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tleman, Lieut. Hodson's Horse, b. 1898 ; George Hamilton
Oswald, Gentleman, Midshipman R.N.,b. 1903 ; Margaret
Elizabeth ; and Letitia. Seats — Auchincruive, near Ayr,
co. Ayr; and Cavens, Kirkbean, co. Kirkcudbright.

OSWALD (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1, argent, on a
mount in base a savage wreathed about the head and
middle with oak leaves, pointing with his dexter hand
to a comet) in the dexter chief point all proper, a chief
arched azure (for Oswald) ; 2. gules, two demi-lions in
chief or, and a rose in base argent (for Harrison) ; 3 .

ermine, on a chief indented gules, three estoiles or (for
Estcourt) ; 4. sable, a chevron between three eagles* heads
erased or (for Beaubois); 5. azure, three leopards' faces
in pale or (for Snigge). Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of clouds
a hand erect couped at the wrist proper, pointing to an
estoile of eight points or. Motto — "Sequamur."

Issue of Col. James Williamson (formerly Oswald),
Commandant 26th Punjab Infantry, of Burton

House, York, b. 18265m. 1862, Marion Ellen, only

d. and eventual heir of Capt. Charnock Ingleby

Harrison. 65th N.I. Regt., who after his death

resumed for herself and and her issue the name of

Oswald, and afterwards by R.L. 11 May 19 14,

assumed the name and arms of Estcourt: —

Brig.-Gen. Oswald Charles Williamson Oswald, C.B.

(i9i7),C.M.G. (1918), Officer of the Crown of Italy, Order

of the Nile, 3rd Class, F.R.G.S., b. 1863 ; tn. 1908,

Margaret Malcolm, d. of William Carson, Esq., J.P.,

of Carnalea House, co. Down, and has issue — Oswald

Robert Williamson Oswald, Gentleman, b. 1917; Praxeda

Estcourt Isabella Emily Oswald Williamson ; Ingleby

Margaret Ann Major Williamson; Alethea Carson

Elizabeth Williamson, Res. — Breathtulla, Helens Bay,

co. Down ; Mont Riant, Territet, Switzerland. Club —

Army and Navy.

Theodora Williamson (Author of "Chief of the Staff"
and other novels), tn. 1898, Lt.-Col. Kenneth Combe,
R.A. (d. 1914), served in S. African War, commanded " I "
Battery R.H.A. 1908, 3rd son of Charles Combe, Esq.,
D.L., of Cobham Park. ties. — Pinkney House, Colches-
ter. Clubs — Ladies' Army and Navy, Officers' (Colches-
ter.). (Vide Combe).

Agnes Estcourt-Oswald, M.B., D.P.H., D.O.M.S. Res.
— Pinkney House, Colchester. Clubs — Ladies' Army and
Navy, London University, Officers' (Colchester). (Vide


Manchester Regt. Born , son of the late James Brown

of Orangefield ; and has assumed the additional surname
of Oswald. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1895)— Azure, a
savage wreathed about the head and middle with bay leaves
having a quiver of arrows by his side, bearing a bow in his
left hand proper, and pointing with his right to a blazing
star in the dexter chief point or, within an orle of fleurs-de-
lys argent. Mantling azure, doubled argent ; and upon a
wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a lion rampant parted
per fesse argent and azure, holding in his dexter paw a star
wavy of six rays or ; and in an escroll over the same this
Motto, " Floreat majestas." Postal address —

OSWELL (H. Coll.). Or, a cross patonce azure between
in chief two fountains proper. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a spear erect
proper, two greyhounds' heads couped at the neck and
addorsed, the dexter or, collared azure, the sinister azure,
collared or. Motto — " Semper paratus."

Son of William Francis Oswell of Welsh Frankton, co.

Salop, H.E.I. C.S., b. 1807 ; d. 1889; tn. 1849, Jemima

Elizabeth, d. of William Kershaw of Douglas, Isle ol

Man: —

William St. John Oswell , Gentleman , F. R. G. S. , F. R. C. I. ,

late Commr. of the Sierra Leone Protectorate, served in the

Boer War with 2nd Batt. Sharpshooters (medal and five

clasps), b. 1861 ; tn. 1910, Margaret Elizabeth Gabbett,

eldest d. of Capt. T. A. M. Dickin, J. P., late Norfolk Regt.

