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Francis Arthur Hall, Gentleman, i. 1902 ; and Esther
Mary. J?es.—8 Endcliffe Crescent, Sheffield. Clubs—
United University, Sheffield Club (Sheffield).

HALL of Great Rollright (R.L., H. Coll., 1872).

Quarterly, i and 4, per pale argent and ermine,

on a chevron engrailed between three talbots' heads

erased sable, as manyestoiles or, all within a bordure wavy

azure, and for distinction, in the centre chief point, a cross

crosslet of the third (Hall) ; 2 and 3, quarterly, i. and iiii. ,

gules, a chevron ermine between three bulls' heads

caboshed argent, horned or (Bullock, 1602, and Vn. Berks.

1532) ; ii. and iii., argent, a fesse embattled and two

crosses botton^e in chief gules (Watson, 1720). Crests —

I. on a wreath of the colours, a talbot's head erased sable,

ear argent, gorged with a collar, therefrom pendent an

escutcheon or, charged with an estoile azure, the whole

debruised with a bendlet wavy ermine, the collar charged

for distinction with a cross crosslet sable (Hall) ; 2. " on a

wreathe of his coulors white and redd fyve black bills (so

called of auntient tyme) the staves proper, the heads sable,

tyed in a bande gules" (Bullock); 3. on a wreath of his

colours, a dexter armembowed in armour proper, garnished

or, holding a palm branch vert (Watson). Motto^" Non

nobis tantum nati." Livery — Black, with white facings.

Sons of Alexander Cross Hall (formerly Bullock),

Esq., of Six-Mile Bottom, Newmarket, and Great

Rollright, Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batt. Suffolk

Regt. (Special Reserve), Hon. Capt. Army, J. P. Cambs.

and Oxon. , b. 1869; d. 1920; m. 1899, Favell Helen,

yr. d. of late Col. H. C. Jones-Mortimer of Plas

Newydd, Denbighshire, late 13th and 73rd Regt. : —

John Alexander Hall, Gentleman, b. 1900. Seat^GxtaX

Rollright, Chipping Norton, Oxon.

Hugh Bullock Hall, Gentleman, b. 1901.

HALL (U.O., Confd. 23 April, 1917). Or, a chevron
betw^een three demi-lions rampant azure, on a chief

gules as many cinquefoils argent. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a tower,
issuant from the battlements a dexter hand grasping a
scimitar all proper. Motto — " In Deo spes."

Eld. son of Robert Hall, Esq. (eld. son of Robert
Constable Hall, see below), J. P. co. Cork, of
Glenmervyn, Glanmire, co. Cork, b. 1866 ; d. 1926 ;
m. 1887, Isabel Travers, d. of Very Rev. R. W.
Forrest, D.D., Dean of Worcester : —

Robert Aylmer Hall, Gentleman, b. 1892 ; m. 1915,
Olive, d. of Col. Cecil Guy Beadon, I.C.S., Judge Chief
Court, Punjab, and has issue — Robert Cecil Aylmer Hall,
Gentleman, b. 1916; Gerald Guy Hall, Gentleman, b.
1918 ; and Olive Rosemary. Res. — Glenmervyn, Glan-
mire, CO. Cork.

Sons of Robert Constable Hall, Esq., J. P. co. Cork,
High Sheriff, 1879 ; of Rockcliffe, Blackrock, co.
Cork, b. 1836 ; d. 1888 ; m. 1861, Geraldine Maria,
d. of Sir Arthur Percy Aylmer, Bart. : —
Ernest Frederick Hall, Esq., J. P., b. 1869 ; '«• 1894,
Grace Kennedy Smyth. Res. —

Norman Aylmer Hall, Gentleman, b. 1878 ; m. 1906,
Muriel Robertson, and has issue Res. — Ivy House,
Michleover, Derbyshire.

