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Scotland) ; 2. or, a fesse chequy azure and argent, in chief
a label of three points gules (for Stuart) ; 3. argent, a
saltire engrailed between four roses gules (for Lennox) ;
4. or, a lion rampant gules (for Macduff), all within a
bordure componv azure and argent. Upon the escutcheon
is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling
gules and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the
colours, in front of a lion's head erased sable, a fret argent ;
with the Motto, "Garde bien. " Married, January 16,
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{d. 1921), daughter of the Right Honourable Charles Knox
Stuart, fourth Earl of Castlestuan ; and has had Issue— {1)
Stuart Huntly Hooper, Esq., late Capt. Royal Horse Ar-
tillery, d. December 20, 1867 ; if. 1916, on active service ;
(2) Gerald Huntly Hooper, Gentleman, 6. October 23,
1873 ; and Sybil Maud Marie [m. 1893, Lt.-Col. Peter
Aubertin, late Dragoon Gds. (i/.v.)]. /fesieience—SheWy
Hill, Chnstchurch. Clui — Windham.

GEORGE GLASS HOOPER, Gentleman. Born June 4,
1864, being the second son of the late Samuel Hooper of
Hatherieigh, co. Devon, by his wife Sarah, dau. and coh,
of Thomas Glass of South Yeo, co. Devon. Armorial
beaxings — Per fesse indented or and sable, in fesse two
fleurs-de-lys, a tower in chief and a gryphon passant
in base all counterchanged, and impaling the arms
of Montefiore, namely, per pale gules and azure, on




a chevron between three demi-lions or, as many crosses
moline of the first. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, an Esquire's helmet proper between
two wings per fesse indented or and sable, each charged
with as many fleurs-de-lys palewise counterchanged. Motto
— " Non nobis solum.' Livery — Black, with lemon
facings. Married ist, 1890, Annabel Mary Guitton,
sixth dau. of the late Rev. Thomas Law Montefiore,
M.A., Rector of Catherston, co. Dorset, and Rural
Dean, by his wife Katherine, dau. and h. of the late Rev.
Edward Cowell Brice of Frenchay, co. Glos. , and latterly
Vicar of N'ewnham, co. Glos ; and has /j-jw«— Dulcie
Evelyn Glass ; and Joyce Durbin Glass ; m. 2nd, 1908,
SeviUa Florence, eld. d. of the Hon. David Erskine. Seat
— Downe Hall, Bridport. Town res. — 7 St. James's Street,
S.W.I. C/kiJj— City Carlton, Hurlingham, New (Brighton).

JAMES HOOPER, Gentleman. Born , being the

son of the late William Hooper of " The Walnuts," Hather-
ieigh, CO. Devon. Armorial bearings -Per fesse indented
or and sable, in fesse two fleurs-de-lys, a tower in chief and
a griffin passant in base, all counterchanged. Mantling
sable and or. Crest- On a wreatli of the colours, an es-
quire's helmet proper, between two wings per fesse indented
or and sable, each charged with as many fleurs-de-lys pale-
wise counterchanged. Motto 'Non nobis solum." Re-
udence —

HOPE, see PELHAM-CLINTON-HOPE.

HOPE of Buenos Aires (H. Coll.). Azure, on a
chevron or, between three bezants, a lion's head erased;



between two fleurs-de-lys of the field. Mantling azure
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, issuant from
clouds proper, charged with three estoiles azure, a globe
fructedat the top, under a rainbow with clouds at each end
proper. Motto—" .At spes non fracta."

Son of Michael Hope, of Gartlandstown, Westmeath,

h. ; d. ; m. : —

Christopher Hope, Gentleman, h. . Res. — Calle

Juneal Arroyo 857, Buenos Aires, Argentine.

