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Highlanders, 6. 1882 ; m. 1910, Ethel Fountain, elder d. of
Witham Fountam Woods, J. P., of Chelsea, and has issue-
Allan Gilmour, Gentleman, iJ. 191 1 ; and Ian Angus Gilmour,
Gentleman, d. 1912. Seat — Eaglesham House, by Glasgow,
N.B.

GILMOUR (L.O.). Quarterly, i and 4, azure, three
writing-pens paleways argent (Gilmour) ; 2 and 3, sable,
on a saltire argent, a crescent gules (Little). MantlingS — i.
Azure, doubled argent ; 2. sable, doubled argent. Crests
— I. a dexter hand holding a scroll of paper within a
garland of laurel proper (Gilmour); 2. a leopard's face or
(Little). Mottoes — i. "Nil penna sed usus " (Gilmour) ;
2. "Magnum in parvo" (Little). Livery — Blue and
white.

Eld. son of Col. Henry Wolrige Gordon, Esslemont,

CO. Aberdeen, b. 1831 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1856, Anne, d.

of Major Gordon, of Halhead and Esslemont, co.

Aberdeen : —
Sir Robert Gordon Gilmour (formerly Gordon-Gilmour),
ist Bart. (29 July 1926;, C.B. (1902), C.V.O. (1910),
D.S.O. (1900), of LibertonandCraigmillar, co. Midlothian,
J. P. and D.L. for that co. , Hon. Brig.-Gen. (ret.), late
Col. commanding Grenadier Guards, Lieut. Royal Company
of Archers (King's Body Guard for Scotland), Gentleman
Usher of the Green Rod (Order of the Thistle), served in
Zulu War 1879, Gordon Relief Expedition 1884-85, S.
African War 1900-2 (despatches twice). Great War 1914-19
(despatches twice, Croix de Guerre of Belgium), b. i^si '<
m. 1889, Lady Susan Lygon, 2nd d. of Frederick, 6th
Earl Beauchamp ; and has issue — John Little-Gilmour
(formerly Gordon-Gilmour), Esq., Lieut, late Grenadier
Guards,^. 1889 (g.v.); Mary [m. 1912, Hughe Mont-



gomery Knatchbull-Hugessen, C.M.G., Counsellor of
Embassy, H.M.'s Diplomatic Service; and has issue];
Margaret [m. 1920, William Francis Stratford Dugdale,
of Mere vale Hall, .\therstone ; and has issue] ; and
Grizel [m. 1919, Capt. Artliur Oswald James Hope,
M.C. , M.P. Coldstream Guards; and has issue]. Seat —
The Inch, Liberton, Midlothian. C/ubs — Guards' ;
Carlton ; Travellers' ; Pratts' ; New (Edinburgh).

GILMOUR (L.O. , 1898) — Argent, on a chevron between
three trefoils slipped vert, as many hunting-horns of the
first, the escutcheon being charged with his badge as a
Baronet. Mantling vert, doubled argent. Crest — Upon




a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand fesseways couped
holding a writing-pen proper, and on an escroll over the
same this Motto, " Nil penna sed usus."

Second but only surv. son of Sir John Gilmour, ist
Bart., of Lundin and Montrave, co. Fife, and of South
Walton, Mearns, co. Renfrew, J.P. and D.L. Fife,
Hon. Col. Fife and Forfar Imp. Yeo. , d. 1845 ; d.
1920; m. 1873, Henrietta, dau. of David Gilmour of
Quebec : —
Rt. Hon. Sir John Gilmour, 2nd Bart, (i Sept. 1897), P. C,
D.S.O. and Bar, D.L. Fife, Hon. LL.D. Glasgow and
Edinburgh, Lord Rector of Edinburgh Univ. since 1926,
M. P. for E. Renfrewshire Jan. 1910-18, and for Pollock Div.
from 1918, Lt.-Col. Fife and Forfar Imp. Yeo., fi. 1876 ;
m. ist, 1902, Mary Louise (d. 1919), d. of Edward Tiley
Lambert of Telham Court, Sussex ; 2nd 1920, Violet
Agnes, d. of the late E. T. Lambert, and has issue— John
Edward Gilmour, Esq., i. 1912 ; Anne Margaret ; and (by
2nd wife) Daphne Mary. Seat — Montrave, Leven, Fife-
shire. Town res. — 6 Cadogan Square, S.W. i. Cluis —
Carlton, New (Edinburgh).

