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CHARLES WENTWORTH BELL, Esquire, J. P. and
D.L. CO. of Hereford. Born 1857, being t.e only surviving
son of Charles Bell of Chapel Allerton, near Leeds. Ar-
morial bearings— Per fesse indented azure and or, a
pale, three bells, two and one, and as many stags' attires
attached to the scalp all counterchanged. Mantling azure
and or. Crest— On a rock proper, between two antlers



azure, a hawk close also proper, around the neck a riband
azure, pendent therefrom a bell or. Motto — " Dextra
fideque." Married, 1891, Hon. Edith M., dau. of ist
Baron Biddulph of Ledbury, D.L., J. P. ; and has issue —
(i) Michael Bell, Gentleman, 1^. 1892; (2) Philip Weniworth
Bell, Gentleman, b. 1893; (3) Jonathan Wentworth Bell,
Gentleman, b. 1897. Seat — Bronsil, Eastnor, nt-ai Ledbury,
Herefordshire.

GEORGE ROBERT BELL, Esquire, Commander R.N.
Born , being the son of the late William Bell of Bell-
view, Abbeyleix, Queen's County, Ireland. Armorial bear-
ings — Azure, a chevron engrailed ermine, between two bells
in chief and a tower in base or. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wieath of the colours, a stone
masoned arch proper, suspended from the keystone thereof
a bell or.

BELL of Rounton Grange (H. Coll., 1885). Argent on
a fesse between three hawks' lures azure, as many hawks'
bells of the first. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a hawk or, holding in the beak a
hawk's lure azure, and resting the dexter claw on the sun in
splendour. Motto — " Perseverantia."

Son of Sir Isaac Lowthian Bell, ist Bart., J. P., D.L. ,
M.P., b. 1816 ; d. 1904 ; m. 1842, Margaret \d. 1886), d.
of Hugh Lee Pattinson, F. R.S. : —
Sir (Thomas) Hugh Bell, 2nd Bart. (21 July 1885) (q.v.).
Sons of Thomas Bell, Esq., of Crosby Court, Yorks.,
J. P., b. 1817 ; (/. 1894; w. 1842, Francis Jane, d. of
Joshua Johnson of Gateshead : —
Charles Ernest Beil, b. 1851 ; m. Teresa, d. of the late
Marmaduke Salvin of Burn Hall, co. Durham; and has
issue.

John Lowthian Bell, Esq. , J. P. Northumberland, b. 1853 ;
m. 1879, Mary E., d. of late Thomas Lambert of Telham
Court, Sussex. Res. —

E. Seymour Bell, mar. and has issue. Res. —

Grandson of John Bell, b, 1818 ; d. 1888 ; m. :—

John Dobree Bell.
Son of Henry Bell, Esq., J. P., b. ; d. 1889; in.

Laura Richardson : —
Oswin Henry Bell, Gentleman, b. . Res. — Tyne-

mouth, Northumberland.

Sir HUGH BELL, Baronet (1885), Lord-Lieut, (since
1905) and J. P. forN.R. co. Yorks., for co. Durham, and
for borough of Middlesbrough, D.L. co. Durham (High
Sheriff of Durham 1895-96). Born Feb. 10, 1844, being
the eldest son of Sir Lowthian Bell, Bart., by his wife
Margaret, daughter of the late Hugh Lee Pattinson,




F.R.S. Armorial bearings (H. Coll., 1884).— Argent, on
a fesse between three hawks' lures azure, as many hawks'
bells of the first ; and on an escutcheon of pretence for and
in right of liis wife the arms of Olliffe, namely, quaifrly.



