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all proper ; on the sinister a Canadian Red Indian, holding
in his dexter hand a tomahawk, and in his exterior a
spear all proper. Motto — " Sperat infestis."

Son of Rt. Hon. James Colborne, 2nd Baron Seaton,

b. 1816; d. 1888; »t. 1851, Charlotte, d. and co-h.

of Lord Downes : —

Rt. Hon. John Reginald Upton Eliott-Drake-Colborne,

3rd Baron Seaton (14 Dec. 1839), of Seaton, Devon,

assumed by R.L., 25 May 1917, the additional surnames

and arms of Eliott and Drake, b. 1854 ; m. 1887, Ehzabeth

Beatrice, only c. of late Sir Francis FuUer-Eliott-Drake,

Bart., of Nutwell Court; and Buckland Abbey, Devon.

Seats — Buckland Abbey, Yelverton, Devon; Beechwood

House, Plympton, Devon. Clubs — Carlton, Travellers'.

ELIOTT-LOCKHART of Cleghorn (L.O., 1893; re-
matric. 11 Nov. 1907). Quarterly, i and 4, azure, three




3, gules, on a bend engrailed or, a baton azure, within a
bordure of the second surmounted of another of the third,
the last charged with four crescents and as many mullets
argent and of the second alternately (Eliott of Borthwick-
brae — L.O. , 1767), to be borne by Mary Charlotte P^liott-
Lockhart on a lozenge, and on a compartment below the
same are placed for Supporters two wild harts proper.
The same arms to be borne by Robert Henry Eliott-
Lockhart on a shield surmounted by two helmets befitting
his degree. MantlingS — Dexter, azure, doubled argent ;
sinister, gules, doubled or. Crests — i. on the dexter side,
upon a wreath of the liveries, a boar's head erased argent,
armed and langued gules ; and in an escroll above, the
Motto, "Sine labe fides" (for Lockhart of Cleghorn); 2.
and upon the sinister side, a dexter hand erect, holding a
horseman's lance bendwise pr jper, headed argent ; and in
an escroll over the same, the Motto, " Hoc majorum opus "
(for Eliott of Borthwickbrae).

Dau. and heir of late William Eliott-Lockhart, Esq.,
of Cleghorn, co. Lanark, J. P. for cos. Lanark,
Roxbuigh, and Selkirk, D.L. for cos. Lanark and
Selkirk, Capt. 26th Cameronians and 74th Highlanders ;
Dep.-Assis.-Adj.-Gen. at Aldershot 1863-8, 6. 1833;
d. 1907 ; f/i. 1866, Dorothea Helen, eld. d. of Sir
Walter Elliot, K.C.S.L, of Wolflee:—
Mrs. Mary Charlotte Eliott-Lockhart, ?n. 1899, Major
Robert Henry Eliott-Lockhart (formerly Adams), of the
Scots Greys ; and has issue — Allan Robert Eliott-Lockhart,
Gentleman, i. 1905; and Dorothy Cecil [m. 1925, Flight-
Lieut. Ian Anstruther Bertram, R.A.F., yngr. son of the
late William Bertram, of Nisbet and Kersewell, Lanark-
shire, and has issue]. Seat — Cleghorn, co. Lanark.

ELIOTT-LOCKHART (rematric. L.O. 1909). Quar-
terly, I and 4, Lockhart of Cleghorn as above ; 2 and 3,
Eliott ot Borthwickbrae as above, and in the centre of the




boars' heads erased argent, armed and langued gules
(Lockhart of Cleghorn— L.O. , <:. 1672-7 and 1798); 2 and



quarters a crescent or for difference. Mantlings, Crests,

and Mottoes as above.

Eld. son of Lt.-Col. Percy Clare Eliott-Lcckhart,
D.S.O., Indian Army; i. 1867; d. 1915, of wounds
received in action ; m. 1905, Katherine Mary, d. of
James Worrall, Esq., J. P., of West Hall, High Leigh,
Cheshire : —
William Eliott-Lockhart, Gentleman, 3. 1906. J?es. —

ELKINGTON (H. Coll., 13 Nov. 1922). Per chevron
sable and or, in chief two towers and in base an elk's
head caboshed counterchanged. Mantling sable and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an elk sable,
antlers or, resting the dexter foreleg upon a tun gold.
Badge — Upon an Ionic column or, an elk's head affrontee
couped at the neck sable. Motto — " Arte et labore."

