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m. 1884, Mary Susannah Ainsworth, eldest d. of the
late Capt. William Henry Lee, R.M.L.I., by his wife
Mary Anne Lee : —
Humphrey Lee Peel, Esq., J. P. co. Carmarthen, b.
1893. Seat — Taliaris, Llandilo, co. Carmarthen.

Son of Robert Lloyd Peel, b. 1841 ; d. 1892 ; in. 1866,

Catherine, d. of Ross of Inverness : —

Lawrence Peel, Gentleman, b. 1873. Res. —



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Peg



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Younger son of William Peel, Esq., J. P. and D.L. , b.
1803; d. 1883; m. 1836, Anna Maria, d. of John
William Lloyd, of South Park, Kent, and Danyrallt,
Carmarthen: —
William Peel, Gentleman, b. 1843. Res. —

PEEL of Knowlmere (H. Coll.). Argent, three sheaves
of as many arrows proper, banded gules, on a chief azure,
a bee volant or. Mantling' gules and argent. Crest — On



an eagle displayed purpure (Ethelston). Mantling azure
and argent. Crests— 1. upon a wreath of the colours, a
demi-lion rampant argent, gorged with a collar azure,
charged with three bezants, holding between the paws a
shuttle or (Peel) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a ram's




a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant argent, gorged
with a collar azure, charged with three bezants, holding
between the paws a shuttle or. Motto — " Industria."

Sons of William Peel, Esq., of Knowlmere Manor,
J. P. Lancashire and West Riding Yorks. , b. 1844; d.
1926 ; m. 1876, Meliora Sybella (d. 1918), d. ot Henry
Philpotts of St. Clare, Torquay : —
Robert Peel, Esq., O.B.E., Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln's
Inn), M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1881 ; m. 1907, Mary Beatrice, d.
of Sir Henry Wilson Worsley- Taylor, Bart., K.C., of More-
ton Hall, Whalley, Lanes., and has issue — Four daus.
Seat — Knowlmere Manor, Clitheroe, York. Chambers —
4 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Henry Peel, Gentleman, b. 1882 ; m. 1913, Mary, only
d. of John Arthur Maconchy of Rathmore ; and has issue —
Walter Peel, Gentleman, b. ; and Cicely. Res. —

The late Lawrence Peel, Esq., Capt. P.W.O. Yorks.
Regt. , b. 1884 ; m. 1912, Hon. Ethel Laura Brooks, d. of
2nd Baron Crawshaw, and was killed in action 19 T4,
leaving issue— Geoffrey William Peel, Gentleman, b. 1913.
William Ralph Peel, Esq., D.S.O., with two Bars, Lt.-
Col. late Yorks. Regt., served Great War 1914-19, b. 1887.
Son of Jonathan Peel, Esq., J. P., of Accrington House,
and Knowlmere Manor, b. 1806 ; d. 1885 ; m. 2nd,
1838, Mary, dau. of Rev. John Wilde of Harnage,
Salop, Rector of Pontesbury and Perpetual Curate of
Albington Hussy: —
Walter Spencer Peel, Esq., J. P. West Riding Yorks. and
Lancashire, b. 1850. Seat — Crow Trees, Melling, Lanca-
shire.

Son of Augustus Peel, b. 1824 ; d. 1876 ; m. 1853,
Mary Anne, d. of Edmund Peel of Underrock, Isle of
Wight :—
Augustus Massey Peel, Gentleman, b. 1856. Res.—
Dalkeith, York Road, Babbacombe, S. Devon.

PEEL (R.L., 1857, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4,
argent, three sheaves of as many arrows proper, banded
gules, on a chief azure, a bee volant or (Peel); 2 and 3,
azure, on a pile between two cross crosslets in base argent,




head couped sable, charged with three cross crosslets or
(Ethelston). Motto—" Industria."

