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wreath of the colours, upon a rock proper, a cross botony
argent charged with five pellets (for Humphreys).
Mottoes — " Nunquam non paratus " (for Johnstone) ;
" Homme vrai aime son pays " (for Humphreys).

Only son of James Boorman Johnstone, of New York,

and IsUp, Long Island, U.S.A., b. 1822 ; d. 1887 ;

m. 1853, Mary Hoppin, d. of May Humphreys, of

Philadelphia : —
John Humphreys- Johnstone, Gentleman, Chevalier
of the Legion of Honour, w. 1899, Anne, d. of M.
Lazarus, of Newport. Rhode Island; and New York.
Sea<— Palazzo Contarini dal Zaffo, Madonna del Orto,
Venice, Italy. C/ui — Caledonian.

HUMPHREYS-OWEN (R.L. 1876, H. Coll. I. Sable,
a tilting-spear erect or, the head proper, imbrued gules,
between three scaling-ladders argent, on a chief ermine, a
fort triple-towered of the third. Mantling sable and or.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a wolf salient proper,
supporting a scaling-ladder argent. MottO — "Toraf cyn
plvgaf." Livery— B\ue and siWer.

Only son of Arthur Charles Humphreys-Owen, Esq.,
T.P., D.L.. M.P., fi. 1836; d. 1905; m. 1874, Maria,
eld. d. of the late James'Russell, Esq., Q.C. :—
Arthur Erskine Owen Humphreys-Owen, Esq., J. P.,



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Major late R. Welch Fusiliers ; Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's
Inn, Hon. Attache Stockholm since 1903, d. 1876 ; m. 1907,
Isabella, d. of Sir Edward Sassoon, Bart. ; and has issue :
Stephen Patrick Francis Humphreys-Owen, Gentleman, d.
1908 ; and Elizabeth. Seat — Glansevern, Berriew, co.
Nfontgomery.

HUMPHRIES of Worcestershire (H. Coll.). Argent, a
lion passant guardant sable, on a chief arched of the second,
a pale or between two bezants. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, two legs in armour em-



Royal Agricultural Society. Arms — ^Argent, a lion passant
guardant sable, on a chief arched of the second, a pale or
between two bezants. Crest — Two legs in armour em-
bowed and couped at the thigh proper, heels upwards and
addorsed. Motto — " Inveniam viam aut faciam."





bowed and couped at the thigh proper, heels upwards and
addorsed. Motto— " Inveniam viam aut faciam." Badge
— A stork regardant, wings elevated and inverted proper
within an annulet gules. Livery — Black, with silver
facings.

Sons of John Humphries, late of Blakebrook House,
Worcestershire, h. 1824; d. 1901 ; ni. 1855, Hannah,
d. of George Collier of Halifax : —

Sydney Sidney- Humphries, Gentleman [q.v.).

James Percival Percival-Humphries, Gentleman,/^. 1867;
VI. 1892, Catherine Isabella, ygst. d. of the late Robert
William Rankine, Esq., J. P. co. Fife, of Cunnoquhie,
Fife, and 4 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh ; and has issue — •
(i) Robert Percival Percival-Humphries, Gentleman, b.
i893[«;. 1919, Kathleen Victoria May, d. of George Stewart
Clements ; and has issue — James Vesey Percival-Humphries,
Gentleman, b. 1920] ; (2) Gerard Norman Percival-Hum-
phries, Gentleman, h. 1897 \rn. 1927, Dorothy, d. of
R. A. Reay-Nadin, of Sutton Coldfield]. 5^a/— Great-
field Hall, nr. Kidderminster, Worcestershire. Clubs—
Ranelagh, Royal Automobile, Worcestershire Golf, Royal
Cromer Golf, Elie (Fife) Golf.

