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ducal coronet or, an estoile argent, between two wings
erect gules. Motto — " Do no ylle, quoth D'Oyll6. "

Sons of Sir Warren Hastings D'Oyly, loth Bart.,

Bengal Civil Service, b. 1838; d. 1921 ; m. (ist), 1859,

Henrietta [d. 1904), d. of Sir Frederick Halliday,

K.C.B. , Lt.-Gov. of Bengal; m. (2nd), 1909, Amy

Agnes, widow of Sir George Cotton, K.C.I.E., and d.

of James George White, Indian C.S. : —

Sir Hastings Hadley D'Oyly, nth Bart. (Eng. , 29 July

1663), Deputy Commissioner, Andaman Islands, b. 1864 ;

tn. ist, 1897, Beatrice Alice, d. of F. B. Clerk; and has

issue — Charles Hastings D'Oyly, Esq. , b. 1898 ; John

Rochfort D'Oyly, Esq., Lieut. R.N., b. 1899 ; and Maijorie

Isobel ; m. 2ndly, igio, Evelyn Maude, only d. of George

Taverner Miller of Westminster, London ; and has further

issue — Nigel Hadley Miller D'Oyly, Esq., i. 1914 ; Maude

Ethelnid Halliday ; and Beryl Evelyn. Res. — I he Knoll,

Walmer, Kent. Club — E.I. United Service.

Edward Halliday D'Oyly, Esq., b. 1865; tn. 1891,
Laura, d. of Herbert George Yatman ; and has issue —
Mary Edith ; and Mildred Dorothea. —

Warren Hastings D'Oyly, Esq., Vice-Adm. (ret). R.N.,
1^. 1867; m. 1912, Sylvia Agnes Alicia, only surv. d. of Lt.-
Gen. Sir Reginald Clare Hart, V.C, K.C.B. , K.C.V.O.,
and has issue — Reginald Clare Hastings D'Oyly, Gentle-
man, b. igi8. Res. — Eiwell Manor, Weymouth.

Henry Ralph Neville D'Oyly, Esq., Lt.-Col. (ret.) R.
Marine Light Infantry, b. 1878.

D'OYLY (H. Coll.). Or, two fleurs-de-lys in bend sable
between two bendlets azure. Mantling sable and or.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a denii-dragon argent,
wings elevated azure, holding between the claws a fieur-
de-lys sable. Mottoes " Omne solum forti patria;" and
" Do no ylle quoth D'Oyll^."




Sons of William D'Oyly, Esq., J. P. cos. of Nottingham
and Sussex, b. 1825 ; in. 1856, Emma Susan (d. 1909),
dau. of the Hon. and Rev. Edward Pellew : —

Guy Pellew D'Oyly, Gentleman, b. 1864. Post, add.—
II Lowndes Square, W.

Claude Pellew D'Oyly, Gentleman, b. 1866.

D'OYLY (H. Coll., 1821). Or, two fleurs-de-lys
in bend sable between two bendlets azure. Mantling
sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
demi-dragon argent, wings elevated azure, holding be-
tween the claws a ileur-de-Iys sable. Mottoes (over the
crest) — " Omne solum forte patria " ; (under the arms)
— "Do no ylle, quoth D'Oylle." Livery — Orange,
white facings.

Sons of Arthur Frederick D'Oyly, Gentleman, of

St. George's Road, London, S.W., b. 1857 ; d. 1925 ;

m. 1891, Mary, d. of Austin Piper, Esq., of The

Wilderness, Bracondale, Norwich : —
Charles Tristan D'Oyly, Gentleman, b. 1892. Res.
— 92 St. George's Road, London, S.W.i. Chib —

Paul Arthur Austin D'Oyly, Gentleman, Lieut, ist
Batt. The Devonshire Regt., 6. . Address — Higher

Barracks, Exeter.

Son of D'Oyly, Gentleman, b. ; d. ;

m. , : —

Francis Herbert D'Oyly, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

DOYNE. Quarterly i and 4, gules, a fesse dancett^e be-
tween three escallops argent (for Doyne) ; 2 and 3, azure, an
eagle displayed or (for O' Doyne). Mantling gules and
argent. Crests, i. upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-
eagle rising proper ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a
holly bush proper, in front thereof a lizard passant or.
Motto— " Mullac a boo." Livery — (Dress) : white, with
red facings ; (undress) : Oxford mixture, with red collar and

Sons of Charles Mervyn Doyne, Esq., J. P. and D.L.

