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Louise, d. of Sir Frederick Butterfield, of Cliffe Castle,
Keighley; and has issue — Evelyn Louis Butterfield
Pierrepont, Gentleman, b. 1924 ; Mary Venetia ; and
Frederica Rozelle. Res. — 10 Sloane Gardens, S.W.i.
Club — Junior Carlton.

missioner and Resident Magistrate for the Division of
Peddie. Born Jan. 22, 1846, being the second but eldest
surviving son of the late Henry William Hull Coleman
Piers, Deputy Superintendent of Stores (with the rank of

Major), by his wife Ann, dau. of Weakley. Armorial

bearings — Azure, three lions passant guardant in fesse be-
tween two double cottises argent. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an arm em-
bowed, vested azure, cuffed argent, the hand holding a Hag
erect. Married, Jan. 27, 1875, Agnes Jane, second dau. of
Charles F. Blakeway, Resident Magistrate, of Olive Cliff,
District of Fort Beaufort, and Resident Magistrate at
Mquanduli ; and has Issue — (1) Norman Barrington Ross
Piers, Gentleman, b. Dec. 16, 1875 ; (2) Harold Henry Ross
Piers, Gentleman, b. July 26, 1877; (3) Walter Charles
Ross Piers, Gentleman, b. Oct. 27, 1878 ; (4) Francis Arthur
Piers, Gentleman, b. Sept. 18, 1882; (5) Gerald Rumbold
Piers, d. in infancy; Evelyn Constance May; Agnes
Florence; Etheleen ; and Mary. Residence— The Resi-
dency, Peddie, Cape Colony, South Africa.

PIGE-LESCHALLAS. Per bend gules and sable, two
hearts conjoined or. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a column or,
thereon flames of fire proper, and entwined by a vine branch ,
also proper.

Sons of Henry Pig6- Leschallas, son of the late Mr. H.
Pige (assumed the name of Leschallas in 1874, under
the will of his cousin, John Leschallas of Page Green,
Tottenham, Middlesex), b. 1833; d - J 9°3 ; m - l8 74,
Alice Beaumont, d. of C. B. Rogers of Kew, Surrey: —
John Henry Pig6- Leschallas, Esq., J. P. for Argyll, late
Major 4th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, for-
merly Capt. 2nd Dragoon Guards, b. r875 ; m. 1904, Ada
Kathleen, d. of Major R. L. S. Badham of Wandsworth
Common, London ; and has issue— Ian Henry Pig£-

Leschallas, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; Richard Biden Pig<§-
Leschallas, Gentleman, b. 1911. Seats — Highams, Windle-
sham ; Glenfinart, Argyllshire. Clubs — Cavalry, Royal
Automobile, Royal Clyde Yacht.

Henry Pig^-Leschallas, Gentleman, b. iS8r. Res. —
Whitehill, Pre-tbury, Glos.

Beaumont Pige-Leschallas, Gentleman, b. r886. Res. —
Charminster House, Dorchester.

PIGGOTT of Fitzhall (Roy. Lie. 31 July 1824, H.Coll.).
Per fesse argent and sable, a lion rampant between three
pickaxes counterchanged. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, the stump of an oak
eradicated proper, thereon a greyhound sejant argent,
collared and line reflexed over the back gules, the dexter
forepaw supporting a pickaxe sable. Motto — " Propositi

Sons of Fraser Piggott, Esq., of Fitzhall, J. P. co.
Sussex, b. 1834; d. 1920; m. 1st, 1862, Fanny Mar-
garet (d. 1899), only child of George Bush of The
Priory, Clifton; 2nd, 1903, Laetitia Margaret, only
d. of Thomas Britliffe Shottowe of Harrow Weald : —
James Fraser Piggott, Gentleman, Member of the Stock
Exchange, b. 1863; m. 1897, Maria Harriet Shipman.
Seat— Fitzhall, nr. Midhurst, Sussex.