SYDNEY SIDNEY-HUMPHRIES, late ot Bohun
Court, CO. Worcester. Born August 7, 1862. Married
27 April, 1894, Marie Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert
William Rankine, J. P., late of Cunnoquhie, Fifeshire; and
4 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh. Mr. Sidney-Humphries, who
took the additional surname of Sidney in 1920, is 4th son of
the late John Humphries, of Blakebrook House, Worcester-
shire, by Hannah, his 2nd wife, daughter of George Collier,
of Halifax. He purchased the Bohun Court Estate from
the Right Revd. Huyshe Yeatman-Biggs, at one time
Bishop of Southwark ; then of Worcester ; and late of
Coventry, in 1920. Mr. Sidney-Humphries is a member of
Ranelagh (he gave the Ranelagh Subalterns' Gold Challenge
Cup, for Polo, in 1912) ; Phyllis Court, Henley-on-Thames ;
the Worcestershire County Club ; and the New Club,
Cheltenham. He is also a Life-Member of the Worcester-
shire Historical and Archaeolgical Societies ; and a Life
Member of the London Library ; and a member of th e



Badges — ist : A stork regardant, wings elevated and in-
verted proper, within an annulet gules ; 2nd : On a pellet
surmounted and encircled by an annulet or, inscribed with
theljmotto, " Le pass6 ne meurt jamais," sable, the letter




"H" ensigned with a lion passant guardant gold, armed
and langued argent. This badge was first used at Lamport
Hall, Northamptonshire. 3rd ; On a roundel per fesse
indented azure and argent, a lion passant guardant in chief
or, and in base a rose gules, barbed and seeded proper, the
whole encircled by an annulet, gold, inscribed with the
motto, "Mens aequa in arduis. " This badge was first
used at Bohun Court, Worcestershire. Seat — Thirlestaine
Court, Cheltenham.



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HUMPHRY (H. Coll., 22 Feb. 1898).— Argent, on a
cross bottony, between in the first and fourth quarters a
talbot's head erased gules, a rose of the first barbed and
seeded proper, between four escallops also of the first.




Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a rock, thereon a falcon close proper,
belled and jessed or, holding in the beak a key argent, four
escallops also or. Motto — "Persiste. " [The arms pre-
viously in use were : Argent, a cross bottony gules, charged
■with four escallops of the field. Crest — A falcon close
proper.'\ Livery — Black, silver buttons.

Sons of Alfred Paget Humphry, Esq., M.V.O., J.P.,
D. L. , and C.A. forCambs. ; BaiTister-at-Law, ^. 1850;
d. igi6 ; m. ist, 1876, Elizabeth, d. of the late Thomas
Boycott, M.D. , of 46 Montagu Square, W. ; 2nd, 1887,
Clara Edyth (Horham Hall, Thaxted, Essex), d. of
the late Charles Murchison, M.D. , F. R.S., of 79
Wim pole Street, W. : —
Martin George Humphry, Esq, b. 1877. Res. — Meota,
Saskatchewan, Canada.

Stewart Humphry, Gentleman, b. 1879 ; m. 1912, Robina,
d. of the late Andrew M. Wallace, of Richmond, Surrey,
and has Issue — Alaric Humphry, Gentleman, b. 1916 ;
Wallace Boycott McNab Humphry, Gentleman, h. 1919.
Res. — Unity, Saskatchewan.

Alexander Murchison Humphry, Gentleman, M. D., b.
1888; m. 1917, Vida May Purves ; and has issue — Terance
Humphry, Gentleman, b. 1918. i?«.— The Cap House,
Pontrilas, nr. Hereford.



HUMPHRYS (U.O., 1844). Gules, a lion rampant,
superintending his head a ducal coronet or, on a canton
argent, a trefoil slipped proper. Mantling' gules and or.
Crest — ^On a ducal coronet, an eagle, wings endorsed or,
armed and membered gules, in the dexter claw a broken
spear-head of the first. Motto —" Optima sperando spiro."
Livery — Drab, red plush waistcoat and breeches, gilt
buttons.

Son of William Humphrys of Ballyhaise House, co.

Cavan, J. P., h. 1855; d. 1897; m. 1879, Alice, d. of

James Stannard, J. P., of Bricketstown House, co.

Wexford : —
Nugent Winter Humphrys, Esq, Major Manchester
Regt., b. 1885; m. 1911, Blanche Ada de Vivefay, d. of



William Edward Wilson of Daramona, and has issue —
2 daus.

