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legged sable, ducally gorged per pale gules and of the
second.

Son of Basil Thomas Fitzherbert, Esq., of Swyn-
nerton Park, by his ist wife, Emilv Charlotte, elder
d. of Hon. Edward Stafford Jerningham: —
Rt. Hon. Francis Edward Fitzherbert-Stafford, 12th
Baron Stafford (12 Sept. 1640), D.S.O., J. P. and D.L. co.
Stafford, Lord High Steward for the Borough cf Stafford,
late Lieut. -Col. 3rd Royal Lanes. Regt. , served in South
Africa 1900-2, sue. as 12th Baron 1913 and assumed by
Royal Licence 22 Nov. 1913 the additional name and arms
of Stafford, b. i860; m. 1903, Dorothy Hilda, third d. of
.Albert Octavius Worthington, Esq., J. P. and D.L. of
Maple Hayes, Lichfield. 5^(2/.f— Stafford Castle, co. Staf-
ford ; Swynnerton Park, Stone. Staffs. ; and Shifnal Manor
Salop. Clubs — Marlborough, White'f, Orleans.



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FITZHUGH of Plas Power (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i
and 4, ermine, two flaunches sable, on a chief gules, four
martlets or (Fitz Hugh) ; 2 and 3, gules, three boars' heads
in pale or (Lloyd). Mantling sable and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a quatrefoil sable, thereon a




j[|)o5cration ismygloryj



martlet erminois. MottO — " Moderation is my glory," or

" In moderation placing all my glory." Livery — Chocolate

and yellow.

Sons of Captain Godfrey FitzHugh, J. P. and D. L.
(High Sheriff 1910) for co. Denbigh, Major Mont-
gomeryshire Imp. Y.C. , b. 1873 ; killed in action, 1917,
m. 1904, Ethel Mary, d. of the late Edmund Ethelston
Peel, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Brynypys, Flintshire: —
Godfrey Edmund FitzHugh, Gentleman, 3. 1905. Seat —

Plas Power, nr. Wrexham, co. Denbigh.

Robert Michael FitzHugh, Gentleman, b. 1910.
Son of Godfrey William FitzHugh, b. 1820; d. 1895;
m. 1872, Katherina Emily, eld. d. of late Capt. Henry
Oakeley, R.N., of Oakeley:—
William FitzHugh, Gentleman, b. 1875. jV^j.— The

Grange, Ludham, Great Yarmouth.

FITZJAMES-STUART (Orig. granted, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, quarterly, i. and iiii., azure, three
fleurs-de-lys or (France); ii. and iii., gules, three lions
passant guardant, in pale or (England) ; 2. or, a lion ram-
pant, within a double tressure flory counterflory gules
(Scotland); 3. azure, a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland),
all within a bordure compony gules and azure, charged
alternately, the gules with lions of England, and the azure
with fleurs-de-lys. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On
a chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a dragon passant
argent, gorged with a collar azure, charged with three
fleurs-de-lys or.

Sons of Charles, 9th Duke of Berwick, b. 1849 ; d.

1901 ; 771. 1877, Maria del Rosario Falc6 y Osorio,

Condesa de Siruela : —
Jacoho-Maria del Pilar Carlos Manuel Fitzjames-Stuart
Falc6 Portocarrero y Osorio, loth Duke of Berwick-upon-
Tweed (created by King James II. 1688, attainted in
England 1695, but subsequently recognised in France and
Spain), 17th Duke of Alba de Tornies, &c. (Spain, 1465),
&c. [Supporters — Dexter, a unicorn argent, armed or,
collared and chained azure, the collar charged with three



fleurs-de-lys or ; sinister, a dragon gules, collared and
chained or, the collar charged with three fleurs-de-lys azure],
b. 1878 ; m. X920, Maria del Rosario de Silva y Gurtubay,
Marquesa de San Vicente del Barco, and has issue — 1 dau.
Res. — Palacio de Liria, Madrid.

Hernando Carlos Maria Teresa FitzJames-Stuart, Falc6
Portocarrero y Osorio, isth Duque de Penaranda, &c. , b.
1882. i?ej.— Madrid.

FITZ MAURICE, see PETTY-FITZMAURICE.

