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Count of Gazelli), by his wife Theresa, d. of Thomas
Hornyold of Blackniore Park, b. 1818; d. 1902; m.
1846, Charlotte Mary, second d. of Hon. Charles
Langdale of Houghton Hall, co. York, third son of
the seventeenth Lord Stourton :—
Rev. Vincent Joseph Hornyold, in Holy Orders of the
Catholic Church.

Sen of .-Mfred Joseph Hornyold, a Knight of the Order

of Malta, /^. 1850; d. 1922 ; m. 1888, Alice, ygst. d. of

Mons. Jules de la Chere of Paris, and niece of Viscount

Llandaff : —

Henry Albert Hornyold, Esq., J.P. ,co. Westmorland,*.

1890; m. 1920, Hon. Mary, M.B.E., eld. d of Baron

Strickland, G.C.M.G., of Sizergh Castle, Westmorland,

and has issue— Thomas Hornyold, Gentleman, b. 1921 ;

and Edeline. Res. — Sizergh Lodge, Westmorland. Club

— Wellington.

HORRIDGE (H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron between in
chief two stringed bugle-horns gules, garnished or, and in
base a rose of the second, barbed and seeded proper.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a bull passant argent, collared and chained, with a
chain of roses reflexed over the back gules. Motto —
" Quaere verum."

Son of John Horridge of Bolton, m. , Margaret, d.

of Robert Sharpe Barlow of Bolton, Banker: —

Hon. Sir Thomas Gardner Horridge, Kt. Bach. (1910),
Judge of the High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division,
since igio, Barr.-at-Law (Middle Temple) 1884, K.C.
1901. M.P. East Manchester 1906-10, b. 1857 ; m. ist, iqoi,
Evelyne E. {d. 1920), d. of Melvill Sandys, late B.C.S. , of
Lanarth, Cornwall ; 2nd, 1921, May Ethel .\Iarkham (by
Deed Poll), widow of Alfred Isenburg, and d. of the late
Francis Pavy of Markham, Wroughton, Wilts. Res. — 13
Rutland Gate, S.W. C/«*^Reform.

HORROCKS (H. Coll., 1804). Or, a fret azure, on a
chief of the second a bee volant between two shuttles erect
of the field. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a w reath
of the colours, upon a rock, an eagle rising proper, from the
beak an escocheon pendent gules, charged with a hank of
cotton. Motto — " Industria et spe."

Sons of Arthur Horrocks of Adelaide, b. 1819 ; d. 1872 ;
jii. 1850, Ann lacobs of Woodlands : —
Eardlcy Horrocks, Gentleman, b. 1851. Res. —
Arthur John Horrocks, Gentleman, b. 1852. Res. —
William Crawford Horrocks, Gentleman, b. 1856; m.
1897, Catherine Johnstone of Adelaide. Res. —

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Charles Jeremiah Horrocks, Gentleman, b. 1858; m.

1882, Agnes Rebekah, d. of John Cherry; and has issue —
John Ainsworth Horrocks, Gentleman, l>. 1887; and
Daphne. Res. —

Sons of Charles Colville Horrocks, Lieut. 83rd Regt.,
b. 1844 ; d. 1897 ; w. i86g, Helen Alice, d. of W.
Morse Miller of Mullingar, Ireland : —

Cecil Colville Horrocks, Gentleman, b. 1879. Res. —

George Macintosh Horrocks, Gentleman, 1^. 1883. Res. —
Sons of John Horrocks, b. 1815 ; d. 1881 ; m. and,
1847, Isabella Sweirlein, who d. 1853; 3rd, ,

Maura Dimme: —

Arthur Wellesley Horrocks, Gentleman, Lieut. 94th
Thuringian Infantry, b. 1849; m. 1875, Anna, only child
of Professor Wolff of Berlin ; and has issue — Agnes Mil-
ward. Res. —

Harry Horrocks, Gentleman, b. 1880. Res. —

Sons of Charles Horrocks, b. ; d. 1885; m. 1845,

Amelia Elizabeth, d. of Peter Horrocks of Penwortham
Lodge : —

Leonard Brownlow Horrocks, Gentleman, b. 1851 ; m.

