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Blue and yellov/. Married, January 21, 1885, Emma
Beatrice, second daughter of William Foster, Esq., J. P.,
D.L. of Hornby Castle, Lancaster; and has had Issue —
Thomas William Fletcher Twemlow, Gentleman, b. Nov.
16, 1885, d. Aug. 18, 1900. Res. — Betley Court, Stafford-
shire. Clidbs — United University, Royal Automobile.


FLINT (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, per chevron
gules and azure, in chief two demi-lions rampant couped,
in base a key palewise or (Flint) ; 2 and 3, erminois, an
eagle with two heads displayed gules, charged on the
breast with an Eastern crown or, a chief vert, thereon a
cross crosslet fitchee of the third ( Raffles). Mantling gules
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a flint proper,
thereon an estoile or.

Sons of Rev. William Charles Raffles Flint of High-
wood, Vicar of Sunningdale, Berks., i5. 1819; d. 1884;
m. 1845, Jenny Rosden, d. of Col. Richard Zachariah
Mudge, R.E. , of Beechwood, Devon : —
Rev. Stamford Raffles Raffles-Flint (q.v).
Brig. -Gen. Edward Montagu Flint, R.A. (ret.), b. 1850;
m. 1883, Mildred Salome [d. 1925), d. of Trehawke
Kekewich J. P., of Peamore, co. Devon; and has issue-
Eric Charles Montagu Flint, Esq., D.S.O., Barrister-at-
Law Inner Temple, served Great War as Major Suffolk
Yeo. , att. M.G.C., b. 1883 [m. 1915, Frances Sarah, d. of





Sir Charles Hulbert, and has issue — i son ; and 2 daus.
Res. — Rock Lodge, Grimston Avenue, Folkestone. Clubs —
Bath, Travellers']; and Mildred Dorothy. Kes. — Strete
Raleigh, nr. Exeter.

William Raffles Flint, Gentleman, of the North Borneo
Constabulary, b. 1885. Res. —


FLORY. Per pale argent and azure, five crescents
chevronwise between three tleurs-de-lys all counterchanged.
Issue of Rev. William Flory, Hon. Canon of Wor-
cester Cathedral, b. 1846; d. 1912 ; m. Susannah
Proctor, sec. d. of Thomas Ryland, Esq., J. P., of
Erdington and Moxhull Park, Warwick : —

Mary Ryland. Postal address —

FLOWER (H. Coll.). Or, two flaunches vert, in pale
three escutcheons of the last, each charged with a fleur-de-
lys of the field. Mantling vert and or. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, issuant from clouds, a cubit arm
erect, in the hand a rose and lily slipped all proper. MottO—
" Flores curat Deus. "

Issue of Arthur Flower, Esq., J. P. Beds, and Herts.,
Capt. Herts. Yeomanry 1879-85, b. 1847; d. 1911 ; m.
1873, Isabel, sec. d. of Sir Philip Pauncefort-Duncombe,
1st Baronet : —

Hugh Duncombe Flower, Esq., served Great War as
Capt. Yeo. , b. 1878 ; jn. 1909, Ida, d. of the late Lord Claud
Hamilton, and has issue — Peter Hugh Flower, Gentleman,
b. 1910. Res. — Burton Corner, Petworth, Sussex.

Conrad Herbert Flower, Esq., M.C., Major late London
Regt., /^. 1882; m. 1911, Winifred, d. of T. Britten, and
has issue — Philip Thomas Wykeham Flower, Gentleman,
b. 1913. Res. — ■

Neville Alfred Cyril Flower, Esq., late Capt. Gren. Gds. ,
served Great War, b. 1884; m. 1918, Rita Narcissa, d. of
Lt.-Col. Mountford J. C. Longfield, of 20 Pont Street,
S.W. , and widow of Major the Hon. Cyril Ponsonby,
M.V.O., and has issue — Neville Flower, Gentleman, iJ. 1920.
Res. — Codicote Mill, Welwyn, Herts.

FLOWER (U.O., Confn., 1681). Quarterly, i and 4,
argent, two chevronels between three ravens, each holding
in the bill an ermine spot all sable, between the chevronels
three pellets (Flower) ; 2 and 3, gules, three towars argent.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a raven proper, holding in the beak an ermine
spot sable. Motto — " Mens conscia recti."

