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escutcheons or, each charged with a lion rampant gules
(Vortigem, King of West Saxons) ; 7. as No. 3 (Beli
Mawr) ; 8. azure, a lion rampant argent within a bordure
argent semee of pellets (Caradoc Vraich Vras) ; 9. or,
on a pale azmre three crowns or, a bordure sable charged
with eight annulets or (Cadwallon, King of the Britons) ;
10. sable, three roses argent (Cunedda Vledigg, King of
North Wales) ; 11. sable, three spears erect in fesse argent



(Padam Peisrudd) ; 12. as No. 3 (Beh Mawr) ; 13. cirgent,
three boars' heads couped sable, tusked gules (Rhyn ap
Ednower) ; 14. or, a lion rampant regardant sable (Gwaeth
V'oyd, Lord of Powis) ; 15. azure, three crowns, two and
one.or (Gwryde, Prince of Powis and Cardigan) ; 16. as
No. 3 (Beli Mawr) ; 17. sable, a lion rampant argent
(Edwyn, Prince of Tegaul) ; 18. as No. 10 (Cunedda
Vledigg) ; 19. as No. 11 (Padam Peisrudd) ; 20. as No. 3
(Beli Mawr) ; 21. per pale or and azure, a Hon rampant
argent supporting a tree eradicated proper (Morfydd
verch ynyr) ; 22. per pale azure and sable, three fleur-
de-lys or {Ynyr, King of Gwent) ; 23. azure, a cross
pat6e fitchee or (Cadwalader, last King of the IJritons) ;
24. as No. 9 (Dadwallon, King of the Britons) ; 25. as
No. 10 (Cunedda Vledigg) ; 26. as No. 11 (Padarn
Peisrudd) ; 27. as No. 3 (Beli Mawr) ; 28. azure, a fesse
or between three horses' heads erased argent (Rees ap
Marchant) ; 29. azure, a cross couped engrailed between
four crowns or (Coel Godeboc, King of Britain) ; 30. as No.
3 (Beli Mawr) ; 31. azure, a lion cowed passant guardant
or (Llewellyn Aur Dorchog) ; 32. as No. 29 (Coel
Godeboc) ; 33. as No. 3 (Beli Mawr) ; 34. sable, a chevron
between three goats' heads erased or (Ithell Velyn of
Yale) ; 35. as No. 31 (Llewellyn Aur Dorchogg) ; 36. as
No. 29 (Coel Godeboc) ; 37. as No. 3 (Beli Mawr) ; 38. as
No. 34 (Ithell Velyn) ; 39. as No. 31 (Llewellyn Aur
Dorchogg) ; 40. as No. 29 (Coel Godeboc) ; 41. as No. 3
(Beli Mawr) ; 42. as No. i (Hughes). Mantling azure and
or.

Sons of Sir Alfred Hughes, gth Bart., h. 1825 ; d.
1898 ; m. 1851, Maria {d. 1913), d. of Col. John
Smith, of Elhngham Hall, Norfolk : —

Sir (Alfred) Collingwood Hughes, loth Bart., of East
Bergholt, Suffolk (17 July, 1773), J. P. and (1923) High
Sheriff, Suffolk, Lord of the Manors of Old Hall and
lUaries, iMajor Suffolk Vols., served Great War 1914-18
(despatches), h. 1S54 ; m. 1880, Elsie, d. of John John-
asson ; and has issue — Reginald Johnasson Hughes, Esq.,
b. 1882 ; Muriel Elsie [w. 1916, Capt. William Walker,
O.B.E., R.N. ; and has issue]. Sm/— The Lodge, East
Bergholt, Suffolk. C/jt6s— Windham, County (Ipswich).

Robert Heywood Hughes, Esq., h. 1865 ; m. 1894,
Edith Agnes, d. of C. B. Skiimer, of The Chantry,
Ipswich; and has issue — EUzabeth Mary \^m. 192 1, Sir
John James Shaw, Bart.. R.N. ; and has issue] ; Barbara
Frances [»!. 1918, Paul Long, Lieut. -Comdr. R.N. ; and
has issue [Res. — Park House, Eltham, Kent)] ; Joanne
Mary [m. 1923, Capt. R. H. Hahfax, R.N., of Kingsland
House, Shawford] ; Diana Margaret [mi. 1927, Sir George
Mowbray, Bt.]. Res. — Stowford Lodge, Ivybridge,
S. Devon.

