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— Out of a ducal coronet, five ostrich feathers or, gules, or,
azure, and or. Motto (in letters gules) — "Vinctns non
victus." Livery — Dark blue and orange.

Sons of George de Worms, second Baron de Worms,
an Hereditary Baron of the Austrian Empire [title
borne in England by Royal Licence dated 1874], of
Milton Park, Egham, J. P. cos. of Surrey, Middlese.v,
Sussex, London, and Borough of Hove, D.L. for the
Tower Hamlets, Knight Grand Commander of the
Imperial and Royal Austrian Order of Francis Joseph,

only d. of Sir Harry S. Samuel, NLP. ; and has issue —
Baron Harry George Anthony de Worms, b. 1907 ; and
Kathleen Louise. jVw.— 43 Draycott Place, S.W. Clubs
— Carlton, Junior Carlton.

DEWRANCE of Chislehurst (H. Coll.). Per fesse
dancettee sable and or fretty gules, in chief three fleurs-
de-lys argent. Mantling sable and or. Crest — -Upon a
mural crown or, a falcon rising proper, belled gold,
charged on each wing with a fleur-de-lys argent, and
holding in the beak by the blade a sword palewise
proper. Motto — " Endurant j'espere."

Son of John Dewrance, Gentleman, of The Green-
hills, Tilford, Surrey, b. ; m. : —

Sir John Dewrance, K.B.E. (1920), Past President



Institution of Mechanical Engineers, b. 1858 ; m. 1882,
Isabella, d. of Francis Trevithick. Res. — Wretham
Hall, Thetford. Clubs — St Stephen's, Carlton. Gresham.


DIAS BANDARANAIKE (H. Coll ). Argent, on a
mount in front of a cocoanut palm fructed, an elephant
all proper, upon a chief gules, on a pale argent between a

DEY (H. Coll., 13 March 1907). Azure, two fiaunches
or, in fesse three mullets pierced of the field and counter-
changed, between in pale two suns in splendour of the
second. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, in front of a greyhound's head erased
party per fesse dancett^e argent and or, two fylfots azure.
Motto—" Nunc fac."

Son of George Dey, d. 1851 ; m. 1875, Harriet
Barnard : —

Thomas Henry Dey, Gentleman, Councillor and Guardian
for the Borough of Islington, d. 1876 ; m. 1900, Edith, d. of
Samuel Maddison ; and has issue— (i) Gordon Henry Bar-
nard Dey, Gentleman, d. 1907 ; (2) Norman George Harold
Dey, Gentleman, 6. 1909; Marjorie Ethel Gertrude; Ivy
Grace ; and Vera Edith. i?«. — " Aberglaslyn," 93 Amhurst
Park, N. C/ud — Junior Conservative.

DE YARBURGH-BATESON (R.L., 1892, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i. quarterly, i. and iiii., argent, three bats'
wings erect sable, on a chief gules a lion passant or
(Bateson); ii. and iii. , per pale argent and azure, a
chevron between three chaplets counterchanged (De Yar-
burgh) ; 2. the arms of Bateson-De Yarburgh (R.L.,
15 April 1876), viz. quarterly, i. and iiii., the same arms
of De Yarburgh ; ii. and iii. , the same arms of Bateson ;
3. the same arms of Bateson by male descent ; 4. the
same arms of Yarburgh. Mantling sable and argent.
Crests — I. on a wreath of the colours, a bat's wing
erect sable (Bateson); 2. on a wreath of the colours,
a falcon close or, belled gold, preying on a duck proper
(De Yarburgh). Motto — " Nocte volamus."

