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honourable augmentation, namelv, a canton ermine,
thereon an ostrich feather argent, quilled or, entiled by
the coronet which encircles the badge or phure of His
Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, gold], b. 1851; m.
1888, Caroline Cameron, only surv. dau. of the late Sir
William Withey Gull, ist Baronet ; and has surv. issue
— Theodore William Gull Acland, Esq., Capt. late R.E.,
B. A. (Camb. ), b. 1890. Post. add. — 19 Bryanston Square,
London, W. Club — Athenaeum.

Francis Edward Dyke Acland , Esq. ,M. I.C. E. , M. I. M. E. ,
formerly Capt. R.A. , b. 1857; tn. 1885, Marion Sarah, d.
of the late Rt. Rev. William Kenneth Macrurie, D.D. , Lord
Bishop of Maritzburg; and has issue — (i) Herbert Arthur
Acland, Gentleman, B.A. (Camb.), A.M.I. C.E., M.I.M.E.,
b. 1886 [ni. 1914, Maud Kathleen, eld. d. of Col. G.
Branson, of Broomgrove, Sheffield, and has issue —
Pauline Marjorie ; Gwyneth Sybil ; Stephanie Jane. Res.
—12 H.illycroft Avenue, Hampstead, N.W.] (2) Kenneth
Francis Dyke Acland, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N.,^. 1890
[m. 1919, Katherine Farquharson, d. of R. G. Baillie, of
Culter Allers, co, Lanark, and has issue— Elizabeth
Katherine Baillie] ; Charis Agnes ; and Clemence Mar-
garet. Res. — Walwood, Banstead, Surrey. Club — Junior
United Service.
Alfred Dyke Acland, Esq. (q.v.).

Sons of Sir Reginald Brodie Dyke Acland, Knt. Bach.,

K^.C.b. 1856; d. 1924; JK. 1885, Helen Emma, d.

of Rev. Thomas Fox, Rector of Temple Combe: —

Edward Fox Dyke Acland, Gentleman, Lieut. R.A.F.,

b. 1891 ; m. 1924, Beatrice, d. of the late J. W. Laver, of

Grimston Norfolk. Res. — 35 Cheyne Walk, Hendon,

N.W. Club—R.A.Y.

Wilfred Reginald Dyke Acland, Gentleman, D.F.C.,
A.F.C., Squadron-Leader. R.A.F., b. 1894; nt. 1921,
Mary Strange, d. of T. Marshall, of Lee-on-the-Solent,
and has issue — Joan Mary Louise. Club — R.A.F.

Son ( f Thomas Dyke Acland of Ch: istchurch, N.Z.,

Gentleman, b. 1846; d. 1892; m. 1874, Flora Margaret

(d. 1885), d. of Robert Waitt (.f Ch istchurch :—

Leopold George Dyke Acland, Esq., OB.E., M.C.,

Maj. N.Z.A.S.C. , served in 3rd New Zealand Contingent

in S.A. 1900-1 (medal with 5 clasps), and Great War,

1914-18 (desp. 3 times), b. 1876. Res. — Hororata, .\ew

Zealand.

Sons of Benjamin Dyke Acland, Esq., Comdr. R.N.,
b. 1847; d. 1909 ; m. 1881, Clare Emily, d. of Edward
Cay of Melbourne : —
Baldwyn John Dyke Acland, Esq., late Col. Royal



Canadian Art., formerly Lieut. R.F.A.,(^. 1883; in. 1914,
Helen Claire, d. of the late John Breakey, and has issue —
John Ben Dyke Acland, Gei tleman, b. 1916. Res. —
Holmicote, Breakeyville, Quebec.

Hubert Edward Peter Dyke Acland, Esq., Capt. late nth
King Edward's Own Lancers (Probyn's Horse), b. 1884;
m. 1912, Dorothy Marion, d. of Sir John Henry Thorold,
i2th Bart. ; and has surv. issue— (i) Simon John Dyke
Acland, Cientleman, b 1916 ; (2) Roger Dyke Acland,
Gentleman, b. 1920; and Anne Dyke. Res. — Coleshill
Lodge, Amersham, Berks.

