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d. 1915 ; m. 1870, Araminta Louisa (d. 1919), only d.

of Rev. William H. Hoare, of Oakfield, Crawley,

Sussex : —
Rev. Preb. Hubert Edmund Hamilton Probyn, b. 1871 ;
m. 1904, Emily Mabel, d. of late Edward William Cropper,
of Fearnhead, Crosby, Liverpool ; and has issue — Edmund
Hamilton Probyn, Gentleman, b. 1908; Emily Araminta;
and Margaret Eleanor. Res. — St. Andrew's Vicarage,
Northmoor Road, Oxford.

Rev. Wilfred Julian Noel Probyn, b. 1872 ; m. 1925,
Millicent Margaret, d. of the late Rev. C. H. Wilton,
Rector of Foy, co. Hereford. Res. — Brampton Abbots
Rectory, Ross, co. Hereford.

CLIFFORD PROBYN, Esquire, J.P. and D.L. (V.D.),
Ex-Deputy-Chairman of the L.C.C. , Lieut. -Col. late of the
13th Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps, one of the Com-
missioners of Lieutenancy for the City of London, and
formerly Sheriff of the said City, Ex-Mayor of the City
of Westminster. Armorial bearings — Gules, on a fesse
argent, between a bugle-horn stringed in chief and a fasces
fessewise, the axe to the dexter and upwards in base or,
a lion passant guardant of the first. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of
two keys in saltire or, an ostrich's head erased at the neck
azure. Motto — " Manus haec inimica tyrannis." Residence

PROCTOR, see BEAUCHAMP.

PRODGERS (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, per pale
gules and azure, three lions rampant, two and one argent,
between three crosses pat6e fitchee in the foot, one and two



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erminois (Prodgers) ; 2 and 3, azure, two swords in saltire
argent, pommels and hilts or, surmounted of the Roman
fasces paleways of the last, the axe headed of the second,
interlaced with a double chain collar gold, on a chief ermine,
a bee volant between two star-pagodas proper (Blades).
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a crosscal vary or, a wyvern, with wings
endorsed vert, in the mouth a sinister hand couped at the
wrist gules, gorged with a collar and line reflexed over the




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back or, the dexter claw resting on a cross patee of the last.
Motto — " Devouement sans bornes." n<M

Surv. sons of Herbert Prodgers, Esq., of Kington [St.
Michael, Chippenham, J. P. co. Wilts. , b. 1835 ; d. 1917 ;
in. i860, Emily Sibella (d. 1918), eld. d. of Rev. Canon
Thomas Phillpotts, J. P., of Porthgwidden, Truro : —
Rev. Charles Henry Ap Roger (q.v. ).
Greville John Prodgers, Gentleman, b. 1876. Res. —
Eldama Ravine, Nairobi, B.E. Africa.

PROGER (H. Coll., July 19, 1919). Per pale azure and




two flaunches of the third. Mantling azure and argent.

Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a ialcon close proper,

belled and charged on the neck with a fylfot or. Motto —

" Esse quam videri."

Sons of John Guy Proger, Gentleman, of Park
Place, Cardiff, b. 1829; d. 1900; m. 1857, Eliza-
beth, d. of John Lewis, of Merivale, Narbeth, co.
Pembroke, and Pontcanna, nr. Cardiff : —
Thomas William Proger, Gentleman, F.Z.S., b. i860 ;

m. 1892, Harriet Gertrude, d. of John Waldron, of

Moulsford, Berks. ; and has issue — Glyndwr Proger,

Gentleman, b 1898 ; Lancelot Proger, Gentleman, b.

1899 ; and Olwen. Res. — Llanmaes, St. Fagans, co.

Glamorgan. Club— Cardiff and County.

John Lewis Proger, Gentleman. Res. — Tor Lea,

Penarth, nr. Cardiff.

PROWER (H. Coll.). Azure, on a pale argent, between
two escallops, an estoile in chief and an escallop in base, all
counterchanged, a chief arched vair (and many quarter-
ings). Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, in front of an arm embowed in mail
armour, the hand grasping a scimitar proper, suspended
from the blade by a riband gules an escutcheon argent,
charged with an estoile azure, around the arm a riband tied
also gules, an estoile between two escallops of the fourth.
Motto—" Du Dieu tout."

