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Sir John Nugent Nugent, 3rd Bart. (1831), assumed by
R.L. 1911 the surname of Nugent in lieu of Humble, D.L.
co. Waterford, b. 1849 ; m. 1875, Anastasia de la Poer, d.
of John Power of Gurteen, co. Waterford, M.P. ; and has
had issue— (1) Gilbert Richard de la Peer Nugent,
Esq., R.A., b. 1884; d. 1927 [m. 1st, 1904, Marjorie {d.
1910), yr. d. of the late Capt. Charles Smith of Goderich,

Sydney ; 2nd, 1922, Lucinda, d. of C. Colley, and left issue
— Mary]; (2) Gerald William Nugent, Esq., Capt. Irish
Rifles, b. 1886; killed in action 1915 [m. 1913, Norah,
eldest d. of the late Dr. W. H. Bagnell of Pau, France ;
and left issue — Elizabeth Mary]; and Joan Frances Claire.
Seat — Cloncoskoraine, Dungarvan, co. Waterford.

NUGENT-DUNBAR of Machermore Castle (L.O.,
27 Feb. 1909). Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, a lion rampant
argent, surmounted of a bend compony of the second and
azure, all within a bordure of the second charged with
eight roses of the field (Dunbar); 2 and 3, ermine, two
bars gules, the upper charged with two bezants and the
lower with another of the same (Nugent). Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crests — 1. (dexter) on a wreath of his
liveries, a lion's head erased argent, armed and langued
gules, crowned with an antique crown or, and charged on
the neck with a rose proper. Motto — " Fortis et fidelis "
(Dunbar) ; 2. (sinister) on a wreath of his liveries, a cocka-

trice, wings endorsed proper, collarea argent, comb and
wattles gules. Motto — ' ' Decrevi. "

Only son of Robert Nugent-Dunbar of Machermore,

b. ; d. 1866; m. 1856, Annette Ellen, d. of Rev.

Anthony Singleton-Atcheson, M.A. , Rector of Teigh,

co. Rutland : —
Col. Robert Lennox Nugent-Dunbar, Special Res. , late
comdg. 3rd Batt. Roy. Scots Fus., J. P. cos. Kirkcudbright
and Wigton, b. 1864. Seat— Machermore Castle, Newton-
Stewart, N.B. Club— Wellington.


NUSSEY of Rushwood Hall (H. Coll., 1909). Azure, a
lion rampant within an orle of four billets and four sprigs
ef nuts alternately or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion azure, holding in the
dexter paw a sprig of nuts slipped, and resting the sinister
paw on a billet or. Motto — " Arbor ne caret nuce."

Son of Thomas Nussey of Bramley Grange, Thomer,
nr. Leeds, b. 1818 ; d. 1909; m. 1865, Helen, d. of
John Dodgson, Gentleman, of Harrogate: —
Sir (Thomas) Willans Nussey, 1st Bt. (1909), Barr.-at-
Law, J. P. and D.L. North Riding of Yorks., M.P. for
Pontefract 1893-1910, was Pari. Sec. to Home Sec. (Rt.
Hon. G. W. E. Russell, M.P.) 1894-5. b. 1868, m. 1897,
Edith, d. of the late Edward Moore Daniel, M.D. , Fleet-
wood, Lanes.; and has issue — Thomas Moore Nussey,
Esq., J. P. N.R. Yorks., b. 1898. Res.— Rushwood Hall,
East Tanfield, Ripon. Clubs— Brooks's, Ranelagh, Yorks.




NUSSEY of Chislehurst (H. Coll., 1890). Azure, a
lion rampant erminois, holding between the paws an
escutcheon argent, thereon a staff erect entwined by a
serpent proper, all within an orle of billets and crosses
patee alternately or. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, out of the battlements of a
tower proper, a demi-lion erminois, holding in the
dexter paw a cross patee fitchee and resting the sinister
on a billet or. Motto — " Arbor ne careat nuce."

Son of Thomas John Hartley Nussey, Gentleman,

b. 1837; d. 1887 ;m. 1867, Jessie Wilson : —
John Nussey, Gentleman, m. and has issue — (1)
Edward Nussey, Gentleman, b. ; (2) Anthony Nussey,
Gentleman, b. . Res. — West Queensland.

