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fessewise all proper. Motto — " Nunquara obliviscar."
Livery — Pepper and salt, brass buttons, with crest.

Only child of Rev. William Hilton-Simpson, of Sole

Street House, /^. 1845; d. 1922; w. 1879, Emma

Ellen, d. of Francis Soames, of Wokingham,

Berks. :—

Melville William Hilton-Simpson, Esq., Capt. late

R.A.S.C, B.Sc, Oxen., Chevalier Legion of Honour, b.

1881 ; m. 1911, Helen Dorothy, d. of Malcolm Douglas

Mackenzie, late Bombay C.S. ; and has issue :— Claude

WUliam Hilton-Simpson, Gentleman, i^. 1914; and Helen

Melville. Jies.— Sole Street House, Faversham, Kent.


HINCHCLIFFE (H. CoU., 30 Nov. 1920). Per
chevron azure and sable, a wyvern between in chief two
fleurs-de-lys and in base a cross patee fitchee or.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a wyvern or, holding in the dexter claw a fleur-
de-lys vert.

Son of Edward Hinchcliffe, of Wakefield : —

John Henry HinchcUfie, Capt. (ret.) Duke of Welling-
ton's (Vol.) Regt., b. 1867. Res. — Sicklinghall Grange,
near Netherby, Yorks., W.R.


HINCHLIFFE of Denby Dale (H. Coll., 24 Aug.
1920). Or, a wyvern vert within an orle of six fleurs-
de-lys alternately of the second and gules. Mantling
vert and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a




wyvern's head couped or, holding in the mouth a fleur-
de-lys vert. Motto — " >Equitas et libertas."

Son of Zaccheus Hinchliffe, Esq., J. P., of Strath-

deame, Denby Dale, Yorks., b. ; m. : —

Sir James Peace Hinchliffe, Knt. Bach. (1920), J. P.,

b. 1861 ; w. 1886, Narah Pearce, d. of Joseph Devvhirst,

of Denby Dale. Res. — Inkerman House, Denby Dale,

Vorks. Club — National Liberal.

HINCHCLIFFE (H. Coll., 2 July 1923). Sable, on a
pile or, between two roses argent, barbed and seeded

Hen's gamb erased argent, in front thereof three annulets
inttrlaced and fessevvise gules (Hinckes) ; 2. on a wreath of
the colours, a man's head in profile couped at the shoulders,
about the neck a halter proper, on the breast two cross
crosslets fitchce in saltire or (Davenport). Married, 1909,
Frances Marion Glass, only child of Edward Butcher; and
lias issue— John Lewes Hinckes, Gentleman, b. 1910; and
a dau. Seat ~Vo\\&y, Hereford. C/«*^— Travellers',
lunior Carlton.

HINCKS (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, gules, a lion
rampant ermine, an orle of bezants and plates alternately
(Hincks); 2. azure, on a bend engrailed or, between two
wolves' heads argent, three crosses crosslet gules (Cowper,

proper, a wyvern vert. Mantling sable and or. Crest
— On a \vreath of the colours, upon a billet fessewise
gules, charged with three roses as in the arms, a wyvem
vert, supporting in the dexter claw by the blade a sword
or. Motto — " Nihil sine labore."

Eldest son of the late Edward Hinchcliffe, of Bretton
West, nr. Barnsley, by his wife, Margaret Rebecca
(nee Hough) : —
Arthur Edward Townend Hinchcliffe, Gentleman,
LL.B. (Manchester), Solicitor, b. 1866 ; m. 1894, Hannah,
d.of William Almond, Solicitor, of Upper Brook Street,
Manchester; and has issue — (i) William Arthur Hinch-
cliffe, Esq., Solicitor, Capt. 7th Duke of Welling-
ton's West Riding Regt., T.A., b. 1895 ; (2) George
Raymond Hinchcliffe, Gentleman, M.A. (Camb.)
Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, b. 1900 ; Joyce
Almond. Res. — Woodside, Huddersfield. Club —
Borough (Huddersfield).

