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the whole within a bordure invected azure, charged with
eight holly leaves or (Irvine). Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest— On a chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a
salamander in flames of fire proper. Motto — "Jamais
arriere." Livery — Light drab, scarlet facings. Married,
Aug. 24, 1892, j'eannette Dugfuid {d. 1916), dau. of late Peter

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Hutchison of Thornwood, near Glasgow ; and has Issue —
Marion Ellen ; Jeannette Elizabeth Edith Grizel ; Margaret
Eupham Duguid; and Marjorie Alison Hutchison. Resi-
dence— ^rigXon, Douglastown, near Forfar. Club — Junior
United Service.

of Tilquhillie, Esquire, J. P. cos. of Kincardine and Aber-
deenshire. Born Feb. 16, 1865, being the eldest son of
John Sholto Douglas, by his wife Vanda, dau. of Baron
Ernest de Poellnitz and Isobella, d. of 17th Lord Forbes.
Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1800) — Quarterly, i and 4,
argent, a heart imperially crowned proper, on a chief azure,
three mullets of the field ; 2. argent, three piles gules, on
a chief of the last two mullets of the first ; 3. argent,
three mascles sable, on a chief ot the last as many lions
passant guardant of the first. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter hand issuing
from clouds holding a sword erect proper. Motto (over
the crest)— "God for us." Supporters— Two savages

wreathed head and middle with a garland of oak leaves,
each with a club in his e.xterior hand resting on his shoulder
proper. Married 'i^oy. 7, 1901, Baroness Olga de Renter,
only dau. of Baron de Reuter ; and has Issue — John Sholto
Douglas, b. 1904 ; Madeleine Clemence Ogilvie ; and Phoebe
Mary. Seats — Tilquhillie, Banchory, N.B. ; Falkenhorst,

DOUGLAS-CAMPBELL (L.O.). Quarterly, first and
fourth, counter-quartered, i. and 4, gyronny of eight
or and sable, each charged with a trefoil slipped
and counterchanged ; 2 and 3, argent, a lymphad
sable ; second and third grand quarters, argent, a
fessechequy gules and of the first between three mullets
in chief azure, and in base a man's heart of the second.
Mantling — Sable, doubled or ; and gules, doubled
argent. Crests — i. a lymphad, as in the arms; 2. an
oak-tree, with a lock hanging from one of the branches.
Mottoes — (i) " Vincit labor " ; (2) " Quae serata secura."
Eld. son of Robert Douglas-Campbell, Esq., Lieut.
R.N., b. 1842 ; d. 1896 ; m. 1869, Catherine Ellen,
d. of Capt. Thomas Hamilton Lindsay Miller: —
Archibald James Hamilton Douglas-Campbell, Esq.,
O.B.E., Major 4th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland High-
landers, served Great War (despatches 3 times, O.B.E.),
has Order of the White Eagle (Serbia), is heir male of
Campbell of Blythswood, b. 1884 ; m. 1913, Hon. Anna

Leonora Beatrice Massey, d. of 5th Baron Clarina ; and
has issue — Violet Storeene ; lona Sheila ; and Crania
Emerald Suzanne. Clubs — White's, New (Edinburgh),,
Conservative (Glasgow).

DOUGLAS-HAMILTON (L.O. c. 1672-7, and H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4 grand quarters; quarterly, i. and iiii.,
gules, three cinquefoilsermine(Hamilton); ii. and iii., argent,
a lymphad sable, with the sails furled proper, flagged gules
(Arran) ; 2 and 3, grand quarters, argent, a man's heart
gules, ensigned with an imperial crown proper, on a chief
azure three stars of the first (Douglas). Mantling gules,
doubled ermine. Crests — i. in a ducal coronet an oak-
tree fructed and penetrated transversely in the main stem,
by a frame-saw proper, the frame or (Hamilton) ; 2. on a
chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a salamander in flames
proper (Douglas). Supporters — Two antelopes argent,
armed, ducally gorged, chained and unguled or. Mottoes
— " Through " (Hamilton) ; " Jamais arriere " (Douglas).

Son of Capt. Charles Henry Douglas-Hamilton, R.N.,

b. 1808 ; d. 1873 ; m. 2nd, i860, Elizabeth Ann (d.