1883, Alice, d. of William Robert Edward Brown of Wel-
lington, N.Z. ; and has issue— (i) Lindsay Robert Brownlow
Horrocks, Gentleman, b. 1884; (2) Leonard Macintosh
Horrocks, Gentleman, b. 1885; (3) Henry Alexander
Horrocks, Gentleman, b. 1893; ^'^'^ ^^^° daus. Seat —
Penwortham Farm, Inglewood, Taranaki, New Zealand.

Bernard Macintosh Horrocks, Gentleman, b. 1863 ; m.
1888, Ethel Buchanan; and has issue — (i) Charles Hor-
rocks, Gentleman, b. 1888; (2) Leslie George Horrocks,
Gentleman, b. 1889; (3) Vivian Horrocks, Gentleman, b.
1891 ; and Katie. Res. — Beomond Farm, Inglewood, New
Plymouth; Taranaki, New Zealand.

HORRIDGE of Bolholt House (H. Coll.). Azure, a
chevron between in chief two lions rampant and in base a




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stag's head caboshed or. Mantling azure and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, an eagle displayed proper
between two attires or. Motto — " Constantia et spe."

Son of George Horridge, Gentleman of Elton Lodge,

Bury, b. 1825 ; d. 1907 ; m. 1857, Mary, d of John

Atherton of Adlington, Lanes. : —

John Horridge, Esq., J. P. and (1921) High Sheriff,

Anglesey,*. 1861 ; m. 1886, Sarah, d. of Walter Ashworth,

and has issue— Walter Horridge, Gentleman, b. 1887;

George Bertram Horidge, Gentleman, b. 1894; John

Leslie Horridge, Gentleman, b. 1896; and Mary. Seat—

Bolholt House, Bury. Res.—Y'la.s Llanfair, LlanfairpwU,

Anglesey.



HORSBRUGH-PORTER, see PORTER.

HORSEY, see DE HORSEY.

HORSFALL, see COOPER-HORSFALL.

HORSFALL of Hayfield (H. Coll., 1909). Gules, two
horses' heads in chief argent, bridled azure, and a rose in
base of the second, barbed and seeded proper. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, out
of a chaplet of roses argent, leaved vert, a horse's head
also argent. Motto — " Labor et honor."

SonofSir John Cousin Horsfall, ist Bt., J.P. W. Riding,
Alderman, and Chairman W. Riding C.C., b. 1846;
(/. 1920 ; tn. ist, 1870, Elizabeth Ann (</. 1887), d. of
James Hartley of Glasburn, Yorks. ; 2nd, 1889, Sarah
Emily, d. and co-h. of John Crossley Fawcett of
Greenfield, Brearley, Yorks.: —
Sir John Donald Horsfall, 2nd Bart. (1909) of Hayfield,
Glusburn, Yorks., High Sheriff of Yorks. 1927-28, b. 1891 ;
tn. 1 914, Henrietta, d. of William Musgrave of Shoe-
bridge House, Eastburn, and has issue — John Musgrave
Horsfall, Esq., and Donald Fawcett Horsfall, Esq.
(twins), b. 1915; Cedric Michael Horsfall, Esq., b. 1918 ;
and Patrick David Horsfall, Esq., b. 1921. 5«fl!^— Hay-
field, Glusburn, nr. Keighley, Yorks. Res. — Beanlands,
Crossbills, Keighley, Yorks. Clubs — Carlton, Junior
Constitutional.

HORSFORD ot Bosvatliick, Penryn (H. Coll., 6 July
1804). Vert, on a chevron per pale argent and or, between
three horses' heads erased of the second, three mullets




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pierced purpure. Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On

a wreath of the colours, a horse passant per pale argent

and sable, fording through water proper. Motto —

" Benigno numine." Livery — Chocolate, with red plush

breeches. |,'j!u

Only surv. son of Col. Thomas Moor Alphonse

Horsford, of Bosvathick, J.P. Cornwall, Dep. Warden

of the Stannaries since 1899, b. 1847 ; d. 1914 ; m.

1884, Ellen Ross, onlyd. of Gavin Miller of Glasgow : —

Douglas Moor Horsford, Gentleman, Lieut. Gren. Gds.

(S.R.), served Great War, b. 1895; m. 1919, Cora Grace

Graham, widow of Capt. Godfrey Lionel John Cavendish.

and widow of Joseph Alphonsus Horsford, M. R.C.S. ,

L.R.C.P., late of Long Melford, Suffolk, and has issue —

Corraleen Mary Moor. Seat — Bosvathick, Penryn, Cornwall.

