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or and gules. Motto — "Spes mea in Deo." Livery—
Claret.

Sonof Arthur Percy Guinness, Gentleman, iJ. 1857; d.
1919; m. 1893, Marie, d. of Thomas Bedford, Gentle-
man, of Hereford : —
William Andrews Guinness, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; m.
1925, Violet, E. of H. Martin of Wallington. Res. —
Wallington, Surrey.

Sons of Arthur Hart Guinness, Gentleman, Proctor

and Notary Public, b. 1827; d. 1901 ; m. 1857, Ellen,

d. of John Galloway of Monkstown ■. —

Lewis Hart Guinness, Gentleman, b. 1865. Res —

Bertram Irving Hart Guinness, Gentleman, b. 1873.

Res.—

Sons ofThomas Hosea Guinness, Esq., J. P. co. Dublin,

b. 1831 ; d. 1888; m. 1859, Ma y, d. and h. of Charles

Davis, Esq., J. P., of Cloragh and Tibradden, co.

Dublin ; and Ccolmanagh, co. Carlow : —

Col. Charles Davis Guinness, R.F.A., *. i860; w. 1889,

Hon. Lucy Matilda Anne Massy, d. of 6th Baron Massy ;

and has had issue— (1) Hugh Spencer Guinness, Gentleman,

b. 1890; d. 1922; and (2) Capt. Owen Charles Guinness,

O.B.E., The Worcestershire Regt., b. 1894 [in. \^'2'j,

Katharine, d. of the late C. A. Smith-Ryland, of Barford

Hill, CO. Warwick]. y?«.— Tibradden, Kathfarnham, co.

Dublin.

Ernest Whitmore Guinness, Esq., Major late ccmdg.
Medway Div. R.E. (Mil.), J. P. co. Dublin, b. 1865. Res.
—Tibradden, Rathfarnham, Dublin.

Descendants of Arthur Guinness of Beaumont, co.
Dublin, Esq., J. P., D.L., b. 1768; d. 1855; m. 1793.
Anne [d. 1817), d. and cah. of Benjamin Lee of Merrion,
CO. Dublin : —
See preceding entry.
Sons of Rev. William Newton Guinness, Rector of
South Garra, Melbourne, rf. I m. 3d, Ha riet,

d. of Rev. Edward Day, Rector of Sligo :—
Edward John Day Guinness, Gentleman, b. . Res. —
Francis Spencer Guinness, Gentleman, *. . Res.—
Robert Cecil Day Guinness, Gentleman,^. ; tn. 1892,

Madeline Rede, d. of Robert Orford Buckley ; and has
issue— (i) Eric Cecil Guinness, Gentleman, b. 1894; and
Barbara Frances Mary. Res. —

Ernest Whitmore Guinness, Gentleman, b. . Res.—

Sons of Arthur Guinness, Gentleman, .VI.D., F.R.C.S.,

Dublin, b. 1813; d. ; m. 1835, Amelia Henrietta,

d. of Capt. John Neville Norcott D'Este.re, R.N. :—

Benjamin Grattan Harrison Guinness, Gentleman, b.

1836. Res.—

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Henry Cramer Guinness, Esq., Surg. Lieut. -Col. (ret.),
R.A., d. 1838; m. 1875, Emily, d. of Charles Montagu
O msby ; and has issue — Amy Ormsby [m. Rev. Patrick
Pirrie Conerney, B.A., Rector of Quin, co. Clae]; Eva
D'Esterre ; Norah Henrietta; Lily Maud ; and Mabel Lucy.
/fes.—

Arthur D'Esterre Guinness, Gentleman, i. 1849. /fes. —
Sons of Rev. Henry Grattan Guinness, D.D. , F. R.A.S. ,
F. R.G.S. , Founder of the East London Institute for
Home and Foreign Missions, (J. 1835 ; d. 1910; m. ist,
i860, Fanny Emma (d. 1898), d. of Major Edward
Marlborough Fitzgerald ; 2nd, 1903, Grace, d. of C.
Russell Hurditch of London : —
John Christopher Guinness, Gentleman, B.A. O.xon.,
d. 1906. J?es.—8 Courtfield Gardens, S.W.
Paul Ambrose Guinness, Gentleman, d. 1908.

