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the temples of the first and gules, between three lozenges of
the last. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of
the colours, upon two lozenges gules, a Saracen's head as
in the arms. Motto — " Duw ar fy rhan."

Son of John Ap Rhydderch Owen of Glenafon, b. ;
d. ; m. , Mary, d. of : —

Robert Prys Owen, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Merioneth,
(High Sheriff 1901), b. ; m. 1889, Ellen {d. 1908), d.

of the late Mrs. Henry Wood. Estate — Glenafon, Gla-
morganshire. Seat — Aelybryn, Dyffryn, Merioneth.

ARTHUR D. OWEN, Gentleman, M.D. Armorial
bearings —Azure, on a mount vert, an Ionic pillar argent,
base and capital or, supported by two lions counter-rampant
of the last. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— Upon a
wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant gules, armed
and langued azure, supporting an Ionic pillar as in the
arms. Motto — " Firmitas in caelo." Residence — Spring
Grove, Hampton-on-Thames.

F.R.I.B.A., F.R.I. A.I. Born 1855, being second surv.
son of James Higgins Owen, M.A., and Isabella, dau. of
Thomas Underhill, M.D. Armorial bearings Azure, on
a mount vert, an Ionic pillar argent, base and capital or,
supported by two lions counter-rampant of the last. Mant-
ling azure and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, a demi-lion rampant gules, armed and langued
azure, supporting an Ionic pillar as in the arms. Married,
1891, Anna Grace, dau. of Henry Brewster, C.E.; and has
Issue — Charles Brewster O'Maile Owen, Gentleman, b. 1906.
Motto—" Firmitas in caelo." Club — Junior Conservative.

Esquire, of Bron-y-Graig, Harlech, N. Wales, J. P. co.
Warwick, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (Ireland),
Consulting Surgeon to the Eye Hospital in Birmingham,
and Hon. Ophthalmic Surgeon to the General Hospital
in Birmingham, Citizen and late Liveryman of the Spectacle
Makers' Company in London. Born Sept. 5, 1843, being
eldest son of the late Rev. David Owen, by his wife Sophia,
only dau. and h. of Charles Lloyd Jefferies of Darenth, co.
Kent, and Smethwick, co. Stafford. Armorial bearings

1 and 6, argent, a lion passant sable between three fleurs-
de-lys gules (being the arms of Einion ap Seisyllt, Lord of
Ardudwy in Wales, from whom he was twenty-second in
lineal descent); 2. or, a griffin segreant vert (earlier
paternal coat, Gwyddno Goronhir) ; 3. sable, three roses




argent, barbed and seeded proper (still earlier paternal
coat, Cunedda Wiedig, King of North Wales) ; 4. sable,
three spears erect in fesse argent (still earlier paternal coat,
Padarn Peisrudd) ; 5. azure, three crowns in pale or
(earliest paternal coat, Beli Mawr, King of Britain).
Motto—" Goreu glewder galondid." [As is often the case
with ancient arms, there is no crest recorded herewith].
Married, Feb. 24, 1868, Anna, dau. of John Greene,
Surgeon, of St. George's, co. Salop; and died 1925,
leaving Issue — Lilian Emilie [m. Major George William
David Bowen Lloyd, J. P. of Brunant, co. Carmarthen, and
of 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers] ; and Blanche Anna [m.
Herbert Brend Winterbotham, Esq., J.P., of the Actrees,
Berkeley, Glos.].

OWEN HOWARD OWEN, Gentleman; obtained in
1898 a Royal Warrant to assume the name and to bear
the arms of Owen as eldest surviving representative of the
family of Owen of Orielton, co. Pembroke, and Heir-at-Law
of the late Sir William Owen-Barlow, 8th Bart, of Law-
renny, co. Pembroke. Born Jan. 6, 1862, being the eldest
son ot the late Rev. Henry Tripp, M.A., of Huntspill,
and Rector of Winford, co. Somerset, late Fellow of
Worcester College, Oxford, by his wife Anne, dau. of the
Rev. James Gould of Masiansleigh, co. Devon. Armorial
bearings — Gules, a chevron between three lions rampant
or. Motto — " Honestas optima politia." Married, 1902,
Eliza Madeleine Florence, d. of late Rev. T. Dowler, Vicar
and Rural Dean of Aldeburgh, Suffolk. Seat — Huntspill,
co. Somerset. Club— Crystal Palace.

