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1856 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1887, Helen Louisa, d. of Col. lohn

S. Howard : —

Arthur Thomas Kavanagh, Esq., M.C., Major late 7th

Hussars, b. 1888 ; tn. 1914, Alice, d. of the late S. Buxton, of

Catton Hall, Norwich; and has issue — 3 daus. Seats —



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Brows' House, co. Carlow; Ballyragget House, co. Kil
kenny. Clubs— Bath, Cavalry, Kildare Street (Dublin.)
Dermot Kavanagh, Gentleman, b. 1890.

Sons of Morgan Butler Kavanagh, Esq., J. P., of Seville
Lodge, co. Kilkenny, and Merrion Square, Dublin,
Barr.-at-Law, b. 1845 ; d. 1882 ; m. 1875, Katie, only
surviving child of Eugene Shine of Seville Lodge : —
Mcrgan Butler Kavanagh, Gentleman, b. 1876.
Eugene Rupert Kavanagh, Gentleman, b. 1878. Res. —
Henry Kavanagh, Gentleman, b. 1879. Res. —
Walter Kavanagh, Gentleman, b. 1880. Res. —



KAY-MENZIES (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules,
two swords in saltire points upwards proper, pommels and
hilts or, on a chief invected argent, three roses of the field
barbed and seeded proper (for Menzies) ; 2 and 3, argent,
within two bendlets engrailed an annulet between two
crescents all sable (for Kay). Crests — 1. On a wreath




argent and gules, in front of a Saracen's head affronted and
erased, wreathed about the temples with laurel proper, two
spears saltirewise also proper, surmounted by a rose as in
the arms (for Menzies) ; 2. on a wreaih of the colours,
within the horns of a crescent azure, a goldfinch between
two branches of laurel proper (for Kay). Motto— " Vil
God I zal."

Eldest son of John Menzies, of Aberfeldy, b. 1846 ; d.

1907; m. 187a, Edith Madeline, d. of Thomas Kay,

of Pigeon Bay, New Zealand : —
Arthur William Kay-Menzies, Gentle-nan, b. 1874 ; m.
1900, Helen, d. of Robert Turner, Esq., J. P., of Rochdale,
and has issue — Neil Kay-Menzies, Gentleman, b. 1903;
Stewart Kay-Menzies, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; and Helen
Vivien. ./?«.— Roylelands, Rochdale. Club— Junior Army
and Navy.



KAY (H. Coll.). Argent, three ermine spots between
two bendlets sable, the whole between two crescents
azure.

Daus. and coheirs of Sir Edward Ebenezer Kay, a
Judge of the High Court of Justice, J. P. Norfolk, M.A.
(Camb.), b. 1822; d. 1897 ; m. 1850, Mary Valence, d.
of late Rev. William French, D.D., Master of Jesus
Coll., Camb., and Canon of Ely : —
Eva Mary Valence Kav. Res.— Thorpe Abbotts, Scole,
Norfolk.

Marion Annie Catharine Kay. Res.— Thorpe Abbotts,
Scole, Norfolk.

Sons of Thomas Kay, b. ; d. ; m. ; —

/issue in New Zealand.



KAY (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend engrailed azure
between two griffins' heads erased gules, an annulet between
two crescents or, on a canton ermine, a martlet sable.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a griffin's head erased erminois, collared azure,
charged with three crescents and holding in the beak a key
or. Motto — " Fidem parit integritas."

Issue of the late Lt.-Col. Sir William Algernon Kay,

5th Bart., late 68th Regt. , b. 1837; d. 1914 ; m.

1869, Emily, d. of Thomas James Ireland of Ousden

Hall, Suffolk:—
The late Brig.-Gen. Sir William Algernon Ii eland Kay,
6th Bart. (5 Dec. 1803), Major and Brev. Lt.-Col. King's
Royal Rifle Corps, b. 1876 ; killed in action 1918.

Annie Evelyn Ireland ; m. 1921, Timothy O'Keefe. Res.
Cowper House, Dover.

