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likewise (Drunmiond). Mantling gules, doubled ermine.
Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, an aged Lowland
Scots countryman, couped at the knees, vested in grey
waistcoat gules, bonnet azure, bearing on his shoulder an
o.\-yoke proper. Supporters — Two young Lowland Scots
countrymen, habited as the crest ; the dexter holding over
his shoulder the coulter of a plough ; the sinister a paddle
of a plough, both proper. Motto — " Renovate animos."
Only son of Edmund Alfred Rollo George Hay, Esq.,
Viscount Dupplin (who was only son of 13th Earl of
Kinnoul), Lieut, ist Vol. Batt. Royal Sussex Regt.,
/'. 1879; d. 1903; m. 1901, Gladys Luz, d. of the late
Anthony Harley Bacon and great-grand-dau. of the
Sth Earl of Oxford ; —
Rt. Hon. George Harley Hay, 14th Earl of Kinnoull
(25 May 1633), Viscount Dupplin and Baron Hay of
Kinfauns in Scotland, and Baron Hay of Pedwardine
(G.B. 1711),;^. 1902; m. 1st, 1923, Enid Margaret Hamlyn
(who obtained a divorce 1927), only child of Maj. Ernest ■
Gaddesden Fellows ; 2nd, 1928, Mary Ethel Isobel, d. of
Dr. F. R. Meyrick. Seai — Balhousie Castle, Perth.

HAY of Park. Argent, three escutcheons within

a bordure gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —

A falcon, win^s addorsed proper. Motto — " Serva jugum."

Son of Sir Lewis John Enrol Hay, 9th Bart., b. 1886 ;

d. 1923 ; m. 1895, Lizabel Annie, d. of Lachlan

MacDonald, of Skeabost, Skye : —

Sir Arthur Thomas Erroll Hay, loth Bart. (25 Aug.

1663), of Park, CO. Wigtown, b. 1909. Res. — 6 Ravelston

Park, Edinburgh.

HAY of Smithfield and Haystoun (L.O., 1806).
Quarterly, i and 4, azure, three cinquefoils argent; 2
and 3, gules, three bars ermine ; over aU, upon an
escutcheon of pretence argent, three escutcheons gules,



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HAYTER, Baron, see CHUBB.

HAYTER-HAMES (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4,
azure, a chevron between three demi-lions, each holdingjin




the paws an arrow erect point downwards proper (Hames) ;

2 and 3, azare, three bulls' heads couped within a bordure

engrailed or (Hayter). Crests — i. on a wreath of the

colours, upon a mount vert, a lion passant or, holding in

the dexter fore-paw an arrow as in the arms (Hames) ; 2. on

a wreath of the colours, a bull's head couped or, charged

with four drops of blood and pierced through the neck with

a broken spear in bend all proper. Motto — "Honor

virtutis praemium." Livery — Dark blue, silver buttons.

Sonof Colvile George Hayter Hayter-Hames, Esq., I. P.,

M.A. (Oxon.), late Capt. (Hon. Major) Roy. ist Devon

Yeom., b. 1859; d. 1928; m. 1897, Violet Octavia, d.

of Octavius Bradshaw, Esq., J. P., D.L. : —

George Colvile Hayter-Hames, Gentleman, late Lieut.

ist Life Gds. S.R. , b. 1898. 5^a/— Chagford House, Chag-

ford R.S.O., Devon. C/«^— Cavalry.

HAZLERIGG, see HESILRIGE.

HEAD, see CAME RON- HEAD.

HEAD of Hartburn Hall (H. Coll., 27 June 1904).
Sable, a che\Ton argent, between two unicorns' heads
couped in chief and in base as many arrows in saltire
enfiled by a ducal coronet or. Mantling' sable and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a unicorn's head couped
sable, armed and crined or, between two arrows erect, points
downward, of the last. Motto — " Study quiet."

Son of Charles Arthur Head, Esq., J. P., D.L. of
Hartburn Hall, Stockton-on-Tees ; and Arncliffe, Sand-
gate, Kent, b. 1838 ; d. 1924 ; m. ist, 1875, Jusiina
Charlotte, d. of Peter B. Long of Ipswich ; 2nd, 1906,
Edith, d. of lames H. Crawford of Bombay : —
.•\rthur Falkland Howard Head, Gentleman, b. 1879.
Res.