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I and 4, argent, a chevron engrailed vert between three
ohve-branches fructed of the same (OUiffe) ; 2 and 3, chequy
or and gules, on a pile argent, a lion's head eiased sable
(Cubitt). Mantling azure and argent. Crest — A hawk or,
resting his dexter claw on the sun in his splendour or, and
holding in his beak a lure azure. Motto—" Perseverantia."
Livery — Dress : white, with blue facings ; undress : blue,
white collar and cufTs. Married, ist, April 23, 1867,
Maria, youngest daughter of the late John Shield of
Newcastle-on- Tvne, she died Ajjril 19, 1871 ; 2nd,
August 10, 1876, Florence Eveleen Eleanore, third
daughter of the late Sir Joseph Ollirte, Rnight Bachelor,
sometime Physician to the British Embassy in Paris ;
and has had issue— (i) Col. Maurice Huj^h Lowthian Bell,
C.M.G., T.D., J. P. and D.L. North Riding Yorks., served
m S. .Africa 1900, and Great War 1914-16 (despatches),
b. March 29, 1871 ; (2) Rev. Hugh Lowthian Bell, some-
time Chaplain to the Bishop of Pretoria, S. Africa, b.
October 21, 1878 [m. 1921, Frances, d. of John William
Morvill, of Newfield Hall, Yorks., and d. 1926, leaving issue
— Hugh Francis Bell, Gentleman,;^. 192^; John Lothian
Bell. Gentleman, b. r925] ; Gertrude Margaret Lowthian,
C.B.E. , d. 1926; Florence Elsa [m. 1907, Vice-Adm. Sir
Herbert Richmond, K.C.B. , and has issue]; and Mary
Katharine [w. Jan. 6, 1904, Rt. Hon. Charles Phillips, eldest
son of Rt. Hon. Sir G. O. Trevelyan, Bart., and has issue].
Postal addresses — Rounton Grange, Northallerton ; Mount
Grace Priory, Nonhallerton ; 95 Sloane Street, London,
S.W. Clubs — Reform, Burhngton Fine Arts, Royal
Automobile, Cleveland (Middlesbrough).

Sir JAMES BELL, first Baronet (29 Aug. 1895), of
Marlborough Terrace, in the parish of Govan and co. of
City of Glasgow, ex-Lord Provost of the said city, C.B.,
LL.D , Vice-Lieut, of co. of City of Glasgow, D.L.
cos. Lanark and Ayr. Born 1850, second son of John
Bell, Shipowner, Glasgow, and Helen his wife, d. of
lohn Colquhoun of Luss, co. Dumbarton, and was created
a Baronet 1895. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1895)—




Azure, on a fesse engrailed argent, between two bells in
chief or and a three-masted ship in base, a thistle slipped
proper. Upon tlie escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting
his degree, with a Mantling azure, doubled argent ; and
upon a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a stag's head
couped proper, attired or ; and in an escroll over the same
this Motto, "Signum pacis amor." Married, Nov. 23,
1875, Helen (d. 1909), dau. of William Findlay of Hallhill,
CO. Lanark; and has had issue— (i) John Bell, Esq., J. P.



Lanarkshire, b. 1876; (2) James Bell, Esq., b. 1879; killed
at Backcnlaaghte, South Africa, Oct. 30, 1901 ; and Helen
[w. 1910, Charles Eugene Gunther of Tongswood, Hawk-
hurst, Kent, and has issue]. Post. add. — Montgreeiian,
Kilwinning, .Ayrshire, N.B. Clubs — Carlton, Junior Carl-
ton, Western (Glasgow).

Sir JAMES BELL, Knt. Bach. (1911), C.V.O. (1920),
Chevalier of the Order of the Crown of Italy, Legion of
Honour, Commander of the Redeemer of Greece, Crown
of Italy, Isabella of Spain, Dannebrad St. Olaf of
Norway, Vasa Order of Sweden ; Town Clerk of the
City of London, and a Lieut, of the City; formerly
Town Clerk and Solicitor to the Corporation of Leicester,
and Solicitor to the Derwent Valley Water Board. Born
March 26, 1866, being the third son of William Bell, M.D,.
and his wife Jane, dau. of William Owens, M.D. , of
Kilmantin Hill, Wicklow, Ireland. Armorial bearings —
.\rgent, on a pale indented azure, three hawks' bells of the
field. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a demi-man affrontt^e, habited in russet
leather and gloved, grasping in the dexter hand a hawk
rising proper, suspended therefrom a lure, the sinister
hand resting on a trefoil slipped, both or. Motto — " Magna
est Veritas." Livery — Blue and white. Married, Sept. 2,
1893, Evelyn Clifford, dau. of Stephen Thomas Aveling
of the Restoration House, Rochester ; and has had Issue —
James Clifford Aveling Bell, Gentleman, b. July 6, 1894;
d. on active service 1918 ; and Evelyn Mary Joyce Aveling.
Residence — 2 Queen's Gardens, Windsor.

BELL (L.O., 1899). Azure, a chevron between three
church bells or. Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest —
Upon a wreath of his liveries, a stag grazing proper. Motto —
" Signum pacis amor."




