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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) ; i6. argent, a fesse sable, in
chief three torteaux (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). 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. Mottoes — i." Now thus": 2. " Gripe
griffin, hold fast."

Only surv. son of Galfrid Aloysius Cathcart de

Trafford, Lieut. 2nd Batt. Roy. Fus., h. 1856 ; d.

1924 ; m. 1887, Cecile Elizabeth Margaret {Res. —

Queensberry House, Richmond), only child of

Comte Hubert de Stacpoole : —

Cecil Noel de Trafford, Gentleman, h. 1888 ; m. 191 7,.

Mona, d. of William Major. Address — Queensberry

House, Richmond, Surrey.

1855, being the second son of tlie late Gladwin Tuibutt,.
Esquire, of Ogston , in the county of Derby, Justice of the Peace
and Deputy-Lieutenant for that county, by his wife Ellen,,
youngest daughter of Baldwin Duppa of Hollingbourne
House, and Malmaynes Hall, both in the county of Kent,
and assumed by Royal Licence in the year 1888 the sur-
name of de Upiiaugh in lieu of his patronymic, and the
arms of Duppa quarterly with his own. Armorial bearings
— He bears for Arms : Quarterly, i and 4, gules, a lions
paw couped in fesse between two chains or, a chief nebuly
of the last, thereon two roses of the first, barbed and
seeded proper (for Duppa); 2 and 3, party per fesse azure
and sable a trident fessewise or, between three turhots.
argent (for Turbutt) ; and for his Crests, i. on a wreath,
of the colours, in front of a dexter arm embowed in
armour, the hand in a gauntlet proper, grasping a lion's
paw in bend sinister couped, a rose between two
annulets gules (for Duppa) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,,
a cubit arm erect proper, charged with an anchor sable,
encircled by an annulet, and holding in the hand in
bend sinister a trident, both or (for Turbutt). Married'
July 7, 1890, Ethel, daughter of Major Ernest Bengough
and has Issue — (i) Richard George Duppa de Uphaugh
Gentleman, b. March 1895 ; (2) Baldwin Francis Edward
de Uphaugh, b. Jan. 1897. Estate — Hollingbourne House,.
Kent. Post. add. — Hollingbourne, Maidstone. Club —
Junior Carlton.

DEVAS (H. Coll.). Argent, on a chevron between,
three boars sable, maned and unguled or, langued gules, a
bee between two bulls' heads caboshed of the field.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a lion rampant sable collared or langued gules,
holding between the fore-paws a shield argent, charged
with a spear-head in pale sable. Motto — " Virtute et

Son of Horace George Devas, (jentleman, of Ightham.

War.'-en, b. 1852: d. 1927; >n. 1886, Edith Caroline

{d. 1924), second d. of Lt.-Col. the Hon. H. W.

Campbell : —
Geoffrey Charles Devas, Gentleman, b. 1887; ni. 1916,
Joan, d. of Campbell Bannerman, of Hunron Court, nr.
Maidstone. Seat — Ightham Warren, nr. Sevenoaks, Kent.

DEVAS (H. Coll.). — .Argent, on a chevron between three
boars passant sable, crined, tusked, and hoofed or, a bee
volant proper between two bull's heads caboshed of the
field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — ^On a wreath
of the colours, a mount vert, thereon a lion rampant sable,,
collared or, holding between the paws an escutcheon argent,
charged with a spear-head erect of the second. Motto —
" Virtute et opera."

SonsofThtmas Devas, Gentleman, (5. 1813; d. ;

in. ist, 1841, Harriet Elizabeth, d. of Rev. Williami

Charlton : —
Thomas Ernest Devas, Gentleman, b. 1847; m. 1872,,
Gertrude, d. of the Rev. Thomas Gronow.

Hubert Edwin Devas, Gentleman, b. 1853; m. 1890,
Edith Gertrude Barker. Res. —

DEVENISH (U.O.). Per fesse wavy argent and sable,,
three sheldrakes counterchanged collared or. Mant-
ling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a sheldrake rising argent, with wings expanded
sable collared or. Motto — " Spero et captivus nitor."
Son of George Devenish, Gentleman, h. 1822 ; d.
1893 ; w. , , d. of Major Jones : —

Robert Jones Devenish, Gentleman, h.




