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m. 1897, Beatrice Mabel, d. of Ccl. Dumaresq ; and has
issue. Postal add. —

Sons of Rev. Gray Granville, Vicar of Wasperton, War-
wick, b. 1843; d. 1913 ; m. ist, 1881, Josephine Dora
Lawrence {d. 1884) ; 2nd, 1897, Sophia Mary, d. of
Capt. Grey Skipwith, R.N. : —
Bernard D'Eves Granville, Gentleman, b. 1899.
Bevil (jray Granville, Gentleman, b. 1903.

GRANVILLE (H. Coll.). Gules, three organ rests or
within a bordure of the second charged with eight fleurs-
de-lys of the field. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, between two wings a griffin's head
couped or, collared and charged on the neck with a
fleur-de-Iys gules. Motto — " Fragas non flectes."

Son of Joseph Mortimer Granville, M.D., M.R.C.S.,
M.R.C.P., of Bristol, b. ; d. ; m. :—

William Edward Mortimer Granville, Gentleman, b.
. Res. — Coleman Street, London.



GRAUMANN of Johannesburg (H. Coll.). Per chevron
or and argent, in chief two roses gules barbed and
seeded proper, and in base a springbok trippant also
proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a demi-springbok proper, holding between
the legs a rose as in the arms. Motto — " Tenax pro-

Son of Emanuel Graumann, of Brighton, b.
m. : —

Sir Harry Graumann, K.B.E. (1922), b. 1868. Res.—
22 Manners Mansions, Jeppe Street, Johannesburg, Trans-
vaal. Club — Rand (Johannesbm-g).

GRAVELY (L.O., 7Feb. 1913). Argent, a peacoc|c in
his pride proper, on a chief sable, three crosses champagne
of the field. Mantling sable, doubled argent. Crest — On
a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand holding a scroll
proper. Motto — " Jusfi tenax."

Son of Gravely, b. ; d. ; m. : —

Walter Booth Gravely, Esq., I.C.S., Private Sec. to
Lt.-Gov. of Burma, M.A. (Edin.), B.A. (Oxon.). Address
— 7C CoUingham Place, S.W.

GRAVES (U.O., 24 Oct. 1794). Gules, an eagle dis-
played or, ducally crowned argent, on a canton of the last,
an anchor proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-eagle displayed and erased
or, encircled round the body and below the wings by a
ducal coronet argent. Motto — " Aquila non captat

Only son of Rt. Hon. Henry Cyril Percy Graves, 5th

Lord Graves, b. 1847; d. 1914 ; m. 1870, Elizabeth

Ellen [d. 1914), d. of Henry Craven of Wickham Hall,

CO. Kent: —

Rt. Hon. Clarence Percy Rivers Graves, 6th Baron

Graves of Gravesend (Irel., 24 Oct. 1794) [Supporters —

Two royal vultures, wings close proper], b. 1871 ; m. 1903,




Mary Ada Isabel, d. of Edward Corbett Parker ; and has
issue — Hon. Cerise Evelyn Georgina ; and Hon. Rosemary
Alice Audrey. Res. — Manor Farm House, Beauworth,

Son of Claude Thcmas Graves, Gentleman (3rd son of
Hon. Henry Richard Graves— see below), b. 1850 ; d.
1898 ; m. 1876, Georgina, d. of Capt. Hill : —
Henry Algernon Claude Graves, Esq., Capt. North-
umberland Hussars Yeo. , late Lieut. 3rd Comp. of Londcn
Yeo. , b. i8jj ; m. 1909, Vera Blanche Neville, d. of Alfred
Neville Snepp, and has issue — Peter George Wellesley
Graves, Gentleman, b. 1911. J?es.—24 Cockyard, Davies
Street, W.

