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Son of Robert Dunnell, Gentleman, of Bury St.
Edmund's, b. 1821 ; d. 1899 ; m. 1851, Harriet, d. of
James Smith : —

Sir (Robert) Francis Dunnell, K.C.B. , ist Bart.
(11 Jan. 1922), of York, J. P., Solicitor of the Supreme
Court of Judicature, b. 1868 ; m. 1897, Ruby Constance
(d. 1901), d. of Maj. Newson Garrett, R.A. Res. — 90
Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W. Clubs —
Windham, Hurlingham, Yorkshire (York).

DUNNING (H. Coll.). Bendy sinister of fourteen or
and gules, on a pale raguly ermine, a hon rampant sable,
between two acorns slipped and leaved proper. Mantling
gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an
antelope's head couped at the neck proper, gorged with a
chain gules, pendent therefrom an escutcheon argent,
charged with two annulets interlaced fessewise sable, between
as many acorns slipped and leaved as in the arms.
Motto — "Fide et animo. "

Sons of Sir Edwin Harris Dunning, Kt. Bachelor, J. P.
Devon and Boro' of Tiverton, b. 1858; d. 1924; m.
i88i, Hannah Louise (d. 1914), d. of Richard
Freeman : —
Frank George Dunning, Esq. , b. 1885. Seat — Jacques
Hall, Bradfield, Essex.

Edwin Harris Dunning, Esq., b. 1892.
Gilbert Keith Dunning, Esq., b. 1894.
John Denzil Dunning, Esq., b. 1895.

DUNNINGTON-JEFFERSON. Quarterly, i and 4,

gules , a griflfin sejant , wings endorsed or, a bordure engrailed

of the last, charged with eight pellets (for Jefferson) ; 2 and

3, paly of six argent and azure, on a chief gules, a bezant

between two annulets or (for Dunnington). Mantling

gules and or. Crests— i. On a wreath of the colours, a

griffin as in the arms, gorged with a collar gemel azure,

in the beak a lily slipped proper (for Jefferson) ; 2. upon

a wreath of the colours, a horse courant argent, gorged

with a collar gules, charged with a bezant l.etween two

annulets or (for Dunnington). Motto — " A cruce salus."

Eld. and only surv. son of Capt. Mervyn Dunnington-

Jefferson, J. P., late 33rd Regt. [2nd son of the Rev.

Canon Joseph Dunnington, of Thicket Priory, York.,

who assumed by Royal Licence 1841, the additional

surname of Jefferson upon inheriting the estates of that

family (descended from Peter Jefferson, owner of




estates in Hook and Howden, Yorks. , A.D. 1664)], i.

1850; ci. 1912 ; m. 1881, Louisa Dorothy, d. of the

late Rev. John Barry, Rector of Great Smeaton,

Yorks. :—
John Alexander Dunnington- Jefferson, Esq., D.S.O.,
Lt. -Col. late Roy. Fus. , served Great War 1 914-8 (despatches
six times. Legion of Honour, Croix de Guerre, Order of the
Crown of Belgium, SS, Maurice and Lazarus of Italy),
J.P.,E.R. Yorks., (>. 1884. 5<!a^— Thicket Priory, co, Yorks.
Cluis — Travellers', Bachelors'.



DUNSCOMBE of King Williamstown, co. Cork (Confn.
on long user, U.O., 3 Nov. 1859 — Ped. Foster's " Royal
Descents"). Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a chevron ermine
between three talbots' heads erased gules ; 2 and 3, argent,
two bars, and in chief a demi-griflfin issuant segreant sable.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Out of a ducal
coronet or, a horse's foreleg sable, the hoof argent. MottO
— " Fidelitas vincit." Livery — Light drab coat, black
breeches and waistcoat.

Ygst. and only surv. son of Nicholas Dunscombe, Esq.,

of King Williamstown House, co. Cork, J. P. co. Cork,

b. 1804; d. 1882; m. 1830, Anna Matilda, eld. d.

of Thomas Johnston, Esq., of Fort Johnston, co.

Monaghan : —

Clement Dunscombe, Gentleman, M.A. and L.C.E.

