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hampton, J.P. and D.L. , b. 1830; d. 1910; m. 1850,
Lucy Owen, d. of William Smith of Portsea : —

Brig. -Gen. Thomas Edgecuinbe Hickman, C.B., D.S.O.,
late Worcs. Regt., served Sudan, S. Africa, and Great War,
M.P. S. W'olverhampton 1910-18, and Bilston 1918-22, b.
1859; m. 1907, Elizabeth ^Iaud Mackenzie, d. of the late
Surg. -Major James Alexander Smith; and has issue —
Thomas .Alfred Kenneth Hickman, Gentleman, b. 1912 ;
Michael Hickman, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; and Elizabeth .Ann.
Res. — Wergs Hall, Wolverhampton ; Queen Anne's Man-
sions, S.W. Clubs — Naval and Military, Carlton, Boodle's.

Edward Hickman, Esq., J.P. , b. i860; 711. 1887, Cecilia,
eld. d. of the late Thomas Charles Thompscn, J. P., of
Milton Hall, co. Northumberland; and has issue— (1}
Charles Edward Hickman, Esq., Major R.O., late R.F.A.,
i^. 1890 [»/. ibt, 1915. Edith Barbara (rf. 1915), d. of Frank
Spencer, of Harrow-on-the-Hill ; 2nd, 1921, Dorothy, d. of
W. Deans Forster, of Dalton, Ne\vcastle-up' n-Tyne, and
has issue— Daphne Cecilia; and Catherine Elaine [Res. —
Ackleion Manor, Wolverhampton)]; (2) Wilfred Haden
Hickman, Esq., Capt. late S. Staffs. Regt., b. 1892 \m.
1915, Kathleen Mary Stuart, vngr. d. of Edward Noel
Nason, of Nuneaton, co. Warwick, and has issue— Wilfred
Ian Edward Hickman, Gentleman, b. 1916; Denis Stuart
Hickman, Gentleman, b. 1918; Christopher Wolf Arden
Hickman, Gentleman, h. 1925 ; locelyn Cecilia ; and Rona
Kathleen [Res. — The Manor House, Meriden, nr.
Coventry)]; Dorothy Violette \m.
Rees, late R.F.A.]; Lucy; and
Danes Court, nr. W'olverhampton.

"Victor Emanuel Hickman, Esq.
1863 ; 711. 1889, Ethel Margaret,
Fitton of Fair Lea ; and has had issue— (i) Geoffrey Victor
Hickman, Esq., D.S.C., Lieut. R.N. , served Great War
(despatches), b. 1890 \m. 1914, Josephine Elaine, d. of Brev.
Lieut. -Col. Walter R. Fox, late R. A., and has issue— Hugh
Geoffrey Hickman, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; and Geraldyne
Rosemary Margaret] ; (2) Philip Geoffrey Hickman, Gentle-
man, Lieut. S. Staffs. Regt.,^. 1897; d. of wounds received
in action 1917 ; Isabel Kaiherine [w. 1914, Cecil Martin of
Lindors, St. Breavels, Glos., and has issue] ; Clare Mary ;
and Margaret Hilda [w. 1917, Major Richard Dalymple-
Lauder, late Roy. Scots.]. i?«.— The Woodhouse, Tetten-
hall, Wolverhampton.

John Owen Hickman, Esq., B.A. (Camb.), Barr.-at-Law,
b. 1870; m. 1903, Nancy, d. of Henry Barlow of Goldthorn
Hill ; and has issue— (i) John Barlow Hickman, Gentleman.
b. 1904 [w. 1925, Joan, d. of Kyrie Hankinson, of Yardley
End, Tonbridge] ; and has issue — John Kyrie Hickman,
Gentleman,^. 1927]; (2) Michael Ranulf Hickman, Gentle-
man, b. 1922; and three daus. AVj.—Micklefield Green,