(ret.) in the Army, J. P., D.L. for co. Hereford. Born
Jan. 28, 1873, being the only son of Rev. George
Horatio Davenport of Foxley, co. Hereford, by his
wile Sophia Diana, dau. of Rev. Vere Dashwood of
Stanford Hall, Notts., by his first wife Caroline,
dau. of Philip Hamond of Westacre, Norfolk. Capt.
R. T. Hinches assumed the name of Hinckes by Royal
Licence 1895. Armorial beaxings— Quarterly, i and 4,
gules a lion rampant ermine, a bezant between two
plate; in chief and the like in base within flaunches
argent, each charged with two torteaux (Hinckes) ; 2 and 3,
argent, a chevron pean between four cross crosslets fitch^e
three in chief and one in base sable (Davenport). Mantling
gules and argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, a

1642) ; 3. sable, a cross potent or (Alleyn of Gresley, (emp.
Henry VIIL). Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-lion gules, gutt^e-de-l'armes,
gorged with a collar dancett^e argent, the sinister paw
resting on an annulet or. Motto — " In cruce et lachrymis
spes est."

Sons of Thomas Cowper Hincks, Esq., J. P., of Brecken-

brough and Terrace House, Richmond, Yorks., late

Capt. 49th Regt., b. 1840; d. 1902; m. 1872, Mary

E. C, d. of Col. H. Stobart of Etherley House, co.

Durham : —

Thomas Cowper Hincks, Esq., Major Res. of Officers,

late Capt., Roy. Berks. Regt.. b. 1875 ; m. 1914, Florence

Evelyn, second d. of .Arthur Frederick Holdsworth of

Widdicombe House ; and has issue — Thomas Cowper

Hincks, Gentleman, b. 1917 ; Arthur Mervyn Hincks,

Gentleman, b. 1919. Res. — La Jaspellerie, Sark, Channel

Isles. Club — Army and Navy.

Henry Hincks, Esq., Capt. Reserve of Officers, late 3rd
Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., b. 1879. Res. — ^Winsford,
Somerset. Club — Windham.

John Stobart Hincks, Esq., Comd. (ret.) R.N., b. 1884 ;
m. 1927, Nancy Margaret, only d. of James Trail, of
Longbeach, B.C. Res. — Howser, B.C., Canada.

HIND of Nottingham (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4,
paly of four gules and or, a chevron between three hinds
trippant, counterchanged (for Hind) ; 2, argent, on
a mount vert, an ash- tree proper, on a chief gules two
bezants (for Ashover) ; 3, ermine, three bendlets
between two flaunches vert (for Watts). Mantling gules
and or. Crests — i. issuant out of an antique coronet
or, a cockatrice paly of four gules and or (for
Hind) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a lion's jamb





erect and erased proper, supporting an escutcheon of the
arms of Watts (lor Watts). Mottoes — (over crest),
" Algate hende algate heyndly"; (under arms),
" Retrorsum nunquam."

Son of Jesse Hind, Esq., of Edwalton, Nottingham.

Solicitor, J. P. City and County of Nottingham : —
Jesse William Hind, Gentleman, M. A. Oxon. , Solicitor,
d. 1866 ; m. 1892, Lilian Frances, eld. d. of the late Henry
Doughty Browne, Esq., J. P., of Tilgate Forest Lodge,
Crawley, Sussex, and 10 Hyde Park Terrace, W. Res. —
Fletcher Gate, Nottingham.

HIND (H. Coll.). Vert, a hind passant or, on a chief of
the last two roses gules, barbed and seeded proper. Mant-
ling vert and or. Crest on a wreath of the colours, a demi-

pegasus argent, holding a sword erect or. Motto—
" Quasrere verum." Livetj' — Drab, green collar and cuffs,
red vest.

Sons of Herbert Wheeler Hind, Esq., of Overleastowe,

Bidston, J. P. co. Chester (High Sheriff 1909), d. 1847 ;

d. 1918 ; m. 1874, Emily, ci. of Charles John Dimond,

Solicitor, of London ; —
Charles Hartley Hind, Gentleman, d. 1876 ; m. 1905,
Phyllis Emily, (^. of late Joseph Hill of Manchester ; and
has issue — John Hartley Hind, Gentleman, d. 1907; and
Barbara Emily Frances. /?es. — Chapel House, Puddington,
near Birkenhead.