CO. Wexford, M.A. Cantab., b. 1839; d. 1924; m.

1867, Lady Frances Mary {d. 28 Sept., 1903), eldest

dau. of the Rt. Hon. William Thomas Spencer Went-

worth-Fitzwilliam, 6th Earl Fitzwilliam : —

Robert Wentworth Doyne, Esq., late Capt. 4th Batt.

Oxon. Light Infantry, educated at Eton and Magdalene

Coll., Cambridge, b. i868 ; m. 1898, Lady Mary Diana

Lascelles, youngest dau. of the Rt. Hon. Henry Ulick,

5th Earl of Harewood ; and has issue — Robert Harry

Doyne, Gentleman, ^.1899. Res. — Marton Hall, Baschurch,


Dermot Henry Doyne, Esq., J.P- and D.L. co. Carlow,
High Sheriff 1902, b. 1871 ; m. 1905, Alice Gertrude, only
d. of Frank T. Brooke of Ardeen, co. Wicklow ; and has
issue — Charles Hastings Doyne, Gentleman, b. 1906;
Francis Mervyn Doyne, Gentleman, b. 1909. Res. — Ardeen,
Shillelagh, co Wicklow.




DREW (U.O.). Ermine, a lion passant gules. Motto
— " Drogo nomen et vitus arena dedit."

Son of Col. Francis Massy Drew of Drewscourt, J.P.,

7th Hussars, and Assistant Inspector of Remounts,

b. 1838; d. 1895; m. 1874, Mary Anne, eld. d. of late

Anthony Wilkinson of Coxhoe, co. Durham : —

Clennell Frank Massy Drew, Esq., J.P. co. Limerick,

(High Sheriff 1903), b. x^i-j-] ; m. 1907, Gladys, yst. d. of the

late Major H. Wilkinson of Oswald House, co. Durham ;

and has issue — Anthony Francis Clennel Drew, Gentleman,

b. 1911. Seat —

Sons of Ringrose Drew, Gentleman, b. 1841 ; d. 1895 ;
m. 1881, Anna Alicia Susanna, d. of William Ryan of
Ballymackeough, co. Tipperary : —
Francis William Massy Drew, Gentleman, b. 1881.

Ringfrose Charles Willington Drew, Gentleman, b. 1884;

DREW of Mocollop (U.O.). Ermine, a lion passant
gules. Motto—" Drogo nomen et vitus arma dedit."

Sons of Henry William Drew, Esq. , J. P. co. Waterford,

b. 1848; d. 1925; m. 1873, Cherry Geraldine (rf. 19x8)
only d. of Bolton S. Honeylorne:—
Henry William Drew, Gentleman, b. 1874 ; m. 1918,
Margaret Eileen, d. of J. M. bhand, and has issue — Cherry
Ida. Seat — Mocollop Castle, Ballyduff, co. Waterford.
Francis Charles Drew, Gentleman, b. 1875.
Desmond Drew, Gentleman, b. 1886; m. 1925, Phyllis
Martin. Res. —

DREW (H. Coll.). Ermine, a lion passant per pale
gules and or, in chief three ears of wheat stalked and
bladed of the last. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, in front of a bull's head sable,
gorged with a collar gemel, and holding in the mouth three
ears of wheat, a garb fessewise, all or. Motto — "Drogo
nomen et virtus arma dedit."

Sons of Rev. George Smith Drew, M.A. , Rector of

Avington, Winchester, b. 1819; d. 1880; m. 1845,

Mary, eld. child of William Peek of Loddeswell,

Devon : —

William Francis Drew, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law,

Inner Temple, b. ; m. 1877, Maria, d. of W. M.

Meigh, Esq., J. P., of Ash Hall, Staffs.

