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Gentleman, 6. 1905 ; (4) Michael Bruce, Gentleman, 6.
1908. J?es. — The Rectory, Dunbar.

Rev. Francis Rosslyn Courtenay Bruce, M.A., D.D.
(Oxon.), F.L.S., Rector of Hurstmonceux, .Sussex,*. 1871 ;
m. igo8, Rachel, d. of the late Richard H. J. Gurney, D.L. ,
of Northrepps Hall, Norwich ; and has issue — Merlin Bruce,
Gentleman, Midshipman R.N., i. 1909; ErruU Bruce,
Gentleman, Cadet R.N., d. 1913; Rhalou ; Verily; and
Lorema. /?es. — Hurstmonceux Rectory, Sussex. Clubs —
Bath, Kennel, Sussex County.

Capt. Wilfrid Montagu Bruce. C.B.E., R.N.R.,*. 1874;
fn. 1918, Dorothy, d. of Sir Jesse Boot, Bart., and has
issue : — 3 daus. J^es. — Hazeley Manor, Wallingford.

Sons of Henry Stewart Beresford Bruce, Esq., J.P.,
D.L., late Lt.-Col. 2nd Lancashire Militia, 6. 1824;
(/. 1908 ; m. 1846, Marrietle, d. of John Hill of
Bellaghy : —
Henry Bernard Dalrymple Bruce, Esq., i. 1848 ; m. 1878,
Emma, d. of W. Whitcher of Ottawa ; and has issue-
Henry William Hervey Biuce, Esq., d. 1881 ; and Marriette.
Postal add. — BallyscuUion House, co. Londrnderry.

Ernest Douglas Beresford Bruce, Gentleman, i>. ; tn.

1905, Lydia Mary, d. of the Rev. John Lloyd-Jones, M.A.
Son of Rear-Adm. James Minchin Bruce, R.N. (son
of Sir Henry William Bruce), d. 1863 ; d. 1901 ;
m. 1856, Elizabeth Lucas, d. of John Hill of
Bellaghy : —
James Minchin Bruce, Gentleman, i. 1859 ; m . 1888,
Ethelwynne, d. of the Rev. James Powell ; and has issue-
Minnie. Res. —

Sons of Major Stewart Hervey Bruce, J. P., b. 1834; d.

1899; m. 1864, Frances Anna Maria (d. 1927), d. of

H. C. R. Becher, Q.C. :—

Henry Becher Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1866; m. 1904,

Marian Evelyn, d. c f James MacFadden, Esq., J.P. Res.—

Northwood Lodge, Queenstown.

Rev. Stewart Alexander Bruce, Curate of Batheaston,
Bath, h. 1870; m. 1911, Ada Frances, eld. d. of late
R. E. MacDowell. M.D., of Greenfield, Sandymount, and
has issue— Marie Frances. Res.—s Clarence Gardens,
Batheaston. Bath.



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BRUCE (L.O.). Or, on a saltire gules a thunderbolt
of the field, a chief of the second charged with two
caducii in saltire staffed and winged of the first, entwined
with serpents argent. Mantling gules, doubled or.
Crest — On a wreath of his hveries, a demi-lion gules,
armed and langued azure, holding in his dexter paw a
saltire argent. Motto — " Maintien le droit."

Son of William Bruce, of Alloa, b. 1842 ; d. 1875 : —

Sir Robert Bruce, Knt. Bach. (1918), LL.D., J.P.,
D.L. City of Glasgow, Editor of the Glasgow HeraUi,



L.R.C.P. ; and has issue— Walter Frederick Bruce-
Miller, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; and Eileen Katolo. Rts. —





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b. 1871 ; m. 1905, Mary, d. of James McNicol, of Alva ;
and has issue — (i) William Bruce, Esq., b. 1906 ;
(2) James Charles Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1914 ; and
Kathleen Mary. Res. — Brisbane House, BeUahouston,
Glasgow, S.I. Clitbs — Caledonian, Western (Glasgow),
and University (Edinburgh).

BRUCE (L.O. Matric. 1923). Or, a saltire and chief
g\iles, on the latter a shield argent, charged with a chief
sable, all within a bordure engrailed azure. Mantling
gules, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries,
on a cap of maintenance purpure, turned up ermine,
a dexter arm in armour embowed, and holding in the
hand a sceptre ensigned on the point with an open
crown aU proper. Mottoes — (Above the crest),
" Fuimus " ; and below the shield, " Do well and
doubt not." Liveries — Dress, claret and gold ; undress,
brown.