Only surv. son of Frederick Hall, Gentleman,
formerly of Lakeview, Blackrock, co. Cork, b. 1853 ;
m. 1888, Ellen, d. of Frederick Harrison, of BaUina-
hina, Carrignavar, co. Cork : —
Frederick Harrison Hall, Gentleman, B.A., LL.B.
(Trin. Coll., Dublin), SoUcitor, b. 1892 ; m. 1918, Kathleen
Percy, d. of Major Herury Alfred Cummins, C.M.G., late
R.A.M.C, and has issue — Frederick Fenton Harrison
Hall, Gentleman, b. 1921 ; Herury Aylmer Hall, Gentle-
man, b. 1923 ; and Geraldine Percy Harrison. Res. —
Sarsfield's Court, Glaimiire, co. Cork. Clubs — County
(Cork) ; Cork (Cork).

for CO. Sussex. Born Aug. 21, 1839, being the eldest son ot
Alexander Hall Hall, by his wife Caroline, d. of Thcmson
Hankey. Armorial bearings— Vert, a chevron or between
three storks' heads erased argent, all within a bordure of
the second, charged with eight trefoils slipped of the first.
Mantling vert and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours,
upon a mount, a stork argent, holding in the dexter claw
a pellet. Motto — " Curaquietem." Lively — Green ; (dress),
green coat, orange waistcoat and breeches. Married,
firstly, April 27, 1865, Caroline Elizabeth Tritton, dau. of
Henry Tritton ; secondly, Dec. 5, 1888, Emma Henriette,
dau. of James Vodoz ; and has Issue — (i) Alleyne Hall,
Gentleman, b. Sept. 12, 1883; (2) David Patrick Hall,
Gentleman, b. March 17, 1891 ; Margaret ; Gertrude ;
Katharine ; Blanche ; and Dorothy. Res. — Radcliffe,
Sandgate, Kent. Club — Athenasum.

HALL. Or, three talbots' heads erased, two and one,
gules, between nine cross crosslets fitch^e azure. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
gryphon's head couped azure, senile of cross crosslets or.
Livery — Chocolate colour coat, yellow and brown striped
vest, silver buttons, drab overcoat.

Son of Edward Kirkpatrick Hall, Esquire, of Kelvin,

Nairn, J. P. for co. Staffs., Barrister of the Inner

Temple b. 1844 ; d. 1923 ; m. 1873, Marion Louisa,

second dau. of the late Thomas Webb, Esq., J. P.

CO. Staffs., of Smallwood Manor, co. Staffs.: —

Laurence Kirkpatrick Hall, Gentleman, F.R.I.B.A.,

b. June 21, 1875; ;;/. 1903, Ida Caroline, youngest d. of late

Rev. Augustus F. Birch ; and has issue — Brian O'Toole

Hall, Gentleman, b. igo6 ; Christopher Lawrence Hall,

Gentleman, b. 1914 ; Margaret Ida ; and Kathleen Patricia.

Res. — Little Hatch, Penn, Buck?. Club — Athenaeum.

HALL ( ). Per pale argent and or, on a chevron

between three talbots' heads erased sable, muially gorged
or, as many hawks' lures argent, lined and ringed or.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a palm branch in bend sinister vert, in front of
a griffin's head erased or, charged with a gemel gules,
holding in the beak a hawk's lure as in the arms. Motto
— " Ni-ddaw-da-o-hir-arofyn."

Son of the Rev. Charles Ranken Hall, by his wife

Harriet, d. of John Baker of Woodlands : —

Frederick Charles Northcote Hall, Cientleman, Lieut.

R.N. (retired), b. 1843; m. 1870, Henrietta Somerset, d.

of James Orchard Halliwell Phillipps of HoUingbury Copse,

Brighton. Res. —

HALL. Azure, a bend between three talbcts' heads
erased argent, on a chief or, three roses gules, barbed and
seeded proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a crescent argent, surmounted by
a griffin's head erased sable, in the beak three ears of wheat
or. Motto — " Persevere."

Sons of Rev. Frederick Dickinson Hall, Cleik in Holy




Orders, M.A. Cambs., Patron and Rector of Manby,
CO. Lincoln, i*. 1845 ; (/. ; m. Fanny Louisa, second

dau. of Sir Edward Samuel Walker of' Berrv Hill, co.
Nottingham: —

Edward Rastall Dickinson Hall, Gentleman, />. 1879.

