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doubled argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a
cross Calvary gules. Motto — " Vitam dirigat."

Eld. son of Sir Alexander Christison, 2nd Bart.,

M.D., Surgeon-Gen. H.M. Bengal Army, i. 1828;

d. 1918; m. ist, 1854, Jemima Anne (d. 1876), d. of

James Cowley Brown, Bengal Civil Service; and,

iSga, Florence, d. of F. T. Elworthy of Foxdown,

Somerset : —

Sir Robert Alexander Christison, 3rd Bart. (22 Nov.

1871), late Capt. and Hon. Maj. (ret.) R.G.A. Mil., served

S. Africa 1901-2 with 3rd Batt. H.L.I. ; Clerk, Legation,

Lima, 1907-19 ; British Vice-Consul, Lima. 1916-19 ;

Partner, English & Co., High Holborn, since 1922, 6. 1870;

m. 1900, Mary Russell, d. of A. R. Gilzean. Res. —

Merivale, Exton, Exeter.

CHRISTOPHER (H. Coll.). Per chevron wavy azure
and erminois, in chief two estoiles argent, and on a
mount in base vert, a beaver passant proper, in the fesse
point a chart of Chesterfield's Inlet. Mantling azure




and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, two arms
embowed vested azure, the hands proper, supporting an
anchor erect sable, cable argent. Livery — Dark blue,
grey facings, waistcoat grey and blue stripes.

Son of John Thomas Christopher, Gentleman,

b. 1830; d. 1910; m. 1862, Helen Maria, d. of

Thomas Smith : —
Freville Gurney Christopher, Gentleman, b. 1866 ;
m. ist, 1898, Janet {d. 1901), d. of the late Philip
Simpson; 2nd, 1904, Nora, d. of Charles Tweedy of
Redruth, Cornwall ; and has issue — • John Danby
Christopher, Gentleman, B.A. (Cantab.), d. 1905 ; Carlyon
Freville Christopher, Gentleman, i. 1906 ; Thomas
Francis Surtees Christopher, Gentleman, />. 191 2 ; and 4
daus. Res. — Court Garden, Goring. Clu6 — Royal
Thames Yacht.

Sons of Charles Mordaunt de Aguilar Christopher,

Esq., Lieut, (ret.) R.F.A., B.A. (Carab.), b. 1887 ;

d. 1928 ; m. 1918, Corinne, d. of O. N. Shaw, Esq.,

J. P., of Arrovve Park, Cheshire : —
Mordaunt Henry Shaw Christopher, Gentleman, b. 1919.
Res. — Highbullen, Umberleigh, Devon.
Michael Seton Christopher, Gentleman, b. 1922.

Son of Rev. Alfred William Millard Christopher,

M.A., Hon. Canon, Christchurch, b. 1820 ; d. 1913 ;

m. 1844, Maria Frances, d. of Thomas Christopher,

of Norton : —
Captain Alfred Seton Christopher, late Seaforth High-
landers, served Southern Afghanistan 1880 (medal),
and as A.D.C. to Governor of Bombay, 1881-82, to
Governor of Ceylon, 1886-89, N.VV. Dist. Staff, 1892-97,
Knight of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of St. John
of Jerusalem, Mayor of Chelsea 1925-26, Gold Stafi
Officer at the Coronation of King George (Motto — " Deo
conservatus "), b. 1856; m. ist, 1892, Melesina Ethel
Maud, Lady of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St.
John of Jerusalem {d. 1924), ygst. d. of Philip Chenevix-
Trench, Esq., J. P., of Botley; 2nd, 1927, Amy, d. of
Andrew Wauchope, and widow of Major J. Johnstone,
M.V.O., R.E, Res.— 40 Carlyle Square, Chelsea, S.W.3.
Clubs — Naval and Military, Beefsteak.