THOMAS KAY, Esquire, J. P. Cheshire and Stock-
port, Mayor 1912-13, b. 1841. Armorial bearings — Per
pale gules and or, two bendlets dovetailed, between a
key, the wards upward and to the dexter, in chief, and a
mascle in base, all counterchanged. Mantling gules and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an eagle's head
argent, erased gules, holding in the beak a key in bend, the
wards downwards, azure, within a chain in arch or. Motto
— " Clavis felicitatis labor." Married, 1866, Helen d. of
James Downes, Esq., J. P. ; and has issue — Harold Kay,
Gentleman, d. 1913 \rn. and lelt issue, Alice Hilda and
Helena Winifred Victoria]. Estates — Marple and Torking-
ton, both in Cheshire. Postal address— Moorfield, Stock-
port.

KAYE, sea LISTER-KAYE.

KAYE of Huddersfield (H. Coll.). Or, a bend cottised
invected between two escutcheons sable, each charged
with a rose argent, barbed and seeded proper.- Mant-
ling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
upon a staff raguly fessewise or, a goldfinch proper,
holding in the beak a rose argent barbed, seeded, leaved,
and slipped proper. Badge — A sprig of rose proper,
the flower argent, and a sprig of bluebell also proper in
saltire, enfiled with a circlet or. Motto — " Spectemur
agendo."

Only son of Sir Joseph Henry Kaye, 1st Bart., of
Norwood, Huddersfield, b. 1856 ; d. 1923 ; m. 1885,
Emily, d. of Alfred Crowther, J. P., of Greenhead,
Huddersfield : —
Sir Henry Gordon Kaye, 2nd Bart., of Huddersfield,
(8 Mar. 1923;, J. P., Capt. (ret.) K.O.Y.L.I., and Flight
Comdr. R.F.C., M.A. Oxford, b. 1889 ; m. 1916, Winifred,
d. of the late W. Scales, of Verwood, Bradford ; and
has issue — Stephen Henry Gordon Kaye, Esq., b. 1917 ;
David Alexander Gordon Kaye, Esq., b. 1919 ; Brian
Joseph Gordon Kaye, Esq., b. 1920. Res. — Norwood
Huddersfield.

KAY-SHU ITLEWORTH (R.L., 14 Feb. 1842, H.
Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, three weavers' shuttles
sable, tipped and furnished with quills of yarn or (Shuttle-
worth) ; 2 and 3, argent, three ermine spots between two
bendlets sable, the whole between two crescents azure
(Kay). Mantling sable and argent. Crests — 1. upon a
wreath of the colours, a cubit arm in armour proper,
grasping in the gauntlet a shuttle as in the arms (Shuttle-
worth); 2. upon a wreath of the colours, on a crescent or,
a goldfinch proper (Kay). Motto — "Kynd kynn knawne
kepe." Livery— Dark green.

Sons of Sir James Phillips Kay-Shuttleworth, 1st Bart. ,

J.P., D.L. (High Sheriff Lanes. 1864), b. 1804; d.

1877 ; m. 1842, Janet, only child and heir of Robert

Shuttleworth, Esq., ofGawthorpe: —
Rt. Hon. Sir Ughtred James Kay-Shuttleworth, 1st
Baron Shuttleworth (16 July 1902), 2nd Bart. (22 Dec.
1849), P.C. , Lord-Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum for Lanes,
from 1908, J. P. cos. Lanes, and Westmorland, Hon. Col.
1st East Lanes. Brigade R.F.A. from 1910, M.P. for
Hastings 1869-80 and for N.E. Lanes. 1883-1902. [Sup-
porters — Dexter, a weaver habited in cap and apron
proper, holding in his exterior hand a shuttle as in the
arms; sinister, a seaman, habited and holding in his
exterior hand a ship's lamp all proper], b. 1844 ; m.
187 1, Blanche Marion, d. of Sir Woodbine Parish,
K.C.H. ; and has had issue— (1) Hon. Lawrence Ughtred
Kay-Shuttleworth, Capt. R.F.A. , b. 1887 ; killed in action,
1917 [m. 1913, Selina Adnie, only d. of Col. the Hon. F. C.



