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of Prisons, Ireland, Commissioner of Control and
Inspector of Lunatic Asylums, Ireland, 1890; b. 1845;
d. 1911 ; m. 1876, Amy, d. of Charles Mayhew of
Chester Terrace, Regent's Park : —
Edward Harward Mayhew O'Farrell, Esq., Lieut. Roy.

Irish Fus., b. 1882. Post. add. —

— On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant gules, sup-


O'FFLAHERTIE of Lemonfield, co. Galway (recorded
U.O. by Narbon, Ulster, c. 1580). Argent, a lion gule ,
armed and langued azure, supporting a poleaxe or gallow-
glass axe azure, shafted sable. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lizard passant proper.
Motto — " Fortuna favit fortibus."

Sons of Rev. Theobald Richard O'Fflahertie of Lemon-
field, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of Capel, Dorking, Surrey,
b. 1818; d. 1894; m. 1848, Mary Ann 3 , d. of Capt.
John Scott, R.N.:—
John Purvis O'Fflahertie, Esq., J. P. co. Galway, b. 1849.
Seat — Lemonfield, co. Galway.

Theobald Bourke O'Fflahertie, Gentleman, b.
Res. —

George Fortescue O'Fflahertie, Gentleman, b.

OGILBY 01 Ardnargle (U.O.). Argent, a lion passant
guardant gules, between two crescents, one in chief and the
other in base azure. Mantling gules and argent. Crest

porting a tilting-spear entwined with a string of trefoils

Son of Robert Alexander Ogilby, Esq., J. P. and D.L.

(High Sheriff 1887), late Capt. 4th. Regt., b. 1850; d.

1902 ; m. 1875, Helen Sarah, d. of Rev. George

Bomford Wheeler, M.A. , Rector of Ballysax, co.

Kildare: —
Robert James Leslie Ogilby, Esq., J. P. and D.L. (High
Sheriff 191 1) co. Londonderry, Lt.-Col. late comdg. 2nd
London Scottish Regt. 1916-19, sometime Lieut. 4th (Roy.
Irish) Dragoon Gds., and Lieut. 2nd Life Gds. , b. 1880.
Seats — Ardnargle and Pellipar House, co. Londonderry ;
Moreton Hall, Moreton-Morrell, Warwick. Clubs —
Cavalry, Bachelors'.


OGILVIE (H. Coll.). Per fesse argent and sable, in
chief a cross engrailed of the second, and in base a lion
rampant ducally crowned or. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion
rampant sable, charged on the shoulder with a thistle
leaved and slipped and supporting a level with plummet
proper. Motto — " Tout jour."

Fifth son of A. Ogilvie, of Sizewell Hall, Leiston,
Suffolk, b. 1812; d. 1886; m. 1841, Margaret,
d. of Albinus Martin, C.E. : —
Glencairn Stuart Ogilvie, Esq., J. P. Surrey, B.A.
(Oxon. ),, Inner Temple, High Sheriff
co. Suffolk, 1917-18, b. 1858 ; m. 1st, 1881, Helen Emme-
line {d. 1926), d. of the late Septimus Davidson, of
Aldeburgh, Suffolk ; 2nd, 1927, Catherine Elizabeth, d.
of the late Rev. Richard Hill, M.A., of Tinsbury, Somer-
set ; and has had issue — Alexander Walter Ogilvie, Gentle-
man, b. 1882, served Great War [m. 1908, Hanna Anne, d.
of Maj. Richter; d.ot wounds 1918, leaving issue — Alex-
anderStuart Ogilvie, Gentleman, b. 1914] ; SholtoStuart
Ogilvie, Esq., D.S.O. (2 Bars), Lieut-.Col. served Great
War, Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, b. 1884 [m. 1910,
Gladys Mina, d. of Mortimer Rooke ; and has issue —
Glencairn Sholto Ogilvie, Gentleman, b. 191 r; Bruce
Mortimer Ogilvie, Gentleman, b. 1916] ; Christine
Marjorie. Seat — Sizewell Hall, Leiston, Suffolk. Club—




OGILVIE (H. Coll.). Argent, gutt£e-de-poix, a lion
passant guardant gules, holding in the dexter paw a trident
in bend sinister or, in chief a chaplet of roses also gules,
and in base a portcullis sable. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant gules,
charged on the shoulders with an anchor gold, gorged with
a chaplet of roses argent, holding in the dexter fore-paw a
plumb-rule erect proper, and resting the dexter hind-paw
on a saltire or. Motto — " Toujours."