Lauchlan Henry Dyke Acland, Esq., M.C., B.A. Oxon.,
temp. Capt. R.E., b. 1889; m. 1923, Doris, d. of Hugh
Davidson, of 12, Queensberry Place, S.W., and has issue —
Julian Dyke Acland, Gentleman, b. 1924. Res. —

Sons of the Rev. Henry Dyke Acland, M.A., b. 1850;

d. 1903; m. 1878, Adelaide Clementina Hart, d. of

Richard Vaughan Davis : —
Edward Leopold Dyke Acland, Esq., M.V.O. Eng. ,
Comdr. R.N., b. 1878 ; m. 1910, Phyllis Mary, d. 01 the
late Connell Whipple, M.D., of Plymouth, and has surv.
issue — Adria Margaret. Res. —

Rev. Richard Dyke Acland, M.A. (Oxon.), S.P.G. Mis-
sionary, Ahmednagar, Bombay, India, was Curate cf St.
Mary's, Upton, Slough, 1905-11, late Capt. ist Vol. Batt.
Oxfordshire L.I., b. (twin) i88i. Res.—Sl. Mary's, Upton,
Slough.

Sons of John Barton Arundel Acland, Esq., M.L.C.

New Zealand, b. 1823; d. 1904; tn. i860, Emily

Weddell [d. 1905), d. of the Rt. Rev. H. J. C. Harper,

D.D. , Bishop of Christchurch and Primate of New

Zealand : —
John Dyke Acland, Esq., J. P. co. Somerset, b. 1863; tn.
1903, Mary Eveline, d. of Rev. Canon St. Hill of Hawkes
Bay, N.Z. ; and has issue— Thomas St. Hill Acland,
Gentleman,^. 1910; and Emily Mary Dyke. Res. — Lynch
Mead, Allerford, Taunton.

Henry Dyke Acland, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon.), Bar.-at-
Law, Member of Senate of New Zealand, 1926, b. 1867;
///. 1906, Elizabeth Grace, d. of Hon. James Watson
of Sydney, M.L.C; and has issue — Adrienne Maude;
and Phillipa Mabel. Res.— ^2 Park Terrace, Christchurch,
N.Z.

Hugh Thomas Dyke Acland, Esq., C.M.G. (1917);
C.B.E. (1919), F.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Lt.-Col. N.Z.A.M.C,
b. 1874; III. 1903, Evelyn Mary, d. of J. L. Ovans ;
and has' surv. issue— (i) Hugh John Dyke Acland,
Gentleman, b. 1904; (2) Cohn Dyke Acland, Gentleman,
b. 1906; (3) Michael Dyke Acland, Gentleman, b. 1911 ;
Elizabeth Evelyn Dyke. Res. — 51 Brown's Road, Christ-
church, N.Z.

Son of Hugh Woodhouse Acland, Gentleman, b. 1818 ;

d. 1851 ; m. 1841, Mary, d. of Job Edwards:—
John Woodhouse Acland, Gentleman, late 57th Regt.,
b. 1849 ; '"• 1875, Anna Waddell, d. of Col. H. P. Hughes,
R.A. Res.—

ALFRED DYKE ACLAND, Esquire, C.B.E., Lt.-Col,
Comdg. Royal ist Devon Y'eomanry 1910-1914, Temp,
Lt.-C'.'l. and Col. in Army 1914-1918, Knight of Justice
of the Order of the Hospital cf St. John of Jerusalem,
Justice of the Peace for Herts. Born August 19, 1858,
being the seventh and youngest son of Sir Henry Wentworth
Dyke Acland, Baronet, Knight Commander of the Most
Honourable Order of the Bath (Civil Division), Master of
Arts, Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Laws and Doctor of
Civil Law, F. R.S. , late Regius Professor of Medicine in the
University of Oxford, Radcliffe Librarian, and Honorary
Physician to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, by
his wife Sarah, eldest daughter of \\'illiam Cotton, Doctor
of Civil Law, Fellow of the Royal Society, of Walwood,
near Leytonstone, in the county of Essex. Armorial
bearings — He hears for Arms : Chequy argent and sable,
a fesse gules, impaling the arms of Smith, namely argent,
on a chevron azure, between three oak-leaves vert, each
charged with an acorn or, as many leopards' faces jessant-
de-lys of the field ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the
colours, a couped arm lying fessewise to the sinister azure,
gloved argent, thereon a falcon perched proper, beaked,
membered, and belled or ; with the Motto, " In^branlable. "
Married, July 30, 1885, Beatrice Danvers, commonly known
as the Honourable Beatrice Danvers, Lady of Grace of the
Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, fourth
daughter of the late Right Honourable William Henry
Smith, a member of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy
Council, Doctor of Civil Law, Member of Parliament, First