HOPE of Luffness (L.O., i886). Quarterly, i and 4,
azure, on a chevron or, between three bezants, a bay
leaf slipped vert, within a bordure argent ; 2 and 3, grand
quarters, i. azure, a lion rampant argent, im[ierially crowned
or ; ii. or, a lion rampant gules, debruised by a ribbon sable ;
iii. argent, three piles gules; iiii. or, a fesse chequy azure
and argent, surmounted of a bend sable, charged witli three
buckk-s of the first ; over the sectmd and third grand quar-
ters, on an escutcheon of pretence argent, a man's heart
ensigned with an Imperial crown proper, on a chief azure
three mullets of the field. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of his li\eries, a broken globe, sur-
mounted by a rainbow proper. Motto — " Atspesinfracta."
Only son of George Everard Hope, Esq., of Luffness,
Lt.-Col. Grenadier Guards, />. 1886; killed in action
1917 ; m. 1911, Margaret {d. 1923), d. of the late
John Cockton, Esq., J. P., of Kirkbjrough, Cumber-
land : —
Archibald John Gecrge Hope, Gentleman, 6. 191 2. Seat
— Luffness, Aberlady, Haddington.

HOPE (H. Coll.). Azure, a dove volant proper, holding
in the beak a sprig of olive vert, and two anchors erect in
chief argent. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, an anchor fesse wise argent, thereon
a dove close proper, beaked and legged gules, holding-in




the beak a sprig of olive vert, the whole surmounted by a
rainbow also proper. Motto — "Spes semper fidelis."

Son of late John Edwin Hope of Hay, co. Brecon : —
James William Hope, Esq,, Major of Artillery, J. P.,
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Rt. Hon. JAMES FITZALAN HOPE, P.C,
Deputy Speaker and Chairman of Committees, House
of Commons, 1921-24, of Heron's Ghyll, Uckfield,
Sussex, J. P. for E. Sussex, M.P. for Sheffield 1900-6,
and from 1908. Born December 11, 1870, being the
only son of the late James Robert Hope Scott,
Esq., Q.C., of Abbotsford, by his wife the Lady Vic-
toria Alexandrina, eldest daughter of the Most Noble



Mabel Ellen, second daughter of Francis Riddell, Esq.,
J. P., of Cheeseburn Grange, Northumberland; and has
Issue— <,\) Arthur Oswald Hope, Esq., Capt. Coldstream
Gds., served Great War (despatches, M.C., Croix de
Gueire), M.P. Nuneaton since 1924, b. 1897 \m. 1919,
Grizel, d. of Brig.-Gen. Sir Gordon Gilmour, Bt., C.B.
C.V.O., D.S.O. \q.v.), and has issue — Bridget Mary ; Jean
Margaret; and Alison Mary {Clubs — Guards', Carlton)];




Sir Henry Granville Fitzalan-Howard, fourteenth Duke
of Norfolk, K.G. Armorial bearings— Azure, on a
chevron or, t)etween three bezants, a bay-leaf slipped vert, a
bordure ermine for difference. Mantling azure, doubled
or; and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest,
a broken globe surmounted of a rainbow proper ; and in
a scroll above, this Motto, "At spes infracta." Livery —
Blue, with gilt buttons. Married, November 15, 1892,



(2) Henry John Hope, Gentleman, Barrister-at- Law (Middle
Temple), late Scots Gds., served Great War, ^. 1899 ; (3)
Richard Hope, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; and Joan Mary.
Seat — Heron's Ghyll, Uckfield, Sussex. C/z^^j— Carlton,
St. Stephen's.

HOPE of Craighall, &c. (matric. c. 1672-7 and 1780.)
Azure, a chevron or, between three bezants. Mantling



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gules, doubled argent. Crest — A broken terrestrial globe
surmounted by a rainbow issuing out of clouds at either
end all [proper. Motto — "At spes infracta."

Eldest son of Sir John Augustus Hope, i6th Bart.,
b. 1869 ; d. 1924; m. 1910, Hon. Mary Bruce, O.B.E.,
J. P. Midlothian, d. of loth Lord Balfour of Bal-
four : —
Sir Archibald Philip Hope, 17th Bart., of Craighall,
CO. Fife (19 Feb. 1628) ^^ Supporters — On either side a
female figure representing Hope, vestments vert, on
their heads garlands of flowers, each resting the exterior
hand on an anchor all proper], b. 1912. Seat — Pinkie
House, Musselburgh, Midlothian.

