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Awbawn, co. Cavan, and has surv. issue (by ist marriage) —
(i) Henry Ralph Moreton Havelock- Allan, Lieut, late Scots
Gds., b. 1899; (2) .Anthony James Allan Havelock-Allan,
Gentleman, b. 1904; Hope Aline \jn . 1925, Graeme Stewart
Lockhart Whitelaw, Seaforth Highlanders, and has issue] ;
and Barbara Jean [w. 1928, John A. Eilert]. Res. — Black-
well Manor, Darlington.

HAVELOCK (H. Coll., 1857). Vert, a castle argent,,
between two fleurs-de-lys in chief and a cross crosslet fitchee
n base or. Mantling vert and argent. Crest— On a

wreath of the colours, a lion rampant gules, sem^e of ermine
spots, and charged on the shoulder with a castle argent,
sustaining a Danish battleaxe proper ; and over it the
Motto, " Lucknow."

Son of George Eric Havelock, Gentleman, b. 1862 ;

d. 1924 ; m. 1890, Maria, d. of Lewis Nannev of Home

Hall, CO. Durham: —
Eric Henry Edwards Havelock, Gentleman, b. 1891.


time M.P. for the I ullamore Division of King's County.
Born 1864, eldest son of the late Edmund Haviland-Burke,
Gentleman, formerly M.P. for Christchurch (only son of




the late Thomas Aston Haviland, Gentleman, who being
grandnephew and heir-at-law of the late Rt. Hon. Edmund
Burke, assumed the surname and arms of Burke in addition
to those of Haviland by Royal Licence in 1818), by Jane,
second dau. of the late F. Waltham. Armorial bearings-
Quarterly, I and 4, or, a cross gules, in the first quarter a
lion rampant sable (for Burke); 2 and 3, argent, three
castles triple-towered sable (for Haviland). Mantling gules
and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, a cat-a-
mountain sejant guardant proper, collared and chained or
(for Burke) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a castle as in
the arms; and over it the Motto, " Dominus fortissima
turris" (for Haviland). Motto — " Vinctus sed non victus."
Married, 1893, Susan, second dau. of the late John Wilson
of Carn Sampson, Ballycastle, co. Antrim. /Residence —

HAVINDEN (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend sable
between two tongues of fire proper, three lions' heads
erased or. Mantling sable aad argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a dragon's head couped and
regardant, between two tongues of fire, all proper.
Motto — " Virtus igue perspecta."

Son of James Havinden, of Wood View, Bowes
Road, New Southgate, b. 1842 ; d. 1915 ; m.
1863 :—
Gustavus Edward Havinden, Merchant, b. 1876.
Address — 9 Queen Victoria Street, E.C.4.

HAWARDEN, Viscount, see MAUDE.

HA WES (H. Coll.). Per fesse wavy azure and ermine,
in chief two lions passant or, and in base a saltire couped
gules. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath
argent and azure, in front of a stag's head, holding in the
mouth a thistle slipped proper, three cinquefoils gules.
Motto — " Dum vivo spero."

Son of James Hawes, of Surbiton, b. 1826 ;
m. 1854 : —

Charles Edward Hawes, Gentleman, Solicitor of the
Supreme Cotu:t of Judicature, b. 1867. Res. — Meadow-
bank, Surbiton, Surrey.

HAWKE, Argent, a chevron erminois between
three pilgrims' staves purpure. Mantling purpura and
argent. Crest — A falcon, wings displayed and inverted
proper, belled and charged on the breast with a fleur-de-
lys or. Motto—" Strike."

Sons of Rev. the Rt. Hon. Edward Henry Julius
Hawke, 6th Baron Hawke, Clerk in Holy Orders,
b. 1815 ; d. 1887 ; m. 1857, Jane, d. of Henry
Dowker, of Laysthorpe, Yorks. : —

Rt. Hon. Martin Bladen Hawke, 7th Baron Hawke (20
May, 1776), of Towton, Yorks., J. P., Capt. and Hon. Maj.
(ret.) Princess of Wales's Own Yorks. Regt. [Supporters —
On the dexter, a figure of Neptune, mantle vert, edged
argent, crowned with an Eastern crown or, the dexter
arm erect, and holding, in the act of striking, a trident
sable point downwards silver, resting the left foot 011 a
dolphm proper ; on the sinister, a sea-horse or, holding
between the forepaws a banner argent, the staff broken
sable], 6. i860 ; m. 19 16, Margery, d. of W. Peacock
Edwards, W.S., and widow of Arthur Cross. Res. —
Glasclune, North Berwick ; Huttons Ambo Hall, York ;
10 Belgrave Square, S.W. Clubs — Carlton, Sports,
Bath, Yorks.