Eld. surv. son of Robert Cathcart Bruce, M.D.,
Gentleman, of 21 Barkston Gardens, London, S.W.,
b. 1859 ; m. 1882, Grizelda Wilson, d. of Rev.
Alexander Rodger : —
Alexander Cathcart Bruce, Esq., Captain The High-
land Light Infantry, b. 1894. C/m6— Naval and Mihtary.



BRUCE-PORTER (H. Coll., 28 July 1923). Quarterly,
I and 4, or, on a pile gules, between two swans rousant
sable, a rod of iEsculapius of the field (for Porter) ; 2 and
3, argent, a saltire couped azure, charged with five mullets
of the first, voided gules, on a chief of the last a fleece
between two annulets or (for Bruce). Mantling
gules and or. Crests — On a wreath of the colours, a
wyvem gules, holding in the mouth a bell or (for Porter) ;
On a wreath of the colours, between two fern-fronds, a
dexter cubit arm grasping in the hand proper two
annulets interlaced or (for Bruce). Motto — " Vigilantia
et virtute."

Third son of the late Capt. J Porter, R.A. : —

Sir Harry Edwin Bruce Bruce-Porter, K.B.E. (1919),
C.M.G. (1916), M.D., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (Lond.),
Knt. of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John
of Jerusalem in England, Col. A.M.S. (T.F.) (ret.), 6.1869 ;
m. 1896, Agnes, Lady of Grace of the Order of the
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, d. of the
late Rev. David Bruce, D.D., and widow of J. Honeyman,
M.D., of Auckland, N.Z. ; and has issue — Essie Isabel
Bruce ; Jessie Gladys Bruce [m. 1923, Henry Douglas
Bessemer]. Res. — 6 Grosvenor Street, W.i ; Little St.
Anne's, Englefield Green, Surrey. Clubs — R.A.C.
Pilgrims*.



BRUCE-MILLER (H. Coll.). Per chevron or and
vert, in chief two wolves' heads erased sable, and in
base a boar's head erased proper. Mantling vert and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a boar's
head erased proper, a millrind sable. Motto — " Vincit
omnia Veritas." Livery — Green coat, yellow and green
\vaistcoat.

Elder son of William Frederick Bruce-Miller,

Gentleman, of Camberley, Surrey, b. 1855 ; m. 1879,

Elizabeth Charlotte, d. of John Walker, of Hitchin,

Herts. :—

Frederick Vernon Bruce-Miller, Esq., F.R.G.S.,

F.Z.S., Colonial Civil Service, J. P. for Northern Rhodesia,

Native Commissioner and Magistrate, b. 1882 ; m. 1917,

Ada Marian Katolo, d. of Walter Fisher, M.R.C.S.,



BRUDENELL of Deene Park (R.L., H. Coll., 7 July
1917). Argent, a chevron gules between three chapeaux
facing to the sinister azure. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a sea-horse proper.
Motto—" En grace affie."

Eldest surv. son of Comm. Lord Robert Thomas
Brudenell-Bruce R.N., b. 1845 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1878,
Emma, d. of Capel Hanbury-Leigh, of Pontypool
Park : —
George Lionel Thomas Brudenell, Esq., assumed
by R. L. 7 July 19 17, the name and arms of Brudenell
only, b. 1880 ; m. 1923, Mary Julia, d. of Stephen
Schlizzi, of Guilsborough Coiu-t, Northampton, and has
issue — Philippa Mary. Seat — Dr cue Park, Peter-
borough. Clubs — Travellers', New (Edin,).



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BRUDENELL-BRUCE. Quarterly, i and 4, or, a
saltire and chief gules, on a canton argent, a lion ram-
pant azure (for Bruce) ; 2 and 3, argent, a chevron
gules, between three chapeaux to the sinister azure (for
Brudenell). Mantling gules and or. Crests — i . on a wreath
of the colours, a lion statant, tail extended azure ; 2. on a
wreath of the colours, a sea-horse naiant proper. Sup-
porters — On either side a savage proper, wreathed about
the loins and temples vert, each holding a banner of the
arms of Bruce. Motto — " Fuimus."

