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Denis Kelly, K.C.B. ; 2nd, 1877, Mary, d. of late

Joseph F. Da: ley of Dublin : —

Charles Darley Ha vey, Esq., D.S.O., Lieut. -Col. (ret.)

Shervvcod Foresters, b. 1881 ; w. 1913, Julia Mary Ridley,

only child of the late Rev. C. Ridley Carr of Exmouth ;

and has issue — Robert Charles Carr Harvey, Gentleman,

b. 1914 ; Sheelah Darley; and Mary Alice Kekewich.

Res. — Polsted Manor, Guildford. 67?^^— United Service.

HARVEY (H. Coll.). Azure, on waves of the sea, an
ancient ship with three masts, sails set proper, on a chief
nebuly or, a saltire couped of the first between two vine-
leaves slipped vert. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a leopard proper, charged on the
body with two fleurs-de-lys, and resting the dexter forepaw
on a fleur-de-lys azure.

Sons of late John Harvey of Glenside, Leigh Woods,
Long Ashton, Somerset, b. 1832; d. 1900; m. 1862: —

Edward Harvey. Res. —

Major-Gen. Robert Napier Harvey, C.B. , C. M.G. ,
D.S.O.,R.E , A.D.C. to the King 1921-23, Chief Engineer,
A. H.Q. India 1924-28 ; served in S. African War
1899-1901 (desp. ), and Great War 1914-18 (desp.), b. 1868 ;
m. 1909, Clara Mabel Duncan, d. of Bourchier F. Hawksley
of Hyde Park Gardens, W. ; and has issue— Two sons.
Club — Army and Navy.

HARVEY (Confd. by Dethick and Camden 1603, Reg.
U.O. ). Gules, on a bend argent, three trefoils shpped vert.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a lion passant guardant proper, holding in his
dexter paw a trefoil slipped vert. Motto—" Je n'oublierai
jamais." Livery — Green, red facings.

Son of George Miller Harvey, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co.

Donegal (High Sheriff 1870), b. 1838; d. ; m.

1864, Julia Mary {d. 1912), d. of William Charles

Gage of Drummond House, co. Derry : —
John Harvev, Gentleman, b, 1865 ; m. 1895, Florita
Anna, d. of J. Digby O'Donoghue of Montevideo; and has
issue — George Miller Harvey, Gentleman, b. 1908; Mary
Julia {tn. 1924. F. D. Davis]; Emily Georgina [w. 1924,
A. J. Tuke]; DoraLuz [w. 1925, R. R. Gillespie]; Flora
Lilian; and Noah Elizabeth. Seat.—\s\^\\n Hall, co.
Donegal.

HARVEY of Carnousie (L.O., 19 April 1910). Azure,
on a bend between two mullets in chief and a mascle in
base, all argent, three trefoils slipped vert. Mantling
azure, doubled agent. Crest— .•X dexter arm couped at
the elbow proper, holding in the hand a trefoil slipped vert.
Motto — " .Aut mors aut viia decora."

Eldest son and heir of lohn Harvey, Esq., of Carnousie,

D.L. ;md J. P. co. Banff, b. 1841 ; d. 1915; m. ist,

1873, Ellen Sophia [d. 1893-, second d. of Ihomas

J. Christy of Broomfield, Essex; 2nd, 1897, Frances,

third d. of 1.- te Sir Eduard J. Reid, K.C.B.:—

Duncan Stewart Har\ey, Gentleman, b. 1900. Seai^

Carnousie, Turriff, N.B. Res.— -2. Ennisinore Gardens,

S.W.

SSiR ROBERT HARVEY, Knight Bachelor, J. P. cos.
Devon and Cornwall, D.L. for Devon and High
Sheriff (1897), High Sheriff for Cornwall 1900, a Member
of the Commission of Lieutenancy for the City of London,
contested unsuccessfully Devonport in 1892, Knight of
Justice of the Order of the Hospital of St. John cf Jerusalem.