Son of George Elkington, Gentleman, of Annerley.

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George Elkington, Esq., J. P. co. London, F.R.I.B.A.,
b. 1851 ; m. 1878, Jane (d. 1924), d. of John Gwiney of
Cork, Cork, and has issue. Res. — St. Aubyn's, Wood-
borough Road, Putney, S.W.15 ; Norfolk House, 7
Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C.4. Club — Arts.

ELLAMES, see BRADISH-ELLAMES.

ELLENBOROUGH, Baron, see LAW.

ELLERKER, see MAINWARING- ELLERKER-
ONSLOW.



Noble ((/. 1920), dau. of the late George Warre. Armorial
bearings — (L.O.). Parted per fesse or and azure, three
esquires' helmets countercharged. Mantling azure, doubled
or ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a
gauntleted dexter hand grasping an asp proper, the hand
charged with a cross crosslet fitch^e gules ; and in an escroll
above, this Motto, "Sperno." Married, 1893, Janet, dau.
of the late Rev. J. G. Pe.irse of Exeter ; and has Issue —
Wilham Kidsion EUes, Gentleman, late Lieut. K.O.Y.L.I. ,
b. 1896 [wi. 1919, Mary Kathleen, d. of F. Costello, O.B.E.,
late of Hull ; and has issue — Yvonne Adela Mary].
Residence — 4 Anglesey Crescent, Alverstoke, Hants.
Club — Naval and Military.



ELLERMAN (H. Coll., 1905). Or, a fesse sable, in
chief two escallops and in base an anchor erect of the last.
Mantling sable and or. Crest On a wreath of the colours ,
in front of an anchor in bend sable, an eagle's head erased
or. Motto — " Loyal jusqu' a la mort. "

Son of Johann Herman Ellerman of Hull, b. 1819 ;

d. 1871 ; 711. 1854, Anne Elizabeth, d. of Timothy

Reeves : —
Sir John Reeves Ellerman, C.H., ist Bart. (11 Dec. 1905),
b. 1862; m. 1908, Hannah, d. of George Glover; and has
issue — John Reeves Ellerman, Esq., b. 1909. Res. — i
South Audley Street, London, W'.

ELLERTON-THORP (Arms for Thorp. H. Coll..
1900). Argent, on a fesse indented azure, between
two reindeers' heads caboshed in chief proper and
a trefoil slipped in base vert, a reindeer's head caboshed



ELLIOT, see FOGG-ELLIOT and SCOTT-ELLIOT.



ELLIOT (L.O. 1711, rematric. 16 Dec. 1902). Gules, on
a bend engrailed or, a baton azure, within a bordure of the




between two trefoils slipped or. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a reindeer
lodged proper, holding in the mouth a trefoil slipped
vert, and resting the dexter leg on an escutcheon of the
arms. Motto — " Semper fidelis."

Sons of Edward EUerton Ellerton-Thorp, Gentleman,
Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of
Nymphsfield, Glos. , b. 1851 ; d. 1924 ; m. Jan. 3, 1884,
Florence Jane, dau. of Rev. William Gore Lyster of
Gasp^, Province of Quebec, Canada : —
Edward Ellerton Ellerton-Thorp, Gentleman, b. Jan. 24,
1885.

William Lyster Ellerton-Thorp, Gentleman, b. Oct. 12,
1887. Res.— 7 Devonshire Road, W'est Kirby, Cheshire.

ELLESMERE, Earl of, see EGERTON.

S ARTHUR WARRE ELLES, Esquire, O.B.E.,
Colonel (ret.) late King's Own Yorkshire Light
Infantry. Born 1864, being the eldest son of the late Maj.-
Gen. Sir William Kidston Elles, K.C.B., Chevalier 5th
Class French Imperial Order Legion of Honour; Lieut.-
Gen. Commanding the Forces in Bengal, by his wife Eleanor




second, charged with eight roundlets of the first. Mantling
gules, doubled or. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a
dexter hand apaum^e and ensigned on the palm with
an eye proper. Motto— " Fortiter et recte." Livery— 'Bnfi,
blue facings.

