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F.A., h. 1887 [m. .1922, Mary Elizabeth, d. of H. F.
Kingston, M.D., and has issue — Raiadle Henry Kingston
Goss ; and William Raymond Goss] ; (2) Capt. Clarence
Richard Goss, Gren. Gds., h. 1889 [m. 191 6, Martha
Letiere, d. of John Eccleston Sheldon of Barnt Green,
Worcs., and has issue — Richard John Victor Goss, b.
1918] ; (3) 2nd Lieut. Hubert John Goss, M.C., The
Cheshire Regt. h. 1891 ; killed in action 1916 ; (4) 2nd
Lieut. Raymond George Frederick Goss, N. Staffs. Regt.,
6. 1892; Idlled in action 1915 ; Ethel Maud, V.A.D. ;
Dorothy Muriel, V.A.D. [w. 1922, Heru-y Percy Harpur,
M.D., Capt. R.A.M.C. 1915-19]. i?«.— The Old Villa,
Alsager, Cheshire.

Lieut. -Colonel late 91st Argyll and Sutherland High-
landers, and formerly of the 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers,
recently of Cul-an-eilean, co. Inverness; was granted the
Queen's Royal Licence to take and use the surname and
arms of Gostwyck (the name of his paternal great-grand-
father), Jan. 29, 1897, as a descendant of Sir John Gostwyck
of Willington, co. Beds., Master of the Horseto King Henry
VIII. (iizVif pedigree reg. Heralds' College). TheGostwyck
family dates back over seven hundred years, and were
Lords of Willington in the year 1209. Sir William Gost-
wyck, the last Baronet, died in 1766. Born Dec. 25, 1842,
being the eldest son and heir of William Gostwyck Gard,
Esq., J.P. , of Bickham, by Mary Anne his wife, only child of
Thomas Thurston. Armorial bearings -Argent, a bend
nebuly gules, plain cottised sable, between eight Cornish
choughs proper, on a chief azure, three mullets of six
points or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a gryphons head couped gules, on




the neck a bend cotised argent, between two wings of the
first, each charged with a mullet of six points of the second.
Livery — Claret and white. Married, Feb. 2, 1869, Clara
Amy, eld. dau. of George lames Luke Noble Esq.; and has
Issue — (i) Humphrey Harford Gostwyck Gosiwyck, Gentle-
man, b. April 17, 1872 : (2) Cecil Hubert Gostwyck Gost-
wyck, Esq., Capt. late R.A.M.C, M.B., Ch.B. (Edin.),
F.R.C.P., b. Oct. 2, 1875 (A'c.r. — Windygates, Woodbeck,
Retfordi ; and (3) Godfrey Harold Gostwyck Gostwyck,
Gentleman, b. Nlar. 22, 1879. Club —


GOTTWALTZ (H. Coll.). Vert, on a bend argent,
three mullets of six pi ints c f the field between in chief a
buck, springing proper, issuing from the base a range
of mountains of the second. Mantling vert and argent.
Crest -On a wreath of the colours, between two wings

argent, a rose, leaved, slipped, and erect proper. Motto—
" Deus bene vertat."

Son of Ernest Gcttwaltz, Gentleman, b. 1856 ; d. 1908;

m. ist, 1880, Ellen Sarah Harriet, d. of Thomas Smee ;

2nd, 1894, Mary Catherine Eliza, only child of

Frederick Torquato Portal-Turner (formerly Frederick

Torquato Turner) of Capo di Mante, Naples : —
Francis Porten Gottwaltz, Gentleman, b. 1895. Res. —

Sons of George Francis Gottwaltz, Gentleman, b. i860;

d. 1926 ; m. 1882, Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Lloyd-Jones

of Drayton, Queensland: —
Henry Blencowe Gottwaltz, Gentleman, b. 1898. Res. —
Wallila, Gin Gin, Queensland.

Noel Gape Gottwaltz, Gentleman, b. 1901.

Son of John Francis Gottwaltz of Eastbourne, b. 1829 ;

d. 1894; m. 1852, Florence, d. of George Gape of St.