Hon. Stanhope Hawke, Admiral (ret,), 6. 1863. Res.
— Moorlands, Haxby, Yorks.

Hon. Edward Julian Hawke, b. 1873 ; m. 1900,
Frances Alice, d. of Col. John Wilmer, LA. ; and has
issue — Bladen Wilmer Hawke, Esq., b. 1901 ; Julian
Stanhope Theodore Hawke, Esq., b. 1904 ; Veronica
Margery. Res. — Kippington Grange, Sevenoaks.

JOHN HAWKES-CORNOCK, Esquire, J. P. for co.
Wexford. Born Nov. 9, 1841, being the son of Zachariah
Cornock Hawkes, by his wife Henrietta Margaret, dau. of
John Long; and assumed by Royal Licence the addi-
tional surname and arms of Cornock in the year 1883.
Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, party per fesse
gules and azure, a dexter cubit arm issuing from the sinister,
grasping in the hand a sword all proper, in chief two
crescents or (for Cornock) ; 2 and 3, argent, a pale gules
and three hawks' heads erased, two and one, counter-
changed, in the centre chief point a cross pat6e or (for
Hawkes). Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting
his degree, with a Mantling gules and cr; and for h«s

Crests, I. upon a wreath of the colours, a dexter cubit arm
fessewise, the hand grasping a sword erect ail proper, the
arm charged in fesse with two crescents azure (for Cornock) ;
2. upon a wreath of the colours, on a branch of oak lying
fessewise, a hawk rising all proper, jessed and belled or,
with the motto over, " Virtute non vi." Motto — " Animo
et fide." Livery — Blue, with silver buttons. Married,
February 4, 1874, Mary Charlotte, only child of Richard
Hughes of Wrexham; and has Issue— (i) John Hawkes-
Cornock, Gentleman, i. 1876 [/«. 1906, Elsa, eld. d.
of Col. Burrows of Budleigh Salterton, Devon] ; (2)
Zack Edisbury Hawkes-Cornock, Gentleman, 6. 1880;
(3) Richard Hawkes-Cornock, Gentleman, 6. 1886;
d. young ; and Henrigita Emma [m. 1906, Harry Hall
Irvine]. Estates — Cromwell's Fort, Rockspring, Kilcasane,
Ballycrun, Bellcarrig, Salville, Kilcasane, Clologru, all in
CO. Wexford ; Eagle Hill, co. Kilkenny ; Moneens and Killo-
hara, co. Cork. Post. add. — Cromwell's Fort, Wexford.
Club — Wexford County.

HAWKINS of Kelston, Somerset (H. Coll.. 13 May
1909). Argent, on a saltire engrailed sable, a quatrefoil
between four fleurs-de-lys or. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert,
a hind lodged or, the dexter forefoot resting on a gun-
stone. Motto — " Pro Deo et rege."

Only son of John Caesar Hawkins, Esq. (son of Sir

John Caesar Hawkins, 3rd Bt.), b. 1805; d. 1845;

m. 1836, Louisa Georgiana Letitia, yst. d. of Thomas

Bourke Ricketts of Combe House, Herefordshire: —
Rev. Sir John Caesar Hawkins, 4th Bt. (25 July 1778),
M.A. (Oxon.), Hon. D.D. St. Andrews, Hon. Canon of
St. Albans, formerly Rector of St. Albans and of Chelms-
ford, b. 1837 ; m. 1863, Mary Catherine, d. of Thomas
Ellames Withington of Culcheth Hall, Lancaster. Res. —
Kelston Lodge, Banbury Road, Oxford. Club — New

Son of Thomas Scott Hawkins, Esq., Lt.-Col. late

ist (the Royal Scots) Regt.,/^. 1814; d. 1889; m. 1873,

Fanny Cecilia, d. of Evan Williams of Duffryn Frwd,

CO. Glamorgan : —
John Scott Cassar Hawkins, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon.),
b. 1875. Res. — Wenley Lodge, Weston, Bath.

