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orle of crescents argent (Beaumont); 25. gules, a lion
rampant argent, charged on the shoulder with a boar's
head couped azure, a bordure engrailed of the second
(Horton). Mantling sable and argent. Crests — i. on a
wreath of the colours, a mount vert, thereon in frcnt of an
eagle with two heads displayed proper, a garb or, banded
gules (Hesketh) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a wolf
statant regardant argent (Fleetwood). Motto — "Quod
tibi hoc alteri." Livery — Light drab, black facings, gilt
buttons.

Son of John Bibby of Hart Hill, Liverpool, b. 1810;

d. 1883; 7)1. i860, Anna Maria Emily Fleetwood, eldest

d. of Rev. Charles Hesketh, R.D., of Meols Hall,

Rector of North Meols : —



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Charles Hesketh Fleetwood-Hesketh (previously Bibby-
Hesketh(R.L., 1899), formerly Bibby), Esq., M.A. (Camb.),
Barrister-at-La\v, Major D. of Lancaster's Own Yeo. Cav. ,
High Sheriff Lanes. 1901, b. 1871 ; m. 1900, Anne Dorothea,
d. of Sir Thomas Brocklebank, Bart., of Irton Hall; and
has issue — (i) Roger Fleetwood Fleetwood-Hesketh,
Gentleman, b. 1902 ; (2) Charles Peter Fleetwood Fleetwood-
Hesketh, Gentleman, b. 1905; (3) Francis Cuthbert Bold
Fleetwood-Hesketh, Gentleman, i^. igio; Lucy Fleetwood ;
Margaret Joan Mary ; and Elizabeth Dorothea Maud.
5^a/^^Meols Hall, co. Lancaster; Stucken Hall, Stretton,
Oakham, co. Rutland. C/z^i^j —Boodle's, Royal Yacht
Squadron.

FLEMING, see LE FLEMING and MONTGOM
ERIE-FLEMING.

FLEMING of Rydal, Westmorland. Gules, a fret
argent. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a serpent nowed, holding in its mouth a
garland of olive and vine all proper. Motto — " Pax,
copia, sapientia."

Son of William Fleming (who was second son of
the 6th Bart.), b. 1832 ; d. 1906; m. 1858, Mary {d.
1880), d. of Thomas Wilson, of High Wray, West-
morland : —
Sir William Hudleston le Fleming, gth Bart. (4 Oct.
1705). J-P-. New Zealand, b. i86r ; m. 1885, Martha, d.
of the late John Kelland of Cruwys Morchard, Devon-
shire, and has issue — (i) Frank Thomas le Fleming,
Esq., b. 1888 [m. 1921, Isabella Annie, d. of James Craig,
of Manaia, Taranaki, N.Z., and has issue— 3 sons {Res. —
Rydal Lovat, Otakeho, Taranaki, N.Z.)] ; (2) Stanley
Hudleston le Fleming, Esq., b. 1898 [w. 1925, Isabel
Christine, d. of the late William Mackay, of Gore, Otago,
N.Z.] ; Maud [m. 1919, John Green of Auckland, N.Z.] ;
Eliza Ann ; FannyLindsay. Res. — The Pines, Otakeho,
Taranaki, N.Z.

FLEMING (H. Coll., 24 Aug. 1921). Per chevron
sable and argent, in chief two goats' heads erased of the
second, armed and holding in the mouth a lily of the field




or, and in base a cross flory gules. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a goat's head
erased argent, collared flory counterflory gules, armed
and holding in the mouth a lily of the field or. Motto —
" Let the deed show."

Son of John Fleming, of Dundee : —
Robert Fleming, Esq., J. P., b. 1845 ; m. 1881, Sarah
Kate, d. of Marshall Kirkland Hindmarsh, of St. Andrews,
Scotland. Res. — Joyce Grove, Nettlebed, Henley-on-
Thames; 27 Grosvenor Square, W.i.



FLEMING (L.O. , 1877). Gules, on a chevron argent,
three fraises azure. Mantling gules, doubled argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a goat's head erased
proper, collared or. Motto — "Let the deed shaw."

