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Stoodleigh Sylvester Browne, Gentleman, b. 1896; Nancy
Maureen Angell (twin) ; and Diana Elizabeth. EstaUs—
Monteagle and Ha. tlands, Victoria. Clubs — Union
(Sydney, N.S. Wales), Australian Pioneers.

BROWNE Quarterly, i and 4, quarterly i. and
iiii., or, a lion rampant gtiles, armed and langoed




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three martlets of the field (for Morgan), a crescent for
cadency. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Upon a
wreath of the colours, an heraldic tiger azure, maned,
tufted, and armed or. Motto — "Qui non ciconia tigris."
Married, July 8, 1896, Vera Marguerite Mansel, younger
dau. of Major Boyse, J. P., of Bannow, co. Wexford.
Residence —

BROWNE of Hartlands.'.Heidelberg, Victori.a(H. Coll.,
1906). Argent, two lions passant in pale gules, on a chief
azure, the hulk of an ancient galley with oars or. Mantling
gules and argent. CreBt — On a wreath of the colours, an
eagle displayed vert, gorged with a wreath of trefoils, and
charged on each wing with a star of eight points or.

Son of Sylvester John Browne of Monteagle and Hart-
lands, Heidelberg, Victoria, b. 1789 ; d. 1864 ; m. 1826,
Eliza Angell, d. of Thomas Alexander of Bermondsey,



azure, surmounted of a fesse argent, charged with a
m unt between two edock leaves vert; li. and iii.,
azure, three garbs or (for Guthrie of The Mount) ; 2 and
3, argent, an eagle displayed with two heads sable,
langued gules (for Browne). Upon the escutcheon is
placed the coronet of his rank, and thereupon a helmet
befitting his degree. Mantling gules, doubled ermine.
Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand erect,
holding a sword in bend, all proper, and an escroll above
this motto, " Sto pro veritate." Motto (below the arms)
— " Fortiter et fideliter." Livery — Blue, with red waist-
coat and gilt buttons.

Son of the Rt. Hon. Geoffrey Henry Browne
Browne, K.P., P.O., 3rd Baron Oranmore and
Browne, b. 1861 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1901, Lady Olwen
Verena Ponsonby (d. 1927), d. of 8th Earl of Bess-
borough, K.P., C.V.O., C.B. :—



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The Rt. Hon. Dominick Geoffrey Edward Browne
Browne, 4th Baron Oranmore and Browne (4 May 1836),
of Carra Browne Castle, in the co. of the town of Gadway,
and of Castle McGarrett, co. Mayo, in the Peerage of
Ireland, 2nd Baron Mereworth (13 Jan. 1926), of Mere-
worth Castle, CO. Kent, in the Peerage of the United
Kingdom, late 2nd Lieut. Grenadier Guards. [Sapporters
— De.xter, a knight in chain armour, belted azure,
garnished or, holding in his right hand a battleaxe
chained proper, charged on the blade with a cross patee
or, on his left an ancient pointed shield gules, charged
with two lioncels or, and supported by a band from the
right shoulder gules, studded and garnished or ; sinister,
a knight also in chain armour, with a surcoat of blue
silk, belted gules, leaning his left hand on an ancient
two-handed sword, thereon a shield argent, charged with
an eagle displayed with two heads sable, langued gules],
b. 1901 ; m. 1925, Mildred Helen, d. of the Hon. Thomas
Henry Frederick Egerton, of 13 Portman Square, W. ;
and has issue — Hon. Patricia Helen. Seats — Castle
McGarrett, Claremorris, co. Mayo ; Mereworth Castle,
Kent. Town res. — 26 Great Cumberland Place, W.i.
C/««6— Guards'.

BROWNE-LECKY. Quarterly, i and 4, argent, on a
chevron, between three roses gules, a trefoil slipped or
(for Lecky) ; 2 and 3, per chevron gules and azure, a
mullet between three fleurs-de-lys or (for Browne). Mant-
ling gules and argent ; and for his Crests, i. upon a
wreath of the colours, a boar's head erased proper,
charged with a rose gules (for Lecky) ; 2. upon a wreath
of the colours, a lion rampant or, resting the forepaw
on an escutcheon gules, charged with a fleur-de-lys gold
(for Browne). Motto — " Utere dum poles. "

Son of Conolly Wm. Lecky Browne-Lecky, Esq.,
m. 1878, Annie Henrietta, eldest dau. of Charles
Eccles, Esq., D.L. , of Ecclesville, co. Tyrone: —

Raymond S. de Montmorency Lecky Browne-Lecky,
Gentleman, 6. 1881. Sea( — Ecclesville, Fintona, co.
Tyrone.

