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Res. — Dalton Hall, Beverley, Yorks.

Hon. John David Hotham, Naval Cadet, b. 191 1.
Res. — Dalton Hall, Beverley, Yorks.

Son of John Beaumont Hotham, Esq., Clerk of the
House of Lords, B.A. (Camb.),^. 1874; d. 1924; m.
1905, Gladys Mary, d. of late Col. John Gerald Wilson,
C. B. , of Cl'iffe Hall, Yorks. :—
John David Durand Hotham, Esq., b. 1917. Seat —
Milne Grade, Coldstream, Berwickshire.

Son of Adm. of the Fleet Sir Charles Frederick

Hotham, G.C.B., G.C.V.O.. b. 1843; d. 1925; m.

1872, Margaret (d. 1918), d. of David Milne-Home of

Milne Graden, Berwickshire: —

Alan Geoffrey Hotham, Esq., CB., C.M.G., Rear-Adm.

R.N., A.D.C to King George since 1922, b. 1876. Kes. —

67 Eccleston Square, S.W.

HOTSON (L.O. 1893). Or, on a pale gules, endorsed
azure, a cinquefoil pierced ermine between two martlets
of the first. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest — Upon




b. 1844 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1876, Margaret Elliott, d. of

Andrew Ritchie of Edinburgh : —
Hon. John Ernest Buttery Hotson, C.S.I., O.B.E.,
V.D., LC.S., Member Executive Council of Bombay
since 1926, b. 1877 ; m. 1924, Mildred Alice, d. of the
late Arthur Bennett Steward, LC.S. Res. — Druinmore,
Malabar Hill, Bombay ; 4 Rothesay Terrace, Edinburgh.
Clubs — E.I. United Service ; University (Edinburgh) ;
Byculla (Bombay).

HO TUNG of Hong Kong (H. Coll.). Or, a ki lun,
or Chinese unicorn proper, between three torteaux.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, upon a mount vert, a spurrowel gules, between
six bamboos, three on either side, proper. Motto —
" From trial to triumph."

Son of Ho Siman, of , b. ; d.

m. : —

Sir Robert Ho Tung, Knt.-Bach. (1915), LL.D., J. P.,
and Merchant of Hong Kong, Knt. of Grace of the
Order of the Hosp. of St. John ot Jerusalem, 6. 1862 ; m.
1880, Margaret Mak ; and has issue — 2 sons ; 8 daus.
Res. — Idlewild, Seymour Road, Hong Kong.

HOUBLON. see ARCHER-HOUBLON.

HOUGH (H. Coll., 2 July 1923). Argent, a bend sable
between two spear-heads in chief, and a cockatrice in
base gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a wolf's head erased or, between
two spear heads gules. Motto — " Je n'oublieray pas."
Son of Sidney George Hough, b. 1863 i d- 1923 ;
tn. : —

C. W. Hough, Gentleman, b. 1896. Res. — Hydes,
Heybridge, Essex.

HOUGHTON (H. Coll., 7 Mar. 1918). Gules, in
chief three crosses fitch ee and in base an antique crown
or. Mantling gules and or. Crest — Issuant out of an




a wreath of his liveries, a dove proper, the dexter claw
resting upon a bezant. Motto — " In fide robur."

Onlv son of Hamilton Andrew Hotson, Esq., J. P.,



antique crown or, an eagle's leg erect proper, holding in
the claws a cross as in the arms. Motto — " Crux
suprema salus."

Eldest son of Rev. Canon Charles Adams Houghton,
M.A., Canon of Salisbury Cathedral, of 29 St.
Leonard's Road, Exeter, b. 1837 ; d. 1915 ; m. 1868,
Mary Josephine, d. of the late Rev. William Mayo,

M.A. :—
John Mayo Houghton, Gentleman, 6. 1870; m. 1905
Lucy Evelvn, d. 01 Rev. CanonEdward FiennesTrotman,
B.C.L., Vicar of -Marshfield, Glos., and has issue— John
Mayo Houghton, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; Robert Dyer
Houghton, Gentleman, b. 1912; Hester Trotman ; and
Margaret Cecilia. Res. — Bank House. Dawlish, Devon.