Son of John Blyth Coham-Fleming, Esq., J. P. and

D. L. ,(5. i860; d. 192 1 ; m. 1883, Eleanor Mary Bick-

ford, d. and heiress of the late William Holland

Bickford Cohani : —

Blyth Bickford Coham-Fleming, Lieut. R.G.A. (S.R.),

b. 1884; m. 1910, Lilian Alice Sarah, only d. of the late

Charles Francis Reid, and has with other issue — William

Holland Bickford Coham-Fleming, Gentleman, b. 1912.

Seat — Coham, High Hampton, Devon. Res. — The Gothic

House, Petersham Road, Richmond.

FLEMING (H. Coll.). Per pale gules and sable, a
fret argent, on a chief dancettee or, three garbs vert.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest - On a wreath of the
colours, m front of a garb or, a serpent nowed proper,
holding in the mouth an annulet also or. Motto — " Pax
copientia, sapientia."

Son of Hugh Fleming of Rayrigg Hall, Windermere : —

Rev. Hugh Raincock Fleming. Seat — Rayrigg, Winder-
mere, Westmorland. iP^j.— Thurlow Park, Suffolk.

FLEMING (Confirmed U.O. , Dec. 1902). Gules, an
orle flory counterflory argent, over all on a chevron of the
last, five cinquefoils azure. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a goat's head erased
argent, armed or, between the horns a cinquefoil gules.
Motto—' ' Let the deid schaw."

Sons of Henry Contarini Fleming, Gentleman, b. 1834 ;
d. 1908 ; m. i860, Marcella Philemina, d. of William
O'Lahan of Galway : —

Rev. William Alexander Fleming, M.A. Trin. Coll., Dub. ,
Vicar of Buslingthorpe, b. 1870; m. 1903, Katie Georgina,
sec. d. of late Arthur Carey Lee of Spring House, Leeds, and
Chelsea; and has issue — (i) Brian Willoughby Alexander
Fleming, Gentleman, b. 1907; (2) Douglas Willoughby
Alexander Fleming, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; Kathleen Wil-
loughby Alexander Castle Stewart ; Mollie Cicely
Willoughby Alexander ; and Monica Lilias Willoughby
Alexander. Post. add. — Buslingthorpe Vicarage, Leeds.

Harry Oliver Fleming, Gentleman, b. 1S74; m. Sarah
Alice, youngest d. of David Dalton of Horton, Terenure,
CO. Dublin. Res. —

Alfred Alexander Fleming, Gentleman, b. 1876. Res. —

Thomas Fleming, Gentleman, b. 1878.

FLEMING (L.O. ). Or, a chevron gules between two
cinquefoils in chief ermine, and in base a galley sail furled
oars in saltire sable, flagged of the second. Mantling
gules, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a
goat's head erased proper, horned or. Motto — " Let the
deed show."

Son of :— -

John Hamilton Fleming, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Tron Hall, Salcombe Regis, S. Devon.

The Late Hon. Sir JOHN FLEMING, Knt., Lord
Provost and Lord-Lieut, of the county of the city of Aber-
deen. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1900)— Argent, a chevron
gules charged with three towers triple-towered of the
field, between two fir-trees eradicated in chief and
a lymphad with sails furled sable in base, flagged of
the second. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest-
On a wreath of his liveries, a goat's head erased ;irgent,
armed or. Motto— "Let the deed shaw." Born ;

died, 1925; Married, 1870, Elizabeth, d. of John Dow, of
Dundee, and left issue — 3 sons, 4 daus. Residence —
Dalmuinzie, Murtle, Aberdeen.

FLETCHER of Woburn Square (H. Coll.). Azure, a
cross flory between in bend two escallops, and in bend
sinister as many arrows, points downwards all argent.
Mantling azure and argent, Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a talbot passant or, supporting with the dexter
paw a bow proper. Motto — " Sub cruce salus."

Son of Professor Banister Fletcher, M.P., J. P.,

D.L., of Anglebay, Woodchurch Road, West Hamp-

stead, b. 1833 ; d. 1899 ; m. 1864, Eliza Jane, d.

of Benjamin Phillips : —

Sir Banister Fhght Fletcher, Knt. Bach., F.S.A.