Son of John Devenish, Esq., J. P., of Rush Hill,

and Jamestown, co. Leitrim, b. 1833 ; d. 1905 ;

m. 1854, Elizabeth Frances, d. of Thomas Jones, of

Drumard : —
Robert Devenish, Gentleman, b. 1859 ; m. 1882, Kate,
d. of Thomas Russell, of Tully House, co. Roscommon ;
and has issue — (i) John Devenish, Gentleman, b. 1883;
{2) Robert Devenish, Gentleman, b. 1885 ; (3) Thomas
Samuel Devenish, Gentleman, b. 1891 ; and Elizabeth
Frances. Res. —

Limerick, Attorney-General for Seychelles Islands 1906-8,
Joint Court Judge New Hebrides since 1924. Born July 23,
1872, being the only son of Aubrey Stephen de Vere
O'Brien, Esq., Major late 60th Rifles [who was the eldest
son of the Hon. Robert O'Brien (brother of the Rt. Hon.
Lucius O'Brien, 13th Lord Inchiquin), by his wife Eleanor
Catherine Jane Alicia Lucy, dau. of Sir Aubrey de Vere,
Bart.], by his wife Harriett Lucy, only dau. of Major-
Gen. George Wynne, R.E. ; by Royal Licence, dated April
9, 1899, he assumed the name of de Vere in lieu of O'Brien,
and the arms of de Vere as his principal arms, quarterly with
the arms of O'Brien. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, i
and 4, quarterly gules and or, in the dexter chief quarter a
mullet argent (for de Vere) ; 2 and 3, quarterly i. and iiii. ,
gules, three lions passant guardant in pale per pale or and
argent ; ii. argent, three piles issuing from the chief and
meeting in point gules ; iii. or, a pheon azure (for O'Brien).
Mantlmg gules and or. Crest — On a cap of dignity gules,
doubled ermine, a boar passant azure, armed, bristled, and
unguled or. MottO — " Vero nihil verius." Married, igo6,
Isabella Catherine, d. of Rt. Rev. Handley Carr Glynne
Moule, Bishop of Durham. Seat— Cnxragh Chase, co.
Limerick. Club — Wellington.

DEVEREUX. Quarterly, 1. argent, a fesse gules, in
chief three torteaux (Devereux, c. 14th cent.); 2. vair6
or and gules (Ferrers of Chartley, temp. Henry III.) ; 3.
argent, a cross engrailed gules, between four water-bougets
sable (Bourchier, 14th cent.) ; 4. quarterly, i. and iiii., azure.



three fleurs-de-lys or (France); ii and iii., gules, three
lions passant guardant in pale or (England), within a
bordure argent (Thomas of Woodstock, son of King
Edward III. ) ; 5. azure, a bend argent cottised and between
six lioncels or (De Bohun, Earls of Hereford). Mantling
gules and argent. Crest— Out of a ducal coronet or, a
talbot's head argent, eared gules. Mottoes — "Basis
virtutum constantia " ; " Virtutis comes invidia." Livery
— (Full dress), white, with red facings ; (undress), claret, red
and white striped waistcoat, black trousers, silver buttons.
Son of Robert, 15th Viscount Hereford, in Holy