Sons of Antony Foxcroft Nussey, Gentleman, B.A.

(Oxon.), Solicitor, b. 1839 ; d. 1920 ; m. 1870, Mary

Anne, d. of Thomas Charrington : —
Cecil Antony Nussey, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon),
Solicitor, b. 1872. Res. — Ivy House, Chislehurst.

John Menet Nussey, Gentleman, b. 1873 ; m. 191 3,
Margaret, d. of Clifford Bower, of Bromley ; and has
issue — John Theodore Menet Nussey, Gentleman,
b. 1914; Joan Margaret. Res. — Inverleith, 25 Lake
Avenue, Bromley, Kent.

NUNN. Azure, a saltire or, between a boy's head
affronted, couped at the shoulders, around his neck a serpent
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Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a saltire azure,
a bull's head erased or. Motto — " Justi sicut astra
lucebunt." Livery — Blue, with gilt buttons and yellow

Son of the Rev. Samuel Nunn, M.A., Clerk in Holy
Orders, Rector of Lawton, Cheshire, b. 1835; d.
1921 ; m. 1863, Eliza, second daughter of William
Williamson, Esq. , J. P., of Heaton Norris, Lancashre: —
Harry Nunn, Gentleman, B.A. (Cantab.), Solicitor,
b. 1865. Res. — The Grove, Lawton, Stoke-on-Trent.

NUTTALL of Chasefield (H. Coll.). Or, on a pile sable,
between in base two roses gules, barbed and seeded
proper, a shacklebolt of the field. Mantling sable and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a Dalmatian hound

sejant proper, collared and chained, and resting the dexter
forefoot on a shacklebolt sable. Badge — A spray of hazel
fructed proper, enfiled with a circlet or. Motto — " Aut
nunquam tentes aut perfice."

Sons of Sir Edmund Nuttall, 1st Bart., b. 1870 ;
d. 1923 ; m. 1895, Ethel Christine, d. of Rev.
Frederick Lillington : —

Sir Edmund Keith Nuttall, 2nd Bart. '1922), of Chase-
field, Bowdon, Cheshire, b. 1901; m. i925,Gytha Prim-
rose, d. of Sydney Burgess, of Heathfield, Bowdon,
Cheshire. Seat — Chasefield, Bowdon, Cheshire. Res. —
Barnt Green House, Barnt Green, Worcs. ; Overdale,
Cuddington, Cheshire. Clubs — Constitutional, Clarendon

Clive Nuttall, Esq., b. 1907. Res. —

NUTTALL (Confirmed U.O. 28 June 1916 ; and H.
Coll.). Quarterly of 6 ; 1 and 6, argent, a shacklebolt sable
(for Nuttall) ; 2. or, on a fess indented azure, three fleurs-
de-lys of the field (for Barker); 3. ermine, on a fess gules,
three roses or (for Smithsby) ; 4. argent, three falcons

gules, belled or (for Falkiner) ; 5. or, a lien couchant and
thiee mullets in chief gules (for Spence). Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
martlet sable, charged on the breast with a shacklebolt
argent. Motto — " Serva jugum."

Son of Robert Kennedy Nuttall, b. 1815 ; d. 1881 ; m.

Magdalena, d. of John Parrott : —
George Henry Falkiner Nuttall, Esq., M.A., M.D. ,
Ph.D.,Sc.D., LL.D., F.R.S , Quick Professor of Biology,
University of Cambridge, Fellow of Magdalene Coll., Pro-
fessor and Doctor (Honoris) University of Strasbourg,
Comdr. Order of Leopold II., b. 1862 ; m. 1895, Paula, d.
of Kammerherr Hans von Oertzen-Kittendorf, of Mecklen-
burg, and has issue — George Robert Falkiner Nuttall,
Gentleman, M.A. (Cantab.), b. 1896 [m. 1924, Audrey
Mary, eld. d. of Col. Edward Andus Hirst, C.M.G.,
of Leeds] ; Winfred Lawrence Falkiner Nuttall, Gentleman,
D.F.C., M.A., Ph.D. (Cantab.), b. 1897 [m. 1927, his
cousin, Wanda Bathildis, eld. d. of Kammerherr Gustav
von Oertzen-Kittendorf] ; and Carmelita Magdalena A'ma
Falkiner [m. 1926, Claud Kenneth Hamilton, R.A.I. Res.
— Longfield, Cambridge.