OWEN-THOMAS (H. Coll., 9 May 1922). Quarterly
indented or and sable, in the first and fourth quarters
a squirrel holding in the forepaws an acorn gules, and in

the second and third a fleur-de-lys argent. Mantling sable
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, between the

attires of a stag or, a squirrel as in the arms. Motto —
"Ne cede malis."

Son of David Thomas, of Norton, West Cross,

co. Glamorgan : —
Arthur Owen-Thomas (formerly Thomas), Esq., Lord
of the Manors of Bishopston and Pennard, and Barony
of Ilston Gower, b. 1880. Res. — Kilvrough, co,

OWEN (H. Coll.). Vert, on a chevron between two
lions couchant in chief, and a garb in base or, three
mullets sable pierced of the field. Mantling vert and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, between two olive
branches fructed, a dove, holding in the beak an ear of
corn proper, in front of a garb fessewise or. Motto — "Y
gwir yn ben."

Sons of : —

Owen Owen, Gentleman. Res. — The Manor House,
Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead, London, N.W.

OWEN (H. Coll., 14 Nov. 1914). Per chevron or and
argent, in chief two mullets azure, in base a lion rampant
sable. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a wolf's head argent, erased gules, and charged
on the neck with an ermine spot. Motto — " Fidem Deo

Sons of William Owen, Esq., J. P., ofBurfield, Cheshire,
b. 1846; d. 1910 ; m. 1869, Margaret, d. of Henry
Segar, of Penketh Hall, Lanes. : —
Segar Segar-Owen, Esq. (q.v.)

Geoffrey Owen, Gentleman, F.R.I. B.A., b. . Postal

addresses — Palmyra Square Chambers, Warrington ; 3
Pump Court, Temple, E.C.4.


OXLEY (R.L., 18 March 1775, H. Coll.). Argent, afesse
gules between three oxen sable, armed and hoofed or.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, an ox's head as in the arms, charged with three
ermine spots gold. Motto — "Tarn aris quam aratris."
Livery — Light drab, maroon facings, silver buttons.

Sons of Adm. Charles Lister Oxley, J. P., b. 1841 ;,

d. 1920; m. 1878, Emily, eld. surv.d. of Robert Kearsley,

Esq., J. P. and D.L. , of Highfield, Ripon, formerly

M.P. for Ripon: —
Charles Oxley, Esq., J. P. Liberty of Ripon, b. 1880.
Seat— The Hall, Ripon, Yorks.

Christopher Bernard Oxley, Esq., D.S.C., Lieut. -Com-
mander (Emergency List) R.N., b. 1894 ; m. 1922, Kath-
leen Maude Eginton, d. of Charles Edward Grant, Esq. y
J. P., D.L. , of Monkcastle, Kilwinning, Ayrshire, and has
issue — Mary Elizabeth Darley ; and Myrtle Patricia
Braithwaite. Res. — -Morley, Ware, Herts. Club — Naval
and Military.

Son of Rev. William Henry Oxley, M.A. (Oxford),

Vicar of Petersham, b. 1848; d. 1924; m. 1884, Helen

Rosamond, eld. d. of Charles E. Newton, Esq., J. P.

and D.L. , of Mickleover Manor, by his first wife

Rosamond Curzon : —
Selwyn Amor Nathaniel Oxley, Gentleman, b. 1890.
Res. — 75 Victoria Road, Kensington, W.8.

Sons of Robert Darley Oxley, Esq., J. P., N. and W.

Ridings Yorks., and Liberty of Ripon, b. 1821 ; d.

1875 ; m. 1845, Harriet, 4th d. of Slingsby Duncombe,

Esq. :—
Col. Robert Henry Oxley, Gordon Highlanders (ret.), b.
1847; m. 1880, Clara Halyburton, eld. d. of Rev. H. R.
Cunnynghame ; andhassurv. issue — Muriel Cunnynghame ;
Clara Winfred ; and Cicely Hally burton. Res. — Mavins-
court, Farnham, Surrey.