(Trin. Coll., Dub.), M.Inst.C.E., b. 1846; m. 1895,

Gertrude Hannah, second d. by his first wife of Alfred

Clark of Wood Dalling, Norfolk; and has issue — (i)
Clement Dunscombe, Gentleman, B.A. (Nat. Sc. Trip.
1917, M.A. 1921, M.B. Bchir 1922-1923, M.R.C.S. (Eng.)
L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1919, D.P.H. (Oxon.) 1922, Certif. Lond.
Sch. Trop. Med. 1922, Assistant County M.O.H. , Asst. Sch.
Med. Inspector and Med. Sup. Harnwood Hospital, Wilt-
shire County Council, b. 1897 [Postal add. — County Offices,
Health Department, Trowbridge, Wilts. Club — National) ;
(2) Nicholas Dunscombe Dunscombe, Gentleman, B.A.
(1918), M.A. (1922), M.B. Bchir. (1921). D.P.H. (Camb.)
1923, L. M.S.S.A. (London) 1920, Certif. London Sch.
Trop. Med. (with distinction) 1923, Surg. Sub.-Lieut.
R.N.V. R. (temp.) on active service 1917-18 (2 medals),
Asst. County Med. Officer and Tuberculosis Officer, Somer-
set County Council, b. 1898. (Post. add. — County Offices,
Health Department. Weston-super-Mare, Som. Estate —
King Williamstown, co. Cork. Post, add — Albert Man-
sions, 92 Victoria Street, London, S.W. i. (7/«3— National.

Only son of Nicholas Dunscombe, Esq. , Capt. of the

2nd Queen's Own Regt. , served in the Crimean War

in the 46th Regt., three medals and clasps, b. 1835;

d. 1870 (second son of Nicholas Dunscombe, Esq.,

of King Williamstown, and Anna Matilda Johnston);

m. 1868, Helen Style, d. of late Arthur John Barrow,

Lieut. 23rd Regt. : —
Lt.-Col. Nicholas Blake Dunscombe, O.B.E. (ret.) Ind.
Army, O.B.E. (Mil.) for distinguished services rendered in
connection with the war 1919, served continuously under
the War Office 1915-20, b. 1869. Club — Sports'.

Son of Parker Dunscombe, Gentleman, b. 1831 ; d.

1914 ; m. 1863, Anne Baldwin, ygst, d. of Rev.

Thomas Waggett : —
Thomas Waggett Dunscombe, Gentleman, b. 1873.

Sonof Parker Dunscombe, Esq. , J. P. co. Cork, 3. 1834;

m. 1865, Elizabeth, dau. of A. Ruddock:—
Nicholas Dunscombe, Gentleman, b. 1867. Res. —

DUNSMURE. (L.O.,i867)-Vert, three garbs or, banded
sable, within a bordure of the second. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest On a wreath of his liveries, an
anchor or. Motto — " Spes anchora tuta."

Eld. son of Henry William Henderson Dunsmure,
Esquire, J. P. co. Perth, b. 1852; m. : —

Alastair Dunsmure, Gentleman. Residence —

DUNSTON of Burltons (H. Coll.). Gules, a stag's
head caboshed or, a chief invected of the last, thereon
three fleurs-de-lis of the first. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cock gules, combed
and wattled, and between two antlers of a stag or. Motto
— " Fortis et vigilans." Liverv — Choco\a.Xe coat, gilt

Sons of Frederick Warburton Dunston, Esq., of

Burltons, Dunhead, Shaftesbury, M.A. , J. P. for cos.

of Wilts, and Dorset, Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn,

b. 1850; d. 1915 ; m. 1878, Louisa Florence Camilla,

youngest d. of the late Frederick Gwatkin of Grove

House, Twickenham, Armiger : —

Thomas Frederick Gwatkin Warburton Dunston,

Gentleman, B.A. Oxford, b. 1883. Post, add.— 7 fohn

Street, Bedford Row, W.C.

Robert Roscoe Ambrose Stapleton Dunston, Gentleman,
B.A. Oxford, b. 1884.
Ambrose Ellis Aspinwall Dunston, Gentleman, b. 1895.