Arthur Henrick Dickinson Hall, Gentleman, Dorset
Regt. , fi. 1885.

CO. Monaghan, A.B., M.B., B.Ch. (Trinity Coll., Dublin),
Surgeon to the Monaghan County Intirma'ry, Physician to
the Monaghan Fever Hospital. Born Oct. 23, 1851, being
the eldest son of the late Rev. Richard Augustus Hall,
Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. Trinity Coll., Dublin, late
Incumbent of Quivvy Parish, Diocese of Kilmc re, by his
wife Mary, eldest dau. of the late Thomas Gibson Henry,
Esq., (if Mourne Abbey, Kilkeel, co. Down, J. P. and Grand
Juror for both cos. Down and Armagh. Armorial bearings
— (U.O.). Argent, on a chevron engrailed, between three

JOHN HALL, Gentleman. Born March 27, 1870, being
the eldest son of the late John Hall, Gentleman, of The
Grange, Hale, Altrincham, and of Manchester, by his
wife Kate, dau. of Nicholas Heald of Bowdon, Cheshire.
Armorial bearings— ( H . Coll . ) . Sable , on a chevron between
three dexter hands coupedand erect, each within an annulet

talbots' heads erased sable, as many trefoils slipped or.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a bear's head couped and muzzled proper, charged
with a trefoil as in the arms ; with the MottO, ' ' Remember
and forget not." Livery — Light drab coat and vest, with
black collar and cuffs, black trousers, silver buttons
and hatband. Married, Feb. 9, 1880, Sarah Frances, only
dau. of the late John Harrison Massue Wilson, of Harvest
Lodge, Roscrea, co. Tipperary, and Church Hall, Essex,
by his wife Sarah, eldest dau. of James Willington of
Castle Willington, co. Tipperary. Estates^House and
suburban property in the town and neighbourhood of
Monaghan, and country property in Drumsnatt parish,
adjoining parish of Monaghan, all situated in the barony
of .Monaghan, co. Monaghan. J^es. — Rowantree House,

HALL (H. Coll.). Argent, on a chevron sable, between
two talbots' heads erased in chief of the last, and on a
mount a tree-fern in base proper, a mullet of six points
within an annulet or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest
— Upon a wreath of the colours, two fronds of fern proper,
therefrom issuant a talbot's head erased sable, gutt6e-d'or,
gorged with a collar gemel or.

Sons of Hon. Sir John Hall, K.C.NLG., of Hororata,
Canterbury, New Zealand, Member of the House of
Representatives, and of the Legislative Council, /i.
1824; d. 1907; rn. 1861, Rose Anne, d of William
Dryden of Kingston-upon-HuU : —
Wilfred Hall, Esq., fi. 1864. i?^,f.— Hororata, Canter-
bury, New Zealand.

John Dryden Hall, Esq., d. 1865. Res. — Christchurch,
New Zealand.

Godfrey Hall, Esq., i. 1868. Post, arfrf.— Hororata,
Canterbury, New Zealand.

argent, a wreath of laurel vert, between two roses barbed
and seeded proper. Upon the escutcheon is placed a
helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling sable and
argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
a tilting-spear erect, surmounted by a sword and a laurel
branch saltirewise all proper; with the Motto, " Aut
pax aut bellum." Post add. —

HALL (H. Coll.). Sable, on a chevron between three
dexter hands couped and erect, each within an annulet
argent, a wreath of laurel vert, between two roses barbed
and seeded proper. Mantling sable and argent. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a tilting-spear erect, surmounted
by a sword and a laurel branch saltirewise all proper.
Motto — " Aut pax aut bellum."

Sons of Lewis Duval Hall, Esq., J. P. and D.L. (High

Sheriff 1885), fi. 1842; d. 1909; w. 1869, Mary Kate,

younger d. of the late Charles Meeking of Richings

Park : —

Charles Spencer Hall, Esq., late Major 3rd Batt. Oxford

Light Infantry, /■. 1870 ; m. 1902, Mary Madeline Stevens,

d. of the late Judge John R. Brady of New York. Post.

add. — 33 Hanover Mansions, N.W.i.