BROWNE -SYNGE- HUTCHINSON. Quarterly, i
per pale azure and gules, a lion rampant ermine
between eight cross crosslets or (for Hutchinson) ; 2
quarterly, i. and iiii. azure, three millstones proper;
ii. and iii, argent, an eagle, displayed with two heads
sable, beaked and legged gules (for Synge) ; 3. gules,
two demi-lions passant guardant argent (for Hatch) ;
4. quarterly, i. and iiii. gules, on a bend cottised
argent, a fleur-de-lys between two lions passant of
the field ; ii, gules, a chevron between two lions
rampant in chief or, and three swords, two in
saltire surmounted by one palewise in base proper,
pommels and hilts or (for Brown) ; iii. argent, a galley,
sails furled, oars in action sable, flagged gules, on a chief
azure a lion passant of the first, armed and langued of
the third (for MacHaffie). Mantling azure and or.
Crests — I. a cockatrice with wings endorsed vert,
issuant from a ducal coronet or (for Hutchinson) ; 2.
an eagle's claw proper, issuant from a ducal coronet
or (for Synge) ; 3. on a wreath of the colours, an
eagle displayed gules, holding in each claw a cavalry
sabre proper, pommelled and hilted or; 4. on a
wreath of the colours, an eagle displayed sable,
charged on the body with a sword in pale, and holding
in each claw a sword all proper, ponmiels and hilts or
(for Brown). Mottoes — "Fortiter, gerit, crucem,"
" Non sibi sed toti" (for Hutchinson); " Ccelestia
canimus " (for Synge); " Suivez raison" and "From
Thee cometh victory " (for Brown).

Sons of Maj. David Philip Browne, 7th Hussars,
b. 1821 ; d. 1867 ; m. 1853, Frances Dorothy, d. of
Francis Synge-Hutchinson, Esq. : —
Col. Edward Douglas Browne-Synge-Hutchinson,
V.C, C.B., Knt. of Justice of the Order of the Hospital
of St. John of Jerusalem, late Comdg. 14th (King's)
Hussars ; assumed by R.L., 1904, the additional sur-
names of Synge and Hutchinson ; b, 1861. Res. —
51 A Jermyn Street, S.W.i. Club — Army and Navy.
Augustus George Browne, Gentleman (arms as above,
Crest for Brown only, as above), b. 1868. Res. —
Juneau, Alaska Territory, America.

EDWARD ARTHUR BROWNFIELD. Born 1855,
being the eldest son of the late William Brownfield, Esq.,



J. P. and D.L.. of Chatterley House, by Ellen, dau. of
Charles Etches of Derby ; s. his brother 1889. Armorial
bearings — Gules, a chevron engrailed argent, between two
stags' heads erased in chief of the last, and a cross pat6e
fitch^e in base or. Mantling gules and argent ; and for his
Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a lion passant argent,
sem^e of pheons gules, supporting with the dexter paw a
cross pat^ titch^e or. Motto — " Laborant nuiiien adest."
Seat —



BROWNHILL (H. Coll., 14 Aug. 1918). Azure, a sun
in splendour, between in chief a shuttle fessewise, and in
base a horse courant or. Mantling azure and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, within a spur rowel up-
wards argent, a fleur-de-lys gules. Motto — " Radii
omnia lustrant."

Eldest son of John Brownhill, Esq., J. P., of Inker-
man House, Yorks., b. 1836 ; d. 1903 ; m, ,
Mary, d. of John Schofield, of Denby Dale : — .
James Brownhill, Esq., J. P. W.R. Yorks, b. 1863'
m. 1893, Alice, d. of George William Naylor, Contractor
and has issue — Cecil Naylor Brownhill, Gentleman'
b. 1898 ; Marjorie Eileen. Seat — Oakfield. Denby Dale,
Yorks. Clubs — Devonshire, Clarendon (Manchester).



