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and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a
rock proper, a demi-lion regardant gules, holding between
the paws a sun in splendour or. Motto — " Carpe diem."

Son of Anders Ohlsson, sometime Consul-General for

Sweden and Norway, for S. Africa, b. 1841 ; d.

1912 ; m. 1870, Isabella, d. of John Henry, of Cape

Town, S. Africa : —
Olof Axel Ohlsson, Gentleman, formerly Vice-Consul
for Sweden and Norway, for S. Africa, b. 1873 ; m.
1st, 1906, Ethel Temple (d. 1918), d.of Senator the Hon.
Arthur John Fuller; 2nd, 1921, Elizabeth Balfour, d. of
John Macalister Symington, Paisley, co. Renfrew, and has



issue — Neill Anders Fuller Ohlsson, Gentleman, b. 1907 ;
Rae Fuller Ohlsson, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; Rana ; and
Nancy. Res. — The Castle, Kowie West, Cape Province,
S. Africa ; Carthon, Troon, Ayrshire. Clubs — Overseas,
Civil Service (Cape Town), Albany (Grahamstown).

O'KEEFE, see LANIGAN-O'KEEFE.

JOHN APPLEYARD O KELLY, Esquire, of Gurtray,
co. Galway, J. P. BornDec. 21, 1848, being the third but
eldest surviving son of Ambrose Patrick O' Kelly of Gurtray,
J. P. cos. Galway and Roscommon, by his wife Theresa,
dau. of Walter Joyce of Mervue, succeeded his brother in
1877. Armorial bearings — Azure, two lions rampant com-
batant argent, chained or, supporting a tower triple-turretted
of the second. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Upon
a wreath of the colours, an enfield vert. Motto — " Turris
fortis mihi Deus." Married, Oct. 12, 1886, Mary, dau. of
Count O' Byrne of Allardstown, co. Louth, and Corville,
Roscrea ; a.ndha.s Issue — (1) John DominickO' Kelly, Gentle-
man, b. Aug. s, 1887; (2) Ambrose Alexander O' Kelly,
Gentleman, b. Aug. 23, 1888; (3) Gerald Edward O' Kelly,
Gentleman, b. March 11, 1890; (4) Joseph Henry O' Kelly,
Gentleman, b. Jan. 4, 1892; (5) Raphael Patrick O' Kelly,
Gentleman, b. Sept. 16, 1893; (6) Alban Brendan O' Kelly,
Gentleman, £. Oct. 17, 1896; (7) Donal Patrick 0' Kelly,
Gentleman, b. 1901. Seat— Gurtray, Portumna, co. Galway.

OKEOVER of Okeover (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4,
ermine, on a chief gules, three bezants (Okeover) ; 2 and 3,
per pale indented argent and sable ( Atloe). Mantling gules
and argent. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the colours, an
oak tree proper ; 2. (Gtd. by Patent to ancient arms 1585,
H. Coll.) on a wreath of the colours, a demi-wyvern ermine,
langued gules, issuing out of a coronet or. Motto — " Esto
vigilans. "

Son of Haughton Charles Okeover, Esq., J. P. Stafford,
Derby, and D. L. for co. Warwick, High Sheriff co.
Derby 1862, b. 1825 ; m. 1859, Hon. Eliza Anne Caven-
dish, eldest d. of Rt. Hon. Henry Manners Cavendish,
3rd Lord Waterpark, of Doveridge Hall, Derby: —
Haughton Ealdred Okeover, Esq., J. P., late Capt. 4th
N. Midland Ammunition Col., late Lieut. 7th King's Royal
Rifle Corps, b. 1875 • *►. *922, Anne Wilberforce , d. of the
late Joseph Simpson, of Mayfield, Staffs. Seat — Okeover
Hall, Ashbourne, co. Derby. Club — Arthur's.

OLD (H. Coll.). Per chevron lozengy argent, sable and
vert, in base a lion sejant guardant or. Mantling "sable
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a Zanziba







fawn grey suni antelope sejant proper, resting the sinister
fore-leg on an escutcheon lozengy as in the arms.

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Merryn, Cornwall, m. 1868, Mary Ashman, d. of
R. Hudson, Supervisor of Excise, Gloucester : —
Joseph Edgar Sydney Old, Esq., M.D. (Brux.)
M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), L.S.A. (Lond.) ,
Medical Officer, Colonial Service, Capt. (ret.) Nyasa
Rhodesian Field Force, b. 1869 ; m. , and

has with other issue — John Carnevas Wolde Old, Gentle-
man, b. 1925. Estate — Carnevas, Cornwall. Seat —
Rowton Park, Makungwa, Limbi, Nyasaland.