Sons of John Winter Humphrys of Ballyhaise
House, b. 1829; d. 1884; m. 1854, Priscilla Cecilia
(rf. 1911), d. of Rev. J. P. Garrett of Killgarow, co.
Carlow : —

Brig.-Gen. Charles Vesey Humphrys, C.B.E. , late Duke
of Wellington's Regt. (ret. 1919), b. 1862; m. ist, 1891,
Florence, eldest d. of James Chittick Humphrys of Clare
View, Kesh ; 2nd, 1905, Marion, d. of Edwin Owen of
Bantry ; and by his first wife has issue— Basil Hardress
Humphrys, Gentleman,;*. 1892. Res. — Old Manor House,
Hythe, Kent. Club — Jun. United Service.

Mervvn Archdall Humphrys, Esq., Major Loyal North
Lancashire Regt., b. 1864; m. 1894, t^ecile Clemence,
eldest d. of late Monsieur Alexandre Gariner. Res. —

Francis Edward Humphrys, Gentleman. ^. 1865; m. 1887,
Margaret Eleanor, d. of Benjamin Armstrong of Tauranga,
N. Zealand ; and has issue — John Mervyn Winter
Humphrys, Gentleman, b. 1888 ; Goodwin Francis
Humphrys, Gentleman, b. 1891 ; Charles Jordan
Humphrys, Gentleman, b. 1899 ; William Gore Humphrys,
Gentleman, h. 1904. Res. — Greghill, Le Puna, New
Zealand.

Arthur Arniitage Humphrys, Gentleman, b. 1870; m.

1903, May, d. of S.imuel Francis White of Abbeymead,
Chertsey. Res. — Ewell, Selsey, Sussex.

Llewellyn Winter Humphrys, Gentleman, b. 1871.
Res.—

Rev. Percy Raymond Humphrys, Esq.,, b. 1873; vi.

1904. Catherine, d. of late C. W. Minchener of Christ-
church, N.Z., and has issue — John Mervyn Percy
Humphrys, Gentleman, b. 1906; Stephen Gordon Hum-
phrys, Gentleman, h. 1909; Maurice Raymond Humphrys,
Gentleman, b. 1917 ; Charles Merevalp Humphrys, Gentle-
man, b. 1921 : and 2 daus. Res. — namble Vicarage,
Southampton.

Sons of Rev. Hugh Humphrys, late Captain 15th
Hussars, Hon. Major (retired) Cavan Militia, afterwards
Incumbent of Knocktopher and Prebendary of Mayne
St. Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, and Rector of Eccles-
next-the-Sea, Norwich, B.A. (Cambs ), b. 1838; d.
1922; m. 1875, Louisa Charlotte Catherine Evans-
Lombe, d. of Rev. Henrv Evans-Lombe of Bylaugh
Park, Norfolk, J.P. : —
William Evans Hugh Humphrys, Gentleman, b. 1876 ; m.

1911, Jessie Alice, d. of Rev. E. HoUiday, Rector of

Miles Platting, Manchester.

Hugh Everard Humphrys, Gentleman, b. 1883. Estate —

Coan, CO. Kilkenny, Ireland. Post. add. — Vicarsfield,

Knocktopher, Ireland.
Julian Shirley Lombe Humphrys, Gentleman, b. 1882.



HUNGERFORD, see HOLDICH-HUNGERFORD.



HUNLOKE of Wingerworth (R.L., 1905, H. Coll.),
Quarterly, i. azure, a fesse between three tigers' hends
erased or (Hunloke) ; 2. argent, on a chief indented gules,
three crosses patee of the field (Perceval); 3. Crofton ot
Temple House, co. Sligo ; 4. Carleton of Rosspad.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a chapeau azure,
turned up ermine, a cockatrice, wings expanded proper,
combed, beaked, and wattled or. Motto — "Nee lemere,
nee timide." Livery — Blue and yellow.

Son of Philip Perceval, Esq., D.L., formerly Lieut.

R.H.G., h. 1813 ; d. 1897; m. 2nd, 1868, Hon.

Ernestine Wellington Sidney, d. of ist Lord De

Lisle and Dudley : —
Major Philip Hunloke, C.V.O., Res. of Officers late
Royal Bucks. Hussars, Groom-in-Waiting to the King
from 1911, J.P. Derbyshire and Oxfordshire, b. 1868; m.
1892, Sylvia, d. of John Postle Heseltine of Walhampton,
Lyniington ; and has issue — Henry Philip Hunloke,
Gentleman, b. 1906; Alberta Diana; and Joan Cecil.
Res. — Cowbridge, Malmesbury, Wilts. Clubs — Turf,
R.Y.S. (Cowes).