F.R.I.B.A., F.R.G.S., F.S.I., F.R.S.L., F.R.S.I., C.C'

SeniorSheriff(i9i8-i9), and Chief Commoner(i92i), City



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of London, Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, b. 1866
w. 1914, Alice Maude, d. of Edward Bretherton,
of Clifton, and widow of Sir John Bamford Slack,
M.P. Res. — 10 Woburn Square, W.i ; i King's
Bench Walk, E.G. 4. Clubs — Authors', Athenaeum, Arts'.

FLKTCHER of AUertoii, Lanes. {U. Coll.). Azure, in
chief two horse's heads erased ermine, in base an anchor
erect with cable gold, on a chief wavy or, three hurts, each
chargetl with a pheon, point downwards, argent. Mantling;
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter
arm embtiwed in armour proper, garnished or, the hand
grasping a dart barbed and flighted, also proper, the arm
surmounting an anchor as in the arms. Motto — " Nee
quasrere nee spcrnere nonerum."

Sons of Alfred Fletcher, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Lanes.,

of .AUerton, Liverpool, i. 1841 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1868,

Edith, d. of Thomas Littledale of Highfield House,

West Derby: —

Sir (Edward) Lionel Fletcher, Knt. Bach. (1915), C.B.E,,

Hon. Comdrr R. N.R. , Capt. (ret.) King's Liverpool Regt.,

Officer Legion cf Honour and Order of the Crown ( f Italy.

/'. 1876 ; m. 1903, NLiry, only surv. child of the late Gilbert

Thompson Bates of Whiftfield, Herefordsh. ; and has issue —

.■Mfred Bruce Fletcher, Esq., d. 1907; Esme Lyonelle ; and

Pauline Rose Marie. lies. — 26 Prince's Gardens, S.W. ;

Muirshiel, Lochwinnoch, Renfrew. C/u6 — Carlton.

Geoffrey Littledale Fletcher, Esq., Lt.-Col. King's
Liverpool Regt., d. 1879; m. 1905, Lilian Steuart, d. of
Robert Gladstone, and has issue — Alfred William Fletcher,
Gentleman, i. 1909; and Audrey Littledale. J?es.—

Bolton Littledale Fletcher, Esq., Major (ret.) Scots
Guards, b. 1886. Clui — Guards'.

Harold Molyneux Fletcher, Esq., Capt. Lanes. Hussars,
i. 1889.

ANDREW MANSEL TALBOT FLETCHER,
Esq., Justice of the Peace cos. Glamorgan and
Haddington, Captain late R.A.S.C. , formerly Lieut,
and Life Guards. Born 1880, being the eldest
son' of the late John Fletcher, Esq., of Saltoun
Hall, J. P. and D.L. , by his wife Bertha Isabella,
dau. of Christopher Rice Mansel Talbot, Esq., M.P. , ot
Margam Park and Penrice Castle, in the co. of Glamorgan,
by his wife Charlotte, commonly known as Lady Charlotte,
dau. of the Right Hon. the Earl of Wemyss. Armorial
bearings (L.O. , 1672 and 1825) — Sable, a cross fleury
between four escallops argent. Upon the escutcheon is
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of his
liveries, a demi-bloodhound azure, ducally gorged or.
Supporters — Two griffins proper. Motto — " Dieu pour
nous." Married, 1902, Frances Jane, dau. of Sir Francis
Winnington, Bart., of Stanford Court, Worcs. ; and has
Issue — (i) John Theodore Talbot Fletcher, Gentleman, i.
1903 ; (2) Christopher Andrew Fletcher, Gentleman, 6.
1909 ; Jean Rosemary Joyce ; and Josephine Bertha Emily.
Seats — Saltoun Hall, Pencaitland, North Britain ; Margam
Hall, Port Talbot, S. Wales. Cluis— Bachelors , Carlton
New (Edinburgh). ,

FLETCHER (H. Coll., 6 May 1913). Azure, a cross
between in each quarter in front of two arrows in saltire,
one in pale points in base argent. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front
of two arrows in saltire, one in pale point downwards
azure, charged on the crossing point with an estoile
argent. Motto — " Alta pete."