Orders, Canon of Durham, b. 1809 ; d. 1855 ; m.
1841, Emma Jemima [d. 1870), d. of George Ravens-
croft : —
The Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Devereux, 16th Viscount
Hereford (2 Feb. 1550) and Premier Viscount of England,
13th Baronet (Eng., 25 Nov. 1611), J. P. and D.L co.
Brecon, J. P. cos. Hereford and Radnor [Supporters —
Dexter, a talbot argent, eared gules, ducally gorged of the
last ; sinister, a reindeer proper, attired, gorged with a ducal
coronet and lined or] ; b. 1843 ; m. 1863, Hon. Mary Anna
(d. 1924), d. of ist Lord Tredegar; and has surv. issue —
Hon. Robert Charles Devereux, J. P. and D.L. and (1907-27)
Chrmn. Qr. Sessions co. Brecon, J. P. co. Hereford, B.A.
(Oxon.), Capt. ist V.B. S. Wales Borderers 1889-1895,
b. 1865 [tn. 1892, Ethel Mildred Hounsfield, d. of John
Shaw, Esq., J. P., of Welburn Hall, co. Yorks. ; and has
issue — Robert Godfrey de Bohun Devereux, Esq., J. P.
CO. Brecon, Lieut. Res. of Officers, served Great War,
b. 1894 \m. 1923, Audrey Maureen, d. of Countess Sondes
and the late James Meakin, of Westwood Manor, Staffs.];
Blanche Marion ; and Ursula Mary Ethel (Res. —
Hampton Court, Leominster)] ; Hon. Eleanor Mary [m.
1906, Albert Addams- Williams, I.C.S., of Llangibby
CastleJ ; Hon. Lilian ; and Hon. Rosamond Ela. Seats —
Tregoyd, Three Cocks, Breconshire ; Overmead, Ludlow.
Club — Carlton.

Sons of Hon. Henry de Bohun Devereux, b. 1848 ; d.

1909 ; m. 1872, Maude Philippa, d. of Edward Salamon

of Bayswater, Double Bay, Sydney, N.S.W. : —

Humphrey Bourchier Devereux, Esq., b. 1873; m. 1900,

Winifred Christian, d. of George Hosking of Cornwall ;

and has issue — (i) Rodney de Bohun Devereux, Esq., b.

1904; (2) Rupert Montague Devereux, Gentleman, b. 1907;

(3) George Makgill de Bohun Devereux, Gentleman, b.

1909 ; Dorothy Maud Amelia ; and Blanche Bourchier.

Post, add.—

Godfrey Vaughan Devereux, Gentleman, b. 1893 ; m.
1925, Ellen, d. of the late John Black, of The Bay Islands ;
and has issue — Robin Geoffrey Devereux, Gentleman,
t. 1927. Res. — Green Lane, Auckland, New Zealand.

Son of Rear-Adm. Hon. Walter Bourchier Devereux,

R.N., b. 1810; d. 1868; m. 1856, Adelaide Ehnor,

d. of Hugh Robert Hughes of Bache Hall, co. Chester

(br. of ist Lord Dinorben) : —

Walter de Laci Devereux, Esq., b. 1864; m. 1893,

Blanche Isobel, d. of the hue W. H. Johnston ; and has

issue — (i) Humphrey William Devereux, Esq., b. 1894;

killed in action 1916 ; (2) Edmund Bourchier Devereux,

Flight-Lieut. R.N., b. 1895; lost at sea on active service

19^7; (3) Robert de Bohun Devereux, Esq., Capt. R.

Scots., b. 1897 [m. 1925, Enid, d. of Gen. Sir Henry

Watkis, K.C.B. (C/«3— Naval and Military)]. Res.—

Middlewood, Worth, Sussex.

DEVEREUX of Ballyrankin (U.O.). Quarterly, i and
4, ermine, a fesse gules, in chief three torteaux (Devereux) ;
2 and 3, per fesse argent and or, a lion rampant per fesse
sable and gules, in chief two open dexter hands of the
last (Daly). Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a buck trippant proper. Motto —
" Per angusta ad augusta."

Sons of Rev. Nicholas Devereux, D.D., of Ballyrankin
House and Killimur Castle, b. 1799 ; d. 1867 ; m.
1833, Maria, d. of John Harward Jessop of Doory
Hall, CO. Longford : —

Rev. Nicholas Jessop Devereux, M.A. (Trin. Coll.,
Dub.), Vicar of St. Mary's, Hoxton, and Private Chaplain
to the Duke of Portland, b. 1841 ; w. 1887, Florence
Sarah, d. of Ferdinand Greatrex of Uxbridge, Middx.
Seat — Ballyrankin House, Ferus, co. Wexford. Res. —
St. Mary's Vicarage, Provost Street, Hoxton, N.

Hyacinth Daly Devereux, Gentleman, formerly Lieut. 87th
Roy. Irish Fus., b. 1846; /«. 1890, Miss Nichol. Res. —
Texas, U.S.A.

