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in 1896 the additional surname and arms of Graham.
Armorial bearings (H. Coll., Dec 8, 1896)— Quarterly,



the whole within a bordure engrailed, both of the last.
Mantling sable, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his
liveries, an eagle displayed, in the dexter talon a sword
erect proper. Motto — " For right and reason."

Only son of the late John Grahame, Capt. 6th Regt. of

Foot, b. 1832 ; d. 1897 ; m. 1863, Agnes, d. of Daniel

Campbell of Fulwood Park, Liverpool: —

George Campbell Grahame, Esq., Lt.-Col. Argyll and

Sutherland Highlanders, served in S. Africa 1900-1, and

Great War, b. 1870: in. 1902, Gladys Emily, d. of John

Fletcher of Saltoun ; and has had issue — Walter Malcolm

Fletcher Grahame, Gentleman, b. 191 1 ; d. 1921 ; Evelyn

Margaret Campbell ; Violet Euphemia ; and Marian Sheila.

Res. — Ingleholm, North Berwick. Clubs — Boodle's,

Orleans.

GRAHAME (L.O.). Argent, a Moor's head couped
proper, banded gules, between three hand gi enadss inflamed
also proper, on a chief sable three escallops or. Mantling
sable, doubled argent. Crest — A falcon's head erased
proper, holding in its beak a bezant. Motto — " Dinna
forget."

Son of :

Kenneth Mar Grahame, Esq., late D.C. L.I. and R.A.F.,
b. . Res.—



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GRANARD, Earl of, see FORBES.

GRANGE of Grimsby (H. Coll., 19 -Vlav iqm)- Per
pale gules and azure, a pomegranate slipped and leaved




within a bordure engrailed all or. Mantling gules and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a lion's
gamb erect and erased gules, grasping a pomegranate
as in the arms in bend sinister a fleur-de-lys seeded
gold. Motto — " Noli me tangere.''

Eldest surv. son of William Grange, Gentleman,

Town Clerk of Grimsby, b. 1821 ; d. 1913 ; ni. 1848,

Grace Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Leigh, Alderman of

Grimsby : —

Ernest Leigh Grange, Esq., T.D., M.A. and LL.D.

Cambs., F.S..\., late Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. Commanding

ist N. Midland Brigade R.F.A. (T.F.), b. i860. Res.—

The \\'illo\vs, Grimsby, Lines. Club — Junior Army and

Navy.

The L.\te Sir THOMAS COLPITTS GRAN-
GER, Knt. Bach. (1921), Barrister Inner Temple 1874,
J. P. Cornwall, and Joint Chairman of Quarter Sessions,
Judge of County Courts of Cornwall and Devon (Circuit
No. 59) from 1891 until 1912, when transferred to the
Southuark, Greenwich, and W'tolwich Circuit. Born
1852, being the third son of the late Thomas Crlpitts
Granger, Esq., Q.C. , M. P. Armorial bearings — Azure,
on a fesse argent, between three pomegranates proper,
slipped and leaved or, two portcullises gules, chained
gold. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, an arm embowed, vested azure, and
cuffed argent, the elbow to the sinister, the hand
grasping a portcullis gules by the chains or. Married,
ist, 1886, Lilian (</. 1910), d. of James Payn, the novelist ;
2nd, 1919, Ellen, widow of Geoffrey Walker, and died 1927,
Res. — Northbrook Park, Countess Wear, Devon.

GRANT of Forres (L.O.). Gules, an open book proper,
leaved or, between three antique crowns gold, a chief
chequy of the last and first. Mantling giiles, doubled or.
Crest — A demi-Highlander holding in his dexter hand a
sword, and in his sinister a target all proper. Motto —
" Stand sure."

Flld. son of Peter Grant of Forres, h. 1838 ; d. 1882;

m. 1864, Elizabeth, d. of James Norries : —
Sir Alexander Grant, ist Bart., of Forres, co. Moray
(25 June 1924), 6. 1864 ; m. 1887, Elizabeth, d. of Alexan-
der Norris ; and has issue — Robert McVitie Grant, Esq.,
b. 1894 {Res. — Moray House, Redington Gardens, Hamp-
stead) ; Elizabeth [w. 1921, Herbert Laing, of Edin-
burgh] ; Margaret Norris {m. 1922, Hector Laing
of Edinburgh, and has issue]. Seats — Logic, nr. Forres,
CO. Moray ; Glenmoriston, Hermitage Drive, Edinburgh ;
Moray House, Redington Gardens, Hampstead, N.W.
Clubs — Royal Societies, Constitutional.

