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Sons of Rear-Adm. Sir Edward Chichester, 9th Bart.,
C.B., C.M.G., b. 1849 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1880, Catherina
Emma {Res. — The Bungalow, Instow, N. Devon),
d. of Comm. R. C. Whyte, of Instow, N. Devon : —

Sir Edward George Chichester, lothBart. (4 Aug.,1641),
Comm. R.N., of Raleigh, Devon, b. 1883 ; m. ist, 1915,
Phyllis Dorothy (marriage dissolved, 1923), d. of Henry
Francis Compton ; 2nd, 1924, Hon. Moira Faith De
Yarburgh Bateson, d. of 3rd Baron Deramore, and by ist
marriage has issue — Edward John Chichester, Esq.,
b. 1916; and Mary; by 2nd marriage — Patrick Robert
d'Arcy Chichester, Esq., b. 1925. Seat. — Youlston,
Barnstaple, Devon. Res. — Inner Park Lodge, Wimble-
don Common. Club — Marlborough.

Arthur Whyte Chichester, Esq., Maj. (ret.) R.A.S.C. ;
b. 1885. Res. —

Marcus Beresford Chichester, Esq., Capt. (ret.) Roy.
North Devon Hussars Yeo., b. 1896; m. 1925, Myra
Brownrigg, d. of the late Major H. B. Jay; and has
issue — Imogen Ann. Res. — Peravon, Clifton, Bristol.

CHICHESTER of Gipsy' Hill (H. Coll.). Chequy or

and gules, a chief vair. Mantling gules and or. Crest —

On a wreath of the colours, a heron rising, with an eel in

the beak proper. Motto — " Ferme en foy."

Sons of Arthur Chamberlayne Chichester, Esq., J. P.,
Capt. and Hon. Major ist Devon Yeo., d. 1846; d.
1923 ; >/!. 1869, Elizabeth, only d. of J. E. C. Walkey,
Esq., J. P. and D. L,. of Pole House, Ide, Devon: —
Arthur Elliott Chamberlayne Chichester, Gentleman,

i. 1870; »/. Jessie, d. of L. Pilkington. ^^-a^— Gipsy Hill,

nr. Exeter. C/tt6 — Naval and Military.

Charles Ackerley Chichester, Gentleman, />. 1871 ; m. 1908,

Margaret Stevenson, and has issue— Charles Woodyatt

Chichester, Gentleman, 3. 1907. Res. —

Clud— and Military.

Sons of Arthnr Charles Chichester, Esq., J. P., of




Kerswell, Devon, 3. 1807 ; d. 1892 ; m. ist, 1845, Anna
Maria {d. 1853), d. of John Hawksey Ackerley and
widow of John Crooker Freeman ; 2nd, 1856, Susanna
(d. 1881), d. of Stephen Brown, of Roath, co.
Glamorgan; 3rd, 1881, Charlotte, d. ofG. R. Ayshford,
of Broad Clyst, Devon : —
Charles Winifred Ackerley Chichester, Gentleman, fi.

1848 ; m. 1880, Constance d. of Rev. Reginald Porter ;

and has issue — Reginald Angus Ackerley Chichester,

Gentleman, M.C. and Bar, late Somerset L. I., 6. 1895;

and Winifred Mary Ackerley [m. 1915, Capt. Becket, M.C,

R.A.F.]. J?es.—
Henry Arthur Chichester, Gentleman, d. 1882. /?es. —

CHICHESTER. Quarterly, i and 4, chequy or and
gules, a chief vair (for Chichester) ; 2 and 3, sable, on a
pale between two holly-leaves slipped or, a torch erect
of the field, fired proper (for Burnard). Mantling gules
and or. Crests — i. upon a wreath of the colours, a
heron, wings addorsed, in its beak an eel all proper (for
Chichester) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, in front
of a chaplet of holly fructed proper, a torch as in the
arms (for Burnard). Motto — " Ardet in arduis."

Son of Rev. Arthur Chichester Chichester, Rector of

Badlesmere, Kent; d. 1903: —
Evelyn Chichester, Esq. , Capt. Roy. Marines, 6.

