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head erased at the neck sable,charged with a hunting-horn
stringed or.

Son of Hunter, of , 6.

m. : —

Thomas Htmter, Esq., J. P., Alderman, co. Warwick,
6. . Res. — Elmhirst, Rugby, co. Warwick.



JAMES EWING HUNTER, Esq., M.B.,C.M.,F.R.G.S.,
J. P. for Dumbartonshire. Born 1862, being the only son
of David Hunter of Cathcart, Lanark, by his wife Jane
Jardine, d. of Peter Ewing. Armorial bearings (L.O.,
1897) — Per fesse invected vert and gules, in chief two
hunting-horns or, garnished gules, stringed gold, in base the
sun in his splendour of the third. Mantling vert, doubled or.
Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a falcon rising proper.




of Alexander Frew ; and has Issue— Yi2,\\A James Ewing
Hunter, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; Margaret Falconer Jardine
Ewing ; and Jean Frew Ewing. Postal address — Millig,
Helensburgh, co. Dumbarton. C/«^.f — Conservative
(Helensburgh), Roy. Scottish Automobile.

RICHARD HUBBARD HUNTER, Esq.. J. P., of
Glentyan, co. Renfrew. Born 1851, being the second son




of William Hunter, Merchant in Glasgow, who resided in
the parish of Cathcar' <:o. Lanark. Armorial bearingB



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(L.O., 1898) — Per fesse vert and gules, in chief two hunting-
horns or, garnished gules, stringed gold, in base the sun in his
splendour, all within a bordure of the last. Mantling vert,
doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a falcon
rising proper ; and in an escroU over the same this MottO,
— "Semper sublime." Married. 1875. Marion (d. 1923),
second dau. of the late James Tod, Esq., J. P. for Midlothian,
of Eskbank House, Dalkeith ; and has Issue. Residence —
Glentyan, Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire. Clubs — National,
New (Glasgow), R. Scottish Automobile (Glasgow).



HUNTER, formerly of Burnside and Dod (Matric. L.O..
5 Jan. 1876). Argent, a man's heart proper, between three
hunting-horns vert, stringed gules. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a
hunting-horn. as in the arms. Motto — " Spero. " Livery
— Green and white.

Son of David Hunter, b. 1822; d. 1847; m. 1846,
Margaret Wemyss, d. of James Henderson, R.N. : —

Capt. William George Hunter, late 69th Regt., J. P.
Warwickshire and Forfarshire, b. 1847 ; m. 1879, Isabella
Kathleen Fayrer, d. of Major R. Hickey, 103rd Regt. ;
and has surv. issue — (i) George Graham Guthrie Hunter,
Gentleman, b. 1889; (2) Charles Gawn Hunter, Gentle-
man, and Lieut. King's Own Yorkshire L.I., b. 1893;

(3) William Archibald Hunter, Gentleman, b. 1894 ;

(4) Robert Bruce Hunter, Gentleman, b. 1899 ; Mary
Douglas; Kathleen Wemyss; Barbara Gordon; Joyce
Alison ; Lilian Murrav ; and Ellen Fraser. Res. —



HUNTER of Gilling Castle, Yorks. (H. Coll.). Vert, a
spear erect and issuing from the base proper, pendent
therefrom a stringed bugle-horn or, between in chief two
roses argent. Mantling vert and or. Crest — On a wreath



Kenneth Slingsby Hunter, Esq. , Capt. late 6tb Dragoon
Gds., Lord of the Manor of Gilling, b. 1889; m. 1923,
Dorothy, d. of G. de Vere Fenn. ^ira/— Gilling Castle,
York. C/«.*j— Yorkshire (York), Northern Counties.

Joseph Charles Hunter, Gentleman, b. 1894 ; m. 1920,
Cecily, 3rd d. of R. H. Heywood-Jones. Res. —

Sons of William Hunter,^. 1815; d. 1883; m. 1847,
Eliza, d. of Somers Hunter: —

Charles Edward Hunter, Esq., J. P. co. Durham, late
Capt. and Hon. Maj. Northumberland Hussar Yeo. ,
b. 1852; m. 1875, Mary, d. of late Gen. Smyth, C.B., of
Frimhurst, Surrey. Res. — Hill Hall, Theydon Mount,
Esse.x ; Wemmergill, Middleton-in-Teesdale. Town res. —
30 Old Burlington Street, London, W. Clubs — Carlton,
White's, Yorkshire (York).