Son of Rev. Robert Wyndham Guinness, M.A,
(Camb. ), Rector and Rural Dean of Rathdrum, Surro-
gate of Diocese of Glendalough, i. 1837; d. 1919;
m. 1872, Dora Victoria, d. of William Boxvvell of
Abbey leix, M.D. : —
Rev. Percy Wyndham Guinness, D.S.O., M.C., Senior
Chaolain to the Forces, Shorncliffe, d. 1875 ; m. 1925,
Frieda, d. of Col. Wade-Thompson, of Clonskeagh Castle,
CO. Wicklow. I?es. — Shorncliffe, Kent.

Sons of Richard Seymour Guinness, Esq., of 16 Rut-
land Gate, S.W. , J. P. Dubhn, d. 1826; d. 1915 ;
m. 1857, Elizabeth Jane {d. 1906), d. of Rev. John Darley
and his wife, Susan, d. of Arthur Guinness : —
Robert Darley Guinness, Esq., J P. , co. Warwick, B.A.
(Camb.), i. 1858; m. 1887, Lydia Lucy L., d. of H. M.
Smythe of Barbavilla House, Westmeath ; and has issue —




Richard Smythe Guinness, Esq.. Lieut. R.N.V.R., d. 1888;
and Elizabeth Muriel Smythe [m. 1924, J. A. F. March
Phillipps de Lisle, and has issue]. Seat— Woonon Hall,
Wootton Warren, co. Warwick. CIu6~Ox{ord and
Cambridge.



Gerald Seymour Guinness, Esq., B.A. , T.C.D. , D. L. .
CO. Dublin, J. P. co. Roscommon, Bar.-at-Law, i. 1862;
m. 1897, Eleanor Grace (d. 1926), d. of Capt. Arthur
Watson de Capell Brooke ; and has issue — Gerald Richard
de Capell Brooke Guinness, Esq., Capt. Coldstream Gds. ,
6. 1899 ; Anthony Wentworth Guinness, Gentleman, fi. 1907 ;
Hermione Grace ; and Georgina Elizabeth. Seat— Donon
House, Dorton, Thame, Oxon. C/i/3— Travellers'.

Arthur Eustace Seymour Guinness, Gentleman, 6. 1867 ;
m. 1897, Wilhelmina, d. of the late William Henry
Forester ; and has issue — Barbara Elizabeth. Seat —
Greens Norton Hall, Towcester, Northants.

Benjamin Seymour Guinness, Esq., Lieut, late R. N., d.
1868 ; m. 1892, Bridget, d. of Sir Richa d Williams-Bulkeley,
nth Bart. ; and has issue — Thomas Noel Evelyn Bulkeley
Guinness, Gentleman, Lieut, late Irish Gds., d. 1906
[m. 1927, Hon. Joan Barbara Yarde-Buller, d. of 3rd Baron
Churston] ; and 2 daus. J^es.—S Washington Square,
N. New York City.

Richard Sidney Guinness, Gentleman, i. 1873; f^-
1895, Emelie (obtained a divorce i9ii)d. of Capt. Charles
Weimar, German Imperial Guards, Clui — Garrick.

