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4th son of Gen. W. E. D. Broughton, t. 1837; d.
1895 ; m. 1870, Laura Margaret {d. 1906), d. of Stephen
Lawson : —
Legh Harley Delves Broughton, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col.
Res. of Officers, late Major R.F.A. , i. 1873; '"• 1903.
Constance, d. of G. Randall Johnson of Feniton Court,
Devon ; and has issue — (i) Legh Randall Delves Brough-
ton, Gentleman, d. 1904; (2) William Eelward Delves
Broughton, Gentleman, d. 1908; (3) John RowUs Delves
B.''oughton, Gentleman, d. 1910 ; and Agnes Laura
Margaret, /^es. —

William Edward Delves Broughton, M.C., Maj. Res.
of Officers, Ute Lieut. R.A. , d. 1879; in. 1912, Dorothy
Grace, d. of Edward Fairfax Studd, Esq., M.A., J. P., of
Oxton, Devon ; and has issue — William Harley Fairfax
Delves Broughton. Gentleman, 6. 1913. Hes. —

Son of Frederick Spencer Delves Broughton, Gentle-
man, d. 1850; d. 1890; m. 1874, Susan Reeves, d. of
Rev. Horatio Hewitt : —



Horatio Delves Broughton, Gentleman ; and has issue
by 2nd wife — Frederick Spencer Delves Broughton, Gentle-
man, b. 1922. A'«. —

Descendant of Edward Delves Broughton, Gentleman,
6. 1816 ; d. 1889; m. 1847, Penelope {d. 1883), sister
and h. of James Walthall Hammond of Wiststona
Hall :—
(See Walthall).
Son of J )hn Lambert Broughton, Esq., Capt. Stafford-
shire Militia, d. 1831 ; d. ; m. 1859, Anne Selina,
d. of Ralph Adderley of Coton and Barlaston, co.
Stafford :—
Hubert John Broughton, who has taken the additional
name and arms of Adderley (see Broughton-Adderley).

BROUGHTON (H. Coll., 31 Dec. 1923). Argent, in
base two bars, and in dexter chief point a saltire couped
gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, in front of a bull's head erased sable,
collared and chained or, three fleurs-de-lys gold. Badge —
A bull's head erased sable, collared and chained, and
charged on the neck with three escallops fessewise or.
Motto—" Si je puis."

Eldest son of John Broughton, Gentleman, of
Wrexham, b. 1831; d. 1920; m. 1854, Abigail
Elizabeth O 'Hanlon :—
Urban Hanlon Broughton, Gentleman, M.P. Preston




1915-18, b. 1857 : tn. 1895, Cara Leland (Gr. for Rogers,
31 Dec. 1923, Argent, on a chevron between in chief
two stags trippant and respectant, and in base a stag
trippant sable, attired or, an escallop fessewise of the
last), d. of Henry Huttleston Rogers, of New York; and
has issue — Urban Huttleston Rogers Broughton, Gentle-
man, late Lieut ist Life Guards, b. 1896 ; Capt. Henry
Rogers Broughton, Royal Horse Guards, b. 1900. Seai —
Park Close, Englefield Green, Surrey. Town res. —
37 Park Street, Grosvenor Square, W.i. Clubs — Marl-
borough, Boodle's, Carlton, R.Y.S. (Cowes).

HUBERT JOHN BROUGHTON-ADDERLEY, Gentle-
man, late Lieutenant 4th Battalion Prince of Wales' North
Staffordshire Regiment. Born i860, being the eldest son
of John L. Broughton of Almington Hall, in the county of