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Born Oct. 2,1847, being the son of Samuel Harvey of Truro,
by Emma his wife, dau. of Robert Norihey of Kenwyn,
CO. Cornwall. Armorial bearings — Argent, on a chev-
ron cottised between three harrows sable, two ears of
wheat bladed proper. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
upon a mouni vert, a cockatrice proper, holding in the beak
three ears of wheat slipped, gorged with a chain, and sus-
pended therefrom a harrow all or. Motto — "Semper
eadem." Married, 1881, Alida Marie (d. igoi), eldest
dau. of Mons. Emile Godefroy of Pessac, Bordeaux, by
Dona Gabriel, his wife, dau. of Don Augustin Verdugo
of Lima, Peru; and has had /ss!^e—{i) Robert Godefroy
Harvey, Esq., t. 1884, (f. 1895; (2) Samuel Emile Harvey,
Esq., Major Lue King's Dragoon Guards, M. P. Tctnes
Div. of Devon since 1924, d. 1885 [m. 1912, Elizabeth
Sybil, d. of late Richard R. Lockett of Alexandra Drive,
Liverpool]; (3) Alfred Northey Harvey, Esq., d. 1892,
d. 1902; (4) Robert Alexander Harvey, Esq., l>. 1896
[m. 1926, Katherine Coulter Hancock]; and Alida Louisa
[m. 1905, Sir Harry E. Brittain, K.B. E. , M.P.]. Seats —
Dundridge, Totnes, S. Devon; Trenowih, Cornwall. Clui
Windham.

HARVEY (U.O.) Gules, on a bend argent, three tre-
foils slipped vert, in sinister chief a mullet for difference.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of
the colours, a lion passant guardant proper, holding in the
dexter paw a trefoil slipped vert. Motto— "Je n'oublieray
jamais."

Sons of Francis Edward Harvey, 6. 1828; d. 1877;
m. 1861, Maria, d. of Rev. Charles Cojkson, Vicar of
Maxey : —
Thomas Francis Harvey, Gentleman, 6. 1865. J?es. —
Harry Charles Harvey, Esq., Major Roy. Irish Rifles,
B.A. (Cainb.), d. 1868. J^es.~

Edwin Percy Harvey, Gentleman, M.A. (Camb.), i.
1874. y?es. —

The Late JOHN ALEXANDER HARVIE-BROWN
of Shirgarton, Quarter, and Dunipace, co. Stirling, J. P. for
that county, F.R.S.E., F.Z.S. Borni844,d. .beingthe

only son of John Harvie-Brown, Esq., J. P., of Shirgarton,
Quarter, and Dunipace, by his wife Elizabeth, only child and




4, gules, on a chevron between two fleurs-de-lys in chief and
a hunting-horn in base or, the latter garnished vert, three
trefoils slipped of the last (for Brown) ; 2 and 3, argent,
on a chevron gules, between three oak-trees eradicated
proper, as many bezants (for Spottiswoode). Upon the
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling gules, doubled or ; and upon a wreath of his
liveries is set for Crest, a lion rampant, holding a fleur-de-
lys in his dexter paw gules, charged on the shoulder with a
trefoil slipped or. Motto—" Floreat majestas."



ROBERTSON-SHERSBY-HARVIE, see
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HARWOOD of Woodhouse, co. Gloucester (H. Coll..
5 Dec. 1884). Ermine, a chevron flory counterflory
betwe,;n three stags' heads caboshed gules, on a chief of




the last as many acorns leaved and slipped or. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, upon
a rock proper, a stag's head caboshed gules, between the
attires an acorn leaved and slipped and on either side an
antler proper. Motto — " Facta non verba."

Sons of Edward Harwood of Ralnor Place, London

(eld. son of Edward Harwood of Woodhouse, see

below), d. 1841 ; d. 1889 ; ?». 1867, Elvira Jane, yst. d.

of Daniel Farley, Bairister-at-Law :^

Edward Ernest Moore Harwgod, Gentleman, 1^. 1867 ;

m. ist, (d. 1901); and has issue— Two daus. ; 2nd,

1911, Hester Susanna Jacoba, d. of A.J. Kuys of Ronde-

bosch, Cape Colony, and has issue— Edward Harwood,

Gentleman, i. 1912. J?es. — Rondebosch, Cape Colbny.

Claud Sebastian Van Renen Harwood, Gentleman,
M.D., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.S. (Lond.), d. 1879; m.
igii, Elsa Claira, eld. d. of late Jean Camille Gyselynck.
J?es. — Stann C'-eek, British Honduras.