Only son of John Elton Prower, Esq., Lieut. -Col.

Canadian Mil., Major R.E. (Mil.)., b. 1852 ; d. 1915 ;

m. 1880, Ad£le Th^rese, dau. of the late E. R. Kimber,

Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod for the Dominion

of Canada: —
John Mervyn Prower, Esq., D.S.O. with Bar, Lt.-Col.,
late Hampshire Regt., b. March 1885; m. 1st, 1910, Una
Catherine, d. of Major John Corse-Scott, 2nd Gurkhas ;
2nd, 1920, Eliza Sylvia, d. of Lionel Mundy, of Kensing-
ton ; and has issue— (by 1st wife) Pamela Catherine
Mervyn ; and Una Margaret ; (by 2nd wife) — Lorna Frances
Mervyn. Res.— The Sissells, Purton, Wilts. Clubs—
Constitutional; Garrison (Quebec).

PRYCE, see BRUCE and KNIGHT.

EDWARD STISTED MOSTYN PRYCE, Esquire.
J. P. for the cos. of Salop and Montgomery, M.A. (Oxford).
Bom April 8, 1851, being the eldest son of the late Lieut. -
Colonel J. E. H. Pryce, late of the 2nd Queen's Royal
Regiment, by his wife Eliza, daughter of Francis Burton
10th Lancers, of 10 Norfolk Street, Park Lane. Armorial
bearings— He bears for Arms : Quarterly, 1. argent, a lion




gules, three lions rampant two and one argent, between



passant sable between three fleurs-de-lys gules (for Pryce) ;
2. argent, on a bend sable between two crescents gules,
three annulets or (for David ap Griffith ap Rys) ; 3. sable,
three nags' heads erased argent (for David Lloyd ap Griffith
ap Ririd of Gunley) ; 4. argent, three boars' heads couped
sable, tusked or (for Evan ap Rhys ap Hugh of Rhiwhirieth) ;
impaling the arms of Beauclerk, namely, quarterly, 1 and 4,



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quarterly, i. and iiii. , azure, three fleurs-de-lys or (for France);
ii. and iii. gules, three lions passant guardant in pale or
(for England) ; 2. or, a lion rampant within a double
tressure flory and counterflory gules (for Scotland) ; 3.
azure, a harp or, stringed argent (for Ireland), being the
arms of His Majesty King Charles II. ; over all a sinister
baton gules, charged with three roses argent, barbed and
seeded proper, the whole differenced by a martlet ; and for
his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant
sable, holding between the paws a fleur-de-lys as in the arms ;
with the Motto, "In Deo confidemus omnes." Livery —
Lincoln green coat and trousers with scarlet piping, brass
buttons, red waistcoat, gold band round the hat. Married,
August 7, 1877, Henrietta Mary, daughter of Charles W.
Beauclerk, Esquire, Deputy - Lieutenant, of Winchfield
House, in the county of Southampton, and grand-daughter
of the Rt. Hon. Lord Frederick Beauclerk (son of the
fifth and brother of eighth Dukes of St. Albans) ; and has
had Issue— Hugh Beauclerk Mostyn Pryce, Esq., Capt. 3rd
Rifle Brigade, b. October 1, 1881 ; d. 1915, of wounds received
in action ; Sybil Vera Elise [m. 1908, Major G. A. Dick-
Cunyngham, late Rifle Brigade, whcm she div. 1924];
Ismay Nesta ; Olga Georgina Meddefys [tn. 1919, Henry
Francis Bury ; and has issue]. Estates — The Gunley
Estates, in the counties of Salop and Montgomery. Postal
address— Gunley Hall, Chirbury, Montgomery. Club—
Carlton.

PRYCE (H. Coll.). Argent, a lion passant between in
chief a spear-head between two fleurs-de-lys and in base
a fleur-de-lys, between two spear-heads azure. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
in front of two javelins in saltire proper, a demi-lion azure,
holding between the paws a cross patfe gules charged with
a fleur-de-lys or. Motto—" Heb Dduw heb ddim Duw
a digon."