Colonel A. C. GRANT. Born Feb. 28, 1833, being the
eldest son of the late F. M. Sir Patrick Grant. G.C.B.,
G.C.M.G., by his wife Jane Ann, dau. of William Fraser-



Tytler of .Mdourie, Inverness-shire, and Sanquhar, Moray-
shire. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1861)— Gules, three
antique crowns or, a boidure of the second, charged with
three wreaths of laurel vert. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a burning
mountain proper. Motto — "Stand fast." Clubs — United
Service and Junior United Service.



FRANCIS JAMES GRANT, Esquire, Rothesay Herald
of Arms and Lyon Clerk and Keeper of the Records in the
Court of the Lord Lyon since 1898, Writer to His Majesty's
Signet, formerly (1886-98) Carrick Pursuivant of Arms.
Born August 4, 1863, being the second son of the late John
Grant, Esq., Marchmont Herald, and his wife Lucy Eliza-
beth, eldest dan. of Anthony Clapham of Newcastle-on-
Tyne. Armorial bearings (rematric. 1901, cadet of Grant




of Corrimony, matric. 1672)— Gules, three antique crowns
or, within a bordure of the second and first, charged with
three crescents azure. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest
— On a wreath of his liveries, a demi-savage proper ; and on
an escroll above this. Motto, " 111 stand sure." Married,
April 27, 1899, Anne Irvine Cruickshank [d. 1918), eldest
dau. of David Charles Edmondston, Esq. , J. P. co. of Shet-
land, of Buness, Shetland ; and has Issue — Elizabeth
Margaret ; and May Bayne. Postal addresses —'Lyon Office,
Edinburgh : 18 George Square, Edinburgh.



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JOHN PATRICK NISBET HAMILTON GRANT,
Esquire, D.S.O. , of Belhaven and Dirleton, East
Lothian, J. P., D.L., Lt.-Col. (ret.) Seaforlh Highlanders.
Born July i8, 1872, being the only surviving son of Charles
Thomas Constantine Grant of Kilgraston, Esq., J. P. and
D.L. CO. Perth, by his w^ife Janet Matilda, fifth dau. of
William Hay, Esq., of Duns Castle, co. Berwick. Armorial
bearings — Gules, a chevron engrailed ermine, between
three antique crowns or. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a Roman fasces erect
proper. MottO — "Leges juraque serva." Seat — Biel,
Prestonkirk, East Lothian. Club — New (Edinburgh).

GRANT of Rothiemurchus (matric. , L.O. 1755)*
Quarterly, i and 4, gules, three antique crowns or (Grant,
1597) ; 2. or, a fesse chequy azure and argent, between
three wolves' heads couped sable ; 3. azure, a dexter hand
vambraced, grasping a sword erected in pale argent, hilted
or, between three boars' heads couped of the third, langued
gules, all within a bordure wavy or. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wrrath of the liveries, a de.\ter
hand and arm holding a broadsword proper. Mottoes —
" Pro patria" and "In God is all my trust." Livery —
Green, red facings and waistcoat.

Eld. son. of John Peter Grant of Rothiemurchus, Esq.,
Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple), and Advocate (Scot-
tish Bar), D.L., J. P., late Major ist Vol. Batt. Q.O.
Cameron Highlanders, b. i860; d. 1927; by ist wife
m. 1882, Edith Mary Brewster, youngest dau. of Lieut. -
Col. David Edward Macpherson of Belleville, Inver-
ness-shire : —
John Peter Grant, Esq., M.C. , T.D. of Rothiemurchus,
M.A. (Oxon.), J. P. Inverness, LL. B. , Advocate, Sheriff
Substitute of Inverness, Elgin and Navin at Inverness,
Major Lovat's Scouts, b. June 24, 1885; m. 1913, Gertrude
Margaret, d. of Rev. W. H. A. Truell, of Clonmannan, co.
Wicklow ; and has issue — (i) John Peter Grant, Gentleman,
b. 1915 ; (2) Angus Ivor Grant, Gentleman, b. 1920; Sheila
Morag; and Elizabeth Anna. Estate and Res. — Rothie-
murchus, Aviemore, N.B. Clubs — New (Edinburgh),
Highland (Inverness).