Hubert Edgar Hughes, Esq., h. 1867; m. 1896, Mary
Charlotte, d. of Charles Harrison, of Whitmore, Becken-
ham ; and has issue — Richard Edgar Hughes, Esq.,
h. 1897; Alfred Marcus Hughes, Esq., h. 1900; Charles
Collingwood Hughes, h. 1907 ; Pamela Mary ; Evangeline
Gratiana ; Rosemary Sybil. v?«. — Flempton Rectory,
Bury St. Edmund s.



HUGHES of Aberystwyth (H. CoU.). Argent, four
lozenges conjoined in fesse sable, on a chief aziure a heart
or, inflamed proper, between two fleurs-de-lys of the field.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a talbot's head couped gules, collared argent,
holding in the mouth a torch inflamed proper. Motto —
" Ex corde charitas."

Eldest siurv. son of Hugh Hughes, Esq., Solicitor,

of Glyn Padarn, Kanbarnfawr, b. ; d. ;

m. : —

Arthur Johnson Hughes, Esq., Solicitor of the Supreme

Court of Judicature, Town Clerk of Aberystwyth, b.

b. . Res. — Cambrian Chambers, Terrace Road,

Aberystwyth.

HUGHES (H. Coll.). Azure, within two chevronels or,
between two mullets in chief and a horse rampant in base
argent, three tjezants and two fleurs-de-lys alternately of
the second. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, two horse-shoes azure, thereon a stag's head
erased or ; with the Motto, " Faber quisque fortuna; suae."

Son of Sir Edwin Hughes, b. 1832 ; d. 1904 ; m.

1853, Eleanor [d. 1870), d. of John Smith of Woolwich

Arsenal : —
Col. Edw.ird Talfourd Hughes, C.B., V.D., late Col.
comd". 2nd Kent. R.G..A. (Vols.), Solicitor, a Freeman, City

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of London, has the Order of Mercy, i. 1855 ; m. 1883,
Annie Sarah Gooch (d. 1922), d. of W. Smith ; and has
issue two daus. J?es.—s Little Heath, Charlton, S.E.7.

HUGHES (U.O.). Or, on a chevron sable, between
three griffins' heads erased gules, a fleur-de-lys between two
mullets pierced of the field. Mantling; sable and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a griffin's head erased
gules holding in the beak a fleur-de-lys or. Motto- —
" Verus amor patriae."

Sons of Sir Frederic Hughes, Knight, of Rosslare Fort

and Barntown House, co. Wexford, J. P. and D.L. ,

High Sheriff 1889, late Capt. 7th Madras Cavalry, and

Knight of the Royal Persian Order of the Lion and

Sun, F. R.G.S. , F. R. A.S. , by his second wife Theo-

dosia, d. of Edward James, of Swarland Park, co.

Northumberland : —

Frederic James Robert Hughes, Esq., Capt. R.A.S.C.,

formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. Royal Irish Regt. , served in S.

African Campaign, and Great War, fi. 1874 ; m. 1902, Annie

Margaret, d. of William Bolton of The Island, Kilmuck-

ridge, co. Wexford ; and has issue — Eva Frederica ; Violet

Theodosia ; and Mary Geraldine Nancy. Hes. — Levoka,

Courtown Harbour, Gorey, co. Wexford. C/«^ — Royal St.

George Yacht (Kingstown).

Walter Hastings Frederic Hughes, Esq., Lieut. 5th
Bombay Cavalry (Sindh Horse), late Midshipman R.N.,
and Capt. R.F.A., i. 1875.

M GEORGE PRINGLE HUGHES, Esquire, Justice ol
® the Peace, Deputy- Lieutenant, Fellow of the Royai
Geographical Society, High Sheriff for the county of North-
umberland 1890-1891. Born 1833, being the eldest son of
George Hughes Hughes, Esquire, Justice of the Peace,
by his wife Margaret, daughter of W. A. Dunn. Ar-
morial bearings — He bears for Arms : Per bend azure
and gules, on a bend indented between two demi-lions
couped argent, a rose of the second between two fleurs-
de-lys of the first. Upon the escutcheon is placed a
helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling azure and
argent ; and for his Crest, on a wreath of the colours,
on a mount vert between two wings azure, a stork argent,
beaked and legged gules. Livery — Green, with light
yellow facings. Estate and postal address — Middleton
Hall, Wooler, Northumberland. Clubs — Northumber-
land, Northern Counties.

