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(Oxford), J. P. Cornwall, sometime Chaplain R.N.,

6. 1849; d. 192a; m. ist, 1884, Clara {d.s.f. 1884),

third d. of lohn Michael Williams of Caerhays

Castle, CO. Cornwall ; 2nd, 1888, Rachel Mary, d.

of Gen. Richard Shubrick, and gd.-d. of Lt.-Gen. Sir

Walter Raleigh Gilbert, Bart. :—

Lieut. -Comdr. Walter Raleigh Gilbert, R.N., (ret.),

d. 1889; m. 1917 (decree of divorce 1926), Lady Beryl

le Poer Stanhope, widow of the Hon. Richard Philip

Stanhope, and dau. of the 5th Earl of Clancarty, and has

issue — Humphrey Trench Gilbert. Gentleman, d. 1919 ; and

Ann Destine. Club— Avmy and Navy.



GILBERT (H. Coll., Roy. Lie, 10 Dec. 1816). Argent,
on a chevron gules, three roses of the field.

Issue of Carew Davies Gilbert, Esq., J. P. and D.L.

Cornwall, and J. P. Sussex, b. 1852; d. 1913 ; m. 1881,

Grace, eldest d. of G. K. S. Massy Dawson of Ballina-

courte, CO. Tipperary : —

Minnie Davies. Estates — Manors of Gildredge, Parker,

Eastbourne, co. Sussex. Post. add. — The Manor H.dl,

Eastbourne, Sussex.

Patience Davies, m. 1904, Major C. H. Harding, Glou-
cestershire Militia, of Birling Manor, East Dean, East-
bourne, and has with other issue — Charles Gilbert Davies-
Gilbert, Gentleman (q.v.)-

Grace Dorothy Davies, m. 1916, R. Dawson, Esq., of
Fawley Manor, Wantage, Berks.

Hester Louise Davies, m. 1914, T. Butler Kearney,
Esq., of Sandymount Avenue. Dublin.

Honor Margaret Davies, m. E. S. Skinner, Esq., of 6
Craven Hill, Lancaster Gate.



GILBERT of Cantley and Chedgrave (H. Coll., 1807).
Gules, two bars engrailed erminois, in chief three fleurs-de-
lys or. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of



engrailed with plain cottises gules. Motto — " Tenax pro-
positi."

Son of William Henry Gilbert, Gentleman, M.D. , b.
i860 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1902, Cecile, d. of Mendelssohn
Bartoldy : —
William Alexander Gilbert, Gentleman, b. 1905. Res. —
Son of Thomas Denny Gilbert, Esq., of Cantley, J. P.,
b. 1837; d. 1883; 7n. 1872, Pauline Mary Hannah
Louisa, d. of George Frederick Harvey of Thorpe,
Norwich : —
Geoffrey Gilbert Thomas Gilbert, Gentleman, B.A.
(Cantab.), b. 1880; w. 1927, Gertrude Evelyn, only d.
of the late Alexander Miller. Res. — Lenno, Oldway Road,
Paignton, Devon.

Yr. son of William Alexander Gilbert, Esq., J. P., of

Cantley Manor, b. 1806 ; d. 1887 ; m. 2nd, Mary

Anne, d. of Rev. John Gilbert of Chedgrave, M.A.,

(Camb.) : —

Lt.-Col. Herbert Henry Gilbert, J. P. cos. Norfolk and

Devon, Lord of the Manor of Cantley, B.A. (Oxon.), Major,

late 20th Hussars, late Capt. iSth Royal Irish Regt., b.

1840 ; m. 1875, Frances Penelope, d. of late Thomas Goldie

Harding of Halsannery, nr. Bideford, N. Devon. Res. —

Station Road, Lowestoft.

Son of Major Walter Edward Gilbert, 37th Regt.,

b. 1846 ; d. 1918 ; m. 1868, Isabelle Emily, d. cf Henry

Gilbert :—

Archibald Alfred Adrian Gilbert, Esq., late Capt. and

Hon. Major 4th Batt. E. Surrey Regt., b. 18 ; m. 1917,

Kathleen Dora, d. of the late Theodore Thorne Ricketts,

of Gatcombe Manor, Totnes, Devon. Res. — 31 Birkbeck

Avenue, Acton, W.3.

Sons of Robert Gilbert of Ashby Hall, i. 1840 ; d.

