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at the thigh, also in armour and proper. Motto — " Fortis
qui prudens." Residence —

ORMSBY. Quarterly, 1. gules, a bend or, between six
cross crosslets fitchee or (for Ormsby) ; 2 and 3, azure, semee
of cross crosslets, a lion rampant argent ; 4. sable,
three chess-rooks argent, a chief or. Mantling gules




and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a dexter
arm embowed in armour proper, charged with a rose
gules, holding in the hand a man's leg couped at the
thigh, also in armour proper. Motto — "Fortis qui pru-
dens." Livery — Claret colour.

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late Surgeon Royal Longford Rifles, b. 1849 ; d. 1923 ;
m. 1st, 1874, Anastasia (d. 1911), d. of John Dickinson ;
2nd, 1921, Geraldine (92 Merrion Square, West
Dublin), d. of the late William Mathews, of Hyeres,
France) : —
Gilbert John Anthony Ormsby, Esq., D.S.O., M.D.,Col.
Army Medical Corps, b. 1876; m. 1904, Alice, d. of George
Pirie, and has issue — 1 son ; 1 dau. Res. — 92 Merrion
Square, Dublin.

ORMISTON (H. Coll., 1881). Per saltire gules and
argent, in pale two anchors erect or and as many pelicans,
wings elevated in fesse of the first. Mantling- gules and



a wreath of the colours, an heraldic tiger argent, ducally
gorged or, maned and tufted sable (Gore) ; 2. on a wreath





argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
sun rising in splendour from behind waves of the sea, an
anchor erect all proper. Motto — "Felicior quo certior."
Livery — Claret, with French-grey facings.

Sons of Thomas Ormiston, Esq., C. I.E. , of Ormidale,

Thurlow Park Road, W. Dulwich, 6. 1826; d. 1882;

m. 1857, Charlotte, d. of William Lane, of Lacey's,

Freshwater, I.O.W. :—
Thomas Lane Ormiston, Esq., Lt.-Col. (ret.) Indian
Army, M.A. (Trin. Coll., Oxon.), Barrister-at-Law (Inner
Temple), b. 1867 ; m. 1904, Agnes Lucy, d. of John
Benni worth Parish, M.A., of Toynton House, Toynton-
All-Saints, Lines., and Woodlawn, Dulwich Village.
Seat — Trood House, Alphington, Exeter, Devon. Clubs —
United Service, Devon and Exeter (Exeter).

Henry Lee Ormiston, Esq., M.A. , B.C.L. (New Coll.,
Oxon.), Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple), Acting Judge of
High Court of Rangoon 1928, b. 1874. Clubs — Reform ;
E.I. United Service.



ORMONDE, Marquess of, fee BUTLER.

ORMSBY-GORE (R.L., 14 Oct. 1814). Quarterly, 1.
quarterly i. and iiii. , gules, a fesse between three cross
crosslets fitchee or (Gore), ii. and iii., gules, a bend between
six cross crosslets or (Ormsby) ; 2. the same arms of Gore
by male descent (Fun. entry., U.O. 1629); 3. the same
arms of Ormsby ; 4. azure, crusily, a lion rampant argent
(Kinardsley) ; 5. sable, three chess-rooks argent, a chief or
(also for Ormsby). Mantling gules and or. Crests — 1. on



ox the colours, a dexter arm embowedin armour, holding in
the hand a man's leg also in armour, couped at the thigh
all proper (Ormsby). Motto — " In hoc signo vinces."

Sons of the Rt. Hon. William Richard Ormsby-Gore,
2nd Baron Harlech, b. 1819; d. 1904; m. 1850, Lady
Emily Charlotte Seymour (d. 1892), sister of 5th
Marquis of Hertford, G.C.B. : —