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Stafford, by his wife Anne Selina, youngest daughter of the
late Ralph Adderley of Coton Hall, and nephew of the late
Ralph Thomas Adderley, Esquire, of Barlaston and Coton ;
succeeded his brother 1885 ; assumed the name of Adderley
by Royal Licence in 1886. Armorial bearings — He bears
for Arms : Argent, on a bend azure, three mascles of the
field, and impaling the arms of Handcock, namely ermine,
on a chief sable, a dexter hand between two cocks argent,
armed, wattled, and jelloped gules. Upon the escutcheon
is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling
azure and argent ; and for his Crest, on a chapeau gules,
turned up ermine, a stork argent. Married, 1886, the Hon.
Florence Margaret, second daughter of the Right Honour-
able Richard Handcock, fourth Baron Castlemaine ; and
has had Issue — (i) Peter Handcock Broughton-Adderley,
Esq., M.C., Capt. Scots Gds., Lieut. Staffordshire Yeo.,
b. 1891 ; d. 1918, of wounds received in action; (2) Arthur
Ralph Handcock Broughton-Adderley, Gentleman, Lieut,
late Scots Gds., b. 1894 [pn. 1919, Chloe Philip, and has
issue — Ann] ; (3) Edward Randolph Broughton-Adderley,
b. 1899 [w. Dorothy Norris, and has itsue] ; and Edith
Rosamond [?«. 1911, Frederick Guy Knight]. Seats — Bar-
laston Hall, Stoke-on-Trent ; Coton Hall, Sudbury, in the
CO. of Derby ; Tunstall Hall, Market Drayton.

BROUN of Colstoun. Gules, a chevron between three
fleurs-de-Iys or. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest —
On a wreath of his liveries, a lion rampant, holding
in the dexter forepaw a fleur-de-lys or. Motto — " Floreat
majestas."

Eld. son of Sir William Broun, loth Bart., b. 1848 ;

d. 1918 ; m. 1871, Alice Jane (d. 1921), d. of James

Peters of Manly Beach, N.S.W. :—
Sir James Lionel Broun, nth Bart. (N.S. 16 Feb. 1685),
of Colstoun, CO. Haddington, b. 1875; m. 1925, Georgie,
d. of Henry Law, of Kedron. Res. — Colstoun, Guimedab,
Nandewar, N.S.W. ; Thorndyke, Coonamble, N.S.W.

BROUN-LINDSAY (L.O.). Quarterly, first and
fourth grand quarters, gules, a fesse chequy argent and
azure (for Lindsay) ; second grand quarter or, a lion
rampant gules, armed and langued azure, debruised of
a ribbon sable (for Abemethy) ; third grand quarter,
counter-quartered ; first and fourth, gules, a bend
between six cross crosslets fitchee argent (for Howard) ;
second and third, argent, a Hon rampant gules, armed
and langued azure (for Forward) ; in the centre of the
grand quarters, a mullet azure for difference. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest — The head, neck and
wings of a swan proper. Motto — " Endiu-e fort."

Son of Alfred Lindsay, Gentleman, 6. 1853 ; <i. 1901 ;
m. 1882, Isabel Katherine, d. of Rev. George
Barons Northcote, Rector of Feniton, co. Devon : —
Humphrey George Maiurice Broim-Lindsay, Esq.,
D.S.O. (1919), M.P., Major (ret.) King's Own Scot-
tish Borderers, served in Great War as Brig.-Maj.,
France and Italy, 1918-19, D.A.A. and Q.M.G., Italy,
1919-20, D.A.A.G. Egypt, 1920-21, M.P. Partick Div.
Glasgow from 1924, b. 1888 ; m. 1921, Edith Christian
Broun-Baird, d. of John George Alexander Baird, of
Wellwood, Muirkirk (when he assimied the additional
siurname of Broun) ; and has issue — Colin George
Broun-Lindsay, Gentleman, b. 1926. Res. — 51 Cadogan
Place, S.W.I.

BROUN-MORISON (L,0.. 1866 and 1885). Quarterly,
I and 4, argent a fesse sable between three Moors' heads
couped proper, banded or (Morison) ; 2 and 3, gules,
a chevron between three fieurs-de-Iys argent (Broun).
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crests — On the de.xter
side, on a wreath of the liveries, three Moors' heads con-
joined in one neck proper, banded or, one looking upwards,
the others to the dexter and sinister (Morison) ; and on the
sinister side, on a wreath of the liveries, a lion rampant
proper, holding in the dexter fore-paw a fleur-de-lys argent
(Broun). Mottoes (above the crests) — " Prudentia praestet" ;
" Floreat majestas." Liveries — White, with black facings,
and white, with red facings.