Clare (High Sheriff 1884) ; assumed the name and arms of
Hickman^by Royal Licence on the death of Colonel Henry
Hickman, 1872. BorTt 1857, being the eldest son of the
late Francis Gore, Esq., J.P. and D.L., by his wife Ellen
Louisa, dau. of the late George Studdert, Esq., J. P., of
Clonderlaw, co. Clare. Armorial bearings— Per pale
indented argent and azure, in the dexter chief a trefoil
slipped vert. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a talbot sejant argent, collared and
chained gules, charged on the shoulder with a trefoil slipped
vert. Motto— "Malo mori quam foedari." Z-zirrv- Blue
coat, white piping, and blue and white waistcoat. Married,
1878, Elizabeth, dau. of Pierce O'Brien, Esq. , J.P.. of Durra,
CO. Clare ; and has /jj?/(r—(i) Francis William Gore Hickman,
Gentleman, h. 1879 ; (2) Poole Henry Hickman, Gentleman,
b. 1880; (3) Percival Gore Hickman, Gentleman, b. 1881 ;
(4) Norman Gore Hickman, Gentleman, b. 1883 ; (5) West-
ropp Gore Hickman, Gentleman, b. 1885; (61 Victor Gore
Hickman, Gentleman,*. 1887; (7) Thomas O'Brien Gore

Hickman, Gentleman, b. ; (8) Edmond Ivan Gore

Hickman, Gentleman, b. 1898; Elizabeth; Irene; and




Dorothy. Seats — Kilmore, Knock, co. Clare ; Tyredagh
Castle, Tulla, co. Clare. Res. — Adelaide House, 22 Earls-
fort Terrace, Dublin. Ciui — County (Ennis).

HICKM.'\N (U.O. ). Per pale indented argent and azure,
on the dexter side three roses in pale gules, on the sinister
as many in pale of the first. Mantling; azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a talbot sejant argent,
collared and chained gules. Mottoes — "Semper fidelis " ;
" Per tot discriminarerum."

Son of Hugh Palliser Hickman of Fenloe, Esq., J. P.

and D.L. co. Clare (High Sheriff i860), i. 1805 ; d.

1883 ; m. 1843, Sophia Angel St. John, d. of Most

Rev. Edward Stopford, D.D., Bishoo of Meath : —
Maj.-Gen. Hugh Palliser Hickman, Esq. (ret.), R.A.,
i. 1856; »!. 1905, Beatrice Helen, widow ot Brig. -Gen. E.
C. Bingham, R. A., and d. of Francis Sidney Stephens of
Melbourne, Victoria. I?es. — 6 Beaufort Gardens, S.W.3.
C/u6 — Army and Navy.

HICKMAN of Bristol (H. Coll.). Argent, on a pale
cottised dancett^e azure, a rose between two fleurs-de-lys
of the field. Mantling azure and a gent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a talbot sejant argent, collared and
lined and resting the dexter forepaw on a rose azure.
Motto — " Toujours fidele."

Son of Joseph Hickman of Bistol,/;. 1810 ; d. i8g8 ;
m. 1857, Sarah Anne, d. of Christopher Pope of
Bristol : —
The late Hubert Hickman, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law,
M.A. (Camb.), />. i860.

HICKS (R.L., 1835, H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4,
gules, on a fesse wavy or, between three fleurs-de-lys ermi-
nois, an ermine spot (Hicks); 2 and 3, per bend sinister
or and sable, a lion rampant counterchanged, holding
between the paws a gauntlet azure (Simpson). Mantling
gules and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, a
buck's head couped erminois, gorged with a wreath of
quatrefoils vert (Hicks); 2. on a wreath of the colours,
an ounce's head proper, erased and ducally crowned gules,
charged on the neck with a gauntlet or. Motto — "Tout
bien ou rien."

Son of Stanley Edward Hicks, Esq., of Wilbraham
Temple, J. P. and D.L. , Ban ister-at-Law, fi. 1843;
d. 1900 ; m. 1870, Frances Sharpe, d. of Baron Dickin-
son Webster of Penns, co. Warwick : —
Reginald Stanley Hicks, Esq., J. P. Cambs. , d. 1871 ;
m. 1898, Dorothy, d. of Ralph Pemberton Koe. Seat —
Wilbraham Temple, Cambs.

