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Basil James Ross, Esq., M.C., Capt. late Sherwood
Foresters, b. June 9, 1874; m. 1907, Avis Mary (d. 1924),
only d. of T. L. Wilkinson, Barr.-at-Law ; and has issue
—Maurice James Ross, Gentleman, Midshipman, R.N.,
b. 1908 ; Thomas Desmond Ross, Gentleman, Cadet R.N.,
b. 191 1. Res. — 37 De Vere Gardens, Kensington, W.8.
Cyril John Ross, Gentleman, b. 1877.
Arthur Vernon Ross, Gentleman, b. 1879.
Reginald Wellington Ross, Gentleman, b. 1880.

ROSS (L.O., 1878). Gules, three lions rampant argent,
armed and langued azure, in the centre a mullet of the
second for difference. Mantling gules and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, an eagle with wings closed
proper. Motto — "Dread God."

Eld. son of Brig. -Gen. Sir Walter Charteris Ross,
K.B.E., C.B., C.M.G., J. P. and D.L. cos. Ross and
Cromarty, Colonel (ret.) Durham L.I., b. 1857; d.
1928 ; m. 1st, 1887, May (d. 1891), d. of Field-Marshal
Sir Donald Martin Stewart, Bart. ; 2nd, 1897, Gertrude
May Gathorne, d. of C. Hill of Clevedon Hall,
Somerset : —
George Duncan Noel Ross, Esq., b. 1903. Seat —
Cromarty House, Cromarty.

Rev. JAMES ALFRED ROSS Clerk in Holy

EO0 1683

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

Orders, M.A. (Clare Coll., Camb), Patron and Rector
of Holywell with Needingworth, St. Ives, Huntingdon-
shire. Born 1881, elder son of the late William Ross,
Gentleman, of Nafferton, East Yorks., by Mary Hannah,
dau. of William Barker of Driffield. Arms (L.O.,
1882) — Parted per pale sable and gules, two water-
bougets in chief and a boar's head couped in base argent.
Mantling: gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of
his liveries, a water-bouget argent. Motto — " Agnoscar
eventu." Livery — Black, with light drab facings. Res. —
Holywell Rectory, St. Ives, Huntingdonshire. Clubs —
Royal Societies, Union Society (Cambridge).

ROSS of Rosstrevor (U.O.). Or, a chevron embattled
counter- embattled between three water - bougets sable.

colours, an arm embowed in armour, the hand grasping
a dagger all proper. Motto — " Per aspera virtus."

Son of Major David Ross, b. 1828 ; d. 1888 ; m. 1851,
Mary, d. of Dr. William Austin, Insp.-Gen. of Army
Hospitals : —
William Levingston Ross, Gentleman, L.R.C.S. ,
L.R.C.P.I., b. 1855; m. 1896, Laura, d. of G. M. Felton,
C.C., of Cripplegate, London; and has had issue — (1)
Austin Felton Ross, Gentleman, b. 1897; (2) George
Levingston Ross, Gentleman, b. 1898 ; d. 1929 ; (3) David
Robert Ross, Gentleman, b. 1900 ; and Laura Kathleen,
d. 1925. Res. — 1 Rostrevor Mansions, Southsea, Hants.
Sons of Edmond Ross, Gentleman, b. ; d. ;

m. ist, , EmilyDalton ; 2nd, , Emily Augusta

Belton : —
Edmond Augustus Ross, Gentleman, b. 1876. Res. —
William Dalrymple Ross, Gentleman, b. 1888.
David Newlyn Ross, Gentleman, b. 1896. Res. —

Son of Col. Sir Edward Charles Ross, Knt. Bach.,

C.S.I., served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-58

(medal with clasp), was employed in Indian Political

Dept. as Assist. Political Agent at Gwadur, Political

Agent and Consul at Muscat, Resident in the Persian

Gulf, and Consul-General for Fars, &c. , 1863-1891 ;

o. 1836; d. 1913 ; m. 1862, Sarah M. C. (d. 1913),

d. of Col. Charles S. Whitehill :—

George Whitehill Ross, Esq., CLE., D.S.O., Col. Indian

Army, Mil. Accountant-Gen. for India, b. 1878; m. 1903,

Clare Josephine, elder d. of Major G. A. Welman, Indian

Army, and has issue — 1 son. Res. — Simla. Address —

c/o Lloyds Bank, Ltd. , Bombay.