Rt. Hon. George Ralph Charles Ormsby-Gore, 3rd
Baron Harlech (U.K., 4 Jan. 1876), C.B., T.D., late
Lt.-Col. and Hon. -Col. Comdg. Shropshire Imp. Yeo.,
Col. Welsh Gds. 1915, and formerly Capt. Coldstream
Guards, M.P. Oswestry Div. of Salop 1901-4, J. P.,
High Sheriff (1885), and Custos Rotulorum co. Leitrim,
D.L. cos. Salop and Merioneth [Supporters— On the
dexter side, an heraldic tiger argent, maned and tufted
sable, ducally gorged or, and on the sinister side, a
lion or], b. 1855; m - 1881, Lady Margaret Ethel Gordon,
d. of 10th Marquis of Huntly ; and has issue — Rt. Hon.
William George Arthur Ormsby-Gore, P.C. , M.P. for
Denbigh 1910-18, and Stafford from 1918, D.L., J. P. co.
Leitrim, Under-Sec. of State for the Colonies, 1922-24,
Lieut. Shropshire Yeo., B.A. Oxford, b. 1885 \m. 1913, Lady
Beatrice Edith Mildred Gascoigne-Cecil, and has issue —
(1) Owen Gerard Cecil Ormsby-Gore, Esq., b. 1916; (2)
William David Ormsby-Gore, Esq., b. 1918 ; (3) John
Julian Stafford Ormsby-Gore, Gentleman, b. 1925; Mary
Hermione ; and Katharine Margaret Alice (Res. — 5 Mans-
field Street, Cavendish Square, W. )]. Seats — Brogyntyn,
nr. Oswestry ; Glyn, co. Merioneth. Clubs — Carlton, Turf,
Guards', Arthur's.

Hon. Seymour FitzRoy Ormsby-Gore, M.A. (Oxon.),
late Capt. 3rd Kent Artil. Vols., and Oxfordshire L.I. , M.P.
for Gainsborough 1900-6, b. 1863. Res. — 4 West Halkin
Street, S.W. Clubs— Pratt's, Turf.

ALFRED HAMILTON ORMSBY - HAMILTON,
Esquire, J. P. and D.L. co. Dublin, late Capt.
Louth Rifles, Barrister-at-Law (King's Inns 1879, Lin-
coln's Inn 1899), and Master of Arts of the University
of Dublin ; assumed name of Hamilton by Royal
Licence, dated Nov. 19, 1892. Born May 14, 1852,
being the fifth son of the late Rt. Hon. Henry
Ormsby, by his wife Julia, dau. of the late Henry Hamilton
of Tullylish House, co. Down. Armorial bearings —
Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, three cinquefoils ermine, and in
the centre chief point a fasces erect proper (for Hamilton),



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2 and 3, gules, a bend between six cross crosslets or, the
bend charged (for cadency) with a mullet azure, and there-




on a crescent argent (for Ormsby). Mantling gules and
argent. Crests— 1. out of a ducal coronet of five leaves
or* charged on the band with three torteaux fessewise,
a mount vert, thereon an oak tree penetrated transversely
in the main stem by a frame-saw proper, the frame or (for
Hamilton) ; 2. a dexter arm embowed in armour proper,
purfled or, the hand argent, holding a man's leg, also in
armour couped above the knee also argent (for Ormsby).
Mottoes (over the crest of Hamilton), "Through"; (over
the crest of Ormsbv), " Fortis qui prudens " ; and
(under the arms, for Hamilton), "Sola nobihtas virtus."
Married, Sept. 7, 1892, Gertrude Uhthoff, only d. of
Thomas G. C. Hamilton and Gertrude Ann, second dau.
of the late Joshua Andrew Uhthoff, of Bath, formerly
E.I.C.S., Bombay, niece of the late Rt. Hon. George
Alexander Hamilton of Hampton Hall, Balbriggan, co.
Dublin. Residence— Killiney Castle, co. Dublin.

ORPEN of Ardtully (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, per pale




azure and or, a lion rampant counterchanged, in the dexter



chief point a cross crosslet of the second (Orpen) ; 2 and 3,
ermine, a fesse azure, between three wolves' heads erased
sable (Millerd). Mantling azure and or. CreBt— Upon a
wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant or, charged on
the shoulder with a cross crosslet sable. Motto — " Veritas
vincit."

Son of Richard Hugh Millerd Orpen, Esq., of Ard-
tully, co. Kerry, M.A. , b. 1829; d. 1907; m. 1871,
Amy Noble, eldest d. of Thomas Horwood of St.
Anne's Road, Stamford Hill, London: —
Raymond William Orpen, Gentleman, M.D., Senior
San. Officer West African Medical Staff, b. 1875. Seat —
Ardtully, Kenmare, co. Kerry. Res. — Nigeria, West
Africa.

