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Drax) ; on the dexter side — on a wreath of the colours,
a man's head in profile couped at the shoulders proper,
on the head a long cap barry of ten tasselled and tied
or and sable (for Ernie) ; and on the sinister side, on
a wreath of the colours, a horse passant argent (for
Plunkett). Motto—" Mort en droit."

Second son of 17th Baron Dunsany, b. 1853 ; d.
1899 ; m. 1877, Ernie Elizabeth Louisa Maria
Grosvenor, only child of Col. Francis Augustus
Plunkett Burton, Coldstream Gds. : —
Rear-Adm. the Hon. Reginald Aylmer Ranfurly
Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax, C.B., D.S.O. , b. 1880; m.
1916, Kathleen, d. of Quintin Chalmers, M.D., of London ;
and has issue— Henry Walter Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-
Drax, Esq., b. 1928 ; Kathleen Mary ; Patricia Doreen ;
Joan Elizabeth ; and Mary. Seats— Charborough Park,
Wareham, Dorset ; Ellerton Abbey, Richmond, Yorks.
Club — United Service.


POATE (H. Coll.). Or, a chevron azure, on a chief
engrailed of the second, a rose between two martlets of
the first. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of





the colours, upon a crown vallary or, a dove wings

elevated proper, between two roses gules, barbed seeded
leaved and slipped also proper. Motto — " Conabimur."

Son of Samuel Poate, of Clanneld, b. 1820; d. 1898 ;

m. 1845, Lucy Barling, d. of George Pratt, of

Havant : —
Frederick Poate, Esq., A.A., F.R.A.S. (Lond.), Sur-
veyor-General, and Chief Surveyor, New South Wales,
b. 1855 ; tn. 1882, Julia Frederica Elvina, d. of Charles
Henry Rooke, of Westwood, Essex ; and has issue —
Hugh Raymond Guy Poate, Gentleman, M.B., Ch.M.
(Sydney), F.R.C.S. (Eng.) (Res. — 225 Macquarie Street,
Sydney). Res. — Clanneld, Penkivil Street, Bondi, New
South Wales.

POCHIN(i6thcent. H. Coll. ; Vn. Leics.). Or.achevron
gules, between three horse-shoes sable. Mantling gules
and or. Crest — On a wreath of thccolours, a harpy wings
proper, full faced, and the tail twisted round the leg. Livery
— Dark blue coats, yellow and blue striped waistcoats.

Sons of William Ann Pochin, Esq., of Edmondthorpe

Hall, J. P., D.L. (High Sheriff co. Leics. 1844), b.

1820; d. 1901 ; tn. 1841, Agnes Eliza, only d. of

William Ashby of Quenby Hall, Leics. : —

George William Pochin, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Leics. (High

Sheriff 1904), J. P. Parts of Kesteven, Lines., late Lieut.

3rd Buffs (East Kent Regt.), b. 1843; tn. ist, 1870,

Marianne (d. 1896), d. of Robert Deey Barry of Fitzwilliam

Street, Dublin; 2nd, 1898, Mildred, d. of late John Nickis-

son ; and has issue (by first marr.) — Victor Robert Pochin,

Esq., J. P. Leics., Barrister-at-Law, M.A. Trin. Coll.,

Camb., b. 1879; Rhoda Mabel Hope [tn. 1894, Frederick

Arden Peacock of Cottesford Place, Lincoln, and has issue] ;

and Ethel. Seats — Barkby Hall, Leicester ; Edmondthorpe

Hall, Oakham. Clubs — Navy and Military, County


Norman Pochin, Esq., Major late 7th Roy. Fus. , b.
1846; tn. 1896, Margaret Woolaston, d. of Sir l-rederick T.
Fowke, Bart. Res. — Barkby Lodge, Barkby, Leicester.
Son of Charles Norman Pochin, Gentleman,
H.E.I.C.S., b. 1827; d. 1870; tn. ist, 1850, Diana, d.
of Sir Timothy Vansittart Stonhouse, Bart. : —
Norman Vansittart Stonhouse Pochin, Esq., J. P. Leics.,
Major late 3rd Batt. Leics. Regt., b. 1852; tn. 1880,
Hersilia Stanley (d. 1895), only child of late Thomas Stanley
Nedham of Leicester ; and has issue — Evelyn Diana Ston-
house ; and Vera Vansittart Stonhouse. Seat —