Clubs — Cocoa Tree.Gresham.

Sons of Rev. Henry LLoyd Oswell, Vicar of St. George's,

Shrewsbury, and Rector of Llandinabo, co. Hereford,

b. 1813 ; d. 1893 ; tn. 1st, 1840, Catherine, d. of Charles

Murray of New Grove, Petworth :—

Rev. William Henry LLoyd Oswell, M.A. Oxford,

formerly Vicar of Stratton Audley, Oxford, b. 1844; tn. 1st,

1875, Lucy Ann Law (d. 1878), d. of John Henry Westcar

Peel of Watlington ; 2nd, 1880, Emily Bishop, only surv.

d. of Thomas Richard Fisher of Frewin Hall, Oxford;

and has issue — Rev. Basil Henry Oswell, Chaplain R.N.,

B.A. Oxford, admitted a Burgess of Shrewsbury 1912, b.

1884 (Address — c/o Admiralty, S.W.i); Lucy Katharine

Peel (by first marriage) ; Hilda Mary [m. 1912, Rev.

William Corbett Perry, M.A.]; and Winifred Emily Mary

[tn. 1907, Martin Theodore Daniel, Commander R.N., and

has issue] Res. — 230 Iffley Road, Oxford.

Arthur Edward LLoyd Oswell, Gentleman, A.R.I.B.A.,
b. 1852; tn. 1895, Mabel Frances, d. of Rev. Charles
Amphlett. Res. — Coton Hill Cottage, Berwick Road,

Thomas John Oswell, Esq., Commander R.N. (ret.),
b. 1853 ; tn. 1895, Alice Gertrude, d. of Rev. Robert Edward
Warren of Atcham, Shrewsbury; and has had issue— (1)
Henry Theodore Warren Oswell, Gentleman, b. 1896;
(2) Thomas Murray Oswell, Gentleman, b. 1898; d. 1922.
Res. — The Warren, Holmbury St. Mary, Surrey.




Francis LLoyd Oswell, Gentleman, b. 1854 ; m. 1894,
Evelyn Baskerville (d. 191 5), only d. of Rev. Walter
Baskerville Mynors, Rector of Llanwarne; and has issue —
Harold LLoyd Oswell, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; Dorothy Evelyn ;
Gladys Mary ; Margaret Kathleen ; and Violet. Res. —
Hazel Lea, Lansdown Road, Cheltenham.

OTTER (H. Coll.). Or, on a bend gules, guttee-
d'or, between two crosses patee of the second, three
crescents of the first. Mantling gules and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, two crosses patee surmounted
by a crescent or. Mottoes — 1. " Watch" ; 2. " Crescit
eundo." Livery — Buff, with green facings.
Sons of Robert Melvil Barry Otter- Barry : —
Vide Otter-Barry,
Son of Francis William Otter, b. 1847; d. 1885; m.
1878, Dorothea Mary Augusta, d. of Sir Walter Burrell,
Bart. :—
Walter William Otter, Esq., Capt. Yeo., formerly Lieut.
3rd Batt. Roy. Sussex Regt. , b. 1879; m. 1904, Patience
Marion, d. of Sir Edmund Loder, Bart., and has issue;
Guy Walter Otter, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; and Barbara
Marion. Res. — Selehurst, Lower Beeding, Sussex.

Only surv. son of Ven. William BrueYe Otter, Arch-
deacon of Lewes, and Vicar of Cowfold, Sussex, b. 1805 ;
d. 1876 ; m. 1837, Elizabeth, d. of Robert Melvil,
H.B.M.'s Consul at Amsterdam : —
Sir John Lonsdale Otter, Knt. Bach. (1917), J. P.,
Barrister-at-Law, £.1852; m. 1888, Elizabeth Audrey, d.
of Rev. Nathaniel Woodard, Canon of Manchester, Founder

and Provost of Lancing, and has issue — Melvil Charles
Woodard Otter, Esq., b. 1889 ; Martin John Bru6re Otter,
Esq., b. 1890; and Rosalind Audrey [m. A. H. Self, of
H.M. Air Ministry].