Frederick James Oxley, Gentleman, b. 1855; w. and has
issue — 4 sons, 3 daus. Res. —





J. P. and D.L. , B.A. of the Univ. of Oxford, Mem-
ber of the Royal Irish Academy. Born March 23, 1864,
being the eldest son of Denis William Pack, Esq. (who
assumed the name and arms of Beresford), Captain
Royal Horse Artillery, J. P. and D.L., by his wife
Annette Caroline, only dau. of R. Clayton Browne of
Brownes Hill, in the co. of Carlow. Armorial bearings— He
bears for Arms : Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, crusily fitchee,
three fleurs-de-lys sable, within a bordure wavy pean (for
Beresford) ; 2 and 3, quarterly, sable and erminois, in the
first quarter a sword in bend sinister argent, pommel and
hilt or, encircled by a wreath of the last ; in the fourth a
cinquefoil of the third, pendent from a crimson ribbon,
bordered blue, in the centre chief a representation of the
golden cross and clasps presented to Major-General Sir
Denis Pack, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable
Order of the Bath, by His Majesty George III., in testi-
mony of his royal approbation of the signal valour dis-
played by the said Major-General Pack in divers actions
with the enemy in the Peninsula of Spain. Upon the
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling sable and argent ; and for his Crests, 1. issuant
from a mural crown or, a dragon's head per fesse wavy
argent and gules, the lower part of the neck transfixed by a
broken spear, in the mouth the remaining part of the spear
point upwards or (for Beresford) ; 2. a mural crown argent,
issuing therefrom a lion's head gules, gorged with a wreath
or (for Pack). Motto — " Nil nisi cruce." Livery — Light
drab cloth, with silver buttons, black and silver lace on
collar and cuffs, silver band on hat. Married, August
11, 1891, Alice Harriet Cromie (d. 1918), only daughter of
James Acheson Lyle, Esquire, Justice of the Peace, of
Glandore, in the county of Antrim. Estate in the county
of Carlow, inherited from Marshal Lord Berpsford. Postal
address — Fenagh House Bagnalstown. Clubs — Travel-
lers' ; Kildare Street (Dublin).

PACKE of Prestwold (H. Coll., Vn. Leics. 1681-2,
granted by Bysshe, Clarenceux). Quarterly, 1 and 4,
quarterly, sable and or, in the first quarter a cinquefoil
argent with an ermine spot on each leaf (Packe) ; 2. or, a
chevron gules, between three horse- shoes sable (Pochin) ; 3.
or, a cross vert (Hussey). Mantling sable and or. Crest
— 1. on a wreath of the colours, a lion's head erased or,
collared sable, on the collar three cinquefoils argent with
an ermine spot on each leaf ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,
upon a mount vert, a hind-lodged regardant proper, gorged
with a ducal coronet, therefrom a line reflexed over the
back or, in front of a hawthorn -tree also proper. Motto —
" Libertas sub rege pio."

Son of Hussey Packe of Prestwold Hall, co. Leicester,

and Caythorpe Hall, co. Lincoln, J. P. cos. Leicester,

Lincoln and Nottingham, D.L. co. Leicester (High

Sheriff 1877), b. 1846; d. 1908; m. 1872, Lady Alice

Wodehouse, d. of John, 1st Earl of Kimberley,

K.G. :—

Sir Edward Hussey Packe, K.B.E., J.P. and D.L. co.

Leicester (High Sheriff 1911), Assistant Private Secretary

to First Lords of the Admiralty 1901-5, and 1915-17,

and Private Secretary to First Lords of the Admiralty 1917-

19, Govt. Director, Anglo-Persian Oil Co. since 1919,

Officer Order of the Crown of Italy, Chev. Legion of

Honour, b. 1878; m. 1909, Hon. Mary Sydney Colebrooke,

elder d. of Edward, 1st Baron Colebrooke ; and has issue —

Penelope Mary ; and Ursula Sybil. Seats — Prestwold Hall.

nr. Loughborough ; Caythorpe Hall, nr. Grantham. Town

res. — 41 Charles Street, Mayfair.W. Clubs— Turf, Brooks's.

Sons of Rev. William James Packe, M.A., of Stretton

Hall and Glen, co. Leicester, Vicar of Feering. Kelve-

don, b. 1833 ; d. 1909 ; m. 1875, Margaret Lucy, d. of

Alexander Pym of The Firs, Ampthill: —

Lt.-Col. Edmund Christopher Packe, D.S.O., O.B.E.

