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G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., K.C.S.I., Baron Southborough, of

Southborough (i Nov. 1917), b. i860; m. 1st, 1884,

Alice {d. 1889), d. of Capt. W. Smith-Neill, of Barnwell,

CO. .Ayr ; 2nd, 1892, Florence, d. of Lieut. -Gen. Samuel

Black, C.S.I., CLE. ; and has issue (by ist marriage) —

(i) Hon. James Spencer Neill Hopwood, C.S., b. 1889

[w. 1923, Dorothv, d. of Col. Archibald Leslie, of Kininvie,

CO. Banff] ; Hon.' Gladys Mary Neill [m. 191 1, Maj. Alfred

Hopwood, D.S.O., Lines. Regt. ; and has issue" ; (by 2nd

marriage) — (2) Hon. Frank John Hopwood, late Sub.-

Lieut. R.N.V.R.,6. 1897 [m. 191 8, Audrey Money, and

has issue — Francis Michael Hopwood, Esq., b. 1922 ;

Moira (Res. — 21 Ormonde Gate, S.W.)] ; Hon. Frances
[m. 1922, Arnold Viney, Esq., M.R.C.S. ; and has issue].
Res. — 17 Airlie Gardens, Campden Hill, W. Clubs —
Reform, Wellington, R.Y.S.

HOPWOOD of Rochdale (H. CoU., 22 Feb. 1921).
.\rgent, on a pale indented sable, between two roses gules,
barbed and seeded proper, three millrinds of the field.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Above a mount, a
pigeon volant proper. Motto — " Instinctus et celeritas."
Son of Robert Hopwood, of Glossop : —

Sir William Hopwood, Knt. Bach. (1921), J. P., C.C, b.
1862 ; m. 1887, Mary Jane, d. of William Henthorn, of
Shaw, Lanes., and has issue — .Arthur William Hopwood,
Esq., b. 1890; Gaylard Hopwood, Esq., b. 1897; and
Bertha. Res. — Gordon House, Conway Road, Colwyn
Bay, N. Wales.

HORDER of Shaston, Dorset. Per chevron argent
and sable bezantee, in chief a male griffin passant of the
second. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Issuant
from a rock proper, a demi-male griffin sable. Badge —
A sprig of agrimony proper, and a rose gules sUpped
and leaved also proper, in saltire, enfiled by a circlet or.
Motto—" Health and a day."

Son of Albert Horder, of Wincombe, Swindon,
Wilts., b. ; m. : —

Sir Thomas Jeeves Horder, K.C.V.O., ist Bart., of
Shaston, Dorset (14 July 1923), Knt. Bach. (1918), M.B.,
B.Sc, F.R.C.P., Physician-in-Ordinary to H.R.H. the
Prince of Wales, b. 1871 ; m. 1902, Geraldine, d. of
Arthur Doggett, of Newnham Manor, Baldock, Herts.;
and has issue — Thomas Mervyn Horder, Esq., b. 1910 ;
Dorothy Joy ; Mary Elizabeth. Res. — 141 Harley
Street, W. ; Ashford Chase, Petersfield. Club — Bath.

HORDER-DESPARD of Lacca Manor (R.L., 14 March
1914, U.O.). Argent, three bars gules, on a canton azure,
a dexter hand couped at the wrist, holding a dagger erect,
all proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect, vested gules, cuffed
argent, the hand holding up a dagger dropping blood, all
proper. MottO — " Pugno, pugnas, pugnavi."

Son of Tiiomas Garrett Horder, M.R.C.S., of Cardiff,
b. 1843; d. 1908 ; >n. 1888, -Anna Maria, d. of William
Fredrick Despard of Lacca Manor, Mountrath,
Queen's Co.: —
Ivor William Garrett Horder-Despard (formerly Horder),
b. 1889. Seat — Lacca Manor, Queen's Co., Ireland.