OLDFIELD (H. Coll.). Per fesse embattled erminois
and ermine, on a pile vert, three garbs proper. Mantling




vert and or. Crest — Out of a mural crown gules, a garb,
thereon a dove, holding in the beak three ears of wheat all
proper. Mottoes — "Vigilo"; " Paxet copia." Livery —
Dark green, yellow facings.

Sons of Major-Gen. Richard Oldfield, Col. Commandant

R.A. , b. 1830; d. 1912 ; m. 1st, 1858, Emma (d. 1885),

d. of Joseph Hodge; 2nd, 1889, Helen, d. of William

Christie : —

Maj.-Gen. John Rawdon Hodge Oldfield, C.B., R.M.

(ret.)., served Egypt 1882, and Great War 1914-19, b. 1859.

Res. — Norman House, Westbourne, Emsworth, Hants.

Humphrey Oldfield, Esq., Lt.-Col. R. M. (ret.), served
Egyptian Campaign 1897, has Order of Medijie (3rd class),
b. 1867. Res.—

^Arthur Radulphus Oldfield, Esq., D.S.O., Col. (ret.),
R*. A. O. C. , late R. A. , served Great War 1914-18 (despatches),
b. 1872; m. 1899, Muriel, d. of Col. Charles Conway
Gordon , The Cameron Highlanders. Res. — Oldfield Lawn
Riverside. Wraysbury, Bucks.

Richard William Oldfield, Esq., D.S.O., M.C. (2 bars),
Major- Brev. Lt.-Col. R. A., served Great War 1914-18 (des-
patches), b. 1891 ; m. 1914, Beatrix Albinia, d. of the late
Lt.-Col. E. E. Wherry, F.R.C.S. Res.— 12 Bentley Road,
Cambridge.

OLDFIELD (H. Coll.). Or, on a bend inverted, plain
cottised gules, between two catherine-wheels sable, three
crosses pat£e fitch^e argent. Mantling gules and or.
Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-eagle dis-
played argent, wings sem£e of crosses pat6e fitch^e gules,
in front thereof a demi-catherine-wheel sable. Motto —
" In Deo tutamen." Livery — Drab, and red facings.

Son of Henry Elliott Oldfield, Esq. (eld. son of Sir
Richard Oldfield— see below), Major R.A., b. 1858;
d. 1900 ; m. 1894, Grace, only child of Robert
Willis :—
John Anthony Oldfield, Esq., late Lieut. Coldstream
Gds., b. 1899. Res. —

Son of Sir Richard Charles Oldfield, Knight Bachelor
(1889), Judge High Court of Judicature, Allahabad,
India, b. 1828 ; d. 1918 ; m. 1854, Maria S. (d. 1885),
d. of Major Frederick Angelo : —



Christopher George Oldlield, Esq., C.M.G., C.B.E., Col.
(ret.) R.A., b. Feb. 28, 1863; m. 1887, Margaret, d. of J.
Le Bailly, of Jersey, and has had issue — Guy Christopher
Oldfield, Lieut. R. W. Surrey Regt., b. 1888 ; killed in
action 1914 ; and Dorothy [m. 1916, Percy Esdaile(rf. 1926)).
Res. — 10 Upper Maze Hill, St. Leonards. Club — East
Sussex.

Son of the late Major-Gen. Henry Thomas Oldfield, by
his wife Maude Douglas Maitland, third d. of Charles
Lionel Maitland Kirwan, of Gelston Castle, co. Kirk-
cudbright: —
Rev. Henry Douglas Oldfield, M.C, Chaplain to the
Forces, b. 1880 ; m. 1930, Caroline Maude, d. of Robert
Goddard. Res. —

Sons of Henry Swan Oldfield and Letitia Scott : —
Christopher Campbell Oldfield, Esq., J. P., Capt. late
85th Regt., b. 1838; m. 1872, Edith Frances Sheridan (d.
1899), widow of Robert Pearse, and d. of the late Kichard
S. Guinness ; and has had issue — (1) Bertram Gerald Robert
Oldfield, Esq., Capt. 4th Batt. Rifle Brigade, b. 1874; d.
1912 [m. 1904, Margery, d. of John Lee, of Trehill, Exeter,
and left issue — Richard Bertram Oldfield, Gentleman, b.
1907] ; Sybil Christine [m. 1900, Capt. John Sherard Reeve,
Grenadier Guards, of Leadenhall House, Lincoln] ; and
Norah Edith. Res. —