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Bridgeman ; and left issue — Richard Ughtred Paul Kay-
Shuttleworth, Esq., b. 1913; Ronald Orlando Lawrence
Kay-Shuttleworth, Esq., b. 1917 ; and Rosemary Florence
Angela] ; (2) Hon. Edward James Kay-Shuttleworth, Capt.
Rifle Bde. , b. 1890 ; killed on active service 1917 [m. 1914,
Sibell Eleanor Maude, d. of Charles Adeane, of Babraham,
Cambridge, and left issue— Charles Ughtred John Kay-
Shuttleworth, Esq. , b. 1917 ; and Pamela] ; Hon. Angela
Mary [m. 1899, Col. B. R. James, and has issue] ; Hon.



Robert Lumley Keane, Gentleman, b. 1910. Res. —
Fortwilliam, Lismore, co. Waterford.

Son of Leopold George Frederick Keane, Esq., C.B. ,

b. 1818; d. 1898; m. 1844, Lharlotte French, d. of

Ven. Henry Cotton, Archueacon of Cashel : —

Frederick Henry Keane, Gentleman, M.E., b. 1857; m.

1893, Elizabeth, only d. of William H. Penrose of Lang-

hane, co. Cork, and of Dedham, Essex ; and has issue —

Frederick William Leopold Keane, Gentleman, b. 1897.

Res. — Penticton, British Columbia.








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Nina Louisa [m. 1910, Eustace Gilbert Hills, K.C. , Barr.-
at-Law, and has issue]; Hon. Rachel Beatrice ; and Hon.
Catherine Blanche [m. 1917, Charles Symonds Leaf, Lieut,
late The Buffs, and has issue]. Seats— Gawthorpe Hall,
Burnley; Barbon Manor, Kirkby Lonsdale. Clubs — Refcrm,
Athenaeum, National Liberal, Reform (Manchester), Union
(Manchester).

Robert Kay-Shuttleworth, Esq., b. 1847; m. 1896, Ethel
Clementina, d. of Alfred John Freeman, M.D. , of San
Remo, Italy; and has issue — Helen Victoria. Clubs —
Athenaeum, Reform, National Liberal.

KEANE (U.O., 8 March 1801). Gules, three salmon
naiant in pale argent. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cat-a-mountain sejant
proper, holding in his dexter paw a banner of the Union of
Great Britain. Motto — " Felis demulcta mitis."

Sons of Sir Richard Francis Keane, 4th Bait., D. L.

(High Sheriff co. Waterford 1882), b. 1845; d. 1892;

m. 1872, Adelaide Sidney, d. of John Vance, M.P. : —
Sir John Keane, D.S. O. , 5th Bart. , of Cappoquin House,
co. Waterford (1 Aug. 1801), late Col. R.F.A., served
Great War (D.S. O. , Legion of Honour), Barr.-at-Law,
b. 1873; tn. 1907, Lady Eleanor Lucy Hicks Beach,
eld. d. of Earl St. Aldwyn ; and has issue — Richard Michael
Keane, Esq., b. 1909; Adelaide Mary; Sheila; and
Madeleine Lucy. Res. — Cappoquin House, co. Waterford.
Town res. — 46 Hamilton Terrace, N.W.8. Clubs — Army
and Navy, Kildare Street (Dublin).

George Michael Keane, Esq., Capt. R.N. (ret.), b. 1875 ;
m. 1909, Violet Ada, d. of Theodore M'Kenna of Portland
Place, W. ; and has issue — Anne Patricia. Res. — Bennetts
End, Hemel Hempstead, Herts. Club — United Service.

Son of Richard Henry Keane, Esq., C.B. E. , Lt.-Col.

comdg. Transport Workers Batt. , b. 1881; d. 1925;

m. 1906, Alice Gabriel, yr. d. of Judge Lumley

Smith, K.C. :—



KEANE (U.O.). Quarterly gules and or, in the first and
fourth quarters a salmon naiant argent, in the second and
third a tree vert. Mantling gules and or. Crest — Upon
a wreath of the colours, a wild cat rampant guardant pro-
per, gorged with an antique Irish crown or, charged on the
shoulder with a trefoil vert. Motto — "Felis demulcta
mitis."

Sons of Marcus Keane, Esq., J. P., of Beech Park, b.

1815 ; d. 1883 ; m. 1847, Louisa Isabella, d. of Nicholas

Westby:—
Marcus Thomas Francis Keane, Esq., J. P. and D. L.
(High Sheriff 1905) co. Clare, b. 1854, m. 1903, Henrietta
Mary, d. of late Major William Mills Molony, D.L. , of
Kiltanon, co. Clare ; and has issue — Marcus William
Keane, Lieut. E. Surrey Regt., b. 1906; and Helen Louise.
Seat<: — Beech Park, Ennis ; Doon Dahlin, Carrigaholt.
Club— Kildare Street (Dublin).