His Honour Sir George Bettesworth Piggott, K.B.E.,
formerly Judge for H.M.'s Supreme Consular Court Otto-
man Porte, b. 1867; m. ist, 1904, Amy (d. 1909), yr. d. of
Major Henry Spiller, J. P. ; 2nd, 1915, Nadine Sophie
(div.i92i),d. of Sir Reginald Proctor- Beauchamp, 5th Bart. ;
3rd, 1927, Winifred, d. of E. J. Dove, Esq., J. P. ; and has
issue— Cecilia Mary Margaret Buttesworth. Res. — 1 Albert
Gate Mansions, 203 Knightsbridge, S.W. Clubs— St.
James's, Carlton.

PIGGOTT (H. Coll., 12 Jan. 1922). Per pale gules
and azure, a chevron between three mullets or, a chief
lozengy ermine and sable. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a wolf's head erased sable, three
mullets as in the arms. Motto — " Factis non verbis."
Son of George Piggott, of The Lions, Moseley, co.
Worcester : —

Thomas Williams Piggott, Esq., J. P., and (1921) High
Sheriff co. Merioneth, b. 1861 ; m. 1891, Ellen, d. of
George Ward, of Newport, Salop. Res. — Fronaig
Llanaber, nr. Barmouth, co. Merioneth.

PIGOTT of Knapton (U.O., 1609). Ermine, three
fusils conjoined in fesse sable, on the centre one a crescent

or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of



the colours, a wolfs head erased argent, charged with a
crescent gules.

Son of Charles Berkeley Pigott, Esq., C.B., D.S.O.,

Lt.-Col. 21st Hussars, b. 1859 ; d. 1897 ; m. 1886,

Fanny Ada, d. of Rev. Wellesley Pole Pigott, Vicar

of Bemerton : —

Sir Berkeley Pigott, 4th Bart. (3 Oct. 1808), Capt.

i7/2ist Lancers, b. 1894 ; m. 1919, Christabel, d. of the

late Rev. F. W. Bowden-Smith, of Carey's, Brockenhurst ;

and has issue— Berkeley Henry Sebastian Pigott, Esq., b.

1925 ; Mary Stephanie ; and Mary Veronica. Club —


Son of Rev. Wellesley Pole Pigott, M.A., Rector of
Fugglestone-cum-Bemerton and Fovant, b. 1808 ; d.
1890; m. 2nd, 1858, Fanny, second d. of Bernard
Granville of Wellesbourne Hall, Warwickshire : —
Lt.Xol. Wellesley George Pigott, O.B.E., J. P., Essex,
late Rifle Brigade, b. 1861 ; m. 1891, Helen Louise, widow
of Capt. Frederick Ind, R.A., and only d. of Capt. Thomas
Donaldson, 3rd Hussars ; and has had issue — Gerald
Wellesley Pigott, Gentleman, 2nd Lieut. R.F.A., b. 1896 ;
killed in action 1915. Res.— The Weirs Cottage, Brocken-
hurst, Hants. Club— Army and Navy.


PIGOTT (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, per fesse
erminois and sable, three pickaxes counterchanged (Pigott
*775) I 2 - P er f esse azure an( 3 argent, three pelicans vulning

themselves counterchanged (Pelling) ; 3. gules, three demi-
lions issuant erminois (Gillery). Mantling sable and or.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a greyhound statant
per pale sable and erminois. Motto—' ' Lahore et virtute. "
Livery — Black and orange.

Eld. son of Rev. Eversfield Botry Pigott, cf Widmoor,

Hants., Clerk in Holy Orders, Rector of Ellisfield,

b. 1848 ; d. 1916 ; m. 1874, Hilda, yngst. d. of James

Campbell, Esq., of Hampton Court House, Middlesex,

and Cawley Priory, Chichester :—

Chetwynd Botry Pigott, Gentleman, b. 1877; m. 1918,

May Frideswyde, eld. d. of Henry Bickersteth Cooper, of

Forncett St. Mary, Norfolk. Res. — Wolsey Cottage,

Swallowfield, Berks.

Sons of Rev. Shreeve Botry Pigott, Rector of Banbury,
Oxon., b. 1812 ; d. 1877; m. 1839, Eliza MacMahon,
yngst. d. of Sir Francis T. C. Wilder K.C.B., M.P.,
of Binfield Manor, Berks. :-

Richard Charles Pigott, Gentleman, b. 1854. Res. —
Claud Pigott, Gentleman, b. i860 ; m. 1910, Alice
(d. 1929), widow of Barclay Watson. Res. —

PIGOT (H. Coll.). Ermine, three fusils conjoined in
fesse sable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— A wolfs
head erased sable. Motto — ' ' Tout Toys prest.