Sons of Henry Guinness, E;q., J. P. co. Dublin, of
Burton Hall (2nd sen of Robert Rundell Guinness), d.
1829 ; d. 1893 ; m. 1858, Emelina {d. 1906), d. of
James Brown of Edinburgh : —

Henry Seymour Guinness, Esq., educ. at Winchester
and the Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's
Hill, Argyll Scholar, 1879, Indian Public Works Dept.
1880-95, Lieut. Burmah State Railway Vol. Rifles 1885.
Burmah medal and three clasps, 1885-92; A.M.I.C.E.
1894, High Sheriff, co. Dublin 1899, Senator Irish Free
State 1922, t. 1858 ; m. 1900, Mary Middleton, d. of Rtbert
Stagg Bainbridge of Keverstone, co. Durham ; and has
issue — Moira Emelina [m. 1923, Arthur Lafone F.ank
HillsJ ; Rachel Ursula Isolde ; Patricia ; and Heather
Seymour. Seat — Burton Hall, Stillorgan, co. Dublin.
Res. — 16 Queen's Gate, S.W. 7. Clubs— \Jn\OTv

(London), Kildare Street (Dublin).

Howard Rundell Guinness, Gentleman, b. 1863 ; tn. 1887 ;
Mary Aliae, d. of the late Rev. W. Newton Guinness,
Rector of Coolooney, co. Sligo, and has issue — (i) Henry
Samuel Howard Guinness, Gentleman, b. 1888 {m. 1913,
Alfhold, d. of O. Christian Holter of Chnstiania, Norway,
and has issue — George Francis Howard Guinness, Gentle-
man, b. 1915 ; and 3 daus.] ; (2) Edward Douglas Guinness,
Esq., Paymaster-Lieut. R.N.R.,/?. 1893; (3) Arthur Rundell
Guinness, Esq., Capt. and Adjt. Manchester Regt.. served
Great War, b. 1895 [in. 1923, Frances Patience, d. of the
late Edward Fortescue Wright, C.M.G. , of Chudleigh,
Devon, and Jamaica, and has issue — Edward Alexander
Rundell Guinness, Gentleman, b. 1924 ; and Patience Pamela
(28 Seymour Street, W. )] ; (4) Frederick Roberts Guinness,
Gentleman, b. 1900 [m. 1925, Norah, d. of Deane Shelton
of Rossmore, co. Limerick]; (5) Brian Cecil Guinness,
Gentleman, b. 1903. Res. — Clandon Regis, West Clandon,
Surrey.

Richard Noel Guinness, Esq., B..^. (Oxon.), J. P. co.
Dublin, b. 1870; m. 1894, Mary, dau. of Henry Stokes
of Howth, CO. Dublin, and has issue — Henry Eustace
Guinness, Gentleman, b. 1897, Lieut. R.A. , seived Great
War [m. 1924, Beatrice, d. of Col. G. A. Boothby, and
has issue — Anthony Peter Boothby Guinness, (jentJeman,
b. 1925 (Club — Kildare Street)! ; and Margaret Aideen
Res. — Ceanchor House, The Bailey, co. Dublin. Clubs —
Dublin University, Roy. St. George's Yacht.

Sons of Rev. Robert Guinness, M.A. Oxon., Vicar of
Market Harborongh, and Rural Dean, b. 1841 ; rf.
1918 ; m. 1866, Grace Harriet, d. of Very Rev. William
John Butler, D.D., Dean of Lincoln : —

Rev. Arthur Robert Henry Guinness, Esq., M.A. (Oxon.),
Vicar of Tong, b. 1880; m. 1925, Maud Frances, d. of
William Sharp, of Cheltenham. Res. — Tong Vicarage,
Shifnal, Salop.

William Ernest Guinness, Esq. , Major Reserves Man-
chester Regt., b. 1882; m. 1922, Do;othy (d. 1923), d. of
the late James Campsie Dalgleish of Campsie. Res. —
1 1 The Precincts, Canterbury.

JOHN CECIL JENKINSON GUINNESS, Gentle-
man. Born 1890, being the only son of Arthur Cecil Cope
Jenkinson Guinness, by his second wife Agnes Mary, dau.
of the late Capt. Gordon Gilchrist, R.A. Armorial bear-
ings — Quarterly, i and 4, per saltire gules and azure, a lion
rampant or, on a chief ermine, a dexter hand couped of
the first (for Guinness) ; 2 and 3, azure, on a fesse wavy



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argent, a cross pat6e gules, in chief two estoiles or (for
Jenkinson). Mantling or and gulex Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, a boar passant quarterly or and gules.
Motto — "Spes mea in Deo."



