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wings or. Motto—" Fidus esto."

Son of late James Burns, Edinburgh, b. 1802 ; d. 1848 ;

m. 1834, Margaret Montgomery, d. of Capt. Owen

Lindsey of Springfield, Ireland: —
James Henry Burns, Gentleman, late of .Armsthall,
Falkirk, Solicitor, b. 1843; m. 1873, Margaret Mair, d. of
Archibald Johnston of Woodville ; and has issue — Seven
sons and one dau. Pes. — 2 Murrayfield Gardens,

BURNS (Matric. L.O. ). Ermine, on a bend azure, an
escutcheon or, charged with a holly-bush and in chief a
shepherd's crook surmounted by a bugle-horn in saltire
all proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a

wreath of his liveries, an oak-tree shivered, renewing its
foliage proper. Motto — " Ob patriam vulnera passi."

Son of Robert Burns, b. 1847; d. 1891 ; tn. 1871,

- Sibylla, d. of the late Rev. Phillipps Donnithorne

• - Dayman, M.A., Vicar of Poundstock, Cornwall : —

*""":? Kenneth Glencairn Burns, Gentleman, b. 1872; m. 1895,

Emmeline Bertha, d. of William Winter. Post. add. —

c/o Messrs. Child & Co. i Fleet St., E.G. 4.




JAMES BURNS-HARTOPP, Esquire, late Capt.
Leicestershire Yeomaniy Cavalry, formerly Royal
Horse Guards, J. P. for cos. Leicester and Kerry, D.L.
Leicestershire. Assumed by Royal Licence 1894 the
additional name and arms of Hariopp. Born Oct. 22,
1862, being the eldest son of John William Burns of
Kilmahew, co. Dumbarton, Esq., J. P., D.L. , by his wife
Helen, only d. of Gen. Sir George Moyle Sherer, K. C.S.I.
Armorial bearings —Quarterly, i and 4, sable, a chevron
between three otters argent, a canton or, for distinction (for
Hartopp) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a chevron gules, between
two spur-rowels in chief and a hunting-horn in base sable,
three fleurs-de-lys of the field (for Burns), and upon an
escutcheon of pretence the same arms of Hartopp without
the mark of distinction. Mantling sable and argent.
Crests— I. out of a ducal coronet or, a pelican issuing
argent, charged on the neck with a cross crosslet for dis-
tinction, vulning herself proper (for Hartopp); 2. upon a
wreath of the colours, a hand proper, holding a hunting-
horn sable, garnished or ; and in an escroll over the same
this Motto, "Ever ready." Married, June 4, 1894,
Florence Honoria, dau. and heiress of Capt. William Wrey
Hartopp, and granddau. of Edward Bourchier Hartopp
of Dalby Hall; and has surv. Issue — Laetitia Honoria;
and Helen Dorothy Lina. ^ea^— Dalby Hall, Melton

BURNS-LINDOW (Roy. Lie, 1871). Ermine, on a
chevron dove-tailed between three sinister hands couped
at the wrist gules, as many fountains. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a lion
rampant gules, sem^e of buckles or, and holding between
the paws a fountain. MottO — " Vi et virtu te." Livery —
Buff, crimson facings.

Sons of the late Jonas Lindow Burns- Lindow, Esq.,

of Irton Hall, co. Cumberland, J. P. and D.L. (High

Sheriff 1877), formerly Capt. Royal Cumberland Militia,

(who assumed the name and arms of Lindow, by the

will of his uncle, Samuel Lindow, Esq., J. P., D.S., by

Roy. Lie. 1871), b. 1837; d. 1893; vi. 1867, Mary, d.

of Mark Hildesley Quayle, Esq., of Crogga, Isle of

Man, H.M.'s Clerk of the Rolls of that island :—

Lt.-Col. Isaac William Burns-Lindow, D.S.O. , late

Maj. 8th Hussars, served S. African War igoo-oi, Great

War 1914-17, Lieut.-Col. Comdg. S. Irish Horse 1916-22,

(despatches 4 times), b. 1868 ; m. 1896, Madelaine Harriet

Mary Theresa, dau. of Col. Boileau, of Old Catton,

Norwich. Seat — Ehen Hall , Whitehaven, co. Cumberland.

Kes. — The Manor House, Kingcliffe, Peterboro'. Chibs—

Cavalry. R.A.C., County (Carlisle).