Son of John Broun-Morison, Esq. , J.P., D.L. , 3. 1840;

d. 1912; w. 1864, Eve Magdalene {d. 1896), d. of

George Waugh of Queensborough Terrace, London : —

Guy Edward Broun-Morison, Esq., J. P. cos. Perth and

Kinross, b. 1867; m. 1903, Florence Beatrice Crowley ; and

has issue — Eva Muriel de Annand ; and Rosemary de

Annand. Estates — Murie, in the co. of Perth ; Finderlie, in

the CO. of Kinross. Post. add. —



FRANCIS HENRY ERNEST BROUNCKER. Gen-
tleman, late Lieut. R.A. Born Jan. 29, 1865, being the only
son of the late Henry Francis Brouncker, Esq. , J. P. cos.
Southampton and Dorset, late Lieut. 24th Regt., by his wife
Mary Katherine, eldest dau. of Everson Harrisson, Esq., of
Tolethorpe Hall, Rutlandshire, J. P. Armorial bearings
(H. Coll.) — Argent, six pellets, three, two, and one, a chief
embattled sable, thereon a lozenge fessewise of the field,
charged with a cross pat6e of the second between iwo'
crescents of the first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, out of battlements sable, a
dexter cubit arm vested, charged with two bendlets wavy
of the first, holding in the hand proper a lozenge in pale,,
charged with a cross pat^e, as in the arms. MottO — "Duty."
Livery — Black, with silver buttons. Mar7-ied. Oct. 29,
1889, Clementina Mary, dau. of C. D. F. Phillips, M.D.,.
LL.D. Res. — Gorwell, Barnstaple. Club — Conservative.

BROWELL (H. Coll., 25 March 1831). Azure, on a
rock, in base proper an eagle with wings elevated argent,
in chief a naval crown or between two estoiles also argent.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the




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colours, a rock proper, thereon in front of an anchor

cabled in bend sinister sable, an eagle rising also proper.

Motto — " Virtute quam astutia."

Sons of Edward Thomas Browell, Esq., Col. R.A. , b.
March 16, 1842 ; d. 1915 ; m. Oct. 12, 1869, Catherine
Mary Amelia Helen, d. of Rev. Edward Thrupp, Vicar
of Feltham, Middx.: — f

Langton William Browell, Esq., Comdr. R.N. (ret.),

b. Sept. 2, 1871 ; m. 1906, Lillian Mabel Dagmar, d. of

Henry Hodder, of Clifton, Bristol. Res. — Kamptee Cottage,

New Milton, Hants.
Maj. Henry Frith Browell, Manchester Regt., D.L. ,

J. P. Surrey, ^. Nov. 21, 1872; ot. 1907, Constance Mary,

d. of George Lovibond, of Bridgwater. Res. — Merrow

House, Merrow, nr. Guildford.

William Morris Browell, Gentleman, b. March 25, 1875;

m. 1915, Mary Eloise, d. of Rev, Canon Deane ; and has

issue. Res.—

Rev. Frederick James Browell, M.A. , Clerk in Holy

Orders, b. July 17, 1879 ; m. 1912, Beatrice, d. of John

Francis Faed, of London. Res. — The Vicarage. Feltham,

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BROWN, see GILPIN-BROWN. HARVIE-BROWN.
GARDNER- BROWN, M'KERRELL- BROWN, and
OSWALD-BROWN.

BROWN (H. Coll., 1863). Gules, a chevron or, between
two bears' paws erased in chief argent, and in base four
hands conjoined in saltire of the second, on a chief engrailed
or. an eagle displayed sable. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a bear's paw, as in the
arms, issuant out of a wreath of oak and holding a sinister
hand all proper. Motto — " Est concordia fratrum." Livery
— Dark green coat, red waistcoat, silver buttons.

Sons of Sir William Richmond Brown, 2nd Bart., 01

Astrop. Banbury, and 34 Chesham Place. S.W., D. L.

(High Sheriff 1873), Col. ist Brigade Lanes. Artill.

Vols., b. 1840; (/. 1906; m. 1862, Emily, d. of Gen.

William T. B. Mountsteven : —
Sir Melville Richmond Brown, 3rd Bart. (24 Jan. 1863),
Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batt. Devonsh. Regt. . b. 1866 ;
m. 1906, Lilian Alice (Mabel), F.L.S., F.R.G.S., F.Z.S..
eldest d. of Robert Roussel of Rohais. Guernsey. Seat —
Burgate Court, Fordingbridge, Hants.

