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RICHARD HARRISON DENNY, Esquire, J. P. co.
Norfolk. Bo'-fi 1859, being the eldest son of the late Rev.
R. C. Denny, M..-\. , J. P., of Bergh Apton, co. Norfolk,
by his wife Jane Deker, dau. of the Rev. H. Harrison.
Armorial bearings (H. Coll., 1827)— Gules, a saltire be-
tween six crosses pat6e, three in chief, two and one, and
three in base, one and two, argent, and two spurs in fesse
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect
proper, the hand grasping three ears of wheat or, sur-
mounting two cross crosslets in saltire gules. Motto —
" Vincit omnia Veritas." Married, April 24, 1889, Isabel
Mary Beatrice, dau. of J. H. B. Christie. Estate — Bergh
.\pton. Postal address — Flordon, near Norwich.



DENNY. Gules, a saltire between nine crosses pat^e,
three in chief and a like number on each flank argent, and
in base a lion passant guardant or. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest— Out of a mural coronet proper, a cubit
arm vested azure, cuffed argent, the hand also proper,
holding five wheat-ears or. MottO — " Et mea messis erit."
Sons of Thomas Anthony Denny, Esq. , F. R.G.S. , of
7 Connaught Place, \V. , a member of H.M. Com-
mission of Lieutenancy for the City of London, b.
1818 ; d. 1909 ; m. 3 times : —
Anthony Noel Denny, Gentleman, b. 1869; m. 1893,
Muriel, eld. d. of i6th Viscount Hereford. Res. — I, a
Cheripa, Orotava, Teneriffe.



Maj. Ernest Wriothesley Denny, D.S.O. , late 13th and
19th Hussars, served S. .-Vfrica 1899-1902, and Great War
1914 19, J. P. Norfolk, b. 1872; m. 1906, Lois Marjorie,
d. of the iate Lt.-Col. the Hon. Edward Legge, and has
issue — (i) Gerard Waiter Anthony Denny. Gentleman,
h 1908; (2) Wriothesley Legge Montague Denny, Gentle-
man, b. 1912 ; (3) John David Michael Denny, Gentleman,
b. 1917 ; (4I Noel Nigel Molesworlh Denny, Gentleman,
i^. 1920 ; and2daus. /,*«. —Garboldisham Manor, Norfolk.



DENNY, formerly of Moorstownand Drumlone ( U.O.).
Gules, a saltire argent, between twelve crosses pat^e or.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest -On a wreath of the




ET MEA MESSIS ERIT



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colours, a cubit arm, vested azure, turned up argent, holding
five wheat-ears or. Motto — " Et mea messis erit."

Eld. son of Anthony Denny of Moorstown, and of 71st
Regt., b. 1823; d. 1857; m. 1852, Sarah Jane, eld.
d. of Rev. G. P. Lockwood, M.A. , Rector of South
Hackney : — W!"

The late Rev. Edward Denny, Canon and Preb. of Salis-
bury Cathedral, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of CodfordSt. Peter,
formerly Vicar of Kempley, Glos., and of St. Peter's, Vaux-
hall.iJ. 1853 ; d. 1928 ; m. 1875, Alma Mary, eld. d. of Charles
fohn Chesshyre of Bennington, Cheltenham ; and had
issue — (i) Edward Maynard Coningsby Denny, Esq., M.C.,
Capt. Res. of Officers, D. C.L. I., served Great War 1914-19,
M.C. and Bar, B.A. (Oxon.), Barrister-at-Law, Gray's Inn,
contested Central Wandsworth as Parliamentary candidate,
1923 ; and East Ham 1924, b. iSS^i^ddress — 3 Brick Court,
Temple, E.C.); (2) Barry Maynard Rynd Denny, Gen-
tleman, Lieut. K..O. Liverpool Regt., b. 1885 ; d. of
wounds 1914; (3) John Maynard Denny, Gentleman, b.
1886 ; served Great War in E. Africa [m. Eileen, d. of F. W.
Powrie, and has issue — Michael Barry Maynard Denny,
Gentleman, 3. {Add/ ess— c/o Standard Bank of S.