Hope of Hopetoun (matric. 1673, 1702, and 31 Dec
1902). Same arms, but charged on the chevron with a bay"
leaf vert. Same crest. Motto — " At spes non fracta. "

Son of the Most Hon. Sir John Adrian Hope, ist

Marquess of Linlithgow, 7th Earl of Hopetoun, Vise.

Aiihrie and Baron Hope, 5th Bart n Hopetoun, Baron

Niddry of Niddry Castle, f>. i86o ; d. 1908; m. 1886,

Hon. Hersey Alice Eveleigh-De Moleyns :—

The Most Hon. Sir Victor Ale.xander John Hope, K.T. ,2nd

Marquess of Linlithgow (U.K., 27 Oct. 1902), 8th Earl of

Hopetoun, Vise. Aithrie, and Baron Hope (Sco. , 15 April

1703), 6th Baron Hopetoun (U.K., 3 Feb. 1809), 4th

Baron Niddry of Niddry Castle (U.K., 17 May 1814),

and Baronet of Scotland, D.L. co. Linlithgow, F.R.S.E.,

Hon. Col. 19th Lothian and Border Horse Yeo., Brigadier

Roy. Company of Archers (King's Bodyguard for Scotland),

served on Personal Staff Great War [Supporters as Earl

of Hopetoun — Two ladies representing Hope, vested argent,

each holdina; in her exterior hand an anchor proper], d.

1887 ; m. 1911, Doreen Maud, d. of Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick

G.Milner, P.C.. 7th Bart. ; andhasissue — (i)CharlesWilliam

Frederick Hope, commonly called Earl of Hcpetoun, d.

1912 ; (2) Lord John Adrian Hope (twin), d. 1912 ; Lady

Joan Isabella ; and Lady Doreen Hersey Winifred. Seat —

Hopetoun House, South Queensferry, co. Linlithgow ; and

Ormiston Hall, Haddingtonshire.

Son of James Robert Hope Scott of Abbotsford (s. of
Hon. Sir Alexander Hope, G.C.B., s. of 2nd Earl),
6. 1812 ; d. 1873; ^' 2nd, Lady Victoria Alexandrina
Fitz-Alan Howard, d. of Henry Granville, 14th Duke
of Norfolk :-
James FitzAlan Hope, Esq. (^.i',) (rematric. 1893; details
see his entry).

Son of William Edward Hope-Vere of Craigie Hall
(descendant of ist Earl), Esq., J. P. and D.L. i. 1824;
d. 1872 ; m. 1857, Lady Nlary Emily Boyle, d. of
Charles, Viscount Dungarvan, and sister of 9th Earl
of Cork : —
James Charles Hope-Vere, Esq. (g.v.) (reniatric. 1734,
18x5, and 1846 ; details see his entry).

HOPE-DUNBAR (L.O. matric, 19 July 1918).
Quarterly, 1. gules, a lion rampant argent, armed and
langued azure, a bordure of the second charged with ten
roses of the field, barbed and seeded vert (for Dunbar) ; 2.
azure, on a chevron or, between three bezants, a bay leaf
slipped vert, a mullet of the second in chief for difference
(for Hope) ; 3. argent, a man's heart imperially crowned
proper, on a chief azure three mullets of the field
(for Douglas); 4. counterquartered, ist and 4th,
gules, three cinquefoils ermine ; 2nd and 3rd, argent,
a lymphad, sails furled sable, flagged gules (for Ham-
ilton). Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — A
horse's head, couped argent, bridled gules. Supporters
— On either side a lion rampant guardant argent, armed
and langued gules, each holding in one of the forepaws a
rose slipped proper. Motto — " Firmior quo paratior."
Son of Capt. John Hope, R.N., J. P., of St. Mary's
Isle, Kirkcudbright, b. 1843 ; d. 1915 ; w. 1872,
Rebecca Marion, d. of Peter Blackburn, of Killeam,
CO. Stirling : —
Sir Charles Dunbar Hope-Dunbar, 6th Bart., of St.
Mary's Isle, J. P., Maj. (ret.) R.F.A., assumed the addi-
tional name of Dunbar 1916, b. 1873 ; m. 1906, Edythe
Mary, d. of Richard Ramsden, of Siddinghurst, Surrey;
andhasissue — Basil Douglas Hope-Dunbar, Esq., b. 1907.
Seat — St. Mary's Isle, Kirkcudbright. C/u6— Army and
Navy.

