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(for Verschoyle) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a demi-
lion rampant or, charged on the shoulder with a crescent
gules (for Goold); with the Motto -" Temperans et
constans." Married, .Aug. 30, 1900, Sibyl Mary, younger
dau. of Colonel F. A. Le Mesurier, C.B., R.E. ; and has
issue — (i) Hamilton Neil Stuart Goold- Verschoyle, Gentle-
man, B Sc. (Lond.), b. 1904 ; (2) Denis Goold-Verschoyle,
Gentleman, b. 1910 ; (3) Brian Goold-Verschoyle, Gentle-
man, 6. 1912 ; Eileen May ; and Sheila Dorothea. Estates
— Ballymagowan Dunkinealy, co. Donegal ; Athea, co.
Limerick.



GORDON, see CONWAY-GORDON, DUFF-GOR-
DON, EVANS-GORDON, HAMILTON-GORDON,
H.\Y-GORDON, M'HAFFIE-GORDON, PIRIE-GOR-
DON, WOLRIGE-GORDON, and SMITH-GORDON.

The Most Honourable Sir JOHN CAMPBELL
W GORDON, 1ST MARQUESS OF ABERDEEN
AND TEMAIR (U.K., 4 Jan. 1916), 7th Earl of .Aberdeen
(Scot., 30 Nov. 1682I, Earl of Haddo, CO. Aberdeen, Viscount
ot Formartine, Lord Haddo, Methlic, Tarves, and
Kellie, in Scotland, Viscount Gordon of .Aberdeen,
CO. Aberdeen, in the United Kingdom (i June 1814), and
a Baronet of Nova Scotia (13 Aug. 1642), Lord- Lieut.
CO. Aberdeen, P.C, K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., Hon.
Col. ist Aberdeenshire Vol. Corps R.A., LL.D., Aber-
deen, Queen's, Toronto, McGill, Ottawa, Laval, Princeton,
and Harvard Universities, Hon. D.C.L. Bishops Coll.,
Lennoxville; was H.M.'s High Commissioner to the
General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 1881 to

1885 and 1915 ; Lord-Lieut, ol Ireland Feb. 10 to Aug. 3,

1886 and Dec. 1905 - Feb. 1915; and Gov. -Gen. of



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Canada 1893-98. Born 1847, being the third but only surv.
son of late Rt. Hon. George John James Hamilton-Gordon,
Sth Earl of Aberdeen, by his wife Mary, second dau. of the
late Geo. Baillie of Mellerstain and Jerviswoode, and sister
of Rt. Hon. George, loth Earl of Haddington. Armorial
bearings (Rematric. L.O. 1900)— Azure, three boars' heads
couped or, armed proper, langued gules, within a double
tressure flowered and counter-flowered interchangeably with
thistles, roses and fleurs-de-lys of the second.* Mantling
gules, doubled ermine. Crest — On a wreath of his
liveries, two arms holding a bow and arrow straight upwards
in a shooting position and at full draft all proper. Motto
— " Fortuna sequatur." Supporters— Dexter, an Earl;
sinister, a Doctor of Laws, both habited in their robes
proper. Married, Nov. 7, 1877, the Hon. Ishbel Maria
Marjoribanks, youngest dau. of Rt. Hon. Dudley Coutts
Marjoribanks, ist Baron Tweedmouth ; and has surv. Issue
— (i) George Gordon, commonly called Earl of Haddo,
O.B.E., J. P. and D.L. co. Aberdeen (Haddo House, Aber-
deen, and 16 Cambridge Square, W. C/«^j— Brooks's,
New (Edinburgh), and Royal Northern (Aberdeen)), b.
Jan. 20, 1879 \m. 1906, Mary Florence, widow of E. S.
Cockayne of Sheffield, and dau. of Joseph Clixby of
Cromby Cliff, Lincolnshire]; (2) Lord Dudley Gladstone
Gordon, D.S.O., Lt.-Col. late Service Batt. Gordon
Highlanders, (Wilmington Hall, Dartford, Kent. Club—
Bath), b. May 6, 1883 \_m. 1907, C^cile Elizabeth, dau. of
the late George J. Drummond of Swaylands House, and
has issue — David George Ian Alexander Gordon, Esq.,
b. 1908 ; Archibald Victor Dudley Gordon, Gentleman,
b. 1913; Michael jfames Andrew Gordon, Gentleman,
b. 1918 ; AlastairNinian John Gordon, Gentleman, i. 1920 ;
and Jessamine Cecile Marjorie] ; Lady Marjorie Adeline,
D.B.E., J. P. London, Lady of Grace of the Order of the
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem [;«. 1904, ist Baron Pent-
land [d. 1925), and has issue]. 5<ra/j— House of Cromar,
Tarland, Aberdeenshire. C/k^— Brooks's.