Son of Thomas Pryce, Esq., J. P. and C.C. co. Mont-
gomery, formerly a Capt. in Batavia Regt. of Yeo.
Cav., and a Member of the Batavian Board of Trade,
b. 1833; d. 1904; m. 1863, Rosalie Susan, only d. of
late Jacob Gerrit Theodore Van Motman of Dramaga,
in the Island of Java : —
Thomas Tannatt Pryce, Gentleman, b. 1886. Seat —

PRYCE-JENKIN (H. Coll.). Or, a spear in pale proper,




between two escutcheons sable, each charged with a lion



rampant of the field. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On
a wreath of the colours, three spears, one in pale and two in
saltire proper, pendent from the centre spear a shield sable,
charged with a leopard's face or. Motto — " Fortuna favet
fortibus. " Livery— Drab.

Only son of Lewis Jenkin of Aberjan, Glamorgan,
b. 1810; d. 1888; tn. 1865, Eleanor, d. of J. Pryce:—
Richard John Pryce-Jenkin, Esq., J. P. co. Monmouth,
b. 1869; tn. 1890, Magdalena Mercedes Augusta (d. 1911),
d. of Joseph Vicars Newbery ; and has had issue— (1)
Richard Douglas Pryce-Jenkin, Gentleman, b. 1894; killed
in action 1914 ; (2) Francis Joseph Pryce-Jenkin, Gentle-
man, b. 1901 ; and Elizabeth Magdalen. Seats — Wills-
brook, Raglan, co. Monmouth ; Clanna, Alvington, Lydney,
Glos. Clubs— -New Oxford and Cambridge, Royal Auto-
mobile.

PRYCE-JONES of Dolerw (H. Coll.). Quarterly,
1 and 4, gules, on a pale argent, between two cops of
yarn a shuttle erect all proper, on a chief of the second a
cross flory sable, between two Cornish choughs of the last
(for Jones) ; 2 and 3, ermine, four pellets and a bordure
sable (for Pryce). Mantling gules and argent. Crests —
1. on a wreath of the colours, a shuttle fesseways proper,
thereon a goat statant argent, gorged with a collar flory
counterflory gules (for Jones) ; 2. on a wreath of the
colours, two spear-heads erect proper, banded with a
scarf gules (for Pryce).

Only son of Sir Pryce Edward Pryce- Jones, 1st Bart.,

of Dolerw, b. 1801 ; d. 1926 ; tn. 1886, Beatrice,

d. of Herbert Hardie, of Orford House, Disley,

Cheshire : —
Sir Pryce Victor Pryce- Jones, 2nd Bart.' (4 July 1918),
Capt. T.A. Res., late 7th Batt. Roy. Welch Fus.,
b. 1887. Seat — Dolerw, Newtown, N. Wales.

Yngr. sons of Sir Pryce Pryce- Jones, Knt. Bach., b.

1834 ; d. 1920 ; tn. 1859, Eleanor, d. of Edward

Rowley Morris, of Newtown : —
William Ernest Pryce-Jones, Esq., M.A. (Cantab.),
b. 1867. Res. — Plasbryn, Newtown, N.Wales.

Col. Albert Westhead Pryce-Jones, O.B.E., T.D.,
J.P. co. Montgomery, B.A. (Cantab.), late 7th R. Welch
Fusiliers, and Canadian Inf., b. 1870; tn. 1895, Rosina
Ida, d. of William Gibson, of Normanhurst, Seaton,
Devon, and has issue — Robert Douglas Nugent Pryce-
Jones, Gentleman, b. 1907. Res. — Vere House, Pern-
bridge Crescent, W.u.

Henry Morris Pryce-Jones, Esq., D.S.O., M:V.O., M.C.,
Maj. (Bt. Lieut.-Col.) Coldstream Gds., 1899-1920, Cmd.
2nd. City of London Regt., 1922-26, Bt. Col. T.A., one
of H.M.'s Body Guard, Hon. Corps of Gentlemen -at-Arms
since 1922, b. 1878 ; tn. 1905, Marion Vere, d. of Lieut.-
Col. the Hon. Lewis Payan Dawnay, and has issue — Alan
Payan Pryce-Jones, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; David Adrian
Pryce-Jones, Gentleman, b. 1919. Res. — 10 Bucking-
ham Palace Gardens, S.W. Clubs — Guards', Travellers'.