Sons of Rt. Hon. Robert Thomas Flower, 8th Viscount
Ashbrook, ^. 1836; d. 1919 ; in. 1866, Gertrude Sophia
{d. 1911), d. of Rev. Sewell Hamilton of Bath: —

Rt. Hon. Llowarch Robert Flower, 9th Viscount Ashbrook
(Irel., 30 Sept. 1757) and loth Baron of Castle Durrow
(27 Oct. 1733) [Supporters — Two tigers regardant proper,
ducally gorged and chained or], b. 1870; m. 1899, Gladys
Lucille Beatrice, d. of Gen. Sir George Wentworth Alexander
Higginson, G.C.B., G.C.V.O.,; and has issue — Hon.
Desmond Llowarch Edward Flower, b. 1902 ; and Hon.
Eileen Augusta Sybil. Seat — Castle Durrow, Durrow,
Queen's Co. Club — Carlton.

Hon. Reginald Henry Flower, b. 1871 ; tn. 1901, Kate,
d. of Col. Cuming of Crovar, co. Cavan.

FLOYD (H. Coll.). Sable, a lion rampant regardant

argent, on a chief embattled or, a sword erect proper,

pommel and hilt gold, enfiled with an eastern crown gules,

between two tigers' faces also proper. Mantling sable and

argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant

regardant argent, murally crowned gules, bearing a flag

representing the standard of Tippoo Sultan, flowing to the

sinister proper. Motto — " Patiens pulveris atqne soils."

Sons of Sir Henry Robert Peel Floyd. 4th Bart., Capt.

R.N., i^. 1855; rf. 1Q15 ; m. 1895, Edith Anne, d. of

Major John Kincaid-Smith of Polmont House, N.B. : —

Sir Henry Robert Kincaid Floyd, 5th Bart (30 March

1816), Capt. 15/19 Hussars, Equerry to H.R.H. the Duke

of Gloucester, b. 1899. Res. — Northend House, Hursley,


John Duckett Floyd, Esq., b. 1903.
Charles Murray Floyd, Esq., b. 1905.

Son of Rev. Charles Greenwood Floyd, M.A., Rector
of Runton Holme, Norfolk, h. 1830; d. 1903; m. 1880,
Edith Ellen, d. of Lt.-Col. John Marcon of W all-
ington Hall, Norfolk : —
Arthur Bowen Floyd, Esq., D.S.O. , Capt. late Norfolk

Regt., b. 1888; m. 1922, Alice Clare, d. of D. T. Belding
and widow of Capt. A. Stewart Ritchie, M.C.the Black
Watch, and has issue— John Anthony Floyd, Gentleman,
b. 1923. Res. — Bentley Lodge, South Weald, Essex.

Sons of Walter Combermere Lee Floyd, Gentleman,
M.I.C.E., b. 1841 ; d. 1917 ; by 2nd wife, m. 1882,
Cicllla Mary Louisa, d. of James Findlay of Easter-
hill, Lanarkshire: —
James Francis Murray Floyd, Esq., Hon. Capt. M.G.C.,
M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1889.

Sandford Floyd, Gentleman, b. 1893. Res. — Kelston
Knoll, nr. Bath.

FLOYER. Quarterly, i. sable, a chevron between three
arrows argent (for Floyer, Vn. of Devon, 1531); 2. azure,
a bend between six fleurs-de-lys or (for Bashe) ; 3. argent,
a chevron gules, between three crows sable, beaked of
the first (for Croke) ; 4. per fesse or and gules, a lozenge
counterchanged (for Kirke) ; 5. argent, two bars gules
(for Martin) ; 6. or, two bendlets gules, an escallop in
the chief point sable, on a canton or, three piles conjoined in
base azure for Guy of Brian {/or De Tracey) ; 7. per pale
sable and argent, a chevron per pale or and gules (for
Loundres) ; 8. quarterly, argent and sable, four hawks' heads
erased counterchanged (for Pydel) ; 9. chequy or and azure,
on a fesse gules, three lions rampant argent (for Speckford) ;
10. argent, on a bend sable, three unicorns passant or (for
Ferendon) ; 11. argent, a saltire gules, on a chief of the
second, three bezants (for De Anna) ; 12. gules, a chevron
between three roses argent, seeded proper (for Wadham) ;
13. or, on a chevron gules, three martlets argent (for
Chiseldon) ; 14. azure, two bars between eight tnartlets, three,
two, and thne or [for Tantifer) ; 15. azure, a chevron be-
tween three chess-rooks or (for Rogus) ; 16. argent, on a
chief gules, two bucks' heads caboshed or (for Popham) ;
17. sable, three plates (for Clark) ; 18. gules, a chevron
argjnt, between ten bezants (for Souch) ; 19. sable, six
lions rampant, three, two, and one or (for St. Martyn) ;
2j. or, a chief indented vert, over all a bend gules (for
Nevill) ; 21. barry of six or and azure, over all an eagle
displayed gules (for Waleran or Walrand) ; 22. azure, a lion
rampant argent (for Lorty) ; 23. gules, a fesse lozengy
ermine (for Reade) ; 24. argent, a chevron between three