Son of Rev. Edward Norman Pochin, M.A. , Vicar of
Barkby, b. 1828; d. 1897; tn. 1856, Anna Sarah, d. of
Rev. Thomas Loveday of Ilsley, Berks. :—
Edmund Arthur Pochin, Gentleman, b. 1868; tn. 1895,

Emma, only d. of Col. Sheldrake ; and has issue — Arthur
Campbell Pochin, Gentleman, b. 1897. Res. —

Sons of Ralph George Pochin, Esq., Commander R.N.,

J. P. Leics., b. 1829; d. 1897; tn. 1855, Anna Jane (d.

1910), of Braunston Hall, Leics., eld. d. of Rev. George

Winstanley, Rector of Glenfield, and sister and coh.

of James Beaumont Winstanley of Braunston Hall : —

Major Richard Norman Winstanley, late East Surrey

Regt., b. 1864; adopted the surname of Winstanley on

succeeding to the estates of his mother ; tn. 1907, Kathleen,

d. of Capt. E. C. Dubois Phillips, R.N., of Great Crosby,

Lanes. ; and has issue — Richard Clement Innes Winstanley,

Gentleman, b. 1911; Tristram Beaumont Winstanley,

Gentleman, *. 1917 ; Pamela Mary ; Rosemary Philippa ;

Susanne Wendy. Seat—,

Francis William Birch Pochin, Gentleman, b. 1865 ; tn.
, Alice Josephine Borton of Casa Nuova, N.Z. Res. —
The Firs, Oamaru, New Zealand.

Edward Carlyon Pochin, Gentleman, M.A. (Camb.), b.
1869; tn. 1913, Annie, eldest d. of late John Bouch of
Shannon House, Workington, Cumberland. Res. — Sea-
field School, Lytham, Lanes.

POCKLINGTON (H. Coll., 22 June, 1761). Ermine.

three bends azure, on a chief or as many martlets sable.

Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the

colours, a demi-leopard rampant proper, holding in the

dexter paw an ostrich-feather argent.

Son of Rev. Roger Pocklington, M.A.," Vicar of
Walesby, Notts., and Rector of Skegness, Lines., b.
1802; d. 1880; tn. 1831, Mary, d. of George Hutton
of Carlton-on-Trent : —
Bertram Mitford Pocklington, Gentleman, b. 1835; m.

1873, Georgina, d. of George Caldwell. Res. —

Son of Lt.-Gen. Evelyn Henry Frederick Pocklington,
b. 1811 ; d. 1879; tn. ist, 1847, Barbara Campbell,
only child of A. Scott Bloomfield of Hollywood, co.
Wicklow : —
Frederick Charles Pocklington, Gentleman, late 4th

Hussars, b. 1849 ; tn. 1879, Eliza Amelia Adelaide

(d. 1894), only d. of C. P. Hoffmann ; and has issue.


H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a parrot proper (Sen-
house) ; 2 and 3, ermine, three bends azure, on a chief
or, as many martlets sable (Pocklington, 1761). Mantling
vert and or. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a
parrot proper (Senhouse) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,
a demi-leopard rampant proper, holding in the dexter paw
an ostrich-feather argent (Pocklington). Mottoes— (Below
the arms) ' ' Vae victls," (over the first crest, usually depicted
on a scroll issuing from its beak) " Deo gratias."

Sons of Humphrey Pocklington-Senhouse, Esq., J. P.
and D.L. Cumberland (High Sheriff 1892), J. P. co.
Northampton, late Col. Westmorland and Cumber-
land Yeom. Cav., b. 1843; d. 1903; tn. 1879, Florence
Catherine, eld. d. of late Turner A. Macan of Carriff,
co. Armagh, and Elstow, Bedford : —
Guy Joseph Pocklington-Senhouse, Esq., T.D., D.L.,
and J. P. (High Sheriff 1913) Cumberland, Lt.-Col. T.A.
Res., late Major Westmorland and Cumberland Imp.
Yeo., b. 1882. Seat— Netherhall, Maryport, Cumberland.
Clubs — Junior Carlton, Bath.

