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ter), an anchor fessways fastened to a cable all proper, and
over it in an escroll this Motto, " i^chor fast." Livery —
White, with green facings.

Son of Col. Hugh Annesley Gray-Cheape, (formerly

Cheape), J. P. co. Worcs., Argyll and Sutherland

Highlanders, b. 1878; killed in Great War igi8 ; m.

1906, Carsina Gordon [q.v.), only child and heir of

the late Charles William Gray of Carse : —

Leslie George Gray-Cheape, Gentleman, b. 1917. Seats

— Carse Gray, Forfarshire ; Bentley Manor, Redditch,

Worcs.

GRAYSON of Raven's Point (H. Coll.). Sable, on a
fesse between a portcullis in chief and a lymphad in base
or, two ravens of the field. Mantling sable and or.
€rest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a rising
sun or, a tower proper, issuant therefrom a demi-lion
sable, holding between the paws a spur gold. Badge —



A sea-campion flower, leaved and slipped proper, enflled
by a circlet or. Motto — " Virtus tutissima turris."

Son of Henry Holdrege Grayson, of Birkenhead,
h. ; rf. 1904 ; m. , Elizabeth (i. 1868), d, of

James Mulleneux, of Liverpool : —
Sir Herury Mulleneux Grayson, ist Bart. (28 Jan.
1922), K.B.E., M.P. West Birkenhead 1918-22, b. 1865 ;
m. 1891, Dora Beatrice [arms for Harrington, gules, two
triangles interlaced or, on a chief of the second as many
lions' heads erased sable], d. of the late Frederick
Harrington, of Clanricarde Gardens ; and has issue — (1)
Denis Henry Harrington Grayson, Esq., Lieut, (ret.)
Irish Gds., 6. 1892 \_m. ist, 1916, Elsie May (marriage
dissolved 1927), d. of Richard Jones, of Cardiff ; 2nd,
1927, Sylvia Ironside, d. of the late Richard Keorm-Boyd,
of Ballydingan, co. Down ; and has issue — (by ist
marriage) Ronald Henry Rudyard Grayson, Esq., 6. 1916];
(2) Rupert Stanley Harrington Grayson, Esq., 6. 1897
\m. 1919, Ruby Victoria, d. of Walter Banks] ; (3) Brian
Harrington Grayson, Esq., h. 1900 {Res. — Raven's Point,
Holyhead) ; (4) Tristram Hugh Grayson, Esq., h. 1902
[m. 1928, Barbara, d. of Morgan Finucane, of 10 Ashley
Place, S.W.] ; (5) Ambrose Desmond Harrington Gray-
son, Esq., h. 1913 ; (6) Godfrey Ramsey Harrington Gray-
son, Esq. (twin), h. 1913 ; Ailsa Margaret Harrington \m.
1916, Arthiu- Rawlinson, and has issue] ; Nancy Doreen
Harrington \m. 1919, Louis Drexel, and has issue] ;
Auriol Dora Harrington ; Monica Sheila Harrington [m.
1925, Edward Charles FitzClarence, Lieut. Irish Gds.];
Meryl Lorraine Harrington; and Angela Decima Har-
rington. Seat — Raven's Point, Holyhead. Clvibs —
Carlton, Union.

GREATHED (H. Coll.). Argent, two barrulets plain
between as many engrailed per pale azure and sable, and
an orle of martlets gules. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, out of bulrushes
proper, a stag's head per pale engrailed argent and gules,
attired or, in the mouth an arrow of the first. Motto —
" Work with a will."

Sons of Edward Archer Greathed, Gentleman, b. 1866 ;
d. 1921; m. 1891, Janet \d. 1921), d. of Sir Herbert
George Denman Croft, 9th Bart., of Lugwardine
Court, Herefordshire: —
Bernard Wilberforce Greathed, Esq., Comdr. R.N., b.
1891.
Archer Jack Greathed, Gentleman, b. 1900. Res. —
Son of the late Major-General William Wilberforce
Harris Greathed, C. B. , R.E. , and his wife Alice, only
d. of the Rev. A. Clive of Whitfield, co. Hereford : —
Major Robert Napier Greathed, R.A. , b. 1870; m. i.<i<yj,
Alice Maud, eldest d. of E. H. Greenly, D. L. , of Titley
Court; and has issue— Elizabeth Sarah; and Anne Mar-
garet. Club — Naval and Military.