HUNT, see HUSEYHUNT.



HUNT (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend cottised engrailed
sable, a bugle-horn or, between two bulls' heads erased
of the first, homed of the third. Mantling sable and



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argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a bull's head
argent, homed or, around the neck and supported by the
mouth, a chain of gold, pendent therefrom cin anchor
sable. Motto — " Perseverantia vincit."

Son of the late Godfrey Hunt, of Redland,

Bristol : —
Albert Hunt, Esq., C.B.E., formerly Joint Manager
and Chairman of Managers, Union Castle S.S. Co. , and
Member of Executive Council of Chamber of Shipping,
b. 1863. Res. — 52 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W. 8.
Club — Constitutional.



Son of Rev. Henry Warwick Hunt, late Rector of

Shermanbury and Rural Dean. fi. 1835 ; d. 1911 ; m.

1870, Adele de Havilland, d. of Francis Rivaz : —

Ernest Rivaz Hunt, Esq., Hon. Lt.-Col. R.A. M.C.,

M.A., M.D., B.C. (Cantab.), M.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. (Eng.),

6. 1872; 7/1. 1906, Margery Mary, d. of Rev. W. T. Button,

Vicar of Sidlesham, Sussex ; and has issue— (i) John

Warwick Rivaz Hunt, Gentleman, ^. 1910 ; (2) Geoffrey

Notley Hunt, Gentleman, />. 1913 ; Kathleen Mary Rivaz;

and Barbara Margery Rivaz. J?es. — 3 Goldsmid Road,

Hove, Sussex.



HUNT (H. Coll., 1850). Azure, gutt^e-d'or, on a bend
engrailed erminois, between two water-bougets or, three
leopards' faces gules. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, against a



HUNT of Pittencrieff (L.O. , 2 Feb. 1904), Azure, two
dogs of chase courant proper, on a chief argent, a fox's
mask proper, between two hunting-horns sable, stringed
gules. Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — OnVa




sejant or, gutt^e-de-sang,
halberd gules. MottO- -



halberd erect proper, a talbot
collared and tied to the
" Credentibus nil difficile."

Only son of Henry Care w Hunt,.*. 1806; d. 1873; m.
1833, Susette, d. of Auguste Simon of Hamburg and
of Emilie Godefroy : —

Robert Augustus Carew Hunt, Esq., Major-Gen. Indian
Army {Livery — Blue), d. 1838 ; m. 1878, Annie, d. of
Richard Agar of Bagnalstown, Carlow ; and has issue—
(i) Henry Richard Augustus Hunt, Esq., Lt.-Col. Indian
Army, ^. 1879 [m. 1914, Victoria Virginia Green]; (2)
William Hollingsworth Agar Hunt, Esq., late Capt. R.E.,
i. 1886 [w. 191 1, Nina Gladys Baring] ; and Augusta Maria
Susette [w. 1910, Lt.-Col. Walter Fellowes Cowan Gilchrist,
Indian Army, and has issue]. Jfes. — Sid Abbey, Salcombe
Regis, Devon. C/ui — United Service.

Sons of Robert Holdsworth Carew Hunt : —

Joseph Carew Hunt, Gentleman, 6.
Lang Wild ; and has issue. J?es. —

Robert Ponsonby Carew Hunt, d.
Sneyd; and has issue. J?es. —

Thomas Henry Carew Hunt, i.
Gifford ; and has issue. J?es. —

Son of Thomas Carew Hunt : —

Henry Thomas Carew Hunt, i. ;

issue. J?es. —



; m. Jemima
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m. Gertrude



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wreath of the colours, a lion's head erased proper, collared
or. Motto— " Vi et virtute."

Son of James Alexander Hunt of Pittencrieff and Logic,

CO. Fife, J. P., i. 1817; d. 1890; m. 1851, Helen, d. of

Alexander Gibson Maitland, Advocate: —

James Maitland Hunt, Esq., late Col. Q.O. Cameron

Highlanders, late Col. comdg. 91st Regmtl. Dist. , Chevalier

of the Order of the Medjidieh, i. 1852. Seai — Logic,

Dunfermline, co. Fife. Cluds — Naval and Military, New

(Edinburgh).