escallops sable (for Tregarthin); 25. argent, two lobster
claivs in saltii'e gules (for Tregarthin, ancient) ; 26. azure,
a lion rampant within an orle of eight escallops or (for
Hendour) ; 27. argent, a lion rampant gules, within a
bordure sable, bezant^e, a label of three points azure




(for Cornwall); 28. argent, on a bend sable, five bezants
\for Chambef lavne) ; 29. argent, on a chevron gules, tliree
fleurs-de-lys or (for Pever) ; 30. or, a chevron ermine, be-
tween three bur-leaves proper, a crescent /or difference
(for Uurwell] ; 31. argent, a saltire between four griffins'
heads erased gules (for Alverd) ; 32. gules, two pole-axes
in saltire or, headed argent, between four mullets of the
last (for Pitman); 33. sable, a fesse or, between three
asses passant argent (for Ayscoghe) ; 34. or, a bend azure
(for Caythorpe) ; 35. gules, a chevron engrailed between
three hounds sejant argent (for Hungate) ; 36. argent, a
saltire gules, on a chiet of the second, three escallops or
(for Tailboys); 37. gules, on a bend argent, three cinque-
foils sable (for Boroughden) ; 38. gules, a cinquefoil within
an orle of crosses patonce or (for Umfraville) ; 39. gules,
a cinquefoil argent (for Umfraville, ancient) ; 40. gules,
a chevron between ten crosses crosslet or (for Kyme) ; 41.
gules, two bends or (for FitzWith) ; 42. barry of six or and
azure, a bend gules (for Bolington); 43. azure, a cross
chequy argent and gules (for Cokefield) ; 44. gules, two
chevronels within a bordure or (for Channell) ; 45. sable,
a chevron between three columns or, a label of three points
of the last (for BuUingbrook) ; 46. gules, a maurich ermine
(for Moigne); 47. gules, three mullets argent (for Han-
sard) ; 48. chevrony of six argent and gules (for Delamoie) ;
49. ermine, two chevronels gules (for Semer) ; 50. argent,
an inescutcheon sable, in an orle of cinqtiefoils gules (for
Darcy) ; 51. argent, three cinquefoils gules (for Darcy,
ancient); 52. vert, a saltire engrailed or (for Hawley), and
a canton barry nebuly of six argent and sable (for Blount) ;
53. gules, five crosses crosslet between two flaunches argent
(for Elkington) ; 54. or, a saltire and a chief gules, on a
canton argent, a lion rampant azure (for Brewes) ; 55. vert,
an eagle displayed or, armed sable (for Hutton) ; 56. or,
three parroquets vert (for Chauncellor) ; 57. ermine, on a
canton argent, a saltire engrailed sable (for Fitzjeffery) ;

58. azure, a fesse between three fleurs-de-lys or (for Skelton) ;