Son of Matthew Montgomerie Bell, Esq., W.S. , Edin
burgh, J. P., b. March 5, 1840; m. April 4, 1877, Jane
Caroline, younger dau. of the late James Cockburn of
Ram pore Bauleah, Bengal, and 'Trinity Grove, Edin-
burgh : —
John Montgomerie Bell, Gentleman, W.S., b. June 30,
1879. Residence—

BELL, of Thirsk (H. Coll., Roy. Lie, 6 Aug. 1877)—
Per chevron azure and sable, a chevron engrailed with plain
cottises, between three bells argent. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest— A bell argent, thereon a falcon close



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proper, gorged with a collar dancett6e sable. Motto —
" Spes mea copia fecit."

Sons 01 Reginald Bell, Esquire, J. P., Lieut. North York
Rides, assumed, by Royal Licence 1875, the name and
arms of Beil ; b. 1848 ; t>i. 1878, Henrietta Elizabeth
(d. 1923), dau. of the late Arthur Bay ley Markham of
Northampton : —
John Bell, Esq., J. P. North Riding Yorks. , b. 1879; m.
1906, Irene Clare, elder d. of Lord Alexander Kennedy,
second son of Marquis of Ailsa, K.T. , and has issue —
Robert Bell, Gentleman, ^. 1907; Peter Bell, Gentleman,
b. igi2. Seat — The Hall, Thirsk. C/«^j— Wellington ;
Yorkshire (York).

Frederics Bell, Esq., Capt. Gordon Highlanders, b. i88r;
m. 19 12, Madge, only d. of E. W. Sluyford.

Rev. Ralph Beil, b. 1884. Res. — St. Augustine's Mission,
Penhalcnga, S. Rhodesia.

THOMAS BELL, Gentleman. Armorial bearings-
He bears for Arms : Azure, a fesse between two bells in
chief, and a screw-steamship under canvas in base, all or ;
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front of
a mount vert, thereon a falcon rising proper, belled and
jessed gold, three roses fessewise or ; with the Motto, " In-
dustria et probitate. " Postal address — 23 Windsor Terrace,
Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

BELL. Azure, a chevron ermine, between in chief two
bells, and in base a fleam or Mantling' azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a hgure of
Justice vested chevronny of six argent and gules. Motto —
" Hujus Stat fcedere niundus."

Son of William Abraham Bell, Gentleman, M.A. ,

M.B. Cantab., F.R.G.S., (J.April 26, 1841 ; d. 1921 ;

m. May 8, 1872, Cara Georgina Whitmore, dau. and

coh. of Whitmore Scovell, Gentleman, by Caroline

Mary Taylour, dau. of Edward Dance, Esq., by Sarah

Britannia Juxon. +3^

William Archibald Juxon Bell, Esq., B.A., temp. Maj.

R.A S.C, late Lieut, ist C.O.L. Yeo. , b. 1883; m. 1916,

Isabel Maude, eld. d. of the late Rev. Edward Bickersteth-

Ottery, Canon of Rochester, and has issue — William

Archibald Ottley Bell, Gentleman, b. iqig. Res. — Pendell

Court, Bletchingley, Surrey ; 8 Park Street, W. Clubs —

Bath ; Hurlingham.

BELL of Leith (L.O. , 20 March 1914). Gules, on a
chevron or, between three bells argent, a crescent of the
field for difference. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest —
On a wreath of his liveries, a bell argent. Motto —
" Tempus opperior dextrum."

Son of Laurence Robertson Bell of Leith, formerly of

Ratho, Midlothian, b. 1825; d. 1898; m. 1863, Emma

Lsabel Turner, d. of Thomas Beech of Manilla : —

Walter Leonard Bell, Gentleman, M.D., CM. (Edin.).

Fellow Royal Soc. Edin., F.S.A. Scot., b. 1865; w. 1896,

Margaret Lendrum, d, of Robert Scarth of Binscarth,

Orkney; and has surv. issue — Barbara Margaret Alison.

Res. — Langarth, Brisco, Carlisle.