GILPIN. Or, a boar passant sable, in chief two roses
gules, barbed and seeded proper, a canton azure for differ-
ence. Mamtling sable and or. Crest— Upon a wreath of
the colours, in front of three tilting-spears, points upward,
one in pale and two in saltire proper, as many mascles
interlaced fessewise or.

Son of Peter Valentine Gilpin, Esq., J.P. for Bedford-
shire, late Lieut, sth Lancers, b. 1858 ; assumed the
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dau. of the late Capt. Henry Meux-Smith of Hock-

liffe: —
Valentine Purcell Gilpin, Gentleman, d. 1885. Jfes. —
Clarehaven, Newmarket, Suffolk ; Dollanstown, Kilcock,
Ireland.

GILPIN-BROWN. Gules, on a chevron ermine, between
three lions' gambs erased and erect argent, three escallops
of the field, all within a bordure of the second, on a chief
of the third an eagle displayed between two escallops
sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath




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of the colours, a lion's gamb erased argent, armed and
charged with a bar gemel gules, the paw holding two
eagles' wings conjoined sable. Motto — " Dictis factisque
simplex."

Sons of George Gilpin-Brown, Esq., of Sedbury Park,

Yorks., J. P. and D.L. for N. Rdg. co. Yorks. , d.

1889, by his wife Louisa, d. of late Hon. Thomas L.

Dundas (fourth son of ist Lord Dundas) : —
George Thomas Gilpin-Brown, Esq., J. P. and D.L.
N. Rdg. Yorks. (High Sheriff Yorks. 1893), i. 1848.

William Dundas Gilpin- Brown, Esq., I. P. for parts ol
Kestevan, Lines., F.S.I. , d. 1851; m. 1885, Ada Frances
Meta Maule, d. of Major-Gen. Frank Horsley, late 3rd
Madras 1-ight Cavalry ; and has issue — Leslie George
Gilpin-Brown, Gentleman, i. 1886 [m. 1922, Evelyn
Gertrude, d. of Ernest Phelps Peyton, and has issue —
John Bernard Gilpin-Brown, Gentleman, i. 1923 ; and
Diana Margaret {Res. — Beauworth Manor, nr. Alresford,
Hants.)]; and Dorothy Louisa.

GILSTRAP, see MACRAE-GILSTRAP.



MATTHEW BABINGTON GISBORNE, Gentleman.
Born 1863, being the elder son of the late Thomas Matthew
Gisborne, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Derby, J. P. cos. Leices-
ter and Stafford, by his wife Caroline Frances, dau. of Rev.
William Wilberforce Bird. Armorial bearings — Erminois,
a lion rampant sable, collared argent, on a canton vert a
garb or. Mantling sable and or. Crest— Out of a mural
coronet argent, a demi-lion rampant ermines, collared,
dovetailed or. Residence —

GISBOROUGH, Baron, see CHALONER,

SAMUEL GIST, Gentleman, b. 1832, son of the late
Samuel Gist Gist, Esq., J. P., of Wormington Grange, by his
wife Marianne, commonly known as the Hon. Marianne,
only d. ot the Right Hon. Warner Westenra, second Lord
Rossmore. Armorial bearings — He bears for ArmB :
Per pale gules and sable, on a chevron engrailed er-
minois, between three swans' heads and necks erased
ermine, as many fleurs-de-lys azure. Upon the escut-
cheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling gules and or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath
of the colours, a swan's head and neck erased ermine,
collared gules, between two palm branches vert. Motto —
" Benigno numine." Seat —

GLADSTONE (H. Coll., 18 July 1846). Argent, a
savage's head affront^e, dropping blood, wreathed about
the temples with holly proper, within an orle fiory gules,
all within an orle of eight martlets sable. Crest — Issuant




roni a wreath of holly proper, a demi-grjffin sable, support-
ing between the claws a sword enfiled with a wreath of
oak, all proper, Motto — "Fide et virtute." Livery —
Black, with silver buttons ; waistcoat red, with narrow white
stripes.