Samuel Lindow Burns-Lindow, Esq., J. P. (High Sheriff
1906),/^. 1869. Res. — Greenlands, Holmrcck, Cumberland.
Mark Hildesley Jonas Burns-Lindow, Gentleman, M.C. ,
Order of the Crown (Italy , i^. 1879; '■"• 1903. Elizabeth,
eld. d. of James Angus Cameron, of Firhall, Nairnshire;
and has issue — Elizabeth Mary Noreen. Res. —

WILLIAM BURNYEAT, Esquire, J. P. for Cumberland
(1894). Born 1849, being the son of William Burnyeat of
Whitehaven. Arimorial bearings — Per pale or and azure,
on a chevron between three bears' heads couped, two quatre-
foils all counterchanged. Mantling azure and or ; and for
his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, issuant from flames
proper, a bear's head per pale or and azure, gorged with
a collar flory counterflory counterchanged. Married, 1873.
S. Frances, only child of Thomas Dalzell of Moresby (and
Ann Tower>on, his wife, of Swinside in Copeland, Cumber-
land), Whitehaven ; and has issue— William John Dalzell
Burnyeat, Esq., M.P. Whitehaven 1906-10, J. P., b. 1874
[/«. 1908, Hildegard H. A. A., d. of Col. Retztaff of
Friedenau, Berlin]. Seat — Mill Grove, Moresby, White-

BURR (H. Coll., 1822). Ermine, on a moimt vert,
issuing from park palings with gate proper, a lion rampant
or, holding in the dexter paw a scimitar all proper, on a
chief indented sable, two lions rampant argent. Mantling
vert and argent. Crest — Out of a mural crown inscribed
with the word " Ternate " a Malay holding in his dexter
hand the colours of Ternate all proper, granted in com-
memoration of the capture in 1801 of that island, the chief
of the Malaccas, by the late Lt.-Gen. Daniel Burr,
H.E.I.C.S. Motto—" Virtus verus honos,"

Ygst. son of Daniel Higford Davall Burr of Aldermaston
Court, Berks., J. P. cos. Glos., Berks, and Hereford, b.

1811 ; d. 1885 ; m. 1839, Anne Margaretta, d. of Capt.

Edward Scobell, R.N., of Poltair, Penzance: —
Arthur Scudamore Burr, Gentleman, b. 1857. Res. —

Son of Rev. James Henry Scudamore Burr, b. i8i6 ;

%i. ; m. 1840, Jane, only child of Vice.-Adm.

Charles Gordon : —
Henry Burr, Gentleman, b. 1841. Res.—

BURRA of Bockhanger (H. Coll.). Ermine, a chevron
engrailed sable, between three chaplets of roses proper,.

a chief vert, fretty argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a griffin's head erased sable, sem^e of
annulets or, a fret of the last. Motto — ' ' Pactum serva."

Son of William Pomfret Burra, Esq. , Capt. 4th Batt.

The Buffs (eld. son of James Salkeld Burra, see below) ,.

b. 1874; d. 1919; 111. 1901, Ella Mara, d. of late Capt.

Arthur Grenville Tucker of Newcastle, Natal : —
Peter James Salkeld Burra, Gentleman, b. 1909. Res. —
Freshwell, Saffron Walden, Essex.

Sons of James Salkeld Burra, Esq., J. P. for Kent,

M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1838; d. 1911 ; m. 1873, Eleanor

Margaret, youngest dau. of Nicolas Toke of Godinton,

Kent :—
Launcelot Toke Burra, Gentleman, M.D.,M.A. (Oxon).,
b. 1879 ; m. 1912, Dorothy Hamilton, d. of His Hon.
Judge J. H. H. Moore of Dromin, Delgany, co. Wicklow ;
and has issue — Mary Cathaiine. Res. — The Glebe House,
Little Kimble, Princes Risborough, Bucks.

Arthur Nicolas Burra, Gentleman, b. 1885; m. 1913,.
Mary Mona, second d. of P. C. Mackenzie of Little
Benhams, Horsham, Sussex. .ff«. — Tauranga, New

Septimus Henry Burra, Gentleman. M.A. (Oxon. ), i>.
1887 ; in. 1913, Frances Anna Marjorie, only d. of His Hon.
Judge Alan Macpherson of Bakewell Hall, Derbyshire.
Res. —Cheltenham.