BELL-CLOTHIER (Roy. Lie, 3 Nov. 1910, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, gules, three cinquefoils argent, on a
chief or a lotus-flower proper between two fleurs-de-lys of
the field (Clothier) ; a and 3, azure, on a fesse ermine
between two bells in chief and an annulet in base or, a bell
between two annulets of the field (Bell). Mantling gules
and argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, in
front of a dexter cubit arm, the hand clenched proper, two
fleurs-de-lys or (Clothier) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a
dexter arm embowed, vested azure, cuffed ermine, encircled
above the elbow by an annulet or, the hand grasping a
sword bend wise proper. Mottoes— For Clothier: " Pro
rege"; "Facta non verba" (below arms); for Bell:
" Signum pacis amor" (above the sword). Badge — A
fleur-de-lys gules, enfiled by a mural crown or. Standard
—Striped fessewise, vert, sable, and vert. Livery (dress)—
Claret coloured coat and waistcoat, silver lace braid or
facings, white breeches and gaiters, silver buckles and
buttons; (undress), claret - coloured coat and overcoat,
white collar and cuffs, piping, or white or silver braid or
lace, silver buttons and hat-band, red and white striped
waistcr at.

Only son of Robert Clothier, Artist, t. Jan. 1821 ; d.

July 5,1877; w. April 18, 1850, Ehzabeth,"d. of the late

Robert Freebairn, Merchant and Freeman of the City

of London : —



Robert Freebairn Bell-Clothier, Esq., Brev.-Col. Indian
Army (assumed the additional surname and arms of Bell by
Royal Licence, 3 November 1910), sometime of the Artists'
Rifles and West India Regt., Adjt. 37th Grenadiers and
27th Regt. M.I. , Comdt. 5th and 27th Madras and 73rd
Carnatic Inf., D.A. and A.A.G. Madras and Burmah. In
the Upper Burmah Campaign: Adjt. and second in comd.
a7th M.I., Staff and Transport Officer, Pruvost-Marshal,
and in comd. at several detached posts. [The27lhM.I.
received the thanks of the Govt, of India for its services].
Has the India Medal and two clasps, Burmah 1885-87 and
1887-89, and the Delhi Durbar Medal 1911, b. 1853; m.
ist, 1882, Florence Frances, d. of the late Rev. Henry Charles
Deshon, M.D. , sometime Vicar of E. Teignmouth, S.
Devon, and niece of Lt.-Gen. F. G. T. , Deshon, C.B., /f.
1905; 2nd, Margaret. May, yr. d. of the late Alexander
Bond (known as "John") Bell, Gentleman, Ceylon Civil
Service, and niece of the late Gen. Sir George Bell, K.C.B.
(comd. the Royals in the Crimea) ; and has issue— Robert
Frank Clothier, Esq., Capt. Ind. Army, Adjt. 13th Rajputs
(the Shekhawati Regt.) (q.v.), b. 1884. Clubs—EsiSt India
United Service, Royal United Service Institution, United
Service (Bangalore), The Club (Ootacamund), United Ser-
vice Institution (India).



BELLAIRS (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i. ermine, a lion
rampant gules, on a chief engrailed sable, a leopard's face
between two cross crosslets fitch^e or (Bellairs, 16 May
1786) ; 2. argent, a cross gules, on a chief azure, an eagle
displayed between two cross crosslets fitch^e or (Bellaers,
9 March 1782) ; 3. quarterly, gules and azure, a lion rampant




argent, ducally crowned, and m chief two garbs or (Bellaers,
13 April 1776) ; 4. azure, a chevron erminois, between three
griffins passant or (Lea, 7 April 1785) ; 5. gules, a fesse
vair^e erminois and azure, between three escallops argent
(Foote, 7 April 1785) ; 6. argent, a fesse and in chief a lion
passant gules (Walford, 7 April 1785). Mantling gules
and argent. Crests — i. out of a mural crown or, a demi-
lion rampant gules, holding between the paws a cross crosslet
fitch^e, also gold ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a horse's
head couped argent, in the mouth a leaf of oak proper (13
April 1776). Mottoes — "Virtus tutissima cassis," "Nihil
sine cruce. "

Son of Rev. Stevenson Gilbert Bellairs, M.A. , ?of
Stockerston. b. 1825 ; d. 1882 ; m. 1868, 'Florence



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Elizabeth, d. of George Norman of Goadby, Marwood