HORSLEV-BERESFORD, Quarterly, i and 4,
argent, semee of cross crosslets fitchee, three fleurs-
de-lys within a bordure engrailed, all sable (for Beres-
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De la Poer), a mullet for difference. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — A dragon's head erased azure, transfixed
in the neck with a broken tilting-spear or, the point
broken ofif argent, transfixing the upper jaw, a mullet for
difference.

Sons of Rt. Hon. William Robert John Horsley-

Beresford, 3rd Baron Decies, Capt. G.G., b. i8n ;

d. 1893 ; m. i860, Catherine Anne (Res. — 241

Knightsbridge, S.VV.), d. of William Dent, of Short-

flatt Tower, Northumberland : —

Rt. Hon. John Graham Hope de la Poer Horsley-

Beresford, P.C, D.S.O., 5th Baron Decies (22 Dec. 181 2)

[Supporters — On either side an angel proper, vested argent,

crined and winged or, each holding in the exterior hand a

sword erect of the first, pommel and hilt gold, and charged

on the breast with a mullet for difference], 6. 1866; m.

191 1, Vivien, d. of George Jay Gould, of New York;

and has issue — Hon. Arthur George Marcus de la Poer

Horsley-Beresford, b. 1915 ; Hon. Eileen Vivien ; Hon.

Catherine Moya de la Poer. Seat — Lexlip Castle, co.

Kildare. Town res. — 22 Down Street, W. Clubs —

Cavalry, R.Y.S., Kildare Street (Dublin.)

Hon. WiUiam Arthur Horsley-Beresford, b. 1878 ;
m. ist, Florence (who obtained a divorce igig), d. of
G. L. Miller, of Providence, Rhode Island ; 2nd, 1919,
Laura, d. of Capt. St. John Coventry ; and has issue (by
ist marriage) — Charles William Marcus de la Poer
Horsley-Beresford, b. 1902 ; George Graham de la Poer
Horsley-Beresford, Esq., b, 1903 ; John Duncan de la
Poer Horsley-Beresford, Esq., b. 1904. Res. —
. Club — Junior Carlton.

HORTON, see ANSON-HORTON.

TheLate JOHN HENRYHORTON,Esq.,in the Com-
mission ot the Peace for co. Esse.x, Member of Comm. of
Lieutenancy for the City of London (High Sheriff co.
Essex 1909I, and Lord of the Manor of Middleton Cheney,
CO. .N'orthampton. Born June 18, 1842, being the elder
son and heir of John Henry KoUe, late of the City of
London, and of Park House, Upper Tooting, co. Surrey,
Merchant, deceased, by Mary n^e Palmer his wife ; and
grandson of Henry W^erner Kolle, also late of the City of
London, Merchant, deceased, and Elizabeth ru'e Horton
his wife, who was the eldest daughter of William Horton,
formerly of Leicester, and afterwards of Highbury Grove,
Ishngton, co. Middlesex, Lord of the Manor of \Iiddleton
Cheney aforesaid. Gentleman, deceased (descended of the
Family of Horton long settled at .Mowsley, co. Leicester),
and Elizabeth, ne'e Suffice, his wife, the only child and
heiress of Peter Suffice, late of Hoxton Square, co. Middle-
sex, Gentleman, deceased. By Royal Licence dated Nov.
II, 1869, Mr. Horton, in compliance with the will of his
grand-aunt Mary Ann Horton, late of Highbury Grove
aforesaid and of The Holt, Middleton Cheney aforesaid,
and Lady of the said Manor of Middleton Cheney, spinster,
deceased (being the fourth and youngest daughter of the
said William Horton and Elizabeth n^e Suffice his wife),
assumed and took the surname and arms of " Horton "
only, upon becoming entitled to her estates. [Cp. , further,
the Books of the Rnyal College of Arms, 18, D, 14, p. 217].
Armorial bearings— Arms are those of "Horton" only
and exclusively, namely : Per fesse azure and sable, a
stags head caboshed in base argent, and in chief three
roses argent. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet be-
fitting his degree, with a Mantling azure and argent ; and
for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front ot
a tilting-spear erect and two spears saltirewise or, a
dolphin naiant argent. Motto — " Perseverantia palmam
obtinebit. " [The Arms appertaining to " Suffice " (above
referred tol, though in no way borne or used by Mr. Horton,
are : Per pale or and gules, a chevron indented betwet-n
two mullets in cliief and a mascle in base, all counter-
changed.] LiveryiFuW dressi — Blue coat, with white collar
and cuffs, white waistcoat ; lundress)— Blue coat and trousers,
both piped with white. Married Ca.To\'.T\e, second daughter
of Edward Frith, late of West Hill, Wimbledon, co. Surrey,
deceased (first cousin of the late Lord Bramwell and of the
late Sir Frederick Bramwell, Bart., as also brother-in-law
of thelatter) ; and Died 7 June, 1924, leaving /ssu^ — William
Robert Horton, Gentleman, d. July 14, 1889; Amy Mary
[m. 1905. Frederick Toulmin Leeming. second son of the
late Robert Toulmin Leeming of Highgate, Kendal, co.
Westmorland, F.R.C.S.]; Helen Caroline [m. 1907, Maj.
Thomas Masters Usborne R.F.A. , eld. s. of Thomas
Usborne, Esq., of Writtle, Chelmsford, co. Essex, J. P.,