BURRA (H, Coll.). Ermine, a chevron engrailed sable,,
between three chaplets of roses proper, a chief vert, fretty
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
griffin's head erased sable, sem^e of annulets or, a fret of
the last. Motto—" Persiste." Z-zV^ry- Dark blue coat,
with brass buttons, and scarlet waistcoat.

Son of Robert Burra, Esq., J. P., b. 1840; d. 1913 ; m.

1869, Clara, only d. and coheiress of the late Johm

Abernethy Warburton : —




Robert Burra, Esq., J. P., />. 1874; »i. 1898, Susan de
Saumarez Percy (rf. 1926), d. of Percy Tew of Heath Hall,

Wakefield, co. York. ; and has (issue — Susan Elizabeth
and Bridget Katharine. J^es. — Gale, Sedburgh, York.

BURRARD of Walhampton (H. Coll., 1839). Azure, a
lion passant argent, between two estoiles in chief, and a
cross crosslet fitch^e in base of the second, on a chief or,
two lions rampant respecting each other gules, supporting
a sinister hand couped of the last. Mantling' azure and
argent. Crest — A naval crown or, therefrom issuing a cubit
arm erect proper, charged with a cross pat^e gules, the
hand grasping a trident in bend sinister, points downwards,
gold. Supporters— (By Royal Warrant, 1839, to descend
with Baronetcy). On either side a lion reguardant argent,
standing upon an anchor proper, supporting a trident erect
or, gorged with a naval crown, therefrom a chain reflexed
over the back azure. Motto — " Persevere."

Only son of Sir Harry Burrard, 5th Bart., i. 1818 ; d.

1871 ; m. 1845, Mary Standley {d. 1875), d. of J. Allen

of Blackhealh : —
Sir Harry Paul Burrard, 6th Bart., of Walhampton,
(G.B., 3 Ap. 1769) J. P. CO. Hants., late Lieut. 6th Royal
Rifles, 6. 1846; m. ist, 1872, Margaret Jane [d.s.p. 1885),
d. of John Anderson of Rothesay and St. John, N.B., Esq. ,
J. P. ; 2nd, 1888, Jane Eleanor Frances, d. of Lt.-Col.
Bernard George Griffin Beale of Farningham, co. Kent. —
Res. — 33 Westbourne Avenue, Worthing.

Sons of Lt.-Col. Sidney Burrard, Grenadier Guards,

b. 1826; d. 1893; W2. 1859, Geraldine Augusta, d. of

W'illiam Richardson of Portland Place and Wanstead,

CO. Essex : —
Sir Sidney Gerald Burrard, K.C.S.I., F.R.S., Col. (ret.)
R.E., Surveyor-Gen. of India since 1910, awartled the
Victoria Gold Medal of the Royal Geographical Soc. 1913, b.
i860; jn. 1887, Gertrude, d. of Major-Gen. Charles Haig,
R.E. ; and has issue — Gerald Burrard, Esq., D.S.O. , Maj.
R.F.A., b. 1888 \_m. 1917. Hilda Elizabeth, d. of the late
Robert Mumm ; and has issue — Elizabeth Geraldine] ; and
Joan [m. 1922, Capt. Sidney Lewes Dashwood, R.E.].
Res. — Farnborough.

William Dutton Burrard. Esq., C.M.G., late Lt.-Col.
and Col. comdg. Lancashire R.G.A., late MajorR.F.A.,
b. 1861 ; 7>i. 1903, Mabel Elizabeth, widow of C. T. C.
Tatham of Bendemeer, Eastbourne. Res. — 18 Brock
Street, Bath. Club — Army and Navy.

Charles Burrard, Esq., Major (ret.) 121st Pioneers. Indian
Army, b. 1867; m. 1903, Heather Lucy, d. of Francis
William Both of Somerset, co. Derby.

Harry George Burrard, Esq., C.B., C.S.I. , D.S.O.,
Col. R.A.S.C., b. 1871 ; m. igoo, Mabel, d. of Major-
Gen. Charles Armstrong, B.C.S. Res. —

BURRELL (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, vert, three
shields argent, each charged with a bordure engrailed or
(Burrell); 2 and 3. argent, three bars sable (Raymond).
Motto — " Sub libertate quietem."