HORDERN. Quarterly of thirty-five, i. party per pale
argent and azure, two bars, and in chief three mullets, within
a bordure engrailed all counterchanged (for Hordern) ; 2.
argent, two bendlets engrailed sable, a canton gules (for
Radcliffe) ; 3. ermine, three bars vert, a canton gules
(for Fazakerley) ; 4. gules, a cross engrailed between four
lozenges argent, each charged with an ermine spot (for
Leigh) ; 5. argent, on a bend engrailed sable, three
fieurs-de-lys of the field (for Holt) ; 6. argent, three boars
passant, each holding in its mouth a l)one all sable (tor
Grizzlehurst) ; 7. or, a chevron sable, between three touers
triple-towered gules (for .Sonipter) ; 8. or, a chevron be-
tween ten cross crosslets, six and four, gules (for Brock-
holes) ; 9. vair^e, argent and sable, a bend gules (for
Manchester) ; lo. argent, three water bougets-gules (for
Roos) ; II. gules, three Catherine - wheels argent (for
Espec) ; 12. azure, a catherine-wheel or (for Trusbut) ;
13. azure, a cross pat6e or, and in chief a label of five
points throughout argent (for Trusbut) ; 14. argent, a
fesse dancett^e gules, between three water-bougeis sable
(for Trusbm) ; 15. gules, two bars or (for Harcourt) ;
16. quarterly, gules and vair^e or and vert, over all a
bend argent (for Peverel) ; 17. or, two chevronels within
a bordure gules (for .Albini) ; 18. gules, an eagle displayed
within a bordure argent (for Toni) ; 19. ermine, a fesse
dancett^e gules (for Asheldam) ; 20. ermine, on a chief
indented azure, three lions rampant or (for Orkesley) ;
21. argent, two chevronels gules, in chief a label of three
points throughout azure (for ) ; 22. sable, a cross

patonce or (fi;r .Abraham) ; 23. gules, a fesse or, between
three shovellers proper (for Herle) ; 24. gules, three es-
callops and a bordure engrailed argent (for Herle) ; 25.
vert, five birds argent (for Arvas) ; 26. party per pale
argent and gules, three towers triple-towered counter-
changed (for Prideaux) ; 27. argent, a cross patonce be-
tween four mullets sahle (for Salter) ; 28. chequy argent




and sable, a fesse vair^e of the first and gules (for Folkeroy,
through which family Mr. Hordern represents heiresses of
Le Baron, Champernon, Grave, de Cruce, and Crispin) ;
29. argent, a lion rampant gules, collared or (for Ashen-
don) ; 30. azure, a bend or, surmounted in chief of a
label of three points gules (for Carminow) ; 31. argent,
on a fesse sable, three chevronels palewise, points to the
dexter of the field (for Trenouth) ; 32. gules, a lion ram-

Faversham, J. P., Kent, b. 1835 ; d. 1915 ; m. 1859,
Emily Maria, d. of Thomas Henry Maudslay of Ban-
stead Park, in the county of Surrey : —
Lionel Herbert Hordern, Esq., O.B.E., Capt. R.N., b.
1861 ; m. 1890, Alice, d. of the late A. Davey, Esq., J. P.,
M.D., and has issue — Herle Maudslay Hordern, M.C.,
Capt. R.A., b. 1892 ; and Morna Alice Lisle. Estate —
Throwley House, nr. Faversham, co. Kent. Postal address

pant regardant argent, within eight acorns in orle or (for
Chenduit) ; 33. sable, a chevron ermine, between three
pairs of wings in lure and inverted argent (for Nanfant) ;
34. sable, a chevron between three wolves' heads erased
argent (for Wolvedon) ; 35. argent, a chevron between
three squirrels sejant gules (for Tresurthien). Crest, on
a wreath of the colours, a wyvern or, pierced through
the neck by an arrow fessewise. point to the sinister,
proper, and restiwig the dexter claw upon an escutcheon
gules, charged with a child's head couped at the neck
also proper. Motto — " Nabbap hig hordern ac God fett."
Sons of Herbert Hordern, Esq., of Throwley House,

Throwley House, Faversham. Club — United Service.

Radcliffe Hordern, Gentleman, b. 1862; m. Grace, d. ot
G. Nesbitt, and has issue— Herbert Radcliffe Hordern, Irish
Gds. (ret.), 6. 1895. /¥«.— Warrenton, Virginia, U.S.A.

Ven. Hugh Maudslay Hordern, Archdeacon of Lewes,
Preb. of Heathfield, Sussex, Proctor in Convocation 1924,
M.A. (Oxford), b. 1868 ; m. 1895, Edith Augusta, d. of John
Glas Sandeman of ArdiTiay, Arrochar, N.B., and has issue
• — Charles Hubert Hordern, Esq., Capt. 6oth Rifles, b.
1896 ; Edmund Gwyn Hordern, Esq., Flying Officer,
R.A.F., b. 1904 ; and Joan Edith. j'P^j.— Baldwyns, East
Grinstead, Sussex.