Sons of Rt. Hon. Sir George William de Yarburgh-
Bateson, 2nd Baron Deramore, d. 1823 ; d. 1893 ;
m. 1862, Mary Elizabeth (li. 1884), d. and coh. of
George John Yarburgh of Heslington Hall, co. York. : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Wilfrid de Yarburgh-Bateson, 3rd
Baron • Deramore (U.K., 18 Nov. 1885), and a Baronet
(U.K., 18 Dec. 1818), T.P.. D.L., and Chairman C.C. East
Riding, and J. P. West Riding, co. York. ; J. P. and D.L. co.
Down, Major Yorkshire Hussars (T.D. ), [Supporters-
Dexter, a lion or, gorged with a collar gemel gules, pendent
therefrom an escutcheon ermine, charged with a bat's
wing erect sable ; sinister, a like lion or, gorged with a
collar gemel gules, pendent therefrom an escutcheon
ermine, charged with a raven proper], d. 1865 ; m. (ist),
1897, Lucy Caroline {d. 1901), d. of William Henry Fife
of Lee Hall, co. Northumberland ; and has issue — Hon.
Moira Faith Lilian [?n. ist, 1919, John Robert Fullerton,
Lieut. 8th Hussars (the marriage was annulled 1923) ; 2nd,
1924, Sir Edward Chichester, loth Bart. , and has issue] ;
(2nd), 1907, Blanche Violet, d. of Col. Saltmarshe, R.A.
Seats — Heslington Hall, co. York ; Belvoir Park, Belfast.
Ch/ds — Carlton, Yorkshire.

Hon. George Nicholas de Yarburgh-Bateson, J. P. E. R.
Yorks., d. 1870; m. 1900, Muriel Katharine, d. of Arthur
Grey of Sutton Hall, Easingwold ; and has issue — (i)
Stephen Nicholas de Yarburgh-Bateson, Esq., d. 1903;
(2) Richard Arthur de Yarburgh-Bateson, Gentleman, fi.
19H ; and Judith Katherine. J?es. — Apley Grange,
Harrogate, Yorkshire. C/uis—Carllon, Yorkshire.

Hon. Eustace de Yarburgh-Bateson, Capt. late R.A.C.S.
(T.F.), B.A. (Camb.), d. 1884. J?es.—


sheaf of paddy also proper, and a lion rampant of the
first, a Cingalese chieftain also proper. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
sambur deer's head couped proper, charged with a
mullet or. Motto — "Deus fortes juvat."

Son of D. C. Dias Bandaranaike, J.P., Mudalivar
of the Governor's Gate, b. 1826 ; d. 1890; m. 1854,
Anna, d. of G. Philipoz Panditharatne : —
Sir Solomon Dias Bandaranaike, K.C.M.G. (1925).
Knt.-Bach. (1907), C.M.G. (1902), J.P.Ceylon, The Maha
Mudalivar of Ceylon, b. 1862 ; m. 1898, Daisy Ezline, d.
of Hon. Sir Solomon Obeyesekere, M L.C., of Colombo,
and has issue — Solomon West Ridgeway Dias Bandara-
naike, Esq., b. 1899 ; Anna Florentine ; and Aleacumdra
Cornelia. Res. — Horagolla, Veyangoda ; Bromfield,
Nuwara ; 42 Silva Smith Street, Colombo, Ceylon.
C/m6— Sports.


DIAMOND (H. Coll., 5 Ap. 1913). Argent, five fusils
conjoined in fesse gules, each charged with a fleur-de-lys
or, between three mullets of the second. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — A demi-lion or, holding in the dexter
paw a fusU, charged as in the arms. Motto — " Miseris
succurrere disco."

Son of Diamond, Gentleman, b. ;

m. : —

Hugh Ernest Diamond, Gentleman. Res. —

DICK-CUNYNGHAM of Prestonfield (L.O., 1850).
Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a shakefork sable, within a
bordure ermine (Cunyngham) ; 2 and 3, ermine, a fesse
azure, betwixt two mullets in chief and a hart's head erased
in base, attired with ten tines gules (Dick of Prestonfield,
L.O., 1687 and ^77^)' all within a bordure or. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crests— On the dexter side, upon
a wreath of the liveries, a dexter hand holding a plumb-rule
proper ; on the sinister side, upon a wreath of the liveries, a




ship in distress proper. Supporters — Two horses at hberty

sable. Mottoes— Above the dexter crest, "Ad amussim " ;

above the sinister crest, "At spes intracta"; under the

arms, " Via tuta virtutis. "