Roger Henry Pocklington-Senhouse, Gentleman, b. 1899.

PODE (H. Coll., 1794)— Azure, on a chevron or, between
two eagles displayed in chief argent and a lion's head erased
of the second in base, three estoiles gules. Mantling azure
and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, issuant
from clouds proper, a demi-eagle azure, collared or, wings
elevated argent, on the breast and each wing an estoile
counterchanged. Motto— " Altiora sequimur." Livery—
Dark blue, red facings.

Sons of John Duke Pode. Esq., of Slade, Ivybridge,

Devon, J. P. co. of Devon, sometime Fellow of New

Coll., Oxford, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, b. 1832; d.

1921 ; tn. i860, Augusta Boevey (d. 1900), youngest

dau. of Rev. Charles Crawley, Hon. Canon of

Gloucester, Incumbent of Flaxley, and afterwards Vicar

of Hartpury, co. Gloucester: —

Cyril Augustin Pode, Esq., M.A. (Oxon.), served Great

War as War Dept. Land Agent, gazetted Capt. 191 5,

b. 1866 ; tn. 1897, Constance Hannah, youngest dau. of the

late John Bather of the Day House, Shrewsbury, and ha




issue— Phyllis Cordelia; and Constance Alethea. Res.—
Fitzworthy, Cornwood, Devon.

Arthur Crawley Pode, Gentleman, B.A. Worcester Coll.,
Oxford, Solicitor, b. 1870. Res.— Modbury, S. Devon.

DE LA POER(U.O.). Argent, a chief indented sable.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of the
colours, a stag's head caboshed proper, attired or, and

between the attires, a crucifix of the last. Motto — "Nil
nisi cruce." Livery — White, with black facings.

Sons of Elmond James de Poher De la Poer, Esq,.

of Gurteenle Poer, in the county of Waterford, Count

de la Poer of the Papal States, J. P. and H.M. Lieut, for

co. and city of Waterford, Knight of Saint John of

Jerusalem (Malta), formerly one of the Private

Chamberlains to his Holiness the Pope, b. 1841 ; d.

1915 ; m. 1881, Mary Olivia Augusta, commonly known

as the Honourable Mary Olivia Augusta, only daughter

of the Right Honourable William Monsell, first Lord

Emly: —

John William Rivallon de Poher De la Poer, Esq.,

Count of the Papal States (August 19, 1864), and (but for

the Outlawry of John Power in 1691) established his claim

before the Committee of Privileges, March 1922, to be

Baron of Le Power and Coroghmore as male heir of the

body of Sir Richard Power [who was created a Baron,

September 13 (27 Henry VIII.), with remainder to the male

heir of his body, the title being attainted in the person of

the 9th Baron], H.M.L. co. Waterford, J. P. and High

Sheriff thereof, late Major 4th Batt. Leinster Regt., Knight

of the Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem (Malta)

(Arms as above, and on an escutcheon of pretence the arms

of Best, viz : — sable, a cinquefoil within an orle of cross

crosslets or, on a canton of the last a portcullis of the first),

b. March 10, 1882 ; m. 1907, Muriel, only surv. child of

late Capt. Hon. Robert Rainey Best ; and has issue —

Edmond Robert Arnold de Poher De la Poer, Gentleman,

b. 1911; John Piers Anthony De la Poer, Gentleman,

b. 1916; Frances Elinor Mary; Patricia; Mary Valerie

Maynell ; and DenyseYseult Mary. Seat — Gurteenle Poer,

Kilsheelan, Clonmel, Ireland. Club — Kildare Street


Edmond Alain Tr^meur de Poher De la Poer, Esq. ,
Comdr. (ret.) R.N., b. April 30, 1883 ; m. 1914, Marguerite
Kathleen Gerard, third d. of Humphrey Jeffreys Walmesley
of Inglewood House, Berks., and has issue — John Hum-
phrey Arnold de Poher De la Poer, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; and
two daus.