Brig. Gen. Gwyn Venables Hordern, 6oili Rifles (ret.),
C.B. , C.M.G., />. 1870; m. 1916, Lady Violet Elizabetli
Honeywood Milles, d. of 1st Earl of Sondes. 6Va/— Baug-
hurst House, Basingstoke.

HORE, formerly of Pole Hore (Vn. Wexford, 1618,
U.O. ). Argont, an eagle displayed azure. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours,
a demi-eagle azure. Motto — " Constanter." Livery —
Dark blue, with purple velvet facings.

Sons of Herbert Francis Hore, Esq., of Pole Hore,
J.P., 1^. 1817; d. 1865; m. 1839, Dorothea Lucietia,
d. of Col. Alexander vVhalley Light, 25th Regt.,oC
Lytes Carie, Somerset : —
Philip Herbert Hore, Esq., late of Pole Hore, and
late Capt. i8th Regt. R.L Wexford Mil., M.R.LA.,
b. 1841 ; m. 1885, Dorothy, yr. dau. of late Christopher
Feetum of Darlington and niece and adopted dau. of
James Campbell of Tarbut ; and has had issue — P'nilip
Christopher Stuart Hore, Gentleman, t. 1885 ; d. 1886.
Kes. — 121 Coleherne Court, S. Kensington, London, W.
Club — Junior Athenceum.
Walter Hore, Gentleman, b. 1843.

HORLICK of Cowley Manor (H. Coll., 1908). Argent,
a lion rampant, and on a chief gules, between two bulls'
heads caboshed, a garb of barley or. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of
a garb of barley or, a li:-n's head erased gules. Badge
— Three cornbills, the pendents interlaced gold, tongued
sable, alternated by nine ears of barley, in clusters of three,
and conjoined at the centre or. Motto — " Labore et

Sons of Sir James Horlick, ist Bart., J. P. and D.L.

Glos. (High Sheriff 1902), Lord of the Manor of

Cowley, b. 1844 ; d. 1921 ; m, 1873, Margaret Adelaide

{d. 1925), eld. d. ofWm. Burford of Leicester: —

Sir Ernest Burford Horlick, 2nd Bart. (18 July 1914),

Capi. R.F.C., i^. 18S0 ; m. 1903, Jettie, second d. of Colonel

Cunliffe Martin, C.B., of Cheltenham, and has issue —

Peter James Cunliffe Horlick, Esq., b. 1908 ; Roma

Ernestine \jn, 1923, Comdr. the Hon. Humphrey Legge,

D.S O. , and has issue] ; and Elizabeth Ann. Seat — Cowley

Manor, Cheltenham. Town res. — 27 Norfolk Street, Park

Lane, W. i. Clubs — Bath, Bucks. County.

Lt.-Col. James Nockells Horlick, O.B.E., M.C., M.P.
Gloucester City, Coldstream Gds. R.O., (^. 1886; m. 1912,
Flora Macdonald, d. of Col. Cunliffe Martin, C.B., and has
issue — John James Macdonald Horlick, Gentleman, b. 1922;
Rachel Katherine ; and Ursula Priscilla Marie Gabrielle.
Seats — Little Paddocks, Sunninghill, Berks. ; Greywalls,
Gullane, East Lothian. Zoww r«.— 93 Eaton Place, S.W
Clubs — Carlton, Guards', Bucks., Bath.

HORN of Woodcote, co. Midlothian (L.O., 1855)—
Azure, a fesse or, between two hunting-horns in chief of
the second and a bear's head erased in base argent, muzzled
sable. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest - On a
wreath of his liveries, a hunting-horn or, stringed azure.
Motto -" Monitus munitus." Livery — Claret, yellow and
black striped waistcoat.

Eld. surv. son of William Horn, Esq., J. P., M.A., of

Woodcote, Midlothian, b. 1849 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1880,

Anna Maria (Myra), second d. of John Macandrew,

Esq. , of Chanowry , co. Ross : —

John Reginald Horn, Gentleman, Malay Rifle Corps, b.

