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Bradford ; and has issue — John Busfield Rawson, Gentle-
man, b. 1877 ; Emily Mary ; and Olive Evelyn. Res. —
William Busfield Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1853. Res. —
Son of Jeremiah Stansfeld Rawson of Rawdon Grange,
co. Yorks., b. 1817 ; d. \ m. 2nd, 1853, Mary, d. of

R. N. Sankey of Ludlow: —
Philip Stansfeld Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1858; m. 1881,
Joyce, d. of Henry May; and has issue — (1) William
Stansfeld Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1882 ; (2) Philip Harwich
Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1883. Res. —

Son of Admiral Sir Harry Holdsworth Rawson,

G.C.B., G.C.M.G., Governor of New South Wales,

b. 1843; d. 1910 ; m. 1871, Florence Alice Stewart

(d. 1905), d. of John Ralph Shaw of Arrowe Park,

Cheshire : —

Henry Christopher Shaw Rawson, Esq., Lieut. R.N., b.

1876 ; m. 1907, Dorothy, yst. d. of late James S. Mitchell

of Darling Point, Sydney, and has issue. Res. —

Sons of Charles Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1849 ; d.
1905; m. 1872, Katherine, d. of William Henbury of
Winchester : —
Charles Henbury Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1875. Res. —
Geoffrey Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1886. Res. —
Tom Gerald Rawson, Gentleman, b, 1888. Res. —
Son of Samuel Rawson of China, b. 1819 ; d. 1893 ;
m. 1847, Frances Anne, d. of Rev. Charles Smelt,
Rector of Gidling, co. Notts. : —
Harry Stanhope Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1854; m. 1857.
Isabel Ada, d. of J. C. Hanbury ; and has issue — (i)Capel
Tristan Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1888 ; (2) Graham Stan-
hope Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1890. Res. —

Sons of Edward Cresswell Rawson, C.S.I., b. 1859;
d. 1899 ; m. , Marion, d. of W. Duffield of

Gibraltar : —
Cresswell Duffield Rawson, Esq., D.S.O., Major and
Bt.-Col. R.A., b. 1883; m. 1918, Gladys, d. of the late
Arthur Niblett, and has issue — Peter Stuard de Winton
Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1920 ; and Rosemary. Club —
United Service.
Geoffrey Graham Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1887. Res. —
Stuart Milner Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1892. Res. —
Ygr. son of Samuel Rawson of China and Frances Anne
Smelt (see above) : —
Frederick William Rawson, Gentleman, b. 1866. Res. —

RAWSON (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1st and 4th grand
quarters, per fesse sable and azure, a castle with four towers
in prospective azure, in base two bars wavy of the last
(Rawson); 2nd grand quarter, quarterly, i. and iiii. , the
same arms of Rawson ; ii. , azure, on a chevron between
two mullets in chief and a ferret passant in base argent,
a mullet between two ferrets passant gules (Bygo) ; iii. ,
per pale azure and gules, three lions rampant argent,
a bordure gobony of the last and sable, in chief a rose
argent (Herbert); 3rd grand quarter, per fesse azure
and sable, on a pale between two mullets in chief argent,
a mullet between two crescents of the second (Adams).
Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, issuant out of
clouds proper, a cubit arm vested azure, cuffed gules,


the hand in a glove azure, holding an anchor fessewise,
the flukes towards the dexter or, the arm charged for dis-
tinction with a rose argent (Rawson) ; 2. on a wreath of



the colours, on a mount vert, an eagle standing the reverse
way and regardant towards the dexter, wings expanded
proper, armed or, holding in the beak a mullet sable, and
resting the sinister claw on a crescent reversed or (Adams).
Motto — "Arx et anchora mihi Deus." Livery (dress) —
White, with green facings ; (undress), chocolate.

Sons of Sir Rawson William Rawson, K.C.M.G. ,

C. B. , formerly Governor of the Bahamas, and of the

Windward Isles, b. 1812 ; d. 1899; m. 1850, Marianne

Sophia, dau. of the Hon. and Rev. Henry Ward of

Killinchy, co. Down: —

Henry Gilbert Rawson, Esq., b. 1851. Postal add. —

53 Onslow Square, S.W.

William Stepney Rawson, Esq., b.