CHICHESTER. Quarterly, i and 4, quarterly i. and
iiii., ermine, on a fesse azure, three fusils or; ii. and iii. ,
argent, a lion rampant between three dexter hands couped
at the wrist gules (for Nagle) ; 2 and 3, chequy or and gules,
a chief vair (for Chichester). Mantling azure and argent.
Crests — I. on a wreath of the colours, a goldfinch proper
(for Nagle); 2. on a wreath of the colours, a heron rising
with an eel in the beak proper (for Chichester). MottO —
" Ferme en foy."

Sons of Nugent Chichester, Esq., J. P., late Capt. 7th

Dragoon Gds., d. 1827; d. 1908; m. 1856, Amelia

Mary, d. of Joseph Lamb of West Denton, co.

Northumberland : —

John Amyas Chichester, Gentleman, d. 1864. J^es. —

Calverleigh Court, Tiverton ; The Grange, Claines,

Worcester. Ch^i — Jun. Constitutional.

Philip Charles Chichester, Gentleman, i. 1865 ; m. 1915,
Alice, d. of the late James Dease, of Turbotstown, West-
meath. /?es. — Broad Campden, Glos.

Sons of Edward Chichester, Gentleman, fi. 1866;
d. 1924; m. 1906, Mary Agnes (DoUie), d. of the late
Cresswell Rooke, Scots Gds. : —
John Nugent Cresswell Chichester, Gentleman, 6. 1908.
Arthur Edward Raleigh Chichester, Gentleman, d. 1912.
.ff«.— South Lodge, i Park Avenue, Worcester.

Yngst. son of Nugent Chichester, Esq. (see above) : —
Walter Raleigh Chichester, Esq., O.B.E., Lt.-Col. late
Worcester Regt. , J. P. Worcs. , fi. 1870. Res.— The Grange,
Claines, Worcester.

CHICHESTER (in use since 1314, Vns. Devon 1561,
1620) — Chequy or and gules, a chief vair. Mantling gules
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a heron rising
with an eel in the beak proper. Motto — " Ferme en foy."
Sons of Charles Hamlyn Chichester, J. P., Major
Devonshire Regt. , i. 1871 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1905,
Margaret Blanche, eld. d. of late Stephen Christy:—
Charles Chichester, Gentleman, 3. 1906. Seat — Hall, nr.
Barnstaple, Devon.

Amyas Chichester, Gentleman, 6. 1910. Clui — Junior

Son of Charles Chichester, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co.
Devon, d. 1828; d. 1912 ; >n. 1870, Beatrice, d. of Sir
Arthur Chichester, 8th Bart. , of Raleigh :—
Robert Edward Chichester, Gentleman, 3. 1872 : f/i.
1902, Etliel Donvett, only child of Albert Reginald Parks-
Smith of Hove ; and has issue— Robert Kerr Engeler
Chichester, Gentleman, 3. 1905; and Lavender Mary.

Sons of William Henry Chichester, Esq., J. P. co.
Devon, i. 1831 ; d. 1911; m. 1853, Harriet Elizabeth,
eld. d. and eventually sole heiress of the Rev. Jonathan
Phillipps Carpenter of Grenofen, and Harriet Elizabeth
his wife, eld. d. of the Rev. William Gamier of Rooks-
bury Park, Hants. : —
Henry Chichester, Esq., J. P. Devon, 3. 1868. Seat —
Grenofen, Tavistock, Devon.

John Chichester, Gentleman, 3. 1870.

Sons of Major-Gen. Hugh Chichester, J. P., i. 1836;
d. 1896; m. i86g, Alice, d. of Thomas Longman: —

Lionel Chichester, Gentleman, d. 1873.

Cecil George Chichester, Gentleman, Comm. R.N., d.
1875 ; ?/t. 1905, Katharine Elizabeth, youngest d. of late
Clement Upton Cottrell-Dormer of Rousham Hall ; and
has issue — (i) Cecil Charles Chichester, Gentleman, d.
1906; (2) Hugh Chichester, Gentleman, />. 1907; and
Florence Anne.

Sons of Rev. Richard Chichester, d. 1838 ; d. 1895 '• ''"■•
1871, Annie Jessie, d. of John Bazley White of Halcot,
Bexley, Kent : —

Richard Herbert Chichester, Gentleman, b. 1872.

