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J?es. — The Rectory, Bedale, Yorks.

Son of William John De la Poer Beresford-Peirse,

Esq., Lt.-Col. late Berks. Regt. , d. 1852; d. 1917 ; ft.

1887, Mary, d. of Thomas Chambers of Aberfoyle,

Londonderry ; —
Noel Monson Ue la Poer Beresford-Pierse, Esq., D.S.O.,
Major R.A., 6. 1887; m. ist, 1912, Hazel Marjorie (div.
1925), cl. of the late J. A. Cochrane of Riverina, Australia ;
2nd, 192^, Jean {d 1926), d. of Surg.-Capt. R. Jameson,
C.M.G.,R.N. J?es.—

BERGER (H. Coll.). Per chevron azure and vert, two
shepherds' crooks in saltire or, between in chief a mullet
of six points argent, and in base a ram's head erased also
argent, horned of the third. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — On a wreath argent and azure, upon a mount
vert a ram's head as in the arms. Motto — " Leal."

Son of Francis Charles Berger, Gentleman, of West-
bourne Park Road, W., b, ; d. ; m. : —

Henry Berger, Gentleman, Civil Engineer, b.
Res. — Ashville, North Carolina, U.S.A.

ALEXANDER HUGH BERGNE-COUPLAND, Lt
3rd Batt. Lincolnshire Regt. Borri 1871, being the son o^
the late Richard Coupland Bergne-Coupland, Esq., J. P.,
D.L. , by his second wife Alice, dau. of Alexander Bevington
of Streatham. Armorial bearings - Quarterly, i and 4, or,
three bars engrailed azure, on a bend gules, a rose between
two escallops of the first (for Coupland) ; 2 and 3, azure, a
lion passant argent, on a chief nebuly of the last, a fleur-de-
lys between two mullets of the first (for Bergne). Mantling
azure and or ; and for his Crests, i. upon a wreath of the
colours, a swan with wings endorsed argent, sem6e of
escallops gules, and resting the dexter fool on an escallop
also gules (for Coupland) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours,
a demi-lion gules, gorged with a collar gemel or, holding in
the dexter paw two arrows saltirewise, points downwards,
proper, and resting the sinister paw on a fleur-de-lys azure.
Motto— ' ' Aiquo adeste animo. ' ' Seat — Skellingthorpe Hal 1 ,
Lincoln.

The Reverend BASIL JAMES HAROLD BERIDGE
(formerly Sparrow), Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. (Cantab.),




Lord of the Manor of Biggs, Abbas Hall, and Thorpe
Morieux ; assumed the name of Beridge by Royal Licence
in 1885. Born 1853, being the eldest son of Basil Sparrow,
Esq., J. P., D.L. , by his wife Julia, dau. of John Scratton.
Armorial bearings — Argent, a saltire nebuly between two



bears' heads erased in pale and as many escallops in
fesse sable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, m front of a bear's head erased
sable, three escallops inverted or. Livery — Grey, with red
facings. Married, 188?, Margaret Louisa, dau. of Henry
Capel Elliot. Seats — Gosfield Place, Halstead, Essex ;
Algarkirk Hall, Boston, co. Lincoln. Res. — Mull House,
Marine Parade, Clacton-on-Sea.

BERINGTON. Sable, three greyhounds courant
argent, collared gules, within a bordure of the last, a
crescent for difference. Mantling sable and argent.

Sons of Charles Michael Benngton, Esq. (High Sheriff
1868), late Captain in the Worcester Yeomanry Cavalry,
J. P. and D.L., b. 1830; d. 1897; ?>t. 2nd, 1869, Mary
Louisa Patricia, eldest d. of Michael Agnew Coxon,
Bombay CS. : —
William Berington, Esq., late Capt. sth Batt. Worcester-
shire Regt.,1^. 1873 ; m. 1903, Katherine Wilhelmina, eld. d.
of WiUiam Purcellof Beaulieu, South Norwood, andSaltillo,
Mexico ; and has issue— (i) William James Charles Bering-
ton, Gentleman, b. 1904; (2) Thomas Patrick Berington,
Gentleman, b. 1905; (3) John Louis Berington, Gentle-
man, b. 1908 ; Ellen Mary Katherine; and Mary Consuelo
Josephine. Seat — Little Malvern Court, Malvern, co. Wor-
cester.