GUISE. Gules, seven lozenges conjoined, three, three
and one vair, on a canton or, a mullet of six points
pierced sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Out
of a ducal coronet or, a swan rising proper, collared and
chained gold, charged with a lozenge as in the arms.
Motto — '• Quo honestior eo tulior. " Livery — White coat,
with dark-blue facings, the latter edged with gold lace ;
red waistcoat, blue plush breeches.

Son of Sir William Fiancis George Guise, fifth

Baronet, J. P. and D. L. co. Gloucester, Hon. Col. and

Lieut. -Col. 3rd Battalion the Gloucestershire Regt.,

b. 1851 ; (/. 1920; 7n. 1887, Ada Caroline, second dau.

of late Octavius Edward Coope, Esq., D.L., M.P.,

of Rochetts, Brentwood : —

Sir .Anselm William Edward Guise, 6th Bart. (9 Dec.

1783) [Supporters, which were granted by Royal

Warrant dated January 12, 1863, to General Sir John

W. Guise, Baronet, G.C.B., and the heirs male of his

body, to whom the dignity of a Baronet shall descend

under the patent of creation ; on the dexter side, a swan

with wings endorsed argent, crusily and langued gules,

beaked and membered sable, collared and chained or ; and

on the sinister side a bear sable, billettt?e and collared and

chained or, langued and armed gules] J. P. and (1926)

High Sheriff, Gloucester, formerly Lieut. Gloucester \>o.,

b. 1888; m. 1924, Margaret, d. of Sir James Augustus

Grant, Bart, of Househill, co. Nairn, and has issue —

John Grant Guise, Esq., b. 1927; and Philippa Margaret.

Estates — Elmore Court, near Gloucester; Lassington, nr.

Gloucester; Rochetts, Brentwood, in the county of Essex.

Postal add. — Elmore Court, Gloucester. Clubs — Carlton,

Wellington.

GULL (H. Coll., 1872). Azure, a serpent nowed or,
between three sea-gulls proper, and as an honourable
augmentation a canton ermine, thereon an ostrich feather
argent, quilled or, enfiled by the coronet from the badge
of the Prince of \\'ales or. Mantling azure and or.
Crests — I. (of honourable augmentation) a lion passant
gpaardant or, supporting with the dexter paw an escutcheon
azure thereon an ostrich feather argent, quilled or, and
enfiled by a coronet as in the arms ; 2. on a wreath of
the colours, two arms embowed, vested azure, cuffed argent,
the hands proper holding a torch or, fired also proper.
Motto — "Sine Deo frustra."

Son of Sir William Cameron Gull, 2nd Bart., \L.-\.

(O.xon.), Barrister-at-Law, C.C. , and J. P. Berks.,

M.P., b. i860; d. 1922; ni. ist, i886, Hon. Annie

Clayton Lindley (d. 1908), d. of Lord Lindley —

Sir Richard Cameron Gull, 3rd Bart. (8 Feb. 1872), Capt.

late Rifle Bde. served Great War (despatches), b. 1894;

m. 1917, Dona Eva Swinnerton, d. of the late Sir Thomas

Swinnerton Dyer, Bart. , and has issue —Michael Swinnerton

Cameron (lull, Esq., b. 1919 ; and Pamela Dona Anne.