GREAVES (H Coll.). Argent, on a fesse engrailed
azure between four pellets, thiee in chief and one in base,
each charged with a lion's head erased or, a griffin
passant, wings elevated, between two escallops of the last.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath ot
the colours, an eagle displayed with two heads sable, resting
each claw on a pellet, each charged with a lion's head as in
the arms, and either wing charged with two escallops or.
Motto— " Aquila non captat muscas."

Son of John Whitehead Greaves, Esq., J. P., b. 1807 ;

d. 1880; 7n, 1843, Ellen, d. of Gill Stedman of The

Manor House, Pakenham : —
John Ernest Greaves, Esq. (q.v.).

Son of Edward Seymour Greaves, Esq., J. P.. b. 1849 ;

d. 1910; 771. 1881, Rosamuud Augharad, d. of Edward

Lloyd of Tyn-y-Rhyl, co. Flint :—
Owain Edward Greaves, Esq., late Maj. Roy. Horse
Gds., b. 1882; 771. 1913, Winifrede Agatha ToUemache
(heir presumptive to the Earldom of Dysart), only child of
Charles Norman Lindsay ToUemache-Scott, Esq., J. P.
and D. L. , of Bosworth Park, Leicester, and has issue —
3 daus. Res. — Glangwna, Carnarvonshire. Clubs — Turf,
Marlborough.

GREAVES (2 July 1782, H. Coll. ). Quarterly, gules and
vert, an eagle displayed, holding in the beak a slip of oak
fructed or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, on a
mount vert, a stag trippant or, holding in his mouth a slip
of oak of the first. Motto — " Deo non fortuna." Livery —
A light drab or cream-coloured cloth coat, lined crimson,
the waistcoat of the last, the breeches light drab or cream-



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coloured plush, the greatcoat drab, braided round the cape
and cuffs with crimson cord, hats gold-laced.

Sons of Francis Edward Greavfs, Esq., J. P. co. Derby,

Capt. Derbyshire Rifle \'olunteers, k 1840 ; d. 1908 ;

m. 1872, Emma, second d. of Thomas Storer Partington

of Blackbrook, co. Derby : —
Henry Fo.xlowe Greaves, Gentleman, ^. 1875 '• '"• ^9°7'
Mabel, d. of Ralph Goddard of (Queen's Town, Cape
Colony ; and has issue — (i) Francis Ralph Greaves,
Gentleman, />. 1908; (2) William Fo.xlowe Greaves, Gentle-
man. /•. 1910.

Edward Newton Bagshawe Greaves, Gentleman, d. 1880.
Francis Gordon Hamilton Greaves, Gentleman, />. 1885;
M. 1918, Gladys, d. of Frederick Payne, of Brighton, and
has issue — Francis Murray Foxlowe Greaves, Gentleman,
d. 1924 ; Elizabeth Mary ; and Patricia Hamilton. A'^j. —
Woodbank, Hurstmonceux, Sussex.

JOHN ERNEST GREAVES. Esquire, C.B.E., Justice
of the Peace and Deputy-Lieatenant for the county of
Merioneth, for which he served ihe office of High Sheriff in
the year 1884, and Justice of the Peace for the county of
Carnarvon, for which he served the office of High Sheriff in
the year 1885, and Lord-Lieutenant of that county sincf the
year 1886, Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Honorary Colonel
6th Territorial Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, President
Carnarvonshire Territorial Forces Association. Born 1847,
being the eldest son of the late John W'hitehead Greaves,
Esquire, of Bericote House, in the county of Warwick,
J. P. Warwick, J. P. and D. L. Merioneth and Carnarvon,
High Sheriff i860, by Ellen his wife, daughter of Gill
Stedman of the Manor House, Pakenham, in the county
of Suffolk. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms :
Argent, on a fesse engrailed azure, between four




pellets, three in chief and one in base, each charged
with a lion's head erased or, a griffin passant, wings
elevated, between two escallops of the last. Upon the
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
mantling azure and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a
wreath of the colours, an eagle displayed with two heads
sable, resting each claw on a pellet, each charged with a
lion's head, as in the arms, and either wing charged with
two esc.iUops or; with the Motto, " Aquila non captat
muscas." Married, 1875, Marianne, daughter of the late
Rigby, Doctor of Medicine, of Berkeley Square, London,