John Reginald Chichester, Gentleman, h. 1874 ; m. 1917,
Audrey Geraldine, d. of the late Arihur Gerald Chapman,
J. P., of Iver, Bucks., and has issue — June Audrey. Kes. —
Barton House, East Anstey, N. Devon.

Nevile Baldwin Chichester, Gentleman, b. 1879.

Gerald Marmaduke Mason Chichester, Gentleman, b.

CHICHESTER. Chequy or and gules, a ehief vair.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a stork rising with a snake in its beak all proper. MottO —
" Invitum sequitur honos." Livery — Dark blue, with silver

.Son of the Rev. Edward Arthur Chichester, M.A., Hon.

Canon of Winchester Cathedral, Vicar of Dorking,

b. Feb. 23, 1849; W.April 23,1884, Hon. Mary Agnes,

second dau. of the Right Honourable George Cubitt,

first Baron Ashcombe : —

Arthur O'Neill Cubitt Chichester, Esq., M.C, Capt. late

Surrey Yeo. , b. July 14, 1889 ; m. 1924, Hilda Grace, d. of

Rt. Hon. W. R. Young, P.C., and has issue — Rosemary

Hilda. Res — Marathon, Glenisland, co. Antrim. Postal

address —

CONSTABLE, Esq., Lieut.-Col. (ret.) sth Yorks. Regt.,
formerly Major 3rd Batt. Liverpool Regt. , served Great
War, comdg. a Batt. (which he raised) of the 5th Yorks.
Regt., J. P. for E.R. and N.R. co. York, D.L. for E.R. co.
York, 44th Lord Paramount of Holderness. Born 1863, being

the eld. surviving son of Charles Raleigh Chichester, Esq. ,
Lieut.-Col. 97th Regt., J. P. and D.L. co. Roscommon,
by Mary his wife, eld. dau. and coh. of James Balfe,
of Runnamoat, co. Roscommon (he assumed in 1895
the additional surname and arms of Constable on suc-
ceeding to the estates of his uncle, the late Sir Thomas




Clifford-Constable, Bart.). Livery — Chocolate and claret
(Chichester) ; blue and yellow (Constable). Armorial
bearings — Quarterly of six, i. quarterly, i. and iiii. ,
barry of six or and azure, on a canton argent a
teasle slipped and leaved proper (for Constable) ; ii. and
iii. chequy or and gules, a chief vair (for Chichester! :
2. the same arms of Chichester; 3. gules, a bend vair
between six cross crosslets or; 4. ermine, a fesse between
three cinquefoils gules ; 5. or, a lion rampant gules";
6. argent, a saltire engrailed between four mullets sable.
Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his
degree, with a Mantling azure and or. Crests — i. upon a
wreath of the colours, a dragon's head couped barry of six
argent and gules, charged with nine lozenges or, three, three,
and three, in the mouth a teazle as in the arms (for Con-
stable) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a stork rising, hold-
ing in the beak a snake proper. Mottoes — " Surgit post
nubilaphoebus " ; " Ferme en foy." Married, Nov. 29, 1888,
Edith Florence Mary, third dau. of J. H. W. Smyth
Pigott, Esquire, J. P., D.L. of Brockley Court, Somerset,
and has Issue — (i) Maj. Raleigh Charles Joseph Chichester-
Constable, D.S.O., J. P. E. R. Yorks., served Great War,
b. Dec. 21, 1890 \m. 1917, Gladys Consuelo, d. of Lieut. -
Col. Edward Hanley, of Avonmore House, co. Wicklow.
[Res. — Wood Hall, Skirlaugh, Hull. Clubs — Army and
Navy, Bachelors')] ; (2) Cecil Hugh Chichester-
Constable, Gentleman, b. Aug. 25, 1893 ; (3) Basil
Henry Chichester-Constable, Gentleman, b. June 4,
1897 ; Blanche Mary ; Violet Mary ; and Edith Mary.
Estates— Burton Constable, Hull ; Wycliffe Hall, Dar-
lington ; Scargill Lodge, Barnard Castle; Wood Hall,
Hull ; Heywood Abbey, Staffordshire. Postal address —
Burton Constable, Hull. Club — Junior Carlton.