Son of Edward Harwood, Esq., of Wooihouse, J. P.

CO. Glos, i. i8i3: d. 1907; m. ist, 1840, Mary, d. of

Young Sturge of Eastwood, Portishead, Somerset : —

Basil Harwood, Gentleman, M.A., Mus. Doc. (Oxon.), d.

1859; ///. 1899, Mabel Ada, d. of Josiah George Jennings

of Castle Eve, Parkstone, Dorset ; and has issue— (i) John

Edward Godfrey Harwood, Gentleman, /'. 1900 ; (2) Basil

Antony Harwood, Gentleman, fi. 1903. Seai— Woodhouse,

Almondsbury, Glos. Clufi — Authors'.



heiress of the late Thomas Spottiswoode of Dunipace, co. Stir-
ling. Armorialbearings— (L.O. , 1893). Quarterly, i and



HARWOOD (H. Coll.). Azure, a chevron nebuly
ermine, plain cottised argent, between three martlets of
the Inst, in the centre chief point a wreath of oak or.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest- On a wreath of the



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colours, upon a mount vert, a wreath of oak, or, thereon
perched a martlet argent.

Sons of Samuel Thomas Harwood, lisq.. J. P. Suffolk,

b. 1843; d. 1925 ; m. 1870, Fanny, d. of James Curling

of London : —

Thomas Arthur Harwood, Esq., J. P. Suffolk, M.A.,*.

1872; III. 1909, Anna Elizabeth, d. of R. H. Cook, Esq.,

J. P., of Hadleigh, Suftblk, and has issue— Thomas Fairfax

Harwood, Gentleman, b. 1910; and Elizabeth Mason.

5(ra/— Battisford Hall, Needham Market, Suffolk.

Professor Samuel Davenport Fairfax Harwood, M.A..
b. 1880.

Son of Thomas Harwood of Belstead Hall, Suffolk,
b. 1809; d. 1887; m. Lucy, d. of Samuel Harwood: —
Alfred Harwood, Esq., J. P. Suffolk, b. 1855; m. 1891,
Edith Eva, only d. of Henry Cooper of Holton Hall,
Colchester ; and has issue — Alfred Henry Fairfax Harwood,
Gentleman, b. 1892 ; and Eva Lucy. Seat — Ackworth
House, East Bergholt, Suffolk.

H.\SELL of Dalemain (H. Coll.). Or, on a fess azure
between three hazel nuts proper, husks, stalks and leaves
vert, as many crescents argent. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a squirrel sejant
argent, cracking a hazel nut proper and encircled with two
hazel branches crossing each other at the top vert. Motto
— " Labor vincit omnia."

Son of Edward Williams Hasell, Esq., of Dalemain,
J. P. and D.L., Chairman of the Quarter Sessions for
Cumberland and Westmorland, Lt.-Col. Comdt.
Westmorland and Cumberland Yeo. Cav. , b. 1796 ;
d. 1872 ; m. 1846, Dorothea [d. 1885), youngest d. of
Edward King of Hungerhill co. Yorks. : —
Rev. Canon George Edmund Hasell, M.A. (Oxon.),
Rector of Aikton, Cumberland, 1872-1911, and Rural Dean
of Wigton 1888-1911, Hon. Canon of Carlisle since 1897,
b. 1847 ; m. 1880, Helen, d. of Rev. Preb. William Sinclair,
fifth son of the Rt. Hon. Sir John Sinclair, Bart. ; and has
issue — (i) Edward William Hasell, Esq., Capt. West-
morland and Cumberland Yeo., B.A. (Oxon.), b. 1888;
(2) Godfrey Sinclair Hasell, Gentleman, B.Sc. (Edin.),
b. i889[w. 1920, Gertrude, d. of John Stroyan of Kirchrist,
CO. Wigton]. Seat — Dalemain, Penrith, Cumberland.

HASLAM. Argent, two bars wavy azure, on a chief
engrailed gules a lamb statant, between two hazel leaves
proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest, upon a
vvreath of the colours, an eagle rising regardant, holding in
the beak a hazel-leaf slipped proper, and pendent from the
neck by a riband argent an escutcheon gules, charged
with a lamb statant proper. MottO—" Agnus Dei salvator
mens." Livery — Blue coat, with white collar and cuffs
and silver buttons.