FITZ PATRICK (R.L., 1818). Sable, a saltire argent,
on a chief azure, three fleurs-de-lys or, a bordure wavy of
the second. Mantling sable and argent. Creit— On a
wreath of the colours, a dragon on its back proper,
surmounted by a lion passant sable, the whole debruised
by a bendlet sinister wavy argent. Motto — " Ceart laidir
abu." Supporters (of Barony) — Two lions sable, ducally
crowned, collared and chained or, each charged on the
shoulder with three fleurs-de-lys or.

Son of ist Baron Castletown, Lord-Lieut, and Cust.

Rot. Queen's Co., b. 1811 ; d. 1883 ; m. 1830, Augusta,

d. of Rev. Archibald Douglas : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Bernard Edward Barnaby Fitz Patrick, and
Baron Castletown, of Upper Ossory, K.P., P.C, C.M.G.,
D.L. Queen's Co., Chancellor Roy. Univ. of Ireland,
1906-9; late Lt.-Col. 4th Batt. Leinster Regt. , formerly
ist Life Guards, B.A. (Oxon.), M.P. for Portarlington
1880-83, b. 1848 ; 7n. 1874, Hon. Ursula Clare Emily St.
Leger (if. 1927), only d. of 4th Viscount Doneraile. Seats —
Granston Manor, Abbeyleix, Queen's Co. ; Doneraile
Court, CO. Cork. Clubs — Travellers', Brooks's, Bachelors',
Kildare Street (Dublin).

FITZ RANDOLPH of Fredericton, New Brunswick
(H. Coll.). Argent, on a chief indented azure, three roses
of the field, barbed and seeded proper. Mantling azure




and argent. Crest — Upon a chapeau or, turned up azure,
the brim charged with three roses, as in the arms, a wyvern
also azure.

Sons of Allan Humbert Fitz Randolph, Gentleman,

B.A. (Univ. New Brunswick), Pres. People's Bank of

New Brunswick, b. 1859 ; d. 1926 ; tk. 1884, Anne

Hatheway, d. of Charles Tucker: —

Guy Allan Fitz Randolph, Gentleman, B.Sc. F. (Univ.

N.B. ), served Great War as Lieut. Canadian 6th Siege

Battery, b. 1887; m. 1913, Kathleen, d. of A. Rainsford



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Balloch, and has issue — Mary Kathleen ; Sarah Rachel ;
and Francis Margaret. Seat — Randolph, St. John County,
New Brunswick, Canada.

Archibald Menzies Fitz Randolph, Esq. , M. A. (Oxon.),
served Great War with R.N.A.S.. Capt. (ret.) R.A.F., d.
1896. A-w.— Oxford. Clufi—R.A.F.

Sons of Hon. Archibald Drummond Fitz Randolph,

late of Fredericton, New Brunswick, Meailxjr of the

Council of the said Province, K 1833 ; d. 1902 ; m.

1858, Ainira, d. of William Turnbull : —

Robert Somers Fitz Randolph, Gentleman, d. 1869 ; m.

Ellen, eld. d. of the late Hon. Andrew George Blair, K.C.

and P.C. Dominion of Canada ; and has issue — (i) Robert

Somers Fitz Randolph, Gentleman, 6. 1894 ; (2) Edward

Blair Fitz Randolph, Gentleman, ^. 1907 ; and Constance.

J?es. — Fredericton. New Brunswick, Canada.

Charles Fitz Randolph, Gentleman, /•. 1876; m. ;

and has issue — Geoffrey Fitz Randolph, Gentleman, ^.
1903. /?ef. — Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.

FIIZ PATRICK (U.O.). Sable, a saltire argent, on a
chief of the last a pellet between two torteaux. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
dragon regardant vert, standing thereon a lion guardant
sable, his dexter forepaw on the dragon's head.

Sons of Rev. Frederick Fitz Patrick, Rector of Cloone,
CO. Leitrim, d. 1821 ; </. 1895; m. 1853, Lady Olivia
laylour, eld. d. of Thomas, 2nd Marquess of Head-
fort, K.P. :—

Robert Peisse Fitz Patrick, Gentleman, d. 1857. Seat —
Newtown Manor, Sligo.

Heremon John Francis Headford Lindsey Fitz Patrick,
Esq., j.P. , D.L. CO. Mayo, High Sheriff 1889, d. i860; m.
1st, 1885, Mary Georgiana Cecilia Katherine {d. 1895), d.
of Thomas Spencer Lindsey of Hollymount ; 2nd, 1908,
Grace Agnes, widow of Col. Henry L'Estrange Malone
and d. of Francis Brook of Summerton. Seat — Holly-
mount House, Hollymount, co. Mayo.