Sons of Hon. Henry Richard Graves, b. 18 18 ; d. 1883 ;
m. 1843, Henrietta Wellesley: —
Hon. Adolphus Edward Paget Graves, had patent of
precedence as son of a Baron, 1906, Hon. Capt. in the
Army, served Great War, b. 1855; m. ist, 1886, Elaine
Mabelle {d. 1887) ; 2nd, 1889, Katherine Louisa (d. 1900),
d. of Col. Henry C. Ward, CLE. ; 3rd, 1909, Hilda
May, only d. of David Cruickshank ; and has had issue—
(i) Evelyn Paget Graves, Esq., Capt. R.F.A., Major Flying
Ccrps, b. 1890 ; killed in action 1917 ; (2) Montagu Alwyn
Graves, Gentleman, b. 1892; (3) Vernon North Graves,
b. 191 1 ; and Lene [m. 1921, Frederick Ivor de la Peer
Garforth, Lieut. R.E.]. C/?/*— Oriental.

Hon. Adrian Edward George Graves, Capt. late 3rd Batt.
Duke of Cornwall's L.I., had patent of precedence as son
of a Baron, 1906, b. i860. J?es. —

Only son of Hon. Adolphus Edward Paget Graves, Page
of Honour to William IV. in 1830, b. 1821 ; d. 1891
m. 1858, Caroline Glubb, sec. d. of Capt. Wriford;
R.N. :—
Cyril Edward Cuthbert Hare Graves, Esq., b. i860;
m. 1916, Constance Katharine, d. of Francis C. Mouflet of
Leamington ; and has issue- — Mary Caroline Margot. Res.
— 55 Warrior Square, St. Leonards-on-Sea.

GRAVES (Confd. 14 Jan. 1864, U.O.). Quarterly, i
and 4, party per pale gules and azure, an eagle dis-
played or, ducally crowned, in the dexter chief point
a cross patonce of the last (Graves) ; 2 and 3, argent,
on a chief indented gules, three crosses pat^e of the field
(Perceval). Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a demi-eagle displayed and erased or, en-
circled round the body below the wings with a ducal
coronet gules, each wing charged with a cross patonce
also gules. MottO — " Aquila non captat muscas." Livery

Sons of Rt. Rev. Charles Graves, Bishop of Limerick,
Ardfert, and Aghadoe, D.D. (DubUn); Hon. D.C.L.
(Oxon. ), F.R.S. , formerly President of the Royal Irish
Academy, Dean of the Chapel Royal, Dublin, Dean
of Clonfert, Senior Fellow and Professor of Mathe-
matics, Trinity College, Dublin, b. 1812; d. 1899; m.
1840, Selina (who died 1873), eld. d. of John Cheyne,
Esq., M.D., Physician-General to Her Majesty's Forces
in Ireland: —
Alfred Perceval Graves, Gentleman, M.A. , hite Insp. of
Schools, b. 1846; m. ist, 1874, Jane (d. 1886), d. of James
Cooper of Cooper Hill ; m, 2nd, 1891, Amalie Elisabeth
Sophie, eld. d. of Professor Henrich von Ranke of Munich ;
and has surv. issue — (i) Philip Perceval Graves, Gentle-
man, b. 1876 -(Res. — 5 Hereford Square, S.W.7);
(2) Richard Massie Graves, Gentleman, b. 1880; (3)
Alfred Perceval Graves, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; (4) Robert
Ranke Graves, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; (5) Charles
Patrick Ranke Graves, Gentleman, b. 1899; (6) John
Tiarks Ranke Graves, Gentleman, h. 1903 ; and three daus.
Res. — Erinfa, Harlech, N. Wales. Club — Athenaeum.

Arnold Felix Graves, Gentleman, M.A. , Barr.-at-Law,
b. 1847 ; m. , Constance Weatherley ; and has issue —

(i) Lionel Perceval Graves, Gentleman, b. ; (2) Arnold

Graves, Gentleman, b. ; {3) Eric Graves, Gentleman,

b. ; (4) Algernon Graves, Gentleman, b. ; and

Geraldine. Res.— 2 Kildare Place, Dublin.

Charles Larcom Graves, Gentleman, b. 1856; m. 1889,
Alice Emma, J. P. Norfolk, eld. d. of Lt.-Col. George
Henry Grey; and has had issue— (i) Cecil Gnives, Esq.,
M.C., Capt. Res. of Officers, late the Roy. Scots, b. 1892
[>«. 1921, Irene Helen Bagnell, and has issue — Michael
Adrian Graves, Gentleman, b. 1922; Christopher Robin
Graves, Gentleman, b. 1926 (Res. — Irmtnglands, Bulstrode
Way, Gerrard's Cross)]; (2) Adrian Graves, Esq., M.C.,
Capt. Machine Gun Corps, b. i8c6 ; killed in action 1918.
/?«.— Oulton Lodge, Aylsham, Norfolk.