Son of Sir Alfred Scale Haslam, Knight Bachelor, J. P.

CO. Derby, b. Oct. 27, 1844; d. 1926; m. June 17,

1875, Annie, daughter of the late Thomas Tatam of

The Elms, Little Eaton, in the county of Derby: —

Eric Seale Haslam, Esquire, late Capt. R.A.F., served

Great War 19 14-16, b. April 8, 1886. 5m^— Breadsall

Priory, co. Derby.

HASLER (H. Coll.). Per chevron invected gules and
sable, three lions rampant argent, each charged on the
shoulder with a cross pat^e azure. Mantling gult-s and
argent. Crest -On a wreath of the colours, a squirrel
sejant cracking a nut proper, collared gemel azure, between
two branches of palm also proper. MottO^" Qui e nuce
nucleum esse vult, nucem frangat."

Sons of Lt.-Col. Julian Hasler, East Kent Regt. (the
Buffs), b. 1868; killed in action 1915 ; in. 1908, Edith
Gwendolin, eldest d. of Capt. John Orr Ewing, 5th
Dragoon Guards : —
William Julian Hasler, Gentleman, b. 1912. Res. —
Larkhill, Tetbury, Glos.
John Hasler, Gentleman, b. 1914.

HASSELL-MAW (H. CoU.). Quarterly, i and 4,
or, two bars ermine between three martlets in pale
sable, on a chief gules a lion passant guardant of the
field between two roses argent, barbed and seeded
proper (for Maw) ; 2 and 3, vert, three adders erect
argent, in the centre chief point a crescent or (for Hassell).
Mantling sable and or. Crests — i. on a %vreath of the
colours, in front of a camel's head proper, three roses
fessewise as in the arms (Maw) ; 2. on a wxeath of the



colours, a de.xter arm erect, vested gules, cuffed argent,
and charged with a crescent or, the hand holding a




branch of laurel proper (Hassell). Mottoes — (i) " Cura
mihi futvuri " (Maw); (2) " Haec manus oh patriam "
(Hassell).

Only son and heir of Isaac Tetlow Maw, Gentleman,

of KnedUngton, Yorks., h. 1835 ; d. 1889 ; m. 1873,

Faimy, d. of John Woffindin, of Norton, Yorks.: —

Gerald Woffindin Hassell-Maw, Gentleman, M.R.C.S.,

L.R.C.P., b. 1874, assumed by Deed PoU, Feb. 1928, the

additional surname of Hassell.

[Mr. HasseU-Maw is the last male descendant of
Francis Maw, Gentleman, of Aldwark House, York,
who died 1846, Pedigree recorded from circa 1620 to
date, showing descent from James Maw, of Thornton
Dale, CO. York, and his wife Magdalen, dan. of John
HasseU, and grand-daughter of Ralph Hassell, of
Thornton Dale, co. Yorks. (vide Vn. Yorks. 1665)].
Res. — 30 Kempston Road, Bedford.

H.\STINGS, Baron, see ASTLEY.

HASTINGS, see ABNEY-HASTINGS.

HASTINGS. Argent, a maunch sable. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — A bull's head erased sable,
armed and ducally gorged or. Mottoes — " In veritate
victoria " ; " Honorantes me honorabo " ; " Post praeUa
praemia."

Sons of Rt. Hon. Francis Power Plantagenet

Hastings, 13th Earl of Huntingdon, b. 1841 ; d.

1885 ; m. Mary Arme Wilmot, d. of Col. the Hon.