Son of the late James Pearson Fletcher, Gentle-
man, of Atherton, Lanes., b. 1818 ; d. 1872; m.
1852, Elizabeth Catherine, d. of John Bond, of
Lancaster : —
John Edmund Fletcher, Esq., b. 1856 ; m. 1879,
Isabelle, d. of William Greenwell, of Greenwell, co.
Durham, and has issue — Hugh Greenwell Fletcher,
Gentleman, b. 1880; and Evelyn Ciceley. Res. — South-
garth, Pendleton, Lanes. Club — Constitutional (Man-
chester).

FLETCHER of Lawneswood House (Ped., H. Coll.;
Norf., ix. 21; 13 D. 14, 153; 20 D. 14, 70-74; Surrey,
iii. 91, vi. 247, vii. 83, and 159, viii. 84. Arms and crest
originally granted 29 May 1835 ; altered 4 Sept. 1838.
Keeling quartering granted 21 Jan. 1836; all H. Coll.
Second crest granted Ulster's Office 27 Jan. 1846).
Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a cross engrailed sable be-



tween four pellets, each charged with a pheon or, [on
a canton azure a ducal crown gold (for Fletcher) ; *
and 3, gules, on a bend engrailed, between two lions
rampant or, three scaling-ladders of the field (for
Keeling). Mantling sable and argent. Crests — i. upon




a wreath of the colours, a horse's head erased argent,
gorged with a ducal crown azure, charged on the neck
with a pheon sable (for Fletcher) ; 2. on a cap of main-
tenance gules, turned up ermine, a scaling-ladder in bend
sinister or. Motto—" Sub cruce salus."

Sons of Walter Bracebridge Fletcher of Sutton Cold-
field, CO. Warwick, d. 1846 ; d. 1889; m. 1883, Agnes,
d. of Frederick Johnson : —
Thomas Russell Fletcher, Esq., M.C., Capt. late R.F.A.,
served Great War (despatches), i. 1885 ; m. 1906, Minnie,
d. of Thomas Hayler of Croydon ; and has issue — Marjorie
Joyce; and Elizabeth Mary Doreen. lies. — Kilmington,
nr. Axminster, S. Devon.

William Giffard Fletcher, Esq., Major late R.F.A., B.A.
of Pemb. Coll., Camb. , d. 1889; tn. 1916, Marjory
Hornidge, d. of Sir Henry James Forde, Knt., J. P., ot St.
John's Manor, Waterford, and has issue — Thomas Henry
Giffard Fletcher, Gentleman, 6. 1920 ; William Rawson
Fletcher, Gentleman, 6. 1924. Estate — Great Wyrley,
Staffs. ^«.i-.— Dunmore, St. Leonard's Road, Exeter.

Sons of William Bainbrigge Fletcher, Esq., Fleet-Surg.

R.N. , b. 1840 ; d. 1922 ; by ist wife, m. 1875, Christine

Adriana Sydney, d. of Rev. John William Conway

Hughes, M.A. , Consular Chaplain at Corfu: —

Thomas Bainbrigge Fletcher, Esq. , Fleet Paymaster R. N. ,

Imperial Entomologist to Govt, of India, F.L.S. , F.E.S.,

F.Z.S., b. 1878 ; m. 1917, Esm^ 'Violet, eld. d. of the late

Robert Hollingbery, I.C.S., Barrister-at-Law. Res. —

Pusa, India. C/«i^— Roy. Societies'.

William John Bainbrigge Fletcher, Gentleman, late
H.M.'s Consular Service, b. 1879; m. 1908, Tatung, d. of
Tsai Kusleng, and has issue— 2 sons. Res. — Glen Aven
Farm, Crows Nest, Queensland, Australia.

Son of William Bainbrigge Fletcher (see above); by
2nd wife, m. 1902, Catherine Mary, d. of late George
W'adley of Springfield, Beulah Hill: —
Peter Bainbrigge Fletcher, Gentleman, B.Sc. (Lond.) b..
1904. Post, add.—d^ Compton Road, Wimbledon.
Son of Walter John Fletcher, Esq. :—
Walter Townshend Fletcher, Esq. [q.v.].