Hugo George Heber Fitz Patrick, Gentleman, i. 1861 ;
m. 1905, Gertrude Elizabeth Catherine, only d. of Lt.-Col.
Yates. Res. —

Oliver Thomas Edwin Fitz Patrick, Gentleman, d. 1863.
J^es —

FITZ-ROY (H. Coll., 1672). Quarterly, i and 4,
quarterly, i. and iv., azure, three fleurs-de-lys or (France);
ii. and iii., gules, three lions passant guardant in
pale or (England); 2. or, a lion rampant within a double
tressure flory and counterflory gules (Scotland) ; 3. azure,
a harp or, stringed argent (Ireland) ; the whole debruised
by a baton in bend sinister, compony of six pieces, argent
and azure. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a lion statant guardant
or, crowned with a ducal coronet azure and gorged with
a collar counter compony argent and of the fourth.
Motto — " Et decus et pretium, recti."

Son of Most Noble Sir Augustus Charles Lennox

Fitz-Roy, K.G., C.B.. 7th Duke of Grafton, 3. 1821 ;

d. igi8 ; ?>i. 1847, Anna (d. 1857), d. of James Balfour

of Whittinghame, co. Berwick: —
The Most Noble Alfred William Maitland Fitz-Roy, 8th
Duke of Grafton (Eng. , 11 Sept. 1675), Earl of Euston,
Viscount Ipswich and Baron Sudbury (Eng.. 16 Aug. 1672),
Earl of Arlington and Vise. Thetford (Eng., 22 Ap. 1672),
and Baron Arlington (Eng., 14 Mar. 1664I, Hered. Ranger
' f Whittlebury Forest, co. Northants [Supporters —
Dexter, a lion guardant or, crowned with a ducal coronet
azure and gorged with a collar counter compony argent
and of the sec .nd ; sinister, a greyhound argent, gorged as
the dexter], late Lieut. Coldstream Guards, J.P. , D.L. co.
Northants. and Suffolk, d. 1850; m. 1st, 1875, Margaret
Rose {d. 1913), d. of Eric Carrington Smith ; and has had
issue — William Henry Alfred Fitz-Roy, commonly called
Viscount Ipswich, Lieut. 4th Batt. Coldstream Gds. , served
Great War, d. 1884; d. 1918 [m. 1913, Auriol Margaretta,
only child of Major James Brougham, late 40th Regt., and
left issue - John Charles William Fitz-Roy, commonly called
Viscount Ipswich, fi. 1914 ; Hon. Margaret Jane I and Hon.
Mary Rose] ; Lady Lilian Ro&e[m. 1910, Charles Robertson,
late of the Ministry of Educatit)n, Egypt]; and Lady Maiy
Margaret ; 2nd, 1916. Susanna Mary, d. of the late Sir
Mark MacTaggart Stewart, and widow of Lord Borthwick,
and has further issue — Lady Cecilia Blanche Genevieve.
Seat — Euston Hall, Thetford. Town res. — 6 Chesterfield
Gardens, W. C/uis — Arthur's Turf, Orleans.

Sons of Rev. Lord Charles Edward Fitz-Roy, M.A.



(Camb. ), Rector of Euston- with-Barnham, Hon. Chap-
lain to the King, and formerly Chaplain-in-Ordinary
to Queen Victoria, J.P. and C.C. co. Suffolk, d. 1857 ;
d. 191 1 ; m. 1883, Hon. Ismay Mary Helen Augusta
Fitz-Roy, d. of 3rd Baron Southampton ; —
Charles Alfred Euston Fitz-Roy, Esq., Maj, late R.
Welsh Fusiliers, 6. 1892 ; m. ist, 1918, Lady Doreen Buxton
{d. 1923), d. of 1st Earl Buxton, G.C.V.O. ; 2nd, 1924, Lucy
Eleanor, d. of Sir George Stapylton Barnes, K.C.B.,
K.C.ST, (y.v.), and has issue — Hugh Denis Charles Fitz-
Roy, Esq., 6. 1919 ; Charles Oliver Edward Fitz-Roy,
Gentleman, d. 1923 ; and Anne Mildred Ismay. /?es. —
The Lodge Farm, Coney Weston, Bury St. Edmund's.
John Percy Samuel Fitz-Roy, Gentleman, d. 1899.