GRANT (L.O. , 9 April 1903). Gules, on a fesse engrailed
between three antique crowns or, a lion passant guardant of
the first, imperially crowned proper, between two cinque-
foils of the field. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest —
On a wreath of his liveries, a burning mountain proper.
Motto — "Stand fast." Livery — Green.

Son of Lieut. -Gen. Sir Robert Grant, G.C.B., R.E.
(s. of Sir Robert Grant, G.C.H.), b. 1837; d. 1904; m.
1875, Victoria Alexandrina, d. of John Cotes of Wood-
cote, Salop, and widow of T. Owen of Condover
Hall :—
Colonel Charles John Cecil Grant, D.S.O. , served
S. African and Great War, Brig.-Gen. comdg. ist Inf.
Bde. 1917-18, Brig.-Gen. General Staff 1916-19, Comdr.
Legion of Honour (France), and of Crown of Belgium,
Croix de Guerre (Belgium), b. 1877; ''"■• 1903. Lady Sybil
Myra Caroline Primrose, eld. d. of Archibald, sth Earl of
Rosebery, K.G. , K.T. , &c. ; and has issue — Charles Robert
Archibald Grant, Esq., b. 1903. Res. — Pitchford Hall,
Shrewsbury; Primrose House, Roehampton, S.W. Clubs
— Guards', Turf, Brooks's, Shropshire County.

GRANT (L.O. ). Gules, three antique crowns or,
within a bordure erminois, on a canton gold, a demi-lion
rampant issuing from a barrulet of the first in base.
Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest- — On a wreath of his
liveries, an open book proper, leaved or. Motto — " Suum
cuique."

Sons of Major Francis William Seafield Grant, late
Oxfordshire Lt. Inf., h. 1842; d. 1912 ; m 1876,
Anne, d. of the late Michael Steel of Begbroke,
Oxon. : —
Major Archibald Seafield Grant, D.S.O., Res. of
Officers late The Black Watch, served S. Africa 1899-
1902 (despatches, D.S.O.), and Great War 1914-15 (des-
patches), b. 1878 ; m. 1st, 1908, Florence Lilian, d. of
James Bull, cf Hove ; 2nd, 1921, Aileen, d. of Rev. E.
Swainson. Res. — Firlands Court, Burgess Hill, Sussex.

Duncan Walter Grant, Esq., C.B.E. (civ.) 1919, Com.
R N. (ret.) [Arms — Matric. L.O., gules, three antique
crowns or, a bordure engrailed erminois, on a canton or, a
demi-lion rampant issuing from a barrulet gules in base.
Mantling, Crest, and Motto as above], b. 1882 ; m. 1923,
Beatrice, only d. of Charles Moggridge, Esq., of Burgess



Hill, Sussex, a d has issue — Francis William Scofield
Grant, Gentlema b. 1924 ; Trevor John Duncan Grant,




Gentleman, b. 1925. Seat — Charlwood House, Charlwood,
Surrey. Club — Jun. United Service.

Grant (matric, L.O.). Gules, a fleur-de-lys between
three antique crowns or, a bordure erminois, on a canton of
the second a demi-lion rampant issuing from a barrulet of
the first. Mantling, Crest, and Motto as above.

Sixth and youngest sons of John Glasgow Grant, Esq.,
C.M.G., of Holborn House, Barbados, West Indies,
h. 1805 ; d. 1893 ; m. 1842, Mary Elizabeth, d. of
John Walter, of Farr's Estate. Barbados ; —
Admiral Alfred Ernest .'Mbert Grant, J. P. co. Kent,
D.S.M. (U.S.A.), served Egyptian and S. African War
(ret.) 1919, sometime A.D.C. to H.M. King George,
b. 1861 ; m. 1894, Evelyn, d. of W. W. Wells; and has
issue — (i) Grant Gentleman, b. ; (2)

Grant, Gentleman, b. . Res. — The Elms, Sydenham
Hill, S.E.26. Clubs — United Service ; Junior Carlton.