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HOUGHTON (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, sable,
three bars argent, in chief a roie or (for Houghton, conf
1584) ; sand 3, sable, a chevron, between thiee leopards,
faces or (for Wentworth). Mantling sable and or. Great
— A bull's head argent, attired 01 , charged with three bars
sable, and arose of thesecond. Motto — " Malgrelatort."

Second son of Rev. Arthur Houghton , b. 1824 ; d. 1906 ;

m. 1851, Ma garet Elizabeth Louisa, d. of John Folliot

Blandford, of Bruton Street, W.i. : —
Rev. Philip Houghton, Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A
(Cantab.), b. 1855 ; m. 1889, Eliza Ellen, d. of Rev. Alfied
Strawb idge, Vicar of St. Stephen's, Southwark ; and has
issue — Ralph Lawrence Houghton, Gentleman, b. 1892
[m. IQ26, Anabel, d. of the late George Marchant, of Oak
Park, Illinois, U.S.A., and has issue] ; Margaret Ellen [m.
1914, James Elder Mitchell, and has issue] ; and Clare
Philippa. Res. — The Vicarage, Icklesham, Sussex.

JAMES HAMILTON HOULDSWORTH, Esq., J.P.
and D.L. , of Coltness and Castlebank, Lanark. Born
1867, being the second but eldest surviving son of the late
James Houldsworth, Esq., of Coltness, J.P. and D.L. co.
Lanark (b. 1825, d. 1897), by his wife Katherine Jane, dau.
of Rev. H. W. M'Grath, Canon of Manchester. Armorial
bearings L(.0., 1816)— Ermine, the trunk of a tree in bend
raguly eradicated at the base proper, between three foxes'
heads erased gules. Mantling gules , doubled argent ;
and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a stag's
head erased gules, attired and collared or, the attires
banded with a hank of cotton argent. MottO — " Flecti
non frangi." Livery — Drab livery coat and red waist-
coat. Married, Oct. 1891, Albinia Mary, eldest dau.
of Rev. J. Filmer Sulivan ; and has Isst-ce — (i) James
Filmer Hamilton Houldsworth, Esq., Capt. (ret.) Gordon
Highlanders, b. -Aug. 29, 1892 ; (2) Henry Walter Houlds-
worth, Esq., Capt. Seaforth Highlanders, b. Jan. 28, 1896;
and Hilda Mary. Seats — Coltness, Wishaw, N.B. ; Castle-
bank, Lanark, N.B. ; Dallas Lodge, Forres, N.B. Town
residence — 35 Montague Square, W. Clubs — Cavalry, New
(Edinburgh), and Western (Glasgow).

HOULDSWORTH. Ermine, the trunk of a tree in
bend raguly, eradicated at the base proper, between three
foxes' heads erased gules. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a stags head erased
gules, attired and collared or, the attires banded with a
hank of cotton argent. Motto — " Flecti non frangi."

Sons of Sir William Henry Houldsworth, ist Bart.,
D.L. CO. Lanes., M.P. for the N.W. Division of Man-
chester, b. 1834; d. 1917; m. 1862, Elisabeth Graham,
dau. of Walter Crum of Thornliebank, co. Renfrew : —

Sir Henry Hamilton Houldsworth, 2nd Bart. (26 July
1887), late Major 4th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland High-
landers, M.A. Oxford, J. P., D.L. co. Ayr, b. 1867. Seat —
Coodham, Kilmarnock, co. Ayr. Town residence— (j Eaton
Square, S.W. Clubs — Wellington, Conservative.

William Thomas Reginald Houldsworth, Esq., late Col.
Ayrshire Yeo. Cav. , J.P. Essex and co. Ayr, D.L. co. Ayr,
b. 1874 ; m. 1899, Ethel Mary Alberta, d. of the late Capt.
T. C. D. Whitmore, D.L., of Orsett Hall, Essex, and has
issue — Reginald Douglas Henry Houldsworth, Gentleman,
Lieut. Ayrshire Yeo., i^. 1903 ; Walter William Whitmore
Houldsworth, Gentleman, b. 1906; and Evelyn Ethel
Edwina. Res. — Kirkbride, Maybole, Ayrshire. Clubs —
Cavalry ; Caledonian.