PVederick Richmond Brown, Esq., b. 1868; m. 1900,
Anne Dumville Luxnioore, d. of the late George John
Dumville Lees of Woodhill, Oswestry, and Okehampton



Douglas Clifton Brown, Gentleman. M.A. (Camb. ),
Lieut. -Col. Northumberland Hussars, late Capt. ist
Dragoon Guards. .VI.P. for He.xham, b. 1879; ni. 1907.
Violet, d. of Frederick WoUaston, Esq., D.L., of Shenton
House. Nuneaton, and has issue — .-Xudrey Pellew Clifton
Brown, Gentleman, b. 1908. Res. — Ruffside Hall, Shotley
Bridge, co. Durham, C/«3j— Carlton ; Cavalry.

Cedric Clifton Brown, Gentleman, late Gren. Gds.. b.
1887. Res.—\\ Park Place, St. James's, S.W.

Son of Gordon Hargreaves Brown, Esq.. Capt. Cold-
stream Guards, b. 1880; killed in action 1914 ; m. 1910,
Editha Ivy (who assumed by R.L., 1925, the additional
surname of Pigott), d. of Adm. William Harvey Pigott
of Doddershall Park, Bucks. : —
Sir John Hargreaves Pigott-Brown, 2nd Bart. [q.v.).
Son of Sir Alexander Hargreaves Brown, ist Bart., of
Broome Hall, Surrey, J. P., M.P., b. 1844; d. 1922;
m. 1876, Henrietta Agnes Terrell (d. 1921), d. of Charles
Ridpath Blaudy of Madeira : —
Walter Hargreaves Brown, Esq., M.A. (Camb.), b. 1881 ;
m. 1913, Alberta Laura, d. of late Capt. Grey Mainwaring,
R.N. ; and has issue — Alexander Bruce Hargreaves Brown,
Gentleman, b. 1918 ; Hugh Gordon Hargreaves Brown,
Gentleman, b. 1920; Susan Henrietta Hargreaves; and
Margaret Hargreaves. Res. — 39 Phillimore Gardens, W.8.
C/«(^j— Brooks's ; R.Y.S.




BROWN of Redhall, CO. Kincardine (L.O., 6 April 1905).
Vert, on a chevron between three fleurs-de-lys or., as many



Park. Devon; and has issue — (i) Charles Frederick Rich-
mond Brown. Lieut. Welsh Gds.. b. 1902; (2) Ralph
Richmond Brown, Gentleman, b. 1904; and Diana Sybil
Richmond. Res. — Llanfair, Carnarvon. N. Wales. Club —
Wellington.

Sons of James Clifton Brown. Esq., J. P.. M.A. .
i,\|i' M.P.. b. 1841 ; d. 1917 ; ni. 1866, Amelia {d, 1920),

d. of Charles Rowe of Elm House. Liverpool : —
'^ Brig. -Gen. Howard Clifton Brown, late comdg. 12th
Lancers, J. P., D.L. Sussex. M.P. S. Berks. 1922-23, and
1924-26, b. 1868 ; m. 1903. Mary Eirene, d. of Sir Henry
Hodges. Judge of the High Court, Melbourne ; and has
issue — Elizabeth ; Katharine ; and Margaret. Seat — -
Holmbush, Faygate. Sussex. Town res. — 96 Eaton Square.
S.W. I.

Edward Clifton Clifton-Brown. Esq.. J. P. Bucks,
(assumed by Deed Poll the additional surname of Clifton).
b. 1870 : m. 1897, Dora Winifred, d. of (i. Hanbury of
Bljrthewood, Bucks. ; and has issue — Geoffrey Benedict
Brown. Gentleman, Lieut. 12th Lancers, b. 1899 [m. 1927.
Robina Margaret, d. of the late Rowland Sutton, and
widow of Capt. Denis Miller] ; Anthony George Brown,
Gentlem in, ^. 1903; and Rhona [m. 1927. Major Weston
Cracroft-Amcotts]. Res. — 22 Rutlami Gate, S.W.