GORDON (L.O. , 1673). Quarterly, i, azure, three
boars' heads couped or (Gordon) ; 2. three lions' heads
erased gules, langued azure (Badenoch); 3. or, three
crescents within a double tressure flory counterflory gules
(Seton) ; 4. azure, three cinquefoils argent (Eraser). Mant-
ling gules, doubled ermine. Crest — Upon a wreath of his
liveries, in a ducal coronet or, a stag's head and neck
affront^e proper, attired with ten tines gold. Supporters
— Two deerhounds argent, each gorged with a collar gtiles
charged with three buckles or. Mottoes — Above the crest,
" Bydand " ; below the shield, "Aninio non astutia."
Arms (as Earl of Aboyne) — Azure, a chevron between
three boars' heads couped within a double tressure flory
within and adorned with crescents without or. Crest —
Upon a wreath of his liveries, a demi-lion rampant or.
Supporters — Two men in complete armour, each holding
in his exterior hand a halberd or pole-axe proper. Motto
— " Stant caetera tigno."

Eld. son of Rt. Hon. Charles Gordon, loth Marquess
of Huntly, b. 1792; d. 1863; m. 2nd, 1844, Maria
.\ntoinetta, d. of the Rev. P. W. Pegus:—
Rt. Hon. Charles Gordon, nth Marquess of Huntly (17
April 1599), Earl of Huntly, Earl of Enzie, Earl of Aboyne,
and Baron Gordon of Strathavon and Glenlivet, Baron
Meldrum of Morven, Premier Marquess of Scotland, P.C,
I. P. and D.L. Aberdeen, D.L. and C.C. Huntingdon, J. P.
Peterborough, one of the Lords-in-Waiting in Ordinary to
Queen Victoria 1870-3, Capt. of H.M. Hon. Corps of
Gentlemen-at-Arms 1881, Hon. Col. 7th Vol. Batt. Gordon
Highlanders, Lord Rector of Aberdeen University 1890-1,
1903 and 1906, b. 1847 ; m. ist, 1869, Amy {d. 1920), eld.
d. and co-heir of the late Sir Wilham Cunliffe-Brooks,
Bart., M.P., of Barlow Hall, Lancashire; 2nd, 1922,
Charlotte Isabelle, d. of the late John Fallon, and widow
of James Macdonald of Cincinnati, Ohio. Seats — Aboyne
Castle, Aberdeenshire , Orton-Longueville, Huntingdon-
shire. Town res.—2i, Grosvenor Square, W.i.



GORDON of Earlston (L.O., c. 1672-7). Azure, a
bezant between three boars' heads erased or. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries,
a dexter hand grasping a sabre proper. Motto—" Dread
God."

Eld. son of Sir Charles Edward Gordon, 7th Bart.,
*• 1835; d. 1911 ; in. 1857, Isabella {d. 1904), d. of
C. Campbell : —



Sir Robert Charles Gordon, 8th Bart. (29 July 1706),
b. 1862; VI. 1898, Elizabeth Maitland, only d. of Rev.
Maiiland Ware; and has issue— John Charles Gordon,
Esq., b. 1901. Res. —

GORDON (L.O. 19 July 1906). .Azure, a bezant between
three boars' heads erased or, langued gules, within a bor-




dure invected of the second, charged with nine lozenges of

the first.

Only child of James Gordon, of H.M. Civil Service,
b. 1833; (/.1864 ; m. 1863, Hannah, d. of Alexander
Lyle :—
Agnes James Gordon. Res. — 74 Shakespeare Road,

Cumberland Park, Acton, W.3.