Julius Charles Drewe, Esq., J.P. co. Sussex, b. 1856
[Mottoes — " Drogo nomen et virtus arma dedit," and
" Deum adspice " (assumed the spelling of Drewe for
his name by Deed Poll, 12 Dec. 1910)] ; m. 1890,
Frances, yr. d. of Thomas Richardson of Buxton,
Derbyshire ; and has had issue — (i) Adrian Drewe,

b. 1891 ; killed in action 1917 ; (2) Basil Drewe, Esq.,
M.C., Capt. late R.G.A. , b. 1894 \fn. 1919, Ruth, d.
of the late Frank Haselden, of East Lynton, Ticehurst,
and has issue — Anthony Drewe, Gentleman, b. 1920] ; (3)
Cedric Drewe, Esq., late R F. A., M. P. S. Moulton Div.,
Devon, since 1924 ; b. 1896 \rn. 1918, Beatrice Foster, d. of
Campbell Newington, of Oakover, Ticehurst, and has issue
— Adrian Francis Drewe, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; Walter
Drewe, Gentleman, b. 1921 {Res. — 21 Wellington Court,
Knightsbridge, S.W.)]; and Mary. Seats — Wadhurst
Hall, Sussex ; Castle Drogo, Drewsteignton, Devon. Club
— Carlton.

ALFRED DREWE-MERCER, Gentleman. Armorial
bearings (R. L. , 5 July 1889, H. Coll.)— Quarterly, i and
4, or, on a fesse gules, three bezants, in chief a crescent
between two crosses pat6e, and in base a cross pat^e between
two crescents azure (Mercer); 2 and 3, erminois, a lion
passant gules, in chief three stags' attires proper (Drewe).
Crests — I . on a wreath of the colours , a heron's head couped,




holding in the beak an eel twined round the neck proper,
between two crosses pat6e azure (for Mercer) ; 2. on a
wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, a stag courant
proper, in front of a gate or (for Drewe). Residence—

DREYER (U.O.). Perfesse argent and gules, chaperonn6
azure, in chiet a trefoil slipped and inverted vert, and in base
three roundels, each charged with a quatrefoil argent.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, an arm vanibraced, the hand gauntleted, grasping

Mantling gules and argent. Greet— Three ears of wheat.

a trident bend sinisterwise argent, the shaft proper. Motto
— " Uden arbeide ingen lykke."

Sons of John Louis Emil Dreyer, Esquire, M. A., Ph.D.,

Pres. Roy. Astronomical Soc. 1923-5, b. 1852 ; d. •i<)'2b ;

m. 1875. Katherine Hannah, eldest dau. of John

Tuthill, Esq.. formerly of Kilmore, co. Limerick: —

JohnTuthill Dreyer, Esq., C.B., D.S.O.. Col. Comdt..

served S. Africa 1901-2, and Great War 1914-19. Chevalier

Legion of Honour, Officer Order of Leopold and Croix de

Guerre (Belgium), b. 1876 ; m. 1914, Penelope, d. of A.

R. Holme, yn^st. son of the late Bryan Holme Holme, of

Paulhulme, Yorks. {q.v.), and has issue — John Frederic

Rodney Dreyer, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; Christopher William

Stuart Dreyer, Gentleman,*. igiB ; and Katherine Penelope.

Res. — Whinrig, Horsham Road, Sussex. Club — United

Frederic Charles Dreyer, Esq., C.B. (Civ. and Mil.),

C.B.E., Rear-Admiral, b. 1878; m. 1901, Una Maria,

d. of Rev. J. T. Hallett ; and has issue— Richard Christopher

John Dreyer, Gentleman, Midshipman R. N., b. 1908;

Desmond Parry Dreyer, Gentleman, Naval Cadet R.N.,

b. 1910; Raymond Gamier Dreyer, Gentleman, b. 1917 ;

Phyllis Una Tuthill ; and Dorothea Joy. Res. - The

Avenue House, Alverstoke, Hants. C/w*— United Service.

George Villiers Dreyer, Esq., Major R.A., b. 1883.

DROGHEDA, Earl of, see MOORE.