1867), only d. of Ven. Justly Hill, Archdeacon of"

Bucks. : —
The Most Noble Alfred Douglas Douglas-Hamilton,
13th Duke of Hamilton (12 April 1643), Marquess of
Douglas and Clydesdale, Earl of Angus, Arran, Lanark,
and Selkirk ; Lord Avon, Polmont, Machanshire, Inner-
dale, Abernethy, and Jedburgh Forest, Daer and Short-
cleuch in Scotland; Duke of Brandon, Suffolk, and Baron
of Dutton, CO. Chester; Premier Peer of Scotland, Here-
ditary Keeper of Holyrood House, D.L. co. Lanark, Hon.
Col. 6th Batt. Scottish Rifles, Hon. Lt.-Col. 4th Batt.
Highland L.I., b. 1862 ; 7n. 1901, Nina Mary Benita Dame
of Grace of St. John of Jerusalem, third d. of Major
Robert Poore ; and has issue — (i) Douglas Douglas-
Hamilton, commonly called Marquess of Douglas and
Clydesdale, b. 1903 ; (2) Lord George Nigel Douglas-
Hamilton, b. 1906 ; (3) Lord Malcolm Avendale Douglas-
Hamilton, b. 1909; (4) Lord David Douglas- Hamilton, iJ.
1912 ; Lady Jean ; Lady Margaret. Seats — Dungavel,
Strathaven, Lanarkshire ; Feme House, Shaftesbury,

DOUGLAS-HOME (L.O., 1881). Quarterly, first and
fourth grand quarters, quarterly i and 4. vert a lion ram-
pant argent, armed and langued gules (Home); 2 and 3,
argent, three popinjays vert, beaked and membered gules
(Pepdie of Dunglass) ; over all an escutcheon or, charged
with an orle azure (Landell) ; second and third grand
quarters, quarterly i. azure, a lion rampant argent, armed
and langued gules, crowned with an imperial crown or
(Lordship of Galloway) ; 2. or, a lion rampant gules, armed
and langued azure, debruised of a ribbon sable (Abernethy) ;
3. argent, three piles gules (Lordship of Brechin); 4. or, a
fesse chequy azure and argent, surmounted of a bend sable,
charged with three buckles of the field (Stewart of Bonkill) ;.
over all, in an escutcheon in the centre, argent, a man's
heart ensigned with an imperial crown proper, on a chief
azure, three mullets of the field (Douglas). Mantling
gules, doubled ermine. Crests — i. on a cap of mainten-
ance proper, a lion's head erased argent, armed and langued
gules (Home); 2. on a cap of maintenance proper, a sala-
mander vert, encircled with flames of fire, also proper. Sup-
porters — Two lions argent, armed and langued gules.
Mottoes — Over the first crest, "A Home, a Home, a
Home;" over the second crest, "Jamais arriere;" under
the arms, ' ' True to the end."

Only son of Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Alexander Douglas-
Home, i2th Earl of Home, K.T. , Lord-Lieut, co.
Lanark, D.L. for Berwickshire and Glasgow, Capt. irv
the Royal Archers, Hon. Col. 3rd and 4th Batts.
Scottish Rifles, and Lanarkshire Yeo. (T.D.), M.A.
Camb., A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1887-97, ('• 1834 ; d.
1918 ; m. 1870, Maria, only d. of Capt. Charles Conrad
Grey, R.N.:—
Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Cospatrick Archibald Douglas-
Home, 13th Earl of Home (4 March 1604-5), Baron Home,
and Baron of Dunglass in Scotland, Baron Douglas of
Douglas, CO. Lanark, Vice-Lieut, cos. Lanark and Berwick^
late Lt.-Col. Lanarkshire Yeo., Brigadier Roy. Company
of Archers (King's Bodyguard for Scotland), b. 1873; m.
IC02, Lady Lilian, d. of the 3rd Earl of Durham ; and has
issue ^ — Alexander Frederic Douglas-Home, commonly
called Lord Dunglass, b. 1903 ; Hon. Henry Montagu
Douglas-Home, b. 1907; Hon. William Douglas-Home,
b. 1912 ; Hon. Edward Charles Douglas-Home, b. 1920;