ORR EWING (L.O., 1870). Argent, a chevron gules,
ensigned with a banner of the second, charged with a
canton azure, thereon a saltire of the first, all between two
mullets in chief, and the sun in splendour in base of the
second ; a bordure indented, also of the second, charged
with three martlets of the first. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a demi-lion
rampant gules, armed and langued azure, holding in his
dexter paw a mullet, also gules. Motto — " Au daciter."
Eld. son of Sir Archibald Ernest Orr Ewing, 3rd Bart.,
D.L., co. Stirling, Member of the Royal Company of
Archers, late Capt. 3rd Batt. Argyll and Sutherland
Highlanders, b. 1853 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1879, Hon. Mabel
Addington, d. of the 3rd Viscount Sidmouth : —
Sir Norman Archibald Orr Ewing, 4th Bart. (8th March
1886), D.S.O., Col. Res. of Officers, late Scots Guards,
temp. Brig.-Gen. 45th Inf. Bde. 1918, comdg. 154th
Inf. Bde. (T.A.) since 1925, Member Royal Company of
Archers, served Great War (despatches 5 times, D.S.O.),
b. 1880; m. 191 1, Laura, d. of Abraham John Robarts,
and has issue — Ronald Archibald Orr Ewing, Esq., b.
1912 ; Alan Lindsay Orr Ewing, Esq., 1915 ; Robert
Norman Orr Ewing, Esq., b. 1920 ; and Jean Marjorie.
Seats — Cardross, Port of Menteith, Perthshire ; Lennox-
bank, co. Dumbarton. Clubs — Guards', Turf, Carlton, New
(Edinburgh).

ORR-LEWISofWhitewebbsPark(H. Coll.). Quarterly,
1 and 4, per chevron argent and sable, in chief three spear-
heads gules, and in base a lion rampant of the first
(for Lewis) ; 2 and 3, ermine, three piles gules issuant
from a chief or, thereon an annulet of the second, between
two maple-leaves vert (for Orr). Mantling sable and
argent. Crests — 1. a lion sejant supporting with the
dexter foreleg a banner sable, charged with a lion
rampant argent (for Lewis) ; 2. out of the battlements
of a tower argent, a dexter cubit arm proper, holding in
the hand a cross crosslet or (for Orr). Badge — A lily
proper and a rose gules, both leaved and slipped vert,
and enfiled by a circlet or. Motto — " Patriae fidus."
Son of Sir Frederick Orr Orr-Lewis, 1st Bart.,
b. 1866; d. 192 1 ; m. 1896, Maude Helen, d. of
W William Booth, of London, Ontario, Canada : —
f* Sir John Duncan Orr-Lewis, 2nd Bart., of Whitewebbs
Park, Enfield (12 Feb. 1920), b. 1898 ; m. 1921, Marjorie
(d. 1926), d. of James Milne, of 3 Buckingham Gate;
and has issue — Marie Ardyn. Seat — Whitewebbs Park,
nr. Enfield, Middx. Clubs — White's, Bath, Orleans.

ORR-OWENS (R.L., 1904, U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4,
gules, a boar passant argent, armed collared and chained
or, to a holly-bush on a mount in base both proper, on a
canton of the second, three ravens' legs meeting in the fesse
point sable (Owens) ; 2 and 3, gules, three piles in point
argent, the centre pile charged with a trefoil slipped vert,
on a chief or, a torteaux between two cross crosslets fitche"e
of the field (Orr).

Dau. of Rev. James Orr, m. 1850, Harriet Skeffington,
eld. d. of late John Owens, Esq., J. P., of Holestone,
co. Antrim : —
Harriet C. Orr. Seat— Holestone, co. Antrim. Res.—
39 Ovington Square, S.W.

OSBORN of Chicksands. Argent, a bend between
two lions rampant sable. Mantling sable and argent
Crest — A lion's head erased argent, ducally crowned or.
Motto — " Quantum in rebus inane."

Son of Henry John Robert Osborn, Esq. (eld. son

of 6th Bart.), b. 1839 ; d. 1889 ; m. 1866, Emily (i.

1920), d. of Thomas St. Quintin, of Hatley Park.

co. Cambridge : —



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Sir Algernon Kerr Butler Osborn, 7th Bart. (11 Feb.
1661-2) , J. P. Beds., Capt. andHon.Maj.(ret.)Beds.Regt.,
b. 1870 ; m. 1903, Beatrice, d. of William Greenfield, Esq.,
J. P., D.L., of Haynes Park, co. Bedford ; and has issue —
Peter Stanley Howard Osborn, Esq., b. 1912 ; Danvers
Lionel Rouse Osborn, Esq. b. 1916 ; Dorothy. Seat —
Chicksands Priory, Shefford, Beds. Clubs — Orleans,
Arthur's.