Son of Sir Robert Pigot, 4th Bart., D.L., M.P. for
Bridgnorth, b. 1801 ; d. 1891 ; m. 2nd, 1850, Emily
Georgiana Elise, d. of Samuel Yates Benyon : —
Sir George Pigot, 5th Bart. (5 Dec. 1764), b. 1850 ; m.
1879, Alice Louisa Raynsford, d. of Sir James Thompson
Mackenzie, Bart., ofGlenMuick; and hasissue— (1) Robert
Pigot, Esq., D.S.O., M.C., formerly Major and Brev. -Lt.-
Col. Rifle Brigade, ret. as Hon. Brig.-Gen. 1919, b. 1882
\tn. 191 3, Norah Beatrice Oakeley, d. of Capt. C. R.
Hargrwives, and has issue — 3 daus.j ; (2) George Douglas
Hugh Pigot, Esq., b. 1883 \m. 1910, Hersey Elizabeth,
d. of Lieut. Gerald Rivers Maltby, M.V.O., late R.N.,
and has issue — Robert Anthony Pigot, Esq., b. 1915 ; and
2 daus.] ; Eileen Marguerite Elinor [m. 1906, Lt.-Col.
Reginald Baskerville Jervis Crawford, D.S.O., late Cold-
stream Gds. , and has issue] ; and Norah Edith [m. 1918,
Victor Reginald Booth, Capt. Gordon Hdrs.]. Res.—
Essex Lodge, Windsor.

PIGOTT (U.O.). Ermine, three fusils conjoined in
fesse sable, the centre one charged with a crescent or
for difference. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a wolf's head erased argent, charged
with a crescent gules.

Son of Robert Henry Armand Pigott, Gentleman, of
Capard, b. 1830; d. 1877; m. 1861, Julia Theresa
Eleanor Ellen, d. of Edward, Baron de Sturler, of
Berne, Switzerland : — ■
Robert Edward Pigott, Gentleman, b. 1862. Seat—
Capard, Rosenallis, Queen's Co.

RICHARD NICHOLSON PIKE, Gentleman, Lieut. 6th
Batt. Rifle Brigade, Sub-Resident in N. Nigeria. Born
May 18, 1880, being the elder son of the late Major
Richard James Pike, 12th Regiment, J. P., of Glendarary
(who d. 1891), by his wife Mary Emily, second dau. of
the late Charles Todd-Naylor, Esquire. Armorial bear-
ings—He bears for Arms : Per pale or and argent, on
a chevron azure, between three trefoils slipped vert, an
escallop of the second. Upon the escutcheon is placed a
helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling azure and or ;
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, an arm
embowed in armour, gauntleted, grasping a broken pike
all proper, and charged with an escallop azure. Motto—
" Vrai a la fin." Seat— Glendarary, Achill Sound.



PILKINGTON of Prescot, Lanes. (H. Coll.). Argent,
a cross flory gules, voided of the field, between five roses in
saltire of the second, barbed and seeded proper. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours,
upon a mount and between two tufts of grass vert, a mower,
habited per pale argent and gules, holding a scythe proper.
Motto—" Now thus, now thus."

Sons of Col. William Windle Pilkington, V.D., J. P.,

D.L.,ofThe Hazels, Prescot, Lanes., Lt.-Col. and Hon.

Col., late Comdg. 2nd V.B. South Lanes. Regt., b.

1839 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1867, Sarah Louisa, dau. of Rev.

W. A. Salter of Leamington:—
Richard Austin Pilkington, Esq., J. P. for St. Helens,
b. (twin) 1871 ; m. 1903, Hon. Hope, d. of 1st Baron
Cozens-Hardy, Master of the Rolls; and has issue —
William Henry Pilkington, Gentleman, b. 1905 ; Law-
rence Herbert Austin Pilkington, Gentleman, b. 1911 ;
Roger Windle Pilkington, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; Margaret
Hope ; and Constance Cozens-Hardy. Res. — Eccleston
Grange, St. Helens, Lanes.