William Stephen Arnold Tr^meur de Poher De la Poer,
Gentleman, b. Nov. 8, 1885. Res.—

Yr. son of John Power, Esq., M.P., J.P and D.L.
co. Waterford, by his wife Frances [R.L., 1863, for

herself and descendants of her husband to revert to the
surname of De la Poer], d. of Sir John Power, 1st Bart. ,
of Kilfane : —
The late Raymond De la Poer, Esq. , J.P. and D.L. (High

Sheriff 1889) co. Kilkenny, late 15th Regt., b. 1846; m.

1873, Emily Frances Lloyd, third d. of Charles Thomas

Warde of Clopton House, co. Warwick. Seat — Kil-

cronagh, co. Kilkenny.

To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come. I, Sir
Arthur Edward Vicars, F.S.A., Ulster King of Arms and Principal
Herald of all Ireland, Knight Attendant and Registrar of the Most
Illustrious Order ot Saint Patrick, do hereby certify and declare
that the Arms above depicted, that is to say — Argent a chief in-
dented sable, do of right belong and appertain unto Edmond de
Poher de le Poer of Gurteeu le Poer in the County of Waterford,
Esquire, eleventh in male descent from Sir Richard Power, created
by Patent the 13th of September 1535 Baron of le Power and
Coroghmore, with remainder to the heirs male of his body tor ever,
as appears by the Pedigree duly registered in the Office of Arms in

In witness whereof I have subscribed these Presents and affixed
hereunto my official seal this tenth day of February, in the sixtieth
year of the rei^n of our Sovereign Lady Victoria, by the Grace of
God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen,
Defender of the Faith and so forth, and in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-seven.

{Signed) Arthur E. Vicars, Ulster.

The Supporters of the Barons of Le Poer and Coroghmore ,
namely, two angels proper, vested argent, crined and winged
or, each holding in the exterior hand a sword erect proper,
pommel and hilt or, are used, but their usage cannot be said
to be of legal authority so long as the Barony remains under



POLE. Azure, semee of fleurs-de-lys or, a lion
rampant argent, armed and langued gules. Motto—
" Pollet virtus."

Only son of Alexander Edward Pole, Esq., J. P.,

Recorder of Newcastle-on-Tyne, b. 1848 ; d. 1909 ;

m. 1873, Joanna, d. of Rev. Chas. Raikes Davy, of

Tracy Park, Glos. : —
Alexander Charles Reginald Pole, Gentleman, Lieut,
(ret.) R.A.S.C, b. 1878; m. 1918, Amy, d. of George
Treasure and widow of Albert Edwards-Webb. Res. —
1 Clifton Court, The Avenue, Bournemouth.

POLE-CAREW (R.L., H. Coll., 1772). Quarterly, 1
and 4, or, three lions passant in pale sable, armed and
langued gules (Carew) ; 2 and 3, azure, seme'e-de-lys or, a
lion rampant argent (Pole). Mantling sable and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a mast of a ship sable,
on the round top a demi-lion of the last, surrounded with
spears proper. Livery — Dark blue coat, canary waistcoat,
black knee-breeches, white serge stockings.

Sons of Lt.-Gen. Sir Reginald Pole-Carew, K.C.B.,

C.V.O., of Antony, co. Cornwall, J.P. co. Cornwall,

b. 1849 ; d. 1924 ; m. 1901, Lady Beatrice Frances

Elizabeth Butler, eldest d. of the Most Hon. the 3rd

Marquess of Ormonde, K.P. : —

Sir John Gawen Carew Pole, 12th Bart. (12 Sept. 1628),

Lieut. Coldstream Gds. , b. 1902; s. his kinsman 1926;

assumed by Deed Poll May, 1926, the name of Carew Pole

in lieu of Pole-Carew ; m. 1928, Cynthia Mary, d. of

Walter S. M. Burns, of North Mymms Park, Herts.

Seats — Antony, Torpoint, Cornwall ; Shute House, Kil-

mington, Devon. Club — Guards'.