DUPREE of Craneswater (H. Coll.). Vert, on a bend
between two calves passant or, three mullets of the field.
Mantling vert and or. Crest — A lion sejant proper,
supporting with the dexter forepaw a flagstaff proper,
flowing therefrom a banner vert charged with a mullet
or. Motto — " Le monde est mon pre." Badge — A sprig
of jasmine flowered proper, enfiled by a circlet or.
Son of William Dupree, of Twickenham : —

Sir William Thomas Dupree, ist Bart. (24 Jan.
1921), V.D., of Craneswater, Knt. (1902), J. P., D.L.,
h. 1856 ; m. ist, 1878, Mary {d. 1907), d. of George
Groves, of Selsey, Sussex; and has issue — (i)
William Dupree, Esq., b. 1882 [tn. 1908, Edith
Mary, d. of Arthur Mutimer, of Edgbaston [Res. —
Inglenook, Victoria Road, Southsea)] ; (2) Vernon Dupree,
Capt. Royal Fusiliers, b. 1884 [m. 1912, Amy Marcella,
d. of John Price, of Askeaton, co. Limerick ; and has
issue — William Vernon Dupree, b. 1917 ; Mary Marcella
Lucy (Res. — Chatsworth, Southsea)] ; (3) Victor Dupree,
Capt. Res. of Ofi&cers, b. 1887 [m. 1910, Gladys, d. of
Charles Henry Lawson] ; (4) Eric Dupree, Esq., Bar-
rister-at-Law, 6. 1895 ; (5) James Dupree, Midshipman
(ret.) R.N.R., b. 1899 ; Ethel Hannah Mary [m.
1902, Henry Dormer, of Oxford, and has issue];
Violet Isabel Mary [m. 19 10, Lieut.-Comm. Brian
Gourlay, R.N. ; and has issue] ; Hilda Maud Mary
[m. 1923, Harold Smith, of Norwich] ; Dorothy
Ella [w. 1917, Theodore Carter, P.W.D., India ; and
has issue] ; Olive Elsie [m. 1918, Stanley Stallebras,
and has issue] ; Norah Decima [w. 1920, John
Houston ; and has issue]. Sir William m. 2nd, 1909,
Marion, d. of John Price, of Askeaton and has issue — (6)
Thomas William Dupree, Esq., b. 1913 ; (7) John Rupert
Dupree, Esq., b. 1915 ; Irene Amy ; Margaret Marcella.
Seat — Craneswater, Southsea, Hants. Clubs — Carlton,
Junior Constitutional, Junior Carlton.




DU PRE (H. Coll., 3 April 1826). Azure, a chevron or,
betwpen two mullets in chief, and a lion passant in base
argent, from the centre chief a pile issuant of the second.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours a lion rampant argent, resting the dexter hind

paw on a fleur-de-lys gules. Motto — " Ha persa la fide,
ha perso I'honore."

Sons of James Du Pre, b. 1846 ; d. 1882 ; in. 1874,
Selina, d. of late Richard Stokoe, M.D. : —

William Baring Du Pre, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Bucks.,
High Sheriff (1911), late Lieut. King's Royal Rifle Corps,
Hon. Lieut, in the Army, served in S. Africa 1900, Major
comdg. Leics. Roy. Horse Art., and Great War Lt.-
Col. R.H.A., Lord of the Manors of Quarrendon and
Wooburn, Bucks., M.P. S. Bucks. 1914-18, and Wycombe
Div. 1918-23,/'. 187s ; m. 1903, Youri Wynyard, d. of Capt.
H. Townley Wright, R.N. ; and has surv. issue — Marjorie
Ursula '•m. 1927, Richard Charles Edward Herbert, Gren.
Gds., eid. son of Col. Edward Bleiddian Herbert, of
Trebeneyn, Abergavenny]; Elizabeth Mary; and Joyce
Wynyard. Seat — Wilton Park, Beaconsfield, Bucks. Clubs
— Carlton, United Service.