Frederick Colpoys Keane, Esq. , Capt. Carmarthen and
Clare Artillery, b. 1868 ; m. 1898, Rose Dorothea, d. of
late Maj.-Gen. William Roberts Farmar of Bedford House,
Southampton ; and has issue — (1) Anthony Colpoys Keane,
Lieut. R.A., h. 1899; (2) Marcus Hugh Colpoys, Lieut.
West Kent Regt., b. 1901 ; (3) Granville Keane, Gentleman,
b. 1905 ; (4) John Colpoys Keane, Lieut. Hampshire Regt.,
b. (twin) 1905; (5) Nicholas Colp; ys Keane, Gentleman,
b. 1908. Res. — 73 Goldington Avenue, Bedford.

KEALY (H. Coll.). Chequy or and gules, two bendlets
ermine between as many escutcheons of the last, each
charged with a battleaxe erect sable. Crest— On a wreath




of the colours, a demi-lion proper charged with a fesse,
holding in the dexter paw a battleaxe in bend both sable,
and resting the sinister paw on a quatrefoil or. M jtto —
"Ne time crede tantum." Livery — Claret coat, with gilt
buttons, gold band round hat.



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Only son of John William Gregory Kealy, Gentleman,

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., b. 1858; d. 1918 ; m. 1887,

Edith Mary, d. of Col. Matthevv Henry Farquharson

R.M.L.I. :—

John Hubert Kealy, Gemleman, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1893 ;

m. 1919, Joyce Agnes, d. of Rev. Frederick J. Matthews,

M.A., R.N., and has issue — John David Farquharson

Kealy, Gentleman, b. 1920. Res. —

Son cf Rev. Arthur Graham Kealy, M.A. Camb., Chap-
lain R.N., b. 1861 ; d. 1927 ; tn. 1896, May Flora, d.
of Charles Kealy : —
John Charles Graham Kealy, Gentleman, b. 191 1. Post^
add. —

Sons of John Robert Kealy, M.D., M.R.C.S., V.D.,b-

1830; d. 1906; m. 1857, Charlotte Maria, d. of John

Butcher, M.R.C.S., of Spring Garden House, Forton,

Alverstoke: —

Charles Gonvil Kealy, Gentleman, M.A. Oxon., b. 1867.

Res.— Oak Tree Cottage, Tennyson Road, Bognor, Sussex.

Edward Herbert Kealy, Esq. , C. I. E. , I. C. S. , M. A. Oxon. ,

b 1873- m. 1905, Tempe Florence, M.B. E., d. of Sir

Charles Stuart Bayley, G.C.I. E., K.C.S.I., I.C.S. ; and

has issue— (1) Herbert Lancelot Bayley Kealy, Gentleman,

b. 1907 ; (2) Michael Robert Bayley Kealy, Gentleman, b.

1913 ! (3) Patrick Charles Bayley Kealy, Gentleman, b.

19 19 ; Barbara Tempe Bayley ; and Patricia Mary Bayley.

Post, add.— c/o Grindlay & Co., Bombay, India.

Percival Hope Kealy, Esq., Lt.-Col. R.E. (ret.), b. 1878 ;
tn. 2nd, 1905, Alice Marian, d. of John Robson ; and has
issue— (1) John Basley Hope Kealy, Gentleman Lieut. The
Queen's Roy. Regt. , b. 1907; (2) Nigel Hugo Hope Kealy,
Gentleman, b. 1915 ; (3) Peter Raymond Hope Kealy,
Gentleman, b. 1917; and Beryl Betty Hope. Post. add.
—c/o Lloyds Bank, Cox s Branch, Pall Mall, S.W.

KEARLEY (H. Coll.). Azure, in chief two mitres
argent, garnished or, and in base a square tower of the
second. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, an ancient ship or, the mainsail azure charged
with a sea-lion gold. Supporters— On either side a sea-lion
argent, crined, finned and tufted or, each gorged with a
collar gules charged with three roses gold, and each
supporting a spear erect proper. Badge — A sea-lion
argent, crined, finned and tufted or, gorged with three
roses of the first, and holding in the fins an anchor erect
gold. Motto — " Fit via vi." Livery — Blue, with black
facings.