PRYKE (H. Coll., 1900). Per pale or and argent, on a
cross invected azure, two fasces erect in pale and as many
mascles in fesse, all of the first. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, two arms embowed,
vested azure, cuffs argent, the hands proper, supporting
a fasces erect or, each arm charged with a mascle of the
last. Livery — Dark blue, white facings.

Son of 'Richard Reeve Pryke of Bury St. Edmund's,
b. 1813 ; d. 1854 ; tn. Emma Louisa, d. of Robert
Parker : —
Sir William Robert Pryke, 1st Bart. (13 Nov. 1926),
Knt. Bach. (1921), J.P. City of London, Lord Mayor of
London 1925-6, a Member of the Commission of Lieuten-
ancy for the City of London and Alderman City of London,
b. 1847 ; tn. 1878, Marguerite, d. of Robert Stiles ; and
has issue— (1) William Robert Dudley Pryke, Esq., b. 1882
[m. 191 1, Marjorie, d. of H. G. Brown] ; (2) Richard
Frederick Norman Pryke, Esq., b. 1886 [m. 1927. Doris, d.
of J. R. Kingston] ; (3) Hamer Forest Stanley Pryke, Esq.,
Capt. H.A.C., b. 1889; Mabel Marguerite; and Ethel
Annie. Res. — Valley Lodge, Wanstead, Essex. Club—
Constitutional.

PRYSE (R.L., 28 July 1863, H. Coll.). Or, a lion
rampant regardant sable. Mantling sable and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant regardant
sable, holding between the paws a fleur-de-lys or. Motto —
" Duw an bendithio."

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Sheriff 1861) co. Cardigan, <5. 1838; d. 1906; m. 1859,
Louisa Jane, d. of Capt. John Lewes of Llanlear : —

Sir Lewes Thomas Loveden Pryse, 3rd Bart. (28 July,
1866), b. 1864; in. 1894, Florence Madeleine, d. of Col.
Howell of Trewellwell, co. Pembroke ; and has issue —
John Pryse Howell Loveden Pryse, Esq., Lieut. Glanv rgan
Yeo., b. 1897 [m. 1918, Enid Gwen, d. of the late Henry
Walters Home, of Wimbledon, and widow of Major
Charles Stewart R. A. Holland]. Seat — Gogerddan,
Aberystwith, co. Cardigan. Club — Badminton.

George Rice Pryse, Esq., Major Welsh Horse Yeo.,
J. P., D.L., co. Cardigan, b. 1870; m. 1895, Geialdine
Mabel, d. of late Conrad Middleton Abadam of Middleton
Hall, co. Carmarthen ; and has issue — Pryse Loveden
Pryse, Gentleman, b. 1896 {Club — R.A.C.) ; and Margaret
Augharad Elinor. Res. — Ty Mawr, Ciliau Aeron,
Cardiganshire.

Herbert William Pryse, Esq., b. 1872; in. 1896, Ethel
Schuler, d. of Capt. Frederick Parsons of Holly Mount,
Ryde ; and has issue — Olwen Esther Joan. ,S<ra/— Ystrad-
wrallt, Nantgaredig, R.S.O.

HENRY LOUIS VANNECK PRYSE, Gentleman,
B.A. (Oxon.). Born May 14, 1864, being the only surviv-
ing son of the late Charles Pryse of Llanbadarn-ffynydd.




Radnorshire, by his wife Emma Amelia, eldest dau. of
Robert Jope Neck. Armorial bearings — Azure, on a pale
invected argent, plain cottised or, a lion rampant between
two crosses botony sable. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant
regardant or, gorged with a wreath of oak vert, holding in
the dexter forepaw a cross botony fitch^e in bend sinister,
and resting the dexter hind leg on two spears in saltire
proper. Motto — " Duw a digon." Livery — Dark blue,
silver buttons.

PUDSEY, see THORN-PUDSEY.