Rev. George Biscoe Oldfield, Canon of Salisbury, b. 1840 ;
m. 1st, Henrietta Elizabeth (d. 1871), d. of W. H. Bayley,
H.E.I.C.S. (Madras); and by her had issue — (1) Charles
Bayley Oldfield, Esq., late Major 5th Devon Regt. (T.A.),
formerly Capt. 6th Middx. Regt., served S. Afiica and
Great War [m. 1905, Elizabeth Charlotte, eld. d. of the
late Sir Edward Greathed, K.C.B. (Seat — Finkley House,
Andover. Club — Oxford and Cambridge)] ; (2) Frederick
Biscoe Oldfield, Esq., late Major 7th R. Fus. , Barrister-
at-Law [m. 1st, 1905, Vary Cargill (whom he div. 1910),
only d. of the late Kirkman Finlay ; 2nd, 1915, Doris
Armour Aikman, and has issue — Christopher Charles
Bayley Oldfield, Gentleman, b. 1921 ; and Doreen Scott
Chrystall (Res. — Uplands, Fordingbridge)] ; and Gertrude
Letitia ; m. 2nd, 1874, Edith, d. of Rev. W. C. Radcliffe,
Rector of Fonthill Gifford, Wilts. Res.— Borroughs Hill,
Laverstock, Salisbury.

OLDFIELD (H. Coll.). Erminois, on a pile nebuly
vert, between two boars' heads erased in base sable, three
garbs banded or. Mantling vert and or. Crest— On a




wreath of the colours, upon two garbs banded fessewise
conjoined, the heads to the exterior or, a dove close argent,
beaked and membered gules, holding in the beak three
ears of wheat, stalked and leaved also or.

Son of late Phineas Alexander Ryrie Oldfield of

Bombay, b. 1842 ; d. 1883 ; m. 1871, Julia, d. of

Alexander Elphinston, H.E.I.C.S. (Bombay): —

John Elphinston Ryrie Oldfield, Esq., Capt. late R.A.,

b. 1873; m. 1900, Emily Fearne Anne, d. of Capt. J. A.



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Forbes, R.N. ; and has issue — Phineas John Ryrie Old-
field, Gentleman, b. 1902; Fearne Anne Oldfield. Res. —
Coul House, Strathpeffer, Ross-shire. Clubs — Junior
United Service, New (Edinburgh).

ROGER WILLIAM OLDNALL, Esq., B.A. (Cantab.),
P.A.S. I., Hon. Capt. in Army. Assumed the name and arms
of Oldnall by Royal Licence. Born 1871, being the third




but eldest surv. son of the late Henry Steward Oldnall-
Russell of Stone and Comberton, a member of the Civil
Service of Ceylon, eldest surv. son of Sir William Oldnall-
Russell, by his wife Frances Mary, only dau. of Henry
Barry Domville, Barrister-at-Law. Armorial bearings-
Sable, on a fesse argent, between two chevrons or, each
charged with an ermine spot of the first, three skulls of the
field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, a cock proper, charged on the breast with
an ermine spot sable, resting the dexter claw on a skull as
in the arms. Motto — " Mortem non dedecus." Married,
1897, Catherine Frances, dau. of Rev. Henry Clement
Sculthorpe, Vicar of Beeley, Derbyshire ; and has Issue —

(1) Henry Russell Oldnall, Gentleman, b. July 25, 1898;

(2) William Eric Oldnall, Gentleman, b. Jan. 8, 1903;
and Isabel Joyce Alice. Seat—

OLIPHANT of Condie (L.O. 1672-7). Gules, three
crescents argent, within a bordure counter-compony of the
second and first. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest
— Upon a wreath of the liveries, a falcon volant proper.
Motto — " Altiora peto."