W. ; and has surv. /w«^— Dorothy [m. 1905, Capt. Godfrey
Drage, J. P. , and has issue— two daus.]. Postal addresses—
Bron Eifion, Criccieth ; Glan Gwna, Carnarvon. Club—
Reform.



RICHARD METHUEN GREAVES, Esquire, Justice
P of the Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant for the counties
of Carnarvon and Merioneth. Born 1852, being the third
son of the late John Whitehead Greaves, Esquire, of
Bericote House, in the county of Warwick, Justice of the
Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant for that county, for which
he served the office of High Sheriff in the year i860, by
Ellen his wife, daughter of Gill Stedman of the Manor
House. Pakenham, in the county of Suffolk. Armorial
bearings — He bears for Arms : Argent, on a fesse
engrailed azure between four pellets, three in chief
and one in base, each charged with a lion's head
erased or, a griffm passant, wings elevated, between two
escallops of the last. Upon the escutcheon is placed a
helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling azure and
argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
an eagle displayed with two heads sable, resting each claw
on a pellet, charged with a lion's head, as in the arms,
and either wing charged with two escallops or ; with the
Motto, "Aquila non captat muscas." Married, 1883,
Constance Ivlary, second daughter of ttie late J. Dugdale of
Wroxall Abbey, in the county of Warwick, Esquire, Justice
of the Peace. Postal address — Portmadoc, North Wales.
Club — Junior Carlton.



GREAVES (H. Coll.). Gules, two bendlets cr, over all
an eagle fiisplayed ermine. MantUng gules and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a demi-eagle
erased or, the body transpierced from the sinister by an
arrow fesse wise sable, in the beak a cross crosslet fitch^e
sable. Motto — "Gravis dum suadis."

Sons of Edward Patrick Greaves, Esq., Captain Suffolk

Militia, of Culcheth Hall.Teddington, Middx., *. 1855;

d. 1897; m. 1886, Mabel Johnstone, d. of James

Johnstone Bevan, Esq., J. P. Suffolk, of Northgate

House, Bury St. Edmund's : —

Edward John Greaves, Esq., M.C. (1918). Captain (ret.)

Royal Welch Fusiliers (Special Reserve), b. 1888; t?i. ist,

1909, Blanche Kathleen Phillips (d. 1918), d. of Rev. John

Phillips Dickson ; 2nd, 1920, Margaret Hope, d. of Nicholas

Robinson, Esq., J. P. co. Salop; and has issue by ist

marriage— Kathleen Marjorie ; and Jean Patricia. Res.—

South Wraxall Lodge, nr. Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts.

Ralph Charles Johnstone Greaves, Gentleman, b. 1890.
Postal address— c/o Oxford University P. ess. Amen House,
S.E.



GREAVES-LORD (H. Coll.). Gules, on a bend between
two pheons or, a baton azure, a chief of the second, thereon
a rose gules barbed and seeded proper between two fire-
beacons proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a crested lark proper. Motto—' ' Age.
quod agis."

Son of Simeon Lord, of Southport, b. 1844 ; d. 1908 ;'

m. 1871, Hannah Maria, d. of John Elliott, of

Dunstable : —

Sir Walter Greaves-Lord, Knt. Bach. (1927), K.C.,

LL.B., NLP. for Norwood Div. of Lambeth since 1922,

Barrister-at-Law and Bencher, Gray's Inn, a Freeman of the

City of London, Recorder of Manchester since 1925, b. 1878 ;

assumed by Deed Poll 1910 the additional surname of

Greaves ; m. 1903, Caroline Ethel, d. of Sir Albert

Frederick Stephenson, J. P., of Park Grange, Southport;

and has issue — Harold Greaves-Lord, Esq., b. 1906 [m.