M.A. (Cantab.), M.P. for Chelmsford]; Margaret (</•
Jan. 19, 1884) ; and Maud Alice. 5m/— Mascalls, Brent-
wood, CO. Essex.

HORTON-SMITH. Quarterly, i and 4, argent, two
chevronels invected between two demi-gryphons couped
respecting each other in chief, and as many battleaxes
in saltire in base, all sable (for Smith) ; 2 and 3, gules,
a stag's head cabossed or, on a chief of the last, a rose of
the first between two thistles slipped and leaved proper
(for Horton). Mantling (for Smith) sable and argent ;
and (for Horton) gules and or. Crests — i. on a wreath
of the colours, in front of a mount vert, thereon a grey-
hound couchant proper, two battleaxes in saltire or
(for Smith) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, in front of
two claymores saltirewise proper, a spear erect argent,
the whole encircled by an antique crown or (for Horton) .




Mottoes (above the crests) — i. " Pret k tressailUr " (for
Smith) ; 2. " Haut on aspire " (for Horton). Livery —
White, or light drab coat, with black coUar and cuffs,
waistcoat striped white and black, black plush breeches
and white silk stockings, or black trousers with white
pipings ; silver buttons throughout.

Siurv. issue of Richard Horton Horton-Smith

(formerly Richard Horton Smith), Esq., K.C., and

formerly Q.C., M.A. and sometime Fellow of St.

John's College, Cambridge, a Master of the Bench,

Senior Trustee, and (1903) Treasurer of Lincoln's

Inn, b. 1831 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1864, Marilla, eldest dau.

of John Baily, Esq., Q.C., a Master of the Bench,

Lincoln's Inn, M.A., and Fellow of St. John's College,

Cambridge : —

Sir Percival Horton Horton-Smith-Hartley (formerly

Horton-Smith), Knt. Bach., C.V.O.,M.A., M.D., and late

Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, F.R.C.P. (Lond.),

Physician to the Brompton Hospital for Consumption

and Diseases of the Chest, and to St. Bartholomew's

Hospital, Member and late Hon. Secretary of the Council

of the King Edward Sanitoriiun, Midhurst, Major (ret.)

R.A.M.C.,ist London General Hospital, b. 1867 ; m. 1895,

Lucy Josephine, only dau. and heiress of the late Lieut. -

Col. Joseph Hartley, late of The Old Downs, Hartley,

Kent, and of Hartley Hill, Leeds, LL.D., Barrister-at-

Law, of the Inner Temple, J. P. Kent, and J. P. and D.L.

W.R. Yorks., assumed the additional surname of

Hartley Dec. 1904, under the will of the said Lt.-Col.

Joseph Hartley, and has issue — Percival Hubert Graham

Horton-Smith-Hartley, Esq., 6.1896 [m. 1923, MaryGrizel,

d. of Sir George Seaton Buchanan, C.B., M.D. ( Res.