1885; m. 1927, May, d. of William Henry Hallat. Res. —

Malacca, Straits Settlements ; Woodcote Park, Blackshiels,

Midlothian. C/«i — Royal Automobile.

HORNBY of Dalton Hall (H. Coll.). Or, two chev-
ronels between three bugle-horns sable, stringed gules, on
a chief of the second, as many eagle's legs erased of the
first. Mantling sable and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of
the colours, a bugle-horn sable, stringed gules, garnished
or, within the string and surmounting the bugle a pheon
also sable. Motto — ' ' Crede cornu. "

Sons of Stanley Henry Edward Hornby, b. 1842; d.
1905 ; tn. Sarah Candlish: —
Windham Hornby, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Frederick Hornby, Gentleman, b. . Res. — Quarry

Brcok, Maghull, Liverpool.
George Hornby, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Son of Cecil Roughsedge Hornby, Gentleman, b. 1842 ;
d. 1921 ; m. Marian Lane : —
Cecil Geoffrey Hornby, Gentleman, b. 1883. Res. —

HORNBY of Ribby(H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron vert,
in base a bugle-horn stringed sable, on a chief of the second,
two bugle-horns of the field. Mantling vert and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a bugle-horn stringed
sable, and passing through the knot in fesse, an arrow point
towards the sinister, or. Motto — " Crede cornu."

Son of Henry Hugh Hornby, b. 1831 ; d. 1913; m.
1st, 1856, Sophia {d. 1884), d. of Thomas Haigh of
Elm Hall, Liverpool: —
Louis Henry Hornby, Gentleman, b. i860; w. 1887,

Caroline, d. of Cranston ; and has issue — Henry

Sylvester Hornby, Gentleman, *. 1888. Res. — Quarieston,
Rassaley Road, Newport, Mon.

Son of Edgar Christian Hornby, Gentleman, <?. 1863;
d. ; m. 1890, Eva Gertrude, d. of A. H.'

Lemonins: —
Alan He rnby, Esq., Capt. R.A., b. . Res. —

Sons of Stephen Langton Hornby, b. 1866; d. 1907 ;
m. Edith, d. of William Leary of Umtata : —
John Reginald Hornby, Gentleman, b. 1905.
Stephen Langton Hornby, Gentleman, b. 1908.

Son of Rev. Philip Dyson Hornby, .M.A. (Camb. ), b.
1867; d. 1906; m. 1900, Ethel, 'yst. d. of William
Leary of Umtata: —
Ronald Thomas Dyson Hornby, Gentleman, b. igoi.
Sons of Rev. Charles Edward Hornby, M.A., 'Vicar of
Ebrington, co. Gloucester, b. 1833; d. 1918 ; m. 1865,
Harriet Catherine, d. of late Rev. Henry Turton of
Betley, co. Stafford : —
Charles Harry St. John Hornby, Esq., High Sheriff of
CO. London 1906, b. 1867 ; m. 1898, Cicely Rachel Emily,
d. of Charles Barclay of the Manor House, liayford, Herts. ,
and has issue — Michael Charles St. John Hornby, Gentle-
man, b. 1899 [m. 1928, Nicolettc, twin d. of Captain the
Hon. Cyril Ward, ot Horton Court, Chipping Sodbury,
Gloucester]; Roger Antony Hornby, Gentleman, b. 1904;
Edward Meysey Hornby, Gentleman, b. 1908; Diana
Cicely Beatrice ; and Rosamund Mary. Res. — Chantmarle,
Dorset : Shelley House, Chelsea, S.W.3.

William Meysey Hornby, Gentleman, b. 1870; m. 1911,
Madeleine Anna, d. of late Charles Barclay of Manor
House, Bayford, Herts., and has issue — Miles Roger
Hornby, Gentleman, b. 1912; and 2 daus. Res. — Sand-
ford Place, Cobham, Surrey.