HOPE-EDWARDES. Quarterly, i and 4, gules, a
chevron engrailed between three boars' heads erased
at the neck argent (for Edwardes) ; 2 and 3, azure, two



chevronels engrailed or, between three bezants in chief and
one in base (for Hope). Livery — Blue-black, gold buttons.
Daus. of Thomas Henry Hope- Edwardes, Esquire, of
Netley (who assumed by Sign Manual the additional
name and arms of Edwardes in 1854), by his wife
Louisa Charlotte, eldest daughter of Colonel Knyvett
Leighton of Bausley, co. Salop : —
Julia Caroline Hester. Estates — Netley and Greete, and
Harnage Grange, in the county of Salop, and property in
the parish of St. Marylebone, in the county of Middlesex.
Postal address — Netley, near Shrewsbury.
Anne Riversdale.

JAMES CHARLES HOPE-VERE, Esquire. J. P. and
D.L. for Lanarkshire, Lieut. -C<'1. (ret). Lanarkshire
Yeomanry Cavalry. Born July 13, 1858, being the eldest
son of William Edward Hope-Vere, Esquire, of Craigie,
by his wife Lady Mary Boyle, dau. of Rt. Hon. the ninth
Earl of Cork. Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i and 4,
azure, on a chevron or, between three bezants, a bay leaf
vert ; 2 argent, on a fesse azure, three mullets of the first ;
3. or, an anchor in pale gules. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crests — Dexter, on a wreath of the liveries, a broken
globe surrounded of a rainbow, all proper, and in an
escroU above this Motto, "At spes non fracta" ; sinister,
upon a chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a boar statant
azure, armed or, and in an cscroll above this MottO, " Vero
nihil verum." Livery — '^\\i& coat, with gilt buttons, blue
and yellow waistcoat. Married, firstly, Louisa Maud,
widow of Hon. Reginald Greville Nugent, and sister of
the Rt. Hon. the second Baron Churton ; secondly, 1884,
Marie (who obtained a div. 1905), d. of M. Guillemin of
Villa Navarre, Pau, and granddau. of Comte de Montebello :
and has surv. Issue — (1) Ralph Jean James Hope-Vere,
Gentleman, late R.N., b. Dec. 13, 1887; and Rachel
Magdeleine Mary [/«. 1908, Philip Henderson, fourth son
of Sir Alexander Henderson, Bart., and has issue]; m.
thirdly, 1906, Mabel Ellis, eld. d. of A. H. Foster-Barham
of Maryland, Pau, France ; and has further issue — Rose-
mary Marguerite. Seats — West Cliffe, North Berwick ;
Blackwood, Kirkmuirhill, N.B. C/«i5j— Turf, Carlton.

HOPGOOD (H. Coll.). Per chevron nebuly gules and
or, two anchors in chief and a cross crosslet fitch^e in base.




all counterchanged. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On
a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect vested per
chevron nebuly gules and or, cuffed argent, the hand proper,
holding an anchor in bend of the second and a cross
crosslet filchte in saltire of the first. Motto— "Spes bona

dat vires."

Yr. son of John Hopgood, Gentleman, b. 1827 ;
d. 1902 ; 7)1. 1856, Rebecca Frances, d. of Robert John
Lattey, Esq., I. P., of Cregg Park, co. Galway :—
Harold Burn Hopgood, Gentleman, LL.M., b. 1865;
m ist, 1900, Beatrice, d. of late Gen. James Thomas Walker.
C.B., LL.D., F.R.S. ; and has issue— Oliver Harold Hop-
good, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; and a dau. ; 2nd, 1919. Grace,
d. of Louis George Fison, and has further issue— John
Vee Hopgood, Gentleman, b. ; and 2 daus. Res.—

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HOPE-WALLACE (R.L., 9 April 1844, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, gules, a lion rampant, in chief
two crosses patonce argent, all within a bordure in-
vected compony ermine and azure, and (for distinction)
in the centre chief point a cross pat^e of the second
(Wallace); 2 and 3, azure, on a chevron or between
three bezants a bay leaf vert (Hope). Mantling gules and
argent. Crests — i. out of a crown vallary tr, an ostrich's
head argent, holding in the beak a horse-shoe sable
(Wallace) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a globe fructed
at the top, surmounted by a rainbjw issuing from clouds
at either end all proper (Hope). MottO— " At spes n- n
fracta. " Livery — Red and white.