Charles Michael Berington, Gentleman, b. 1876. Res. —

Maj. John Joseph Berington, b. 1883; m. Florence Mary,

d. ot Edward Darell, and widow of 13th Earl of Kinnoul,

and has issue — Joseph Berington, Gentleman, b. 1920.

Res. — 213 Cromwell fioad, S.W.5.



BERKELEY. Gules, a chevron between ten crosses
patee, six in chief and fotir in base argent. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a mitre gules, labelled and garnished or, charged with
a chevron and crosses patee, as in the arms. Motto —
" Dieu avec nous."

Only son of the Rt. Hon. George Lennox Rawdon

Berkeley, 7th Earl of Berkeley, b. 1827 ; d. 1888 ;

m. i860, Cecile [d. 1914), d. of Count Edward de

Melfort Drummond : —
Rt. Hon. Randal Mowbray Thomas Berkeley, 8th
Earl of Berkeley (11 Sept. 1679), Viscount Dursley, late
Lieut. R.N., b. 1865 ; m. ist, 1887, Kate {d. 1888),
d. of WUliam Brand, and widow of Arthur Jackson ;
2nd, 1924, Mary Emlen, d. of the late John Lowell, of
Boston, U.S.A. Seats — Berkeley Castle, Glos. ; Fox-
combe, Boar's Hill, Berks. Club — Army and
Navy.

BERKELEY (H. CoU.). Gules, a chevron argent,
between ten crosses patee of the seond. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — On a woreath of the colours, a bear's
head couped argent, muzzled gules. Motto — " Dieu
avec nous."

Sons of Henry WUliam Berkeley, Esq., Major 3rd

Dragoon Gds., b. 1831 ; d. 1916 m. 1872, Matilda,

[d. 1916), d. of George Ford Copeland, of Bayshill

Cheltenham : —

Christopher Robert Berkeley, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O.,

O.B.E., Lt.-Col. Res. of Officers late Welch Regt., b.

1877 ; m. 1919, Nest, d. of Col. Sir Joseph Bradney,

C.B., of Talycoed, Moimiouth ; and has issue — (i)

Maurice Berkeley, Gentleman, b. 192 1 ; (2) Edward

Henry Berkeley, Gentleman, b. 1923 ; (3) Basil Robert

Berkeley, Gentleman, b. 1925. Res. — Fieldgate House,

Kenilworth. C/m6— Army and Navy.

Frederick Berkeley, Esq., Capt. late Cheshire Regt.,
b. 1879. Res. —

Andrew Joseph Berkeley, Gentleman, b. 1880.
Res.—

Sons of Francis Rowland Berkeley, Gentleman,
b. 1840 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1879, Frances {d. 1925),
d. of John Weld, of Leagram : —
John Berkeley-Weld, Gentleman, b. 1880 [q.v.).
Francis George Berkeley, Gentleman, b. 1882. Res. —
Sons of Robert Berkeley, Esq., J. P. and D.L.,
b. 1823 ; d. 1897 ; m. 1851, Lady Mary Catherine
Browne (d. 1924), d. of Rt. Hon. Thomas, 3rd Earl
of Kenmare : —
Robert Valentine Berkeley, Esq., J. P. and D.L., and
(1909) High Sheriff, Worcs., late Major Worcester
Militia, b. 1853 ; m. 1891, Rose, younger d. of the late
Frederick Willmott of Warley Place, Essex ; and has
surv. issue — (i) Robert George Wilmot Berkeley, Lieut.



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Worcs. Yeo., b. 1898 ; Eleanor Mary ; and Margaret
Elizabeth. Seat — Spetchley Park, co. Worcester. Club
— Junior Carlton.

"Hubert Berkeley, Esq., I.S.O., late Malay States Civ.
Sex., late Capt. 6th Batt. Worcs. Regt., b. 1864. Res. —
Clink Gate Farm, Droitwich. Club — Boodle's.

Wolstan Edward Berkeley, Gentleman, b. 1870 ;
til. 1913, Alice, d. of Col. Francis Baynham Vaughan of
Courtfield. Res. — Bruton Manor, Portishead. Clubs —
Junior Constitutional, Bath.