Yr. sons of Edward Hicks, Esq. (formerly Simpson),
M.P., fi. 1814; d. 1889; m. 1838, Grace, d. of Stanley
Pipe Wolferstan of Statfold, Staffs. : —
Henry John Hicks, Gentleman, 6. 1844. Jfes. —
Charles William Hicks, Gentleman, l>. 1849. J^es. —

HICKS-BEACH. Quarterly, i and 4, vair argent
and gules, a canton azure, charged with a pile or (for
Beach) ; 2 and 3, gules, a fesse wavy, between three
fleurs-de-lys or(for Hicks). Mantling gules and argent.
Crests — I, a demi-lion rampant argent, ducally gorged or,
holding in the paws an escutcheon azure, charged with
a pile or (for Beach) ; 2, a buck's head couped at the
neck or, gorged with a wreath of laurel proper (for Hicks).
Supporters — On the dexter, a knight armed cap-^-pie in
English armour of the 14th century, his jupon charged
with the arms of Beach ; on the sinister, a knight similarly
vested, his jupon charged with the arms of Hicks.
Motto — " Tout en bon heure."

Only son of Michael Hugh Hicks-Beach, commonly
called Viscount Quenington (only son of istEarl St.
Aldwyn), b. 1877 ; killed in action 1916 ; m. 1909,
Marjorie, d. of Henry Dent Brocklehurst, of Sudeley
Castle, Glos. : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Michael John Hicks-Beach, 2nd Earl St.
Aldwyn, Viscount St. Aldwyn of Coin St. Aldwyn, Glos.,
Viscount Quenington, of Quenington, Glos. (22 Feb. 1915),
loth Bart. (1619), b. 1912 ; s. his grandfather 1916.
Seats — Coin St. Aldwyn Manor, Fairford, Glos. ; William-
strip Park, Glos.

J. P. CO. Kerry, B..A. (Dublin). Born 1854, being the only
surviving son of the late Ro'oert Conway Hickson, Esq.,
J. P., of Fermoyle, by his second wife Jane, dau. of Patter-
son O'Hara of Dublin, late of the sgth Regt. Armorial

bearings — Or, two eagles' legs erased a la guise in saltire
sable, in the centre chief point a trefoil vert. Mantling
sable and or ; and for his Crest, out of a ducal coronet or,
a griffin's head sable, beaked of the first, charged with a
trefoil gold. Motto — "Fide et fortitudine." Married,
1884, Lina, youngest dau. of the late Mahony Harte, B.L. ,
of Rockfield, co. Kerry ; and has Iss2te~(\) Robert Conway
Hickson, Gentleman, b. 1884; (2) George Lionel O'Hara
Hickson, Gentleman, b. 1887. Seat — Fermoyle, Castle-
Gregory, Tralee. Res. — Woodville, Castleisland, Kerry.

HIGGINBOTHAM (L.O., 25 March 1869). Gules, a
rose argent, on a chief of the last, two Cornish choughs,
proper. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a
wreath of his liveries, a sinister and a dexter arm shooting
an arrow from a bow all proper. Motto — " By aim and
by effort." Livery — Red and white.

Son of Edwin Higginbotham, Gentleman (eld. s. 0(

Samuel Higginbotham of Glasgow), by Emily, d. of

Edward Henry Keeling : —

Charles James Higginbotham, Gentleman, b. 20 May

1864 ; m. 3 July 1900, Catherine Broadley, yr. d. of

Henry Broadley Reid ; and has issue — Richard Henry

Higginbotham, Gentleman, b. 4 Dec. 1902. Post add. —

Ca Iston, Torrance of Campsie, Kirkintillock, Glasgow.

Clubs — Western (Glasgow), Union (Manchester).

1923, U.O. ). Quarterly, i and 4, per pale gules and azure, in
the dexter side an eagle's leg conjoined at the thigh to a

sinister wing argent, and in the sinister a lion passant of the
last, both paleways (for Wybrants) ; 2 and 3, or, on a fesse
azure between three roses gules, as many bezants (for
Higginbotham). Mantling gules and argent. Crest—
Upon a wreath of the colours, a stag's head erased proper,
charged with a bezant. MottO— " Mitis et fortis."

Second son of Lt.-Col. Charles Higginbotham, of

72 Grosvenor Road, Dublin, b. 1798 ; d. 1882 ; m.

1852, Augusta, d. of Charles P. Dawson, Gentleman,

of Killaloe: —
William Arthur Higginbotham- Wybrants, Esq., b. 1863 ;
assumed the additional surname of Wybrants ; by
R. L. 12 Oct. 1923; m. 1907, Eveline T. Godfrey, yngst.
d. of Col. Francis Hugh Massey-Wheeler. /?«.— Sunny-
side, Greystones, co. Wicklow ; 72 Grosvenor Road, Rath-
mines, CO. Dublin. Clubs — Connaught, Roy. Irish Yacht.