Sons of Arthur Caesar Hawkins, b. 1816; d. 1890;

m. ist, 1850, Emmeline Jane, d. of Jonah Dawnay ;

and, 1856, Louisa Jane, d. of S. Grice of Asheldham

Hall, Essex : —
Henry Caesar Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1852; 7n. ist,
1883, Kate (d. 1894), d. of Joseph Henderson, C.M.G. :
2nd, 1906, Bessie Gertrude, d. of Charles Roper of Blis-
worth, Northants. ; and by his first wife has had issue —
(i) Frederick Caesar Hawkins, Gentleman, Lieut. King's
African Rifles, b. 1887 ; d. 1917, of wounds received in
action; (2) Villiers Geoffrey Caesar Hawkins, Esq., Capt.
late R.F.A., b. 1890 [w. 1920, Blanche, d. of A. E. Hamp-
den-Smithes of Springs, Transvaal, and has issue —
Humphry Villie s Cassar Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1923;
and Ivy Blanche] ; (3) Humphry C«sar Hawkins, Gentle-
man, M.C., Lieut. R.F. A., b. 1891 ; killed in actitn 1918 ;
and Dorothy Mary, O.B. E. [m. 1903, Charles T. Gervers,
late Comdr. R.N.]. Res. — Geduld, Transvaal.

Arthur Caesar Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1857. Res. —
Scott Cassar Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1861. Res. —
Percy Cagsar Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1863. Res. —
Bertram Caesar Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1872. Res. —
George Caesar Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1875. ^'^- —
Cyril Caesar Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1878. Res. —

Sons of Villiers William Caesar Hawkins, Esq., Dep.

Com. -Gen. (ret.), b. 1824; d. 1909; m. 1857, Emily,

d. of Hon. John Daly: —
Frederick Daly Caesar Hawkins, Esq., I..t.-Col. late
Indian Medical Ser., b. 1858; ??i. 1892, Mabel, d. of the
late George Whitfeld, Esq., J. P., of Hamsey House,
Lewes. Res. — Thirlestane, Arundel Road, Eastbourne.

Villiers ."Mweyn Caesar Hawkins, Gentleman, b. i860;
m. 1888, Florence Celia, only child of Major J. Cowper,
15th Regt. ; and has surv. issue — Villiers Frederick Caesar
Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1888 [m. 1922, Emma, d. of
Jean Joho, of Zurich. Res. — 35 Phillimore Gardens,
Kensington, W.

Herbert Caesar Hawkins, Esq., M.R.C.S., J. P. Dorset,
b. 1863; m. ist, 1890, Florence Margaret (d. 1897), d. of
William Tonge ; 2nd, 1902, Marianna, widow of W. D.
Lloyd and d. of Charles Frederick Murray of Woodcote
Hall, Epsom ; and has issue by first mar. — Kathleen

Plate IX.







Margaret. Res. — Greenwode Leghe, Up Hatherley,

Ernest Caesar Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1872; m. 1897,
Frances Mary, cl. of John Foy of Bolton Gardens, London.
i??i-.— Hill Cottage, Knowl Hill, Twyford, Berks.

HAWKINS (U.O., Fun. Entry, 1680). Per chevron
argent and vert, three hinds trippant proper. Mantling
vert and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a
falcon rising proper, belled or, perched on a lure of the
first, stringed argent and vert. Motto — " Providence with

Son of James Staples Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1837 ;

d. 1909 ; VI. 1865, Letitia Georgiana, d. of George

Augustus Fre lerick Brooke, Esq., D.L., of Ashbrook,

CO. Fermanagh : —
Capt. Herbert Reginald Montgomery Hawkins, late
Dorsetshire Regt., b. i86g ; m. 1894, Hilda Nugent, 3rd d. of
Henry Hyde Nugent Bankes of Wraysbury, Bucks. ; and has
issue — (i) Geoffrey Alan Brooke Hawkins, Esq., M.V.O.,
D.S.O., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N., b. 1895 [w. 1926, Lady Mar-
garet Montagu-Douglas-Scott, d. of the Duke of Buccleuch
(C/j<3— Naval and Military)]; (2) Victor Francis Staples
Hawkins, Esq., M.C., Capt. Lanes. Fusiliers, b. i8g6 ; (3)
Audley Reginald Hawkins, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; lerne
Cecilia [w. 1921, Major W. H. Blood, M.V.O., Q.V.O.,
Corps of Guides] ; and Joyce Hilda. 5«a/— South Walks
House, Dorchester.