Son of Alfred William Otter, of Toronto, Canada,

b. 1815 ; d. 1866; m. 1841, Anna, d. of Rev. James

de la Tooke : —

Gen. Sir William Dillon Otter, K.C.B. (Mil.), C.V.O.,

LL.D., sometime Inspector-Gen. Canadian Mil., Director

of Internment Operations, 1914-20 ; retired with rank of

General 1920, b. 1843 < m - I 86s, Marian, yr. d. of the late

Rev. James Porter, and has issue — Agnes Anna Edrol

\m. 1893, Edward Lyall Norton, of Toronto]. Res. —

Toronto, Canada.

OTTER-BARRY (R.L., 19 May 1873). Quarterly,
1 and 4, gules, three bars embattled argent (Barry, orig.
grant 1811) ; 2 and 3, or, on a bend gules, gutt6e-d'or,
between two crosses patee of the second, three crescents of
the first (Otter, 1873). Mantling gules and argent. Crest
— 1. on a wreath of the colours, the embattlements of a

tower gules, charged with three roses in fesse argent
(Barry) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, two crosses patee,
resting thereon a crescent all or. Motto — "A rege et a

Sons of Robert Melvil Barry-Otter-Barry, b. 1845 ; d.
1917 ; m. 1875, Isabel Louisa, d. of Rev. Francis
Henry Wolryche-Whitmore, of Dudmaston, Shrop-
shire: —
William Whitmore Otter-Barry, Gentleman, b. 1878 ;
m. 1905, Edith Wrey, d. of Frederick Jaques Myers, of
Charlton, Northants., and has issue — (1) Francis William
Frederick Otter-Barry, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; (2) David
Melvil Otter-Barry, Gentleman, b. 1912. Res. — Horkesley
Hall, Essex.

Robert Bruce Otter-Barry, Gentleman, b. 1879 ; m.
Phcebe, d. of Rev. John Storr, and has issue — Leycester
Otter-Barry, Gentleman, b. 1914. Res. — Lower Hall,
Worfield, Salop.

Ven. Hugh van Lynden Otter-Barry, M.A. (Camb.),
Archdeacon of Mauritius, b. 1889.

OTWAY (H. Coll.). Argent, a pile sable, a chevron
counterchanged. Mantling sable and argent. CreBt —
Out of a ducal coronet, a passion-cross or between two
wings displayed sable. Motto — "Si Deus nobiscum quis
contra nos."

Son of Rev. Cooke Otway, b. 1803; d. 1882; m. 1841,
Caroline Elizabeth, d. of Rev. John B. Backhouse,
Rector of Deal : —
Capt. Robert Cooke Otway, 13th Lt. Inf., b. 1846.

Sons of John Hastings Otway, M.A., Q.C., County

Court Judge, Recorder of Belfast, b. 1808 ; d. ;

m. 1832, Mary, d. of James Hill of Graig, co. Cork : —

Caesar Hastings Otway, Gentleman, b. 1832; m. 1858,

Julia, d. of late Miles Charles Seton; and has issue — (1)

Loftus Otway, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; (2) Charles Caesar

Otway, Gentleman, b. 1862 ; (3) Caesar Otway, Gentleman,

b. 1864; (4) Hugh Hill Otway, Gentleman, b. 1866; (5)

George Beatson Otway, Gentleman, b. 1868. Res. —

James Otway, Gentleman, b. 1848; m. 1875, Frances, d.
of Rev. Alexander Pollock; and has issue. Res. —

Son of Caesar George Otway, Assistant Poor Law
Commissioner, Ireland, b. 1809; d. 1867; m. 1846,
Elizabeth Hannah, d. of Thomas Batt of Rath-
mullen : —
James Loftus Otway, Gentleman, B.A., late Lieut. 22nd
Regt.,£. 1848. Res.—

OTWAY ( R. L. , 14 Jan. 1873, H. Coll. ). Quarterly, 1 and
4, argent, a pile sable, over all a chevron counterchanged
(Otway) ; 2 and 3, gules, a chevron or, between in chief two
morions and in base as many swords saltirewise, points up-
wards proper, pommels and hilts gold (Hughes). Mantling
sable and argent. Crests — r. out of a ducal coronet a
passion-cross or, between two wings sable (Otway) ; 2. upon
the battlements of a tower, an arm in armour fessewise
couped, holding in the hand a sword erect between two
branches of oak all proper (Hughes). Motto — "Semper

Sons of Capt. William John Loftus Otway (formerly

Marjoribanks Hughes), b. ; d. ; m. 1837,

Georgina Frances, d. and coh. of Gen. Sir Loftus

William Otway, K.C.B. :—

Capt. Cecil Alfred Tufton Otway, late 2nd Life Guards

(High Sheriff co. Radnor 1881), b. 1847 ; m. 1876, Margaret,

only child and h. of late Abernethie Gordon ; and has issue

— Cecil Waller Otway, Gentleman, late Scots Greys, b.