Hon. George Cospatrick Douglas-Home, i. 1922 ; Lady
Bridget; and Lady Rachel. Seats — The Hirscl, ("old-
stream ; Douglas Castle, Lanarkshire. Ciui — New (Edin-

DOUGLAS-PENNANT (R.L., 25 Jan. 1841, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, I. quarterly, i and 4, per bend sinister ermine
and ermines, a lion rampant or (Pennant); 2 and 3,
quarterly, i. and iiii. argent, a human heart gules ensig^ed
with a crown or, on a chief azure, three mullets of the
field ; ii. and iii. argent, three piles gules and in chief two
mullets of the field (Douglas); II. the same arms of
Douglas by male descent; III. the arms of Dawkins-
Pennant, viz. quarterly, i and 4, the same arms of Pennant ;
2 and 3, gules, a lion passant guardant or, between two
roses in pale argent, the whole between as many flaunches
of the second, each charged with a lion rampant sable
(Dawkins); IV. the same arms of Pennant by inheritance
(granted 2 May 1580). Mantling sable and argent.
Crests — I. out of a ducal coronet, an antelope's head
argent, maned and tufted or (Pennant) ; 2. on a wreath of
the colours, a sanglier between the cleft of an oak-tree
fructed, with a lock holding the clefts together all proper
(Douglas). Motto — " .^quo animo. "

Son of Rt. Hon. Edward Sholto Douglas-Pennant, 3rd

Baron Penrhyn of Llandegai, co. Carnarvon, J. P. and

D.L CO. Carnarvon, late Major and Hon. Lt.-Col.

Buckinghamshire Imp. Yeo., <?. 1864; d. 1927; m.

1887. the Hon. Blanche Fitzroy, d. of the 3rd Baron

Southampton : —

Rt. Hon. Hugh Napier Douglas-Pennant, 4th Baron

Penrhyn (U.K. 3 Aug. 1866) [Supporters— On either side

an antelope proper, collared and chained or, the dexter

having suspended from the collar an escutcheon gules,

charged with a man's head couped and affronl6e proper],

6. 1894 ; m. IQ22, Hon. Sybil Mary Hardinge, d. of 3rd

Viscount Hardinge. Seats — Penrhyn Castle, Bangor;

Wicken Park, Stony Stratford, /^es. — Wilderswick, East


Sons of the Hon. Archibald Charles Harry Douglas-
Pennant, Lieut. -Col. Grenadier Guards, fi. 1837 ; d.
1884; m. 1865, the Hon. Harriet Ella Gifford, d. of
the 2nd Baron Gifford : —
Frank Douglas-Pennant, Esq., served Great War. Lt.-
Col. loth Service Batt. K.R.R.C, Major King's Royal
Rifle Corps, d. 1865 ; m, ist, 1892, Maud Eleanora (whom
he divorced 1903I, d. of Col. John Hardv ; 2nd, 1905,
Alice Nelly, d. of Sir William Charles Cooper, 3rd Bart., of
Whittlebury Lodge, co. Nonhants. ; and has issue — (i)
Cyril Eustace Douglas-Pennant, Esq., Lt.-Comdr. R.N.,
D.S.C., served Great War (despatches),^. 1894 [wj. 1917,
Phyllis Constance, d. of Lt.-Col. Oswald Mosley Leigh,
and has issue^Sheila Frances] ; (2) Malcolm Frank
Douglas- Pennant, Gentleman, />. 1908 ; (3) Nigel Douglas-
Pennant, Gentleman, d. 1909 ; Bridget Violet [f/i. 1923,
Capt. C. H. Miller, i3/i8th Hussars]; Eileen Maud; and
Susan Victoria. Res. — Sholebroke Lodge, Towcester.

Claud Douglas-Pennant. Gentleman, M..A. (Oxnn. ),
Chancellor of Diocese of Bangor, Barrister-at-Law, I.T.,
i. 1867 ; m. 1922, Margaret, d. of Sir Harry Goschen,
istBart., K.B. E., and has issue— Henry Douglas-Pennant,
Gentleman, d. 1925; and Margaret. J?es. — Lamberts,
Sheering, Bishops Stortford. Chambers — i Temple
Gardens, Temple, E.C.