59. argent, three bars gules, in chief a greyhound at full
speed sable, collared or, a bordure engrailed gobony of the
last and azure (for Skipwith) ; 60. or, a chevron gules,
between three crosses patife fitchie sable (for Bradley) ; 6r.
sable, on a bend arg. between three leopards faces or, as many
elm-leaves vert, on a canton argent, a cross moline gules
(for Elton) ; 62. per chevron or and gules, in chief three
leopards' faces, and in base a crescent counterchanged (for
Chapman) ; 63. ermine, on a chief indented vert, three
griffins' heads erased or (for Chaplin) ; 64. azure, three
ancient helmets or (for Hamby) ; 65. per pale or and gules,
three mullets counterchanged (for Auforde) ; 66. argent,
a cross engrailed gules, in canton an annulet of the last
(for Green) ; 67. or, a chevron between ten crosses crosslet
sable (for Sleight); 68. gules, on a bend argent, three
shoveller ducks sable, beaked or (for Read) ; 69. sable, on
a bend arg. between three leopards' faces or, as many elm-
leaves vert, on a canton argent, a cross moline gules (for
Etton); 70. argent, three bars wavy azure(for Elton, ancient);
71. argent, a fesse gules, between three eagles displayed sable
(for Leeds) ; 72. sable, three bells argent, a canton ermine
(for Porter) ; 73. argent, a chevron sable, betiueen three
holly-leaves vert (for Shore). [N.B. — Such parts of the
foregoing as are in Roman type are as registered in the
Heralds' College, the remainder in Italics is not yet so regis-
tered. ] Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a buck's head erased or, holding in the mouth
an arrow proper. Motto — "Floret virtus vulnerata."

Sons of Ernest Ayscoghe Floyer, b. 1852; d. 1903;

m. 1887 ; Mary Louisa, eld. d. of Rev. William Richards

Watson of Saltfleetby, St. Peter's, Lines. : —
Ernest Ayscoghe Floyer, Esq., M.C., Capt. LA.R.O.,
b. 1888 ; m. 1916, Lena Cecile, d. of Henry Vost, and has
issue — David Cornish Floyer, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; Diana
Marv ; and Cynthia Edith. Res. — Kenya Col'iny.

William .\nthony Floyer, Esq., Lt,-Comdr. R.N., b. 1890 ;
m. 1919. Alice Rosalie, d. of Robert B. Whitehead, of
Piddletrenthide, Dorset, and has issue — Michael Anthony
Floyer, Gentleman, b. 1920.

Sonof Rev. Ayscoghe Floyer, M. A., ^. ; d. ■,m.

Louisa Sarah, d. and heiress of Hon. Frederick Shore : —
Rev. lohn Kestell Floyer, D.D. Oxon., F.S.A.,
Rector of Esher, Surrey; b. 1865; m. 1897, Helen Frances,
ygst. d. of the late Rev. George Hill, sometime 'Vicar of St.
'V\'innow, Cornwall, by his wife Maria Elizabeth, d. of Rev.
James Thomas Houssemaync Du Boulay ; and has issue —
(ii Richard Kestell Floyer, Gentleman, M.A., b. 1901 ; (2)
Martyn Du Boulay Flover, Gentleman, Lieut. R.E.,^. 1903.
Res. — The Rectory, Esher.

FLOYER-ACLAND (R.L., 19 Oct. 1928, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, chequy argent and sable, a fesse gules
(Acland) ; 2 and 3, sable, a chevron between three arrows
erect pomts downward argent, and (for distinction) a cross
crosslet gules (Floger). Mantling sable and argent.
Crests — I. on a wreath of the colours, a sinister arm fesse-
wise couped below the shoulder vested azure and having on
a falcon's glove argent, thereon a falcon of the last armed,
legged and belled or (Acland) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,
a stag's head erased or, holding in the mouth an arrow
argent and charged on the neck (for distinction) with a cross
crosslet gules (Floyer). Mottoes — "A Deo in Deo"
(Acland) ; " Floret virtus vulnerata " (Floyer).

Second son of John Edward Acland, Esq., late Capt.

Essex Regt. , of Wollaston House, Dorchester, b. 1848 ;

m. 1882, Norah Letitia Nugent, d. of Henry Hyde

Nugent Bankes, of Studland Manor, Dorset : —
Arthur Nugent Floyer-Acland, Esq., D.S.O., M.C., Bt.
Lt.-Col. Duke of Cornwall's L.I., b. 1885; 711. 1913, Evelyn
Stafford, d. of Stafford Francis Still, of Lincoln's Inn, and
has issue — Stafford Nugent Floyer-Acland, Gentleman,
b. 1916. Seat — Stafford House, West Stafford, Dorchester,
Dorset. Club — Army and Navy.

FOGO of Row (L.O., 1830). Argent, a fesse sable,
charged with three mullets of the first between two annulets
in chief and two croziers saltirewise in base of the second.

Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the

colours, a cross crosslet fitch^e gules. Motto — " Fuimus."