Son of David Ross-of-Bladensburg, bearingtheBladens-
burg augmentation : —
The late Lieut. -Col. Sir John Foster George Ross-of-
Bladensburg, K.C.B., K.C.V.O. (q.v.).

ROSS (Matric. 24 July 1905, L.O.). Or, a boar's head
couped gules between three water-bougets sable, all within
a bordure of the last, charged in chief and base with three
padlocks argent, and in the flanks with two swords erect
proper, hilted and pommelled of the field. Mantling
sable, doubled or. Crest— On a wreath of the liveries, a
sprig of laurel in flower proper. Motto— " Agnoscar

Son of Lt.-Gen. Sir Alexander George Ross, K.C.B.
(1905), Col. 51st Sikhs (Frontier Force), served in Indian
Mutiny 1858-9, Abyssinian Campaign 1868, Jowaki
Campaign 1877-8, Afghan War, 1878-9, Mahsood
Wuzeeree Exped. 1881, Zhob Valley Exped. 1890, b.
1840; d. 1910; m. 1870, Emma Walwyn, d. of Lt.-
Gen. G. E. Gowan, C.B., R.A. :—
Alexander Edward Ross, Esq., Imperial Forest Service,
Burma. Res. — Burma.




Son of Alexander Ross, Indian Civil Service, b. 1816 ;

d. 1899 ; m. 1839, Isabella, d. of Justin McCarthy of

Carrignavar, co. Cork, representative of MacCarthy

of Muskerry : —
William Gordon Ross, Esq., late Lt.-Col. R.E. [Matric.
L.O. 10 Dec. 1898. Same arms, the bordure engrailed.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a stag trippant gules,

attired and unguled or. Motto as above], b. 1843 ; is m.
and has issue — William Gordon Ross, Gentleman, b. 1888.

ROSS of Limavady and Ham. Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a
chevron chequy sable and argent, between three water-
bougets gules, on a chief of the last, as many cross crosslets
of the field (Ross — Confd. U.O. 10 Dec. 1902); 2. vert, a

griffin segreant argent, within a bordure or, charged with
eight ogresses (Collins of Ham — H. Coll., 1911); 3- quar-
terly, i. and iiii., argent, a chevron sable; ii. and iii.,
argent, a chevron sable between three oak-leaves vert (Tre-
lawny). Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a hawk's head erased proper, holding in the
beak a cross crosslet fitchee or. Motto — "Audeo."

Sons of Rev. William Ross of Limavady, B.A. , Vicar
and Rural Dean of Dungiven, co. Londonderry, Canon
of St. Columb's Cathedral, Londonderry, b. 1814 ;
d. 1891 ; m. 1851, Caroline Matilda (d. 1889), d. of
Arthur Luce Trelawny Collins of Ham, Devon, Lieut.
R.A. :—
Rev. John Trelawny Trelawny-Ross (assumed name of
Trelawny-Ross by Deed-Poll 1903), M.A., D.D. Trin. Coll.
Dublin, Vicar of Paignton with Marldon 1892-1908 ; Rural
Dean of Ipplepen 1898-1902 ; Surrogate of Diocese of
Exeter 1899, Proctor in Convocation for the Clergy 1910-23,
Public Preacher, Dio. Ex. 1908, b. 17 Sept. 1852 ; m. 1st,
1881, Emma Mary Katharine (d. 1886), d. of Alexander
Bassett of Baynton House, Glamorgan ; 2nd, 1894, Mary
Frederica Cecilia, d. of Capt. George Somerville Digby,
Grenadier Guards, and Lady Emily Jane Digby ; and has
had issue — (1) Rev. William Edwin Trelawny Trelawny-
Ross, M.C., M.A. Merton Coll. Oxford, Vicar of East
Teignmouth, Devon, Hon. Chaplain to the Forces 1920,
b. 1883 [m. 1924, Wilfreda Anne, d. of Col. W. P. Bastard,
of Kitley, Devon, O.B.E., D.L. ; and has issue — John
Pollexfen Trelawny Trelawny-Ross, Gentleman, b. 1926 ;
and Elizabeth Anne Trelawny] ; (2) Alexander Hamelin
Trelawny-Ross, Gentleman, M.A. , Merton Coll. Oxford,
awarded Bronze Medal of Roy. Humane Society 1902,
b. 1884 (Res. — Lyon House, Sherborne, Dorset) ; (3) Rev.
Stephen Matthew Trelawny Trelawny-Ross, M.A. Christ
Church, Oxford, C.R. , served Great War 1917-19 with 2nd
Artists' Rifles, O.T.C., b. 1894 (Res. — House of Resur-
rection, Mirfield.Yorks.); Mary Trelawny (d. 1905) ; Caroline
Sophia ; Addis Emily Trelawny ; and Katharine Lucy
Trelawny. Seats — Limavady, Ireland; Ham, Devon.
Res. — Ham, nr. Plymouth.

