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JOHN FALSH.\W HOBSON, Gentleman, .Associate
Member of the Institute of Civil Engineers. Born
June 29, 1841, being the eldest son of Peter Hobson
of Castle Lodge, Knaresborough, co. Yorks., by his wife
Elizabeth, fifth dau. of the late William Fa'ishaw of




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HODSON



bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, per pale azure and sable,
two hobbies close in chief proper, and a sun in splendour
in base or (for Hobson 1 ; 2 and 3, azure, a chevron between
two fleurs-de-lys in chief and a battleaxe in base
argent (for Falshaw), a crescent for difference. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cubit
arm erect proper, holding a rose argent, barbed, seeded,
and slipped of the first, and two lilies in saltire of the
second, stalked, leaved, and slipped also proper. MottO
— " In officio impavidus." Livery — Blue coat, blue and
yellow waistcoat. Married .^nnie Jean, only d. of the late
Thomas Addyman of Belmont, Knaresborough, co. Yorks. ;
and left Issue — Dorothea Falshaw. Residence — Coverdale
Lodge, Richmond, Surrey.




Leeds, co-heir of his maternal uncle. Sir James Falshaw,
Bart. Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, per pale
azure and sable, two hobbies close in chief proper, and a
sun in splendour in base or (for Hobson) ; 2 and 3, azure,
a chevron between two fleurs-de-lys in chief and a battle-
axe in base argent (for Falshaw). Mantling azure and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect proper,
holding a rose argent, barbed, seeded, and slipped of the
first, and two lilies in saltire of the second. Motto — " Vive
ut vivas." Married, Jan. 31, 1872, Emma, third dau. of
the late Joseph Cook of The Grove, Houghton-le-Spring,
CO. Durham ; and has surv. Issue — (i) James Falshaw
Hobson, Gentleman, b. Feb. 3, 1882 ; (2) Stanley Falshaw
Hobson, Gentleman, b. July 6, 1888. Postal address —
South Bailey, Durham. Club — Constitutional.

HOBSON of Chorley Wood (R.L. 10 Nov., 191 6,
H. CoU.). Argent, on a chevron couped azure between
three pommes, each charged with a saltire, as many
trefoils slipped or, a chief chequy of the first and
second. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a grifBn segreant sable, armed
gules, resting the dexter hind leg on a saltire, and holding
in the beak a key, wards uppermost, both or.

Eldest son of Graves Chamney Swan Lombard,

Esq., Maj. i6th Regt., h. id. ; m.

Louisa, d. of Samuel Meade Hobson : —

John William Edmund Hobson, Gentleman, b. ;

assumed by R.L., Nov. 10, 1916, the surname and arms

of Hobson. Res. —

HOBSON (H. Coll.) Argent, on a chevron invected
azure between three hurts, as many quatrefoils or, a chief
vair6 of the second and last. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a
panther's head affront^e and erased, with flames issuant



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from the mouth and ears, transfixed by an arrow fessewise
barbed and flighted, the pheon to the sinister argent, gorged




with a collar counter compony or and azure. Motto —
— " Fortitudine Deo." Livery ^ Brown, with yellow
acings.

Sons of Richard Hobson, Esquire, J.P. and U.L. co.

Palatine of Chester, High Sheriff 1898, ». 1836; J.

1908 ; m. April 22, 1868, Mary Eleanor {d. 1907), d.

and coheiress of the late John Chadwick, Esq., J. P.,

D.L.:—
Gerald Walton Hobson, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O., Lt.-Col.
Res. of Officers, Maj. (ret.) 12th Royal Lancers, served S.
Africa 1899-1901 ; and Great War 1914-15, J.P. Leics. ; i.
1873; m. 1908, Winifred, d. of J. Gardiner Muir of Thrapston,
Northants. ; and has issue — 2sons;idau. J?es. — Cornhill,
Pattishall, Towcester. Clul> — Cavalry.

Geoffrey Dudley Hobson, Esq., M.V.O., F.S.A., M.A.,
i. 1882 ; m. 1920, Gertrude, d. of Rev. Canon Vaughan ;
and has issue — i son. JHes. — i Bedford Square, W.C.
CluBs — Athenaeum ; Oxford and Cambridge.

HOCKIN (H. Coll., 1764). Per fesse wavy gules and
azure, a lion passant guardant or, beneath the feet a musket
lying horizontally proper, semte of fleurs-de-lys of the third.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, on a rock, a seagull rising all proper. Motto —
" Hoc in loco Deus rupes."

