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displayed with two heads per pale azure and gules, between




the heads a trefoil slipped vert. Motto—" Mon esperance

est en Dieu."

i^fat.^ Son of Hon. Sir John Winthrop Hackett (eld. son ot
Rev. John Winthrop Hackett (see below), K.C.M.G.,
M.A. (Dublin), Hon. LL.D. (Dublin), M.L.C. Western
Australia, b. 1848; d. 1916 ; m. 1905, Deborah Drake,
d. of Frederick Slade Drake Brockman : —
John Winthrop Hackett, Esq.,/5. 1910. /?«.— Lordello,

Brougham Place, Adelaide, S. Australia.



Sons of Rev. John Winthrop Hackett, M.A. (Dublin),
late Incumbent of St. James's Church, Bray, Irel.
(son of Capt. John Hackett, 8th Light Dragoons),
b. 1804 ; d. 1888 ; m. 1842, Jane, d. of the late Henry
Joseph Monck Mason, LL.D. : —
Very Rev. Henry Monck Mason Hackett, M.A. (Trin.
Coll., Dub.), LL.D., D.C.L., Vicar of St. Peter's, Belsize
Park, formerly Dean of Waterford, b. 1849 ; m. 1879, Anna
Jane Kennedy; and has issue — (i) Rev. George Kennedy
Hackett, Vicar of St. Simon's, Paddington, b. 1881 [m.
1 914, Maud, d. of Richard Charles Fulford, of Derby ; and
has issue — Reginald Robert Winthrop Hackett, Gentleman,
b. 1921 ; John Winthrop Hackett, Gentleman, b. 1925 ;
Sheila Maud Kennedy; and Brenda Kennedy (Res.SU
Simon's Vicarage, Macrcom Road, Paddington, W.9)] ;
(2) Harold Monck Mason Hackett, Esq., M.C., Major
6th Gurkhas, b. 1883 [m. Edith, d. of George Hague, of
Kingston, Canada ; and has issue — David Monck Mason
Hackf tt. Gentleman, b. 1922 ; and Barbara Anne Langrishe
(A-w.— Abbottabad, N.W.F.P., India)] ; (3) John Winthrop
Hackett, Gentleman, b. 1888 [m. 1917, Ruby Fairbairn ;
and has issue— Jean (Res. — Foxdale, Sask., Canada)] ; (4)
Gerald Olf Basil Hackett, Gentleman, b. 1890 [w. Edith,
d. of Charles Rockcliffe ; and has issue — Basil Hackett,
Gentleman, i5. [Res. — )] ; Annie Eva [w. Charles

Ahrenfeldt, of Paris ; and has issue] ; Nora Winthrop [m.
Rev. Reginald Whitby Briscoe, of Camoiin, co. Wexfcrd ;
and has issue] ; ind Sheila Ruby [m. Frederick Gubbin, of
Shane Cottage, Widford, Herts. ; and has issue]. Res. —
St. Peter's Vicarage, Belsize Park, Hampstead, N.W.

Rev. Thomas Edmund Hackett, M.A. (Trin. Coll.,
Dub.), late Incumbent St. James's Church, Bray, b. 1850.
,^«.— Crinken House, Shankill, co. Dublin.

HACKFORTH-JONES (H. CoU.). Quarterly, i and
4, per chevron or and ermine, three spurs vert, within
a bordure engrailed of the last, charged with sixteen
bezants (for Jones) ; 2 and 3, gules, two bars eradicated
to the dexter, and in chief a woodman's axe argent (for
Hackforth). Mantling vert and or. Crests — i. On a
wreath of the colours, in front of a tower proper, a cross-
bow bendwise or (for Jones) ; 2. in front of a rising
sun or, a battering-ram gules (for Hackforth). Motto —
" Facias quod possis."

Son of : —

Frank William Hackforth- Jones, Esq., J. P. co. Hert-
ford, a Freeman of the City of London, b. 1863 ; m.
1885 ; and has issue — Oliver Hackforth- Jones, Gentle-
man, b. i8yo [m. and has issue] ; Matthew Hackforth-
Jones, Gentleman, M.A. Oxen., b. 1893 [m. 1924,
Margaret, d. of Rev. Henry M. EUott-Briscoe Drake] ;
Campbell Hackforth-Jones, Gentleman, b. 1904. Seat —
— Arkley House, Barnet, Herts.