Son of Gen. Sir Laurence James Oliphant, K.C.B.,
K.C.V.O., b. 1846; d. 1914; m. 1878, Hon. Monica
Mary, d. of 1st Baron Gerard : —
Henry Gerard Laurence Oliphant, Esq., D.S.O., M.V.O.,
Capt. (ret.) R.N., served Great War 1914 19, has Croix de
Guerre, b. 1879; >//. 1906, Ruth, d. of the late Rear-Adm.
Sir Henry Deacon Barry, K.C.V.O. ; and has issue — Vic-
toria Ruth ; Mary Rosamond ; and Patricia Marie Gabriella.
Club— Naval and Military.

OLIPHANT (L.O. , 1777). Gules, a star of six points
wavy between three crescents argent. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, an
eagle rising and regardant proper. Supporters— On the
dexter an elephant, and on the sinister a lion, both proper.
Motto — "Altiora peto."

Yngst. and only surv. son of the late Thomas Truman
Oliphant, Esq., J. P., by his wife Georgina Elisabeth,
d. of the Rev. Joseph Mansfield, Rector of Blandford
St. Mary's, co. Dorset: —
John Ninian Oliphant, Gentleman b. 1887; m. 1913,



Amina, d. of Director H. Robert, of Freudenstadt, Wur-
temburg, and has issue — Lolette. Address — P.O. Box 144,
Belsize, British Honduras.

OLIVER (U.O., 4 Aug. 1653). Or, on a chevron
between two pellets in chief sable, and a mullet (fish)
naiant in base proper, a crescent argent. Mantling gules




and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a hand

holding a branch of olive proper, vested gules, cuffed argent.

Motto — "Ito tu et fac similiter." Livery — Black and

yellow.

Sons of Maj. -Gen. John Ryder Oliver, C.M.G. ,b. 1834;
d. 1909 ; m. 2nd, 1880, Mary, d. of W. G. Hinds, Esq.,
of Kingston, Canada: —
Cecil Ryder Oliver, Esq., late Lieut. R.N.V.R., b. 1887;

m. 1913, Ruby Eleanor, d. of Harry Gordon Cunningham

of Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, and has issue — Robert Cecil

Ryder Oliver, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; and Peggy Mary.

Res. —

Charles Aldworth Oliver, Esq.,M.C, Capt. R. Signals,

b. 1889 ; tn. 1916, Adelaide Fanny Julia, d. of Capt. Henry

Robison. Post. add. — 214 Hamlet Gardens, Ravenscourt

Park, W.6.

Sons of Capt. Henry James Oliver, 56th Regt., fc. 1838 ;
d. 1879 ; m. 1864, Frances Martha (d. 1885), d. of Capt.
Thomas Graves, R.N. : —
Edwird Graves Oliver, Gentleman, Indian Forest Dept.,

b. 1866 ; vi. 1891, Flora Ingle; and has issue — Henry

Herbert Montague Oliver, Esq., M.C. , Capt. R.A. , b.

1897 ; and Frances Alice Margaret. Res. — Shelton, Lynd-

hurst, Hants.

Herbert Mortimer Oliver, Gentleman, b. 1868 ; m, and

has issue. Res. — America.

Sons of John Dudley Oliver of Cherrymount, co. Wick-
low, J. P. ,6. 1809; d. 1870; m. 1st, 1834, Mary Susanna,
(d. 1853), d. of Valentine Green of Normanton-le-Heath,
co. Leicester ; 2nd, 1857, Elizabeth (d. i860), d. ot
Rev. Wyndham Carlyon Madden, Rector of Bergh
Apton, Norfolk ; 3rd, 1866, Sydney, fourth d. of William
Tongue of Comberford, co. Stafford: —
Oswald Oliver, Gentleman, b. 1849; m - I st, 1881, Mary

(d. 1896), d. of J. F. Wikoff of Illinois; 2nd, 1898, Irene,

d. of Briggs ; and by his ist tn. has issue — Mary

Dorothy. Res. — 1375 Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla,

California.

William Dudley Oliver, Gentleman, b. 1867; m. 1921,

Eunice Willson. Res. — Comberford, Seaford, Sussex.

Sons of Admiral Richard Aldworth Oliver, R.N., b.
1811 ; d. 1889; tn. 1852, Flora Hutchins (d. 1871), d.
of Col. Daniel Hutchins Bellasis:—
Richard John Erskine Oliver-Bellasis, Esq. (q.v.).
Algernon Hardy Oliver, Esq., Commander R.N., b.

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Cherrymount, by his 2nd wife (see above). Res. — 31 Clifton
Hill, N.W.8. Club— Naval and Military.