BROWN LOW, Baron, see CUST.



BROWNLOW (U.O., 1840). Per pale or and argent
an escutcheon within an orle of martlets sable. Mantlin
sable and or. Crest— On a chapeau azure, turned up
ermine, a greyhound statant gules, collared or. Motto —
" Esse quam videri."

Sons of Charles, 2nd Lord Lurgan, K.P., Lord-Lieut.

and Cust. Rot. co. Armagh, Lord-in- Waiting to

Queen Victoria, 6. 1831 ; d. 1882; w. 1853, Hon.

Emily Anne Browne {d. 1923). d. of 3rd Lord

Kilmaine : —
Rt. Hon. Sir William Brownlow, 3rd Baron Lurgan
(14 May 1839), K.C.V.O.. J. P. and D.L. co. Armagh,
[.P. CO. Down, State Steward to Lord-Lieut, of Ireland 1895-
"1905, late Gren. Guards [Supporters— Dexter, a greyhound
argent, gorged with a wreath of shamrocks vert ; sinister,
a Highland soldier in his uniform with his firelock all
proper], d. 1858 ; m. 1893, Lady Emily Julia Cadogan,
(d. 1909), d. of 5th Earl Cadogan, K.G. ; and has issue—
Hon. William George Edward Brownlow, 6. 1902. Seat
— Brownlow House, Lurgan, co. Armagh. Town res. —
21 Lowndes Square. S.W. Clu3s—C&T]t<n. Guards',
White's, Bachelors', Turf, Kildare Street (Dublin).

Major Hon. John Roderick Brownlow, late King's Royal
Rifle Corps, 3. 1865. J?es — 101 Mount Strfet, W.i.

Hon. Francis Cecil Brownlow, Lieut, laie R.N.V.R. *.
1870; m. 1909, Angela, d. of the late S. Radcliffe Piatt of
Werneth Park, Lanes., and hassurv. issue: — John Desmond
Cavendish Brownlow, Esq., i. 191 1; and Daphne Angela.
Jies. — Pennington House, Lymington, Hants.



BROWNRIGG (U.O., 1816). Argent, a lion rampant
guardant sable, grasping in the dexter paw a sword,
pommel and hilt or, the blade entwined by a serpent
proper, between three crescents gules, and as an honourable
augmentation (Roy. Warrant, 23 March 1822). a chief
embattled vert, thereon a representation of the sceptre of
the King of Kandy or. and the banner of the said King
(being gules within a bordure, with a ray of the sun issuing
from each angle, and a lion passant gold h Uiing a sword
proper) in saltire, the whole ensigned with a representation
of the crown of the kingdom of Kandy, also proper.
Mantling sable an i argent. Crests.— 1. (of honourable
augmentation) a demi-Kandian proper, the b ^dy vested
argent and belted or, cap gold, in the dexte han 1 a sword
and in the sinister a representation of the Kandian Crown,
also proper ; 2. a mural crown or, thereon a sword erect as
in the arms, entwined by a serpent proper. Motto —
" Virtute et sapientia."

Son of Sir Henry Moore Brownrigg, 3rd Bart., d. 1819;

d. 1900 ; m. 1863, Ada Cicely Georgiana, d. of Sir

John Hesketh Lethbridge, Bart. : —

Sir Douglas Egemont Robert Brownrigg, 4th Bart.

(g March 1816), Rear-Adm. R.N. (ret.), d. 1867; m. 1896,

Beatrice, d. of the Rt. Hon. Sir Cecil Clementi-Smuh. P.O..

G.C.M.G. ; and has had issue— (i) Robert Cecil Brownrigg,



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Esq., b. 1903; d. 1907; (2) Gawen Egremont'Brownrigg,
Esq.,^. 1911 ; and Juliet Teresa. Res. — White Waltham,




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Berks. Clubs — Naval and Military, Garrick, Burlington
Fine Arts, Eccentric, Royal Naval (Portsmouth).

BROWNRIGG (U.O., 1816). Argent, a lion rampant
guardant sable, grasping in the de.xter paw a sword, pom-
mel and hilt or, the blade entwined by a serpent proper,
between three crescents gules. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — A mural crown or, thereon a sword erect, as in the
arms, entwined by a serpent proper. MottO — "Virescit
vulnere virtus."