HIGGINS-BERNARD (H. Coll.). Per chevron argent
and vert, a crescent between three cranes' heads erased
counterchanged. Mantling^ vert and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a griffin's head erased or, charged
with a crescent gules, anil gorged with a ci liar of the last,
thereon three bezants. MottO — " Pro patria et virtute."

Son of Joseph Napier Higgins, Esq., Q.C., J. P. cos.

Bucks., Waterford and Tipperary, Barrister-at-Law,

Vice-Chairman Council of Legal Education, 6. 1826 ;

d. 1899; m. 1861, Sophia Elizabeth, dau. and coh.

of Sir Thomas Tyringliam Bernard, 6lh Bart, (ext.),

of Winchendon Priory : —
Francis Tyringham Higgins-Bernard, Esq., J, P. for
Bucks., Barrister-at-Law, Lt.-Col. 3rd O.xfordshire and
Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, d. 1864; assumed by
Deed Poll, 1897, the additional surname of Bernard ; m.
1897, Evelyn Georgina, eld. d. of Philip J. D. Wykeham
of Tythrop House, Oxon. Sea^^Sether Winchendon
Priory, Aylesbury. Ciud — White's.

HIGGINSON (H. Coll.). Ermine, on a fesse gules,
three towers double - towered or. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, issuant from a
tower double-towered gules, charged with a fylfot or, a
demi-gryphon argent, grasping in the dexter claw a sword
proper, pommel and hilt or. Motto — " Beare and for-

Son of Gen. Sir George Wentworth Alexander
Higginson, G.C.B., G.CV.O., served in the Crimean
War, Lieut, of the Tower of London 1889-93, J. P.
Bucks., fi. 1826; d, 1927; m. 1858, Hon. Florence
Virginia Fitzpatrick [d. 1912), d. of the ist Baron
Castletown : —
Francis George Higginson, Esq., late Lieut. Grenadier
Guards, d. 1859. Res. — Gyldernscroft, Marlow, Bucks.

HIGGINSON (U.O.). Sable, three towers in fesse argent,
between six trefoils slipped, three in chief and three in base
or. Mantling' sable and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath
of the colours, out of a tower proper, a demi-griffin segreant
vert, armed and beaked or. MottO — " Malo mori quam
fcedari." Livery — Drab coat, gilt buttcns, black and
yellow striped waistcoat, blue plush breeches.

Son of Henry Hartland Higginson, Esq , Major and

Batt. N. Staffordshire Regt., b. 1855; d. 1908; m.

1886. Elizabeth Mary, d. of late Andrew Armstrong

of Kylemore, co. Galway, and St. Andrews, co.

Dublin :—
Henry Clive Higginson, Gentleman, b. 1887. Post. add. —
c/o Mrs. Higginson, Sloane Gardens House, 52 Lower
Sloane Street, S.W.

Son of Col. Theophilus Higginson, C. B. , b. 1839;

d. 1903; m. 1871, Ada, ygst. d. of William Whltla of

Lisburn, co. Ant:im : —
Harold Whitla Higginson, Esq., C.B. ,D.S.O. , Maj.-Gen.
in the Army, late Roy Dub. Fus. , late A.D.C. to King
George, Officer Legion of Honour, Comdr. Star of Rou-
mania, b. 1873; m. 1903, Ivy Letitia, d. of late James Broun
of Orchard, Carluke, N.B.; and has issue — James Higginson,
Gentleman, 2nd Lieut. R. Tank Corps, b. 1906; and Jean
Letitia. Clubs — .Army and Navy, M.C.C.

HICHAM of Iver Heath, Bucks. (H. CoU., 2 Ap. 1924).
Sable, an inescutcheon argent, on a chief indented or,
a lion passant guardant of the field. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
horse's head in armour proper, a portcullis chained or.
Motto — " I am master of my fate."