Godfrey Ryder Oliver, Gentleman, b. 1859 ; m. 1900,
Blanche Cicely, eldest d. of late Edward Falkener of
Glanymor, co. Carmarthen; and has issue — (1) Godfrey
Charles Saxton Oliver, Gentleman, B.A. Trin. Coll.,
Camb. , b. 1901 ; (2) Robert Ormsby Oliver, Gentleman,
b. 1902 ; and Cicely Falkener. Res. — Port Hill,Ncrtham,
N. Devon ; Kesinvurthy and Hospet Estates, Mysore
State, S. India. Clubs — Oriental, R.N.D.G. , Union
(Westward Ho).

Charles Augustus Oliver, Gentleman, C.B.E., sometime

Asst.-Dir. of Contracts (Admiralty), has Order of the Rising

Sun (3rd class), b. 1S61 ; m. 191 1, Hilda Margaret, yst. d.

of Lt.-Col. Edward Woollcombe-Adams. Res. — 1 Addison

Gardens, Kensington, W.14. Clubs— Union, Albemarle.

Sons of Richard Charles Deane Oliver, Esq., J. P., b.

1821 ; d. 1880; m. 1859, Katherine, d. of Ven. John

Hawtayne, D.D., Archdeacon of Bombay: —

Charles Deane Oliver, Gentleman, M.Inst.C.E., B.A.I. ,
T.C.D. 1885, Chief Engineer Dept. of Agriculture and
Tech. Instruction for Ireland, ret. 192 1, b. j86i ; m. 1888,
Maria Charlotte, d. of Justice Edward Falconer Litton ;
and has had issue — Richard Edward Deane Oliver, Gentle-
man, B.A. I., T.C.D., Lieut, (temp.) R.E.,*. 1890; killed
in action 1916 ; Elizabeth Catherine Deane ; Kathleen
Maude Deane; and Margaret Silver Deane, M. B. , T CD.
Res. — Lawday Place, Farnham, Surrey.

Rev. Richa'rd John Deane Oliver, C.B.E., M.A., Asst.
Chaplain-Gen. Eastern Comd. 1915, ret. 1920, b. 1863.
Res. — c/o Lloyds' Bank, Sandgate.

OLIVER (H. Coll., 2 March 1909). Argent, a chev-
ron cottised gules between in chief two martlets, rising
sable, and in base a human heart of the second. Mant-
ling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
issuant from a chaplet of roses proper, a dexter arm embowed ,




vested argent, cuffed gules, holding in the hand an olive-
branch bendwise also proper. Motto — ' ' Ad fcedere
cresco."

Second son of James Oliver, Gentleman, Merchant, b.

1824; d. 1904; m. 1850, Margaret, d. of Thomas

M'Murtrie of Dalpharson, Ayrshire : —
Sir Thomas Oliver, Kt. Bach. (1908), D.C.L. (Durham),
M.D. (Glasgow Univ.), Fellow Royal College of Physicians
(London), Hon. LL.D. (Glasgow), Hon. *D.Sc. (Sheffield



University), M.A. (Durham University), Vice-Chanceilor
Univ. of Durham, Emeritus Professor of Principles
and Practice of Medicine Univ. of Durham, President
College of Medicine Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Hon. Con-
sulting Physician Roy. Vict. Infirmary, Newcastle-upon-
Tyne, served on several Commissions of the Home Office,
b. 1853 ; in. 1st, 1881, Edith Rosina (d. 1888), eldest d. ot
William Jenkins of Consett Hall, Durham ; 2nd, 1892,
Emma Octavia (d. 1 912), d. of John Anthony Woods, Banker,
ot Benton Hall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; and has issue— (1)
William Jenkins Oliver, Esq. , b. 1886 ; (2) Frederic Thomas
Oliver Esq. , b. 1897 ; Gladys Rosina ; Gwenevere Margaret ;
Edith Kathleen ; and Kathleen Ellison. Res.— 7 Ellison
Place, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Clubs — Athenaeum, Authors',
County (Durham).

OLIVER-BELLASIS(R.L.,i879,H. Coll.). Quarterly,
1 and 4, argent, a chevron between three fieurs-de-lys azure,
in chief a tent proper, lined gules (Bellasis) ; 2 and 3, or, on
a chevron, between two pellets in chief sable and a mullet
(fish) naiant in base proper, a crescent argent (Oliver).
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a mount vert, thereon a lion couchant guardant
azure, in front of a tent proper, lined gules (Bellasis).
Motto — " Fac similiter."