1879 ; and Ayliffe Tufton. Seat —

Col. Waller Philip Otway, late Coldstream Gds., b.
1849. Res. —

Jocelyn Tufton Farrant Otway, Esq., Lieut. Reserve of
Officers, late Capt. Berks Mil., formerly Lieut. 49th Regt.,
b. 1853. Res.—

Harold Ernest Carlyon Otway, Gentleman, b. 1857 ; m.
1879, Adelaide, d. of late John Ashton-Glover of John's
Grove, co. Cork ; aud has issue — Georgina Frances ; and
Augusta Victoria Muriel. Res. —

OTWAY-RUTHVEN (U.O.). Paly of six argent and
gules, a canton erminois. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a goat's head erased
argent, attired or, charged with a mullet gules. Motto —
Over the crest, " Deed shaw."

Son of Robert Mervyn Bermingham Otway-Ruthven,
Esq., Capt. (ret.), b. 1867 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1900, Margaret,




eldest d. of Julius Casement, Esq., J. P., of Cronroe,

co. Wicklow : —

Jocelyn Oliver Otway-Ruthven, Esq., Lieut. R.N., b.

1901 ; m. 1926, Vera Beryl, d. of Martin A. Cooke, O.B.E.,

M.R.C.S. Seat — Castle Otway, Templemore, co.


Sons of William Clifford- Bermingham Otway-Ruthven,
Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. of Leitrim, and J. P. cos. of
Galway and Tipperary (assumed, by Royal Licence,
1865, the surname and arms of Ruthven only, and in
1887 the additional name of Otway), b. 1840 ; d. 1907 ;
tn. 1865, Frances Margaret, only d. and heiress of Vice-
Admiral Robert Jocelyn Otway of Castle Otway, D.L.
co. Tipperary : —
Thomas Ormonde Bermingham Otway-Ruthven, Gentle-
man, b. 1872.

Mervyn Henry Bermingham Otway-Ruthven, Gentleman,
b. 1877. Res. —

Ould), was Vicar of St. Stephen's, St. Albans 1913-15,
M.A. (Cantab.). Born Dec. 4, 1870, eldest son of
Rev. Frederick Fielding Ould and Emma, only surviving
child of the late Henry Neumann, Esq., J. P. (armiger,
Berlin), of Whicham Hall, Cheshire. Armorial bear-
ings — Or, on a saltire vert, five crosses patee fitch^e of the
field (quartering per pale dexter gules, a six-pointed star
or ; sinister, azure, a moon argent, for Neumann, recorded
in Berlin). Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a sheaf
of five arrows proper, banded gules, enclosed by two oak
branches vert. Motto — " Cedite seni." Livery — Green,
yellow facings. Post. add. — Christ Church Vicarage, 3
Chester Place, Regent's Park, N.W.

OULTON (U.O.) Quarterly vert and gules, over all a
lion rampant argent. Mantling vert and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant argent,

ducally crowned or, and holding between the paws a mound
of the last. Motto — " In spe spiro."

Son of Piatt Oulton, of Dublin, b. 1825 ; d. 1888; m.

1877, Frances, d. of the late Arthur Harrington of

Dublin :—
Major William Plato Oulton, M.C. , with Bar (late 1st
Bn. The Gloucestershire Regt. ), Reg. Army Res. of Officers,
served in Belgium, France, and Dardanelles 1914-18 (des-
patches 1916), h. 1882 ; tn. 1922, Mary, d. of Arthur
Albert Toft, and has issue — Rilia Patricia Joy. Res. —
Westgate Lodge, Winchester. Club — Army and Navy.