Africa, Capetown)] ; (4) Mowbray Charles .Maynard Denny,
Esq., Capt. nth King's Liverpool Regt., served Great War
1914-ig, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1891 ; (5) Michael Maynard
Denny, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N., served Great Wiir,
b. 1895; Alma -Margaret Mary (served Great War, R.R.C.) ;
Muriel Mary, M..^^. (Lond.) ; Clare Innocentia Mary [m-
1920, Richard Auchmuty Shackleton, M.D.] ; Joan Cham-
pernowne Marv [m. Lieut. T. Cameron, London Scottish
Regt. (killed iii action 1918), and has issue]; Katherine



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MonicaMary[»j. Capt. Roderick Marshall, R.A. S.C.J; and

Doris Mary Georgina. Hes. — The Rectory, Codford St.

Peter, Wilts.

Only son of Anthony Denny, b. 1854 ; d. 1893 (second
son of Anthony Denny and Sarah Jane Lockwood),
7n. 1882, Clara, d. of Charles Richardson of Springfield,
CO. Down : —
Anthony Denny, Esq., Capt. R.G.A., served Great War,

h. 1883. Res. — Sungei Pulak Estate, Sepang, Selangor,

F.M.S.



DENT, see HEDLEY-DENT and PRICE-DENT.



DENT (H. Coll., 1834). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, on
a bend between two cottises engrailed sable, three lozenges
ermine (Dent); 2 and 3, azure, three cranes argent, on a
chief, or, two roses gules (Trickett). Mantling sable and
argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, a demi-
heraldic tiger, sable, collared genielle argent, resting the
sinister paw on a lozenge ermine (Dent); 2. on a wreath
of the colours, on a mount, a crane, holding in the beak a



Rhoda Caroline Susan, youngest d. of late Michael
Williams. Res. — Southwood, Tiverton, S. Devon.
Edward Joseph Dent, Gentleman, b. 1875. Re's. —
Sons of Rev. Joseph Jonathan Dent, M.A. , Clerk in
Holy Orders, Vicar of Hunsingore, Wetherby, b. 1829 ;
d. 1907 ; m. i860, Laura, youngest dau. of James W.
Freshfield of The Wilderness, Reigate : —
Ernest Freshiield Dent, Gentleman, b. 1864; ;;/. 1897,
Anita Guthie, d. of S. Williamson ; and has issue — 2 sons ;
2 daus. i?«.— 44 Onslow Square, S.W.

Cecil Winter Dent, Gentleman, b. 1869. Res. —

Son of William Dent Dent, Esq., J. P. co. Lanes.,
M.A., M.Inst.C.E.,-5. 1832; d. 1923; ni. (firstly), 1862,
Mary Perry, third d. of Capt. Hill, 26th Regt. ; —

Dent, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Sons of Henry Francis Dent, Esq., J. P. for North and
East Ridings of Yorkshire, Lt.-Col. 3rd K.O. Hus. and
7th Dragoon Guards, Master of the Bedale Hounds,
b. 1839; d. 1916; 7?i. 1870, Isabella (d. 1908), only
child of Rev. John Tomkyns, formerly Capt. ist Life
Guards, by his wife Isabella, d. of Richard Frederick
Coore : —
Bertie Coore Dent, Esq., C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. , Brig.-
Gen. Leicester Regt., b. 1872 ; m. 1909, Violet, eldest d.
of G. A. Duff of Folkestone ; and has surv. issue — George
William Dent, Gentleman, b. 1913. Res. — The Vinery,
Bury St. Edmund's.
Edmund Lechmere Dent, Gentleman, 1^. 1887. Res.—




DENT(H. Coll., 1908). Argent, on a bend sable, between
two crossbows proper, three lozenges ermine. Mantling



rose slipped, and resting the de.xter foot on a serpent nowed
all proper (Trickett). Motto — " Patientia et perseverantia."
Livery — Claret, with red piping.

n;:. Sons of John Dent Dent of Ribstone Hall, co. Yorks. ,
and Winterton, co. Lincoln, J. P. and D. L. for W. R.
Yorks., M.P. for Knaresborough 1852-7 and for Scar-
borough 1857-74, b. 1826; d. 1894; w. 1855, Mary
Hebden, d. of John Woodall of St. Nicholas House,
Scarborough : —
Major John William Dent, J. P. W. R. co. of York,
Major 4th Dragoon Guards (retired), b. 1857. Seat —
Ribston Hall, Wetherby.