HACKING of Poulton-le-Fylde (H. Coll.). Gules,
on a chevron between in chief two garbs and in base as
many shuttles in saltire or, a sprig of cotton slipped
and flowered proper. Mantli ng gules and or. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a dexter cubit arm vested
gules, cuSed argent, grasping in the hand a roll of
papers proper, between two roses gules, leaved, slipped,
barbed, and seeded proper. Motto — " Labore et
prudentia."

Son of Henry Hacking, of Oswaldtwistle : —

Sir James Hacking, Knt.-Bach. (1918), b. 1850 ; m. ist,
1871, Ann (d. 1909), d. of William Gillow ; 2nd, 1910,
Florence, d. of Anthony Holmes, of Seacroft, Yorks. ;
and has issue (by ist marriage) — William Hacking,
Esq., b. 1873. Res. — Clifton Hall, nr. Preston, Lanes.

HADDINGTON, Earl of, see BAILLIE-HAMILTON.

HADFIELD of Parkhead House (H. CoU., i Aug.
1917). Ermine, on a chevron engrailed azure, three
cinquefoils or, in base a boar's head erased sable.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath argent
and azure, issuant out of the battlements of a tower
proper, a fleur-de-lys or. Motto — " Sancta clavis coeli
fides."

Son of Robert Hadfield, of Sheffield :—



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Sir Robert Abbott Hadfield, ist Bart. (26 June iqi7),
of Sheffield, Knt.-Bach. (1908), F.R.S., J. P. Sheffield,
b. 1858 ; m. 1894, Frances, C.B.E., d. of Col. Samuel
Wickersham, of Philadelphia. Seat — Parkhead House,
Sheffield. Town res. — 22 Carlton House Terrace, S.W.
Clubs — Reform, Athenasum, Ranelagh.

HADLEY (R.L. ig2i). Per chevron gules and argent
in chief two falcons of the second, belled or, and
in base as many chevronels of the first. Mantling;
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
upon a chevron couped gules, a falcon as in the arms.
Motto—" God is my help."

Eldest son of Edward Jackson Harding, of Court-
lands Cross, nr. L^-mpstone, Devon, b. 1849; m.
1874, Catherine Clarence, d. of Timothy Hadley,
of Middleton House, nr. Sharpness, Glos. : —
Edward Hadley, Esq., O.B.E., Maj. Union of South
Africa Res. of Officers, b. 1875 ; assumed by R.L. 1921,
the surname of Hadley in lieu of Harding ; m. 1903,
Eleanor, d. of the late William Hare, Esq., J. P.,
Member of House of Assembly, Cape Colony ; and has
issue — Edwaurd William Clarence Hadley, Gentleman, 6.
1904; Eleanor Catherine Joyce. Seat — Ashbourne,
Kenilworth, Cape Colony. Club — Civil Service (Cape
Town).

HAFFENDEN, see WILSON-HAFFENDEN.

HAGART-SPEIRS of Elderslie and Houston (L.O.,
1767 and 29 April 191 1). Quarterly, i and 4, azure, a ship
in full sail argent, her ensigns flying gules between three
bezants (Speirs, L.O., 1767); 2. parted per bend azure and
argent, in chief a star of sixteen points or, and in base
another of as many points azure (Hagart), over all on a
bend sable a lion passant argent between two crosses
moline or to denote connection with the family of Molineau
(L.O., 1814 and 1824); 3. gules, two straight swords in
saltire, points downward proper, hiked and pommelled cr,
between two fleurs-de-lys, one in chief and one in base of the
second, and two mullets, one in each flank argent (M'Caul,
L.O., 1814 and 1824). Mantling azure, doubled argent.
OrtSt — On a wreath of his liveries, a dexter arm vam-
b'aced, holding a spear m bend sinister proper.. Motto —
" Salvet me Deus."

Only child of the late Archibald Alexander Speirs of
Elderslie, t. 1840; d. 1868; m. 1867, Lady Anne
Plevdell Bouverie, d. of the Earl of Radnor: —
Alexinder Archibald Hagart-Speirs, Esq., T.P-, Vice-
Lieut. CO. Renfrew, late Capt. Argyll and Sutherland High-
landers, b. (posthumous) 1869, assumed tie additional
surname of Hagart 1914; m. 1918, Mary Henrietta Eliza-
beth, eld. d. of the late Henry Darley Livingstone, of
Belclare, co. Mayo. Seats — ^Houston House, co. Ren-
frew ; Neilston House, co. Renfrew ; Eastbury Manor,
Compton, Guildford, Surrey. Clubs — Brooks's, New
(Edinburgh), Western (Glasgow).