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Lord of the Treasury, Constable of Dover Castle, and Lord
Warden of the Cinque Ports, by the Right Honourable
Emily his wife. Viscountess Hambleden, of Hambleden, in
the county of Buckingham; and has Issue— {i) Arthur
William Acland, Gentleman, M.C. , Lieut. Res. of Officers,




Grenadier Guards, d. 1897 [;«. 1926, Gwendolen, d. of
Canon the Hon. Robert Grimston, of Darrowfield House,
St. Albans] ; (2) Peter Bevil Edward Acland, Gentleman,
b. 1902 [m. 1927, Bridget, d. of Rev. Canon Barnett, of
Farley Moor, Bingfield, Berks.] ; Angela Cicely Mary
[m. 1927, Aubrey Wykeham Musgrave, M.C] ; Katherine ;
and Sarah Beatrice [m. Capt. Cecil Stafford, s. of Sir
Thomas Stafford of Rockingham, Boyle, Ireland]. Postal
address — Digswell House, Welwyn. Clubs — Brooks's,
Cavalry, Athenaeum.

ACLAND-HOOD-REYNARDSON (R.L. 1920).
Quarterly, i and 4, or, two chevronels engrailed gules,
a canton of the last charged with a mascle argent, and
(for distinction) in the centre chief point a cross crosslet
or (for Reynardson) ; 2. azure, a fret argent on a chief
sable three crescents or (for Hood) ; 3. chequy argent
and sable a fesse gules, (for Acland). Crests — On a
wreath of the colours, a lion's head couped erminois,
murally crowned chequy argent and gules and (for
distinction) charged on the neck with a cross crosslet as
in the arms (for Reynardson) ; to the dexter, a Cornish
chough proper, in front of an anchor in bend sinister
(for Hood) ; to the sinister, a sinister arm fessewise,
couped below the shoulder, vested azure, and having
on a falconer's glove argent, thereon a falcon of the last,
armed, legged, and belled or (for Acland). Motto —
" Virtus est vitium fugere."

Second son of Sir Alexander Bateman Fuller- Acland-

Hood, 3rdBart.,6. 1819 ; d. 1892; m. 1850, Isabel,

d. of Sir P. Fuller- Palmer-Acland, Bart. : —

Arthur Acland-Hood-Reynardson, Esq., O.B.E., J. P.,

D.L., Parts of Kesteven,Lincs., Lieut.-Col.(ret.)Rifle Bde.,

assumed by Royal Licence, 8 July, 1920, the additional

surname and arms of Reynardson, and discontinued the

name and arms of Fuller ; h. 1859 ; m. 1896, Miriam

Anne {d. 192 1), d. of late Col. Charles Birch-Reynardson,

of Holywell Hall, Lines.; and has had issue — Charles

Alexander John Acland-Hood-Reynardson, Midshipman,

R.N., h. 1897, killed in action, 1916 ; Agatha Isabel

[w. 1926, Hon. Mountjoy Fane]. Res. — Holywell Hall,

Stamford, Lines. Club — Carlton.

A COURT, see HOLMES-A COURT.

A'COURT-REPINGTON. Quarterly, i and 4, gules, a
esse dancett^e ermine between six billets argent (for Reping-
ton) ; 2 and 3, per fesse or and paly of six erminois and



azure, in chief an eagle displayed sable, beaked and legged

gules, charged on the breast with two chevronels argent

(for A'Court). Mantling gules and argent ; and for his

Crests, I. upon a wreath of the colours, a demi heraldic

antelope gules, armed, unguled and tufted or, billett^e argent

(for Repington) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, an eagle

displayed sable, on the breast two chevronels or, holding

in the beak a lily proper. Motto — "Virtus propter se."

Only son of Charles Henry Wyndham A'Court-Reping-

ton, M.A. (Cantab.), M.P. of Armington, co. Warwick,

h. 1819 ; (/. 1909 ; ni. 1854, Emily {d. 1916), only

daughter of the late H. Currie : —

The late Charles A'Court-Repington, Esq., C.M.G.. of

Armington and Maryon Hall, Hampstead, Lt.-Col. Rifle

Brigade, b. 1858 ; d. 1925 ; ni. 1882, M^llony (42 St.