HUGHES of Kinmel Park (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i. and
iiii., gules, two lions passant in pale argent, in chief a rose
of the second, barbed vert [for Hughes (Madog ab Madog
Goch, fourteenth century)] ; ii. , gules, three lions passant in
pale argent [earlier paternal coat (Gruffydd ab Cynan,
King of Wales 1079-1136)]; iii., or, a lion passant guar-
dant gules [earliest paternal coat (Roderick the Great or
Rodri Mawr, King of all Wales 843-877)]. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest (granted by Sir Richard St. George,
Norroy, August 28, 1620) — Out of a coronet or, ademi-lion
argent, holding between the paws a rose gules, barbed,
slipped and leaved vert. Motto — " Heb Dduw heb ddim,
Duw a digon." Livery — Dress: White coat, with black
silk wigbag attached ; silver buttons and aiguillettes ; red
waistcoat, with silver buttons ; red plush breeches, with
silver garters, and red silk stockings. Undress : Coat and
overalls dark grey ; red waistcoat, with silver buttons, and
drab greatcoat with red collar.

and and only surv. son of Hugh Robert Hughes, Esq. ,

Lord-Lieutenant of Flintshire, J. P. Denbighshire and

FHntshire (High Sheriff of Anglesey 1855), b. 1827;

d. 1911 ; m. 1853, Lady Florentia Emily [d. 1909),

secondd.ol HenryThonias, ist Earl of Ravensworth: —

Henry Bodvel Lewis Hughes, Esq., Lt.-Col, Royal

Anglesey Royal Engineers S. R. , served Great War 1914-

19, formerly Capt. in 14th Hussars, J. P. and D. L. , and

(1921) High Sheriff CO. Flint., and J. P. co. Denbigh, /^. 1864.

Seat — Kinmel Park, Abergele. Club — Naval and Military.

Mr. Hughes of Kinmel is entitled to t|he following

Achievement of Quarterings :— Quarterly of 80 : i. Hughes

(Madog ab Madog Goch); 2. Gruffydd ab Cynan; 3.