Frederic Coleman Hunter, Esq., F.LC.A., J. P. co.
Devon,*. 1864; m. , Minnie Lilian Wilkinson (i. 1924).

Res. — Bystock, Exmouth, South Devon. Clubs — Carlton,
Conservative, R.A.C.



HUNTER of Brechlin (L.O.). Argent, two heavy
guns, the upper pointing to the dexter and the lower to
the sinister.within an orle of shells sable, on a chief azure,
a naval cruiser proper, in a sea undy of the first and third.
Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of
his liveries, an aeroplane propeller proper between two
wings argent. Motto — " Live with a thankful heart."
Son of the late John Hunter of Montreal : —

Sir John Hunter, K.B.E., Chairman of Sir Wm. Arrol
& Co. Ltd., J. P. Glasgow, has Legion of Honour, Order
of Leopold of Belgium, Order of Crown of Italy, Order of
St. Anne of Russia, b. 1863 ; tn. 1892, Katharine Fingland,
d. of the late John Gardner of Glasgow, and has issue —
John Eric Arrol Hunter, Esq., b. 1893 ; and Kathleen
Mary. Res. — 3 Kirklee Road, Glasgow, W.2. Clubs — St.
Stephen's, Jimior Carlton, Ranelagh, New (Glasgow).




of the colours, a stag's head erased gules, armed and
collared or, between two roses argent, leaved and slipped
vert Motto — " Spero." Livery — Green and gold.

Sons of William Slingsby Hunter, Esq., J. P. and
D.L. for N. Rdg. Yorks. (High Sheriff 1906), b. 1848 ;
d. 1923 : 7n. 1879, Frances Gwynifred, d. of Major
Alexander Browne of Doxford ' Hall, Northumber-
land: —



HUNTER-ARUNDELL (L.O.). Quarterly, i and 4,
sable, six swallows, three, two and one, argent, a crescent
for di£erence and for distinction a canton or (for Arundell
of Setveme) ; 2 and 3, vert, three collars, two and one
or, on a chief indented argent, as many bugles of the
first, stringed and garnished, within a bordure of the
third, charged with fom- roses of the fourth, barbed of
the first (for (Hunter). Mantlings — (i) sable, doubled
argent ; (2) vert, doubled or. Crests — i. on a wreath
of his Uveries, a wolf passant argent, differenced as in the
arms, and charged on the shoulder with a cross gules ;
2. on a wreath of his liveries, a stag's head erased proper.
Mottoes— ( I) "Deo date"; (2) " Vigilantia robur
v'oluptas."

Eld. son of T. H. Wadd, of St. Leonards-on-Sea : —

Herbert William Francis Hunter-Arundell (formerly
Herbert Francis William Wadd), Esq., J. P. co. Dmnfries,
Capt. K.O.S.B. (T.), b. 1874 ; m. , Elizabeth Agnes,

d. of James Jardine Paterson, of Balgray, Dumfriesshire,
and has issue — (i) Hunter-Arundell, Gentleman,

b. ; (2) Hunter-Arundell, Gentleman,

b. ; and 2 daus. Res. — Barjarg Tower, Keir,

Auldgirth, Dumfriesshire.

HUNTER-BLAIR (L.O.). Quarterly, i. argent, a
chevron gules, between three bugles vert, viroled and
stringed of the second (for Hunter) ; 2. argent, on a
chevron gviles, between three cross crosslets fitchee
sable, a fleur-de-lys or, within a double tressure flowered
and counter-fl6wered with fleur-de-lys of the second (for
Kennedy) ; 3. argent, on a saltire sable, eight mascles of
the field, in chief a star gules (for Blair) ; 4. argent, a
shake-fork sable and in chief a rose gules, surmounted of
a mullet of the field (for Cunningham), in the centre of
the quarters an annulet gules for difference Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his
Uveries, a stag's head caboshed proper. Motto —
" Vigilantia robur voluptas."