Son of George Ewbanke Kearley of Uxbridge, b. 1814 ;
d. 1876; m. 1841, Mary, d. of Charles Hudson: —

Rt. Hon. Sir Hudson Ewbanke Kearley, 1st Vis-
count Devonport (1917), 1st Baron Devonport (1910),
1st Bart. (1908), P.C., J. P. Surrey, J. P. and D.L.
Bucks., M.P. Devonport 1892-1910, b. 1856; tn. 1888,
Selina, d. of Edward Chester of Blisworth, Northants. ;
and has issue — (1) Hon. Gerald Chester Kearley, b. 1890 ;
(2) Hon. Mark Hudson Kearley, b. 1895 [tn. 1928,
Mabel Dagley] ; and Hon. Beryl Kathleen. Estate — ■
Wittington, Marlow. Seats — Wittington, Marlow, Bucks. ;
Kinloch, Dunkeld, Perthshire; and Gwylfa Hiraethog,
Denbigh. Town res. — 41 Grosvenor Place, London, S.W.
Club — Reform.

KEARNEY, see BUTLER-KEARNEY.

KEARNEY (U.O. ). Argent, three lions rampant gules,
on a chief of the second, thiee pheonsor. Mantling; gules
and argent, Crest On a wreath of the colours, a gauntleted
hand fessewise or, charged with an ogress, and holding a
dagger proper, ensigned with the helmet of his rank,
that is to say, a helmet affronted with visor open. Motto —
" Sustine et abstine."

Only son of F'rancis Kearney, Solicitor, of Shannon
Lawn, Limerick: —

Sir Francis Edgar Kearney, Knt. Bach. (1916), LL.D.,
B.A. (Dub.), Hon. Capt. in the Army, served Great War
1915-18, Clerk of the Crown and Peace for City and County
of Limerick 1918-1926, b. 1870 ; tn. 1910, Clare, only d. of
Michael Joseph Malone, M.D. , of 5 Pery Street, Limerick,
and has issue — Francis George Kearney, Esq., b. 1916 ;
Henry William Kearney, Esq., b. 1921 ; Eleanor Kathleen ;
and Sheila Mary. Res. — Shannon Lawn, Limerick.
Clubs— Carlton, County (Limerick).

KEATES (H. Coll.). Argent, on a pale sable, three
cats-a-mountain of the field, on a canton of the second a
cake of copper proper. Mantling sable and argent. Crest



— On a wreath of the colours, a tiger proper, charged
with three bezants fessewise, resting the dexter paw upon




an escutcheon sable, thereon a cake of copper proper.
Motto — " Esto memor."

Sons of Joseph Andrew Keates, Esq., of Bishop's
Nympton, co. of Devon, b. 1833 ; d. 1908 ; m. i860,
Eliza, sec. d. of Edmund Brock Lyon of Neston, co.
Chester: —
William Keates, Esq. , Lt.-Col. late Suffolk Regt. , b. 1862 ;

m. ; and has issue Keates, Gentleman, b. 1911.

Seats — Bishop's Nympton, co. Devon; and Dunstone,
Torquay, Devon.

Rev. Herbert Andrew Keates, M.A. Oxford. Res. —
Hinton Waldrist Rectory, Faringdon, Berks.
John Keates, Gentleman.

KEATING (H. Coll.). Argent, on a saltire gules,
between in chief a rose of the last, barbed and seeded
proper, in fesse two oak-leaves slipped, and a cross crosslet
fitcMe in base vert, an oak-leaf slipped or. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a
boar passant gules, holding in the mouth an oak-leaf slipped
between two oak branches proper. Motto— "Amor ducit
patriae."

Son of Rev. William Keating, M.A. (Exeter Coll.)

Oxford, Clerk in Holy Orders, late Rector of the

Parish of Baverstock, near Salisbury, b. 1823 ; m. 1848,

Louisa Caroline, vst. d. of the late Richard Morgan,

H.E.I.C.'s Navy:'—

Francis Amboor Keating, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon.),

Barr.-at-Law, b. 1853; tn. Constance Mary, d. of F. W.