Hall :—

Gilbert Nigel Mowbray Bellairs, Gentleman, 3. 1872 ;

m. 1899, Marcelly Clementina, d. of late Robert Reginald

Burnett, M.I.C. E. , and widow of late Maj.-Gen. George

Mein. Seat —

Sons of Rev. Henry Spencer Kenrick Bellairs, M.A.
(Oxon.), 6. 1840; d. 1897; m. 1865, Mary Jane, d. of
Benjamin Helps Starey of Milton Ernest : —
Rev. Clement Henry Walter Bellairs, Rector of Lusby,
1865 ; m. 1900, Ethel, d. of Edward Kent of Winter-
bourne, Dorset ; and has issue — (i) George Clement Henry
Bellairs, Gentleman, fi. 190 1 ; (2) Edward Ennis James
Bellairs, Gentleman, i. 1907 ; (3) Ralph Abel Hamon
Bellairs, Gentleman, d. 1913 ; Minna Harington ; and
Violet de Mowbray. Seat — Barton End, OKI Headington,
Oxford. /?es. — The Rectory, Lusby, Spilsby.

Ralph Hamon Bellairs, Gentleman, fi. 1867; tn. 1893,
Estrella. d. of Rev Godfrey Pope, D.D. /ees.—

Cecil Bellairs, Gentleman, d. 1871 : >/i. , Agnes, d. of

Meterlekamp Knvsna ; and has issue. Res. —

Son of Rev. Henry Walford Bellairs, M.A., R.D., late

Vicar of Nuneaton and Hon. Canon of Worcester,

J. P. Oxon., ^. 1812; d. 1900; m. 1839, Mary Hannah

Albina, d. of G. Watkin Kenrick of Woore Hall,

CO. Salop : —

Walter Gray Bellairs, Gentleman, 6. 1847 ; w. 1874.

Frederica Julia, d. of Sir Gilbert Clayton- East, Bart. ; and

has issue — Eric D'Albini Bellairs, Gentleman, 6. 1877; and

Berta Albina [w. 1911, Mansel C. Gambier Young]. J?es. —

6 Eaton Mansions, Cliveden Place, S.W.

Son of Alban Ennis Bellairs, Gentleman, d. 1848 ;

d. 1926; m. 1882, Georgina Emily, d. of William

James Thompson, Esq., J. P., of Kippington, Kent :—

Reginald Nigel Bellairs, Esq., Capt. (ret.) Worcs. Regt. ,

i. 1883 (Arms and Crests as above. Motto— " My truste




ys") ; tfi. Kathleen, d, of Rev. Henry Morton Niblett,. Rector
of Redmarley, Worcs., and has issue — Angus d'Albini
Bellairs, Gentleman, d. 1918. 5<ra/— Stone House, Forest
Row, Sussex. /?«.— 50 Hans Place, S.W.i.

Yngr. son of Rev. Henry \N'alford Bellairs (see above): —
Ernest Hamon Bellairs, Gentleman, i. 1853; m. ,

Ermm Victoria, d. of Alan Edward ; and has issue — (i)
Mowbray Bellairs, Esq., Capt. R.E. (ret.), (J. {Res.—

Wilton Cottage, Wilton Street, W.); (2) Ivor Bellairs,
Esq., Maj. R.A.F., b. {Res.—i, Park Lane, W. Club—

Jun. Athenaeum) ; and Dorothy. Res. —

Son of William Charles Bellairs, Gentleman, of the Red
House, Datchet, b. 1861 ; d. 1898 ; m. 1887, Alexandra
Elizabeth Mortimer, d. of H. N. Ritchie : —



Tom Claud M'Kenzie Bellairs, Gentleman, Lieut. R.N.,
b. 1892. Res.—

Sons of Edmund Hooke Wilson Bellairs, Esq. (eld.

son of Sir William Bellairs), of Mulbarton, Norfolk, and

Mouriscot, Biarritz, J. P. Norfolk, late Capt. and Adjt.

1st Batt. Norfolk Rifles, formerly Lieut. 7th Fus. and

60th Rifles, Exon. of Yeomen of the Guard, first

Member for Olago of the Legislative Council in the

first Parliament in New Zealand, b. 1823 ; d. 1896 ; m.

1852, Emilia Bellairs, d. of James Bellairs Stevenson

of Uffington : —

Edmund Hooke William Bellairs, Esq., b. 1854. Res. —

Hamon D'Albini Bellairs, Esq., M.V.O. , formerly Vice-

Consul at Biarritz, b. 1862. Res. — Biarritz, France.