DRON (H. Coll., I July 1920). Argent, on a bend
between two gillyflowers gules, leaved and slipped vert,
a horse courant of the field. Mantling gules and argent.
(jjest — On a wreath of the colours, issuant out of water
proper a demi-horse argent, holding in the mouth a
gillyflower as in the arms. Motto—" Who's afeard."
Son of Thomas Dron, of Dorchester, Dorset, h.
; m. : —

The late Sir Thomas Middleton Dron, Knt. (1924),
b. 1861 ; d. 1924 ; m. 1908, Flo E. (/?«.— Tregenna,
Southend), d. of Francis Coutts, of Edinburgh ; and
left issue.

DRINKWATER (H. ColL). Per pale gules and
azure, on a fesse wavy argent, between three garbs
or, as many billets of the second, impaling, gules,
on a bend ermine, three cinquefoils sable (Roddam).

one in pale and two in saltire, enfiled with a ducal coronet
all or. Motto — "Sapiens qui assiduus."

Son of Sir William Leece Drinkwater, Knt. Bach.,
Bar.-at-Law, M.A, (Camb.), First Deemster in the Isle
of Man until 1897, b. 1812 ; d. 1909 ; m. 1840, Elinor,
dau. of Peter Bourne of Liverpool and Hackinsall Hall,
CO. Lancaster: —
George Drinkwater, Esq.. M.A. (Camb.), Barrister-at-
Law, formerly Crown Receiver, and Seneschal and a J. P.
for the Isle of Man, b. 1852; m. i88o, Mary Wyse Roddam,
granddaughter of Roddam J. Roddam of Roddam ; and
has surv. issue — (i) John Roddam Drinkwater, Esq., H.M.
Crown Receiver of Wales, and Isle of Man, M.A. (Camb.)
Temp. Major R.A. 1914-18, b. 1888 [;«. 1913, Ethel Mary,
eldest d. of late Rev. Charles Alexander Borrer of Horse-
heath, Camb.]; (2) Roddam Collingwood Drinkwater,
Gentleman, M.A. (Camb.), b. 1894 \m. 1926, Dorothy
Mary, eld. d. of William Adeney]- Estate and post. add. —
Kirby Park, Douglas, Isle of Man. Club — Oxford and

DROUGHT (U.O.). Or, a chevron vert, between three
wolves' heads erased gules. Mantling vert and or. Crest

On a wreath of the colours, a rainbow issuant from clouds

proper. Motto — " Semper sitiens." Livery — Dark green,
crimson facings.

Sons of Thomas Armstrong Drought, Esq., J. P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1889, Capt. 28th Regt., b. June
30, 1857; d. 1918 ; in. Nov. 6, 1884, Mary Letitia,
d. of Lieut. -Col. Edward Osborne Broadley, 32nd

L.I. : —
John VicLor Drought, Esq., Major Indian Army, served
Great War 1914-17,*. 1887; m. 1921, Caroline Violet, d.
of the late T. H. Drought, of Whigsboro, and has issue—

I son.
Francis Gerald Drought, Gentleman, b. 1888.
Thomas David Broadley Drought, Gentleman, b. 1900.
Sons of Thomas Henry Drought, Esq., J. P., b. 1855 ;
d 1916; m. 1888, Madeline Kyra, eldest dau. of
Capt. e! C. M'Murdo, late 79th Highlanders:—
Alexander Charles Drought, Gentleman, b. 1899 ; m.
1923 Lilian Phyllis, yngst. d. of William Savage Akerman
of Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, and has issue— Virginia
Patience; and Ann. 5«a<— Whigsboro, Birr, Kmgs County.
George Edward Drought, *. 1910.




DROWER (H. Coll., 31 Aug. 1922). Azure, a chevron
engrailed between in chief three mullets argent, and in
base a bow with arrow fixed proper. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-griffin
erased sable, charged on the shoulder with a mullet argent,
and holding in the dexter talon an arrow erect proper.
Motto — " Repos ailleurs."