Robert Fetherston Devereux, Esq., Major (ret.) 2nd
W. India Regt., b. 1847; m. 1883, Francis Josephine
Alicia, d. of Rev. Morley Swifte-Denis, M.A. , M.D. , Rector
of Eldermine, co. Wexford ; and has with other issue — John
Nicholas Devereux, Gentleman, b. 1885. Res. —

DE VESCI, Viscount, see VESEY.

DE VILLIERS (H. Coll., 1910). Azure, a bend
enhanced argent, on a mount in base a Paschal lamb
proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Issuant from
a circlet of gold embeUished with nine pearls raised upon




points, a dexter arm in armour embowed grasping in the
hand a se.ix argent. MottO — " La main h. Toeuvre."

Sons of Rt. Men. Sir John Henry de Villiers, ist Baron

de Villiers, P.C., K.C.M.G., LL.D., i. 1842; rf. 1914 ;

m. 1871, Aletta Johanna, d. of J. P. Jordaan of

Worcester, Cape of Good Hope : —
Rt. Hon. Charles Percy de Villiers, 2nd Baron de Villiers
(U.K., 1910) [Supporters — On either side a springbok
proper gorged with a coronet as in the crest], i. 1871 ;
m. 191 1, .\delheid, d. of Mr. Justice Koch of Natal, and has
issue — Hon. Arthur Percy de Villiers, /•. 1911 ; Hon. John
Maurice de Villiers, d. 1915 ; and Yvonne Aletta. lies. —
Rustenburg, Stellenbosch, S. Africa.

Hon. Jean Henri Taillefer de Villiers, d. 1879; m. 1910,
.Minnie, d. of Manuel Uetel of Koelenhof. /^es. — Rust En
Uiede, Simondiuin, S. Africa.

DEVITT of Chelsea (H. Coll., igi6). Per pale gules
and azure, a bascule argent chained or, in chief a
fountain. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — A merman
azure, pointing with the index linger of the dexter hand,
and holding in the sinister a rudder gold. Motto — " De
vita vis."

Eldest son of Arthur Devitt, Esq., who was eldest

son of Sir Thomas Lane Devit^, ist Bart., b.

1867; i. 1921 ; m. 1897, Florence Emmeline, d. of

William Forbes Gordon, of Manar, N.S.W. : —

Sir Thomas Gordon Devitt, 2nd Bart. (U.K., 4 July

1916), of Chelsea, b. 1902 ; s. his grandfather 1923.

Res. — Great Cozens, Ware, Herts. Clubs — United

Universities, New Universities, Hawks (Cambridge).

DEVON, Earl of, see COURTENAY.



DEWAR (L.O. , 13 Dec. 1905). Ermine, a pall azure
charged with the crosier of St. Fillan proper. Mantling
azure, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries,

a Paschal lamb proper. Motto — " AUenarly, God and the


Eld. son of Robert Dewar of Glendochart, co. Perth,
d. 1775 ; d. 1873 ; m. 1830, Mary, d. of John Knox of
Armoy, co. Antrim : —
Donald Malise Isaiah Daniel Dewar, Gentleman, d. 1848.

m. 1872, Ellen Douglas, dTof Thomas Douglas Rutherford

of Cambusnethan, co. Lanark ; and has issue — (i) Robert

St. Filane Dewar, Gentleman, 6. 1872 [m. 1899, Theresa
Beatrice, d. of Robert Battersby of Toronto; and has issue
— Donald Malise Buaih Isaiah Daniel Dewar, Gentleman,
i. 1901 ; Thomas Douglas Rutherford Dewar, Gentleman,
d. 1908 ; James Finlay Gavin John Menzie Grant Dewar,
Gentleman, b. 1912 ; Robert Pharic Somharle Campbell
St. Fillan Dewar, (Jentleman, 6. 1912 ; and Ellen Douglas
Rutherford]; (2) Thomas John Douglas Rutherford Dewar,
Gentleman, i^. 1876; Annie Grant Rutherford; and Helen
Douglas Rutherford.