Sons of Robert Gladstone, Esq., J. P. cos. Lanes, and
Dumfries, Chairman of the Mersey Docks and Har-
bour Board, b. July 17, 1833 ; d. 1919 ; tn. February
16, i860, Mary Ellen (d. 1895), eldest d. of the late
Robertson Gladstone, Esq. , of Court Hey, near Liver-
pool, J. P. for the County Palatine of Lancaster —
Arthur Steuart Gladstone, Esq. , b. November 27, i860.
Robert Gladstone, Gentleman, B.C.L., M.A. (Oxford),
b. May 6, 1866.

GLADSTONE (H. Coll.). Argent, a savage's head

affront^e, distilling drops of blood, wreathed about the

temples with holly proper, within an orle fleury gules,

all within eight martlets in orle sable. Mantling

gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,

issuant from a wreath of holly proper, a demi-griflSn sable,

supporting between the claws a sword, the blade enfiled by

a wreath of oak also proper. Motto—" Fide et virtute. "

Son of Capt. John Neilson Gladstone, R.N. , of Bowden

Park, Chippenham, M.P. , b. 1807; d. 1863; m. 1837,

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Sir John Evelyn Gladstone, 4th Bart. (18 July, 1846),
J. P. and D.L. Wilts. (High Sheriff 1897), M.A.
0.\on., b. 1855; m. 1888, Gertrude Theresa, d. of Sir
Charles Hayes Miller, 7th Bart., of Froyle ; and has
issue — Margaret Betty [;w. 1911, Hon. Geoffrey Laurence
Parsons, second son of 4th Earl of Rosse, K.P. ] ; Olive Mary
\_m. 1919, Capt. Robert L. Loyd, O.B. E. , M.C., ist and
2nd L. Gds., and has issue]; and Muriel Ivy. Seat —
Bowden Park, Chippenham. C7«i5.f— Wellington, Jan.
Carlton.

Gladstone of Hawarden. Quarterly, i and 4, Glad-
stone as above; 2 and 3, quarterly, i. and iiii., argent, an
eagle displayed with two heads sable; ii. and iii., argent,
three brands raguly sable, tired proper, on an inescutcheon
argent, a human leg couped at the thigh sable (Glynne of
Hawarden). Crest as above. Motto as above.

Sons of Rev. Stephen Edward Gladstone, M.A. Oxford,

formerly Rector of Barrowby, co. Lincoln, b. 1844; d.

1920 ; m. 1885, .Annie C. , d. of the late Charles Bowman

Wilson, M.R.C.S., of Liverpool: —

Albert Charles Gladstone, Esq., M.B.E., M.A. (Oxon.),

J. P., D.L. CO. Flint, late Capt. Indian Army, b. i886.

Res. — Manley Hall, Helsby, Cheshire.

Charles Antlrew Gladstone, Gentleman, ^LA. (Oxon.),
b. i888 ; m. 1925, Isla Margaret, d. of the late Sir Walter
Erskine Crum, of Fytield Manor, Berks., and has issue —
Erskine William Gladstone, Gentleman, b. 1925. Res. —
Manley Hall, Helsby, Cheshire.

Stephen Deiniol Gladstone, Esq., late Capt. Indian Army
Res. of Officers, b. 1891 ; m. 1923, Mary, d. of Lt.-Col.
Charles Davidson, Altdinnie, Aboyne, and has issue —
Stephen Charles Gladstone, Gentleman, ^. 1924; and Mary
Felicity. Res. — Gillander House, 8 Clive Street, Calcutta.
Yr. sons of Rt. Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, P.C.,
M.P., D.C.L.. M.A., Premier and First Lord of the
Treasury, &c. , b. 1809; d. 1898; m. 1839, Catherine,
d. of Sir Stephen Richard Glynne, Bart., of Ha-
warden : —
Henry Neville Gladstone, Esq., Lord-Lieut, and Custos
Rotulorum, co. Flint, J. P. Cheshire, b. 1852; m. 1890,
Hon. Maud Rendel, d. of first and last Baron Rendel.
Seat — Hawarden Castle, North Wales. Town res. — 78
Eaton Square, S.W.

