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Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
in front of a lion's head erased proper, crowned with a
vallary coronet, and holding in the mouth the attire of a
reindeer, three lozenges conjoined or. MottO — " Fac et
spera."

Sons of the late Hon. James Israel Fellows, F. R.G.S. ,
F.R.S.I., F.R.H.S.,F.S.A., F.Z.S., M.L.C., J.P.,and
Agent-Gen. for New Brunswick, b. ; d. ; m.

1st, , Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Allan, J. P., of St.
John, New Brunswick; 2nd, , Jane Hamlin, d. of
James R. Crane of St. John : —
Frederick Burnington Fellows, Gentleman, b. 1852.
Res.—

Ernest Gadesden Fellows, Gentleman, late ist Suffolk
Regt., b. ; m. 1903, Margaret Hamilton (who obtained
a divorce 1910), d. of Sir Frederick Wills, Bart. Res. —



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FELLOWS, late of Beeston (H. Coll.). Per pale arure
and sable, a fesse dancelt^e ermine between three lions'
heads erased each within an annulet or. Mantling azu. e
and agent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front
of a lion's head erased sable, charged with two banulets
■dancettt^e, thee annulets fessewise or. MottO — "Confide
xecte agens."

Son of Henry Fellows, Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln's
Inn), h. 1840; d. 1910; m. 1870, Emily Hope, only d.
of Thomas lames of Otterburn Tower, Northumber-
land : —
Alfred James Fellows, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law
^Lincoln's Inn), b. 1871. Chambers — 5 New Square,
Lincoln's Inn, 'W.C.

Only surv. son cf George Fellows,
Barrow-on-Soar, Loughborough, Capt.
late South Notts. Yeo. Cav. , b. 1845 ; d.
Emma Margaret, eld. d. of late
Pulteney, Rector of Ashley, Northants. : — ■
John Pulteney Fellows, Gentleman, b. 1S81.
Bright n.

Son of Sir Charles Fellows, Kt., b. 1799; d. i860;
m . 184.5, Eliza, d. of Francis Hart, Banker, of Notting-
ham : —
Charles Francis Fellows, Esq., M.A. (O.xon.), Barr.-at-
Law I Lincoln's Inn), Lt.-Col. late The 'Yorkshire (Duke of
York's Own) R.G.A. Mil., b. 1846; ;«. 1874, Alice Mary,
d. of William Charles Lucy, Esq., J. P. co. Glos. Jies. —
Brighton. Clubs — NewUniversiiy, Athenasum.

FENTON (H. Coll.). Per pale argent and sable, a
cross dovetailed, in the first and fourth quarters a fleur-de-
lys, and in the second and third a trefoil slipped, all counter-



Esq., J. P., of
and Hon. Maj.
1923; m. iZj7,
Rev. Richard



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lE-SVlSr-PREST,



changed. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a
wreath oi the colours, a fleur-de-lye sable, in front of two
arrows in saltire or, barbed and flighted argent. Motto—
" Je suis prest."

Sons cf lames Fenton, Esq., F.S.A., J. P. Lanes, and
Glos. (High Sherff 1869), M.A., b. 1818 ; d. 1902;
m. April "23, 1843, Helen, eldest dau. of Thomas
Greenall of Grappenhall Hall, in co. of Chester, and
niece of Sir Gilbert Greenall, M.P. : —



The Rev. Albert Edward Fenton, Clerk in Holy Orders,
b, Jan. 18, 1852; m. Aug. 25, 1887, Mary Emilie Salisbury,
eld. d. of the late Rev. Augustus Conway, Rector of Tod-
morden, co. Yorks. ; and has issue.

Henry Banning Fenton, Gentleman, b. Feb. 8, 1865 ;
m and has issue.

Son of Richard Kay Fenton, Gentleman, of Uutton
Manor, Longridge, Preston, b. March 2, 1853 ; d.
1915 ; m. April 19, 1894, Ella Mary, d. of the late Rev.
H. Williams, 'Vicar of Risca, co. Monmouth: —
Richard James Kay Fenton, Gentleman, ^. 1895. Res.—

FENTON- LIVINGSTONE (L.O.). Quarterly, i and
4, argent, three gillyflowers gules, within a double
tressure flory counter flory vert ; 2 and 3, sable, a bend
between si.x billets or, all within a bordure quartered
or and gules, in the centre of the quarters a crescent for




difference. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest— On
a wreath ot his liveries, a demi-savage wreathed about the
head and loins with laurel, holding in his dexter hand a
club resting on his shoulder, and a snake entwined around
his sinister arm, all proper. MottO— " Si je puis." Livery
— Drab, or white, with scarlet facings.