Robert Leslie Marcus Ross, Gentleman, b. 1856 ; m. 1884,
Laura Belle Shaver ; and has issue — Caroline Matilda ;
and May. Res. — Peru, Indiana.

Son of Arthur William Pollexfen Ross, Gentleman,
Knight of the Grand Mil. Order of Our Saviour, b. 1854 ;
d 1920; m. 1st, 1879, Elizabeth Blades (d. 1905) ; 2nd,
1906, Sarah Jennings : —
Arthur William Robert Ross, Gentleman, b. 1880 ; m.
1907. Mary Agnes Roche ; and has issue — Trelawny Wil-
liam Ross, Gentleman, b. 191 1 ; and Arthurine Frances.
Res. — London.

ROSS (L.O., 27 Jan. 1913). Parted per fesse or and
sable, two water-bougets in chief of the second and in base
a lion rampant of the first, armed and langued gules.
Mantling sable, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his
liveries, a hand holding a garland of laurel proper. Motto
" Honor."

Eldest son of late William Russell Ross, Gentleman,

of New York, formerly of Montreal, Canada, b. 1831 ;

d. 1913 ; m. 1855, Lucy, d. of late Andrew Russell,

Esq. , Assistant Commissioner of Crown Lands in

Province of Ontario : —

Walter Lord Ross, Gentleman, B.C.L. (McGill Univ.),

Barr.-at-Law, b. 1856 ; m. 1893, Alma St. Clair, d. of late

William Simpson Henderson of Quebec, Canada. Res. —

The late Lieut. -Col. Sir JOHN FOSTER GEORGE
ROSS-OF-BLADENSBURG. of Rosstrevor, in the co. of
Down, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., j.P. and D.L, Chief Com-
missioner of the Dublin Metropolitan Police, formerly
Major Coldstream Guards, A.D.C. to Earl Spencer when
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, A.D.C. to the Earl of Carnarvon
when Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Z?orn July 27, 1848,
being the second son of the late David Ross-of-Bladensburg,
Esq., J.P. , by his wife Harriet Margaretta, commonly
known as the Honourable Harriet Margaretta, dau. of the
Right Honourable Thomas Henry Foster, Viscount Ferrard,
by his wife the Right Honourable Harriet, in her own right
Viscountess Massereene, and sister of the Right Honourable
the tenth Viscount Massereene and Ferrard, Knight of the
Most Illustrious Order of Saint Patrick. Armorial bearings
— Per fesse embattled argent and or, in chief issuant a
dexter arm embowed vested gules, the cuff azure, encircled
by a wreath of laurel, the hand grasping a flagstaff broken
in bend sinister, therefrom flowing the colours of the United
States of America proper, in base the arms of Ross of Ross-
Trevor, namely or, a chevron embattled counter-embattled
between three water-bougets sable, on a canton of the third
pendent from a riband a representation of the cross
presented by command of His Majesty to the late Major-
General Ross, in testimony of his Royal approbation of his
services. Motto — " Bladensburg," and impaling the arms