Aubyn's, Hove), d. of Col. H. S. Scobell ; and had issue^

Charles Edward Geoffrey A'Court-Repington, Gentleman,

/'. 188S ; d. 1889 ; Mellony Catherine Isabel \m. 1910,

Gilbert Ireland Blackburne [q.v.)'\; and Elizabeth Frances

m. 1923, Thomas Henry Ratliffe [q.v.y^

ACTON, see LYON-DALBERG-AC TON and WOOD-
ACTON.

ACTON of Westminster (H. Coll., 7 May, 1924).
Ermine, on a pile gules, two leopards' faces in chief and
a garb or in base. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a leg couped at the thigh in
armour sable within a chaplet of laurel leaves vert and
between two crosses crosslet or. Motto — " Heart stand
fast."

Son of Henry Morell Acton, of Exeter, h. 1827,
m. Ann Shaw Williamson : —

Hon. Sir Edward Acton, Judge of the High Court of
Justice, King's Bench Division, Barrister-at-Law and
Bencher, Inner Temple, h. 1865 ; m. 1903, Edith, d. of
Conrad TuUoch. Res. — i Sloane Gardens, Westminster,
S.W.I.



ACTON (Vn. of Shropshire, 1623, H. Coll). Quarterly,
I. gules, two lions passant in pale argent, armed and
langued azure, between nine cross crosslets fitch^e or
(Acton) ; 2. argent, three mascles in fesse sable ; 3. gules,
two lions passant in pale argent, a label of five points or
(Strange of Knockin) ; 4. per fesse gules and vert, a fesse
and in chief a chevron argent (Springhose) ; 5. azure,
a lion rampant within an orle of cross crosslets or (Brewes);
6. argent, sem^e of cross crosslets azure, two organ-pipes
gules (Downton) ; 7. barry of six or and gules (St. Owen) ;
8. azure, a lion rampant argent within a bordure or
(Tirell).

Son of Richard Acton, Gentleman, b. 1822; d. 1886

(eldest son of Capt. Charles Acton) ; m. 1848,

Guiseppina, d. of Troccoli : —

Edward Acton, Gentleman, b. 1857. Res. —

Sonsof William Acton, Gentleman, Vice- Admiral Italian

R.N., late Minister of Marine, b. 1825 ; d. 1896 ; m.

Mary, d. of Marquis Ramirez, Minister to the late King

of the Two Sicilies : —
Charles Acton, Gentleman, Lieut. 6th Batt. Bersaglieri,
b. 1856. Res.—

Henry Acton, Gentleman, b. 1858. Res —

Sons of Ferdinand Acton, Vice-Admiral Italian R.N.

(6th son of Capt. Charles Acton), b. 1832 ; d. 1891 :

m. Nerifa, d. of Marquis Ramirez : —
Baron Alfred Acton, Hon. K.C.B., Vice-Adm. Italian
Navy, Chief of Italian Naval Staff, Baron in the Kingdom
of Italy, b. 1867 ; 7n. 1907, Livia, d. of the late Prince
Carracicoles, of Naples ; and has issue — Ferdinand Acton,
Esq., b 1908 ; Francis Edward Acton, Esq., b. 1910.
—/?«.— Italy.

Rear-Adm. Aniadeo Acton, Italian Navy, b. 1871. Res. —

Son of Major Henry Acton, 4th Madras Cav. , d. 1865 ;

m. Laura, d. of Col. Hutchins: —
Richard George Acton, Gentleman, b. 18 — . Res. —

Son of Francis Acton, Gentleman, Lieut. German

Legion, b. 1796; d. 1865; m. 1820, Esther, widow of

William Baker of Bayfordbury, d. of Robert Fagan : —
Charles Acton, Gentleman, b. ; ni. Michellina, d. of

Prince Pignatelli ; and has issue. Res. — Naples.

Son of Edward Acton, Gentleman, b. 1833 ; d. 1920 ;

m. ist, 1859, Irene (d. 1863), widow of his eldest bro.

Richard, and d. of Prince Pignatelli; 2nd, Catharine,

d. of Mangana : —

Eduardo Acton, Gentleman, b. 1879. Res. —



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ACTON (H. Coll.). Gules, a fesse ermine within a
bordure engrailed of the second. Crest— Upon a wreath
of the colours, an arm in armour embowed proper, holding
in the hand a sword argent, hilt or, entiled with a boar's
head couped at the neck sable, distilling blood. Motto
— " Vaillance avance rhomme."