Archibald Douglas-Pennant, Gentleman, late Lieut. Herts.
Yeo., formerly Royal Scots, b. 1881; tn. 1905, Gwendoline,
d. of Alexander Eraser of Westerliekl, co. .Suffolk, ; and
has issue — (ii Ian Douglas-Pennant, Gentleman, h. 1906;
(2) Rodney Archibald Douglas-Pennant, Gentleman, b.
1913. Res. —

H. Coll.). Quarterly, first and fourth grand quarters,
quarterly, i and 4, argent, three lozenges conjoined in fesse
gules, a bordure sable (Montagu); 2 and 3. or, an eagle
displayed vert, beaked and membered gules (Monthermer) ;
second giand quarter, or, on a bend azure, a mullet of six
points between two crescents of the field (Scott) ; third
grand quarter, quarterly, i and 4, argent, a human heart
gules, crowned with an imperial crown or, and on a chief
azure, three mullets of the field (Douglas) ; 2 and 3, azure,
a bend between six cross crosslets fitchee or (Mar), the
whole of this quarter within a bordure or, charged with a
double tressure of Scotland, gules. Mantling' gules and
argent. Crests — i. upon a wreath of his liveries, a griffin's
head couped or, beaked and wings endorsed sable (Mon-

tagu); 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a stag trippant
proper, attired and unguled or (Scott) ; 3. upon a wreath of
the colours, a heart gules, winged and ensigned with an
imperial crown or (Douglas). Supporters— Two griflSns
or, winged, beaked, and membered sable, each charged on
the shoulder with a chapeau azure, turned up ermine.
Motto — "Spectemur agendo."

Eld. son of Lord Henry John Douglas-Scott .Montagu,
ist Baron Montagu of Beaulieu, J. P. and D.L. for
Hants, and Selkirk, J. P. Midlothian, C.A. for Hants.,
and Hon. Col. 4th Vol. Batt. Hants. Regt., M.P.
for Selkirk 1861-8, and for South Hants. 1868-84,
b. 1832; d. 1905; m. 1865, Hon. Cecily Susan, yst. d.
of John, 2nd Lord Wharncliffe: —
Rt. Hon. John Walter Edward Douglas-Scott-Montagu,
2nd Baron Montagu of Beaulieu (29 Dec. 1885), K.C.I.E.,
C.S.I. , F.L.S., V.D. (1925), Hon. Brig. -Gen. A.M.I.M.E..
A.I.C.E., J. P. and D.L. and C.C. for Hants., M.P. for
New Forest Div. of Hants. 1892-1905, Lt.-Col. Comdg.
and Hon. Col. 7th Batt. Hampshire Regt., H.Q. Staff,
Indian Army, Advisor on Mechanical Transport Services
to Govt, of India, 1915-19, b. 1866; m. ist, i88g. Lady
Cecil Victoria Constance (d. 1919), d. of 9th Marquess of
Lothian, K.T. ; and has issue — Hon. Helen Cecil; and
Hon. Elizabeth Susan; 2nd, 1Q20, Alice Pearl, d. of Maj.
Barrington Crake, and has issue — Hon. Edward John
Barrington Douglas-Scott-Montagu, b. 1926 ; Hon. Anne
Rachel ; and Hon. Caroline. Seat — Palace House, Beau-
lieu, Brockenhurst. Clubs — Carlton, Bachelors', Beef-
steak, Royal Automobile, Royal Yacht Squadron.


12, 1853, being the only son of the late Sir Henry Doulton,
Knight Bachelor, J. P., by his wife Sarah, dau. of John
Lewis Kennaby. Armorial bearings — Azure, on a pale
invected or, between two goats' heads erased of the last,
a lion rampant sable between two escallops gules. Mant-
ling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a demi-lion sable, holding in the dexter paw a cross crosslet
or, and resting the sinister upon an escutcheon argent,
charged with a vase proper. Motto — ' ' Le beau est la splen-
dour de vrai." Livery — Black. Married, April 18, 1885,
Jessie Maria, dau. of Geo. Thompson White. Seats — Bowling
Green House, Putney Heath, S. W. ; Woolpit, Ewhurst, near
Guildford, Surrey. Clubs — Junior Carlton, St. Stephen's,


DOWD.ALL of Liverpool (H. Coll., 22 Jan. 1913).
Gules, on a fesse argent between in chief three, and in
base one martlet or, two martlets of the field. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — Upon clouds proper, a
martlet sable, gorged with an antique crown gold.
Motto—" Decrevi."