Eld. son of George Frederick James Fenton- Living-
stone, Esq., J. P.. of Easter Moffat, Airdrie, N.B., b.
i860 ; (/. 1907 ; m. 1889, Marion Isabella Rose, M.B.E.,
only dau. and heiess of Robert Traill, yngst. son of
George Trail, 6ih Laird of Holland :—
Thomas Frederick Fenton - Livingstone, Esq., Lieut.
Emergency List, R.N., b. 1890. 6Va/— Easter Moffat,
Airdrie, N.B.

JOHN NIGEL EDENSOR FENTON - LIVING -
STONE, Esquire, Justice of the Peace, late Lieutenant
Royal Highlanders, '"The Black Watch," third but eldest
surviving son of the late Thomas Livingstone Fenton-
Livingstone, Esq., of Westquarter (who succeeded
his g.and-uncle Admiral Sir Thomas Livingstone 1853,
and assumed the additional surname of Livingstone),
by his wife Christian Margaret, only dau. and heiress

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of William Waddell, Esq., D.L., of Easter Moffat,
CO. Lanarlc. Armorial bearings — Qua; tei ly, i and
4, argent, three cinquefoils gules, within a double
tressure flory and counteiflory vert; sand 3, sable, a
bend between six billt-ts or, all within a bordure quartered
or and gules. U pon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting
his. degree, with a Mantling gules doubled a gent ; and upon
a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a demi-savage,
wreathed round the head and middle with lauiel leaves, hold-
ing in his dexter hand a baton e ect. and in his sinister a
serpent entwined round the arm all proper. Motto — "Si
je puis." Married, Feb. 15, 1892, Elma, only dau. and
heiress of Allan McDougall of Ardincaple, co. Argyll, by
his wife Elizabeth Ann Penney, second dau. of Lord Kin-
loch, Judge of the Court of Session ; and has Issue —
(i) William Nigel Fenton-Livingstone, Gentleman, b. Jan.
12, 1893 ; (2) Allan Fenton - Livingstone, Gentleman,
b. March 23, 1894; Helen Grace. Postal add. —

FENWICK of Dunedin (H. Coll., 27 Apl. 1921).
Per fesse dancettee argent and gules, in a chief three
martlets sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, in front of a phcenix sable
rising from flames proper, four mullets argent. Motto —
" Toujours loyal."

Son of Robert Fenwick, of Sunderland : —

Sir George Fenwick, Knt. Bach. (1919), Founder of New
Zealand Press Association, b. 1847 ; m. 1874, Jane, d. of
George Proudfoot ; and has issue — George Ernest
Oswald Fenwick, Esq., O.B.E., F.R.C.S., Maj. (ret.)
N.Z. Med. Corps, b. 1878 ; David Eardley Fenwick,
Esq., O.B.E., M.D., M.R.C.P., 6. 1887 ; Marion Robertine ;
Linda Constance [m. 1912, William St. George White {d.
1915)] ; LQian May [m. 1923, Canon Percival James, of
St. Mary's Cathedral, Auckland] ; Ruby Beatrice [m,
1908, Edgar Hazlett]. Res. — 10 Napier Street, Morning-
ton, Dunedin, N.Z.

FENWICK (R.L., 31 May 1851, H. Coll.). Per bend
indented argent and azure, six martlets three and three
barways, counterchanged, within a bordure wavy of the
second. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, issuing from flames proper, a phoenix or
collared sable the wuigs azure, each charged with an




annulet argent, on the breast a saltire wavy sable. Motto —
" Perit ut vivat." Livery — Dark blue, red pipings, red
waistcoat.