BERKELEY-WELD (H. Coll., 1923). Quarterly
I and 4, azure, a fesse nebuly between three crescents
ermine (for Weld) ; 2 and 3, gules, a chevron between
ten crosses pat6e argent (for Berkeley). Mantling
azure and argent. Crests — On a wreath of the colours, a
wyvern sable, guttee-d'or, wings elevated, collar and
line reflexed over the back gold (for Weld) ; on a
wreath of the colours, a bear's head couped argent,
muzzled gules (for Berkeley). Motto — " Nil sine
lumine."

Son of Francis Rowland Berkeley, Gentleman, of
Leagrim Hall, f). 1848; m. 1879, Frances, d. of John
Weld, of Leagrim : —
John Joseph Berkeley-Weld (formerly Berkeley),
Gentleman, b. 1880. Seat — Leagrim Hall, co. Lan-
caster,

BERNARD, see MORROGH-BERNARD.

BERNARD (U.O., 1667). Argent, on a bend azure,
three escallops of the field. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion argent,
holding a snake proper. Motto — " Virtus probata florebit."
Livery — Black, light blue waistcoat.

Sons of Ronald Percy Hamilton Bernard, Esq., Lt.-

Col. Rifle Brigade, b. 1875; '^- ^9^^ '< '"■• 1904. Lettice

Mina, d. of Gerald C. S. Paget : —

Rt. Hon. Percy Ronald Gardner Bernard, 5th Earl of

Bandon (39 Aug., 1800), and Viscount Bernard,

Viscount Bandon (Irel. 6 Oct. 1795), and Baron

Bandon (Irel. 30 Nov. 1793) [Supporters — Dexter,

a stag ; sinister, an unicorn, both argent, and each

ducally gorged and chained or] b. 1904. Seat — Castle

Bernard, Bandon, co. Cork.

Hon. Charles Brodrick Amyas Bernard (raised to rank ot
Earl's son 1925), Lieut. Oxford and Bucks. L.I., b. (twin)
1904.

Sons of Percy Brodrick Bernard, Esq., J. P. and D.L. ,
late Capt. 3rd Batt. R. Munster Fusiliers, b. 1844 ;
d. 1912 ; m. ist, 1872, Isabel Emma Beatrice [d. 1876),
d. of John Newton Lane of King's Bromley ; 2nd,
1880, Mary Lissey (d. 1898), d. and heiress of Denis
Kirwan of Castle Hackett, co. Galway ; 3rd, 1900,
Evangeline, d. of Henry Hoare of Staplehurst : —
Denis John Charles Kirwan Bernard, Esq., C.M.G.,
D.S.O., Lt.-Col. R. Ulster Rifles, D.L. co. Galway, b.
1882. Res. — Castle Hackett, Tuam, Galway.
Morogh Wyndham Percy Bernard, Gentleman, b. 1902.

BERNERS, Baron, see TYRWHITT-WILSON.

BERNEY of Parkehall in Reedham. Quarterly gules
and azure, over all a cross engrailed ermine. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — A plume of five ostrich feathers,
alternately azure and gules. Motto — " Nil temere, nil
timore."

Sons of Capt. Thomas Hugh Bemey, Prince of Wales'

Own W. Yorks. Regt., b. 1866; killed Monte

Christo, Tugela River, 1900 ; m. 1892, Fridzwede

Katherine {Res. — The Grange, St. James, Hales-

worth, Suffolk), d. of Lieut.-Col. F. W. Bell,

of Fermoy : —

Sir Thomas Reedham Bemey, M.C., loth Bart., of

Parkehall (5 May 1620), s. his grandfather Sir Henry

Hanson Bemey, 1907; b. 1893; m. ist, 1921, Estelle

Irene (who obtained a div. 1927), d. of R. Norton

Dawson, of The Grange, Pakefield, Lowestoft; 2nd,

1927, Marjory Erskine Gill ; and has issue — Estelle Elaine.