Admiral Sir (Edmund) Percy Fenwick George Giant,
K.C.V.O. (1920), CD. (1916) [Arms — matric. L.O., gules,
arose between three antique crowns or, a bordure erminois,
on a canton of the second a demi-lion rampant issuing from
a barrulet gules in base. Mantling, Crest, and Motto as
above], sometime a Naval A.D.C. to H.M. the King, Chief
of Staff to Second-in-Command of Grand Fleet, Battle of
Jutland (despatches, C.B., Russian Order of St. Vladimir,
with swords), C.-in-C. Australia 1921, 6. 1867; m. 1926,
Gwendoline Florenre, eld. d. of Lieut. -Col. Charles Edward
Gaitskell-Burr and widow of Rear-Adm. Henry Montague
Doughty, C.B., C.M.G. Res.— 20 Walton Street, S.W.3.
Clubs — United Service Royal Yacht Squadron (Cowes).

GRANT of Toronto (L.O., 3 Feb. 1914). Gules, three
antique crowns or, on a chief of the last three maple leaves
of the first. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest — On a
wreath of his liveries, a mountain enfiamed proper. Motto
— " Stand fast."



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Eldest son of Cowan Donley Grant of Port Hawkes-
bury, Nova Scotia, b. ; d. ; m. , Jennie,

d. of :—

Garnet Peter Grant, t. 1882. Res. — Toronto, Canada.



Only son of Adrian Grant Duff, Esq., C.B. , Lt.-Col.
comdg. ist Batt. "Black Watch" [rematric. 5 Nov.
igo6, same arms within a bordure argent], b. 1869;



Rkvereni) RODERICK JOHN ARCHIBALD
GR.ANT, Priest in Holy Orders of the Catholic Church.
Born Oct. 28, i860, only surviving child of James Grant,
military novelist and historian, and Christian Macdonell,
his wife, eldest dan. of James Browne, LI^.D., advocate.
Armorial bearings Gules, three antique crowns or, within




a bordure chequy of the second and first. Mantling gules
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-savage
proper. Motto — " I'll stand sure." Residence— lngz.\.^slon-
Hall, Esse.v.



GRANT DUFF (matric. L.O., 23 Aug. 1904). Quare
terly, i and 4, gules, a lotus-flower, between three antique
crowns or (Grant) ; 2 and 3, vert, on afesse dancett^e ermine,
between a buck's head caboshed in chief and two escallops
in base, a cross flory between two boars' heads erased all or
(Duff, L.O., 1676). Mantlings—De.xter, gules, doubled or;
sinister, vert, doubled or. Crests— Dexter, a mountain in
flames proper. (Motto — "Stand fast"); sinister, a stag's
head erased proper. (Motto — " Virtute et opera ").

Eld. son of the Rt. Hon. Sir Mountstuart Elphin-

stone Grant Duff, P.C, G.C.S.I., C.I.E., F.R.S.,

J. P. andD.L. cos. Elgin, .■\berdeen, and Middx., M.A.

Oxon., LL.B. Lond., .\I.P. for Elgin 1857-1881, Gov. of

Madras 1881-6, b. 1829 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1859. Anna Julia

(C.I.), only d. of Edward Webster of North Lodge,

Ealing : —

Sir Arthur Cuninghame Grant Duff, K.C.M.G., Envoy

Extraor. and Minister Plen. Sweden 1924-27, when he

retired, b. 1861 ; m. 1906, Kathleen, d. of Gen. Powell

Clayton, U.S.A. Clubs — Athenaeum, Travellers'.




killed in action 1914 ; m. 1906, Hon. Ursula Lubbock,
d. of ist Baron Avebury, P.C. : —
Neill Adrian Mountstuart Grant Duff, Gentleman, b.
1910. Res. — 16 Mulberry Walk, Chelsea, S.\\^

GRANT-DALTON. Quarterly, i and 4, quarterly,
azure, a lion rampant between nine cross crosslets or, a
canton ermine (for Dalton) ; ii. and iii. , gules, a lion passant
guardant argent, imperially crowned proper, between three
antique crowns or (for Grant) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a chevron




engrailed sable, between three bugle-horns of the second, as
many escallops of the first (for Foster). Mantling azure
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mount proper, a dragon's head couped vert, between two
wings or, each charged with a cross crosslet sable (for
Dalton) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a boar's head
couped argent. Motto — " Stabit conscius aequi."