Son of Thomas Fenwick Fenwick, Esq., J. P. and D.L.
Lanes., J. P. Westmorland and W. Rdg. Yorks., Chair-
man Quarter Sess. 1903, M.A. (Oxon. ), Barrister-at-
Law, b. 1842 ; d. 1907 ; m. 1875, Mary, d. of late
John Dugdaie, Esq., J. P., of Llwyn, co. Montgomery,
High Sheriff 1863, J. P. Montgomeryshire : —
The late Robert Edward Fenwick, Esq., J. P. Westmor-
land and Lanes., b. 1876; d. 1928. Seat — Burrow Hall,
Kirkby Lonsdale.

FENWICK-OWEN (R.L., 28 June 1909 ; H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a lion rampant sable, on a
canton azure a cross patee fitchee or (for Owen) ; 2 and 3
(for Fenwick). Mantling sable and argent. Crest of
Fenwick.

Only son of Francis Fenwick, Gentleman, of Maddox

Street, Hanover Square, 6. 1852 ; d. 1884 ; m. 1878,

Mary Matilda, eldest d. of the late Hugh Darby

Owen, Gentleman, of Bettws, co. Montgomery : —

George Fenwick-Owen, Esq.,, M.C., Capt. late K.O.

Roy. Regt. Norfolk Yeo., who assumed by R.L., 1909,

the additional surname and arms of Owen, 6. 1885; m.

1 9 14, Marion Bettina Maud, only dau. of Walter Hugh

Rawnsley, Esq., J. P., of Well View, co. Lincoln, and has

issue — two daus. Res. —

FENWICK - PALMER of Plas Ffron (H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a chevron vert between
three paliners' staves and scrips sable garnished gules
(for Palmer) ; 2 and 3 (for Fenwick). Crests — On a
wreath of the colours, an arm embowed vested azure cuffed
or, the hand grasping a tilting spear in bend sinister
proper (for Palmer) ; and Crest of Fenwick. Motto —
" Sic bene merenti palma."

Eldest son of Capt. George Capel Ralph Curzon

Fenwick, R. Welsh Fus., of Plas Ffron, Wrexham,

b, 1853; d. 1909; m. 1 891, Mary Adela, eldest d. of

Archibald Frederick Peel, of West Lea, Wormley,

Herts., and Mary Ellen, his wife, d. of Sir William

H. R. Palmer, Bart., of Cefn Park, Denbigh : —

Roderick George Fenwick-Palmer (formerly Fenwick),

Major Res. of Officers, and 6ist Carnarvon and Denbigh

Yeo., late 2nd Lieut. Life Gds., b. 1892. Seat — Plas

Ffron, Wrexham, co. Denbigh,

THOMAS CLENNELI. FENWICKE-CLENNELL,
Esq., J. P. and D.L. Born 1857, being the second (but
eldest surviving) son of the late Thomas Fenwicke-Clen-
nell, Esq., J. P., Barrister-at-Law, who assumed by Royal
Licence, 1882, the additional name of Clennell, upon suc-
ceedmg to the estates of Percival Fenwicke Clennell of
Harbottle Castle, and his wife Frances, eldest dau. of the
late Frederick Hardinge of Coatham Hall, co. Durham.
ArmorialbearingslR. L., 1882, H. Coll. )— Quarterly, i and
4, azure, a dexter arm proper issuing from a cufl argent,
on the sinister of the shield, the hand grasping a baton or
(Clennell, 1882) ; 2 and 3, Fenwick (originally granted 1796)
Crests — -I. on a wreath of the colours, issuing from flames
proper, a phoenix with wings elevated or, gorged with a
ducal coronet azure, charged on the breast and on each
wing with a martlet sable (for Clennell) ; 2. on a wreath
of the colours, a phoenix in flames, with wings elevated
proper, supporting with the beak a staff raguly erect sable
(for Fenwicke). Motto — "Tons jours loyale. " Married,
1st, 1883, Helen Maud Amy {d. 1913), dau. of the late
Rev. Edward Cheese, Rector of Haughton-le-Skerne, co.
Durham (and granddau. of Hon. H. Montague Villicrs) ;
2nd, 1924, Nancy, eld. d. of the late Capt. Donald Charles
Cameron, and has surv. Jssue — (i) Edward Clennell Fen-
wicke-Clennell, Esq., M.C., Capt. Ind. Army (ret.), b. 1892
[m. 1920, Elizabeth Alyson Blanche, only d. of John George
Bordan, of Benuell Hall, Northumberland]; (2) Geoffrey
Edward Fenwicke - Clennell, Esq., Capt. Ind. Army, b.
1896; (3) Christopher Edward Fehwicke-Clennell, Gentle-
man, b. 1900; Constance Maud ; and Frances Amy. Seat
— Harbottle Castle, Rothbury, co. Northumberland. Club
— Northern Counties (Newcastle-on-Tyne).