Alfred Cecil Pilkingt> n, Gentleman, b. 1875; m. 1901,
Olive Mary Christine, d. of Rev. E. Medley of Stoke Bishop,
Bristol ; and has issue— Edward Cecil Arnold Pilkington,
Gentleman, b, 1907 ; and Christine Mary. Res.— Briars
Hey, Rainhill, Lanes.

PILTER (H. Coll.). Per chevron argent and sable,
two pelts (or hides), in chief of the last, and a cannon
mounted on its carriage in base proper. Mantling sable




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

of a fleur-de-lys or, a dolphin naiant proper. Motto —
" Fide patiente labore."

Son of Thomas Pilter, Gentleman (son of Rev. Robert

Pilter) : —
SirJohnGeorgePilter,O.B.E.,K.t. Bach., Kt. of the Legion
of Honour, Commander of Tunisian Order of Nicham Iftikar,
Member of Board of Directors and formerly Pres. British
Chamber of Commerce, Paris ; Hon. Sec. and Treas. British
Charitable Fund, Paris ; Chairman of Hertford British
Hospital, Paris ; Vice-Chairman British Schools, Paris ;
Member Royal Commission Paris Exhibition 1900, b.
1848; m. 1874, Emily, d. of James Bowman, Esq., J. P.;
and has issue — Kate Avril [m. Andr6 Desplats of Paris];
Elsie Isabel; Mabel Winifred [m, Harry Heaney, M.D. of
Corpus Christi, Texas] ; and Grace Margaret. Res. — 23
Boulevard Beausejour, Paris. Club — St. James's.

PINCKNEY. Or, five fusils, conjoined in fesse gules,

nebuly of the second, three griffins' heads erased of the
first. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a griffin's head erased gules, collared
gold, three fusils or. Motto — " Deus nobis." Livery —
Blue, edged with yellow cord, gold hatband.

Sons of Erlysman Pinckney, Esquire, J. P. co. Wilts.,
Barrister-at-Law, b. 1838; d. 1920; m. 1st, 1870,
Frances Elizabeth Mary {d. 1889), d. of James William
Cusack, M.D. , of Knockbane, co. Galway ; 2nd, 1910,
Alice Sophia, d. of late Maj.-Gen. Henry Forster,
C. B. ,and widow of Col. G. MaunsellShewell, R. M.L.I. ,
late of Westhall, Cheltenham : —
Erlysman Charles Pinckney, Esq., J. P. co. Wilts., Chair-
man Bradford Bench 1926, served Great War as Capt.
4th Batt. Wiltshire Regt. , b. 1871 ; m. 1898, Agnes
Ponsonby, d. of Major James Wallace Dunlop Adair ;
and has issue — Erlysman Patrick Hamilton Pinckney,
Gentleman, b. 1902 ; and Frances Jeanie Helenora. Seat —
Duckmead, Bradford-on-Avon.

John Robert Hugh Pinckney, Esq., C.B.E., b. 1876;
m, 1903, Winifred, d. of James Ledger Hill of Combe
Grove, Bath; and has issue — Philip Hugh Pinckney,
Gentleman, b. 1915 ; David John Colin Pinckney, Gentle-
man, b. 1918 ; Elizabeth Mary ; Rosalie Anne ; and Diana.
Seal — Hidden Cottage, Hungerford. Clubs — Carlton,

PINE-COFFIN. Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, seme"e of
cross crosslets or, three bezants (for Coffin) ; 2 and 3,
gules, a chevron ermine between three pine-cones slipped
or (for Pine). Mantling azure and or. Crests— 1. on a
wreath of the colours, a martlet azure, charged on the
breast with two bezants in pale ; 2. on a wreath of the
colours, a pine-tree proper. Motto (for Pine) — " In tem-
pestate floresco." Livery — Dark blue, buff facings.