PULESTON (R.L., 1904, H. Coll.). Sable, three
mullets argent. Mantling sable and argent. Crests (of
augmentation) — 1. on a wreath of the colours, an oak-tree
proper, pendent therefrom by a riband azure, an escutcheon
gules, charged with three ostrich-feathers argent, in com-
memoration of Sir Richard Puleston having had the honour
of introducing H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, 9 Sept. 1806,



into the Principality ; 2. on a chapeau gules, turned up
ermine, a buck statant proper, attired or. Motto —
" Clariores e tenebris. "

Son of Henry Bailey, Esq., of Nant-y-glas, J. P. and

D.L. co. Monmouth, b. 1822; d. 1899; m. 1st, 1848,

Mary Louisa (d. 1865), d. of Sir Richard Puleston,

Bart., of Emral Park, co. Flint : —

Crawshay Wellington Puleston, Esq., J. P. co. Flint,

b. 1853; m. 1891, Edith Elfrida, d. of Rev. Thomas

Bacon. Seat — Worthenbury Manor, Wrexham, co. Flint.

Res. — Lowood House, Ascot, Berks. Club — Windham.

PULLAN (H. Coll.). Azure, on a bend engrailed be-
tween six lozenges argent, each charged with an escallop
sable, three martlets of the last. Mantling azure and




argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, between two
palm-branches, a pelican in her piety all proper. Motto —
" Salva me fons pietatis."

Only son of Charles Arthur Pullan (eld. s. of Charles
Pullan of Lewisham and Anna Maria Leighton), b.
1863; d. 1902; m. 1893, Louisa Charlotte Marion, d.
of Henry Charles Joseph Kopsch, son of Adam
Kopsch, Noble of Poland : nobility confirmed as an-
cient by the General Assembly of Nobles at Wilna,
13 June 1820 : —

Arthur Hubert Pullan, Gentleman, b. 1894; m. 1921,
Grace Mary, d. of Henry Whistler, of Kent Lodge,
Uxbridge ; and has issue — Joan Christine. Res. — Mytholm,
Reigate Road, Ewell, Surrey.

Yr. surv. sons of Charles Pullan of Lewisham, Kent, and
of Littlehampton, Sussex,**. 1830; d. 1891; m. i860,
Anna Maria, d. and h. of Thomas Richard Leighton,
Esq., of Northallerton, Yorks., Capt. 44th Regt. Foot : —
Rev. Leighton Pullan, D.D. Oxon., Fellow and Tutor of
St. John's College, b. 1865. Res.— St. John's College, Ox-
ford ; Dartmouth Lodge, Littlehampton.

Ernest Popplewell Pullan, Gentleman, b. 1866 (Arms as
above, and on an escutcheon of pretence the arms of
Arbuthnot (matric. L.O. 20 Jan. 1925), viz. : — Azure, a
crescent between three mullets argent, a bordure engrailed
quarterly or and of the second, charged with four boars'
heads couped gules), m. 1891, Mary Helena, d. and coh.
of William Robert Arbuthnot of Lewisham, Kent, late of
Invernettie, Peterhead; and has had issue — (1) Charles
Ernest Arbuthnot Pullan, Gentleman, 2nd Lieut. Durham
LI., b. 1894; killed in action 1915 ; (2) Arthur William
Pullan, Gentleman, b. 1906; Phyllis Mary; Kathleen
Margaret; and Joan Leighton. Res.— 56 Granville Park,
Lewisham, London, S.E.

Percy Dighton Pullan, Gentleman, M.A. Oxon., b.
1870; in. 1903, Wynfreda Vera Agnes, d. of Sir Edmund
Frederick Du Cane, K.C.B. ; and has issue— Anthony
Wilfrid Pullan, Gentleman, b. 1914; and Dorothea Leigh-
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Rev. Edward Wilfred Pullan, M.A. Oxon., Vicar of
St. Margaret's, Oxford, b. 1872. Res.— St. Margaret's
Vicarage, Oxford.

PULLAR (L.O.). Or, three alirions sable, on a chief
engrailed gules, a Holy Lamb passant regardant staff and
cross argent, with the banner of Saint Andrew proper.
Mantling sable, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his
liveries, a demi-eagle displayed or, beaked and langued
gules. Motto — " Perseverantia et industria."
Son of : —

John Lindsay Pullar, Esq., O.B.E. (mil.), Capt.T.A.,
b. . Res.—

PULLER, see GILES-PULLER.