Sir Robert Wyndham Graves, K.C.M.G. (1923),
O. B. E. , Consul-General in Crete 1899-1903, Adviser to
Turkish Min. of Finance 1909-14,0.5.0. 1918, Financial
Adviser to British High Commissioner, Constantinople,
1919-22, when he ret., b. 1858 ; m. 189s, Bessie Catharine (d.
1902), d. cf the late J. R. Thomson ; and has issue — Gerald
Grahame Gordon Graves, Esq., late Lieut. R.A.F., b.
1899. Clubs — St. James's, Athenaeum.

GRAVES-KNYFTON (R.L., 24 Nov. 1894, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, gules, gutt^e-d'or, a chevron vair^ argent
and sable, between two eagles' heads couped in pale or
(Knyfton); 2 and 3, or, an eagle displayed sable, each
wing charged with a cross pat^e of the first between four
escallops in cross of the second (Graves). Mantling gules
and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, an eagle's
head couped or, gutt^e-de-sang, holding in the beak an
eagle's leg erased proper, between two wings vair6 argent
and sable (Knyfton) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, in
front of an eagle displayed sable, each wing charged
with a cross pat^e or, three escallops inverted of the
last (Graves).

Son of Albert Reginald Graves, Esq., J. P., of Delapr6.

Bridport, Dorset, and Charlton House, Ludwell,

Salisbury, b. 1840; d. 1880; m. 1871, Mary Jane, d.

of William Morgan Benett, Master in Common Pleas

Div. of High Court : —
The late Reginald Benett Graves-Knyfton, Esq., J. P. co.
Somerset, Major 4th Somerset L.I. 1901, b. 1873; d. 1918;
m. 1897, Edith Mary, d. of Francis Albert Alston, late of
Ban well, Somerset ; and left issue — Marjorie ; and Joan
[m. 1925, Capt. E. H. C. Frith, Somerset L.I.]. Seat —
Uphill Manor, nr. Weston-super-Mare.

GRAVES-SAWLE (R.L., 13 Nov. 1827). Quarterly,
I and 4, azure, three falcons' heads erased, a bordure or
(Sawle, 7 April 1815); 2 and 3, gules, an eagle displayed,
in chief a naval crown between two bombs or, fired proper
(Graves). Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, an eagle displayed or, supporting in the
dexter claw a staff erect proper, thereon hoisted a pennon
gules, with the inscription " Per sinum codanum " in letters
of gold.

Yr. son of Sir Charles Brune Graves-Sawle, and Bart.,
J.P., C.A., and D.L. co. Devon, M.P., B.A., Dep.
Warden of the Stanneries, b. 1816 ; d. 1903; m. 1846,
Rose Caroline, d. of David R. Paynter of Dale, co.
Pembroke : —
Sir Charles John Graves-Sawle, 4th Bart. (22 March
1836), M.V.O., Rear-Adm. (ret. ), A.D.C. to the King 1906,
served in the Egyptian War 1882 (medal, clasp, bronze
star) and on West Coast of Africa 1894 (desp. , medal and
clasp), b. 1851 ; m. 1887, Constance Mary, d. of late Gen.
Charles Frederick Torrens Daniell, C. B. ; and has had
issue— Richard Charles Graves Sawle, Esq., Lieut. Cold-
stream Guards, b. 1888 ; killed in action 1914 [m. 1914,
Muriel Cecil Harriott, d. of Sir Charles Henry Brabazon
Heaton-EUis, C.B.E., of Wyddial Hall, Herts.]; Joan
Rosemary [w- 1915, Hon. Seton Robert de la Poer Horsley-
Beresford]. Seats — Penrice, St. Austell, Cornwall;
Barley House, nr. Exeter, Devon. Clubs — Naval and
Military, Marlborough.

GRAY of Tunstall Manor (H. Coll.). Barry of six
argent and azure, a lion rampant gules, on a chief of the
second two lymphads or. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an anchor or, in front
of and supported by two lions' gambs erased gules.
Motto — " Anchor, fast anchor."