(ret.), late Royal Fus., served in S. Africa and Great War

1914-18, J.P. co. Leicester, B.A. (Cantab.), b. 1877; m.

1908, Olivia Rachel Nora, eld. d. of late Charles Maclean

of Glenearn, co. Perth; and has surv. issue — (1) Charles

William Christopher Packe, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; (2) Robert

Julian Packe, Gentleman, b. 1913; (3) Michael St. John
Packe, Gentleman, b. 1916; and Margaret Olivia. Seats
— Stretton Hall, co. Leicester; Glen Hall, co. Leicester.

Charles James Melville Packe, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; m.
1911, Ruth Margaret, ygst.d. of late Rev. William Cornish
Hunt, Rector of Odell, Beds. ; and has issue — William
Packe, Gentleman, b. 1914; Edward Simon Packe, Gentle-
man, b. 1915. Res. — Pax, Rothley, Leicestershire.

Edward Alexander Packe, Esq., M.B. E., D.F.C., Capt.
Oxford and Bucks. L.I., served Great War 1914-18, b.
1894 ; m. 1919, Claudia, d. of the late Rev. C. W. Barclay,
M.A. , Vicar of Hertford Heath, and has issue — Anthony
Christopher Claude Packe, Gentleman, b. 1920 ; and Celia
Elizabeth. Postal address— Parkhurst, Isle of Wight.

Son of Rev. Henry Vere Packe, Rector of Lamport,

Northants., B.A. (Oxon.), b. 1826; d. 1903 ; m. 1st,

1858, Ellen Sarah, d. of Stewart Crawford Bruce: —
Vere Packe, Gentleman, b. 1862; m. 1897, Winifred,
d. of James Felton, and has had issue — Robert Christopher
Packe, Lieut. R.A.F. , b. 1899; killed on active service
19 1 8 ; Henry Vere Packe, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; and
Winifred. Seat— Geldeston Hall, Norfolk. Club — Jun.

Rev. Horace Packe, b. 1866. Res. — Dane Bridge Vicar-
age, Northwich, Cheshire.

Sons of Capt. Horatio Packe, R.N., J.P., of Guidfa, co.

Radnor, b. 1835 ; d. 1901 ; m. 1st, 1863, Mary Ann, d.

of John George Musters: —
Annesley Horace Packe, Gentleman, b. 1866 ; m. 1892,
Caroline Alicia Victoria (d. 1898), d. of Col. Henry Masters
and widow of Capt. Hon. T. O. W. Plunkett. Res.—

George Anthony Packe, Gentleman, b. 1873 • **• I 9°5.
Caroline, d. of P. C. Serocold, of Taplow Hill, Bucks., and
has issue — Anthony Horatio Packe, Gentleman, b. 1906.
Res. —

Sons of William Packe, b. 1837 ; d. 1880 ; m. 1875.

Penelope Ann Laura, eld. d. of Sir John Lennard,

Bart., of Wickham Court: —
Lt.-Col. Frederick Edward Packe, M.V.O., O.B.E. , late
Welch Regt., served S. Africa 1899-1902 (despatches,
Queen's medal, 5 clasps, King's medal, 2 clasps), and Great
War 1914-19, Equerry to Princess Beatrice since 1921, b.
1879. Res. — 13 Southwick Street, Hyde Park, W.I. Clubs
— Arthur's, Pratt's, Army and Navy.

Lt.-Col. William Vere Packe, D.S.O., late R.F.A., has
Order of the Nile, served S. Africa 1901 (Queen's medal,
2 clasps) and Great War 1914-19 (despatches, D.S.O.), b.
1881 ; m. 1921, Mary Julia, d. of A. C. Norman of The
Rookery, Bromley Common. Res.— Elmfield, Bromley
Common, Kent. Club — Arthur's.

PADDISON (H. Coll.). Or, a boar's head erased sable,
on a chief gules two fleurs-de-lys of the first. Mantling
sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
horse argent, bridled gules, supporting over the dexter
shoulder an axe, and charged on the shoulder with a
mullet of six points pierced sable.