Michael's Mantr, St. Albans: —
Rev. Henry Blencowe Gottwaltz, XL A. (Camb. ), Rectrr of
Thurning, b. 1869 ; m. 1906, Mabel Cecilia, d. of the late
Richard Rouse Terry ; and has issue — Mabel Cecilia.
Res. — The Rectory, Thurning, Northants.

GOUGH (U.O. , 1816). Azure on a fesse argent,
between th'ee boars' heads couped or, a lion passant gules.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a bear's head and neck couped or. Motto —
" Faugh a ballagh."

Son of Sir Charles John Stanley Gough, G.C.B. , V.C.,
General formerly comdg. Division in the Army, b. 1832 ;

d. 1912 ; m. 1869, Harriette Anastacia, d. of John
Power of Gurteen le Poer : —
Gen. Sir Hubert de la Poer Gough, G.C.M.G., K.C.B.,
K.C.V.O. , comdd. ist Army Corps and the sth Army
in Great War, and Cavalry Brigade, Irish Command, 1911-
14, is Grand Officer Legion of Honour, White Eagle (cross
swords) (Russia), Grand Officier, Oid. of Leopold and Croix
de Guerre (Belgium), Croix de Guerre (France), b. 1870; tn.
1898, Lucy Nora, d. of Major-Gen. H. C. Lewes; and has
issue — Myrtle El^anore ; Audrey Annie ; Joyce; and Denise
Marguerite. Club — Travellers'.

Sons of Lt.-Col. Charles Hugh Henry Gough, Esq,,
Major Indian Army, iJ. 1866; d. 1913; m. 1895, Mary
Elsie, d. of Major-Gen. Lewes, R.A. : —
William George Gough, Capt., M.C. , Indian Army, b.
Charles Frederick Howard Gough, late Lieut. R.N., b.
. Res.—
Son of Frederick Macnab Gough, Esq., b. 1867; d.

1899; m. 1897, Elizabeth, d. of Payne: —

William Fiederick Rippen Gough, Gentleman, b. 1898;
m. . Address — c/o Lady Bellingham, Castle Belling-

ham, CO. Louth.

Yr. son of Sir Hugh Henry Gough, V.C. , G.C.B. , Keeper
of the Crown Jewels in the Tower of Londi n, General
formerly in command of ist class district in India 1887-
92, b. 1833; d. 1909; m. 1863, Annie Margaret, d. of
Edward Eustace and Lady Georgiana Hill : —
Hugh Augustus Keppel Gough, Esq., CLE., Lt.-Col.
(ret.) Indian Army, Consul at Kermanshah 1912-23, served
in Chitral Campaign, b. 1871 ; m. 1901, Helen Isabel, d.
of Augustus Gore ; and has issue— Elinor Marjorie ; and
Editha Brinda. Res. — Glenthorne, Goring-on-Thames.
Son of Percy Bloomfield Gough, Mil. Sec. to H.H. the
Nizam (ygst. son of George Gough of Rathronan),
b. 1836 ; d. 1903 ; m. : —

Hugh Gough, Gentleman, b. . Res. — St. Marie, St.

Enogat, Dinard, France.

Only son of Hugh Sutlej Gough, Esq., C.B., C.M.G.,

Major-Gen. in the Army, Lt.-Gov. of Jersey, formerly

comdg. i8th Hussars, Hon. Col. Roy. Jersey Militia,

Col. 20th Hussars, J. P. and D.L. co. Carnarvon, b.

1848; d. 1921 ; m. 1886, Beatrice Sophia, d. of Richard

Hemmmg of Bentley Manor, co. Worcester : —

Wilfrid Hugh Julian Gough, Esq., Capt. (ret.) Welch

Gds. , late Lieut. Royal Dragoons, b. 1888; m. 1914, Sylvia

Phyllis, d. of George Cawston of Cawston Manor, Norfolk,

and g.-dau. of Hugh Davies-Griffith, Esq., of Caer Rhun,

Conway, and has issue — Wilfrid Hugh Bloomfield Gough,

Gentleman, b. 1914 ; George Wyndham Gough, Gentleman,

b. 1916. Res. — Caer Rhun, Conway.