Seat — Brighlwell Park, Watlington.Oxon. Club — Brooks's.



nCORNWALLIS ROBERT DUCAREL GUN-
CUXINGHAME, Esquire, J.P. and D.L. for co.
Wicklow, and High .Sheriff, 1886, Capt. and Hon. Major
Wicklow Artillery, Temp. Major R.G.A. 1915-19, Lord of
the Manor of ^Iount Kennedy. Born 1857, being the
only son of the late Col. Robert G. A. H. Gun-
Cuninghame, J.P. and D.L. of Mount Kennedy, in co.
Wicklow, by his wife Isabella, only dau. of the Rt.
Rev. Lord Robert Tottenham, Bishop of Clogher, son of
the first Marquess of Ely. Armorial bearings — Quarterly,
I and 4, argent, a shake-fork sable, between three roses
gules, barbed and seeded vert (for Cuninghame) ; 2 and 3,
azure, a chevron ermine, between three cannon barrels fesse-
wise or (for Gun). Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
stump of an oak tree fructed with a single acorn proper,
surmounted with a scroll inscribed "Tandem." Livery —
Dark blue, crimson waistcoat, silver buttons. Motto —
"Over fork over." Married, ist, 1886, Isabella, who d.
June 30, 1902, youngest dau. of Richard Wingfield ; and has
Issue — (i) Robert George Arthur Gun-Cuninghame, Esq.,
Capt. late R. Dublin Fus. , b. 1896; (2) Henry Maurice
Benedict, M.C., Lieut, late 2nd Batt. R. Dublin' Fus. and
Res. of Officers, <5. 1897; Dorothy Isabella [w. 19x0, Edward



Trafford Martin, eldest surv. son of Rev. Canon Henry
Martin] ; May ; and Mary Winifred ; m. 2nd, 1904,
Constance Evelyn, youngest d. of late Joseph Vipan.
Estate— 'Slowni Kennedy, co. Wicklow. Post. add. —
Mount Kennedy, Newtown-Mount Kennedy, co. Wicklow.



GUNDRY (H. Coll., 26 Jan. 1914). Or, two lions
passant guardant azure, on a chief of the second a human
heart between two hands fessewise pointing inwards
each erased at the wrist cordately all proper. Mant-
ling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a deini-lion rampant or, charged on the shoulder with a
pair of scales sable, grasping in the dexter paw a sword
erect gold, and resting the sinister paw on a heart as
in the arms. Mottoes — " Dominus dedit " and " Provi-
dentia Dei hereditas mea."

Sons of William Gundry, Esq., J.P. (nominated

Knt. Bach. 1916), of North Lodge, Enfield Chase,

Middx., b. 1845; d. 1917; tn. 1875, Florence

Eugenie Barwell (raised to the rank of the widow

of a Knt. Bach. 1918, d. 1926), d. of James George

Davey, M.D., of Northwoods House, nr. Bristol : —

Godfrey Harry Cuthbert Gundry, Esq., b. 1880 ;

m. 1908, Dorothy Blake Billington. Res. — Brook Lodge,

Hatfield, Herts. Clubs — R. Aero, Devonshire.

Wilfrid George Cuthbert Gundry, Esq., Barrister-at

Law, Hon. Capt. H.M.'s Army, b. 1880 (twin). Res. —

Rowlands Court, Lingfield, Surrey. C/m6— R. .A.ero.

Arnold Guy Cuthbert Gundry, Esq., b. 1883. Res. —

Central Africa. Club — R. Aero.



GUNN (L.O.). Argent, a three-masted galley, sails furled
proper, flagged gules, on a chief azure a mullet between




two bear's heads couped of the field, muzzled of the third.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of his



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liveries, a dexter hand proper, holding a saltire gules.
Motto—" Deo gratias."

Only siirv. son of Alexander Gunn of Dingwall, d. 1821 ;

d. 1889; f>i. 1850, Mary, d. cf Charles Greenwood ot

Follifoot :—
William Gunn, Gentleman, late Clerk in H.M. Civil
Service, d. 1852. J?es. — 19 Swan Road, Harrogate.

GUNNING of Eltham, Kent (U.O., 1778). Gules, on a
fesse erminois between three doves proper, as many crosses
formfee per pale of the first and azure. Mantling gules and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dove holding in
the dexter claw a caduceus proper. Motto — " Imperio
regit unus aequo." Livery — Black, red and white striped
waistcoat.