Sons of Edmund Peel (formerly Ethelston, Esq., of

Bryn-y-Pys, co. Flint, and Wallington Hall, Norfolk),

J. P. cos. Flint, Denbigh, Salop, and Montgomery

(High Sheriff 1858), D.L. co. Flint (High Sheriff

1870), b. 1826; d. 1903; m. 2nd, 1866, Henrietta

Margaret, d. of Sir Hugh Williams, 3rd Bart. : —

Hugh Edmund Ethelston Peel, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Flint

and Denbighsh., b. 1871; m. 1892 [impaling the arms of

Rowley-Conwy, namely: quarterly, i. and iiii., sable, on a

bend cottised argent, a rose between two annulets gules

(for Conwy) ; ii. and iii., argent, on a bend cottised gules,

three crescents or (for Rowley)], Gwladys Freda, d. of

Capt. Conwy Grenville Hercules Rowley-Conwy, Esq. , J. P.

and D.L. , of Bodrhyddan Hall, Flintsh. ; and has issue —

Edmund Owen Ethelston Peel, Esq. ,M.C, Capt. Res. of

Officers, 5th Dragoon Gds., b. 1893 [m. 1919, Violet

Margaret (who obtained a divorce 1927), d. of Sir Robert

Buchanan Jardine ; and has issue — Hugh William Jardine

Ethelston Peel, Gentleman, b. 1920]. Seats — Bryn-y-Pys,

Ellesmere, Salop; Llandrinio Hall, Llanymynech, co.

Montgomery. Clubs — Carlton, Orleans.

Ernest Ethelston Peel, Gentleman, b. 1884; m. ,

Margarita, d. of Middleton of Rosario ; and has issue —

Peel, Gentleman, b. 1912. Res. — Argentina.

PEGGE-BURNELL-SMITH-MILNES of Dunston
Hall, co. Derby (Roy. Lie, 27 Dec. 1895). Quarterly, 1.
ermine, a bear rampant sable, muzzled and gorged with a
collar or, therefrom a line reflexed over the back gules, a
canton (for distinction) of the last (Milnes) ; 2. argent, on
a bend engrailed azure between two unicorns' heads erased
gules, three fleurs-de-lvs or, in the centre chief point (for
distinction) a cross crosslet sable (Smith); 3. per fesse
indented or and argent, a lion rampant sable, all within a
bordure gules, charged with eight plates (Burnell) ; 4.
argent, a chevron between three wedges sable (Pegge).
Mantling sable and argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of
the colours, a mount vert, thereon, in front of a boar's head
couped sable, muzzled or (the neck charged for distinction
with a cross crosslet argent), a millrind gold (Milnes) ; 2.
on a wreath of the colours, a unicorn's head erased per pale
argent and azure, armed and crined or, gorged with a
ducal coronet counterchanged, charged (for distinction)



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with a cross crosslet also counterchanged (Smith) ; 3. on
a wreath of the colours, a lion's gamb erect and erased
sable, in the paw a bunch of violets proper (Burnell); 4.
on a wreath of the colours, the sun rising in splendour,
the rays sable, or, and argent (Pegge). Motto — " Fortiter
et recte."

Ygst. son of Edward Valentine Pegge-Burnell, Esq., of
Winkburn Hall and Beauchief Abbey, M.A., J. P.,
D.L., High Sheriff Notts, i860, b. 1805; d. 1878'; m.
1833, Harriet, d. of Hugh Parker of Woodthorpe, co.
Yorks. : —
Major Edward Annesley Pegge-Burnell-Smith-Milnes,
late Rifle Brigade, b. 1844. Seat — Winkburn Hall. South-
well, Notts.

PEERBHOY of Bombay (H. Coll.). Per fesse azure
and argent, in chief a tent with two poles of the last, and
in base the front of a locomotive engine between four
bees volant, two and two, in pale proper. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an anchor




erect proper, the shank surmounted by a plate bordered
with rope also proper, and charged with a crescent in base
and a mullet in chief, both azure. Motto — " Trust in
God."

Son of Peerbhoy Kadibhoy of Dhoraji : —
Sir Adamjee Peerbhoy, Kt. Bach. (1907), Sheriff ot
Bombay 1898, Kaiser-i-'Hind Gold Medallist, J. P. for
Bombay, b. . Res. — South Court, Malabar Hill,

Bombay.

PEGLER (H. Coll.). Per fesse dancett^e erminois and
gules, a pale with three lions rampant, two and one, and
as many eagles displayed, one and two, all counterchanged.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, an eagle displayed with two heads erminois,
holding in each claw a staff raguly and in either beak a
mascle gules. Motto — " Huic habeo non tibi."

Son of William Pegler, Esq., J. P. Monmouthsh. , b.