HAWKINS (H. Coll.). Sable, the sails of a windmill

argent, between four grenades or. Mantling sable and

argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a wall

embattled argent, masoned sable, a hawk, holding in the

dexter claw a sword erect proper, pommelled and hUted or.

Son of Hawkins, of ,b. \

m. : —

Thomas Albert Hawkins, Esq., J. P., h. . Res. —

Aldridge Court, Aldridge, Walsall, Staffs.


HAWKSHAW. Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a chevron
gules, between three hawks' heads erased proper, each
gorged vdth a ducal coronet or (for Hawkshaw) ; 2 and
3, azure, a cinquef oil argent, between three ducal coronets
or (for Parry). Mantling gules, doubled argent. Ciest
— On a wreath of the colours, a hawk's head erased and
gorged as in the arms. Motto — " Perseverance." Livery
— Drab, scarlet collar, scarlet and white striped waist-

Sons of Comdr. Hugh Hawkshaw, R.N., h. 1795 ;
d. 1870 ; m. 1845, Catherine Eliza, d. of Robert
Miller, Esq. of Blackheath Park, S.E. :—

William Stearn Hawkshaw, Gentleman, h. 1851 ; m.
Eliza Murton Shore, and has issue — 4 sons, 4 dans. Res.
— Canada.

Hugh Burrington Hawkshaw, Esq., Comdr. R.N., h.
1852 ; w. 1896, Aimee Helen, d. of Macnamara Faulkner,
Esq., Belgian Consul, and has issue — Cicely Helen
Burrington \m. 1918, Capt. T. J. D. Atkinson, O.B.E.,
B..\., and has issue — i dau.]. Address —

Solicitor. Armorial bearings — Ermine, on a perch issuant
from the base, a hawk regardant proper, holding in tht- beak
an ear of wheat slipped or, in chief two hawks' lures gules,
a chief vert, thereon a bugle-horn stringed of tlie third, all
within a bordure of the fourth charged with eight roses of
the first, barbed and seeded of the second. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
upon a perch, a hawk regardant, holding m the beak an
ear of wheat as in the arms, between two ostrich feathers
argent. Motto — '""Vigilant." Residence — 14 Hyde Park
Gardens, London, W, Clubs — Reform, Garrick.

HAWKSLEY, C.M.G., D.S.O., R.E. (ret. ), Chief Engmeer
of Gibraltar 1923-26. Born 1870, being the eldest son of the
late James Taylor Hawksley, Esq., J. P. for co. Pembroke,
High Sheriff 1884, by his wife Emily Julia, second dau. of
George Price. Armorial bearinga— Ermine, a fesse nebuly
azure, between two lions rampant in chief and a hawk in
base proper. Mantling azure and argent ; and for his
Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, upon three mascles
interlaced fessewise azure, a hawk proper, collared azure.
Motto — "Garde I'honneur." Married, 1900, Kate Mar-

jorie, dau. of Bowen Pottinger Woosnam, Esq., D.L. , of
Tyn-y-graig, Breconshire. .S<^a/— Bronllys Castle, Brecon-

HAWLEY of Leybourne Grange. Vert, a saltire
engrailed or. Mantling vert and or. Crest — A dexter
arm in armour proper, garnished or, holding in the hand
a spear in bend sinister point downwards also proper.

Sons of Cyril Francis Hawley, Capt. K.R.R.C., 6.

1878 ; d. 1914 ; »». 1912, Ursula Mary (Res. —

14 Stafford Place, Buckingham Gate), d. of Henry

Percy St. John :—
Sir David Henry Hawley, 7th Bart. (14 May, 1795),
of Leybourne Grange, Kent, b. 1913 ; s. his uncle
1923. Seat — Tumby Lawn, Boston, Lines. Res. — The
Manor House, Gayton, Northants.