1927, Marjorie Beatrice, d. of C. J. Salmon]; and Simone

Joan. Res, — Windy Gap, Seaford, Sussex; iii Thurlow

Park Road, S.E. 21. C/k*.?— Carlton , St. Stephen's, Union

(Manchester).



GREEN, see EGERTON-GREEN.



ARTHUR GREEN, Gentleman. Born July 30, 1842,
being the third son of the late Richard Green of Essendon,
near Hertford (Euijland), and of Launceston, Tasmania,
bv his wife Hannah, daughter of Richard Jackson, of
Yorkshire, England. Armorial bearings — Argent,



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within two bendlets nebuly sable, a lion passant be-
tween two crosses pat6e gules, the whole between as
many escallops of the second, and in chief a mullet for
difference ; Crest, on a wreath of the colours, in front of
a cubit arm erect proper, the hand grasping an anchor
in bend sinister sable, a cross pat^e between two escallops
or; Motto, " Je ferai bien." Married, April 15, 1876,
Florence, daughter of Charles James Weedon ; and has
Issue — (1) Richard Vyvyan Weedon Green, Gentleman,
b. February 27, 1877; (2) Eric Arthur Weedon Green,




b. 1893 ; Nancy Lycett [w. ist, 1907, Capt. Adrian Rose,
Royal Horse Guards, who died 1908; 2nd, 1911, 4th
Baron Vivian, and has issue] ; and Phyllis Mary Lycett
\m. 1910, Col. George Francis Milner, D.S.O. , 5th Lancers
{d. 1921), and has issue]. Seats — Ken Hill, King's Lynn,
Norfolk; Ashfield.York. C///^^— Carlton, White's, Boodle's.
Francis William Green, Esq., late Lt.-Col. Yorkshire
Dragoons I.Y. , F.S.A. , b. 1861. Res. — Treasurer's House,




York ; Six Hills, Leics. ; 186 Ebury Street, S.W. Clubs-
White's, Marlborough, Carlton.



GREEN (H. Coll., 1890). Argent, between two bendlets



Gentleman, b. December i, 1878; (3) Harold Weedon
Green, Gentleman, b. August 13, 1880; (4) Lionel Hard-
wicke Weedon Green, Gentleman, h. October 11, 1886;
and Elsie Beryl Weedon. Postal address — " Windarra,"
22 High Street, Launceston, Tasmania. Chib — Launces-
ton (Launceston, Tasmania).

GREEN. Vert, gutt^e-d'eau, three stags trippant or,
and two roses in fesse argent. Mantling' vert and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a mount
proper, thereon a stag trippant or, gorged with a collar
gemel vert, three roses fessewise argent. Motto — " Waste
not." Livery — Dark green, green and white waistcoat.

Sons of Sir Edward Green, Bart., of Wakefield, co.
York, and Ken Hill, Norfolk, T.P. and D.L. co. York,
J.P. Norfolk, M.P. for Wakefield 1874 and 1885-92,
b. 1831 ; d. 1923; m. 1850, Mary [d. 1902), d. of
William Edward Lycett of Bowdon, co. Chester: —
Sir Edward Lycett Green, 2nd Bart. (March 5, 1886),
b. i860; m. 1885, Ethel Mary, O.B.E., Lady of Grace of
the Order of the Hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem, d. of
Arthur Wilson, Esq., of Tranby' Croft, Hull, co. Yorks.,
and has issue— Edward Arthur Lycett Green, Esq., Major
Yorkshire Dragoons Yeo. , b. 1886 [w. 1909, Elizabeth
(from whom he obtained a divorce 1922), elder d. of David
Williams, Barr.-at-Law, and has issue -Edward Stephen
Lycett Green, Esq., b. 1910; Simon Lycett Green, Gentle-
man, b. 191 2 (C/z/*— White's)]; David Cecil Lycett Green,
Lieut. R.N. (ret.), b. 1892 \m. 1923, Angela, d. of Edward
Hubert Courage, of Kirkby Fleetham Hall, Bedale. Yorks.,
and has issue— Richard David Rafe Lycett Green, Gentle-
man, b. 1925] ; Francis Denis Lycett Green, Gentleman,




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the wlK)le between as many escallops of the second. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a cub;t arm erect
proper, the hand grasping an anchor in bend sinister sable
a cross pat^e between two escallops or. Motto — " Je ferai
bien."