Son of Thomas Dowdall of Liverpool, h. 1815 ;
d. \%TJ ; m. 2nd, 1865, Elizabeth Grace Chaloner : —

His Honour Judge Harold Chaloner Dowdall, K.C.,
Judge of County Court ; Chancellor of the Dioceses of
Liverpool and Bristol; Lord Mavor of Liverpool 1908-9,
B.C.L., M.A. (Oxen.), h. 1868 ;' m. 1897, Hon. Mary
Frances Harriet, d. of i6th Baron Borthwick ; and has
issue — James Borthwick Dowdall, Esq., h. 1910 ; Ursula
Gabrielle [>n. 1920, Charles Alexander Petrie]; Ariana
Elizabeth Blanche {m. 1923, Lieut. -Comdr. Patrick
Straton Campbell, R.N. (ret.)] ; Mary Judith Paulina.
Res. — Melfort Cottage, Boar's Hill, Oxford.

DOWDALL (U.O., Fun. entry, 1617). Gules, a fess
between five doves argent. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a martlet argent,
crowned or.

Sons of late Rev. Launcelot Dowdall, M.A., Rector of
Rathfarnham, m. 1846, Maria, d. of John Downing,
Judge of the Supreme Court of the Kandian Provinces : —

Rev. Launcelot John George Downing Dowdall, B.D.,
LL.B. (Dub.). .ff«.— West Lodge, Sackville Road, Hove,

Sir Laurence Charles Edward Downing Dowdall, Knt.
(1912), C.B. (Civ., 1901), M.A. (Trin. Coll., Dub.), was
Private Sec. to successive Chief Secretaries for Ireland ,
1892-1901, Head of Administrative Dept. Chief Secretary's
Office, Dublin, igoi-13. i?<.r.— The Grange, Ballyragget,
CO. Kilkenny. Club — University (Dublin).




DOWLAND (U.O.). Argent, three heraldic tigers
passant guardant azure, on a chief sable a cross of St.
John of Jerusalem between two escallops or. Mant-

bend, one and two, all countercharged (Smith of Aspley
House I. Quartering also Orlebar, Hervey.and Chernocke.
Mantling' sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the

ling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, an heraldic tiger passant guardant azure, holding
in the dexter paw a cross as in the arms. Motto — " Sub
cruce vincam." Livery — Dark blue, buff facings.

Only son of John Dowland, Gentleman, of New-
castle, New South Wales, b. 1853 ; d. 1927 ; m.
1875, Margaret Elizabeth, d. of Michael Walsh, of
Redfern, Sydney, N.S.W. : —
Rev. Frank Michael Dowland, M.C., Clerk in Holy
Orders, Hon. Chaplain to the Forces, Vicar of Kings-
weare, b. 1884 ; m. 1909, Irene, d. of I3ernard Pilgram,
Gentleman, of Fermanagh, Claremont, Cape Province,
S. Africa ; and has issue — Bernard Harold Dowland,
Gentleman, 6. 1910; John Noel Dowland, Gentleman,
b. 1914 ; and Irene Michal. Res. — The Vicarage,
Kingsweare, S. Devon.

DOWNE, Viscount, see DAWN AY.

DOWNER of Purley (H. Coll.). Or, on a cross azure,
between in the first and fourth quarters a rose gules,
barbed vert, seeded of the first, and in the second
and third a wreath of mimosa proper, a sword erect
argent, hilted and pommelled of the first. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
bulldog passant argent, collared with a chaplet vert of
roses gules, resting the dexter forepaw upon a wreath of
mimosa as in the arms. Motto — " Lahore et tenacitate."
Son of the late Harold Downer, of Australia : —

Sir Harold George Downer, Knt. Bach. (1925), LL.B.,
Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature in England,
b. 1871 ; m. 1897, Elfrida Lilian, d. of George Eldred,
and has issue — i dau. Res. — The Homestead, Gibson's
Hill, S.W.16.