Eld. son of Reginald Stanley Hunter-Blair, Esq.,

M.B.E., late Major Gordon Highlanders, of

Broomhouse, Duns, b. 1861 ; tn. 1893, Emily, d. of

late Robert Heaton Rhodes of Christchurch, New

Zealand : —

David Walter Hunter-Blair, Esq., Capt. Gordon

Hdrs., b. 1894 ; m. 1919, Barbara, d. of the late George

Cameron Norman and has issue — John David Himter-

Blair, Gentleman, b. 1925 ; and Alice Rosemary. Club

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The Right Reverend Sir DAVID HUNTER-BLAIR,
fifth Baronet, of Dunskey, in the co. of Wigtown, M.A.
in the University of Oxford, a Monk, Priest, and Mitred
Abbot (solemnly blessed 1913) of the Benedictine Order.
Born Sept. 30, 1853, being the son of the late Sir Edward
Hunter-Blair, fourth Baronet (who died 1896), by his
wife Elizabeth, dau. of George Wauchope, brother of
William Wauchope of Niddrie. Creation — June 27, 1786.



the centre an escutcheon argent, charged with a sinister
hand coup-ed and apaum^e gules for the title of Baronet.
Mantling; gules, doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his
liveries is set for Crest, a stag's head caboshed proper. Sup-
porters — Dexter, a dog of chase salient argent ; sinister, an
antelope springing proper, gorged with an open crown and
a chain hanging thereat or. Motto — " Vigilantia, robur,
voluptas. " Livery — Dark green, with gilt buttons, green and




Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms : Quarterly,
1. argent, a chevron gules, between three bugles vert,
viroled and stringed of the second (for Hunter) ; 2.
argent, on a chevron gules, between three cross crosslets
fitch^e sable, a fleur-de-lys or, all within a double tressure
flory counterflory of the second (for Kennedy of Culzean) ;
3. argent, on a saltire sable, eight mascles of the field, and
m chief a star gules (for Blair); 4. argent, a shake-fork
sable, and in chief a rose gules, surmounted by a mullet
of the field (for Cunninghame of Brownhill), over all in



white striped waistcoat. Heir presumptive — His brother
Edward Hunter-Blair, Esq., of Blairquhan, Captain R.N.
(retired), d. March 1S58 [m. July 6, 1886, Cecilia Dora,
dau. of Sir William James Farrer of Sandhurst Lodge, in
the CO. of Berks., and has issue, James Hunter-Blair,
Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon.), b. 1889 [m. 1917, Jean, d. of T. W.
Mclntyre, of Soon, co. Ayr, and has issue — 3 sons]; and
Gaspard Patrick Hunter-Blair, Esquire, Lieutenant R.N., b.
1895]. Post. add. — The Abbey, Fort Augustus, N. B. Clubs —
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WILLIAM HUNTER-MARSHALL. Gentleman, of

Callander, in the county of Perth, Commissioner of Supply
for that county, Member of the Royal Company of Archers.
Born June 6, 1846, being the only son of the late William
Marshall of Callander, by Isabella his wife, dau. of Hugh
Auld by Helen Dalrymple his wife, dau. of John Carnegie
of Kingslaw. Armorial bearings (Matric. L.O. i Oct.
1872) — He bears for Arms : CJuarterly, i and 4, argent,
a saltire azure, l)etween four laurel leaves slipped vert, a
bordure sable (for Marshall); 2 and 3, gules, a hunting-horn
stringed or, on a chief engrailed of the second, three mullets
of the first (for Hunter of Callander). 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 dove holding in its beak an olive branch proper.
Motto — " Et decerpta dabunt odores. " Estate — Callander,
Seat — Callandrade, in Menteith. Cluh — Royal Societies'.
Caledonian, United Service (Edinburgh), Conservative
(Edinburgh).