Son of Maj. -Gen. Leonard Raisbeck Christopher,

b. 1822 ; d. 1901 ; m. 1845, Anne Emma, d. of

Thomas Brae : —



Maj.-Gen. Leonard William Christopher, C.B., I.A.
(ret.), served Afghan War, 1878-80 (desp., medal),
Egyptian Expedition, 1882 (medal, bronze star), Tirah
Expedition, 1897-98 (desp., C.B.), Dir.-Gen. Transport
and Supply in India, 1900-5, b. 1848 ; m. 1878, Florence,
d. of Maj.-Gen. Charles Stuart Lane, C.B. ; and has surv.
issue — Lieut.-Col. Charles de Lona Christopher, CLE.,
LA., served Great War, 1914-19, b. 1885 [m. 1909,
May Victoria, d. of Col. H. J. Waller Barrow ; and has
issue — Gladys Florence ; Yolande Constance {Res. —
Brook House, Cambcrley)] ; Muriel de Lona ; Hazel
de Lona [m. 1911, Col. Frank A. Finnis, O.B.E., R.A.].
Res. — Norton, Camberley, Surrey.

Only son of Cosby Carmichael Christopher, b. 1869 ;
d. 1906 ; m. 1899 : —

John Russell Carmichael Christopher, Esq., of the
Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, Lieut.
R.H.A., b. 1900. Res. — 26 Wilton Place, Knightsbridge,
S.W.I. C/«6— Cavaky.

CHRISTOPHERSON of Lee (H. CoU.). Azure, a
figure representing St. Christopher proper, on a chief
arched argent two crosses couped gules. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, between
two branches of laurel, a dexter arm embowed in armour,
the hand grasping a dagger in bend, all proper. Motto —
" Christum fero."

Son of WiUiam Christopherson, Gentleman, of The
Paragon, Blackheath, b. ; d. ; m. : —

Clifiord Christopherson, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

CHRISTY of Watergate (H. Coll.). Or, on a saltire
invected sable, between four mullets pierced azure,
a saltire ermine. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a mount vert, thereon the stump of
a holly-tree sprouting between four branches of fern, all
proper. MottO — " Sic viresco."

Sons of Richard Christy, Esq., J. P. cos. Chester,
Lancaster, and Sussex, and D.L. for the latter co. ,
d. 1819; d. 1898; ?n. 1862, Alice, d. of Henry Ash-
worth, Esq., J. P., of The Oaks, co. Lancaster: —
William Miller Christy, Esq., Capt. (late) Sussex Imp.
Yeo. , Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple), M.A. (Oxon.), 6.
1863. Seat — Watergate, Emsworih, Hants.

Henry Edmund Christy, Gentleman, 6. 1865; m. 1895,
Ethel May Phipps, youngest d. of late Admiral Sir G.
Phipps Hornby, G.C.B. , of Little Green, Sussex; and has
issue— (i) Stephen Edmund Fell Christy, Gentleman, d.
1896; (2) Basil Francis Robert Christv, Gentleman, d. 1897.
Jfes.—

CHUBB of Stonehenge (H. Coll.). Per fesse azure and
vert, two pales surmounted by a chief couped argent.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours a lion's gamb argent, charged with a fesse azure,
thereon a bar or, and grasping two branches of mistletoe
proper. Motto — " Saxis condita."

Son of Alfred Chubb, Gentleman, of Shrewton,
Wilts. :—

Sir Cecil Herbert Edward Chubb, ist Bart. (17 Sept.
1 919), M.A., LL.B. Camb., Barrister-at-Law, Middle
Temple, J. P., b. 1876 ; tn. 1902, Mary Bella Alice,
d. of John Fern of Femdown ; and has issue — John
Corbin Chubb, Esq., b. 1904 ; Mary Ceciha. Seats —
Baston Manor, Codford, Wilts. ; Abbotswood, St.
George's Hill, Wcybridge.

Rt. Hon. Sir GEORGE HAYTER CHUBB, ist
Baron Hayter (1927), 1st Baronet, of Newlands, Chisle-
hurst, Kent (1900), Knight Bachelor (1885), a Knijjht
of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John
of Jerusalem in England. Born Aug. 29, 1848, being
the second son of John Chubb, by his wife Priscilla,
dau. of Godwin Withers of Romsey, Hants. Armorial
bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, azure, a cross or, between
in the first and fourth quarters a bezant, and in second and
third a rose or (Chubb) ; 2 and 3, azure, a chevron between
two bulls' heads couped in chief and in base an escallop
all or (Hayter). Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-lion rampant azure,
supporting between its paws a bezant charged with a rose
gules, a key fessewise, ward upwards and to the dexter or.
Supporters — On either side a lion azure holding in the
mouth a rose gules barbed seeded leaved and slipped
proper, and charged on the shoulder with a key palewise.