— Eton College, Windsor)] ; and Audrey Gwendolen

[m. 1925, Eric Wornum, M.B., B.S. (Lond.), M.R.C.S.,

L.R.C.P.]. Res. — 19 Devonshire Street, Portland Place,

W. Cltib — Athenasum.

Lionel Graham Horton Horton-Smith, Gentleman,
F.S.A. (Scot.), M.A. and late Fellow of St. John's CoUege,
Cambridge, 13arrister-at-Law, of Lincoln's Iim, formerly
Member of the Joint Board of PreUminary Examiners
of the Four Inns of Court (1908), Joint Founder, and for



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a long period Joint Hon. Secretary and Hon. Treasurer
of the Imperial Maritime League, Member of the London
Scottish (14th Batt. County of London Regt.), and there-
tofore of the London Scottish (7th Middlesex) R.V., and
formerly also a Member of the C.U.R.V., Chief {1912-14)
of the Scottish Clans Association of London, sometime a
Vice-President of the London Perthshire Association,
and for nine years a Director of the Highland Society of
London, i. 1871 ; m. 1909, Nora Blanche, 4th dau. and
co-h. of the late William Edward Dorrington, Esq., some-
time Chairman of the Royal Exchange, Manchester, and
formerly Major 3rd Batt. Cheshire Regt., and has issue
— (i) David Alexander Graham Horton-Smith, Gentle-
man, b. 1910 ; (2) Iain Alasdair Graham Horton-Smith,
Gentleman, b. 1914 ; Jean Alison Graham ; and Mairi
MacAilpine Graham. Res. — 58 Clarendon Road, Holland
Park, W. Club — Athenaeum.

Ethel Marilla Horton, A.R.A.M. (1895), m. 1900,
Herbert Birkett, M.I.Mech.E., Consulting Engineer, and
has issue.

Edith Gwendolen Horton.

HORTON - SMITH - HARTLEY, see HORTON -
SMITH.

HORTON-STARKIE of WeUow (R.L. 1918, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a bend between six storks
sable (for Starkie) ; 2 and 3, gules, a lion rampant
argent charged on the shoulder with a boar's head
couped azure, a bordure engrailed of the second (for
Horton). Mantling sable and argent. Crests — i. on a
wreath of the colours, a stork proper (for Starkie) ; 2. on
a wreath of the colours, a red rose, seeded, barbed and
surrounded by two laurel branches all proper (for
Horton). Motto — " Pro lege et lege."

Son of Rev. George William Horton, M.A., Clerk in
Holy Orders, Vicar of Wellow, b. ; d. 1886 ;

m. , Arme Elizabeth, d. of Le Gendre Nicholas

Starkie, of Huntroyd, and Aston Hall, Lanes. : —
Rev. Le Gendre George Horton-Starkie, Clerk in Holy
Orders, Preb. of Wells Cathedral, assumed by R.L.,
1918, the surname and arms of Starkie, b. 1859 ;
m. 1 89 1, Mabel Augusta, d. of Rev. Frederick Fawkes, of
Farnley Hall, Yorks. ; and has issue. Res. — Wellow
Vicarage, nr. Bath. Clubs — Carlton, Oxford and Cam-
bridge.

HOSKYNS of Harewood. Per pale azure and gules,
a chevron between three lions rampant or. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — A lion's head erased or, with
flames of fire out of his mouth proper, crowned of the
first.

Only son of Rt. Rev. Sir Edwyn Hoskyns, 12th Bt.,

D.D. , Bishop of Southwell,*. 1851 ; d. 1925; ni. 1883,

Mary Constance, d. of the late Robert Benson of

Craven Hill Gardens, W. : —

Rev. Sir Edwyn Clement Hoskyns, 13th Bt. (18 Dec.

1676), M.C., M.A. (Cantab.), Fellow, Dean, and Librarian,

of C.C.C., Cambridge, Chaplain to the Forces, 1915-19,

b. 1884 ; m. 1922, Mary Trym, d. of the late Edwin

Budden, of Macclesfield ; and has issue — Chandos Wren

Hoskyns, Esq., b. 1923 ; John Chevallier Hoskyns, Esq.,

b. 1926 ; Benedict Leigh Hoskyns, Esq., b. 1928. Res. —

II Milllngton Road, Cambridge. Club — Oxford and

Cambridge.