Kid. surv. son of Capt. Robert Henry Dick-Ciinyng-
ham, 2ist Lancers, b. 1875 ; d. 1913; m. 1905, Beatrice
Eleanor (Res. — i Rue du Tennis, Dinard, France), d. of
the late Capt. C. Lousada, of Shellfurne Hall, Chelten-
ham : —
Sir Colin Keith Dick-Cunyngham, nth Bart., b. 1908;

s. his uncle 1922. 5*a/— Prestonfieid, nr. Edinburgh,

DICK of Horkesley (H. Coll., 14 Nov. 1916). Argent,
on a cross sable between two mullets in bend gules, a sword
in pale point upwards of the first, pommelled and hUted

or, impaling the arms of Ames., namely : — Quarterly, i
and 4, argent, on a bend cottised between two anniilets
sable, a quatrefoil between two roses of the field (Ames) ;
2. per pale or and gules, a saltire between two mascles
in pale, and in fesse as many leopards' faces jessant-de-
lys all countercharged (Poole) ; 3. per fesse or and sable,
in chief two calves, and in base a dove volant cotmter-
changed (Metcalfe). Mantlingsable and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, an eagle wings endorsed
and inverted gules, supporting with the dexter claw a
guidon eirgent, charged with two mullets in fesse also
gules, and fringed with the livery coloviTS, the staff or.
Motto — " Whatever fate decides."

Son of William John Dick, of Lvnmead, Wanstead : —
William Frederick Dick, Maj. (ret.) R.F.A. (T.), 6.1872 ;
m. 1913, Dorothy Marion, only child of Felix Lyde Ames,
of Longhoisley, Northumberland, and has issue — William
Herbert Ames, Gentleman, b. 1923; and Roxane Diana.
Res. — 18 Brompton Square, S.W.3.

DICK (1901, L.O. ). Or, a fesse azure, between two
mullet? gules in chief, and in base a thistle slipped proper.
Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his

liveries, the sun in splendour or. Motto — " Hand unquam


Son of late Capt. James Adam Dick of the Hawkesbury
Rifles, N.S. Wales, b. 1840; d. igoo ; tn. ist, 1864,
Jean, d. of William Benson of Carronshore and Grange-
mouth, and Richmond, N.S.W. : —
James Adam Dick, Esq., B.A. (Sydney), M.D., Ch.M.

(Edin.), F.R.C.S. (Edin.), Capt. Australian Army Med.
Corps, S. African Field Force 1900-^1901, b. 1866. Res. —
Catfoss, Randwick, Sydney, N.S. Wales.

DICKEN (H. Coll., 18 July 1907, in substitution for




grant dated 12 March 1896). Or, on a pale engrailed
between two cinquefoils in fesse gules, three leopards' faces
of the field. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, a demi-griffin or, between two ostrich feathers
erect argent. Motto— " Consilio ac virtute."

Son ot Frederick Rowland Dicken, Esq., Capt. (ret.)
R.N., i. 1845; (/. 1923 ; m. 1877, Charlotte Hester,
d. of Rev. James Hardwicke Dyer, B.D. , Fellow
and Tutor of Trin. Coll.,Oxon., Vicar of Great Walt-
ham, Essex : —
Eden Rowland Huddleston Dicken, Gentleman, d. 1888.

Son of Rev. Aldersey Dicken, D.D., i. 1794 '• d. 1879 ;
7K. 1838, Caroline Mary, d. of George Huddleston
(formerly Croft) of Greenford, co. Middx. :—
Charles Gauntlett Dicken, Esq., Admiral (ret.) R.N.,
b. 1854; m. (ist), , Margaret Christiena, {d. 1888), d. of
Edward Brooking Cornish of Sydney, N.S. Wales; (2nd),
1894, Ada Mary, only d. ofMaj.-Geii. John Byron; and has
had issue— (i) Charles Vernon Dicken, Gentleman, M.A.,
b. 1881 ; (2) Frank Huddleston Dicken, Gentleman, b. 1885,
d. 1890 ; (3) Edward Bernard Cornish Dicken, Esq. , Comdr.
R.N., b. 1888; and (by 2nd mar.) (4) John Aldersev Dicken,
Gentleman, b. 1896. Res.— T\\e. Hermitage, Wyke, Win-

Son of William Stephens Dicken, Esq., M.D. , Dep.
Insp.-Gen. of Hospitals Bengal Medical Service, b.
1804; d. 1861; m. 1833, Catherine Lamb, yr. d. of
Capt. Lamb Pooham, R.N., and niece of Rear-Adm.
Sir Home Popham, K.C.B., K.C.H. :—
George Perry Dicken, Gentleman, b. 1848. Res.—

DICKENSON late of Syston Court (H. Coll., 1914).
Azure, on a fesse between two lions passant ermine, three
fylfots of the field. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant azure,
charged on the body with a catherine-wheel or. Motto —
" Facta non verba."

