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for COS. Ayr and Lanark ; late Major 2nd R. Lanark
Militia. Born 1824, being the eldest son of the late
William Dixon of Govan Hill, by Elizabeth, dau. of John
Strang of Glasgow. Armorial bearings— Argent, on a
cross between four lozenges sable, an eagle displayed of the
field. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a dexter hand proper, holding a
sword in bend sinister argent. Motto — " Fortes fortuna
juvat." Married, 1851, Catherine Anne, dau. of David
Napier of Singapore. iVaY— Govan Hill, Lanarkshire.
Residence — 14 Grosvenor Place, S.W.

DIXON (H. Coll.). Gules, on a bend or, between two
foxes' heads erased of the last, three torteaux, on a chief
nebuly ermine, a garb proper. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a cubit arm
vested or, the cuff gules, the hand holding a fox's head
erased proper, a torteau. Motto — "Quod dixi dixi."

Sons of Thomas Dixon, Gentleman,^. ; d. 1903 ;

m. Annie Beatson : —
Askew Beatson Dixon,, Gentleman, b. 1886, Res. —
George Freeman Dixon, Gentleman, b- 1888. Res. —
3rd son of Thomas Dixon of Blythswood, Newcastle-
on-Tyne, and of Eastfield House, Corbridge-on-
Tyne : —
William Dixon, Gentleman, b. ; m. , Helen

McAllum,and has issue — William Guthrie Dixon, Gentle-
man, h. 1897; Kenneth John Freeman Dixon, Gentleman,
b. 1899 ; Ronald Meredith Dixon, Gentleman, b. 1904.
Res. — Dipwood, Rowlands Gill, nr. Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

DIXON of Rheda (H. Coll.). Azure, on a pale argent,
a fleur-de-lys of the first, a chief engrailed ermine.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a cubit arm grasping a scimitar proper,
pommel and hilt gold, a staff raguly fessewise or. Motto —
" Quod dixi dixi." Li-very — Blue cloth, with silver buttons,
blue and white striped waistcoat.

Son of Thomas Dixon, Esq., J.P. , of Rheda, b. 1808 ;
d. 1882; m. 1858, Elizabeth Jane, d. of Michael
Hughes of Kingston House, Moresby, Cumberland : —
The late Thomas Dixon, Esq., J. P., C.C. (1903-4), Cum-
berland, High Sheriff (1903-4), Barrister-at-Law (Inner
Temple), b. 1861 ; d. 1923 ; m. 1889, Maria Florence

Wynn, only child of late Llewellyn Lewis of Tan-y-fynwent
Aber, N. Wales ; and had issue — Myfanwy Wynn Lewis
[w. Alwyn Haswell Holman, R.A. , son of Herbert Holman,
Esq., J. P., M.A.]; and Vera Mabel Florence {tn. 1924,
Thomas Alexander Thompson, D.S.O. , of Farlam Hall,
Carlisle. Seat — Rheda, Frezington, co. Cumberland. Club
— Junior Carlton.

Son of Anthony Joseph Steele Dixon, Esq., J.P. co.
Cumberland, late Capt. Royal Cumberland Mil., /;.
1862 ; d. 1909 ; m. 1892, Florence, d. of James Brock-
bank, Esq., J.P. , of Chappels, co. Cumberland: —
Anthony Thomas Steele Dixon, Gentleman, b, 1900.
Seat — Lorton Hall, nr. Cockermouth.

DIXON of Holton Park (R.L., 19 Feb. 1907, H. Coll.).
Gules, a fleur-de-lys between three escallops or, a chief
ermine. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, a demi-lion rampant regardant argent,
charged on the shoulder with an escallop sable, and holding
t)etween the paws a palmer's staff erect proper. Motto —
" Deus disponit."

Son of Rev. Benjamin Gibbons, M.A. (Oxon.), of

Waresley House, nr. Kidderminster [q.v.], b. 1824;

m. 185 1, Charlotte Jane, d. of George Skipworth,

Esq., J. P., D.L. (High Sheriff Lines. 1855), of Moorton

House, South Kelsey : —

Rev. Thomas George Dixon (formerly Gibbons), M.A.