Capt. Charles Hinton Du Pre, M.C., b. 1877; m. 1908
Frances, d. of Capt. Hudson, R.N. Res.— 16 Motcomb
Street, S.W.I.

Francis James Du Pre, Esq., Lt.-Col. Res. of Officers,
D.S.O., Major late 3rd Hussars, b. 1881 ; m. 1904, Dorothy
Margaret, d. of E. J. Kitts, LC.S. , and has issue — Francis
Evelyn Du Pre, Gentleman, b. 1912. Kes. — 39 Manor
Road, Folkestone. Club — Cavalry.

DURAND (H. Coll., 1892). Azure, five fusils conjoined
in fesse or, a bordure of the last, on a chief embattled of
the second a shackbolt of the first. Mantling azure and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a rock proper
surmounted by a crescent argent, between two branches of
laurel or. Motto — " Esperance en Dieu." Livery— ^\nt
and yellow.

Sons of Sir Edward Law Durand, ist Bart., C.B. ,

Lt.-Col. Indian Staff Corps, b. 1845; d. 1920; m. 1880,

Maud Ellen, d. of Algernon Charles Heber-Percy :—

Sir Edward Percy Marion Durand, and Bart. (7 April

1892), Major (ret.) 8th Rajput Regt., b. 1884 ; m. 1913,

Vera Helen, d. of Sir Robert Lucas-Tooth, Bart. Res.
— Croft House, Somerford Keynes, Cricklade, Wilts.

Alan Algernon Marion Durand, Esq., M.C., Capt.
R.F..-\., b. 1893; m. 1924, Vivien Enid, d. of the late
Herbert Chamberlain, and has issue — Patricia Marion.

Mortimer Henry .Marion Durand, Esq., Lieut, (ret.) R.N.,
b. 1898 ; m. 1922, Evelyn, d. of Capt. Carroll, U.S. Navy.
Son of The Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Mortimer Durand,
G.C.M.G., K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E., P.C, formerly British
Ambassador in U.S.A., and British Ambassador in
Spain ; Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo-
tentiary to Court of Persia and Consul -General at
Teheran 1894-1900, b. 1850; d. 1924; m. 1875, Ella
Rebe, dau. of Teignmouth Sandys : —
Henry Marion Durand, Esq., D.S.O. , Major and Bt.-
Col. late 9th Lancers, b. 1876. Res. — Kenya Colony, East

Sons of Col. Algernon George Arnold Durand, C.B. ,
CLE., Indian Staff Corps, .Mil. Sec. to Viceroy of
India 1894-99, b. 1854; d. 1923; m. 1895, Elizabeth
Marjorie, d. of late Hon. Thomas Charles Bruce: —
Algernon Thomas Marion Durand, Gentleman, b. 1900.
Robert Joceline Durand, Gentleman, b. 1902. Res. —

Esquire, late a Fellow of the Linnasan Society of London, of
the Entomological Society of London, and of the Huguenot
Society of London. Born July 29, 1836, being the only son
of Lieut. -General William James D'Urban, Col. 107th Regt.,
by his wife Mary Elizabeth Stewart, only dau. and heiress
of the late Samuel Mitchell of Hopevale, Grenada, West
Indies, and of Newport in the parish of Topsham, Devon.
Armorial bearings — Or, on a chevron between three mul-

lets of six points sable, a bombshell or, between two scal-
ing ladders, and as an honourable augmentation, granted in
1817 to Lieut. -Gen. Sir Benjamin D'Urban, G.C. B. , K.C. H.,
K.C.T.S., on a canton gules, a representation of the Mili-
tary Gold Cross inscribed with the words Busaco, Albuera,




Badajos, and Salamanca, pendent from a ribband of the
first fimbriated azure, with five gold clasps inscribed with
the words Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse.
Mantling sable and or. Crest -On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a palm-tree, a sphinx couchant. MottO
— " Firme." Martied, July 29, 1863, Gertrude, youngest
dau. of the late Henry Porter of Winslade House, Devon,
and of Chedzoy, Somerset, Esq., D. L., granddaughter of
the Right Hon. Sir Henry Russell of Swallowfield, Berks.,
first Bart. ; and has Issue— (1) William Henry Mitchell
D' Urban, Gentleman, b. Aug. 7, 1864, d. Dec. 6, 1889 ;
(2) Henry Ludovic D' Urban, Gentleman, b. Jan. 31, 1866,
d. Jan. 31, 1888; and Rose Mary [»z. 1902, Major John
Unett Coates, R.F.A. ; and has issue], ^ira^— Newport
House, near Exeter, Devon.