Eld. son of Frederick Boughton Newton Dickenson,

Esq., J. P., D.L. of Syston Court, B.A. O.xon., b. ;

d. 1885; m. 1843, Harriette Elizabeth, eld. d. and

coh. of Fiennes Trotman of Systoi Court and Buck-

nell Manor: —

The late Major Fiennes Boughton Newton Dickenson,

late King's Royal Rifle Corps, Lord of the Manor and

Patron of Syston, b. 1848 ; d. 1928 ; 7n. ist, 1885, Florence

Jane [d. 1896), d. of Robert Roberts; 2nd, 1903, Maud

Kersteman, only d. of late Arthur King, loth Lines. Regt. ;

and left issue (by first marriage) — Florence Dorothea ; and

Ina Trotman. Res. — Sheringham, Bournemouth.

DICKIE (U.O.). Sable, a chevron argent, on a chief
of the last three cinquefoils gules. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — On a vvreath of the colours, on a
rock sable, an alder tree proper. Motto — " Honor
virtutis prffimium."

Sons of Thomas Coulter Dickie, B.A., Sessional

Crown Solicitor for co. Tyrone, of Clonavon, Omagh,

CO. Tyrone, h. 1838; A. 1908; m. 1883, Maude

Kathleen Elizabeth, d. of Rev. James MacNeece,

M.A., R.D., Rector of Clonfeacle, co. Armagh :—

Thomas Wallace Dickie, Esq., B.A., T.C.D., Barrister-

at-Law, Capt. and Bt. Maj. 4th R. Dublin Fusiliers,

R.M. CO. Fermanagh, J. P. Northern Ireland, h. 1887;

m. 191 1, Harriet Agnes Madeline, d. of Charles Robert T-

Annesley, Gentleman, of Ballysaxe Manor, co. Kildare ;

and has issue — Annesley Wallace Dickie, Gentleman, h.

1916 ; and Joan Harrie Wallace. Res. — Enniskillen,

CO. Fermanagh.

John Frederick Dickie. Esq., Solicitor, B.A., T.C.D.
h. 1884 ; w. 1913, Marjorie Vincent, d. of George Hickson,
of Bottesford, Nottingham, and has issue — John Vincent
Dickie, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; and 3 daus. Res. — Old
Mountjoy, Omagh.

Capt. James MacNeece Dickie, M.C., R. Dublin Fusi-
liers (ret.), h. . Res. —

Thomas Coulter Dickie, Gentleman, Temp. Lieut. R.
Dublin Fusiliers (ret.), h. . Res. —

DICKINS (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, ermine, on a
cross flory sable, a leopard's face or (Dickins, granted by
Segar, 1625) ; 2 and 3, azure, a dolphin naiant argent, fins
or, between three escallops of the last (Scrase— arms confd.
ind crest granted by Segar, 1616). Mantling sable and
urgent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion sejant
i able, holding in the dexter paw a cross flory or.

Son of William Park Dickins, Esq., J. P., D.L., of
Cherington, co. Warwick, b. 1824 ; d. 1909 ; m. 1859,
Catharine Frances, d. of Rev. Charles Causton, Rector
of Lasham, Hants. : —
William Godfrey Dickins, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon.), b.

1869; m. 1895, Sybil Octavia, d. of Rev. C. D. Francis;

and has issue— (i) William Anthony Dickins, Gentleman,

b. 1896; (2) Godfrey Christopher Dickens, Gentleman, b.

1902; Hilda Sybil; and GiUian Ruth. y?«.— Lebanon

Park, Twickenham.