Sons of Thomas Marcus Brownrigg, Esq., Assist. Insp.-
Gen. R.I.C., b. 1823; m. ist, 1854, Meriel Anna \d.
1869), d. of Com.-Gen. Watt; 2nd, 1871, Eleanor
Hannah, d. of David Carr of Hawke House, Sunbury.
Major Henry John Watt Brownrigg, R.E. , b. 1859.
Charles Edward Brownrigg, Gentleman, late Lieut.
I.S.C., b. 1865; m. ist, 1897, Adolphine Mary {d. 1904),
d. of late William Arbuthnot of Coworth Park ; 2nd, 1908,
Valerie Margaret, d. of W. S. Akerman ; and has surv.
issue — John Brownrigg, Gentleman, b. 1902 ; and Meriel
Rosemary. Address — Magdalen College School, Oxford.
Res.—

Sons of Henry John Broderick Brownrigg, Esq., C.B.,
Dep. Commissary-Gen. in the Army, served in Crimea
1854-5 and Zulu War 1879, b. 1828; d. 1904; m.
1863, Alice Emma, d. of Judge Roliand M'Donald of
Canada : —
Herbert Roliand Boswell Brownrigg, Gentleman, b. 1873.
Res.—

Henry John Studholme Brownrigg, Esq., D.S.O., Capt.
R.N. , b. 1882; m. 1912, Eileen Amy, d. of G. Kinahan.
Sons of Quin John Brownrigg, Esq., County Inspector
Royal Irish Constabulary, b. 1832 ; m. 1861, Anne,
d. of late William Chaine.
Herbert George Brownrigg, Gentleman, b. 1864.
John Claud Brownrigg, Gentleman, /;. 1878.

Son of Marcus Crosbie Brownrigg, b. 1842 ; d. 1882 ;
m. 1868, Hester, d. of late William Forsythe of Monks-
town, CO. Dublin : —
Marcus Robert Brownrigg, Gentleman, b. 1874. Res. —



BRUCE, see
BRUCE and
BRUCE.



BRUDENELL- BRUCE, KNIGHT -
HOVELL - THU RLOW - CUMMING-



— Two savages proper, wreathed abcut the temples and
loins with laurel vert. Motto — " Fuimus. "

Eld. son of Rt. Hon. Sir Victor Alexander Bruce, Earl
of Elgin, b. 1849 ; d. 1917 ; m. ist, 1876, Lady Con-
stance Mary Carnegie (CI.) [d. 1909), d. of the 9th
Earl of Southesk, K.T. : — Y^

Rt. Hon. Edward James Bruce, loth Earl of Elgin (21
June 1633), Baron Bruce of Kinloss, Baron Bruce of Torry,
and 14th Earl of Kincardine (26 Dec. 1647), Ban n Elgin
(U.K., 13 Nov. 1847), C.M.G., D.L., |.P. co. Fife, Col.
T.A. Res. Hon. Col. City of Edinburgh (Fortress) R.E.,
Member of Roy. Company of Archers, King's Body-
guard for Scotland, Lord High Commissioner to Gen.
Assembly of Church of Scotland, 1925-6, b. 1881 ; ?«. 1921,
Hon. Katharine Elizabeth Cochrane, M.B.E. , d. of ist
Baron Cochrane of Cults, and has issue — Andrew Douglas
Alexander Thomas Bruce, Lord Bruce, b. 1924 ; Lady
Martha Veronica ; Lady Jean Christian. Seat — Broom-
hall, Dunfermline, co. Fife. Town res. —
Clubs — Brooks's ; R.A.C. ; New (Edinburgh).

BRUCE (L.O.). Quarterly, i and 4, argent, on a
chevron sable, an otter's head erased of the first ; 2 and 3,
or, a saltire and a chief gules, the latter charged with a
mullet argent. Mantling gules, doubled ermine. Crests
—I. upon a wreath of his liveries, a mermaid hold-
ing in her dexter hand an otter's head, and in her
sinister a swan's head erased proper ; 2. upon a wreath
of his liveries, a dexter arm in fesse embowed in armour
holding in the hand a sceptre in bend sinister cr.
Supporters — Dexter, an otter proper ; sinister, a swan,
wings inverted proper. Mottoes — " Omne solum forti
patria" ; " Fuimus."