HAGGARD, formerly of Bradenham (H. Coll., 1913)-
Azure, a mullet of six points argent within a bordure or.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, above clouds proper, a mullet as in the arms.
Motto — " Honeste conabor."

Son of Sir William Henry Doveton Haggard, K.C.M.G.
(1908), C.B. (1903), J. P. CO. Norfolk, Envoy Extra-
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Brazil, b.
1846 ; m. 1887, Emily Margaret, d. of Joseph
Hancox : —
Andrew Henry Meybohm Haggard, Esq., Lieut, (ret.)
R.N.,*. 1894. Seat-
Son of Bazett Michael Haggard of Kirby Cane Hall.
CO. Norfolk, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1847; d. 1899; nt.
1872, Julia Diana, eld. d. of George Barker of Caston
and Holt, Norfolk: —
Richard Colby Haggard, Gentleman, b. 1877. Res. —
Sons of Alfred Hiauber Haggard, Gentleman, Barrister-
at-Law, b. 1849 ; d. \ m. 1873, Alice Geraldine,
eld. d. of Vernon Hugh Schalch, Esq., C.S.I. : —
Rear-Adm. Vernon Harry Stuart Haggard, C.B., C.M.G.,
Commander of the Order of the Crown of Italy, b. 1874 ;
m. 1905, Dorothy, d. of R. Adam Ellis, and has issue —
Hugh Alfred Vernon Haggard, Gentleman, b. 1908; Avice
Dorothy; Rosamund Ansdell ; and Elizabeth Geraldine
Ellis. Res. — Littlecourt, Sti ck, Ingatestone, Essex. Club—
United Service.
Godfrey Digby Napier Haggard, Esq., Consul-Gen. •



at Rio de Janeiro, b. 1884 ; m. 1910, Georgiana, ygst. d.of
Herbert Ruel of Ste. Germaine, Quebec, Canada, and has
issue — Stephen Hubert Avenel Haggard, Gentleman, b.
191 1. Res. — La Paz, Bolivia.

Daniel Amyand Haggard, Gentleman, H.M's. Consular
Service, b. 1886; m. 1915, Phoebe, d. of John George
Haggard. R.N., and has issue — John Valentine Haggard,
Gentleman, 6. 1918 ; Michael Verner Haggard, Gentleman,
b. 1924. Res. — Mattas, Brazil.

Son of John George Haggard, Esq., R.N., Consul at
Malaga, b. 1850; d. 1908; m. 1886, Agnes Marion,
eld. d. of late Fairless Barber, F.S.A. , of Rastrick,
Yorks. :—
Andrew Haggard, Gentleman, /'. 1892. /?<;?. — Ledbury,
CO. Hereford. Club — New Oxford and Cambridge.

Son of Major Edward Arthur Haggard, Shrofshire
Lt. Inf., B.A. (Camb.), b. i860; d. ; w. 1887,

Emily, eld. d. of late Edmund Calvert of Walton-
le-Dale, co. Lancaster: —
Geoff rev Arthur Gordon Haggard, Esq., Lieut, late
R.N., b. 1888. Res. — .Australia.

HAGGERSTON. Azure, on a bend cottised argent,
three billets sable. Mantling azure and argent. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a lion passant argent. Livery
— Blue and silver.

Sons of Sir Edward Charlton de Marie Haggerston,

loth Bart., b. 1857 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1904, Florence, third

dau. ofW. H. Perrin of i6Claremont Road, Dublin: —

Sir Hugh Carnaby de Marie Haggerston, nth Bart, of

Haggerston (15 Oct. 1642), b. 1906. 5?a/— Ellingham

Hall, Chathill, R.S.O., Northumberland.

Ralph Stanley de Marie Haggerston, Esq. , b. 1912.

HAGON (H. Coll.). Gules, an arm embowed in armour
proper, garnished or, the hand also proper grasping a
battleaxe, between six martlets three, two and one




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argent. Mantli ng gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath
argent and gules, a lion's head erased proper, crowned
with an Eastern crown and gorged with a collar or, the
latter charged with three martlets gules. Motto —
" Constans et certus."