Eld. son of Rev. William Elliot, Prebendary of Here-
ford Cathedral and Rural Dean of Hereford, m. .Anne
Louisa, d. of Edward Bennett of Willaston Hall,
Cheshire, and Bedstone, Salop: —
W'illiam Elliot, Esq, , Major, formerly R. A. , andCol. cmdg.
Kent Artill. Mil., b. 31 March 1861 ; w. 14 Jan. 1890, Mary
Frances [d. 1919), d. and coh. of Arthur B. Warre of
Westcliffe House, Ramsgate, and 109 Onslow Square, S.W.;
and has issue — Alison Mary [m. ii^\2, Capt. G. .\. Elliot,
Royal Irish Regt., eldest son of the late Lt.-Col. G. A.
Elliot, Royal Irish Regt.]. .;?«.— 43 Evelyn Gardens, S.W. 7.
Club — United Service.

ELLIOT (H. Coll., 5 Nov. 1850). Ermine, a fesse gules
double coltised wavy of the last between two flaunches or.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest- On a wreath of the
colours, a gryphons head or, issuant from an oak wreath
proper, between two wings also or, sem6e-de-lys gules.
Motto — " Nocet differre paratis."

Son of John Elliot, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1830; d.

1884 ; 7n. 1859, Charlotte Georgiana, d. of Col. George

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John Hugh Armstrong Elliot, M.A. (Oxen.), Barrister-
at-Law, d. 1861 ; m. 1896, Eleanor Blanche, d. of General
Robert Bruce; and has issue — Lettice Anne. Clui —
Athenaeum.

Sons of Rev. Henry Lettsom Elliot, M.A. , Vicar of
Gosfield, d. 1831 ; d. 1920; m. 1859, Elizabeth Burton,
d. of Rev. John Wall Buckley, M.A., Vicar of St.
Mary's, Paddington : —
? Sons.

Sir FRANCIS EDMUND HUGH ELLIOT,
G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary to Greece 1903-1907, i. 1851, being
the only son of the Rt. Hon. Sir Henry G. Elliot,
G.C.B. (second son of Rt. Hon. Gilbert, 2nd Earl
of Mmto), and of Anne, dau. of Sir Edmund Antrobus,
Bart. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, i and 4, quarterly,
i. and iiii., argent, a bugle-horn sable, stringed and
garnislied gules, on a chief azure, three mullets of the field
(for Murray) ; ii. and iii., azure, a chevron argent, between
three fleurs-de-lys or (for Kynynmound) ; 2 and 3,
gules, on a bend engrailed or, a baton azure, a bordure
vair (for Elliot) ; over all a chief of augmentation argent,
charged with a Moor's head couped in profile proper, being
the arms of the Island of Corsica. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm
embowed issuant from clouds, throwing a dart, all proper ;
and over it the Motto, " Non eget arcu." Motto (under
the arms) — " Suaviter et fortiter. " AIa}-ried, Oct. 26, 1881,
Henrietta Augusta Mary, dau. of the late Rt. Hon. Sir F.
ClareFord, G.C.B.,G.C M.G. ; and has /w«,?— Katharine ;
Frances Clara ; Dorothy ; and Violet Marie. Postal add. —
Villa de la Mediterran^e, Cannes. C/ui — Travellers'.

JOHN ELLIOT of Binks, co. Roxburgh, Gentleman.
Armorial bearings (L.O., 1897) — Gules, on a bend in-
dented or, a flute of the first, within a bordure invected of
the second. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest— On a
wreath of his liveries, a demi-man in armour argent, hold-
ing in his dexter hand a pike proper. MottO — "Pro Deo
rege et limite. " Postal add. —

ELLIOT-MURRAY-KYNYNMOUND. Quarterly, i
and 4, grand quarters quarterly, ist and 4th, argent, a
bugle-horn sable stringed and garnished gules, on a chief
azure three mullets of the field (for Murray) ; 2nd and
3rd, azure a chevron argent, between three fleurs-de-lys
or (for Kynynmound) ; 2 and 3, grand quarters gules, on
a bend engrailed or a baton azure, within a bordure vair
(for Elliot), over all a chief of augmentation argent,
charged with a Moor's head couped in profile proper,
being the arms of the Island of Corsica. Mantling gules
doubled ermine. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
dexter arm embowed, issuant from clouds, throwing a
dart, all proper. Supporters — On the dexter, an Indian
sheep ; on the sinister, a fawn, both proper. Mottoes —
(over the crest), "Non eget arcu"; (below arms),
" Suaviter et fortiter."