HE.\D. Sable, a chevron argent, between two uni-
corns' headscoupedorin chief, and in base as many arrows
in saltire points downward, enfiled by a ducal crown or.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — An unicorn's head
couped sable, armed and crined, crowned or, between two
arrows points do^vnward of the last. Motto — " Study
quiet."

Eldest ^on of Rev. George Frederick Head, Vicar of

Clifton, Bristol, Hon. Canon of Bristol Cathedral, h.

1837 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1864, Mary Henrietta, d. of the

late Charles Bolton. R.N. : —



His Honour Judge George Herbert Head, J. P.,
M.A. (Cantab.), Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, Judge
of the County Court Circuit No. 16, h. 1869 ; w. 1913,
Geraldine, d. of the late Maj.-Gen. Henry Pipon,
C.B., and has issue — Henry Graham Head, Esq., b.
1918; Adrian Herbert Head, Esq., h. 1923. Res. — The
Lodge, Acombe, York. Clubs — New University, Yorks.
^York).

HEAD (H. Coll., 10 June 1920). Argent, on a cross
engrailed gules, five muUets of the field, on a chief of the
second two swords in saltire, points downward, or.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Issuing out of a
crown vallary or, a mount vert, thereon a lion sejant
guardant argent, sem6e of mullets gules, holding in the
dexter paw raised a wreath of olive proper. Motto —
"Duty."

Son of Philip Alexander Dewar Head, M.R.C.S.,
L.S..^., of Ilfracombe, b. 1857 ; m. 1883, Amelia
Sophia, d. of the late Capt. Thomas Adams, 78th
Regt. :—
Roy Sidney Head, Gentleman, h. 1891. Res. — Rand-
fontein, Chambercombe Park, Ilfracombe, N. Devon.

HEADFORT, Marquess of, see TAYLOUR.

HEADLAM, of Cruck Meole House (H. Coll., Mar.
1920). Gules, on a chevron or, between three lambs'
heads erased argent, three crosses patee fitchee sable.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, an unicorn passant or, the dexter foreleg resting
upon a cross patee fitchee sable. Mot^o — " Intellectu
et innocentia."

Descendants of Ven. John Headlam, M.A., J. P., of

Gilmonby Hall, Yorks., Archdeacon of Richmond: —

Sons of Morley Headlam, Esq., J. P., of Whorlton

Grange, co. Durham, and Gilmonby Hall, Yorks.,

b. 1822 ; d. 1884 ; m. 1863, Louisa Kate, d. of

James C. Beamish : —

Maj.-Gen. Sir John Emerson 'Wharton Headlam,

K.B.E., C.B., D.S.O., of Cruck Meole House, formerly of

Gilmonby Hall, D.L., co. Durham, J. P. Shropshire,

served S. African and Great Wars, has Order of St.

Anne of Russia, ist class with swords, Mons Star, and

American D.S.M., is Commdr. Legion of Honour, b.

1864 ; m. 1890, Mary Charlotte, d. of Perceval Wilkinson,

of Mount Oswald, co. Durham ; and has issue — Margaret

Ellen \m. 1918, William Square Edmond, F.R.C.S., of

Shrewsbury ; and has issue] ; and Mary Phyllis. Seat

— Cruck Meole House, Hanwood, Shropshire. Club —

Shropshire County.

Rev. Morley Lewis Caulfield Headlam, Clerk in Holy
Orders, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar and R.D. of Horsham, b.
1868 ; m. 1908, Olive Muriel, d. of the late T. H. G.
Newton, of Barrells Park,Henley-in-.\rden ; and has issue
— John Goodwin Morley Headlam, Gentleman, b. 1910;
Joyce Beamish ; Elisabeth Mary. Res. — Horsham
Vicarage, Sussex.

Archibald Macdonald Headlam, Esq., J. P. Manitoba,
Assist Master, St. John's College School, Winnipeg, b.
1872 ; m. 1903, Anne, d. of John B. Haines, of Birtle,
Manitoba ; and has issue — John Emerson Morley
Headlam, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; Helen Ruth Phoebe.
Res. — 310 Church .\venue, Winnipeg.

Capt. Edward James Headlam, C.S.I., C.M.G., D.S.O.,
Director R.I.M., Prin. Naval Transport Officer, South
and E. Africa, 1917-19, b. 1873 ; m. 1918, Nancy
Benyon, widow of Stanley Hobson.