Son of David Laurie Row Fogo, Gentleman, of Row,

b. 1839; d. 1903; m. 1872, Mary Stewart, d. of James

Barclay: — .:i.-,_^

John Row Fogo, Gentleman, b. 1874. Estate — Row,

Perthshire. Res. — 13 George Street, Edinburgh.

PAUL HENRY FOLEY, Esquire, J.P. cos. Stafford
and Hereford, and D.L. for Hereford, Barrister-at-Law,
Born March 19, 1857, being the only son of the late Henry
John Wentworth Hodgetts-Foley, Esq., M.P. for South
Staffordshire 1857 to 1868, J.P. for cos. Stafford, Wor-
cester, and Hereford, and D.L. cos. Stafford and Wor-
cester, High Sheriff co. Stafford 1877, by his wife Jane
Frances Anne, second dau. of Richard Hussey, ist Lord




Vivian. Armorial bearings (R.L. , 4 April 1821)—
Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a fesse engrailed between
three cinquefoils sable, within a bordure of the last (for
Foley) ; 2 and 3, azure, on a chevron between three doves
in chief and a fleur-de-lys in base or, three crescents vert
(for Hodgetts, orig. granted 1768). Mantling sable and
argent. Crests- (i) On a wreath of the colours, a lion
sejant argent, holding between the forepaws an escutcheon
charged with the arms (for Foley) ; (2) on a wreath of the
colours, a horse's head ermine, pierced through the neck
with a spear, the staff broken proper (for Hodgetts). Motto
— " Ut prosim." Married, 1904, Dora, only child of
Hamilton W. Langley, and has Issue — Henry Thomas
Hamilton Foley, Gentleman, b. 1905 ; Paul Robert Foley,
Gentleman, b. 1910. SeatSioVe Edith, Herefordshire.
Club — Travellers'.

FOOKSof Chislehurst (H. Coll.). Ermine, on a chevron
gules between three swans sable, five crosses pate^ or.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, upon a trumpet in fesse argent, a swan sable.

gorged with a collar or, and holding in he beak a cross
as in the arms. Motto — " Laetitia et spe immortalitatis." f
Son of William Cracroft Fooks, Esq., Q.C., J. P., o.
The Bowman's Ledge, Dartford Heath, Kent, b. 1812 J-
d. 1899 ; m. 2nd, 1858, Julia Shears Christy, d. o
Charles Spurrell of Bessingham, Norfolk : —
Courtenay Cracroft Spurrell Fooks, Gentleman, Barrister-
at-Law, b. i860; m. ist, 1889, Gertrude Elizabeth (d. 1891),
d. of Edward Horner, Esq., J. P., of May Place, Crayford,
Kent; 2nd, 1903, Marion, d. of the late James Easton of
44 Princes Gardens, S.W. ; and has surv. issue — Thomas
Courtenay Fooks, Gentleman, b. 1904. Res. — Reynolds
Place, Horton Kirby, Kent.

Son of Major-Gen. George Alexander St. Peter Fooks,
b. 1824; d. 1892; m. 1854, Jessie Dodgson : —
Lt.-Col. George Ernest Fooks, b. 1857 ; m. 1886, Alexina
Louisa, d. of John Crawford Dodgson ; and has issue — (i)
Herbert Ernest Fooks, Esq., Capt. R.A. , b. 1888; (2)
Eric John Dodgson Fooks, Gentleman, b. 1897 ; and
Dorothy. Post add. — Kirkee, India.

Sons of Edward John Fooks, Gentleman, Solicitor, b.

1851 ; d. 1920; m. 1876, Beatrice Emmeline, d. of

George Matthews Arnold, Esq., J. P., D.L. ,of Milton

Hall, nr. Gravesend: —

Philip Edward Broadley Fooks, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxon.),

b. 1884; m. igii, Mary Beatrice Louisa, ygr. d. of late

Richard Hewley Graham of Longley Hall, Huddersfield ;

and has issue — Edward Graham F'ooks, Gentleman, b.

1914 ; Thomas Philip Fooks, Gentleman, b. 1914; John

Broadley Fooks, Gentleman, b. 1924 ; and Nicolette Mary.

Res. — St. Meddens, Chislehurst ; Nutley, Sussex.