FERGUSON, see JOHNSON-FERGUSON.

FERGUSON (L.O., 1748-1754)— Azure, a buckle argent,
between three boars' heads couped or, within a bordure of
the second. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest— Upon
a wreath of his liveries a crescent or, rising from a cloud
proper. MottO — ' ' Virtute. ' '

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of Pitfour, N.B., late Lt.-Col. Grenadier Guards, i.

1836; d. 1924; m. 1861, Hon. Nina Maria, V.A.,

Bedchamber Woman to the Queen, eld. d. of the Rt.

Hon. Alexander Hood, ist Viscount Bridport: —
Sir Arthur George Ferguson, Knt. Bach. (1927), C.B.E.,
H.M. Inspector of C'l nstabulary for Scotland 1904-1927,
Lt.-Col. Rifle Brigade, 6. 1862 ; m. 1902, Janet Norah, d.
of Sir Alexander Baird, Bart., of Urit-, and has had issue
— Angus Arthur Ferguson, Lieut. Cameron Highlanders,
i. 1903; Alex. Ferguson, Esq., /•. 1905; Nigei Ferguson,
Esq., 6. 1906; R bin Patrick Ferguson, Esq., d. 1913; d.
1927 ; and Annette Nina. Seat — Norton House, Kin-
cardine, O'Neil, Aberdeenshire. Clui — Naval and Military.



FERGUSON (L.O., 20 Aug. 1910). Azure, an JE'^cu-
lapian rod in pale proper betwt-en three boars' heads erased
or armed and langued gules, on a chief argent a crescent




the eldest son of William Ferguson of Kinmundy, LL.D.,
by his wife Eliza {d. 1881), daughter of Andrew Williamson,
of Ayr, N.B. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1691) Azure, a
buckle argent, between three boars' heads couped or,
within a burdure embattled of the third. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a
dexter hand issuing from a cloud, grasping a broken spear
in bend proper. Motto — "Arte et animo." Livety —
Blue and white. Married, 1885, Georgina Anne, eldest
dau. of Capt. John de Courcy Andrew Agnew, R.N., of 2
Oxford Terrace, Edinburgh, and died 1917 having had
issue — (i) James Ferguson, Esq., M.A., LL.B., Advocate
1913, Major 9th Battalion (Highlanders) Royal Scots., b.
1886; killed in action 1916; (2) John de Courcy Agnew
Ferguson, Gentleman, b. 1887 ; d. 1904. Estates — Kin-
mundy and Coynoch, Aberdeenshire.

FERGUSON (U.O., 22 Dec. 1899; L.O., 1906).
Azure, a buckle or, between three boars' heads erased
argent, a bordure of the second sem^e of trefoils
slipped vert. Mantling azure and or. Crest— Upon




between two mullets of the field. Mantling azure, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a bee on a
thistle proper. Motto — " Dulcius ex asperis."

Only son of Rev. William Feiguson, Minister of Fosso-

way and Tulliebole, b. 1821 ; d. 1892 ; m. i860,

Elizabeth, d. of Robert Haig, Esq., of Dollarfield and

Glensherup, D.L. Clackmannanshire: —

James Haig Ferguson, Esq., M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S.,

F.R.S. (Edin.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.), Member of the King's

Bodyguard for Scotland (Royal Company of Archers), b.

1862 ; m. 1889, Penelope Gordon, eld. child of the late

Sir Patrick Heron Watson, M.D., LL.D. &c., D.L. City of

Edinburgh, Hon. Surgeon to the King in Scotland ; and has

had issue— (i) William Haig Ferguson, Esq., M C., Capt.

R.A.M.C, M.A. (Cantab.), M.B., Ch.B. (Edin.), *. 1891 ;

d. 1928 ; (2) Patrick Heron Watson Haig Ferguson, Esq.,

Lt.-Comdr. R.N., b. 1897; Elizabeth Ida Haig; Isobel

Christian Haig ; and Penelope Dorothy Haig. Res. —

7 Coates Crescent, Edinburgh. Clubs — Royal Societies',

University (Edinburgh).