Only son of Oswald Peyton Lathom Hoskyns,
Esq., Capt. and Bt.-Maj. Queen's Westminster
Rifles, b. 1883 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1913, Evelyn Mary,
d. of J. Blacklock, of Banbury : —
John Alexander Peyton Hoskyns, Gentleman, b. 1920,
Res. —

Eld. surv. son of Rear-Admiral Peyton Hoskyns,
C.M.G., M.V.O., 6. 1852; d. 1919; nt. 1882, Grace
MacDuff, d. of D. MacDuff Lathom :—
John Walter Hoskyns, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N.,
b. 1892 ; m. 1917, Magdalen Rose, d. of the late Peter
James D. Hawker, of Longparish House, Hants. ; and
has issue — Hungerford Robert Leo Hoskyns, Gentle-
man, 6. 192 1 ; and Rosemary Isabel Peyton.

Sixth son of Rev. Sir John Leigh Hoskyns, 9th Bt.,
b. 1817 ; d. 1911 ; w. 1846, Phyllis Emma, d. of the
late Sir John Strutt Peyton, K.C.H. :—
Yen. Benedict George Hoskyns, Archdcn. of Chiches-
ter since 1920, M.A. (Cantab.), b. 1856 ; m. 1893,
Dora Katherine, d. of the late H. W. Franklyn, of Shed-
field Lodge, Hants. ; and has issue — Chandos Benedict



Arden Hoskyns, Esq., Capt. Rifle Bde., Mil. Secretary at
Malta, b. 1895 [m. 1920, Joyce Austin, d. of Austin
Taylor, of The Croft, Henley-on-Thames ; and has issue
— John Leigh Austin Hungerford Hoskyns, Esq.,
b. 1927; and Benedicta Lucia] ; Diana Mary Katherine
[m. 1924, Sir Godfrey J. V. Thomas, loth Baronet,
K.C.V.O., C.S.L iq.v.); and has issue]. Res. —The
Residentiary, Chichester.

Son of Theophilus Bennet Hoskyns-Abrahall,
Barrister-at-Law, Commr. Court of Bankruptcy,
b. 1802 ; d. 1874 ; m. 1849, Helena, d. of Rev.
Henry Kingsmill, of Southampton : —
Bennet Hoskyns-Abrahall, Esq,, C.B.E., late Dir.
Investigation Branch, G.P.O., b. 1858 ; m. 1897,
Edith Louise, d. of Rev. Egerton Tapp, of 85 Elm Park
Gardens ; and has had issue — Bennet Edmund Hoskyns-
Abrahall, 2nd Lieut. R.G.A., b 1898 ; d. of wounds
received in action 19 18 ; Anthony Leigh Egerton
Hoskyns-Abrahall, Lieut. R.N., b. 1903; Andrew John
Chandos Hoskyns-Abrahall, Gentleman, b. 1905. Res. —
Grove Cottage, Donnington, Newbury, Berks. Club —
New Oxford and Cambridge.

Son of Chandos Hoskyns-Abrahall, Gentleman,

L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., b. 1859; d. 1899; m. 1892,

Gertrude, d. of J. Kearsley : —

Theo Hoskyns-Abrahall, Esq., Capt. (ret.) London

Regt., Administrative Officer N. Nigeria since 1921,

b. 1896 ; m. 1925, Clara Constance, d. of Lt.-Col. R. F.

Drury, C.B.E., of Wheathampstead ; and has issue —

I son ; I dau. Res. — Ilorin, N. Provinces, Nigeria.

HOSTE (H. Coll.). Azure, a bull's head caboshed argent,
winged and armed or, in chief a naval crown, pendent there-
from by a ribbon a representation of the gold medal given by
the Prince Regent to the first Baronet for his distinguished
conduct on Marcli 13, 1811, subscribed "Lissa." Mant-
ling azure and argent. Crests — i. of honourable aug-
mentation, out of a naval crown or, the rim encircled by a
branch of laurel proper, a dexter arm embowed, vested in
naval uniform, grasping a flagstaff, flowing therefrom a
flag inscribed " Cattaro " ; 2. two wings addorsed or.
Mottoes — " Fortitudine " ; " Fas est et ab hoste doceri " ;
" His coelum petimus."

Sons of Maj. -Gen. Dixon Edward Hoste, C.B., *. 1827;

d. 1905 ; m. (ist. ) 1854, Jane {d. 1855), d. of the Rev.