Yr. son of Gen. Sir John Bloomfield Gough, G.C.B.,
b. 1804 ; d. 1891 ; by 2nd wife, m. 1846, Margaret, d.
of Major-Gen. Sir John MacCaskill, K.C.B. : —
AlanPercyGeorgeGough, Esq.,C.M.G , C.B.E., D.S.O.,
J. P. and D.L. co. Carnarvon, Lt.-Col. (ret.) Royal Welsh
Fusiliers, late Lt.-Col. Denbighshire Imp. Yeo., b. 1863;
m. 1895, Mary Georgiana Lloyd, d. of F. W. L. Edwards
ofNanhom. /?«.— Gelliwig, Pvsllheli. Club — R.A.C.
Son of Ven. Benjamin Bloomfield Gough, M.A. , Arch-
deacon of Derry, b. 1814; d. 1S93 ; m. 1838, Letitia,
d. of Benjamin Frend of Boskill, co. Limerick : —
Hugh Henry Havelock Gough, Gentleman, b. 1858; m.

1891, Ada, d. of De Voeux ; and has issue— Hugh

Bloomfield Gough, Gentleman, b. 1896; and Alice Letitia.
Res. — Irene, Rockanville, Sass. , Canada.

GOUGH (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4 (of honourable
augmentation, R.L. , 2 Feb. 1843), gules, on amount vert a
lion passant guardant or, supporting with its dexter paw
the union flag proper, and over the same in chief the words
"China, India," in letters of gold ; 2 and 3, azure, on a
fesse argent, between three boars' heads couped or, a lion
passant gules (being his family arms, granted, U.O. , 1816),
and as an honourable augmentation (R.L., 13 March
1816), in the centre chief point, pendent from a riband
argent, fimbriated azure, a representation of the badge of
the Spanish Order of Charles III. proper, and on a chief
a representation of the east wall of the fortress of Tarifa,
with a breach between two turrets, and on the dexter
turret the British flag flying also proper. Mantling
azure and argent. Crests — i. in the centre, on a wreath of
the colours, a boar's head couped at the neck or ; 2. on
the dexter side, on a mural crown argent, a lion passant
guardant or, holding in the dexter paw two flag-staves in
bend sinister proper, the one bearing the union flag of
Great Britain and Ireland surmounting the other, the staff




thereof broken , with a triangular banner flowing therefrom
being intended to represent a Chinese flag, having thereon
the device of a dragon, in an escroll above the woid
"China"; (3) on the sinister side, on a wreath of the
colours, a dexter arm embowed in the unifcrm of the
87th Regiment, being gules faced vert, the hand grasping
the colour of the said regiment displayed, and a representa-
tion of a French eagle reversed and dep.essed, the staft
broken proper; in an escroll above the word " Barrosa."
Mottoes — (over centre crest) "Faugh a Ballagh ; (under
arms) " Goojerat."

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Hugh Gcugh, 3rd Viscount Gough,

K.C.V.O., M.A. (Oxon.), H.B.M.'s Resident Minister

at Dresden and Coburg, formerly Secretary to H.B.M.'s

Embassy at Berlin, and p.'-eviously at Washington and

Stockholm, b. 1849 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1889, Lady Georgiana

Pakenham, d. of 4th Earl of Longford, G.C.B. ; —

Rt. Hon. Sir Hugh William Gough 4th Viscount Gough,

(U.K., 15 June 1849), Baron Gough (U.K., 25 Ap. 1846)

and a Baronet (U.K., 23 Dec. 1842) [Supporters— On

the dexter side, a lion regardant or, gorged with an Eastern

crown gules, with chain reflexed over the back, gold, the

rim of the crown inscribed "Punjab" in letteis also gold ;

on the sinister side, a dragon (intended to represent the

device upon a Chinese flag, granted to Viscount Gough,

in the crest of honourable augmentation), or, gorged with a

mural crown sable, inscribed with the word "China," and

chained gold], M.C., B.A. (Oxon.), J.P. and D.L. co.

Galway, Major Irish Gds. , served Great War (despatches),

b. 1892. Seat — Lough Cutra, Gort, co. Galway. Town

res.— $6 Eaton Place, S.W. Ciubs — Guards', White's,

Kildare Street.