Geoffrey Duval Hall, Gentleman, Lieut. i6th Lancers,
f". 1877.

of Whatton Manor, Notts., late comdg. 19th Batt. the
Sherwood Foresters, formerly Lieut. Scots Guards, J. P. for
cos. Nottingham and Devon. Born Aug. 11, 1870,
being the only son of the late Cecil Haffenden Hall,
Esq., Capt. Scots Fusilier Guards, J. P. for co. Leicester,
by his wife Mary Georgina Caroline, eldest dau. of
Anthony Willson of Rauceby Hall, co. Lincoln, J. P. and
D. L., M.P. for CO. Lincoln. Armorial bearings —
Arure, a bend between three talbots' heads erased argent,
on a chief or three roses gules, barbed and seeded proper.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a crescent argent, surmounted by a griffin's head
erased sable, in the beak three ears of wheat or. Motto
— " Persevere." Livery — Dark blue, and blue and white
striped waistcoat. Married, ist, Feb. 5, 1896, Mary Emily
((/. 1915). third dau. of Rev. Charles Daniel Crofts, M.A.,
Rector of Caythrope, co. Lincoln ; 2nd, Aug. 8, 1916,
Monica, third dau. of Rev. William Edward Bury, M.A.,
Rector of Screveton, co. Notts. Seats — Willesleigh House,
Goodleigh, N. Devon ; Rauceby Hall, Grantham. Club —




PERCY CRAVEN HALL, Gentleman, M. A. (Cantab.),
F. R. Met. Soc. Born June 9, 1859, being the eldest son
of the Rev. Thomas Hepworth Hall, M.A., J. P., West
Riding co. York, by his wife Ehzabeth, dau. of William
Craven of Halifax, Yorkshire. Armorial bearings— Argent,
on a bend raguly sable between two lions rampant of the last,
a talbot's head erased between two cross crosslets fitch^e
or. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting
his degree, with a Mantling sable and argent ; and for
his Great, upon a wreath of the colours, a griffin's head
erased argent, gorged with a wreath of cinquefoils gules,
and supporting a cross crosslet fitch^e palewise or, be-
tween two wings gules, each charged with a fesse also or.
Motto — "Vis veritatis magna." Livery — Dark blue,
with silver buttons. Married, September 30, 1891,
Catherine Marion, daughter of Thomas Reddish Bower
of Southport ; and has Issue — Rita Marion, and Irene
Madeline. Post. add. — c/o National and Provincial Bank,
Ryde, I.O.W.

J. P. Argyllshire, formerly Major Reserve of Officers
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Born 1872, being
the only son of the late Peter Hall, Esq., J. P., Argyll-
shire, who resided at Torrisdale Castle, Argyllshire,
b. 1825 ; d. 1883 ; m. i860, Agnes, d. of Henry Coats

Hastie. Armorial bearings (L.O.)— Parted per chevron
gules and argent, three storks' heads erased and counter-
changed. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules, doubled argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a hunting-horn
proper, garnished and stringed gules ; and in an escroll
over the same this Motto, "Forward." Livery — Claret
and white. Assumed the prefi.x surname of Macalister
by R. L. 1903, Married, 1907, Aym^e. d. of Allan
Gilmour, Esq., J. P. and D.L., of Eaglesham and
Polnoon, Renfrewshire ; and has issue — Donald Stuart
Macalister Hall, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; William Peter
Macalister Hall, b. 1909 ; Malcolm Macalister Hall, Gentle-
man, 6. 1918 ; Diarmid Hastie Macahster Hall, Gentleman,
b. 1920; Aym^e Ileene Agnes Macalister; and Rosemary.
Seat — Torrisdale Castle, Carradale, Argyll. C/«*x— Bath,
New (Edin.), Western (Glasgow), Royal Highland Yacht