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Gilbert John EUiot-Murray-

Kynynmound, 4th Earl of Minto, K.G., P.O.,

G. C.S.I. , G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., b. 1845; d. 1914 ;

m. 1883, Mary Caroline (Res. — Hydon End,

Hambledon, Godalming ; 48 Chelsea Park Gardens,

S.W.), d. of Gen. the Hon. Charles Grey : —

Rt. Hon. Sir Victor Gilbert Lariston Garnet EUiot-

Murray- Kynynmound, 5th Earl of Minto; and Viscount

Melgund, of Melgund, co. Forfar (24 Feb. 1813); Baron

Minto, of Minto, co. Roxburgh (20 Oct. 1797) ; I3art. of

Nova Scotia (19 April 1700), J. P., D.L., Capt. R.O. late

Scots Gds., b. 1891 ; tn. 1921, Marion, d. of G. W. Cook,

of Montreal, and has issue — Lady Briget ; and Lady WiUa.

Seats — Minto House, Hawick, N.B. ; Lochgelly, co.

Fife ; Melgund Castle, co. Forfar. Clubs — Brooks's,

Guards', Turf.

GEORGE HENRY BLOIS ELLIOTT, Esq. Born
1854, being the only son of the late George Henry Elliott
of Farnborough Park, by Ellen, dau. of the late William
Palmer-Morewood of Alfreton (she died 1892). Armorial
bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, ermine a fesse azure, with two
double cottises indented vert (for Elliott) ; 2 and 3, argent,
a fleur-de-lys between three mullets within a bordure gules
(for Glasse). Mantling azure and argent ; and for his Crest,
upon a wreath of the colours, a mermaid holding a looking-
glass and a comb in her hand proper (for Glasse). Seat —



ELLIOTT (H. Coll., 30 May, 1921). Per fesse em-
battled sable and argent, in chief three estoiles or, and
in base as many oak trees proper. Mantling sable and




argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of
a dexter cubit arm vested vert, the hand proper grasping
an axe palewise also proper, three estoiles as in the
arms. Motto — " Persevere."

Son of John Banks Elliott, of Exeter, b. 1828 ;

d. 1866 ; m. 1850, Eleanor Carter, d. of William

Bisjnell, of Rougemont, Exeter : —
Sir Bignell George Elliott, K.B.E., J.P. co. London,
Pres. of the Royal Commercial Travellers' Schools,
b. 1857; m. 1883, Elizabeth Anne, d. of George Brooker;
and has issue — Hubert Bignell Elliott, Esq., b. 1886;
Bernard Elliott, Esq., b. 1888 ; Bignell George Elliott,
Esq. b. 1897; Margaret Elinor. Res. — Northfield,
Highgate ; Hope Point House, Kingsdown, Deal, Kent.
Club — Constitutional.

ELLIOTT of Limpsfield (H. CoU.). Argent, on a
chevron sable, between three bunches of grapes proper,
as many bezants. Mantling sable and argent. Crest-—
On a wreath of the colours, a garb purpure charged with
a fleur-de-lys or. Motto — " Cum ahis pro aUis."

Son of Sir Thomas Henry Elliott, ist Bart., K.C.B.,
of Limpsfield, 6. 1854 ; d. 1926; m. 1902, Ellen, d.
of James Rowe . —

Sir Ivo D'Oyly Elliott, and Bart. (21 June 1917),
M.A., Oxford, I.C.S., b. 1882; m. 1911, Margery Helen,
d. of Francis Carey, of Burgess Hill, Sussex ; and has
issue — Hugh Francis Ivo Elliott, Esq., b. 1913 ; Thomas
Anthony Keith Elliott, Esq., b. 1921 ; Anne Carey ;
PauHne. Res. — 173 Woodstock Road, Oxford ; Lucknow ,
India. Club — National.