Sons of Col. the Hon. George Hugh Gough, C. B. ,
t. 18.S2 ; d. 1900; m. 1884, Hilda Eva, d. of Geoige
Moffatt of Goodrich Court, M.P. : —
Guy Vincent Hugh Gough, Esq., Capt» Res. cf Officers
K. R. Rifle Corps, b. 1887. Res.—

George Patrick Gough, Gentleman, Lieut. 3rd Res. Irish
Guards, b. 1889. Res.—

GOUGH-CALTHORPE. Quarterly, i and 4, chequy
or and azure, a fesse ermine (for Calthorpe) ; 2 and 3,
gules, on a fesse argent between three boars' heads
couped or, a lion passant azure (for Gough). Mantling
azure and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, a
boar's head couped below the neck aziu^e (for Calthorpe) ;
2. on a wreath of the colours, a boar's head couped
close argent, pierced through the cheek with a broken
spear gules (for Gough). Motto — " Gradu diverse via

Sons of Rt. Hon. Sir Somerset John Gough-

Calthorpe, 7th Baron Calthorpe, K.C.B., b. 1831 ; d.

1912 ; m. 1862, Eliza Maria (d. 1919), d. of Capt.

Frederick Chamier, R.N., and widow of Capt.

Frederick Crewe : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Somerset Frederick Gough-Calthorpe,
8th Baron Calthorpe (15 June, 1796), and 9th Bart.
(26 April, 1728) [Supporters — On either side a wild man
his hair and beard sable, wreathed about the head and
waist with oak vert, fructed or, the exterior hand
holding a club erect of the last], b. 1862 ; m. 1891,
Mary, d. of Ogden Hoffman Burrows, of Newport, Rhode
Island, U.S.A. ; and has issue — Hon. Frederick Somerset
Gough-Calthorpe, Lieut, (ret.) R.A.F., b. 1892 [m. 1922,
Dorothy, d. of Leveson William Vernon-Harcourt ; and
has issue — Ronald Arthur Somerset Gough-Calthorpe,
Esq., b. 1924; Peter Waldo Somerset Gough-Calthorpe,
Esq., ^. 1927. Res. — Kingswick, Sunninghill, Berks.

Admiral of the Fleet the Hon. Sir Somerset Arthur
Gough-Calthorpe, G.C.B. , G.C.M.G., C.V.O., b. 1864 ;
m. 1900, Efiie, d. of Hon. Robert Dunsmuir, of Craig-
darroch, Victoria, B.C. Res. — Woodlands Vale, Ryde,
Isle of Wight.


GOULD (H. Cell.). Per saltire azure and or, a lion
rampant counterchanged. Mantling azure and or. Crest
— On a wreath cf the colours, an arm embowed, vested vert,
holding in the hand a flagstaff proper, therefrom flowing
a banner or, charged with three barrulets wavy azure, on a
canton argent, a cross gules.

Son of Capt. Hubert Gould, b. 1783 ; d. 1834 ; m.
18x5, Eliza Abigail, d. of Thomas Stillman of Trow-
bridge ; —
Hubert Churchill Gould, Esq., J.P. cos. Glamorgan and

Monmouth, late Capt. Dorset Mil., b. 1831 ; m. 1st, 1856,
Emma Janeita, d. and coh. of Evan Wilkins of Laniwit
Major; 2nd, Isabel Frances, d. of Rev. Rcper Trevcr
Tyler, M.A., Rector of Llantrithyd, Glamorganshire.

Sons of Rev. Robert Freke Gould, Rector of Stoke
Pero, Somerset, b. ; d, ; m. Sarah Julia Susan,

d. of Edmund Armstrong : —
Robert Freke Gould, late Lieut. 31st Regt. , b. Res. —
John Gculd, Gentleman, b. . Res.

Sons of Rev. George James Gould, b. 1805; d. 1853;
m. 1833, Anne Harris White : —
Edward James Gould, Gentleman, b. 1835. Res.