Sons of Hon. Edward David Stewart Ogilvie, M.L.C. ,

New South Wales, Australia, b. 1814; d. 1896; m.

1st, 1858, Theodosia Isabella (d. 1886), d. of the Rev.

William de Burgh, D.D., of Sandymount, near

Dublin :—
William Frederick Ogilvie, Gentleman, *. 1862 ; m. 1888,
Ethel Maude, second d. of Graham Mylne of Etonswill,
Clarence River, and granddau. of Thomas Mylne of Mylne
Field, Perthshire; and has issue, a dau. Res.— Yulgilbar,
Clarence River, New South Wales.

Edward David Ogilvie, Gentleman, b. 1867.

OGILVIE-GRANT (L.O., 1824, rematric. 19).
Quarterly, 1 and 4, grand quarters, quarterly i. and iiii. ,
argent, a lion passant guardant gules, crowned with an
imperial crown or; ii. and iii. , argent, a cross engrailed
s able (for Ogilvie) ; 2 and 3, grand quarters, gules, three
antique crowns or (for Grant). Supporters (of the Earldom
of Seafield)— On the dexter side a lion rampant guardant
or, armed gules, and on the sinister a savage, a naked
man bearing upon his shoulder a club proper, and wreathed
about the head and middle with laurel vert.

Only child of Rt. Hon. Sir James Ogilvie-Grant, rrth
Earl of Seafield, 30th Chief of Clan Grant, D.L. cos.
Banff, Elgin, and Inverness, Capt. 3rd Batt. Q.O.
Cameron Highlanders, b. 1876; d. 1915; m. 1898,
Mary Elizabeth Nina, d. of late Joseph Henry Town-
end, M.D., J. P., of Christchurch, N.Z. :—
Rt. Hon. Nina Caroline Ogilvie Grant, Countess of Sea-
field (1701), Viscountess Reidhaven and Baroness Ogilvy
of Deskford and Cullen, and Viscountess Seafield and
Baroness Ogilvy of Cullen (1698), b. 1906. Seats— Cullen
House, Banffshire; Castle Grant, Grantown, Morayshire;
and Balmaccan, Inverness-shire.

OGILVY (L.O.). Argent, a lion passant guardant
gules, crowned with an imperial crown and collared with
an open one, both proper, Mantling gules, doubled
ermine. Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a female
from the waist upwards, holding a portcullis. Supporters
—Two bulls sable, unguled and horned vert, with garlands
of flowers about their necks. Motto—' ' A fin."

Son of David William Stanley Ogilvy, 8th Earl of Airlie,

D.L. co. Forfar, Lt.-Col. 12th Lancers, 4th class

Medjidie, Hon. Col. 3rd Vol. Batt. Black Watch, b.

1856; killed in action 1900; m 1886, Lady Mabell

Frances Elizabe h Gere, ., G.B.Ed., of the 5th Earl of

Arran : —

Rt. Hon. David Lyulph Gore Wolseley Ogilvy, M.C. ,

gth Earl of Airlie (2 April 1639), Baron Ogilvy of Airlie (28

April 1 49 1 ) and Baron Ogilvy of Alyth and Lintrathen, Capt.

Reserve 10th Hussars, Col.comdg. 4/5 The Black Watch

(T.F.), Lord in Waiting to the King since 1926, a

representative Peer for Scotland, served Great War 1914-18

(despatches, M.C), b. 1893; m. 1917. Lady Alexandra

Marie Bridget Coke , d. of 3rd Earl of Leicester, and has issue

—David George Coke Patrick Ogilvy, cemmonly called

Lord Ogilvy, b. 1926 ; Hon. Angus James Brisco Ogilvy, b.