Rt. Hon. Herbert John Gladstone, 1st Viscount Gladstone
(iqio), M.A. (Oxon".), P.C, G.C.B., G.B.E., G.C.M.G.,
M.P. for Leeds 1880-5, for West Leeds 1885-1910, Under-
Secretary of State for Home Department 1892-4, First
Commissioner of Works 1894-5, Home Secretary 1905-1910,
Gov.-Gen. of Union of South Africa 1910-14, Grand Officer
of the Crown (Belgium), Knight of Grace of the Order of the
Hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem, b. 1854 ; m. 1901, Dorothy
Mary, d. of Sir R. H. Paget, Bart., P.C. 6V<2/— Dane
End, Ware, Herts. Town res. — 4 Cleveland Square, St.
James's, S.W. Clubs — Reform, National Liberal, Bath.



GLASBROOK of Sketty Park (H. Coll.). Gules, on a pile
per pale indented or and argent, between two fleurs-de-lys in
base of the second, a maunch of the first. Mantling gules
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, two arms
embowed in armour, the hands gauntleted proper, holding
a maunch gules.

Son of John Glasbrook, Esq., J. P. Glamorgan : —

The late John Glasbrook, Esq., J. P. Glamorgan (High
Sheriff 1903-4), b. 1849; m. 1891, Edith Amelia Batchelor ;
and had issue — John Henry Lionel Glasbrook, Gentleman,
b. 1892.



GLADWIN-ERRINGTON, see TURBUTT.



GLANELY, Baron, see TATEM.



GLANUSK, Baron, see BAILEY.



GLASGOW, Earl of, see BOYLE.



GLASGOW, see ROBERTSON-GLASGOW.

GLASGOW, formerly of Auchenraith (L.O. 1847).
Argent, an oak-tree growing out of a mount in base vert,



on a chief gules, a garb between two crescents or.

Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest —

Eld. son of William James Glasgow, Esq., J. P., of Old
Court [d. 1887), by Dora, eld d. of Bernard Robert
Shaw of Monkston, co. Cork : —
Alexander John Glasgow, Gentleman, b. 1857. Seat —

GLASSPOOLE of Palmer's Green (H. Coll.). Ermine,
two bars gules, each charged with a cross crosslet fitch 6e
argent, all between two flaunches or, each charged
with a rose of the second barbed and seeded proper.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, two cubit arms vested gules, the hands proper
holding a cross crosslet fitchee palewise argent. Motto
— " Mente et manu."

Son of William Henry Glasspoole, of Hornsey, b.
1858 ; m. 1882, Emma Jane, d. of Alfred Banan : —

Leopold Ernest Glasspoole, Gentleman, 6. 1885; m.
1910, Kate Elizabeth, d. of William Henry Macey, and
has issue — Howard Arnold Glasspoole, Gentleman, b.
1912. Res. — Keston Park, Kent.



GLAZEBROOK (H. Coll.) Ermine, an eagle displayed
gules, beaked, legged, and holding in the beak a fleur-de-lys
or, on a chief sable two bezants, each charged with a fleur-
de-lys azure. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, in front
of a bear's head erased or, muzzled azure, an eagle's leg
erased at the thigh fessewise of the last.

Son of Rev. James Kirkland Glazebrook, M.A., Vicar

of Lower Darwen, co. Lancaster, b. 1802; d. i8go;

m. 1838, Mary, d. of John Hargreaves of Hart

Common, West Houghton: —

Henry George Twanbrook Glazebrook, Gentleman, B. A.

(Oxon.), b. 1845; w. Louisa Russel, only child of Russel

Patey, Commander R.N. ; and has issue — (i) George

Russel Glazebrook, Gentleman, b. 1878; (2) Harold Patey

Glazebrook, Gentleman, b. 1886; and Constance Patey.

Res. — Simcoe, Norfolk, Ontario, Canada.

Sons of Henry Glazebrook, b. 1808 ; d. 1881 ; m. 1847,
Amelia, d. of Thomas Forbes Walmsley of West-
minster : —
James Francis Walmsley Glazebrook, Gentleman, b.
1855 ; m. i8go, Leila Mary, daughter of Alexander Geddes
of Liverpool ; and has issue— (i) Francis Henry Glaze-
brook, Gentleman, b. 1893 ; (2) Paul Kirkland Glazebrook,
Gentleman, b. 1899 ; and Dorothy May. Postal address —
Chester.