4th son of Sir George Robert Osborn, 6th Bart., b.

1813 ; d. 1892; by istwife, m. 1835, Lady Charlotta

Elizabeth Kerr {d. 1866), sister of 9th Earl of

Antrim : —

Mark Charles Danvers Osborn, Esq., late Lieut. R.N.,

b. 1845; m. 1st, 1872, Mary Courtenay {d. 1884), d. of

William Pratt, of Hobart, Tasmania, and by her has

issue — 3 daus; 2nd, 1885, Mary Anne Bell {d. 1903), d.

of W. B. Fulton of Hobart, Tasmania; 3rd, 1904, Clara

Harriet [d. 1920), widow of the late Rev. H. Gordon

Cranmer, Rector of Little Staughton, Beds. Res. — 14

Rothsay House, Bedford.

Sons of Rev. Montagu Francis Louis Osborn (4th
son of 5th Bart.), M.A., B.D., Hon. Canon of New-
castle, Vicar of Embleton, Northumberland, 6.1824 ;
d, 1895; m. 1861, Catherine Barbara {d. 1907), d.
of John Marriott of Kibworth Harcourt : —
Rev. Francis Wilfrid Osborn, M.A. (Oxon.), formerly
Vicar of St. Michael's, Camden Town, N.W., b. 1862 ;
m. 1899, Helen Osborn, d. of the late David Lamb, of
Newport. Res. — Cannock House, Malvern Link,

Montagu John Osborn, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxon.),
F.R.C.S., Asst. Master at Malvern Coll., b. 1869; m.
1918, Dorothy, d. of Roslin Williams of Lindsey House,
Bishops Stortford. Res. — Forti, Alexandra Road,
Malvern.

Sons of Lt.-Col. Danvers Henry Osborn (5th son
of 5th Bart.), Indian Army, b. 1827; d. 1898; m.
1862, Annette, d. of T. W. Wilson of Calcutta :— -
Arthur Osborn, Gentleman, b. 1863. Res. —
Danvers Osborn, Esq., J.P. British Columbia, b. 1864 ;
m. 1906, Inez, d. of Henry Smith of Victoria, B.C. ; and
has issue — George Schomberg Osborn, Gentleman, b.
1909 ; and Dorothy Annette. Res. — 1056 Richmond
Avenue, Victoria, B.C.



OSBORN (H. Coll.). Quarterly, ermine and azure, two
dolphins naiant in pale or. Mantling azure and or.




Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dolphin as in the
arms, between two javelins erect proper. Motto — ' ' Pro-
desse quam conspici."

Son of John Osborn, b. 1812; d. 1882; tn. 1839,

Priscilla, d. of Rev. Thomas Rogers : —
Thomas George Osborn, Esq., J.P Denbighshire, M.A.
(Camb. late Fellow of Trinity Hall), b. 1843; m - *896,



Jessie Emma, ygst. d. of Rev. F. A. West ; and has surv.
issue — (1) George Francis Atterbury Osborn, Gentleman,
b. 1872 ; (2) John Douglas Hamilton Osborn, Gentleman,
Solicitor, b. i88$(Res. — Brillscote,Llanerch Road, Colwyn
Bay) ; Jessie Maud \tn. Rev. F. F. Bretherton of Margate] ;
Ethel May ; Helen Marguerite ; and Muriel Hartley. Res.
— Haddon Lodge, Colwyn Bay. Clubs — Welsh, and
Colwyn Bay Club.

OSBORNE. Quarterly, 1 and 4, quarterly, ermine and
azure, overall a cross or (for Osborne) ; 2, gules, an eagle
with two heads displayed between three fleurs-de-lys
argent (for Godolphin) , 3. sable, a lion rampant argent,
on a canton of the last a cross gules (for Churchill).
Mantling azure and argent. Crests — 1. an heraldic
tiger passant or, tufted and maned sable (for Osborne) ;
2. a dolphin embowed sable (for Godolphin). Supporters
— On the dexter, a griffin or ; on the sinister, an heraldic
tiger argent, each gorged with a ducal coronet azure.
Motto—" Pax in bello."