William Frederick Hind, Gentleman, fi. 1882.
John Herbert Hind, Esq., Major, late 13th Hussars, d.
1885; m. 1977, Sybil Thompson, and has issue: — Anthony
John Hind, Gentleman, i. 1918. Res.—


HINDS of Neuadd-Deg (H. Coll., sr May, 1917).
Aztire, two conies in chief and a horse courant in base
argent. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a rose gules, slipped and leaved
proper, entwining a dibber palewise argent. Motto —
'' Oni heuir ni fedir."

Son of WilUam Hinds, of Cwnin Farm, co. Car-
marthen, m. , Mary, d . of David Jones of
Penronw, Carmarthen : —
The late John Hinds, Esq., M.P. West Carmarthen,
1910-23, Lieut. CO. Carmarthen, b. 1862; d. 1928 ; m.
1893, Lizzie, d. of R. Powell, of Cefntrefna, co. Carmar-

then : and had issue — William Pugh Hinds, Gentleman,
h. 1897; d. 1916; Gwladys Mary. Res. — Neuadd-Deg,
Carmarthen ; 14 Clarendon Court, Maida Vale, W.9.

HINDSON of Bradwall Hall, Sandbach (H. Coll.).
Azure, five cross crosslets in cross between four stags' heads,
caboshed or. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, in front of two cross crosslets fttch^e lin

saltire azure, a hind's head erased or. MottO — " In filio
Dei vis mea." Z/Very— Blue and gold.

Sons of Rev. John Hutchinson Hindson, M.A. (Camb.),
formerly Vicar of Wraysbury, Bucks., b. 1846 ; d. 1919 ;
m. 1891, Hon. Lavinia Alice Julia Butler, d. of Lord
Dunboyne : —
Richard Eldred Hindson, Esq., Capt. R.Welch Fusiliers,
b. 1892. /?«. — St. Andrew's, Brook, Brockenhurst, Hants.
Lesley Reginald Probyn Hindson, Gentleman, ,b. 1895.
William Theobald Hindson, Gentleman, b. 1903. """'
John Robert Eldred Hindson, Gentleman, b. 1909. i!
Son of John Hindson, Gentleman, b. 1839 ; d. 1919 ;
7H. 1875, Alice Henty: —
John Lawrence Henty Hindson, Gentleman, b. 1883 I '''•
1912, Margaret Grace Burland; and has issue — John Henty
Hindson, Gentleman, b. 1923 ; and 3 daus. A'itj-. — Sea-
combe, Sorrento, Victoria, Australia.

Son ofWilliam Hindson, iJ. 1806; d. 1868 :—
Eldred Grave Hindson, Gentleman, b. 1843. Res. — 52
Stanhope Gardens, London, S.W.

Son of Lawrence Hindson, b. 1845 ; d. 1901 ; m.
1885 :-
Gordon Hindson, Gentleman, b. 1888. Res. —

HINGLEY (H. Coll., 1903). Or, issuant from the base
the battlements of a castle proper, thereon a lion rampant
gules, holding in the dexter forepaw a battleaxe in bend
sinister of the second, over all a fesse engrailed vair.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
out of the battlements of a tower proper, a demi-lion gules,
gorged with a collar vair, holding between the paws a
battleaxe of the first, the whole between two wings of the
second. Motto — " Acquirit qui tuetur."

Son of Hezekiah Hingley of Grassendale Park,

Aigburth, b. 1825 : d. 1865; m. 1849, Fanny Georgina,

d. of late William Thompson of Aigburth : —

The late Sir George Benjamin Hingley, 2nd Bart. (8 Aug. ,

1893), J. P. D.L., and C.A. co. Worcs.,*. 1850; died 1918.

Seat — High Park, Droitwich, Worcs.

HINGSTON (U.O., Confd. 1903, on user since 1747).
Azure, a chevron nebuly ermine, between in chief two
lozenges or, each charged with a leopard's face of the
field, and in base a cross pat^e of the third. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a




demi-lion rampant per pale nebuly azure and or, holding



in its paws a cross pat^e of the second,
posui adjutorem."