1876; m. 1867, Mary Almeria, tl. of Rev. John Sandys,

Rector of Rockland St. Mary, Norwich : —

Robert Thomas Edwin Gilbert, Esq., J.P., <?. 1870; m.

1906, Ella Wyndham, second d. of the late George

Wyndham Gray of Galhampton, Somerset. Seat — The

Hall, Ashby St. Mary, Norfolk. C/w/^— Norfolk (Norwich).

Rev. Vyner Noel Gilbert, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of

Horstead, Norfolk, b. 1872. Res. — The Rectory, Horstead,

Norfolk. C/«3— Norfolk (Norwich).



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Son of Rev. Clement Gilbert cf Strompshaw Hall,

M.A. , /J. 1822 ; d.1876; m. , Agnes Catherine, only

d. of Rev. Thomas Henry Copeman of Hemsby : —

Brig. -Gen. Arthur R. Gilbert, C.B.E., D.S.O. (ret.),

formerly Lt.-Col. comdg. ist Batt. Royal Sussex Regt.,

i. 1863 ; m. Muriel, only d. of Herbert Cooke, and has issue

— John Rupert Desmond Gilbert, Lieut. R. Sussex Regt.

J^ts. — Spratts Green, Aylsham, Norfolk.

Son of Rev. John Denny Gilbert of Chedgrave Manor,
Norfolk, M.A. (Camb.), i. 1813; d. 1879; m. 1846,
Florence Margaretta Franks, d. of Rev. Plumpton
Wilson, Rector of Mowsley, Leicestershire : —
John Wilson Gilbert, Gentleman, d. 1847; m. 1877 ;
Marianne Margaret, d. of Rev. William Cufaude Davie,
M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Ashby Oby and Thirne, Norfolk ;
and has issue — (i) John Clifford Wilson Gilbert Gentle-
man, B.A. (Oxon.), d. 1878 [m. 1911, Meggie M. , youngest
d. of the late H. Kynaston Kerr {Res. — Manor House,
Wroxham, Norfolk. Club — Norfolk County, Norwich)]; (2)
Russell Cyril Wilson Gilbert, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon),
Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 6. 1882 (11 New Square,
Lincoln's Inn) ; Constance Marianne ; Sybil Margaret [m.
1908, Chas. Jno. Talbot Sherston, B.A. (Oxon.), J. P., eld.
s. of Maj. Chas. D. Sherston]; and Olyffe Muriel. Seat—
Chedgrave Manor, Norfolk. J?es. — Fairfield, Mundesley-
on-Sea.

Son of Reginald Gilbert, Esq., J. P. Radnorshire,

F.Z.S., d. 1851; d. 1912; m. 1885, Gertrude May

Claudine, d. of Gen. F. Adam of Park House, Dover: —

Humphrey Adam Gilbert, Esq., late Capt. 3rd Batt. S.

Wales Borderers, B.A. (Oxon.), i. 1886; m, 1915, Margaret

Vincentia, eld. d. of the late Maj. A. W. W. Money-Kyrle,

and has issue — John Humphrey Adam Gilbert, Gentleman,

3. 1918 ; Ernie Reginald Forrester Gilbert, Gentleman,

i. 1921. Jies. — Bishopstone, co. Hereford. Cluis — New

University (S.W. ), Bycullah (Bombay).

Yr. son of Rev. John Denny Gilbert, M..A.. , d. 1813
(see above) : —
Hubert Humphrey Gilbert, Gentleman, i. 1862; m.
1890, Edith, d. of Rev. W. Rimington ; and has issue.
Res.—

Sons of Rev. Thomas Henry Gilbert, M.A. (Camb.),
6. 1864; d. 1917 ; m. 1902, Maud, d. of William
Darrington : —
Leonard Gilbert, Gentleman, 3. . Res. —

John Orman Gilbert, Gentleman, fi. . Res. — Pem-

broke Coll., Oxford.

GILBEY. Gules, a fesse nebuly or, in chief a horse




the colours, in front of a tower proper, issuant from the
battlements thereof a dragon's head gules, a fleur-de-lys
or, all between two ostrich feathers argent. Motto —
" Honore et virtute." Livery — Drab and brown, gilt
buttons.