DICKINSON of Haslemere (H. Coll., i Nov. 1920).
Azure, a cross couped fleury between four bugle-horns
tringed or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a


wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant sable, erased
azure, charged on the shoulder with a sal tire couped fleury
gold. Motto — " Sic volvere parcas."

Elder son of Lowes Dickinson, Gentleman, of i AU

Souls' Place, Portland Place, W., b. 1819 ; d.

1907; m. 1857, Ellen, d. of William Smith

Williams : —
Sir Arthur Lowes Dickinson, Knt. (1919), F.C.A., M.A.
(Camb.), b. 1859 ; m. 1888, Mary Katherine, d. of the late
William Jennings, of Birmingham, and has issue — Mary
Ellen Lowes [m. 1926, Charles Celadon Sutherland
Brownlow] ; Dora Kathleen Lowes. Res. — Shottersley,
Haslemere, Siurrey ; Queen Anne's Mansions, S.W.i.
Clubs — Reform, City of London, R.A.C., Phyllis Court

DICKINSON of Kingweston (1673, H. Coll.). Or, a
bend engrailed between two lions rampant gules. Mant- ■
ling gules and or. Crest — Upon a wreath > f the colours,
out of clouds, a sinister hand proper, holding a leaf slipped
vert. Motto — "Dei manus medicus."

Only surv. son of William Dickinson of Kingweston,

Somerset, b. 1839; d. 1914; m. ist, 1875, Helen

Isabella, eld. d. of late George Bairnsfather,

H.E.I.C.S. :—

William P'rancis Dickinson, Esq., A.R.I.B. A. , J.P. , Capt.

Res. of Officers, late ist Vol. Batt. R. Fus. , served Great

War 1916-19, b. 1877 ; m. 1914, Henrietta Blanche, yst.

d. of late Capt. A. W. Cobham of Shinfield, and has issue

— William Alexander Carlile Dickenson, Gentleman, 6.

1920 ; and Evenlda Joyce. Fast. add. — Kingweston,

Somerton, co. Somerset.

Son of Francis Henry Dickinson, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1853, and M.P. for West Somerset 1841-7,
/'. 1813; d. i8go; m. 1835, Caroline, d. of Major-Gen.
Thomas Carey : —
Reginald Dickinson, Gentleman, b. 1841. Res. —
Arthur Dickinson, Gentleman, b. 1847 ; in. 1873, Alice




Esq.. J. p., n.A.,
m. 1861, l-'.mily
Lord Auckland,

Berkeley [d. 1921), d. of Augustus Woodforde of Ansford,
Somerset, and widow of Rev. George Goodden ; and has
had issue — (i) Francis Arthur Dickinson, Esq., Maj.
D.C.L. I., b. 1874; d. 19 1 5, of wounds received in action ;
(2) Stephen Carey Dickinson, Gentleman, b. 1875. Res. —
■J he Mount, Somerton, Somerset.

Sons of Edmund Henry Dickinson,

Barrister-at-Law, b. 1821 ; d. 1896;

Dulcibella (</. 1893), d. of Rt. Rev.

Bishop of Bath and Wells: —
Robert Edmund Dickinson, Esq., late Capt. and Hon.
Major N. Somerset Yeo., Mayor of Bath 1899, M.P. for
Wells Div. of Somerset 1899-1906, b. 1862. Res. — 13
St. James's Square, S. \V.

Philip Francis Dickinson, Gentleman, b. 1863. Res. —
Oswald Eden Dickinson, Gentleman, b. 1869. Res. — 21
Manchester Street, W.

DICKIXSON of Farnley Tyas (H. Coll., 4 Nov. 1924).
Or, three pellets in pale, that in fesse charged with a
sun in splendour of the field, and those in chief and base
charged with a rose argent barbed and seeded proper,
between two flaunches azure, each charged with a savage,
wreathed round the waist, holding in the sinister hand a
sword over his shoulder all proper, and supporting on the
dexter forearm a shield of the third charged with a cross
gules. Crest — On a wreath or and sable, in front of a
dexter arm embowed, vested gules cuffed or, and
grasping in the hand proper a mace gold, a sun in
splendour between two roses as in the arms.- Motto —
" Tenax propositi vinco."