Frederick Laurence Rawson, Esq.

1854. Res.—
, b. 1859. Res. —

RAWSTORNE of Penwortham and Hutton Hall (Arms
"respited" Vn. Lanes. 1664, and since recorded H. Coll.).
Per fesse azure and gules, a tower triple-towered or.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a lion passant or. Motto — " Fortiter et fideliter."
Livery — Blue, yellow facings.

Only son of Col. Lawrence Rawstorne, J. P., D. L. ,
of Newhall, Hutton, and Penwortham, High Sheriff
Lanes. 1814, b. 1775; d. 1850; m. 1840, Margaret, d.
of Edward Ledward of Everton : —
Lawrence Rawstorne, Esq., J. P., D.L., M.A. (Oxford),

d. of Sir Thomas Fermor Hesketh, 5th Bart., by his wife
Lady Arabella, sister and heiress of last Earl of Pomfret ; and
has had issue — Lawrence Rawstorne, Esq., Capt. 7th
Hussars, b. 1874 ; d. 1905 ; Thomas Geoffrey Rawstorne,
Esq., Major Lanes. Hussars Yeo., b. 1879; d. on active
service 1917 \m. 1907, Margery, d. of Sir William Portal,
Bart.]; and Marjory [m. Col. Charles Marson]. Seat —
Hutton Hall, Preston, Lanes. Club — Jun. Carlton.

Son of Ven. Robert Atherton Rawstorne, Vicar of

Balderstone and Archdeacon of Blackburn, b. 1824 ;

d. 1902 ; m. 1854, Cecilia, d. of Joseph Feilden of

Witton Park :—
Rt. Rev. Atherton Gwillym Rawstorne, D.D. , Bishop
Suffragan of Whalley, Lancashire, and Rector of Croston,
b. 1855 ; m. 1888, Anne Frances, d. of Rev. G. W. Horton,
Vicar of Wellow ; and has issue — (1) Richard Atherton
Rawstorne, Esq., Lieut. 6th Batt. E.Yorks. Regt. b.
1893; ( 2 ' George Streynsham Rawstorne, Esq., Capt. 2nd
Batt. Seaforth Highlanders, b. 1895 ; (3) Robert Gwillym
Rawstorne, Esq., b. 1907; Frances Marion [m. 1920, Capt.
Olaf Carso, I.C.S., and has issue] ; Jennett [m. 1919,
Lt.-Col. the Hon. David Bruce, Seaforth Highlanders;
and has issue] ; and Marjory Ella [m. 1924, Lt.-Col.
Rupert T. Holland, D.S.O., M.C., R.A. ; and has issue].
Res. — The Rectory, Croston, Preston, Lanes. ; Balderstone
Grange, Blackburn.

RAY of Madras (H. Coll.). Azure, issuant from the
base a ray, on a chief wavy or, two martlets gules. Mant-
ling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours .

late Capt. 1st R. Lanes. Mil., b. 1842; m. 1871, Edith,

an ostrich argent, beaked and legged sable, and holding
in the beak a mirror proper. Motto — " Et juste et

Eldest son of Charles Adolphus Ray, Gentleman, ot

St. Dunstan in the East, City of London, b. 1847 ;

d. 1914 ; m. 1873, Sarah, d. of Philip Newport, of

Cheapside : —
Charles Basil Ray, Gentleman, Assistant Engineer,
Madras P.W.D., b. 1875 ; tn. 1914, Rose Mary, d. of
Alfred Henry Lawrence, of Streatley, Berks. ; and has
issue — (1) Charles Lawrence Ray, Gentleman, b. 1916 ;
(2) Frederick Shad Ray. Gentleman, b. 1917; Kath-
leen Mary. Res. — Denston, Peacehaven, Sussex.

Ray (H. Coll.). Azure, issuing from the base a ray or,
in centre chief a cross crosslet argent, on a chief wavy of
the second, two martlets gules. Mantling azure and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an ostrich
argent, beaked and legged sable, and holding in the beak
a mirror proper, and charged on the shoulder with a cross
crosslet sable. Motto—" Et juste et vray."