Anthony Charles St. John Hawley, Esq., 6. 1914.
Res. —

Third son of Sir Henry Michel Hawley, 5th Bart.,

b. 1848 ; d. 1909 ; m. 1875, Frances Charlotte (d.

1926), d. of John Wingfield-Stratford, of Addington

Park, Kent :—
Michael Charles Hawley, Esq., b. 1879; m. 1911,
Ethel, d. of W. H. Williams, of Adelaide Road, N.W.,
and has issue — Micheline. Res. — Tumby Lawn, Boston,

HAWORTH of Dunham Massey (H. Coll., 1911).
Azure, on a bend between two stags' heads couped or, as
many garbs gules. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, issuant out of grass proper, a stag's
head gules, armed and collared with a chain or.

Son of Abraham Haworth of Hilstcn House, Altrin-
cham. Cheshire, J. P., b. 1830; d. 1902; m. 1861,
Elizabeth, d. of John Goodier of Rusholme, Lanca-
shire :^
Sir Arthur Adlington Haworth, ist Bart. (1911), J. P. cos.
Chester and Salop, Junior Lord of the Treasury 1912, M.P.
for South Manchester 1906-12, Chairman of Manchester
Royal Exchange, and formerly Chairman of Council of
Congregational Union of England and Wales, b. 1865 ;
m. 1891, Lily, J. P., Lanes., yst. d. of John Rigby of
Altrincham ; and has issue — Arthur Geoffrey Haworth, Esq. ,
b. 1896 [m. 1926, Emily Dorothea, d. of H. E. Gaddum
of The Priory, Rowden ; and has issue — Philip Haworth,
Esq., b. 1927]; Lois Adlington; and Mary Suzette. Seat
— Normanby, Altrincham, Cheshire. Clubs — Reform and
National Liberal (London), Reform and Union

HAWORTH of Ashley Green (H. CoU., 8 Feb. 1919).
Azure, a bend between two stags' heads couped argent,
on a chief or a weaver's shuttle fessewise sable, between
two roses gules, barbed and seeded proper. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
upon a shuttle fessewise sable, a stag's head couped or,
charged with a rose as in the arms. Motto — " Quod
spero ero."

Son of Richard Haworth, Esq., J. P., of Mersey Bank,

Didsbury, b. 1820 ; d. 1883 ; m. 1839, Sarah, d.

of John Sewell : —

Frederic Haworth, Esq., O.B.E., V.D., T.D., Hon.

Col. 7th Lanes. Fusiliers, J. P., D.L., b. 1857; m. 1881,

Mary, d. of R. Hodgkinson, of Cheadle, Moseley, Cheshire ;

and has issue — Richard Haworth, Esq., D.S.O., M.V.O.,

Major (ret.) Lanes. Fus., h. 1882 ; and 2 daus. Res. —

Ashley Green, Loughrigg, Ambleside.

HAWORTH-BOOTH of Hullbank (R.L., 22 Feb. 1S91 ;
exemplified H. Coll. 26 Nov. 1913). Quarterly, i and 4,
argent, three boars" heads erect and erased sable (Booth) ;
2 and 3, azure, on a bend between two stags' heads couped
or, a long-bow of the field (Haw-orth). Mantling sable and
argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, a figure
representing St. Catherine robed and crowned as a queen,
kneeling affront^e, in the dexter hand a Catherine- wheel, in
the sinister hand a sword supported, the point downwards,
all proper (Booth) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a stag's
head gules, attired or, gorged with a collar of roses argent
(Haworth). Motto — " Quod ero spero."