Son of Sir Charles Raymond Burrell, 6th Bart.,
J. P., D.L., b. 1848; d. 1899; m. 1872, Etheldreda
Mary, d. of Sir Robert Loder, ist Bart., M.P. : —
Sir Merrik Raymond Burrell, C.B. E. , 7th Bart. (31 May
1774). J-P- West Sussex, late Lieut, ist Royal Dragoons,
served in S. African War 1899-1901, and Great
War, Inspector of Remounts, b. 1877 ; m. ist, 1902,
Wilhelmina Louisa (whom he div. 1907), d. of Walter
Winans of Surrenden Park, Kent; and has issue^(i)
Walter Raymond Burrell, Esq.,i^. 1903; (2) Peter Burrell,
Esq., b. 1905; and Joan Louise Sjn. 1927, Lord North,
eld. son of 8th Earl of Guilford] ; m. 2nd, 1908, Carolie
Adelaide Mervyn, d. of John Porter, D. L. , of Belle Isle,
and Clonbalt, co. Longford; and has further issue —
Etheldreda Josephine. Seats — Knepp Castle, Horsham ;
Ockenden House, Cuckfield, Sussex. Clubs — Cavalry,

BURRELL (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i. vert, three shields
argent, each charged with a bordure engrailed or (Burrell) ;
2. argent, three battering-rams barwise in pale proper,
headed and garnished azure (Bertie) ; 3. the same arms of
Willoughby by inheritance ; 4. gules, a cross moline
argent (Beke of Eiesby) ; 5. sable, a cross engrailed argent
(Ufford, Earls of Suffolk); 6. quarterly, gules and or, in
the first quarter a mullet argent (De Vere, Earls of
Oxford) ; 7. the arms of Bolebec ; 8. the arms of Sanford ;
9. argent, a fesse between two bars gemelles gules (Badles-
mere) ; 10. vair, on a chief gules, three mullets or (Fitz
Barnard); 11. or, three chevrons gules, a label azure
(Clare) ; 12. argent, on a chief azure, three saltires or
(St. Lys) ; 13. gules, a lion passant or (Ghisnes) ; 14.
azure, a lion rampant or (Fitz Hamon); 15. gules, a
bend lozengy or (Marshal); 16. argent, on a chief azure,
three crosses pat^e fitch^e of the field (Strongbow) ; 17.
sable, three garbs argent (MacMurchad) ; 18. the arms of
Sergeaux ; 19. argent, three chevrons sable (Archdeckne) ;
20. bendy argent and sable (Hacconibe); 21. gules, three
roaches barwise argent (Roche); 22. argent, a lion ram-
pant gules, over which a fesse or, charged with three
crosses pat^e fitch^e sable (Colbroke) ; 23. argent, a
chevron sable, between three roses gules, seeded vert
(Smith) ; 24. vert, a chevron ermine between three escallops
argent (Chedder) ; 25. sable, a chevron between three
alerions or (Postmer); 26. argent, fretty gules, a bezant
at each intersection (Trusseel) ; 27. azure, a cross engrailed
or (Charnells); 28. quarterly, i. and iiii., France and
England, quarterly, ii. Scotland, iii. Ireland, and over all
a sinister baton argent (Fitz Roy) ; 29. or, a bend azure,
charged with a star of six points between two crescents of
the field (Scott, Dukes of Buccleuch) ; 30. quarterly, i. and
iiii., argent, three lozenges conjoined in fesse gules within
a bordure sable (Montague) ; ii. and iii., or, an eagle dis-
played vert, beaked and membered gules (Monthermer) ;
31. vert, three eagles displayed in fesse or (Wynne of
Gwydyr— these being the arms of Owen Gwyedd, Prince
of North Wales) ; 32. or, an inescutcheon within an orle
of martlets sable (Brownlow).

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Peter Robert Burrell, 4th Baron

Gwydyr, J. P., C.A., D.L., and (1858) High Sheriff

CO. Suffolk, Chairman of Suffolk Quarter Sessions,

J. P. and High Steward for Ipswich, b. 1810; d. 1909;

m. 1st, 1840, Sophia (d. 1843), d. and h. of F. W.