Son of Sir George William Gunning, 5th Bart., b.

1828; d. 1903; m. 1851, Isabella May Frances

Charlotte, d. of Col. William Chester- Master, of

Knowle Park, Bristol \^
Sir Charles Vere Gunning of Eltham, C.B. , C.M.G., 7th
Baronet jG.B., 3 Sept. 1778), Major Reserve of Officers, late
Capt. ist Batt. Durham L.I., served in South African War
1899-1902, despatches and medals, and Great War 1914-19,
on Remount Commission, Canada and U.S.A., temp. Brig.-
Gen. 1916, J. P. and D.L. Noi thants., i^. 1859; m. 1888,
Ethel Beatrice, d. of Rev. William R. Finch-Hatton, Rector
of Weldon ; and has issue — Essex Vere [w. 1919, Basil
Gerald Brooke, late Lieut. 17th Lancers, and has issue].
Res. — 14 Kensington Court, W.8. Club — Junior United
Service.

Son of Charles Archibald John Gunning, Gentleman,

Secretary Imp. Yeo. , now Zanzibar Govt. Service, b.

1859; d. 1910; m. 1900, Beatrice Constance, d. cf

Robert Raaff Purvis : —
Robert Charles Gunning, Gentleman, b. 1901. Res. —

Son of Major Charles George Gunning, b. 1834 ; d. 1878 ;

m. 1859, Emma Cameron, d. of Lt. Gen. A. S.

Logan : —
George Hamilton Gunning, Esq.,D.S.O., late Lt.-Col.
2ist Cavalry Indian Army, served in Tirah Campaign, b.
1876 ; 7n. 1906, Wynifred Florence Langtcn, d. of Rev.
W. D. Chalice of Hove, M.D. ; and has issue — Jack
Hamilton Gunning, Gentleman, b. 1908. Club — Cavalry.

Sonof Orlando George Gunning, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O. ,

Lt.-Col. and Brev. Col. 35th Sikhs, served in Miranzai,

Soudan, and Malakand Expeditions, b. 1867 ; d. 1917 ;

7n. 1902, Margaret Cecilia, d. of Clintcn George

Dawkins —
Orlando Peter Gunning, Gentleman, b. 1908. Res. —

Son of John Campbell Gunning, Esq., Col. Indian

Army, served inBurmah War 1887-9, and Chin Lushai

1889-90, b. 1835; <i- 1910; m. 1865, Mary Anne, d. of

J. R. Boyson : —
Henry Ross Gunning, Esq., late Capt. Devonshire Regt.,
served in South Africa 1899, and Great War 1914-15^ b.
1879 ; '«■ ist, 1905, Charlotte Henrietta (d. 1908), d. of late
Anthony Harley Bacon ; 2nd, 1914, Violet Gwendoline, d.
of the late William Robert Cubbitt ; and has issue (by 2nd
marriage)— John Robert Gunning, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; (by
ist marriage)— Henrietta Bacon ; and Evelyn Briliana.
Postal address — c/o Canadian Bank of Commerce,
Vancouver, B.C.

GUNTER (H. Coll., 1901). Sable, a chevron invected
between two dexter gauntlets in chief and a stag's head
erased in base all or. Mantling sable and or. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a dexter gauntlet clenched
fessewise or, surmounted by a stags head erased proper.
Son of Sir Robert Benyon Nevill Gunter, 2nd Bart., of
Wetherby Grange, J. P. W. Rdg. Yorks., Lt.-Col.^rd
Batt. Yorks. Regt., b. 1871 ; d. 1917 ; m. 1902, Clara
Lydia, widow of John Pritchard-Barrett, of Sydenham
Kent :—
Sir Ronald Vernon Gunter, 3rd Bart., of Wetherby Grange
(18 Apl. 1901), b. 1904 ; m. 1925, Daisv, d. of C. Lovell-
Simraonds of St. John's College Park', and has issue-
Hazel Ursula Anne. Seat—V^x\i Hill, Wetherby, Yorks.
Son of Col. Sir Robert Gunter, ist Bart., (^.'1831 ; d.
1905 ; m. 1862, Jane Marguerite, d. of Thomas Ben'vori
of Gledhow Hall, Yorks. : —
George Gunter, Esq., ^. 1877. Res.—



in chief. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath




of the colours, the attire of a stag in bend sinister or.