Frederick Edward de Twenebrokes Glazebrook, Gentle-
man, b. 1859 ; }n. 1889, Constance Farrer, d. of Edward
Glazebrook ; and has surv. issue— Constance Margery.
Res.—

Sons of Nicholas Smith Glazebrook, M.R.C.S., of Hay-
man's Green, West Derby, co. Lanes. , b. 1814 ; d. ;
m. 1853, Sarah Anne, d. of Richard Tetley of Free-
mont. West Derby : —
Sir Richard Tetley Glazebrook, K.C.B., M.A., and
Fellow of Trin. Coll., Camb., D.Sc, F.R.S., late Principal
of Liverpool University Coll., Director of the National
Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Foreign Secretary, Royal
Society, b. 1854 ; tn. 1883, Frances Gertrude, d. of the late
John William Atkinson of Saint John's, Ilkley, in the co.
of York ; and has issue— Arthur Rimington Glazebrook,
Esq. , M.C., Maj. W. Yorks. Regt., *. 1891 ; Gertrude Ethel
[m. 1918, Edward Percy Smith]; Monica; and Marian
Joan [m. 1919, Eric Coad-Pryor]. Postal address —
Ballards Oak, Limpsfield, Surrey. C/m* — Athenaeum
(London).

Francis Kirkland Glazebrook, Gentleman, *. 1857. Postal
address — The Knoll, Birkenhead. Club — Conservative,
(Liverpool).

Nicholas Smith Glazebrook, Esq., J. P., has the Kaisar-i-
Hind gold medal for Public Service in India (1901), b. 1859 ;
m. 1891, Edith Mary, d. of the late William Cleaver of
West Derby; and has issue— Edward Cleaver Glazebrook,
b. 1892. Postal add.— Ingesxr^ Road, Birkenhead.

William Rimington Glazebrook, Gentleman, b. 1864;
m. Dora, d. of Samuel Field of Liverpool and Bettws-
Abergele, North Wales; and has issue- (i) Reginald Field
Glazebrook, b. 1899 ; (2) William Rimington Glazebrook,
b. 1900 ; (3) Francis Kirkland Glazebrook, Gentleman,
b. 1903; (4) Philip Nicholas Glazebrook, Gentleman.
b. 1906. Post. add.—'Y^s Lydiate, Wollaston, Birkenhead.
Hamilton Glazebrook, Gentleman, b. 1867; m. 1905,
Margaret, d. of the late Hermann Edward Flersheim of
Nottingham ; and has issue— Frederick Hilton Glazebrook,



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Gentleman, 6. 1906; and Margaret Barbara. Postal add.
— 3 Village Road, Birkenhead.

Sons of Rev. John Kirkland Glazebrook, M.A. (Oxon.),

Vicar of Melling, nr. Liverpool, d. 1817; d. 1900; m.

1848, Harriet Augusta, d. of William Harter of Hope

Hall, Eccles, co. Lanes. : —

Harter Kirkland Glazebrook, Gentleman, 6. . Res.

— Garden Cottage, Langdown, Hythe. Hants. Clubs —

Royal Thames Yacht, R< yal Clyde Yacht, and R.A.C.

Alfred Percy Glazebrook, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

The Old Vicarage, Edge, nr. Stroud.

Herbert Ernest Glazebrook, Gentleman, b. ; m.

1893, Charlotte Mary Evelyn, d. of Capt. Alf.ed Eaton.
Res.—

Sons of Michael George Glazebrook, Gentleman, b.

1819; d. 1890; m. 1852, Margaret Elizabeth, d. of

Joseph Tapson of London : — ■

Hugh de Twenebrokes Glazebrook, Gentleman, b. 1855;

m. 1891, Florence Singleton, d. of Edward Wilson. Res. —

4 Edwardes Square, W.8.

Arthur James Glazebrook, Gentleman, i. 1861 ; m. 1889,
Lucy, fi^e Maclauchlan, of St. John's, New Brunswick.
Res. — Toronto, Canada.