Kt. Bach., V.D., J.P. for the Colony of New South Wales,
President of the Senate of the Commonwealth 1907-10,
one of the Senators of N.S.W. 1901-17, Chancellor of the
Diocese of Sydney and also of Newcastle, N.S. W., f. rmany
years a Member of the Legislative Assembly and sub-
sequently of the Legislative Council of N.S.W. , Minister
of Justice in the State of N.S.W. 1889-91 and 1894-1908,
retired Lieut. -Col. of the N.S.W. Military Forces,
authorised to retain the title of Honourable (1899),
created Knight Bachelor (1908). Born 1847. Armorial
bearings — Ermine, on a pale per saltire gules and
or, between two saltires in fesse of the second, a
lion rampant gorged with a collar gemel counterchanged.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest - On a wreath of the
colours, a demi-lion ermine, grasping with the dexter paw a
saltire argent, and resting the sinister on a bezant. Motto
— " Honor virtutis prsemium." Married, 1872, Jeannette
Jessie, seventh d. of Ernest Leslie Maitland ; and has Issue
— (i) Albert Clarence Morton Gould, Esq., b. 1878; (2)
Hubert John Gould, Esq., b. 1879 [m. 1911, Doroihy, d. of
the late A. J. Gore] ; Mabel Violet ; Hilda Ethel ; and
Gladys Jeannette Mary. ^ea/— Eynesbury, Edgecliffe,
Sydney, New South Wales. C/«^— Australian (Sydney).

of Upwey, CO. Dorset, Capt, Roy. Engineers (ret.). Born
1845, being eld. son of Hamilton Llewellyn Gould, Esq.,
of Upwey, by his wife Henrietta Amelia, third d. of Signor
John Donadelli, of the city of Lodi. Armorial bearings
(R.L. , 20 Apl. 1871, H. Coll.) — Quarterly, i and 4, per
saltire azure and or, a lion rampant counterchanged (for
Gould) ; 2 and 3, argent, a greyhound courant ermines be-
tween three eagles' heads erased sable (for Jackson, H. Coll. ,
1688). Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his
degree, with a Mantling azure and or ; and for his Crests —
I. upon a wreath of the colours, an arm embowed vested vert,
holding in the hand a flagstaff proper, therefrom flowing a
banner or, charged with three barrulets wavy azure, on a
canton argent, a cross gules (for Gould) ; 2. on a wreath of
the colours, a demi-horse argent, gutt^e-de-sang, manedand
hoofed sable (for Jackson). Motto — " Aperto vivere voto."
Married, 1880, Ellen Louisa, second d. of Standish Darby
O'Grady of Aghamarta, co. Cork ; and has Issue — (i) George
Ingelheim Gould, Esq., D.S.O., Major 2nd Lancers I. A.,
b. 1882 [m. 1916, Florence Bridgeman-Smith, of New-
York] ; (2) Standish Charles Gould, Esq., Major 89th
Punjabis, b. 1885; (3) Hubert Louis Gould, Gentleman, b.
1885 ; and Helena Frances Irma [in. 1913, Col. J. F. Allan,
Indian Army]. Club—\Jmon.

JOSEPH GOULD, Gentleman. Born , being the

son of the late George Gould of Christchurch, New
Zealand. Armorial bearings — Per saltire argent and
azure, on a pale of the last, between two saltires couped,
a lion rampant of the first. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a
demi-lion argent, holding in the dexter paw a hurt, and
resting the sinister on a saltire azure. Motto — " Honore
et labore." Residence— HBXtihledon, Christchurch, New

GOULDING (U.O.). Per bend or and argent, a griffin
segreant within an orle of martlets sable. Mantling sable
and or. Crest — A dexter hand apaum^e couped at the wrist,
encircled by a chaplet of oak-leaves bendwise and transfixed
by an arrow bend sinisterwise all proper. Motto — ' ' Virtute
et valore.'' Live7y — Dark green.

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir William Joshua Goulding, 1st
Baronet, P.C., J.P. co. Dublin and Kildare, and D.L.
CO. of city of Cork, b. 1856; d. 1925 ; m. 1881, Ada,
only d. of Lingard Stokes of Pauntley Court, Worcs. : —




Sir William Lingard Amphletl Goulding, 2nd Bart.
(U.K., 22 Aug. 1904), Capt. late 4th Batt. Roy. Irish Fus.,
Dir. of the Bank of Ireland,^. 1883 ; ;//. 1908, Nesta Violet,
d. of Hon. Mr. Justice George Wright, of the High Court
of Judicature, Ireland; and has issue — William Basil
Goulding, Esq., t. 1909; and Ossian Goulding, Esq.,i^.
1913. Estates — Ballyrosheen and Summerhill House, both
CO. Cork. Seat — Nlillicent, Sallin, co. Kildare. Res. —
Hillbrook, Castlenock, co. Dublin.