Francis Dent, Gentleman, Bar.-at-Law, b. i860 [im-
paling the arms of Buxton, namely, argent, a lion rampant,
tail elevated and turned over the head sable, between two
mullets of the last], b. i860; m. 1888, Geraldine, eld. dau.
of Edward North Buxton, Esq. ; and has issue — (1) Geoffrey
Dent, Gentleman, b. 1891 ; (2) Arthur Cyril Dent, Gentle-
man, b. 1893 ; and Mary Constance. Postal address —
Hatfield, Loughton S.O. , Essex.

Charles Henry Dent, Gentleman, b. 1865; m. 1910,




sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a heraldic tiger's head erased ermine collared sable,
thereon three lozenges as in the arms. Motto — " Acta non
verba."

Son of Thomas Dent of Hyde Park Gardens : —
The late Sir Alfred Dent, K.C.M.G. (1888), J.P. Sussex
(High Sheriff 1908), founder of the British North Borneo
Company, b. 1844 ; ?n. 1896, Margaret, d. of Charles Airdof
The Glen, Eastbourne, and d. 1927. Res. — 10 Cambridge
Gate, Regent's Park, N.W.i.



DE PASS (H. Coll., 1920). Azure, bezant^e, a lion
rampant or, on a chief embattled of the last, three doves
of the field. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant gules, charged



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on the shoulder with a castle or, and holding in the mouth




an olive branch slipped proper. Motto — " Pro pace sed
pro patria."

Only surv. son of A. D. de Pass, Gentleman, of

Lancaster Gate Terrace, W., and Bembridge,

I.O.W.. b. 1823; d. 1897; m. 1846:—

Eliot Arthur de Pass, Gentleman, b. 1851 ; m. 1883,

Beatrice de Mercado ; and has had issue — Harold de

Pass, Gentleman, b. 1885 ; Frank de Pass, V.C., Lieut.

Indian Cavalry, b. 1887 ; killed in action 1914 ; Eliot

Archibald de Pass, Gentleman, b. 1892 ; John Alan

de Pass, Gentleman, b. 1899 ; Marjorie [m. 1926, Capt.

H. K. Kitson]. C/m&— Royal Thames Yacht.

DERAMORE, Baron, see DEYERBURGH-BATESON

DE RAMSEY, Baron, see FELLOWES.

DERBY, Earl of, see STANLEY.

DE REUTER (Granted in Duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
1871, Roy. Lie, H. Coll., 1891). Azure, a terrestrial globe
between four flashes of lightning, one issuant from each
corner all proper. Crest — A horse at full gallop, on his
back a knight in complete armour argent, grasping in his
dexter hand a lance in the act of charging, and in his
sinister a flash of lii^htning. Motto — "Per mare per
terras." Supporters— On either side a lion rampant
proper.

Sons of Baron George Julius de Renter, M.A. , LL. B. ,

F. R.G.S. , Commander of Royal Order of the Saviour,

i. 1863; (/. 1909; ?n. 1891, Maud, d. of John Potter

of Philadelphia, U.S.A. : —

Oliver George Paul Louis Gordon, 4th Baron de Renter

(SaxeCoburg-Gotha 7 Sept. 1871, Roy. Lie. to use title in

England 7 Nov. 1891), d. 1894. Postal add. — 37 Avenue

d'S^na, Paris.

Baron Ronald Carl George De Renter, Lieut. Res. of
Officers, Gren. Gds., i. 1899.

DERING of Surrenden-Dering. Quarterly, 1 and 4,
argent, a fesse aziure, in chief three torteaux ; 2 and
3, or, a saltire sable. Mantling azure and argent. Crest
^On a ducal coronet or, a horse passant sable. Motto—
" Semni ne semni."