1856 ; d. 1908 ; m. 1883, Clara Annie Phillips, d. of

lames Price of The Rhadyr, Usk : —
William Pegler, Gentleman, b. 1884. Res.— The Mount,
Chepstow.

PEIRSE, see BERESFORD-PEIRSE.

PEIRSE-DUNCOMBE (Roy. Lie, 1887). Quarterly, 1
and 4, per chevron engrailed gules and argent, three talbots'
heads erased counterchanged (Duncombe) ; 2 and 3, azure,
a ducal coronet between three cross crosslets fitchee or, a
cross crosslet for distinction (Peirse). Mantling gules and



argent. Crests — 1. out of a ducal coronet, the hind leg
of a horse sable, the shoe argent (Duncombe) ; 2. on a
wreath of the colours, a cross crosslet fitchee or, sur-
mounted by a mural crown gules, the crown charged for
destinction with a cross crosslet (Peirse). Motto — "Deo
regi patriae."

Son of George Thomas Peirse-Duncombe, Esq. , for-
merly Capt. nth Hussars, and Capt. Coldstream
Gds. , b. 1825; d. 1910; m. 1853, Arabella Georgiana,
only child of Richard William Peirse of Northallerton,
co. Yorks., formerly Capt. 3rd Dragoon Guards: —
Richard Slingsby Peirse-Duncombe, Gentleman, b. 1872.



PELHAM, see ANDERSON - PELH AM
THURSBY-PELHAM.



and



PELHAM. Quarterly, r and 4, azure, three pelicans
argent, vulning themselves proper; 2 and 3, gules, two
pieces of belts with buckles erect in pale, the buckles
upwards argent. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a peacock in his pride argent.
Motto — " Vincit amor patriae."

Only surv. son of Rt. Hon. Sir Jocelyn Brudenell

Pelham, O.B.E,, 6th Earl Chichester, J.P., D.L.,

Maj. and Brev. Lieut-.Col. R. Sussex Regt. (T.A.),

b. 1871 ; d. 1926 ; m. 1898, Ruth, d. of Francis

William Buxton : —

Rt. Hon. Sir John Buxton Pelham, 8th Earl of

Chichester (23 June 1801), Baron Pelham (4 May 1762) ;

13th Bart. (22 May 161 1) [Supporters — On the dexter, a

horse of mouse colour ; on the sinister, a bear proper,

each collared with a belt argent, buckle and pendant or],

b. 1912. Seat — Stanmer, Lewes, Sussex.

Sons of Rt. Hon. Sir Francis Godolphin Pelham, 5th

Earl of Chichester, b. 1844 ; d. 1905 ; m. 1870, Hon.

Alice Carr (Res. — The Old Mill House, Falmer.

Lewes), d. of 1st Lord Wolverton : —

Hon. Henry George Godolphin Pelham, Soudan C.S.

(ret.), b. 1875 ; m. 1906, Agnes Lee, d. of T. J. Ollerhead,

of HUbury, Minehead ; and has issue — Anthony George

Pelham, Gentleman, b. 191 1 ; Joan Ursula; Beryl

Northup. Res. — Hoe Court, North Lancing, Sussex.

Club— Bath.

Hon. Anthony Ashley Ivo Pelham, Capt. R.E., b. 1879 ;
m. 1st, 1908, Muriel Spear (d. 1927), d. of Capt. G. S.
Lindeman, R.N., of Sydney, N.S.W. ; 2nd 1928, Barbara
Clare, d. of Col. J. E. D. Taunton, late D.Q.M.G. Austr.
Mil. Forces. Club— Bath.