(Oxon.), J.P. Parts of Lindsey, Lines., Lord of the Manor

of HoIton-le-Moor, b. 1854 ; /«. 1890, Ethel Harriet Ellen,

d. of Charles Brogden Sperling, Esq., J. P., D.L. , of Dynes

Hall, Halstead, Essex; and has issue — George Sperling

Gibbons, Gentleman, b. 1892 ; Mary Evelyn ; Dora Margaret;

and Elizabeth Joan. Seat — Holton Hall, Holton-le-Moor,


DIXON-JOHNSON (Royal Licence, 1894). Quarterly,
I and 4, per pale sable and azure, a saltire argent, charged
with five cocks of the first between three towers, one in chief
and two in fesse of the third, flames issuing therefrom proper,
and in base two tilting-spears in saltire (for Johnson) ; 2 and
3, gules, on a bend between six plates, three torteaux, a chief




erminois (for Dixon of Ramshaw). Mantling sable and
argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, an arm em-
bowed in armour firing a pistol all proper (for Johnson) ;
2. on a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erected vested
erminois, cuffed argent, in the hand a roundel of the first
(for Dixon). Motto — " Fortiter et sincere."




Son of the late Cuthbert Greenwood Dixon- Johnson,
Esq., J. P. CO. Durham and N. Riding of York. ;
assumed by Royal Licence 1894 the additional sur-
name and arms of Dixon : —
Cuthbert Francis Dixon-Johnson, Esq., late Capt. H.M.
6th Inniskilliiig Dragoons, h. 1871. Seat — Ayhleyheads,
CO. Durham. Residence — Oakwood, Croft-on-Tees, Darling-
ton. Club — Cavahy.

Son of Charles William Dixon-Johnson, Gentleman,
b. 1875; killed in action 1917 ; ni. 1907, Christian
Elfreda, eldest d. of George Grey of Miltield, North-
umberland : —
Cuthbert John Dixon-Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1908. Seat
— Middle Ord, nr. Ber\vick-on-Tweed.

DIXSON of New South Wales (H. Coll., 12 Sept. 1922).
Per fesse azure and or, in chief two garbs of the second,
and in base a lymphad sable. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — On a %vreath of the colours, a dexter arm embowed
in armour proper, charged with two escarbuncles in pale
or, the hand gauntletted grasping a sword also proper,
pommel and hilt gold. Motto — " Fortes fortuna juvat."
Sons of Sir Hugh Dixson, Knt. (1921), J. P., Chair-
man of the Dixson Trust, Ltd., b. 1841 ; d. 1926 ;
m. i856, Emma Elizabeth {d. 1922), d. of the late
William Edward Shaw : —
William Dixson, Gentleman, b. 1870. Res. —
Robert Craig Dixson, Gentleman, b. 188 1. Address —
Dixson Trust, Ltd., 100 The Strand, Sydney, N.S.W.

Sir ALFRED GR.\HAM DOBBIN, Knight Bachelor
(1900), High Sheriff of the city of Cork, D. L. and J. P.
County Borough of Ccrk, Born Sept. lo, 1853, being
the second son of Leonard D(jbtin and Alithea Maria,
dau. of John Graham. Armorial bearings— Or, two

chevronels gules, between three pairs of annulets inter-
laced azure. Majitling gules and or. Crest— Upon
a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect proper, charged
with two chevronels as in the arms, the hand grasping a
spear passing through an annulet azure, bent sinisterwise.
Motto — " Deus dexter meus." Married, firstly. May 4, 1876,
Margaret Reid (d. Feb. 25, 1884), dau. of Peter Ogilvie ;
and bv that marriage has had issue — (i) Leonard Graham
Dobbin, Esq., Lieut. 9th K.R.R., b. Sept. 27, 1881, d.
Jan. 22, 1912; and Margaret Evelyn. He m. secondly,
March 31, 1887, Kate, d. of William Wise of Clifton,
Bristol; and has {2) Alfred William Dobbin, Esq., b.
May 17, 1888 [?«. 1923, Kathleen (d. 1927), 2nd d. of E. R.
Burrell, of Eskdale Lodge, Blackheath ; and has issue —
Angela Kathleen]. Post. add. — Imperial Hotel, Cork.