Son of Major Cavendish Charles Fitz-Roy, d. 1833 :

d. 1894 ; m. 1859, Mary (d. 1892), d. tf Thomas

Lumsden Strange : —

Harold Charles Cavendish Fitz-Roy, Esq., late Lieut.

3rd Batt. Durham L.I., d. 1870; tn. 1892, Eliza Mary,

d. of Thomas Butt of Prior's Court, co. Worcester ; and

has issue— (i) Charles Cavendish Fitz-Roy, E,sq., />. igoo ;

and Mary Georgina Anne. /ies. —

Sons of Hugh Maitland Fitz-Rcy, Gentleman, 3rd

Buffs, d. 1843; '^- ^9°3 1 '"• 1877, Bertha {d. 1918),

d. and h. of Major J. F. Kearney, 15th Hussars: —

Ronald Hugh Fitz-Roy, Esq., late Capt. Scots Guards,

served in South African War, has medal with fcur clasps,

and Great War 1914-18, i. 1878. Clui — Guards'.

Victor Robert Charles Fitz-Roy, Gentleman, i. 1880.
J?es.—

Sons of Francis Horatio Fitz-Roy, Esq., J.P. and D.L.
CO. Southampton, d. 1823 ; d. 1900 ; m. 1849, Hon.
Gertrude Duncombe, d. of 2nd Baron Feversham : —
Sir Almeric William Fitz-Roy, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., Clerk
to the Privy Council 1898-1923, d. 1851 ; m. 1887, Katherine,
d. of Sir Henry Thomas Farquhar of Gilmilnscroft, 4th Bart.
[Impaling the arms of Farquhar, namely argent, a lion
rampant sable, armed and langued gules, between two
sinister hands couped and apaum^e in chief of the last and
a crescent in base azure] ; and has issue — (i) Nigel Horatio
Tievor Fitz-Roy, Esq., 6. 1889 [m. 1917. Constance, only
d. of Capt. Robert Paul, R.N. of The Highlands, Banbury] ;
and Yvonne Alice Gertrude. Seat — Frogmoie Park, Black-
water, Hants. J own res. — 7 Eaton Terrace, S.W. Clui
— Travellers'.

Cyril Duncombe Fitz-Roy, Gentleman, late Registrar-
Royal of Art. Beard of Education, b. 1861 ; m. ist, 1903,
Leila Margaret {d. 1904), d. of Robert Smith of Goldings,
CO. Herts. ; and has issue — Esm6 Leila Gertrude; m. 2nd,
1908, Margaret, only d. of Rev. William Durham, Rector
of Ladbroke, Warwick ; and by her has issue — Charles
Francis Mark Fitz-Roy, Gentleman, 6. 1909 ; and Elizabeth
Anne. J?es. — 104 Belgrave Road, S.W. C/?/iJ^Travellers'.
Sons of Rt. Hon. Charles Fitz-Roy, 3rd Baron South-
ampton, b. 1804 ; d. 1872 ; by 2nd wife, m. 1862,
Baroness Ismay Catherine, V.A., d. of ist Baron Nugent
of Austria : —
Rt. Hon. Charles Henry Fitz-Roy, O.B.E., 4th Baron
Southampton (G.B., 17 Oct. 1780) [Supporters— Dexter,
a lion guardant or, crowned with a ducal coronet azure and
gorged with a collar counter-compony ermine and of the
second ; sinister, a greyhound argent gorged as the dexter],
Lt.-Col. late Yorks. Regt., and late Capt. loth Hussars,
D.L. CO. Warwick, i. 1867; m. 1892, Lady Hilda Mary
Dundas, d. of Lawrence, ist Marquess of Zetland ; and
has surv. issue— Hon. Charles Fiiz-Roy, d. 1904 [m. 1927,
Margaret, d. of Rev. Preb. Herbert Mackworth Drake,
Vicar of Paignton, S. Devcn, and has issue — Charles
James Fitz-Roy, Esq., d. 1928]; Hon. Dorothy [w. 1916,
Capt. J. McKerrell-Brown. Seafcrtli Highlanders]; Hon.
Victoria Alexandrina Sibell [m. 1925, Major \\'illiam
Vandeleur Beatty of Phantom House, Newmarket] ; and
Hon. Ismay Hilda Margaret. /?es. — Idlicote, Shipston-
on-Stour. Club — White's.