Son of the late Charles Higham, of St. Albans,

Herts. : —
Sir Charles Frederick Higham, Knt.-Bach. (192 1),
Freeman of the City of London, M.P., h. 1876 ; m. 1925,
Eloise, d. of the late John Rowe, of Buffalo, N.'Y'.
Res. — Mansfield House. Iver Heath, Bucks. Club —

HIGHMORE (H. Coll.). Argent, a crossbow between
four moorcocks sable, beaked and membered gules. Mant-
ling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
an arm armed proper, brandishing a falchion argent, hilt
and pommel or, between two leading pikes gules, headed
gold. Supporters (3 Nov. 1922)— On either side a moor-
cock sable, armed. legged, beaked, crested and wattled

gules, and charged with a rose also gules, barbed and
seeded proper.

Son of William Highmore. M.D., of Sherborne, Dorset,

b. ; d. m. , Elizabeth Bowen, d. of Henry

Rivers of Stowford House, Ivybridge, Devon: —

The late Sir Nathaniel Joseph Highmore, G.B.E.

(1922), K.C.B. (1913), Barr.-at-Law (Middle Temple) 1881,

Assist. Solicitor Inland Revenue 1890-1903, Solicitor for

H.M. Customs from 1903. and H.M. Customs and Excise

1909-13, when he retired, a Chairman of the Courts of

Arbitration under the Conciliation Act i8q6. Author of

" The Excise Laws," " The Customs Laws," &c. , b. 1844 ;

d. 1924 ; m. 1881, Anne Louisa, d. of John Lane Cutcliffe

of Stoke Damerel, Devon ; and left issue — Dorothy Rivers.

/fes. — Harbybrowe, Worcester Park, Surrey.

HIGINBOTHAM (H. Coll., Confd. U.O. 26N0V. 1902,
on user from 1731, wiien arms of Dutch origin appear on the
seal attached to the will of Qrmaster Thomas Hoogenboom
or Higinbotham in Will Office, Dublin ; Ped. U.O. and H.
Coll.). Ermine, on a cross engrailed gules, five mullets
pierced or, in the first and fourth quarters a lion passant
guardant azure. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, an arm embowed vambraced, the hand
grasping a sword proper, pierced through a mullet or.
Motto — " Pro Deo et rege."

Son of late Hon. George Higinbotham, M.A. (Dub.),

of Lincoln's Inn, Chief-Justice of Victoria, Australia,

b. 1826; d. 1892; m. 1854, Ma'garet, d. of John

Foreman : —

Edward Higinbotham, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law,

(Inner Temple), late Govt. -.Advocate Govt, of Burma, b.

1869 ; m. 1914, Norah Klara, d. of Richard John Sankey,

of Southhill, Hastingleigh, Kent ; and has issue — Richard

Nixon Higinbotham, Gentleman, b. 1921 ; and Rhona

Verner. Post. add. — Constitutional Club, Northumberland

Avenue, London, W.C.

HIGNETT of Liverpool (H. Coll., 22 .Aug. 1912).
Argent, a branch of tobacco plant, slipped, leaved and
flowered in bend proper, between two boars passant and

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counter-passant in bend gules. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, two branches of tobacco




plant in saltire, slipped, leaved and flowered proper, sup-
porting in chief a boar's head erased gules. Motto — "Je
n'ouhlierai jamais." Livery — Royal blue and gold.

Son of John Hignett, Esq., J. P., of Bankfield, West

Derby, Liverpool, /'. 1830; d. 1898; ;«. 1859, Sarah

Anne, d. of John Jones of Curson Park, Chester: —

Theophilus Hignett, Gentleman, d. 1877. J?es. — St.

Ives, Sandfield Park, West Derby, Liverpool. Cluds —

Royal Automobile, Conservatftfe (Liverpool).

HILBORNE (H. Coll.). Per saltire or and gules, a
saltire per saltire counterchanged between two ears of
wheat leaved and slipped in pale of the first and in fesse

as many roses of the second barbed and seeded proper.

Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the

colours, in front of two roses gules, barbed, seeded, leaved

and slipped in saltire, a sunflower leaved and slipped

all proper. Motto — " .■Equo animo."

Sons of Charles Hilbome, of 12 Oxford Road,
Kilburn, l>. 1850 ; m. 1875, Rosa, d. of Edward
Cowen : —
Albert Edward Hilborne, Gentleman, b. 1877. Res.

— The Bungalow, Church Brampton, Northampton.
Sidney Hilbome, Gentleman, b. 1879. Res. — The

Bungalow, Chinrch Brampton, Northampton.