GOULDING (H. Coll,). Argent, a griffin segreant
within an orle of martlets sable. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a de.xter hand
apaumee and couped at the wrist, encircled with a chaplet
of oak fructed bendwise, and transli.xed with an arrow
ben iwise sinisterwise all proper. Supporters— On either
side a swan proper, charged with a cross flory or. Badge
— Two slips of sedge in saltire, flowered proper, enfiled with
a Baron's coronet or. Motto — " Virtute et valore. "

2nd son of late William Goulding, Esq., D.L., of

Summerhill House, M.P. for Cork, b. 1817; d. 1884;

m. 2nd, 1855, Maria Heath, d. of Edward Manders of

Dublin :—
Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Alfred Goulding, P.C, ist Barrn
Wargrave of Wargrave Hall, Berks. (22 Nov. 1922),
Baronet {25 June 1915), J. P. London, Berks, and Oxon.,
D.L. Cork, Barr.-at-Law, M.P. for Devizes Div. of Wilts.
1895-1906, and for Worcester 1908-22, b. 1863. Seat~
Shiplake Court, Henley-on-Thames. Clubs — Carlton,
Constitutional, Garrick.

GOULTER of Blenheim, New Zealand. Gules, a cross
moline, and in chief three crescents argent. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, five
annulets fessewise, interlaced or, thereon a crescent argent.
Motto — " Dedit remula virtus."

Sons of late Cyrus Goulter of Blenheim, New Zea-
land : —
? Sons.

GOURLAY (L.O. ). Sable, an eagle displayed argent,
beaked and membered gules, within an orle of bezants, a

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bordure of the second. Mantling sable, doubled argent.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a demi-eagle displayed

sable, charged on the breast with a bezant. Motto —

" Nobilitas sola atque unica virtus."

Eki. son of Robert Gourlay, Esq., J. P. for co. of City
of Glasgow, LL.D., Manager of the Bank of Scotland
in Glasgow, Dean of Guild of Glasgow 1900-2, b. 1840 ;
d. 1916; by ist wife, m. 1868, Mary Brown Hastings
(d. 1877), d. of James Moffat, residing at Gateside,
Sanquhar : — •
James Gourlay, Esq., B.Sc. , J. P. for co. of City of

Glasgow, Lt.-Col. (ret.) T.A., b. 1869 ; m. 1896, Ella, d. of

Adam Moffatt, of Augusta, Georgia, U.S.A. ; and has

issue — Mary Eleanor ; Francis Aileen Moffat ; and Jean.

Res. — Brankstone. Stonehouse, Lanarkshire. Club' —

Western (Glasgow).




GRACE (U.O. ). Gules, a lion rampant per fesse argent
and or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a demi-lion rampant argent. Mottoes —
" En grace affie " — "Concordant nomine facta."

Son of Sir Percy Raymond Grace, 4th Bart., b. 1831 ;
d. 1903; m. 1874, Margaret, d. of Valentine O'Brien
O'Connor of Rockfield, co. Dublin, Esq., D.L. : —
Sir Valentine Raymond Grace of Grace Castle, co.
Kilkenny, 5th Bart. (Irel., 11 Ap. 1795), D.L. Queen's co.,
J. P. CO. Dublin, late Capt. 4th Batt. Leinster Regt., b.
1877 ; '"• 1900, Mildred Mary Eustace, d. of Major John
Eustace Jameson, M.P. ; and has issue — (i) Raymond
Eustace Grace, Esq., b. 1903 ; Eileen Mary Violet ; Kath-
leen Frances Marguerite ; Pansy Rita Henrietta ; and Mary
Lilian. 5^a/^Boley, Monkstown, co. Dublin. Clubs —
St. George's Yacht, Union.