of Foster-Skeffington, namely, quarterly, 1 and 4, argent,
three bulls' heads erased sable, armed or (for Skeffington) ;
2 and 3, azure, a chevron between three chaplets or (for
Clotworthy). Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting his degree, with a Mantling sable and or. Crest —
Of honourable augmentation, out of a mural crown or, a
dexter arm grasping the colours as in the arms ; in addition
to the crest of the family of Ross of Ross-Trevor, namely
upon a wreath of the colours, an arm vambraced and em-
bowed, the hand grasping a dagger all proper. Married
January 6, 1870, Blanche Amelia, commonly known as the
Honourable Blanche Amelia, youngest dau. of the Right
Honourable the tenth Viscount Massereene and Ferrard ;
and died 1926. Seat— Ross-Trevor House, Ross-Trevor,
co. Down.

ROSS-LEWI N ( ). Argent, a bend engrailed

sable, between two trefoils slipped vert. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
lion sable, iiolding between the paws a trefoil slipped vert.
Motto — " Consilio ac virtute."

Son of Rev. Robert O'Donelan Ross-Lewin, M.A. ,
Chaplain R.N., Rector of Wark-on-Tyne, in the co. of
Northumberland, and Rural Dean in the Diocese of
Newcastle, Hon. Canon of Newcastle Cathedral, b.
1850; d. ; m. 1897, Katherine Mary Beatrice, d.

of John W. Walton Wilson, Esq. , J. P., of Shotley Hall,
Northumberland : —
Francis Henry Westropp Ross-Lewin, Esq., Capt. Ind.
Army, b. 1898. Estate — Ross- Hill, Kildysart, co. Clare.

ROSSE, Earl of, see PARSONS.

ROSSLYN, Earl of, see ERSKINE.


ROSTRON (H. Coll.). Azure, a tower triple-towered ar-
gent, within an orle of crescents or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a cubit arm vested azure, the cuff argent, charged

with a saltire or, holding in the hand two branches of red-
thorn proper. Motto — " Semper vigilans." Livery — Blue,
with gilt buttons : blue and yellow striped waistcoat.

Son of Laurence William Simpson Rostron, Gentleman,
of New College, Oxford, M.A. and B.C.L., and of
Lincoln's Inn, Barr.-at-Law, b. 1872 ; d. 1915 ; m. 1910,
Kathleen Mary Danvers, eld. d. of Charles A. Dingwall
of Shepley House, Carshalton, co. Surrey: —
Richard Simpson Rostron, Gentleman, b. 191 1. Postal
add. — 27 Sloan e Court, S.W.

Only surv. son of Simpson Rostron, Esq., of Eden-
field, co. Lancaster, J. P., Barrister-at-Law (Middle
Temple), b. 1833; d. 1907; m. 1868, Christina Jane,
only d. of the late William Riley of the Outwoods. co.
Warwick : —

Philip Simpson Rostron, Esq., Major late R.H. A., served
S. Africa, and Great War, 1914-18, b. 1878; m. 1912,
Beatrice Mary, d. of the late Thomas Gorst ; and has issue
— Angela Mary. Clubs — Naval and Military ; Wellington.

ROTH of Harley Street (H. Coll., 16 Ap. 1923).
Gules, a griffin segreant within an orle argent, in chief
a sun in splendour or, between two bezants each charged
with a saltire of the field. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a sun
issuant in splendour or, the stump of a tree sprouting
proper. Motto — " Repullulat."

Second son of Bernard Roth, F.S.A., F.R.C.S.,

of Kingswood, Enfield, Middx., b. 1852 ; d. 1915 ;

m. 1878, Ann Elizabeth, d. of Rt. Hon. John Bright,

P.C., of One Ash, Rochdale :—
Paul Bernard Roth, Gentleman, F.R.C.S. (Eng.), M.B.,
Ch.B.( Aberdeen), b. 1882 ; m. 1911, Emilie Harding, d. of
William Harding Lauder, of Dublin ; and has issue —
Paul Harding Roth, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; Michael
Heriot Roth, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; Vivien. Res. — 29
Welbeck Street, W.i ; 65 Curzon Street, Mayfair, W.
Club — Reform.