Sons of Ricliard Green of Essendon, near Hertford
(England), and of Launceston, in tlie Colony of Tas-
mania, by his wife Hannah, d. of Richard Jackson: —
Richard Green, Gentleman. t<. 1836. Post. add. — Laun-
ceston Club, 59 Brisbane Street, Launceston, Tasmania.

Alfred Green, Gentleman, />. 1838 ; m. 1870, Rose, d. of
George W'ilham Barnard ; and has issue— Alfred Lawrence
Green, Gentleman, h. 1875. Post, add. — ^i George Street,
Launceston, Tasmania. Club — Launceston (Launceston,
Tasmania).

Edwin Jackson Green, Gentleman, b. 1845 ; m. 1880,
Lucie, d. of James M'Nicol ; and lias issue — (\) Reginald
Percy Green, Gentleman, b. 1884 [;//. 1924, Cecilia Edith
Wood]; (2) Mervyn Leslie Green, Gentleman, b. 1892;
(3) Esmond Jackson Green, Gentleman, b. 1898 [/«. 1923,
Ada Victoria, 3rd d. of John Laird, of Mile End, Adelaide,
and has issue — Patrici.i Mavie] ; Effie Madeline ; Lilian
May ; Hilda Constance ; and Muriel Evelyn. Post. add.
— 28 Buxton Street, North Adelaide, South Australia.



colours, a demi-buck springing per fesse or and azure,
charged with two crescents counterchanged. Motto —
" Virtus semper viridis."

Son of 'I'homas Green, Esq., late of Poulton Lan-
celyn, J. P. co. Merioneth, b. 1822; d. 1911 ; m. 1842,
Harriet Mary, eld. d. of Thomas Lough, Liverpool : —
Herbert Lancelyn Green, Esq., late Major 3rd R.G.M.,
b. 1857; tn. 1st, 1879, Margaret 'Thornton {d. 1917), d. of
Rev. John Reade ; 2nd, 1920, Eliza, only d. of the late
Frederick Bowden, merchant, of Liverpool; and has had
issue — (i) Herbert Thomas Chorley Lancelyn Green, Gentle-
man, b.iBSi [w. i9i6,MaudJoleffe; and has issue — Margaret
Maud Lancelyn ; and Nancy Lancelyn] ; (2) Gilbert Arthur
Lancelyn Green, Esq., M.C., late Major R.F. A., b. 1887
[m. 1915, Helena Mary Phyllis, d. of Lt.-Col. Charles
William Henry Sealy, R.A., and has issue — Roger Gilbert
Lancelyn Green, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; Siward Richard
Lancelyn Green, Gentleman, b. 1924; Gwyn Amphyllis
Lancelyn ; and Diana Siwerida Lancelyn (Res. — Poulton
Lancelyn, Bromborough, Cheshire)] ; Margaret Mary Maud
Lancelyn \m. 1904, Jesse Howarth Roberts] ; Sybil Harriet
Lancelyn \_m. 1907, Lawrence Gaston Walker]; Eliza Gwen
Lancelyn, d. 1909 [w. 1908, Albert Myburg Vander Byl].
Res. — Fernside, West Derby, Liverpool.



SIR FRANCIS HAYDN GREEN, second Bart.
(1901), a Member of Commission of Lieutenancy for
the City of London, Capt. ist London Vols. Born 1871,
being the eldest son of Sir Frank Green, first Bart.,
Sheriff 1897-98, and Lord Mayor of London 1900-01.
Armorial bearings (H. Coll., 1901)— Vert, three bezants
within two chevronels, the whole between as many
castles with two towers in chief and a horse's head couped
in base, all or. Mantling vert and or. Crest -On a wreath
of the colours, issuant from the battlements of a tower
gules, a horse's head or, between two ears of wheat stalked
and leaved proper. Motto— "^quam servare menteni."
Married, 1904, Viola Evelyn, d. of Henry B. Wheatley,
D.C.L., F.S.A. ; and has Issue — Evelyn Kate. Res. —
Inglewood House, West End Lane, N.W.