GLEDSTANES. Quarterly, i and 4, per pale or and
argent, within an orle of martlets sable, a savage's head
couped, distilling drops of blood and wearing a bonnet
composed of bay and holly leaves all proper (for Gledstanes) ;
2 and 3, argent, on a chevron engrailed between three bugle-
horns stringed gules, a trefoil slipped or (for Hornidge).
Mantling sable and or. Crests — i. upon a wreath of the
colours, a demi-griffin sable, holding a spear proper, trans-
fixing a savage's head couped, distilling drops of blood and
wearing a bonnet composed of bay and holly leaves as in the
arms (for Gledstanes) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, out
of park palings proper, a demi-huntsman affront^e, habited
gules, belt and cap sable, winding a horn or Motto — Over,
" Virtutis laus actio" (for Hornidge). Motto — Under the
arms, "Fide et virtute."

Only son of Moutray Gledstanes, Esq. , J. P. cos. Tyrone

and Fermanagh, b. 1845 > succeeded his cousin,

Ambrose Upton Gledstanes, under whose will he

assumed the name and arms of Gledstanes in lieu ot

those of Hornidge, by Royal Licence, in 1871 ; d. 1917 I

m. 1874, Helen Catherine, daughter of John James

Verschoyle, Esquire, of Tassagart, co. Dublin, J. P. [by

his wife Catherine Helen, daughter of the Reverend W.

H. Foster, and grand-daughter of the Right Reverend

W. Foster, Doctor of Divinity, Bishop of Clogher] : —

Ambrose Upton Gledstanes, Esq., Lt. -Col. 30th Lancers,

Indian Army, b. July 6, 1876 ; m. 1909, Adelaide Isabella,

d. of late Major Robert Tankerville Webber, Welsh Fus.

Seat — Fardross, Clogher. Club — Naval and Military.

GLEGG of Backford (H. Coll., Vn. Cheshire 1613).
Sable, two lions counterpassant in pale argent, collared
gules, a crescent within a crescent for difference. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
hawk, wings expanded, preying on a partridge all proper.
Only surv. son of Lt.-Col. Edward Holt Glegg, late
Rifle Brig.. J. P. (High Sheriff ) co. Chester, b.

1809; d. 1877; m. 1845, Margaret Maxwell, only
child of John Maxwell Logan of Fingalton, N.B.: —
Edward Maxwell Glegg, Gentleman, Lord of the Manor
of Backford and Irbie, late Lieut. 32nd Light Inf., b. 1849;
tn. 1901, Elizabeth, second d. of late Stuart Hawkins of
Hayford Hall, Devon. Seat — Backford Hall, Chester.

GLEN (L.O., 22 July, 1922). Vert, a pale wavy undy
argent and azure, between six thistles slipped paleways of
the second. Mantling vert, doubled argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the liveries a martlet sable. Motto — " Vallus
vallem velat." Livery — Green and white.

Eldest son of Reginald Cunningham Glen, Esq., M.A. ,

LL.B. , V.D., I3arrister-at-Law, of 112 Gloucester

Terrace, London, b. 1855 ; d. 1909 ; tn. 1884, Margaret

Allan, d. of Francis Barrow, Esq., Recorder of

Rochester, of 3 Phillimore Gardens, London : —

Graham Cunningham Glen, Esq., D.S.O. (1917), Lieut. -

Commander R. N., b. 1885; m. 1914, May Snow, d. of

Alexander Bennett of Plymouth, Devon; and has issue —

Nisbet Cunningham Glen, Gentleman, b. 1920. Res. —

92 Park Road, Caterham, Surrey. Clubs — Royal Thames

Yacht, Royal Portsmouth, Corinthian Yacht (Portsmouth).



GLENARTHUR, Baron, see ARTHUR.

GLENAVY, Baron, see CAMPBELL.

GLEN-COATS. (L.O.,matric. 1895)— Quarterly, i and 4.
or, a stag's head erased gules, between the attires a pheon
azure, all between three mascles sable, a bordure engrailed of
the last (for Coats ; L. O., 1894, orig. matric. 1869) ; 2 and 3,
ermine, three Cornish choughs sable, beaked and membered
gules (for Glen). Mantling gules and or. Crests — i. upon




a wreath of his liveries, an anchor in pale proper. MottO
(above the crest) — "Be firm" (for Coats); and 2. upon a
wreath of the liveries, a Cornish chough as in the arms ;
Motto — (above the crest), " Deus alit corvos. "

Eld. son of Sir Thomas Glen Glen-Coats, C.B. , ist

Bart., b. 1846, assumed the additional surname ( f Glen

by R. L. dated July 5, 1894; d. 1922; iit. 1876,

Elise Agnes, d. of Alexander Walker ot Montreal,

Canada: —

Sir Thomas Coats Glen Glen-Coats, and Bart. (25 June,

1894), of Ferguslie Park, Paisley, B.A. (Oxon.), b. 1878.