ROTHBAND of Higher Broughton (H. Coll.). Or, on
a fesse gules, between two rolls of vellum fessewise
proper, three mullets of the field pierced of the second-
Mantling gales and or. Crest — On a wreath of th
colours, issuant from a chaplet of roses gules, seeded
or, barbed and leaved vert, a demi-griffin the wings
addorsed sable, holding in the dexter claw a roll of vel-
lum as in the arms. Badge — A griffin's claw erect and
erased sable, entiled by a circlet or, and grasping a roll of
vellum proper. Motto — " Fides servanda est."

Son of Jacob Rothband, of Manchester, b. ; d.

1877 ; m. ,Marion(d. 1897), d. of John Immer: —

Sir Henry Lesser Rothband, istBart. (20 July, 1923)
of Higher Broughton, Salford, b. 1853 ; m. 1878, Ella,
d. of the late Joseph Mandleberg, of Manchester ; and
has had issue — Percy Lionel Rothband, Esq., late Capt.
Manchester Regt., b. 1884 [m. 1918, Ellen Elizabeth, d.
of William Francis Fisher, of Altrincham ; and d. 1926,
leaving issue — Jean Olga Eleanor] ; Gladys Lilian [m.
1905, Harold Baerlein ; and has issue] ; Ivy Vivienne
[w. 1919, Raymond Sopwith ; and has issue]. Res. —
The Hollies, Higher Broughton, Manchester. Club —
Reform (Manchester).


(retired) Royal Artillery, J. P. co. of Oxford. Born May io,
1841, being the only son of the late Rev. Richard




Jephson Rothe, B.A., Rector of Macloneigh, co. Cork, by
his wife Harriet, dau. of Lieut. -General Charles Turner.
Armorial bearings — Or, on a mount in base vert, a stag
trippant argent, under an oak-tree of the second. Mantling
vert and or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
on a mount vert, a stag lodged argent, attired or ; with the
Motto, "Solo salus servire Deo." Post, add.— Neithrop
House, Banbury, Oxon. Club — Naval and Military.

ROTHERAM of Crossdrum (U.O.). Vert, three stags
trippant or. Mantling vert and or. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, a stag's head couped proper, attired or.
Motto — " Honor et honestas."

Sons of Edward Rotheram, Esq., J. P., of Crossdrum,
co. Meath, High Sheriff 1885, b. 1828; d. 1904; m.
1886, Maria Louisa, youngest d. of Samuel Cooper of
Killenure Castle, co. Tipperary : —

Edward Rotheram, Esq., J. P. co. Meath, High Sheriff
1906, b. 1872 ; m. 1907, Jane Mabel, d. of Sir Robert
Gardner of Ashley, Clyde Road, Dublin ; and has issue —
Edward Rotheram, Gentleman, b. 1908; and Jean. Seatt
— Crossdrum, Oldcastle, co. Meath, Sallymount Houst,
Castlepollard, co. Westmeath.

George Astley Rotheram, Gentleman, b. 1874 ; m. 1909,
Millicent, d. of John Radcliff Battersby of Longbawn, co.
Westmeath ; and has issue — Clothilde Rosa. Res. — Sally-
mount, Castlepollard, co. Westmeath.

,*3Austen Morgan Rotheram, Esq., High Sheriff co. Cavan
1903, b. 1876. Seat — Castlecor, Oldcastle, co. Meath.

Sisson Henry Rotheram, Gentleman, £.1880; m. 1906,
May Jackson. Seat —



ROTHES, Earl of, see LESLIE.

ROTHSCHILD (Vienna, 1822. Recorded by R.L., 16
June 1838, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1. or, an eagle displayed
sable, langued gules; 2 and 3, azure, issuing from the
dexter and sinister sides of the shield, an arm embowed
proper, grasping five arrows points to the base argent ; 4.
or, a lion rampant proper, langued gules, over all an escut-
cheon gules, thereon a target, the point to the dexter proper.
Crests — 1. (centre) issuant from a ducal coronet or, an
eagle displayed sable ; 2. (dexter), out of a ducal coronet or,
between open buffalo's horns per fesse or and sable, a
mullet of six points or ; 3. (sinister), out of a ducal coronet
or, three ostrich feathers, the centre one argent, the exterior
ones azure. Supporters (of the Austrian Barony) — Dexter,
a lion rampant or; sinister, a unicorn argent. Motto —
" Concordia, integritas, industria. "