Major ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER GORDON,
M.V.O. (4th class, 1908), C.B.E. (1917), C.A., J. P. co. of
Edinburgh, Knight of Grace of the Order of the Hospital
of St. John of Jerusalem in England, Officer of the Legion
of Honour, and of the Order of Leopold, Officier de
I'lnstruction Publique (Gold Palms), Commander of the
Orders of Crown of Italy, of Crown of Belgium, of Leopold
II. (Belgium), and Knight of the Order of St. Jago
(Portugal), and Isabella the Catholic (Spain), has
Croix de Guerre (with palms) Belgium and France, Croix
Civique (First Class) (with swords and bar) Belgium, a
Member of the King's Bodyguard for Scotland (Royal
Company of Archers), late Major 9th Vol. Batt. (High-
landers) the Royal Scots (Lothian Regt. ), served Great War
as Major Special List, with Staff of R.N. Div. during siege
of Antwerp, Belgian King's Messenger 1914-19, for 14 years
Private Sec. to the Duke of Wellington, K.G., G.C.V.O.
Born 1867, second son of the late Dr. William Eagleson
Gordon, Homehill, Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire, by his
wife Emily Maryann, only surviving daughter of the late
Archibald Dick, Esq. Armorial bearings— Paly gules and
argent, three boars' heads erased proper. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter
arm couped at the elbow, vested paly argent and gules,
brandishing in the hand a scimitar proper. Motto — "Dread
God." Married, Dec. i, 1892, Maude, twin dau. of the late
Major-Gen. Edmund Davidson-Smith, A.Q.M.G. Dublin
District, and great-granddau. of the late John Hyde of
Castle Hyde and Creg, Fermoy ; and has had Issue— (\)
William Hyde Eagleson Gordon, Gentleman, Lieut. Sth
Gordon Highlanders, b. Aug. 23, 1893; d. of wounds
received in action 1915 ; (2) Archibald George Ramsay
Gordon (a twin with his elder brother), d. Dec. 26, 1893;
(3) Edmund Robert Adam Gordon, Gentleman, late Lieut,
ist Batt. Seaforth Highlanders, b. March 25, 1896. Res.—
Jessamine, Bridge of Allan, Stirhngshire. C/a/5— Con-
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GORDON (L.O. , rematric. 1909). Azure, three boars'
heads couped or, armed argent, langued gules, within a
double trt'ssure tlory counterflory, iiuerch;ingeably with
thistles, roses, and fleurs-de-Iys witliin a bordure invected
gold. Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath



GORDON. Azure, an eagle's head erased between three
boars' heads erased or. Mantling gules, doubled argent.




of his liveries, two arms holding a bow and arrow straight
upwards in a shooting posture and at full draught,
proper. Motto — " Fortuna sequatur."

Son of Gen. Hon. Sir Alexander Hamilton-Gordon,

K.C.B., M.P., Hon. Equerry to Queen Victoria, b.

1817; d. 1890; m. 1852, Caroline Emilia Mary, V.A. ,

d. of Sir John Herschel, Bart. : —
Capt. George Herschel Gordon, late Scottish Horse I.
Yeo. , b. 1872 ; m. 1918, Mary Elizabeth, only d. of the late
Samuel John Benwell, of Coolacorara, King's Co. Res. —
Rhodesia.

JAMES GILLESPIE GORDON, Gentleman. Ar-
morial bearings — Azure, a bend wavy between three
boars' heads erased or. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a boar's head erased
or, armed and langued gules. MottO— " Maneo."
Residence — Clifton, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.

GORDON of Abergeldie (L.O., 1676). Quarterly,
I. azure, three boars' heads couped or; 2. or, three lions'
heads erased gules ; 3. or, three crescents gules, within a
double tressure flory counterflory of the second ; 4. azure,
three cinquefoils argent, the whole within a bordure quarterly
argent and gules. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest
— On a wreath of his liveries, a deerhound argent, collared
gules. Motto — "God with us."

Eld. surv. son of Lewis Gordon of Abergeldie, b. 1828 ;

d. 1903 ; m. 1862, Louisa Isabella [d. 1925), fourth d.

of William Lyall :—
Bertram Fuller Gordon, Gentleman, b. 1868 ; m. 1896,
Florence, second d. of Charles Lorking Rose, and has
issue — Evelyn. Seat — .Abergeldie, co. .Aberdeen. Res. —
Girnoch, Copers Cope Road, Beckenham, Kent.