1928 ; Lady Victoria Jean Marjorie ; Lady Margaret Helen

Isla Marion ; and Lady Grizelda Davina Roberta. Seats

— Cortachy Castle, and Airlie Castle, Forfarshire; and

Tulchan Lodge, Glenisla, N.B. Clubs— Bath, Turf.


OGILVY-DALGLEISH (L.O. matric. 5 Dec. 1928;
registered H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a tree
eradicated fesswise vert, between three pheons azure
(Dalgleish) ; 2 and 3, counter-quartered ; i. and iiii. argent,
a lion passant guardant gules (Ogilvy) ; ii. and iii. or, three
crescents gules (Edmonstone) ; over all, dividing the coats,
a cross engrailed sable (Sinclair). Mantling vert, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, the stump of an
oak-tree sprouting cut branches and leaves proper. Motto
(in an escrol above) — " Revirescam." Supporters— On a
compartment below the shield, two lions rampant or, ai med

and langued gules, each charged on the shoulder with a
pheon point downwards azure.

Only son of James Ogilvy-Dalgleish, Esq., late Capt.

29th Regt., of Wokingham, Berks., b. 1846 ; d. 1922 ;

m. 1875, Mary Rutter, d. of Andrew Carden, Esq., of

Barnane, co. Tipperary : —
James William Ogilvy-Dalgleish, Esq., Lt.-Col. R.A.F.
(ret.), b. 1888 ; m. 1916, Sybil Guinevere Butler, d. of Myles
Kennedy, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Stone Cross, Ulverston,
Lancashire, and has issue — Joan ; and Elizabeth Mary.
Res. — Warren Lodge, Finchampstead, Berks.

J. P. co. of Southampton, D.L. for the Isle of
Wight, Barrister-at-Law, LL.B., F.S.A. ; assumed the
surname and arms of Oglander by Royal Licence 1895
in pursuance of the will of Sir Henry Oglander, Bart.,
of Nunwell. Born March 7, 1847, being the second
son of the late William Anthony Glynn of Fairy Hill,
Isle of Wight, by his wife Ann, dau. of J. Goodall.
Armorial bearings— Azure, a stork between three cross
crosslets fitchee or (R.L. 1895. Arms originally con-
firmed by Camden Clarenceux ; paternal descent, Glynn.
Arms allowed (Vn. of Cornwall, 1580; Ped. H. Coll.), and
upon an escutcheon of pretence the arms of Somerset,
namely, quarterly, 1 and 4, France ; 2 and 3, England ;
all within a bordure compony argent and azure, a cres-
cent upon a martlet for difference. Mantling azure and
or. Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, a bear's head
or, couped, langued, and mouth embrued gules. Motto—
" Servare munia vitae." Livery— Dark blue, brass buttons
Married, May 20, 1879, Florence, younger dau. and
co-heir of Arthur Edward Somerset, Gentleman,
Barrister and Steward of the Savoy (second son of Lord
Arthur John Henry Somerset, fifth but fourth surviving
son of the Most Noble Henry, 5th Duke of Beaufort,
K.G.) ; and died 1924 having had Issue— (1) Denys Arthur
Glynn, b. Feb. 27 ; d. April 10, 1883 ; and Florence Joan
Gertrude Glynn [m. 1st, 1904, Capt. Auberon C. Hegan
Kennard (whom she divorced 1919) ; 2nd, 1927, Brig.-
Ger. C. F. Aspinall-Oglander, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.
(who assumed the name of Oglander 1927)]- Seats—
Nunwell Brading and Fairy Hill, St. Helen's, both in the Isle
of Wight.

OGLE of Worthy (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4,
arg«nt, a fesse between three crescents gules, on the
fesse a crescent on a mullet for difference (Ogle) ; 2
and 3, or, an orle azure (Bertram). Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an
heraldic antelope's head erased argent, tufted, maned
and attired gules, differenced as the arms. Motto—
" Prenez en gre." Livery — Drab, with red facings.
Onlj surv. son of Gen. Sir Edmund Ogle, 6th




Bart, of Worthy, b. 1816 ; d. 1887 ; m. 1842.