Nigel Adour Bellairs, Gentleman, b. 1866; m. 1900,

Countess Marie, d. of Count Siebor Rylski ; and has issue

— (i) Edmund Hamon Bellairs, Gentleman, ;>. 1903; (2) Guy

Nigel Bellairs, Gentleman, ^. 1908. Res. — Biarritz, France.

Sons of William Gibbons Bellairs, Esq., J. P., Civil

Commissioner and Resident Magistrate Cape of Good

Hope, b. i860 \ d, \ m. 1901, Augusta, d. of

Chiappini, M.L.A. Cape Colony: —
William Leopold du Plessis Hofmeyer Bellairs, Esq.
Res.—

Roger Mowbray Bellairs, Gentleman. Res. — Cape of
Good Hope.

Sons of Sir William Bellairs, K.C.M.G., C.B., b.

1828; d. 1913; m. ist, 1857, Emily Craven [d. 1866),

eld. d. of William Barton Gibbons, J. P. ; 2nd, 1867,

Blanche St. John, d. of Francis Adolphus Moschzisker,

Doctor of Philosophy : —

Carlyon Wilfroy Bellairs, Esq., Commr. R.N. (ret.),

M.P. for King's Lynn 1906-10, for Maidstone Borough

1915-18, and for Maidstone Div. of Kent, since 1918, b.

1871 ; 7)1. 1911, Charlotte, d. of Col. H. L. Pearson of

Laurence of Long Island, U.S.A. Res. — 35 Wilton Place,

S.W. Club—(Zz.x\\.on.

Roger Mowbray Bellairs, Esq., Capt. R.N., C.M.G.,
Legion of Honour, b. 1884; m. 1909, Veronica Beatrice,
only d. of the late Col. Arthur Wavell, Welsh Regt., and
has issue— Beatrice Blanche Mowbray 'and Daphne
Veronica. Res. — Seymour House, Seymour Place, W.

BELLAMY of Plymouth (H. Coll., 1905). Azure, an
anchor in bend , stock downwards or, a chief erminois.
impaling the arms of Madge, namely :— per chevron argent
and azure, iu chief two towers sable, and in base a horse
forcene argent. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a





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wreath of the colours, a cubit arm vested azure, cuffed
erminois, the hand holding an olive-branch proper, all
between two ostrich feathers argent. Motto—'' Bel asmy
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Eldest son of Sir Joseph Arthur Bellamy, Knt. Bach.,

d. 1845; ^- 1918; m. 1868, Susan Mill {d. 1908), d.

of the late Wm. Saul Wills :—

Arthur Bellamy, Esq., Lieut.-Col. (ret.) T.F., T.D.,

served Great War 1914-19, late O.C. Devon R.G.A., and

2/7 Ln. Bde. R. F.A. and R.G.A. (mentioned), i. 1869 ; m.

1898, Edith Emma, d. of the late Sir William 1 homas

Madge, ist Bart., and has issue — Madge Ailsa [m. 1928,

Major Robert William Hornsby, 14th Punjab Regt.] ;

Doreen Avis [m. 1927, Wilfred Lawrence Carter]. Res. —

3 Chartfield Avenue, Putney, S. W. ; Plymstock, St.

Margaret's-at-Cliffe, Kent. Cluds — Constitutional, St.

George's (Empire Service).

BELLAMY (H. Coll.). Azure, within two bendlets
or, a rose argent between two crescents of the second.
Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, in front of two sceptres in saltire or, a cubit arm
vested sable, cuffed argent, the hand clasped proper.
Motto — " Deus rector et lacertus."

Only son of Robert Bellamy, d. 1823 ; d. 1906 ; m.
i860, Emma, d. of Charles Lowe of Stamford : —

Rev. Robert Lowe Bellamy, M.A. , LL.D. , d. 1866.
J?es.—Tht Rectory, Kirkby Overblow, Pannal S.O. , York-
shire.



BELLASIS, see
OLIVER-BELLASIS.



DALGLISH - BELLASIS and



BELLEW. Quarterly, i and 4, sable, fretty or (Belle w
circa Edward III.) ; 2 and 3, gules, three lions passant, two
and one or (Bryan of Bawnmore, granted 1684). Mantling
sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an arm
in armour embowed, holding a sword, all proper. Motto—
"Tout d'en haut."