HILDYARD (R.L., 1815, H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and
4, azure, a chevron argent, between three mullets or
(Hildyard); 2 and 3, argent, a fesse between three bugle-
horns stringed sable (Thoroton). Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cock sable,
combed, legged, and wattled gules.

Son of Thomas Blackborne Thoroton Hildyard, Esq.,

of Flintham Hall, M.P. for S. Notts. 1846-^2, 1866-

1885, J. P. and D.L, Notts. (High Sheriff ^1862), ,^.

1821 ; d. 1888 ; m. 1842, Anne Margaret, d. of Col.

Rockfort of Clogrenane, co. Carlow : —

Thomas Blackborne Thoroton Hildyard, Esq., J. P., late

Lieut. Rifle Brigade, d. 1843; m. 1871, Eleanor (i/. 1907),

eld. d. of late Rt. Hon. Henry Herbert of Muckross,

CO. Kerry. Seat — Flintham Hall. nr. Newark.

Sons of Gen. Sir Henry John Thoroton Hildyard,
G.C. B. (1911), Direc.-Gen. of Mil. Educ. 1903, com-
manded troops in S. Africa, 1904-8, Col. of the High-
land Lt. Inf., and formerly R.N., fi. 1846; d. 1916;
?>t. 1871, Annette, d. of Rear-Adm. James Prevost : —
Brig.-Gen. Harold Charles Th-jroton Hildyard, C.M.G.,
D.S.O., late R.A., 3. 1872 ; m. 1909, Selina, d. of the late
Rev. Savile I'Estrange Malone, and has issue — Robert
Christopher Hildyard, Esq. , 3. 1912 ; and Elizabeth. Kes.—
Hawksbrow, Seaford, Sussex.

Gerard Moresby Thoroton Hildyard, Esq. ,K.C., Barr.-at-
Law and Bencher Lincoln's Inn, a Master in Lunacy since
1923, h. 1874 ; m. 1911, Sybil Hamilton, d. of Henry William
Hamilton Hoare ; and has issue — 3 sons. Res. — Nodes,
Freshwater, I.O.W. ; i Essex Villas, Kensington, W. 8.

Brigadier Reginald John Thoroton Hildyard, C.B. ,
C.M.G., D.S.O., Col. Queen'sOwn Roy. West Kent Regt. ,
comdg. 2nd Rhine Bde. since 1927, b. 1876; m. 191 1,
Muriel Mary, d. of Sir Henry Cosmo Orme B jnsor, ist Bart,
of Kingswcod Warren ; and has issue — Henry Hildyard,
Gentleman, Ik 1927. C/k^— United Service.

Issue of John George Bowes Hildyard, Esq., J. P.
East Rdg. Yorks. , Barr.-at-Law, b. 1828; w. 1857,
Caroline [d. 1894), d. of Robert Denison of Waplington
Manor, 'Yorks. : —
Evelyn Caroline. Seat — Dunnington Hall, York.

HILDYARD (R.L., 19 June 1855, H. Cell). Azure, a
chevron argent, between three mullets or. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cock
sable, combed, legged, and wattled gules.

Sons of John Richard Westgarth Hildyard (formerly

Hale) of Horsley House and Unthank, j.P. and D.L.

(High Sheriff Durham 1863), M.A., Barrister-at-Law,

b. 1813; d. 1888; m. i860, Mary Blanche, eld. d. of

Sir Richard Digby Neave, Bart., of Dagnam Park,

Essex : —

John Arundell Hildyard, Esq., J.P. and D.L. for N.

Riding Yorks., J.P. Durham (High Sheriff 1900), b. 1861.

Seat — Horsley Hall, Eastgate, Darlington.

Edward Digby Hildyard, Gentleman, 1^. 1864; m. 1910,
Helen Lucy, second d. of late Major George Mark Leicester
Egerton ; and has issue — Edward John Westgarth Hild-
yard, Gentleman, b. 1913. Res. — 23 Draycott Place, S.W.


HILL (U. Off.). Quarterly, i. sable, on a fesse
argent, between three leopards passant guardant or,
spotted of the field, as many escallops gules (for Hill) ; 2.
party per bend sinister ermine and ermines a lion ram-
pant or (for Trevor) ; 3. gules, a cinquefoil or (for Rowe) ;
4. argent, a chevron azure, between three trefoils slipped
per pale gules and vert (for Rowe). Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — A reindeer's head couped giiles,
attired and plain collared or. Mottoes — "Per Detmi et
ferrum obtinui " ; " Ne tentes aut perfice."