DOBBIN. Gules, five mullets of six points, two, one
and two, or, in the centre chief point a crescent of the
last, between two flaunches chequy argent and sable. Mant-
ling gules and or. Crest— Out of a mural crown, an oak
branch acurned proper, the crown charged with a crescent
or. Motto—" Re e merito."

Sons of Lieut. Col. George Miller Dobbin, J. P. cos.
Louth and Armagh, Lieut. -Col. R.A. , of Drumnulla
House, CO. Louth, b. 1833 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1868, Eliza-
beth Jane {d. 1905), dau. of late Lt.-Col. George
TurnbuU Marshall, Bengal Army: —
Leonard George William Dobbin, Esq., D.S.O., Lieut.-
Col. Northamptonshire Regiment, served N.W. Frontier,
India, 1897-8 ; S. Africa, 1902 ; Great War, 1914-19 ; b.
March 31, 1871. Club — Naval and Military.

Herbert Thomas Dobbin, Eng. Capt. Duke of Corn-
wall's Light Infantry, b. May 27, 1878.

Arthur William Dobbin, Gentleman, Lieut. Roy. Artillery,
b. March 24, 1883.

DOBIE (L.O.). Ermine, a closed helmet, between
three cross crosslets azure, a bordure counter compony
argent and gules. Mantling azure, doubled argent.


Crest — On a wreath of the liveries, a cross crosslet azure,
surmounted of a thistle slipped proper. Motto — " Non
nobis domine."

Only surviving son of the late George Dobie, Esq.,
J. P., of Edgemont, Paisley, b. 1819 ; d. 1910 ; m.
1852, Annabelle, d. of the late Lachlan Eraser
Gentleman, of Daviot, Inverness-shire: —
William Eraser Dobie, Esq., V.D., J. P. for co. Ren-
frew, late Lieut.-Colonel 6th Batt. A. and S. Highlanders,
b. 1862 ; m. 1901, Annie, daughter of the late George
Hislop, Gentleman, C.E., F.C.S. [Descended from Sir
Robert Dobie of Stonihill, Blaikhop and Monktonhall,
East Lothian, who died in 1623, and whose lands passed
from the family possession in 1664]. Res. — Stonihill,
Portencross, Ayrshire ; and Edgemont, Paisley.

DOBBS. Quarterly, i and 4, per pale sable and argent,
a chevron engrailed between three unicorns' heads erased,
all counterchanged (Dobbs); 2 and 3, sable, three lions
passant guardant (the two in chief rencontrant) or (Dal-
way). Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of
the colours, a unicorn's head erased argent. MottO —
" Amor Dei et proximi summa beatitudo."

Sons of Archibald Edward Dobbs, Esq., J.P., D.L.,

M.A. Oxford, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1838; d. 1916 ; m.

1875, Edith Mary [d. 1922), second d. of Sir James

Timmins Chance, ist Bart. : —
Major Frederick Arthur Dobbs, late R.E., served Great
War 1914-19 (despatches), High Sheriff co. Antrim 1921,




B.A. (Camb.), b. 1876; ;«. 1915, Hylda Louisa, d. of
Capt. Conway Higginson, of Connellmore, co. Kildare,
and has issue— i son. Seat — Castle Dobbs, nr. Carrick-
fergus, CO. Antrim.

Francis Wellesley Dobbs, Gentleman, M.A. (Camb.),
twin, l>. 1876.

Archibald Edward Dobbs, Gentleman, M.A. and Fellow
of King's Coll. (Camb.), b. 1882.

DOBBS (U.O. ). Quarterly, i and 4, per pale sable and
argent, a chevron engrailed between three unicorns' heads
erased, all counterchanged (Dobbs); 2 and 3, sable, three
lions passant guardant argent (the two in chief rencon-
trant) (Dalway). Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On
a wreath of the colours, a unicorn's head erased argent.
Motto — "Amor Deiet pro.ximi summa beatitude."