Only son of Sir George Godolphin Osborne, 10th

Duke of Leeds, Capt. R.N.V.R., b. 1862; d. 1927;

m. 1884, Lady Katherine Frances Lambton, d. of

2nd Earl of Durham : —
The Most Noble Sir John Francis Godolphin Osborne,
nth Duke of Leeds (4 May 1694), Marquess of Car-
marthen (9 April 1639), Earl of Danby (27 June 1674),
Viscount Latimer, of Danby, Baron Osborne, of Kiveton,
Yorks. (15 Aug. 1673), Baron Godolphin, of Farnham
Royal, Bucks. (14 May 1832), Viscount Oseburne, of
Dunblane, co. Perth (2 Feb. 1672-3), Bart, of England
(13 July 1620), b. 1901. Seat — Hornby Castle, Bedale,
Yorks. Res. — Selva Dolce, Bordighera, Italy.

O'SHEA (U.O.) Party per pale indented or and vert,
two fleurs-de-lys in fesse counterchanged. Mantling vert
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a mount
vert, a swan rising sable, billed and legged gules, hold-
ing in the bill a dart silver. Motto — "Honor virtutem
insignit."

Sons of Sir Henry O'Shea, Knt. Bach., of Old Court,
Rochestown, co. Cork, b. 1858; d. 1926; m. 1882,
Bridget, d. of John Blewitte :



O'Shea, Esq., b.



Rochestown, co. Cork.
O'Shea, Esq., b.
O'Shea, Esq., b.
O'Shea, Esq.,.*.



Res. — Old Court,



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O'SHEE (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 8, per bend in-
dented azure and or, two fleurs-de-lys counterchanged (for
Odaneus Shee) ; 2. gules, three swords per fesse argent,
hilted or, the centre sword pointing to the dexter side (for
William Shee) ; 3. sable, three pheons argent (for John
Shee); 4. gules, two swords in saltire argent, points down,
surmounted by a third in pale, point up, hilted or (for
Edmond Shee) ; 5. argent, a chevron ermine, between
three broad-arrow heads sable (Archer) ; 6. per pale in-
dented or and gules (Bermingham) ; 7. argent, three bars
gules, over all a bend sable (de la Hide). Mantling gules,
doubled silver. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a
swan rousant sable. Motto — " Vincit Veritas."

Sons of Nicholas Richard Power O'Shee, Esq., of

Gardenmorris, J.P. and D.L. co. Waterford (High

Sheriff 1861), b. 1821 ; d. 1902; tn. 1865, Lady

Gwendoline Anson, d. of 1st Earl of Lichfield : —

Richard Alfred Poer O'Shee, Esq., C.M.G., J.P., D.L.

Lt.-Col. (ret.) R.E. , served with Benin Exped. 1897 (desp.,

medal and clasp), in West Africa 1897-8 (clasp), and

Great War, b. 1897; tn. 1919, Bernadette, d. of M. de

Francqueville. Seat — Gardenmorris, co. Waterford ; and

Sheestown, near Kilkenny. Club — Army and Navy.

John Marcus Poer O'Shee, Gentleman, R.I.C., b. 1869 ;
m. 1900, Myrtle Constance, d. of Col. Ynyr Henry Burges
of Parkanaur ; and has issue — Mildred ; and Gwendoline
Constance. Res. — Marchings, Chigwell, Sussex.

Col. George Iver Patrick Poer O'Shee, late K.O.Y.L.I.,
formerly Capt. Leinster Regt., served Great War (des-
patches), £. 1873; tn. 1907, Lady Edith Charlotte Harriet,
d. of 8th Earl of Kingston ; and has issue — Patrick Iver
Rivallon Poer O'Shee, Gentleman, b. 1909; and Christine.
Res.— Sheestown House, co. Kilkenny. Club— Wellington.

OSLER of Toronto (H. Coll. 1911). Barry wavy argent
and azure, three pilchards hauriant proper, all within a
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and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a beaver
proper, resting the dexter foot on a fleur-de-lys or. Motto—
" Dii laboribus omnia verdunt."