Ygr. sons of Charles Adolphus Hopson Ray, Gentle-
man, of Fort Road, Bermondsey (see above) : —




Frederick Dent Ray, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

36 Thurlby Road, Wembley, Middx.

William Ray, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 50 Holland
Road, Kensington, W.

RAYDEN (H. Coll.). Azure, a saltire between two
lymphads in pale, sails furled and flags flying, and as many
anchors in fesse all or. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, in front of rays of the sun,
the stump of a tree sprouting proper, thereon a fleur-de-lys
azure. Motto — " Ventis secundis."

Son of John Rayden of Oakleigh, Finsbury Park (son

of Benjamin Rayden of Deptford), b. ; d. ;

m. : —
The late Arthur Robinson Rayden, Esq., J. P. Kent and
Cinque Ports, b. 1845; d. 1899 ; m. 1870, Emma [d. 1898),
d. of late Edward Weatherley of Hounslow, Middx.

Son of Rayden, Gentleman : —

William Rayden, Esq., Major in the Army, Barrister-at-
Law, Inner Temple, b. . Res. — Covert Cottage, Whit-
church Hill, Reading. Club — Naval and Military.

RAYER (R.L., 25 Oct. 1923 ; H. Coll.). Gules, two
lions passant guardant in pale argent, in chief as many
Eastern crowns or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest

*r i . — * 1 , — 1 rt . 1 f

— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-lion
proper, grasping in the dexter paw a trident, a saltire or.
Motto — " Non vis sed prasmia virtutis."

Only son of William Pycroft Harmar, of 17 Chesham
Place, Brighton, b. 1832 ; d. 1879 ; m. i860,
Frances, d. of Rev. W. Rayer, Clerk in Holy
Orders, Rector of St. Peter's, Tidcombe Rectory,
Tiverton, Devon, 18 n- 1866 : —
William Rayer Raver (formerly Harmar), Gentleman,
M.A. (Camb.), b. 1869; m. 1917, Bryony Rebe Pearl (d.
1919), d. of the late Rev. J. M. S. Brooke, M.A., F.R.G.S.,
Rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, E.C. Seat— Holcombe
Court, Holcombe Rogus, Devon. Clubs — New Uni-
versity, Baldwin, Devon and Exeter (Exeter).


RAYMOND of Belchamp Hall (Vn. of Essex 1634, H.
Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, a chevron between three
eagles displayed argent, armed gules, on a chief of the
second three martlets of the first (Raymond) ; 2 and 3, or,
a chevron between three crosses fleurie sable (Sterne).
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
C f hi' a dragon ' s head or - lan g u ed gules, ducally gorged

Son of Samuel John St. Clere Raymond, Esq., of

Belchamp Hall, Essex, J. P., b. 1859; d. 1900; m. 1884,

Margaret Charlotte Montague, third d. of Francis

Smythies of Head Gate House, Colchester, Essex: —

Samuel Philip St. Clere Raymond, Gentleman, b. 1886;

m. 1914, Mabel Caroline, d. of William Wynyard Astell

of Baythorne, Stoke-by-Clare, Suffolk ; and has issue —

Michael Murray John Raymond, Gentleman, b. 1923 ; and

Patricia Philippa. Seat — Belchamp Hall, nr. Sudbury,


Son of Rev. Charles Andrewes Raymond, M.A. , Vicar
of Bray, b. 1833 ; d. 1920; m. 1864, Elizabeth, d. of
the late Rev. John Maynard, Rector of Sudbourne-cum-
Oxford, Suffolk:—
Rev. William Maynard Raymond, M.A. Oxon. , Rector
of Middleton, Essex, formerly Vicar of St. Peter and St.
Paul's, Upper Teddington, b. 1868 ; m. 1898, Julia May,
fourth d. of the late Rev. Charles Cooke of Alverley Hall,
Doncaster, Rector of Withycombe, co. Somerset ; and has
surv. issue — Oswald William Edward Raymond, Gentle-
man, b. 1902; Hugh Medlicott Raymond, Gentleman, b.
1903 ; Monica [m. 1924, Eric Mortimer Jarrett] ; Nancy
May ; and Audrey Mary. Res. — Middleton Rectory,
Sudbury, Suffolk.