Catherine Beverley (d. 1917), d. of Henry Hill, of

Bradninch House, Cullompton, Devon : —

Sir Edmund Ashton Ogle, 8th Bart., of Worthy,

Hants. (14 Mar. 1816), Lieut.-Col. (ret.) E. Yorks. Regt.,

served S. Africa (despatches) ; b. 1857 ; s. his brother

as 8th Bart. 1921. Res. — Villa Susanne, San Remo,

Italy. Club — United Service.

OGLE of Kirkley (H Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4,
argent, on a fesse between three crescents gules, a mullet
of the field (Ogle) ; 2 and 3, azure, an orle argent
(Bertram). Mantling - gules and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, an heraldic antelope's head erased
argent, tufted, maned, and attired gules, charged with a
mullet. Motto — " Prenes en gr6. "

Son of Newton Charles Ogle, Esq., D. L. and J. P.

(High Sheriff 1909) for Northumberland, b. 1850; d.

1912; m. 1st, 1895, Lady Lilian Denison (d. 1899),

second d. of the 1st Earl of Londesborough: —
John Francis Chaloner Ogle, Gentleman, b. 1898. Seat
— Kirkley Hall, near Newcastle-on-Tyne, Northumber-
land. Res. — 10 York Buildings, Adelphi, W.C. 2. Clubs —
Turf, Travellers'.

O'GRADY (Arms confd. to descendants of 1st Visct'
Guillamore only, and Supporters Granted, 10 Jan. 1831.
U.O. ). Per pale gules and sable, three lions passant
guardant, in pale per pale argent and cr, the centre
lion charged on the side with a portcullis azure. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a horses head erased argent, charged with a portcullis
azure. Motto — " Vulneratus non victus."

Son of Hugh Hamon Massy O'Grady, b. 1825 ; d.

1859 ; m. 1857, Zillah Selina Maria, d. of William

Henry Hutchinson of Rockforest, co. Tipperary : —
Rt. Hon. Hugh Hamon Massy O'Grady, 7th Viscount
Guillamore of Cahir Guillamore and Baron O'Grady (Irel.,
28 Jan. 1 831) [Supporters — Two liens guardant, per fesse
argent and or, each charged on the shoulder with a port-
cullis azurej, formerly Major 1st Batt. Royal Sussex Regt.,
b. i860; m. 1890, Mary Margaret Frances, d. ol Vere
Hunt, Esq., J. P. of High Park, co. Tipperary, and has
issue — Hon. Kathleen Gertrude. Seat — Castle Garde,
Pallasgreen, co. Limerick.

Sons of James Walter O'Grady, Esq., J. P., Lieut.

R.N. of Rathfredagh, b. 1832; d. 1898; m. 1865, Ada,

sister of Sir W. C. Bruce, 9th Bart. : —
Richard O'Grady, Gentleman, b. 1867. Seat— Rath-
fredagh, Newcastle West, co. Limerick.

Capt. Standish Bruce O'Grady, late 5th Batt. Royal
Munster Fus. , b. 1869. Res.

O'Grady of Carnelly (Confn. U.O. ). Quarterly, 1 and

4, per pale gules and sable, three lions passant in pale

per pale argent and or (O'Grady) ; 2 and 3, argent, a lion

passant azure (Stamer). Mantling gules and argent.

Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a horse's head erased

sable, maned or (O'Grady) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,

a stag's head erased proper, attired or (Stamer). Motto as

above. Lively — Black, with red facings, silver buttons.

Sons of Edward Stamer O'Grady, M.A. , Surgeon,

M.R.I. A., b. 1837; d. 1897; m. 1873, Minnie, d. ot

John Bishop of Galbally, co. Limerick, and Kinsale, co.

Cork : —

Edward Stamer O'Grady, Esq. B.A., Capt. late 3rd

Buffs, b. 1874. Seat — Clenagh, co. Clare. Res. — 49 Fitz-

william Square, Dublin. Club — Kildare Street (Dublin).

Guillamore O'Grady, Esq., Dublin Herald of Arms of
the Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick, M.A. (Trin. Coll.,
Dub.), Barr.-at-Law, Maj. (ret.) South Irish Horse, b. 1879.
Estates — Carnelly, co. Clare ; Ballybeley, co. Limerick.
Res. — 49 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin. Clubs — Kildarj Street
(Dublin), Royal St. George Yacht (Kingstown), Irish
Automobile (Dublin).