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ward downwards and to the dexter or. Motto—" Cavendo
tutus." Married, Dec. 29, 1870, Sarah Vanner, only dau.
of Charles Early, Esq., of Witney, Oxfordshire, J. P. for
CO. Oxford; and has issue — (i) Hon. Charles Archibald
Chubb, b. 1871 [;«. 1898, Mary, d. of John Fletcher
Howarth, Esq., J. P., and has issue — George Charles
Hayter Chubb, Esq., b. 191 1 ; David William Early
Chubb, Esq., b. 1914 (Res. — Lethbridge, Wimbledon)];
(2) Hon. George Herbert Chubb, late Capt. Hon. Art. Co.
R.H.A,, b. 1873; Hon. Ethelwyn Early; Hon. Helen
Mary [w. 1909, Harold Gabriel Moorish] ; and Hon.
Priscilla Frances Vanner [;«. 1909, Alexander Woodward
Hill]. Seats — Newlands, Chislehurst ; and Riverside,
Witney, Oxon. Clubs — Carlton, Constitutional.

CHURCH (R.L., 5 May 1869). Quarterly, i and 4,
argent, on a file gules, a chevron of the field, charged with
three roses of the second, barbed and seeded proper,
between as many greyhounds' heads erased of the first
(Church) ; 2 and 3, sable, a lion rampant between four
mascles saltirewise or (Philips). Mantling gules and
argent. Crests — i. On a wreath of the colours, in front
of a passion-cross gules, a pelican in her piety argent, the
wing charged with a rose also gules, barbed and seeded
proper (Church) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a lion
rampant regardant sable, sem6e of pheons and holding
between the paws a mascle or (Philips). MottO — " Vulnera
ecclesiae liberorum vita."

Sons of Rev. Samuel Church Church (formerly
Phillips), b. 1836 ; m. i860, Mary Anne Bridges
Evans, only child of Rev. Benjamin Evans, Vicar
of Llanstephan, Carmarthenshire: —

Rev. John Church Church, Vicar of St. John's, Lower
Weston, Bath, 1^. 1862. Res. — 11 Coombe Park, Weston,
Bath.

Rev. Arthur Charles Gainsborough Church, b. 1866.
Res. — ^The Bollin, Ross-on-Wye.

Francis William Church, Gentleman, b. 1868.

Cyril Gerard Church, Gentleman, b. 1871. Res. —

CHURCH (H. Coll., 1901). Or, on a fesse engrailed
sable between three greyhounds' heads of the second, erased
gules, and collared azure, as many bezants. Mantling
sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a grey-
bound's head sable, erasedgules, collared azure, and charged
•)n the neck with two bezants. Motto — " Mea spes est
in Deo."

Son of Sir William Selby Church, ist Bart., K.C.B.,

M.D., D.Sc. (Oxon.). J. P. Herts., b. 1837 ; d. 1928;

m. 1875, Sybil Constance (d. i9i3),d. of iate Charles

John Bigge of Linden, Northumberland : —

SirGeoffrey Selby Church, 2nd Bart. (28 June 1901) M.C. ,

Maj. R.F.A., b. 1887; 7n. ist, 1913, Doris Louise Cleghorn

(d. 1917), d. of Dr. William Somerville, Fellow of St.

John's College, Oxford ; 2nd, 1920, Helene Elizabeth, d. of

the late John Traynor, of Michigan, Res. — Woodside

Place, Hatfield, Herts. Club — New University.

CHURCH (H. Coll.. 1911). Argent, on a fesse between
three greyhounds' heads erased sable, collared and ringed
or, three fleurs-de-lys of the last. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-grey-
hound sable, collared and ringed or, holding in the dexter
paw a fleur-de-lys gold. Mottoes — " Turacin churchite
colein " ; " Melius dare quam accipere."

Sons of Julien Robert Church, Solicitor, b. 1826 ; d.
1890 ; m. 1863 : —
Stephen Church, Gentleman, 3. . Res. —

Edgar Francis Church, Gentleman, b. . Res. —
Harold Edmund Church, b. ; m. , ; and

has issue — Harold Edgar Church, Gentleman, b. ; and

wo daus. Res. —

Sons of Rev. Alfred John Church, b. 1829; d. 1912;
m. 1862 : —
Alfred Francis Bentley Church, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxen.),

b. 1864; m. 1903, ; and has issue — Church,

Gentleman ; and two daus. Res, —

Maurice Church, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Herbert Edmund Church, Gentleman,^. 1868; m. 1894,

; and has issue — (i) Church, Gentleman, ^. ;

(2) ■ Church, Gentleman, b. ; and five daus.