Sons of Conway Edward Dobbs, Esq., J. P. for co.

Antrim (High Sheriff for Carrickfergus 1875) and co.

Louth 1882), b. 1818; d. 1898; 111. i86q, Sarah, d. of

St. Clair Kelburn Mulholland of Eglantine, Hillsboro',

CO. Down : —

Conway Richard Dobbs, Esq., O.B.E., Col. late R.E.,

b. 1867 ; tn. 1895, Jane Constance, d. of Carleton

Atkinson; and has issue — (i) Conway Edward Dobbs,

Gentleman, b. 1898; (2) Nithsdale Conway Dobbs, Lieut.

R.F.A. ,^. 1900. 5ifa/5— Glenariffe Lodge, Parkmore, co.

Antrim; Portnagolan, Cushendall, co. Antrim.

St. Clair Mulholland Dobbs, Esq., D.L. co. Antrim,^.

Henry Hugh Dobbs, Esq., Capt. (temp.) lateA.O.C,
b. 1875.

DOBLE (H. Coll.). Gules, a doe statant and three
bells in chief argent. Mantling gules and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, in

front of a doe lodged pierced by four arrows or, a cross-
bow fessewise gules. Motto — " Absque labore nihil."

Only son of Robert Doble, Gentleman, of Walcot,

Bath, b. 1857 ; d. 1893 ; ni. 1880, Mary, d. of Edwin

Lawrence, of Langford Court, Devon : —

Rev. Robert Doble, Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A.

(Economics Tripos, Jesus Coll. Camb.), Vicar of

Great Chesterford, and Rector of Little Chesterford,

Essex, b. 1883; m. 1911, Edith Lillie, d. of John

Knott, of Winscombe, Somerset ; and has issue —

Roderick Lawrence Doble, Gentleman, b. 191 2 ; Theo-

dore Douglas Doble, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; Rupert
John Doble, Gentleman, b. 1920. Res. — The Vicarage,
Great Chesterford, Essex. Clubs — Public Schools,

ALFRED DOBREE, Esquire, C.B.E. Barn July 31,
1864, being the eldest son of the Rev. Prebendary Osmond
Dobree, by his wife Mary, dau. of the late John Eaton
of Claremont, Shrewsbury (and Mary, dau. of Sir Lauchlan
MacLean, M.D., ol Sudbury, Suffolk). Armorial bear-
ings (H. Coll. 1726) — Gules, a crescent party per pale cr

and argent, between three trefoils slipped of the third.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours (argent and gules), a mount, and thereon a thistle
all proper. MottO— "Spe vivitur." Res. — Le Fainel, St.
Martin's, Guernsey.

DOBREE (H. Coll., 1726) — Quarterly, i. gules, a
crescent per pale or and argent, between three tre-
foils slipped of the last (Dobree); 2. ermine, two chev-
ronels between three sinister hands apaumee, couped
at the wrist gules (Bonamy); 3. per pale azure and gules,
a wolf rampant or (Hankey); 4. azure, on a fesse
between three saltires couped or, as many lions' heads
erased of the field, collared argent (Gale). Mantling
gules and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a
thistle slipped and leaved proper. Motto— "Spe vivitur."
S:n of Bonamy Dobree, Esq., a Member of the Com-
mission of Lieutenancy for the City, b. 1818 ; d. ;
m. 1840, Emma, dau. of Nathaniel Snell Chauncy,^
Lord of the Manor of Little Memden, Herts : —
Harry Hankey Dobree. Gentleman, b. 1842. Address
— c/o Miss Dobree, New Walk House, Beverley, Yorks.

DOBREE. (H. Coll. 1726) — Quarterly, i. gules,
a crescent perpaleorandargent bet ween three trefoils slipped
of the last (for Dobre'el ; 2. ermine, two chevronels between
three sinister hands apauniee, couped at the wrist gules
(for Bonamy); 3. per pale azure and gules, a wolf rampant
or (for Hankey) ; 4. azure, on a fesse between three saltires
couped or, as many lions' heads erased of the field, collared
a'gent (for Gale). Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules and or ; and for
his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a thistle slipped




and leaved proper; with the Motto, " Spe vivitur."