Sons of Sir Walter Gilbey, ist Bart., J. P., D.L.,
b. 1831 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1858, Ellen, fourth d. of John
Parish of Bishop's Stortford : —

Sir Henry Walter Gilbey, and Bart. (4 Sept. 1893), J. P.
Essex, b. 1859 ; m. 1884, Ella (who obtained a divorce
1926), d. of J. C. Fowlie, of Surbiton, in the co. of Surrey,
and has surv. issue — Walter Ewart Gilbey, Esq., Capt. late
i6th Batt. London Regt., b. 1886 [tn. 1912, Alice Dora
(Dorothy), only d. of Coysgarne Sim of Harrow Weald
Park, and has issue — Walter Derek Gilbey, Gentleman,
b. 1913]. Seat — The Lodge, Elsenham, Essex. Town res.
— 22 Down Street, W.i.

Arthur Nocholds Gilbey, Esq., J. P. Berkshire, b. 1861 ;
m. 1885, Beatrice, second d. of the late Henry Gold, Esq.,
of Cookham, Berks., J. P., and has issue — Sebastian Walter
Gilbey, Gentleman, 2nd Lieut. R.A.S.C., and R.A.F., b.
1893 \m,. 1916, Jean Agnes, only d. of the late George
Milner, and has issue — Arthur Sebastian Gilbey, Gentle-
man, b. 1919; Giles Milner Gilbey, Gentleman,^. 1923];
Rupert Sydney Gilbey, Gentleman, b. 1900 \m. 1927,
Anne Penelope, d. of E. S. Prince, of Kemble, Glos.] ; Nina
\in. 1906, Arthur Bayly Akroyd of New Hall, Taplow, and
has issue] ; Sylvia \m. igii, Edward Maurice Dowson] ;
and Diana Beatrice. Res. — 15 Westbourne Street, W.

Tresham Gilbey, Esq., J. P. for co. of Herts., of The
Grange, Bishop's Stortford, co. of Hertford, b. 1862 ; m.
1886, Sarah Ann, only child of Sir John Barker, Bart.,
of The Grange, Bishop's Stortford. Seat — Whitehall,
Bishop's Stortford, Herts.

Guy Gilbey, Esq., J. P. Essev, Capt. late Remount Service,
b. 1868 ; m. 1902, Katharine Thurlow, elder d. of the late
Henry Merry weather. Res. — Sheering Hall, Harlow, Essex.

PERCY CARLYLE GILCHRIST, Gentleman, Associate
of the Royal School of Mines, Member of the Institute
of Civil Engineers, Fellow of the Royal Society. Born
December 27, 1851, being the eldest son of the late
Alexander Gilchrist, Barrister-at-Law, by his wife Anne,




rampant between two estoiles and the like in the base all of
the last. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of



only daughter of the late John Parker Burrows. Clubs—
Reform, Whitehall, Cleveland (Middlesbrough). Armorial
bearings — He bears for Arms : Gules, a bow stringed in
bend or, between a bull's head erased in chief and a pheon
in base both argent; and for the Crest, on a wreath



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o /the colours, between the attires of a stag attached to the
scalp or, a crescent argent, issuant therefrom an arrow
paleways point downwards also or ; with the Motto,
'Fide et fiducia." Livery— Brov/n, with brass buttons.
Afiirried, December 22, 1877, Norah Augusta Maria, second
daughter of the late Captain Louis Roper F'itzmaurice,
Royal Navy; and has Issue — Alexander Fitzmaurice Gil-
christ, Gentleman, t. September 10, 1878; and Eileen
Fitzmaurice. Postal address —

JAMES GILCHRIST. Esq., J. P. and D.L. of the co.
cf the city of Glasgow, Engineer and Shipbuilder. BorniS^j,
being the eld. son of the late Archibald Gilchrist, Esq. , j. P.
for Argyllshire and Lanarkshire, Engineer and Shipbuilder,
and his wife Margaret Martin, d. of Thomas Steel of Kirkin-
tilloch. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1874) — Azure, the
sun in splendour or, between two crosses pate6 in chief and
a water-bouget in base argent. Mantling azure and or.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant argent,
supporting in his forepaws a pennoncelle proper, the flag
azure, charged with a horse passant also argent; and in an
escroll over the same this MottO, " Mea gloria fides."
Afarried Janet, d. of John M'Auslan of Dumbarton; and
has issue — Four sons and two daus. Residence —

GILCHRIST (H. Coll.). Azure, the sun in splendour
or, on a chief argent a cross crosslet fitchee sable between




two stags' heads caboshed gules. Mantling azure and
or. Crest — On a WTeath of the colours, in front of a
rising sun proper a cross patonce fitchee sable. Motto —
" I hope to speed."