PELHAM (R.L., 26 Oct. 1905, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1.
quarterly, i. and iiii. , azure, three pelicans vulning themselves
argent ; ii. and iii. (a coat of augmentation) gules, two pieces
of belts with buckles erect in pale, the buckles argent (for
Pelham) ; 2. the Arms of Anderson-Pelham (R.L., 1763),
quarterly, i. and iiii., the same two coats of Pelham quarterly,
ii. and iii., argent, a chevron between three crosses flory sable
(Anderson ) ; 2. the same Arms of Anderson by male descent ;
4. the same Arms of Pelham by inheritance (with many
other quarterings of Anderson and Pelham). Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours,
a peacock in his pride argent. Motto — "Vincit amor
patriae." Standard — Per fesse of his livery colours, azure
and gules. Badge — A buckle'argent. Livery — (State), Blue
coat with scarlet linings, cuffs, and collar, silver lace, and
on the shoulder a silver aiguilette with the badge em-
broidered thereon ; a scarlet waistcoat, with silver iace,
black plush breeches, with silver lace garters and tassels,
white silk stockings, silver shoe-buckles, a beaver cocked-
hat laced with silver lace and trimmings ; (Dress), Blue
cloth coat, with scarlet collar, facings, and silver buttons,
laced with silver lace on collar and cuffs, a plain scarlet
cloth waistcoat, black velvet breeches with silver lace
garters and tassels, black silk stockings, and silver shoe-
buckles.

Eld. son of Rt. Hon. Charles Maude Anderson-Pelham,
3rd Earl of Yarborough, b. 1835; d. 1875 ; m. 1858,
Lady Victoria Alexandrina Hare, d. of 4th Earl of
Listowel : —
Rt. Hon. Charles Alfred Pelham, 4th Earl of Yarborough
(30 Jan. 1837), Baron Yarborough of Yarborough, co.
Lincoln, and Baron Worsley of Appuldurcombe, in the
Isle of Wight, P.C., Knight of Justice of the Order of St.
John of Jerusalem, Vice-Adm. , of the co. of Lincoln, M.A.
(Camb. ), J. P., Lord Lieut, of Lincolnshire, Chairman of
Quarter Sessions and Alderman for Lindsey Div. [Sup-
porters — Dexter, a bay horse regardant, charged on the



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body with three ancient buckles gold ; sinister, a water-
spaniel dog regardant or, charged on the body with three
crosses flory sable], b. 1859 ; m. 1886, Rt. Hon. Marcia
Amelia Mary Lane-Fox (d. 1926), suo jure Baroness
Fauconberg and Baroness Conyers, eld. d. and coh.
of Sackville George, 12th Baron Conyers (and de jure
Baron Darcy de Knayth) [Arms of Fox — Argent, a
chevron between three foxes' heads erased gules, with many
quarterings (vide Fox) borne on an escutcheon of pretence
and also upon a lozenge on the sinister side of his achieve-
ment, the lozenge being supported by two lions azure] ; and
has surv. issue — (1) Rt. Hon. Sackville George Pelham, 8th
Baron Fauconberg and 14th Baron Conyers, M.C., J. P.,
D.L. co. Lincoln, formerly Capt. nth Hussars, served
European War 1914-19 (despatches, M.C.), b. 1888 ;
succeeded his mother in the two Baronies of Faucon-
berg and Conyers 1926 [Arms as above, a label of three



Harry Francis Pelham, Esq., b. 1905. Res.— 6 Hams-
ton House, Kensington Court Place, W.8.

4th son of 3rd Earl of Yarborough, see above : —

Major the Hon. Dudley Roger Hugh Pelham, D.S.O.,
D.L., J. P. Lines., late 10th Hussars, served in S. Africa
1899-1902, and Great War 1914-19, b. 1872; m. 1907,
Evelyn Elizabeth, youngest d. of Montagu Richard Waldo-
Sibthorpe, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Res.— North Clifton Hall,
Newark. Clubs — Cavalry, Boodle's.

PELHAM-CLINTON (R.L., 1 Dec. 1786). Quarterly,
i. quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, six cross crosslets fitchee
sable, three, two, and one, on a chief azure, two mullets or,
pierced gules (Clinton); a and 3, quarterly, i. and iiii.,
azure, three pelicans vulning themselves argent (Pelham) ;
ii and iii. (being a coat of augmentation), gules, two
buckles with pieces of belt, the buckles in chief argent; II.,




points for difference, and in addition the quarterings of
Lane-Fox (vide Fox). Supporters — Two lions rampant
azure] [m. 1919, Nancye, d. of the late Alfred Brocklehurst ;
and has issue — Hon. Diana Mary ; and Hon. June Wendy.
(Seat — Harston, Grantham)] ; (2) Hon. Marcus Herbert
Pelham, Capt. Reserve of Officers, late Lieut. 1st Life
Guards, b. 1893 [m. 1919, Hon. Pamela Douglas-Pennant,
d. of 3rd Baron Penrhyn ; and has issue — John Edward
^elham, Esq., b. 1920; and Janet Marcia Rose]. Seat —
Brocklesby Park, Lincolnshire. Town res. — 17 Arlington
Street, S.W. Clubs — Carlton, and Turf.