HOUSE (H. Coll.). Ermine, a chevron couped gules,
between in chief two grenades fired, and in base as many
sickles saltirewise proper. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath argent and gules, a horse forcene
argent, charged on the shoulder with a grenade as in the
arms. Motto — " Prospice."
Son of : —

Charles Henry House, Gentleman, h . Res. —

Privett Place, Gosport, Hants.

HOUSTON, see BLAKISTON-HOUSTON.

HOUSTOUN-BOSWALL (R.L., 15 Feb. 1847, H.
Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, argent, on a fesse sable, between
two thistles in chief and a garb in base proper, three
cinquefoils of the first (Boswall of Blackadder, L.O., 1784) ;
2 and 3, or, a chevron chequy sable and argent, between
three martlets of the second (Houstoun of Calderhall,



L.O. , 1799). Mantling gules, doubled argent; and for
Crests— I. a cubit arm grasping a sword proper (Boswall) ;
2. a sand-glass winged proper (Houston). Supporters
— On either side a greyhound proper, collared anu chained
or. Mottoes — Over the Boswall crest, " Fortiter " ; over
the Houston crest, " In time." Livery — Black and white.
Son of Sir George Lauderdale Houstoun-Boswall, 3rd
Bart., D.L. , Convener of Berv\ickshire C.C., late Capt.
Gren. Guards, b. 1847 ; d. 1908 ; m. 1877, Phoebe (d.
1904), d. of Sir Hugh Allen: —
Sir Thomas Randolph Houstoun-Boswall, 5th Bart.
(19 July 1836), Capt. late 3rd Batt. Royal Scots, b. 1882 ;
m. 1912, Edith Mary, d. of Jarvis Salter, of Wribbenhall,
Worcs., and has surv. issue — George Cleeton Houstoun-
Boswall, Esq., b. 1920; Pamela; Nanine ; Patricia Mary ;
and Elizabeth Flora. Res. — 7 Crescent Mansions, Elgin
Crescent, Notting Hill, W.ii.

Sons of Thomas Alford Houstoun-Boswall-Preston,

Esq., J.P. and D.L. co. Berwick, 1^. 1850; d. 1918;

m. 1883, Alice Mary (d. 1916), d. of William Cunard : —

Gordon Houstoun-Boswall-Preston, Gentleman, late

temp. Lieut. 1st Life Gds., (?. 1887; m. 1916, Daisy, d. of

Edward Copeland Waller ; and has issue — "Thomas

Houstoun-Bcswall-Preston, Gentleman, b. 1919. Res. —

The Paddocks, Portslade, Sussex.

Alistair Houstoun-Boswall-Preston, Esq., C.B.E., Hon.
Capt. R.A.S.C.,-^. 1888.

Sons of Alfred Houstoun-Boswall, Esq., J.P. co. North-
umberland, b. 1854; d. 1920; m. 1891, Emmeline
Charlotte Frances, d. of Capt. R. H. de Winton ot
Graftonbury, Hereford: —
William Evelyn Houstoun-Boswall, Esq., M.C., 2nd Sec.
Diplomatic Service, Capt. R.O., late Black Watch, b. 1892 ;
m. 1921, Margaret Dorothy, d. of George Anson Byron,
M.A., of Admiralty House, Lewes, Sussex, and has issue —
Diana Mary. Club — Arthur's.

Charles Houstoun-Boswall, Gentleman, b. 1894. Clubs —
Cavalry, Naval and Military.

John Francis Houstoun-Boswall, Gentleman, b. 1895.
Club — Cavendish.

GEORGE LUDOVIC HOUSTOUN, Esquire, J.P.
and D.L. for co. Renfrew. Born Aug. 31, 1846, being
the eldest son of the late William Housioun, by his first
wife Marion Douglas, only surviving dau. of the late Colonel
Russell of Woodside. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1869) —
Or, a chevron chequy azure and argent, between three
martlets sable, beaked gules. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a sand-glass proper.
Motto — "In time." Married, 1903, Anne Douglas, d. of
Gen. Sir William Stirling, K.C. B. .S<ra/— Johnstone Castle,
Johnstone.

HOUSTOUN (L.O.). Or, a chevron chequy sable and
argent, between three martlets of the second, a bordure
engrailed gules. Mantling sable, doubled or. Crest —
On a wreath of his liveries, a sand-glass winged proper.
Motto—" In time."