Only son of Henry Augustus Brudenell-Bruce, 5th

Marquess of Ailesbury, b. 1842 ; d. 191 1 ; m. 1870,

Georgina Sophia Maria, d. of G. H. Pinckney, of

Tawstock Court, Devon : —

The Most Hon. Sir George WiUiam James Chandos

Brudenell-Bruce, 6th Marquess of Ailesbury (7 July

1821), Earl of Ailesbury (10 June 1776), Earl of Cardigan

(20 April 1 661), Earl Bruce, Viscount Savemake, Baron

BrudeneU of Stanton-Wyvil, Leics. (26 Feb. 1627), Baron

Bruce, and a Bart. (29 June 1611), D.S.O., T.D., Knt.

of Grace cf the Order of the Hospital of St. John of

Jerusalem, J. P., D.L., C.C. co. Wilts., b. 1873 ; m. 1903,

Caroline Sydney Anne, d. of John Madden, of Hilton

Park, and has issue — Chandos Sydney Cedric, commonly

called Earl of Cardigan, b. 1904 [m. 1924, Joan, d. of

Stephen Salter, of Ryde, I.O.W. ; and has issue — Michael

Sydney Cedric Bruce, commonly called Viscount Saver-

nake, fi. 1926]; Lady Ursula Daphne ; Lady Rosemary

Enid. Seat — Savemake Forest, Marlborough, WUts.

Clubs — Badminton, Ranelagh.

BRUGES, see LUDLOW-BRUGES.

BRUNE, see PRIDEAUX-BRUNE.

BRUNNER (H. Coll., 1895) -Gules, a fountain playing
proper, charged on the basin with a rose gules, in chief two
mullets of six points or. Mantling gules and or ; and for
his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a
wing erect gules, a fountain, as in the arms. MottO —
^' Bibe si sapis."

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir John Tomlinson Brunner, P.C.,

ist Bart.. J. P., D.L., M.P., i. 1842; m. ist, 1864,

Salome (who died 1874), daughter of James Davies of

Liverpool ; 2nd, 1875, Jane, daughter of the late Dr.

Wyman of Kettering: —

Sir John Fowler Brunner, 2nd Bart. (1895), M.P. for

Leigh Div. of S.-W. Lanes. 1906-10, for Northwich Div.

^f Chester 1910-18, Southport 1923-24, J. P. co. Chester,




aud has surv. issue— Felix John Morgan Brunner, Esq.,
d. 1897 [m. 1926, Dorothea Elizabeth, d. of the late
H. B. Irving]; and Joyce Morgan [m. 1924, William A.
Worsley, son of Sir William Worsley, Bart.]. J?es. — Sandi-
way House, Northwich ; 43 Harrington Gardens, S.W.
Clubs— Reiorm, National Liberal.

Sons (f Roscoe Brunner, Esquire, J. P. co. Chester,

Bar.ister-at-Law, Inner Temple, i. 1871 ; d. 1926; m.

' 1898, Ethel, eldest d. of Arthur Houston, LL.D. ,

K.C. :—

Anthony Brunner, Gentleman (renounced the names of

Egbert Sidney Houston, by Deed Poll 1919, and took the

name of Anthony), 6. 1901.

Oswald Patrick O'Brien Brunner, Gentleman, d. 1908.

BRUNTON (H. Coll., 1908). Or, a caduceus sable, on
a chief azure, three pallets argent. Mantling sable and or.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, a
beacon fired between two sprigs of laurel proper. Mottoes
— (over crest), "Fax mentis incendium gloriae " ; (below
arms), " Deus noster refugium et virtus."

Son of Sir (Thomas) Lauder Brunton, ist Bart., Kt.

Bach., M.D., D.Sc, F.R.S., F.R.C.P., LL.D., i.

1844; d. 1916; w. 1879, Louisa Jane {d. 1909), d. of

late Archdeacon Stopford of Kells, co. Meath: —
Sir (Tames) Stopford Lauder Brunton, 2nd Bart. (1908),
i. 1884; m. iqiS, Elizabeth, d. of Jchn Bonsall Porter,
Prof, of Engineering, McGiU Univ. Montreal, and has
issue: — Edward Francis Lauder Brunner, E-q., d. 1916;
and Ethel .Alice Bonsall. J?es.— 163 Cote des Neiges Rd.,
Montreal; Holydian Hill, Guysborough, Nova Scotia.
C/?^i^^— Caledonian, University (Montreal).