GREEN of Poulton (R.L., 1829, H. Coll.). Azure, three



GREEN of St. Katharine's and Gracemount, Midlothian
(L.O.). Vert, a figure of Justice proper, on a chief or, a
book proper, leaved gules. Mantling vert, dcubled or.





Crest— On a wreath cf his liveries, a dexter hand in a
gauntlet couped at the wrist, holding a branch of holly
proper. Motto— "Erst wagen denn wagen." Livery—
Green.

Son of William Green of Edinburgh, Law Publisher,

b. 1831 ; d. 1885; m. 1865, Margaret, d. of Edward

Howling : —

Charles Edward Green, Gentleman, Publisher, b. 1866;

m. 1897, Maggie Anne, yr. d. of late John Dalrj uple.

Post, add.— 2 Giles Street, Edinburgh.



bucks trippant erminois, on a chief or, three crescents sable.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the



GREEN (H. Coll.). Azure, two stags trippant proper
on a chief double arched or, three ears of barley also
proper. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, two stags' antlers erect proper, between the



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or. MottrO — "Fides prasstantiorauro." Liveiy — Dark blue
coat, gilt buttons.

Son of Joseph Green, h. 1808 ; d. 1886 ; m. 1845,

Susannah, d. of John Foster : —
John William Geen, Esquire, J. P. Bedfordshi e. High
Sheriff 1906, b. 1847 ; m. 1871, Mary, yr. d. of the late
John Cumberland, Esq., J. P.; and has had issue — (i)
Sidney Joseph Green, Esq., J. P., Lt.-Col. Comdg. 105th
Bedfordshire Yeo. Bde., R.A. (T.A.), D.L. co. Bedford,
b. 1876 (Clubs — Boodle's, Cavalry, Guards', Travellers',
Pratt's); (2) Harold Philip Green, Esq., Lt.-Col. late com.
3rd Batt. The Bedfordshire Regt... b. 1877 (Res. — Winkfield
Lodge, Windsor Forest, Berks.) ; (3) Reginald Cumberland
Green, Gentleman, iJ. 1884; killed in action 1916; Gertrude
Mary [m. 1906, Sidney Tabor] ; Winifred Mabel ; Hilda
Marion [?n. 1908, James Duncan Law] ; and Elsie Margaret.
Seat — The Larches, Luton, Bedfordshire. C/«3^— Junior
Carlton, Constitutional, County (Bedford).

GREEN (H. Coll.). Chequy argent and azure, on a
chevron of the second, three stags trippant or. Mantling^




in front of a stag's head couped at the neck gules, gorged
with a collar chequy as in the arms, three crescents fesse-
wise each ensigned by a mullet or. Motto^" Fais que
dois."

Fourth son of the late Thomas Green, Gentleman, of
Hong-Kong : —
Wilfrid Charles Lennard Green, Gentleman, b. 1876 ;
m. 1913, Beatrice Jane, d. of John Henry Dean, and widow
of Thomas Charles Palmer. Res. — Westwood, Dallington,
Northants. Clubs — Thatched House ; Northampton
County.

Son of the late Frederick Ernest Green, Gentleman : —
David Green, Gentleman, B.A. Res. —

Son of the late H. T. S. Green, Gentleman, of New
York, b. 1864 ; m. : —

Harry Stewart Green, Gentleman, b. 1908. Res. —

Son of H. E. Green, Gentleman : —
John Sinclair Green, Gentleman, b. 1904. Res. —

O.REEN of Spalding (H. Coll.). Quaiterly, i and 4,
azure three bucks trippant or, on a chief of the last a fleur-
de-lys between two annulets of the first (Green) ; 2 and 3,
argent, three bars wavy couped between as many estoiles
all gules (Everard). Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours,




azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of ihe co/ours,



in front of a buck's head couped or, between the attires an
annulet azure, a fleur-de-lys and two annulets as in the
arms. MottO — "Spiritu principali." Livery — Blue and
yellow.