Son of Henrv Hagon, Merchant, b. 1814; m.

Eleanor, d. of Joseph Sherratt, Gentleman, of

Hobart, Tasmania : —
William Albertus Hagon, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; m. 1913.
Arline Mary, d. of Edward Hitchins, of Stroud, New



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South Wales, and has issue — William Albertus Hagon,
Gentleman, b. 1914 ; Beatrice Olga ; Lorna Margaret;
and Doris Edna. Res. — Karang Woolsley Road, Point
Piper, New South Wales; Mount Pleasant, Leura, New
South Wales. Club — National (Sydney).



James Matthew Haig, Gentleman, b. 1873 ; m.
Henrietta, d. of Robert Hogg, of Belfast, and has issue —
James Felix Haig, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; Robert Wolseley
Druskine Haig, Gentleman, 6. 1908 , and 4 daus. Res. —
Hawthomden Road, Knock, co. Down.



ALEXANDER PRICE HAIG of Blairhill, Esquire,
late Lieut. 5th Dragoon Guards, J. P. for Perthshire
and Kinross-shire, D.L. for Kinross-shire. Born Nov. 27,
1863, being the eldest son of the late James Richard Haig,
Esq., of Blairhill, Perthshire; Coldon, Kinross-shire; and
Highfields Park, D.L., J. P., by his wife Jane, d. of James
Thomson. Armorial bearings (Matric. L.O. 1898)— Azure,




a saltire between two mullets in chief and base, and a decres-
cent and increscent in fesse argent, a bordure or. Mantling
azure, doubled argent. Crest— A rock proper; and in an
escroU over the same this Motto, " Tyde what may."
Livery — Blue, white facings and piping, silver buttons.
Married, Aug. i, 1885, Jessie Louisa, second dan. of
George Armstrong of The Elms, Gosforth, Northumber-
land ; and has Issue — (i) James Leslie Haig, Gentleman,
late Lieut. The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), fi. 1886;
(2) Ala^tair Nigel Haig, Gentleman, /'. 1900; and Eileen
Alexandra. Sea is— BlairhiU, Perthshire; Coldon, Kinross-
shire, /'o'.f/.arfr/. — Blairhill, Rumbling Bridge, N.B. Clufis
— Army and Navy, New (Edinburgh).

HAIG (L.O.). Azure, a saltire between two mullets
in chief and base, and a decrescent and increscent in fesse
argent, aU within a bordure engrailed parted per pale
or and vert, the dexter charged with two right hands,
appaumee in pale gules, and the sinister with two wolves'
heads erased of the third. Mantling azure, doubled
argent- Crest — A rock proper. Motto — " Tyde what
may."

Son of James Felix Haig, Gentleman, of Belfast,
b. 1838; d. IQ05 ; m. i873,Margaretta, d. of Matthew
Browne, of Dublin : —



HAIG of Bemersyde (1674). Azure, a saltire between
two mullets in chief and base, and a decrescent and in-
crescent in the flanks argent. Crest — A rock proper.
Motto — ^" Tyde what may." Livery — Blue, white facings
and pipings, silver buttons.

" ^Tjtit luliat mag bttgtir,
itpaig sf)all be ii?aig of JScfntrsptif ."

Thomas the Rymer, circa

Son of Alexander Ritchie Haig, Gentleman, m. Ann

Marr, d. of Dr. R. M. Haig :—
Alexander Ritchie Haig (q.v.), chief of his name.

Son of James Richard Haig, Esq., of Blairhill, &c. : —
Alexander Price Haig, (q.v.). [Arms as above, and
(rematric, 1898) "a bordure or."]

Son of Major Robert Wolseley Haig, R.A., F.R.S., b.

1830 ; d. 1872 ; 7n. 1864, Maria Georgina, d. of Rev.

Henry Brown, Rector of Wool«ich and Hon. Canon

of Rochester: —
Lt.-Col. Sir (Thomas) Wolseley Haig, K.C. I.E., C.S.I. ,
C.M.G, , C.B.E., Albany Herald [Arms as above, and
(rematric. 30 Aug. 1912) " a bordure engrailed and parted
per pale or and vert, charged with three horseshoes counter-
changed"], b. 1865; w. 1892, Beatrice (d. 1927), d. of
Michael Lloyd Ferrar ; and has issue — Robert Wolseley
Haig, Esq., b. 1904 ; Margaret W'olseley [m. 1921, Capt.
Leonard Newton] ; and Helen Ferrar. Res. — 34 Gledstanes
Road, W.14, Clubs — Athenaeum, New (Edinburgh).