O'GRADY of KilbalLowen (U.O.). Per pale gules and
sable, three lions passant in pale, per pale argent and or.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, a horse's head erased sable, maned or. Motto —
" Vulneratus non victus."

Son of William de Courcy O'Grady of Kilballyowen,
M.A. Dublin, b. 1816 ; d. 1873 ; m. 1841, Anna Grogan,
(d. 1895), only d. of Thomas De Rinzy of Clobemon
Hall, D.L. co. Wexford:—

William de Rienzi O'Grady, Esq., "The O'Grady,"
Chief of his name, b. 1852. Seat — Kilballyowen, nr.
Bruff, co. Limerick.

Sons of Standish de Courcy O'Grady, Capt. late 64th
Regt.,£. 1829; d. 1901 ; m. 2nd, 1871, Isabella, d. of
Rev. William Shepherd : —

Major Standish de Courcy O'Grady, R.A.M.C, b. ;

m. 1911, Esther Alice, only d. of Col. Philip Doyne Vigors
of Holloden, co. Carlow. Res. —

Brig.-Gen. Henry de Courcy O'Grady, C.I.E., Col.
Indian Army, Brig.-Gen. (ret.) served N.W. Frontier India
1902-8, 3rd Afghan War and Great War 1914-19, b. 1873;
m. 1908, Annie Sybil, gd. of Col. D. A. Macpherson of
Pickford, Ticehurst, Sussex. Res. — Laddingford Croft,
Yalding, Kent. Club — United Service.

Major Donal de Courcy O'Grady, D.S.O., L. R.C.P. ,
L.R.C.S., Major (ret.), R.A.M.C, served Great War
(despatches, D.S.O., Croix de Guerre), b. 1881. Res.—

OGSTON (L.O., 1876) Argent, three mascles sable,
on a chief of the second two lions passant of the first
armed and langued gules. Mantling gules, doubled argent.

Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a lion as in the arms
Motto, " Vi et animo. "

Eld. son of Alexander Milne Ogston, Esq., of Ardoe,
J. P. and D.L. co. Kincardine and co. of city of Aber-
deen, b. 1836 ; d. 1926 ; m. 1872, Katherine Anne
Mitchell (d. 1909), dau. of Charles Moray Hill Rennie
of Aberdeen : —
Alexander Gordon Ogston, Esq., of Ardoe, Capt. late 1st
Aberdeenshire Vol. Art., J P. Kincardineshire, b. 1875;
m. 1906, Violet, d. of William Leslie of Fairgirth,
Aberdeenshire ; and has issue — Emily Leslie. Estates
in the co. of Kincardine ; and Ardoe. Postal address — Ardoe
House, near Aberdeen. Club — Royal Northern (Aber-

D.L. co. Aberdeen, M.D., LL.D. , and Prof, of Surgery in
the Univ. of Aberdeen, Surgeon in Ordinary to Her late
Majesty Queen Victoria, and Hon. Surgeon in Scotland to
the King, Hon. Col. of the R.A.M.C. Highland Territorial
Div. Born 1844, being eldest son of the late Francis Ogston,
M.D. , Emeritus Professor of Medical Jurisprudence in the
University of Aberdeen, and his wife Amelia, dau. of Alex-
ander Cadenhead, Advocate in Aberdeen. Armorial bear-
ings (L.O. , 18 April 1876)— Argent, three mascles sable,
on a chief of the last two lions passant of the first, armed and
langued gules, a bordure of the last for difference. Mant-
ling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his.