NUTTALL (H. Coll.). Argent, a shacklebolt and a
chief dancett^e sable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest

— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-talbot argent, collared
sable, resting the sinister paw upon a shacklebolt as in the
arms. Motto — " Per avia via."

Eld. son of James Nuttall, Esq., J. P. co. Lancaster, of

Spring Cottage, Farnworth,^. 1836; d. 1912 ; m. 1869,

Sarah, only child of William Makant, Peak House,

Bolton :—

Tom Nuttall, Esq., Capt. (ret.) Royal Artillery (T.A.),

served Great War (despatches), Knight of Grace of the

Ven. Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in the

British Realm, b. 1876 ; m. 1904, Beatrice, d. of James

Wardle Brown, Esq., J. P., of Bolton, and has issue — (1)

Ronald Makant Nuttall, Gentleman, B.A. Cantab., b.

1906 ; (2) James Thomas Nuttall, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; (3)

Colin Gordon Nuttall, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; Kathleen

Muriel; and Joyce. Seat — Wardley Hall, Worsley,

Lancashire. Club — Constitutional (Manchester).

NUTTING. Chevrony of six gules and vert, three
gryphons segreant or, on a chief of the last as many nut-
branches, slipped proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-gryphon segreant
enclosed between two nut -branches proper. Motto —
"Mors potior macula." Livery — Green, red facings.

Sons of Sir John Gardiner Nutting, 1st Bart., High

Sheriff co. Dublin 1895-96, D.L. of city and co. of

Dublin, J. P. co. Dublin, b. 1852; d. 1918; m. 1879,

Mary Stansmore, dau. of Restel R. Bevis of Manor

Hill, Cheshire: —

Sir Harold Stansmore Nutting, 2nd Bart. (12 Jan.

'1903), formerly Capt. R.O. , late 17th Lancers, A.D.C. to

Governor-Gen. of Australia 1911-13, b. 1882; m 1913,

Enid Hester Nina, d. of Francis Berry Homan-Mulock

of Bellair, King's Co. , and has issue — John Victor Francis

Nutting, Esq., b. 1914 ; Edward Christian Frederick

Nutting, Esq., b. 1917 ; Harold Anthony Nutting, Esq , b.

1920. Seat — Quenby Hall, Leics. Res. — 9 Hertford

Street, Park Lane, W. ; The Cottage, Rolleston-on-Dove,

Staffs. Clubs— Turf, Cavalry, Carlton.

Arthur Ronald Stansmore Nutting, Esq., M.C. , late
Capt. Irish Gds. , served Great War (despatches, M.C.),
B.A. Trin. Coll., Cambridge, b. 1888 ; m. 1912, Edith
Allen, d. of Walter Brooks, New York. Res. — Castlenock
Lodge, co. Dublin.





OAKELEY(H. Coll.). Argent, on a fesse between three
crescents gules, as many fleurs-de-lys or. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a
dexter arm embowed in armour proper, charged with two
fleurs-de-lys or, each in a crescent gules, the hand holding a
scimitar also proper.

Sons of Sir Charles William Atholl Oakeley, 4th Bart ,

b. 1828; d. 1915 ; nt. 1st, i860, Ellen (d. 1895), only

child of John Meeson Parsons of Angley Park, nr-

Cranbrook ; 2nd, 1896, Elizabeth, widow of Hamilton

Goodall and d. of Harry W. Tuson : —

Sir Charles John Oakeley, 5th Bart. (5 June 1790), late

Capt. 4th Batt. Q.O. (Royal West Kent) Regt., J. P. co.