Livery Dark green coat, medium striped white and red

waistcoat, drab breeches (coachman) ; black plush breeches
and white stockings or black trousers (footman) ; brass

Son of Samuel Dubr^e, Esquire, Justice of the Peace

for the county of Somerset, b. April 7, 1843 '< "'• '9^4 \

m. 1871, Mary Milford 'I'ozer, second daughter of

Stephen Franklin Bridge, Doctor of Medicine, late of

Old Court, Wellington, in the county of Somerset: —

Franklin Bonamy Hankey Dobre'e, Gentleman,!*. 1876;

m. 1904, eldest dau. of Col. Shepherd, Indian Army; and

has issue — William Denis Bonamy Dobrte, Gentleman, b.

1906 ; Charles Thomas Winston Dobr6e, Gentleman, />.

1907; Peter George James Dobree, Gentleman, 6. 1913 ;
and Catherine Eleanor June. Seats — The Priory, .and
Old Court, Wellington, Somerset. A'.r.r.— Belmont Castle,
nr. Grays, Essex.

HUGH VERNER DOBSON, Esq., J. P. co. Somerset.
Born Nov. 3, 1859, being the third but only surviving son
of the late William Dobson of Gilnow, co. Lancaster, and
of Oakwood, Bath, co. Somerset, by his wife Elizabeth,
dau. of Benjamin Dobson. Armorial bearings— Argent,
a fesse invected, in chief two lions' gambs erased in saltire
between as many fleurs-de-lys all gules. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, two lions'
gambs erased proper, entwined by a chain or, and sur-
mounted by a fleur-de-lys gules. MottO — " Robur cum
virtute." Married, Sept. 22, 1885, Evelyn Diana, second
dau. of Col. W. J. Verner. Club — Athenaeum.

DOBSON (H. Coll., 1926). Sable, a cross patonce,
between four suns in splendour or. Mantling sable and
or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, two dcmi-lions
combatant gules, supporting a rose argent, barbed,
seeded, leaved, and slipped proper. Motto — " Cui
servire regnare."

Only son of Robert Dobson. of Ugthorpe House,
Yorks., b. 1821 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1849, Elizabeth, d. of
Thomas Jackson, of Warrington : —
Robert Dobson, Esq., J. P. N.R. Yorks., h. 1859.
Seat — Ugthorpe House, Ugthorpe, Yorks.

(1905I, D.L. and J. P. Born Dec. 21, 1850, being the eldest
surviving son of the late Thomas Dockreil, Esq. , J. P. , by his
wife Anne Morgan Brooks. Armorial bearings— -Urgent, a
fesse azure, between two crescents in chief of the last and a
wreath of oak leaves in base proper. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion
rampant, gorged with a wreath of oak leaves proper, and
charged on the shoulder with a crescent of the arms.
Motto—" Semper idem." Married Margaret Sarah, dau.
of George William Shannon; and has surv. /j.fwf— Henry

Morgan Dockreil, Esq. ; Maurice Dockreil, Esq. ; Kenneth
Brooks Dockreil, Esq., K.C. ; and Anne Dorothy. M.B.,
Jies. — Camolin, Monkstown, co. Dublin.


DODD (H. Coll.). Barry of six argent and sable, on
a saltire gules a cobble or between four crescents of
the field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath cf the colours, a countryman habited in the
costume of the 14th century, supporting with the dexter
hand a bill all proper. Motto — " Dare all, do all."
Son of John Dodd, of Blackhcath : —

Sir Edwin Dodd, Knt. Bach. (1926), b. 1858; w.1883,,
Emma, d. of Josiah Bath, of North Cray, Kent; and
has issue — Cecil Kingsley Dodd, Esq., b. 1888 ; Edwin
Ashley Dodd, Esq., b. 1890. Res. — Springfield, South
Hill, Bromley, Kent.