Sons of Alan Grant-Dalton, Esq., J. P. of Shank's
House, Wincanton, and Arundel, Rondebcsch, h. 1850 ;
d. 1918; m. 1878, Emma, d, of George Brehm of
Uitenhage, Cape Colony : —
Alan Trevanion Grant-Dalton, Gentleman, b. 1879. Seats
— Shank's House, Wincanton, co. Somerset; and Arundel,
Rondebosch, Cape Colony.
Hubert Grant-Dalton, Gentleman, b. 1881.
Percy George Grant-Dalton, Gentleman, b. 1883.
Nevile Grant-Dalton, Gentleman, b. 1894.

GRANT-SUTTIE (L.O., 1732). Quarterly, i and 4,
barry wavy of six azure and or, on a chief of the last, a lion
rampant naissant with two tails vert, armed and langued
gules (for Suttie, c. 1672-7) ; 2 and 3, argent, a chevron
chequy gules and of the first, between three hunting-horns
sable, garnished of the second, within a bordure chequy as
before (Semple of Balgone, c. 1672-7). Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a ship
under full sail all proper. Motto — "Nothing hazard, no-
thing have."

Son of Sir James Grant-Suttie, 6th Bart., D.L., Lt.-

Col. Haddington, &c. Art. Mil., b. 1830; d. 1878; m.

1857, Lady Susan Harriet Innes-Ker, d. of 6th Duke of

Roxburghe : —
Sir George Grant-Suttie, 7th Bart. (5 May 1702), of
Balgone,!^. 1870. Seats — Balgone, Drem, co. Haddington;
Preston Grange, Prestonpans, co. Haddington.

Ygst. son of Sir George Grant-Suttie, 5th Bart., b. 1797 ;

d. 1878; m. 1829, Harriet, d. of Francis, 7th Earl of

Wemyss : —
Robert Grant-Suttie, Esq., D.L. co. Haddington,
Barrister-at-Law TArms — Quarterly, i and a. Suttie as
above; 2. gules, three antique crowns or, and m a canton
argent, a demi-otter issuing out of a bar wavy sable, all
within a bordure ermine (Grant of Prestongrange, 1759) ; 3.
Semple as above ; and (matric. 31 Oct. 1903) in the
centre of the quarters a mullet sable. Mantling azure.




Sir Wroth Lethbridge, 5tb Bart., and has had issue —
Robert Ian Grant-Suttie, Gentleman, b. 1926 ; and Margaret
Torfrida] ; Archibald Ronald Grant-Suttie, 2nd Lieut.
R.H A., b. 1896; d. of wounds received in action 1917 ;
Hilda Margaret ; and Ethel Mary. Res. — Balgone, North
Berwick. Club — Carlton.

GRANT-IVES (R.L. 23 Aug. 1919, H. Coll.). Quarterly,
I and 4, or, on a plain chevron with cottises engrailed
sable, between three blackamoors' heads in profile couped
at the shoulders proper, five annulets of the first (for
Ives) ; 2 and 3, gules, a fesse daacettee ermine, between
three antique crowns or (for Grant). Mantling sable and
or. Crests — i . On a wreath of the colours, issuing from a
rock proper, a blackamoor's head as in the arms, the
temples and neck each encircled by an annulet or (for
Ives) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours a conical hill fired
at the summit proper, issuant therefrom a cross calvary
or (for Grant). Motto — " Stand sure."

4th son of WilUam Grant, of Lichborough, h. 1805 ;

d. 1868 ; m. 1842, Frances Simpson, d. of Richard

Pack, of Floore House, Northampton : —

Charles Eustace Grant-Ives (formerly Grant), Esq.,

J. P. Northants., M.A., Fellow of King's Coll., Camb., b.

1851 ; m. 1889, Madeline Isabel, d. of Robert Whitting ;

and has surv. issue — John Charles Grant-Ives, Esq.,

M.A. (Camb.), Capt. (ret.) Rifle Bde., b. 1889 [m. 1925,

Amy Whiteside, d. of James Edward Shaw of High

Greenan, Ayr ; and has issue — John Edward Grant-Ives,

b. 1926; and Elizabeth Madeline] ; Isabel Frances [m.