Sons of Rev. Robert Hornby, M.A., J. P., late Incum-
bent of Walton-le-Dale, and subsequently of Christ
Church, Rayston Hill, Shrewsbury,!^. 1804; d. 1879;
tn. 1830, Maria Leyland, d. of Sir William Feilden
Bart., M.P.:—
Robert Montague Hornby, Esq., Major in the Army, b.
1835; m. 1866, Lucy, d. of George Turner ; and has surv.
issue — (i) Montagu Leyland Hornby, Esq., C.B., C.M.G.,
D.S.O. , Brig.-Gen. Indian Army, J. P. Salop, served
Waziristan 1894-5, Tirah 1897-8, Uganda 1898-9, Somali-
land 1902-3, and Great War 1914-19, b. 1870 [m. 1902,
Harriet Millicent, elder d. of Major Corbett- Winder, late
52nd L.I.,of Vaynor Park, and has issue — 4 daus. {Res. —
Bank House, Ticklerton, Church Stretton, Salop. Clubs —
Army and Navy, Wellington)]; Alice; Lucy; and
Georgiana Lilla. Res. —

William St. John Sumner Hornby, Esq., Capt. R.N. ,
b. 1836; m. 1st, 1872, Isabella Margaret, yst. d. of Joseph
■Venables Lovett of Belmont; 2nd, 1892, Fanny, d. of
Samuel Ward. Res. —

Henry Wallace Hornby, Esq., b. 1848 ; rn. 1887, Cathe-
rine Isabella, d. of Rev. J. N. Baker. Res. —

Eld. son of William Henry Hornby, Esq., J. P., D.L.,

M.P. 1857-69, b. 1805; d. 1884; tn. 1 831, Margaret

Susannah, d. of Edward Birley of Kirkham : —

John Hornby. Gentleman, b. 1832; m. 1883. Rrn^e

Dixon, d. of Robert Yule of Southfield, Dunbar; and has,

with other issue — William Henry Hornby, Gentleman, b.

1885. Res. —

Son of Sir William Henry Hornby, ist Bart., J. P.,
D.L., M.P. b. 1841 ; d. 1928 ; tn. 1887, Letitia Grace,
d. of late Capt. 'William Raymond Browne, late 7th
Royal Fus. : —
Sir Henry Russell Hornby, 2nd Bart. (21 Feb. 1899),
late Lieut. Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeo. , b. 1888; tn.
1913, Dorothy, only d. of Major-Gen. Sir William Fry,
K.CV.O. , C!B. , and has issue— John Raymond Henry
Hornby, Esq., i5. 1918 ; and Jean Margaret. Res. — Barrow-
lough, Clitheroe.

Yngr. son of William Henry Hornby, Esq., J. P., D.L.
(see above) : —
Albert Neilson Hornby, Gentleman, b 1847; tn.




Ada Sarah, d. of late Herbert Ingram, M.P. ; and has,
with other issue — -Albert Henry Hornby, Gentleman, b.
. Res.—

Sons of Lt.-Col. John Frederick Hornby, late 12th
Lancers, h. 1846 ; d. 1909 ; »i. 1878, Mary Ellen, d. of
Charles Beck of The Corso, Rome : —
Christopher Hornby, Gentleman, Lieut. R.N. (let.), b.
1 880. Res. —

Charles Beck Hornby, Esq., D.S.O., Major Dragoon
Guards, served with Brit. E.\ped. Force 1914 (wounded,
ment. in desp.), and Great War 1914-19, j.P. Northumber-
land, b. 1883; m. 1914, Dorothy, d. of the late C. W.
Henderson. Res. — Anick Cottage, Hexham, Northumber-
John Walter Hornby, Gentleman, 12th Lancers, b. 1887.
Reginald Forte Hornby, Gentleman, 8th Hussars, b.

Sons of Ven. William Hornby, M.A., Archdeacon of

Lancaster, b. 1810 ; d. 1899; m. 2nd, 1844, Susan

Charlotte, d. of Admiral Sir Phipps Hornby, G.C. B. :—

Hugh Phipps Hornby, Esq., J.P. co. Lancaster, M..'\.

{Oxon.),b. 1849. Res.— St. Michael's, Garstang.

Ven. Phipps John Hornby, M., A. , Archdeacon of Lan-
caster, b. 1853 ; m. 1885, Agnes Eleanor, d. of E. H. Ley-
cester Penrhyn of East >heen ; and has had issue— (i ) Rev.
Leycester Hornby, M.C., Vicar of St. Michael's-on-Wyre,
Hon. C. F. served Great War (despatches),^. 1888; (2)
Geoffrey Phipps Hornby, Gentleman, b. 1890; killed in
action 1915 ; (3) William Hornby, Gentleman, />. 1893;
killed in action 1916; (4) Edward Windham Hornby,
Gentleman, b. 1895; Cecil Vere [m. C. H. May of The
Nook, Woking] ; and Kathleen [m. Capt. W. H. Hutton
of Beaconsfield]. Res. —St. Michael's-on-Wyre, Garstang.
William Starky Hornby, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; «/. 1898,
Anne Vida, d. of George Jones of West Derby ; and has
surv. issue— Margaret Ellinor ; and Isobel Anne. Res.— 6
Hayman's Green, West Derby, Liverpool.