Crest— Upon a wreath of his liveries, a boar's head.

Motto — " Forward without fear."

Only surv. son of The Hon. John Edward Gordon,
M.P. for Morayshire 1895-1906, b. 1850; d. 1915;
m. 1879, Elizabeth Anna, elder dau. of the late
J. Snowdon Henry (formerly M.P. forS.E. Lancashire)
of East Dene, Bonchurch : —
Eric George Strathearn Gordon, Esq., temp. Lieut.

H.L.I., b. 1886. Address — c/o Messrs. Askew, Ladykirk,

Norham-on-Tweed, Berwickshire.

GORDON (L.O.). Azure, a bend engrailed between
three boar's heads couped or, armed and langued argent, a
borduie engrailed gules. Mantling azure, doubled or.
Crest — On a wreath of the liveries, a savage's head affrontee
erased proper. Motto — "Dread God."

Son of Henry Gordon, Dumfries, b. 1826: —

Henry Sharp Gordon, Esq., O. BE. , J. P., co. Dumfries,
b. 1863 ; m. 1895, John Ann, d. of Hugh Gilmour ; and has
issue — (1) Hugh Walker Gordon, Gentleman, M.C. , b.
1897; (2) Robert Gordon, Gentleman,^. 1900; and one dau.
Res. — Glenae, Tinwald, Dumfriesshire. Clubs — Union,
R.A.C. , Scottish Conservative (Edinburgh), Dumfries and
Galloway County (Dumfries).

WILLIAM EAGLESON GORDON, Esquire, V.C,
C.B.E. (Mil.), Col. (ret.) ist Batt. Gordon Highlanders.
Born i866, being the eldest son of the late William Eagleson
Gordon, M.D., of Homehill, Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire,
by his wife Emily Mary Ann, only dau. of the late Archibald
Dick. Armorial bearings — Paly gules and argent, three
boars' heads erased proper. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a de.xter arm couped
at the elbow, vested paly argent and gules, brandishing in the
hand a scimitar proper. MottO — " Dread God." Married,
1910, Margaret, d. of the late James Blair of Clunie.
Residence — Langley Court, Liss, Hants. Club — Naval and
Military.

GORDON of Aikenhead, Renfrewshire (L.O., 12 April
1806). .Azure, three boars' heads erased within a bordure
engrailed or, charged with three escallops sable. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries,
a demi-savage, wreathed head and middle with laurel, hold-
ing a club over his shoulder, all proper. Motto — " Dread
God."

Eld. surv. son of John Gordon of Aikenhead {d. 1897),

by Lady Ctiristian Isabella, d. of Henry, 12th Earl

of Buchan : —

Henry Erskine Gordon, Esq., O. B.E. , J.P. and D. L. cos.

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Hon. Lt.Col. Lanarksh. Yeom. Cav. (ret.), B.A. (Camb.),
Advocate, b. 1849; m. 1895, Bertha Agnes, d. of Major
John Finlay of Castle Toward, Argyllshire, and Woodhay,
Surrey ; and has had issue— Joan Victoria Christian Erskine,
d. 1927; Nancy; Dorothy; Violet; and Barbara. Seat —
Aikenhead.Cathcart, Renfrewshire. C/m^x— New University,
New (Edinburgh), Western (Glasgow).

WILLIAM JAMES GORDON-CANNING, Esquire,
J. P. CO. Monmouth. Born June i, 1857, being the fourth
son of the late Captain P. R. Gordon, who assumed by
Royal Licence the additional name and arms of Canning,




by his wife Maria Canning, elder dau. and coheir of the
late Robert Canning, Esq., J. P. and D. L. , High Sheriff of
CO. Gloucester. Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i and 4,
argent, three negroes' heads couped proper, wreathed about
the temples of the first and sable, and for distinction a cross
crosslet in chief of the last ; 2 and 3, azure, on a chevron
ermine between three boars' heads erased or, a stag's head
erased gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crests — i. on
wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant argent, hold-
ing in the dexter paw a battleaxe proper (for Canning) ; 2.
on a wreath of the colours, a stag's head erased proper.
Motto — " Dum vigilo tutus;" over the crest, " Bydand.'
Married, 1884, Clara, elder dau. of Crawshay Bailey of
Maindiff Court, co. Monmouth ; and has Issue — Robert
Cecil Gordon-Canning, Esq., M.C., Capt. Res. of Officers,
late Lieut. loth Hussars, b. June 24, 1888 ; and Muriel
Constance \m. 1911, Charles Cain Kerr of Gloucester
Square, W.]. Clubs — Arthur's, Orleans.