DURHAM, Earl of, see LAMBTON.

DURHAM (Confn. U.O.). Or, on a fesse engrailed
plain cottised azure between three crescents gules, as many
mullets argent. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, two dolphins hauriant addorsed

Ehza Agnes, d. of late Gen. Sir William Norcott, K.C.B.
Jies. — The Warren, Lydney, Glos. ; Nahun, British

Gentleman, formerly Lieut. Herts. Yeomanry Cavalry,
educated at Eton. Born 1853, being the son of
Charles James Durant, by his wife Eva Dora Ann,
dau. of Thomas Vardon, Librarian at House of
Commons. Armorial bearings— Sable, a cross crosslet
engrailed between four annulets or, impaling the arms
of Robinson, namely vert, a chevron engrailed between
three bucks at gaze or, each charged on the shoulder with a
fleur-de-lys azure. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a wild boar bendy of six or and
sable, pierced through the back by a sword in bend sinister
proper, and resting the dexter foot upon a cross crosslet
gules. Motto— " Beati qui durant." Afarned, 18S7, Hon.
Nora Augusta Robinson, dau. of Lord Rosmead, P.C.,
G.C.M.G. ; and died 1923, having had Issue — Noel Fairfax
Durant, Lieut, ist Batt. Irish Guards, b. 1888 ; killed in
action 1917. Residence — King's Walden, co. Berks.

DURRANT (H. Coll., 1784). Or, a cross crosslet
ermines, between four spots of ermine sable. Mantling
sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
boar passant per fesse wavy argent and gules, pierced with
a broken lancehead sable. Motto — " Labes pejor niorte. "
Son of Sir William Robert Estridge Durrant of Scot-
tow, CO. Norfolk, sth Bart., late Lieut. 15th Regt.,/'.
1840; d. 1912; VI. 1869, Kmily Grace, d. of John Street
of London : —
Sir William Henry Estridge Durrant, 6th Bart. (G.B.,
22 Jan. 1784), b. 1872; m. 1900, Ethel May, d. of Henry
Robert Jeffress of Sydney, Australia; and has issue — (1)
William Henry Estridge Durrant, Esq., b. 1901 ; (2I
Reginald Walter Estridge Durrant, Esq., b. 1905; and
Peariie May Wildbredt. Post. add. — Scottow, Marine Drive,
Drumnioyne, Sydney, Australia.

DURRANT of Sussex Gardens (H. Coll., 14 Ap. 1919) .
Azure, on a pile argent, between four arrows, two and
two saltirev/ise points downward or, a thistle leaved
and slipped proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, in front of two arrows as
in the arms, a greyhound's head erased proper. Motto —
" Usque in finem." Livery — Dark blue.

Only son of William Durrant, Gentleman, of
Hastings, h. 1838 ; d. i860 ; m. 1859, Margaret,
d. of George Scott, of St. Leonard's-on-Sea : —

William Scott Durrant, Esq., CLE. (1922), M.A.
(Lond.), Depty. Accountant-General, India Office,
1919-21, h. i860; m. 1902, Alberta Fanny, d. of Sir
Reuben Barrow, J.P. ; and has issue — Theodore Vincent
Scott Durrant, Gentleman, h. 1903 ; Stella Marian Scott ;
Madeline Alberta Scott. /?es. — Engadine, Park Hill,
Croydon. Cluh — Authors'.

proper, collared and chained or. Motto— " Ultra fert

Son of Rev. James Samuel William Durham, M.A.,

D.D., Rector of Ladbroke, Warwickshire, b. 1852; d.