The late Rev. Canon ELGOOD GEORGE PUNCH-
ARD, D.D. Oxon. (Balliol Coll.), Vicar of St. Mary's, Ely,
Cambs. , Hon. Canon of Ely (1895) [eleventh in direct
descent from William Punchard of Bedingfield, Suffolk,




Engineers in Ireland, b. 1881 [m. 1910, Amy, d. of
G. H. Otway, of Highgate, N. ; and has issue — 4 sons
(Res. — Ashton, Killiney, Dublin)]. Res. — Albert House,
Dalkey, co. Dublin. Club — Corinthian (Dublin).

GERALD PURCELL-FITZGERALD, Gentleman, of
The Island, co. Waterford. Born May 5, 1865, being the
second and only surviving son of the late Maurice Noel
Ryder Purcell-FitzGerald, by his wife Annie, dau. of James
Laurie, and grandson of John Purcell FitzGerald of Boulge
Hall. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent a
saltire gules, a mullet on a crescent for difference (for Fitz-
Gerald, confir. 1716) ; 2 and 3, argent, a saltire between
four boars' heads couped sable (for Purcell). Upon the
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling gules and argent ; and for his Crests, 1. upon a
wreath of the colours, a monkey proper, environed about
the middle and chained or, a mullet on a crescent for
difference (for FitzGerald) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours,
a cubit arm holding a sword proper, pommelled and hiked
or, pierced through the jaw of a boar's head couped sable,
vulned and distilling drops of blood, the sleeve azure, turned
up argent (for Purcell) ; and over the first crest, on an
escroll, this Motto, " Crom a boo." Married, firstly, Alice




d. 1506J. Born 1844, being the second son of John Elgood
Punchard of Cransford, by his wife Elizabeth, eldest dau. of
Stephen Piggins of Great Yarmouth. Armorial bearings
(H. Coll., n Aug. 1897) — Sable, three plates, on a chief
argent, a unicorn's head erased of the first, between two
pellets. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, in front of a unicorn's head erased sable, col-
lared vair, three plates. Motto — " Prasmianonsine proeliis."
Livery — Black. Married, Feb. 5, 1879, Catherine Mary
(d. 1926), second dau. of Joseph Johnson of Windsor, and
d. 1917, having had Issue — (1) Alfred Punchard, Gentle-
man, Lieut. North Staffs. Regt., b. Jan. 1886; killed in
aetion 1917 ; (2) Edmund Elgood Punchard, Gentleman,
Lieut. Beds. Regt., b. Oct. 1890; killed in action 1914 ;
and Rose Elgood [m. 1905, Rev. S. Addleshaw, B.D., St.
Mary's Vicarage, Ely, Cambs.].

PURCELL (U.O.). Or. on a chevron between three
boars' heads sable, couped, armed and langued proper,
a crescent of the first. Mantling sable and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a boar passant sable, armed
and langued proper, and charged with a crescent as in
the arms. Motto — "Aut vincam autperiam."

Eld. surv. son of Pierce Purcell, Gentleman, of

Carrigeen, co. Kilkenny, b. 1814; d. 1887 ; m. 1847,

Catherine, d. of William Manning, of Johnswell, co.

Kilkenny : —

Thomas Patrick Purcell, Gentleman, b. 1850 ; m. 1880,

Margaret Jane, d. of Michael Phelan, and has issue —

Pierce Francis Purcell, Gentleman, M.A., M.A.I. (Dub.),

M.Inst.C.E., Professor of Civil Engineering at Univ.