Gerald Erskine Headlam, Gentleman, .A.sst. Master
St. Edmund's College, Old Hall, Ware, &. 1877.

Sons of Edward Headlam, Gentleman, of 24 Nor-
folk Square, b. 1824 ; d. 1882 ; m. 1862, Mary
Ann, d. of G. Sowerbv, of Putteridge Bury,
Herts. :—
Clinton Edward Sowerby Headlam, Gentleman , late
Fellow of Trinity Hall, Camb., 6. 1864. Res. — 14 Charlotte
Square, Margate.

Horace Edward Headlam, Gentleman, Assist. Keeper
Public Records, b. 1868 ; m. 1906, Mar>', d. of the late
.\dm. Sir John Corbett, K.C.B., R.N. Res.—\o North
Court, Wood Street, Westminster, f///-^— .\lbemarle.

Cecil Headlam, Gentleman, b. 1S72 ; m. 1913, Mary
May, d. of F. Eraser, of Inverness. Res. — Broadmead,
Westwell Leacon, Charing, Kent.

Sons of Rev. Canon Arthur William Headlam, of
Whorlton Hall, co. Durham, h. 1826 ; d. 1908,



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Normanton, Yorks. : —

Rt. Rev. Arthur Cayley Headlam, D.D., C.H., Lord
Bishop of Gloucester, Fellow of All Souls' College,
Oxford, b. 1862 ; m. 1900, Evelyn Persis, d. of Rev. G.
Wingfield. Seat — Whorlton Hall, Barnard Castle, co.
Durham. Res. — The Palace, Gloucester. Club —
Athenaeum.

James Wycliffe Headlam-Morley, Esq., C.B.E.

Sons of Francis John Headlam, Esq., Stipendiary
Magistrate, Manchester, b. 1829 ; d. 1908 ; m. 1872,
Matilda (d. 1921), d. of S. Pincoffs, of Manchester : —

Maurice Francis Headlam, Esq., C.B., Comptroller-
Gen. National Debt Office, b. 1873 ; m. 1922, Lady Vera
Grimston, d. of 3rd Earl of Verulam, and has issue —
Anthony Francis Headlam, b. 1923; Christopher Grim-
ston Headlam, b. 1925 ; James Nicholas Headlam,
i. 1926. Res. — 21 O.Kford Square, W.2. Club^
Travellers'.

Lt.-Col. Thomas Alexander Headlam, late E. Yorks.
Regt., b. 1875 ; m. 1917, Esther, d. of Sir Graeme
Dalrymple-Horn-Elphinstone, 4th Bt. Res. — Laurel Hill,
Evershot, Dorset. cV«/' — United Service.

Lt.-Col. Cuthbert Morley Headlam, DS.O., O.B.E.,
T. U. , M.P. Barnard Castle, 1924, Parliamentary and
Financial Sec. to Admiralty 1926, Barrister-at-Law,
Inner Temple, served Great War, 1914-18, b. 1876 ;
m. 1904, Georgina Beatrice, d. of the late George B.
Crawley. Res. — Holywell, Durham. Club — Travellers'.

Col. Hugh Roger Headlam, C.M.G., D.S.O., &. 1877-
Club — United Service.

Geoffrey Wyclifie Headlam, Gentleman, Assist. Master
Eton, served Great War, b. 1879. R^^- — Eton College,
Windsor.

HEADLEY, Baron, see ALLANSON-WINN.

HEALD (H. Coll., 1829). Quarterly, gules and azure, in
the first and fourth quarters an eagle with wings elevated or,
in the second and third a fret of the last, over all a fesse
argent, tliereon between two crosses pat^e, a rose of the first,
barbed and seeded proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert , a bundle ot
arrows fessewsie, th? points towards the dexter proper,
bound gules, thereon an eagle with wings elevated erminois,
in the beak a sprig of oak also proper, the dexter claw
resting on a cross pat^e as in the arms. Motto — " Mea
gloria crux."

Sons of James Heald, Gentleman, of Parrs Wood,

Didsbury, 6. 1859 ; d. 1921 ; m. 1892, Henrietta

Stewart, second dau. of Stewart H. Brown of Querry

Bank, Allerton : —

William Arthur Heald, Gentleman, 6. 1893; m. 1921,

Clare, d. of Francis E. Harding, of Old Springs. J?es. —

Lionel Frederick Heald, Gentleman, d. 1897. 7^es. —

HEALEY, see CHADWYCK-HEALEY.