ELLIS, see HATTON-ELLIS and LESLIE-ELLIS.

ELLIS ( H. Coll. , 4 April 1844. ). Per pale ermine and or,
three eels naiant in pale sable, on a chief embattled gules
an Eastern crown superscribed with the word "China" or,



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between on either side a triiient alsci or, surnioualing a
sword proper. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On
a naval crown azure, a mermaid proper crined or, between
two branches of laurel also proper. Motto — "Foremost
if we can."

Only surv. son of Col. Arthur Ellis, R. M.L.I, (third

son of Gen. Sir Samuel Burden Ellis, K.C.B. ), />. 1828;

d. 1885 ; m. 1868, Harriette, d. of Capt. F. W. Ellis,

R.N. , of Hill House, Southwold :—

Stewart Marsh Ellis, Gentleman, Author, Special Reviewer

for the " Fortnightly Review," 1^. 1878. Nes.—-^ Kent Road,

Kew Gardens, Surrey.

Only son of Col. Sir Alfred Burdon Ellis, K..C.B.,

(yr. son of Gen. Sir Samuel Burdon Ellis, K.C.B. ),

b. 1852 ; d. 1894 ; in. 1871, Emma, d. of Philip

King of Lewisham : —

Col. .Alfred Charles Ellis, C.B.E., Indian Army, b. 1875 '<

711. Mabel Dwyer; and has issue — .Arthur Alfred Burdon

Ellis, Esq., b. 1910. Clubs— ]\xn. Army aud Navy, United

Service (Simla).

ELLIS (H. Coll., 12 May 1899). Per pale argent and
azure, a dol[)hin naiant enibowed between two eels also
naiant, all counterchanged. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a sun in
splendour, a dolphin naiant proper, charged on the body
with a cross couped sable. Motto — "Obsta." Livery —
White and blue.

Sons of Edward Ellis of Bruce Grove, Tottenham,
CO. .Middx., b. 1817; d. 1890; m. 1847; Agnes, d. of
Benjamin Adam : —
Edward Brookes Ellis, Gentleman, b. 1848; m. 1879,
Annie Eliza, d. of Jas. Miller; and has had issue— (i)
Edward Miller Ellis, Esq., Capt. H.A.C., b. 1880; killed in
action 1918 ; (2) Samuel Francis Ellis, Gentleman, Indian
Police, <^. 1882 ; (3) Evelyn Charles Ellis, Gentleman, b. 1883
[;«. 1912, M. E. Hudson]; (4) Cyril Brookes Ellis, Gentle-
man, Lieut. H.A.C., b. 1890; killed in action 1916;
Winifred Agnes [»z. 1911, G. E. Rice]; and Lilian Mary.
/e<r.f.— Bush Hill Park, Enfield.

Richard Adam Ellis, Esq., J. P. co. Essex, b. 1850;
m. 1878, Emma Eliza, d. of William Booker ; and has had




ELLIS (Confn. U.O.). Gules, on a fesse argent, be
tween three crescents or, as many escallops azure, on a
canton of the third a garb vert, charged with two bezants.
Mantling gulp'; and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a dolphin naiant embowed argent, charged with
an escallop as in the arms. Motto — ' ' Non sine jure."

Sons of Robert Francis Ellis, Esq., of Sea Park, co.

Wicklow, M.A. (Trin. Coll., Dub.), J. P. and High

Sheriff (1867) co. Monaghan (High Sheriff co.

Wicklow 1868), b. \?>'2'z\ d. 1899; m. 1851, Elizabeth

Mary, d. of James Hawkins of St. Fenton's, co.

Dublin :—
Lt.-Col. Henry Leslie- Ellis [q.v.^.
Alexander Leslie Ellis, Gentleman, b. 1856. Res. —

Sons of Thomas Cupples Ellis, Esq., of St. Austin's.