Coll., Dublin, since 1909, Past Pres. Institution of Civil



Louisa, dau. of Very Rev. Anthony La Touche Kirwan,
D.D., Dean of Limerick Cathedral ; secondly, March 1,
1899, Eleanor Niccolls (marriage dissolved), dau. of John
Niccolls, Uniontown, Pa., U.S.A. ; and has Issue — (1) John
Purcell-Fitzgerald, Gentleman, b. Oct. 24, 1899 ; (2) Edward
Maurice Purcell Fitzgerald, Gentleman, b. Sept. 24, 1900;
(3) Gerald Purcell Fitzgerald, Gentleman (twin with Edward
Maurice) ; thirdly, 1907, Mabel Marie, d. of George Hat-
field Gossip; and by her has further issue — (4) Nicholas
Francis Purcell-Fitzgerald, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; and Mary
Augusta. Seats — Little Island, co. Waterford ; Coombs,
Sibbertoft, Market Harborough. Clubs — Boodle's, Mary-
lebone Cricket Cl'ub, Kildare Street (Dublin).

PUREFOY, see BAGWELL-PUREFOY.

Admiral RICHARD PUREFOY PUREFOY, C.B.E.
(mil.), M.V.O., R.N. , J. P. cos. Bucks, and Southampton;
served eastern Soudan 1884, and Great War 1914-19;
assumed the surname of Purefoy in lieu of Fitz
Gerald, and the arms of Purefoy by Royal Licence
Dec. 26, 1897, under the will of the late G. Purefoy
Jervoise, Esq., M. P. , D.L. Born May 26, 1862, being
the eldest son of the late Richard Purefoy Fitz
Gerald, Esq., of North Hall, Preston Candover, co.
Hants., J. P., Hon. Col. Bucks. Yeomanry, formerly Lieut.
R.N. , by his wife Henrietta Mary, only child of Rev.
Anthony Chester of Chicheley Hall, co. Bucks. Armorial
bearings — Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, three stirrups or;
2 and 3, sable, three pairs of gauntlets argent. Mantling
azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a dexter
gauntlet erect proper, grasping a tilting-spear rompu also



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proper. Motto — " Purefoy ma joye." Married, Dec. 23,
1895, Mary Lillias, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Francis G.
Sandys Lumsdaine of Lumsdaine ; and has Issue— Mary
Lillias Geraldine. Seat — Shalstone Manor, co. Bucks.
Club— Army and Navy.

PURVES, see HOME-PURVES-HUME-CAMPBELL.

PURVIS-RUSSELL-MONTGOMERY, see RUSSELL

PURVIS (L.O.). Azure, on a chevron argent, between
three mascles or, three cinquefoils vert. Mantling azure,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a raven
rising holding in its beak a piece of bread all proper.
Motto — " Pourvois. " Livery — Blue and silver.

Eldest surv. son of John Purvis, Esq. , of Kinaldy, Fife-
shire, b. 1820 ; d. 1909 ; m. 1852, Isabella Wilhelmina,
eldest d. of late William Berry of Tayfield, co. Fife: —

William Herbert Purvis, Esq., Capt. late Rifle Bde.,
b. 1858; m. 1888, Mabel Vida.d. of Capt. Francis Charles
Turner, late 79th Highlanders ; and has had issue —
Arthur Frederic Purvis, Esq., M.C., Major Scots Gds.,
b. 1890 [m. 1925, Rachel Emily, eld. d. of Sir Michael
Nairn, Bt., of Elie House, Fife] ; John Ralph Purvis,
Esq., Capt. Rifle Bde., b. 1894; killed in action 1915 ;
Herbert Charles Purvis, Esq., Lieut. Comdr. R.N.,
b. 1897. Res. — Earlshall, Leuchars, Fife. Clubs—
Travellers', New (Edinburgh).

PUTNAM <H. Coll., 24 Sept. 1919). Sable, semee of
cross crosslets fitchee or, a stork argent, a bordure in-
vected of the last. Crest — On a wreath argent and
sable, a wolf's head couped gules, langued azure, holding
in the mouth a stag's attire or. Motto — " Nee metu
nee dubitatione."

Son of F. Putnam, of Puttenham, nearTring, Herts.,
b. 1836 :—
James Putnam, Gentleman, b. 1874. Res. —

PUXLEY (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, on a bend
cotised argent, five lozenges conjoined of the first, in the
sinister chief point an annulet or (Puxley); 2 and 3, argent, a
fieur-de-lys sable, a chief engrailed azure (Lavallin). Mant-
ling gules and argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours,
an arm in armour embowed proper, charged with a lozenge



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