Res. — Barton Bendish Hall, Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

Richard Geoffrey Gordon Berney, Esq., b. 1897.
Res.—

BERNEY. Per pale azure and gules, over all a cross
engrailed ermine. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
Out of a ducal coronet, a plume of five ostrich feathers



alternately azure and gules. Motto— "Nil temeie, neque
timore." This is the ancient Motto of the family, but the
late Mr. Thomas Trench Berney took for his Motto, " In
God is my trust,"

Son of Augustus Berney, Gentleman, late of Sydney,

N.S.W. , *. 1831 ; d. 1910; m. 1858, Matilda Lavinia,

[d. 1916), d. of Col. John George Nathaniel Gibbes: —

George Augustus Berney, Gentleman, b. 1865 ; m. 1922,

Margery Scott, d. of J. B. Vt^rel, of Brook House, Norfolk,

and has issue— John V6rel Berney, Gentleman, b. 1924;

Richard Berney, Gentleman, b. 1927. 5«a/— Morton Hall,

Norfolk. C/«<5— County (Norwich).



BERRIDGE (U.O.). Azure, on a fesse between three
dolphins naiant or, as many anchors erect sable. Mant-




ling azure and or. Crest— On an anchor fessewise sable,
a dove rising proper. Motto — " Semper fidelis."

Son of Richard Berridge of Ballynahinch Castle : —
Richard Berridge, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Galway
(High Sheriff 1894), b. 1870; m. 1905, Marie Eulalia,
d. of Robert W. Lesley of Lesselyn Court, Haversford,
Penn. , U.S.A. ; and has issue — (i) Robert Leslie Beriidge,
Gentleman, b. igoj ; (2) Francis Richard Berridge, Gentle-
man, b. 1910; (3) James Willcox Berridge, Gentleman, b.
1918 ; Anne Thompson ; and Eulalie Beatrice. Seat —
Screebe, Maam Cross, co. Galway.



BERRY (H. Coll., 12 May 1924). Argent, three bars
gules, over all a pile ermine, charged with three martlets
sable, in base the attires of a stag proper. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
griffin sejant regardant sable, resting the dexter claw on
the attire of a stag or. Badge — A daffodil proper, be-
tween two roses gules, all leaved and shpped proper, en-
filed by the circlet of a baron's coronet or. Supporters —
On a mount vert, dexter, a buck proper, charged on the
shoulder with a divining rod also proper ; sinister, a
dragon gules. Motto — " Cogitatione et constantia."
Eldest son of John Mathias Berry, Esq., J. P., of
Merthyr Tydfil, b. 1847; d. 1917 ; m. 1870, Mary
Ann, d. of Thomas Rowe, of Pembroke Dock : —
The late Rt. Hon. Henry Seymour Berry, ist Baron
Buckland, of Bwlch (1926), J. P., Merthyr Tydfil, Knight
of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of
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eldest d. of Simon Sandbrook, Esq., J. P., of Merthyr
Tydfil ; and left issue — Hon. Gwladys Eileen, M.F.H.,
Gelligaer Hounds ; Hon. Mary Lorraine ; Hon. Dorothy




Margaret ; Hon. Joan Sybil ; Hon. Cecily Eveline-
Seat — Buckland, Bwlch, Brecon.

BERRY (H. Coll.). Argent, three bars gules,
over all a pile ermine, charged with three martlets
sable, in base two pens saltirewise proper. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — A griffin sejant regardant
sable, resting the dexter claw on an escarbuncle or.
Motto—" Vivere virtute."

Son of John Mathias Berry, Esq., J.P., of Gwaelody-

garth, Merthyr Tydfil, b. 1847 ; d. 1917 ; m. 1870,

Mary Ann, d. of Thomas Rowe of Pembroke Dock : —

Sir William Ewert Berry, ist Bart., of Longcross,

Surrey (4 July 192 1), Editor-in-Chief of The Sunday

Times, Chairman of AUied Newspapers Ltd., b. 1879 ;

m. 1905, Mary Agnes, d. of Thomas Corns, of 2 Bolton

Street, W. ; and has issue — John Seymour Berry, Esq.,

b. 1909; William Michael Berry, Esq., b. 1911 ;

Rodney Mathias Berry, Esq., b. 1917 ; Julian Berry,

Esq., b. 1920; Mary Cecilia; Sheila; Molly Patricia;

Diana Phyllis. Seat — Barrow Hills, Long Cross, Surrey.