Rodri Mawr ; 4. Azure, a cross pat^e fitch^e or [for Conan

Tindaethwy (Cadwalladr Vendigaid)] ; 5. Gules, a chevron

between three roses argent, barbed and seeded proper (for

Meirig ab Dynwal) ; 6. Argent, a chevron between three

boars' heads couped sable [for Llewelyn ab lerworth

(Ednowain Bendew)]; 7. Or, a lion rampant regardant

sable (for Gwaithfoed Vawr) ; 8. Gules, three open crowns

or (for Gwrydor ab Caradoc) ; 9. Sable, a lion rampant



argent (for Ynyr ab Teithwalch); 10. Sable, three roses,
argent, barbed and seeded proper (for Cunedda Wledig) ;
II. Per pale azure and sable, three fleurs-de-lys or (for
Ynyr 6 Gwent) ; 12. Vert, a stag trippant argent, attired or
[for Mredydd ab Rhys Vychan (Llowarch Holbwrch)] ;
13. Gules, a lion rampant argent [for Heilin ab Cadfarch
(Marchweithian)] ; 14. Sable, a chevron between three
goats' heads erased or [for Madog ab levan ab Grono
(Ithel Felyn)] ; 15. Gules, a chevron ermine between three
Englishmen's heads in profile, couped proper [for Grono
ab Ednyfed (Ednyfed Vychan)]; 16. Ermine, a lion ram-
pant sable (for Hwfa ab Cynric ab Rhiwallon) ; 17. Per
bend sinister ermine and ermines, a lion rampant or (for
Tudor Trevor) ; 18. Sable, a lion rampant per fesse or and
argent, a bordure of the last senile of annulets sable (for
Lluddocha ab Caradoc) ; 19. Sable, a chevron between
three spear-heads argent, imbrued gules (for Caradoc
Vreichfras) ; 20. Argent, a dragon's head erased vert, hold-
ing in the mouth a sinister hand, couped at the wrist pro-
per (for King Pelinor) ; 21. Argent, a cross flory engrailed
sable, between four choughs proper [for Cynric ab Bleddyn
(Edwyn)]; 22. As 3 (for Rodri Mawr); 23. As 6 [for
Pyers of Bolles (Ednowain Bendew)] ; 24. Vert, three
eagles displayed in fesse or [for Robert ab Howell (Owen
Gwynedd)] ; 25. As 15 [for Llewelyn ab Grono Vychan
(Ednyfed Vychan)]; 26. As 12 [for Cynric Vychan
(Llowarch Holbwrch)]; 27. Ermine, a lion rampant and
a bordure azure [for Cynric ab Richard (Madog Voel of
Marchwiail)] ; 28. As 6 [for Hugh ab Cynric (Ednowain
Bendew)] ; 29. Argent, two foxes counter salient in saltire,
the dexter surmounted of the sinister gules [for Nicholas
ab Hugh Bowen Cadrod Hardd)]; 30. Gules, a chevron
between three lions rampant or [for Bodychen (Hwfa ab
Cynddelw)] ; 31. Sable, a chevron between three bulls'
heads caboshed argent (for Bulkeley) ; 32. Argent, a fesse
dancett^e gules (for Chedle) ; 33. Or, a bend azure (for Ver-
non) ; 34. Quarterly, argent and gules, a bend azure (for
Malbanke) ; 35. Sable, a cross form6e, and in canton sinister
an escallop argent (for Beconsall) ; 36. Argent, a chevron
and a demi-chevron sable, between three chaplets gules
(for Ashton) ; 37. As 30 [for Lewis (Hwfa ab Cynddelw)] ;
38. Argent, a chevron between three rooks, each with an
ermine spot in its beak sable [for Howell Goch ab lerworth
(Llowarch ab Bran)] ; 39. Argent, on a bend sable, three
leopards' faces of the field [for Llewelyn Gethin (Gweirydd
ab Rhys Goch)]; 40. As 5 (for lerworth ab Einion) ; 41.
Or, a falcon displayed azure (for Carwed ab Marchudd) ;
42. Gules, a Saracen's head affront^e, erased at the neck
proper, wreathed about the temples argent and azure (for
Marchudd ab Cynan) ; 43. Sable, a chevron between three
mullets argent (for Cynan) ; 44. Vert, three eagles displayed
in fesse within a bordure engrailed or [for Mredydd Benhir
(Howell ab Owen Gwynedd)], 45. As 38 [for David ab
lerworth (Llowarch ab Bran)]; 46. Gules, a chevron be-
tween three stags' heads caboshed argent, attired or (for
levan Llwyd) larddur] ; 47. Gules, a lion rampant regard-
ant or [Mredydd ab Maelgwyn (Cydwallon ab Madog ab
Idnerth)]; 48. Argent, three boars' heads couped sable,
armed or (for Cadwgan ab Elystan Glodrydd) ; 49. As 47
(for Elystan Glodrydd) ; 50. Azure, three crowns in pale or
[for Cyhylyn ab Ivor (Cadifor)]; 51. As 17 [for Gronwy
ab Tudor (Tudor Trevor)] ; 52. As 6 [for Rhun ab Edno-
wain (Ednowain Bendew)]; 53. As 27 [for Humphreys
(Sandif ab Elider ab Rhys Sais)] ; 54. Ermine, a lion ram-
pant azure (for Elider ab Rhys Sals) ; 55. As 17 (for Tudor
Trevor) ; 56. As 18 (Lluddocha ab Caradoc) ; 57. As 19
(for Caradoc Vreichfras) ; 58. Or, a lion rampant gules
[for Edward ab David ab Madog (Llewelyn ab Madog
Voel)] ; 59. Per pale gules and or, a hamoc in pale argent
between two lions rampant addorsed counterchanged ;
within the loop of the hanioc a roundel per pale counter-
changed (for Ithel ab Bleddyn ab Ithel Anwyl) ; 60. As 21
[for Roger Wyn (Madog Dhu to Edwyn)] ; 61. As 3 (for
Rodri Mawr) ; 62. As 39 [for Hughes of Porthllongdfl
(Gweirydd ab Rhys Goch)]; 63. As 12 [for Nicholas ab
Ellis (Llowarch Holbwrch)] ; 64. As 13 (for Heilin ab
Cadfarch ; 65. As 38 [for Michael ab Rhys Wyn (Llowarch
ab Bran)] ; 66. Argent, a lion rampant sable [for Howell
ab Mredydd (Mredydd ab Bleddyn ab Cynfyn)]; 67. Or,
a lion rampant gules (for Bleddyn ab Cynfyn)]; 68. Vert,
a lion rampant argent, the head and feet mantled gules
(for Gwerystan ab Gwaithfoed) ; 69. As 7 (for Gwaithfoed
Vawr) ; 70. As 8 (for Gwrydor ab Caradoc) ; 71. As 9 (for
Ynyr ab Teithwalch) ; 72. As 10 (for Cunedda Wledig) ;
73. As II (for Ynyr 6 Gwent); 74. Sable, three nags'
heads erased argent [for Caddell ab Brochwell (Brochwell