Motto— "Stehe fest."

Sons of Albert Charles Lewis Gotthilf Gunther, M.D. ,
Ph.D., LL.D., F.R.S., late Pres. of the Linnean Soc.
and Keeper of the Zoological Dept. of the British
Museum, b. 1830; d. 1914 ; m. (ist), Roberta ((/. 1869),
d. of John M'Intosh of St. Andrews; (2nd), Theodora
Dowrish, d. of Henry Holman Drake : —
Robert Theodore Gunther, Gentleman, M.A., F.R.G.S.,

LL.D. (St. Andrews), F.L.S., Fellow of Magdalen College,

Oxford, b. 1869 ; m. 1900, Amy, d. of late Eustace Neville

Rolfe, Esq., C.V.O., of Heacham, Norfolk, H.B.M.

Consul-Gen. for S. Italy, and has issue — Eustace Rolfe

Gunther, Gentleman, B.A. CaiusCoH. Cambridge, b. rqo2 ;

and Albert Edward Gunther, Gentleman, B.A. Magd. Coll.

Oxford, i^. 1903. Club — Athenaeum.

Frederick Albert Gunther, Gentleman, M.B.E,, B.A.

Oxford, b. 1882. 6"/k^— United University.



GURDON (Vn. Suffolk). Sable, three leopards' faces
jessant-de-lis or. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a goat climbing up a rock all proper.
Motto — " In arduis viget virtus."

Son of Rt. Hon. Robert Thornhagh Gurdon, Baron
Cranworth, M.A., J.P. and D.L., M.P. for S. Norfolk,
1880-85, for Mid Norfolk 1885-92 and 1895, Chair-
man Quarter Sessions 1868-1901, and Chairman County
Council 1889-1901, Col. 4th Batt. Norfolk Regt., b.
1829 ; d. 1902 ; VI. 2nd, 1874, Emily Frances, d. of Rev.
Robert Boothby Heathcote of Friday Hill, Essex: —
The Rt. Hon. Bertram Francis Gurdon, M.C., 2nd Baron
Cranworth (28 Jan. 1899), Capt. late R.A., formerly Lieut.
P.O.W. Norfolk R.F.A., served in S. African War, 1901-2,
andGreat War 1914-18, M.C., Croix de Guerre (despatches
twice), J.P. and D.L. Norfolk and Suffolk, B.A. (Camb.)
[Supporters - On either side a goat proper, gorged with a
collar gemel or, and standing on a reck proper], b. 1877 ;
m. 1903, Vere Emily, eld. d. of Arthur W. Ridley; and
has issue — Hon. Robert Brampton, h. 1904; Hon. Camilla
Elizabeth ; and Hon. Judith. Seats — Grundisburgh Hall
and Assington Hall, Suffolk.



GUNTHER (H. Coll.). Argent, two flaunches azure
each charged with a carp hauriant and addorsed, the head



GURDON. Sable, three leopards' faces jessant-de-lys
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colours, a goat climbing up a rock all proper. MottO — " In




arduis viget virtus. " Livery — Dark blue, canary and yellow
facings, and breeches.

Sons of Evelyn Pulteney Gurdon, Esq., Maj.Gen.
Indian Army, i^. 1833; d. 1921 ; m. 1858, Mary, d. of
Major-Gen. Robert TurnbuU Sandeman : —

Philip Richard Thornhagh Gurdon, Esq., C.S.I. , late
Lieut. -Col. Indian Army, Officiating Commissioner Assam
Valley Districts, Assam, India, b. 1863 ; m. Ada McNaught,
and has issue — i dau. Club — Travellers'.