GORDON-CUMMING of Altyre (L.O., 1795). Quar-
terly, I and 4, azure, three garbs or (Gumming) ; 2 and 3,
argent, three bends sable, each charged with as many roses
of the field (Penrose). Over all, on an escutcheon, the
complete achievement of Gordon of Gcrdonstown, namely,
quarterly, first and fourth grand quarters, quarterly, i. , azure,
three boars' heads couped or, armed and langued gules
(Gordon); ii. , three lions' heads erased gules (Badenoch);
iii., three crescents within a double tressure flory and
counterflory gules (Seton); iiii., azure, three fraises argent
(Eraser) ; second and third grand quarters, gules, three stars
or (Sutherland), all within a bordure of the last. Crest—
A cat saliant proper, armed azure. Motto — "Sans
crainte." Supporters — Dexter, a greyhound proper,



gorged with a collar gules, charged with three buckles cr ;
sinister, a savage proper, wreathed about the head and
middle with laurel vert, brandishing a club proper.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest— A lion rampant
or, holding in his dexter paw a dagger proper. Motto —
' ' Courage. " Supporters — Two horses argent.

Eld. son of Sir Alexander Penrose Crdon-Cumming,
3rd Bart., Lieut. -Col. of the Elginshire Vol., and at
one time Capt. 4th Light Dragoons and 71st Light
Infantry, i5. 1816; (/. 1866; tn. 1845, Anne Pitcairne,
d. of the Rev. Augustus Campbell, Rector of Liver-
pool: —
Si.- William Gordon Gordon-Cuinming, 4th Bart. (21st
May 1804), late Major and Lieut. -Col. Scots Guards, b.
1848; m. 1891, Florence Josephine (d. 1922), d. of
Commodcre Garner of New York 'Yacht Club ; and has had
issue — ( i) Alexander Penrose Gcrdon-Cumming, Esq.,
M.C. , Capt. ist Batt. Gordon Highlanders, b. 1893 [w. 1924,
Elizabeth Topham, d. of J. Topham Richardson ; and has
issue— Cecily Josephine] ; (2) Ronaleyn Geoffrey Gordon-
Cumming, Esq., Lt. -Comdr. R.N., b. 1895 ; (/i928[;«. 1923,
Mary Violet, d. of the late Capt. W. M. Martin, King's
Dragoon Gds. ; and has had issue — Alexander Ronaleyn
Gordon-Cumming, Gentleman, b. 1924] ; (3) Michael
Willoughby Gordon-Cumming, Esq., b. 1901 [m. 1923,
Rachel Jane, d. of the late Col. John Anstruther-Thomson
of Charleton, co. Fife] ; Elma [m. ist, 1912, Maurice
Anthony Crutchley Gibbs, elder son of Hon. H. L. Gibbs,
and has issue ; m. and, 1923, Lenox Pelham Napier, M.C.];
and Cecily. Seats — Altyre, Forres; and Gordonstown,
Elgin.

JOHN GORDON-CUMING-SKENE, Gentleman, b.
Feb. 4, 1886, being the eldest sin of the late Alexander
Gordon-Cuming-Skene, Esq., J. P., by his wife Ada Wilson.
Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, azure, three boars'
heads or, a bordure of the last ; 2. azure, three garbs or, a
bordure of the last (for Cuming) ; 3. gules, three skenes
argent, pommelled or, each having on the point a wolf's
head couped of the last within a bordure engrailed (for
Skene). Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of
his liveries, a dove proper. Supporters — Dexter, a warrior
holding in the dexter hand a shield, and in the sinister a
spear, all proper ; sinister, a wild boar proper. Motto —
" I hope." Seat —