Sons of Sir Henry Nevill Dering, 9th Bart., K.C.M.G.,
C.B., J. P., b. 1839; d. 1906; m. 1863, Rosa Ann
(d. 1922), d. of Joseph Underwood : —
Sir Henry Edward Dering, loth Bart, (i Feb. 1626)
[Supporters — On either side a horse sable, maned or].
Maj. (ret.) Scots Gds., J. P., D.L. Kent, b. 1866 ; m. 1890,
May Astel Rosina, d. of William Jameson, of Montrose,
CO. Dublin ; and has issue — Anthony Miles Cholmeley
Dering, Esq., Lieut. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders,
b. 1901 ; Ivy Maud [w. ist, 1913, Capt. Rupert Murray,
Seaforth Highlanders ; he d. 1915, and she m. 2nd, 1918,
Capt. Hector Greenfield, Argyll and Sutherland High-
landers, and has issue]; Mvrtle [m. 1917, Capt. Douglas
Speed, K.R.R.C, R.A.F., son of Maj. Elmer Speed, of
Knowlton Court, Kent, and has issue] ; and Clare. Seat
— Surrenden-Dering, Plucldey, Ashford, Kent. Club^ —
Travellers'.

Sir Herbert Guy Nevill Dering, K.C.M.G., K.C.I.E.,
M.V.O., Envoy Extraor., Min. Plen. and Consul. -Gen.
at Bucharest 1920-26, b. 1867; m. 1920, Edith, widow
of J. R. Middleton Smith. C/m6s— Travellers', St.
James's.

Arthur Cholmeley Odo Fitzhardinge Dering, Esq.,
b. 1S77. Res. —

DERRY of Houndiscombe, Plymouth (H. Loll.).
Azure, six lioncels argent, three, two, and one, on a chief
indented of the last two mullets of the field. Mantling




azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
lion rampant argent, grasping in the dexter paw a sword
erect proper, between two human hearts gules. Motto —
" Dulce pro patria mori." Livery — Claret, silver buttons,
scarlet waistcoat, blue overcoat.

Sons of William Derry of Houndiscombe, Plymouth

(s. of late David Derry of Mount Priory, Plympton,

Devon, and of The Hank, Plymouth), b. 1817; d. 1903;

m. 1872, Honoria Louisa, d. tf late William Morris of

Walthamstow : —

Lieut.-Col. Arthur Derry, D.S.O. , O.B.E., 41st (Welch)

Regt. (ret.), 1*. 1874; m. 1902, Collette Caroline, d. of Rev.

W. Oxland, R.N., Vicar of .A.lston, Cumberland; and has

issue — Naomi Joan. Club — United Service.



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Capt. William Deny, R.A. (ret.), b. 1876 ; iii. 1909,
Georgina Catherine, d. of the late Henry Whitiington ot
Abingdon, Berks. ; and has issue — Violet Sylvestre. Res. —
29 Kingsley Road, Plymouth. Clubs — New, and Royal
Western Yacht Club, Plymouth.

Capt. Reginald Morris Derry, Monmouth Regt. (ret.),
1^. 1885 ; m. 1909, Elsie, d. of J. W. Stephens of Clarham,
Plymouth ; and has issue — Wilfrid Reginald Derry, Gentle-
man, b. 1911 ; and Dorothy Honoria. Res. — Teddington,
Plymouth, S. Devon.

DERWENT, Baron, see JOHNSTONE.

DESART, Earl of, see CUFFE.

DE SALIS, see FANE DE SALIS.

DE SAUMAREZ, Baron, see SAUMAREZ.

DESBOROUGH, Baron, see GRENFELL.

DESPARD (U.O.). Argent, three bars gules, on a
canton azure, a dexter hand couped at the wrist, hold-
ing a dagger erect all proper. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm
erect vested gules cuffed argent, the hand holding up
a dagger, dropping blood all proper. Motto — " Pugno
pugnas pugnavi."

Son of : —

Ivor William Garrett Horder Despard, Gentleman,
who obtained a Royal Licence to use the surname of
Despard and bear the Arms of Despard only in com-
pliance with the will of William Frederick Despard,
Esq., Lieut. -Col. (ret.) 3rd Vol. Batt. W. Kent Regt.,
of Lacca Manor, Queen's Co., &. . Res. —

DE STACPOOLE (Regd. U.O.). Argent, a lion ram-
pant gules, collared or, holding in the forepaws a sword
proper, a canton ermine, thereon a fleur-de-lys gold.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a pelican in her piety proper, collared or, and
pendent therefrom an escutcheon argent, charged with a
lion rampant gules. Mottoes — Over crest, " I die for
those I love" ; under arms, " Pro Deo et rege pro patria
et lege."