Res.~

Harold Stephen Church, Gentleman, 1^. 1874 ; w/. 1907,
; and has issue, a dau. Res. —

CHURCHILL, see MARLBOROUGH, Duke of.



CHURCHILL, Viscount, see SPENCER-
CHURCHILL.

CHURCHILL of Muston, and formerly of Colliton,
Dorchester (Vn. Dorset, 1623). Sable, a lion rampant
argent, debruised by a bend gules. MottO — " Esse quam
videri." Livery — Black coat, red waistcoat, silver buttons
with crest.

Son of Rev. William Churchill of Colliton and Muston,
Rector of Winterbourne-Stickland, b. 1803 ; d. 1886 ;
m. 1839, Julia Charlotte Mackenzie, d. of Sir Orford
Gordon, Bart., of Embo : —
Col. Mackenzie Churchill, late 58th Regt., D.A.A.G. ,
Ceylon, Mil. Sec. to G.O.C. The Cape, and commanding
27th Regt. Dist., b. 1848; m. 1902, Eleanora Agnes, d. of
Col. Lewis Mansergh Buchanan, C.B. , of Edenfel, co.
Tyrone ; and has issue — Zee Louisa Wilhelmina Mac-
kenzie [m. 1926, Capt. Donald Christie, R.E.]; Esm^
Mackenzie ; and Vera Mackenzie. Seat — 6 College Lawn,
Cheltenham.

Second son of Rev. Cameron Churchill, M.A. ,

Vicar of Crockham Hill, co. Kent, b. 1849; d. 1901;

m. 1874, Eliza Blanche, d. of G. W. Hodge, of

Redesmouth Hall, Northumberland, sister of Lord

Wyfold :—

Kenneth Berkeley Mackenzie Churchill, Esq., Comdr.

R.N. (ret.), b. 1886; m. 1915, Margaret Norrie, eld. d. of

Sir John Paget, Bart., K.C. , and has had issue — Cameron

John Kenneth Churchill, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; George

Nicholas Churchill, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; d. 1927; and

Juliet Susan Harriet. Res. — Muston Manor, Dorchester.

Club — Jun. United Service.

Yr. sons of Rev. William Churchill and Julia Charlotte
Mackenzie Gordon (see above) : —
Rev. Melville Churchill. M.A. (Camb.),^. 1850; m. 1902,
Edith Charlotte, d. of Henry Harrisson, M.R.C.S.E.
Res. — 45 Stourcliffe Avenue, West Southbourne, Bourne-
mouth.

Lt.-Col. Seton Churchill, late A. P. D., formerly 44th Regt.,
b. 1851 ; m. 1877, Ehnor Millicent, d. of J. Kidd, M.D., of
Blacicheath ; and has issue — Gordon Seton Churchill,
Gentleman, B.A. (Cantab.), b. 1878. ./?«.— Colliton
Lodge, Clilton Road, Wimbledon.

Rev. Reginald Churchill, Rector of Berrynarbor, formerly
Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Sodor and Man, b.
1853; m. 1880, Caroline Harriet, d. of John Ross Hutchinson,
B.C.S. ; and has issue — Elsie Kathleen Gordon. Res. —
The Rectory, Berrynarbor, Devon.

Rev. Stuart Churchill, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1856; m. ist,
1887, Amy (d. 1894), d. of William Henry, of Bath ; 2nd,
1899, Beatrice Galen, d. of late R. Wallace Hamilton, of
Bath ; and has issue (by ist mar.) — Irene Sylvia Stuart
[m. 1918, Brough Gurney Randall, and has issue] ; and
Gladys Beryl Stuart [m. 1925, Christopher Latham, and
has issue]. Res. — Mancetter Vicarage, Athers'one.

CHURCHMAN of Abbey Oaks (H. CoU. 1917)-
Barry of four argent and sable, two pallets ermine, on
a chief of the second three leopards* faces or. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — Upon a roll of parchment, a
cock proper. Motto — " Post tenebras aurora."