Osmund John Francis Fooks, Esq., Capt. 14th (King's)

Hussars, b. 1888 ; m. 1926, Evelyn Mary Selina, d. of
M. J. Paget, and has issue — Maurice Osmund John Fooks,
Gentleman, b. 1927. Res. —

FOLJAMBE. Sable, a bend between six escallops or,
and eighty-three other quarterings. Crest, upon a wreath
of the colours, a jamb unarmed (excepting the spur)
quarterly or and sable. Motto — " Soies ferme." Livery —
Black and gold.

Sons of George Savile Foljambe, Esq., of Osberton,

J. P. and D.L. co. Nottingham, Lt.-Col. the Sih Batt.

Sherwood Foresters (eldest son of Rt. Hon. Francis

John Savile Foljambe, P.C, J. P. and D.L.), b. Oct.

30, 1856; d. 1920; m. Feb. 21, 1888, Dora Margaret,

eld. d. of the Rev. Edmond Warre, D.D., C.B.,

C.V.O., Head-Master of Eton 1884-1905, Provost of

Eton from 1909 : —

Edmond Walter Savile Foljambe, Esq., D.L. , J. P.

CO. Nottingham, late Capt. Rifle Brigade, b. Sept. 19, 1890 ;

tn. 1917, Madia, d. of Bogdan Lis de Rudnicki, of Podolia,

Russia. Estates — Osberton and Sturton, in the co. of

Nottingham ; Aldwark, Wadworth, and Brierley, in the

CO. of York. Seat — Osberton, Worksop, Notts. Club —


Robert Francis Thornhagh Foljambe, M.C., late Lt.
Royal Field Artillery, b. 1892 ; m. 1920, Zaida Nell, d.
of — Priestman, and has issue — Diana Cecilia. Res. —
White Lodge, Colchester.

Son of Rt. Hon. Francis John Savile Foljambe, P.C,
M.A. Oxford, D.L., J. P. Nottingham and W.R. Yorks.,
HighSteward of East Retford, b. April 9, 1830; d. 1917 ;
m. February 20, 1856, Lady Gertrude Emily, d. of
the late Rt. Hon. Sir Archibald Acheson, third Earl
of Gosford : —
Godfrey Acheson Thornhagh Foljambe, Esq., J. P. Here-
ford, B.A. (Camb.), b. October 21, 1868; m. 1895, Judith,
d. of Fitzherbert Wright of The Hayes, Derbyshire ; and
has issue — Doris Rosemary. Res. — 31 Hill Street, Knights-
bridge, S.W. Club — Brooks's.

Son of Hubert Francis Fitzwilliam Brabazon Foljambe,
Esq., Capt. 60th Rifles, b. Nov. 16, 1872; d. on active
service 1914 ; m. 1909, Gladys, d. of Brig. -Gen. Robert
Calverley Alington Berwicke-Copley, C.B. \q.v.): —
John Savile Foljambe, Gentleman, b. 1911. Res. —

FONNEREAU of The Moat (H. Coll.). Gules, three
chevronels argent, on a chief azure, a sun in splendour or.
Motto — " In cceIo quies. "

Sons of William Neale Fonnereau, Esq., J. P. of The
Moat, Suffolk, b. 1862 ; d. 1904; m. 1894, Audine, only
d. of late Ven. Dr. Wooley of East Bergholt : —
Robert Neale Fonnereau, Gentleman, b. 1895. Seat —
Dale Hall, nr. Ipswich.

Noel Claude Fonnereau, Gentleman, b. 1898. Res. — 53
Cadogan Street, S.W.

FOOT(Confn., U.O.). Per chevron argent and or, three
martlets azure. Mantling azure and argent. Crest - On a
wreath of the colours, a martlet azure, charged on the
breast with a cross humett^e or. MottO— " Spes mea
Deus." Livety—{X>ress), white, with blue facings; (undress),
light drab, piped blue.

Sons of Thomas Vicars Foot, b ; d. i88g ; m.

1845, Mary, d. of John Paterscn, Surgeon R.N. : —

Thomas Vicars Foot, Gentleman, b. ; m. 1878,

Jessie Cussoris ; and has issue — (i) Hedley Vicars Foot,

Gentleman, b. 1883 ; (2) Rupert Vicars Foot, Gentleman,

b. 1887; and four daus. Res.—

Richard Vicars Foot, Gentleman, b. ; m. 1875, Jane
Robinson ; and has issue — three sons and five daus.