Rt. Hon. Edward Algernon Fitz-Roy, P.C, Deputy-
Chairman of Ways and Means 1923, and from 1925 M.P. for
S. Northants. 1900-6, and again Jan. 1910-18, and for
Daventry from igi8, J.P. , C.C, and D.L, Northants.,
late Capt. ist Life Gds., b. 1869; m. 1891, .Vluriel, C.B.E.,
d. of Hon. Archibald Douglas-Pennant ; and has surv.
issue— (i) Robert Oliver Fitz-Roy, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr.
R.N., i. 1893 ['«• 191^. Grace Zoe, d. of the late C H. C.
Guinness, M^P. , and has issue— 3daus. (J?es. — Waterford
Ledge, Christchurch, Hants.)] ; (2) John Maurice Fitz-Roy,
Esq., Lieut.-Comdr. R.N., i. 1897 [*"■ J9i9. Lucia
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G.C.M.G. if.v.], and has issue — Francis Humphrey
Maurice Fitz-Roy, Gentleman, d. 1921 ; and Lucia Anne];
and Nancy Jean. Seat — Fox-Hill, West Haddon, Rugby.
Clul> — Carlton.

Sons of Maj.-Gen. William Fitzroy, J. P., of Northcote

House, Rugbv, i. 1820; d. 1902; w. 1864, Gertrude

Mary(ar. 1896), d. of Capt. S. H. Wentworth, R.E. : —

Frederick Henry Fitzroy, Esq. , R. D. , Capt. (ret. ) R. N. R. ,

d. 1872 ; m. 1904, Eleanor, d. of William Allan ; and has

surv. issue — William Wentworth Fitzroy, Gentleman, i.

1907. J?es. —

Charles Edward Fitzroy, Gentleman, />. 1876. Jies. —

R' bert Hope Fitzroy, late Major R.G.-'X., d. 1881 ; m.

1915, Stella Agnes, d. of the late Brig.-Gen. R. F. Kelly,

C.B.,D.S.O. J^es.—

Sons of George Dartmouth Fitzroy, Capt. R.N., d.
1832; d. i8go; w. 1S66, Caroline Catherine, d. of
Cluny Macpherson, C.B., of Cluny Castle, co. Inver-
ness : —
George Ewen Macpherson Fitzrov, Gentleman, d. 1866.
J?es.—

Gordon Duncan Seymour Fitzroy, Gentleman, d. 1868;
tn. ist, 1891, Marie (d. 1894), widow of Dr. Howell Turner
of Norwich; 2nd, Adalia Leasure of Arkansas, U.S.A.;
and has issue — (i) Albert Loring Fitzroy, Gentleman, d.
1900 ; (2) Francis George Fitzroy, Gentleman, 6. 1903.
J?es.—

Sons of Lt.-Col. Ferdinand Fitzroy, late R. A. , 6. 1833 ;
d. 1907; m. 1855, Mary Helena {d. 1905), d. of Major
George Russell Cremelin, C.B. : —
Ferdinand Trevor Fitzroy, Gentleman, li. 1857. /?es. —
Reginald Fitzroy, Gentleman, d. 1858. lies. —
George William Fitzroy, Gentleman, i. 1861. /?es. —
Herbert Fitzroy, Gentleman, fi. 1867. J?es. —
Frederick Voyle Fitzroy, Gentleman, 6. 1869. j?es. —
Son of Rev. Frederick Thomas William Coke Fitzroy,
Rector of Great Ringstead, Norfolk, fi. 1808 ; d. 1862 ;
m. 1834, Emilia le Strange, d. of Henry Styleman of
Snettisham Hall, Norfolk : —
Henry William Fitzroy, Gentleman, late R.N., i. 1838.

Sons of Cecil Augustus Fitzroy, Esq., J. P., />. 1844;
d. ; m. 1878, Susannah, third d of William Beet-

ham, Esq., of Wellington, New Zealand, J. P. : —
Charles Cecil Southampton Fitzroy, Gentleman, l>. 1884.
Frederick Waller Southampton Fitzroy, Gentleman, d.
1885. Postal add. — Ringstead, Hastings, Hawkes Bay,
New Zealand.



FITZ SIMON (U.O.). Sable, a label of three points or,
between three crescents argent. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a bear passant
sable, holding in his mouth a slip of oak proper. Motto —
" Fortiter et suaviter. "
Son of : —

Rev. Edmond Watson Fitz Simon, b. . Res. —



FITZWILLIAM, see WENTWORTH -FITZWIL-
LIAM.