Sons of Henry Charles Churchman, Gentleman, of
Paget House, Ipswich, b. 1827; d. 1888 ; m. 1857,
Mary Anna, d. of Charles Eade, of High House,
Ipswich : —

Sir William Alfred Churchman, Knt. Bach., V.D.,
J.P. Suffolk, Lieut.-Col. 4th Batt. Suffolk Regt. 1906-
12, and temp. Col.-Comdg. 1914-18, b. 1863 ; m. 1891,
Lois Adelaide, d. of Alfred Wrinch, Esq., J. P., of Ipswich.
Res. — The Lodge, Melton, Suffolk.

Henry Eade Churchman, Gentleman, Solicitor of the
Supreme Court of Judicature, b. 1863, Res. — Guildford,
Surrey.

Sir Arthur Charles Churchman, ist Bart. (3 July
1917), of Abbey Oaks, Sproughton, Suffolk, M.P. Wood-
bridge Div. of Suffolk since 1920 ; J.P. Suffolk,
Lieut.-Col. (ret.) Essex and Suffolk R.G.A., b. 1867;
m. 1891, Edith, d. of Julius Harvey, M.I.M.E., of
Ipswich ; and has surv. issue — Vera Kate. Seat —
Abbey Oaks, Sproughton, Suffolk. Town res. — 20
Prince's Gate, S.W.7. Clubs — St. Stephen's, Carlton,
Junior Carlton, Ranelagh ; County (Ipswich).

CHURNSIDEof Carranballace, Victoria (H. Coll). Per
chevron azure and argent, in chief two mullets of the last,
and in base a kangaroo sejant regardant proper. Mant-



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ling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours,
in front of a domi-sun in splendour or, a falcon rising, belled
proper. Motto —

Son of : —

Robert Gordon Churnside, Gentleman, b.-
Res. — Carranballace, co. Ripon, Victoria, Australia.

CHURSTON, Baron, see YARDE-BULLER.

CHUTE, see WIGGETT-CHU'IE.

CINNAMOND (U.O.). Azure, a lion rampant argent,
armed and langued gules, in chief a fleur-de-lys or
between two mullets of the second, and in base a crescent
of the fourth. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On




CLACK, formerly of Crowmarsh-Gifford, co. Oxon. ;
Wallingford, co. Berks. ; and Larkbeare Manor, Moreton-
Hampstcad, Kenn, and Milton- Damerell, all in the county
of Devon. (H. Coll., 30 Nov. 1768, confirmed to Thomas
A. S. Clack, Gentleman, F.R.G.S., of Blackheath, Kent,
1924). Gules, within a bordurel engrailed erminois,| an





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a wreath of the colours, a dove azure winged billed and
membered and holding in the bill an olive-branch
all or. Motto — " Pro amore et pace." Livery — Black,
yellow and blue stripe.

Sons of Thomas Cinnamond, Gentleman, of Belfast,
b. 1856 ; d. 1918 ; m. 1885, Monica Mary, d. of
Harry Edwin James, Gentleman, of Manchester : —
Norman James Cinnamond, Gentleman, Knight of
the Order of the Holy Sepulchre (Papal). Knight of the
Order of St. George Constantine (Rome), b. 1886 ;
m. 1 9 10, Maria Bertrand y Girona (Dame of the Order
of the Holy Sepulchre), d. of Joseph Bertrand y de Salsas,
of Barcelona ; and has issue — Molly ; Dorothy ; and
Beatrice. Address — Villa Mayfair, Carril 148, Barce-
lona, Spain. Club — British (San Cugat, Barcelona).

Bernard Cinnamond, Gentleman, b. 1888 ; tn. 1913,
Manolita, d. of Joseph Bertrand y de Salsas, of Barcelona,
and has issue — Bernard Cinnamond, Gentleman, b. 1915.
Res. — Avenida Alfonso XIII 520, Barcelona.