Sons of Lieut. -Col. Benjamin Blaydes Haworth Booth
of Hullbank House and Rowlston Hall, co. York, J. P.,
D.L. , M.A., /'. 1823 ; d. 1901 ; m. 1853, Cordelia, d. of
Rev. Fitzgerald Wintour : —
Rear-Adm. Sir Francis Fitzgerald Haworth-Bcoth,
K.C.M.G. (1919) (ret. 1913), Naval Representative in




London for Commonwealth of Australia 1911-20, J. P. E.
Riding Yorks., fi. 1864 ; m. 1893, Constance Isabel, eldest d.
of the late Maj.-Gen. C. W. Moore, late io8th Regt. ; and
has issue — (i) Francis Adrian Blaydes Haworth-Booth, Esq. ,
Lieut, (ret.) R.N. , i. 1894; (2) Osbert Moore Haworth-
Booth, Esq., Capt. R. Marines, />. 1895 ; and Constance
Cordelia [w. 1924, Flight-Lieut. F. L. C. Butcher], J?es. —
— Haworth Hall, Hullbank, Hull. Clui—Vnhed Service.
Digby Clifton Haworth-Booth, Gentleman, /'. 1872; m.
1895, Maude, only d. of C. G. Howard of Newland, Hull,
Yorks. ; and has issue — (i) Michael Haworth-Booth, Gentle-
man, d. 1896; (2) Robin Howard Haworth-Booth, Flying
Officer, R.A.F., D.F.C., /'. 1899; (3) Anthony Brough
Haworth-Booth, Gentleman, d. 1904 ; (4) Nicholas Leonard
Haworth-Booth, Gentleman, P. 1913 ; Rosamund; and
Sylvia Marvell. lies. — The Mill House, Balcombe, Susse.x.
Clud — Windham.

HAWTREY of Chequers (H. Coll.). Argent, four
lions passant guardant sable, ducally crowned or, be-
tween four bendlets, also sable. Motto — " Omnia bona

Son of Rev. Montague Hawtrey, Preb. of Wilts.,

b. 1805 ; d. 1886 ; m. 1840, Louisa, d. of Daniel de

Lisle Dobr^e, of Guernsey : —
John William Hawtrey, Gentleman, b. 1865 ; m. 1897,
Helen Blanche, d. of Major-Gen. WilUam Driscott
Gossett, R.E. ; and has issue — John Gossett Hawtrey,
Esq., Flying Officer, R.A.F., b. 1901 ; and Dorothea
Helen [m. , John Long]. Res. — Rimpton, St.

Peter's-in-Thanet, Kent.

Sons of Rev. Henry Courtenay Hawtrey, Re tor

of Nursling, Hants., b. 1820 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1863,

Emily, d. of Robert Burleigh Sewell : —
Gilbert Henry Courtenay Hawtrey, Gentleman, b. 1869.
Res.—St. Paul's School, Concord, N.H., U.S.A.

Ralph Osmund Hawtrey, Gentleman, b. 1878. Res. —
289 Wychwood Avenue, Toronto, Canada.

Henry Courtenay Hawtrey, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O.,
Brigadier late Royal Corps of Signals, b. 1882 ; nt. 1907,
Emily Mildred, eld. d. of Frederick George Gough ; and
has issue — Adrienne Courtenay ; and Caryll Courtenay.
Res. — 221 Cromwell Road, S.W.5. Club — United Service.

Son of Rev. John William Hawtrey, of Slough,

b. 1818 ; d. 1891 ; m. 1845, Frances, d. of George

Samuel Procter : —
Edmond Charles Hawtrey, Gentleman, b. 1861 ;
m. 1902, Helen Maud, d. of Rev. HaviUand Durand of
St. Peter's, Earley, Berks. ; and has issue — John Havil-
land Procter Hawtrey, Gentleman, b. 1905 ; Stephen
Charles Hawtrey, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; Geoffrey Montague
Hawtrey, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; and Nancy Mildred.
i?es.— Harold Road, Dulwich, S.E.

Son of George P. Hawtrey, author and actor, b. 1846 ;

d. 1910 ; m. 1873, Eda, d. of William Strahan : —
Ralph George Hawtrey, Gentleman, b. 1879. Postal
Address — The Treasury, Whitehall, S.W.

Son of Arthur Hawtrey, tea merchant, b. 1855 ;

d. 1906 ; m. 1896, Jessica, d. of Thomas Osborne : —
Eric Edmond Havant Hawtrey, Esq., M.C., b. 1897.
Postal Address — Labour Ministry, Whitehall, S.W.