GORDON-DUFF of Drummuir and Park, co. Banff
(L.O. , 27 March 1907). Quarterly, i. vert, a fesse dancett6e
ermine between a buck's head caboshed in chief and in base
two escallops accompanied by a mullet or for difference
(Duff of Drummuir, a different coat having been previously
matriculated in 1750) ; 2 and 3, azure, a dexter hand vam-
braced, grasping a sword erect in pale proper, hiked and
pommelled or, between three boars' heads couped of the third,
langued gules (Gordon of Park, orig. matric. c. 1672-7) ; 4.
vert, a buck's head caboshed between three escallops or.
Mantlings — (Dexter), vert, doubled argent ; (sinister), azure,
doubled or. Crests — i. (dexter) on a wreath of his liveries, a
man's heart gules, winged or. Motto — "Kind heart";
2. (sinister) on a wreath of his liveries, a sinister gauntlet
proper. Motto — "Sic tutus.''

Only son of Lachlan Gordon- Duff, Esq., D. L.
Banffshire, Capt. Gordon Highlanders, b. 1880 ; killed
in action 1914 ; /«. 1908, Lydia Dorothy Muriel, only
d. of Joseph Pike, D.L., of Dunsland : —
Thomas Robert Gordon-Duff, Gentleman, b. 191 1. Seats
—Drummuir Castle, Keith, N.B. ; Park House, Banff, N.B.

GORDON-LENNOX. Quarterly, first and fourth,
grand quarters, France and England quarterly ;
2, Scotland ; 3, Ireland (being the arms of Charles II.) ;
all within a bordure compony argent and gules, charged
with eight roses of the second, barbed and seeded proper,
over all an escutcheon of pretence gules, charged with
three buckles or (for the Dukedom of Aubigny) ; second
and third, grand quarters, quarterly i, azure, three
boars' heads couped or (for Gordon) ; 2, or, three lions'
heads erased gules (for Badenoch) ; 3, or, three crescents
within a double tressure flory counterflory gules (for
Seton) ; 4, azure, three cinquefoils argent (for Fraser).
Mantling gules and argent. Crests — i. On a chapeau gules,
turned up ermine, a lion statant guardant or, crowned
with a ducal coronet gules, and gorged with a collar as
the bordure in the arms ; 2. out of a ducal coronet or,
a stag's head and neck affrontee proper, attired with ten
tynes of the first. Supporters — On the dexter, an uni-



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corn argent, anned, maned and unguled or ; on the
sinister, an antelope argent, armed and hoofed or, each
supporter gorged with a collar conipony as the bordure
in the arms. Motto— " En la rose je fleuris" ; over the *
second crest, "Bydand."

Eld. son of the Most Noble Sir Charles Henry

Gordon-Lennox, K.G., G.C.V.O., C.B., 7th Duke of

Richmond and Gordon, Lord-Lieut, cos. Banff and

Elgin, J. P., D.L., C.A., Capt. (ret.) Grenadier Gds.,

Lieut. Roval Company of Archers, b. 1845 ; U. 1928 ;

m. ist, 1868, Amy Mary (d. 1879), d. of Percy

Ricardo ; 2nd, 1882, Isabel Sophie (</. i8cS7), d. of

VV. G. Craven : —

The Most Noble Charles Henry Gordon-Lennox, 8th

Duke of Richmond and Gordon, Earl of March, Baron

Settrington, co. York., in England (9 Aug. 1(175) ; Duke

of Lennox, Earl of Darnley, and Baron Torbolton, in

Scotland (9 Sept. 1675) ; Duke of Gordon and Earl of

Kinrara, U.K. (13 Jan. 1876) ; Duke D'Aubigny, France

(1683-4) ; Hereditarv Constable of Invcrnes-; Castle,

D.S.'0.,M.V.O.,Maj.(ret.) Irish Guards, 6. 1870; w. 1893,

Hilda Madeleine, C.B.E., J. P., d. of late Henry Arthur

Brassey of Preston Hall, co. Kent, and has surv. issue —

Frederick Charles Gordon-Lennox, commonly called Earl

of March, Darnley and Kinrara, Lieut. R.F.A., b. 1904;

Ladv Amy Gwendoline [fit. Capt. James Stuart Coats,

M.C] ; Lady Doris Hilda [m. Lieut. Clare Vyner R.N.].