Res. — Milearn, Racecourse Road, Ayr.

GLENCONNER, Baron, see TENNANT,

GEORGE POOLE NORRIS GLENCROSS, Esquire,
J. P. for Cornwall, M.A. Oxon. Born 1855, being the eldest
surviving son of the late Rev. James Glencross, M.A. (Ball.
Coll., Oxon.), J. P. for Cornwall, by his wife Ann Armenell,
eldest dau. of the late Rev. George P. Norris of Roscraddock
House, St. Cleer, Cornwall. Armorial bearings — Per
saltire ermine and azure, a lion rampant or, holding in the
dexter forepaw a cross patonce of the last, in chief three
chaplets of oak proper, fructed gold. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a grey-
hound argent, charged on the body with a cross patonce
azure, resting the dexter forefoot upon a chaplet as in
the arms. Motto — "A cruce salus. " Seat — Luxstowe,
Liskeard.

GLENDYNE, Baron, see NIVISON.

GLENN. Argent, on a fesse gules, between four martlets,
three in chief and one in base sable, an estoile between
two escallop shells or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest



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— On a mount vert, under an oak tree proper, a winged
lion passant or, charged on the shoulder with an estoile




gules, and holding in his dexter forepaw a battleaxe
proper. Motto — " Deus fortitude mea et salus. " Livery
— Claret colour, with gilt buttons.

Sons of James Ferguson Glenn, Gentleman, F.A.I., of
Fairmount, Aghadowey, Member of the Londonderry
County Council 1899-1905, b. 1862; d. ; m. 1890,

Mary, second dau. of Robert Wilson of Dernagross,
Aghadowey: —
James Ferguson Glenn, Gentleman, b. Jan. 4, 1893.
Thomas Charles Glenn, Gentleman, b. Oct. 5, 1897.
Robert Wilson Glenn, Gentleman, b. July 3, 1899.

GLENTANAR, Baron, see COATS.

GLOVER of Arkley (H. Coll.). Ermine, a chevron
engrailed gules charged with two pallets sable, between
four escallops or, two and two. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest^On a wreath of ;he colours, a crescent or,
thereon a moorcock proper. Badge — Two sprigs of
foxglove slipped in saltire proper, enfiled by a circlet or.
Motto — " Surgite lumen adest."

Second son of Septimus Jonathan Glover, of High-
bury, Middx.,6. 1834 ; d. 1908 ; m. 1858, Elizabeth
Ann {d. 1906), d. of Henry Briggs, of South
Shields :—
Sir Ernest William Glover, ist Bart. (U.K., 21 June
1920), of Arkley, Knt.-Bach. (1918), Officer Order of the
Crown (Belgium), Knt., ist Class, of Order of St. Olaf
(Norway), h. 1864 ; m. 1889, Helen, d. of James
Reimoldson, of South Shields. Res. — Hadley Hurst,
Barnet, Herts. Clubs — Royal Societies, R.A.C., City of
London.

GLYN of Ewell. Argent, an eagle displayed with
two heads sable, guttee-d'or. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — An eagle's head erased sable, guttee-d'or, holding
in the beak an escallop argent. Motto — " Pro libertate
lege sancta."

Fifth son of Sir George Lewen Glyn, 4th Bart., 6.

1804 ; d. 1885 ; m. as 2nd wife, 1859, Henrietta

Amelia, d. of Richard Carr Glyn, Bengal Civil

Service : —
Sir Arth'ur Robert Glyn, 7th Bart., of Ewell, Surrey
(29 Sept. 1759). &• 1870; s. his brother 1921. Res. —
The Well House, Ewell, Epsom, Surrey.

GLYN of Gaunt's House. Argent, an eagle displayed
with two heads sable guttee-d'or, a crescent azure for
difference. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Upon



a wreath of the colours, an eagle's head erased sable,
guttee-d'or, holding in the beak an escallop argent.