Francis Clifton Brown, Esq., C.B., C.M.G., Vice-Adm.
(ret.) R.N., J. P. Berks., 3. 1874; m. 1913, Violet, d. of late
William Pitcairn Gallon. Res. — Stanford Place. Faring-
don, Berks. C/k*— Naval and Military.




castles sable, windows and portcullises gules. Mantling'
vert and or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a stag's
head caboshed sable, attired or. Motto — " Labor omnia
vincit." K'-;

Son of Alexander Brown in New Machar, Aberdeen-
shire, m. , Lily, d. of George Mitchell in New
Machar : —
Sir John Brown, Knt. Bach. (1920), J. P. co. Kincar-
dine and CO. of City of Aberdeen, b. 1855 ; m. 1879.
Barbara, d. of Joseph Troup, and has had issue — John
Brown. Esq., b. 1883 ; killed in action 1918 ; Barbara [wj.
and has issue]; Elizabeth Ann \m. and has issue]; and
Lily [m. and has issue]. Seat — Redhall, Fordoun. co.
Kincardine. Town res. — 10 Marine Terrace. Aberdeen.

BROWN (H. Coll., 25 Sept. 1922). Gules, on a chev-
ron, between in chief two fleurs-de-Iys argent, and in
base a rose of the second, barbed and seeded proper, an
eagle's head erased also proper. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, fii front of
an eagle's head erased proper, gorged with a chaplet
of roses argent, leaved vert, two fleurs-de-lys or.
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Son of James Alexander Brown, Gentleman, of
Westbourne Avenue, Hull : —
Adam Brown, Esq., Lt.-Col. T.D., late Comdg. E.R.
Heavy Brigade R.A., Liveryman of Worshipful Company
of Plasterers, Fellow Roy Philatelic Soc, London, Free-
man of the City of London, b. 1886; m. 1912, Nina
Mary Bradley, and has issue — James Adam Brown,
Gentleman, b. 19 13. Res. — Ashburnham, Moor Park,
Herts. Club — Constitutional (Hull).

BROWN (H. Coll.). Argent, on a cross gules, be-
tween in the first and fourth quarters a martlet,
and in the second and third a mullet all sable, another
cross engrailed or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount, a hurst
of trees, and issuing therefrom a dexter hand grasping a
nail palewise all proper. Motto — "E silva ferrum."
Sons of William Brown, Gentleman, of Bridge Hall,
Bradwell, Essex, joint lord of the Manor of Nayling-
hurst, Essex, b. ; d. ; m. : —

Albert Brown, Merchant, Master of the Company of
Tinplate Workers, joint Lord of the Manor of Nayling-
hurst, Rayne, Essex, b. . Res. — 138 Stamford

Hill, London.

William Brown, b. . Res. —

Clement Porter Brown, b. . Res. —

Ernest Brown, b. . Res. —

Frederick Brown, b. . Res. —

Peter Brown, b. . Res, —

BROWN ( H. Coll. ). Per pale sable and gules, on a bend
engrailed, with plain double cottises, between two escallops
argent, three lions passant guardant of the first. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours,
two escallops or, thereon resting an eagle displayed vert, in
the beak a cross crosslet fitch^e gold. Motto — " Suivez
raison " : —

Sons of Rev. Di.xon Dixon Brown, J. P., D.L., M.A.,
of Unthank Hall, Haltwhistle, i. 1826; d. 1901 ; m.
5 July i860, Georgiana Elizabeth, d. of Col. Ferrers
Loftus : —

Lionel Dixon Brown, Esq., J. P. Northumberland, f>.
14 Feb. 1865 ; m. 1895, Isabella Winifred, d. of Lt.-Col.
The mpson, (.f Milton Hall, Carlisle ; and has issue — Robert
Lionel Dixon Brown, Gentleman, ^. 1901 ; Ralph Dixon
Brown, Gentleman, 3. 1904 ; Lionel Charles Dixon Brown,
Gentleman, d. 1913 ; and Marcia Gertrude. Res. — Dissing-
ton Hall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Alfred Dixon Brown, Gentleman, d. 22 June, 1867.
Res.—

BROWN (H. Coll.). Per chevron nebuly gules and
azure, two hinds trippant in chief and a tower in base or.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
upon a tower fessewise sable, a falcon rising, belled and
jessed or. Motto — " Nil desperandum auspice Deo."