Son of Richard Dickinson, of High Hoyland and
The Grange, Shelley, Yorks. , 6. 18 13 ; d. 1882 ;
m. 1849, Elizabeth, d. of Jonathan Roberts, of
Thorpe House, Almondbury, and Farnley Tyas,
Yorks. : —
Thomas Edward Dickinson, Gentleman, h. 1870 ;
»«. 1903, Frances Jeanette, d. of Stephen Brooks ; and
has had issue — James Roberts Dickinson, Gentleman,
b. 1906 ; d. 192 1 ; George Edward Dickinson, Gentle-
man, h. 191 1. Res. — Moor House, Farnley Tyas, Y'orks.

DICKSON (L.O., matric. 17 Nov. 1925). Argent,
three mullets gules, a chief azure, within a bordure
engrailed ermines charged with three lions' heads

erased of the second, langued of the third. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest — A demi-lion, holding in

its dexter paw a mullet gules. Motto — " Hope."
Livery — Claret and white.

Third son of Arthur Hill Dickson, Esq., W.S.,
of Succoth Gardens, Edinburgh, h. 1867 ; m. 1896,
Robina Christian, d. of John Scott-Moncrieff,
C.A., of Edinburgh : —
Arthur Hope Drummond Dickson, Gentleman, Char-
tered Accountant, 6. 1901. Res. — 36A Dryden Chambers,
Oxford Street, W.i. Cluh — Cavendish.

DICKSON (L.O.). Argent, three mullets gules, a
chief azure, and on an escutcheon of pretence the arms
of Dunsmore, namely, vert, three garbs or, banded
sable. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a
wreath of his liveries, a golden sycamore proper.
Motto — " Respice finem."

Son of Dickson, of , h. \

m. : —

The late Heatley Dickson, Gentleman, C.E., b. ;

m. Caroline IMargaret Catherine Dunsmore, and d. 1928.
Res. — Corstorphine, Midlothian.

RAYNES WAITE DICKSON, Gentleman, of Arnside,
South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, President of the Law
Institute of Victoria. Born August 13, 1845, being the
eldest son of James Dickson, by his wife Hannah Berry,
and grandson of William Dickson of Anfield Lodge, near
Liverpool, by his wife Frances Rickets, daughter of Raynes
Barrett Waite of Jamaica. Armorial bearings — He bears
for Arms: Vair, five mullets, three and two, fessewise or,
a chief of the last, thereon, between two torteaux, a pale
gules, charged with a bezant. Upon the escutcheon is
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling azure
and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
in front of a boar's head erased argent, gutt^e-de-sang,
muzzled gules, a bezant between two mullets fessewise or ;
withtheMottO — "Fortes fortuna juvat." Clubs — Oriental,
Australian (Melbourne). Married, firstly, October 20, 1870,
Elizabeth (died 1889), daughter of William Kiddle of
Somersetshire, England; and by her has Issue— Raynes
Waite Stanley Dickson, Gentleman, born November 11,
1871 ; secondly, Annie Mary, widow of the late Colonel
Borthwick, and daughter of the Reverend S. Russell Davies,
and by her has, Maud.

Maunsell ; assumed the surname and arms of Dickson in
lieu of Maunsell by Royal Licence dated Dec. 27, 1900),
Col., lately commanding the Limerick City Artillery, J. P.
CO. Limerick, High Sheriff 1890. Born April 27, 1853, being
the only son of the late Rev. W. F. Maunsell, Vicar of Kil-
dimo, CO. Limerick, by his wife Rebecca Caroline, elder dau.
of Rev. Richard Dickson of Vermont, Clarina, co. Limerick.
Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, azure, a crescent
between three mullets argent, on a chief or, as many pallets
gules (for Dickson) ; 2 and 3, argent, a chevron between
three maunches sable (for Maunsell). Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, out of battle-
ments, a naked arm embowed, holding a sword all proper.
Motto — "Fortes fortuna juvat." Married, Feb. 17, 1897,
Frances Louisa, elder dau. of the Rev. L. M. Maunsell,
lately Rector of Kilskyre. co. Meath ; and has Issue —
Elizabeth Rebecca Frances ; Norah Constance ; and Ruth
Caroline. Seat — Kildimo House, Kildimo, co. Limerick.
Res. — Southill, Dean Park Road, Bournemouth. Clubs —
Union, County (Limerick), Bournemouth.