BRUXNER-RANDALL, see RANDALL.

BRYAN, see BELLEW, Baron.

BRYAN of Toronto (H. CoU.) Or, three piles in
point azure, each charged with a pheon of the field, and
in base a hunting horn stringed of the second. Mant-
ling azmre and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours.




i. May 24, 1865 ; m. 1894, Lucy Marianne Vaughan, d. of
Octavius Vaughan Morgan of The Boltons, Kensington ;



a lion sejant proper, resting the sinister paw on a garb,
and holding in the dexter paw an arrow in bend sinister,
point downwards, both or. Motto — " Vigueur de
dessus." Livery — Blue, with yellow facings.



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Eldest son of John Bryan, Gentleman, of Toronto,
b. 1827 ; d. 1884 ; tn. 1848, Jane, d. of Bernard
Jennings, Gentleman, of Dunmanway, co. Cork : —
Rev. Bernard Bryan, Clerk in Holy Orders, D.D.
Canon and Prebendary St. Alban's Cathedral, b. 1851 ;
m. 1872, Marv Kerr, d. of VVilUam Glermon, Gentleman ;
and has issue^— (i) Claude Glennon Bryan, Esq., Lt.-Col.
Canadian Expeditionary Force (1915-19), b. 1876
[m. 191 1, Mary Annette Furness, of Grantley Hall,
Ripon, Yorks., niece of Lord Furness, of Grantley ; and
bas issue — Claude GUbert Furness Bryan, Gentleman,
b. 1912 ; John Malcolm Bryan, Gentleman, b. 1913] ;
<2) John Jennings Bryan, Gentleman, b. 1878 [m. 1908,
Florence, d. of Delos VVolverton, Gentleman, of Toronto] ;
(3) Bernard Gordon Bryan, Gentleman, b. 1887 ; Florence
May ; and Laura Maude. Res. — Glenwood, Toronto,
Canada.

LOFTUS ANTHOMY BRYAN, Esq., J.P. and D.L.
CO. \Ve.\ford ( High Sheriff 1892), late Capt. Waterford Art.
S. Div. R..\. Born 1867, being the only son of tlie late
Loftus .Anthony Bryan, Esq.,of Highfield Manor, co. Dublin
(second son of Lofius A. Bryan, Esq., ot Upton and Borr-
mount Mani>r, Enniscorthy, 6. 1793 (High Sheriff 1836-37),
and created Freeman of the City of Dublin) ; who ;«. 1865,
Georgina Percival (d. 1908), d. and co-heiress of Thomas
M'Craith, Esq., of Loughloher, co. Tipperary, and of
O'Brien's Bridge, co. Clare [.Vlr. Loftus Bryan //. 1871] ;
inherited this property — from his uncle, William 1. Bryan,
Esq., M.A.. LL.B (T.C.D.), J.P. for co. Wexford— in
1873. Armorial bearings — Ermine, a lion rampant gules,
crowned or, between two cinquefoils in chief and a fleur-de-
Ivs in base azure ; a canton of the second charged with three
bars dancett^e argent (for Tottenham, Loftus). Mantling
gules and argent. Crest— On a mural crown proper, a
lion rampant gules, collared gemelle or, and charged on
the shoulder with a cinquefoil argent (Ulster's Office.
Dublin). Mottoes — " Ferromearecupero"and" Chateau-,
briand." Lizety -While (or drab), with claret facings,
•waistcoat— black and yeilow. Married, 1886, Annie, yst
d. of the late M. R. Ryan, Esq., J. P., of Temple Mungret
CO. Limerick; and has issue— (i) Loftus Anthony Bryan
Gentleman, d. 1886, Lieut. South Irish Horse and of the
Roval Flying Corps, of Carrigmenan, Killurin. co. We.x-
ford ; (2) William Jacob Bryan, Gentleman, d. 1889, B.A.
Trin.' Coll.. Dublin; (3) John Donough Owen Bryan, fi.
1904; Bertha Charlotte Georgina; and Annie Caitlir
Elizabeth. Seats— Upton, Kilmuckririge, Gorey ; Bcrr-
mount Mano^, Enniscorthy, and other estates in the co.
Wexford and the co. Clare. C/w^- Naval and Military.