HUNT (U.O., Conf. 28 June 1647). Sable, a chevron
between six leopards' faces or, on a chief of the last, a lion
passant gules holding in the dexter paw a serpent proper.
Mantling sable and or. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet
or, an arm erect gules, the hand grasping the pommel and
hilt of a broken sword gules. Motto — "Credentibus nil
difficile." Livery — Dark blue, silver buttons.

Sons of James Hunt, Gentleman, of Aldworth
and Danefort, co. Cork, i. ; d. 1869 ; m. 1834,

Anna Catherine Elizabeth, d. of Rev. William
Stopford : —
Joseph Stopford Hunt, Gentleman, i. 1842. Seat —
Danesfort, nr. Mallow, co. Cork.

James Stopford Hunt, Gentleman. 6. 1845 ; m. 1877,
Rosa Jane, only d. of Rev. John Evans Lewis, M.A.,
Rector of Montaghs. Seai —

Percival Hunt, Gentleman, d. 1849; m. 1876, Angelina
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CO. Cork ; and has issue — (i) James Stopford Hunt, Gentle-
man. Lieut. 9th Bait. K. Roy. Rifles, b. 1878; (2) Joseph
William Lombard Hunt, Gentleman, Lieut. R.N.,^. 1879
[w. 1904, Florence Evelyn, only d. of Capt. Digby Tighe ;
and has issue — Leslie Percival Lombard Hunt, Gentleman,
d. igo5 ; William Hunt, Gentleman, b. 1911]; {3) Edmund
Lombard Hunt, Gentleman, b. 1883. Seat —

Son of Joseph Hunt, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law, of

Summerhill, Enniskerry, CO. Wicklow, (^. ; d. 1852;

m. 1835, Mary Sarah, d. of John Francis Hewson,

Esq., D. L. , of Ennisniore, co. Kerry: —
William Stopford Hunt, Esq. , J. P. co. Cork, Assistant
Land Commr. , b. 1842. Seats — Dromdiah and Aghadoe,
Killeagh, co. Cork.

Son of Edmund Lombard Hunt, Esq., J. P. co.

Galway, of Ballymanton, Gort, and Headford, b. ;

J. i86o; m. 1841, Catherine ElizaVieth, d. of Capt.

Robert Powell of Cloonraher, co. Sligo : —
John Percival Hunt, Esq.. Lt.-Col. (ret. pay). R.A.M.C.,
F. R.C.S. (Irel.). M.D. (Glasgow), Barrister-at-Law
(Lincoln's Inn), ^. 1844; m. ist, 1868, Emily Anne, d. of
ihomas Harpur of Cecil Hills, N.S. Wales; 2nd, Lilian,
d. of Henry Eames, M.D. ; and has issue, kes. —



HUNT (R. L. 29 Nov. 1911, H. Coll.). Gules, a cross
crosslet formte fitch^e between in base two escallops or.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
coluurs, a talbot-dog passant argent, supporting in the
dexter paw an arrow erect point upwards or. Motto—
" From truth unswerving."

Sons of William Holman Hunt, Esq., O.M., D.C.L.,
b. 1827; d. 1910 ; w. ist, 1865, Fanny, eldest d. of
George Waugh ; 2nd, 1875, Marion Edith, ygst. d. ot
George Waugh : —
Cyril Benoni Holnian-Hunt, Gentleman (ret.), Govern-
ment Agricultural Dept. Federal Malay States, b. 1866,
Postal add. — Great Toler, nr. Dorchester, Dorset. Club —
Royal Societies.

Hilary Lushington Holman Hunt, Gentleman, Civil
Engineer Public Works Dept., b. 1879; tn. 1905, Gwen-
dolyn Xorah Annie, d. of George Freeman, Esq., K.C.
Ees. — 2& Walton Street, Hans Place, S.W. Club —
Athenseum.