Sons of Edward Joseph, 2nd Baron Bellew, d. 1830; d
1895 ; »?. 1853, Augusta Mary, d. and eventual h. o
Col. George Bryan of Jenkinstown, co. Kilkenny :—
The Rt. Hon. Sir George Leopard Bryan, 4th Baron
Bellew of Barmeath, co. Louth (10 July 1848), loth Bart.
(II Dec. 1688), J. P. and D.L. co. Kilkenny (High Sheriff
1902), Major (ret.) loth Hussars, served in Afghan War
1878-9 (desp. , medal, and clasp), in Soudan 1884-5, ^^nd
with Imp. Y. in S. Africa 1900-1, and withT. F. Great War,
1914-18 (assumed the name without the arms of Bryan in
lieu of Bellew by R.L., 1880) [Supporters of Barony-
Dexter, a leopard or, gorged with a mural crown azure ;
sinister, a wolf azure, gorged with a ducal coronet or], 6.
1857 ; m. 1927, Elaine, widow of H. Carlisle-Dodd, and d.
of the late John Leech of Queenstown, S. Africa. Scais —
Barmeath Castle, Dunleer, co. Louth; Jenkinstown Park,
CO. Kilkenny. Ciuds — Marlborough, Turf, Pratt's, Army
and Navy, Kildare Street (Dublin).

The Hon. Richard Eustace Bellew, d. 1858 ; m. ist, 1887,
Ada Kate (d. 1893), d. of H. P. Gilbey of Stanstead, Essex ;
2nd, 1895, Gwendoline Marie Josephine, d. of W. R. J.
FitzHerbert Herbert-Huddleston, of Clytha ; and has issue,
with two daus. — (i) Edward Henry Bellew, Esq., M.B.E.,
Capt. R.A.F. (Broom Hall, Sunningdale, Berks.), 6. 1889 [m.
1912, Barbara Helen Mary, only d. of Sir Henry Farnham
Burke, K,C.V.O., C.B., Garter King of Arms]; (2) Bryan
Bertram Bellew, M.C. , Lieut. S. Irish Horse (Malcolm
House, Batsford, Moreton-in-Marsh), d. 1890 [m. 1918,
Jeannie Ellen, d. of the late James O. Jameson, and has
issue: — James Bryan Bellew, Gentleman, 6. 1920]; (3)
George Rothe Bellew, Gentleman, Portcullis Pursuivant
of Arms 1922-26 ; Somerset Herald from 1926, 5. 1899 ; (4)
Patrick Herbert Bellew, Gentleman, d. 1905. Res. —
Mount Firoda, Castlecomer, co. Kilkenny ; 45 Victoria
Road, Kensington, W.8. Cluis — Marlborough, Bachelors'.
Son of Thomas Arthur Grattan-Bellew, Esq., of Mount
Bellew, CO. Galway (second son of Sir Michael Dillon
Bellew, ist Bart), 6. 1820, d. 1863; tn. 1858, Pauline
{d. 1908), d. and coheir of Henry Gratton, Esq.,
M.P. : —
Sir Henry Christopher Grattan-Bellew, 3rd Bart. , of Mount
Bellew (15 Aug. 1838), D.L. co. Galway (High Sheriff 1884),
late Lieut. 5th D.G. , late Lt. -Col. 4th Batt. Connaught
Rangers [Arms (R.L. 1859): Quarterly, i and 4, Bellew as
above, with a crescent argent for difference ; 2 and 3, per
saltire sable and ermine, a lion rampant or (Grattan, con-
firmed by Hawkins Ulr. to Rev. Charles Grattan). Crests
— I. Bellew as above, charged with a crescent for difference ;
■2. on a wreath of the colours, a dove proper holding in its
dexter claw a sceptre and standing on a tun or. Motto as
above], 6. i860 ; s. his uncle 1867 ; m. 1885, Lady Sophia



Marie Elizabeth Forbes, d. of George, 7th Earl of Granard,
K. P. ; and has surv. issue — (i) Charles Christopher Grattan-
Bellew, Esq., M.C, Lieut.-Col. King's Royal Rifle Corps,
6. 1887 [m. 1923, Maureen Peyton, adop. d. of Sir Thomas
G. Segrave, C.B.E., and has issue — Maureen Deirdre] ;
(2) Thomas Henry Grattan-Bellew, Esq., d. 1901 ; (3)
Arthur John Grattan-Bellew, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Lin