HEAP (H. Coll., 28 Feb. 1914). Quarterly, i and 4,

argent, on a chevron gules between three peahens proper,

a boar's head couped between two falcons' bells or ; 2 and

3, sable, a fesse between in chief two spear-heads, and in

base a lion passant, all or (for Thomas). Mantling gules

and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, upon a

mount vert, a dexter cubit arm proper, holding an eagle's

leg erased a la guise proper. Motto — " Faire mon devoir."

Eldest son of Edward Thomas Heap, Esq., of St. Ann's,

Paignton, South Devon, J. P. co. Monmouth, b. 1848;

OT. Mary, d. of John Turnbull of Tilton, Leics:—

Edward Fortrey George Turnbull Heap, Gentleman, B. A.
(Camb.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.),/^. 1876; m.
1902, Edith Agnes, eld. d. of John Joseph Palfreyman ; and
has issue— (i) Edward Jocelyn Fortrey Heap, Gentleman,
b. 1907; (2) Roger Anthony Fortrey Heap, Gentleman, b.
191 1. ^«.— North Cove Hall, Beccles, Suffolk. Club—
Oxford and Cambridge.

HE APE (H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron between in chief
two crescents, and in base a dexter arm embowed, couped
at the shoulder gules, the hand grasping a sword in bend
sinister proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On
a wreath of the colours, a cross crosslet fitch^e gules be-
tween two palm - branches proper. Motto — "Pax et
harmonia. "

Son of Samuel Heape, Esq., of Rochdale and Mel-
bourne, Australia, J. P. for the City of Melbourne and



Territory of Victoria, b. 1815; d. 1858 ; m. 1844, Selina,
d. of Joseph Sleath of Rochdale : —
Joseph Robert Heape, Esq., J. P. co. Lancashire, and
county Borough of Rochdale, Knight of Grace of the Order
of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, b. 1845 ; m. 1875,
Eleanor, d. of Thomas Booth ; and has issue — Bernard
Heape, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon.), b. 1879. Res. — Hartley,
High Lane, Cheshire. Clubs — Royal Societies', Reform
(Manchester).

HEARD of Kinsale (Confd. U.O. , on user since i6th
century). Argent, on a chevron gules between three water-
bougets sable, as many crescents or. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
antelope proper, ducally gorged or, and charged on the
shoulder with a water-bouget as in the arms. Motto —
" Audior." Livery — Light grey, with red facings.

Sons of Alexander Edward Stawell Heard, Esq. , J. P. ,

of Coolmain Castle, b. 1842 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1863,

Dorothea, d. of Samuel Bennett, M.D. of Adelaide

House, Bruff: —

Major Alexander Eustace Stawell Heard, Royal Irish

Fus.,/5. 1867. Seat — Coolmain Castle, Kilbrittain, co. Cork.

George Bennett Head, Esq., C.B.E. , J. P. Ireland, late

Asst. Insp.-Gen. R.I.C. Depot, Dublin, b. 1870. Res. —

Oak Bank, Deganury, N. Wales.

Sons of A. ^A'■ilson Hutcheson Heard, b. 1808 ;

d. 1878 ; 7n. ist, 1832, Esther Elizabeth Phoebe, d. of

Eustace Stawell ; 2nd, Bessie, d. of Rev. P.

Bolton :—
Charles Heard, Gentleman, b. 1850. Res. — S. France.
Wilson Heard, Gentleman, County Inspector R.I.C.
(ret.), b. 1861. Club — United Services (Dublin).

Son of Edward Heard of Ballintubber, b. 1831 ; d.

igoi ; m. 1857, Mary, d. of Richard Giffard Campion

of Bushy Park, co. Cork : —
Richard Heard, Gentleman, b. 1867 ; vi. 1895, Anna
Neville, d. of George C. Harris of Spilalfields, co. Cork.
Seat — Ballintubber, co. Cork.

Sons of Samuel Thomas Heard, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co.