Son of Rev. Richard Gorges Foot, M.A. ( Dublin),
Rector of Horton, b. ; d. 1874; m. 1850, Maria
Louisa, d. of John Samuel Swire : —
Rev. John Vicars Foote, M.A. (Oxon.), Clerk in Holy
Orders, formerly Vicar of East Clevedon, b. 1852 ; m. 1888,
Margaret Ada, dau. of William Hallam Elton, Esq., Com-
mander R.N. ; and has surv. issue — Mary Corisande
Margaret ; Cicely Agnes Gorges ; and Elinor Christian Baird.
Sons of Rev. Cunningham Noel Foot, B.A.
(Camb.), late Rector of Dogmerstield, b. ;

d. ; m. 1861, Sophia Maria, d. of Rev.

Richard Feyle: —
Capt Edwin Cuningham Foot, b. 1862. Res. — Hope
Cottage, Leigh, Wimborne.




Admiral Cunningham Robert de Clare Foot, C.B.E. ,
(ret.), b. 1864; VI. 1899, Mary [d. 19261, d. of the late
Rea -Adm. John Ingles. Res. — The Old House, Wickham,
Fareham, Hants.

Brig. -Gen. Richard Mildmay Foot, C. B. , C.M.G.,
Officier Order of Leopold (avec palme), and Croix de
Guerre (Belgium), Croi.x dc Guerre, avec palme (France),
served Zululand, S. Africa, and Great War, J. P. Herts., b.
1865 ; m. 1st, i8gi, Frances Sophie, d. of Rev. Lindsay
Daniell; 2nd, 1902, Lucy Anne, d. of Sir Richard Powell
Cooper, 1st Bart. ; and has issue — i son, i dau. Res. —
White Hill, Great Berkhamsted, Herts.

Alfred Gorges Foot, Gentleman, b. 1867. Res —
Geoffrey St. John Foot, tientleman, b. 1869. Res. —
Son of Alfred George Foot of The Rower, Lieut. R.E. ,
b. 1840 ; d. 1900 ; m. 1st, 1865, Jessie Sykes, d. of
William Senhouse Gaitskell : —
Edward George Foot, Gentleman, b. 1870 ; vi. 1901
(Annie Emilie; Irene, d. of Rev. Lundy Edward William
Foote, Vicar of St. Peter's, Harrogate, Yorkshire. Club —
Yorkshire Liberal (Yorkshire).

Sons of Capt. Charles Edward Foot, R.N., b. 1841 ; d.
1884 ; m. 1873, F'anny Anne Jones, d. of George Ham-
mond Whalley, M.P. : —
Hammond Foot, Gentleman, b. 1881. Res.
Charles Laurence John Kirk Foot, Gentleman, b. 1884.

Fourth son of Rev. Simon Charles Foot, M.A. (Dub.),

Rector and Vicar of Knocktopher, b. i8o8 ; d. 1885 ;

m. 2nd, Maria, d. of Lieut. Gen. Charles Turner : —

Frederick Robert Foot, Gentleman, b. 1853 ; m. 1883,

Kate Bramble ; and has issue — (i) Harold Frederick Charles

Foot, Gentleman, b. 1886 ; (2) Robert George Marmaduke

Foot, Gentleman, b. 1887; and Georgina Maria. Res. —



FOFBES (U.O. , 1675I. Azure, three bears' heads
couped argent, muzzled gules. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On 3 wreath of the colours, a bear argent, gutt^e-
de-sang, muzzled gules. Motto — " Fax mentis incendium

Sons of George Arthur Hastings, 7th Earl of Granard,
K.P., b. 1833; d. 1889; m. 2nd, 1873, Hon. Frances
Mary Petre, d. of 12th Lord Petre ; —

Rt. Hon. *3ir Bernard Arthur William Patrick Hastmgs
Forbes, K.P,, P.C, G.C.V.O., 8th Earl of Granard (30
Dec. 1684), Viscount Granard and Baron Clanehugh
22 Nov. 1675), Baron Granard of Castle Donington (24
Feb. 1806), 9th Bart. (N.S., 29 Sept. 1628), Lt.-Col.
Scots Guards (C.R. ), Vice- Adm. cf Connaught, H.M.
Lieut. CO. Longford, Deputy-Speaker House of Lords,

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