CO. Wexford, J. P., b. 1829 ; d. 1885; m. i860, Augusta

Catherine, d. of Rev. Thomas Burne Lancaster, Rector

of Griltleton, Wilts. :—
Henry Herbert Maxwell Ellis, Gentleman, b. 1861 ;
m. 1885, Louise Van Metres; and has issue -Henry
Augustus Emilius Ellis, Gentleman, b. 1888; Catherine
Inez; and Violet. Res. —

Ernest Francis Leslie, Esq., J. P. co. Wexford, 3. 1867;
m. 1894, Harriet Eva, d. of late Matthew Johnson-Smyth
of Ingram, Lisburn, co. Antrim ; and lias issue — Eva
Augusta Elizabeth. Seat — St. Austin's, co. Wexford.

Arnold Claud Lancaster Ellis, Gentleman, Lieut. R. N.R.,
b. 1869 ; m. 1899, Georgina Alice, d. of Rev. James Sullivan,
Rector of Askeaton, co. Limerick ; and has surv. issue —
Arnold George Ellis, Gentleman, b. 1905 ; and Florence
Claudia Helena. Res. —

ELLIS (H. Coll., 27 Nov. 1861). Quarterly, i. per
saltire argent and gules, on a pale engrailed sable, between^
two derai-lions passant guardant, ducally crowned of
the first, three escallops also argent (for Ellis) ; 2. azure,
a lion passant within two bars raguly, all between as
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issue— (i) Richard Hugh Adam Ellis, Gentleman, Royal
Artillerv,;?. 1880; d. 1902 ; (2) Rae Adam Ellis, Gentleman,
b. 1881'; killed in action 1918 ; Dorothy Booker Ellis \in.
1905, Rear-Adm. Harry Vernon Stewart Haggard, C.B. ,
C.M.G.]; and Marjory Ellis (deceased). A'«j.— Green-
woods, Stock, Essex.



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base, all or (for Lobb) ; 3. gules, three swords fesseways
in pale argent, pommels and hilts or (for Chute) ; 4.
argent, a fish hauriant and erect azure, on each of two
flaunches of the last as manv barrulets wavy of the first
(for Sea) ; 5. argent three bars sable, in chief as many
trivets also sable (for Ryvett) ; 6. per pale argent and
sable, on a chevron between three lozenges, as many



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martlets all counterchanged (for Ryvett) ; 7- quarterly
or and gules, a bordure engrailed sable (for Hunting-
field) ; 8, argent, on a saltire engrailed sable, nine
annulets or (for Leake). Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a talbot ermine,
charged on the shoulder with three hearts two and one
gules, and resting the dexter paw on an escutcheon
sable charged with an escallop argent. Mottoes — (above
the crest) " Forte et fidele " ; and (below the arms),
" Fortune de guerre." Livery — Buff, with red facings.
Son of John Ellis, Esq., J. P., M.L.C., South
Australia, of Kelvedon Hall, Ongar, Essex, and
Benara, Mount Gambler, South Australia, b. 1807 ;
d. 1873 ; w. 1850, Elizabeth Jane White, d. of
Desborough Cathary, of Allsworth Hall, co.
Dorset : —
William Ellis Chute Ellis, Esq., Lieut.-Col. (ret.)
Princess of Wales Own Yorkshire Regt., B.A. (Cambs.),
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, b. 1856; tn. 1908,
Constance Ethel, d. of James Bull, of Carisbrooke, Isle
of Wight. Res. — The Vyne, High Salvington, nr.
Worthing, Sussex. Clubs — Oxford and Cambridge,
Junior United Service.

Issue of Chaloner Ellis Chute Ellis, Gentleman : —
? issue.

ELLIS (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i. erminois, a cross sable,
charged with five crescents argent (Ellis) ; 2. gules, on a
bend argent, three trefoils slipped vert (Hervey) : 3. gules,
two lions passant argent, ducally crowned or (Felton) ; 4,
gules, a bend between six cross crosslets fitch^e argent, on the
bend an escutcheon or, charged with a demi-lion rampant,
erased and pierced through the mouth with an arrow, within
a double tressure flory counterflory, all gules (Howard).
Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, on a mount vert, a goat's head erased argent.

Sons of Maj.-Gen. Sir Arthur Edward Augustus Ellis,

G.C.V.O., C.S.I., formerly Colonel Grenadier Guards,

Comptroller of the Lord Chamberlain's Department

(1901), 6. 1837; d. 1907; m. 1864, the Hon. Mina

Labouchere, d. of the Rt. Hon. the ist Baron

Taunton : —

Henry Arthur Augustus Ellis, Esq., Clerk in House

of Commons, b. 1866. Postal add. — 29 Portland Place,

London, W.