liveries, a lion passant argent, armed and langued gules.
Motto — " Vi et animo." Married, firstly, Sept. 25, 1867,
Mary Jane Hargrave, dau. of James Hargrave (Hudson Bay
Co. 's Service), d. Dec. 1873; and secondly, 1877, Isabella
{d. Feb. 28, 1913), dau. of James Matthews of Springhill,
and late Lord Provost of Aberdeen ; and has had Issue of
first marriage — (1) Francis Hargrave Ogston, Esq., b.
1869, Trooper Imperial Light Horse, killed in action in the
Transvaal, April 17, 1901 ; (2) Walter Henry Ogston,
Esq. , O. B. E. , b. 1873 \_m. 1909, Josephine Elizabeth Carter] ;
and two daus. ; by second marriage (3) Alfred James Ogston,
H.M. Consul, Brest, d. 1920; (4) Alexander Lockhart
Ogston, Esq., Capt. R.G.A., d. on active service in Great
War ; (5) Rannald Frederick Logie Ogston, Esq., Stock-
broker, b. 1889 [m. 1919, Olive, d. of J. English of Lurgan] ;
and three daus. Estate — Glendavan, Aberdeenshire.
Residence — 252 Union Street, Aberdeen. Club — Junior

JAMES OGSTON, Esquire, Colonel (ret.) 1st Aber-
deenshire Volunteer Artillery, J. P. and D. L. for co. Aber-
deen. Born May 29, 1845, being the second son of Alex-
ander Ogston of Ardoe, Kincardineshire, and his wife,
Elliot, ne'e Lawrance. Armorial bearings— Argent, three
mascles sable, on a chief two lions passant of the first,
armed and langued gules, in the middle chief point a cres-
cent also of the first, for difference. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a lion as in the
arms ; and in an escroll over the same this Motto, " Vi et
animo." Married, Oct. 7, 1875, Anne Leslie Jamieson.
Seat — Kildrummy, Aberdeenshire. Clubs — Arts', Royal
Northern (Aberdeen), Scottish Conservative (Edinburgh).


C.M.G. , formerly of Adelaide, South Australia, Sec. to the
Royal Colonial Institute, Northumberland Avenue, London.
Born March 28, 1842, being the eldest son of Capt. William
Littlejohn O'Halloran of the 38th Regiment of Foot, late
Auditor-General of South Australia, by his wife Eliza
Minton, dau. of John Montague Smyth of Cork. Ar-
morial bearings — Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, a castle
of two towers with a curtain wall and portal approach-
ment by three steps argent, standing on a mound vert,
on which is inscribed the word " Hurrehurpore " gold,

n chief a sword and an Indian sabre in saltire proper,
pommels and hilts or, surmounted by an Eastern crown of
the last (for O'Halloran); 2 and 3, gules, a horse passant
argent, on grass proper, caparisoned azure, bridled and
saddled or, on a chief of the second three mullets pierced
of the third (for O'Halloran, ancient), over all a cross of
pearls proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crests — 1.

or augmentation, out of an Eastern crown or, an arm in

armour proper, garnished gold, the hand in a gauntlet also
proper, grasping a flagstaff, therefrom flowing a standard
azure, charged with a monkey statant also or, motto over,
" Purswarrie ; " 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a lizard
passant or, motto over, "Clan Fergail a-boo." Motto —
" Lothim agus marbhaim " (I wound and I kill). Married,
Aug. 17, 1886, Alice Mary, dau. of the late Henry Simpson
of Ridge Park, Adelaide.

O'HARA (R.L., 27 Nov. i860, U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and
4, vert, on a pale radiant or, a lion rampant sable (O'Hara) ;
2 and 3, gules, on a bend between six lions rampant or,
a crescent sable (Cooper). Mantling vert and or. Crests

— 1. upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant
ermine, holding between the paws a chaplet of oak-leaves
proper. Motto over — " Laimh nah Saris" (O'Hara); 2.
upon a wreath of the colours, a man's bust in profile, couped
at the shoulders proper, on the head an Irish crown or, and
charged on the neck with a crescent sable. Motto over —
" Vincit amor patriae" (Cooper). Motto — " Virtute et

Sons of Charles William O'Hara, Esq., of Annaghmore
and Cooper's Hill, co. Sligo, J. P. and D.L. , M.P. co.
Sligo 1859-1865 (High Sheriff 1849), b. 1817 ; d. 1898 ;
m. 1858, Annie Charlotte, eld. d. of Richard Shuttle-
worth Streatfeild of The Rocks, Uckfield, Sussex : —

Rt. Hon. Charles Kean O'Hara, O.B.E., P.C. Irish Free
State, H.M.'s Lieutenant and Custos Rot. for co. Sligo,
late Major 3rd York and Lancaster Regt., b. i860. Seat —
Annaghmore, Colloney, co. Sligo. Clubs — Junior Consti-
tutional ; Kildare Street (Dublin), Roy. St. George Yacht
(Kingstown), County (Sligo), Roscommon County (Boyle).