Jeremiah Burroughes of Lingwood Lodge, Norfolk ;

(2nd.) 1857, Mary, d. of Joseph Scott, Esq., of Colney

Hall, Norfolk :—

Dixon Arthur Hoste, Gentleman, 6. 1854. Ifes. —

William Hoste, Gentleman, B.A. , 6. i860. Post. add. —

Theodore Hamilton Hoste, Gentleman, formerly Lieut.

R. N., d. 1863. Res. — Almondbury Rectory, Huddersfield.

Rev. Charles Dixon Hoste, Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A.

(Camb.), ft. 1872. J?es. — The Rectory, Marlborough, Wilts.

HOTBLACK. Gules, a dolphin naiant argent, a chief
nebuly of the last, thereon three millrinds of the first.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, a millrind fessewise gules, thereon a dolphin
naiant argent. Motto — "Multa nocent."

Sons of Herbert Arthur Hotblack, Gentleman, of
Hove, d. 1857; d. 1899 ; m. 1885, Norah Constance, d.
of Harry Benjamin Candler ; —

Herbert Seymour Hotblack, Gentleman, Lieut, late
R.F.A. (T.A.), fi. 1887; m. 1919, May Willoby, d. of
T. Barter, of India ; and has issue — Herbert Derek Turner
Hotblack, Gentleman, fi. 1922 ; Vernon Seymour Hotblack,
Gentleman, b. 1924 ; and Sonia Willoby. Seat — Deakes
Manor, Cuckfield, Sussex. Clui — Garden.

Frank Atthill Hotblack, Gentleman, b. 1896. /?es. —

JOHN TURNER HOTBLACK, Gentleman, F.G.S.,
Lord of the Manor and Lay Rector of Surlingham, Patron
of the Rectories of Rockland St. Mary and Hellington.
Born March 15, 1848, being the eldest son of the late John
Hotblack, Esq., of Mountergate Street, Norwich, and Rock-
land St. Mary, Norfolk, a Justice of the Peace for the co. of
Norfolk, and also for the co. of the city of Norwich, Mayor
of Norwich 1884-85, by his wife Mary, dau. of John Turner
of Kenningham Hall, Mulbarton, Norfolk. Armorial
bearings — Gules, a dolphin naiant argent, a chief nebuiy
of the last, thereon three millrinds of the first. Mantling
gul^s and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
millrind fessewise gules, thereon a dolphin naiant argent.
Married, Aug. 9, 1877, Laura Elizabeth, dau. of Jacob
Finch of Swaffham, Norfolk; and has Issue — (i) John



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Hotblack, Gentleman, b. April 21, 1885 ; (2) Alan Hotblack,
Gentleman, b. Aug. 3, 1889; (3) Hugh Hotblack, Gentle-
man, i^. June 25, 1891; Laura Mary ; Maud; Kate; and
Doia. Estates — The Normans, Rockland St. Mary; Ken-
nini^ham Hall, Mulbarton ; Holverston Hall, Hellintjton ;
Sharps Hall, Horsford ; all in the co. of Norfolk. Postal
address — 89 Newmarket Road, Norwich.

HOTHAM. Barry of ten argent and azure, on a canton

or, a Cornish chough proper. Mantling azure and

argent. Crest — A demi-seaman, issuing from waves of

the sea, holding a sword erect proper, hilt and pommel

or, on his sinister arm a shield of the arms of Hotham.

Mottoes — " Lead on," and (over the crest) " Pro patria."

Sons of Henry Edward Hotham, Capt. Cameron-

ians, Scottish Rifles, h. 1855 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1896,

Ethel Lindsay [Res. — Dalton Hall, Beverley, Yorks.),

d. of CoUingwood Lindsay Wood, of Freeland : —

Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Frederick Hotham, 7th Baron

Hotham, of South Dalton, and Scorborough, Yorkshire,

in the peerage of Ireland (17 Mar. 1797), Bart, of

England (4 Jan. 1621) [Supporters — On either side a

sailor habited proper, each resting the exterior hand

on a cutlass, point downwards, all proper], Capt. G. Gds.,

b. 1899 ; s. his cousin 1923. Seats — The Hall, Dalton

Holme ; Scorborough Hall, Beverley. Clubs — Guards',

Carlton, Marlborough, Yorks.

Hon. Peter Hotham, Lieut. K.O.Y.L.L, b. 1904.