CHIGNELL (H. Coll.). Argent, on a chevron invected
sable, gutt^e-d'eau, between two cygnets close in chief and a
fountain in base proper, a cross crosslet filched of the
first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a demi-cygnet proper, wings addorsed and
sem^e of estoiles sable, holding in the beak a lotus-flower
slipped and leaved also proper.
Son of : —

Thomas Chignell, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

CHILCOTT (H. CoU., 1 Mar. 1923). Argent, on a
pile sable, a lion rampant of the field, on a chief also of
the field three roses gules, barbed and seeded proper.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, upon a rock charged with three roses fessewise,
as in the arms, a stag statant, also proper. Motto —
" Semper fidelis."

Son of William Warden Chilcott, Gentleman, of
Chilcott, Somerset: —

Sir Harry Warden Stanley Chilcott, Knt. Bach. (1922),
Lieut.-Comdr. R.N.V.R., J. P. Hants., M.P. Walton Div.
of Liverpool since 1918, h. 1871. Res. — 36 St. James's
Street, S.W.i ; Warsash, Hants. Club — Carlton.

CHILD of Bromley Palace (H. CoU.) Per chevron
azure and gules, on a chevron engrailed ermine, between
three eagles close argent, a fylfot sable. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — An eagle, wings expanded argent,
charged on the breast with a fylfot sable, holding in the
beak by its neck a serpent entwined round the body
vert. Motto — " Imitari quam invidere."

Only son of Coles William John Child, Esq., J. P.,
D.L., of Bromley Palace, Kent; h. 1813; d. 1873;
m. 1850, Elizabeth Letitia, d. of Robert Jones, of

Sur Coles Child, ist Bart. (16 Sept. 1919), J. P., D.L.,
Alderman of C.C. for Kent ; Chairman W. Kent Quarter
Sessions; Lord of the Manors of Bromley, East Peckham,
East Farleigh, h. 1862 ; m. 1885, EUza Caroline, d. of the
late Richard Barton, Esq., LL.D., J. P., of Stour Lodge,
Bradfield, Essex ; and has issue — (i) Coles John
Child, Esq., h. 1906; Marjorie Isabel Knox \m. 1909,
Arthur DunbarWhatman, and has issue]; Audrey Eleanor
Mary; Norah Phyllis Amy [m. 1917, Maj. Charles
Hallam Edwards, Roy. Welsh FusQiers] ; Kathleen
Ida Rachel. Res. — 33 Pont Street, S.W.i. Clubs—
Carlton, Conservative.

CHILD (H. Coll., 1868). Gules, a chevron nebuly
erminois, between three eagles close argent, in the centre
chief point a mullet of six points or. Mantling gules and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an eagle with wings
elevated argent, entwined round the neck a snake proper,
holding in the beak a cross crosslet fitch^e, and each wing
charged with a mullet of six points gules. MottO —
" Imitari quam invidere."

Son of John George Child, Esq., of Stallington Hall,

CO. Staffs., M.A., J. P., D.L., b. 1847; d.v.p. 1895;

m. 1877, Helen, d. of Rev. George Mather of Huntley

Hall, Staffs. :—
Brig.-Gen. Sir Smith Hill Child, C B., C.M.G., D.S.O..
M.V.O., 2nd Bart. (7 Dec. 1868), Gentleman Usher in
Ordinary to King George, J. P., D.L. co. Stafford, Col. and
Hon. Brig.-Gen. Res. of Officers, served S. African War
1900, Great W'ar 1915-18 (despatches 4 times), Croix de
Guerre (France), M.P. Stone Div. of Staffs. 1919-21 ; b. 1880 ;
s.his grandfather 1896 ; tn. 19215, Barbara, eld. d. of the
late Ernest Villiers, and niece of Viscount U'imborne.
5(ra/- Stallington Hall, Blythe Bridge, Staffs. Clubs—
Guards', Turf.