Kent, b. 1862: m. 1889, Emily, d. of Col. Andrew Green,

late Rifle Brigade, and has issue— Charles Richard Andrew

Oakeley, Esq., b. 1900 [tn. 1924, Audrey Fairless Dampier,

d. of Capt. Dampier Parker, of Heronden Hall, Tenterden,

Kent] ; Ellen Beatrice [m. 1st, 19 15, Capt. Guy William

Hopton, Berks. Regt. (killed in action 1915) ; 2nd, 1922,

Capt. LoraineMacgregor Kerr,M.C] ; and Emily Charlotte

Eileen [m. 1921, Ca| t. Wilfred Haig Loyd, of 36 Chester

Square, S.W.J. Res. — Frittemlen House, Staplehurst,


-Edward Francis Oakeley, Esq., J. P. Oxon., Major late
South Lanes. Regt., served in S. Africa 1899-1902, and
Great War 1914-19, b. 1870 ; m. 1899, Everilde, d. of late
Henry Beaumont of Grantham, and has issue — Edward
Atholl Oakeley, Gentleman, b. 1900 [m. 1922, Ethyl,
d. of T. O'Coffey, of Cork] ; Rowland Henry Oakeley,
Gentleman, b. 1909 ; Rosemary ; and Mary. Res. — The
Gables, Eynsham, Oxon.

H Herbert William Oakeley Esq., b. 1874; m. 1896, Cissy
Lilian Emily (mar. diss. 1900), d. of Joseph William Moore,
and has issue — Clifford Charles William Morland Oakeley,
Gentleman, b. 1897. Res. —

OAKES. Azure, on a chevron, between three falcons,
belled or, as many leopards' faces proper. Mantling azure
and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-

Sons of Col. Richard Francis Oakes, R.E. , b. 1831 ; d.
1901 ; tn. 1873, Emma Jane, ygst. d. of the late
Rev. Thomas John Trevenen, M.A., Vicar of St. Ewe,
near St. Austell, Cornwall :—
Richard Oakes, Esq., C.B.E., D.S.O., Col. R.E., Asst.

Dir. of Transportation at the War Office, served S. Africa

and Great War 1914 (despatches), b. 12 Mar. 1876; m.

1903, Caroline Mabel (d. 1904), yr. d. of Charles Trub-

shaw of Derby. Post. add. —

Thomas Trevenen Oakes, Gentleman, Lieut. The Buffs,

East Kent Regt., b. 13 Aug. 1880.
Francis Edward Oakes, Gentleman, b. 27 Feb. 1886.
Son of Sir Augustus Henry Oakes, Knt. Bach. (1905),
C. B. , Librarian and Keeper of the Papers at the
Foreign Office, b. 1839; d. 1919 ; tn. 1871, Jane Alice,
second d. of William Henry Cane, M.D., Surgeon R.
Elthorne Militia : —
Charles Seton Cosby Oakes, Esq., b. 1882; tn. 1906, Ger-

maine (div. 1913), only child of late Maurice Bourcard of

St. Nazaire, and has issue — Monica Mary Alice Bourcard

Cosby. Res. —

Sons of Lieut. -Col. Richard Montague Oakes, 22nd
Light Dragoons and 1st Life Guards, b. ; d. ;

m. , Sophia Charlotte, d. of Edward Fletcher of

Lime Grove, Putney ; 125 Park Street, Grosvenor
Square, and of Broadstairs : —
Montague Nevill Oakes, Gentleman, b. 1845. ^ es - —

The Elms, Chappel, Essex.

Alfred Ernest Oakes, Gentleman, b. 1847; tn, 1881,

Louisa Emma, eld. d. of Gen. George St. Peter Fooks.

Res.— The Cedars, Ramsbury, Wilts.

OAKES of Riddings (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1. gules, on
a chevron or, between three acorns leaved and slipped
proper, as many crosses patee sable (Oakes) ; 2. azure, three

leopard proper, gorged with an Eastern coronet or, in the
dexter paw a slip of oak of the first, acorned gold. Motto
— " Esse quam videri." Livery— Blue.

swords points upwards, argent, pommels and hilts or, on a
chief of the second, a lion rampant between two crescents
sable (Macklin); 3. the arms of Audouin-Lamb, viz.;
quarterly, i. and iiii., argent, on a pale or, four bendlets
sable (Audouin) ; ii. and iii. , gules, three holy lambs passant
argent, each bearing a banner of the second, charged wit h
a cross gules (Lamb); 4. the same arms of Audouin.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of an oak-tree fructed proper, two crosses
patee fessewise or. Motto — " Possunt qui posse videntur."