Son of Lt.-Col. Arthur Balfour Haig, C.V.O.,

C.M.G. ; d. 1925:—
Capt. Nigel Haig, M.C., late R.F.A. [Arms as above,
and (rematric. 1898) "a bordure engrailed parted per pale
or and argent, charged with three hedgehogs sable."];
b. 1857 ; m. 1918, Unity More. Res. —

Son of Henry ."Xlexander Haig, Gentleman, b. 1832;

d. 1905; m. 1885, Agnes Catherine, d. of Matthew

Pollock: —
Alfred Edward Haig, Lt.-Col. K.O. Scottish Borderers,




[Arms as above, and (rematric, 1898) " a bordure engrailed



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or,i|charged with three talbois' heads erased gules"], i>.
1866 ; m. 1906, Lottie Everilda, d. of M. G. Dundas ; and
has issue — tidward Gordon Haig, Gentleman, d. 1907;
David Balfour Haig, Gentleman,^. 191 1 ; Muriel; Dorothy;
and Jean. /?es. —

Son of Charles Edwin Haig. Esq., J. P. co. Radnor,

M.A. (Oxon.), Barrister-at-Law, fi. 1849; d. 1917 ; m.

1871, Janet Stein, second d. of John Haig, Esq., J. P.,

of Cameron House, Windygates, Fife: —

Brig. -Gen. Roland Charles Haig, D.S.O. (2 bars), late

16th Lancers, 7th Dragoon Gds., and Rifle Bde. [Arms as

above, and (rematric. 1898) a bordure invected or, cnaiged

with three talbots' heads erased alternately witli as many

crescents gules, Livery — Azure blue and silver], fi. 1873 ;

m. 1899, Geraldine Dorothy, d. of Rev. Beauchamp Kerr-

Pearse of Batts Park, Somerset, Rector of Ascot ; and has

issue- Rupert Haig, Gentleman, ^. 1904; Hugo Roland

Haig, Gentleman, d. 1912 ; and Diana, J^es. — The Vale,



azure (for Veitch of Stewartfield) "], fi. 1 Feb. 1878; m.
I July 1902, Rachel Dorothea, d. of Charles Edwin Haig,
Esq., J. P., of Pen Ithon, Newtown, N. Wales, and of
Orchardwood, Ascot ; and has issue — John Lindesay Haig,




Windsor Forest ; 8 Hope Street, St. Andrew's, Fife. C/ud
— Cavalry.

Sons of Hugh Veitch Haig, Esq., of Ramornie, co.

Fife, J. P., i. 1845; d. 1903; m. 1872, Archie Anne

Lindesay, d. of William Nathaniel Eraser of Tornaveen

and Findrack, and widow of Major Foote Morrison of

Greenfield :—

Lt.-Col. Oliver Haig, late 7th Q.O. Hussars, served

in S. Afici (medal, five clasps) [Arms as above, and

(rematric. 1898) " a bordure or, charged with three cows'

heads cabvshed sable "], 6. 1875 '< '"■ 1904. Esm6 Armstrong,

d. of late Herbert George Crabbe of Beckenhani, Kent;

and has issue — Oliver Peter Haig, Gentleman, /<. 1908 ; and

Betty. Seat — Ramornie, Ladybank, Fife.

John Haig, Esq., D.S.O. , Lt.-Col. Westminster Dragoons
[Arms — Quarterly, i and 4, as above, and (rematric. 29 July
1902) "a b jrdure engrailed or, charged with three cows'
heads caboshed sable (for Haig) ; 2 and 3, argent, three
cjws' heads caboshed sable, within a bordure engrailed




Gentleman, d. 1903; and Jenty Dorothea. Seai — Lovel
Hill, Windsor Forest, Berkshire. Cluds — Cavalry, Con-
servative (Edinburgh.)