BRYANT (H. Coll.). Argent, three cornflowers in pale
proper between two pallets vert, each charged with four
round buckles or. Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a cornflower erect, stalked and
leaved proper, entwined with a buckle as in the arms.
Motto — " Respice aspice prospice. "

Son of Theodore Henry Bryant, Gentleman, ^. 1843;

m. 1869, Isabella Martha, d. of William Fergusson : —
FrederickCarkeetBrvant,Esq.,C.M.G.,C.B.E., D.S.O.,
Lt. -Col. Res. of Officers late R. A. , Officer Legion of Honour,
i. 1879 ; m. 1915. Rosamond, 2nd d. of the late PhiHp
Beresford Hope. Res.— The Red Cottage, Holmbury
St. Mary. Surrey. C/«*5— Bath, Hurlingham.

BRYDSON (H. CoU.). Azure, guttee-d'eau, a bridge
of four arches between two dolphins naiant embowed
in chief, and a sphere in base all proper. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a demi-mariner in profile proper, vested and capped
azure, collared argent, girdled or, grasping in the dexter
hand an anchor erect of the last, and resting the sinister
hand on a wreath of coral gules. Motto — " Tutus in
undis."

Only son of Arthur Paul Brydson, Esq., J. P., M.A.,

of Water Park, Ulverston, b. 1859 ; d. 1922 ;

wj. 1889, Catherine, d. of Matthew Benson Hamson,

Esq., J.P., D.L., of Scale Howe, Ambleside, and

Water Park, Ulverston : —

Paul Reginald Benson Brydson, Gentleman, b. 1892,

Seat — Water Park, Greenodd, Ulverston, Lanes. Club

— Junior Carlton.

BRYMER (H. Coll., 1814). Per bend erminois and
gules, in chief a demi-catherine-wheel in bend of the last.
Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the



colours, a plume of six ostrich feathers alternately gules and
argent, charged with an escutcheon of the last, thereon a
catherine-wheel of the first. Motto — " Virtute."

Son of Ven. Frederick Augustus Brymer, M.A., Rector

of Charlton-Mackrell, Somerset, and Archdeacon of

Weils, d. 1850; li. 1917 ; m. 1882, Marv, eldest d. of

late Rev. Wil iam Frederick Neville, M.A., Vicar of

Butieigh, Somerset: —

Wilfred John Brymer, Esq. , J.P. Dorset, 6. 1883. J?es.

— Ilsington, Dorchester, Dorset. Ciud — Oxford and

Cambridge.

BUCCL EUCH, Duke of, see MONTAGU-DOUGLAS-
SCOTT.

BUCHAN, Earl of, see ERSKINE.
BUCHAN, see FORDYCE-BUCHAN.

BUCHAN of Auchmacoy (L.O., 1830 and 29 March
1913). Quarterly, i and 4, argent, three lions' heads
erased, two and one sable, langued gules (Buchan of
Auchmacoy); 2 and 3, quarterly, i. and iiii., gules, three
cinquefoils ermine; ii. and iii., argent, a galley with her
sails furled sable, all within a bordure compon^e argent and
azure, the first charged with hearts gules and the second
with mullets argent (Hamilton of Bargany). Mantling
sable, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries,
a sun shining upon a sun-flower full blown proper. Motto
— " Non inferiura secutus."

Second son of the late Rt. Hon. James Augustus
Sinclair, i6th Earl of Caithness, d. 1827 ; d. 1891 ;
m. 1855, Janet, d. of Roderick Macleod: —

The Rt. Hon. Sir Norman Macleod Buchan (formerly
Sinclair), i8th Earl of Caithness (28 Aug. 1455), and Lord
Berriedale in Scotland, a Baronet of Nova Scotia, Lt.-Col.
late Gordon Highlanders, d. 1862 ; tn. 1893, Lilian, d. of
late Higford Higford ; and has surv. issue — Lady Olivia
[m. 1920, Capt. Stephen Lloyd Trevor, of Tyringham
Cottage, Newport Pagnell, and has issue] ; Lady Diana;
Lady Lucy ; and Lady Augusta Lilian. .Sea/— Auchmacoy,
Ellon, CO. Aberdeen. Clud — Caledonian.