Son of Sir William Cresswell Gray, ist Bart., J. P.,

D.L., of Thorp Perrow, Bedale, Yorks., b. 1867 ; d.

1924 ; m. 1891, Kate, d. of Charles Casebourne, of

Greatham House, co. Durham : —
Sir William Gray, 2nd Bart. (17 July 1917), of Tun-
stall Manor, co. Durham, J. P., Capt. (ret.) Yorks. Regt.,
b. 1895. Seats — Egglestone Hall, nr. Darlington;
Tunstall Manor, West Hartlepool. Club — Bath.

CARSINA GORDON GRAY, only dau. of the late
Charles William Gray of Carse, by his wife Susan Helen, d.
of James Guthrie of Tanjong Pagar, Singapore. Armorial
bearings — On a lozenge, gules, a lion rampant within a
bordure wavy argent. Married, 1906, Hugh Annesley
Gray-Cheape (formerly Cheape) and has issue— Leslie

Plate VIII.








George Gray-Cheape, {g.v.)
Suzanne ; and Diana. Seat-

Carsina Gordon ; Barbara
•Carse Gray House, Forfar-

HERBERT GRAY, Gentleman (formerly Miers). Born
April 24, 1868, being the son of the late William Thomas
Miers of Scarcroft Grange, near Leeds, by his wife Mary,
dau. of Henry Burnet of Liverpool, and assumed the sur-
name of Gray in lieu of Miers, and the arms of Gray by
Royal Licence 1901, on his marriage. Armorial bearing's

— Barry of six per pale argent and azure counterchanged
on a plain bend cottised engrailed gules, three escutcheons
of the first, each charged with a rose of the third barbed and
seeded prooer. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On
a wrt-ath of the colours, upon a mount vert, a hedgehog
statant proper, charged on the body with a rose as in the
arms, in front of a holly-bush fructed also proper. Mariied,
Feb. 14, 1901, Betsy Hardy, only child and heiress of the
lite Edward Thomas Gray of Morwick Hall, near Leeds,
and Steyning, co. Sussex. Residence— The. Limes, Frisby,
near Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. Club — Leicester-
shire (Leicester).

GRAY. Gules, a lion rampant argent, holding in
the dexter paw a fleam or, on a canton of the last a harp
azure. Mantling gules and argent ; and for Crest, upon

Sons of Robert Gray, Esquire, J. P. co. Armagh,

F.R.C.P.L, i^. 1845 ; '(/. ; m.1867, Harriet Ann

dau. of Hampton Atkinson : —

Hampton Atkinson Grav, Gentleman, M.D. (T.C.D.),

b. .Kwg. 16, 1868. i?fj.— 4'Charlemont Place, The Mall,


Robert Alexander Gray, Esq., Capt. R.I.F., b. Dec. 21,

Francis Audubon Gray, Esq., Major A.M.C., A. I.E.
(1917), L.R.C.P. and S.'(Edin.), b. Jan. 2, 1874. Res. —
Church Street, Middle Brighton, Melbourne, Australia.

GRAY (H. Coll. 1859). Azure, a lion rampant, within
an orle of annulets arjjent, a bordure indented ermine.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, upon a rock proper, a bear's paw erect and erased

a wreath of the colours, an anchor in pale azure, timbered
proper and fluked or. Motto — "Anchor fast anchor. "

sable, grasping a snake entwined around it also proper,
Motto^" Tenebo."

Son of Rev. John Durbin Gray, M.A. , Clerk in Holy
Orders, Vicar of Nayland, Suffolk, 1879-190,3, b.
1841;; d. 1925; m. 1873, Harriet Amy Josephine
Horner, elder d. of Rev. J. Horner, M.A. , late Vicar
of Everton, Beds.: —
Arthur Claypon Horner Grav, Esq., O.B.E., Lt.-Col.
R.A.M.C, ^LB. (Lond.), M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., b. 1878;
m. 1910, Dorothy Margaret, d. of Rev. J. R. Denham,
Canon of Rochester ; and has issue— John Michael Gray,
Cadet R.N., b. 1913 ; Christopher Horner Gray, Gentle-
man, h- 1920 ; and Annie Marjorie. Res. — The Poplars,
Nayland, Colchester.