Prell of Hanover and Melbourne ; and has issue, Harold

Francis Amboor Keating, Gentleman, b. . Res.— is

Rutland Gate, S.W.

KECK, see POWYS-KECK.

KEELING of Walton Grange (H. Coll.). Sable, a lion
rampant or, between in chief two escutcheons argent, each
charged with a cross patee fitchee gules. Mantling
sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion
rampant or, holding in the dexter forepaw a dagger erect
gules, and resting the dexter hind leg on an escutcheon
as in the arms. Motto—" Virtute et justitia."

Son of Frank Keeling, of Newcastle- under-Lyme, b.

1842; d. 1896; m. Martha, d. of A. W. Hall,

of Wingfield House, co. Derby :—
Frank Albert Keeling, Gentleman, b. 1880 ; tn. 1903,
Elizabeth, d. of A. Fielding, of Trentham, Staffs. ; and
has issue— Rosemary. Res.— Walton Grange, Stone,
Staffs. Club— Junior Carlton.

KEELING (H. Coll., 16 Oct. 1886). Ermine, a scaling-
ladder in bend sable, over all a lion rampant or, holding
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cross patee fitchee gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crest
— Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-lion
rampant or, holding between the paws an escutcheon gules,
charged with a cross pat£e fitchee argent, a scaling-ladder
fessewise sable. Motto — " Honneur sans reproche."

Sons of Frederic John Keeling, Gentleman, b. 1826;

d. 1900 ; m. 1885, Alice May Mildred, d. of late George

Chapman, Solicitor: —
Frederic Hillersdon Keeling, Gentleman, b. 1886; m.
1909, Rachel Susanna, d. of late Chambre' Corker Town-
shend, Architect ; and has issue — Bernard Sidney Keeling,
Gentleman, b. 1912 ; and Joan. Res. —
Guy William Keeling, Gentleman, b. 1890. Res. —

KEEGAN (U.O.) Gules, a lion salient, crowned, and
holding in the dexter paw a crescent all or, a chief nebuly
of the last. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath




of the colours, a dexter hand holding a sheaf of five arrows
all proper, charged on the wrist with a harp or, stringed
argent. Motto — " Nunquam non paratus. " Livery — Frock
coat and vest, blue refine, with crimson stripe at side of
trousers.

Sons of Edward Wells Keegan, Esq., J. P., b. 1850;

• - d. ; m. 1st, 1877, Kate Mary (d. 1893), eld. d. of

George F. Roughan, M.D. , Inspector Local Govern-
BEP^ment Board, Ireland . —

• George Alexander Keegan, Gentleman, b. 1884. Post,
add. —

Charles Aloysius Marie Keegan, Gentleman, b. 1885.
Col. Herbert Leo Keegan, b. 1888. Res. — Uplands,
Warwick Park, Tunbridge Wells.

KEEVIL (H. Coll.). Sable, a chevron or, between three
sinister hands couped argent, on a chief of the last, three
roses gules, barbed and seeded proper. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front
of a demi-eagle displayed sable, three mullets pierced in
fesse or. Motto — " Aquila non captat muscas."

Son of Ernest William Frowd Keevil (eld. son of Peter

Keevil, see below), of Broomfield, Abbotts Langley, co.

Hertford, b. 1867; d. 1923; m. 1893, Marion Jane, d.

of Frederick Willis : —
Leslie Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1894 ; m. 1916, Nana, d. of
George Hutton Gemmel, of Maidenhead, and has issue —
Frank Joyce Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1920. Res. — Bonnyrigg,
Braywick Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire.

Sons of Peter Keevil, of Coley Park, Reading, co.

Berks., b. 1843; d. 1926; m. 1866, Stella Frowd (d.

1910), d. of John Richard Gibbs Keevil, of Farleigh,

Wilts. : —
Harry Joyce Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1871. Res.— Coley
Park, Reading, co. Berks. Clubs— R. A. C, Junior Con-
stitutional.

Francis Edward Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1878; m. 1507,
Elizabeth, d. of Charles Ashworth, of Todmorden, Lanca-
shire. Res. — Brook House, Bourne End, Bucks. Club —
R.A.C.