HAY (L.O. , 1824). Quarterly, i. azure, a unicorn
salient argent, armed, maned, and unguled or, within
a bordure cf the last charged with eight half thistles vert,
impaled with as many half roses gules ; 2. cr, a lion's
head erased within a double tressure flory counterflory gules ;
3. argent, three inescutcheons gules ; 4. or, three bars wavy
gules, surmounted of a scimitar in pale argent, hiked and
pommelled of the field, all within a bordure gules. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries,
an aged lowland Scots ccuntryman couped at the knees,
vested in grey, waistcoat gules, bonnet azure, bearing on his
shoulder an ox-yoke proper. Motto — " Renovate animos. "
Eld. son of Rev. Frederick Drummond Hay, M.A.,
Clerk in Holy Orders, formerly Vicar of Nestcn, Wilts.,
d. July 7, 1839; d. ; m. ist, June 27, 1865, Eliza-

beth Ann {d. 1878), youngest dau. cf Robert Matthews,
Esq., of The Elms, Taplow, Bucks.: —
Frederic Edward Hay, Gentleman, l>. July 23, 1868.
J?«.— 18 Great Russell Street, Bath.

HAY (L.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, three escut-
cheons gules (for Hay) ; 2, gules, three bars ermine (for
Gifford of Yester) ; 3, azure, three cinquefoils argent (for

Eraser). Mantling gules doubled ermine. Crest — A goat's
head erased argent, homed or. Supporters — On either
side a buck proper, attired or, collared azure, the collars
charged with three cinquefoils argent. Motto — " Spare

Eld. son of Most Hon. William Montagu Hay, loth
Marquess of Tweeddale, K.T., b. 1826 ; d. 1911 ; m.
1878, Candida Louise, C.B.E. (d. 1925), d. of Vincenzo
Bartolucci, of Cantiano Marche, Italy : —
Most Hon. WUliam George Montagu Hay, nth Mar-
quess of Tweeddale (17 Dec. 1694), Earl of Gifford, Earl
of Tweeddale, co. Peebles (1646), Viscount Walden and
Baron Hay, of Yester, co. Haddington (29 Jan. 1488),
Hereditary ChamberUn of Dunfermline, D.L., Maj. S.R.
ist L. Gds., b. 1884 ; m. 1912, Marguerite Christine
Ralli, step-d. of Lewis Einstein ; and has issue — Lady
Helene Candida ; Lady Marguerite Georgina ; Lady
Daphne Christine. Seat — Yester House, co. Hadding-
ton. Res. — 22 Gloucester Square, W.2.

HAY (L.O. , c. 1672-77). Argent, three escutcheons, two
and one, gules. Mantling gules, doubled ermine. Crest —
Upon a wreath of his liveries, a falcon rising proper. Sup-
porters — Two men in country habits proper, each holding
an o.x-yoke over his shoulder all proper, the bows gules.
Motto — " Serva jugum."

Only son of Rt. Hon. Sir Victor Alexander Sereld Hay,

2ist Earl Erroll, K.C.M.G. , Minister Diplomatic

Service, British High Commissioner, Rhineland, 6.

1876 ; d. 1928 ; m. 1900, Mary Lucy Victoria, d. of

Sir Allan Russell Mackenzie, 2nd Bart. : —

Rt. Hon. Josslyn Victor Hay, 22nd Earl of Erroll (17

March T453) ^^d Baron Kilmarnock of Kilmarnock,

Hereditary Lord High Constable of Scotland, Hon. Attache

and Private Sec. to H.B.M. Ambassador at Berlin 1920-22,

6. 1901 ; m. 1923, Lady Idina Gordon, d. of 8th Earl de la

Warr, and has issue — Lady Diana Denyse. Seats^S\a.ins

Castle, Cruden, Aberdeen ; and Walls, Cumberland.

Ifes. — Slains, Gilgil, Kenya Colony.

HAY (L.O., 1811). Quarterly, first and fourth grand
quarters, i and 4, azure, a unicorn salient argent, armed,
maned, and unguled or, within a bordure of the last,
charged with eight demi-thistles vert, impaled with as
many demi-roses gules for augmentation ; 2 and 3, argent,
three escutcheons gules (Hay); second grand quarter, i
and 4, or, three bars wavy gules, surmounted of a scimitar
in pale argent, hilted and pommelled of the field (Drum-
mond) ; 2 and 3, or, a lion's head erased within a double
tressure flory counterflory gules, a coat of augmentation

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