Sons of Rev. John Waltham Fletcher, M.A. of Brase-
nose Coll., Oxon., of Ashleigh, Derby, i^. 1816; d. 1896;
m. 1844, Elizabeth Sarah, d. of Rev. John Giles.
Dimock, M.A. Oxon., Rector of Uppingham :—



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Rev. William George Dimock Fletcher, Clerk in Holy
Orders, M.A. St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, F.S.A., Vicar of
Oxon, nr. Shrewsbury, b. 1851 ; m. 1888, Elizabeth Harriet,
ygst. surv. d. of the late John YerrowArrowsmith, F.R.C.S.,
of Swan Hill Court, Shrewsbury. Post. add. — Oxon Vicar-
age, Bicton Heaih, Shrewsbury.

Rev. James Michael John Fletcher, M.A. (Oxon.)
F.R. Hist. S., R.D., Canon and Preb. Salisbury Cathedral
since 1912, Vicar of Wimborne 1906-19, b. 1852 ; m. 1899,
Mary, onlv d. of the late Richard Chandler, of Avenue
Raphael, Paris [Ped. Norf. XXU, 142]. Res.— 21 The
Close, Salisbury.

Charles William Corrie Fletcher, Gentleman, M.R.C.S.
(Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Edin), b. 1854 ; m. 1889, Florence Mabel,
d. of Samuel Pountney Smith, J. P., of The Limes, Shrews-
bury. Res. — The Gables, Burton Road, Derby.

Only son of Ven. Archdeacon William Henry Fletcher,

b. 1852; d. 1926; m. 1879, Agnes, d. of George

Crawfurd, of Thornwood, Lanark : —

Henry Field Fletcher, Esq., Major Roy. Signal Corps,

T.F. R. (Arms : Quarterly, i and 4, Fletcher (as above) ; a.

Keeling (as above) ; 3. gules, a fess ermine, between three

mullets argent in chief, and in base two swords saltireways

proper hiked and pommelled or, all within a bordure

engrailed azure (Crawfurd). Crests and Motto as above),

b. 1884 ; m. 1908, Edith Alice Winifred, d. of Peter Ormrod,

Esq., J. P. of Pen-y-lan, Ruabon, co. Denbigh, and has

issue — William James Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 191 1. Estate

— Ulceby Grange, Lines. Res. — Bronwylfa, St. Asaph,

N. Wales.

GEORGE HAMILTON FLETCHER, Esquire, J. P. co.
Wilts. Born i860, being the only son of the late George
Hamilton Fletcher, Esq., J. P., of Barrowes Hedges, Surrey,
by his wife Sophy, d. of George Wansey, of Warminster,
Wilts. Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, azure,
three arrows in triangle, barbs pointing to the centre, or, on
a chief argent an anchor erect sable between two dolphins
respecting each other proper (for Fletcher) ; 2 and 3, or, a
leopard's face between three dexter gloves gules (for Wansey).
Mantling azure and or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath
of the colours, in front of a fern-brake a centaur proper,
wielding with the dexter hand a spear or. Livery — Dark
blue and primrose. Married Constance, daughter of S.
Herepath of Westwood, St. Peter's, Kent, and has had
Issue — Gareth Hamilton Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 1894;
killed in action 1915 ; George Mervyn Anstey Fletcher,




FLETCHER of Wimborne Minster (Ped., H. Coll.,
Norf. 9. 21, Surrey vi. 247. Arms, Gts. xli. 26, 208 ; xliii.
158 ; xix. 225-6). Quarterly, i. argent, a cross engrailed
sable, between four pellets, each charged with a pheon or,
on a canton azure a ducal crown gold (for Fletcher) ; 2. on a
bend engrailed between two lions rampant or, three scaling
ladders of the field (for Keeling) ; 3. gules, on a chevron
ermine, between three lions rampant erminois, as many
red roses barbed and seeded proper (for Passingham) ; 4.
argent, on a chevron gules, three fleurs-de-lys erminois (for
Lloyd). Mantling sable and argent. Crests — i. upon a
wreath of the colours, a horse's head erased argent, gorged
with a ducal crown azure, charged on the neck with a
pheon sable (for Fletcher) ; 2. on a cap of maintenance
gules, turned up ermine, a scaling-ladder in bend sinister
or. Motto — " Sub cruce salus."