1915 ; m. 1877, Anne {d. 19x1), second d. of Roger Duke

of Newpark, co. Sligo: —
James Andrew Cuninghame Durham, Esq., Hon. Attach^
in the Diplomatic Service to the Embassy in Berlin, F.S.A.,
I. 1879, ed. at Radley, and formerly a member of Lloyd's,
Lieut. City of London R.A.S.C, M.T., m. 1903, Lady
Agnes Elizabeth Audrey Townshend, only d. of 5th
Marquess Townshend (impales arms of Townshend, viz.
azure, a chevron ermine between three escallops argent) ;
and has issue — Nicholas James Redvers John Townshend
Durham, Gentleman, b. 1905; and Victoria Townshend.
Res. — Raynham, Norfolk.

DURANT of The Warren, Lydney (H. Coll.). Sable,
on a fesse dancctt6 between four fleurs-de-lys, three and one,
argent, an annulet gules. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a pellet charged with a
fleur-de-lys argent.

Son of W. E. Jones, M.A. , of Newbold House,
Leamington : —
Charles Frank Pedley Durant, Esq., J. P., assumed by
R.L. 1908 the surname of Durant, b. i860; m. 1881, Mabel

DUSGATE. Argent, three magpies proper. Mantling
sable and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the
colours, a lion's head erased sable.

Sons of Richard Dusgate Dusgate, Gentleman, b. 1850 ;
assumed the name and arms of his maternal grand-
uncle, Richard Dusgate, by Royal License, 1875 ; m.
1890, Rose Ada, eldest dau. of E. U. Thorn of Stoke-
on-Trent, Staffs. : —
Richard Edmund Dusgate, Gentleman, b. March 26,
1897. Seat — Fring Hall, King's Lynn.

William Arthur Dusgate, Gentleman, b. March 5, 1900.
Francis Edwin Dusgate, Gentleman, b. May 14, 1901.
George Gordon Dusgate, Gentleman, b. 1904.
Reginald John Dusgate, Gentleman, b. 1907.

DUTHIE (L.O., 20 April 1912). Gules, a lion rampant
or, armed and langued azure, holding in his dexfer paw a
mullet argent. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest— On
a wreath of his liveries, a dexter arm couped at the shoulder,
the hand grasping a dagger all proper. Motto—" I thank
my God."

Eldest son of the late Rev. Archibald Hamilton

Duthie, Clerk in Holy Orders, b. ; d. ; m.

1827, Mary, d. of John Murray of Livilands, nr.

William Henry Moore Duthie, Esq., Lt.-Col. R.A. (ret.),
b. 1840. Res.— 70 Kensington Park Road, London ,W.




F.R.(i.S., F.Z.S., Fellow of tlie Royal Colonial Institute
and Fellow of the Botanical Society. Born July 15,
1850, being the eldest son of Francis Stacker Button, Escj,,
C.M.G,, F.R.G.S. , Agent-General in London for South
Australia, 1865-77, by his wife Caroline, eldest dau. of
Marshall MacBermott. Armorial bearings— Quarterly,

ermine and gules, in the second and third quarters a fret
within an orle or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a fret fessewise gules, in front
of a plume of five ostrich feathers alternately or and argent.
Motto — "Servabo fidem." Clubs — Junior Carlton, Con-
servative (Bath).

HENRY BUTTON, Gentleman. Born , being the

son of Frederick Hansbrow Button, sometime member of
the Legislative Council of South Australia, went to the
Province from New South Wales in 1839. Armorial
bearings — Quarterly ermine and gules, in the second

a fret fesseways gules, in front of a plume of five
ostrich feathers alternately or and argent. Motto —
" Servabo fidem." Residence — Anlaby, Kapunda, South

BUVEEN (H. Coll., April 1927). Argent, on a bend
azure, three bees volant or, a chief gules. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of
a garb or, banded azure, two trefoils in saltire slipped vert .

and third quarters 'a fret within an orle or. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,

Badge — A trefoil vert and an ear of wheat proper in saltire
enfiled by a circlet or. Motto — " Honor industriae

Eldest son of Sir Joseph Joel Duveen, Knt., of The

Elms, Hampstead Heath, N.W., b. 1844 ; d. 1908 ; m.