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Ysgithrog)] ; 75. Argent, three lions passant regardant in
pale gules (for Mredydd ab Owen) ; 76. Argent, a wolf
passant proper (for Cilin ab y Blaidd Rhudd) ; 77. Barry
of four, or and ermine (for Arglwydd y (ilyn, Cynghor 6
Werddon) ; 78. Argent, a chevron between three martlets
vert [for Philip ab Mredydd (Cadwallon ab Rhun)] ; 79.
Argent, a lion rampant sable [for Uafydd ab Howell (Owen
Brogentyn)]; 80. Gules, three chevronels argent [for
Dafydd ab Cwnws (lestyn ab Gwrgant)].



HUGHES (H. Coll.)- Per pale azure and gules, on a
chevron embattled counter-embattled ermine, between
three fleurs-de-lys argent, two swords chevronwise proper,
pommels and hilts or. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a sword
palewise point downwards proper, pommel and hilt or,
an arm in armour couped at the elbow and fessewise,
the hand in a gauntlet all proper, holding a fleur-de-lys
gules.

Only surv. son of Gen. Sir William Templer Hughes,
K.C.B. , by his second wife Georgiana Maria, dau. of
the Rev. William John Phillpotts, Archdeacon of
Cornwall : —
Ralph Buller Hughes- Buller, Esq., C.I.E., C.B.E. (q.v.).



MICHAEL JAMES HUGHES, Esquire, Lt.-Col.
(ret.), served Great War 1915-16, comdg. Inniskilling
Fusiliers, late Capt. 2nd Life Guards, Lord of the Manor
of Penketh. Born March 18, 1861, being the eldest son of
the late Michael Hughes, Esq., J. P., of Sherdley Hall, Lan-
caster, and of his wife Ellinor Mary, only dau. of Admiral
Campbell of Ardpatrick, Argyllshire. Armorial bearings




a demi-lion rampant .irgent, holding in the paws a rose
gules, slipped vert. Motto — " Heb Dduw heb ddim, Duw
a digon." Livery — Dress: white coat, red waistcoat and
breeches; undress: coat and overalls dark grey, black
buttons, red waistcoat, drab greatcoat, with red collar.
Married, Aug. i8, 1896, Edith Mary (</. 1922), youngest
dau. of the late Col. Brewster Macpherson of Belleville,
Inverness-shire, N.B. 5«a/j -Sherdley Hall, St. Helens,
Lancashire; Thornham Hall, Eye, Suffolk; Penketh Hall,
near Warrington. Club - Marlborough.



HUGHES (H. Coll., 6 Oct. 1898). Or, on a chevron
between three fleurs-de-lys and in the centre chief point a
rose all gule-;, a leopard's face between two roses of the
field. Mantling gules and or. Crest, on a wreath of the
colours, in front of a demi-lion or, holding between the




— Gules, two lions passant in pale, and in chief a rose
argent, in the dexter chief point a mullet for difference.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Out of a coronet or.



paws an eagle's head erased gules, a fleur-de-lis between
two roses of the last. Motto — "Semper meliora spero."

Sons of William Hughes, Gentleman, Fellow and

(1902-04) President of the Institute of Actuaries, b.

1839 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1872, Ann Hall, d. of John Smith,

of Lamb's Conduit Street, W.C. : —
Lancelot Hall Hughes, Gentleman, M.A. (Camb.), b.
1876. Res. — Froyle House, Folkestone. Club — New
Oxford and Cambridge.

Maurice Blackburn Hughes, Gentleman, M.A. (Camb.),
b. 1885 ; m. 1910, Mary Louisa, d. of Sherwood Mockett
of St. Peter's in 'Ihanet ; and has issue— William Sherwood
Philip Hughes, Gentleman, b. 1911. 7?«. — Hillside, West-
cott, nr. Dorking, Surrey.