CHILD-VILLIERS (R.L., i Dec. 1819). Quarterly, i.
quarterly, i. and iiii., argent, on a cross gules, five escallop-
or (Villiers) ; ii. and iii., gules, a chevron engrailed ermine,
between three eagles close argent, ducally gorged or, in
the centre chief point an escallop or (Child) ; 2. the same
arms of Villiers by male descent ( Vn. Leics. , 1619) ; 3. sable,
a fesse between three cinquefoils argent ; 4. gules, a chevron
between three cross crosslets fitch^e argent ; 5. per pale
gules and sable, a lion rampant argent (Bellers) ; 6.
azure, a bend between six stars argent ; 7. argent, a cross
vert, in the first and fourth quarters an annulet of the last ;
3. argent, a lion rampant gules, between three pheons sable
(Egerton, Dukes of Bridgewater) ; 4. argent on a bend
azure, three stags' heads caboshed or (Stanley, Earls of
Derby); 5. chequy or and azure, a fesse gules (Clifford,
Earls of Cumberland) ; 6. barry of ten argent and gules, a
lion rampant queue-fourch^e or, crowned per pale of the
second and first (Brandon Duke of Suffolk) ; 7. quarterly,
i. and iiii., azure, three fleurs-de-lys or (France); ii. and
iii. , gules, three lions passant guardant in pale or (England),
for Mary Tudor, Queen-Dowager of France and Duchess
of Suffolk; 8. sable, a lion rampant argent, on a cantcn of
the last, a cross gules (Churchill, Duke of Marlborough) ;
10. per saltire argent and gules, a saltire between four
cross crosslets all counterchanged (Twysden). Mantling
gules and argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours,
a lion rampant-argent, ducally crowned or (Villiers); 2. on
a wreath of the colours, a rock proper, thereon an eagle
rising sable, ducally gorged or, holding in the beak an
adder proper, and charged on the breast with an er mine
spot (Child). Motto— "Fidei coticula crux."

Sons of Rt. Hon. George Henry Robert Child-Vil-

liers, 8th Earl of Jersey, b. 1873 ; d. 1923 ; m. 1908,

Lady Cynthia Needham, d. of 3rd Earl of

Kilmorev : —
Rt. Hon. George Francis Child-VilHers, 9th Earl of
Jersey (13 Oct. 1697), Viscount Villiers of Dartford
(20 Mar. 1690), Baron Villiers, of Hoo, Kent, Viscount
Grandison, of Limerick, co. Limerick (3 June, 1620)
[Supporters — On either side a lion argent, ducally crowiied
or, and gorged with a plain collar gules, charged with
three escallops or], b. 1910 ; s. his father 1923. Seats —
Middleton Park, Bicester ; Osterley Park, Isleworth ;
Baglan House, Briton Ferry, S. Wales.

Hon. Edward Mansel Child-Villiers, b. 1913. Res. —

Son of the 7th Earl Jersey, b. 1845 ; d. 1915 ; w.

1872, Hon. Margaret Elizabeth Leigh, C.B.E.

{Res.^18 Montagu Square, W.), d. of 2nd Lord

Leigh : —
Hon. Arthur George Child-Villiers, D.S.O., D.L. Oxen.,
served as Maj. Yeo., European War, b. 1883. Res. —
18 Montagu Square, W.

CHILDE. The arms of Childe, as exemplified by Roy.
Lie. 5 Feb. 1924, are those of Childe only, but the family is
entitled to quarterings as follows: — Quarterly i. (R.L. ,
1849), quarterly i. and iiii., gules, a chevron ermine,
between three eagles close argent (Childe); ii. and iii.,
argent, a saltire sable, a crescent for difference (Baldwyn) ;




2. the same arms of Baldwyn (Vn. of Salop) ; 3. barry
of six azure and argent, a chief ermine (Wigley) ; 4.
gules, a chevron ermine between three eagles (Childe) ;
5. azure, sem6e of plates, a lion rampant guardant, and a
bordure argent (Holland of Burwarton) ; 6. gules, a
chevron ermine between three eagles close argent (Childe) ;

7. quarterly, per fesse indented ermine and azure (Lacon) ;

8. argent, a lion rampant, queue fourch^e sable (Stanlowe);