Only son of Field-Marshal the Rt. Hon. Sir Douglas
Haig, K.T., G.C.B., O.M., G.C.V.O., K.C.LE.,
ist Earl Haig, Field-Marshal, Col. Royal Horse
Guards, 17th D.C.O. Lanrers, and King's Own Scottish
Borderers, Hon. LL.D. St. Andrew's, Glasgow, Aber-
deen, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Wales, Durham, Shef-
field, Manchester, and Bristol, and Hon. D.C.L.
Oxford, fi. 19 June 1861 ; d. 1928 ; tn. 1905, Hon.
Dorothy Vivian, d. of the late Lord \'ivian of Glyn,
Cornwall : —
Rt. Hon. George Alexander Eugene Douglas Haig (and
Earl Haig, Viscount Dawyck and Baron Haig of Bemersyde
(1919) [Arms — Quarterly, i and 4, as above, and (rematric.
5 luly 1902) "a bordure parted per pale argent and sable,
charged with three cows' heads caboshed all counterchanged
(Haig); 2 and 3, argent, three cows' heads caboshed sable,
within a bordure engrailed azure (Veitch of Stewartfield.")
Supporters — Dexter, a bay horse, caparisoned, thereon
mounted a private of the 7th (Queen's Own) Hussars,
habited, armed, and accoutred ; sinister, a bay horse,
caparisoned, thereon mounted a lancer of the 17th (Duke
of Cambridge s Own) Lancers, habited, armed, and
accoutred, all proper], d. 1918. 5^(2/— Bemersyde, Berwick-
shire.



ALEXANDER RITCHIE HAIG, Gentleman, heir
male and senior representative of the family of Haig of
Bemersyde. Born Dec. 20, 1844, being the third but
eldest surviving son of Alexander Ritchie Haig, Gentleman,
and Ann Marr, dau. of Robe-rt M'Kewn Haig, M.D. ,
South Carolina, U.S.A. Armorial bearings— Azure, a
saltire between two mullets in chief and base, and a de-
crescent and increscent in fesse argent. Mantling: gules,
doubled argent. Married Elizabeth Witsell of South
Carolina; and has Issue — {i) Alexander Ritchie Haig,
Gentleman, fi. 1878; (2) Laurence Witsell Haig, Gentle-
man, i. 1880; (3) Robert M'Kewn Haig, Gentle-
man, d. 1882; (4) Richard Lining Haig, Gentleman,



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Haig, 30 Meeting Street,
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Charleston, South Carolina,



HAIG-BOVEY (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, argent,
a bull passant gules, on a chief azure a sword and key,
point and wards upward, in sal tire, between two harps
of the field (for Bovey) ; 2 and 3, azure, a sal tire between



b. 1850; d. 1894; m. 1876, Maria Jane, d. of
Thomas Haig, of Bennington, nr. Edinburgh : —
Charles Wolseley Haig-Bovey, Gentleman, Lieut.

(ret.) loth (Service) Batt. Worcs. Regt., b. 1879 ;

assumed the additional name of Haig by Deed Poll

(April 9 1915). Res. — Queensberry, Kotmalie, Ceylon.

Clubs — Prince's (London) ; Hill (Ceylon).

HAIG-THOMAS (H. CoU,). Quarterly, i and 4,
ermine, three chevronels gules, between as many es-
cutcheons, per pale azure and sable, each charged with
an eagle displayed or (for Thomas) ; 2 and 3, azure, a
saltire between two mullets in pale, and a crescent and
an increscent in fesse argent, all within a bordure or,
charged with eight mullets gules (for Haig). Mantling
gules and argent. Crests — On a wreath of the colours,
an eagle displayed ermine, holding in the beak an ear of
wheat leaved and slipped proper, in front thereof an
escutcheon per pale azure and sable, charged with an
eagle displayed or (for Thomas) ; on a wreath of the
colours, a rock proper, charged with a mullet pierced
sable (for Haig). Motto — " Tyde what may."

Only son of John Howard Thomas, Esq., J. P., of

Yscnborwen, co. Glamorgan, b. 1853 ; d. 1919 ;

m. 1880, Rose Helen, d. of George A. Haig, Esq., of

Pen Ithon, co. Radnor : —
Peter Haig Haig-Thomas, Gentleman, b. 1882 ; m.
1st, 1906, Maud, d. of J. H. Nelson, of 41 Prince's Gar-
dens, S.W.7; and has had issue — Anthony Haig-Thomas
Gentleman, b. 1908; d. 1924; David Haig-Thomas,
Gentleman, b. 1908; and Enid; 2nd, 1917, Lady
Alexandra Agar, d. of 4th Earl of Normanton ; and
has issue — Reginald Alexander Haig-Thomas, Gentle-
man, b. 1919 ; Douglas James Christian Haig-Thomas,
Gentleman, b. 1920; Angela Mary; Jean Henrietta;
Ruth. Res. — The Grange, Goring-on-Thames, Oxon.
Club — Travellers'.