The Late JAMES FERGUSON of Kinmundy, Esquire,
Advocate, K.C., Sheriff of Forfarshire, D.L., and J. P. for
Aberdeenshire, Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. 9th V.B. (High-
landers) Royal Scots (V.D.). Bom July 28, 1857, being



awreath of the colours, on a thistle proper passing through
a buckle or, a bee alighting of the last winged azure, and
on an escroll above " Dulcius ex asperis." Motto below
the arms-"Ut prosim aliis." Livery— \A^X. blue, with
yellow facings.

Son of George Bagot Ferguson, Gentleman, M.A. ,
M.D., M.Ch. Hertford Coll., Oxford, F.R.C.S.
(Eng.), Vice-Pres. of the British Medical Assoc, Pres.
1891, Fellow of the Royal Medical Chirurgical and
Obstetrical Societies, b. 1843; d. 1906; m. 1873,
Amelia Lavira, eld. d. of the late Major J. R. Boissier,
37th Regt. : —
Victor Bruce Ferguson, Gentleman, b. 1875. Residence—



FERGUSON of Carlisle (H. Coll.) Argent, a lion ram-
pant azure, between six oval buckles, tongues erect, three
fessewise in chef and as many in base, two and one, a chief
vair6 (impaling the arms of Irwin, viz. per pale or and argent,
three annulets in fesse between as many holly-leaves
slipped and pendent vert). Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wre.ith of the colours, in front of a demi-
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leaved and slipped proper, three buckles fessewise as in the
arms. Motto — ' ' Vi et arte."

Son of late Richard Saul Ferguson, Esq., J. P., D.L.

M.A. , LL.M., F.S.A., Chancellor of Carlisle and

Chairman of Qr. Sessions, b. 1837; d. 1900; m. 1867,

Georgiana Fanny, eld. d. of Spencer Shelley of the

Treasury : —

Spencer Charles Ferguson , Esq. ,0. B. E. , J. P. Cumberland,

Major 5th Northumberland Fus. , served in Nile Campaign

1898, present at battle of Omdurman, and in Boer War

1899-1900, present at battles of Belmont, Enslin, Modder

River, and Magersfontein, and Great War 1914-19, b. 13




Aug. 1868 ; 7?i. 12 Sept. 1901, Caroline Agnes, eld. child
of Thomas Angelo Irwin, Esq., J. P. and D.L. for Cumber-
land, of Lynehow and Solport in that co. ; and has issue-
George Cuthbert Irwin Ferguson, Gentleman, b. 1903 [m.
1925, Betty Gillian, only child of O. T. Price, Esq., of
Ironshill Lodge, Lyndhurst] ; Robert Spencer Ferguson,
Genileman, i^. 1918 ; Agnes Ursula; and Helen Frances.
J?e!. — Waters Green House, Brockenhurst, Hants.

FERGUSON-DAVIE(R.L.,i3Feb. 1846). Quarterly,!
and 4, argent, a chevron sable between three mullets pierced
gules (Davie of Crediton, 20 Apiil 1594); 2 and 3, azure,
three cinquefoils, two and one or, on a chief of the last,
a lion passant gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crests
— I. en a wreath of the colours, a paschal lamb regardant
gules; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a halcyon oi' king-
fisher wings elevated proper, holding in the beak a branch
of olive vert. Motto — " Auspice Christo."

Sons of Sir William Augustus Ferguson-Davieof Creedy
Devon, 3rd Bart. ,C.B., M.A. (Camb. ), J. P. co. Devon,
i. 1833; (/. 1915 ; m. 1862, Frances Harriet, d. of Sir
William Miles, Bart. : —
Sir William John Ferguson-Davie, 4th Bart, of Creedy
(9 Jan. 1847), Major late Border Regt., b. 1863; m. 1891,
Phina, d. of Thomas Nelson of Friar's Carse, co. Dumfries.
Seat — Creedy Park, Crediton, Devon.

Henry Augustus Ferguson-Davie, Esq., C.B. , b. 1865;
ffi. 1897, Adeline, d. of Thomas H. Newman of Coryton
Manor, co. Devon; and has issue — Violet Lilian, and
Evelyn Sybil. J^es. — Bittiscombe Manor, Wiveliscombe,
Somerset.