Sons of Rev. Richard Charles Oulton, Rector of Glynn,

co. Antrim (eld. son of Rev. Richard Oulton, and

Anne his wife, see below), b. 1840 ; d. 1923 ; tn. 1873,

Kate, d. of Maurice Leonard : —
Richard Maurice Courtenay Oulton, Gentleman, b. 1882.

Rev. John Ernest Leonard Oulton, B.D., Rector of
Monkstown, b. 1886. Res. — Monkstown, co. Dublin.

Sons of George Nugent Oulton (2nd son of Rev.

Richard Oulton, and Anne his wife), Esq., K.C. , b.

1848 ; d. 1928 ; tn. 1883, Kathleen, d. of Major Robert

Hearn : —
John George Oulton, Gentleman, b. 1887 ; tn. 1918. Sybil
Mona, d. of Walter Calverley, of Muxna, co. Kerry, and
has issue — (1) John Desmond Oulton, Gentleman, b. 1922 ;
(2) LeslieArthur Hugh Oulton, Gentleman. 6.1924 ; Lorna ;
and Enid. Res. — Clontarf Castle, Dublin ; Muxna, Ken-
mare, co. Kerry.

Rupert Willoughby Oulton, Gentleman, b. 1889. Res.—

Yngr. sons of Rev. Richard Oulton, M.A. , Rector of

Keady, co. Armagh, £. 1813; d. 1895; tn. 1839, Anne,

d. of Rev. Charles Oulton, Rector of Kilmore : —
Henry William Piatt Oulton, Gentleman, M.D.,
F.R. C.S.I. , b. 1850; tn. 1875, Susan, d. of Henry Col-
clough Stephens, of Greenwood, Shankhill, co. Dublin ;
and has issue — (1) Richard Henry George Oulton, Gentle-
man, b. 1880 [tn. 1908, Nina, d. of Edmund Meredith
Crosse, Esq., D.L.]; (2) John Frederick Smyly Oulton,
Gentleman, b. 1886 [tn. 1913, Elsie, d. of Rev. Thomas
Greene, M.A., and has issue — Harold Oulton, Gentleman,
b. 1918 ; Kathleen ; and Eileen Marguerite] ; (3) Charles
Cameron Courtenay Oulton, Esq., Capt. (ret. ) R. Dublin
Fusiliers, B.A., T.C.D., Ministry of Finance, Egyptian
Civil Service, b. 1892 [tn. 1917, Elizabeth, d. of Thomas
Henry Maxwell, Esq., K.C., LL.D., and has had issue —
Harry Charles Neil Maxwell Oulton, Gentleman, b. 1919 ;
Antony Derek Maxwell Oulton, Gentleman, b. 1927
(Estates — Bani Adi, Banisuef; and Ibshawai, Fayam.
Res.— Suhag, Upper Egypt)]; Jane [m.T. Hume Wisdom] ;
Helen [tn. G. Agnew Small] ; and Elsie [tn. Alexander
Prentice]. Res. — 41 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin.

Courtenay Chamberlain Oulton, Gentleman, C.I. (ret.),
R.I.C., b. 1859; tn. 1897, Meta, d. of Henry Lefroy, of
Killaloe, co. Limerick, and has issue — (1) Gerald Richard
Courtenay Oulton, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; (2) Ralph Henry
Lefroy Oulton, Gentleman, b. 1903; Dorothy; Noel;
Beatrice [m. 1929, Ronald Stewart Shuel, Asst. Comrar.
Police, Nigeria]. Res. — Lismara, Greystones, co.

Feb. 6, 1876, being the second but eldest surviving son of
the late Francis John Outhwaite, Esq., Major and Lieut. -

Col. 4th Highland Light Infantry, of Craigforth, Earlsferry,
Fife, by his wife Mary Caroline, eldest dau. of John James
Harrison, Esq., of Devonshire House, Harrogate, and Sin-
derby, in the co. of Yorks., J. P. and D.L. Armorial bear-




ings — Argent, two barrulcts nebuly sable, between in chief
and in base the attires of a stag affixed to the scalp,
between two fleurs-de-lys gules. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert,
a stag lodged regardant proper, charged on the body
with two fleurs-de-lys in fesse gules, and a like fleur-de-lys
resting upon the head between the attires, and holding in
the mouth two ears of wheat or ; with the Motto, " Deo
et patria." Livery — Grey, and red waistcoat. Estates —
Bradford Moor, in the co. of Yorks. ; Lord of the Manor
of Southowram, in the same county ; Craigforth, Earls-
ferry, in the co. of Fife. Seat— Craigforth, Earlsferry,
Elie, Fife.