HALL (H. Coll., 18 March 1843). Vert, on a chevron
engrailed argent between three cross crosslets or, as many
crescents sable. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting his degree, with a Mantling vert and argent ;
and for his Crest, on a wreath of the colours, upon a

staff raguly fessewise sable, a dove holding in the

beak a passion-nail proper; with the Motto, " Non sine


Only son of the Rev. William John Hall, M.A., Rector
of St. Clement's, Eastcheap, and Minor Canon of St.
Paul's Cathedral, b. 1830; d. ; m. 1865, Isabella

Frances, daughter of Thomas Cooper of Stone Castle,
Kent :—
Arthur Gwynne Jeffreys Hall, Gentleman, M.A., Barrister-


KING-HALL (H. Coll., March 9th, 1854). Argent, on
a bend engrailed azure, between two anchors sable, three
talbots' heads erased of the field. MantUng azure and
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a dexter cubit
arm in bend, vested azure, sem^e of escallops, and cuffed
argent, grasping a dagger sheathed, point downwards,
proper. Motto — " Always ready."

Sons of Admiral Sir William King-Hall, K.C.B., of
The Elms, Sutton Bonnington, Leics.,i^. 1816 ; d. 1886;
m. 1848, Louisa Forman : —

Admiral Sir George Fowler King-Hall, K.C.B. (1911),
C.V.O, (1907), Comdr.-in-Chief .Australia, 1910-13 ; ret.
1914; b. 1850; m. 1892, Olga, d. of tlie late R. C. Ker,
sometime M.P. for Downpatrick ; and has issue: — William
Stephen Richard King-Hall, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N.,
b. 1898 \_m. 1919, Kathleen, d. of Francis Spencer, of The
Chilterns, Wynberg, Cape Colony ; and has issue — Ann ;
and Susan]; Olga Louise Elizabeth \jn. 1927, Alastair
MacLeod] ; and Magdalen \m. 1929, Patrick Perceval
Maxwell]. Res. — 3 Tite Street, Chelsea, S.W.3. Club —
United Service.

Francis Robert King-Hall, Esq., served S. African War
1900-02 (medal, six clasps), b. 1856; m. 1902, Elizabeth,
d. of the late Rev. Canon Charles Davies. Res. — Fairholme,
Emsworth, Hants. Club — Overseas.

Admiral Sir Herbert Goodenough King-Hall, K.C.B.
(1916), C.V.O. (1908), D.S.O. (1894), LL.D. (Camb.) 1919,

C.-in-C. Cape of Good Hope, 1912; Adm. Comdr. Orkneys
and Shetland 1918-19 ; ret. 1922 ; b. 1862; w. 1905, Lady
Mabel Emily Murray, d. of Viscount Stormont, eld. son of
4th Earl of Mansfield. Res.— ^7 Sloane Gardens, S.W.
Club — United Service.

Baldwin Walker King-Hall, Esq., B.A. (Camb.), b.
1868; m. 1927, Eleanor, d. of Henry Seppings Wright.
Res. — Emsworth House, Emsworth, Hants.

HALL-DARE. Quarterly, i. and iiii., the arms of Hall-
Dare (R.L. , 1823, H. Coll.), quarterly, i and 4, azure, a
lion rampant argent, between three lozenges or, eacjj




charged with an increscent gules, in chief a cross crosslet
gold (Dare); 2 and 3, sable, on a chevron engrailed be-
erect or, as many eagles displayed
, the same arms of Hall; iii, the
R.L., 1805). Mantling azure and
a wreath of the colours, a demi-

tween three battleaxes
of the field (Hall) ; ii
arms of Grafton-Dare (
argent. Crests — i. on

lion rampant azure, bezant^e, charged on the shoulder with
a cross crosslet or, and holding between the paws a lozenge
charged with an increscent, as in the arms (Dare) ; 2. on a
wreath of the colours, a horse's head couped sable, sem6e
of mullets or, armed proper, bridled argent, on the head
two ostrich-feathers of the first and third, and holding in
the mouth a battleaxe or (Hall). Motto — " Loyautii sans