Major JOHN INNERARITY BUCHAN, V.D. (re-
tired), Victoria Militia, J.P. Born Nov. 11, 1842, being
the eldest son of John Buchan, Gentleman, by his wife
Charlotte, dau. of Thomas Bell. Armorial bearings —
Per fesse indented or and azure, a garb between two
lions' heads erased in chief of the last, and a like lion's
head between two garbs in base of the first. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, an oak tree eradicated fesse-
wise proper, thereon a lion rampant per fesse indented
or and azure, holding in the dexter fore-paw a branch of
laurel slipped also proper. Motto—" Facta non verba."
Married, March 19, 1885, Blanche Ellen, eldest dau. of
Joseph Shaw : and has /ssue — (i) Eric John Buchan, Gentle-
man, i. Jan. 3, 1886; (2) Ronald Buchan, Gentleman.
i. .\ug. 12, 1887; (3) Kenneth Shaw Buchan, Gentleman,
d. March 7, 1890; Olive Charlotte; and Viola Blanche,
jRes. — Finhaven, Stevenson Street, Studley Park, Kew, near
Melbourne. Clud—Na.va.\ and Military (Melbourne).

BUCHAN -HEPBURN of Smeaton (L.O., 1815).
Quarterly, i and 4, gules, on a chevron argent, a rose
between two lions combatant of the first (Hepburn) ; 2.
argent, three lions' heads erased gules (for Buchan) ; 3.
argent, an anchor bendwise azure, on a chief of the last
three cranes or ( Beck). Mantling gules and argent. Crests
— I. on wreaths of his liveries, a horse argent, furnished
gules, tied to a yew-tree proper (for Hepburn) ; 2. the sun
in the dexter chief, with a sunflower in full blow open to it
proper (for Buchan). Supporters — Dexter, a lion gules ;
sinister, a heron with an eel in its beak proper. Mottoes —
(above first crest) "Keep traist ; " (above second crest)
" Non inferiora secutus;" (below arms) "Domum antiquam
redintegrare."

Eld. surv. son of Sir Thomas-Buchan-Hepburn, 3rd

Bart., D.L,, M.P. for co. Haddington 1838-47, 6.

1804; d. 1893; m. 1835, Helen, d. of Archibald Little

of Shabden Park, Surrey : —
Sir Archibald Buchan-Hepburn, 4th Bart. (6 May 1815),
Barnster-at-Law, educated at Glenalmond and Trin. Coll.,
Carab. , B.A. 1875, J.P. and D.L. co. Haddington, and
Chairman of the County Council, 6. 1852; m. 1890, Edith
Agnes {d. 1923), only child of the late Edward Kent Kars-
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Buchan-Hepburn, Esq., i>. 1894 [m. 1916, Jessie Law-
rence, d. of the late Francis Smith, M.D., and has issue —
Ninian Bucnan Archibald John Buchan-Hepburn, Esq.,
d. 1922 : and Primrose Eda (Res. — Clapham Lodge, Patch-
ing, Worthing( ; Patrick George Thomas Buchan-Hepburn,
Esq., i. 1901 ; and Laslia Helen. Seat — Smeaton-Hepburn,
Prestonkirk. C/u6s — Carlton, Pratt's, Hurlingham (Lon-
don), New (Edinburgh).

BUCHANAN, see PARKES-BUCHANAN, GRAY-
BUCHANAN, FERGUSON-BUCHANAN, and LEITH-
BUCHANAN.

BUCHANAN of Dunburgh, formerly of Ardenconnel
(L.O., 1791). Or, a lion rampant sable, between two
otters' heads erased in chief proper and a cinquefoil in
base of the second, all within the Royal treasure of the last.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of his
liveries, an armed dexter hand holding a cap of dignity
purpuie, facing ermine. Motto —" Nunquam victus."

Only son of Sir Eric Alexander Buchanan, 3rd Bart.