Son of George Marwood Drower, of Axminster,
b. 1820 ; m. 1847 : —

John Edmund Drower, Esq., C.B.E. (1919). ^- 1853 ;
m. 1878, Bessie Florence, d. of E. Chivers. Res. —
Warwick House, 49 Mount Ephraim Road, Streatham,

Sir John Frederick Drughorn, ist Bart., of Ifield Hall,
Sussex (20 June 1922), b. 1862 ; m. 1883, Elizabeth, d. of
Lewis Berlips ; and has surv. issue — Frederica Christina
[m. 1918, Alfred Puddicombe, M.C. {Res. — Lang Warren,
Manor Way, Beckenham, Kent)] ; Lucienne Frederica
[m. 1914, Dacre de Jersey Croudace ; and has issue
{Res. — Hewitt House, WUlesborough, Kent)] ; Elizabeth
Frederica [m. 1922, Edward John Bowie ; and has issue
{Res. — Benavie, Woodcote Road, Wallington)] ; and
Maud Frederica [m. 1926, L. J. Berry, B Sc.]. Seats —
Ifield Hall, co. Sussex ; The Wigwam, Gorleston-on-Sea.
Town res. — 3 Harcourt House, Cavendish Square, W.i.
Club — British Empire.

DRUGHORN of Ifield Hall (H. CoU.). Per chevron
gules and or, in chief two garbs of the second, and in
base three trefoils in chevron slipped vert. Mantling
gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon
a mount, in front of a mountain-ash tree fructed, a bay
horse grazing all proper. Badge — Two branches of
mountain-ash in saltire fructed proper, enfiled by a
circlet or. Motto — " Utiter ante quaesitis."

Son of John Drughorn, of , b. ;

m. : —

.^ of Megginch, Capt. Reserve of Officers, late Capt.
Grenadier Guards, served in Soudan Campaign, 1885
(medal and clasp and Khedive's star), ist class
Friederick Order, J. P. and D.L. co. Perth, Groom
of the Privy Chamber to the late Queen Victoria,
appointed 1893 Groom-in-Waiting in Ordinary to the
Queen. Born March 2, 1856, being the eldest son of the
late John Murray Drummond, Esquire, of Megginch, late
Captain Grenadier Guards, by Frances his wife, fourth




dau. of General Sir John Oswald, Knight Grand Cross of
the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, Knight Grand
Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael
and Saint George, of Dunnikier. Armorial bearings
(1791, 1805, 1894, L.O.) — Per fesse wavy or and gules,
and impaling the arms of Amherst, namely, quarterly,
1 and 4, gules three tilting-spears, two and one or,
headed argent (for Amherst) ; 2. per saltire argent and or,
in fesse two lions rampant gules, in chief and in base a
dexter arm couped at the elbow, habited gules, cuffed azure
and hand proper, holding a cross crosslet htch^e erect also
gules (for Daniel) ; 3. or, on a chevron azure between three
marigolds slipped proper, two lions passant respecting each
other or, wiihin a bordure compony argent and azure (for
Tyssen). Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting
his degree, with a Mantling gules and or ; and upon a
wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, two arms proper,
drawing an arrow to the head in a bow or ; and in an escrol
above this Motto. ' ' Marte et arte ; " and for his Supporters,
on the dexter side a savage wreathed head and middle with
oak, holding on his dexter shoulder a club proper ; and on
the sinister side a Knight armed at all points, the visor of
his helmet up, a spear resting in his sinister arm proper.
Livery — Grey coat, with red and yellow lace round collar,
and gilt buttons. Married, April 30, 1890, Geraldine
Margaret Amherst, commonly known as the Honourable
Geraldine Margaret, sixth daughter of the Right Honour-
able William Amhurst Tyssen Amherst, first Baron
Amherst of Hackney ; and d. 1924, leaving Issue — John
Drummond, Gentleman, b. May 6, 1900 ; Jean ; Victoria
Alexandrina ; and Frances. Estate — Megginch, in the
county of Perth. Seat — Megginch Castle, Errol, N.B.


DRUMMOND, Earl of Perth (matric. L.O., c. \b-ji - j).
Or, three bars wavy gules.