Son of Rev. Joseph Thomas Brown, Canon of Christ

Church, Oxford, d. 1817 ; d. 1897; m. 1853, Emma, d.

of William Colborne 1 owers. Ensign 3rd Guards : —

Charles Samuel Sneade Brown, Gentleman, i>. i860;

m. 1889, Fanny Margaret, d. of Sir William Anderson,

K.C.B., F.R.S., D.C.L., Director-Gen. Royal Ordnance

Factories; and has surv. issue — (i) William Noel Sneade

Brown, Gentleman, d. 1894. Res. —

BROWN (H. Coll.). Per pale argent and sable, within
two bendlets, as many lions passant, the whole between two
fleurs-de-lys all counterchanged. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
griffin's head erased per pale sable and argent, gorged
with a collar flory counterflory, counterchanged, five bezants
fessewise. Motto — " Si sit prudentia."

Sons of David Brown, Gentleman, of Compton, Ash-
bo rne, Derby, and Southport, Lanes., 6. 1833; d.
1918:—
Alleyne Brown, Gentleman, d. 1863. Res. — Southport.
Frederick W. Brown, Gentleman, F:S.A., d. 1865; m.,
and has i-sue— Geoffrey Mainwaring Brown, Esq., O.B. E.,
M.A., Major late D.A.Q.M.G., i. 1891 ; and Marjorie.
Res. — Southport, Lanes. Ciud — Garrick.

BROWN of Dalnair {L.O., 3 Oct. 1902). Parted per
chevron argent and gules, two fleurs-de-lys in chief and in base
a lymphad, all counterchanged, flags azure, charged with a
saltire of the first. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest



-On a wreath of his liveries, a lion rampant gules. MottO
-' ' Famas studiosus honestae." Livery — Dark blue.

Sons of Thomas Brown, Esq., J. P., of Dalnair, co.
Stirling, b. 1831; d. 1912 ; m. i860, Jemima Jean
[d. 1916), d. of John Hunter of Burnhead : —
David .Arthur Douglas Brown, Gentleman, b. 1871 ; m.




1902, Violet Florence, d. of Luke Sweetman Eiffe, B.L. ,
of Dublin. Res. —

Brig.-Gen. Percy Wilson Brown, C.M.G., D. S.O.,
late Gordon Highlanders, Member ot the Royal Company
of Archers, has Star of Roumania, and Croix de Guerre
(France). (Arms as above but (rematric. 6 Oct. 1902) parted
per chevron embattled etc.), b. 1876 ; m. 1923, Janet
Margaret, d. of Charles Edward Galbraiih, of The
Barony, co. Dumfries ; and has issue — Anthony Thomas
Charles Brown, Gentleman, b, 1924; Derek Hunter
Wilson Brown, Gentleman, b. 1926. Res. — Kmdar Lodge,
New Abbey, by Dumfries. Clubs — Naval and Military ;
New (Edinburgh).

BROWN of Fordell (L.O., matric. 1928). Azure, a
chevron between three fleiur-de-lys or. Mantling azure,
doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his hveries, a demi-
lion proper, holding a flem:-de-lys in his dexter paw or.
Motto (over the Crest) — " Floreat majestas."

Elder son of the Rev. James Cassels Brown, M.A.
(Cantab.), Vicar of Hulmewalfield, near Congleton,
Cheshire, b. 1841 ; d. 1892 ; m. 1872, Frances Mary,
d. of William Hand, Hartford, co. Chester : —
Andrew Cassels Brown, Esq., M.D., Ch.B. (Edin.),
Temp. Capt. R.A.M.C, b. 1875 ; m. 1901, Rachel, 4th
d. of John Wilson, Esq., J. P., Castle Park, Huntly, Aber-
deenshire ; and has issue — David Cassels Brown, Gentle-
man, b. 1907 ; and Jean Cassels. Res. — Bacon's Farm,
Bradwell-on-Sea, near Southminster, Essex.