Sons of Arthur Francis Ferguson-Davie, Esq., CLE.,
D.S.O. , Lt.-Col. 51st Sikhs, b. 1867; d. of wounds
received in action 1916 ; m. 1906, Blanche Evelyn
Daphne, d. of Charles Topham Naylor of Dean House,
Alresford : —



William Anthony Ferguson-Davie, Gentleman, b. 1907.
Arthur Patrick Ferguson-Davie, Gentleman, b. 1909.
Fourth son of Sir William Augustus Ferguson-Davie,
3rd Bart, {see above) : —
Edward Cruger Ferguson-Davie, Esq., b. 1868 ; m. 1905,
Blanche Evelyn, d. of William Wyndham Hasler of Alding-
bourne ; and has issue — John Ferguson-Davie, Gentleman,
b. 1906. J?es.—42 Elm Park Road, S.W.

Son of Francis Andrews Ferguson-Davie, Esq. , Capt.
Reserve of Officers, late Black Watch, b. 1867 ; d. 1917 ;
m. 1891, Amanda, d. of John Fabris : —
William Ferguson-Davie, Gentleman, /'. 1892. J?es. —
Sons of Henry Herrick Ferguson-Davie, Gentleman,
b. 1869; d. 1913 ; ni. 1891, Eleanor {d. 1913), d. of
William Schultz of Philadelphia : —
Henry Herrick Ferguson-Davie, Gentleman, b. 1894.
J?es. — Baltimore, U.S.A.

Charles Francis Ferguson-Davie, Gentleman, 1''. 1898 ;
m. 1924, Alice Clarke, eld. d. of Henry Newman, of
Potterne, Wilts. , and has issue: — Muriel Frances, /^es. —
Langkawi Island, Malaya.

William Carev Ferguson-Davie, Gentleman, b. 1900.
J?es. —Philadelphia, U.S.A.

Younger son of Rev. Charles Robert Ferguson-Davie,
b. 1836 ; (/. 1897; w. 1866, Anne Clarissa {d. 1889), d.
of Biggs Andrews, Esq., G.C. : —



Rt. Rev. Charles James
Singapore 1909-7927, M.A.
Batt. Suffolk Regt. , b. 1872 ;
d. of Professor Hull, F.R.S.



Ferguson-Davie, Bishop o.
(Camb.), late Capt. 4th Vol.
;«. 1902, Charlotte Elizabeth,
7?^.?.— Sydney, N.S.W.



FERGUSSON, see CUTLAR-FERGUSSON.

FERGUSSON (L.O., 1866). Argent, a lion rampant
azure armed and langued gules, on a chief engrailed of the
last, a mullet between two cinquefoils of the first. Mantling




gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of the liveries,
a de.xter hand grasping a broken spear in bend all proper.
Motto — " Vi et arte." Livery — Plum colour, piped with
red.

Eldest surv. son of Sir James Ranken Fergusson, 2nd

Bart., J. P. and Vice-Lieut, co. Peebles, b. 1835;

d. 1924 ; by ist wife, m. 1862, Mary Anne Somes,

eld. d. of Thomas Colyer, of Wombwell Hall,

Kent:—

Sir Thomas Colver Colyer-Fergusson, 3rd Bt. (22

Jan. 1866), J. P. and (1906) High Sheriff, Kent, M.A.

(Oxon.), b. 1865; assumed 1890 the additional surname

of Colyer; m, 1st, 1890, Beatrice Stanley [d. 1902),

only surv. d. of Rt. Hon. Professor Friedrich Max Muller,

P.C. ; 2nd, 1914, Mary Freda, d. cf the late Rt. Hon.

Arthur Cohen, P.C. ; and has surv. issue — Max Christian

Hamilton Colyer-Fergusson, Esq., late temp. Capt.

R.A.S.C., h. 1890 [_m. 1913, Edith Jane, only child of the

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and has issuj^Iames Hertx-rt HamiUon Colyer-Fergussoii,
P2sq., b. 1917]; William Poiteous Colyer-Fergusson, Esq.,
Lieut. Northanls. Regt.. b. 1893 [in. 1919, Doris Dunstan.
d. of the late W. D. Ford Smith, of Wootiford, Cheshire] ;
Mary Adelaide Somes [m. 1914, Waller Monckton, and has
issue] ; Phillis Katherine St. L.-ger \_m. 1922, John Naylor
Hodgson-\\'ilson, Lieut. R.H..-\. ; and has issue] ; and
Beatrice Helen Valentine. Seats — Spitalhaugl., West
Linton, Peebles; W'ombwell Hall, and Ightham Mote,
Kent. C/«^J— Constitutional, Conservative, New (Edin-
burgh).