RAYMOND-BARKER (H. Coll., 8 June 1780, R.L. ,
arms orig. granted by Cooke, Clarenceux, 17 Dec. 1582 ;
confd. Vns. Salop 1621 and Glos. 1682). Azure, five
escallops in cross or. Mantling azure and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, a hawk or, perched on a
rock argent. Motto — " Virtus tutissima cassis."

Sons of Percy Fitzhardinge Raymond- Barker, Esq.,
J. P., of Fairford Park, b. 1843 ; d. 1895, m. 1874, Morna
Georgina, d. of Sir Joseph Hawley, Bart. : —

Reginald Henry Raymond- Barker, Gentleman, b. 1875.
Seat — Fairford Park, Fairford, Glos. Res. — The Ferns,
Tetbury, Glos.

Hugh William Heneage Raymond- Barker, Gentleman,
b. 1876 ; m. 1907, Dorothy, second d. of P. Forsyth-
Forrest of The Querns, Cirencester. Res. —

RAYNER of Chieveley Manor (H. Coll.). Gules, a
pile ermine, on a chief or, three roses of the field, barbed
and seeded proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a fox courant
proper, two mullets or. Motto — " Devoir."

Second son of Edward William Rayner, of Liverpool,

b. 1824 ; d. 1896 ; m. 1857, Isabella", d. of John Hilton

Lockett, of Grassendale House, Aigburth, Lanes. : —

Oscar Welwyn Rayner, Esq., J.P., and (1922) High

Sheriff Berks., M.A. (Cantab), Barrister-at-Law, b. 1864;

m. 1901, Ethel Frances, d. of the late Capt. Francis

Henry Garnett, 15th Regt. ; and has issue — Frances

Isobel. Seat — Chieveley Manor, Newbury. Clubs —

Marlborough, Orleans.

RAYNER (H. Coll.) Azure, on a chevron or, between
three demi-lions rampant of the last, five cross crosslets of
the first. Mantling azure and or. Crest — Upon a wreath
of the colours, in front of a demi-lion rampant or, holding
in the dexter paw a cross crosslet azure, a serpent nowed
proper. Motto — " Facta non verba. " Livery — Black.

Son of John Rayner, Gentleman, M.D., formerly Assist-
ant-Surgeon 4th Middlesex Horse Artillery, b. 18 19;
m. 1st, 1844, Emily (d. 1866), d. of Thomas Gould: —
John Alexander Rayner, Gentleman, B.A. (Lond. ), b.
1845. Estates — Freehold and leasehold house-property in
London. Res. — 16 The Drive, Orpington.

REA (U.O. ) Vert, on a chevron or, between three roe-
bucks in full course, as many thistles slipped all proper.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a roebuck at gaze proper. Motto — " In omnia

Sons of Joseph Rea, Gentleman, b. 1874 ; m. 1903,

Joan, d. of Mervyn Henry Harris, of Keady, co.

Armagh : —

John Harris Rea, Gentleman, b. 1904. Postal address

— c/o Provincial Bank of Ireland, Banbridge, co. Down.

Henry Dickson Sprott Rea, Gentleman, b. 1906. Res. —

REA (H. Coll., 24 Jan. 19 16). Or, on a fesse wavy
azure, between three stags courant gules, a lymphad
sails furled, of the field. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a stag at gaze gules, rest-




ing the dexter fore leg on an anchor or. Motto — " In
omnia promptus." Livery — Fawn, with blue facings.

Sons of Rt. Hon. Russell Rea, P.C., M.P. South

Shields, of Tanhurst, Dorking, b. 1846; d. 19 16 ;

m. 1872, Jane Philip, d. of P. L. Mactaggart, of

Liverpool : —
Walter Russell Rea, Esq., Junior Lord of the Treasury
1915-16, M.P. Scarborough 1906-18, N. Bradford 1923-
24, b. 1873; m. 1896, Evelyn, d. of J. Muirhead, of
Edinburgh. Res. — 12 Smith Square, Westminster.
Clubs — Reform, Bath, Ranelagh.