Son of Admiral Richard Aldworth Oliver, b. 181 1 ; d.

1889 ; m. 1852, Flora (d. 1871), d. of Col. D. H.

Bellasis : —
Capt. Richard John Erskine Oliver-Bellasis, Esq., J. P.
and D.L. co. Warwick, late Capt. 20th Hussars, b. 1854;
m. 1899, Gwendoline Mary, eld. d. of Col. Woollcombe-
Adams, D.L. and J. P., late R.A., of Anstey Hall, War-
wickshire ; and has issue— (1) Lieut. Richard Oliver- Bellasis,
R.N., b. 1900; (2) John Oliver-Bellasis, Gentleman, R.
Fusiliers, b. 1904. Res. — Shilton House, Coventry. Club
— Cavalry.

OLIVE (H. Coll.). Barry of six azure and argent, on
a chief or, two branches of ash in saltire between as many
olives all proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a dove between to the dexter
a branch of olive fructed, and to the sinister a branch of ash
all proper. Motto — " In pace vivamus."

Only surv. son of William Hayes Olive, of Wood-
land Road, Tyndalls Park, Bristol : —

William Leonard Olive, Merchant, b. . Res. —

Leny Place, Clifton Park, Bristol.

OLIVERSON (H. Coll.). Per fesse gules and vair, in
chief three lions rampant argent. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, three pheons,
points downwards azure, thereon a lion's head erased or.
Motto — " Dum spiro spero."

Only surv. son of Richard Oliverson, Esq., J. P., M.A.
Exeter Coll., Oxford, Barrister-at-Law of the Inner
Temple, b. 1831 ; m. 1863, Frances Ellen, d. of Richard
Almack, Esq., J. P., of Melford, Suffolk:—
Cecil Henry Oliverson, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law
(Inner Temple), B.A. (Oxford), b. 1868. Res.— 37 Glou-
cester Square, Hyde Park, W.

OLIVEY (H. Coll.). Argent, on a pale azure, between
two leopards' faces gules, a sword erect proper. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in
front of two swords in saltire points upwards, a Cornish
chough proper. Motto — " Magna est Veritas et prce-
valebit."

Sons of Col. Sir Walter Rice Olivey.K.C.B. (1887),
b. 1831 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1885, Elizabeth (d. 1913), d. of
R. Goodfellow of Falmouth : —

Robert Hugh Olivey, Esq., Lieut. R.N.R., b. 1857;
m. 1896, Annie Margaret, d. of Arthur Mesham, Resident
Magistrate of Durban, Natal. Res. —

William James Olivey, Esq., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., b.
1861 ; m. 1900, Isabel Throsby, d. of Charles Throsby
Osborne of Marshall Mount, Dapto, N.S.W., and has issue
— Alick Walter Osborne Olivey, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; and
Laura Millicent Osborne. Res.— Braidwood, New South
Wales.

George Lydney Olivey, Esq., J. P., b. 1862; m. 1909,
Christina Lyall, d. of Kenneth Mackenzie of Clonbinane,
Victoria, Australia. Res. —

O'LOGHLEN (U.O., 3 July 1838). Gules, a man in
armour shooting an arrow from a cross-bow proper. Mant-
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" Anchora salutis."

Sons of Sir Bryan O'Loghlen, 3rd Bart., b. 1828; d.
1905 ; m. 1863, Ella, third d. of J. M. Seward of Mel-
bourne, Australia :—
Sir Michael O'Loghlen, 4th Bart. (16 July 1838), H.M.'s
Lieut, for co. Clare, High Sheriff 1900, b. 1866; m.
1918, Beatrice Mary, d. of Sir Michael Murphy, 1st Bart.
Seat — Drumconora, Ennis, Clare.
Charles Hugh Ross O'Loghlen, Esq., b. 1881.
Henry Ross O'Loghlen, Esq., b. 1887;
Irena, d. of the late Maj. P. Home, R.A. ;
Ross Bryan O'Loghlen, Gentleman, b.
Michael O'Loghlen, Gentleman, b. 1916
and Uoreen Sinclair. Res. —



m. 1912, Doris

and has issue —

1914; Coleman

; Ella Allison ;



O'MALLEY (U.O., 1775). Or, a boar passant gules.
Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the




colours, a horse rampant argent.