Arthur Cooper O'Hara, Esq., D.L., J. P. co. Sligo (High
Sheriff 1903), b. 1862. Seat — Cooper's Hill, Riverstown,
Ballymote, co. Sligo.

Richard Edward O'Hara, Gentleman, b. 1863. Res.
Glenelg, Queensland, Australia.

Alexander Perceval O'Hara, Gentleman, b. 1871. Res. —
Chicago, U.S.A.

Frederick William O'Hara, Esq., formerly J. P. (High
Sheriff 1911) co. Sligo and co. Down, b. 1875; m. 1903,
Muriel Helen Isabella Rice, d. of Francis Blackburne Henn
of Paradise, Ennis, co. Clare ; and has issue — (1) Donal
Frederick O'Hara, Gentleman, b. 1904; (2) Francis Cooper
O'Hara, Gentleman, b. 1906; (3) Kean William O'Hara,
Gentleman, b. 1912. Res. — Cultibar, Coolaney, co. Sligo.
Club— County (Sligo).

Erril Robert O'Hara, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O., Lt.-Col.
Army Service Corps, Chief Instructor R.A.S.C. Training
Coll. 1922-25, served S. Africa 1900-02, Somaliland
1903-4, and Great War, A.G.M.G. 1916-17, b. 1879; m.
1911, Morveen, yst. d. of Capt. William Bond of Newton




Bond, co. Longford ; and has issue-

-O'Hara, Gentle-

man, b. 1912. Address — c/o Lloyds Bank, 15 Cheapside,
E.C. Club — Jun. Army and Navy.

O'HEA (Confirmed U.O.). Argent, a dexter arm fess-
ways, couped below the elbow vested gules, thehand grasping
a sword erect entwined with a serpent descending all proper,
in chief three antique crowns of the second. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
knight in complete armour the vizor up resting his dexter
hand on his sword point downwards, with his sinister hand
on his hip, his legs entwined by a serpent all proper, on his
helm three plumes gules. Motto — " Serva jugum."

Third son of John O'Hea, Gentleman, of Wimbledon,

and Kilbrittain, Bandon, and Mary Frances, d. of

John Harrison, of Theale, Berks. : —

James Joseph O'Hea, Esq., Lt.-Col. late 2nd Life Gds.,

and The King's Regt., b. 1889; m. 1922, Lucv Bertram,

C.B.E., J. P., only d. of the late Capt. A. Cunningham,

R. H.A., and widow of Sir Arthur Markham, istBt. Res. —

Thatched Cottage, Sindlesham, Berks. ; 28 Westbourne

Terrace, W.2. Clubs — Brooks's, Guards'.

OHLSON of Scarborough (H. Coll.). Argent, on waves
of the sea a steamship proper, on a chief azure three
fir-trees eradicated also proper. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
sun in splendour proper, a motor wheel sable. Badge — A
carnation leaved and slipped proper, enfiled by a circlet
or. Motto—" Alteri si tibi."

Son of the late Anders Ohlson, of Fellinsbro,
Sweden : —

Sir Erik Olaf Ohlson, 1st Bart. (1920), Knt. Bach.
(1915), b. 1873; m. 1906, Jennie, d. of Joseph Blakeley ;
and has issue — Eric James Ohlson, Esq., b. 1911 ; Gerald
Thomas Ohlson, Esq., b. 1917 ; Olga Gerda Erica. Seat
— Belvedere, Scarborough. Clubs — Junior Army and
Navy, British Empire.

OHLSSON (H. Coll., 9 Oct. 1924). Barry of six
argent and gules, on a pile sable, two garbs in chief or,
and a Maltese cross in base of the first. Mantling gules

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