Toum Res. — 2 Seamore Place, S.W. Clubs — Carlton,

R.T.Y.



BERRY of Charlwood (H. Coll.) Gules, three bars
vair, over all a pile argent charged with three roses of
the field, barbed and seeded proper. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — On a wreath argent and gules, a
grififin sejant azure, beak and forelegs gules, collared
and chained or, and holding in the beak a rose also gules,
barbed, seeded, leaved, and slipped proper. Badge —
A rose gules, barbed and seeded, between two daffodils,
all leaved and slipped proper. Motto — " Perseverando
salus."

Son of William Berry, Gentleman, of Newton-le-
Willows,6. 1835 ; d. 1900; m. 1857, Sabina, d. of
C. Hibbert, of Nottingham : —
Albert Eustace Berry, Gentleman, B.Sc, b. 1875,
w. 1899, Edith M. R. Smith; and has issue — Eustace
Albert Berry, Gentleman, b. 1900 ; Derbe Carlton Berry,
Gentleman, b. 1906. Seat — Rowgardens Wood, Charl-
wood, Surrey. Town res. — 181 St. James Court, S.W.
C/w6— Constitutional.

BERRY (L.O., matric, 1919)- Quarterly, i and 4,
vert, a cross crosslet argent (Berry) ; 2 and 3, parted per
pale argent and sable, on a chaplet four mullets all
counterchanged(forNairne), in the centre of the quarters
a crescent or, all within a bordure of the last. Mantling
vert, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a
demi-lion rampant gules, armed and langued, holding
in his dexter paw a cross crosslet fitchee aziu-e. Mottoes
— (i) " In hoc signo vinces " (over the crest) ; (2)
" I'Esperance me comforte " (under the shield).



Son of Robert Berry, Gentleman, LL.D., Advocate,

formerly Sheriff of Lanarkshire, b. 1825 ; d. 1903 ;

m. 1864, Mary, d. of John Miller, Gentleman, of

Stewartfield : —
Arthur John Berry, Esq., M.A., and Fellow of Downing
College, Cambridge, b. 1886; m. 191 1, Ethel Frances,
d. of the Rev. T. D. Gray, formerly senior chaplain,
Bengal Presidency, and late vicar of Babraham, Cambs.,
and has issue — Frances Mary ; Claudine ; and Mary.
Res. — 14 Regent Street, Cambridge. C/wfr— Athenaeum.

BERRY. Gules, on a fesse engrailed cottised or, three
torteaux, in chief as many leopards' faces argent.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the




colours, a griffin's head erased argent, charged on the

neck with three torteau.x. Motto— " Ne cede malis."

Livery — Claret, faced with yellow.

Sons of Edward Ring Berry, Esquire, Col. 6ist Regt.
of Foot, b. April 10, 1828 ; m. July 3, 1856, Margaret,
only dau. of Christopher Oliverson of Goosnargh,
Lancashire, by his wife Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas
Abraham of Whittingham, Lancashire:—
Edward Berry, Esq., formerly Capt. nth Royal Prussian

Hussars, d. Jan. 5, i860.

William Berry, Gentleman, i. Dec 29, 1871 ; m. Oct. 16,

1900, Helen, dau. of WiUiam Garvie of Scone, Perthshire.

J?es. —

HENRY FITZPATRICK BERRY, Esquire, I.S.O..
M.R.I. A., D.Litt. (Dub.), Barrister-at- Law, Assist. Deputy-
Keeper of the Public Records in Ireland. Born May 12,
1847, being the eldest son of Parsons Berry of Mallow, co.
Cork, by his wife Isabella, dau. of Willianri Fitz Patrick of
Loughill House, co. Kilkenny. Armorial bearings —
Gules, on a fesse engrailed cottised or, three torteaux, in
chief as many leopards' faces argent. Mantling gules and
or. Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, a griffin's head
erased argent, charged on the neck with three torteaux.
Married, July 25, 1895, Sarah Elizabeth Letitia, dau. of
Hastings Twiss, Esq., J. P., of Birdhill House, co. Tip-
perary. Postal address— e,iWa.teT\oo Road, Dublin. Club
— University (Dublin).