Surv. sons of William Robert Acton, Esq., J. P. co.

VV^orcester, b. 1835; ti. 1908; m. 1861, Sarah, eld. d.

of Robert Dand of Gloster Hill, Northumberland : —

William Walter Acton, Gentleman, />. 1862; ;«. 1903,

Editha Mary Dolores, d. of William Francis Bourne Paul

of Inverna Gardens, W. ; and has issue —William Anthony

Acton, Gentleman, b. 1904. Seat — Wolverton Hall, Per-

shore. Res. — 46.-\ Harrington Gardens, S.W.7. Club —

Sports.

Robert Matthew Acton, Gentleman, b. 1864.
Son of Edward Vincent Joseph Acton, Gentleman,
M.I.C.E., b. 1871 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1903, Gertrude, d. ot

the late Field of Boston, U.S.A. : —

Edward Charles .Acton, Gentleman, b. 1903. Res. —

Younger sons of William Robert Acton (see above) . —
Charles Joseph Acton, Gentleman, b. 1872.
Roger David Acton, Gentleman, b. 1874 ; m. 1915, Bea-
trice Ena, widow of Charles W. Mead. Res. —
Richard Joseph Acton, Gentleman, b. 1880.

ADAIR jU.O.). (Quarterly, i. per bend or and argent,
three de.xter hands couped and erect gules; 2. gules, on a
bend argent, three mullets azure (Shafto) ; 3. argent, a
chevron sable, between three hazel leaves vert ( Hasel-
rigge) ; 4. gules, three herons, argent (Heron) ; 5. gules, a
chevron between three martlets or, on a canton argent a
niaunch sable (Sadington) ; 6. argent, a cinquefoil sable
(Martival); 7. vair^, a canton gules (Staunton); 8. azure,
a bend between si.x martlets or (Eccleshall) ; g. argent, on
a bend engrailed sable, three mullets of the field (Ent-
wistle) ; 10. lozengy or and azure, a chevron gules
(Gorges) ; 11. argent, on a chief gules, three bezants
(Russell); 12. or, five fusils conjoined in fesse gules, on
each an escallop of the field (Newmarch); 13. argent, a
gurges (or whirlpool) azure (Gorges, ancient) ; 14. gules, a
lion rampant ermiiie"(01dhall) ; 15. argent, a chevron be-
tween three (billets?) ermines (Englowesa); 16. per fesse
gules and argent, si.x martlets counterchanged, three and
three (Fenwick); 17. or, a fesse vair^, three parrots vert
(Horden) ; 18. gules, on a cross argent, five cross crosslets
of the field (Essenden) ; ig. gules, on a bend argent, three
roses of the field (Camhow) ; 20. argent, a fesse between
three mullets sable (Barret); 21. vert, a lion rampant,
within a bordure engrailed or (Heaton) ; 22. argent, a bat
vert (Baxter) ; 23. argent, a chevron, between three martlets
gules (Wallington) ; 24. argent, three cinquefoils sable
(Burgheaton) ; 25. argent, a chevron vert between three
bugle-horns sable, stringed gules (Forster) ; 26. argent, on
a bend cottised sable, three martlets or (Edderston); 27.
azure, a bend between two swans argent (Jenison); 28.
argent, on a bend sable, three owls of the field, legged
gules (Savile) ; 29. sable, a cross pat^e or (Golkar); 30.
argent, on a bend gules, three escallops or (Tankerslcy) ;
31. sable, an inescutcheon within an orle of eight martlets
argent (Rcchdaie) ; 32. or, on a chief indented azure, three
plates (Latham) ; 33. argent, a bend sable, between an
eagle volant in chief and in base a cross flory of the second
(Rishworth) ; 34. gules, two bars between nine martlets,
three, threeand three, argent (Eland); 35. argent, on a bend
gules, three escallops or (Tankersley) ; 36. ermine, three
chevronels gules (Poitou); 37. argent, a fesse between two
bars gemelle sable (Poitou) ; 38. gules, two bars gemel and
a chief argent (Thornhill); 39. argent, a fret sable, a
canton gules (Vernon) ; 40. or, a fesse azure (Shipbroke) ;
41. ermine, an inescutcheon gules (Balioll); 42. gules, six
annulets or, three, two and one (Avenell) ; 43. sable, a fesse
chequy argent and azure, between si.\ escallops, three and
three, of the second (Durversall) ; 44. azure, three lions pas-
sant in pale argent (Camvile) ; 45. argent, a lion rampant
gules, collared or (Stackpole) ; 46. argent, a lion passant
guardant within an orle of eight cinquefoils gules (Turber-
ville) ; 47. chequy or and gules, a fesse ernune (Meyrick ap
Gurgan); 48. gules, three chevronels argent (Jusfen ap
Gwyrgan) ; 49. barry of six or and azure (Pembrigge) ; 50.
azure, two trumpets or in saltire between nine cross cress-
lets also or (Pipe) ; 51. argent, a bend engrailed gules
(quarterings of Pipe) ; 52. azure, three piles wavy or issuing
from the chief or (quarterings of Pipe) ; 53. azure, three
doves rising argent, each holding on a staff raguly proper
(Neville) ; 54. argent, three cocks gules ( Cockayne i ; 55.
or, an eagle displayed azure (Redware); 56. argent, two