Sons of Rev. Richard Edward Hull Kingston, b. 1859:
d. 1924; m. 1883, Frances, d. of D. L. Sandiford of
Ballinlough, co. Cork : —

Rev. James Henry Hingston, M.A. , B.D. (Trin. Coll.,
Dub.), A. K.C. (Hon.) Lond., Rector of Kilshannig, b.
1884 ; 7n. 1918, Jane, d. of W. Popham Horsford, and has
issue — James Hingston, Gentleman, b. 1921 ; and Diana
Joan. 5?a^^Aglish, CO. Cork. Res. — Kilshannig Rectory,
Mallow, CO. Cork.

Henry Sandiford Hingston, Gentleman, Major Indian
Medical Service, b. 1885. Postal address — c/o Lloyds Bank,
9 Pall Mall.S.W.

Richard William George Hingston, Esq., M.C. , Maj.
Indian Medical Service, b. 1887. Postal address — c/o Lloyds
Bank, 9 Pall Mall, S.W.

Francis Perceval Randolph Hingston, Gentleman, b. 1888.

Frederick Becher Hingston, Gentleman, b. 1889.

HIPPISLEY (H. Coll., 1564). Sable, three mullets

and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a hind,
head erased proper, gorged with a collar sable, charged
with three mullets pierced or.

Son of John Hippisley, Esq., J. P.. b. 1832; d. 1885;

m. 1863, Christine Ellen Lydia, eld. d. and heiress of

John Christian Bood6, Esq., of Lucknam, co. Wilts. : —
Richard John Bayntun Hippisley, Esq., O.B.E., J. P.,
Major and Hon. Lt.-Col. North Somerset Imp. Yeo.,
Comdr. R.N.V.R. 1915-20,^. 1865; m. 1905, Constance
Amy, d. of thelate.'\ugustus L. Francis of Tiverton ; and has
issue — (i) John Preston Hippisley, Gentleman, b. 1906;
(2) Claude Francis Bayntun Hippisley, Gentleman, b. 1910;
and Christine Elizabeth. SeatSXon Easton, near Bath,
CO. Somerset. Club — Junior Carlton.

Son of Henry Edward Hippisley, Esq., J. P., b. 1838;

d. 1917; m. 1871, Florence, d. of S. Leveson : —
Arthur Hippisley, Esq. ,O.B.E., Maj. R.G.A.,*. 1883; m.
1906, Cecily Louisa White, d. of late Alexander Crawford,
and has issue — David Arthur Hippisley, Gentleman, b. 1908 ;
Richard Lawrence Hippisley, Gentleman, b. 1913. Res. —
South Lawn, Ston Easton, nr. Bath.

Sons of John Hippisley, Esq., J. P., b. 1804; d. 1898;

m. ist, 1831, Annie Elizabeth, d. of Rev. T. Clare;

2nd, 1843, Georgiana, d. of Rev. John Dolphin: —
Frederick Ihomas Hippisley, Gentleman, b. 1847; m.
1st, 1898, Eugenie Jane, d. of Randall Foote ; 2nd, 1906,
Harriet, d. of George Saunders Sainsbury. Res. —

Richard Lionel Hippisley, Esq., C.B., Col. late R.E.,
served Egyptian War 1882, S. African War 1899-1900,
Dep. Dir. of Army Signals 1914, b. 1853 ; m. 1885,
Honoria Violet, d. of late Major-Gen. John Hall Smyth,
C.B., of Frimhurst, Surrey. Res.— 2 Stanhope Gardens,

Son of William Henry Hippisley, Esq., J. P. co. Berks.,

Lt.-Col. late comdg. Scots Greys, b. 1855 ; d. 1908 ;

m. 1886, Florence, fourth d. of the late Capt. Har-

greaves of Aborfield Hall, Reading : —
Henry Hargreaves Sulivan Hippisley, Gentleman, b. 1887 ;
m. 1920, Violet Barbara, d. of Rev. George Goode
Wilkinson, Rector of Knossington, Rutland, and has
issue — Barbara Elizabeth ; and Griselda Flora. Seat —
Sparsholt Manor House, Wantage. Clubs— 0\d Etonian,

Son of Rev. Robert William Hippisley, b. 1818 ; d.
; m. 1841, Grace Louisa, eldest d. of Thomas

Raikes : —
Rev. William Hippisley, Rector of Cameley, b. 1851 ;
m. 1877, Bertha Gertrude, third d. of Walter Radcliffe of
Warleigh, Devon; and has issue. ^«.— The Rectory,
Cameley, Somerset.