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Nathan Mayer Rothschild, 1st
Baron Rothschild, P.C., G.C.V.O., Lord-Lieut, and
Custos Rot. co. Bucks., late Capt. Bucks. Yeo. Cav. ,
M. P. for Aylesbury 1865-85, b. 1840; d. 1915; m. 1867,
Emma Louisa, d. of Baron Mayer Carl de Rothschild,
Member of the German Parliament : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Lionel Walter Rothschild, 2nd Baron Roths-
child (U.K. 29 June, 1885), 3rd Baron de Rothschild
(Austria, 29 Sept., 1822), 3rd Bart. (U.K., 12 Jan., 1847),
formerly Major Bucks. Imp. Yeo., a Member of the
Commission of Lieutenancy for -City of London, J. P.,
D.L., Bucks., M.P. for Mid Bucks. 1899-19 10, b. 1868.
Seat — Tring Park, Herts. Town res. — 148 Piccadilly.
Clubs— Bachelors' , Roy. Societies.

Son of Hon. Nathaniel Charles Rothschild, M.A.
(Cantab.), D.L. London, J. P. Northants., b. 1877 '. <*•
1923; m. 1907, Rozsika, d. of Capt. Alfred von
Wertheimstein of Nagy varad, Hungary : —
Nathaniel Mayer Victor Rothschild, Esq., b. 1910.
Res. — 4 Palace Green, W.8.

Sons of Leopold de Rothschild, Esq., C. V.O., J.P. and
D.L. Bucks., a Member of the Commission of Lieu-
tenancy for City of London, M.A. (Cambs. ),b. 1845 ; d.
1917 ; m. 1881, Marie, C.B.E., d. of Achille Perugia of
Trieste : —
Lionel Nathan de Rothschild, Esq., O.B.E., M.A.
(Camb.), J.P. Bucks., M.P. for Aylesbury Div. of Bucks.
1910-1923, late Major Bucks. I.Y. , b. 1882 ; m. 1912, Marie
Louise Eugenie, d. of late Edmund Beer; and has issue —
Edmund Leopold Rothschild, Gentleman, b 1916 ; Leopold
David Rothschild, Gentleman, b. 1927 ; Rosemary Leonora ;
and Naomi Louisa. Res. — 18 Kensington Palace Gardens,
W.8. Club— R.Y.S. (Cowes.).

Anthony Gustav de Rothschild, Esq., D.L. Bucks., M.A.
(Camb.), Major Bucks. Yeo., b. 1887; m. 1926, Yvonne,
d. of Robert Cahen D'Anvers, of Paris ; and has issue —
Renee Louise Marie. Res. — 42 Hill Street, Berkeley
Square, W.

ROTHWELL (U.O.). Ermine, two chevronels engrailed
sable, each charged with three bezants, on a canton gules, a
mural crown or. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, out of a mural crown or, a
stag's head sable, holding in the mouth a rose gules, slipped
and leaved vert. Motto — " Nil conscire sibi."
Son of : —

William Edward Rothwell, Esq., D.S.O., O.B.E., Major
and Brev. Lt.-Col. Roy. Inniskilling Fus., served Great
War 1914-18 (despatches), b. 1879 ; m. 1915, Frances Violet
Poole (d. 1923). Postal address —

ROTH WELL-JACKSON of Moorfield (R.L., 1 Aug.
1903, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 6, quarterly i. andiiii.,
argent, on a mount in base, the stump of a tree sprouting to
the sinister, thereon a falcon, wings expanded and inverted
proper, on a chief azure, a beacon fired and entwined with
a serpent between two spear-heads erect and embrued, all
of the second (Jackson); ii. and iii., ermine, two chevronels
engrailed azure, each charged with five bezants between
three roses gules, barbed and seeded proper (Rothwell) ; 2.
the same arms of Jackson ; 3. the same arms of Rothwell ;
4. argent, between two escallops, three torteaux in bend
between two bendlets gules (Heywood); 5. ermine, on a
bend double cottised gules, two covered cups or, in the
sinister chief point, a pheon of the second, on a chief of the
last, a lion passant between two pheons of the third
(Crompton). Mantling azure and argent. Crests — 1. on
a wreath of the colours, in front of a sun in splendour or,
three spear-heads erect and embrued proper (Jackson) ; 2.
on a wreath of the colours, issuant out of park pales proper,
an heraldic antelope's head ermine, attired or, gorged with
a collar engrailed azure, in the mouth a rose gules slipped
and leaved vert (Rothwell). Mottoes— " Sit lux et lux ";
" Mens conscia recti."