OUTRAM (H. Coll., 1858). Or, on a chevron embattled
between three crosses flory gules, five escallops of the first.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — Out of an Eastern crown
a demi-lion or, gorged with a wreath of laurel proper, hold-
ing between the paws a cross flory gules. Motto — ' ' Mutare
fidem nescio."

Sons of Sir Francis Boyd Outram, 2nd Bart, late

Bengal Civ. Ser. and Under-Sec. to the Govt, of the

N.W. Provinces 1858-60, served in the Indian Mutiny,

b. 1836 ; d. 1912 ; m. i860, Jane Anne, d. of Patrick

Davidson of Inchmarlo, Kincardineshire: —

Sir Francis Davidson Outram, 4th Bart. (10 Nov. 1858),

O.B.E., Major R.E. (ret.), b. 1867; m. 1st, 1893, Maud

Charlotte (d. 1913), d. of James Pope Kitchin of The

Manor House, Hampton-on-Thames ; 2nd, 1915, Isabel

Mary, d. of the late H. C. Berry ; and has issue — Marjorie

Isabella. Res. — Alfreton.Sevenoaks, Kent.

Rev. Arthur Outram, M.A. Corpus Coll., Camb. , late
Rector of Great Braxted, Kelvedon, Essex, C.M.S. Mission-
ary in India, 1897-1905, has Kaisar-i-Hind Medal, b. 1871 ;
m. 1899, Gertrude Ellen, d. of the late Henry P. Withers of
Reading; and has issue — James Ian Outram, Gentleman,
Nigerian Secretariat, b. 1902 ; Keith Davidson Outram,
Gentleman, b. 1903, Lieut. 5th Ghurkas ; and Jean Marion.
Res. — Kherwara, Swanage, Dorset.

Rev. William Outram, Vicar of Berry Pomeroy
M.A. Pembroke Coll., Camb., b. 1874; m. 1904,
Haidee Maria, d. of Henry Frederic Beaumont of Whitley
Beaumont/ Huddersfield ; and has issue — (1) Francis Henry
Outram, Gentleman, b. 1907; (2) James Richard Outram,
Gentleman, b. 191 1 ; and Eleanor Mary. Res. — Berry
Pomeroy Vicarage, nr. Totnes, Devon.


Sheriff (1927), Lt.-Col. late 4th Batt. Oxfordsh. and Bucking
hamsh. Lt.Inf., formerly Lieut. 2nd Oxfordsh. Lt. Inf. .served
Great War (despatches). Born 1878, being the eld. son of
the late Richard Ovey, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Oxford, High
Sheriff 1895, by his wife Clara, dau. of J. J. Broadbent of
Great Horton House, near Bradford, Yorks. Armorial
bearings — Vert, guttee-d'or, two bendlets sinister and
raguly, between as many mullets of six points or, pierced
of the first. Mantling vert and or. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, upon a rock proper, a lamb passant argent,
guttee-de-sang, supporting with the dexter forefoot a flag-
staff in bend sinister or, therefrom flowing a pennon of
the second, the whole within a chain in arch of the third.
Motto — "Semper eadem." Livery — Dark blue coat, dark
blue and yellow waistcoat, drab overcoat. Married,
1903, Rachel Emma, dau. of the late Capt. Abel Henry
Chapman, 19th Hussars ; and has Issue — Richard Henry
Ovey, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; Mary Rachel Lockhart ; and
Elizabeth Lockhart. Res. — Hemes, Henley-on-Thames.
Club — Junior United Service.

OWBRIDGE (H. Coll., 1902). Sable, a bridge of three
arches between three owls in chief argent, and a rose in
base of the last, barbed and seeded proper. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours.

T.D., J.P. and Alderman co. Oxford, C.C. (1925), High

upon a mount vert, a demi-lion gules, supporting the
trunk of a tree erect sprouting proper, thereon an owl
argent. Motto — " Sapientia fortis est."