HIPPISLEY COX (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4,

pierced in bend between two bendlets or. Mantling sable

chequy sable and or, on a fesse gules three fylfots of the
second (for Cox) ; 2 and 3, sable, three mullets between




two bendlets, all within a bordure or (for Hippisley).
Mantling sable and or. Crest — i. on a wreath of the
colours, a griffin's head erased ermine, charged on the
neck with a chevron surmounted by a crescent sable (for
Cox) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a hind's head
erased or, gorged with a collar sable charged with two
mullets as in the arms (for Hippisley). Motto — " Have

Son of Edward Hippisley Cox, b 1852 ; d 1919 ;

m. 1876, Sarah, d. of Jacob Henry Crook, of

Bristol :—
Edward Geoffrey Hippisley Cox, Esq., C.B.E. (Mil.),
D.L. CO. of London, Brevet-Col., late Lt.-Col. comdg.
Queen's Westminster and Civil Service Rifles, D.A.Q.M.C.
1916, D.A.A.G. 1917, A.A.G. (Lond. District) 1918),
b. 1884 ; m. 1914, Ethel Milsted, d. of Mountagu Edye
Pitcher, of Kingsdown, Kent ; and has issue — Peter
Denzil John Hippisley Cox, Gentleman, b. 1921 ; Roger
Michael Hippisley Cox, Gentleman, b. 1925. Seat —
Gournay Court, West Harptree, Somerset. Res. — 23
Edwardes Square, Kensington, W.8. Clubs — Carlton,
St. Stephen's.

HIRCH (H. Coll., 3 June 1918). Argent, a chevron

azure between in chief two fleams sable and in base a

rubber tree eradicated proper. Mantling azure and

argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, between the

attires of a stag with scalp or, a fleam as in the arms.

Motto — " Facta loquuntur." Livery — Blue and silver.

Son of Charles Hirch, of London, b. 185 1 ; d. 1903 ;

m. 1879, Sophie, d. of August Drucker, of Mayence

on- Rhine : —

Robert Emanuel Hirch, citizen and tinplate worker of
Londoh, b. 1883 ; m. 1921, Ellen Kathleen, d. of Edward
Ager Soper, of Bighton, Hants. ; and has issue — Ann
Pamela ; Cynthia Kathleen. Res. — 4 Holly Lodge
Gardens, Highgate, N.6. Clubs — R.A.C., City Livery,
United Wards.

HIRSCH (H. Coll.). Argent, a stag salient between
two roses in fesse gules, on a chief sable a lion passant
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, between the
attires of a stag argent, a rose gules, seeded or, barbed,
slipped and leaved vert. Motto — " Aspice."

The late Mayer Hirsch, Gentleman, of Belsize Park,
N.W., b. ; d. ; m. , and left with other

issue — Charlotte [m. Max Bendit, merchant, of 121 Fore
Street, E.C.] ; and Clara [m. 1896, Simeon Lewis Lazarus

HIRST of Witton (H. Coll.,). Per chevron or and
argent, in chief two roses gules, barbed and seeded
proper, and in base, upon a mount, an oak-tree also
proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest — A stag's head
proper, collared, and charged on the neck with three
crescents interlaced or. Motto — " I will."

Son of Emanuel Hirsch, of Munich : —

Sir Hugo Hirst, ist Bart., of Witton, co. Warwick,
(2 July 1925), M.LE.E., Chairman of the General
Electric Co., Ltd., b. 1863; assumed the surname
of Hirst in lieu of his patronymic, 1883; m. 1892,
Leontine, d. of Herman Hirsch ; and has had issue —
Harold Hugh Hirst, Esq., Lieut. Manchester Regt., b.
1893 ; d. 1919 {m. 1917, Carol Iris, d. of Lewis Lindon,
of Sussex Square ; and left issue — Harold Hugh Hirst,
Esq., b. 1919, and Pamela Muriel] ; Mmriel Elsie \_m.
1919, Leslie Gamage, Capt. (ret.) London Regt.] ;
Irene Phyllis [m. 1922, Trevor Rose, Capt. (ret), R.F.A. ;
and has issue]. Seat — Fox Hill, Earley, Reading.
Town res. — 40 Park Lane, W. Clubs — Portland,