Sons of Rt. Hon. Arthur WiUs John Wellington

Hill, 6th Marquess of Downshire, b. 1871 ; d. 1918 ;

tn. 1st, 1893, Katherine Mary, d. of Hon. Hugh

Hare : —
Rt. Hon. Arthur Wills Percy Wellington Blundell
Trumbell Sandys Hill, 7th Marquess of Downshire
(20 Aug. 1789), Earl and Viscount of Hillsborough
(28 Aug. 1772), Viscount Kilwarlin, and Baron Hill of
Kilwarlin, Earl of Hillsborough, Viscount Fairford, Baron
Harwich (17 Nov. 1756), Hereditary Constable olE Hills-
borough Fort [Supporters — On the dexter, a leopard or,
spotted sable, ducally gorged and chained gules ; on the
sinister, a reindeer gules, attired, unguled, and plain
collared or], b. 1894. Seats — Easthampstead Park,
Wokingham, Berks. ; Murlough House, Dundrum, co.
Down. Clubs — Carlton, Ulster.

Lord Arthur Francis Henry Hill, Capt. (ret.) 2nd
Dragoons, b. 1895; jh. 1927, Sheila, d. of the late Col.
Stewart MacDougall, of Lunga, Argyll, Res. — 16
Grosvenor Place, S.W.i.

HILL of Stockbridge. Erminois, on a fesse cottised
sable, between two wreaths of oak vert, a castle argent.
Mantling sable and or. Crest — Upon a mount vert,
a castle as in the arms, in front thereof a fembrake
proper. Motto — " Virtute et labore."

Second son of George Birkbeck Norman Hill, of

Burghfield, Berks., b. 1835 ; d. 1903 ; ni. 1858, Annie,

d. of Edward Scott, of Beech Hill, co. Wigan : —

Sir Arthur Norman HiU, ist Bart. (6 Sept. 1919), of

Green Place, Stockbridge, and a Knt. (19"). b. 1863;

tn. 1889, ElenMary Stratford, d. of John Towne Danson,

of Grasmere ; and has issue — Norman Gray Hill, Esq.,

M.C. and Bar, Lieut, (ret.) Duke of Lanes. Yeo., b. 1894 ;

Lettice Eleanor [w. 1915, Frederick Ellicott (d. 1916)] ;

Beatrice Birkbeck ; Rosalind Mary Theodosia. Seat —

Green Place, Stockbridge, Hants.




HILL of Brook Hall. Sable, a chevron erminois,
between three leopards' faces argent. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — A talbot's head cooped sable, guttee-
d'eau, collared gules, studded and ringed or. Motto —
" Ne tentes aut perfice."

Son of Sir John HUl, 4th Bart., b. 1833 ; d. 1872 ;

m. 1863, Charlotte Isabella, d. of Henry David

Blvth, of Hamilton Place, W. : —
Sir Henry Blyth Hill, 6th Bart. (17 Aug. 1779), D.S.O.,
Lt-Col. late Manchester Rogt., formerly R. Irish Fusiliers,
b. 1867 ; m. igoy, Eliza Maud, d. of George Gipps, of
Howletts. Clitb — Army and Navy.

HILL of Bradford (H. Coll.). Or, on a fesse between
three leopards' faces sable, as many roses argent, leaved
and seeded proper. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On
a wxeath of the colours, upon a rock charged with two
roses, as in the arms, a merino ram statant proper.
Motto — " Ne tenta vel perficite."

Son of the late William Hill, of Harden, Bingley,

Yorks. :—
Sir James Hill, ist Bart. (13 Jan. 1916), J. P. Bradford,
M.P. Cen. Div. Bradford 1916-18, Lord Mayor 1908-9,
b. 1S49 ; m. 1875, Alice, d. of Joshua Knight, of Bradford,
and has issue — (i) Arthur James Hill, Esq., M.B.E., b.
1876 [m. 1898, NelUe, d. of Thomas Duxbury, of Darwen,
and has issue — Annie Dulcie [m. 1923, Lieut. Robert

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