Sons of Gerard Roseingrave Oakes, Esq., J. P., Notts.,
late Major 3rd Batt. Derbyshire Regt., b. 1861 ; d. 1916 ;
m. 1892, Margaret Ethel, d. andh. of lateCapt. Edmund
Peel, 14th Hussars : —
Charles Audouin Macklin Oakes, Gentleman, b. 1907.

Res.— Felley Priory, Jacksdale, Nottingham.
James Haden Oakes, Gentleman, b. 1909.

Son of Charles Henry Oakes of Riddings, Alfreton, b.
1825; d. 1906; m. 1856, Georgina (d. 1913), d. and
co-heiress of Rev. Roseingrave Macklin of the Ward-
wick, Derby, Vicar of Chnstchurch, Derby:—
Charles Henry Oakes, Esq., J. P., Derby and Notts., b.

1863; m. 1894, Frances Catherine Balfour, d. of Rev.

John Balfour Clutterbuck of Newark, Glos. Seat— New

lands, Alfreton.

OAKES (H. Coll. ). Sable, on a fesse engrailed between
six slips of oak fructed or, three oak-leaves vert, a bordure
ermine. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a wreath of
the colours, on a mount vert, an oak-tree proper, fructed
gold, encircled by iron palisades also proper. Motto —
" Quercus robur salus patriae."

Sons of Rev. Orbell Plampin Oakes, b. 1824; d. 1881 ;
m. 1849, Julia, d. of Thomas Evans of Lyminster,
Sussex : —

Lt.-Col. Orbell Henry Oakes, late 1st Worcs. Regt.,
b. 1851 ; m. 1877, Laura Eliza Josephine, d. of George
Clifton, formerly R.N. ; and has had issue— (1) Henry
James Lionel Oakes, Gentleman, Lieut, late W. Riding
Regt., b. 1879 [m. 1909, Georgina Anne Emily, third d. ot
late Gen. William Craig Emilius Napier] ; (2) Orbell Oakes,
Esq., Capt. Yorks. Regt., b. 1880; killed in action 1915 ;
(3) George Clifton Oakes, Gentleman, b. 1889 [m. 1919,
Elizabeth Mary, d. of the late Col. W. F. Scudamore,
Suffolk Regt., and has issue— Orbell Ray Oakes, Gentleman,

b. 1920; Oakes, Gentleman, b. 1921 (Res. —

Njaro, Kenya Colony)] ; (4) Claude Robert Oakes, Gentle-
man, Lieut. R.A., b. 1897; killed in action 1916 ; Laura
Eva ; Maude Naylor ; Vera Albinia ; and Beryl Mignon
[m. 1918, Capt. R. B. Watkins, R. Tank Corps]. Seat—
Nowton Court, Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk. Club —
Junior Conservative.

Rev. Beilby Porteus Oakes, M.A. Camb., Rector of
Hawkedon, b. 1858 ; m. 1st, 1884, Maria Catherine (d.
1885), d. of Major C. Heigham ; and had issue — Maria
Heigham [m. 1910, Leland M. Dundas] ; 2nd, 1888, Ethel
Mary, d. of Harry Spencer Waddington of Cavenham Hall ;
and has further issue— (1) Montague Waddington Oakes,
Gentleman, b. 1889; (2) Nigel Beilby Oakes, Gentleman,
Lieut. Suffolk Regt., b, 1890; (3) John Beauchamp Oakes,
Gentleman, Lieut. Norfolk Regt., b. 1894 ; (4) Ralph Henry
Oakes, Gentleman, b. . Res. — The Rectory, Hawkedon,
Bury St. Edmund's.

OATES (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, two
bendlets engrailed azure, in chief a cock gules, a canton
ermine (for Oates) ; 2. argent, on a pile vert, three dexter
hands erected of the first (for Jolley) ; 3. gules, a lion ram-
pant, parted per fesse ermine and erminois, between two
roses, barbed and seeded proper (for Grace). Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a cubit arm in armour proper, charged with two bendlets
engrailed azure, the hand grasping a dirk, the point up-
wards also proper, pommel and hilt or. Motto — "Sua
dextra cuique."