Sons of John George Frederick Hope- Wallace, Esq.,

of Featherstone Castle, J. P. Northumberland (High

Sheriff 1871) [eld. son of Hon. James Hope- Wallace,

formerly Hope, and grandson of 4th Earl of Hopetoun],

h. 1839; d. 1900; m. 1867, Mary Frances, d. of Adm.

C. R. Drinkwater Bethune, C.B. , of Balfour, co.

Fife. :—

Charles Nugent Hope-Wallace, Esq., M.B.E., M.A.

(O.xon. ), Barrister-at-Law, b. 1877; tn. 1905, Mabel

Florance, d. of Col. Allan Chaplin of Bencomb, Dorking;

and has issue — Philip Adrian Hope- Wallace, Gentleman,

h. 191 1 ; Nina Mary ; and Dorothy Jaqueline. Res. —

I Lancaster Avenue, Wimbledon Common, London, S. W.

Club — Union.

Ernest Hope- Wallace, Gentleman, b. 1880. Res. —

HOPKINS (H. CoIL). Azure, on a chevron between two
pistols in chief and a lion rampantinbase all or, three roses
gules. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a lion rampant or, supporting a flagstaff
proper, therefrom flying to the sinister a banner argent
charged with a rose gules. Motto — " Fides spes
amorque."

Son of William Pratt Hopkins, b. 1840 : —

Harry Sinclair Hopkins, Esq., O.B.E., h. 1870. Res.
— Buluwayo, Southern Rhodesia.

HOPKINS of Sydney, New S. Wales (H. Coll.). Sable,
a tower with flames issuing from the battlements propei
between three pistols in bend, the muzzles upward or.
Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours.
a tower as in the arms, charged with two like pistols in
saltire or.

Son of Richard John Hopkins of Dover, Kent, b. ;
d. ; m. '. —

Richard Ashmore Robinson Hopkins, Esq. \.Y'.,b.
A-ej.— Sydney, N.S.W.

HOPKINS (Vn. Staff's. 161 1, Ped. H. Coll., direct de-




scent from Sir William Hopkins, knighted at Whitehall
II July 1623). Sable, on a chevron argent between three



pistols or, as many roses gules. Mantling sable and or.
Great— On a wreath of the colours, a tower argent, with
flames issuing from the loopholes and battlements proper.
Motto— " Suavitate aut vi." Livety — Claret and scarlet,
drab greatcoat, gilt buttons.

Sons of William Randolph Innes Hcpkins, Esq., of the

Leat House, Malton, J. P. and D.L. Ncrth Riding

Yorks., J.P. Middlesbrough and Durham, b. 1827; m.

ist, 1854, Elise Caroline Sophie, d. of Henry Bolckow

of Grossen Varchow, Mecklenburg-Schwerin ; 2nd,

1864, Evereld Catherine Eliza, only d. and heiress

of T. Hustler, Acklam Hall, Yorks. :—

Lt.-Col. Charles Harrie Innes Hopkins, J.P. co. Durham,

served in Zulu War 1879, and Great War, b. 1858 ; m.

1885, Helen Elizabeth, d. of Gen. Sir T. E. Gordon,

K.C.B., K.C.I.E., C.S.I. ; and has had issue — John

Gordon Innes Hopkins, Gentleman, b. 1887; Castell Percy

Innes Hopkins, Gentleman, b. 1889 ; killed in action

1915 ; Charles Randolph Innes Hopkins, Gentleman, b.

1893; killed in action 1914 ; Tom Edward Innes Hopkins

Gentleman, h. 1899 ; Helen Marjorie ; and Mary Elizabeth.

Res. — 6 Kensington Park Gardens, W. n. Club —

Caledonian.

William Hustler Hustler, Esq. {q.v.).
George Bertie Innes Hopkins, Gentleman, M.A.
(Camb. ), b. 1869.