Son of Hon. Henry Cornwallis Pelham (3rd son of 3rd
Earl of Yarborough), b. 1868 ; d. 1924 ; m. 1892, Edith
Katharine, only d. of Col. William Arthur Roberts : —



the same arms of Clinton by male descent ; III., the same
arms of Pelham ; IV. , quarterly, 1 and 4, ermine, two
piles in point sable (Holies); 2 and 3, argent, a licr
rampant gules (Eastleigh) ; V., sable, a crescent sur-
mounted by a mullet argent (Denzill) ; VI., argent, three
chevronels sable (Archdeckne). Mantling sable and argent.
Crests — 1. out of a ducal coronet gules, a plume of five
ostrich feathers argent, banded with a line chevron ways
azure (Clinton) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a peacock in
his pride proper (Pelham). Motto — " Loyaulte' na honte."

Sons of Henry William Pelham-Clinton, Gentleman, b.
860 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1886, Mary, d. of Gen. Frederick

Green Wilkinson, C.B. : —
Henry Charles Frederick Pelham-Clinton, Esq., Capt.



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late Notts. (Sherwood Rangers) Yeo. , served Great War
1914-18, b. 1892 ; in. 1920, Dorothy, d. of Capt. J. Carlon,
R. Canadian Regt. ; and has issue— Ethne Mary. Res.—
10 Gloucester Terrace, W.

Guy Edward Pelham-Clinton, Esq., late Capt. R.E.,
b. 1894 ; m. 1918, Hermione, d. of Arthur F. C. Tolle-
mache ; and has issue— 2 sons. Res. —Trebles Holford,
Bagborough, Somerset.

PELHAM-CLINTON-HOPE (R.L., 7 Ap. 1887, H.
Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, on a chevron or, between
three bezants, as many laurel leaves slipped vert, all within
a bordure wavy argent (Hope); 2. argent, six cross
crosslets fitch^e three, two and one sable, on a chief gules,
two mullets or, pierced gules (Clinton) ; 3. quarterly, i. and
iiii. , azure, three pelicans argent, vulning themselves proper ;
li. and iii., gules, two belts in pale issuing from the base
argent (Pelham). Mantling azure and or. Crests— 1.
in the centre, on a wreath of the colours, a broken
terrestrial globe charged with a laurel leaf slipped and
surmounted by a rainbow in arch all proper, the whole
debruised by a bendlet sinister wavy ermine (Hope); 2.



as an honourable augmentation (R.L. , 17 March 1817),
on a chief wavy argent, in front of a city intended to
represent that of Algiers, a range of batteries flanked en
the sinister by a circular fortified castle, with triple battle-
ments proper, thereon two flags displayed, the one barry
wavy or and gules (indicative of the presence of the Bey
of Algiers, within the said castle), and the other of the
last ; on the dexter, and abreast of the said batteries, a ship
of the line, bearing the flag of an Admiral of the Blue
Squadron, moored also proper. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, the bow of a ship
with parts of the foremast and bowsprit standing and
appearing as a wreck on a rock, the waves breaking round
her proper, intended to represent the wreck of the
" Dutton," East Indiaman, off Plymouth Garrison. Motto
— " Deo adjuvante, fortuna sequatur."

Onlysurv.sonof Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Edward Pellew,6th
Viscount Exmouth, b. 1828 ; d. 1923; m. 1st, 1858, Eliza
(d. 1869), d. of Hon. Judge William Jay of New York :
' 2nd, 1873, Augusta, d. of Hon. Judge William Jay : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Ernest Pellew, 7th Viscount Ex-
mouth (10 Dec. 1816), Baron Exmouth(i June 1814), and a

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on the dexter, issuant from a coronet gules, five plumes
argent, banded azure (Clinton) ; 3. on the sinister, on a
wreath of the colours, a peacock in his pride proper
(Pelham). Supporters— Two greyhounds argent, collared
and lined gules.