Sons of Sir Edmund Boyd Osier, Knt. Bach. oJ
Craigleigh, Toronto, Pres. Toronto Bond Trade,
Memb. for West Toronto in Dominion House ol
Commons, b. 1845; d. 1924; m. 1st, 1869, Mary
Isabella Lamond (d. 1871), d. of James Lamond
Smith of Ben Lamond, Toronto; 2nd, 1873, Anne
Farquharson, d. of late Francis James Cochran of
Balfour, Aberdeen : —
Francis Gordon Osier, Esq., b. 1874 ; m. 1900, Margaret,
d. of William Ramsay of Toronto; and has issue-
William Ramsay Osier, Esq., b. 1903; Gordon Stuart
Osier, Gentleman, b. 1905; Robert Free Osier, Gentle-
man, b. 1911; and Phyllis Amy. Res. — Craighleigh,
Toronto.

Edmund Featherston Osier, Esq., *. 1880 ; m. 1st, 1905,
Gwyneth (d. 1906), d. of Col. George Hamilton Sim, R.E. ;
2nd, 1909, Nadine, d. of James Kirkpatrick Kerr of Rath-
nally, Toronto ; and by 1st mar. has issue, Gwynn Hamil-
ton Osier, Gentleman, b. 1906; and by 2nd mar., Anne
Evelyn. Res. — Bronte, Ontario.

Hugh Farquharson Osier, Esq., Lt.-Col. Canadian
Forces, b. 1881 ; m. 1907, Kathleen, d. of William Harty
of Kingston, Ontario ; and has issue— William Edmund
Osier, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; Hugh Farquharson Osier,
Gentleman, b. 1911. Res. — Winnipeg, Canada.

OSMASTON (H. Coll.). Sable, on a chevron argent,
three spear-heads gules, in chief two unicorns' heads erased
of the second, armed and maned or, in base, on a pile of
the last, issuing from the chevron an unicorn's head, erased
of the first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest On a
wreath of the colours, an unicorn's head argent, erased
gules, armed and maned or, charged on the neck with three
spear-heads, one and two also gules. Motto— "Ad rem."

Sons of John Osmaston, Esq., J. P. for cos. Derby,

Stafford, and Sussex, D.L. co. Derby, b. 1831 ; d.

1901; m. 1st, 1853, Emily Sophia (d. i860), d. of Rev.

Henry Western Plumptre, Rector of Eastwood, Notts. ;

2nd, 1861, Florence Mary, d. of Edward Royd Rice of

Dane Court, Kent : —
Francis Plumptre Beresford Osmaston, Gentleman, Barr.-
at-Law, b. 1857; m. 1884, Eleanor Margaret, d. of the late
Rev. Thomas Field of Bigby Rectory, co. Lincoln ; and has
issue— (1) Dudley Francis Osmaston, Gentleman, b. 1892
[tn. ; and has issue— ]; (2) Robert Shirley Osmas-

ton, Gentleman, b. 1895; and Dorothea [m. 1910, Walter
Thomas Layton, C.H., C.B.E. ; and has issue]. Seat-
Basil de Forest Osmaston, Gentleman, b. 1862. Res —
Cecil Alvend FitzHerbert Osmaston, Esq., C.B., C.B.E.,
Col. (ret.) R.M.A., b. 1866 ; m. 1893, Minnie Buckley, d. of
Gen. Sir Henry Tuson, K.C.B., R.M.A. ; and has issue—
(1) Lionel Cecil Osmaston, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; (2) Osmond
Bertram Beresford Osmaston, Gentleman, b. 1904; (3)
Cecil Henry Edward Osmaston, Gentleman, b. 1910; and
Myrtle Florence [m. 1918, Lieut. A. K. Faulkner]. Res—
Mochbeggars, Fittleworth, Sussex.

Bertram Beresford Osmaston, Esq., CLE. India Forest
Service, late Chief Conservator, Central Provinces, b. 1868 ;
m. 1893, Catherine Mary, d. of Gen. Hutchinson ; and
has had issue— (1) Bertram Hutchinson Osmaston, Gentle-
man, Lieut. 3rd Dragoons, b. 1895; (2) Oswald Camplyon
Hutchinson Osmaston, Gentleman, M.C., Lieut. R.E. ,
b. 1897; killed in action 1917; (3) Gordon Hutchinson,
Gentleman, M.C., Lieut. R.E., b. 1898; Olive Mary;
Daphne Sylvia ; and Myrtle Catherine. Res.~i\6 Banbury
Road, Oxford.