Alec Lionel Rea, Esq., High Sheriff of Westmorland
1917-18, J. P. Liverpool 1913, Chevalier Legion of
Honour, b. 1878 ; tn. 1900, Marguerite, only d. of Charles
Requa, of New York. Res. — 10 Stratton Street, W.i ;
Coles Dane, Harrietsham, Kent. Clubs — Garrick,


READ of Colerne (H. Coll.). Azure, a griffin segreant
or, holding between the claws gules a bezant. Mant-
ling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
in front of an eagle displayed sable, armed and collared
or, two laurel branches fructed in saltire proper. Motto
— " Semper eadem."

Son of Col. Alfred Read, of Chester, b. 1846 ; d.

1905 : —
Sir Alfred Henry Read, Knt. Bach. (1919), J. P. Wilts.,
b. 1871 ; tn. 1st, 1918, Jane Charlotte (d. 1919), d. of
Frederick Macneal ; 2nd, 1920, Elena, d. of Henry Fisher,
and widow of Charles Vincent, Lieut. East Kent Regt. ;
and has issue — 1 son. Res. — 6 Spring Gardens, S.W.i.
Clubs — Bath, Carlton.

READE of Barton. Gules, a saltire between four
garbs or. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On the
stump of a tree vert, a falcon rising proper, belled and
jessed or. Motto — " Cedant arma togae."

Sons of Sir George Franklin Reade, 10th Bart.,
b. 1869 ; d. 1923 ; tn. 1893, Carrie, d. of Nathan
Nixon :
Sir John Stanhope Reade, nth Bart. (4 March 1660),
b. 1897 ; tn. 1924, Alice, d. of L. L. Dubber, of Gayford,
Michigan. Res. — Dexter, Michigan, U.S.A.
Clyde Nixon Reade, Esq., b. 1905. Res. —

READE of Ipsden (H. Coll.). Gules, a saltire between
four garbs or. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, on a stump of a tree vert, a falcon
rising proper, belled and jessed or. Motto — "Cedant
arma togae."

Sons of Rev. Henry St. John Reade, M.A. , of Ipsden
House, b. 1840; d. 1884; m. 1868, Frances Anne (d.
1920), only d. of Rev. W. Vincent, Vicar of Chipper-
field, Herts. : —
William Henry Vincent Reade, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxon.),
b. 1872. Res. — Keble College, Oxford.

Rev. Francis Vincent Reade, b. 1874. Res. — The
Oratory, Birmingham.

Son of William Barrington Reade of Ipsden House,
H.E.I.C.'s Cavalry, J. P. and D.L.,£. 1803; m. 2nd,
1837, Elizabeth (d. 1895), only child of John Murray of
Ardbennie, co. Perth, Capt. R.N.: —
Frederick Murray Reade, Gentleman, b. 1848; tn. 1883,
Marianne Cecilia, only d. of the late Lieut. -Col. George
V. F. Coleman ; and has issue — Wilfred Murray Coleman
Reade, Gentleman, b. 1886; and Edith Madeleine. Res. —
Son of Rev. Compton Reade, M.A. , Rector of Ken-
chester, b. 1834 ; d. 1909 ; tn. 1867, Emma, d. of
Henry Reade Scott-Waring : —
Compton Reade, Gentleman, late Lieut. 5th Dragoon
Guards, b. 1869. Res. —

READE (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a saltire
vair6 azure and or, between four Cornish choughs proper
(Reade); 2 and 3, erminois, on a chevron embattled
gules, three estoiles or, all within a bordure engrailed sable
(Revell). Mantling azure and or. Crest -On a wreath
of the colours, a mount vert, thereon, between two reeds
proper, a Cornish chough wings elevated also proper.
Motto — " Cedant arma togae."

Sons of John Page Reade of Crowe Hall, Suffolk, J. P.,
D.L., High Sheriff 1865, B.A. (Oxon), b. 1806 ; d. 1880 ;
m. 1st, 1829, Helen (d. 1852), d. of Sir James Colquhoun,
3rd Bart. ; 2nd, 1854, Lady Mary Stuart Knox (d. 1903),
d. of 2nd Earl of Ranfurly : —
Hubert Granville Revell Reade, Gentleman, b. 1857.

Res.— Church Farm, Much Dewchurch, Hereford. Club —
Oxford and Cambridge.