Son of : —

Robert Henry Follett Houston, Gentleman, A.M.I.C.E.,
A.M.I.E.E., b. . Res.—

HOVELL-THURLOW-CUMMING-BRUCE (R.L.,
6 Aug. 1874). Quarterly, I. quarterly, i. or, asaltire gules, on
a chief of the last in the sinister chief point, a mullet of
the first, charged with a crescent of the second (Bruce);

2. azure, three garbs or (Gumming); 3. argent, on a
chevron cottised sable, three portcullises of the first
(Thurlow); 4. or, a cross sable (Hovell); II. the arms
of Hovell-Thurlow (R.L. 8 July 1814), viz. quarterly,
I and 4, the same arms of Thurlow ; 2 and 3, the same
arms of Hovell ; III. the same arms of Thurlow by male
descent (granted 1778); IV. the arms of Gumming- Bruce
of Roseisle (matric. L.O. , 1874), viz. quarterly, i and 4,
the same arms of Bruce ; 2 and 3, the same arms of
Gumming, and upon a canton over the said arms of
oumming-Bruce, the arms of Bruce, Earl of Elgin, viz.
or, a saltire and chief gules, on a canton argent, a lion
rampant azure. Mantling gules and or. Crests — i. on
a cap of maintenance, a dexter arm in armour proper,
the hand holding a sceptre or, and over it the motto,
"Fuimus" (Bruce); 2. on a wreath of the liveries, a
lion rampant or, holding in the dexter paw a dagger
proper, and over it the motto, "Courage" (Gumming);

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with a chain, pendent therefrom a portcullis argent and
over it the motto, " Justitias soror fides" (Thnrlow); 4.
a greyhound couchant or, collared and line reflcxcd over
the back sable (Hovell). MottO— " Quo fata vocant."

Son of the Rt. Hon. Thomas John Hovell-Thurlow-
Cumming-Bruce, 5th Baron Thurlow, P.C. , F.R.S.,
b. 1838; d. 1916; m. 1864, Lady Elma Bruce, d. of
the 8th Earl of Elgin, K.T.: -
Rev. the Rt. Hon. Charles Edward Hovell-Thurlow-
Cumming-Bruce, 6th Baron Thurlow (G.B. 12 June, 1792),
[Supporters — On either side a greyhound or, collared
and lined, refle.xed over the back sable], M.A. (Camb.) ;
b. 1869 ; in. 1909, Grace Catherine, only dau. of Rev.
Canon Henry Trotter of Barnet ; and has issue — Hon.
Henry Charles Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce. b. 1910;
Hon. Francis Edward Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce
b. 1912 ; Hon. James Roualeyn Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-
Bruce (twin), b. 1912 ; Hon. Alexander Pascoe Hovell-
Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce, b. 1917. Kes.—z Livingston
Drive North, Liverpool.

HOVELL (H. Coll.). Sable, a cross or, in the first and
fourth quarters a crescent of the last. Mantling sable and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a rhinoceros




head couped proper. Motto — " Fac recte et spera." Livery
— Dark blue, gilt buttons.

Son of Thomas Mark Hovell, Gentleman, F.R.C.S.,
Companion of the Order of the Crown (Germany), b.
10 Feb. 1853 ; d. 1925 ; m. 17 Jan. 1905, Hon. Margaret
Cecilia Bateman-Hanbury, d. of 2nd Lord Bateman : —
Elward Mark Hovell, b. 1906. Res.— ^7 Montagu
Square, London, W.i. C/z^i^— Conservative.

Sons of late Dennis De Berdt Hovell of Elstree, by
Mary his wife, d. of Abraham De Home of Lexden,
Essex : —
Robert De Berdt Hovell, Gentleman, b. 15 Dec. 1864.
Res.—

Denys De Berdt Hovell, Gentleman, b. 27 Jan. 1866;
m. ist, 20 Feb. 1895, Henrietta Margaret (d. 1898), d. of
Hubert Gray; 2nd, i Aug. i90i,Ada Maud Mary, d. of
late Francis John Henderson; and has issue — (i) Charles
De Berdt Hovell, Gentleman, b. 1903; (2) Arthur De Berdt
Hovell, Gentleman, 3. 1905; Esther Mary; Anna Blanch-
flower; and Ada Elizabeth. Res.—

Sons of late Charles Henry John Hovell, Esq., Brigade

Surgeon Lt. -Col., *. 1815 ; d. 1893; m. 1848, Sarah, d.

of Michael Becker : —

Charles Woodward Hovell, Gentleman, b. 1856. Res.—

Harry Kinnaird Hovell, Gentleman, *. 1862; m. 1888,

Mary Lilian, d. of Latham Osborne Beal ; and has issue.