Surv. son of Rt. Hon. Alexander Hugh Bruce,

Lord Balfour of Burleigh (and a Representative Peer),

b. 1849 ; d. 1921 ; m. 1876, Lady Kathevine Eliza

Gordon, yst. d. of George, sth Earl of Aberdeen : —

Rt. Hon. George John Gordon Bruce, 7th Lord Balfour

of Burleigh (S. , 16 July 1607. Attainder of 13 Nov. 1715,

reversed by Act of Parliament 19 March 1869). b. 1883;

m. 1919, Violet Dorothy, M.B. E. , d. of the late Richard

H. Done, Esq., J. P. of Tariorley, Cheshire, and has

issue — Hon, Robert Balfour, Master of Burleigh, b. 1927 ;

Hon. Laetitia Mary ; Hon. Katherine ; and Hon. Jean.

Seat — Kennet, Alloa, co. Clackmannan. Tozvn house — 31

Bedford Gardens, W,8. C/z<:^j— Carlton, New (Edinburgh).

BRUCE of Stenhouse (L.O.). Or, a saltire and chief



BRUCE (L.O. 1867). Or, a saltire and chief gules
(Bruce of Annandale), on a canton argent, a lion rampant
azure, armed and langued of the second (Bruce of Skelton).
Mantling gules doubled ermine. Crest — Upon a wreath
of his liveries, a lion with tail extended azure. Supporters




gules, in the dexter canton an escutcheon argent,
charged with a chief sable. Mantling gules, doubled



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argent. Crest — On a cap of maintenance purple turned
up ermine, a dexter armed arm from the shoulder, rest-
ing on the elbow and holding in the hand a sceptre
all proper. Supporters — On the dexter, a knight in
armour, with a sword by his side, visor open, a plume of
feathers in the hehnet, holding a sceptre in his right
hand, all proper ; on the sinister, a lion rampant azure,
armed and langued gules, crowned with Robert I.'s
crown, and gorged with that of David II., chained
with an antique chain or. Badge — Three laurel leaves
joined at stem. Mottoes — Over the crest, "Fuimus";
under the shield, " Do well and doubt not." Livery —
Blue, with tawny gold facings.

Eldest son of Sir William Waller Bruce, loth

Bart., b. 1865 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1891, Angelica Mary

(d. 191S), d. of Gen. George Prideaux Selby,

R.A. :—

Sir Michael William Selby Bruce, nth Bart., of Sten-

house, CO. Stirling (29 Sept. 1628), b. 1894 ; tn. 1925,

Doreen Dalziel, d. of Maj. William Grcenwell, of Durham,

and has issue — Francis Michael Ian Bruce, Esq.,d>. 1926.

Address — 25 Willow Road, Hampstead, N.W.

BRUCE (H. Coll., 16 Mar. 1920). Or, on a saltire
gules, a thistle sUpped proper, on a chief of the second a
maple-leaf between two shamrocks, also proper. Mant-
ling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,




a lion rampant azure, charged on the shoulder with a
maple-leaf, and holding between the paws a caduceus
or. Motto — " Fuimus."

Son of Stewart Bruce, Gentleman, of Port Perry,
Ontario, b. 1837; d. 191 1; m. Isabella, d. of
Alexander Morrow, of Peterboro, Ontario : —
"' Herbert Alexander Bruce, Col. (ret.) A. M.S., F.R.C.S.,
Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Toronto,
b. 1868 ; m. 1919, Angela, d. of Henry Blarney Hall, of
Pitminster, Somerset. Office — 64 Bloor Street East,
Toronto, Canada. Res. — Annandale, 12 Bayview Avenue,
Toronto, Canada. Clubs — British Empire; and York,
and Toronto Hunt (Toronto).



BRUCE (H. Coll.
gules, on a chief of



17 Sept. 1892). Or, a saltire cottised
the last, a fleur-dc-lys between two
demi-lions erased of the field. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath cif the colours, in front of a torch
erect, fired proper, a lion statant with tail extended or,
charged on the b idy with two fleurs-de-lys fessewise gules.
Motto — " Do well and doubt net."

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Gainsford Bruce, P. C, Kt. Bach.