DEWAR (L.O. , 10 July 1907). Or, on a pale vert, the
crozier of St. Fillan proper, on a chief engrailed gules, a
holy lamb passant regardant, bearing a staff ensigned with
a cross argent, thereon the banner of St. Andrew prope',
between two stalks of barley slipped also proper. Mant-
ling gules, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries,
a cock proper. Motto — " Pro rege, lege et grege."
Supporters— Dexter, the figure of St. Fillan vested, and
holding in his exterior hand his crozier proper ; sinister, an
eagle, wings erected proper.

Second surv. son of John Dewar of Perth, 6. 1806 ;

d. 1880; m. 1845, Jane, d. of John Gow : —
Rt. Hon. Sir John Alexander Dewar, ist Baron Forteviot
(1917), ist Bart. (1907), M.P. for Inverness-shire 1900-16,
twice Lord Provost of Perth, 6. 1856; /«. ist, 1884,
Joan (d. 1899), d. of William Tod of Gospetry, Kinross-
shire ; 2nd, 1905, Margaret Elizabeth, d. of late Henry
Holland; and has issue — (i) Hon. John Dewar, O.B.E.,
M.C., T.D., Lt.-Col. 6/7 Batt. Black Watch, Lord Prove st
of Perth 1922-1925, fi. 1885 [m. 1919, Marjorie Winton.
A.R.R.C, d. of Lt.-Col. Sir Charles H. B. Heaton-Ellis,
C.B.E., of Wyddial Hall, Buntingford] ; (2) Hon. Henry
Evelyn Alexander Dewar, i. 1906 ; Hon. Jane Gow ; Hon.
Margaret Dorothy ; Hon. Janet Bertha ; and Hon. Irene
Margareta. J^es. — Dupplin Castle, Perthshire, dubs —
Brooks's, Royal (Perth).

DEWAR. ( L.O. , 1747) — Or, a ship in the sea proper, sails
furled, streamers flying azure, on a chief ot the last two

boars' heads erased argent, armed gules. Mantling azure
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an anchor
erect sable, cabled gules. Motto— " Dum spiro spero."
Eld. son of Albemarle O'Beirne Willoughby Dewar,
Gentleman, of Doles, Andover, Lord of the Manor 01
Hurstbourne Tarrant, d. 1855 ; d. 1920 ; m. 1882,
Florence Wilhelmina Rose, second dau. of the late Col.




Marriot Matthews, J. P., D.L. Oxon., 89th Regt. and

Col. Oxfordshire Militia: —
Albemarle Willoughby David Dewar, Gentleman, late
Lieut. R.A.S.C., B.A. (Oxon.), Lord of the Manor of
Hurstbourne Tarrant, d. Sept. 18, 1886 ; m. 1914,
Gwendoline Helen, eld. d. of A. Cole, Esq., J. P., of The
Manor, Whitchurch, Hants., and has issue — Michael
Willoughby Dewar, Gentleman, d. 1921. Estate — " Doles "
Estate, Hampshire. Residence — " Doles," near Andover,

DEWAR (2nd matric, L.O. , 1760) — Or, a chief azure.
Dau. of James Cumming Dewa: , Esq., J. P. of Vogrie,
Gorebridge, Midlothian, Capt. late ist Dragoon Guards
and nth Hussars, Knight of the Sovereign Order of
Malta and of the Sacred Military Order of the Holy
Sepulchre, i. 1857; d. 1908; »/. 1884, Catherine
Adeline, fifth dau. of Thomas Purcell of co. Wexford : —

Katharine Vera.

Baron Dewar (20 May, 1919), ist Bart. (June 23, 1917).
Knight Bachelor, J. P. co. of Kent, One cf H.M.'s,
Lieutenants for City of London, Sheriff 1897-98, Managing-
Director of John Dewar and Sons, Ltd., M.P. St. Georges
Div. Tower Hamlets, 1900-06, Past Master of the
Worshipful Company of Gardeners. Born 1864, being
the fifth son of John Dewar of Perth. Armorial
bearings (H. Coll., i897)^Per saltire or and azure,
a seax erect proper, surmounted by a saltire engrailed per
saltire cf the second and first, between two cinquefoils in
fesse also of the first. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On
a wreath of the colours, between two thistles leaved and
slipped proper, a cock gules, armed and spurred argent,
charged on the breast with a cinquefoil or. Supporters —
(H. Coll., 21 April, 1920). On a compartment of grass
semee of thistles proper, dexter, a goat .'able ; sinister, a
greyhound proper, collared gules. Motto^" Gloria patri."
Seat — The Homestall, Ashurst Wood, Sussex. Res.— 26
Savoy Court, W.C. Clubs — Carlion, Junior Carlton.