FERGUSSON of Kilkerran. Quarterly, i.
grand quarter, azure, a buckle argent between three
boars' heads couped or armed and langucd gules (for
Fergusson) ; 2. grand quarter, counterquartered, i and 4,
argent, an eagle displayed sable beaked and membered
gules (for Ramsay) ; 2 and 3, gules, a chevron betwixt
three fleurs-de-lys or (for Broun of Colston) ; 3. grand
quarter, counterquartered, i and 4, or, a lion rampant
couped at all joints gules, within a double tressure flory-
counterllory azure (for ]\Iaitland) ; 2 and 3, argent, a
shakefork sable (for Cuninghame) ; 4. grand quarter, or,
on a saltire azure nine lozenges of the first, on a bordtire
of the second eight mullets and as many boars' heads
erased alternately argent (for Dalrymple). Crest — On
a wreath of his liveries, a bee on a thistle proper.
Mottoes — (below), " Ut prosim aliis " ; (above), " Dulcius
ex asperis."

Eld. son of Rt. Hon. Sir James Fergusson, 6th Bart.,

P.C, G.C.S.L, K.C.M.G., CLE., b. 1832; d. 1907;

m. 1859, Lady Edith Christian (d. 1871), d. of

ist Marquis of Dalhousie : —
Sir Charles Fergusson, 7th Bart. (30 Nov., 1703),
G.C.M.G., K.C.B., D.S.O., M.V.O., Governor-General
and Commander in Chief, New Zealand, b. 1865 ; m.
1 90 1, Lady Alice Mary Boyle, d. of 7th Earl of Glasgow ;
and has issue — James Fergusson, Esq., b. 1904 ; Simon
Charles David Fergusson, Esq., b. 1907 ; Bernard Edward
Fergusson, Esq., b. 1911 ; Helen Dorothea [m. 1925,
Maj. L. P. Haviland, 6th Lancers, Indian Army].
Seats — Kilkerran, Maybole, co. A>t ; Ladybum, Maybole,
CO. A>t:. Official res. — Government House, Wellington,
N.Z. C/m6— Carlton.



GEORGE JAMES
Esquire, J. P. and D. L.
Hon. Lt.-Col. 3rd Batt.



FERGU.SSON - BUCHANAN,
CO. Dumbarton, late Major' and
Scots Fusiliers, formerly A.D.C.




to the Governor of Bombay, Major .\rmy Reserve, served
in 2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers in South African War (medal
with three clasps), Member of the Royal Company of



Archers (King's Bodyguard) [assumed 1890 the additional
name of Buchanan on succeeding to Auchentorlie]. Born
April 27, 1862, being the only son of the late George
Herinand Fergusson (third son of 4th Bart, of Kilkerran),
by his second wife Georgina Grace, dau. of Archibald
Buchanan of Auchentorlij. Armorial beaxings ( Rematric.
L.O., 1900) — Quarterly, i and 4, or, a lion rampant
sable, between two otters' heads erased in chief proper
and a cinquefoil in base of the second, within a double
tressure flory counterflory of the last (Buchanan ot
Ardenconnel, L.O., 1791); 2 and 3, azure, a buckle
argent between three boars' heads couped or, within a
bordure of the last (P'ergusson of Kilkerran, L.O. ,
1719) Crests — I. upon a wreath of the liveries, an
armed dexter hand couped proper, holding a cap of
dignity purpure faced ermine, within two laurel branches
disposed in orle proper. MottO — " Clarior hinc honos ; "
2. on a wreath of the liveries, on a thistle leaved and
flowered proper, a bee or. Motto — " Dulcius ex asperis."
Livery — Black and yellow. Married, Dec. 8, 1886, Grace,
dau. of the late Claud H. Hamilton, Esq., J. P., of Barns,
CO. Dumbarton ; and has Issue — Noel Grace [m. Colin