Son of William Edward Oates, Gentleman, F. R.G.S.,

b. 1841 ; d. 1896 ; m. 1877, Caroline Annie, second d.

of late Joshua Buckton of West Lea, Meanwood : —

Bryan William Grace Oates, Gentleman, b. 1883 ; m,

1910, Alma Edith, eldest d. of Rev. Augustus George

Kirby, M.A., Vicar of South Weald, Brentwood, Essex ;

and has issue — (1) Edward Bryan Grace Oates, Gentleman,

b. 1912 ; (2) Arden George Grace Oates, Gentleman, b.

1914; (3) Robin Grace Oates, Gentleman, b. 191Q. Seat —

Meanwoodside, nr. Leeds, Yorks. Res. — Alton Hall,


OBRE (U.O.). Per pale or and vert, on a chevron a
fleur-de-lys between two trefoils slipped, allcounterchanged.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a wing displayed per pale argent and gules, charged
with a trefoil slipped vert. Motto — " J'espeYe."
Son of : —

Henry Obre\ Gentleman, b. . Res. — 28 Kensington

Court Mansions, London, S.W.

O'BRIEN of Borris in Ossory (U.O., 1849). Argent,
three lions passant per pale gules and azure, armed or,
a bordure vert. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, from a castle argent in flames, a
naked arm embovved grasping a sword proper. Motto —
" Lamh laidir an nachtar."

Sons of Timothy O'Brien, Esq., *. ; d. 1869; m.

i860, Mary, d. of Andrew Carew O'Dwyer of Orlagh,

Templeogue, co. Dublin : —
Sir Timothy Carew O'Brien, 3rd Bart. (25 Sept. 1849),
D.L. co. Cork, Lieut, late Derbysh. Yeo. Cav., formerly
Capt. 5th Batt. Roy. Irish Fus. , b. 1861 ; m. 1885, Gundrede
Annette Teresa, d. of Sir Humphrey de Trafford, 2nd
Bart. ; and has had issue— (1) Timothy John Aloysius
O'Brien, Esq., Lieut. R.¥.A.,b. 1892 ; killed in action 1916;

(2) Robert Rollo Gillespie O'Brien, Esq., b. 1901 [m. 1925,
Esther Ethel, d. of Norman Coghill, of Almington Hall,
Market Drayton (Club— Boodle's)] ; and eight daus. Seat
— Borris-in-Ossory, Queen's Co. Res. — 282 Earl's Court
Road, S.W. 5. Clubs— Boodle's, Hurlingham, Wellington,
Kildare Street (Dublin).

Edmond Lyons O'Brien, Esq., b. 1868; m. 1897, Audrey
Townshend, d. of late David Crawford of New York ; and
has issue — (1) John Edmond Noel O'Brien, Gentleman,
*. 1899 [m. 1928, Moira Violet, eld. d. of Capt. Robert
Bingham Brassey, Cottesbrooke Hall, Northants.] ; (2)
David Edmond O'Brien, Gentleman, b. 1902 [m. 1927,
Mary Alice, yngst. d. of the late Sir Henry Foley Grey,
Bt., and has issue — John David O'Brien, Gentleman, £. 1928] ;

(3) Edmond Robert O'Brien, Gentleman, b. 1904. Seat—
Lakefield, Fithard, co. Tipperary.

O'BRIEN (U.O. ), Gules, three lions passant guardant
in pale, per pale or and argent, on a chief of the second
three crosses patee fitchee sable. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, from a cloud,
a naked arm embowed, grasping a sword all proper, and
charged with a cross as in the arms. Motto — " Vigueur de

Son of : —

Rev. Francis Alexander O'Brien, M.A. (Oxon.), b.
Res. — Charwelton, Northamptonshire.

O'BRIEN (U.O.). Gules, three lions passant guardant
in pale, per pale or and argent, a chief of the second.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, an arm embowed, vested azure, brandishing a
sword argent, pommelled and hilted or, charged with a
fasces in pale proper. Motto — " Vigueur de dessus."

Sons of Jerome O'Brien, Gentleman, late 28th Regt.,
b. 1835; d. ; m. 1867, Elizabeth, d. of Robert

Clarke, Esq., of Bansha, J. P. : —
Torlogh O'Brien, Esq., J. P., D.L. co. Clare, b. 1868.
Seat — Bally nalacken Castle, Lisdoonvarna, co. Clare.
Clubs— Kildare Street (Dublin), St. George's Yacht (Kings-
James O'Brien, Gentleman, b. 1876. Res. —

O'BRIEN (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, three lions
passant guardant in pale, per pale or and argent (for
O'Brien) ; 2. argent, three piles, meeting in point, issuing
from the chief gules ; 3. or, a pheon azure. Mantling
gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, issuing
from a cloud, an arm embowed, brandishing a sword argent,
pommel and hilt or. Mottoes — Over the crest, "Lamh
laidir an uachtar" ; and " Vigueur de dessus."