Son of the Most Noble Henry Pelham Alexander
Pelham-Clinton-Hope, 6th Duke of Newcastle, b. 1834 ;
d. 1879; m. 1861, Henrietta Adela, d. of Henry
Thomas Hope of The Deepdeene, W. Surrey : —
The Most Noble Henry Francis Hope Pelham-Clinton-
Hope, 8th Duke of Newcastle (G.B. 17 Nov. 1766), and
15th Earl of Lincoln (Eng. 4 May, 1572), late Lieut.
Sherwood Rangers, b. 1866; m. 1st, 1894, Mary Augusta,
d. of William Yohe (from whom he obtained a divorce
1902); 2nd, 1904, Olive Muriel (d. 1912), d. of George
Thompson of Melbourne; and has issue— Henry Edward
Hugh Pelham-Clinton-Hope, commonly called Earl of
Lincoln, b. 1907 ; Lady Doris Lois ; and Lady Mary.
S<;afr— Clumber, Worksop ; Harrowlands, Dorking ; Castle
Blayney, co. Monaghan. Clubs— Bachelors', Wellington.

PELLEW (H. Coll., 1796). Gules, a lion passant
guardant, and in chief two chaplets of laurel or, and



Baronet (18 March 1796) [Supporters— Dexter, a lion guar-
dant or, navally crowned, azure, resting the sinister hind
paw upon an increscent argent ; sinister, a male figure
representing Slavery, trousers argent, striped azure, the
upper part of the body naked, holding in the sinister hand
broken chains proper, the dexter arm elevated and holding a
cross or], b. 1863; m. 1st, 1886, Margaret (d. 1922), d. of
Professor Chandler of New York ; 2nd, 1923, Mabel, d, of the
late Richard Gray, of San Francisco ; and has issue — (by 1st
wife) Hon. Anna. Res. — Anthony Place, Hindhead, Surrey.
Son of Capt. Pownoll William Pellew, b. 1837 ; d.
1827 ; m. 1867, Mary Elizabeth, d. of Rev. John
Armstrong Bagnell : —
Edward Irving Pownoll Pellew, Esq., O.B.E., B.A.
(Camb.), M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., b. 1868; m. 1902, Frances,
d. of Alfred Wells Edwards ; and has issue — Pownoll Irving
Edward Pellew, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; and Rose Mary. Res.
— Chateau de Bellevue Jurancon, Pau.

Son of Fleetwood Hugo Pellew, Gentleman, Com-
missioner of Dacca, b. 1838; d. 1906; m. 1869,
Dorothy Mary, d. of Rev. Philip Anderson :—
Fleetwood Hugo Pellew, Esq., Major late W. Yorks.
Regt., b. 1871 ; m. 1909, Violet Annie, d. of the late James



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Du Pre ; and has issue — Fleetwood Hugo Pellew, Gentle-
men, b. 1910 ; Anthony Pownoll Pellew, Gentleman, b.
1911 ; Myles Addington Pellew, Gentleman, b. 1919;
Timothy Winthrop Pellew, Gentleman, b. 1921 ; and Anne.
Res. — Arlesey House, Arlesey, Beds.

PELLATT of Toronto (Vn. Sussex 1662, Ped. H. Coll.).
Argent, two bars sable, the upper one charged with a
bezant. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, a lion passant argent, guttee-de-poix, hold-
ing in the dexter paw an acorn leaved and slipped proper.
Motto — - ' Devant si je puis."

Son of Henry Pellatt, m. Emma Mary Holland: —

Maj.-Gen. Sir Henry Mill Pellatt, Knt. Bach. (1905),
C.V.O. (1910), Trustee of Trinity Univ., a Governor of
Grace Hosp. , &c. , Hon. Col. comdg. 2nd Regt. Canadian
Infantry (Queen's Own Rifles of Canada), commanded
Canadian contingent on occasion of Coronation of King
Edward VII., in Aug. igiohe re-equipped and brought over
from Canada the whole regiment to participate with the
British Army at Aldershot and elsewhere, Pies, of the




Society of Knights Bachelor since 1910, Hon. A.D.C. to
the Duke ofConnaught, Governor-Gen. of Canada, is Knt.
of Grace of Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem ,
b. i860; m. 1882, Mary, d. of John Dobson of Bowcastle,
Cumberland; and has issue — Reginald Pellatt, Esq., Lt.-
Col. Queen's Own Rifles, of Canada, b. [m. 1927,

Catharine Welland, d. of J. P. Merritt, of Oakhill St.
Catharine's, Ontario]. Res. — Toronto, Canada ; Lake
Marie, King, Ontario.