Son of Rev. Arthur Pendarves Hockin, 6. 1849 ; d.

1922 ; m. 1894, Mary Ellen, only child of Rev. Walter

Guppy Abbott : —

Cedric John Abbott Hockin, Gentleman, 6. 1896 ; m.

1921, Ennice Mildred, d. of Andrew Smith. Res. — The

Anchorage, Riviere Towans, Hayle, Cornwall.

Yr. sons of lohn Hockin of Beckenham, Kent, an

Officer H.E.i.C. Navy, d. 1810; d. 1893; m. 1847,

Mary, d. of Williams Hichens : —

Robert Hichens Hockin, Gentleman, Notary Public,

i. i860 ; m. 1890, Rosa Caroline, d. and coh. of Francis

William Breach of Shanklin, Isle of Wight, and of Los

Alamos, Mexico ; and has surv. issue — Mary Dorothy ;

Carrie Joan; and Edith Prudence. lies. — Oak Lake,

Manitoba, Canada.

Henry Valentine Hockin, Gentleman, M.A. (Cantab.),
6. 1863; m. 1903, Jessie Graham, d. of Rev. William Kirk-
man ; and has issue — John Hockin, Gentleman, 6. 1906 ; and
Nellie Edith. J?es. — Carnelloe, Tavistock Road, Sketty,
Glam.



ROBERT ELI HODDER, Gentleman. Born Jan. 29,
1843, being the second son of the late James Light Hodder
of Thornhill, Broadway, Dorset, by his wife Dorothy,
dau. of Robert Loveless of Bincombe, Dorset. Armorial
bearings — Argent, two battleaxes erect in fesse sable and
as many flaunches of the last, on each a battleaxe also
erect of the first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On
a wreath of the colours, in front of a cross crosslet or, a
battleaxe sable. Motto — " Deserve well." Married, Oct.
18, 1877, Fanny, dau. of Edmund Butler of Wargrave,
Berks. ; and has Issue — (i) Robert Barry Hodder, Gentle-
man, b. Aug. 3, 1878 ; (2) Brian Light Hodder, Gentleman,
b. Sept. 13, 1882; (3) Ivan Mantle Hodder, Gentleman,
b. Jan. 12, 1885 ; Fanny Elsie ; and Dorothy Erica.
Res.—

HODDER (U.O.). Argent, five poleaxes erect in fesse
proper.

Sons of Francis George Hodder, Esq., R.M., J.P. co.
Cork, B.A., Barrister-at-Law, b. 1846; d. 1908; m.
1873, Susan Louisa Florence, d. of John Drew Atkin
of Castle Park, co. Dublin, and gd.-d. of Sir Thomas
Roberts, ist Bart. : —
George Walton Hodder, Gentleman, b. 1874. Seat —
Fountainslown, co. Cork. Res. — Inveresk, Belfast.

William Randall Hodder, Esq., Paym.-Comdr. R.N.,
b. 1877. Post. a(W.— H.M.S. President, c/o G.P.O.
Gerald Edward Hodder, Gentleman, b. 1886.

HODGE, see HERMON-HODGE.



HODGE of Chipstead (H. Coll., 1926). Sable, an
eagle, wings addorsed and inverted or, between three
crescents argent. Mantling sable and or. Crest — An
eagle as in the arms, supporting with the dexter claw an
increscent argent, and looking at the rays of the sun
issuant from clouds proper. Badge — A sprig of bluebell,
flowered proper, enfiJed by a circlet or. Motto —
" Prcemium virtutis gloria."

Only son of John Rowland Hodge, of Sunderland, h.
1819 ; d. 1868 ; m. 1857, Emily, d. of Edward Dean
Davis, of Newcastle-on-Tyne :—

Sir Rowland Frederic William Hodge, ist Bart., of
Chipstead, Kent (31 March, 1921), founder of the North
umberland Shipbuilding Co., h. 1859 ; m. 1895, Mabel,
d. of William Edward Thorpe ; and has issue — John
Rowland Hodge, Esq., 6. 1913 ; Peter Rowland Hodge,
Esq.,&. 1915; Margaret Viola ; Vivien Rosemary. Seai —
Wentworth, Ditton Hill, Surrey. Clubs — Junior Carlton,
R.A.C.