HUNT. Azure, guttee-d'or, on a bend engrailed
ermniois between two water-bougets or, three leopards'
faces gules. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the coloiu-s, a mount vert, against a halberd erect
proper, a talbot sejant or, guttee-de-sang, collared and
tied to the halberd gules.

Only son of Arthur Roope Hunt, Gentleman, Barrister

(Inner Temple), M.A. Cambridge (Trin. Coll.), Fellow

of the Linnean and Geological Societies, b. 1843 ;

d. 1914 ; m. 1870, Sarah Elizabeth Isabel, only dau.

and h. of Richard Henry Gumbleton, Gentleman, late

of Marston, in the county of Waterford: —

Cecil Arthur Hunt, Gentleman, M.A.. LL.B. (Camb.),

R.W.S., Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, b. 1873 ;

m. 1903, Phyllis Clara, d. of Edgar Lucas, and has had

issue — Esmond Moore Htint, Gentleman, b. 1907 ;

d. 1927 ; Vernon Arthur Moore Hunt, Gentleman, b. 1912.

Res. — MaUord House, Chm-ch Street, Chelsea, S.W.3,

Clubs — Athenaetmi, Arts, Alpine, Ranelagh.

HUNT of High Park (U.O.). Azure, on a bend
between two water-bougets or, three leopards' faces
gtiles. Mantling aziure and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a leopard's face proper. Motto — " Labor
omnia vincit."

Only son of Vere Hunt, Esq., J.P., of High Park,

Cappawhite, co. Tipperary, b. 1814 ; d. 1896 ;

m. 2nd, 1869, Frances Augusta [d. 1925), d. of

Hugh Massy Yielding, of Woodlands, Tarbert, co.

Kerr}' : —

Vera Robert Hunt, Gentleman, b. 1875 ; m. 1916, Ada,

only child of George Durdin, of Shanagarry Castle,

Cloyne, and Westport, Mayo, and has issue — Vere

Robert Durdin Vere Hunt, Gentleman, />. 1917; and 2

daus. Seat — High Park, Cappawhite, co. Tipperary.

Res. — Ardmayle House, Cashel, co. Tipperary.



Armorial hearings — .Azure, on a bend barry wavy of si.v or
and gules, between in chief a pegasus argent, w inged of the
second, and in base a rose of the fourth barbed and seeded
proper, three leopards' faces of the third. Mantling azure
and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a talbot
sejant or, charged on the shoulder with a rose, collared,
attached by a riband to a battlea.xe erect gules, headed
argent, the whole in front of a fernbrake proper. Motto —
" Vi el virtute." A'esidence^Yotk.



JOHN JOSEPH HUNT, Esquire, J.P., Sheriff of the
city and county of York 1899. Born March 2, 1854,
being the only son of Henry Hunt of the city of York,
by his wife Elizabeth, dau. of William Adams. Armorial
bearings — Azure, on a bend barry wavy of six or and gules,
between in chief a pegasus argent winged of the second, and
in base a rose of the fourth, Varbed and seeded proper,
three leopards' faces of the third. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a talbot sejant or,
charged on the shoulder with a ri se, collared, attached by a
riband to a battleaxe erect gules, beaded argent, the whole
in front of a fernbrake proper. Motto — " Vi et virtute."
Residence — Grimston Court, Ycrk. Clubs — Constitutional,
lunior Carlton.



■■ HUNT-GRUBBE (H. Coll). Azure, on a bend be-
tween two water-bougets or, three cross crosslets sable.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a talbot sejant or, collared, and resting the dexter
fore-paw on a water-bouget sable. Motto— " Justus et
tenax."

Son of Adm. Sir Walter James Hunt-Grubbe, G.C. B.

(1899), Pres. Roy. Naval Coll., Greenwich, 1894-7,

J. P. Hants., b. 1833; d. 1922; m. 1867, Mary Anne

(d. 1908), d. of William Codrington of Wroughton,

Wilts. : —

Walter John Hunt-Grubbe, Esq., Major S. African

Field Arty, (ret.), b. 1875; fn. 1913, Margaret, d. of

Henry Hunt-Grubbe of Eastwell, Potterne, Wilts. Postal

address — Spring Grove, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, S.

Africa.

HUNTER, see HUGHES-HUNTER.