FITZWILLIAMS (H. Coll.). Argent, a fesse flory
c junterflory between three talbots' heads erased sable, and



Heyshott Rectory, Midhurst, Sussex.



FLANNERY (H. Coll., 1904). Argent, on a mount in
base vert, an oak-tree proper, on a chief enarched gules,
two roses of the first. Mantling vert and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, in front of an oak-tree a cat
statant guardant, both proper. Motto — " Firmitate coeli
floreat arbor."

Son of Capt. John Flannery of Seacombe, Cheshire,
b. 1814; d. 1892; m. , Elizabeth, d. of James Kerr of
Stranraer, N.B. : —
Sir James Fortescue Flannery, ist Bart. (13 Dec. 1904)
and Knight Bachelor (1899), M.P. for Shipley Div. of W.
Rdg. Yorks. 1895-1906, M.P. East Essex 1910-1922, J. P.
Surrey, Kent, Essex, and London, one of H.M. Li-utenants
for City of London, Pres. Inst. Marine Eng. 1897, b. 1851 ;
m. 1882, Edith Mary Emma, d. of Osborn Jenkyn of Ealing ;
and has issue — (i) Harold Fortescue Flannery, Esq.,
M.B.E., M.I.N.A., A.M.I.C.E., Capt., late Essex
R.H.A., B.A. (Camb.), b. 1883 \m. 1917, Maud, d. of St.
George Boswell of Quebec, and has issue — John Derek
Fortescue Flannery, Esq. , b. 1922 ; and Joan
Fortescue. Res — 11 Chester Place, S.W.2]; Kathleen
Edith \jn. 1913, Charles Eric Addington Hartridge,
Barrister-at-Law] ; and Enid Fortescue [w. 1916, David
Crawford Moore Lindsay, ist Batt. The Black Watch].
Seats — Wethersfield Manor, Essex; 5 Somers Place, Hyde
Park, W. C/k3j— Carlton, Savage, St. Stephens'.




on an escutcheon of pretence the arms of Burkinshaw,
namely : — Sable, three goose-quills fessewise in pale argent.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a talbot's head as in the arms, encircled by a
wreath of roses gules, barbed, seeded and leav'ed proper.
Badge — Two goose-quills in saltire argent, tied with a
riband sable. Motto — " Coelum quid quaerimus ultra"
Livery — Black with white facings, black and white striped
waistcoat, silver buttons with badge.

Son of Charles Home Lloyd Fitzwilliams, of Cilgwyn,

CO. Cardigan,^. 1843; d. 1925; yn. Margaret Alicia, d.

of David Russel Crawford, of Cheltenham : —

Cuthbert Colling wood Lloyd Fitzwilliams, Esq., M.C. ,

Major (ret. ) the Welsh Guards, b. 1875; m. 1908,

Hilda Wynnefred, only child of the late John

Burkinshaw, of Mount Elizabeth, Singapore, Straits

Settlements; and has issue — John Burkinshaw Lloyd

Fitzwilliams, Gentleman, b. 1909; Reginald Clixby Lloyd

Fitzwilliams, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; and Rosemary Deborah

Collingwood. 5^a/— The Hall, Greatford, Lincolnshire.

Londo>i res.—^ Thorney Court, Hyde Park Gate, W.8.

Clubs — Windham, Guards'.

SIDNEY FLAVEL, Esquire, J. P. and Alderman for co.
Warwick and borough of Leamington, and six times
Mayor of that borough, of which he is 3rd Freeman.
Born October 24, 1846, being the eldest son of the late
Sidney Flavel of Leamington, by his wife Elizabeth, second
daughter of Alderman John Smith of Coventry. Armorial
bearings— He bears for Arms: Argent, a maunch gules,
bezanti^e, between three keys wards upwards, a chevron
azure {a quartering for Sparke — " I'ert, an eagle displayed
ermine," is claimed, but the Sparke descent is not yet re-
corded in the College of Arms). Upon the escutcheon is
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling azure
and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
two keys in saltire wards upwards azure, in front of flames
of fire proper; with the Motto, " Tu Deus ale flammam. "
Married, October 5, 1876, Gertrude, third daughter of
Henry Robinson of Boreham Wood, in the county of