DICKSON-POYNDER of Hartham and Hilmarton
(R.L., 12 Jan. 1888, H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, pily coun-
ter-pilyof four traits or and sable, the points ending in crosses
form^e two in chief and one in base, in the centre chief
points a tower of the second and in base two martlets of the
first, a chief azure, thereon a key erect wards upwards and
to the sinister gold between a rose on the dexter and a
fleur-de-lis on the sinister argent (Poynder); 2 and 3,
azure, an anchor erect or, encircled by an oak wreath vert
between three mullets pierced or, on a chief paly of seven
of the last and gules a mural crown argent (Dickson).
Mantling sable and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the
colours, issuant from the battlements of a tower argent,
charged with a cross flory gules, a dexter cubit arm vested
sable, charged with a key as in the arms, cuffed or, the
hand proper holding a cross patde fitch(?e in bend also
argent (Poynder) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, in front
of an arm in armour brandishing a falchion proper, a.
trident and spear in saltire or (Dickson). Motto —





"Fortes fortuna juvat." Supporters — Dexter an eagle
proper ; sinister a lion gules, each gorged with a collar or,
pendent therefrom a bezant, charged with a rose gules.
Son of Rear-Adm. John Bourmaster Dickson, C.B.,
R.N., b. 1815; d. 1876; m. ist, 1855, Sarah Matilda,
d. of Thomas Poynder of Hillmarton, Wilts. : —
Rt. Hon. Sir John Poynder Dickson-Poynder, P.C.,
G.C.M.G., G.B.E., D.S.O., ist Baron Islington (i9io),6th
Bt. (1802), formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. Roy. Scots, Major
and Hon. Lt.-Col. R. Wilts. Yeo., served in S. Africa
1900, M.P. for Chippenham Div. of Wilts. 1892-igio,
Gov. and Commander-in-Chief New Zealand 1910-1913,
Under-Sec. of State for the Colonies 1914, and for India,
1915-19, b. 1866; m. 1896, Anne Beauclerk, d. of Robert
Henry Duncan Dundas; and has issue — Hon. Joan Alice
Katharine [w. 1923, Lt.-Col. Sir Edward W. Grigg,
K.C.V.O., C.M.G., D.S.O., Gov. and Commander-in-
Chief Kenya Colony, and has issue]. 5^(2/— Rushbrooke
Hall, Bury St. Edmund s. Town res. — 24 Bruton Street,

DIGBYfH. Coll.). Azure, a fleur-de-lys argent. Mant-
ling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
an ostrich, holding in the beak a horse-shoe all proper.
Motto — " Deo non fortuna."

Sons of Rt. Hon. Edward Henry Trafalgar Digby,
loth Baron Digby, J. P. and C.A. Dorset, Col. Cold-
stream Gds., M.P. for Dorset 1876-1885, b. 1846;
d. 1920 ; m. 1893, Emily Beryl Sissy, d. of Hon. Alfred
Hood :—
Rt. Hon. Edward Kenelm Digby, D.S.O., M.C., nth
Baron Digby (1620), Baron Digby of Sherborne, Dorset
(1765) [Supporters — Two monkeys proper, environed about
the middle, and lined or], J. P., D. L. , Dorset, Maj. Res. of
Officers, late Coldstream Gds., served Great War (de-
spatches twice), b. 1894; in.. 1919, Hon. Constance Pamela
Alice Bruce, d. of Lord Aberdare, and has issue — Hon.
Edward Henry Kenelm Digby, b. 1924 ; Hon Pamela Beryl ;
and Hon. Constance Sheila. Seat — Minterne House, Cerne
Abbas, Dorset. Clubs — Travellers', Guards' , Turf.
Hon. Robert Henry Digby, b. 1903.
Hon. Albert Elmar Digby, b. 1911.

Sons of Hon. Everard Charles Digby, Col. Gren.
Gds., b. 1852; d. 1915; m. 1886, Lady Emily Louisa

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