Gerald Montagu Augustus Ellis, Esq., formerly a Page
of Honour to Her Majesty, Extra Gentleman Usher for
King George since 1919, Capt. 4th Batt. Rifle Brigade
(Prince Consort's Own), d. 1872. J?es. — 51 South Street,
Park Lane, W. i.

ELLTS (H. Coll., 26 May, 1910). Or, on a cross
quarterly sable and azure, a hand grenade fired between
four crescents of the field. Mantling sable and or. Crest
— A demi-naked maiden in her modesty hair dishevelled




Third son of John Shipley Ellis, Esq., of Belgrave,

Leics., b. 1828 ; d. 1905 ; m. 1836, Silena, d. of

Richard Edward White, Esq., of Aspley Guise,

Beds. : —

John Shipley Ellis, Esq., J.P., Maj. late ist Northants.

R.E. (V.), b. 1865 ; m. i8g6, Hilda Anne, d. of James

Bristow, Esq., J. P. ; and has issue — Francis John

Shipley Ellis, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; Margery Shipley ;

and Jane Shipley. Estates in the parishes of Aspley

Guise, CO. Bedford, and Meldreth, co. Cambridge.

Res. — Abbeyfields, Peterborough.

ELLIS-GRIFFITH of Llanidan (H. Coll., 2 Feb. 1920).
Quarterly, i and 4, argent, on a mount vert, a griffin
segreant gules, supporting a spear proper (for Griffith) ;
2 and 3, or, a saltire vert between two crescents in fesse,
and as many wolves' heads erased in pale sable (for Ellis).
Crests — I. On a wreath argent and gules, in front of a
griffin's head erased gules, a scaling-ladder fessewise or
(for Griffith) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, in front of a
wolf's head erased sable, a hunting-horn stringed or (for
Ellis). Motto — " Trechyn ced nac arfaeth."

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Ellis Jones Ellis-Griffith, istBt.,

P.C, K.C., who assumed by Deed Poll 1918, the

additional surname of Ellis, b. i860 ; d. 1926 ; m.

1892, Mary, d. of Rev. Robert Owen, of Mold, co.

FHnt :—

Sir Ellis Arundell Ellis-Griffith, 2nd Bt. (27 Jan., 1918),

b. 1896. Res. — Towyn Capel, Holyhead, Anglesey.

Town res. — New Court, Middle Temple, E.G.

ELLISON, see CARR-ELLISON.

ELLISON of Footherley Hall (H. Coll.). Per fesse
gules and chevrony argent and sable, in chief three
eagles' heads erased or. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an eagle's head couped
per fesse or and argent, charged in base with two chevronel s




proper, holding in the dexter hand a caltrap gold.
Motto — " Mea virtute me involve."



sable, supporting in the beak a rose gules, barbed, seeded,
leaved and slipped proper. Motto — " Tout bien ou
rien."

Son of George Ellison, Gentleman, of Flint Green
House, Acocks Green, and of Perry Barr, Birming-
ham, b. 1873 ; m. 1894, Hermine, d. of Christian
Jakob Burkhard von Liitzelfltih, of Canton Berne,
Switzerland : —



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Alfred Ellison, Gentleman, Lieut, (ret.) R.F.C., b.
1896 ; m. 1916, Marvelle Keneda, d. of Col. Alfred Halse,
T.D., J. P., R.F.A., of Kenedon, Moseley ; and has issue
— Peter Jeffreys Ellison, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; Yvonne
Bernice ; Freda Joan ; Grizelda Burkhard Halse.
Seat — Footherley Hall, nr. Lichfield. Club — Brooklands
Automobile Racing.

ELLISON-MALARTNEY. Quarterly, i and 4, or, a
bucktrippant gules, a bordure of the last (for Macartney) ; 2
and 3, gules, on a chevron between three eagles' heads
erased argent, a trefoil slipped vert (for Ellison). Upon the
escutchfon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling gules and or. Crests — i. upon a wreath of the
colours, a cubit arm erect, the hand grasping a rose-