DOWNES of Aspley Guise (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and
4. per pale sable and gules, a stag lodged argent, holding
in the mouth an ear of wheat leaved and slipped or, between
four garbs saltirewise of the third (Downes) ; 2 and 3, per
fesse nebuly sable and argent, a pale with three cross
crosslets crossed two and one, and as many demi-men
affront^e couped, each holding in both hands a club in

colours, upon two ears of wheat leaved and slipped or, a

lapwing with wings addorsed proper. Motto— " Soies

content." Livery— B\, white facings.

Sons of Charles Villiers Somerville Downes, Esq., J. P.
for the CO. of Bedford, High Sheriff 1896, Lt.-Col. late
E. Lanes. Regt., d. 1846; d. 1909; ni. 1884, Catherine
Elizabeth Anne {Ifes. — Aspley House, Aspley Guise,
Beds.), dau. ol the late F. Thompson, Esq., of Wimble-
don Park : —
The late Villiers Chernocke Downes, Gentleman, l>. 1891 ;

killed in action 1914. Estates — Aspley House, Aspley

Guise, in co. of Bedford, and Kites Hardwick Manor, in

CO. of Waiwick.
The late Archer Chernocke Downes, Gentleman, d. 1892 ,

killed in action. 1914.

Son of Rev. Richard Downes, M.A. (Oxon.), late
Vicar of Sundon (Oxon.), <^. 1810 ; d. 1857; w. 1846,
Charlotte Julia Ehzabeth, d. and coh. of late Lt.-Col.
C. Hervey Smith of Aspley House, J. P., D.L. :—
Tohn Sheen Downes, Gentleman, d. 1850; m. 1891, Mary.

dau. of Dr. J. Bentley. Post. add. — Newmarket, Ontario,


Downes. Arms of Downes only.

Sons of Logan Downes, 6. ; d. ; m. : —

Logan Lewis Downes, Gentleman, i. . Res. —

Arthur Downes, Gentleman, Indian Police, b.

DOWNING (H. Coll.). Barry wavy of eight argent and
vert, a swan rising and regardant sable, on a chief arched
of the second two garbs or. Mantling vert and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, a
swan as in the arms, holding in the beak an ear of wheat
stalked, leaved, and slipped, and on the dexter side a garb,
both or.

Sons of William Downing of Holly Lodge, Smethwick,





William Edward Downing, Gentleman, b.
Res. — Elm Lodge, Hagley, Worcs.

Thomas Lee Downing, Gentleman, t.


Hall. Stourbridge.

DOWNSHIRE, Marquess of, see HILL.

DOWSE (U.O.). Sable, on a chevron chequy
argent and azure, between three talbots passant or, a
rose gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a ram's head erased argent,
armed or, collared azure. Motto — " Douce and loyal."
Livery — Black and white.

Sons of Surgeon Richard Robert Dowse, 70th Regt.,
b. 1816; d. 1859; m. 1848, Caroline, d. of John
Thomas, of Brecon : —

Richard Thomas Edward Dowse, Esq., Col. late
comdg. 'St Batt. Suffolk Rcgt., b. 1849; »«• 1888,
Annie Octavia, d. of the late Rev. Octavius Hammond,
Vicar of Herringswell, Suffolk; and has issue — (i)
Richard John Octavius Dowse, Esq., Capt. R.A.S.C., b.
1893 [t«.i9i5, Frances Maud, only d. of George James,
of Morden, Dorset, and has issue — Richard Steele Dowse,
Gentleman, b. 1923] ; (2) Robert Esmond Dowse,
Gentleman, h. 1903. Res. — Northgate House, Bury
St. Edmund's, Suffolk.

Edward Cecil Dowse, Esq., Lt.-Col. late comdg. 2nd
Batt. The Sherwood Foresters, b. 1854 ; m. ist, 1881,

Edith Hay {d. 1915), d. of W. G. Chapman, Esq., J. P.,
of Paul's Cray Hill, co. Kent; 2nd, 1925, Constance
Evelyn, d. of the late Gen. Frederick Close, R.A., of
Shanklin, TO.W. Res. — Batsford, The Park, Chelten-

Son of Henry James Dowse, b. 184 1 ; d. 1895 ; m.