HUNTER-WESTON (R.L., 1880, H. Coll. and L.O.).
Quarterly, i and 4, or, an eagle displayed regardant sable,
charged on the breast with a crescent of the first, in chief
two crescents of the second (\\'eston) ; 2 and 3, or, three
hunting-horns vert, stringed gules (Hunter). Mantlings—
(Weston) sable and or ; (Hunter) vert and or. Crests— i.



hunting-horns vert, stringed gules (Hunter.) Mantlingfl —
(Weston), sable and or ; (Hunter), vert and or. Crests — i.
upon a wreath of the colours, an eagle rising regardant




upon a wreath of the colours, an eagle rising regardant
sable, charged on the breast and on each wing with a
crescent or (Weston); 2. upon a wreath of the colours,
a greyhound sejant proper, gorged with an antique crown
or (Hunter). Mottoes — ''Aquila non capit muscas " ;
" Cursum perficio." Liveiy — Dark blue, trimmed with
yellow lace, on which black eagles displayed and hunting-
ho:ns are alternately woven; yellow and black waistcoat,
black breeches.

Sons of Lt.-Col. Gould Read Hunter-Weston of
Hunterston, F.S.A.,J.P. and D.L. co. Ayr, Knt. ot
Justice and Hon. Commander Order of the Hospital
of St. John of Jerusalem in England ; assumed by
R.L. in the year 1880 the additional name and arms
cf Hunter, under the deed of entail conveying the
estate of Hunterston [of the family of Weston of
Weston-under-Lyzard and Hagley Hall, co. Stafford],
b. 1823 ; d. 1904 ; m. 2ndly, 1863, Jane {d. 1911). Lady
of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of
Jerusalem in England, d. and h. of the late Robert
Hunter of Hunterston, co. Ayr : —
Lieut. -Gen. Sir Aylmer Gould Hunter-Weston, K.C.B.,
D.S.O. [q.v.).

Reginald Hugh Hunter-Weston, Gentleman, late Lieut.
Seaforth Highlanders, b. 1869 ; m. 1899, Agnes, d. of John
Roberts, Esq., C.M.G., of Littlebourne, Dunedin, N.Z. (to
whom refer); and has issue — (i) Robert Gould Hunter-
Weston, Gentleman, b. 1902; (2) Purcell Reginald Hunter-
Weston, b. 1904 ; and Margaret. Res. — Highthorn, Gleniti,
Timaru, New Zealand.

HUNTER-WESTON (R.L.. 1880, H. Coll. and L.O.).
Quarterly, i and 4, or, an eagle displayed regardant sable,
charged on the breast with a crescent of the first, in chief
two crescents of the second (Weston) ; 2 and 3, or, three




sable, charged on the breast and on each wing with a
crescent or (Weston) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours,
a greyhound sejant proper, gorged with an antique crown
or (Hunter). Supporters, on either side a greyhound proper,
gorged with an antique crown or. Mottoes— " Aquila non
capit muscas"; "Cursum perficio." Livery — Dark blue,
trimmed with yellow lace, on which black eagles displayed
and hunting-horns are alternately woven ; yellow and black
waistcoat, black breeches.

Eld. son of Lt.-Col. Gould Read Hunter-Weston of
Hunterston, b. 1823 ; d. 1904 ; m. 2ndly, 1863, Jane {d.
1911), Lady of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of
St. John of Jerusalem in England, d. and h. of the
late Robert Hunter of Hunterston, co. Ayr: —
Lieut. -Gen. Sir Aylmer (Gould) Hunter-Weston, K.C.B.
(1915), D.S.O. (1900), Col. Comdt. R.E., J. P., D.L. co.
Ayr, Bailiff Grand Cross and Chancellor of the Order
of Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, M.P.
(U) for N. Ayrshire 1916-18, and for Buteshire and N.
Ayrshire since 1918. Male representative of family ot
Weston, of Weston-under-Lyzard, and representative
in the female line of the Hunters of Hunterstone,
served in the Miranzai (i8gi) and Waziristan (1894-5) Ex-
peditions, in the Egyptian (1896) and South African ( 1899-
1901) Wars, and Great War 1914-19, comdg. nth Bde.
of 4th Div. in France 1914-15, 29th Div. at the Dardanelles
1915, and 8th Army Corps 1915-19 (despatches ten times),
promoted Major-General (1914), Lieut. -Gen. (1919), for
distinguished service in the field, was Asst. Dir. Military
Training Gen. Staff Office 1911-14, b. 1864; m. 1905,
Grace, Dame of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of St.
John of Jerusalem in England, only d. of William Strang
Steel of Philiphaugh, Selkirkshire. Seat — Hunterston,
West Kilbride, Ayrshire. Town res. — 2 Culford Gardens,
S.W.3. Clubs — Carlton, Royal Automobile.