HUGHES (H. Coll., 15 Nov. 1913). .\rgent, a falcon,
wings endorsed and inverted azure, armed and legged
gfules, belled and jessed or, between three spear-heads
sable. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a fox's head erased azure, holding in the
mouth a daffodil slipped and leaved proper. Motto —



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" Ni, heuir ai fedir." Livery — Dark blue, with light
cream facings.




Son of Thomas Hughes, of Holmwood, Anfield,
Lanes., m. Hannah Rowland, of Anglesey : —
Thomas Rowland Hughes, Esq., J. P., Liverpool and
Carnarvonshire, b. 1848; m. 1883, Margaret Montgomery,
d. of Adam Evans, of Machynlleth, Montgomery ; and
has issue — Hubert Idrian Rowland Hughes, Gentleman,
fc. 1890; Eira [w. Robert Shawley Lang, of East Won-
ford Lodge, Exeter]. Res.— Flas UUet, Sefton Gate.
Liverpool ; Plas lolyn, Conway. Clubs — Water Colour
Society, Athenaevun (Liverpool).

HUGHES of Sydney, Australia (H. Coll.). Gules, a
chevron between three lions rampant or, on a chief arched
argent two roses of the field. Mantling gules and or.




Sons of The Hon. John Hughes, M.L.C., of Rockleigh

Grange, North Sydney, Knight Commander oftheOrdei

of St. Gregory, Vice-President of the Executive Council

of N.S.W., and Representative of the Government in

the Legislative Council, d. 1857 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1884, Mary

Rose, d. cf Dr. 'James Charles Gilhooley of Sydney: —

John Hughes, Gentleman, B.A., LL.B. (Sydney), iJ. 1885.

James Charles Hughes, Gentleman, M.B., Ch. M.

(Sydney), d. 1886.

Bryan Desmond Hughes, Esq., M.C. , late Capt. Roy.
Dublin Fusiliers, /'. 1888 ; killed in action 1918.

Francis Hughes, Gentleman, formerly Australian Imperial
Forces, i. 1890.

Gilbert Noel Hughes, Gentleman, formerly Lieut. Roy.
Dublin Fusiliers, i. 1895.

Maurice Hughes, Gentleman, formerly Lieut. R.G.A. ,
d. 1897.

Son of John Hughes, Esq., K.C.S.G., J. P., of Kin-

coppal, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, N.S.W., d. 1825; d.

1885 ; m. 1856, Susan, d. of John Sharkey of Sydney

{d. 1907) :—

The Hon. Sir Thomas Hughes, Knt.-Bach. (1915),

M.L.C., first Lord Mayor of Sydney (1902-3, 1907-8), and

has held office four times, J. P., Knt.-Comdr. Order of St.

Gregory, Officer of Order of Polonia Restituta (Poland),

Officier de L'Instruclion Publique de France, Coun-




a

rose



Crest — On a wreath of the colours

charged on the shoulder with a r

holding between the forepaws a thunderbolt gules.

— " Fortiter et vigilanter."



ion rampant argent,

as in the arms, and

Motto



cillor of the Women's Coll. within the Univ. of Sydney,
6. 1863 ; m. 1887, Louisa, d. of Dr. James Charles Gilhooley
of Sydney; and has had issue — (i) Roger Forrest Hughes,
Esq., B. A., M.B.,Ch.M.(Sydney), late Capt. A. M.S. Austra-
lian Imperial Forces, d. 1890; killed in action 1916 [m.
Eileen, d. of M. E. Maher, Esq., J. P. ; and left issue];
(2) Geoffrey Forrest Hughes, Esq., M.C. A.F.C. (des-
patches twice), B.A., LL.B. (Sydney), Capt. R.A.F.,
d. 1895 ['"■ 1923. Margaret Eyre Sealy, d. of Rev. George
S. S. Vidal, Rector of Barnsley, Cirencester, and has issue].
Ris.—i6 Barrack Street, Sydney. C/w*— Australian
(Sydney).