DODD of Burton Grange (H. Coll.). Argent, on a
pale gules, cottiscd wavy sable, a lion rampant between
two crescents or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a garb vert, charged with a
sun in splendour or, and banded with a snake entwined
proper. Motto — " In copia cantus."

Son of Dodd, of , b. ; tn.

William Ralph Dodd, Gentleman, b. . Seat —


DODS (H. Coll., 1872). Argent, on a fesse gules,
between two barrulets wavy azure, three crescents or,.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — A garb eiiicircled
and pierced by a serpent proper. Motto — " Divitiarum
invidia comes."

Sons of Andrew Chalmers Dods, Gentleman, of
Upper Norwood, b. 1840 ; d. 1887 ; m. 1864, Louisa,
d. of Col. Louis Hersand : —

Louis Ferdinand Dods, Gentleman, L.S.A.,L.M.S.S.A.
(Lond.),&. 1865 ; m. 1887, Lilian Florence, d. of Charles
Maclean ; and has surv. issue — Leslie Andrew Dods,.
Gentleman, 6. 1891 ; Marjorie ; Sybil Marie ; and Cecily.
Jigs. — 51 Sackville Road, Hove, Sussex. Chtb —
Royal Colonial Institute.

Joshua Chalmers Dods, Gentleman, b. 1868. Res. —
58 Penwortham Road, Streatham, S.W.16.

DODSON (H. Coll.). Argent, en a fesse raguly plain
cottised between six fleurs-de-lys all gules, a sword fessewise,
point to the dexter proper, pommel and hilt or. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, two
lions' gambs erased and in saltire gules, entwined by
a serpent, head to the dexter, proper. Motto—" Benigno
numine enisus. "

Son of John George, ist Baron Monk Bretton, Chancellor

of the Duchy of Lancaster, b. 1825; d. 1897; m. 1856,

Florence, d. of William John Campion of Danny,.

Sussex '. —

Rt Hon. John William Dodson, C.B., 2nd Baron Monk

Bretton (4 Nov. 1884), J. P. and D.L. Sussex, Major (ret.)'

Sussex Imp. Yeo. , Principal Private Sec. to Sec. of State

for Colonies 1900-3, prev. Assis. Priv. Sec. to Sec. of Slate

for Foreign Affairs, formerly Attach^ Diplomatic Service

[Supporters— On either side a female figure proper, vested

argent, mantle azure, each resting the exterior hand on

an antique shield also azure, adorned gold, that on the

dexter charged with a balance suspended, that on the

sinister with a staff erect entwined by a serpent all or], b.

1869- m. 1911, Ruth, second d. of Hon. Charles Brand of

Little Dene, Lewes, Sussex, and has issue— Hon John

Charles Dodson, b. 1924; and Hon. Priscilla. Seat —

Convboro, Lewes, Sussex. /?«.— 11 Vale Avenue, Chelsea,

S.W.3. C/«^.s— Travellers', Brooks's.

RICHARD BALL DODSON, Gentleman, only son of
Richard Whatcoat Dodson, by his wife Harriett Stiles,
only daughter of the late Joseph H. Ball of Richmond
Hall Philadelphia, in Pennsvlvania, one of the United
States of America. Armorial bearings : Argent, a fesse
nebuly gules, in chief a trefoil slipped of the last between
two fleurs-de-lys sable, and in base a fieur-de-lys of the last
between two trefoils slipped of the second ; and for a Crest,
a demi-lion argent, holding in the dexter paw a trefoil, as in
the arms and resting the sinister paw on a fleur-de-lys sable r
with the Motto, "Credo." Postal address— 1 Vicarage
Gardens, Brighton, Sussex.

554 DOti


D'OLIER (U.O.)- Quarterly, i and 4, or, on a
chevron gules, between three bunches of grapes sable, a
crescent of the first, surmounted with a bezant, all within
a bordure azure, senile of fleurs-de-lys of the first ; 2. azure,
three columns of the Corinthian order in fesse proper, each
surmounted with a dove close argent ; 3. gules, on a fesse
or, three martlets sable within a bordure ermine. Mantling
gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a dove
close argent, holding in his beak an ear of wheat or. Motto
— " La bont6 de Dieu." Livery — Dark blue.