HORNCASTLE (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend indented
sable, between two bugle-horns of the last, stringed vert,
a tower in bend of the field. Mantling sable and argent.

b. 1822 ;


J.P.,Governor of Christ's Hos. , first Mayor of Hackney,
Mem. of the Court of Common Council of the City of
London for the Ward of Cordwainer, had Order Crown
of Italy (R.L.), and Legion of Honour (R.L.). Viscount
of the Kingdom of Portugal, Knight Military Com-
mander of the Servian Orderof Takowa, Knight Alilitaty
Commander of the Order of the Concepcion of Our Ladv
of Villa Vicosa of Portugal, b. 1850; d. ; m. 1878,

Henrietta, d. of Richard Beckford Govey : —
Clyde Radcliffe Horncastle, Gentleman, b. 1880. Post,
add. —

HORNE (L.O.). Or, three bugle-homs stringed azure,
a bordure of the last. Mantling gules, doubled ermine.
Crest — A bugle-horn stringed azure. Supporters — On the
dexter, a gunner of the R.H.A. ; on the sinister, a private
of the Seaforth Highlanders, both in field service uniform
proper. Motto — " Monitus munitus."

Son of James Home of Stirkoke, co.

Maj. H.L.I., and Gordon Highlanders,

d. 1872 ; m. 1855 :—
Rt. Hon. Sir Heiury Sinclair Home, G.C.B.,
1st Baron Home (8 Oct. 191 9), of Stirkoke, CoL Comdt.
R.H.A., b.i86i im. 1897, Kate, d. of George McCorquodale
of Newton-le- Willows, Lanes., and widow of W. J. Black-
lock ; and has issue — Hon. Kate [m. 1923, Capt. Arthur
Hewson, M.C.Chestnut Troop, R.H.A. and has issue].
Seats — Stirkoke House, Wick, Caithness ; Priestwell
House, East Haddon, Northants. Clubs — Ranelagh,
Naval and Military, New (Edin.).

C.B.E., J.P. and D.L., Caithness-shire, Col. late Seaforth
Highlanders, served Great War 1914-19. Born, 1857,
being the eldest surv. son of the late Major James Home,
of Stirkoke, co. Caithness. Armorial bearings (L.O.
matric.)— Or, three bugle-horns stringed azure. Mantling
azure, doubled or. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a
bugle-horn stringed azure. Motto —" Monitus munitus."
Married, 1882, Marjorie, d. of the late George Miller
Cunningham, of Leithenhopes, Peebles-shire, and has
issue— I dau. Res. — Thuster, Wick, Caithness-shire.

^, HORNE (Arms confirmed 1666; Crest granted 1903;
Ped. H. Coll.). Argent, on a fesse between six bugle-
horns stringed sable, three roses of the field. Mantling

Crest — On a wreath of the colo\irs, ujjon a rock proper, the
battlements of a tower sable, surmounted by a bugle-horn
or, stringed vert. Motto — " Audaces fortuna juvat." Livery
— Dark green, with scarlet facings.

Only son of Walter Radchffe Horncastle, Viconde de,

sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
within a chaplet of roses argent, leaved vert, a bugle-horn
sable, stringed and garnished or. Motto — "Monitus

Son of William Home of Barnsley, by his wife Mary,

d. of John Fletcher of Barnsley : —

John Fletcher Home, Esq. , Lord of the Manor 01

Shelley, J.P. for the W. Riding of the co. of Yorks.,

and fcr the county borough of Barnsley, Mayor 1900-1902,

M.D. (St. And.). F.R.C.S. and F.R.S. (Edin.), b. 1848;