Sons of George Gilchrist, banker, of Bazil Point,

Southport, b. 1831 ; d. 1918 ; m. 1861, Jane Helen,

d. and co-heir of Philip Thomson, Gentleman, of

Altrincham, Cheshire : —

Rev. William Gilchrist, F.R.G.S., Minister Emeritus,

Presbyterian Church of England, b. 1862 ; m. 1905,

Elvira Mary, elder d. of James Brierley, Esq., of Mossley

Hall, Congleton. Res. — Bazil House, Beechwood

Avenue, Boscombe, Hants.

Philip Thomson Gilchrist, Esq., R.B.A. (1906), h. 1865 ;
m. 1910, Katharine Gray, eld. d. of Rev. James Mellis,
M.A. Res. — Sunderland Point, nr. Lancaster.

GILCHRIST-CLARK of Speddoch (L.p.). Quarterly,
I and 4, sable, an estoile pierced or, within a bordure of
the last, charged with three cross crosslets fitchee of the



first (Clark) ; 2 and 3, azure, the sun in splendour between
two crosses patee htchee in chief and a mullet in base
argent (Gilchrist).

Dau. of John Gilchrist-Clark, Esq., J. P.. M.A., b.

1830; d. 1881 ; m. 1859, Matilda Caroline, d. of

William Henry Fox Talbot of Lacock Abbey, Wilts.:—

Mary Emily Gilchrist-Clark. Seat — Speddoch, Dumfries.

GILDEA of Clooncormack, co. Mayo (formerly of
Golough and Port Royal, 16 -1798) (U.O.). Argent on a
mount vert, a stag slatant under an oak-tree proper, in the
dexter chief point a cross crosslet fitchee gules for difference.
Mantling vert and argent. Crest — ^Upon a wreath of the
colours, a wolfs head erased proper, langued gules, charged
on the neck with a cross crosslet fitchee as in the arms.
Mottoes—" Re e merito " ; " Vincit qui patitur."

Only surv. son of Major-Gen. John Arthur Gildea,
8ist Regt. of Foot, served in the Indian Mutiny, b.
1818 ; d. 1873; nt. 1857, Elizabeth, d. of Robert
Rickart- Hepburn of Rickarton, Kincardineshire : —
Charles Bruce Gildea, Gentleman, b. 1866; m. 1890,
Alice Emily, d. of John Ashmore Curtler, of Worcester.

Res.—

Only surv. issue of Arthur Knox Gildea, Esq., J. P. and
D.L. (High Sheriff co. Mayo 1891), (^.1858; d. 1923;
m. 1891, Jane, only d. of Thomas Ruttledge, Esq.,
D.L., of Cornfield, co. Mayo:—
Jane Gildea, ^. 1902. 5ea/— Clooncormack, Hollymount,

CO. Mayo.

Sons of Rev. William Gildea, Hon. Canon of Salisbury
and Prebendary of Stratton, Rector of Upwey and
R.D., (J. 1833; d. 1925; m. 1862, Sarah Caroline, d.
of Nathaniel Phillips Simes, of Strood Park,
Horsham: —
George Stanhope Simes Gildea, Gentleman, b. 1864 ;
m. 1895, Mary Louisa Bourne; and has issue-(i) Cecil
Gildea, Gentleman, b. 1898 ; (2) Stanhope Gildea, Gentle-
man, b. 1900; (3) Eric Gildea, Gentleman, b. 1903; and
Ethel [m. 1920, Charles Cherry].

John William Simes Gildea, Gentleman,*. 1866; ot. 1905,
Maud Trew ; and has issue— John Trew Gildea, Gentle-
man, b. 1905; Maud Margaret; and Angela Ethel.

Tames Frederick Simes Gildea, Gentleman, b. 1884 ; th.
1911, Evelyn Muriel Mutch, d. of William Shenton, and
has 'issue— William Frederick Peter Gildea, Gentleman,
b. 1914 ; and Stella Margaret Patricia.