HUNTINGTON (H. Coll., 1906). Argent, on a pile
between two roses gules, a horse's head erased of the first.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a horse's head erased argent, charged with a rose
as in the arms. Motto—" Facta non verba."

Only surv. son of Sir Charles Philip Huntington, ist

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Bart., J. P. Lanes., M.P. for Darwen Div. of co. Lanes.

1892-S, b. 1833 ; d. 1906; m. 1876, Jane Hudson, d. of

Walter Sparkes of Merton : —
The late Sir Charles Philip Huntington, 3rd and last
Bart. (20 July 1906), Barr.-at-Law {Inner Temple), b. 1888;
d. 1928 ; m. ist. 1909, Delia Dorothy (who obtained a
divorce 1922), d. of the late Daniel John O'SuUivan of
The Grange, Killarney, co. Kerry; 2nd, 1925, Eleanor,
yngst. d. of Capt. William Birch, R.N. I\!es. —

HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY of Grimley. Quarterly,
I and 4, per fesse dancettee sable and gules, in chief
a pale or, thereon three bars of the second, in base
a fleur-de-lys argent (for Whiteley) ; 2 and 3, or, on a
pale, between two roses in fesse gules, barbed and seeded
proper, a lion rampant, between two water bougets of the
first, and for distinction a canton of the second (for
Huntington). Mantling sable and or. Crests — A stag's
head couped argent, attired or, holding in the mouth a
bell gold (for Whiteley) ; and upon a mount vert a lion's
head couped at the neck or gorged with a collar vair,
between two roses gules, barbed, leaved and stalked
proper, and, for distinction charged on the neck with a
cross crosslet also gules (for Huntington). Motto — " Live
to live."

Second son of George Whiteley, of Blackburn and

Halifax, brother of Lord Marchamley, b. 1825 ; d.

1873 ; m. 1853, Margaret, d. of the late James Pickop,

M.D., of Blackburn : —
Sir Herbert James Himtington - Whiteley (formerly
Whiteley), ist Bart., of Grimley, co. Worcester, J. P.,
M,P., h. 1857 ; assumed by R.L., 1918, the additional
name and arms of Huntington, m. 1895, Florence
Kate, d. of the late William Balle Huntington, Esq.,
of Woodlands, Darwen, Lanes. ; and has issue —
Herbert Maurice Huntington-Whiteley, Lieut.-Comdr.
R.N., h. 1896 [m. 1919, Pamela Margaret, d. of Rt. Hon,
Stanley Baldwin, P.C., M.P., Prime Minister ; and has
issue — Herbert Oliver Huntington-Whiteley, b. 1920 ;
Hugo Baldwin Huntington-Whiteley, b. 1924] ; Eric
Arthur Huntington-Whiteley, Esq., b. 1903. Seat —
Thomgrove, nr. Worcester. Clubs — Carlton, Consti-
tutional.

HUNTLY, Marquess of see GORDON.

HUNTLEY. Argent, on a chevron between three stags'
heads erased sable, as many bugle-horns stringed of the
field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a talbot passant proper, collared and lined
or. Motto — ' ' Je voul droit avoir."