Res.—



HOVENDEN of Gurteen (Confn. by Clarenceux 1585)
Chequy argent and sable, on a bend gules, three lions
heads erased or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On
a wreath of the colours, a salamander's head argent, out of
flames of fire proper. Motto — " Vis et Veritas."

Son of John Moore Hovenden (third son of Charles

Warner Hovenden), b. 1846; d. 1895; //;. ist, Susan

Sarah, eld. d. of Thomas Robinson : —
Henry Charles Hovenden, Gentleman, b. 1885. Seat —
Arless, Queen's Co. Res. —

Fourth son of Charles Warner Hovenden of Ballyle-

hane, b. 1817; d. 1889; m. 1839, Anne, ygst. d.

of Arthur Aylmer Hovenden, Esq., J. P., D.L., of

Ashfield Hall, Queen's Co. : —
Peirce Giles Hovenden, Gentleman, b. 1847; m. 1879,
Elizabeth, d. of James George; and has issue — Herbert
Hovenden, Gentleman, b. 1883; Florinda ; and Violet.
Res.—

HOW (H. Coll.). Azure, a fesse argent, sem^e of
escallops of the first, between three wolves' heads erased
of the second. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a wolfs head erased as in
the arms, charged with a fesse azure, thereon three
escallops argent. Motto — " Nonquo sed quo modo. "

Sons of Rt. Rev. William Walsham How, Bishop of

Wakefield, b. 1823 ; d. 1897 ; m. 1849, Frances

Anne Douglas : —

Frederick Douglas How, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxon. ), b.

1853; m, 1879, Edith Julia, 2nd d. of Canon William

Foxley Norris, M..A. Res. — The Uplands, Malvern Road,

Cheltenham. Club — New (Cheltenham).

Francis Ambrose Walsham How, Esq., Maj. (ret.),
b. 1870. Res. — The Larches, Droitwich.

Sons of Ven. Henry Walsham How, Archdeacon of

Halifax, 6. 1856 ; d. 1923 ; m. 1886, Katharine, d.

of Rev. William Hutchinson, Vicar of Blurton,

Stoke-on-Trent : —

Rev. William Henry Walsham How, Clerk in Holy

Orders, b. 1887; Vicar of SS. Mary and Johns Church,

Oxford. Res. — SS. Mary and John's Vicarage, Oxford.

Douglas Walsham How, Esq., Asst. Commr. Basuto-
land, late Capt. Basuto Mounted Police, 6. 1889 ; m. 1914,
Marion, d, of Sir James Macgregcr, C.M.G., and has
issue — Katharine Walsham ; and Diana Marion Walsham.
Res. — Qacha's Zele, Basutoland, S. Africa.
Robert Walsham How, Gentleman, h. 1891. Res. —
Sons of Thomas Maynard How, Gentleman, of
Nearwell. Shrewsbury, b. 1825; d. 1904; m. 1855,
Mary Louisa, d. of Rev. Charles Inge, of Benn Hill,
CO. Leicester : —
William Maynard How, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxford),
b. 1856. Res. — Nearwell, Shrewsbury.

Walter Wybergh How, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxford), b. 1861;
m. 1902, Elizabeth Dorothy, d. of Maj. -Gen. W. N, Waller,
of Farmington, Glos. ; and has issue : — Richard William
Walsham How, Gentleman, Lieut. R. E., &. 1903 ; Frederick
Walter How, Gentleman, b. 1906. Res.— 21 Merton
Street, Oxford.

Only surv. son of Charles Walsham How, Gentle-
man, b. 1857; d. 1925; m. 1896, Mabel Louisa, d.
of Frederick Chapman : —
Frederick Robert Wybergh How, Gentleman, Lieut.
8th Hussars, b. looo. Res. — The Vicarage House,
Chesterton, near Bicester.