Bertrand Evelyn Mellish Gurdon, Esq., CLE., D.S.O.,
Lt.-Col. Indian Army, formerly Political Agent Phulkain
States, Punjab, b. 1867; m. 1907, Evelyn Agnes Duncan,
widow of Capt. Frank Duncan, and d. of the late Frederick
Clarke, of Wimbledon, and has issue— Joyce Evelyn Mary ;
and Ruth Helen Mary. Res. — Heatherfield, Warren Road,
Crowborough, Sussex. C/«3j — United Service, Alpine.

PHILIPGURDOX,Esquire,formerlyJ.P. for CO. Suffolk.
BornDec. 2, 1857, being the eldestson of the Lite John Barrett
Gurdon, Gentleman, by his wife Sophia KatherineGamhier,
sixth dau. of Charles Douglas Halford of West Lodge,
East Bergholt, Suffolk, aad 29 Grosvenor Square, London.
Armorial bearings — Sable, three leopards' faces jessant-de-
lis or. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of tlie
colours, a goat climbing a rock, with sprig issuing from the
top proper. MottO — " Virtus viget in arduis." Married,
Nov. 4, 1885, Edith, third dau. of Rev. Charles Holland,
Rector of Petworth ; and has Iss7ie — (i) John Gurdon,
Esq., M.C. , Brev. -Major in the Army, served Great War,
b. April 21, 1887 ; (2I William Nathaniel Gurdon, Gentle-
man, D.C.M., b. Oct. 22, 1890; and Eleanor Joyce.
Residence — 4 Queen's Terrace, Guernsey.

GURDON-REBOW (R.L., 1835). Quarterly, i and 4,
gules, two long bows bent and interlaced in saltire or,
stringed argent, between four bezants each charged with
a fleur-de-lys azure, and for distinction a canton of the
second { Rebowi ; 2 and 3, sable, three leopards' faces jessant-
de-lys or (Gurdon). Mantling gules and or. Crests — i. a
demi-eagle displayed sable, issuant out of a mural crown
gold, on the breast a bezant charged with a fleur-de-lys
azure, in the beak an arrow feathered and headed argent,
on the mural crown a torteaux for distinction (Rebow) ;
2. on a wreath of the colours, a goat climbing up a rock
with sprigs issuant therefrom all proper (Gurdon). Motto —



"In arduis viget virtus." Livery — Dark blue coat, brass
buttons, yellow waistcoat and stockings.

Son of John Gurdon-Rebow, M.P., of Wivenhoe Park,
Ess6K, b. 1709 ; d. 1870 ; m. 2nd, 1845, Lady Georgiana
Isabella Toler {d. 1900), d. of Hector John Graham,
2nd Earl of Norbury : —
Hector John Gurdon-Rebow, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Essex
(High Sheriff 1882), J. P. Cambs., late 2nd Life Guards,
Mayor of Colchester 1884-5, b. 1846; in. 1873, Blanche
Judith, d. of Rev. Philip Gurdon, Rector of Cranworth-
cum-Letton, Norfolk; and has had issue — Martin Gurdon-
Rebow, Gentleman, Lieut. Gren. Gds., b. 1875, killed
in action in S. Afiica 16 Sept. 1901 ; and Winifred \jn. ist,
1902 (div. 1906), Charles Edward Hutton of Gate Burton
Hall; 2nd, 1907, Capt. the Hon. Malcolm Bowes-Lyon,
and by him has issue]. Club — M.C.C.

GURNEY, of Norfolk — Descendants of John Gumey
of Earlham, who d. 1809 (H Coll.). Argent, a cross




engrailed gules, in the first quarter a bell sable. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
gurnard fish in pale with the head downwards proper,
charged with three bezants palewise.