1921, Colin Fish, and has issue] ; Agnes [m. 1922,

George Macdonald Da vies, and has issue] ; Ursula.

Res. — Bradden House, Northants.

GRANT-SUTTIE (H. Coll., 1924). Azure, three eagles
displayed two and one or, a lion naissant double-queued
vert from a chief of the second. Mantling azure and or




doubled or], b. 1841; m. 1884, Hon. Edith MaryDawnay,
d. of William Henry, 7th Viscount Downe ; and has had
issue— (i) Hubert Francis Grant-Suttie, Esq., D.S.O. ,M.C.,
Major R.F.A., b. 1884 [m. 1920, Torfrida Alianore, d. of



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Crest — Issuant out of a crown vallary or a demi-lion double-
queued, holding between the fore-paws a star of seven
points vert. Motto — " Vincit qui posse credit."

Gerald Lynham Porte Grant-Suttie, Esq., Maj. R.
Canadian Regt., D.A. A. , and Q.M.G. Military Dist. No.
2 Canada (1922), B.A., F. R.G.S., b. 1890; m. 1924, Ada
Lewis, d. of the late Robert T. Gooderham, of Toronto.
Res. — Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Clubs — York, Albany,
R. Canadian Yacht, Toronto Hunt, Ontario Jockey, all
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GRANT-TFIOROLD (R.L., 1864; H. Coll.). Quarterly,
I and 4, per chevron sable and azure, three goats salient
argent, a bordure engrailed of the last (Thorold) ; 2 and
3, or, three escutcheons gules, each charged with an Eastern
crown of the first (Grant). Mantling sable and argent.
Crests — I. upon a wreath of the colours, a buck argent,
charged en the body with a qiiatrefoil vert, resting the
dexter foot on an escutcheon azure, thereon a martlet or
(Thorold) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, on a rock, a
burning mountain surmounted bv a rainbow all proper
(Grant).

Sons of Alexander William Thorold Grant-Thorold,
Esq., J. P. and D.L. for Lincolnshire (High Sheriff
1870), and J. P. for Northamptonshire, /'. 1820; (/.

1908 ; m. 1863, Anna Hamilton, third d. of the late
Admiral Sir James Stirling —

Richard Stirling Grant-Thorold, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col.
Gen. List, fi. 1868. /fes.— Clubs^

Bachelors', Boodle's.

Harry Grant-Thorold, Esq., J. P., Hon. Capt. in the
Army, late Major 3rd Batt. Northamptonshire Regt. , b.
1870; m. 1911, Faith Monica, youngest d. of Brig. -Gen.
Arthur Uroadwood, C.V.O. ; and has issue — Richard
Martin Harry Manscl Grant-Thorold, Gentleman,^. 1915;
Bridget Mary ; Rachel Faith ; and Priscilla Ruth. Seat —
Cranford Hall, Kettering, Northants. C/tt(>— Bachelors'.

Frank Hamilton Grant-Thorold, Gentleman, b. 1871.
Res.—

GRANTHAM (H. Coll.). Ermine, a griffin segreant
gules, holding between the claws an escutcheon or, charged
with a cross cr sslet sable, in chief two cross crosslets of
the second. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— Upon a
wreath of the colours, a demi-griffin gules, charged (n the
body with two cross crosslets palewise or, and holding
between the claws an escutcheon also or, charged with
a cross crosslet sable. MottO — " Comme Dieu grantit."
Ln'^ry— Blue, with silver buttons.

Son of the late Hon. Sir William Grantham, a Judge of

the High Court of Justice, J P. co. Sussex, Lord of the

Manors of Camois Court and Balneth, NLP. for East

Surrey 1874-1885, and for Croydon 1885-1886, b. 1835 ;

d. 191 1 ; m. 1865, Emma, eldest d. cf the late Richard

Wilson of Chiddingley, Sussex, and Molesworth House,

Brighton : —

William Wilson Grantham, Esquire, K. C J. P., T.D.,

M.A., late Major Inns of Court R.V. and 6th (Cyclist) Batt.