9. argent, a fesse engrailed sable between three mullets
gules (Cotton) ; 10. argent, on a fesse gules three plates
(Titley) ; 11. argent, three crescents sable, a canton gules
(Heyton) ; 12. argent, a fesse between three mullets pierced
azure (Paslowe) ; 13, argent, a cross fleury sable, on a
canton gules, a wolf's head erased of the first (Peshall) ;
14. or, a bend cottised sable (Harley) ; 15. or, on a chief
sable three taus of the first (Presthope) ; 16. sable, three
mullets of six points pierced argent (Pulesdon) ; 17. or,
fretty azure, a canton gules (Willey) ; 18. argent, on a bend
sable, three escallops of the first (Remlegh) ; 19. or, two
lions passant gules (Brampton) ; 20. or, two lions passant
guardant gules (St. Valorey) ; 21. barry of six vaire ermine
and azure and gules (Brus) ; 22. gules, two bendlets, the
upper one or, the lower argent (Mylo) ; 23. gules, five
fusils in fesse or (Newmarch) ; 24. gules, a bend fusilly or
(Marshall) ; 25. or, six lions rampant sable (Strongbow) ;
26. (Dermod, King of Leinster) sable, three garbs argent,
banded gules ; 27. azure, three round buckles or (Remevill) ;
28. or, two ravens in pale sable (Corbet of Caus) ; 29. or,
on a chief indented azure, three annulets of the first (Here-
ford) ; 30. quarterly, per fesse indented or and gules
(Leighton) ; 31. or, three boars' heads couped close sable
(Cambrey) ; 32. azure, a lion rampant queue fourch^e or
(Stapleton) ; 33. argent, a wyvern sable (Drake) ; 34. or,
three bendlets gules (Muschampe) ; 35. azure, three

scallops or (Mallett) ; 36. azure, a chevron between three
eeur-de-lys ermine (De Burgh) ; 37. or, a lion rampant
flules, within a bordure engrailed sable (Mowddwy) ; 38.
gules, a lion rampant within a bordure indented or

(Theodor) ; 39. or, a raven sable (Corbet of Moreton
Corbet) ; 40. gules, a bend between six pears erect or,
stalked and leaved vert (Clopton) ; 41. quarterly, per fesse
indented or and gules, in the first quarter a lion passant
guardant argent (Besyn), and many others, the whole of
the foregoing being entered at the Vn. of Shropshire, 1623,
to the families of Baldwin, Lacon, and Leighton. Mant-
ling gules and argent. Creats— i. On a wreath of the
colours, an eagle with wings expanded argent, standing
upon, and entwined round the neck by a snake proper
(Childe) ; 2. On a wreath of the colours, a cockatrice
argent, wattled, combed, and beaked or, ducally gorged,
lined, and ringed gold, a crescent sable for cadency
(Baldwyn). Motto—" Per deum meum transilio murum.'
Only surv. son of William Shakespear Childe-
Pemberton, Gentleman [son of Charles Orlando Child-
Pemberton, who assumed by R.L. 1849 the additional
name and arms of Pemberton. Arms — Quarterly i
and 4 or, two chevronels between three buckets sable
(Pemberton); 2. Childe, as above; 3. Baldwyn, as
above. Mantling sable and or. Crests — i. on a
wreath of tbe colours, in front of a griffin's head couped
sable, a crescent or (Pemberton); 2. Childe. as above;
3. Baldwyn, as above. Motto — As above], b. 1857; d.
1924 ; m. 1894, Lady Constance Violet Lucy Bligh,
yngst. d. of 6thEarl of Darnley : —
Roland Ivo Lacon Childe, Esq., a co-heir to the
Baronies of Grey de Powis, Holland and Wake, and a
representative in Blood of Prince Edmund Plantagenet of
Woodstock, and of the ancient Welsh Princes of Powis,
b. 1898; assumed by R.L. 1924, the name and arms of
Childe only in lieu of Childe-Pemberton ; m. 1921, Emilia
Anna, d. of Antonia Zavadski of Warsaw, and widow of
Gen. Wladykin. Seat— K'mlQi Hall, Salop.

Sons of Rev. Arthur Childe-Freeman, b. 1820 ;i</. 1882 ;
m. 1852, Mary Harriet, eld. d. and coh. .»of John
Freeman, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Gaines, co. Hereford: —
Rev. Edward Leonard Childe-Freeman [g.v.).