Campbell of Barbreck: —

The late Rt. Hon. Sir Willoughby Merrik Campbell

Burrell, 5th Baron Gwydvr (G. B. , 16 June 1796), and 6th

Bart. (G.B., 15 July 1766), F.R.G.S., J. P. and D.L. co.

Suffolk, Hon. Col. ist Vol. Batt. Suffolk Regt. [Supporters

— Dexter, a grey friar vested in russet, with his crutch and

rosary all proper, on the breast an eagle displayed or ;

sinister, a savage, wreathed about the temples and waist

with oak, all proper, charged on the breast as the dexter],

b. 1841 ; d. 1915 ; m. ist, 1873, Mary (</. 1898), d. of Sir

John Banks, K.C. B. , M. D. , Physician-in-Ordinary to Queen

Victoria; 2nd, 1901, Anne [d. 1910), d. of John Ord

of Overwhitton ; and left issue — Hon. Catharine Mary

Sermonda [;n. 1902, Sir John Henniker Heaton, 2nd Bart.

[q.v.'), and has issue]. Seat — Stoke Park, Ipswich.

BURRELL of Liverpool (H. Coll., 27 July 1923).
Per saltire argent and azure, two roses gules, barbed and
seeded proper in fesse, between in chief a lion's head




erased, and in base a battleaxe or. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a sinister
arm embowed in chain-mail proper, armed with a shield
argent, charged with a bordure engrailed or, and hold-
ing in the gauntlet a sprig of burr, also proper. Motto —
" Justicia, honor, benevolentia."

Sons of John Heam Burrell, Gentleman, b. 1854 ;
d. 1928 ; m. 1883, Gertrude, d. of James Bowen, of
Quebec, Canada : —
James Bowen Burrell, Gentleman, b. 1886. Res. —
19 Croxteth Road, Liverpool.

Charles Hearn Oscar Dudley Burrell, Gentleman, M.C.,
6. 1901.
Kenneth Burrell, Gentleman, b. 1903.

BURRELL (H. Coll.). Per pale or and argent,
a saltire couped gules, between four burdock-leaves vert,
on a chief engrailed azure a lion's head erased between
two battleaxes erect of the first. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm in
armour sable, charged with three horse-shoes in pale or,
the hand grasping a bunch of burdock leaves vert.

Son of Marras, of , b. ;

tn. : —

William Palfrey Burrell, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Inner
Temple, Asst. Judge (ret.) of Supreme Court, Con-
stantinople, who assumed, by R.L. 27 Aug. 1918, the
name of Burrell in lieu of Marras, b. . Res. —

BURRILL-ROBINSON of Redmire, Yorks. (H. Coll.).
Vert, a chevron between in chief two stags trippant or, and
in base an escutcheon argent with a b irdure engrailed gules.
Mantling vert and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a bezant surrounded by a wreath of oak-leaves proper,
thereon a stag trippant gules.

.Son of C. J. Burriil, Gentleman, of Elm House : —

William Robinson Burrill-Robinson, Esq., J. P., t. 1884.
/fes.—'Eim House, Redmire, Yorks.

BURROUGH (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, argent,
two chevronels between three chaplets vert, the roses d'or
(for Burrough, granted with the crest, 1586, to Thomas
Burrough of Wickhanibrook, Suffolk) ; 2 and 3, argent,
a crossbow, pointed upwards, between four moorcocks sable,
beaked and iiiembered gules (for Highmore). Mantling

gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a torse argent and vert,
a griffon's head couped argent, beaked or, charged with
two chevronels as in the arms. Motto — " Vive ut vivas."

Eld. son of Rev. Charles Burrough, M.A. Univ. of

Cambridge (Jesus Coll.), Rector of Eaton Bishop, co.

Hereford, li. 1846; d. 1907; m. 1871, Georgina, third

d. of George Long, Esq., J. P. : —

Rev. Charles James Burrough, M.A. O-xon. , Rector o
Winterbourne, i. 1872 ; m. 1898, Lucy Mabel, d. of William
Wilson ; and has issue — (i) Rev. Charles William Burrough,
M.A. , Oxon. , Clerk in Holy Orders, 6. 1899; (2) John
Wilson Burrough, Gentleman, 6. 1904 ; (3) Thomas Noel
Challoner Burrough, Gentleman, d. 1906 ; Mary Lucy ; and
Margery Constance. J?es. — The Rectory, Winterbourne,

Sons of Rev. John Burrough, M.A., Chaplain to the
Forces, d. 1873 '< ^- 1922 ; m. 1909, Grace Winifred,
d. of William Robert Norris: —

John Eric Burrough, Gentleman, d. 191 1.