REGINALD HIRST, Gentleman. Born 1865, being
the second son of Thomas Hirst of Willow Bank, Hudders-
field, by his wife Jane, daughter of John Sykes of Lindley,
Huddersfield. Armorial bearings— He bears for Arms :
Per pale gules and sable, a sun in splendour or, between
three fountains proper. Upon the escutcheon is placed a
helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules and or ;
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-man
affront^e proper, holding in the dexter hand a bugle-horn
stringed or, and supporting with the sinister hand an escut-
cheon sable, charged with a sun as in the arms ; with the

Motto, " Non mutat fortuna genus. " Livery — Chocolate,
with yellow facings and gilt buttons. Postal address — 8

York Place, Huddersfield.
field (Huddersfield).

Clubs — Devonshire, Hudders-

West Riding oftheco. of York. Born iSgi, being the eldest
son of the late Thomas Hirst of Hamburg. Armorial bear-
ings — Gules, two martlets in fesse or, on a chief indented
argent, three annulets azure. Mantling gules and or.

Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter cubit arm in
bend, holding an arrow proper, and a scimitar in saltire,
engrailed at the back also proper, pommel and hilt or.
Motto—" His regi servitium." Married, 1881, Esther
Frost, dau. of Charles J. Brook of Meltham, and left
issue. Seat — Meltham Hall, Meltham Mills, co. Yorks.




HISLOP (L.O.). Argent, on a mount in base, a stag
lodged under a holly-tree aJl proper, on a chief gules, a
three-masted ship under full sail proper, flagged azure,
the banner of Scotland at the stern, all between two

fleurs-de-lis or. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest
— On a wreath of his liveries, on a moimt, a stag statant
under a holly-tree proper. Motto — " Quiesco sed vigilo."
Eld. son of John Fowler Hislop, Esq., J. P., of
Castlepark, nr. Prestonpans, Haddingtonshire,
b. 1823 ; d. 1894 ; m. 1852, Marv Dennistoun, d. of
Capt. Patrick Wood, H.E.I.C.S., of Dennistoun,
Tasmania : —
Robert Hislop, Gentleman, b. 1853 ; m. 1882,
Charlotte Elizabeth Annie, d. of George Clark, of Christ-
church, N.Z. ; and has issue — Gertrude Mary [m. 1918,
B. J. ElUs, M.A.] ; and Gladys Verena (Sister in All
Saints'). Res. — The Briars, Seaford, Sussex. Club —
Union (Seaford).

HITCHIN-KEMP (R.L., 1868, orig. granted 1838). Per
pale azure and gules, a mascle between three garbs or,
a bordure nebuly of the last. Mantling' azure and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a garb fessewise or,
a pelican feeding her young, wings elevated sable, vulned
proper, charged on the breast with three annulets inter-
laced, and gorged with a collar gemel gold. Motto —
" Honestas et Veritas." Livery — Blue, with claret facings.
Sons of Frederick William Hitchin-Kemp, Gentleman,
b. 1835; d. 1909; m. 1863, Fanny Pym, d. of Thomas
Shoobridge of London : —

Frederick Hitchin-Kemp, Gentleman, F. R. Hist. Soc. ,
b. 1866 ; m. 1893, Lydia Harris, d. of late Robert Cadby
Bulgin of Cardiff and Swansea ; and has issue— (i) Reginald
Pym Hitchin-Kemp, Gentleman, b. 1897; (2) Robert John
Brookes Hitchin-Kemp, Gentleman, /'. 1902 ; Angela
Winifred [w. 1914, John Frederick Borland Purges of Port
Talbot] ; and Zeta Lydia. Res.^

William Hitchin-Kemp, Gentleman, b. 1875.