Only surv. son of Col. Sir James Gildea, Knt. Bach.,

GBE., K.C.V.O., C.B., F.S.A., F.R.G.S., Knight

of St. John of Jerusalem, Hon. Col.4th Batt. (Special

Res.) Roy. Warwicksh. Regt., founded the Soldiers,

Sailors' and Airmen's Families' Association (1885), and

the Royal Homes for Officers' Widows and Daughters

at Queen Alexandra's Court, Wimbledon (1899), b.

1838- d. 1920; m. 1864, Rachel Caroline, d. of Arthur

Kett Barclay, Esq., D.L., of Bury Hill, Surrey:—

Lt -Col. George Arthur Gildea, late Lanes. Fus., served

with the Bechuanaland Border Police, the Matabeleland

Field Force, and the Sierra Leone Frontier Force, in first

Matabele War (1893), South African W^ar (1899) and the

European War (igM*. Esquire of the Ven. Order of the

Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, b. 1870 ■ m. igos.

Annie Morgan, d. of John Morgan-Thomas, Esq., I.F.,

of Glyngarth, Breconshire ; and has issue— Gaynor Mane.

Club— ]\xn\or Naval and Military.

CHRISTOPHER BERNARD GILES-PULLER, Gen-
tleman. Born July 20, 1875. being the eldest son of the
late Charles Giles-Puller, Esq., J.P. and D L. M.A.,
sometime in Holy Orders, Fellow of Tnn. Coll., Camb.,
and formerly Vicar of Standon, Herts., by his wife Em-
meline Maria, second dau. of W^illiam Longman of
Ashlvns, Herts. Armorial bearings- Quarterly, i and 4,
azure a bend invected, plain cottised between three escal ops
or oil a chief of the last, a quatrefoil between two escallops
of' the first (for Puller) ; 2 and 3, per chevron ermine and
azure, a lion rampant counterchanged, between in chief two
crosses clech^e voided of the second (for Giles). Mantling
azure and or. Crests— r. on a wreath of the colours, in front
of a mount vert, thereon a dove holding in the beak an ohve
branch proper, three escallops inverted or (for Puller) ; 2.
on a wreath of the colours, issuant from an annulet or, a
lion's gamb erased azure, charged with a cross clech6e
voided also or. holding a branch of a peach-tree leaved and
fructed proper (for Giles). Lii/^rv-Drab, with blue waist-
coat. 5«j/— 'Voungsbury, near Ware, Herts.



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GILES (H. Coll.). Sable, a chalice or, on a chief
argent two quatrefoils purpure. Mantling sable and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, Issuing from a chalice




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or, between two pansy flowers slipped and leaved, three

other pansy floweis also slipped and leaved proper. Motto

— " Suivons notre pens6e."

Eldest son of Richard William Giles, of 60 Nevern
Square, South Kensington, 6. 1824 ; </. 1897 ; m. 1861,
Frances Elizabeth, d. of John Croome, C.E. , ot
Staines, Middlesex : —
Sir Robert Sidney Giles, Knt. Bach. (1922), M.A.

(Oxon.), Hon. LL.D. (Univ. of Rangoon), d. 1865 ; m.

1914, Mary Louisa, d. of Captain Charles H. Marillier,

The Rifle Brigade, and widow of Hugh Seaborn May,

Lieut. R.E. Club — Oxford and Cambridge.

GILL (Confn. U.O.). Lozengy or and azure, a lion
rampant guardant argent, on a canton sable, an ostrich
feather passing through a scroll of the third. Mantling
azure and or. Crest —Issuant from a mural crown or, a
falcon wings expanded proper, holding in its beak an
ostrich feather argent. Motto — " Re e merito. "

Son of Sir Charles Frederick Gill, Knt. Bach. (1921), of
Monks, Ockley, Surrey, K.C., Barrister-at-Law, Re-
corder of the city of Chichester, eld. son f f Charles
Gill (see below), i. 1851; a. 1923; m. 1878, Ada S.,
d. of J. C. Fielding of Brighton : —
Fielding Gill, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law, l>. 1879.
J?es. — Griggs Tower Hill, Horsham, Sussex.

Only surv. son of Charles Gill, Gentleman, d. 1824;
ti. 1901 ; m. 1849, Kate, d. of Joseph Moyers : —
Arthur Edmund Gill, Esq., Metropolitan Police Magis-
trate since 1908, formerly Recorder of Faversham, d. 1864 ;
m. 1898, Dorothy, d. of Arthur Eraser Walter, Esq., of
Bearwood, Berks. ; and has issue — (i) Humphrey Clarendon
Gill, Gentleman, 6. 1903 ; (2) Geoffrey Walter Gill, Gentle-
man, fi. 1905 ; (3) Edmund Benedict Gill, Gentleman, d.
1907; and Margery. J?es. — Chenies, Oakwood Hill,
Ockley, Surrey. Chambers — 2 Raymond Buildings, Gray's
Inn, W.C. Clubs — Garrick, Oxford and Cambridge.