Son of Walter John Fletcher, Esq., of The Chantry,
Wimborne Minster, co. Dorset, late Capt. Dorset
Militia, County Surveyor of Dorset, F.R.I.B.A. ,
M. Inst. C.E., b. 1842; d. 1913 ; m. rst, 1875,
Augusta Franklyn, d. and heiress of Augustus Robert
Townshend Passingham, Esq., Capt. 29th Madras Nat.
Inf. (she (^. 1900). He m. 2nd, 1901, his cousin Alice
Vaughan, d. of the late Rev. John Waltham Fletcher,
M.A. Oxon, of Ashleigh, Derby: —
Walter Townshend Fletcher, Esq., Major 4th Batt.
Dorset Regt. , served Great War (despatches). County Sur-
veyor of Dorset, b. 1878 ; m. 1912, Mabel, d. of William
Hunter, and has issue — Walter John Fletcher, Gentleman,
b. 1920 ; and Betty Passingham. Res. — Warley, Icane
Way, Dorchester, co. Dorset.

The Reverend WILLIAM DUDLEY SAUL FLET-
CHER, Clerk in Holy Orders, B. A. and B.D. of University
of Dublin (formerly Rector of Coolbanagher, Queen's Co.).
Born Nov. 7, 1863, being the eldest surviving son of the
Rev. J. S. Fletcher, D.D., late Rector of St. Barnabas,
Dublin, and formerly of Kilshane, co. Dublin, by Annie
his wife, dau. of William Taylor, of Dublin. Armorial
bearings — Per bend sable and gules, a cross flory quarter




Gentleman, b. 1896. Seat — Upwey Manor, Dorset. Town
res. — 39 Green Street, Park Lane, W. Clubs — White's,
Reform, Royal Yacht Squadron (Cowes).



pierced argent, between four escallops or. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, ademi-
talbot rampant gules, ducally gorged and charged with an
escallop or. Motto — " Dieu pour nous." Mar> ied, ]a.n.
12, 1899, Agnes Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Richard Altamon
Smythe, of Court na farraga, Killiney, co. Dublin,
and has issue — (i) Dudley Claypon Bellingham Fletcher,
Gentleman, b. 1901 ; (2) Alan Henry Saul Fletcher, Gentle-
man, b. 1903. Residence — St. Laserian's, Old Leighton,
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P'LETCHER (Confn. U.O. 1899). Per bend sable and
gules, a cross flory quarter-pierced argent, between four
escallops or. Mantling' sable and argent. Crest — Upon
a wreath of the colours, a deini-talbot rampant gules,
ducally gorged and charged with an escallop or. MottO —
" Dieu pour nous."

Sons of Rev. James Saul Fletcher, D.D., Rector of
St. Barnabas, Dublin, t. 1834 ; d. ; m. Annie, d.

of William Taylor of Dublin : —

Rev. William Dudley Saul, Fletcher (^.j'.)

Rev. Lionel Fletcher, M.A., b. 1865. Res.— The. Glebe,
Straffan, co. Kildare.

Rev. Arthur H. Fletcher, B. D. , Chaplain, San Remo,
/•. 1867 Res. — Chalet Maria, San Remo, Italy.

Rev. Victor J. Fletcher, M-A.,/*. 1868. TP^-j.— Crawley,
Winchester.

FLETCHER (L.O., 1825). Sable, on a cross florae
argent between two escallops in the dexter chief and sinister
base points of the last, and as many quivers tilled with
arrows in the sinister chief and dexter ba'-e points or, two
towers embattled gules in pale and two dexter hands fesse-
ways proper, in fesse, each holding a cross crosslet fitchee
azure, the whole within a bordure quarterly, i. gyroimy of
eight of the third and first ; 2. argent, two lyniphads of
the first, with oars in action ; 3. chequy of the second and
fifth ; 4. as the first. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of his liveries, vert and argent, two naked arms
issuing therefrom proper, shooting an arrow out of a bow
sable. Motto — " Optima rerum libertas."

Eld. son of Rev. Henry Mordaunt Fletcher, Clerk in

Holy Orders, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1822; </. 1914 ; m.

1851, Charlotte Fletcher, y. d. of Dr. Alexander Monro

of Craiglockhart, Edinburgh: —
Rev. Miles Douglas Fletcher, Clerk in Holy Orders, b.
1853. y?<^. — Dawlish, S. Devon.