HODGE. Party per fesse argent and azure, a pale
counterchanged, three crescents, two and one of the
second, and as many open books, one and two proper,
bound and clasped or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, a talbot's head couped argent, senile of estoiles
azure, holding in the mouth an oak-branch slipped and
fructed proper. MottO— " Savoir pouvoir."

Sons of Edward Grose Hodge, Gentleman, of An-

garrack, Cornwall ; m. 1852, Elizabeth Giddy Grose,

d. of William Browne of St. Austell, Cornwall ; and

d. 1907: —

Thomas Hodge, Esq,, J.P. Sussex, b. i860; m. 1900,

Jane Patterson, d. of Hugh Glenn, of Utica, U.S.A. Res.

— Fyning House, Rogate, Petersfield, Hants.

Harold Hodge, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law, editor of
the Saturday Review 1898-1913, b. August 18, 1862.
Res.^g Highbury Place, N.5.

HODGES (H. Coll.) Or, three crescents, in chief a
barrulet sable, on a chief of the second in dexter canton a
naval crown of the first. Mantling gules and or. Crest

Issuant from a naval crown or, an heraldic antelope's

head argent, armed and maned or. Motto — "Virtus
immortalis."

Third son of John Francis Hodges, Esq. , of Dorches-
ter, Lt.-Col. Dorset Regt. (Vol.), b. 1841 ; d. 1915 ;
m. 1870, Sarah Isabella, d. of Michael Henry
Rankin : —
Sir Michael Henry Hodges, K.C.B., C.M.G,, M.V.O.,
R.N., Vice-Adm., 2nd Sea Lord of the Admiralty, Officer
Legion of Honour, has Order of the Rising Sun (Japan), b.
1874 ; m. 1903, Frederica Octavia, 8th d. of Henry Frederic



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Tiarks, Esq., of Foxbury, Chislehurst, and has issue: —
Michael Hodges, Esq., Lieut. R.N., b. 1904 ; John Michael
Hodges, Esq., Midshipman R.N., b. 1909 ; David Michael
Hodges, Esq., b. 1915; Richard Michael Hodges, Esq.,
i>. 1917; and Elizabeth. Postal addresses — 71 Chester
Square, S.W. ; Admiralty, Whitehall, S.W. Clubs —
Marlborough, United Service.

HODGSON of Crewe (H. CoU.)- Argent, three falcons
proper, on a chief sable a rose of the field, barbed and
seeded, between two cutlasses proper. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of
cubit arm in armour, grasping in the hand a broken
sword proper, pommel and hilt or, two roses as in the
arms. Motto—" Fidelity."

Son of Abraham Hodgson, of Liverpool, b. 1830 ;

d. ; m. : —

Sir William Hodgson, Knt. Bach. (1921), J.P. Cheshire,
L.R.C.P.L, L.R.P.S., b. 1854 ; m. 1881, Elizabeth id.
1914), d. of Richard Ward, of Leeds, lies. — Helms-
vUle, Crewe, Cheshire. Clubs — National Liberal,
R.A.C.

HODGSON (H. Coll., 26 Mar. 1914). Azure, a chev-
ron embattled counter-embattled, between two martlets
in chief and a stag trippant in base, all or. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon
the trunk of an oak tree raguly, and sprouting fessewise
proper, a dove azure, holding in the beak a sprig of
oak proper. Motto — " Be ever watchful."

Son of George Arthur Hodgson, M.A. Oxford, of

Smallwood Manor, Staffs., b. 1850; d. 1912 ; tn.

1876, Elinora Marv, d. of Edmund Gwynne, Esq.,

of Llanthetty Hall, Talybont-on-Usk : —

Arthur Thomas Hodgson, Esq., J.P. Staffs. (1917) and,

CO. Southampton (1927), Lieut. K.R.R.C. {1896-1906), b.

1878 ; m. 1906, Vera, d. of the late Col. Himtley Bacon,

of Apton Hall, Rochford, Essex ; and has issue : — George

Huntley Hodgson, Gentleman, b. 1915. Res. — Tatch-

burv Manor House, Woodlands, Southampton. Clubs —

Wellington; R.A.C.

HODSON-MACKENZIE, see MACKENZIE.

HODSON of Hollybrooke House. Sable, a chevron
between three martlets or. Mantling sable and or.
Crest — A dove close azure, beaked and membered or,
holding in beak an olive-branch proper. Motto — " Pax
€t amor."