Son of Thomas Cinnamond, Gentleman, Solicitor,
of Almeida House, Belfast, b. 1830 ; d. 1880 ;
m. 1853, Margaret, d. of Tiemey Monoghan, Gentle-
man : —
James Cinnamond, Esq., J. P. co. Antrim, b. 1858 ;
m. 1881, Isabella Weatherspoon, d. of George McKerrow,
Gentleman, of Castle Hill, Kilmalcom, Scotland; and has
issue — (i) Lisle Park Cinnamond, Gentleman, b. 1893
[m. 1922, Lilly Sheldon, and has issue — Maureen Isobel
Patricia] ; (2) Hubert Park Cinnamond, Gentleman, Lieut.
West Yorks. Regt., b. 1897 [m. 1926, Elaine Dunn] ; (3)
Robert Stewart Cinnamond, Gentleman, b. 1902 [m. 1923;
Wilhelmina Baird, and has issue — Betty Anna Monica] ;
Olive ; and Eileen Marguerite. Res. — 40 Duncairn
Gardens, Belfast.



eagle displayed ermine (for Clack). Mantling gules [and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-eagle
displayed or, the wings ermine. Mottoes — " Deus
providebit " and " Aquila non captat muscas." Livery —
Crimson, with while facings.

Son of Edward Somerset Clack, Gentleman, b. 1828 ;
d. 1883 ; m. Elizabeth, Countess Masera, eld. d. and
co.-heiress of Stephen William Stable, of Westmor-
land, and of Jamaica, W.I., Gentleman, and grandson
of Thomas Edward Clack, of Larkbeare Manor, Devon,
and of the War Office, Gentleman {b. 1797, d. 1880),
by Frances, dau. of Edward Argles , of Maidstone, co.
Kent, Esq. : —
Thomas Augustus Stable Clack, Gentleman, F.R.G.S.,
etc., 2ist in descent from King Edward III, 1*. 1857;
m. 1884, Kate Thorpe [b. i860), d. of Edwin Cotton
Cottingham, Gentleman, M.R.C.S., etc., of Laxfie'd,
CO. Suffolk, and Skelton, co. Yorks. [Impaling arms of
Cottingham, viz. , sable, two hinds counter trippant in fesse
argent] ; and has issue — (i) Thomas Stanley Clack, Esq.,
T.D., Maj. Royal Artillery (R. ofO.), Barrister-at-Law of
the Middle Temple, b. 1888, served in Great War
(despatches, and Special Order of the Day for " gallant
behaviour") {Clubs — Junior Army and Navy, Royal
-Automobile, etc.) ; (2) Leslie Augustus Clack, Gentleman,
served in Great War as Lieut. R.N.R. in command H.M. S.
Ocean Reaper, b. 1891 \jn. 1919, Marjorie, d. of Charles
Craven Sykes, of Huddersfield, co. Yorks., and has issue —
Thomas Augustus Courtenay Clack, Gentleman, b. 1925 ;
Diana Augusta Courtenay ; and Elisabeth Mary Courtenay] ;
and Elsey Winifride. Res. — Arran, Blackheath, co. Kent.
Sons of the late Rev. William Courtenay Clack, B.A.
Worcester Coll. (Oxon.), Rector of Moreton-Hamp-
stead, CO. Devon; b. 1817 ; d. 1900; by Amelia
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of Walkhampton, co. Devon, and cousin of the late
General Sir Howard Elphinstone, V.C, Comptroller
for H.R. H. the Duke of Connaught : —
William Courtenay Howard Clack, Gentleman, 20th in
descent from Edward HI., sometime Master of the Furlong
(Bragg's) Hounds, b. 1852; w. ist, 1877, Florence, d. of
Toshua Moore, Esq., J. P., of Torquay, co. Devon; by whom
he had issue — (i) William Courtenay Arthur Clack, Gentle-
man, b. 1878 ; d. 1911 \_7n. Evelyn, d. of Capt. Swinburne,
R.N., and niece of Sir John Swinburne, of Cap Heaton
Castle, CO. Northumberland, Bart., and left issue — William
Courtenav Clack, Gentleman, b. 1896]; (2) Lionel Grant
Clack, Gentleman, b. 1890; served in Great War and
dangerously wounded ; (3) Gerald Elphinstone Clack,
Gentleman, late Wilts. Regt., b. 1899 ; killed in action at
Messines, 10 April, 1918 ; Undine Annette \in. 1901,
Robert Gordon, of Wroughton, Wilts., and has issue];
Hilda Verena \m. 1902, Frederick Flint-Taylor, Gentleman,
of Paignton, co. Devon, and of Vancouver, B.C., and has
issue]; m. 2nd, 1902, Louisa, d. of Thomas Leader, of
Wroughton, co. Wilts., and has issue — Helen. Res. —
Budleigh Salterton, co. Devon.