Sons of John Edward Pine-Coffin, Esq., Major 2nd

Batt. Loyal North Lanes. Regt., b. 1866; d. 1919 ;

?n. 1894, Louisa Gertrude Douglas, dau. of John Barre

Beresford, Esq., J. P. and D.L., of Learmont and

Ashbrook, co. Londonderry: —

Edward Claude Pine-Coffin, Esq., Capt. Indian Army,

b. 1895; m - 1920, Doris Lindsay, d. of Col. Tennant, late

Indian Army, and has issue — John Trenchard Pine-Coffin,

Gentleman, b. 1921. Estates — Portledge, Kenwith Alwing-

ton ; Goldworthy and Monkleigh Manors, co. Devon.

Seat — Portledge, near Bideford, co. Devon.

Richard Geoffrey Pine-Coffin, Gentleman, b. 1908.
Res. —

PINNELL (H. Coll.). Argent, on a chevron gules,

each charged with an ermine spot of the field, on a chief

between two falcons' heads erased in chief and a staff
raguly fessewise, thereon an eagle displayed in base, all
azure, a lion rampant or. Mantling gules and argent.




Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a staff raguly fessewise,
thereon an eagle displayed azure, holding in each claw a
hawk's bell also or. Motto — " Vultus in hostem."

Son of Henry Pinnell, Esq., J. P. Warwickshire, b.

1857; d. ; m. 1879, Mary Ellen, d. of John Hugh

Morris: —
Charles Hugh Pinnell, Gentleman, b. 1886. Res. —


Esquire, of Statfold, co. Stafford, Lieut. -Colonel
4th North Stafford Regiment, late Major 1st South
Stafford Regiment. Bom July 23, 1861, being the eldest
son of the late Francis Stafford Pipe- Wolferstan,
Esq., of Statfold, J. P., by his wife Sarah Maria Hill,
fifth dau. of William Hallowes Belli, H.E.I.C.S. Armorial
bearings— Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, a fesse wavy between
three wolves' heads erased or (for Wolferstan) ; 2 and 3,
azure, two organ-pipes in chevron between ten crosses cross-
let or (for Pipe). Mantling sable and or ; and for his Crests,
1. upon a wreath of the colours, a wolf under a tree, all
proper (for Wolferstan) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours,
a leopard's head erased or (for Pipe). Motto — " Que sera
sera." Livery — Dark blue, red facings. Married, 1st,
Jan. 19, 1897, Eleanor Grace (d. 1925), dau. of H.
Cunliffe Shawe, Esq. , J. P. , of Weddington Hall, Nuneaton ;
2nd, 1926, Dorothy, widow of Major G. S. Cary, E. Yorks.
Regt. Seat — Statfold, near Tamworth.

PIRIE-GORDON (Rematric. L.O. 21 Nov. 1903).
Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a boar's head erased sable between
three pears slipped and leaved vert (Pirie) ; 2 and 3, azure,
a fesse chequy or and of the field, between three boars' heads
erased of the second, with a mullet in chief for difference
(Gordon of Buthlaw, matric. c. 1750). Mantling vert,

of Forcett Park, Richmond, Yorks., and of Glassel

House, Kincardineshire, N.B. : —
Edward Pirie-Gordon, Esq., M.B.E., J. P. and D.L. co.
Brecknock, Knight of Grace of the Order of the Hospital
of St. John of Jerusalem in England, b. 1853 I m - 1880,
Louisa (d. 1918), d. of Rev. William Handley, M.A., oi
Muskham, Rector ofWinthorpe, Notts, [upon an escutcheon
of pretence the Arms of Handley (Granted H. Coll.,
25 Feb. 1904), viz. : Argent, a fesse invected gules between
in chief two goats sable, armed and attired or, and in
base a fusil of the third] ; and has issue— Charles Harry
Clinton Pirie-Gordon, Esq. {q.v.). Seat— Buthlaw, Aber-
deenshire. Res. — Gwernvale, Crickhowel, Brecknockshire
S. Wales.

PIRIE-GORDON (Rematric. L.O., Ap. 1917).
Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a boar's head erased sable,
between three pears slipped and leaved vert (Pirie) ;
2 and 3, azure, a fess chequy or and of the field, between

doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a fawn's
head with a sprig of a pear-tree in its mouth proper.
Motto — " Virtute non astutia." Livery— Dark green,
yellow facings.

Son of Patrick Pirie-Gordon, Esq., of Buthlaw, J. P.