Sons of Sir George Frederick Paddison, K.B.E.,
C.S.I., J.P. Madras, Collector and Commr. of Labour,
Madras, b. 1873 ; d. 1927; m. 1909, Eleanor Letitia,
d. of Poulter Roberts : —
Charles Anthony Maitland Paddison, Esq., b.
Res. — Westdown, The Ridgeway, Guildford.
Geoffrey Michael Paddison, Esq., b.

PAGE-TURNER (R.L., 1904, H. Coll.). Quarterly,

1 and 4, quarterly i. and iiii. , argent, a fer-de-moline
pierced sable (Turner, Visn. Leics., 1619) ; ii. and iii., azure,
a fesse indented between three martlets or (Page, 1775) ;

2 and 3, vert, on a saltire between four pheons argent,
a pomeis, en a chief engrailed or, a lion passant gules,
(Blaydes). Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a
•rreath of the colours, a lion passant guardant argent,
ducally crowned or, holding in the dexter paw a fer-de-
moline as in the arms. Motto— " Vir.cit qui patitur."

Son of Rev. b rederick Henry Marvell Blaydes, LL. D. ,

and Lis wife Fanny Maria, eld. d. of Sir Edward

George Thomas Page-Turner, Bart. : —

Frederick Augustus Page- Turner, Esq., J. P. Beds. , b. 1845 ;

m. 1874, Alice Caroline, d. of William Dyer, Physician-




Gen. H.E.I.C.S. ; and has surv. issue — (1) Hugh Gregory
Page-Turnei, Gtntleman, b. 1879; (2) Frederick Ambrose
Wilford Page - Turner, Gentleman, b. 1882; Edith
Marguerite [m. 1905, Rev. L. W. M. Green] ; Maud
Winifred Mary [m. 1905, Edwaid C. Charleton] ; Frances
Helen [m. 1911, Henry Sholto Searle Parker]; Margery,
Muriel Agnes; Cassandra Sophia [m. 1912, Lionel Oswald
Gilliat] ; and Delia Emily Louisa. Estates — Ambrosden,
Merton, and Bicester, Oxon. Res. — Ambrosden House,

PAGE (H. Coll., 25 June 1919). Argent, on a bend
engrailed, between two cross crosslets azure, three doves
argent, beaked and legged gules. Mantling azure and

argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
griffin ermine, beaked and legged gules, holding in the
dexter claw a sword proper, pommel and hilt gold, and
resting the sinister claw on a cannon ball proper. Motto
— " Spe labor levis."

Son of William Gray Page, of Ramsgate, b. 1843; d.

1923 ; tn. 1868, Caroline, d. of James Hatch, of

Chegworth, Broomfield, nr. Maidstone : —

Stanley Hatch Page, Esq., C.M.G.,T.D., F.S.I., Lieut.-

Col. R.F.A., 6. 1874 ; tn. 1899, Mary Caroline, d. of

Alvis Stapley, of Maidstone ; and has issue — William

Stanley Page, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; Kenneth Alvis Page,

Gentleman, b. 1904 ; George Cedric Page, Gentleman,

b. 1905 ; Audrey Mary ; Sibylla ; Kate Joan. Res. —

Tancrey House, Vale Square, Ramsgate. Club — Royal

Temple Yacht.

PAGET (R.L., 29 Jan., 1770, H. Coll.). Quarterly,
1. sable, on a cross engrailed between four eagles displayed
argent, five lions passant guardant of the field (Paget) ; a.
gules, a chevron vair between three martlets or (Bayly by
male descent) ; 3. barry of four ermine and or, a lion
rampant azure (Bagenal) ; 4. argent, crusily azure, three
talbots' heads erased sable, langued gules (Hall) ; 5. gules,
three narcissus flowers argent (Lambert) ; 6. the same arms
of Paget by inheritance ; 7 argent, two bars gules, on a

a canton of the last, a cinquefoil or (Preston). Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
demi-heraldic tiger sable, maned, ducally gorged and
tufted argent. Motto — " Per il suo contrario."