Cecil Edwyn Childe- Freeman, b. 1861 ; m. 1887, Amy
MacDougall ; and has issue — Edwyn Ralph Childe-Freeman ,
Esq., late Capt. R.A.F., 1*. 1897 [m. 1921, Margaret, d. of
the late W. H. Larrymore, of Midnapur, India, and has
issue — I dau]. Res. — The Cottage, Bockleton, Worcester.

Rowland Lacon Childe-Freeman, Gentleman, b. 1870;
wt. and has issue. Res. —


MAN, M.A., Rector of Edwyn Ralph, Bromyard, Hereford.
Born Feb. 24, 1855, being the second but eldest surviving
son of the late Rev. Arthur Childe (who assumed with his
wife in 1878 the additional surname of Freeman), b.
1820; d. 1882; rn. 1852, Mary Harriet, dau. and heir
of the late John Freeman of Gaines, Whitbourne. Wor-
cester. Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, gules,
a chevron ermine between three eagles close argent (for
Childe) ; 2 and 3, argent, a saltiie sable, a crescent for
difference (for Baldwyn). Mantling gules and argent.
Crests — I. upon a wreath of the colours, an eagle with
wings expanded argent, entwined round the neck by a serpent
proper (for Childe); 2. upon a wreath of the colours, on a
mount vert, a cockatrice argent, wattled, combed and
beaked or, ducally gorged and lined also or, and charged
with a crescent sable for difference. Mottoes — " Per Deum
meum, transiliomurum" (for Baldwyn); " Paxet plenitudo."
Married, June ic, 1880, Edith, youngest dau of George
Mercer of Deal, Kent ; and by her has Issue— (i) Leonard
George Childe-Freeman, Gentleman, b. March 13, 1881
[m. 1906, Gwladys Violet, d. of Lt.-Col. Charles Croker-
King ; and has issue— Charles Edward Childe-Freeman,
Gentleman, b. 1907]; (2) Arthur Harold Childe-Freeman,
Gentleman, b. July 10, 1882 [m. 1909, Lettice, fourth d. of
H. Tatham of Dundee, Natal]; and Dorothy Edith [/«.
1910, Alured Edward Morgan, son of Capt. Arthur Edward
Morgan]. Res. — Edwyn Ralph Rectory, Bromyard, Whores.


CHINNERY-HALDANE of Gleneagles (Matric. L.O
1878, 1882, and 30 May, 1908). Quarterly, i. argent, a
saltire engrailed sable (Haldane L.O.,^. 1672-7) ; 2. azure,
a chevron ermine between three lions rampant or, armed
and langued gules, on a canton vert, a harp of the third,
stringed argent (Chinnery, Confn. U.O. 1799) ; 3. argent,
a saltire between four roses gules (Lennox, L.O., c. 1672-7) ;
4. or, a bend chequy sable and argent (Menteith, L.O., c.
1672-71. Mantlings — Dexter, sable, doubled argent; sin-
ister, azure, doubled or. Crests — Dexter, on a wreath of
the liveries, an eagle's head erased or, and on an escroll
over the same the Motto — "Suffer" (Haldane); sinister,
on a wreath of the liveries, perched on a globe or, an eagle
rising proper, collared gold, and on an escroll over the same
this Motto — " Nee temere nee timide." Supporters — Two
eagles, wings disclosed proper.

Eld. son of Rt. Rev. James Robert .Alexander Chinnery-
Haldane, D.D., Bishop of Argyll and the Isles (1883-
1906), b. 1842 ; d. 1906 ; tn. 1864, Anna Elizabeth
Frances Margaretta {d. 1907), only child of late Rev. Sir
Nicholas Chinnery, Bart., of Flintiield, co. Cork : —
James Brodrick Chinnery-Haldane of Gleneagles, Perth-
shire, Esq., J. P., Inverness-shire, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1868;
tn. 1902, Katherine Annie, only d. of the late William
Henry Edward Napier, and has issue — Alexander Napier
Chinnery-Haldane, Gentleman, b.igoj; Brodrick Vernon
Chinnery-Haldane, Gentleman, b. igi2 ; Marjorie Alexina ;
and .Agnes Elizabeth. Seat — Gleneagles, Perthshire. Res.
— Alltshellach, Quich, Inverness-shire.

CHISENHALE-MARSH (H. Coll.). Sable, a horse's

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