Son of Peter Frederick O'Malley, Esq., Q.C. , younger
brother of Charles O'Malley, Junr. , of Lodge, b. 1804 ;
d. 1874 ; m. 1839, Emily, d. of William Rodwell of
Holbrook, Suffolk : —



Sir Edward O'Malley, Knight Bachelor (1891), J. P.
(Oxon.), M.A. (Trin. Coll., Camb), Barrister-at Law,
Middle Temple, Attorney-Gen. Jamaica 1876-9, Hong-
Kong 1879-89 ; Chief Justice Straits Settlements 1889-92,
B. Guiana 1895-8, and of Consular Court for Ottoman
Empire 1898-1903. [Motto—" Terra marique potens."], b.
1842 ; m. 1869, Emma Winifred (d. 1927), d. of Joseph
Alfred Hardcastle of Nether Hall, Suffolk, formerly M.P.
for Bury St. Edmund's; and has had issue — (1) Charles
Loughlin Meyler O'Malley, Esq., Lt.-Col. Reserve of
Officers, late R.F.A., served in S. Africa 1899-1900, medal
and 2 clasps, b. 1873 ; (2) George Peter Bermingham
O'Malley, Esq., b. 1875, d. 1885; (3) Owen St. Clair
O'Malley, Esq., C.M.G, Diplomatic Service, b. 1887 [m.
1913, Mary Dolling, d. of J. H. Sanders (Club— Oxford
and Cambridge)] ; Marie Margery Aglaia \m. 1909, Rev.
Sidney Scarlett Smith] ; and Grace Evangeline. Res. —
Denton House, Cuddesdon, Oxford. Clubs — Brooks's,
Athenaeum, Reform..

Son of George Hunter O'Malley, Esq., formerly Col.
Roy. Artillery, b. 1844 ; d. 1909 ; m. 1871, Mary Frances
(d. 1899), onlyd. of Lieut. -Gen. Charles Wright Young-
husband, C.B., F.R.S. (ret.), Royal Artillery :—
Charles Arthur Gerald O'Malley, Gentleman, Lieut. Roy.
Field Art., b. 1883; m. 1st, 1911, Lisa Carroll (d. 1913);
and has issue — Alice; and Norah Lisa; 2nd, 1914, Cicely
Martha, d. of William Franks of Danewood, March. Res. —

O'MALLEY-KEYES (H. Coll. ). Argent, a boar passant
gules, crined or, between three longbows charged with
arrows and bent pointing in centre, one in chief, and a
skiff with oars sable between the two in base. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a
horse in full speed argent. Motto — "Terra marique
potens." Badge (U.O.) — Argent, a palm-branch proper,
within a chain composed of alternate trefoils slipped, and
the word " Fas" or.

Son of Middleton More O'Malley, Esq., J. P., of Ross
House, co. Mayo, b. 1826; d. 1901 ; m. 1881, Letitia
Josephine (d. 1923), d. of David Keyes, of Furry Park,
co. Mayo : —

Middleton Joseph Keyes O'Malley- Keyes, Esq., Lt.-Col.
late R.F.A., b. 1882; assumed by Deed Poll 1Q16, the
additional surname of Keyes, served Great War 1914-19
(despatches twice) ; m. 1909, Jane Byrens, only d. of
Edward Malley, of Hazelrock, co. Mayo, and Newhaven,
U.S.A., and has issue— Hamilton Joseph O'Malley-Keyes,
Gentleman,*. 1910; Nial Edward Brendon O'Malley-Keyes,
Gentleman, b. 1915 ; Rose Marie; Eugenie; and June.
Clubs— Carlton, Bath, Army and Navy, Kildare Street
(Dublin).

OMOND(L.O., 1882). Parted per fesse argent and azure
a two-masted ship or, sails furled masts and rigging proper.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest- On a wreath of
his liveries, a dexter arm erect, the hand holding a spear
in bend sinister proper. Motto — " Avise le temps."

Son of Rev. John Reid Omond of Carness, Orkney,
Minister of Monzie, Perth : —

George William Thomson Omond, Gentleman, Member
of the Scottish Bar, M.A., F.R.Hist.S., b. 1846; m. 1878,
Margaret Isabella Alice, d. of James Wright of Ainslie
Place, Edinburgh; and has issue — Major John Stuart



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