1869, Rosetta, d. of Abraham Barnett of Hull : —

Sir Joseph Buveen, ist Bart., of Millbank, Commdr. of

Legion of Honour, has Cross of Officier de I'Ordre de la

Couronne (Belgium), Order of St. Sava of the Third Class

(Servia), Art Connoisseur, Trustee Wallace Collection, b.

1869 ; m. 1899, Elsie, d. of Gustav Salaman ; and has

issue— Borolhy. Res.—i, Grafton Street, W.i ; 15 East

91st Street, New York.

BUVEEN (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend azure three
bees volant or, on a chief gules as many trefoils slipped of
the third. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, in front of a garb or banded azure,
three trefoils slipped vert.
Son of : —

Jacques Henri Buveen. Gentleman, b. . Kes.—isi.
James's Street, London, W.

of the late William Byce, Esquire, of Aberdeen, Master of
Arts of the University of Aberdeen, a Royal Acade-
mician and a Fellow of the Royal Society (Edinburgh),
bv his' wife Jane Bickerton, eldest daughter of the late
lames Brand of Milnathort, in the county of Kinross. Ar-
morial bearings, upon a lozenge, are: Argent, a chevron
embattled between three leopards' faces sable. Postal
address— i Lawrence Mansions, Cheync Walk. Chelsea,

The Late JAMES STIRLING BYCE, Gentleman,
Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. Born July 29, 1853,
ond died 1908, being the younger but only surviving
son of the late WiUiam Byce. Esquire, of Aberdeen,
Master of Arts of the University of Aberdeen, a
Royal Academician, and a Fellow of the Roya
Society (Edinburgh), by his wife Jane Bickerton, eldest
daSer of the late James Brand of Milnathort, m the
county of Kinross. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1886)-
Argent. a chevron embattled between three leopards faces
sable and above the shield is placed a helmet befitting his
degree, mantled gules, doubled argent ; and upon a wreath
of his liveries is set for Crest, a lion rampant guardant sable.




murally gorged argent, sustaining a flagstaff proper, thereon
hoisted a banner, party per bend embattled or and gules,
charged with a leopard's face countcrchanged ; and, in an
escroU over the same, this Motto, "Decide and dare."

LIZZIE DYCE, younger daughter of Lieutenant-General
Archibald Brown Dyce, Colonel of the 105th Regiment
Madras Light Infantry, by his wife, a daughter of General
Lachlan MacLachlan. Artaorial bearings are, upon a
lozenge : Party per chevron embattled or and gules, in base
two battleaxes in saltire argent, on a chief wavy azure, a
demi-lion rampant of the third, holding in the dexter paw a
trident gold.


DYER of Tottenham, Middx. (Fed. H. Coll.). Quar-
terly, I and 4, or, a chief indented gules (Dyer) ; 2. argent,
a cross formee flory sable (Swinnerton) ; 3. argent, a cross
formt^e tloiy sable within a bordure engrailed gules (Swin-
nerton). Mantling gules and or. Crest— Out of a ducal
coronet or, a goat's head argent, armed gold. Mottoes —
"Or hen fonedd" ; " Tererenolo, tiniere nescio. " Livery —
Brown, with red facings, formerly white with red facings.
Son of Sir John Swinnerton Dyer, 12th Bart. b. 1891 ;
d. 1917 ; m. 1912, Maude, d. of VV. H. Turner of
Western Australia : —
Sir John Ludovick Swinnerton Dyer, 13th Bart. (6 July,
178 ), b. 1914. Res.—i Park Lane, W. i.

Son of Col. Henry Clement Swinnerton Dyer, R.A.,
Kt. Commander of Crown of Italy, Charles VII. of
Spain, Rose of Brazil and Order of Merit for Spain, b.
1834; d. 1898; m. 1869, Amelia Susan, d. of John
Ward of Otterington Hall, Yorks., and grand-dau. of
Sir John and Lady Amelia Lister-Kaye: —
Leonard Whitworth Swinnerton Dyer, Esq., Sub. -Lieut.

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