James Randolph Innes Hopkins, Gentleman, B.A.
(Oxon.), Lieut. Northumberland Hussars, served in S.
Africa, b. 1876.

Sons of Rev. Henry Gordon Hopkin=, M.A. (Oxon.),
Vicar ot Ham, Staffs., b. 1839; m. ist, 1865 Emily
Marian (d. 1891), d. of William Brighton Russell,
B. D. , Rector of Turvey, Beds.; 2nd, 1892, Helen
Rosalie, d. of Rev. Robert Taylor, M.A., Vicar of
Warthill, co. York: —
Henry Russell Hopkins, Gentleman, ^. 1867.
Rev. Arthur Innes Hopkins, late Principal of Training
College, Siota, b. 1869. Address — c/o Melanesian Mission
Church House, Westminster, S W.

William Horace Rutherford Hopkins, Gentleman, 1^. 1872.
Res. — Whitton House, Crawley, Sussex. Club — Jun.
Carlton.

James Francis Gordon Hopkins, Gentleman, b. 1874.
Kenneth Castell Hopkins, Gentleman, b. 1878.
Rev. Louis Harrie Corbet Hopkins, b. 1893. Res. — r
Holly Bush Vale, Hampstead, N.W.3.

HOPKINSON (H. Coll.). Per pale argent and gules,
a pickaxe erect, between two roses in fesse, barbed and
seeded, all counterchanged. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a mill-wheel or.
Motto— "TIS HMAS X0IF2EI."

Second son of John Hopkinson, Esq., J. P., of

Manchester, d. 1901 : —
Sir Alfred Hopkinson, Knt. Bach. (1910), M.P. English
Universities, K.C., LL.D., M.A., B.C.L. (Oxford),
Barrister-at-Law, Bencher, and Treasurer, Lincoln's Inn,
h. 185 1 ; m. 1873, Esther, d. of the late Henry Wells, of
Nottingham ; and has issue — (i) Rev. Arthur Wells
Hopkinson, Clerk in Holy Orders, Vicar of Banstead,
Surrey, h. 1874 [w. 1901, Dorothy, d. of Rev. Canon
Millard] ; (2) Rev. John Henry Hopkinson, Canon of
Carlisle, h. 1876 [m. 1902, Evelyn, d. of Rev. H. Foun-
taine] ; (3) Austin Hopkinson, Esq., M.P. Mossley Div.
Lanes, since iqi8, J.P. Lanes., h. 1879 [Res. — 40 Great
Smith Street, Westminster) ; (4) Martin Hopkinson, Esq.,
Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, J. P., Herts., h. 1883 {m.
1907, Christine, d. of J. Hartnoll of Bamet, and has
issue — James Hartnoll Hopkinson, Gentleman, h. 1909 ;
Alfred Amyas Hartnoll Hopkinson, Gentleman, h. 1911 ;
David Martin Hopkinson, Gentleman, h. 1913 ; Richard
Adrian Hopkinson, Gentleman, h. 1916 {Res. — Long
Meadow, Bovingdon, Herts. Cluh — Cavendish)]; Ellen
\m. ist, 1904, George Harwood, M.P. (d. 1912) ; 2nd,
1921, John Miurav] ; Margaret Alice \_m. 1905, Lieut.-
Col. Gerald Hurst,'K.C., M.P.] ; Esther Phyllis. Res.—
10 Lansdowne Crescent, W. Clubs — Reform, Alpine.

HOPKIRK (L.O. 1815). Gules, a saltire engrailed
argent between four fleur-de-lis or. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest^On a wreath of his liveries, a
dexter arm in armour erect and couped at the elbow,
the hand proper pointing to a crescent in the dexter
chief argent. Supporters — On a compartment below the
shield, whereon this Motto — " Spero procedure," two
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Only surv. son of James Hopkirk, Esq., of Newington,
Belfast, b. 1833 ; d. 1912 ; vt. 1856, Marianne, eld.
d. of John McDuff, of Markhinch, Scotland : —
Francis Hopkirk, Gentleman, M.Inst.C.E., b. 1862 ;

m. 1899, Annie, d. of James Feeney, Esq., of Newry, co.