Major-Gen. Raymond Northland Revell Reade, C.B.,
C.M.G., J. P. Suffolk, Col. Shropshire L.I., in charge of
Adminis. N. Command 1910-12, served in Afghan War
1879-80, Ashanti Exped. 1895-6, W. Africa 1898, S.
African War 1899-1900, and Great War 1914-19, b. 1861 ;
;«.fi894, Rose Frances, d. of Col. Almeric George Spencer,
and widow of Capt. Charles Greenway ; and has issue —
Mary Spencer Revell [tn- 1918, Capt. Fergus Graham, M.P.,
eld. son of Sir Richard Graham, Bt., of Netherby] . Res. —
Stutton Manor, Ipswich. Clubs — Travellers', Naval and
Military, County (Ipswich).

READE (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent,
a saltire vair6 azure and or, between four Cornish choughs
proper (Reade); 2 and 3, erminois, on a chevron em-
battled gules, three estoiles or, all within a bordure
engrailed sable (Revell). Mantling sable and argent.

C res t— On a wreath of the colours, a mount vert, thereon,
between two reeds proper, a Cornish chough wings elevated
also proper. Motto— " Cedant arma togae." Livery—

Sons of Rev. Charles Darby Reade, formerly Rector of

Stow-Bedon, Norfolk, J. P. London and Middlesex,

b. 1820; d. 1908; tn. 1st, 1847, Elizabeth Laurence,

d. of late John Aitken, H.E.I.C.S., of Carshalton

Park, Surrey; 2nd, 1895, Maud, ygst. d. of George

Higinbotham, late Chief-Justice of Victoria: —

Arthur Revell Reade, Esq., Major Welsh Regt., b. 1855.

Post, adds.— 83 Holland Road, Kensington, W. ; Hill

House, Ufford, Woodbridge.

Edward Revell Reade, Esq., Major East Lancashire
Regt., Governor H.M. Prison, Leicester, b. 1862.
Charles Revell Reade, Gentleman, b. 1897.
Hugh Revell Reade, Gentleman, b. 1901.
George Aitken Revell Reade, Gentleman, b. 1904.
Henry Revell Reade, Gentleman, b. 1906.
READE (U. O.). Azure, a pelican in her piety vulning
herself proper, in chief three garbs or. Mantling azure
and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, on a mount
vert an eagle, wings expanded and inverted, holding in the





beak a thistle slipped all proper. Motto— " Cedant arma

Son of Robert Henry Sturrock Reade, Esq. , J . P. , D. L.
of Wilmont,' Dunmurry, co. Antrim : —
George Sturrock Reade, Gentleman, b- . Res. — Fir-

grove, Muckomore, co. Antrim.

Sons of James Thomas Reade, of Belfast, b. 1844 ;
d. 1920 : —
James Stewart Reade, Esq., J. P., b. 1871. Res.— Clon-
more, Lisburn, co. Antrim.

Cecil Reade, Gentleman, b. 1878. Res. — Ardara, Antrim
Road, Belfast.

READETT-BAYLEY of Lenton Abbey (H. Coll.).
Quarterly, I, quarterly, i. andiiii., gules, fretty or, on a chief
argent, three bears gambs erect sable (Bayley ) ; ii. andiii. ,
azure, in chief two mullets, and in base a trefoil slipped or
(Readett) ; 2. the same arms of Bayley ; 3. argent, on a

bend gules between two millrinds sable, a lion passant
between two trefoils or (Turner); 4. per fesse gules and
sable, four lions' heads erased, and in the centre point a
mullet all or (Farmer); 5. argent, two bars gules between
three maunches in pale sable (Bardsley). Mantling gules
and or. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a gryphon
ejant sable, resting the dexter claw on a fret or (Bayley.

2. On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, in front
of park pales proper, a horse passant gules, bridled or
(Readett). Mottoes — "Swift and true," and (over the
Bayley crest) " Garde la fey." Badge— A reindeer's head
erased sable, gorged with an antique crown or. Livery —
Steel grey, red and gold.