Stanley Peter Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1882; m. 1912,
Charlotte Beatrice Maud, d. of Arthur Chipperneld, Esq.,



J. P., of Brighton, Sussex, and has issue — Stanley Arthur
Peter Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1914. Res.— 8 Chesham Place,
Brighton.

KEIGHLY-PEACH (R.L., 19 Oct. 1838, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, between two chevrons argent, three
martlets of the second (for Peach) ; 2 and 3, per bend en-
grailed sable and argent, a fesse charged with two mullets
all counterchanged (for Keighly). Mantling gules and
argent. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the colours, a
demi-lion rampant per fesse ermine and gules, crowned
or (for Peach) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a griffin's
head sable, langued gules, charged with three mullets all
counterchanged (for Keighly). Motto (for Peach) — " Quic-
quid dignum sapiente bonoque est."

Sons of Henry Peach Keighly-Peach, Esq., of Idlicote
House, Warwick, J. P., late Capt. Roy. Horse Gds.
(Blue), b. 1834 ; d. 1905 ; m. 1862, Lucy Isabella,
second d. of William Selby Lowndes of Whaddon
Hall, Bucks. :—
Henry Keighly-Peach, Gentleman, b. 1864. Seat —
Mickleton House, Mickleton, Chipping Cam| den, Glos.

Rear-Adm. Charles William Keighly-Peach, D.S.O.,
R.N. (ret.), b. 1865; m. 1921, Kathleen, d. of Paymaster-
in-Chief T. R. Dennis. Res. — Waylands, Wraysbury,
Bucks.

KEITH-FALCONER (L.O. matric. 1895). Quarterly,
1 and 4, azure, a falcon displayed between three mullets
argent, charged on the breast with a man's heart gules(for
Falconer) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a chief gules, three pallets
or, on an inescutcheon of the second a sceptre and
a sword in saltire with an imperial crown between the
upper corners all proper, the whole within an orle of
eight thistles slipped near the head or (for Keith).
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — An angel in a
praying posture or, within an orle of laurel proper.
Supporters — on either side a man in complete armour
each holding a spear in a sentinel's posture proper.
Mottoes — " Vive ut vivas " ; " Quas amissa salva."

Son of Rt. Hon. Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer,
8th Earl of Kintore, b. 1828 ; d. 1880 ; m. Louisa,
d. of Francis Hawkins : —

Rt. Hon. Sir Algernon Hawkins Thomond Keith-Fal-
coner, K.T., P.C., G.C.M.G., LL.D., 9th Earl of Kintore
(20 June, 1677), Lord Falconer of Halkerton (20 Dec.
1647), Lord Keith of Inverurie, Baron Kintore of
Kintore, co. Aberdeen (5 July, 1838), formerly Governor
and C.C. of South Australia, b. 1852 ; m. 1873, Lady
Sydney Montagu, d. of 6th Duke of Manchester ; and
has issue — Arthur George Keith-Falconer, commonly
called Lord Falconer, Capt. (ret.) Scots Gds., b. 1879.
(Res. — 105 Mount Street, W. Clubs — Marlborough,
Carlton, Bachelors) ; Ladv Ethel Sydney [m. 1905, Rt.
Hon. Lord Stonehaven, P.C., G.C.M.G., D.S.O., Gov.-
Gen. of Australia] ; Lady Hilda Madeline. Seat — Keith
Hall, Inverurie, co. Aberdeen. Town res. — 10 Park
Place, St. James's, S.W. Clubs — Bachelors', Carlton,
Beefsteak, New (Edin.).

KEKEWICH (Vn. Cornwall, 1620). Quarterly, 1 and
6, argent, two lions passant in bend sable between two
bendlets gules ; 2. argent, three bars gemelles gules ; 3.
or, on a fesse between three Cornish choughs proper, a
garb between two cross crosslets fitchee of the first ; 4.
argent, on a bend azure, three fleurs-de-lys or ; 5. quarterly,
or and gules, on a bordure sable, eight escallops argent.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a leopard's head and neck affrontde and erased
sable. Motto - " Fructus virtutis. "

Sons of Trehawke Kekewich, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co.

Devon, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1823 ; d. 1909; m. 1st, 1849,

Charlotte (d. 1879I, d. of Capt. George Shuldham

Peard, R.N. : —



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