Patrick William Butler Pole-Carew, Esq. , b. 1913.
Son of William Henry Pole-Carew, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1854, M.P. for East Cornwall, by
his wife Frances Anne, d. of John Francis Buller of
Morval : —
Charles Edward Pole-Carew, Gentleman, b. 1853; m.
1886, Ellen Henrietta, d. of William Ayshford Sanford of
Nynehead Court, co. Somerset; and has had issue — (1)
Gerald Ayshford Pole-Carew, Esq., Capt. late D.C. L.I. ),
b. 1887 [m. Eileen, d. of the late Surg.-Maj.
G. H. O'Callaghan, C.M.G., R.A.M.C. ; and has issue-
Charles Oliver Pole-Carew, Gentleman, b. 1923; and
Geraldine Frances] ; (2) Charles William Pole-Carew, Gen-
tleman, b. 1893 ; d. 1913 ; (3) Wymond Nicholas Richard
Pole-Carew, Gentleman, i. 1896 ; killed in action 1917 ;
and Frances lone [m. 1918, Maj. Roy Morell, D.S.O.,
O.B.E., of Tullochard, Inverell, New South Wales ; and
has issue]. Res. — Parkhill, Totnes, S. Devon.




in Holy Orders, a Missionary in China. Born Feb. 7,
1862, being the third son of the late Frederick Charles
Polhill-Turner, Esq., J.P., D.L., and High Sheriff 1875,
M.P. for Bedford from 1874- 1880, formerly Captain
in Carabineers (who assumed by Royal Licence, Feb. 21,
1853, in compliance with the testamentary injunction of
Frances, Lady Page Turner, the surname and arms of Tur-
ner), by his wife Emily Francis, dau. of Sir Henry Winston
Barron, Bart. Armorial bearings — Or, on a bend gules,
three crosses crosslet of the first. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — Out of a mural crown or, a hind's head proper,
between two acorn branches vert, fructed or. Married,
1st, May 9, 1888, Alice (d. 1907), dau. of J. Drake of Glou-
cester ; and has Issue — (1) Rev. Arthur Douglas Polhill,
Clerk in Holy Orders, b. 1889 [m. , Bessie, d. of Rev.

A. Phelps ; and has issue — John Polhill, Gentleman, b.
1920; Chloe; and Joy Monica (Res. — Vicarage, East
Ruston, Norfolk)]; (2)' Stanley Philip Polhill, Gentleman,
Lieut. R.F.C. , b. 1891 [m. , Evelyn, d. of F. Marcus

Wood, and has issue — Barbara and Phyllis (Post. add. —
Kinangop P.O., Naivasha, Kenya Colony]; (3) Montagu
Cecil Polhill, Gentleman, M.B. , b. 1892 [m. , Elsie, d.

of , and has issue — Peter Polhill, Gentleman, b. 1920;

Michael Polhill, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; and Wendy (Res. —
Tregonna, Gibbs Hill, Radlett, Herts.)]; (4) Theodore
Robert Polhill, Gentleman, b. 1900 (Res. — Kinangop, P.O.
Naivasha, Kenya Colony)]; 2nd, Agnes, dau. of Rev. F.
Hart of Kimberley, Notts. ; and has Issue — Violet Muriel ;
and Helen Mary. Res. — Suiting, via Wanhsien, Western

CECIL HENRY POLHILL (formerly Polhill-Turner),
Gentleman, late Lieut. 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's
Bays) ; a Protestant Missionary in China, Tibet, and
India. Born Feb. 23, i860, be ; ng the second son of
the late Frederick Charles Polhill-Turner, Esq., J. P.,
D.L., and High Sheriff 1885, M.P. for Bedford from
1874-1880, formerly Captain in Carabineers (who as-
sumed by Royal Licence, Feb. 21, 1853, in compliance
with the testamentary injunction of Frances, Lady Page
Turner, the surname and arms of Turner), by his wife
Emily Frances, dau. of Sir Henry Winston Barron, Bart.
Armorial bearings — Or, on a bend gules, three crosses
crosslet of the first. Mantling gules and or. Crest —Out
of a mural crown or, a hind's head proper, between two acorn
branches vert, fructed or. Married, May 3, 1888, Eleanor
Agnes, dau. of Dr. Marston ; and has Issue — (1) Cecil
Charles Polhill, Gentleman, b. 1890; (2) Arthur Harry
Polhill, Gentleman, b. 1891 ; Kathleen Louise; Eleanor
Agnes ; and Cicely Eileen. Seat — Howbury Hall, near