Aberdeen ; m. Anne, dau. of John Michell, Esq J. P.,

three boars' heads erased of the second, with a mullet
of the same in chief for difference (Gordon of Buth-
law), the whole ensigned with a label of three points
argent, impaling sable, a lion rampant or, between three
chaplets of roses argent (Buckle, formerly of Chaceley).
Mantling vert, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his
liveries, the head of a fawn proper, biting a Turkish
crescent argent, and ensigned round the neck with a
wreath of ivy-leaves and pear-leaves all proper, clasped
with a buckle or. Badge — A bunch of two pears slipped
within an orle of two sprays of ivy all proper, the three
stalks^ conjoined at the top by a buckle or. Motto —
" Virtute et astutia."

Only son of Edward Pirie-Gordon, Esq. {q.v.) : —

Charles Harry Clinton Pirie-Gordon, Esq., D.S.C.,
Knight of Grace of the Order of the Hosp. of St. John of
Jerusalem in England, Member of the Royal Company of
Archers (King's Bodyguard for Scotland), M.A. (Oxon.),
late Lieut.-Comdr. R.N.V.R., and Lieut. -Col. ,Ch. Legion
of Honour, F.S.A., b. 1883 ; m. 1910, Mabel Alicia, only
d. of George Earle Buckle (q.v.), sometime editor of The
Times ; and has issue — Christopher Martin Pirie-Gordon,
Gentleman, b. 191 1 ; George Patrick Pirie-Gordon,
Gentleman, b. 1918. Address — 46 Addison Avenue,
Kensington, W. 1 1 . Clubs — Athenaeum, New University.

[Mr. Pirie-Gordon has by matriculation established
his right to quarter the following coats in addition to
those borne upon his shield as above — (i) Udny of
Cultercullen ; (2) Barclay of Cairness and Friendship ;
(3) Forbes of Kincardine ; (4) Logie of Middlefield ; (5)
Handley of Muskham.]




PIRIE of Johannesburg (L.O. matric, 1927). Or, three
pears slipped and leaved vert. Mantling vert, doubled or.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a fawn's head with a
sprig of a pear-tree in its mouth proper. Badge — A
bunch of pears within a wreath of pear-sprays one of which
is in blossom both proper, the two sprays are clasped in
base by a buckle or, of which the clasp is in the form of a
caduceus. Motto — " Virtute non astutia."

Only son of James Mitchell Pirie, Gentleman, of Orch-

ardtown, Udny, co. Aberdeen, b. 1846; d. 1893; m.

1st, Elsie, d. of James Hunter Harvey, of Pitgersie,

Foveran, co. Aberdeen : —
James Hunter Harvey Pirie, Esq., M.D., B.Sc, Ch.B.,
F.R.C.P., F.R.S. (Edin.), late 2nd Lieut. R.F.A., Major
R.A.M.C. (T.), Senior Lecturer in Pathology, Univ. of
Witwatersrand, Deputy Director of the South African In-
stitute for Medical Research, b. 1878 ; m. 1910, Agnes
Mabel, d. of Alexander Kerr, and has surv. issue — Derek
Hervey Pirie, Gentlman, b. 19 17 ; and Lesley. Address —
South African Institute for Medical Research, Johannes-
burg, Transvaal, S. Africa; and P.O. Box 1038, Johannes-

Pirie (L.O. June 1927). Arms, Crest and Motto as

above, a bordure inverted gules.

Third, but eld. surv. son of the Rev. Henry George
Pirie, M.A. (Aberdeen), Rector of Holy Trinity,
Dunoon, co. Argyll, and Canon of Cumbrae Cathedral,
b. 1819 ; d. 1879 ; m. 1854, Grace Phillott, d. of
Rev. John Garrett, M.A. (Trin. Coll. Dub.), Vicar of
Emlaghfad, co. Sligo, and Prebendary of Ardagh : —
Frederick Galloway Pirie, Gentleman, b. 1865 ; m. 1902,

Leura Adelaide, d. of George Caverhill Lugg, and has issue

liveries, a fawn's head with the sprig of a pear-tree in

—Gordon Frederick Pirie, Gentleman, b. 1903 ; and Leura
Margaret. Seat — Caverhill Lodge, Woodcote, Purley,
Surrey. Clubs — British Empire, Phyllis Court.