RALPH BULLER HUGHES-BULLER, Esq., CLE.
(1908), C.B.E. (1918) (surname of Buller assumed only by
Deed-Poll 1901). Bom Feb. 28, 1871, being third but eldest
surviving son of the late General Sir William Templar
Hughes, K.C.B. , General in the Indian Army, and the only
surviving son by Sir William's first marriage with Katherine
Mary, dau. and coh. of Commander Thomas Wentworth
Buller, R.N. Armorial bearing's — Quarterly, i and 4, per
pale azure and gules, on a chevron embattled counter-
embattled ermine, between three fleurs-de-lys argent, two
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Hughes); 2 and 3, sable, on a cross argent, pierced of the
field, four eagles displayed of the first (for Buller). Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in
front of a sword palewise, point downwards proper, pommel
and hilt or, an arm in armour couped at the elbow and
fesseways, the hand in a gauntlet all proper, holding a
fleur-de-lys gules. Married, Jan. ii, 1898, Elizabeth,
youngest dau. of the late Very Rev. Norman MacLeod,
D.D., Dean of the Thistle and of the Chapel Royal; and
has Issue — Catherine Ann. Res. — 83 Iverna Court, W.8.
Clubs — Brooks's ; Roehampton.

HUGHES-D'AETH (R.L., 1808. H. Coll.). Sable, a
gryphon passant, wings elevated or, between three crescents
argent. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a grifhns head couped or, in the beak a
trefoil slipped vert.

Sons of Narbrough Hughes-D'Aeth, Esq., J. P., D. L.,
M.A., of Knowlton Court, b. \^'2'i\ d. 1886; m.
1857, Agnes Charlotte, only d. of Henry Knight : —

Henry Huglies-D'.^eth, Gentleman, b. i86i. Res. —

Reginald Hughes-DAeth, Esq., Capt. late The Buffs,
b. 1865; m. 1897, Lady Selina Marguerite Gathorne-Hardy,
d. of Earl Cranbrook ; and has issue — (i) John Reginald
Hughes-D'Aeth, Esq. , Lt.-Com. R.N., ;?. 1899 ; (2) James
Narbrough Hughes-D'Aeth, Flight-Lieut. R.A.F., b. 1901 ;
and Joan Marguerite \m. Capt. G. H. P. 'W^hitfield, Royal
Ulster Rifles]. Res. — Monkswell, Beaulieu, Hants.

Arthur Cloudesley Shovel Hughes D'Aeth, Esq., Rear-
Adm. (ret.), ^. 1875; m. 1903, Evelyn, d. of Col. W. E.
R. Kelly. Res. — Knowlton Lodge, Fleet, Hants.

HUGHES-HUGHES (R.L., 25 May 1825, H. Coll.).
Argent, on a pile engrailed azure, between two escallops
in fesse gules, a lion rampant of the field. Mantling azure




and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of

a staff raguly fessewise proper, and thereon a lion couchant

azure, holding between the paws an escallop as in the

arms, a tilting-spear erect or. Motto — "Semper vigilans."

Sons of William Hughes-Hughes, Esq., J. P. London,

Essex, Middlesex, and Westminster, D.L. Middlesex,

M.A. (Oxon.), Barrister-at-Law, /^. 1817; d. 1902; tn.

1845, Ellen, d. of Joseph Oldham of Stamford Hill: —

Montagu Edward Hughes-Hughes, Esq., J. P. London

and Essex, High Sheriff 1920, F.S. A. , b. 1853 ; m. ist, 1881,

Lydia Margaret (d. 1887), d. of John James Rowe of

Dinglefield, Liverpool; m. 2nd, 1902, Emily Ida [d. 1910),

d. of Seth Dixon of Harby Grange, Lines. ; and has had

issue — William Montagu Hughes-Hughes, Esq., temp.

Capt. Welsh Regt., M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1884 ; killed in action

1915; Lydia Edith; and Leslie Rosemary; m. 3rd, 1914,

Kathleen, d. of Walter Daniel Gorham, and has further

issue — Edward Essex Hughes-Hughes, Gentleman, i^. 1915 ;



William Augustus Hughes-Hughes, Gentleman, b. 1917.
Seat — l.eez Priory, Chelmsford, Essex. Res. — 31 Cumber-
land Terrace, Regent's Park. Club — Constitutional.

Augustus Hughes-Hughes, Gentleman, formerly Assistant
British Museum, /'. 1857 ; m. 1887, Ilona Carolina Augusta
de Bajza, and has surv. issue — Eustace Paul Augustus
de Bajza Hughes-Hughes, Gentleman, b. 1897 \m. 1923,
Mary 'Victoria, d. of G. F. Huntley, Mus. D. , and has issue
— Diana Ilona], Res. — 15 Washington House, Basil Street,
S.W.3.

Capt. Arthur Lindsay Hughes-Hughes, R.N., b. 1859.
Res.— 8 Northumberland Street, W.C.2.

HUGHES-HUNTER of Plas Coch (R. L. , 2 April 1904).