Sons of Richard Edmond Hodson, of Coolfadda
House, Bandon, b. 1856 ; d. 1913 ; nt. 1892, Mar-
garet, d. of Rev. Stanley Pemberton : —

Sir Edmond Adair Hodson, D.S.O., 5th Bart., of
Hollybrooke House, co. Wicklow (28 Aug. , 1789), Capt,
Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own), b. 1893; s. his
uncle 1921; m. 1928, .^nne Elizabeth Adderley, d. of
Lt.-Col. .\dderley Cradock, of Hill House, Sherborne St.
John. Seats — Hollybrooke House, co. Wicklow ; Cool-
fadda House, Bandon, co. Cork.

Gilbert Stanley Hodson, Lieut, (ret.) R.E, (T.F.),
*. 1895. Res. —

Cecil George Hodson, Esq., b. 1900. Res. —

SIDNEY FRANCIS HOFFNUNG - GOLDSMID,
Gentleman, formerly Hawaiian Chargd d'Affaires to the
Court of St. James. Assumed by Royal Licence the addi-
tional surname and arms of Goldsmid 1896. Born 1862,
being the only son of the late Sigmond Hoffnung, by his
wife, Bessie, dau. of S. Marks of Sydnev, N.S.W.
Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, per saltire ermine
and erminois, on a chief gules, a goldfinch proper
between two roses or, and for distinction a canton or (for
Goldsmid) ; 2 and 3, argent, a chevron nebuly paly
azure and or, between in chief two doves of the
second, each holding in the beak a sprig of olive vert,
and in base two anchors in saltire, also of the second (for
Hoffnung), and upon an escutcheon of pretence the same
arms of Goldsmid without the canton. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crests— i. upon a wreath of the colours,
a demi-lion argent, supporting with the paws a bundle of
twigs erect or, banded azure, charged on the shoulder for
distinction with a cross crosslet gules (for Goldsmid) ; 2. upon
a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion or, charged with two
bars nebuly and holding between the paws as many anchors



in saltire azure, all between two proboscides of the last.
Motto —"Spes anchora vitae." Livery — Red facings, bufl




cloth. Married, Nov. 26, 1889, Violet Goldsmid, s.j.
Baroness de Goldsmid e da Palmeira (Portugal, 1906), dau.
and co-heir of her father, Rt. Hon. Sir Julian Goldsmid,
Bart., P.C., M.P. , 3rd Baron de Goldsmid e da Palmeira :
and has Issue — (1) Cyril Goldsmid, Esq., Capt. (ret.) 9th
Lancers, Barrister-at-Law, B.A. Oxon. 1912 ; b. Oct. 14,
1890 [w. 1920, Nancy, d. of Major John MacGillycuddy, of
Flesk Castle, Killcurry] ; (2) Ronald Goldsmid, Esq.,
Capt. i2th Lancers, b. May ir, 1893 \_m. 1926, Dorothy, d.
of H. Lowndes, Esq., M.F.H., East Herts.]; (3) Vivian
Hoffnung-Goldsmid, Gentleman, b. 1903 \m. 1928, Vera, d.
of Albert Levy, of Westbrook, Elstead, Kent]. Residences
— Meads, Pinkney's Green, Berks.; 35 Chesham Place,
S.W. C/«*j— St. James's, and Carlton.

HOG (L.O., c. 1672 and 1783). Argent, three boars'
heads erased azure, armed or. Upon the escutcheon is
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules,
doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for
Crest, an oak-tree proper Supporters — Two boars proper.
Motto^" Dat gloria vires."

Son of Thomas Alexander Hog, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
b. 1835 ; d. 1908 ; m. 1859, Harriet, sec. d. of Steuart
B. Hare of Calderhall, co. Midlothian : —

Steuart Bayley Hog, Esq., Hon. Lt.-Col., D.L. and J. P.,
B.A. (Cantab.), Advocate, b. 1864; m. 1892, Jemima
Christian, d. of Ralph Dundas ; and has issue — (i) Roger
Thomas Alexander Hog, Esq., M.C., Major (ret.) R.A., b.
1893; (2) Ralph Dundas Hog, Esq., Capt. (ret). Ind.
Army, b. 1897 ; Evelyn Emily ; and Harriet Christian.
Estates — Newliston, co. Linlithgow ; and Kellie, co. Fife.
Clubs — Caledonian, New (Edinburgh).