( 189a), formerly a Judge of Her Majesty's High Court of

Judicature (Queen's Bench Div. ), one of H.M.'s Counsel

Learned in the Law, d. 1834 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1868, Sophia,

d. of Francis Jackson of Chertsev : —

Rev. John Ollingwood Gainsford Bruce, M.A. (Camb. ),

Rector of Worplesdon, Surrey, d. . Postal add. —

The Rectory, VVorpIesdon, nr. Guildford.

Son I f John Bruce, Gentleman, of Hill Crest, Whitby,
Yorks. , m. Florence, d. of Martin Flegg, of Hamp-
stead : —
John Clayton CoUingwood Bruce, ArchitC' t A. R.I. B. A.,
6. 1888; m. 192). Margaret Dorothy, d. of R. Hamilton
Toscelyne of Torquay, and has issue — Ian Clayton
Joscelyne Bruce, Gentleman, d. 1923. J^es. — Vue Char-
mante, Torquay.

Son of George Barclay Bruce, Esq. (son of Sir George
Barclay Bruce, d. 1908), b. ; d. ; m. : —
Oswald Bruce, Gentleman, 6. . Res. — Australia.

BRUCE (U.O.). Or, a saltire and a chief gules, in the
dexter chief a mullet argent, and in base a cinquefoil of the
second. Mantling gules and or. Crest On a wreath of
the colours, a norse's head argent, bridled gules, and
charged on the neck with a cinquefoil, as in the arms.
Motto — " Do well, doubt not."

Sons of William Robert Bruce of Rockford, co. Dublin,
Master of the Queen's Bench, Ireland, b. 1833; d.
1902 ; m. 1870, Florence Helen, d. of Alexander
Osborne: —
Thomas Robert Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1885. Seat —
Reginald lames Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1887.

Son of George James Bruce, Gentleman, /^. i88o; killed
in action, 1918; m. 1907, Hilda, youngest d. of John
Blakiston-Houston, J. P. and D.L. , of Orangefield, co.
Down : —
Michael Robert Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1909.

Sons of Samuel Bruce, Esq., J. P., D.L., b. 1838; d.
1922 ; m. 1878, Louisa Mary Julia, d. of Sir George
Conway Colthurst of Blarney Castle, Cork : —
Robert William Vesey Bruce, Esq., Capt. 17th Lancers,
b. 1882.

Patrick Alexander Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1888. Seat —
Norton Hall, Campden, Gloucestershire.

Son of Henry Bruce of Demerara and London, b.
1798; d. 1864; m. Mary, d. of John Swanwick : —



Henry Michael Bruce, Gentleman,
America.



Res. — South



BRUCE (L.O. , 1905). Or, a saltire gules, charged with




nine lozenges of the field, on a chief of the second a re-
presentation of the gateway of the city of Tientsin proper.



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Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries,
the Bass Rock proper. Motto — "Firm."

Son of Col. Edward Jackson Bruce, R. H.A. , m. Ellen

Arbuthnot, d. of William Henry Clarence Dalrymple,

Capt. H.E.I.C.S. :—

Brig,-Gen. Clarence Dalrymple Bruce, C.B.E., F.R.G.S.,

Brig.-Gen. comdg. 27th Bde. , 9th (.Scottish) Div. 1915,

late Lieut.-Col. Commanding ist Chinese Regt., Advisor

in Police Affairs to Chinese Govt. 1913, t. 1862 ; m. Ethel,

d. of the late E. A. Leetham. M.P., and has issue— i son ;

I dau. Res. — The Long Spring, Parndon Woods, Harlow,

Essex.

BRUCE (L.O., 23 March 1901). Or, a saltire gules,
charged with an open Bible proper, on a chief of the second,
three gillyflowers argent. Mantling gules, doubled or.
Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a lion sejant azure
holding in his dexter paw a passion cross or. Motto — " Ad
summa virtus."

Sons of late Alexander Low Bruce, Edinburgh, d.
d. ; m. , Agnes, d. of David Livingstone,

M.D., the celebrated African Missionary and Ex
plorer : —
David Livingstone Bruce, Gentleman, Lieut. Duke of
Edinburgh's Own Edinburgh Art. Mil., *. . J?es. —

Alexander Livingstone Bruce, Gentleman [Arms as above
but (matric. 1901) the saltire engrailed], b.