DEWAR-HARRISON of Shelswell (Roy. Lie, H. Coll.
1912). Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a cross azure, charged
with five pheons or, on a chief of the second two demi-
lions rampant of the third (Harrison) ; 2 and 3, or, a chief
invected azure, a bordure gules (Dewar — Cadet of Vogrie,
matric. L.O. 1744-7, 1760, and 4 Nov. 1911). Mantlings
azure and argent and azure and or. Crests — x. a dexter
cubit arm vested gules, charged with a pale engrailed or,
cuff ermine, in the hand a broken spear in bend sinister
proper pheoned gold (Harrison); 2. on a wreath of his
liveries, a dexter arm vambraced, brandishing a sword
proper, hilted and pommelled or (Dewar). Motto — ' ' Quid
non pro patria."

Eld. surv. son of Arthur William Dewar-Harrison,

Esq., Major Lincolnshire Regt., b. i860; d. 1923;

m. 1899, Grace Elizabeth, d. of Lieut. -Col. Charles

Bullivant Parker : —
John Francis Dewar-Harrison, Gentleman, b. 1900.
Estate — Shelswell. Seat — Willaston, Bicester.

DEWHURST (H. Coll.). Or, gutt6-de-poix, three
saltires couped fessewise gules between as many escallops
of the last. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, in front of a wolf's head erased or, gutt^-de-
poix, three saltires as in the arms gules. Motto — " Spes
mea in Deo."

Sons of John Bonny Dewhurst, Esq., J. P., of Aireville,
Skipton, b. 1819 ; d. 1904; m. 1844, Frances, d. of
Nicholas England of Colne, Lanes. : —
Algernon Dewhurst, Esq., J. P. West Riding, Yorks, b
1851. Seat — Aireville, Skipton, Yorks.

Lionel Dewhurst, Gentleman,.^. 1858; m. 1884, Elinor,
d. of William Tunstill of Reedyford, Nelson-in-Marsden ;
and has issue—Cyril Dewhurst, Gentleman, b. 1889 ; Mary
Frances; and Gladys. Res. — Knowles House, Gargrave.

Harold Dewhurst, Gentleman, b. 1861. Res. — Aireville,

Sons of Thomas Henry Dewhurst, Esq., of Whin
Field.Skipton. Yorks., J.P. West Rdg. Yorks. , *. 1829;
d. 1916 ; m. 1859: —

Dewhurst, Gentleman, (5. . Res. —

Norman Dewhurst, Solicitor, b. . Res. — Park Gate
House, Bishop Auckland.

DEWEY (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, per fesse sable
and or, three cinquefoils within two barriilets, between
three dragons' heads erased counterchanged, in each of
their mouths a sword in bend proper, pommel and hilt
of the second (for Dewey) ; 2 and 3, sable, a griffin
segreant ermine armed or, the wings erminois, a bordure

compony argent and gules (for Ballard). Mantling
sable and or. Crest — A dragon's head erased sable,
holding in the mouth a sword in bend proper, pommel
and hilt or, between two dragons' wings of the last, on
each a bend of the first charged with a cinquefoil of the
third. Motto — " Vir sapiens fortis est."

Son of Sir Thomas Charles Dewey, ist Bart., of

South Hill Wood, Bromley, b. 1840 ; d. 1926 ; m.