HOGG, see LINDSAY-HOGG and McGAREL-HOGG.

HOGG (H. Coll., 1846). Argent, three boars' heads
erased azure, langued gules, between two (launches of the
second, each charged with a crescent of the field. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — Out of an Eastern crown argent,
an oak-tree fructed proper, and pendent therefrom an
escutcheon azure charged with a dexter arm embowed in
armour, the hand grasping an arrow in bend sinister, point
downwards, also proper. Motto — " Dat gloria vires."

Son of Charles Swinton Hogg, Esq., Administrator-
Gen, of Bengal (2nd son of ist Bart.), iJ. 1824; d. 1870;
m. i860, Harriet Anne, d. of Sir Walter G. Stirling,
Bart. :—
Guy Weir Hogg, Esq,, British Vice-Consul at Monaco, b.
i86i ; m. 1892, Constance Piercy, d. of Henry Joseph
Marsden ; and has issue: — Kenneth Weir Hogg, Esq.,
Capt. Irish Guards, b. 1894 ; and Maybird Constance [nt.
1st, 1915, Capt. Gerald Ewart Gott, Beds. Regt. ; 2nd,
1925, Capt Henry B. Tate, of Billesley Manor, Alcester,



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CO. Warwick]. Post. add. — British Vice-Consulate, Monaco.
Cluh — Constitutional.

Son of Ernest Charles Hogg, Gentleman, late R.N.,

b. 1863 ; d. 1907 ; m. 1893, Lucy [d. 1907), d. of William

Felton Peel of VVistaston Hall, Cheshire : —

Arthur Ramsay Hogg, Gentleman, h. 1896; m. 1924,

Mary Ailcen Hester, d. of P. H. Lee Evans, of Stirling

House, Bournemouth ; and has issue : — Michael David

Hogg, Gentleman, b. 1925, Address — c/o Messrs. Peel and

Co., Ale.xandria, Egypt.

Sons of Sir Stuart Saunders Hogg, Kt. Bach., b. 1833 ;

d. 1921 ; m. i860, Selina, eld. d. of Sir T. Erskine

Perry : —

Stuart James Hogg, Esq., b. 1865, m. 1890, Margaret

Alice, d. of Andrew Muir of 42 Holland Park, W. ; and has

issue — Alison Mary \m. Philip Hope Edward Bagenal [q-V.)'\ ;

and Margaret Erskine \_m. 1917, Capt. Joseph Herbert

Brett, Suftolk Regt].

Alan Frederick Hogg, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Attorney-
General, Uganda, 1918 ; Chief Sec. and Deputy-Gov. since
1922, b. 1868. Club — Wellington.

Sons of Sir Frederick Russell Hogg, K.C.LE., C.S.L,
b. 1836; d. 1923; m. firstly, 1857, Emily (which mar-
riage was dissolved 1873), dau. of General Eckford;
secondly, 1885, Harriett Venn, dau. of late William
Stephens Dicken : —
Frederick Stapleton Dickey Hogg, Esq., M.R.C.S. ,
L.R.C.P., b. 1859 ; m. 1895, Maude Amelia [d. 1918), d. of
late Arthur Wynnson Howes and widow of R. Maxwell
Keith ; and has issue— Saville Weir Bensley Hogg, Esq., b.
1901. Res. — The Cedars, Rickmansworth.

Charles John Hogg, Esq., Postmaster-Gen. United
Province of India, b. 1861 ; m. 1892, Annie Evelyn, d. of
late Rutherford Haldane, M.D., LL.D. ; and has issue —
Nancy Evelyn Lowthorpe. Res. —

Esmond Popham Hogg, Esq., Lieut, Comdr. R.N., b.
1886.