HOWARD, see FITZALAN-HOWARD.

HOWARD. Quarterly, i. gules, a bend between six
cross crosslets fitchee argent, on the bend an escutch-
eon or, charged with a demi-lion rampant,pierced through
the mouth with an arrow, and within a double tressure
flory counterflory gules (for Howard); 2. gules, three
lions passant guardant in pale or, and a label of
three points argent (for Thomas de Brotherton, son
of Edward 1.) ; 3. chequy or and azure (for Warren) ;
4. gules, a lion rampant argent (for Mowbray) ; in
the centre of the four quarterings a crescent for
difference. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a
chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a lion statant
guardant, tail extended or, gorged with a ducal coronet
argent, and charged on the body with a crescent for
difference. Mottoes — " Nous maintiendrons " ; " Non
quo, sed quo raodo."

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b. 1877 ; d. 1917 ; m. 1914, Marguerite Hyde, d. of

Levi Zeigler Leiter, of Washington, U.S.A. : —

Rt. Hon. Charles Henry George Howard, 20th Earl

of Suffolk (21 July, 1603), and 13th Earl of Berkshire

(7 Feb., 1626), Viscount Andover, of Andover, Hants.

(23 Jan., 1921), Baron Howard, of Charlton, Wilts.

[Supporters — On either side a lion argent, each charged on

the shoulder with a crescent sable] ; b. 1906. Seat —

Charlton, Malmesbury, Wilts.

Hon. Cecil John Arthur Howard, b. 1908.
Hon. GrevUle Reginald Howard, b. 1909.

HOWARD. Quarterly of six : i. gules, on a bend,
between six cross crosslets fitch ee argent, an escutcheon
or, charged with a demi-lion rampant, pierced through
the mouth by an arrow, within a double tressure
fiory counterflory of the first, a mullet for difference
(for Howard) ; 2. gules, three lions passant guardant,
in pale or, in chief a label of three points argent (for
Brotherton) ; 3. chequy, or and azure (for Warren) ;
4. gules, a lion rampant argent, armed and langued
azure (for Mowbray) ; 5. gules, three escallops argent (for
Dacre) ; 6. barry of six, argent and azure, over aU three
chaplets gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a lion statant guardant,
the tail extended or, ducally gorged argent, a mullet
sable for difference. Supporters — On the dexter, a lion
argent, charged with a mullet sable for difference ; on
the sinister, a bull gules, armed, unguled, ducally gorged
and lined or. Motto — " Volo, non valeo."

Son of Rt. Hon. Charles James Stanley Howard,

10th Earl of CarUsle, b. 1867 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1894,

Rhoda Ankaret [Res. — 31 Onslow Square), d. of

Col. Paget L'Estrange, R.A. :—

Rt. Hon. George Josslyn L'Estrange Howard, nth

Earl of Carlisle (30 April, 1661), Viscount Howard, of

Morpeth, Northumberland, Baron Dacre of Gilsland,

sen. co-heir to Barony of Clifford, co-heir to Barony

of Greystock, Lieut.-Comm. (ret.) R.N., b. 1895 ; m.

iyi8, Hon. Bridget Hore-Ruthven, d. of gth Baron

Ruthven ; and has issue — Charles James Ruthven

Howard, commonly called Viscoimt Morpeth, b. 1923 ;

Lady Caroline Bridget Dare. Seat — Naworth Castle,

Carlisle. Town Res. — 6 Upper Belgrave Street, S.W.i.

HOWARD (H. Coll.). Quarterly, gules, on a bend
between six cross crosslets fitch^e argent, an escocheon or.
charged with a demi-lion rampant, pierced through the
mouth with an arrow, within a double tressure flory
counterflory (Howard) ; 2. gules, three lions passant
guardant in pale or, charged with a label in chief argent
(Brotherton) ; 3. chequy or and azuze (Warren) ; 4. gules,
a lion rampant argent (Mowbray), the whole charged with
a mullet for difference. Mantling gules and argent. Crest
— On a chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a lion statant
guardant, tail extended or, gorged with a ducal coronet
argent charged with a mullet sable. Motto — "Virtus
mille scuta." Livery — Dark coat, with scarlet facings,
edged with Howard lace, scarlet vest, and black trousers.