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Hertford, by his wife Sophia, daughter of George Crosland
of Crosland Hall, in the county of York; and has had




played with two heads proper, all within a bordure
erminois (Hesketh) ; ii. and iii. , per pale nebuly azure and
or, six martlets, two, two and two counterchanged (Fleet-
wood) ; 2. azure, a saltire parted and fretty argent,
surmounted by a lion rampant pean, two escallops in pale
and as many mullets of six points in fesse of the second
(Bibby); 3. the same arms of Heskeih ; 4. argent, on a
chevron, quarterly, gules and sable, between three hawks of




/ssue~{i) Sidney Reginald Flavel, Gentleman, d. 1879,
ci. 1904 [tn. 1903, Winifred Marion, youngest dau. of
the late Alfred Parkin of Epworth and Doncaster ; and
had issue, Sidney William Basil Flavel, Gentleman, 6.
1904]; (2) Gilbert Henrv Flavel, Esq., Comdr. (ret.)
R.N.R., Officer on H..\I.T.S. Monarch, b. 1881 [/«.
191 1, Ethel Mary, eldest d. F. C. Coursens of Dart-
mouth; and has issue — Jchn Flavel, Gentleman, b. 1912 ;
and Gilbert Roger Flavel, Gentleman, b. 1913] ; (3) Rupert
Victor Flavel, Gentleman, b. 1886; d. 1887 ; (4) Percival
William Flavel, Esq., j.P. Leamington, b. 1888; Dorothea
Gertrude Elizabeth (deceased) ; and Gladys Mary. Postal
add — Bushbury Lodge, Leamington.

FLAVELLE of Toronto (H. Coll.). Per chevron argent
and sable, in chief two cylindrical shells, and in base
issuant a dexter hand erect, the fingers reaching towards
an estoile in fesse point all counterchanged. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
cubit arm erect argent winged or, the hand holding a torch
sable fired proper. Motto — " Pace et bello paratus."

Son of John Flavelle, of Peterborough, Canada,
h. 1823 ; d. 1882 ; m. 1847, Dorothea, d. of John
Dundas : —

Sir Joseph Wesley Flavelle, ist Bart. (i8th July, 1917).
of Toronto, h. 1858 ; m. 1882, Clara, d. of Rev. Oren
Ellsworth ; and has issue — Joseph Ellsworth Flavelle,
Esq., h. 1892 \m. 1917, Muriel, d. of William McEachren ;
and has issue — Joseph David Flavelle, Gentleman, b.
1921 ; William Ellsworth Flavelle, Gentleman, h. 1926;
and Clara Elizabeth (/?es. — Oakville, Ontario, Canada)] ;
Mina Irene [m. 1909, William Barrett, of Toronto ; and
has issue]; Clara Ellsworth \m. 1916, Capt. Frank
McEachren, of Toronto, and has issue]. Res. — Holwood,
Queen's Park, Toronto. CAuhs — York, Toronto.

FLEETWOOD-HESKETH (Roy. Lie, 29 June 1907,
H. Coll.). Quarterly, i. quarterly, i. and iiii., argent, on a
bend sable, three garbs or, on a chief azure, an eagle dis-



the second beaked and membered or, as many bezants
(Kitchin) ; 5. sable, three garbs or (Aughton) ; 6. argent, a
fesse sable, m chief three torteaux (Coudray [also Meols]) ;
7. argent, on a bend sable, three garbs or (Hesketh of
Rufford) ; 8. argent, an eagle displayed with two heads
proper (Hesketh of Hesketh, ancient) ; 9. or, on a chevron
gules, three swans proper (Stafford); 10. argent, two
chevronels and a canton sable (Fitton); 11. argent, on a
bend sable, three garbs or (Fitton) ; 12. argent, a fesse
gules (Thwenge) ; 13. argent, a cross flory sable (Banastre) ;
14. sable, three crescents and within the horns of each a
mullet argent (Mynshull) ; 15. argent, a cross raguly gules
(Lawrance) ; 16. the same arms of Fleetwood with a
canton argent (Fleetwood of Rossall) ; 17. argent, a
chevron vert between three molehills of the same, each
charged with an annulet of the field (Tyldesley) ; 18. per
fesse indented argent and sable, three cocks' heads erased
counterchanged, beaked gules, each holding in the beak
a slip of vine vert, fructed gules (France) ; 19. the arms of
Fleetwood of Leyland ; 20. argent, three chevronels gules
(Langton) ; 21. aigent, on a bend sable, three calves pas-
sant or (Veale) ; 22. quarterly, argent and gules, in the first
quarter a mullet sable (Massey); 23. argent, a gryphon
segreant sable (Bold) ; 24. gules, a lion rampant within an