m. ist, 1876, Emily Fountain (</. 1882), d. of late
George Brown Forster of Leeds; and, 1885, Helen (rf.
1925), d. of late Joseph Mackrill of IJarton-on-Humber ;
and has had issue — Harold Forster Home, Esq.,
M.A., M.D.. B.Ch., of King's Coll., Camb.. L.R.C.P.,
M.R.C.S. (Eng.), D.P.H. (Leeds), Lt.-Col. (ret.)
R.A.M.C., T.D., b. 1879 \tn, \<)<yj , Inez Madeleine
Mary, eld. d. of the late Admiral George Edward
Richards, R.N. (retired), and has issue (y?«. — The
Poplars, BarnsleylJ; Beatrice Eudora [w. 1912, Arthur
Rowland Meek of Hornsea]; and (bv sec. mar.) Muriel
Irene (,/. 1926). Estate and Res.— S^€i\&y U^M, Hudders-

HORNER (H. Coll.). Sable, three talbots passant
argent. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath




of the colours, a talbot sejant argent, collared and lined or.
Motto — " Tyme tryeth troth."

Son of Rev. John Stuart Hippisley Horner of Mells
Park, Somerset, iJ. ; d. ; w. Sophia Gertrude,

d. of William Dickinson, M.P., of Kingweston : —
Sir John Francis Fortescue Horner, K.C.V.O. (1907),
P. and D.L. (High Sheriff 1885) Somerset, Commissioner
ofWoods and Forests 1895-1907, b. 1842 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1863,
Frances Jane, G.B.E., J.P., d. of William Graham, M.P.,
of Grosvenor Place ; and has had issue — Edward William
Horner, Esq., Barr.-at-Law, b. 1888; killed in action
1917 ; Mark George Horner, Esq., b. 1891; d. 1908;
Cecily Margaret \m. 1908, Hon. George Lambion] ; and
Katharine Frances \jn. 1907, Raymond .Asquith, Barr.-
at-Law (killed in action 1916)]. Seat — Mells Pa^k, Frome,
Somerset. Res. — Manor House, Mells, Somerset ; 16 Lower
Berkeley Street, W. Clubs — Brooks's, Athenaeum, United

HORNOR of Irstead, Norfolk (H. Coll.). Azure, on a
fesse ermine, between three talbots passant or, a castle
proper, impaling the arms of Fardcll, viz., azure, on a
bend ermine between in chief an unicorn's head erased,
and in base a lion rampant erminois. an open book
proper between two roses gules, barbed and seeded vert.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a \vreath argent
and azure, a talbot passant or, supporting with the

dexter paw a fasces in bend proper. Motto — "Tyme
tryeth troth."

Son of Charles Homor, of Irstead House, Norwich,

h. 1830; d. 1904; m. , Frances Sarah, d. of

Thomas Pratt of Norwich : —

Francis Homor, Esq., Sheriff of Norwich, co. Norfolk,

6.1859 ; m. 1887, Alice Lydia, d. of Rev. J. G. Fardell,

Rector of Banham, Norfolk, and has issue — MaJ. Francis

Harold Fardell Homor, M.C., I.A., h. 1888; Bassett

Fardell Homor, D.S.O., Lieut. Norfolk Regt., h. 1889

[m. 1920, Muriel, d. of Samuel Wainwright, of Norwich.

(^«.— Cotraan Road, Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich)];

Ronald Fortescue Homor, Gentleman, h. 1890. Res. —

The Lawns, Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich.


HORNYOLD. Armorial bearings (as recorded in the
College of Arms in England under the Royal Licence,
Feb. 1859, to him to assume the name and arms of
Hornyold) — Azure, on a bend embattled counter-embattled
argent, a wolf passant between two escallops sable. [Note.
— These arms were confirmed to John Hornyold, Auditor
of the Exchequer and Governor of Calais, by Thomas
Benholt, Clarenceux King of Arms, at the First Visitation
of CO. Worcester, 1536.] Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a demi-unicorn gules, armed, crined, and unguled or.
Motto — " Fidem tene."

Son of John Vincent Hornyold, Esq., Lord of the
Manor of Hanley Castle, co. Worcester, and first Lord
of the twelve Manors comprised in Malvern Chase
(confirmed by Act of Parliament 1807), J. P. and D.L.
(High Sheriff 1869), Marquis and Count Gandolfi of
the Genoese Republic (creation 1529), and Marquis of
Montcrescente and Melazzi of the Duchy of Mantua,
Count of Gazelli and Chiosanica in Liguria, only son
of late John Vincent Gandolfi (Marquis Gandolfi and

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