6. 1848 ; d. 1928 ; m. 1898, Constance Augusta, d.

of the late Commr. Charles Edmund Tennant, R.N.,

of Needwood House, Burton-on- Trent : —
Sir Charles James Buchanan, 4th Bart. (14 Dec. 1878).
Lieut. Highland L.L, i. 1899. Nes.—

BUCHANAN (L.O.), Or, a lion rampant sable, armed
and langued gules, holding in its sinister fore-paw three
ears of barley conjoined in stalk vert, a bordure invected
of the second. Mantling gules, doubled ermine. Crest —
A dexter arm couped at the elbow holding in the hand a
ducal coronet between two branches of laurel orleways
proper. Supporters — On the dexter, a ram proper ; on
the sinister, a horse argent, each charged on the shoulder
with three ears of barley proper, banded aziure. Motto —
" Clarior hinc honos."

Son of Alexander Buchanan, of Glasgow: —

Rt. Hon. Sir James Buchanan, ist Baron Woolaving-
ton, of Lavington, Sussex (24 Jan. 1922), Bart. (1920),
J. P. Sussex and Ross-shire, b. 1849 ; m. 1892, Anne
{d. 1918), d. of Thomas Pounder ; and has issue —
Catherine \m. 1922, Reginald Macdonald-Buchanan,
M.C.,Capt. Scots Gds, (asssumed by Deed Poll Jan. 1922,
the additional surname of Buchanan) ; and has issue].
Seats — Lavington Park, Petworth, Sussex ; Knockando
Lodge, Speyside, N.B. Town res. — 25 Berkeley Square,
W. Clubs — Conservative, Carlton.

HERBERT BLACKWOOD BUCHANAN, Gentleman
of Throsk, Stirlingshire. Born 1889, being the only son of
George Buchanan, Esq., of Arden, Stirlingshire, who d.
1894, by Lillias Catharine, second dau. of Daniel Ritchie
of Blackwood, Victoria, Australia. Armorial bearings
(L.O., 1793) Or, a lion rampant sable, in his dexter fore-
paw a dagger proper, within a double tressure fiory counter-
flory of the second, all within a bordure gules. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of his
liveries, a dexter hand grasping a scimitar proper. Motto —
" Audaciter." Res. —

JOHN YOUNG BUCHANAN, Gentleman, F.R.S. Bom
1844, being the eldest surv. son of the late John Buchanan,
Gentleman, of Dowanhill, Merchant in Glasgow, by his wife
Jane, dau. of John Young, Merchant in Glasgow. Armorial
bearings ( L. O. , 1868) — Or, a lion rampant sable, armed and
langued gules, within a double tressure flowered counter-
flowered of fleurs-de-lys of the second, a bordure engrailed,
parted per pale azure and of the third. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, an
eagle rising proper ; and in an escroll over the same this
Motto, " Audax oiHQia^perpeti. " Residence —

THOMAS ALEXANDER BUCHANAN. Esquire, late
Captain H.M.'s Indian Army. Born March 26, 1842, being
the eldest son of the late John Buchanan of Powis, by his
wife Harriet, eldest dau. of Joseph Nimmo, H.E. l.C.S. ,
Bombay. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1810)— Quarterly,
I and 4, or, a lion rampant gules, within a double
tressure flory counterflory sable (Buchanan) ; 2 and 3,
sable, a chevroi argent between three bears' heads of
the last, muzzled gules (Leng). Mantling gules and
or. Crest On a wreath of his liveries, a sword erect
in pale proper, hiked and pommelled or. Mottoes—
(over the crest), " Virtute gladii parvi"; (below the



shield), " Nobilis est ire leonis." Married, May 3, 1873
Mary Anne, dau. of the late W. Griffiths ; and has Issue—
(i) Ralph Abercromby Edmonstone Buchanan, Gentleman,
b. 1875 ; (2) Archibald Buchanan, Gentleman, b. 1882 ; and
Olivia Evelyn. .Sea/— Powis, near Stirling, N.B.

WILLIAM CROSS BUCHANAN. Gentleman. Botn

, being the eldest son of the late John Cross

Buchanan of Moss and Auchintoshan, Dumbartonshire,
Esq., J. P. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1867)— Quarterly, i
and 4, or, a lion rampant sable, holding in the dexter paw
a cinquefoil ermine, within a double tressure flory counter-
flory of the second ; 2 and 3, argent, a raven, wings endorsed
proper, between four cross crosslets fitch^e gules. Mant-
ling gules, doubled argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of his