Sons of Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Donough O'Brien, K.P. ,

14th Lord Inchiquin, b. 1839; d 1900; m. 1st, 1862,

Hon. Emily, d. of William Henry Ashe, 2nd Lord

Heytesbury ; and, 1874, Hon. Ellen White, d. of Luke,

2nd Lord Annaly, K.P. : —

Rt. Hon. Sir Lucius William O'Brien, 15th Baron of

Inchiquin (1 July 1543), Bart. (9 Nov. 1686), Rep. Peer for

Ireland, D.L. Clare (High Sheriff 1898), J. P. Salop,

formerly State Steward to Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, Member

of the Senate of Irish Free State, Hon. Col. Clare R.F.

Reserve Art., late Rifle Brigade, b. 1864; m. 1896, Ethel

Jane, d. and co-h. of Johnston J. Foster, J. P., of Moor

Park, Ludlow, and Cliffe Hill, Lightcliffe ; and has issue

— (1) Hon. Donough Edward Foster O'Brien, Lieut. Res.

of Officers late 1st Batt. the Rifle Bde. , served Great War

1916-19, A.D.C. to Viceroy of India 1919-20, has Order

of the Crown of Rumania, b 1897 [m. 1921, Hon. Anne

Molyneux Thesiger, d. of 1st Viscount Chelmsford, and has

issue — Deirdre Jane Frances ; and Grania Rachel (Res. —

3 Upper George Street, W. Clubs— Naval and Military,




R.A.C.)]; (2) Hon. Phadrig Lucius O'Brien, b. 1900; (3)
Hon. Fionn Myles Maryons O'Brien, 6. 1903 ; Hon. Kath-
arine Beryl ; Hon. Griselda Etheldreda Clodagh ; and Hon.
Finvola Helga Laetitia Monica. Seats — Dromoland, New-
market-on-Fergus, co. Clare ; Moor Park, Ludlow, Shrop-
shire. Res. — Miltown.Malbay, co. Clare- Clubs — Carlton,
Naval and Military, Kildare Street (Dublin).

Hon. Murrough O'Brien, D.S.O., M.V.O., Lt.-Col. late
Northumberland Fus., A.D.C. and Mil. Sec. to Lord-
Lieut, of Ireland 1902-5, Extra Equerry to H.R. H. Princess
Louise, Duchess of Argyll, 1912, b. 1866; m. 1906,
Marguerite, d. of the late William Lewis of New York,
U.S A. ; and has issue — Murrough Richard O'Brien, Esq.,
b. 1910 ; Edward Cecil O'Brien, Gentleman, b. 1915- Club
— Naval and Military.

Hon. Edward Donough O'Brien, late Lieut. 7th Brig.
South Irish Div. Roy. Art., J. P. Clare, b. 1867; m. 1899,
Lady Beatrice Mary Hare, d. of the Earl of Listowel ; and
has issue — Terence O'Brien, Esq., b. 1900 [in. 1928, Irene
Harle] ; and Enid Moira. Res. — Oakhill House, Oakhill,

Hon. Donough O'Brien, M.A., Barrister-at-Law (Inner
Temple), b. 1879; m. 1st, 1914, Patricia Alice Fedora (d.
1926), rJ. of John Dowdeswell; 2nd, 1928, Mrs. Rose
Ades. Res. — 2 Upper Berkeley Street, Port man Square,
W. Clubs— Bath, Royal Automobile.

Hon. Henry Barnaby O'Brien, M.C., Capt. late Irish
Gds., served Great War (despatches, M.C.), b. 1887 ; m.
1925, Lady Helen Baillie-Hamilton, d. of the late Brig.-
Gen. Lord Binning, C.B., M.V.O., and has issue— Desmond
Barnaby O'Brien, Esq., b. 1926. Res. — 6 Bryanston
Square, W. Club— Bath.

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