GRADWELL (U.O.). Or, two fo.xes courant, in pale
proper, in the centre chief point a rose gules. Mantling
gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a stag
trippant proper, collared and chained or, charged on the
shoulder with a rose gules. Motto — "Nil desperandum."
Sons of John Joseph Gradwell, Esq., J. P., of Flatten
Hall, b. 1822; (/. 1873; "'■ 1851, Ellen Mary, d. of
Peter Nugent Fitzgerald of Soho, co. Westmeath : —
George Fitzgerald Gradwell, Esq., J. P. [q.v.)
John Stephen Gradwell, Gentleman, b. 1862. Res. —
Gerald Peter Gradwell, Gentleman, b. 1866 ; in. 1904,
Ada, only d. of late Joseph Alexander of Enniskillen ; and
has issue — Four daus. Res. —

J. P. for CO. Meath. Born April 15, 1852, being the
eldest son of the late John Gradwell, Esq., J. P., of Flatten
Hall, Drogheda (who d. July 1873), by his wife Ellen Mary,
d. of Peter Nugent Fitzgerald, Esq., Soho House, Mully-
farnham, co. Westmeath. Armorial bearings Or, two
foxes courant in pale proper, in the centre chief point
a rose gules. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of ihe colours, a stag trippant proper, collared and
chained or, charged on the shoulder with a rose gules.
Motto — "Nil desperandum." Livery — Claret colour,
silver buttons. Married, Nov. 25, 1896, Sarah, eldest
surviving dau. of Francis W. Leland, Little Grange,
Drogheda, J. P. co. Louth ; and has had Issue — (i) George
Francis Gradwell, Gentleman, b. Nov. 29, 1898 ; killed in
action 1917; (2) John Augustine Gradwell, Gentleman,
b. June 2, 1900; d. 1916 ; (3) Francis William Edward
Gradwell, Gentleman, 1^. June 21, 1902. Res. — Paradice
Place, Drogheda, co. Meath, Ireland.

WELL, Esq., of Dowth Hall, co. Meath, and Carlanstown,
CO. Westmeath, J. P., late Capt. and Hon. Major 5th Batt.
Leinster Regt. (Royal Meath Militia); High Sheriff co.
Meath 1892. Born July 2, 1858, being the only son of the
late Richard Gradwell, Esq., of Dowth Hall, co. Meath,
and Carlanstown, co. Westmeath, J. P., by his wife Maria
Theresa, elder dau. of James MacEvoy, Esq., of Tober-
tynan, co. Meath [by Theresa his wife, youngest dau. and
coheir of Sir Joshua Colles Meredyth, Bart.]. Armorial
bearings — Or, two foxes courant, in pale proper, in the
centre chief point a rose gules ; and impaling the arms of
Plunkett, namely sable, a bend, and in a sinister chief a
tower argent. Mantling gules and or ; and for his Crest,




upon a wreath of the colours, a stag trippant proper, collared
and chained or, charged with a rose gules. Motto — "Nil
desperandum." Married, April 21, 1884, Lady Henrietta
Maria, younger dau. of the Rt. Hon. Arthur James
Plunkett, loth Earl of Fingall. Seat — Dowth Hall, Slane,
CO. Meath. Club-'^.K.C.


GR^ME. (L.O. , 1672-7) — Or, a dyke fessewise, broken
down in some places, and in base a rose gules, on a chief
sable, three escallops of the first. Upon the escutcheon is
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of his liveries, a
hand holding a laurel wreath proper. MottO (in an escroll
above) — "A Deo Victoria." Livery — Black and yellow.

Second and only surv. son of Lt.-Col. L. A. M. Graeme,

J. P., of Fonthill, Shaldon, Teignmouth, Devon, b.

1834; d. 1917; m. i^Ti., Katherine, d. of David Glas

Sandeman, Glasgow: —
Capt. David Henry Graeme, b. 1874; m. 1921, Agnes
Dorothy, d. of Rev. R. D. Cooke, Vicar of Ipplepen,
S. Devon, and has issue— Sheila Mary Ohphant. Res. —
Fluder House, Kingskerswell, S. Devon.

GR^ME. (L.O. , 1673) — Or, three piles gules, issuing
from a chief sable, charged with as many escallops of the

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