Son of Rev. Osmond Currie Huntley of Boxwell Court,
CO. Gloucester, M.A. Exeter College, Oxford, sometime
Rector of Rockhampton, co. Gloucester, and Chaplain
to the late Bishop of Colchester, b. 1837 ; d. 1912 ;
m. 1875, Frances Martha, youngest d. of the late
William Nicholson, Esq., J. P. and D.L. , of Roundhay
Park, near Leeds, Yorks. : —
Francis Osmond Joseph Huntley, Gentleman, B. A. (Univ.
Coll., Oxford), b. 1878; m. 1906, Dorothy E. N. , 2nd d. of
James S. Burra of Bockhanger ; and has issue— (i) John
Francis Burra Huntley, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; (2) Chris-
topher Freville Huntley, Gentleman, b. 1912; and Eleanor
Martha. Res. — Boxwell Court, Tethury, Glos.

HUNTSMAN (H. Coll.). Gules, three escutcheons
argent, each charged with a bugle-horn sable garnished
or, and stringed of the field. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a mount vert, thereon
a fernbrake in front of two spears in saltire proper, there-
from pendent a bugle-horn garnished and stringed as in
the arms. Motto — " Esto vigilans." Livery — Blue.

Only son of Francis Huntsman, Esq., J. P., of West

Retford Hall, b. 1852; d. 1910; tn. 1891, Mary Joan.

second d. of Thomas F. C. Vernon- Wentworth cf

Wentworth Castle : —
The late Benjamin Canning Huntsman, Gentleman, b.
189s; killed in action 1917. Seat — West Retford Hall,
Retford.

HURLE, see COOKE-HURLE.

HURLY (U.O. ). Azure, on a fesse between three
crosses crosi'et or, a dexter hand couped between two
mullets gules. Mantling azure and or. Crests— i. a naked



arm embowed, holding a sword wavy all proper) granted
21 Jan. i860) ; 2. out of an antique Irish crown or, a naked
arm embowed proper, holding a cross crosslet gold. Motto
— " Dextra cruce vincit." Livety — Dark blue coats, red
waistcoats, brass buttons, drab greatcoats, with red collars
and cuffs.

Son of Robert Conway Hurly, Esq., J. P., of Bridjge

House, CO. Kerry, b. 1815; d. 1870; m. 2nd, Annie,

d. of William Comyns of Witheridge, co. Devon:—

John Conway Hurly, Esq., J. P. co. Kerry, Capt. 3rd

Batt. South Lanes. Regt., b. 1862; m. 1891, Maud Isabel

{d. 1892), d. of Rev. George Wilham Grogan, M.A.,

Rector of Withington, Lancashire; and has issue— Robert

William Conway Hurly, Gentleman, b. 1892. Res. —

Canada.

Son of John Hurly, Esq., J.P.and D.L., of Fenit House,

CO. Kerry, b. ; d. 1878 ; m. 1853, Elizabeth Augusta,

d. of C. Grant of Kinchindy : —

John Charles Denis Hurly, Esq., J. P. co. Kerry (High

Sheriff 1888), ^. 1864. Estate— Yv[i\\. Post, add.— Fenit

House, Fenit, Tralee, Ireland. Ciub—St. James's.



JOSEPH STANCLIFFE HURST, Esquire, J. P. for
W. and N. Ridings of co. of York, and for the Liberty of

Ripon. Born , being the son of .

Armorial bearings— Quarterly, per pale indented gules and




sable, a sun in splendour or, in the first and second quarter
a dragon's head erased of the last. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a dragon with wings
elevated or, semte of crescents sable, resting the dexter claw
upon an escutcheon of the last charged with a sun in splen-
dour as in the arms. Motto — " Lux tua vita mea. " Postal
address — Copt Hewick Hall, Ripon.



HURST. Per bend gules and sable, on a bend or
between a sun in splendour in chief of the last and an oak
tree in base proper, four trefoils slipped vert. Mantling
gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front
of a demi-sun in splendour, the stump of a tree sprouting
to the dexter, thereon a thrush all proper. Motto — " Vir-
tute et labore."

Son of late Henry Hurst of Littleborough, Lanes. : —

Walter Hurst, Gentleman, B.Sc, L.S.A. (Eng.), M.D.
(U.S.A.).