Sons of Quintin Hogg, Esq., b. 1845 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1871,
Alice Anna, d. of William Graham, formerly M.P. for
Glasgow : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Douglas McGarel Hogg, Baron Hailsham
(1928), P.C:. (1922), Knt. Bach. (1922), Lord High Chancellor
since 1928, K.C., Barrister and Bencher Lincoln's Inn ;
J. P. E. Sussex; Recorder of Kingston-upon-Thames, 1924;
Attorney-Gen. 1924-28, M.P. Marylebone 1922-28 ; served S.
Africa 1 900-1 ; Capt. and Group Adjt. Co. of London Vol.
1915-19 ; b. \Zt2; m. ist, 1905, Elizabeth [d. 1925), d. of
late Judge James Trimble Brown of Nashville, Tennessee,
U.S.A., and widow of Hon. Archibald John Marjoribanks ;
and has issue — (i) Hon. Quintin McGarel Hogg, b. 1907;
(2) Hon. William Neil McGarel Hogg, b. 1910 ; m. 2nd,
1929, Hon. Mrs. Clive Lawrence. Res. ^^7 Portland
Place, W.I ; Carter's Corner Place, Hailsham, Sussex.
Chambers — New Court, Temple. Clubs — A\.henx\im,
Carlton.

Sir Vlalcolm Nicholson Hogg, Knt. Bach. (1920),^. 1883 ;
m. 1910, Lorna, younger d. of Frank Clement Offley Beaman,
Judge of High Court, Bombay; and has issue— John
Nicholson Hogg, Esq., b. 1912 ; and Vivian Izabel
Suzanne Nicholson. Res. — 39 Eaton Place, S.W.i. Clubs
— Bath, Travellers'.

Sons of Col. Arthur Melville Hogg, 6th Bombay Cavalry,

h. 1845; '^' ^9°^ '< "'■ i^74i Emily Louisa Jane, d. of

Henry Alexander, Esq., of Forkhill, co. .'Armagh: —

Col. Conrad Charles Henry Hogg, C.M.G., late R.E.,

served S. Africa 18991902 (Queen's Medal, 3 clasps. King's

Medal and clasps) and Great War 1914-18 (despatches four

times, C.M.G.), Chevalier Legion of Honour, b. 1875.

C/w^-— United Service.

Lt.-Col. Philip Granville Hogg, D.S.O.. late R.E., served
S. Africa 1899-1900 (Queen's Medal, 3 clasps). Great War
1914-16 (despatches, D.S.O.), b. 1878. Res.

Major Oliver Frederick Gillian Hogg, R.A., b. 1887 ; m.
1919, Ella Harold, d. of Arthur Harold Hallam, of
Shanghai ; and has issue : Niul Uchtred Alexander
Hogg, Gentleman, b. 1922. Address — 4 Dial Square,
Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. Club — United Service.

HOGG (U.O. 1920). Argent, an oak-leaf proper,
between three boars' heads erased sable, langued gules,
armed or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a boar passant or, pierced in the
side by an arrow gules, flighted argent, in front of an
oak-tree proper fructed of the first. Motto — " Dat
gloria vires."

Elder son of Rev. Robert Hogg, Clerk in Holy



Orders, late Incumbent of Clogh, in the Diocese
of Clogher, co. Monaghan : —
William Peat Hogg, Esq., M.C., M.B., B.Ch. (Aber-
deen), Capt. LM.S., b. . Res. — c/o. Grindlay and
Co., 54 Parliament Street, S.W.i.

HOGHTON, see DE HOGH TON.

HOHLER (H. Coll.). Or, in base a mount vert, thereon
a castle proper, three eagles displayed in chief sable.
Mantling vert and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of an ostrich-feather erect between four
others alternately sable and or, a bezant charged with an
eagle displayed sable. Motto — " Ich furchte Gott."

Sons of Lt.-Col. Arthur Preston Hohler, D.S.O.
(Middlesex Regt.), of Long Crendon Manor, Oxon.,
b. 1887; d. 1919 ; m. Laline Annette, d. of the late
William Harvey Astell, of Woodbury Hall, Beds. : —
Henry Arthur Frederick Hohler, Gentleman, 6. 1911.
Seat— Long Crendon Manor, Thame, Oxon.

Edward Christopher Hohler, Gentleman, b. igiy.
Thomas Sidney Hohler, Gentleman, b. 1919.

Son of Edwin Theobald Hohler, Gentleman, b. 1861 ;
d. 1921; m. 1896, Agnes Venetia (10 Cadogan
Place, S.W.), d. of Sir Craven Goring, loth Bart. : —
Craven, Hohler, Gentleman, b. 1907.

Sonsof Henry Booth Hohler, Esq., of Fawkham Manor,

Kent; J. P. and D.L. Kent (High Sheriff 1901),!^. 1835;

d. 1916 ; m. 1856, Henrietta Wilhelmina {d. 1902),

d. of late Robert Lawes of Kingston Hill Place, Surrey.