Sons of Lord Alexander Victor Paget, b. 1839; d.
1896 ; m. 1880, Hon. Hester Alice Stapleton Cotton : —
Most Hon. Sir Charles Henry Alexander Paget, G.C.V.O.,
6th Marquess of Anglesey ( U. K. , 4 July 1815) ; 7th Earl of
Uxbridge (G.B. , 19 May 1784) ; 15th Baron Paget (Eng., 23
Jan. 1552) and 9th Bart. (G.B. , 4 July 1730) ; D.L.^nglesey,
Capt. Res. of Officers, R.H.G., Lord Chamberlain to Queen
Mary since 1922, served Great War 1914-18, has Order ot
the Nile, 4th Class [Supporters — Two heraldic tigers,
sable, ducally gorged, tufted and maned argent], b. 1885 ;
tn. 1922, Lady Victoria Marjorie Harriet Manners, d.
of 8th Duke of Rutland; and has issue — George Charles
Henry Victor Paget, commonly called Earl of Uxbridge, b.
1922 ; Lady Alexandra]Mary Caroline Cecilia ; Lady Eliza-
beth Hester Mary ; Lady Mary Patricia Beatrice Rose ;
Lady Rose Mary Primrose ; and Lady Katharine Mary
Veronica. Seats — Beau Desert, Rugeley, Staffordshire ;
Plas Newydd, Isle of Anglesey. Town res. — 170 Queen's
Gate, S.W.7. Clubs— Carlton, Turf.

Lord Victor William Paget, M.C. (warrant of precedency
as son of a marquis, 1906), Capt. Res. of Officers, K.H.G.,
served Great War, b. 1889 ; m. 1st, 1913, Olive May (who
obtained a divorce 1921), d. of George Meatyard ; 2nd,
1922, Hon. Bridget Colebrooke, d. of 1st Lord Colebrooke,
and has issue (by 1st wife) — Henry Alexander Reginald
Paget, Esq., b. 1914 ; and Peggy Hester Pauline; (by
2nd wife) — Nicholas David Paget, Esq.,0. 1924; and Ann.
Res.— 58 Avenue Road, Regent's Park, N.W.8. Club —

Son of Lord Berkeley Charles Sydney Paget, late Hon.

Major Staffordshire Imp. Cav. , b. 1844; d. 1913; tn.

1877, Florence, d. of William Henry Chetwynd, of

Longdon Hall, co. Stafford: —

Rowland Edward Paget, Esq., Maj. 21st Batt. K.R.R.C,

late Lieut. Sussex Regt. , b. 1878; m. 1913, Maude, d. of

R. Cran of Vancouver, British Columbia, and has issue —

William Edward Sydney Paget, Esq. , b. 1916. Res. —

Son of the Rt. Hon. Lord Clarence Edward Paget,
P.C., G.C.B., Adm. R.N., b. 1811 ; d. 1895; m. 1852,
Martha Stuart (d. 1895), d. of Adm. Sir Robert Walter
Otway, Bart., G.C.B. :—
Fitzroy Richard Clarence Paget, Esq., late Capt. 3rd
Batt. Leicestershire Regt. , b. 1853. Res. —

Sons of Gen. Lord Alfred Henry Paget, C.B.,M.P.,
b. 1816; d. 1888; tn. 1847, Cecila, d. and coh. of the
late G. T. Wyndham, of Cromer Hall:—
Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Henry FitzRoy Paget, P.C.G.C.B.,
K.C.V.O., Gen. in the Army, Col. E. Kent Regt. late
comdg. 1st Scots Guards, C.-in-C. Ireland 1912-14, King
of Arms of the Order of the British Empire since 1918,
A.D.C. to King George 1910-14, b. 1851 ; tn. 1878, Mary,
Lady of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of
Jerusalem in England (d. 1919), d. ofParan Stevens of New
York, U.S.A. ; and has had issue — (1) Albert Edward
Sydney Louis Paget, Esq., M.V.O., Capt. and Brev. Lt.-
Col. nth Hussars, b. 1879, H.M. the King, Sponsor; d.
on active service 1917 ; (2) Arthur Wyndham Lewis Paget,
Esq., M.C, Capt. Irish Gds. (S.R.), b. (twin) 1888 [m.
1928, Rosemary, d. of Brig.-Gen. Noel Lowry.Corry,
D.S.O.]; (3) Wyndham Reginald Paget, Esq., Capt.
late Irish Gds., b. (twin) 1888 [m. 1921, Minnie Louise, d.
of G. A. Claussenius of Chicago, and widow of Laurens
Rider of New York ; and Dame Louisa Margaret Leila
Wemyss, G.B.E. [tn. 1908, Rt. Hon. Sir Ralph Spencer
Paget, P.C., K.C.M.G., C.V.O.]. Res.— Warren House,
Coombe Wood, Kingston Hill, Surrey. Club — Turf.