Arthur Hitchin-Kemp, Gentleman, A.S.A.A. , b. iZjj ;
m. 1908, Millicent Holton of Gravesend ; and has surv.
issue — Vera; and Christine. Res. —


HOARE (H. Coll., 17 Dec. 1766). Sable, an eagle dis-
played with two heads argent, charged on the breast with
an ermine spot, within a bordure engrailed of the second.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, an eagle's head erased argent, charged with an
ermine spot. Motto — " In ardua."

Son of Henry Arthur Hoare, Esq., J. P. (High Sheriff

1865), b. 1804; (/. 1873; 7n. 1859, Julia Lacy, eldest

d. of Thomas Veale Lane and grand-dau. cf 2nd

Viscount Exmouth : —
Sir Henry Hugh Arthur Hoare, 6th Bart. (27 June 1786),
J. P. COS. Beds. , Bucks. , Somerset, and Wilts., late Lieut.
3rd Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., b. 1865; tn. 1887, his cousin
Alda, d. of William Henry Purcell Weston; and has had
issue — Henrv Colt Arthur Hoare, Esq., Capt. ist Dorset
Yeo. , b. 1888; d. 1917, of wounds received in action.
6Va^— Stourhead, Bath. Club — Boodle's.

Son of Peter Merrik Hoare of Luscombe Castle, M.P.

for Southampton 1868-74, '^- 1843 ; d. 1894 ; ni. ist,

1865, Edith Augusta [d. 1880). eldest d. of Rev.

Edmond Strong, Rector of Clyst St. Mary, Devon : —
Peter Arthur Marsham Hoare, Gentleman, /i. 1869 ; m..
1897, Norah Alicia Beresford (d. 1909), d. of late W.
Stewart Falls, M.D., of Bournemouth ; and has issue —
Peter William Hoare, Gentleman, b. 1898; and Joycc
Seat — Luscombe Castle, Dawlish, Devon. Club —

Sons of Charles Arthur Richard Hoare of Hall Place,.

b. 1847; d. 1908; m. 1867, Margaret (d. 1899), d. of

Francis Baring Short of Brickham, co. Devon : —
Wilfrid Arthur Richard Hoare, Gentleman, b. 1876;
m. igi^, Helen Adria, only d. of Harry Hepenstall Heath,.
C.B., of Dunley, Bovey Tracey, Devon, and has issue —
Richard Michael St. George Hoare, Gentleman, b. 1918 ;
and Jacquetta Adria Margaret. Seat—HzW Place, West
Meon, Hants. Res. — Woodlands, Kennford, Devon.

Ralph Francis Hoare, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; m. 1906,
Katherine Hallen, d. of R. J. Sumner Drinkwater of
Northbrook, Orillia, Canada; and has issue — Hugh John
Francis Hoare, Gentleman, b. 1911 ; Eric Reginald
Hoare, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; Margaret Katherine Dorothy;
and Natalie Kathleen Grove. Res. — Kelsay, Orillia,

Son of Reginald Arthur Hoare, Gentleman, b. 1878;

d. 1918 ; nt. 1909, Ulna Mildred, d. of Thomas C.

Williams of Wellington, New Zealand: —
Reginald Merrick Hoare, Gentleman, b. 1918. Res. —

HOARE (H. Coll., 17 Dec. 1766). Sable, an eagle
displayed with two heads argent, charged on the breast
with an ermine spot, within a bordure engrailed of the
second. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, an eagles head erased argent, charged with
an ermine spot. Motto — " In ardua. "

Sons of Henry Hoare, M.A. (Camb.), b. 1838; d.

1898 ; m. 1865, Beatrice Ann, d. of Rev. George Barber

Paley of Langcliffe : —

Henry Hoare, Esq., J. P., late Major Suffolk Imp. Yeo.,

b. 1866; m. 1898, Lady Geraldine Mariana, d. of Lord

Augustus Henry Charles Hervey, and sister of the 4th

Marquess of Bristol ; and has issue — Henry Peregrine

Hoare, Esq., b. 1901 ; Rollo Hoare, Gentleman, b.

1903; and Angela Beryl [w. 1928, Lt.-Col. Lionel Frisby,

D.S.O., M.C.]. Seat — Ellisfield Manor, Basingstoke,


Frederick Henry Hoare, Gentleman, b. 1871 ; m. 1912,
Dorothy Burley ; and has issue — Frederick Alfred Hoare,

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