Rose, d. of Richayd Willoughby Stevens : —
George Willoughby Dowse, Gentleman, b. 1869 ;
m. 1906, Rosine, d. of Patrick Kenne, of Orange, N.S.W.
and has issue — Henry Esmond Willoughby Dowse,
Gentleman, b. 1907. Res. — Sydney.

DOXAT (Arms granted in Germany 1647, recorded
H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, or, issuant out of the
base a derai-lion rampant sable ; 2 and 3, sable, two
dolphins hauriant addorsed argent, crowned or. Motto
— ' • TO Ai<2 AeSA."

Eldest son of Edmund Theodore Doxat, Esq., J. P.,

of Woodgreen Park, Cheshunt, Herts., b. 1829 ;

d. 1817 ; w. 1859, Emma, d. of F. Cobb, M.D., of

Frensham, Surrey : —
Francis Reginald Doxat, Gentleman, b. i860 ; m.

1 90 1, Lillias Annie, d. of Charles Parbury, of 3 De Vere
Gardens, S.W. ; and has issue — Edmund Charles Doxat,
Gentleman, 6. 1902. Seat — Champions, West Grinstead,
Sussex. Club — Junior Carlton.

DOYLE (Fun. entry, U.O., 1638). Argent, three bucks'
heads erased gules, attired or, within a bordure compony
counter-compony of the last and azure. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a buck's
head, coupetl gules, attired argent, ducally gorged or.
Motto — " Fortitudine vincit."

Sons of Sir Francis Hastings Charles Doyle, and Bart.,
D.C.L., b. 1810; (/. 1888; w. 1844, Sidney, d. of
Rt. Hon. C. W. Williams Wynn, M.P. :—

Sir Everard Hastings Doyle, 3rd Bart. (18 Feb. 1828),
Clerk in the House of Commons, b. 1852. Res. — Selham
House, Petworth. C/k3 — Marlborough.

Lt.-Col. Arthur Havelock James Doyle, late Shrop-
shire l^t. Inf., late A.D.C. to Prince Edward of Saxe-
Weimar, b. 1858; m. 1903, Joyce E. M., d. of Hon.
G. T. Howard; and has issue— John Doyle, Gentleman,
b. igi2 ; Diana Violet Edith Constance ; and Margaret
Isabella Dorothy Evelyn. Res. — The Mount, Oswestry.
Clubs — Travellers', Army and Navy, Marlborough.

DOYLE (Confn. U.O.). Argent, three bucks' heads erased

gules, attired or, a bordure counter-compony of the last and

sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Out of a

coronet or, charged with a trefoil slipped vert, a buck's head

gules, attired of the first. Motto—" Fortitudine vincit."

Sons of John Hayes Doyle, H.E.I.C.S. (son of John

Doyle of Dunganstown, co. Wicklow, H.E.I.C.S.),

b. 1832 ; d. 1891 ; m. 1866, Frances Dorothea, d.

of Mervyn Paget Crofton of Waterworks Dept., City

Hall, Dublin :—

Arthur John Doyle, Gentleman, Solicitor of the Supreme

Court of Judicature, Assistant Principal Clerk H.M.'s

Commnrs. of Inland Revenue, Estate Duty Dept., Somerset

House, b. 1871 ; m. 1908, Ella Carlyon Poole, only d. of

Philip William Poole Carlyon-Britton, Esq., J. P. and D.L.,

of Hanham Court, Glos. ; and has issue— Terence Granville

Doyle, Gentleman, i^. 1909 ; and Audrey Elnyth Joan. Res.

— 19 West Lodge Avenue, Acton, W.

Clement Needham Doyle, Gentlemen, b. 1872 ; tn. 1903,
Elizabeth Florence, d. of William Henry Nicholls of
Penzance, Cornwall ; and has issue — Alan Nicholls Doyle,
Gentleman, b. ; and Rhona Olive. Res. — 3 High

Park Gardens, Kew Gardens.

D'OYLY (H. Coll. ). Gules, three bucks' heads caboshed
argent. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Out of a

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