Sons of Robert Westley Hall-Dare, Esq., of Newton-

barry House, co. Wexford, and Theynon Bois, Essex

(High Sheriff Essex 1872), I. P. co. Carljw, and (High

Sheriff for that 10. 18681, fi. 1840; d. 1876; ;/;. 1863,

Caroline Susan Henrietta, d. of Henry Newton of

Mount Leicester Lodge, co. Carlow : —

Robert Westley Hall-Dare, Esq., J. P. for cos. of Carlow

and Wexford, D.L. for co. Wexford, 1^. 1866; m. 1896,

Helen (</. 1926), second d. of the late John Taylor Gordon

of Nelhermuir, co. Aberdeen; and has issue — (i) Robert

Westley Hall-Dare, Gentleman, fi. 1899; (2) Charles

Grafton Hall-Dare, Gentleman, Z'. 1902; Audrey; and

Daphne. Seats — Newtownbarry House, Newtownbarry,

CO. Wexford ; East Hall, co. Essex. C/u6s — Carlton,

Kildare Street (Dublin).

Arthur Mildmay Hall-Dare,

eld. d. of

Co. ; and


1897, Edith Clare,
.■\bbeyleix, Queen's
.\rthur Hall-Dare,
and Eva Mildre 1.

Gentleman, i. 1867; m.
Henry C. Fitzherbert of
has surv. issue— Derrick
^. 1900 ; Irene Clare ;

/fes. — Dangan, Thomastown, co.

HALL-DEMPSTER (L.O.). Quarterly, i and 4,
gules, a sword in bend argent, hilted and pommelled or,
surmounted of a fesse of the third ; 2 and 3, or, a lion
rampant gules, debruised by a baton sable, all within a
bordure parted per pale argent and sable. Mantling
gules, doubled or. Crest — A human thigh-bone and
branch of palm disposed saltireways proper. Motto —
" Mors aut vita decora."
Son of : —

Col. Reginald Hawkins Hall-Dempster (formerly Hall),
b. . Res.~

HALL-SAY. Quarterly, i and 4, chevronny of six
azure and gules, two Haunches ermine (for Say) ; 2
and 3, sable, two feathers chevronwise argent, within two
chevronels or, between talbots' heads erased of the second
(for Hall). Mantling azure and argent ; and for his Crests,
I. upon a wreath of the colours, a stag's head erased argent,
gutt^e-de-l'armes, holding in the mouth a cinquefoil slipped
vert (for Say) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a talbot's
head erased sable, charged with four bezants in cross, hold-
ing m the mouth a feather argent. MottO — " Fare et age."
Son of Richard Hall- Say, Esq., J. P. for cos. of Norfolk
and Berks. (High Sheriff 1864), 6. 1827; tf. ;

assumed the name of Say by Royal Licence under the
will of his uncle ; m. 1858, Ellen, only child of the late
Edward Evans of Boveney: —
Geoffrey Norman Edward Hall-Say, Gentleman, i. 1864.
Postal address —

H.\LLOWES. Azure, on a fesse ari;ent, between three
crescents or, as many torteaux. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
grifiSn sable, winged and collared argent. Livery — Dark

Son of Rev. Brabazon Hallowes, M.A. (Oxon.), of
Glapwell Hall, Derbyshire, b. 1819 ; d. 1892 ; m. ist,
Jane Catherine Maria {d. 1853), d. of Rev. Richard
Howard, D.D. ; 2nd, 1856, Elinor, only d. of Thomas
Green of Wilby and Athlmgton, Suffolk : —
Thomas Richard Francis Brabazon Hallowes, Esq., Major
(ret.) late 6th Dragoon Gds. (Carabiniers), J. P. co. Derby,
b. 1853 ; m. i88j, Fanny, d. of late William Parish Robert-
son of Valparaiso ; and has surv. issue — Gwendolyn Maud
[m. 1920, Capt. Benedict Hunt]. Seat— Ca.denha.m Grange,
Cadnam, Hants. Clubs — Naval and Military, Junior

Sons of Herbert Chaworth Hallowes, Gentleman, b.