Down ; and has issue — Francis Hopkirk, Gentleman, b.

1894 ; Frederick Hopkirk, Gentleman, b. 1899 ; and Lily

Mary. Kes. — St. Clair, 29 Windsor Avenue, Belfast.

Col. .1 OHM DUTTON HOPTON. J. P. (formerly John
Uutton Hunt), lat ^ of the Highland Light Infantry, and late
Chief Inspector of Small .Arms to the War Othce, LP.
and High Sheriff" 1917 - 18, co. Hereford. Born
Dec. 30, 1858, being the eldest son of the late Captain
Dutton Hunt, Queens Bodyguard, of Stroud, co. Gloucester,
by his wife Fanny, eldest dau. of the late I. Gouldsmith.
He assumed the surname of Hopton, and the arms of
Hopton quarterly with those of Hunt by Royal Licence.
1895. Armorial beariags -Quarterly, i and 4, gules, sem^e
of crosses patt^e titchtie a lion rampant or, and for distinc-
tion a canton argent (for Hopton) ; 2 and 3, per pale ermine
and sable, a saltire between two talbots' heads erased in
fesse, all counterchanged (for Hunt) ; andimpaUng, for and
in right of his wife, the arms of Hopton and Baskerville
quarterly, namely, quarterly, i. and iiii. , the arms of Hopton
as above, without the mark of distinction; ii. and iii. ,
argent, a chevron gules between three hurts (for Baskerville).
Mantling gules and or. Crests -i. out of a ducal coronet
or, a gryphon's head argent, in the mouth a dexter hand
couped and ensanguined proper, and charged upon the
neck for distinction with a cross crosslet gules (for Hopton) ;
2. upon a wreath of the colours, a talbot sejant argent,
collared flory and counterflory and chained gules and rest-
ing the dexter paw upon a saltire or. Motto—" Vi et vir-
tute. " Married as his second wife, April 29, 1899, Sybil
Maude Hopton (n-^e Baskerville, but who prior to her mar-
riage assumed the name of Hopton and the arms of Hopton
and Baskerville quarterly, by Royal Licence 1898), elder
dau. of the late Walter Thomas Mynors Baskerville, Esq.,
of Clyro Court, co. Radnor, by his wife Bertha Maria, only
child and sole heiress of the late John Hopton, Esq., J. P.,
D. L. , M.-A.. , of Canon-ffrome Court, co. Hereford, and
Kemerton Court, co. Gloucester. Seat (jure uxoris) —
Canon-fTrome Court, Ledbury. Clubs— Cax\ion, Naval
and Military, Oriental.

HOPTON iH. Coll.). Gules, sem4e of crosses pat^e
fitch^e a lion rampant or. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — Out of a ducal coronet a gryphon's head argent,
in the mouth a dexter hand couped and ensanguined
proper. Mottoea— ".A me absit gloriari nisi in Cruce " ;
" Vi et virtute. "

Sons of the late Charles Edward Hopton, Esq. , Captain
23rd Welsh Fusiliers (wounded at the Alma), by his
wife Mary Tane, dau. of David Vaughan : —

The Rev. William Cope Hopton, MA. (Exeter Coll.,
Oxon.), Clerk in Holy Orders, Vicar of Bishop's-ffrome,
t. 1853. Residence -The Rectory, Bishop's-ffrome, Brom-
yard.

Harrv Chester Hopton, Gentleman, 1^. ; in. Oct. 27,

1886, Marian Isabella, eldest dau. of H. W. Holmes of
Stoke Bishop, co. Gloucester.

HOPWOOD (H. Coll.). Paly of six ermine and vert,
a bend raguly or, charged with three escallops gules.
Mantling vert and or. Crest — On a mount vert, a saltire
raguly gules, surmounted by an escallop argent. Sup-
porters— On either side a squirrel sejant proper. Motto —
" Sperarem."

Eldest son of James Thomas Hopwood, Barrister-at-

Law, Lincoln's Inn, b. 1827 ; d. 1906 ; m. i860, Anne

Ellen, d. of John Stone, of The Prebendal, Thame,

Oxford :—

Rt. Hon. Sir Francis Stephens Hopwood, P.O., G.C.B.,