GILL (H. Coll.). Or, on a chevron between three
estoiles purpure, an escallop between a decrescent
and an increscent of the field. Mantling purpure and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a boar argent, resting
the dexter foot on an estoile or. Motto — " In te Domine
spes nostra."

Sons of Henry Clifford Gill, Surgeon, of Bootham
Park, York, h. ; d. ; in. : —

Clifford Allchin Gill, Brev. Lieut.-Col. I.M.S., b.
Res. — Sidmouth, S. Devon.

George Brittan GiU, Capt. R.A.M.C, T.F., b.
Res. — Holmleigh, London Road, Leicester.



GILL (H. Coll.). Lozengy or and azure, in base a lion
rampant guardant ermine, and in chief two roses gules
barbed and seeded proper. Mantling azure and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours.a demi-lion ermine gorged
with an antique crown or, and resting the sinister paw on
an escutcheon argent charged with a squirrel sejant
proper. Motto — " Virtute aquiritur honor."

Son of Chappie Gill, of Lower Lee, Woolton : —

Robert Carey Chappie Gill, Esq., b. 1875 ; tn. 1908,
Mildred, d. of WilUam Pretty, J.P., M.F.H., Ipswich ;
and has issue — 2 sons ; and i dau. Res. — 177 Bedford
Street South, Liverpool; Brynderwen, Bwlch-y-Ciban,
CO. Montgomery,

GILLANDERS, see MACKENZIE-GILLANDERS.

MARGARET GILLIES GILLIES-SMITH, COVEN-
TRY BARRETT GILLIES GILLIES- SMITH, and
ADELAIDE CATHCART GILLIES GILLIES-SMITH,
daughters and co-heirs of the late Adam Gillies Gillies-
Smith, Esq., J. P. for CO. of city of Edinburgh, Chairman
of the North Berwick Parish Council and of the North
Berwick Parish School Board, by his wife Maria Margaret,
eldest dau. of Capt. Samuel Gooden Barrett of Barret Hall
and Greenwood, Jamaica. Armorial bearings — On a
lozenge, quarterly, i and 4, or, an eagle displayed gules,
charged on the breast with a horseshoe of the field (for
Smith) ; 2 and 3, or, two cross crosslets fitch^e in chief,
and in base the attires of a hart affixed to the scalp
gules, a chief chequy of the second and argent (for
Molison), in the centre of the quarters a cat's head
erased gules, for difference. Postal address — The Latch,
North Berwick, N.B.

GILLMAN (H. Coll., i Nov. 1553). Quarterly, i
argent, a man's leg couped at the thigh sable, encircled
below the knee by a gemel or ; 2. argent, a double-headed
eagle displayed sable, beaked and membered gules, ducally
gorged or ; 3. argent, three firebrands proper ; 4. or, on a
chevion between three martlets sable, an escutcheon of the
last charged with a cross moline between four crescents
argent. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, an eagle's head sable, holding in the beak
gules, a brand sable, fired proper. Motto — " Non cantu
sed actu." Liveyy (dress) — White, black facings ; (undress)
— dark blue.

Son of Herbert Webb Gillman, Esq., B.A., B.L.,
J. P., of Clonteadmore, and of the Ceylon Civil Service
((/. 1898), by his wife Annie [d. 1926), d. of Francis
Mack wood of Avon House, Scarborough, co. Yorks.,
and Galboda and other estates, Ceylon : —
Lt.-Gen. Sir Webb Gillman, K.C.B. (1927), K.C.M.G.
(1919), D.S.O. , R.A. , served S. Africa 1899-1900, West
Africa 1901-02, Great War 1914-19, and Morocco 1925, as
Military Attach^, Inspector-Gen. of Artillery 1924, Master-
General of the Ordnance 1927,^. 1870; m. 191 1, Caroline
Grace Elizabeth, only d. of Charles Rube of Hill Street, W. ;
and has issue Herbert Charles Rube Gillman, Esq.,
h. 1912 ; Catherine Anne Rube ; and Susan Elizabeth.
Res.—Zo Eaton Place, S.W. C///3— Army and Navy.