bars sable, a bordure gules (Deane); 57. gules, two lions
passant in pale or (Pedwardine) ; 58. gules, a chevron be-
tween three herons argent (Hercn) ; 59. or, a fesse between
two chevrons sable (Lisle); 60. barry of six argent and
azure, on a bend gules a bezant (Grey) ; 61. or, a lion
rampant gules, collared argent (Mallory); 62. azure, a
maunch ermine (Conyers) ; 63. sable, an eagle displayed
or (Nonwyke) ; 64. argent, a bend between six martlets
sable ( Tempest) ; 65. gules, two bars, and in chief three
mullets argent (Washington). Mantling; gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath <.( the colours, a man's head couped
at the neck proper. Mottoes — " Loyal au mort " ; " Mani-
bus victoria dextris."

Son of Sir Hugh Edward Adair, 3rd Bart., M.A. ,
J. P., D.L., M.P., b. 1815; d. 1902; M. 1856, Harriet
Camilla, d. of Alexander Adair of Heathertin : —
Sir Robert Shafto Adair, 5th Bart. (2 Aug. 1838), J. P.
Norfolk and Suffolk, D. L. Antrim, B.A. (O.xcn.), Barrister-
at-Law, b. 1862; m. 1890, Mary, d. of Henry Ansley
Bosanquet ; and has surv. issue — Allan Henry Shafto Adair,
M.C., Capt. Gren. Gds., b. 1897 [w. 1919, Enid, d. of the
late H. Dudley Ward] ; and Camilla Mary Shafto [m. E.
Apsley Treherne]. Seats. — Flixtc n Hall, Bungay, Suffolk ;
Ballymena Castle, co. Antrim ; Clanville, Minehead, Somer-
set. Town res. — 12 York House, Kensington, W.8. Club
— Oxford and Cambridge.

ADAIR (H. Coll.). Per bend or and argent, three dexter
hands couped and erect gules. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a man's head affrontee,
couped at the neck proper. Motto — " Loyal au mort."

Son of Gen. Sir Charles W. Adair, K.C.B., Roy.

Marines, 6. 1822; d. 1897; m. 1849, Isabella, d. of

Maj.-Gen. T. Aslett, Roy. Marines:—
Gen. Sir William Thompson Adair, K.C.B. (1909),
served in South Africa 190G, b. 1850; m. ist, 1880, Rose
Id. 1903), d. of late J. E. Naylor ; 2nd, 1905, Angela E.,
d. of late Frederick Plowes. Res. — 39 Hornton Court,
W.8. Clubs— \Jn\\.td Service ; Ranelagh.

ADAM (L.O. , 26 May 1903). Argent, two cross crosslets
fitch^e in chief and a horse-shoe in base azure, on a chief
invected gules, a lion passant of the field. Mantling azure,
doubled argent. Crest- On a wreath of his liveries, a cross
crosslet fitch^e gules, surmounted by two swords in saltire




proper, hiked and pommelled or. MottO— " Dominus ipse

rsciGt

Son of late Stephen Adam, Esq., J. P., of Hillside
House, Edinburgh, b. 1819 ; d. 1889 ; m. 1845 :—
Alfred Adam, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law (Middle
Temple), b. 1857. Res. —

ADAM (H. Coll., 1917). Argent, a mullet pierced
between three cross crosslets fitchee gules, a chief
of the last, thereon a pale or, charged with a rose of the



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second barbed and seeded proper. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — A cubit arm argent, holding in the hand
a cross crosslet fitchee in bend sinister, and charged on
the wrist with a rose, both as in the arms. Motto —
" Crux mihi grata quies."