ALFRED BROWN, Gentleman. Armorial bearings
— Gules, a lion rampant or, between two fl;mnches of the
last, each charged with a hillock vert, a chief of the second,
thereon an oak-tree upon a mount proper. Mantling gules
and or. Crest On a wreath of the colours, a hillock vert,
in front of a dexter arm embowed in armour, the hand
grasping a dagger, the point to the dexter proper, pommel
and hilt or, pendent from the arm by a riband gules
an escutcheon or, charged with an oak-tree eradicated
proper. Motto -" Honor mens vita mea." Res. -



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BROWN (H. Coll.). Argent, a fesse wavy between two
estoiles in chief and a saltire couped in base all azure.
Mi^ntling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a cubit arm erect, holding in the hand a steering-
wheel all proper. Motto—" Spes ultra."

Sons of Sir Charles Gage Brown, K.C.M.G., LL.D.,
M.D., F.R.C.P.. />. 1826; d. 1908; m. 1855, Mary
Anne. d. of the late William, McP. Rice, formerly
Ch. Naval Constructor in H.M.'s Dockyards at Pem-
broke and Woolwich : —
Charles Herbert Gage Brown, Esq., M.D. (Edinburgh),
m. 1891, Janet Pitcairn, d. of the Rev. J. P. Sandlands,
M.A. ; and has issue— (i) Charles Lewis Gage Brown, Esq.,
d. 1892 ; (2) John Douglas Gage Brown, Gentleman, d. 1898 ;
Sybil E. ; and Phyllis. Post. add. -
William Percy Gage Brown, Esq., d. i860.

HOR.ATIO ROBERT FORBES BROWN, Esquire, of
New Hall, Midlothian, and of Carlops, Peeblesshire, J. P.
for cos. Edinburgh and Peebles. Born 1854, being the
eldest son of Hugh Horatio Brown of New Hall and Car-
lops, who d. 1866, by Gulielmina Forbes Ranaldson, dau.
of the late Col. Ranaldson Macdonell of Glengarry and
Clanranald, N.B. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1781 and
1829) — Gules, on a chevron between three fleurs-de-lys or,
a garb vert, banded azure. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a ship in the
sea firing the signal for sailing, all proper. Motto —
" Deus adesto. "

JAMES MILLAR BROWN. B.L. (Edin.), Solicitor
Supreme Court, Cape Colony, &c. Born Dec. 24, 1864.
being the third son of the late Colin Brown of Raw don,
CO. York, by his wife Eliza, dau. of George Burgess of
Worcester. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1897) — Parted




fleurde-lys gold; with the Motto, " Floreat majestas.'
Estate — Colstoun, Khami River, near Buluwayo. Postal
address — The Buluwayo Club, Buluwayo, South Africa.
Clubs — Civil Service (Cape Town), Buluwayo Club
(Buluwayo).

BROWN (H. Coll., 1902). Azure, on a fesse argent,
between two bees volant in chief proper, and in base a
garb or, a beaver statant of the third. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
wolf-dog couped, holding in the mouth a broken javelin in
bend proper, between the paws a horse-shoe, or. Motto —
" Fidem servabo."

Second son of William Brown of Bridge Hall, Brad-
well, Esse.x, Gentleman, Lord of the Manor of Nay-
linghurst, Rayne, Essex, b. Nov. ig, 1825; d. Dec. 31,
1897 ; vi. 1850, Mary Ann {d. 1902). d. of John Smith
of Bishop's Hall, Great Leighs, Essex: —
John Smith Brown, Gentleman, Citizen of London and
Member of the Court of Assistants of the Worshipful
Company of Tin Plate Workers [Arms as above, impaling
the arms of Crisp, per fesse sable and gules, a cameleopard
statant argent, between three horseshoes or], b. Nov. 25,
1856; m. Dec. 26, 1884, Maria Emily, yst. d. of late James
Crisp of Bridge House, Beccles, co. Suffolk; and has issue
— Ivan Crisp Brown, Gentleman, A.M.I.E.E., Citizen and
Tin Plate Worker, b. July 5, 1886 ; and Muriel Crisp.
Post, addresses — 22-34 Great Eastern Street, London, E. C. ,
and 64 Long Lane, N.3. Club — Royal Automobile.

BROWN of Wormwood Street, London (H. Coll.,
6 Jan. 1916). Argent, a chevron azure, between in chief
two sprigs of lime or linden, and in base a sprig of jute, all




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