POLLARD of Castle Pollard (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and
4, argent, a chevron between three escallops azure (for
Pollard) ; 2. argent, three hempbrakes sable (for Hamp-
son) ; 3. or, a mullet azure for difference, between three
boars' heads, erased gules, armed and langued of the
second (for Urquhart). Mantling azure and argent.
Crests — (1) on a wreath of the colours, a stag trippant
argent, corned or (for Pollard) ; (2) out of a mural coronet
argent, a greyhound's head sable, gorged with a collar
gules charged with three plates (for Hampson) ; (3) on
a wreath of the colours, a demi-otter rampant proper,
crowned with an antique crown or, and gorged with a
collar of the last charged with three crescents gules (for
Urquhart). Motto—" Will well."

Only son of Charles Style Humphreys, M.D.,
M.R.C.S.,L.R.C.P.,ofActon,Middx.,ft. ; d. ;
m. 1888, Octavia Harriet, d. of William Pollard,
Esq., of Castle Pollard, co. Westmeath, J. P., D.L.,
M.P. for that co., who assumed the additional
surname and arms of Urquhart by R.L., n June,
1847, by his wife, Mary Isabella, only d. and h. of
William Urquhart, Esq., J. P., of Craigston : —
Francis James Style Pollard, Esq., of Kinturk, Castle
Pollard, J. P., D.L., b. 1896; assumed the surname of
Pollard in lieu of Humphreys by Deed Poll, 16 Jan.
1917, in compliance with the will of his uncle, Lieut.-Col.
Francis Edward Romulus Pollard- Urquhart, late of
Kinturk. Seat — Kinturk, Castle Pollard, co. West-

POLLARD, formerly of Haynford Hall (Ped. H. Coll.).
Azure, a chevron ermine between two crosses fleury in
chief and a sea-lion's head erased in base or. Mantling

azure and or. Crest — on a wreath of the colours, a stag
trippant proper, gorged with a naval crown and charged
on the shoulder with a cross fleury or. Motto — " Fortiter

Deo juvante." Livery — Light blue, with white patch on
collar, having white twist crossing it, white and blue
waistcoat, blue trousers, with white piping.

Sons of Rear-Adm. Edwin John Pollard, of Haynford
Hall, J. P. and D.L. co. Norfolk, b. 1833; d. 1909;
in. 1862, Renira (d. 1894), d. of the late Sir St. Vincent
Keene Hawkins- Whitshed, Bart, (by his wife Hon.
Elizabeth, d. of 2nd Baron Erskine) : —
James Hawkins- Whitshed Pollard, Esq., C.B., C.M.G.,
D.S.O., Major-Gen. late Royal Scots Fusiliers, has medal
and clasp for Burmah Expedition 1887, clasp for Chin-
Lushai Expedition 1889-1890, clasp lor Waziristan Ex-
pedition 1894-95, medal and clasp for Chitral Expedition
1894-95, served in South African Campaign 1899, 1900,
1901 and 1902 (Queen's medal with clasps), Tugela Heights,
Relief of Ladysmith, Cape Colony and Transvaal, and
King's medal with clasps 1901-1902 (mcnt. desp.), served
on Staff in Somaliland 1902-1904 (medal and clasp, ment.
desp.), served Great War 1914-18, on Staff, comdg. 2nd
Batt. Roy. Scots Fus. as Brig. -Gen. (despatches 7 times),
has Belgian Croix de Guerre and Order of the Crown with
palms, French Croix de Guerre with palms, 1915 Star,
G.S. and Victory Medals, b. 1866 (impales arms of Bagot,
viz : — ermine, two chevronels azure) ; m. 1st, 1899, Clare
Evelyn (d. 1917), d. of the late G. Hamilton Low, Royal
Canadian Rifles ; 2nd, 1927, Adelaide TheYese Jane
Staunton, d. of A. E. Bagot, and widow of George Barclay
Leechman ; and has issue — (1) Hamilton Hawkins- Whit-
shed Pollard, Gentleman, b. 1903 ; (2) Arthur Rodney
Erskine Pollard, Gentleman, Roy. Scots Fusiliers, b. 1906;
(3) St. Vincent Evelyn Bentinck Pollard, Gentleman, b.
1911 ; (4) James Bentinck Pollard, Gentleman, b. 1927.
Club— United Service.