Sons of Rev. John Durbin Gray, M.A., Clerk in Holy

Orders, sometime Vicar of Abbctsley, Hunts., b. 1821 ;

d. 1887 ; m. 1844, Sophia, d. of William Diaper Brice

of The Grove, Clifton, Bristol : —

Cecil Gray, Gentleman, *. 1853; m. 1887, Aimee Rita

Gibson ; and has issue— Gerald Cecil Gibson Gray, Esq.,

Major Indian Army, h. 1888 \ni. 1919, Anne Bash Morison,

and has issue — James Goring Gray, Gentleman, b. 1921].

Res.—d, Osborne House, St. Mary's Terrace, Paddmgton.

C/tt*— Oriental.

Rev. George Holmes Gray, M.A. Jesus Coll., Camb.,
Clork in Holy Orders, Vicar of Ticehurst, Sussex, 1909-21.
b. 1S55 ; m. 1880, Frances Mary, d. of the late Rev. John
Mere Ward, Vicar of Clapham, Lancashire. Res. — 'Wee-
hurst Cottage, Harold Road, Deal, Kent.

Reginald Grav, E-q., J. P., b. 1857; m. 1886, Clara
Margaret d. of Rev. Matthew Milne ; and has had issue—





Allen Gray, Esq., Capt. 192nd Batt. Canadian Infantry,
b. 1889 ; killed in action 1918 ; Robin Gray, Gentleman, i.
1891. /^es. — Burford, Ontario, Canada.

Rev. Arthur St. John Gray, M.A. Oxon., Clerk in Holy
Orders, late Head Master of King's School, Parramatta.
Sydney, and of Malvern College, d. 1859 ; m. 1882, Florence
Julia, d. of Capt. Boys, R.N.; and has issue— Percival
Gray, Esq., Lieut.-Comdr. R.N.R., i. 1889 ; John Michael
Gray, Gentleman, i. 1895 [m. Joan Brice], /?«.— Walton-
by-Clevedon, Somerset

GRAY of Cornwall, Ontario (H. Coll., 2 Jan. 1923)-
Or, oa a pile azure a lion rampant of the first, on a chief of
the second two anchors also of the first. Mantling azure
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of

1882 ; (2) Francis Martello Gray Gentleman, born June 11,
1885 ; (3) Stanley Gray, Gentleman, born Dec. 26, 1889 I


two swords points upwards in saltire proper pommels
and hilts or, a lion's gamb erased grasping a sprig of
rose also proper flowered gules. Motto — " Forward."
Youngest son of Robert Holt Gray, of Toronto,
b. 1836 ; d. 1897 ; m. 1864, Mary Isabel, d. of
Samuel Newall-Cowperthwaite of New York City : —
Samuel Morgan Gray, Esq., J. P., late Maj. 21st Batt.
Inf. Canadian Exped. Force, now Res. of Officers, 59th
Highlanders, Ontario, b. 1879 ; m. 1905, Helen Harris,
d. of Rev. Alanson Harris Putnam, B.A., of Toronto,
Ontario ; and has had issue — Robert Frank Gray, Gentle-
man, 6. 1906; Morgan John Gray, Gentleman, 6. 1907;
Alan Charles Gray, Gentleman, 6. 1910 {d. 1911) ; Joan
Elizabeth. Res. — Claypath, Cornwall, Stormont, Ontario,
Canada. Clubs — Cornwall (Cornwall, Ontario), Military
Institute (Toronto).

Born May 26, 1850, being the second son of William Mar-
tello Gray f Hovingham, Yorkshire, by his wife Sarah,
daughter of ichard Barker of Nunnington, Yorkshire. Ar-
morialbearings — Azure, a fesse or, between four roses fesse-
wise in chief argent, barbed and seeded proper, and a tower
in base of the second. Upon the escutcheon is placed a
helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling azure and or ;
and for his Crest, on a wreath of the colours, a tower proper,
surmounted by an escocheon azure, charged with a rose
argent, barbed and seeded proper, with the Motto — " Veritas
vincit." Livery — Olive green. Married, October 9, 1872,
Fanny Smith, daughter of George Charlton Barnett of
Eccleshall, near Stafford, in that county, and has surv.
Issue— [\) Charles Ernest Gray, Gentleman, born Oct. 22,

Edith Fanny ; Eleanor Maude ; and Nora. Estate and
Postal address— St. John's, Ilkley, York?. C/u6- Union
Club, Bradford.