Kerry, High Sheriff 1908, b. 1835 ; d. 1921 ; ni. 1862,

Kate, d. of Hon. William Bradley of Lindesay, in the

Colony of New South Wales, Member of the Legislative

Council of that Colony : —
Edward Severin Heard, Esq., Col. late 5th •Fusiliers,




b. 1863 ; m. 1893, Georgina Gertrude, only d. of Major-
General Beauchamp W. B. Magrath, and has issue-
Patrick Beauchamp Valentine Heard, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr.



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R. N., b. 1894 [w. 1927, Marina, d. of His Ex. Mons.
Michael Soukovkine, Chamberlain to the Emperor
Nicholas II e.f Russia] ; and Maureen Kate [m. 1919, Wing-
Comdr. G. F. Pretyman, D.S.O.,O.B.E., K.A.F.]. Res.—
Club — lunior United Service.
Vice-Adm. Hugh Lindsay Patrick Heard, C.B., D.S.O.,
R.N. (ret. 1, b. 1869. Res. — 2 Tor Gardens, Campden Hill,
W.8. Club — Junior United Service.

Son of Francis Drew Heard, Capt. S. Ccrk Mil., b.
1782 ; d. ; m. , Ellen, d. of James Splaine,
Esq.,J.P. :-
Lt.-Col. F.ancis Heard, 3rd Batt. Royal MunsXerFus., b.
; m. , Sarah Bradshaw {d. 1891), d. of George
Loane; and has issue — (i) Francis George Heard, Gentle-
man, M. D. , b. ; (2) George Lcane Heard, Esq., J. P.,
b. ; and five daus. Sea( —

Son of Hen: y George Heard, ^. ; d. ; m. : —

Rev. Preb. Henry James Heard, formerly Rector of St.
Michael's, Bath, b. 1856; m. ist, 1884, d. of Ale.xander
Bannatyne, of Woodstown, co. Limerick ; 2nd, 1899,
Roberta Jane Murray; and has issue— (i) Alexander St.
John Heard, Gentleman, b. ; (2) Robert Bannatyne

Heard, Gentleman, b. ; (3) Henry FitzGerald Heard,

Gentleman, b. . Res. — The Rectory, Newton St.

Loe, Somerset.

CHARLES RICHARD MONT ORGUEIL HEARN.
Esquire, I. P. for the cos. of Monaghan and Tyrone. Born
Oct. 24, 1850, being the second son of the late Major Robert
Thomas Hearn, 76t;i Regt. , by his wife Amelia Maria, dau.
of Captain Henry Wilson, 37th Kegt. Armorial hear-
ings — He bears for Arms: Per pale gules and azure, a




chevron between three herons argent. Upon the escut-
cheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling gules and argent; and for his Crest, on a wreath
of the colours, on a mount vert, a heron as in the arms ; with
the Motto, " Ardua petit ardea. " Livery — Claret coat and
vest, black trousers, silver buttons. ■ Married, Jime 3, 1875,
Ellen, only child and heiress of James Thornley ; and has
Issue — Charles Robert Thornley Hearn, Gentleman, horn
September 13, 1886; Marguerite; and Amy. Estates —
Templenew, in the county of Donegal, and part of Flintfield
estate, in the county of Cork.

HEARSEY (H. Coll.). Azure, issuing from the
base the sun in splendour or, on a chief argent a
thistle proper between two roses gules, barbed and



seeded, also proper. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On
a wreath of the coloiurs, a chough proper between two
attires or. Motto — " Semper paratus."
Son of:^
Arthur Hearsey, Maj. (ret.) D.C.L.L, b. . Res. —

HEASLETT (U.O.). Argent, on a bend azure,
between, in chief a squirrel sejant cracking a hazel-nut
and in base a wolf's head erased gules, three round
buckles or, on a canton sable as many candlesticks of
the last. Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — Out
of a mural crown proper, a talbot's head gules, gorged
and chained or. Motto — "' Fidelis fidens foras."

Sons of George Heaslett, Gentleman, of co. Mona-
ghan, b. 1836 ; d. 1885 ; tn. 1879, Margaret Anne,
d. of William Nixon, of co. Monaghan : —

John Ernest Heaslett, Gentleman, b. 1884 ; ni. 1913,
Ethel Newth, of Canada, and has issue —
Res. — San Francisco.

Rev. George Henry Heaslett, Clerk in Holy Orders,
B.A., Chaplain to H.M. Forces, b. 1881 ; m. 1919, Lilian
Marie, d. of the late George Bond, of co. Devon, and
has issue — Michael Peter Heaslett, Gentleman, b. 1921.
Address — Fulwood Barracks, Preston, Lanes.