Son of George, 3rd Duke de Stacpoole, a Prelate of
the Church of Rome, Knight of the Order of Christ,
and Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Holy
Sepulchre, b. 1829; d. 1896; m. 1859, Maria, d. of
I'homas Dunn of Bath House, Noithuinberland : —
George de Stacpoole, 4th Duke (1830) and Marquess
(1828) de Stacpoole in the Papal States, Count and Viscount
(1818) de Stacpoole in the Kingdom of France, J. P. co.
Galway, late Lieut. 3rd Batt. Yorks. Regt., b. i860; m.
1883, Pauline, only child and heir of late Edward Francis
MacEvoy, M.P., of Tobertynan, co. Meath, by Eliza, only
child and heir of Andrew Browne ot Mount Hazel, co.
Galway (half-brother of 8th Viscount Strangford) ; and has
had issue — (i) George Edward Joseph Patrick, Capt. late
Connaught Rangers, b. 1886 [w. 1915, Eileen, d. of James
Palmer, of Glenlo Abbey, Galway, and has issue— George,
b. 1917 ; Derek, b. 1919 ; Peter Andrew Joseph, b. 1924;
Iris ; and Clare (twins)] ; (2) Edward Hubert Michael, Maj.
Royal Scots, M.C. , b. 1888 [w. 1922, Millicent Lavender,
only child of Edward Francis of Netley Firs, Hants., and
has issue— Robert, b. 1924]; (3) Francis Gustave, late Irish
Guards, b. 1890 [wi. 1924, Marion, second dau. of T.Watson,
of Palmerston North, New Zealand, and has issue— Sophia
Mary Pauline ; and Bridget Margaret ; and Anne Maureen] ;
(4) Robert Andrew, late Connaught Rangers, b. 1892 ; killed
in action 1914 ; (5) Roderick Algernon, R.F.A., b. 1895;
killed inaction 1915 ; and Gertrude Mary Pauline [w. 1907
Col. Harry M'Micking, C.B., D.S.O., The Royal Scots,
and has issue]. Seats— Monnl Hazel, Woodlawn, co. Gal-
way ; Tobertynan, co. Meath. Clubs— 'Ai. James's, County
(Galway).

DES VtEUX (Confd. U.O., 3 Aug. 1811). Gules, on
a pale or, a squirrel sejant in chief and a Moor's head
couped in base proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a squirrel sejant proper. Motto
— " Altiora in votis."

Son of Sir Charles Champagne Des Voeux, 6th Bart.,
b. 1827; d. 1914; M. 1853, Katherina (d. 1895), d. of
T. W. Richardson of Clifton, Gloucs. : —
Sir Frederick Henry Arthur Des Vceu.x, 7th Bart, (i Sept.



1787), Maj. late 6th D. Gds. , b. 1857 ; m. 1899, Hylda
Henrietta, d. of Sir Victor Alexander Brooke of Colebrooke,
and has issue —Pamela Mary. Res. — 50 Gillingham Street,
S.W.I. Clubs — Arthur's, Boodle's, Naval and Military.

Sons of Alfred Anthony Des Voeux, Esq., Maj. -Gen.

Bombay Staff Corps, b. 1830; d. 1904; m. 1863,

Isabella, d. of J. W. Muspratt : —
Edward Alfred Des Voeux, Gentleman, b. 1864. Res. —
Henry Bertram Des Voeux, Esq., C.M.G. , Lt.-Col. late
R.^.,b. 1868; tn. 1904, Alice, d. of the late Robert Shaw ot
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; and has issue — Alice Ivy.

Son of Sir (George) William Des Voeux, G.C.M.G. ,

b. 1834; d. 1911 ; m. 1875, Marion Denison, d. of Sir

John>ender, G.C.M.G., M.P., of Middleton Hall, co.

Linlithgow : —
Henry John Des Voeux, Esq., O. B.E., Lt.-Col. (late Lieut.
Gren. Gds.), b. 1876; m. 1911, Dorothy Gladys, d. of late
T. M. 1 urner-Farley of Wartnaby Hall, Melton Mowbray ;
and has issue — William Richard de Bacquencourt Des
Voeux, ^. 1911. Res. — Newtown Grange, Newbury. Clubs
—Guards', Windham, R.Y.S.