Seats — Goodwood, Chichester, Sussex; Gordon Castle,

Fochabers, co. Banff ; Molscombe, Chichester. Town res.

— 67 Cadogan Square, S.W.i. Clubs — Bachelors', Turf.

JAMES \\TLLL\M GORDON-OSWALD, ofScotstown.
Born 1854, being the only son of James Gordon Oswald of
Scotstoun, by his first wife Thomazine (d. 1881), eldest dau.
of William Crawford of Lakelands, co. Cork. Armorial
bearings (L.O., c 1680-7, 1764, 1865 and 1878) — Quarterly,

1 and 4, azure, a savage wreathed about the head and
middle with bay leaves, having a quiver of arrows by his
side, bearing a bow in his left hand proper, and pointing
to a blazing star in the dexter chief point or, within a
bordure ermine ; 2. azure, three boars' heads couped or,
within a bordure parted per fesse argent and of the
second, charged with three cushions pendent by the corners
gules; 3. quarterly, i. and iiii., argent, a saltire engrailed
sable ; ii. argent, a saltire engrailed between four roses
gules; iii., or, a bend chequy sable and argent. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest — i. on a wreatli of his liveries,
a ship under sail proper; with the Motto, " Non mihi
commodus uni " ; 2. upon a wreath of his liveries, a dagger
erect piercing a boar's head erased proper. Motto — " Non
astiitia. " Married, 1878, Eugenie Diana, youngest dau. ol
Col. Edward Thomas Coke of Debdale, Notts. Seats —
Aigas, Invemess-shire ; Scotstown, Renfrewshire.

GORE, see ORMSBY-GORE and PERY-KNOX-
GORE.

GORE (Fun. entry, U.O. , 1629). Gules, a fesse between
three cross crosslets fitch^e or. Mantling gules and or.
Motto — " Sola salus servire Deo."

Sons of Sir St. George Ralph Gore, 9th Bart., 6. 1841 ;

d. 1887; m. 1876, Eugenia Marion, d. of Hon. Eyles

Irwin i-'aulfeild Browne, M.L.C. Queensland: —
Sir Ralph St. George Claude Gore, loth Bart. (2 Feb.
1621), Major late WestminsterDragoons, d. 1877 ; m. 1905,
Elsie Vaughan, 2nd d. of the late Henry TuUy Greig of
Buenos Ayres ; and has issue — Ralph St. George Brian Gore,
Esq., i. 1908. C/k^j— Cavalry, Turf, R.Y.S.

Irwin St. lohn Gore, Esq., Capt. 4th Batt. Gloucester-
shire Regt., i. 1880. Jfes.—

Sons of Frederick Dundas Corbet Gore, Gentleman,

of Clarevaux, Glen Innes, N.S.W. , 6. 1853; d. 1921 ;

m. 1881, Margaretta Stenhouse, d. of Donald Gunn

of Queensland :

St. George Richard Gore, Gentleman, d. 1883 ; m. 1910,

Lulu Ruth, d. of E. Amesbury, of Glen Innes, N.S.W. ;

and has issue — St. George Ralph Gore, Gentleman, d. 1914 ;

Nigel Hugh St. George Gore, Gentleman, i. 1922 ; and

2 daus. Address — Messrs. Gore and Co., Goondiwindi,
Queensland.

Frederick Dundas Corbet Gore Gentleman, (^. 1885; m.
1919, Ella, d. of Charles Sidney-Jones, of Brisbane; and
has issue — Dundas Corbet Gore, Gentleman, 6. 1921 ; and
Rosemaiy Ella Corbet. Res.—

Ralph Thomas Gore, Gentleman, b. 1888; m. 1916,
Mabel, d. of Warner Strand, and has issue — Richard Ralph



St. George Gore, Gentleman, b. 1920. Res. — Port Moresby,
Papua, New Guinea.

Son of St. George Richard Gore, Gentleman, b. 1812 ;

d. 1871 ; m. 1849, Frances, d. of Edward Caldwell : —

William Francis Gore (jentleman, b. 1857; m. 1884,