John Charles Clack, Gentleman, late of Aberdeen, N.B. ,
b. 1856; m. 1881, Mary Robinson, of Dublin; and has
surv. issue — Geale Wybrandts Courtenay Clack, Gentle-
man late R.E. , b. 1882.

Youngest and last survivin'^ child of the late William
George Sadler Clack, Gentleman, M.R.C.S., etc., ot
Eton, CO. Bucks., b. 1798 ; d. 1859 ; 19th in descent
from King Edward HL, and g.-d. of the Rev.
Thomas Clack, Rector of MiUon-Damerell with Cook-
bury, Lord of the Manor of Larkbeare, co. Devon ; by
Elizabeth, d. and co.-heiress of Edward- Sadler, of
Garsington, co. Oxon., Gentleman : —
Anne Catherine Clack, b. 1851. /?«.— Ilfracombe, co.
Devon.



CLANCARTY, Earl of, see LE POER TRENCH.



CLANMORRIS, Baron, see BINGHAM.



CLANWILLIAM, Earl of, see MEADE.



CLAPTON (H. Coll., Aug. 1879). Argent, on a
chevron between two bells in chief, and a horse's head
erased in base azure, bridled or, three pairs of bands
couped at the wrist, in saltire proper. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a bay
horse's head erased, bridled and charged with a quatrefoii
or, gorged with a chain also or, pendent therefrom a beli
azure. Motto — " Laudo et plaudo."

Son of Edward Clapton, Gentleman, M.D. (Lond. ),

F.R.C.P. (Lond.), F.R.C.S. (Eng.), F.L.S., F.R.G.S.,

F.Z.S., b. 1830; d. 1909; m. 1862, Mary, d. of John

Churchill, Esq., J. P., of Wimbledon : —
Rev. Edward Louis Churchill Clapton, M.A. (Oxon.),
Vicar of All Saints', Stamford, b. 1863; m. 1890, May
Vivian, d. of George William Keeling, Esq., J. P. ; and
has issue — Rev. Edward Vivian Clapton, Vicar of Gos-
berton, Spalding, b. 1892. Res. — All Saints' Vicarage,
Stamford.

Sons of William Clapton, Gentleman, F.R.C.S., b.

1833 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1862, Mary Jane, d. of Edward

Hall of Wansford :—
Rev, Ernest Clapton, formerly Vicar of Hatherden,
Andover, b. 1864 ; m. 1892, Margaret Jane, d. of Robert
Snaith Hichens; and has had issue — (i) Arthur Clapton,
Gentleman, b. 1893 ; killed in action, 1916 ; (2) John
Clapton, Gentleman, b. 1895. Res. — The Orchard, Sher-
borne, Dorset,

William Clapton, Gentleman; b. 1870. Res. — Port
Dalhousie, Ontario, Canada.



CLARE of Lidlington (H. Coll., 19 Sept. 1916).
Chevronee of six or and gules, a holly-tree proper,
fructed of the second. Mantling gules and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant or, gorged
with a collar gules, pendent therefrom a hunting-horn
sable. Motto — " Prospice."

Son of Alfred Clare, Solicitor, of Hill End House,
Lidlington, b. 1851 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1882, Mary



Catherine, d. of Chas. Hensman, of Welling-
borough : —
Rev. Frank Conquest Clare, Clerk in Holy Orders,




M.A. Camb., Vicar of Flamstead, Herts., h. 1883 ; m.
1919, Cicely, d. of Gerald Crecy Pamell, M.R.C.S., of
Forest Hill. Res. — Flamstead Vicarage, Herts.

CLARE. Argent, a chevronel gules, between two others
azure, on a chief dancett^e of the last a goat's head erased
between two crosses patonce or. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a mill-
rind fessewise or, a cock with wings expanded gules.
Motto—" Vigilante."

Son of John Leigh Clare, Gentleman, b. June 29, 1824 ;

m. March 5, 1850, Francisca Constancia de Carvalho,

d. of Thomaz Joz6 Duarte of Liverpool and Figueira

da Foz, Portugal: —
John Francis Leigh Clare, Gentleman, b. Nov. 4, 1851.
Res.—

CLARENDON, Earl of, see VILLIERS.

CLARENDON (U.O.). Or, on a bend cottised, all
indented sable, three pairs of ostrich feathers in saltire
argent. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of