John Westenra : —
Rt. Hon. Warner Francis John Plantagenet Hastings,
14th Earl of Huntingdon (8 Dec. 1529). D-L-. Lieut.-Col.
(ret.) Prince of Wales's Leinster Regt. [Supporters — On
either side a man-tiger (or Uon guardant with human
face) or, the faces proper], b. 1868; m. 1892, Maud
Margaret, d. of Sir Samuel Wilson, of Portsmouth ; and
has issue — Francis John Clarence Westenra Plantagenet
Hastings, commonly called Viscotmt Hastings, b. 1901
[m. 1925, Christine, d. of Marquess Casati of Rome, and
has issue — Hon.Moorea] ; Lady Maud Cairns Plantagenet
[m. 1916, William Curzon-Herrick, of Beau Manor,
Leics.] ; Lady Norah Frances [m. 1920, 4th Earl of
Kilmorey ; and has issue] ; Lady Marian Ileene Mabel
[m. 19 1 8, Capt. Patrick Keith Cameron, Cameron
Highlanders ; and has issue] . Seat— Bnrton Hall, Lough-
borough, Leics. Town res. — i Manchester Square, W.
Clubs — Carlton, Ranelagh, Kildare Street (DubUn).
Hon. Osmond William Toone Westenra Hastings,

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Temp. Capt. Gen. List., b. 1873 ; m. 1896, Mary Caroline
Campbell, d. of D. Fox Tarratt, of Ellary, co. Argyll ; and
has issue — David Fox Godolphin Hastings, Esq., b. 1909 ;
Robin Hood William Stewart Hastings, Esq., b. 1917 ',
Ileene Wilmot Fox[wt. 1918, Gordon Fairbairne, of Logan
Down, Queensland ; and has issue] ; Dorothy Isabel
Westenra [m. 1923, 2nd Marquess of Cambridge ; and
has issue] ; Helen Stewart Dauboz ; Osmunda Mary.
Seat — Chastleton Glebe, Moreton-in-the-Marsh, Glos.

Hon, Aubrey Craven Theophilus Robin Hood Hast-
tings, b. 1878; m. 1907, Winifred, d. of T. Forsyth-
Forrest, of The Querns, Cirencester ; and has issue —
Peter Robin Hood Hastings, Esq., b. 1920; Diana
Wilmot ; Joan ; Aubreen Heather. Res. — Woodham
House, Wroughton, Swindon, Wilts.

JOHN ANTONY FREEMAN HATCH, Gentleman,
of Ardee Castle, co. Louth. Born 1867, being the only son
of Jeremiah Antony Hatch of Ardee Castle, who </. 1881, by
Mary Wykeham, second dau. of the late Edmund Gunn of
Plymouth, Devon. Armorial bearings -Gules, two demi-
lions passant guardant couped in pale or, on a chief argent
a cannon mounted proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest
— Upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant or,
armed and langued gules, charged on the breast with a pile
of shot proper, and holding in the paws a staff also proper,
thereto affixed a flag argent charged with a cross of the
second. Motto — " Fortis valore et armis." Seat —

HATCH (H. Coll.). Or, on a bend indented plain cottised
azure, two demi-lions passant guardant or, a chief arched
gules. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a roundel per pale argent and or, charged with a
demi-lion passant guardant azure, the whole between two
roses slipped and leaved. Motto — " Fortis in arduis."

Son of John William Hatch, i. 1824 ; d. 1865 ; m. 1856 ;
Matilda Augusta, only d. of Hugh Snell of Callington,
Cornwall, Barrister-at-Law :—

The late .Sir Ernest Frederic George Hatch, Bart. (1908),
i. 1859 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1900, Lady Constance Blanche
Godolphin Osborne [Arms of Osborne — Quarterly, ermine
and azure, a cross or], d. of the 9th Duke of Leeds ; and
left issue — Marjorie Helen Ruth [m. ist, 1919, Capt. William
E. Foster, R.A. F. (from whom she obtained a divorce, 1926) ;
2nd, 1926, Nigel Hughes-Onslow].

The LateJOHN RANDALL HATFEILD, Gentleman.
BornSepl. 21, 1873 ; d. 1917, being the son of John Hatfeild,




Esq., J. P., by his wife Mariana Frances, dau. of Mons,
Adolphe Davide. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, iand4,



ermine, on a chevron engrailed sable, three cinquefoils or (for
Hatfeild) ; 2 and 3, per fesse indented argent and sable, a
pale counterchanged, three goats' heads erased, two and one
azure, and as many crosses pat6e fitch^e, one and two of
the first (for Gossip). Mantling sable and argent. Crests
— I. on a wreath of the colours, a dexter cubit arm vested
sable, cuffed argent, the hand proper holding a cinquefoil
slipped or (for Hatfeild) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,
two goats' heads erased, addorsed, the dexter azure, the
sinister argent (for Gossip). Motto — " Pax." Married,
1901, Nest, youngest d. of W. Hyde of The Grange,
Market Stainton, co. Lincoln ; and left issue — Christine
Joyce. Seats — Thorp Arch Hall, Tadcaster ; and Skellow
Grange, Doncaster. Res. — Edlington Hall, Horncastle,
Lincolnshire.