Arthur Erskine St. Vincent Pollard, Esq., Capt. Border
Regt. , served in S. African Campaign 1899, 1900, 1901,
and 1902 (Queen's medal with clasps), Tugela Heights,
Relief of Ladysmith, Cape Colony, Orange Free State,
Transvaal, 1901-1902 (King's medal with clasps), b.
1869; m. 1910, Enid, d. of W. H. Wilson, late Madras
Civil Service. Res. — Eastbridge House, Crondall, Hants.
Club — Naval and Military.

POLLARD-URQUHART (R.L.). Qnarterly, 1 and 4,
or, three boars' heads erased gules, armed and langued azure,
a mullet of the last for difference (for Urquhart) ; 2.
argent, a chevron between three escallops azure (for Pol-
lard) ; 3. argent, three hemp-brakes sable (for Hampson).
Mantling gules and or. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the
colours, a demi-otter rampant proper, crowned with an




antique crown or, collared or, charged with three crescents
gules (for Urquhart) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a stag
trippant argent, horned or (for Pollard) ; 3. on a wreath of
the colours, out of a mural coronet argent, a greyhound's
head sable, collared gules, charged with three plates.
Motto—" Will well."

Son of Michael Bruce Pollard-Urquhart, Gentleman,

b. 1851; d. 1879; m. 1875, Florence Adeline (d. 1913),

d. of George Godfrey Billings : —

Michael Bruce Pollard-Urquhart, Esq., late temp. Capt.

R.A.S.C, formerly Lieut. The Cameronians, b. 1879 ; m.

1906, Natalie Ada, d. of John Edward Frampton ; and

has surv. issue : — Bruce Edward Arthur Pollard-Urquhart,

Gentleman, b. 1908 ; Florence Evelyn ; and Natalie Rachel

Adah. Seat — Craigston Castle, Turriff, N.B.

POLLEN of Redenham. Azure, on a bend cottised
or, between six lozenges argent, each charged with an
escallop sable, five escallops vert. Mantling azure and
or. Crest — A pelican wings expanded in her nest per
pale or and azure, vulning herself and feeding her
young proper, charged on the wing with a lozenge
argent, thereon an escallop sable.

Sons of Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen, 4th Bart.,
b. 1846 ; d. 1918 ; m. 1875, Frances Anne St. Albyn,
d. of William Wait, of Woodborough, Somerset : —

Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen, 5th Bart., of Redenham,
Hants. (15 May 1795). J-P- Wilts., Lieut, (ret.) Glos.
Regt., b. 1878. Res. — Rodbourne, Malmesbury. Club —
Junior Constitutional.

John Lancelot Hungerford Pollen, Esq., Lieut, late
R.F.A., b. 1884 ; tn. 1928, Muriel Edith, d. of Rev. John
Lloyd. Res. — Rodbourne, Malmesbury.

POLLEN (H. Coll.). Azure, sem£e of anchors erect, a
bend or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — Issuant out of a
naval crown or, a pelican vulning herself proper.

Sixth son of John Hungerford Pollen, Esq., F.S.A. ,

M.A. , b. 1820; d. 1902; tn. 1855, Maria (d. 1919), d.

of Rev. Charles Laprimandaye : —

Arthur Joseph Hungerford Pollen, Gentleman, M.A.

(Oxon.), Barrister-at-Law, b. 1866 ; m. 1898, Maud Beatrice,

d. of the late Sir Joseph Lawrence, Bart., and has issue —

(1) Arthur Joseph Lawrence Pollen, Gentleman, b. 1899

[m. 1926, Daphne, d. of Hon. Cecil Baring, of Lambay,

Rush, co. Dublin, and has issue — Francis Anthony Baring

Pollen, Gentleman, b. 1926; Patrick Pollen, Gentleman,

b. 1928] ; (2) John Anthony Pollen, Gentleman, b. 1900.

Res. — 32 Wilton Place, S.W.i ; The New Cottage,

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