SonsoflsaacArthurD'Olier, M.B.,F.R.C.S.,F.R.C.P.,
b. 1825 ; d. 1871 ; 7n. 1855, Elizabeth Sarah, d. of
James Bamford of Gad's Hill : —
Isaac James D'Olier, late Civil Service, b. 1857; m.
Louise, d. of James Sherman. Res. —

Richard Henry D'Olier, Gentleman, b. 1862 ; m. 1897,
Elizabeth Mabel Anne, d. of George David Masson of
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; and has issue— Richard Henry D'Olier,
Gentleman, b. 1898. Res. —

Son of Edmund D'Olier, Esq., of Knocklinn, High
Sheriff of the City of Dublin, <J. 1821 ; d. 1887; m. ,
Maria Louisa, eld. d. of Isaac Manders of Castlesize,
CO. Kildare : —
Edmund D'Olier, Gentleman, b. 1857; m. 1891, Alice,
d. of late William Gore of Innismore Hall, Enniskillen,
CO. Fermanagh ; and has issue — Edmund William D'Olier,
Gentleman, b. 1897 [m. 1925, Beatrice, d. of R. Blair] ;
Bertrand Gv.y D'Olier, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; Sylvia May ;
and Florence Charlotte. i\'«.— Wingfield Bray, co. Wick-
low ; 9 Eustace St., Dublin. C/ub—KMare St. (Dublin).

DOLLING (U.O.). Per fesse argent and azure, a fesse
dancett^e per fesse sable and of the first. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, a
buck's head proper, attired or, gorged with two birs
dancett(!e argent. Motto — " Spero."

Son of Robert Holbeche Dolling, Esq., of Magheralin,

J.P. Down and Monaghan, J.P. ,D.L. Londonderry

(HighSheriff 1865), Barrister-at-Law,i^. 1809; d. 1878;

tn. 1842, Eliza, third d. of Josias du Pr6 Alexander,

J. P. (nephew of James, ist Earl of Caledon ) : —

Caledon Josias Dolling, Gentleman, b. 1857; m. 1883,

Harrietts Amabel {d. 1909), d. of John Gregory Grace of

Springfield, Dulwich ; and has issue— (i) Caledon Robert

John Dolling, Gentleman, fi. 1886 ; (2) Harry Holbeche

Dolling, Gentleman, (?>. 1893 ; Ulrica Margaret ; Mary Noel;

and Dorothea Cecil. Res. —

DOLMAGE or DELMEGE (U.O.). Per chevron

argent and azure, in chief two crescents of the last,

issuant therefrom as many fleurs-de-lys gules, and in base

a crescent or, and issuant therefrom a fleur-de-lys of the

same, in the centre chief point a spear's head proper, gutt^-

de-sang. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a v\reath

of the colours, a boar's head erased and erect per pale proper

and gules, armed or. Motto—" Inveniam aut faciam."

Only surv. son of Austin Jonas Delmege of Rathkeale,

formerly of the 49th and 22nd Regts. , and in the 87th

R. Irish Fusiliers ; served also with the Italian Army,

was a Knight of SS. Maurice and Lazarus and of

the Crown of Italy, of Rathkeale, co. Limerick; b.

1838 ; (/. 1913 ; m. 1864, Frances Millicent, only child

of Capt. Goodrich Shedden, 8th Hussars, of Efford

Park, Hampstead: —

Francis Alfred Emilio Dolmage, Esq., late Capt. 4th

Militia Batt. Connaught Rangers, b. 1875.

Sons of Alfred Gideon Delmege, Esq., M.V.O., R.N.,
Fleet-Surgeon Royal Yacht Osborne 1884- 1900, Deputy
Insp.-Gen. of Hospitals and Fleets, Hon. Surgeon to
the King, M.D. (Roy. Univ., Irel.), b. 1846; d. 1923;
m. 1884, Mary Elizabeth, d. of Rt. Hon. James
Anthony Lawson, Judge of the High Court : —
Julius de Gorrequer Delmege, Gentleman, b.
James Anthony Delmege, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

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