Roy. Sussex Regt., Recorder of Deal since 1905, b. 1866;

»i. 1897, Sybil, only d. of Sir Thomas Andros de la Rue,

Bart. ; and has surv. issue — (i) William Ivor Grantham,

Esq., b. 1898; (2) John Anthony Grantham, Gentleman,

b. 1907; (3) Thomas ElmerGrantham, Gentleman, 1^. 1911 ;

(4) Mark Edward Grantham, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; (3)

Frederick .Andros Grantham, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; Myrtle

Irene [m. 1920, Sir Harry K. Newton, Bart. J; Pauline

Agnes ; and Nym. 5tf<2/— Balneath Manor, nr. Lewes.

Res. — 3 Hare Court, E.G. Chambers — 6 Crown Office Row,

E.G. Clubs — Carlton, R.A.C. , County (Lewes).

GRANTLEY, Baron, see NORTON.

GRANVILLE, Earl, see LEVESON-GOWER.

GRANVILLE (R.L., 1826). Quarterly, i and 4, gules,
three rests, two and one or (Granville, ante Henry
VII.) ; 2 and 3, or, three quatrefoils pierced gules, a chief
vair (D'Ewes). Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a griffin passant or. MottO — " Deo
patriae amicis."

Son of Bevil Granville, Esq., J. P. cos. Herts, and
Warwick, late Major 23rd R.W. Fusiliers, served in
Crimea and Indian Mutiny, and was one of H.M. Hon.
Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms 1863-1887, b. 1834; d.

1909 ; }n. 1865, Alice Jane, d. of Rev. Nathaniel Wode-
house. Vicar of Worle and Dulverton (by Georgiana,
d. of Hon. and Rev. William Capel) : —

Bernard Granville, Esq., D.S.O. and Bar, Lt.-Col.
Warwickshire Yeo. , late Capt. 3rd K.O. Hussars, served
in S. African War and Great War, J. P. and D.L. co.
Warwick, b. 21 July 1873 ! '"• 1902, Edith, ygst. d. of the
Rt. Hon. Sir T. F. Halsey, Bart., of Gaddesden Place,
Herts.; and has issue: — (i) Bevil Granville, Gentleman,
b. 1904; (2) Richard .St. Leger Granville, Gentleman, b.
1907; (3) John Granville, Gentleman, b. 1913; ;ind Mary.
Seats — Wellesbourne Hall, nr. Warwick, and Chadley,
Wellesbourne, nr. Warwick. Club — Cavalry.



Son of George Hyde Granville, Gentleman, b. 1837;

d. 1903; m. 1862, Henrietta, d. of Edward Bolton

King, of Chadshunt, Warwick : —

Dennis Granville, Esq., M.V.O., O.B.E., Capt. late

Roy. Warwickshire Regt., Chief C( nstable of Dorset

1898-1924, b. 1863; in. 1895, Margaret Beatrice, eld. d. of

Sir George Waller, Bart., of Woodcote, Warwick; and

has issue — Judith Margaret. Res. — Somerleigh Gate,

Dorchester. Clubs — Naval and Military, Royal Dorset

Yacht.

Sons of Frederick John Granville, b. 1839 ; d. 1883; m.
1864, Cecilia Anne, cjnly child of Robert Hoc k : —
Rear-.\dmiral Charles Delabere Granville, R.N. (ret.).
Mid. of "Carysfort" during Egyptian War 1882, also
during the naval and military operations nr. Suakim, in
Eastern Soudan, in 1884, accompanied Naval Brigade
under Sir E. H. Seymour in the advance to Pekin 1900, b.
1865. Club — United Service.

Cecil Horace Plantagenet Granville, Gentleman, b. 1877.
Res.—

Son of Rev. Roger Granville, Preb. and Sub-Dean
of Exeter Cathedral, formerly Rector of Bideford,
b. 1848; d. 1911 ; m. 1870, Matilda Jane, d. of Alex-
ander Liebert of Swinton Hall, Lanes. : —
Court Granville, Esq., Capt. Devonshire Regt., b. 1872 ;