David Michael Burrough, Gentleman, d. 1915.

Yngr. sons of Rev. Charles Burrough (see above) :^

William George Burrough, Gentleman, Solicitor, d. 1875 ;
m. ist, 1906, Lily (d. 1919), d. of William Pople ; and has
issue — (i) Charles Arthur Burrough, Gentleman, i^. 1907; (2)
Herbert Dickenson Burrough, Gentleman, i. 1909 ; and
2 daus. ; m. 2nd, 192 1, Dorothy Ethel, d. of John Tate.
J?es.^Hi\\ House, Wedmore, Somerset.

Herbert Strong Burrough. Esq., late Capt. Reserve of
Officers, sometime resident Nigeria, 6. 1876; m. 1913,
Mabel Emily Josephine, d. of John Stamford Burrows ; and
has issue — 2 daus. Hes. — East Challow, Berks.

Edmund Andrew Burrough, Gentleman, 6. 1881 ; m.
1913, Mabel, only d. of W. Robertson. J?es. — Melbourne,

Hubert Michael Burrough, Gentleman, d. 1884; m.
1905, .Mary, d. of J. B. Doyle; and has issue — (i) Richard
Michael Burrough, Gentleman, d. 1906; (2) Francis Ber-
nard Burrough, Gentleman. 6. 1910 ; (3) Harold Victor
Burrough, Gentleman, i. 1912. Res. — Pretoria, S. .Africa.

Rev. Evan Gabriel Burrough, Vicar of Summertown,
6. 1885; )/i. 191 1, Amy Mary Ridgway, eldest d. of
Edward Ridgway Bridson ; and has issue — Evan Jerome
Ridgway Burrough, Gentleman, i. 1012; John Paul
Burrough, Gentleman, i. 1916. Jies. — Summerton Vicar-
age, Oxford.

Harold Martin Burrough, Esq., Capt. R.N., 6. 1888;
m. 1914, Nellie Wills, d. of C. Outhit of Halifax, N.S. ; and
has issue — John Outhit Harold Burrough, Gentleman, b.
1916 ; and 3 daus. Jies. —

Walter Raphael Burrough, Gentleman, 6. 1892 ; m. 1916,
Catherine, d. of Rev. Munday ; and has issue — Ronald
Walter Edward Burrough, Gentleman, fi. 1917 ; and
Judith Mary. /fes. — 43 Cromwell Road, Beckenham.

BURROUGHESof Burhngham, Norfolk (H. Coll.).
Per chevron sable and argent, a chevron per chevron be
tween in chief two chaplets and in base a crescent all
counterchanged. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a griffin's head couped and per
chevron argent and sable, charged on the neck with a
chaplet as in the arms. Motto — " Animo et fide."

Sons of Rev. Randall Burroughes of Burlingham Hall,

Norfolk, d. 1829; d. 1872; w. 1852, Hon. Emily

Harbord, d. of 3rd Lord Suffield : —

Capt. Henry Randall Burroughes, late 3rd Batt. Norfolk

Regt., J. P., d. 1863; m. 1904, Emily Ellen, d. of Hon. R.

Dunsmuir of Victoria, B.C. C/ufis -Turf, Marlborough,

Beefsteak, Pratt's.

Francis George Burroughes, Gentleman, late Lieut. 4th
Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., 6. 1868 ; m. 1894, Anne Kathleen
lulia, d. of Major the Hon. Edward Roden Bourke ; and
has surv. issue — Pamela [m. 1923, Capt. the Hon. Ivan
Haig, youngest son of the Earlol Erroll]. J?es. — Gartlings,
Biggleswade. C/z/^— Arthur's.

Sons of Thomas Henry Burroughes, Esq., D.L., 6.

1834; d. 1924; m. (ist), 1858, Hon. Edith Galfrida

Powys {d. 1863), d. of 3rd Lord Lilford ; (and), 1869,

Susan Helen, d. of Jesse David Watts-Russell of Biggin,

Northamptonshire : —

Charles Fitzpatrick Burroughes, Esq., Capt. Leics. Yeo. ,

fi. 1874 ; m. 1910, Katy Molineux youngest d. of Cecil

Thomas Molineux Montgomerie, of Garboldisham,

Norfolk, and has issue— Pleasance Eleanor. Jies. — Kenon

Cott;fge, Rutland.