HEATH, see EVERETT-HEATH.

HEATH (H. CoU., 30 Oct. 1920). Argent, guttee-de-
sang, a lion passant sable, between three heath-cocks
proper. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath
argent and gules, a talbot's head or, between two tufts
of heath proper. Motto — " Aut homo aut nullus."

Son of William Heath, of Blidsworth, Notts.,
b. ; m. : —

Hemry Heath, Esq., J. P. co. Nottingham, b. 1859 ;
m. 1881, , d. of G. Chadwick, of Bestwood ; and has

issue — I son ; and 3 daus. Res. — Sunrise Farm, Best-
wood Park, Notts.

HEATH (H. Coll.). Argent, a tower gules, between
three heath-cocks proper. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon the battlements
of a tower gules, a heath-cock proper, resting the dexter
claw upon a pheou sable. MottO — " Industria; praemium."
Sons of Robert Heath of Biddulph Grange, co.
Stafford, J. P. and D.L. (High Sheriff 1884), M.P. for
Stoke-on-Trent 1874-80, b. 1816 ; d. 1893 ; ;«. 1843,
Anne, d. of James Beech of Tunstall, Stafford: —
Robert Heath, Esq., J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1905,
b. 1851 ; »i. 1875, Laura {d. 1897), ygst. dau. of the late
Frederick Fielder of Whitefield House, co. Chester ; and
has had Issue — (i) Robert William Heath, Esq., J. P. for
Stafford, b. 1876 [i>i. 1900, Phyllis, second d. of late
Edward Harrison Martin : and has with other issue, Robert
Edward Heath, Gentleman, b. 1901 {Res. — Greenway Bank,
Stoke-on-Trent)] ; (2) Frederick Stanley Heath, Gentleman,
b. 1881 ; Alice Mabel [w. 1905, Rev. William Beattie,
C.M^G., of Cobourg, Canada]; Laura \_m. 1921, H. D.
Crewdson] ; and Mary. Seat — Greenway Bank, Stoke-on-
Trent. Res. — The Cottage, Tittensor, Stoke-on-Trent.
Clubs — National, Constitutional.

Sir James Heath, ist Bart. (15 Dec. 1904), late Col.
Staffs. Yeo. Cavalry, J. P. co. Stafford, M.P. for N.W.
Staffordshire 1892-1906, b. 1852; tn. ist, i88r, Euphemia
(d. 1921), d. of P. G. Van-der-Byl of Cape Colony;
and has had issue — Voltelin Percy Heath, Esq., b. 1889;
d. of wounds received in action 1914 ; and Hylda Madelaine
[m. ist, 1907, Capt. CJeorge Millais James, the Buffs, East
Kent Regt. ; killed inaction 1914 ; 2nd, 1918, Maior Cecil
R. Bates, D.S.O., M.C., R.F.A.]; 2nd, 1924, Mrs. Joy
Smith (marriage annulled 1927), d. of John Hounsell, of
Stillman Valley, Ogle County, U.S.A.; 3rd, 1927, Sophie
Mary, Mrs. Eliott-Lynn. Seat — Oxendon Hall, Market
Harborough. Clubs — Carlton, Junior Carlton, Cavalry.

Arthur Howard Heath, Esq., J. P. Staffordshire, Lt.-Col.
late Staffordshire I.Y. , T. D. , M.P. for Hanley 1900-6, and
for Leek Div. of Staffs. 1910, b. t8s6 ; ;;/. 1884, Alice, d.
of the late Rev. Herbert Richard Peel of Thornton Hall,
Bucks. ; and has issue — Robert Arthur Heath, Gentleman,
Lieut. 2ist Lancers, b. 1887 ; and Georgiana Beatrice. Res.
— 22 Bryanston Square, W.

HEATH (H. Coll.). Argent, a cross between four
billets gules, on a chief erminois a billet between two
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or, holding in the mouth a billet gules. Motto — " Qui
sis non unde." Livery — Claret.