Sons of Charles Loxton Rothwell-Jackson (formerly
Jackson), Gentleman, M.I.C.E., of Moorfield, Tong
Moor, Bolton, Lanes., b. 1844; d. 1915 ; m. 1869-
Louisa Ellen(<£ igi7),d. of James Goodierof Manches,
Harry Loxton Rothwell-Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1872 ;
m. 1927, Florence May Jones. Res. —

Charles Peter Rothwell-Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1887; m.
1918, Lois Dawson, of Bolton ; and has issue — Charles
Peter Michael Rothwell Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1920 ; and
1 dau. Res. —

James Frederick Marshall Rothwell-Jackson, Gentleman,
b. 1889; m. 1922, Isabel Harriet Barrie, of Kingston ; and
has issue — Stephen Marshall Rothwell-Jackson, b. 1926 ;
and Joy Patience. Res. —



ROUND (Dec. 4, 1871). Argent, on a chevron cottised
sable, three pallets or, each charged with an annulet of
the second. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — upon a
wreath of the colours, a lion couchant argent, charged on
the body with three annulets interlaced sable, holding in
the mouth a sword in bend point downwards proper,
pommel and hilt or. Motto — " Esse quam videri."

Son of Rt. Hon. James Round, P.C., of Birch, co.

Essex, J.P. and D.L. , M.A. (Oxford), Barrister-at-Law,

late M.P. for East Essex (Harwich), b. 1842; d. 1916;

m. 1870, his cousin, Sibylla Joanna (d. 1912), d. of Rev.

Henry Freeland, Rector of Hasketon, co. Suffolk: —

Charles James Round, Esq., D.L. , J.P. and (19 13) High

Sheriff co. Essex, b. 1885 ; m. 1910, Sylvia, d. of

Walter Maximilian de Zoete of Layer Marney Towers ; and

has surv. issue — Charles Oliver Round, Esq., b- 1918 ;

Anthony John Round, Esq., b. 1922 ; and Silvia Joanna.

Seats —

Sons of Francis Richard Round, Esq., C.M.G., of
Sutton Court, Surrey, M.A. (Oxon.), Clerk in the
Colonial Office, b. 1845; d. 1920; m. 1881, Frances
Emily, d. of J. Jolliffe Tufnell, Esq., of Langleys,
Essex : —

Plate XVII







Douglass Gray Round, Gentleman, b. 1882; m. 191 1,
Irene Courtenay, d. of Rev. C. Gale, Vicar of Christchurch,
Surrey; and has issue — Miriam Frances. Res. — Cottage
Wood, Walton-on-Thames.

Rev. George R. Jolliffe Round, Vicar of All Saints', Ketter-
ing, b. 1884. Res. — 83 Charles Street, Kettering.

Arthur John Maurice Round, Gentleman, b. 1891 ; m.
Margery, d. of Canon d'Easom, of New Westminster, B.C. ;
and has issue — Harold Geoffrey Round, Gentleman, b.
1923 ; and Joan Auriol Margery. Res. — Lethbridge,
Alberta, Canada.

ROUND. Or, a garb vert, between three millrinds

Dau. of Joseph Round, Gentleman, 6.1833; m, 1875,
Emma Caroline, dau. of Edwin Alldridge of Westwood,
Edgbaston : —

Violet Caroline Phoebe. Res. —

Rector of Sudbrooke, and Vicar of Scothorne, Lincoln.
Born Feb. 11, 1877, being the eldest son of the late
Henry Lewis Round-Turner, Esq., J. P., Lord of the
Manor of Woodhall, Capt. R.N., by his wife Clara,
dau. of Capt. Samuel Strong, R.N. Armorial bearings
— Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, gutt£e-d'eau, on a cross

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