Son of Charles Green of Holdich House, in the parish
of Spalding, in the co. of Lincoln, by his wife Mary,
fourth d. and co-heir of Henry Everard of Spalding : —
The late Everard Green, F.S.A., Rouge Dragon Pur-
suivant of Arms, b. 1844 ; d. 1926.

GREEN-ARMYTAGE (R.L., 26 June 1807, H. Coll.).
Argent, a lion's head between three crosses bottony, in the
centre chief point an escallop gules. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
holly-bush proper, a dexter arm embowed, vested ermine,
the cuff azure, the hand grasping a spear, at each end a
pheon also proper. Motto — " Arma et age."

Son of James Green-Armytage of Greenhouse, Yorks.,

b. 1798 ; d. ; m. : —
Charles Green-Armytage, Gentleman, b. 1867 ; m. and
has issue — Charles Frederick Green-Armvtage, Gentleman,
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Gentleman, b. 1^27 (Res. — Ashfurlarg, Dove, nr. Sheffield)] ;
Eric Green-Armytage, Gentleman, B.Sc. Sheftiold, b. 1902.
Jies. — Cavendish Avenue, Dove, nr. Sheffield.

Surv. sons of the Rev. Joseph North Green-Armytage,

M.A. , St. Johns Coll., Camb. , of Thickhollins, co.

Yorks., b. 1805 ; d. 1873; m. 1837, Harriet, d. of John

Dodson of Lancaster : —
John William Green-Armytage, Gentleman, b. 1842 ;
m. Charlotte Ida Crichton ; and has had issue — (i) John
Crichton Greeii-.^rniytage, Gentleman, I?. 1872; (2) Henry
Richard Green-Armytage, Gentleman, b. 1876, missing,
supposed dead. A'es. — Tremorna, Coverack, Cornwall.

Henry Dodson Green-Armytage, Gentleman, b. 1848;
m. 1886, Rosa Caroline, d. of Henry Boyce of Oxford,
Suffolk; and has issue — (i) Geoffrey Green-Armytage,
Gentleman, b. 1888 [m. and has issue — i dau.] ; (2) Maurice
Green-Armytage, Gentleman, b. 1890 [m. and has issue —
2 daus.]^. Res. — 116 23rd Street, W., North Vancouver,
British Columbia.

Alfred Green-Armvtage, Gentleman, b, 1850; w. 1876,
Amy Julia, d. of Robert T. H. Bartley, M.D., of Clifton,
Bristol ; and has issue — (i) Robert North Green-Armytage,
Gentleman, Barr.-at-Law (Middle Temple), b. 1878 ; (2)
Lt.-Col. Paul Dayrell Green-Armytage, late 5 '117th Royal
Mahrattas, India, b. 1881 ; (3) Lt.-Col. Vivian Bartley Green-
Armytage, M.D., F.R.C.P., Indian Medical Service, /5. 1882.
A'^f.— Clifton, Bristol.



GREEN-EMMOTT. Quarterly, i and 4, azure, a fesse
ermine, between three buffaloes' heads caboshed or (for
Emmott) ; 2 and 3, per chevron argent and gules, in chief two
sprigs of holly fructed proper, in base a stag trippant argent,
attired or (for Green). Mantling azure and argent. Crests
— I. out of a ducal coronet composed of five leaves
erminois, a demi-buffalo sable, armed and unguled or (for
Emmott) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a stags head
argent, erased or, attired sable, gorged with a collar geniel
gules, holding in the mouth a sprig of holly, as in the
arms (for Green). Mottoes — " Tenes le vraye " ; " Nee in
arido defit." Livery — (Full dress), blue and gold, red plush
breeches; (undress), blue, and blue and yellow striped
waistcoat.

Sons of Walter Egerton John Green-Emmott, Esquire,

J. P. CO. Pal. Lancaster, Capt. 3rd Batt. East Lanes.

Regt. ; succeeded his father in 1876 and his cousin