Drummond of Machanie (matric. c. 1672-7). Arms as
above, and on a canton of the first, a lion's head erased,
within a double tressure flory counterflory of the second,
in the middle chief point a crescent of the third. [Neither
as Viscounts Strathallan nor since their succession to the
Earldom of Perth has any rematriculation been made to
this line of the house of Drummond, now represented in the
male line as under. Unless the arms have passed away to
the many heirs portioners, the present Earl of Perth — who
is not within the first-mentioned matriculation — would
appear to be entitled to the arms of Drummond of
Machanie. He however uses an entirely different achieve-

Son of James David Drummond, loth Viscount Strath-
allan, b. 1839; d. 1893; m. ist, 1868, Ellen ((/. 1873),
d. of Cuthbert B. Thornhill, Indian C.S. ; 2nd,
Margaret, eld. d. of William Smythe of Methven
Castle, Perth: —
Rt. Hon. William Huntley Drummond (presumably since
1902), 15th Earl of Perth (4 March 1605) and (presumably
since 1902) i8th Lord Drummond (29 Jan. 1487-8), nth
Viscount Strathallan (6 Sept. 1686), nth Baron Drummond
of Cromlix (6 Sept. 1686), 14th Baron Maderty (31 Jan.
1608-9), all in the Peerage of Scotland, Hereditary Thane
of Lennox, and Hereditary Steward of Menteith and
Strathearn, late Capt. 3rd Batt. " Black Watch," b. 1871.
Seat — Machany, Perthshire. Address — c b Messrs McNeil
and Sime, S.S.C. , 46 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh.

Drummond of Cromlix (matric. 1853, and 20 July 1903 ;
vide also Hay-Drummond of Cromlix). Quarterly, i and 4,
Drummond as above ; 2 and 3, or, a lion's head erased
within a double tressure fiory counterflory gules, the whole
within a bordure of the last. Mantling gules, doubled or.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, an eagle regardant,
wings expanded proper, membered gold. Motto — " Prius
mori quam fidem fallere. "

Eld. son of George James Drummond, Gentleman
[obtained R.L. , 31 July 1902, to assume additional
name and arms of De Vere], b. 1835 ; d. 1917 ; m.
1876, Elizabeth Cecile Sophia (d. 1921), d. of Rev.
F. J. Norman, by his wife Lady Adeliza, d. of 5th
Duke of Rutland :—

George Henry Drummond, Gentleman, late temp. Lieut.
1st Life Gds., and Lieut. Notts. R.H.A., b. 1883 ; m. 1917,
Kathleen, only d. of T. Graffan Holt, of Carberry and
Bally Chrystal, Queen's Co., and has issue — 4 daus. Seat
— Pitsford Hall, Northampton.

DRUMMOND-WOLFF (H. Coll.). Or, a wolf rampant
vert, in chief an Eastern crown between two cross-cross -

lets sable. Mantling vert and or. Crest — On a wTeath

of the colours, in front of a wolf's head erased proper,

three annulets interlaced fessewise or. Motto —

" Incorrupta fides." Livery — Dark green and yellow.

Onlv siurv. son of Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Drummond-

Wolff, P.C, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., H.M.'s Ambassador

to Spain 1 892-1 900 (only son of Dr. Joseph Wolff,

D.D., LL.D., Vicar of Isle Brewers, Somerset, and

his wife Lady Georgiana Mary Walpole, d. of 2nd

Earl of Orford), h. 1830 ; d. 1908 ; m. 1852, Adeline,

d. of Sholto Douglas : —

Cecil James Dnmimond- Wolff, Esq., h. 1864 ; m. 1896,

Zaida Alicia Conner, d. of Robert Thomas Forster, and

has issue — (i) Hem-v Maxence Cavendish Drummond-

Wolff, Gentleman, late Lieut. R.A.F., h. 1899 (Club—

Royal Air Force) ; (2) Robert Horace Christian

Dnunmond-Wolff, Gentleman, Lieut, ist Bn. The Black

Watch, b. 1902 ; Zaida Cecile [m. 1917, Capt. the Hon.