Only son of Frederick William Pellatt, Gentleman, ot

Whetstone, Middx., b. 1835; d. 1906; m. 1857,

Marion Amy, d. of Benjamin Howson, of The Lee,

Wyersdale, Lanes. : —

Frederick Mill Pellatt, Gentleman, b. i860; m- 1897,

Franecs Maria, d. of Maberly Philips, Esq., J. P., F.S.A. ;

and has issue — Apsley Pellatt, Gentleman, b. 1898; and

Mary Meriton, L.D.S., R.C.S. (Eng.). Res.— Coombe Hill,

East Grinstead, Sussex.

PELLY of Upton. Or, on a bend engrailed azure,
between two trefoils slipped vert, three martlets argent.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — Out of a crown vallary
or, charged on the rim with three hurts, an elephant's
head argent. Motto — " Deo ducente nil nocet."

Sons of Sir John Henry Pelly, 2nd Bart., b. 1809 ;
d. 1864, by his 2nd wife, m. i860, Blanche Eliza-
beth, d. of Sir Frederick Vincent, nth Bart. : —
Sir Harold Pelly, 4th Bart., of Upton, Essex (14 Aug.
1840), J.P. Wilts., J. P., C. A. Dorset, b. 1863 ; s. his half
brother 1877 ; m. 1889, Anna Maria, d. of Maj. Robert
Poore, of Old Lodge, Salisbury ; and has issue — (1)
Harold Alwyne Pelly, Esq., M.C., Capt. 7th Queen's Own
Hussars, 6. 1893 [m. 1917, Caroline Earle, d. of the late



Richard Hey wood- Jones, of Badsworth Hall, Yorks.; and
has surv. issue — John Alwyne Pelly, Esq., b. 1918 ;
Richard Heywood Pelly, Esq, b. 1920 ; Frederick
Michael Pelly, Gentleman, b. 1926 ; and Carol Patricia
Benita [Res.— Carlton Curlieu Manor, Leicester. Club —
Cavalry) ; (2) Philip VincentPelly, Lieut, (ret.) Grenadier
Gds. (desp.), b. 1898 {Club — Guards') ; Benita Blanche
[m. 1913, Sir Thomas Evans Keith Lees, 2nd Bart. (d.
1915) (Res. — Thorngrove, Gillingham, Dorset)] ; Madeline
Annie Pamela [m. 1915, Sir John Victor Elliott Lees, 3rd
Bart. (Res. — South Lytchet Manor, Poole, Dorset)] ;
Mary Evelyn [m. 1921, Hugh Maurice Hill, Esq. ; and
has issue (Res. — Wickwar, Glos.)]. Res. — Thorngrove,
Gillingham, Dorset. C/u&— Wellington.

Arthur Norris Pelly, Lieut, (ret.) R. Sussex Regt.,
b. 1864 ; m. 1923, Helen Amy, d. of W. Laverton, Esq.,
of Leigh ton, Westbury, Wilts., and widow of Rev. George
Attwood, Rector of Bishopstow, Warminster. Res. —
Dianas, Stockton, Wilts. Club — Wellington.

Son of Charles Raymond Pelly, Gentleman, b.

1837 ; d. 1879 ; m. 1864, Louisa Catherine, d. of

Sir R. N. Hamilton, K.C.B., 6th Bart.:—

Charles Hamilton Raymond Pelly, Esq., Maj. and

Hon. Lt.-Col. R.G.A., served Great War 1914-19 ;

b. 1867 ; m. 1897, Mary, widow of Capt. Frederick

Trevitt, of Haslemere, Surrey. Res. — Houghton Manor,

Hunts.; 2 Hobart Place, S.W. Club — Junior United

Service.

Sons of Rev. Raymond Percy Pelly, M.A., Hon.

Canon of Worcester, b. 1841 ; d. 191 1 ; m. 1864,

Alice, d. of the late Col. George Larkins, Bengal

Artillery : —

Rev. Douglas Raymond Pelly, D.S.O., M.A. Camb.,



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