Sons of Capt. the Hon. Frederick Charles Howard, b.

1840 ; d. 1893; m. 1871, Lady Constance Eleanore, d.

of nth Earl of Winchilsea : —
Rt. Hon. Gordon Frederick Henry Charles Howard, 5th
Earl of Effingham (27 Jan. , 1837), 14th Baron Howard, of
Effingham, Surrey (n Mar., 1554. [Supporters — On either
side a lion argent, each charged on the shoulder with a
mullet sable for difference], b. 1873; s. his uncle 1927;
m. ist, 1904, Rosamond Margaret (who obtained a divorce
1914), d. of the late Edward Harrison Hudson, of Scar-
borough ; and has issue — Mowbray Henry Gordon Howard
(commonly called Lord Howard), b. 1905; Hon. John
Algernon Frederick Charles Howard, b. 1907 ; m. 2nd,
1924, Madeleine, d. of William Foshay, of U.S.A.
Seats — Tusmore Park, Bicester, co. Oxford; Thundercliffe
Grange, Rotherham, Yorks. Res. — New York.

Capt. Algernon George Mowbray Frederick Howard,
M.C., late 3rd Batt. R, Lanes. Regt., b. 1874. Clubs—
While's; Turf (Calcutta.)

HOWARD of Bedford (H. Coll.). Or, a chevron between
two garbs in chief, and a tower in base gules. Mantling'
gules and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours,
issuant from the battlements of a tower or, a demi-eagle
displayed sable, holding in the beak an ear of wheat, leaved
and slipped gold. MottO — " Progress with prudence."



Son of Sir Frederick Howard, Kt. Bach. (1895), D.L.,

J. P., Bedford and Bedfordshire, b. 'iii'j ; d. 1915 ; m-

Elizabeth (d. igoi), d. of Thomas Street of Harrow.

den : —

John Howard, Esq., High Sheriff of Bedfordshire

1912, b. 1856 ; 7n. 1888, Carlotta, d. of late Thomas Drysdale

of Mossley Hill, Liverpool; and has issue — i son; 2

daus. Res. — Clapliam Park, Beds. Club — Union.

Only son of John Howard Howard, Gentleman, of
Clapham Park : —
Douglas Frederick Howard, Esq., M.C., 2nd Sec.
Diplomatic Service, b. 1897. Res. — The British Embassy,
Rome. Club — Travellers'.

HOWARD of Long Sutton (H. Coll.). Azuie, on a
bend engrailed between two cross crosslets fitch^e or, a
woad plant in flower proper between two annulets of the
field. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a mill-rind fessewise sable, thereon a lion
statant guardant per pale or and azure. Motto — " Sola
virtus invicta." Livery — Blue, with gold facings.

Sons of Adderley Howard, Esq., J. P. and D.L. o!"
Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, b. 1794; d. 1874; m. 1840,
Mary Jane, d. of Peregrine Curtois: —

Fitzalan Howard, Esq., J. P. Lines. (Parts of Holland),
High Sheriff 1 910-1 1, i^. 1844; m. 1870, Edith, third d. of
William Thacker ; and has issue — (i) William Fitzalan
Howard, Esq., J. P., Lines. (Parts of Holland), b. 1871 \m.
1916, d. of H.Johnson, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, of

Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn; and has issue: — i son; i
dau. (Res. — 18 The Terrace, Spalding, Lines.)] ; Arthur
Curtois Howard, Gentleman, b. 1875 [and has issue: — i
son, I dau. [Res. — Paignton, S. r)evon)]; John Curtois
Howard, Esq., Solicitor-Gen. for Nigeria, b. 1887 \m.
191 2, Norah Carey, d. of Capt. John Gould Laker, late
R.l.M,, and has issue — i son; 3 daus. {Res. — Lagos,
Nigeria)] ; and Edith Katherine Curtois. Estates —
Hannah-cum-Hognaby, Whaplode, and Long Sutton,
Lines. Res. — Holyrood House, Spalding, Lines.

Rev. Herbert Rowland Howard, b. 1848 ; m. and has
issue — 4 daus. Res. — Twyftrd House. St. Albans.