JOHN ST. LEGER GILLMAN, Esquire, J. P. co.
Cork. Born July 11, 1870, being the eldest son of the late
Major Bennett Watkins Gillman, H.M. 12th Regt. of Foot,
by his wife Sarah Beamish, dau. of Francis Bennett of
Clonakilty. Armorial bearings— Sable, a dexter leg couped
above the knee or, in the dexter chief point an annulet of
the last. Mantling sable and or. Crest -On a wreath of
the colours, a griffin's head erased sable, charged with an
annulet or, holding in the beak a bear's paw of the last.
Motto — "Non cantu sed actu." Livery —T)2.vV blue, red
pipings. Married, July 29, 1891, Jane Rolt Sherlock,
youngest dau. of the late Thomas Sherlock of Devonshire
Square, Bandon ; and has /w//^— Muriel Dorothy Eliza-
beth ; Ivy Neville Mary ; Claire Estelle Rolt ; and Lorraine
Wigmore Jennie. Seat —

GILLON. (L.O., 1676 and 1824)— Gules, on a saltire
argent, five martlets volant of the first. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a
raven in the face of a rock proper. Supporters — Two
ravens proper. Motto — " Tutum refugium."

Second but eld. surv. son of the late Andrew Gillon,
Esq. , of Wallhouse, co. Linlithgow, J. P. and Vice-Lieut.
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Anna Maria, only d. of Capt. Henry Paget Gill, late
5th Regt :—
Henry Gillon, Esq., J. P. co. Linlithgow, late Lieut. 3rd
Dragoon Gds., and Capt. l8th Hussars, i. 1854 ; m. Oct.
12, 1881, Amy Blanch (d. 1911). dau. of G. W. Hemans,
and granddau. of Mrs. Felicia Hemans, the poetess.
Seat—

GiLLON (Matric. L.O., 24 Jan. 1921). Mantling, Crest,
and Motto— As above. Arms as above, but the saltire
inverted.

Fifth but third surv. son of the above Andrew Gillon,
bv his 3rd wife, m. 1874, Isabella Agnew, d. of Stair
Hathorn Stewart of Physgill and Glasserton, Wigtown-
shire : —
Stair Ag new Gillon, Esq.. B.A. (Oxon.), LL.B. (Edin.),
Advocate, ^erved Great War as temp. Capt. K.O.S.B., d.
1877 ; m. 1919, Nina, O.B.E., ygst. d. of Arthur Henry
Johnstone Douglas of Lockerbie, and has surv. issue —
Isabella Agnew ; and Helen Douglas. /?es. — Pitliver,
Dunfermline. C/«*j— Brooks's, New (Edinburgh).

GILLOW of Leighton Hall (H. Coll., 1846). Gules, a
lion rampant and in chief three fleurs-de-lys or, two flaunches
of the last, each charged with a fleur-de-lys of the field.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, a lion rampant sable, sem6e of annulets, and
holding between the paws a clarion or. Motto — " Fidus
et audax. "

Sons of Richard Charles Gillow, Esq., of Leighton

Hall, Lancaster, J. P., Col. and Vol. Batt. Border

Regt., i. 1846; 1/. 1901 ; ?n. 1869, Agnes Ma.ry (Jies. —

Keighton Hall, Lanes. ), only d. of Charles Francis

Riddell of Battle Hill, Hexham :—

George Michael Gillow, Gentleman, 6. 1876; m. 1908,

Maud, d. of the late Thomas Mellor of Streatham, London ;

and has issue — Veronica. /?es. —

Walter Joseph Gillow, Gentleman, 6. 1880. Res. —

GILMOUR, see LITTLE-GILMOUR.

GILMOUR(L.O , 1871). Argent, on a chevron invected
between three trefoils slipped vert, as many hunting-horns
stringed of the first. Mantling vert and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a dexter hand fesseways,
couped holding a writing pen proper. MottO — "Nil
penna sed usus."

Only surv. son of Allan Gilmour, Esq., J. P., LL.B.

Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law of the Middle Temple,

*. 1851 ; d. 1917; m. 1875, Amelia Curror (d. 1912),

of Nivingstone, co. Kinross : —
Angus Cecil Gilmour, Esq., Capt. Argyll and Sutherland