HURT (H. Coll.) Quarterly, i and 4, sable a fesse
between three cinquefoils or (Hurt) ; 2 and 3, gules, a
wolf passant argent (Lowe). Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — "On a torse gold and sable, a harte
passant in his proper couller, horned, membryed and hurte
in the hanche with an arrow gold, fethyred argent" [vide



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Flower's gr.mt, September 4, 1565"]. Motto — "Mane prae-




Pauncefote and of Blackford (who d. 1897), by his
first wife Louisa Frances (who d. 1865), dau. of Daniel
Smith of Heilsberg, Dresden. Armorial bearings —



dam vesperi spolium." Livery — Dark green coat, black
trousers, striped green and white waistcoat.

Sons of Albert Frederic Hurt, Esq., D.L., J. P. co.
Derby, retired Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col. 3rd Batt.
Derbyshire Militia Regt., late Lieut. R.N., b. 1835;
d. 1907; m. 1862, Alice, d. of Frederick Peter Delm6-
Radcliffe of Hitchin Priory, Hitchin, co. Hertford : —
Francis Cecil Albert Hurt, Esq., J. P., Major (ret.), J. P.
CO. Derby, formerly Lieut. 23rd R. Welch Fusiliers, Capt.
(ret.) Derbyshire Yeo., and Maj. (ret.) Duke of Lancaster's
Yeo. , b. 1878; 7n. ist, 1903, Isabel Clara, second d.
of George Herbert Strutt of Makeney, Derby ; and has
issue — (i) Francis George Hurt, Gentleman, 1^. 1904 ; (2)
Roger Anthony Francis Hurt, Gentleman, b. 1908; (3)
David Seymour Francis Hurt, Gentleman,^. 1910 ; Eliza-
beth Evelyn ; and Nancy Isabel ; 2nd, 1926, Ivy, formerly
Mrs. de Casembroot, and d. of James Lear Penfold, Esq.,
of Barnham, Sussex. Estate — Alderwasley, co. Derby.
Post. add. — Alderwasley, Matlock. Clubs — White's,
Pjoodle's.

Henry Albert LeFowne Hurt, Esq., C.M.G. , Comdr.(ret.)
R.N., b. 1881 ; m. 1906, Mabel Alleyne, eldest surv. d. of late
WiUiam De Burgh Jessop of Overton Hall. Derbyshire;
and has issue — Seymour Michael Hurt, Gentleman, b.
1920; Judith Mabel Alice; Joan Le Fowne; and Bridget
Florinda. Res. — St. Thorwald's House, Langholm,
Dumfries-shire.

Ralph Anthony Lowe Ponsonby Hurt, Gentleman, b.
1885.

Sons of Francis Hurt, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Alderwasley,
CO. Derby, b. 1803; d. 1861 ; m. 1829, Cecilia Emily
{d. 1891), d. of Richard Norman of Melton Mowbray,
CO. Leicester: —
Theodore Octavius Hurt, Gentleman, b. 1839; w. 1872,
Louisa Emma, d. of late James Norman, 4th Madras Light
Cav. ; and has issue — Seymour Henry Michael Hurt,
Gentleman, b. ; and Elizabeth Fdith. Res. —

Louis Charles Hurt, Gentleman, h. 1845. Res. —
Sons of Rev. Richard Norman Hurt, Rector of Brad-
field, b. 1847; d. \ m. 1870, Sarah Crosskill, d.
of William Russell WatsonofCharlotte Town, P.E.I.:—
Francis William Richard Hurt, Gentleman, b. 1873.
Edward Norman Richard Hurt, Gentleman, b. 1880;
m. Minnie, d. of W. T. Rothwell of Heath House, Newton
Heath, Manchester.

Sons of Norman Anthony Hurt, nth Foot, b. 1850;
d. 1893 ; m. .Alice Hastings, d. of John Evans: —
Frederick Norman Hurt, Gentleman, b. 1878. Res. —
Anthony Hurt, Gentleman, b. 1880. Res. —

TheLate JAMES HUBERT HUSEY-HUNT, Esquire.
Born April 20, 1853, being the eldest son of the Rev.
James Husey-Hunt (formerly Senior), Rector of Compton




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