Yngr. son of Thomas Bayley, Esq., of Lenton Abbey,

J. P. Notts., Sheriff of Nottingham 1881, M.P. for

Chesterfield Div. of Derbyshire 1892-1905, b. 1846;

d. 1906; m. 1874, Annie Mary Bradley (d. 1904), d.

and coh. of Henry Farmer, of Lenton : —

Lt.-Col. Sir Henry Dennis Readett-Bayley, K.B.E.,

J.P.Notts., D.L. and (1921) High Sheriff E. Notts., served

Great War Lt. -Col . R. A. M. C. , has Croix de Guerre, Legion

of Honour, b. 1878 ; m. 1903, Audrey Cecil, fourth dau. of

Readhead, Esq.,
M.C., Maj. T.F.
Towers, of Gos-

Aid. Sir John Turney, of Gedling, Notts. : and has issue —
Thomas Dennis Readett Readett-Bayley, Esq., b. 1906 ;
Catherine Turney ; Barbara ; Anne Hester ; and Audrey
Diana. Seats — Elton Manor, Notts.; Muston Lodge,
Filey, Yorks. Clubs — Bath, Royal Automobile, Notting.
ham County (Notts).

READHEAD of Westoe (H. Coll.). Azure, on. a fesse
between two cross crosslets fitchee or, as many martlets
sable, all within two flaunches of the second. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon
waves of the sea proper, a galley sable, in front thereof
two anchors saltirewise or. Badge — Two narcissi in
sal tire proper, entiled by a circlet or. Motto — " Lahore

Son of John Readhead, of South Shields : —

Sir James Readhead, 1st Bart., of Westoe, South
Shields (20 Jan. 1922), Knight of Grace of the Order of
the Hospitai of St. John of Jerusalem in England, J. P.,
co. Durham, b. 18 ; m. 1877, Ann S. Holder, of South
Shields ; and has had issue — James
J. P., b. 1879 ; Stanley Readhead, Esq.
Reserve, b. ; d. 1920 ; May [m.

forth, Newcastle-on-Tyne] ; Elsie [m.
of Edgbaston, Birmingham]. Seat — Westoe Hall, South
Shields. Clubs — Constitutional, Carlton.

READING, Marquess of, see ISAACS.


RECKITT (H. Coll.). Sable, a fleur-de-lys or, between
five escallops, three in chief and two in base argent.
Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a \\ reath of the colours,
in front of a lion sejant erect sable, collared flory
counterflory or, a fleur-de-lys of the last between two escal-
lops argent. Motto — " Recta sursum."

Sons of Sir James Reckitt, 1st Bart., J. P., D.L., b.
1833; d. 1924; m. 1865, Kathleen (d. 1923), d. of the
late Robert Saunders, of Lilling and Harrogate,
Yorks. : —

Sir Harold James Reckitt, 2nd Bart. (17 July 1894),
B.A., LL.B. (Cantab.), J. P. E.R. Yorks. and W. Sussex,
Barrister -at-Law, Inner Temple, M.P. Pontefract 1893, and
for Brigg, Lines., 1895-1906, b. 1868; m. 1899, Christine
(who obtained a div. 1907), d. of the late Alexandra Howden
of Holland Park, W. ; 2nd, 1908, Julia Allen, d. of the late
Charles H. Conner, of New Albany, Indiana, U.S.A.; and
has issue (by 1st wife) — Nancie [m. 1925, Brian Hughes-
Reckitt,of 34 Eaton Square, and has issue]. Seat — Little
Green, Petersfield, Hants. Town res. — Little Green Lodge,
Thurloe Place, Brompton Road, S.W. Clubs — Reform,
National Liberal.

Philip Bealby Reckitt, Esq. , O.B.E., J. P. forN. and E.R.
Yorks., b. 1873; m. 1900, Hilda, d. of the late Frederick
Grotrian, Esq., J. P., of Ingmanthorpe Hall, Yorks. ; and has
surv. issue — Barbara; and Elizabeth Kathleen. Res. —
Swanland Manor, North Ferriby, East Yorks. ; Keldy
Castle, Pickering, Yorks. Club — United University.


REDWOOD (2 June 1856). Paly of six or and er-
mine, a lion rampant sable, on a chief azure, an embattled
gateway proper, between two mullets of six points of the
first. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the

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