CHARLES EDWARD GREY HATHERELL, Es-
quire, J. P. Born Dec. 26, 1858, being the only son of
the late Lieut. -Col. James Abraham Hatherell, J. P., Major
and Hon. Lieut. -Col. 3rd Batt. Royal Fusiliers, by his wife
Eliza Emily, second dau. of the Hon. Charles Lennox
Butler, sixth son of James, Lord Dunboyne. Armorial
bearings (H. Coll., 1817) — Per pale azure and sable,
on a chevron engrailed argent, between two lions
rampant in chief and an eagle displayed in base erniinois,
a mascle of the first between two roses gules, barbed and
seeded proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, an antelope's head couped proper,
gorged with a collar chained or, charged with two mascles,
as in the arms, holding in the mouth a rose gules, slipped
vert. Motto — " Probitas verushonos." Married, Aug. 21,
1889, Ethel Henrietta, second dau. of the late Charles
Raymond Pelly of Upton Lodge, Eastbourne, and grand-
dau. of the late Sir Robert North Collie Hamilton, Bart.,
K.C.B. ; and has Issue — James Hamilton Grey Hatherell,
Gentleman, h. 1894; Rita Constance Ellen [w. ist, 1909,
Edmund Neville Trappes-Lomax (who obtained a divorce
1915) ; 2nd, 1915, Robert Buntine, Lieut. Gordon High-
landers [d. of wounds 1918) ; 3rd, 1918, Henry T. R.
Cripps, E)ragoon Gds. , and has issue] ; and Sylvia Adelaide
Anna [m. 191 1, Capt. Percy Molloy, R. M.L.I.]. Seat —
Radford House, near Leamington. Club — Junior Carlton.

HATHERTON, Baron, see LITTLETON.

HATHORN- JOHNSTON -STEWART (L.O., 1743).
Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a chevron gules, between three
hunting-horns vert, garnished of the second; 2 and 3, or,
a fesse chequy azure and argent, surmounted of a bend
engrailed gules, in the sinister chief point a buckle of
the fourth, all within a double tressure flory counter-
flory, also of the fourth. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant gules,
armed and langued azure, grasping a hawthorn tree
fructed, and in the dexter paw a scimitar defending the
same proper. Mottoes (over the crest) — " Fidelitate et
amore " ; (under arms) — " Suffibulatus majores sequor."

Second but eld. surv. son of Robert Hathorn-Johnston-

Stewart, Esq., J. P. and D. L. of Physgill, co. Wigton,

formerly Capt. 13th Light Dragoons, b. 1824 ; d.

1899 ; vt. 2nd, 1856, Anne Murray, second d. of

Sir William Maxwell, 6th Bart., of Monreith, by

Helenora his wife, youngest d. of Sir Michael Shaw

Stewart, 5th Bart. , of Greenock and Blackball : —

Admiral Robert Hathorn-Johnston-Stewart, C.B. (1911),

M.V.O. (1905), b. 1858; ni. 1902, Olive Edith (d. 1925),.

ygst. d. of Reginald Dykes Marshall of Castlerigg Manor,

Keswick, and has issue — Robert Hathorn-Johnston Stewart,

Gentleman, b. 1904 ; Keith Hathorn-Johnston-Stewart,

Gentleman, b. 1907. Seats — Glasserton and Physgill,.

Whithorn, co. Wigton. C/ub—New (Edinburgh)

HATRY (H. Coll.). Argent, three hunting-horns sable
garnished or, each ensigned with a fleur-de-lys azure.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a falcon's head beaked or, charged on the neck
with a bend ermine. Motto — " En Avant."

Sons of Julian Hatry, Merchant, of Belsize Park, and
of Laarguemines, Lorraine, France, b. 1847; d. 1907
m. : —

Eric 'Vivian Hatry, Gentleman, b. . Club — Bath.