W. J. M. Watson-Armstrong] ; and Jiiha Daphne

Hermione. Res. — Caplanne, BUlere, Pau, Basses

Pyrenees, France. Club — St. James's.

man, and Civil Engineer, of Balquhandy, Dunning, co.
Perth. Born March t6, 1869, being the son of the late John
Drummond, Esq., Lieut, loth Hussars and Capt. West
Kent Lt. Inf (Mil.), sometime A. D.C. to Commander-in-
Chief, Bombay ; of Strageath and Balquhandy, co. Perth.
Armorial bearings (1894, L.O.) — Or, three bars wavy
gules Within a bordure engrailed azure, charged with three
mullets argent, in fesse point a crescent of the last. Upon
the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with
a Mantling gules, doubled or; and upon a wreath of his




liveries is set for Crest, a dexter arm in armour from
the shoulder embowed, the hand holding a falchion

proper ; and in an escroU over the same this Motto,
" Caute sed intrepide." Resides abroad.

DRURY(Vn. Cambs., 1684. H. Coll.). Argent, on a chief
vert, a cross tau between two mullets pierced or, an annulet
gules for difference. Mantling vert and argent. Crest —

On a wreath of the colours, a greyhound courant argent,
an annulet gules for difference. Motto — ' ' Non sine

Son of Henry Dru Drury, b. 1799 ; d. 1861 ; m. 1836,

Rosina Augusta, d. of John George Poland of Oxford

Street :—

The late Edward Dru Drury, Esq., F.R.I.B.A., F.S.I.,

ate Col. and V. B. The Queen's Own R. West Kent Regt.,

Citizen of London and Liveryman of the Goldsmiths'

Company, b. 1841 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1870, Clara Howard, d. of

James Drew of the Paragon, Blackheath, Kent, andleft issue
— (i) Edward Guv Dru Drury, Gentleman, M.D., B.S.
(Lond.), M.R.C.S.'(Eng.), L.R.C.P. (London), M.D. (Cape
Univ.), D.P.H. (Durham), Citizen of London and Freeman
of the Goldsmiths' Company, Civil Surgeon S. African War
1899-1902, b. 1871 [m. 1898, Jean Aytoun, d. of Matthew
Alexander Eason Wilkinson, M.D., F.R.C.P. , of Grecn-
heys, Manchester, and Middlethorpe Hall, Yorks. ; and
has issue — Graham Dru Drury, Gentleman, M.R.C.S.
(Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), Citizen of London and Free-
man of the Goldsmiths' Company, b. 1900 ; Roger
Eason Dru Drury, Gentleman, b. 1902 ; Thomas Dru
Drury, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; Joan RoUo ; and Margaret
Aytoun (Res. — Grahamstown, South Africa)]; (2) Godfrey
Dru Drury, Gentleman, M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P.
(Lond.), Citizen of London and Freeman of the Gold-
smiths' Company, b. 1880 [m. 1906, Ethel Blanche, d.
of Charles Sims, L.D.S., R.C.S. (Eng.), late of Edg-
baston, Birmingham ; and has issue — Humphrey Nicholas
Dru Drury, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; Edward Stephen Dru
Drury, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; and Janet Maude Dru (Res.
— Corfe Castle, Wareham, Dorset)]; (3) Rev. Clement
Dru Drury, M.A. (Cantab.), Hon. C.F., Citizen of London
and Freeman of the Goldsmiths' Company, b. 1882 [7«. 1912,
Kathleen, d. of William James Allsup of East Mascalls, Old
Charlton, Kent, and has issue — Elizabeth Clara Dru; and
Kathleen Agnes Dru {Res. — i Church Road, Brixton)] ;
Agnes Clara; and Dorothy Rose, A.R.R.C.

DRURY (U.O.). Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a foul
anchor in pale proper, on a chief vert, a tau between two
mullets pierced or (Drury) ; 2 and 3, per pale or and argent,
a bordure gules charged with six escallops, three, two and
one of the second (Maule). Mantling vert and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a greyhound courant
argent, collared and charged on the shoulder with a trefoil
slipped vert. Motto — " Non sine causa."

Son of Le Baron Drury, b. 1813 ; d. 1882; m.
Eliza Poyntz, d. of Col. Poyntz, late 30th Regt. : —

The late Adm. Sir Charles Carter Drury, G.C. B. (1911),
G.C.V.O. (1907), K.C.B. (1905), K.C.S.I. (1903), Grand
Officer of Legionof Honour (1895), Grand Cross of the Order
of Merit (Naval), Spain, of the Osmanieh (ist class in
Brilliants), of the Redeemer of Greece, and of the Austrian

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