Eld. son of Sir Frank Forbes Adam, ist Bart., C.B.,

CLE., J. P., D.L., Hon. LL.D. Man., President of

Bombay Chamber of Commerce, 1884-9 ; Pres. of

Manchester Chamber of Commerce, 1894-96, and

1903-5; b. 1846; rf. 1926 ; m. 1883, Rose Frances,

d. of Charles Gurdon Kemball, Judge of the High

Court of Bombay : —

Sir Ronald Forbes Adam, 2nd Bart. (15 Feb. 19' 7).

D.S.O., O.B.E., Major and Bt.-Lt.-Col. R.H.A., 6. 1885 ;

m. 1915, Anna Dorothy, d. of Frederick Pitman, of

Scarlets, Twyford, Berks. ; and has issue — Margot Forbes ;

Barbara Forbes. C/2/6 — Naval and Military.

Son of Eric Graham Forbes Adam, Esq., C.M.G.,
First Sec. Foreign Office, b. 1888 ; d. 1925 ; tn. 1918,
Agatha Perrin, widow of Sidney Spooner, and d. of
Reginald Macan, Master of University Coll.,
Oxford :—
Christopher Eric Forbes Adam, b. 1920. Res —

Yngst. son of Sir Frank Forbes, Bart, (see above): —
Colin Giu-don Forbes Adam, Esq., C.S.I., Private Sec.
Govt, of Bombay, 1919-24, Sec. Home Dept. Govt, of
Bombay from 1926, b. 1889 ; m. 1920, Hon. Irene
Constance Lawley. d. of 3rd Baron Wenlock ; and has
issue — Stephen Timothy Beilby Forbes Adam, Gentle-
man, b. 1923 ; Desmond Francis Forbes Adam, Gentle-
man, b. 1926; and Virginia Mary. Clubs — Travellers',
E.I.^United Service.

ADAM (L.O, 14 May 1920). Argent, a mullet azure,
pierced of the field, between three cross crosslets fitchee
gules, a bordure of the last. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a cross
crosslet fitchee gules, surmounted by a sword in saltire



wavy and respectant proper, a fesse gules, thereon three
apples pendent, stalked and leaved or. Mantling vert and
Crest — Out of the battlements of a tower or, ■■



or



demi-lion double-queued gules, holding between the




proper, hilted and pommelled or. Motto — " Crux mihi
grata quies." Livery — Blue and white.

Son of Charles Fox Frederick Adam, Esq.,

Counsellor in H.M. Diplomatic Service, b. 1852 ;

d. 1913 ; m. 1877, Juliet, d. of James Croxall

Palmer, Surg.-Gen. of U.S. Navy :—
Frederick Edward Fox Adam, Esq., a First Secretary,
Foreign Office, b. 1887. Res. — 51 Elm Park Gardens,
Chelsea, S.W. CZm&— Travellers'.

ADAMI (H. Coll., 1902, based upon grant in 1834 to
Valentine Adami, Munich). Or, issuant from a mount in
base vert, an apple-tree fructed between two serpents erect




paws an estoile of eight points also or, between two
branches of an apple-tree fructed proper. MottO — " Ne
cede malo."

Son of John George Adami, Gentleman, M.A., M.D.
(Camb.), F.R.S., fate Fellow of Jesus Coll., Professor
of Pathology in M'Gill Univ., Montreal, b. 1862;
d. 1926 ; m. 1894, Mary Stuart, d. of James Alexander
Cantlie : —
George Donald Stephen Adami, Gentleman, b. igoo.
Res. — 9 Croxteth Road, Liverpool.

Son of John George Adami of Ashton-upon-Mersey,

Cheshire, b. 1826 ; d. 1883 ; tn. Sarah Ann Ellis, d. of

the late Thomas Leech of Urmston, Lanes. :—

Leonard Christian Adami, Gentleman, Indian Civil

Service, b. 1874; m. 1899, Elizabeth Shaw, d. of late

Grahame Bardie Thomson of Glasgow ; and has issue -

(i) George Grahame .Adami, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; (2)

Frederic MacLellan Adami, Gentleman, b. 1902; (3)