GR.AY of Merthyr-Cynog, Breconshire (H. Coll.). Barry
of six vert and argent, four spear-heads, two in pale and two
in fesse proper (Gray), impaled with gules, a cross fleury

between two martlets in pale and as many flaunches all or
(Edwards). Mantling vert and areent. Crest — On a




wreath of the colours, a badger passant argent, in frunt of
a spear erect proper. Motto — " Age quod agis." Livery —

Eldest son of John Selby Gray, b. 1834; d. 1896; m.

1864, Alice Markham, d. cf Edward Bradley : —
Henry Edward Gray, Esq., J. P. cos. Glamorgan and
Brecknock (High Sheriff 1908-9), h. 1865; m. 1887, Kate
{d. 1907), second d. of John Thomas Edwards ; and has
issue — Dorothy de VVinton ; Madeleine Alice ; Kathleen
Elize ; Valerie Maud; and Ethel Violet. Estate — Merthyr-
Cynog, Br^conshire. Res. — Maescelyn, Crickhowell,
Breconshire. Clubs — Junior Carlton; Brecon County

GRAY of Carse {R.L., 29 Jan. 1851., H. Coll.— orig.

matric. L.O., 1741, and recorded in Lyon Register 1804).

Gules, a lion rampant within a bordure waved argent.

Mantling gulos and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the

colours, an anchor fessways fastened to a cable proper.

Motto — " Anchor fast." [For heir refer to Gray-Cheape].
Yr. son of Capt. William Gray of Carse (formerly
Hunter), 80th Foot, b. ; d. 1861 ; m. 1850, Carsina

Gordon Gray, grand-d. and sole heir of Charles Gray
of Carse : —
William Maule Ramsay Gray, Gentleman, b.

Address — Carse Gray, Forfarshire.

GRAY (L.O. , 29 March 1907). Gules, a lion rampant
argent, armed and langued azure, holding in his dexter
paw a thunderbolt proper, on a chief of the second, a
griffin's head sable, holding in its beak a key of the third

between two cinquefoils of the first. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, alion
sejant guardant argent, resting its dexter paw on an anchor
sable. Motto -" Fast through a flash. "

Son of Matthew Gray, Esq. Capt. 3rd Dumbarton

R.V., C.E., b 1821 ; d. 190 1 ; m. 1850, Agnes, d. of

Robert Kaye of M librae : —

The late Robert Kaye Gray, Gentleman, of Milbrae,

Lanarkshire, M. Inst. C.E., Past Pres. Inst. Elec. Engineers,

Kt. Commander of Order of Concepcao de Villavicosa,

Kt. Commander "f Order of Vs^ibel la Catolica and Order

of Naval Merit (2nd class) of Spain, b. 1851 ; d. 1914.
Seat — Milbrae, Lanarkshire. Res. — Lessness Park, Abbey
Wood, Kent.

GRAY (H. Coll., 1868). Barry of six engrailed or and
azure, on a bend gules a cross patee of the first l)etween
two roses argent. Mantling azure and or Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, upon the trunk of a tree fessewise
eradicated and sprouting, a wyvern wings elevated proper,
charged on the breast with a cross pai6e or. Motto —
"\'incit Veritas."

Sons of William Gray, Gentleman, of Gray's Court,

York, b. 1806; d. 1880; m. 1845, Margaret, d. of

Andrew Hutton, W.S. , of Stirling:—

Edwin Gray, Esq., J. P. City of York, LL.B. (Cantab.),

b. 1847; m. 1882, Almira, eld. d. of the late Albert Vickers,

and has issuc^Helen Faith [w. Col. J. Hookham Gardner].

Res. — Gray's Court, Minster Yard, York.

Alan Gray, Gentleman, Mus. Doc. (Cantab.), 6
A'w.— York House, Chaucer Road, Cambridge.