Lionel Sherbrooke Osmaston, Gentleman, India Forest
Service, b. 1870; m. 1897, Selina Fanny, d. of the late
John Bridges Plumptre of Goodnestone Park, Kent ; and
hassurv. issue— (1) Fitzwalter Camplyon Osmaston, Gentle-
man, b. 1901 ; (2) Robert Lionel Osmaston, Gentleman, b.
1903; and Gwendoline Sel ma. Res. —
John Henry Osmaston, Gentleman, b. 1881.
Ulric Ernest Osmaston, Gentleman, b. 1883.
Arthur Edward Osmaston, Gentleman, Imperial Forest
Service, b. 1885; m. 1921, Annora Esther, d. of Henry
GoulburnChetwynd-Stapylton- of Hillins, Petworth, Sussex.

OSMOND (H. Coll). Sable, a /esse dancettee and in chief
an eagle displayed erminois, a bordure wavy or. Mantling
sable and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, an



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a barrulet wavy azure.

Sons of the late George Wise Osmond, Esq., Comdr.
R.N., b. 1843; d. 1884; m. 1869, Julia Augusta, d. of
Rev. William Forbes of Yardley Chase, Jamaica:—

George William Forbes Osmond, Esq., Paymaster
R N. b. 1871. Res. — Hern, Benhilton, Sutton, Surrey.

Charles Fortescue Osmond, Esq., D.S.O., Major laie
H A C (T D.), served S. Africa and Great War (de-
spatches. D.S.O.), b. 1877; m. 1921, Lilian Frances, d of
the late Sir Andrew Mitchell Torrance, M. P. Postal add.—
Wisaller, P.O. Selbourne, Addo, Cape Province, S. Africa.

Henry Arthur Wise Osmond, Gentleman, b. 1879. Res.—
Port Maria, Jamaica.

Humphrey Dacres Osmond, Gentleman, Solicitor, Lieut.
Imp. Light Horse, b. 1881. Res.— Krugersdorp, Transvaal,
S. Africa.

OSWALD, see GORDON-OSWALD.

OSWALD (L.O. , 1681)— Azure, a naked savage proper
wreathed with bay leaves, and bearing in the sinister
hand a baton erect on his shoulder vert, and in the dexter




hand a cross-staff pointing to a star placed in the dexter
chief or. Above the shield a helmet befitting his degree,



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with a Mantling gules, doubled argent ; with this Motto,
" Monstrant astra viam."

Second but eld. surv. son of the late James Townsend

Oswald, of Dunnikier, b. 1820; d. 1893; tn. 1847,

Ellen Octavia, dau. of P. J. Miles of Leigh Court,

Bristol : —

Col. St. Clair Oswald, C.B. (Civ.), late 3rd Hussars, J.P.,

D.L. Fife, b. 1858; tn. 1915, Elizabeth Winifred, d. of

Reginald Osborne of St. Ives, Hunts., and has issue —

Daphne Charlotte. Seat— Dunnikier, Kirkcaldy, N.B.

Clubs — Naval and Military ; New (Edinburgh).

OSWALD of Auchincruive (L.O., 1861)— Quarterly, 1
and 4, azure, a naked man, wreathed about the middle with
bay leaves, having a quiver of arrows by hs side, bearing a
bow in his left hand, all proper, and pointing with his right
to a comet, in the dexter chief point or, a border engrailed
of the last (for Oswald, L.O. , c. 1680-7 ana * I 77°) ; 2. gules,
two leopards passant guardant in pale argent (for
Haldane of that Ilk) ; 3. argent, a saltire engrailed
between four roses gules (for Lennox). Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of his liveries, a
dexter hand issuing out of a cloud and pointing to a star
of eight rays proper, with the Motto, "Sequamur" (for
Oswald) ; 2. upon a wreath of his liveries, an eagle's head
erased proper, with the Motto, "Suffer" (for Haldane).
Only son of George Oswald, Esq., of Auchincruive
and of Cavens, b. 1814 ; d. 1871 ; by his 2nd wife,
Julia Mary, d. of Col. Ferrier Hamilton of Cavinhill
and Westport, co. Ayr : —
Julian Oswald, Esq., of Auchincruive, J. P. Stewartry of
Kirkcudbright, Major late 16th Lancers, b. i860; tn. 1897,
Ethel Maud Stirling, d. of Major J. H. Ensor, late 12th
Lancers, and has issue — Richard Alexander Oswald, Gen-



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