BERRY of Farnham (H. Coll., 16 June 1924). Argent,
three bars gules, over aU a pile ermine, charged with
three martlets sable, in base two wings conjoined proper.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of
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dexter claw on a Catherine-wheel or. Motto — " Persevera

et viiice."

Son of Alderman John Mathias Berry, of Merthyr
Tydfil, b. 1847 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1870 : —
Sir James Gomer Berry, ist Bart. (1928), b. 1883; m.

1907, Mary Lilian (d. 1928), d. of Horace G. Holmes,

Esq., J. P. Res. — Farnham Chase, Famham Royal,

Bucks. ; Chandos House, W.

BERRY (H. Coll.). Or, on a fesse azure three fleurs-
de-lys of the field, in chief two roses in saltire proper.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
between two wings azure, an eagle's head or, holding in
the beak a sword in bend proper. Motto — " Per ardua."
Son of Berry, of , b, ;

m. : —

Trevor Thornton Berry, Lieut. Somerset L.L, b.
Res.—

BERRY (rematric. L.O. 1900), Quarterly, i and 4, vert, a
cross crosslet argent (Berry, 1785) ; 2 and 3, parted per pale
argent and sable, on a chaplet, four mullets counterchanged
(Nairne, 15th cent.), in the centre of thequarters a ciescent
or, for difference. Mantling vert, doubled argent. Crest—
Upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant gules,
armed and langued, holding in his dexter paw a cross cross-
let filch^e azure : and in an escroll over the same this




Motto — " In hocsigno vinces " ; (below), " L'esp^rance'me

comforte."

Son of Robert Berry, Esq., Barrister-at-Law' (Inner
Temple) and Advocate, Sheriff of Lanarkshire, J. P. and
D.L. for CO. of City of Glasgow, and J. P. for co. of
Lanark, M. A. and formerly Fellow Trin. Coll. , Camb. ,
and Hon. LL.D. (Edin.), Professor of Law in Glasgow
University 1867-1887, d. 1825 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1864,
Mary, d. of the late John Miller, Esq. , son of the late Sir
William Miller of Glenlee, Bart., Judge of the Court
of Session, under the name of Lord Glenlee : —
William Robert Berry, Gentleman, 6. 1865; m. 1905,

Eleanora Hairiette, d. of John Oswald Mitchell, LL.D.

Res. — Farrs, Wimborne, Dorset.



WILLIAM BERRY, Esq., O.BE., of Tayfield, in the
county of Fife, Justice of the Peace, Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Laws, Advocate. Born May 9, 1864, being the
eldest son of the late John Berry of Tayfield, Advocate, by his
wife Margaret Higgins, third dau. of John Burn-Murdoch of
Neuck and Coldoch, co. Stirling, and his wife, Anne Maule
Murdock of Gartincaber, co. Perth. Armorial bearings
(rematric. L.O. 1870)— Quarterly, 1 and 4, vert a cross
crosslet argent (Berry, 1785) ; 2 and 3, per pale argent and




able, on a chaplet four mullets counterchanged (Nairne,
iSth cent.). Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befit-
ting his degree, with a Mantling gules, doubled argent ; and
upon a wreath 01 his liveries is set for Crest, a demi-lion
gules, holding in his dexter paw a cross crosslet fitch^e
azure. Mottoes — Above, " In hoc signo vinces ; " below,
" L'esp6rance me comforte." Livery — Dark green and
white. Married, 1906, Wilhelmina [d. 1907), third d. of
Allen Graham Barns-Graham of Lymekilns and Craigallian ;
and has had Issue — John Berry, Gentleman, b. 1907. Seat —
Tayfield, Newport, in the county of Fife. Club — New
(Edinburgh).

BERTIE (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i. argent, three batter-
ing-rams barwise in pale proper, headed and garnished
azure (Bertie) ; 2. sable, a shattered castle triple-towered
argent (Willoughby) ; 3. quarterly, gules and or, in the first
quarter a nuiUet argent (De Vere, Earls of Oxford); 4.
argent, a fesse between two bars gemels gules (Baddlesmere).
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a Saracen's head affront^e, couped at the
breast proper, ducally crowned or. Motto — ''Loyaut6
m'oblige."