FLETCHER (Confn. U.O.). Sable, a cross florett6e
engrailed between four escallops argent. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-




talbot rampant azure, ducally gorged and pierced by two
arrows in saltire or. Motto — " Dominus non sagitta tuta-
men." Livery — Black, white facings. [Fed. U.O.I.

Sons of the Ven. Robert Crompton Fletcher, M.A.

(Cantab.), Rector of Chorley, Archdeacon of Blackburn,
r.iM <^. 1850; d. ; m. 1878, Nina Helen {d. 1904), eld.

d. of the late Henry Rawcliffe, Esq., J. P. co. Lanes.,
Uun-' of Gillibrand Hall, nr. Chorley, Lanes. : —

Matthew Henry Rawcliffe Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 1879.
Res.—



Robert Ronald Rawcliffe Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 1885.
Leonard Rawcliffe Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 1891. Res. —
Sons of Rev. Matthew Fox Fletcher, B.A. (Dub. and
Oxon.), formerly Rector, Vicar and Patron of Tarle-
ton. Lanes., b. 1812 ; d. 1875; tn. 1849, Louisa Jane
Crompton (d. 1878), d. of Andrew Todd of Lower
Darley Hall, Bolton-le-Moors, Lanes. : —
Thomas Bonsor Crompton Fletcher, Gentleman, b. i860.
Res. — Macdoun, Texas.

Hautenville Fletcher, Gentleman, h. i860. Res. — Near
Macdona, Bexar county, Texas.

Matthew Reginald Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 1862. Res. —
Near Macdona, Bexar county, Texas.

Theodore Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 1864. Res. — Near
Macdona, Bexar county, Texas.

FLETCHER (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend sable,
between two crosses pat^e fitchee gules, three plates each
charged with a pheon of the second. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
phoenix in flames proper, three pheons fessewise sable.
Motto — " Per mortem ad vitam."

Sons of Alfred James Fletcher, of Woodburn,
Wilmslow, Clieshire, b. 1830; d. 1908; m. 1859, Mary
Davies, d. of Rev. James Brooke of Manchester : —

Harold Brooke Fletcher, Gentleman, b. i860; m. 1907,
Minnie, d. of H. E. Fergyson.

Rev. Alfred Woodroofe Fletcher, M.A. (Oxon.), LL.B.
(Man.), F.S.A., Vicar of Eckington, Diocese of Worcester,
Hon. C.F. , formerly of the Middle Temple, Barr.-at-Law,
b. 1868; m. 1897, Marion, d. of Sir James Wilson Southern,
J. P., of Beechwood, Marple. Res. — Eckington Vicarage,
Pershore, Worcestershire.

Edward Harris Fletcher, Gentleman, b. 1870; m. 1908,
Marion Philippa, d. of Rev. James Pratt.

GEORGE FLETCHER FLETCHER-TWEMLOW,
Esq., J. P., D.L. for Staffordshire, High Sheriff
1917, B.A. (Cantab.). Born 1857, being the fourth
son of Rev. Charles Smith Royds, J. P., M.A. , by his
wife Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Francis Twemlow,
Esq., J. P., D.L., of Betley Court, Staffs. Armorial
bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, in the first quarter i. and
iiii. azure, two bars engrailed or, charged with three
boars' heads couped erect, two and one sable (for Twemlow) ;
ii. and iii. sable, a cross wavy ermuiois between four plates,
each charged with an arrow in bend of the first (for Fletcher) ;
2 and 3, ermine, a cross engrailed gules, charged with four
bezants and a tilting-spear or, between four lions rampant
gules (for Royds). Mantling azure and or ; and for his
Crests, I. on a wreath of the colours, a parroquet standing
on the stump of a tree, a branch sprouting therefrom proper
(for Twemlow) ; 2. on the dexter side, on a wreath of the
colours, a plate charged with a pheon per pale ermine and
sable, point downwards (for Fletcher) ; 3. on the sinister side,
on a wreath of the colours, a leopard sable, spotted and
collared or, resting its paw on a pheon or (for Royds).
Motto— " Nee cunctando nee temere agendo." Livery —