DE TEISSIER (Regd. H. Coll.). Or, on a mount vert,
a wild boar proper, a chief gules, thereon a crescent be-
tween two esioiles argent. Supporters — Two greyhounds
regardant proper. Mottoes—" Nemo me impunelacessit" ;
" Sit ordo in omnibus."

Son of Henry Price, 4th Baron de Teissier, General

Col. Commandant R.A., b. 1820; d. 1895; m. 1854,

Mary Shirley, d. of Henry Miller : —

Henry de Teissier, 5th Baron de Teissier (France, 18 19 ;

R.L., 16 Sept. 1905, H. Coll.), formerly Capt. 8th

Hussars, b. 1862; m. 1887, Agneta Mary, d. of F. L.

Ballantine Dykes of Dovenby Hall, Cumberland ; and

has issue — Geoffrey Fitzherbert, late Capt. Scots Gds. , ^.

1888. Res.— . Club— Arthur's.

HENRI ASHEION DE TONGE, Baron, Cheva-
lier de I'ordre de Charles III. of Spain, a naturalised
French subject. Born March 20, 1847. Armorial bearings
— Azure, on a bend invected, plain cottised between six
martlets or, a lion passant between two grappling-irons,
tlukes upwards, of the field. Upon the escutcheon is
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling azure,
doubled or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
in front of a dexter arm in armour embowed, the hand
grasping a grappling-iron in bend sinister sable, a lion
sejant of the last, pierced in the shoulder by an arrow
proper; with the Motto, "Tenebo." Livery — Blue and
gold. Married, February 25, 1883, M^laine Puchot
d'Ennery; and has Issue — (i) Henri Roger Achille
Asheton de Tonge, born May 12, 1886 ; (2) Georges Ren6
Patrice Asheton de Tonge, born September 4, 1887 ; (3)
Richard Denis Asheton de Tonge, born January 26,
1894; (4) Charles Ludovic Asheton de Tonge, born,
January 26, 1894 ; Marie Jeanne Emilienne ; and Edith
M^lanie. Estate aiid postal address — Chateau du Ragotin,
Avranches, Manche.

CHARLES EDMUND DE TRAFFORD, Esquire,
J. P. and D. L., Lord of the Manor of Hothorpe,
Knight of Honour of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem (Knight of Malta). Born May 4, 1864,

being the second son of Sir Humphrey de Trafford,
Bart., by his wife Lady Annette Talbot, sister and
coheir of Rt. Hon. Bertram, 17th Earl of Shrewsbury,
and dau. of Col. Talbot. Armorial bearings— Argent, a
griffin segreant gules (with quarterings as Sir Humphrey
Francis de Trafford, Bart., to whom refer), and impaling
the arms of Feilding, namely argent, on a fesse azure,
three fusils or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
Upon a wreath of the colours, a thresher proper, his
hat and coat per pale argent and gules, his breeches and
stockings of the third and second, holding in both hands
a flail or, uplifted over a garb on the dexter side ; and
over the crest upon an escroll the Motto, "Now thus,"
and below the arms the Motto, "Gripe Griffin" ("hold
fast"). Livery (for dress) — White, with red facings,
gold buttons ; (undress), light blue and silver buttons.
Married, Oct. 15, 1892, Lady Agnes Mary Pia Feilding,
dau. of Rt, Hon. the 8th Earl of Denbigh ; and has Issue
— (i) Hubert Edmund Francis de Trafford, Esq., late Capt.
ist Dragoons, b. 1893 [w;. 1927, Cecilia, d. of Baron
Strickland. G.C.M.G. [q.v.^; Clare Mary Annette; and
Hilda Bertha Mary Clare. 5f<7^— Hothorpe, Rugby. Chibs
—Bachelors", Bath, M.C.C