Sir Gerald Fitzroy Hohler, Knt. Bach. {1924), K.C.,

Barrister-at-Law, and Bencher Middle Temple, M.P.

Chatham, 1910-18, and for Gillingham since 1918; b.

1862. Res. — 34 Moore Street, S.W. Chambers — 3 Har-

court Buildings, Temple, E.C. Clubs — Carlton, New

University.

Sir Thomas Beaumont Hohler, K.C.M.G. , C.B., Envoy
Extra, and Min. Plen. to Denmark and Iceland since
1928,6. 1872 ; w. 1922, Cynthia, 2nd d. of the late William
Harvey Astell, and has issue— Gerald Arthur Hohler, Esq.,
b. 1923. 5<ra/— Fawkham Manor, Kent. Address — H.M.
Legation, Copenhagen. Clubs — Bath; Carlton; Marl-
borough.

HOLBECH of Farnborough (H. Coll.). Quarterly, r
and 4, vert, six escallops, three, two, and one argent ; 2.
sable, a bend, engrailed between six billets argent; 3.
argent, a lion rampant gules, a border engrailed sable,
bezant^e. Mantling vert and argent. Crest— Upon a
wreath of the colours, a maunch vert, senile of escallops
arge:it. Motto— " Deo duce, signo cruce."

Second son of Lt.-Col. Walter Henry Holbech, late
K.R.R.C, M.A. (0.\on.), one of H.M.'s Hon. Corps of
Gentlemen'-at-Arms, />. 1845; d. 1901 ; m. 1881, Mary
Carolme, fourth d. of Sir John W. Walrond, Bart. , and
widow of Sir George Clay, Bart. :—
Ronald Herbert Acland Holbech, Gentleman, b. 1877 ;
m. 1915. Catherine Evelyn, d. of Sir Leigh Hoskyns, nth
Bart. ; and has issue— Edward Ambrose Holbech, Gentle-
man, i). 1917 ; Geoffrey Victor Leigh Holbech, Gentleman,

b. 1918; John Holbech, Gentleman, b. . Rost. add.—

Farnborough Hall, nr. Banbury.

Son of Capt. Edward Ambrose Holbech, late R.N.,
b. 1846; d. 1915; w- 1882, Mary Louisa, fourth d. of
Major Francis Gresley, E.I.C.S. : —
Richard Ambrose Holbech, Gentleman, b. 1884; m.
1913, Mary Gertrude, d. of Thomas Gunnell of Weston-
super-Mare ; and has issue. Post, add.— 13 High Street.
Portsmouth.

Sonsof Ven.CharlesWilliam Hollbech of Farnborough,
CO. Warwick, M.A., Hon. Canon of Worcester, and
late Archdeacon of Coventry, J. P. for cos. Oxford and
Warwick, b. 1816 ; d. 1901 ; m. 1843, Laura Harriette,
sister of Sir George Armytage, 5th Bart. : —
Rt. Rev. William Arthur Holbech, Hon. D.D. Oxford ;.
Bishop of St. Helena (1905), formerly Archdeacon of Kim-
berley, late Dean of Bloeinfontein, M.A. Brasenose Coll.
{Oxon'.),b. 1850. /?«.— Bishopsholme, Island of St. Helena.
Rev. Hugh Holbech, Vicar of Kineton, Canon of Coven-
try Cathedral, and formerly Rector of Bredon, Worcester-
shire, M.A., Ch. Ch. Coll. (Oxon.), b. 1857 ; m. 1884, Ada,
fourth d. of Col. and Lady Frances Lloyd of Aston Hall,
Salop ; and has surv. issue— (i) Charles Hugh Holbech,
Gentleman, b. 1885; (2) Laurence Holbech, Gentlenian, b.
1888; Gertrude Frances; and Anne. Res. — Kmeton
Vicarage, co. Warwick.



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Godfrey Charles Holbech, Gentleman, ^. 1863; m. 1911,
Florence, yst. d. of late Thomas Bull of Westminster.
J^e'. — 69 Chelsea Gardens, S.W.

UJIU

HOLBROW (H. Coll., 8 Feb. 1787). Azure, a bend
ermine, between six mullets pierced argent. Mantling




azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours,
a pair of wings elevated argent, including three mullets as
in the arms, in triangle.

|f - ' Son of Stanley Charles Holbrow, Gentleman, d. 1844 '•