Third son of Admiral Sir Leopold George Heath,
K.C.B., of Anstie Grange, The Holmwood, Surrey,
b. 1817 ; d. 1907 ; m. 1854, Mary Emma, d. of
Arthur Cuthbert Marsh, of Eastburv, co. Here-
ford :—
Cuthbert Eden Heath, Esq., O.B.E., Knt. of Grace
of Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, High
Sheriff of Surrey 1925-6, b. 1859 ; m. 1891, Sarah Caroline
Gore, d. of Charles Gore Gambier, of the Toft, Sharn-
brook, Beds., and has issue — Leopold Cuthbert Heath,
Gentleman, b. 1894 [in. 1912, Alesta, d. of J. Macauslane,
and has issue — 2 sons and 2 daus.] ; and Genesta Mary
[m. 1919, E. C. Long, Esq., of Kenya]. Res. — Anstie
Grange, The Holmwood, Surrey ; 15 Aldford Street, W.i.
Clubs — Boodle's, Windham, City of London, R.A.C.,
Ranelagh.

HEAIHCOAT-AMORY (R.L.,28 Feb. 1874, H. loll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, argent, two bars gules, on a bend en-
grailed cottised sable, two annulets of the field (Amory) ;
2 and 3, vert, three piles or, two in chief and one in base,
each charged with a pomme, thereon a cross of the second
(Heathcoat). Mantling gules and argent. Crests — 1.
on a wreath of the colours, the battlements of a tower or,
issuant therefrom a talbot's head azure, charged with two
annulets fessewisegold (Amory) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,
upon a mount vert between two roses gules, a pomme as in
the arms (Heathcoat). Motto^" Amore non vi."

Sons of Sir John Heathcoat Heathcoat-Amory, ist

Bart. J. P., D.L., Major ist Devon R.V., M.P. for

Tiverton 1868-85, i- 1829; d. 1914 ; m. 1863, Henrietta

Mary, only d. of William Unvvin: —

Sir Ian Murrav Heathcoat Heathcoat-Amory, 2nd Bart.

(1874), C.B.E., ]>. and D.L. co. Devon, and J. P. Tiverton,

b. 1865 ; 7n. 1893, Alexandra Georgina, O. B. E. , d. of Vice-

Adm. G. H. Seymour, C.B. ; and has issue — John Heathcoat-



Amory, Esq. , Capt. T. A. Res. , b. 1894 ; Derrick Heathcoat-
Amory, Esq., Capt. R.A., T.A., b. 1900; William
Heathcoat-Amory, Esq., Lieut. K.R.R.C., b. 1901 ; and
Roderick Heathcoat-Amory, Esq., i5. 1907. Seat — Knights-
hayes Court, Tiverton, Devon. Club — Brooks's.

Harry William Ludovic Heathcoat-Amory, Esq., J. P.,
D.L. Somerset, Lt.-Col. late 4th Batt. Somerset L. L,
formerly Capt. Coldstream Gds., b. 1870; m. 1898, Evelyn
Mary, d. of the laie E. J. Stanley, Esq., M.P. ; and has
issue— Richard Frank Heathcoat-Amory, Gentleman, 2nd
Lieut. 4th Hussars, b. 1903; and two daus. Res.- Hele
Manor, Dulvertcn, Somerset.

Sons of Ludovic Heathcoat-Amory, Esq., b. 1881 ;
a. of wounds received in action 1918 ; m. 191 1, Mary
Stewart, elder d. of James Fitzgerald Bannatyne,
D. L. , of Haldon, Devon :^

Patrick Gerald Heathcoat-.4mory, Gentleman, b. 1912.
Nes. — Chevithorne Barton, Tiverton, Devon.

Michael Heathcote-Amory, Gentleman, b. 1914.

Edgar Fitzgerald Heathcote-Amory, Gentleman, b. 1917.

HEATHCOTE (H. Coll., 1708). Emine, three pomeis,.
each charged with a cross or. Mantling vert and argent.




Crest — On a mural crown azure, a pomeis charge J with a
cross or between two wings displayed ermine.

Son of Robert Heathcote, Esq., of Lobthorpe, Lines.,

B.A. (Camb). ,J.P. cos. Rutland and Lincoln, late Capt.

Leicestershire Yeo. Cav., /;. 1843; ^- 19^7 I '^^ ^^77'

Edith Mary, d. of John Henry Manners-Sutton, of

Kelham: — •
Robert Evelyn Manners Heathcote, Esq., D.S.O. , Capt.
Royal Scots, served Great War 1914-19, 1^. 1884; m. 2nd,.