Eld. son of James Owbridge, of Lincolnshire : —
The late Walter Tom Owbridge, Esq., Sheriff of King-
ston-upon-Hull (1896), b. 1843 • d- I0O 3 > m - lst - lS ^>7. Jane
(d. 1885), d. of Charles Dibb, of Kingston-upon-Hull ; 2nd,
1895, Emma, d. of Stephen Owbridge, of Davies Street,
Berkeley Square, W. ; and had issue (by 1st marriage)
— Percival Walter Owbridge, Gentleman, b. 1870; d. 1911
[m. Lucy Anne, d. of John Tate, of The Hall, Cotting-
ham ; and left issue] ; Cyril Smith Owbridge, Gentleman,
b. 1876 [m. and has issue — Reginald Cyril Neville Owbridge,
Gentleman, b. ; Mollie Evelyn ; and Phyllis Mary (Res.

— Cherry Garth, Church Road, Southbourne- on-Sea,
Hants.)] ; Maude Annie (d. 1881) ; Kate Evelyn ; Florence
Mabel ; Mabel Constance ; and Gladys May (Res. —
Brooklands, Cottingham, E. Yorks.) ; and (by 2nd
marriage) Victor William Owbridge, Gentleman, b. 1897

1482 SDtoft

[m. 1924, Dorothea Maria, eld. d. of Dr. T. Readman, of


Ragwell, E. Yorks].

Seat — The Grange, Cottingham, E.


OWEN (H. Coll., 1913.). Sable, on a chevron between
in chief two fleurs-de-lys argent and in base a saltire couped
or, three crescents gules. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a saltire as
in the arms , a boar statant sable. Motto — ■' ' Cais yr uehav . ' '
Sons of Sir Hugh Owen, G.C.B. (1899), of Voel, South-
grove, Highgate, N., Commissioner under Local Gov-
ernment Act 1899, Barr.-at-Law, Hon. Fellow of
Institute of Public Health, b. 1835 ; d. 1917 ; m. 1865,
Charlotte Elizabeth, d. of late Charles Burt of Tufnell
Park :—

Owen, Esq., b. . Res. —

Owen, Esq., b.

OWEN of Bettws (Vn. Salop, 1623). Quarterly, 1.
argent, a lion rampant sable, a canton of the second
(Owen) ; 2. argent, a cross engrailed, the ends fleuree sable,
between four Cornish choughs proper, on a chief azure, a
boar's head couped of the first (Owen) ; 3. gules, six fleurs-
de-lys, three, two, and one argent (Ireland) ; 4. per chevron
embattled azure and erminois, three eagles displayed, two
and one, each charged on the breast with an escallop all
counterchanged (Darby of Coalbrookdale).

Son of Hugh Darby Owen of Bettws Hall, co. Salop,
b. 1827; d. 1868; m. 1851, Harriet Eliza, d. of Samuel
Smith, Judge at Calicut, Malabar Coast: —
Edward Roderick Owen, Gentleman, b. 1856. Post. add.
— Bettws Hall, co. Montgomery.

OWEN of Bickley (H. Coll., 11 July 1916). Sable, a
lion rampant or, between an orle of eleven spear-heads
argent. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, an eagle perched with wings displayed sable,
holding in the beak a spear fessewise gold. Motto —
"Nerth a gwerth."

Son of Howell Owen, of Abererch, Carnarvonshire,
b. 1816 ; m. 1845, Dorothy, d. of Evan Lloyd : —

Evan Roger Owen, Gentleman, b. 1849. Res. —
North Court, Bickley, Kent. Club— Reform.

OWEN (H. Coll.) Vert, a fesse and in base a pale
argent, in chief two harps or. Mantling vert and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a rock
thereon a mountain-ash tree proper, a caltrap sable.
Son of Owen Owen, of Talsarnau, co. Merioneth : —

Owen Morgan Owen, Gentleman, b. ; m. 1894,

d. of Thomas Jones, of Grassendale, Liverpool ; and
has issue — 1 son ; 1 dau. Res. — Icknield Cottage,.
Wendover, Bucks. ; 14 Irvine Court, W.2. Club —

OWEN (H. Coll.). Per pale or and argent, a Saracen's
head affrontee erased at the neck proper, wreathed about

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