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Sir HUMPHREY FRANCIS DE TRAFFORD, 3rd
Baronet (7 Sept. 1841), of Traftbrd Park, co. Lancaster,
Lt.-Col. late Lancashire Hussar Yeo. Cavalry. Born 1862,
being the eldest son of Sir Humphrey de Trafford, and
Baronet, by his wife Mary Annette, commonly known as
Lady Mary Annette, eldest sister and co-heir of the Right
Honourable Bertram Arthur Talbot, seventeenth Earl
of Shrewsbury ; succeeded his father in 1886. Armo-
rial bearings — He bears for Arms: Quarterly of twenty.
I. argent, a grittin segreant gules (for TraHord) ; 2.
argent, two bears, and in chief two mullets pierced azure
(for Venables) ; 3. argent, on a bend azure, three garbs
proper (for Tritten) ; 4. quarterly gules and or, in the first
quarter a lion passant argent (for Massey) ; 5. paly of six
argent and gules, a chief vaire (for Whitney) ; 6. argent, on
a bend gules, three escarbuncles sable (for Thornton) ; 7.
vert, a cross engrailed ermine (for Kingsley) ; 8. or, a saltire
sable (for Hellesby) ; 9. azure, a chevron argent, between
three garbs proper (for Hatton) ; 10. bendy barry gules and
argent (for Crispen) ; 11. argent, a chevron gules, between
three chaplets (for Ashton) ; 12. argent, three bars sable
(for Legh) ; 13. gules, two lions passant guardant in pale
argent (for De la Mere) ; 14. argent, on a chevron quarterly
gules and sable, between three birds of the second as many
bezants (for Kitchen) ; 15. argent, three garbs proper,
banded or (for Aughton) ; 16. argent, a fesse sable, in chief
three torteau.x (for Mason) ; 17. argent on a child proper,
wrapped in swaddling clothes gules, and banded or, an
eagle sable (for Culcheth) ; 18. argent, a griffin segreant
azure (for Culcheth) ; 19. argent, a griffin segreant sable
ducally crowned or (for Risseley) ; 20. azure, a hind trippant
argent (for Hindley), and impaling the arms of Franklin,
namely sable on a bend invected between two martlets or,
a dolphin hauriant proper between a lion's head and a
leopards head erased gules. Upon the escutcheon, which
is charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet, is placed
a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules and
argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a
thresher proper, his hat and coat per pale argent and gules,
his breeches and stockings of the third and second, holding
in both hands a flail or, uplifted over a garb on the dexter
side, and over the crest upon an escroll the Motto, " Now
thus;" and below the arms the Motto, "Gripe griffin"
("hold fast"). Married, August 9, 1886, Violet Alice
Maude, elder daughter of the late James Franklin, formerly
Lieutenant 77th Regiment; and has Issue — (i) Humphrey
Edmund De Trafford, Esq., M.C., Capt. late Coldstream
Gds., served Great War, b. Nov. 30, 1891 [w. 1917, Cynthia
Hilda, d. and coh. of the late Viscount Chelsea, and has
issue — Ann; Violet; and Mary. {Seat — Newsells Park,
Barkway, Herts.)]; (2) Rudolph Edgar Francis de
Trafford, Esq., O. B.E. , Capt. late R.E., served Great
War (despatches), b. Aug. 23, 1894 [;«. 1924, June, d. of
Lt.-Col. Reginald Chaplin, and has issue — Dermot
Humphrey De Trafford. Gentleman, b. 1925] ; (3) Raymond
Vincent de Trafford, Esq., late Lieut. Coldstream Gds.,
b. 1899 ; and Violet Mary [m. ist, 1919, Hon. Rupert
Oswald Derek Keppel (marriage annulled 1921) ; 2nd,
1922, Major Keith Graham Menzies, M.C. , Welsh Gds.].
Res. — 10 Grassington Road, Eastbourne. Town res. —
39 Portland Place, W.

DE TRAFFORD. Quarterly of twenty ; i. argent,
a griffin segreant gules (for Trafford) ; 2. argent, two
bears, and in chief two mullets pierced azure (for Ven-
ables) ; 3. argent, on a bend azure, three garbs proper
(for Tritten) ; 4. quarterly gules and or, in the first
quarter a lion passant argent (for Massey) ; 5. paly of
six argent and gules, a chief vaire (for Whitney) ; 6.
argent, on a bend gules, three escarbuncles sable (for
Thornton) ; 7. vert, a cross engrailed ermine (for King-
ley) ; 8. or, a saltire sable (for Hellesby) ; 9. azure, a
chevron argent, between three garbs proper (for Hatton) ;
ID. bendy barry gules and argent (for Crispen) ; 11.
argent, a chevron gules, between three chaplets (for
Ashton) ; 12. argent, three bars sable (for Legh) ;
13. gules, two lions passant guardant in pale argent (for