Henry Neville Burroughes, Gentleman, fi. 1877 ; m. iqii,
Marie Claire, d. of Ven. Archdeacon Lindon of Funchal,
Madeira, and has issue— James Henry Lindon Burroughes,
Gentleman, 6. 1912 ; Michael Denis Burroughes, Gentle-
man, i. 1915. J^es.—2S Hertford Street, Mayfair, W.i.

BURROW of Liverpool (H. Coll.). Argent, on a fesse
gules, between in chief a lion passant of the second, and in
base on a mount vert a castle proper, three fleurs-de-lys or.




Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a hawk, wings elevated and endorsed proper,
belled or, between two fleurs-de-lys gold. Motto —
" Without fear."

Son of Burrow, of , b.

d. ; m. : —

George Albert Burrow, Merchant, b. . Res. —

1 HOMAS JAMES BURROWES, Esquire, J. P. and
U.L. CO. Cavan. Born .May 13, 1879, being the
eldest son of the late Robert lames Burrovses, Esq., J. P.
and D.L. , High Sheriff 1883, formerly Capt. ist Dragoon
Guards, by his wife Eliza Bankhead, dau. of Commoklore
Magruder, U.S. Navy, and niece of Major-Gen. J. B. Mag-
ruder. Armorial bearings — Or, on a cross gules, five
mullets argent, in each chief quarter a lion passant sable,
ducally crowned and langued of the second. Mantling
gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion
sejant guardant sable, ducally crowned or, langued gules.
Motto — " Non vi sed virtute. " Livery — Drab (dress);
black (undress). 5^(2^ -Edith Weston Hall, Rutland. Town
residence— ■i^ .■\lbert Hall Mansions, W. Clubs — Boodle's,
Kildare Stteet (Dublin).

BURROWS of Atherton (H. Coll., 27 Feb. 1906). Gules
a fesse vaire. in chief two lions rampant or, and in base a
stag's head caboshed argent, attired gold. Mantling gules

and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of
cross patee gules, an eagle's head erased proper. Motto —
" Semper fidelis."

Sons of Abraham Burrows, Esq., J. P. and C.A. co. of

Lancaster, of Green Hall. Atherton, b. 1827 ; d. igot ;

m. 1850, Elizabeth Golding, d. of John Dawbarn

of Oxton, Cheshire: —
The late John Seacome Burrows, Esq., J. P. and C.C.
Lanes., of Green Hall, .\therton. Lanes., b. 1854 ; d. 1917 ;
m. 1882, Jessie Wharton, d. of Thomas Green of Liver-
pool ; and left issue — (i) Francis Seacome Burrows, Esq.,
Capt. late R.F..^., b. 1883 {m. 1920, Aline, d. of Alfred
Strugnell of Hampstead [Seat — Starre, Colkirk, near
Fakenham, Norfolk. C/«i^— Roehampton)] ; (2) Eric John
Burrows, Esq., Capt. late ,b. 1892 ; Katherine Lyon ;

Elizabeth Saltenstall ; and .\1 ice Gertrude.

Miles Formby Burrows, Esq., J. P. Lanes., b. 1856; m.
1882, Gertrude, d. of Robert Dawbarn ; and has issue—
(i) Robert Abraham Burrows, Esq., J. P., b. 1884; (2)
Waller Formby Burrows, Esq., late Capt. in the Army, ^.

1886 ; (3) Miles Kenneth Burrrows, Esq., late Capt. in the
.Army, b. 1888. Res. — Brook Cottage. Langford, Somerset.
Rev. Francis Henry Burrows, .M.A. (Camb.), Hon.
Canon of Manchester, formerly Vicar of Christ Church,
Ashton-under-Lyne, Rural Dean, Chaplain 9th Batt.
.Manchester Regt., b. 1857; m. 1891, Margaret Nelson, d.
of Richard Curtis, Esq., J. P. Manchester, of Bowdon,
Cheshire; and has issue — (i) Richard Francis Geoffrey
Burrows, Esq., Capt. 1st Manchester Regt., ^.1893; (2)

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