Pirie (L.O. matric, June 1927). Arms, Crest and
Motto as next above, in the chief point a crescent of the
last for difference.

Son of Maj. -Gen. William Pirie, I. A., b. 1824; d. 1879;

m. 1856, Helen Catherine Agnes, d. of Lt.-Col. Charles

Robert Hogg, 103rd Bombay Fusiliers : —

Charles Patrick William Pirie, Esq., C.B. (mil. 1916),

Maj. -Gen. (ret.) Indian Cavalry, served Afghan War 1878-

80 (medal), European War 1914-16 (despatches, C.B.),

b. 1859 ; m. 1890, Alice Ida (d. 1919), d. of Leopold Keller,

of Elm House, Hornsey, and has issue — Helen Christine

[m. 19 17, Gordon Bryan, Esq., M.C., F.R.C.S., and has

issue]; and Evelyn. Fes — 70A Ladbroke Grove, W. 11.

Club — United Service.

PIRIE (L.O., 1899). Or, a boar's head sable, between
three pears slipped vert, within a bordure engrailed gules.
Mantling sable, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his

its mouth proper ; and in an escroll over the same this

Motto — " Virtute non astutia." Livery — Black.

Eldest son of Martin Henry Pirie, Gentleman,
b. 1848; d. 1925 ; m. 1883, Lilian Frances, eldest
dau. of John Scarlett-Campbell, of 1 Queen's [Gate
Place, London, S.W. : —
Harold Victor Campbell Pirie, Gentleman, b. 1884 ;

m. 1912, Irene, d. of Francis Hogarth. Res. — .Kenya

Colony, E. Africa.

M.P. North Div. Aberdeen 1896-1918, J. P., D.L. City
of Aberdeen, Lt.-Col. (ret.) 5th Lancers and 3rd

Hussars ; served with Egyptian and Soudan Expeditions
1882-84, present at Battles of Kassassin, El Teb, and
Tamai (mentioned in despatches, medal with two clasps),




with Nile Expedition 1884-85 (mentioned in despatches,
medal with two clasps), and Great War 1914-19 (men-
tioned in despatches), was A.D.C. to Governor of
Ceylon 1890-93; is a F.R.G.S. and a D. L. for Aber-
deenshire. Born March 22, 1858, being the eldest
son of the late Gordon Pirie of Chateau de Varennes,
France, by his wife Valentine, d. of late Joseph Rousseau
de Labrosse. Armorial bearings (L.O. 1899)— Or, a
boar's head erased sable between three pears slipped vert,
within a bordure of the last, a label of three points for
difference, and impaling the arms of Forbes-Sempill, namely,
quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a chevron chequy gules and of
the field, between three bugle-horns sable, garnished and
stringed of the second ; 2 and 3, azure, a cross pat^e
fitchee or, between three boars' heads couped argent,
muzzled gules. Mantling sable and or ; and on a wreath ot
his liveries is set for Crest, a fawn's head with the sprig of a
pear-tree in its mouth proper ; and in an escroll over the same
this Motto, " Virtute non astutia." Matried, 1894, the
Hon. Evelyn Courtenay, dau. of Rt. Hon. William, Baron
Sempill ; and has Issue — (1) Patrick Taldo Pirie, Esq.,
M.C., Capt. Gordon Highlanders, b. 1897; (2) Alexander
William Pirie, Gentleman, formerly Lieut. Seaforth High-
landers, b. 1899; (3) Douglas Gordon Pirie, Gentleman, b.
1910 ; Evelyn Jean Gordon [m. 1926, Major Owen Wynne,
R.E.]; Valentine Grizel ; and Valerie Marguerite. Resi-
dence — Chateau de Varennes, Sanennieres, Maine-et-Loire,
France. Clubs — Bachelors', Royal Northern.

Indian Army, formerly of the R. M.L.I, and Artil.,
Bombay Light Cavalry, and 21st Hussars, Bengal Cavalry ;
has the Kaiser-i-Hind gold medal for public service in India,
is Joint Manager Committee of the Imperial Institute. Born
Nov. 2, 1839, being the eldest son of the late Lieut. St.

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