Clarence Charles Hatry, Gentleman, b. ■ Res. —

Wargrave House, Alfriston, Sussex ; 5 Great Stanhope
Street, Park Lane, W. i.

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The Late Ma.tor-General VILI.IERS HATTON,
C.B., Grenadier Guards. Born October 8, 1852; d. 1914;
being the eldest son of the late Lieut. -Col. Villiers La Touche
Hanon, J. P., D.L., of Clonard, co. Wexford (High Sheriff




i8b2 and 1863), late of the Grenadier Guaids, by his wife
Rosia Mary, only dau. of the late Sir William Plunkett
de Hathe, Bart. 'Armorial bearings (Con fn. U.O., 1858)
— Azure, on a chevron between three garbs or, an annulet
gules. Mantling azure and or. Crest — Upon a wreath
of the colours, a hind statant or, charged on the body
with an annulet as in the arms. Motto — " Virtus tutissima
cassis." Livery — Dark blue, with orange facings. Married,
March 30, 1897, Emily, only child of Charles Burrall
Hoffman of New York. Estates in cos. Wexford and
Waterford. Postal address — 34 Charles Street, Berkeley
Square, W.

HATTON-ELLIS. Azure, on a chevron between two
garbs in chief and a lion passant in base all or, a
mascle between two crescents of the field. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
lion between two garbs all or. Motto—" Fide et amore."

Son of W'illiam Hatton of Manchester, ^. ; d. ;

m. . Sarah, d. of John Ellis of Shrewsbury : —

Joseph Alfred Hatton-Ellis (formerly Hatton), Gentle-
man, Lieut. Army Mntor Reserve, 6. 1866 ; m. 1898,
Florence Martha, d. of Col. Willmott Mawson of Ardwick,
Manchester ; and has issue — Alfred Willmott Balfour
Hatton-Ellis, Gentleman, d. 1898 ; Alexander Dorothy
May; and Ida Millicent Irene. J?es. —

HAVELOCK-ALLAN (R.L., 17 March 1880, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, quarterly, i. and iiii., sable, a cross
potent quarter-pierced or, charged with four gouttes-de-
sang, in chief two lions' heads erased of the second, all
within a bordure engrailed erminois, a canton ermine
(Allan); ii. and iii., vert, a castle argent, between two
fleurs-de-lys in chief and a cross crosslet fitchee in base or
(Havelock, 1857) ; 2 and 3, the same arms of Havelock by
male descent. Mantling sable and or. Crests — i. on a
wreath of the colours, a demi-lion argent, ducally crowned
gules, charged on the shoulder with a cross crosslet fitchee
sable, holding in the dexter paw a cross potent or, and
supporting with the sinister a rudder of the second (Allan) ;
2. on a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant gules, semfee
of ermine spots and charged on the shoulder with a castle
argent, sustaining a Danish battleaxe proper ; and in an
escroll above it " Lucknow." Motto — ■' Fideliter."



Sons of Sir Henry Marshman Havelock-AUan, ist
Bart., V.C. G.C.B., D.L., retired Lt.-Gen. in the
Army, Col. Royal Irish Regt. , i. 1830; killed in action
1897 ; m. 1865, Lady .'Mice Moreton, d. of Henry George
Francis, 2nd Earl of Ducie : —
Sir Henry Spencer Moreton Havelock-AUan, 2nd Bart.
(22 Ian. 1858), late Major Lanes. Fusiliers, formerly Major
Durham L.I., J. P. and D.L. co. Durham, J. P. N.R.
Yorks. , M.P. Bishop Auckland 1910-18, d, 1872; m. 1903,
Edith, O.B.E., J. P., d. of the late T. C. J. Sowerby of
Snow Hill, Darlington. Heat — Blackwell Grange, Darling-
ton, Durham. Clubs — Brooks's, Yorkshire (York).

Allan Havelock-AUan, Esq., late Lieut, ist N.R. of
Yorkshire Artillery, b. 1874 ; w. ist, 1897, Annie Julia (who
obtained a divorce 1013)1 d. of Sir William Chaytor, 3rd
Bart. ; 2nd, 1914, -Mine, d. of Edward Beresford, of