1857; d. 1912; m. 1883, Elizabeth Duncan, d. of James
Garroway of Glasgow : —

Brabazon James Hallowes, Gentleman.

Herbert Francis Hallowes, Gentleman, b. 1897. Jfes. —
Son of Rev. Brabazon Chambr6 Hallowes, Rector of
Eastnor, i. 1861 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1894, Constance Emily,
d. of Rev. W. Sanders, Rector of Guildford : —

Geoffrey Francis Brabazon Hallowes, Gentleman, d. 1895.

HALLEN, Gentleman, M.D. (Edin.). Bom 1866, being
the only son of the Rev. Arthur Washington Cornelius
Hallen, Clerk in Holy Orders, by his wife Catherine, third
dau. of William Hatton. Armorial bearings — Gules, a
lion rampant or, crowned, armed, and langued azure,
charged on the shoulder with a hammer of the last for
difference. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befit-
ting his degree, with a Mantling gules and or. Crest — A
demi-lion rampant or, crowned, armed, and langued, and
charged on the shoulder with a hammer azure, between two
antique wings sable. MottO — "Sine Deo nil." Married,
1887, Agnes, dau. of William Henry ; and has Issue —

Arthur Cornelius Hallen, Gentleman, born 1889 ; Cathe-
rine Cornelia ; Mirabel ; and Ivy Valentia. Post. add.—^S
Bedford Court Mansions, London, W.C.


HALSEY. Quarterly i. argent, on a pile sable,
three griffins' heads erased of the field (for Halsey,
22 Jan. 1633, H. Coll.); 2. per saltire argent and
sable, two passion-crosses in fesse or, on a chief invected
gules, three garbs of the third (for Whately) ; 3. as
first (for Halsey) ; 4. argent, a cross flory between four
martlets gules, a canton azure (for Stringer) ; 5. gules,
five fusils conjoined in fesse argent, each charged with an
ermine spot sable (for Necton) ; 6. argent, a chevron
ermines between three moorcocks sable, beaked, combed,
wattled and legged gules (for Henshaw) ; 7. argent, a
saltire engrailed sable, on a chief engrailed gules, three
cushions or (for Johnston of Hilton) ; 8. as first. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a




dexter cubit arm proper, habited gules, the cuff argent,
holding a grififin's claw erased or. Motto — " Nescit vox
missa reverti."

Sons of the Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Frederick Halsey,

ist Bart., P.C, M.A., J. P. and D.L. Herts., M.P. for

Herts. 1874, 1880, and for the Western or Watford Div.

1885-1906, Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col. Herts.

Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 1839 ; d. 1926 ; m. 1865, Mary

Julia, youngest d. of F. O. Wells, Bengal Civil

Service : —

Sir Walter Johnston Halsey, 2nd Bart. (22 June 1920),

O.B.E., Lt.-Col. (ret.) 4th Batt. Beds. Regt. (Herts. Mil.),

J. P. CO. Middx. and J. P., D.L. Herts., <J. 1868; m. 1896.

Agnes Marion, youngest d. of W. Macalpine Leny of

Dalswinton, Dumfries; and has issue — Thomas Edgar

Halsey, Esq., Lieut. R.N., b. 1898 [m. 1926, Jean Margaret,

d. of Capt. Bertram Brooke, Tuar Mudah of Sarawak] ;

William Edmund Halsey, Esq., b. 1903; Marion Blanch

[m. 1925, Thomas Selwyn Prior, M.C., and has issue] ; Jean ;

Agatha ; and Evelyn Cecilia. Seat — Gaddesden Place,

Hemel Hempstead, co. Hertford. C/k3j— Carlton, United


Arthur Halsey, Esq., C.B.E., Capt. R.N. (ret.), b. 1869;
m. ist, 1909, Blanche Helen Kerr, d. of the late Admiral
Mark Robert Pechell ; 2nd, Dorothy Mary, d. of the late
S. G. Leatham, of Hansworth Hall, Yorks. ; and has issue
— Lettice. Res. — Spring Grove, Wye. Club — United