ARTHUR SAMUEL HAIGH, Gentleman. Born¥e.h.zb
1861, being the elder son of the late Thomas Haigh, of
Bradley Lodge, Yorks., by his wife Elizabeth, eld dau. of




two mullets in pale, and a decrescent and an increscent
in fesse argent, all within a bordure or, charged with
eight mullets sable (for Haig). Mantling gules and
argent. Crests — i. in a wreath of the colours, a demi-
buU gules, supporting between the forefeet a key argent,
wards upward (for Bovey) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,
a rock proper, charged with a mullet pierced argent (for
Haig). Mottoes — " Post tenebras lux " (for Bovey) ;
"Tyde what may" (for Haig). Livery — Blue, with
white facings and pipings, and silver buttons.

Eldest son of Louis Antoine Arnold Bovy, Maj.

Swiss Army, of Chateau de Dardagny, nr. Geneva,




W. J. Clarke, M.D. Armorial bearings— Azure, on a
saltire invected ermine, between two rocks in pale proper
and a decrescent and an increscent in fesse argent, an
estoile of the first. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-man
affront^e proper, holding in the dexter hand a crescent
or, a rock also proper. Motto — "Tyde what may."
Club — Roval Thames Yacht.



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CHARLES THOMAS ERNEST HAIGH, Gentleman.
Born Dec. 20, 1862, being the younger son of the late
Thomas Haigh of Bradley Lodge, by his wife Elizabeth,
dau. of Dr. Clarke of Hiiddershcld. Armorial bearings
— Azure, on a saitire invected ermine between two rucks
in pale proper and a decrescent and an increscent in fesse
argent, an estoile of the first. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, in front
of a demi-man affront^e proper, holding in the dexter
hand a crescent or, a rock also proper. Motto — " Tyde
what may," Liveiy — Blue, with wliite facings. Married,
Sept. 16, 1897, Florence Ethel Holt, only dau. of Isaac
Hordern of Huddersfield ; and has had Issue — (i) Charles
Edward Haigh, Gentleman, b. 1898; and (2) Geoffrey
Haigh, Gentleman, /■. 1900, both deceased; (3) Geoffrey
Holt Horden Haigh, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; (4) Ronald
Hordern Haigh, A. 1911. Residence —

HAIN of St. Ives (H. Coll.). Argent, three sails gules,
a bordure sable charged with eight bezants. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a WTeath of the colours, on
waves of the sea proper, an ancient galley moneris argent.
Motto — " Remis velisque."

Son of Sir Edward Hain, Knt. Bach. (1910), M.P.
West Cornwall, J. P. Cornwall (High Sheriff 191 2),
b. 1851 ; d. 1917 ; m. 1882, Catherine Seward, d. of
James Hughes of Whitehaven, Cumberland: —

Hain, Esq., b. 1887. Fes. — Treloyhan, St. Ives,

Cornwall.

HAIRE. Gules, two bars or, on a chief indented argent,
a thistle proper. Mantling gules and or ; and for his Crest,
upon a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant argent, sup-
porting the Roman fasces proper. MottO — " In te Domine
speravi.''

Eld. son of the late Andrew Haire, Esq., d. 1871 ; by

Jane King [d. 1908), d. of the late Benjamin Roche,

M.D.: —

Arthur J. McGryer Haire, Gentleman, b. 1869 ; m. 1914,

Rebecca, d. of Thomas Courtney, of Ballagh, co.

Fermanagh; and has with other issue — Arthur Joseph

Thomas Haire, Gentleman, b. 1917. 5ea/— Armagh

Manor, nr. Clones, co. Fermanagh.

Rev. ARTHUR NEWBURGH HAIRE-FORSTER,
Clerk in Holy Orders, J. P. co. Monaghan, M.A. (Dublin).
Born 1846, being the younger son of the late Rev. Hamilton