GRAYiU.O.). Gules, a lion rampant argent, holding
between the paws a rudder proper, on a canton ei mine a
harp azure, stringed or. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an anchor argent,
timbered proper. Motto— "Anchor, fast anchor.'

Son of James Gray, Gentleman, of Spencer, Indiana,
U.S.A., and formerly of Londonderry, Ireland, b. ;

m. : —
John Hamiltrn Gray, Gentleman, h. . Res. —

Morrison, Illinois, U.S.A.

GRAY (U.O.). Argent, an anchor erect sable, entwined
by a ribbon azure with the word " Vartry " inscribed
thereon in letters of gold (commemorative of the zeal and
ability evinced by Sir John Gray as Chairman of the Vartry
Waterworks Committee of the Dublin Corporation), on a
canton of the third a castle of the third, flammant proper, as
in the arms of the city of Dublin. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an anchor erect
sable, entwined as in the arms with a ribbon azure with
the word "Vartry" inscribed thereon in letters of gold.
Motto — " Anchor fast anchor."

Son of Edward Dwyer Gray, Esq., M.P. (son of Sir
John Gray of Dublin) : —

Edward Dwyer Gray, Gentleman, b. ; m. .
Res.—G\Qnd\\\i, Sorell Creek, New Norfolk, Tasmania.

Scotstoun, Eastfield House, Cambuslang, J. P. for
CO. Lanark ; served for many years in the 26th Regt. , the
Cameronians, was afterwards Major 3rd Batt. Argyll and

-^. a^o"* scoo ^

Sutherland Highlanders, and late Lieut. -Col. and Hon. Col.
commanding 3rd Batt. Cameronians, Scottish Rifles. Born
Jan. 30, 1840, being the eldest son of the late Thomas Gray-
Buchanan of Ardoch and Scotstown, by his wife Mary
dau. of Michael Rowland of Linthouse co. Lanark.



morial bearuigB — Quarterly, i and 4, or, a lion rampant
sable, holding in his dexter fore-paw a dagger proper,
within a double tressure flowered and counterflowered of
fleur-de-lys of the second, all within a border invected gules
(for Buchanan) ; 2 and 3, gules, a lion rampant, between
three cinquefoils argent, within a bordure engrailed of the
second, the lion charged on the shoulder with a crescent of
the first, for difference (for Gray). Mantling sable and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the liveries, upon the dexter side,
two hands grasping a two-handed sword proper ; and in an
escroll over the same this Motto, " Clariora sequor" (for
Buchanan) ; and upon the sinister side, upon a wreath of
his liveries, an anchor in the sea proper ; and in an
escroll over the same this MottO, "Fast" (for Gray).
Married, August 26, 1873, Kate {d. May 5, 1888), dau.
of James Farie of Farme, co. Lanark ; and has surv.
Issue — (i) James Maurice Gray- Buchanan, Gentle-
man, b. Sept. 26, 1877 [/«. 1913, Jessie Muriel, d. of Sidney
Peechy Fraser of Saltern Creek, Queensland ; and has issue
— James Ian Gray-Buchanan, Gentleman, b. 1914; Sidney
Bruce Gray-Buchanan, Gentleman, b. 19 16 ; Wallace
Gordon Gray-Buchanan, Gentleman, b. 1918] ; Janet Edith ;
Mary Rose ; Kate Farie ; and Elizabeth. Seat — East-
field House, Cambuslang, co. Lanark. Clubs — Army and
Navy, Western (Glasgow), New (Edinburgh).

GRAY-CHEAPE (Rematric. L.O., 4 June 1906). Quar-
terly, I and 4, argent, three ears of wheat slipped in fesse
vert within a bordure of the last (Clieape of Wellfield, orig.

matric. c. 1762-7); 2 and 3, gules, a lion rampant within a
bordure waved argent (Gray of Carse Gray, matric. 1741,
accorded L.R. 1804). Mantlings (dexter), vert, doubled
argent; (sinister), gules, doubled argent. Crests— i. (dexter),
on a wreath of the liveries, a garb or, banded vert, and over it
in an escroll this Motto, " Ditat virtus" (Cheape) ; 2. (sinis-

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