1866, Clara, d. of Thomas Daws, of Pyrford Place,

Surrey : —
Rev. Sir Stanley Daws Dewey, 2nd Bart. (20 Feb
1917), Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of
Moreton Hampstead, Devon, 1901-27, b. 1867; m. 1891,
Emily, d. of Rev. Hugh Pryce, Rector of Llanfairyng-
hornwy, Anglesey ; and has issue — Hugh Grahame
Dewey, Esq., M.C., Capt. R.A., b. 1895 [m. 1920,
Marjorie, d. of Lieut. -Col. A. Dobbs ; and has issue —
Anthony Hugh Dewey, Esq., &. 192 1; and Hilary Mary] ;
Norman Strafford Dewey, Esq., M.C., M.A. (Camb.),
Lieut. (R. of O.) R.A., b. 1896 [m. 1925, Ursula
Marguerite, d. of H. D. D. Barman, of Helensburgh, and
has issue — Thomas Norman Dewey, Gentleman, b. 1926
(Res. — Allan Villa, Kennedy Drive, Airdrie)] ; Thomas
Lewis Dewey, Esq., M.A. (Camb.), b. 1900 ; Theodore
Stanley Dewey, Esq., M.A., M.B. (Camb.), b. 1902;
Meredith Ballard Dewey, Esq., b. 1907; Elayne Veronica
[m. 1927, Alexander John Scott Scott-Gattv, son of the
late Sir Alfred Scott-Gatty, K.C.V.O., Garter Principal
King of Arms] ; Rose Myfanwy. Sm<— Peak House,
Sidmouth, Devon. Clubs — Athenaeum, Royal Societies.

Sons of Marshall Dewey, Esq., b. 1874; d. 1919 ; m.

1897, Ethel Julia {d. 1925), d. of Charles Harvey, of

Bromley : —
Kenneth Marshall Dewey, Lieut. Argyll and Sutherland
Highlanders, b. 1900; m- 1925, Mabel, d. ol the late
T. Maddison, of South Bailey, Durham. i?es.— The
Castle, Stirling, N.B.

Sidney Maurice Dewey, Gentleman, b. 1902. Res. —
Toots Wood, Bromley, Kent.

Roy Marshall Dewey, Gentleman, b. 1910.

DE WINTON (H. Coll.). Per pale or and argent,
in chief two spear-heads erect sable, and in base a wyvern
proper, wings elevated, and charged with two annulets pale-
wise of the first. Mantling sable and or. Crest - On a




wreath of the colours, a wyvern's head erased proper, gorged
with a collar embattled counter-embattled or, thereon two
annulets sable, holding in the mouth an arrow in bend,
the p'.ieon downwards, argent. Motto — "Syn ar dyhiln."
Sons of William Edward de Winton, Gentleman, b.
1856 ; d. 1922; m. 1904, Hon. Sibyl Laura Edwardes,
second d. of fourth B.iron Kensington : —
Robert William Michael de Winton, Gentleman, b, 1908.
Seat -Graftonbury, co. Hereford. Res. — 19 Ennism re
Gardens, S.W.

W.ilter B.iird Cann de Winton,, f>. 1912.

DE WORMS (Granted in Austria 1871, Roy. Lie,
H. Coll., 1874) — Quarterly, i and 4, azure, a key in

Fellow of the Society of .'\ntiquaries, Vice-Pres. Roy.

Soc. of Literature, i^. 1829 ; </. 1902; m. i860, Louisa,

only d. of the late Raron de Samuel : —
• Anthony Denis Maurice George de Worms, 3rd Baron
de Woiiiis, Fellow of the Roy. Soc. of Literature and Roy.
Philatelic Soc. [Supporters — On a bronze compartment, on
either side a lion gold, collared and chained or], b. 1869;
m. 1901, Louisa, d. of Moritz A. Goldschmidt of 66 Mount
Street, Grosvenor Square, W. ; and has issue— (i) Baron
Charles Ge rge Maurice de Worms, b. 1903; (2) Baron
George Percy Gerald de Worms, b. 1904 ; and Violet
Henrietta Louisa. Seat — Milton Park, Egham. Surrey.
Clubs Carlton, Junior Carlton.

Baron Percy George de Worms, b, 1873 ; m. 1900, Nora,

bend, wards upward, or; 2 and 3, or, an eagle displayed
sable, over all an escutcheon gules, a dexter arm fesse-
wise, couped at the wrist proper, the hand grasping three
arrows, one in pale and two in saltire or, barbed and
flighted argent. Mantling gules and azure, lined or. Crest

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