George Thomas Cavendish Paget, Esq., late Major Imp.
Yeo. .raised Paget's Horse, 1900, b. 1853 ; m. 1916, Dorothy
St. Vincent (from whom he obtained a divorce 1922), d. of
Edward St. Vincent Parker- Jei vis. Res. — 1 Gardner
Mansions, Hampstead. Club — Travellers'.

Rt. Hon. Sir Almeric Hugh Paget, G.B.E. , 1st Baron
Queenborough, of Queenborough, Kent (24 Jan. 1918)
[Supporters — On either side a sailor, habited in the
costume of the Royal Thames Yacht Club (period 1840),
supporting with the exterior hand a flag argent, charged
with a cross patee gules, within a bordure azure. Livery
— Blue, with orange facings], J.P. London and
Suffolk, Hon. Fellow Corpus Christi Coll., Cambridge,
M.P. Cambridge 1910-17 ; Knt. of Justice of the
Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in
England, President National Unionist Assoc. 19278,





and of Eastern Provincial Div. since i909>
President, Miller Gen. Hosp. and Governor Guy's Hosp.,
Treasurer League of Nations Union, b. 1861 ; tn. 1st,
1895, Pauline (d. 1916), d. of the late Hon. William
Whitney, Sec. of State, U.S.A. Navy ; and, 1921, Edith,
d. of William Starr Miller, of New York ; and has issue
(by 1st marriage) — Hon. Olive Cecilia [tn. 1st, 1919, Hon.

Charles John Winn (whom she divorced 1925); 2nd,
1925, Arthur Wilson Filmer, son of Capt. Stanley
Wilson of Tranby Croft, Hull, and has issue] ; Hon.
Dorothy Wyndham ; (by 2nd marriage) — Hon. Audrey
Elizabeth ; Hon. Enid Louise ; Hon. Cicili Carol.
Seats— Canfield Place, Hatfield ; Soham House, New-
market. Town Res. — 39 Berkeley Square, W.i. Clubs
— Turf, Carlton, Beefsteak.

Son of Gen. Lord George Augustus Frederick Paget,

K.C.B., b. 1818; d. 1880; m. ist, 1854, Agnes

Charlotte (d. 1858), d. of Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Paget,

P.C., G.C.B. :—

Cecil Stratford Paget, Esq., late Capt. 5th Batt. King's

Royal Rifle Corps, b. 1856; tn. 1882, Mary Frances, d. of

James Hay Erskine Wemyss of Wemyss ; and has surv.

issue — (1) Louis George Paget, Esq., A.F.C., Flight-Lieut.

R.A.F. , b. 1891; and Agnes Millicent Augusta Dorothy

Canning. Res. —

Son of Arthur Cecil Henry Paget, Esq., Vice-Adm.R.N. ,
b. 1839 ; d. 1924 ; tn. 1870, Sophia Caroline, d. of Rev.
Charles Bushe: —
Stewart Charles Augustus Paget, Esq., b. 1872. Res. —
3 Alexandra Road, Walmer, Kent.

Sons of Rt. Hon. Sir Augustus Berkeley Paget, P.C. ,

G.C. B. , b. 1823; d. 1896; m. i860, Countess Walburga

Ehrengarde Helena, d. of Count de Hohenthal : —

Rt. Hon. Sir Ralph Spencer Paget, P.C, K.C.M.G.,

C.V.O. , Charge d' Affaires Bangkok 1902-4, Envoy Extraor.

and Min. Plen. there 1904-9, Min. Resident at Munich

1909-10, Envoy Extraor. and Min. Plen. at Belgrade 1910-

13, Assist. Under-Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs 1913-

16, Envoy Extra, and Min. Plen. to Denmark 1916-18,

Ambassador Extraor. and Min. Plen. Rio de Janeiro 1918-20,

b. 1864 ; tn. 1907, Dame Louisa Margaret Leila Wemyss,

G.B.E., d. of the late Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Fitz Roy Paget,

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