HUNTER (H. Coll.). Gules, on a fesse between three
hunting-horns stringed or, a crescent between two mullets
azure. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a stag's head argent, armed and erased gules,
between two arrows, points downward or. Supporters —
On the dexter side, a private soldier of the 4th or King's
Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, dressed in the uniform
worn in the year 1875 ; and on the sinister side, a soldier of
the 9th Soudanese Batt. of the Egyptian Army. Motto
— " Follow."

Son of Archibald Hunter, ^. ; d. ; m. : —

Gen. Sir Archibald Hunter, G.C.B. (1911), G.C.V.O.
(1912), D.S.O. (1886), A.D.C. General to King George
1917-20, ret. 1920, General Officer Comdg. Aldershot
Training Centre 1914-17, Gen. Officer Comdg. Southern
Army (India) 1907-10, Gov. and Com. -in-Chief at Gibraltar
1910-13, Col. the King's Own Rov. Lanes. Regt., Hon. Col.
late ist V.B. H.L.I., Hon. Col. si'h Batt. Roy. Lanes. Regt.
and 8th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders,
served in Soudan Exped. 1884-5 (despatches, Brev.-Maj.), ''i
Nile Exped. 1885-6, and in action at Toski 1889, comd. 3rd
Div. Dongola Exped. 1896 (despatches, Maj.-Gen.), and a
Div. in Soudan Campaign 1897-8, attached to Egyptian
Army 1884-7 and 1888-92, Gov. of Suakim 1892-4, of the
Frontier Province 1894-6, and Comdt. Dongola Provinces
1896-9, Gov. of Omdurman 1899, comd. Quetta Dist. 1899,
Chief of Gen. Buller's Staff in S.A. War 1899, and subse-
quently comd. a Div., comd. the Forces in Scotland 1901-
1903, when he was appointed to command the troops
in Bombay and the West Army Corps, India, has the
Medjidie, M.P. Lancaster 1918-22, b. 1856; m. 1910, Mary
(d. 1924), d. of Hickson Fergusson, of The Knowe, Ayr,
and widow of George, 2nd Baron Inverclyde. Clubs—
Carlton, Marlborough, Royal Automobile, New (Edin-
burgh).



JOHN HENRY HUNT, (ientleman. Bom-



being



the only son of the late John Hunt of the city of York.



ANDREW ALEXANDER HUNTER, Gentleman, late
Bursar of Cheltenham College. Born August 7, 1855,



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being the eldest son of Major-General Andrew Hunter
of the Bengal Staff Corps, by his wife Caroline Cherry,
daughter of J^ieutenant- Colonel Nuttall Green, Justice of
the Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant, of Kilmanahan Castle,
in the county of Waterford, Ireland. Armorial bear-
ings (L.O. , 1889) — Argent, on a chevron azure, be-



MottO — " Swift and sure." Married, 1899, Margaret, d.




tween three hunting-horns vert, garnished and stringed
gules, a crescent of the first. Above the shield is placed a
helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules, doubled
argent ; and on a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest,
a stag's head caboshed or. Motto, " Vigilantia, robur,
voluptas." Res. — Devonshire House, Montpelier Road,
Cheltenham. Clubs — Junior Constitutional, New (Chelten-
ham).



HUNTER (L.O., 1773). Vert, three hunting-horns
argent, garnished gules, on a chief of the second two
boars' heads couped of the third, langued azure. Mant-
ling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his
liveries, a stag's head proper. Mottoes — " Vigilantia robur
voluptas," and " Deo date."

Son of Richard Hunter, Esq., J. P. and D.L. for co.

Haddington, and J. P. co. Berwick, formerly Lieut.

E. Lothian and Berwickshire Yeo. Cav. , b. 1851;

d. 1909; ni. 1885, Evelyn Mary, younger d. of the

late Sir William Miller, Bart., of Manderston : —
James William Hunter, Gentleman, late Lieut. Gordon
Highlanders, b. 1886. Seat — Thurston, Innerwick, East
Lothian.



HUNTER of Rugby (H. CoU.). Azure, on a chevron
or, a fleur-de-lys of the first, between two roses gules,
barbed and seeded proper, in base a hunting-horn stringed
of the second. Mantling aziure and or. Crest — A boar's