BRUCE of Balcaskie (L. O., 1668, registered 1675). Or.
a saltire gules, a chief wavy of the second.
? Present representative.

Bruce (rematric. L.O., 30 Jan. 1907). Same arms, a
bordure engrailed azure. Mantling gules, doubled or.
Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a setting sun proper.
Motto — " Nee me qui caetera vincit."

Second surv. son of Rev. David Bruce, Hon. Canon

of Durham, 6. ; d. ; m. , Margaret

Atkinson: —

Sir Alexander Carmichael Bruce, Kt. Bachelor (1903).

J.P. COS. London, Middx., Surrey, Herts., Essex, Kent




Berks., and Bucks., Barrister-at-Law, Assistant Commis-
sioner Metropolitan Police, d. 1850; m. 1876, Helen {d.
1915), d. of J. Fletcher of Bolton. Res. — 25 Egerton Terrace,
S.W. ; Trevereux Hill, Limpsfield, Surrey.

BRUCE (H. Coll., 4 Oct. 1917)- Or, a saltire gtiles, on a
chief engrailed of the last, a beaver statant argent.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, between two maple-leaves, an arm from the



shoulder couped and embowed fessewise, holding in the
hand a sceptre in bend sinister all proper. Motto —
" Do well and doubt not."

Son of Rev. Charles Bruce, of Glenrinnes, b. 1829;

m. Margaret Donaldson Sellar : —
Robert Randolph Bruce, Esq., B.Sc. Glasgow, Lieut.
Governor of British Columbia, b. 1863 ; m. 1914, Eliza-
beth Mabel {d. 1915), d. of 2nd Earl of Iddesleigh. Res.
— Lake Windermere, British Columbia; Government
House, Victoria, B.C. Club — Caledonian.

BRUCE of Down Hill (Confn. 4 June 1804, U.O.). Or,
on a saltire gules, a harp of the first, stringed argent,
a chief of the second, on a canton argent, a lion rampant
azure. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a lion passant azure, holding in the dexter
paw a trefoil slipped proper. Motto — " Fuimus."

Sons of Sir Hervey Ronald Bruce, 5th Bart. Capt.

Irish Guards, i>. 1872; d. 1924; m. ist, 1903, Ruth

Isabel {d. 1915), d. of Haughton Charles Okeover of

Okeover ; 2nd, Margaret, d. of Rev. Robert Jackson : —

Sir Hervey John William Bruce, 6th Bart. (U.K., 29

June 1804), i5. 1919. Seat — Downhill, nr, Coleraine. Res.—

26 Arlington Road, Eastbourne.

Ronald Cecil Jukes Bruce, Esq., b. 1921.
Sons of Sir Hervey Jukes Lloyd Bruce of Downhill,
4th Bart., J. P., D.L., d. 1843; '^- 19^9 1 »«• 1872,
Ellen Maud, d. of Percy Ricardo of Bramley Park,
Guildford : —
Percy Robert Clifton, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O. (g.v.)
William Bruce, Esq., Capt. E. R. Yorks. Regt., late
R.N. , i. 1876 ; m. iqoo, Constance, d. of late Col. Mansergh
Henry James Bruce, Esq., C.M.G., M.V.O., 1st See-
in Diplomatic Service, l>. 1880 ; m. Tamara Karsavina o.
Petrograd, and has issue : — Nikita. /?«. — 4 Albert Roadf
Regent's Park, N.W. C/kiJ— Bachelors'. .

Sons of the Rev. Lloyd Stewart Bruce, M.A., Canon
of York, 6. 1829; d. 1886: m. ist, 1863, Jane {d. 1880),
d. of James H. Skene, H.B.M.'s Consul at Aleppo :—
Rev. Robert Douglas Bruce, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of
St. Anne's, Dunbar, d. 1867; m 1894, Alice Margaret,
d. of Henry William Lord, Bar.-at-Law ; and has had issue
— (i) Robert Lloyd Bruce, Lieut. TheCameroniins, *. 1895 ;
killed in action, 1916 ; (2) Rev. Henry Douglas Bruce,
Clerk in Holy Orders, i. 1900; (3) Nigel Patrick Bruce,