Only son of the Rl. Hon. Montagu Peregrine Bertie,

nth Earl of Lindsey, b. 1815; d. 1899; m. 1854,

Felicia Elizabeth {d. 1927), d. of Rev. John Earle

Welby :—

Rt. Hon. Montagu Peregrine Albemarle Bertie, 12th

Earl of Lindsey (Eng., 22 Nov. 1626), J. P. and D.L.

CO. Line In, &c. [Supporters— Dexter, a pilgrim cr friar,

vested in russet, with his crutch and rosary or ; sinister,

a savage, wreathed about the temples and waist with

ivy], b. 1861 ; m. 1890, Millicent, d. of J. C. C<jx of

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Vere [m. 1922, Capt. H. Liddell Grainger, of Ayton Castle,
Berwickshire]. Seat— Uffington House, Stamford, co.
Lincoln. Town Res. —$3 Eaton Square, S.W. Cluis —
Carlton ; Wellington.

Bi'.RTiE. Quarterly, i to 4 as above ; 5. azure, on
a chief or, three martlets gules (Wray of Glentworth) ; 6.
quarterly, argent and gules, in the secf nd and third quaiters
a fret or, over all a fesse azure (Norreys) ; 7. argent, a fesse
between three crescents sable (Lee of Quarendon); 8. or,
fretty azure (Willoughby of Parham). Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath cf the colours, a
Saracen'sheadaffrc ntde, couped below the shoulders proper,
ducally cr wned or, and charged on the breast with a fret
azure. Motto — " Virtus arriete fortior."

Only son of Montagu Charles Francis Towneley- Bertie,
commonly called Lord Norreys (eld. son of 7th Earl of
Abingdon), Capt. late Berks. Regt., d. i860; d. 1919 ;
m. 1885, Hon. Rcse Riversdale Glyn, sister of 4th Baron
Wc Iverton : —
Rt. Hon. Montagu Henry Edmund Cecil Bertie, 8th Earl
of Abingdon (Eng., 30 Nov. 1682), and Baron Norreys
(Eng., 8 May 1572), Capt. late Gren. Gds. (S.R.) [Sup-
porters—Dexter, a friar vested in russet grey, with a crutch,
rosary, &c. , proper; sinister, a savage proper, wreathed
about the temples and waist with leaves vert, each supporter
charged on the breast with a fret azure], d. 1887. Clui —
Carlton.

Sons of Rt. Hon. Montagu Arthur Bertie, 7th Earl of

Abingdon, (J. 1836; d. 1C28 ; by his 2nd wife, m. 1883,

Gwendoline Mary, d. of the late Lt.-Gen. the Hon. Sir

James C. Dormer, K.C.B. : —

Hon. Arthur Michael Bertie, D.S.O., M.C., Maj. late

The Rifle Bde. , sometime Hen. Attach^ at Petrograd, i.

1886. C/«3— Travellers".

Hrn. James Willoughby Bertie, Lieut. R.N., i>. 1901.
C/«^J— Naval and Military, Bath.

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Francis Leveson Bertie, P.C.,

G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., ist Viscount Bertie of

Thame, H.M.'s Ambassador at Paris, and formerly

(1903-4) at Rcme, Assist. Under-Sec. of State for

Foreign Affairs 1894-1903,/^. 1844; ^- 1919 ; '«• 1874,

Lady Feodorowna Cecilia Wellesley, d. of ist Earl

Cowley : —

Rt. Hon. Vere Frederick Bertie, 2nd Viscount Bertie of

Thame (2 Sept. 1918^ 2nd Baron Bertie of Thame (28 Jan.

1915), Bar.-at-Law, Inner Temple, d. 1878 [Supporters as

Lord Abingdon, but charged with a crescent for difference],

m. 1901, Nora, d. of Frederick Webb. Res. — 62 St. James's

Court, S.W.i. C/«*J-— Marlborough, Brooks's.

Yngr. sons of 6th Earl of Abingdon, i. 1808; d. 1884 ;
m. 1835, Elizabeth, d. cf George Verncn Harcourt,
M.P. :—
Rev. the Hon. Alberic Edward Bertie, M.A. (Oxon.),
Rector of Gedling 1887-93, d. 1846 ; m. 1881, Lady Caroline
Elizabeth McDonnell, d. of 5th Earl of Antrim ; and has