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the head and loins with leaves, each holding in the exterior
hand a cudgel head downwards all proper. Motto—" Tout
a l'aide de Dieu." Livery — Blue and gold.

Eldest son of C.W. de Sauvage-Nolting, Alderman of

the Town Council of Amsterdam, Holland, b. 1857 ; d.

1911 ; m. 1882, Heile, d. of Hendrik Hesselink, of

Westerbrcek Manor, Holland: —
Henry de Sauvage-Nolting, French Consul, Officier de
l'lnstruction Publique de France, Chevalier de la Legion
d'Honneur, Master of the Manor of Swartewael, b. 1886;
m. 1926, R6gine, d. of Adolphe Goldschmidt, Banker, of
Amsterdam, and has issue — R6gine Sophie Catherine ; and
Ir6ne Louise Marie. Res. — Chateau de Pont-Roger,
Normandy, France.

SAVAGE, see HEYWORTH-SAVAGE.

SAVAGE (H. Coll., 25 Jan. 1918). Argent, on a fesse
dancett^e between four lioncels three in chief and one in
base sable, two doves each holding in the beak a branch of
olive proper. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, in front of a lion's jamb couped or,
grasping a branch of holly fructed proper, a saltire sable.
Motto — "A te pro te."

Eldest son of John Maxwell Savage, Gentleman, 01

Borrodale Road, Sefton Park, Liverpool, b. 1831 ;

d. 1906 ; m. 1858, Victoria Adelaide, d. of John Lloyd,

of London : —
Henry Maxwell Savage, Gentleman, b. 1859 ; m. 1890,
Margaret, d. of James Beckett, of Longview, Huyton,
Lanes. ; and has issue— (1) Eric Herbert Maxwell Savage,
Gentleman, b. 1891 [m. Rosalind Euphemia Winter ; and
has issue — David John Maxwell Savage, Gentleman,
b. 1924]; (2) Ronald Henry Maxwell Savage, Gentleman,
M.A. (Cantab), b. 1900; Hilda Catherine [m. 1895, Dudley
Bishop, of Winchmore Hill]. Res. — 16 Elm Park Road,
Winchmore Hill, N.21.

SAVILE, Baron, see LUMLEY-SAVILE.

SAVILE (H. Coll., 1798.). Argent, on a bend sable,
cottised gules, three owls of the first, all within a bordure
engrailed of the third. Mantling sable and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, an eagle rising per bend
sinister or and sable, holding in the beak a fleur-de-lys azure.
Motto — " Nil conscire sibi."

Sons of Rev. Frederick Alexander Stewart-Savile, J. P.
for Devon, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb. ; held successively
the Rectories of King's Nympton, North Huish, and
Torwood, Torquay, co. Devon ; assumed the name of



Stewart in 1874, under the will of his wife's uncle, Robert

Dykes, b. 1819 ; d. 1907; m. 1852, Sophia Stewart,

only d. of Thomas Dykes of Oatlands, co. Lanark : —

Walter Stewart-Savile, Esq., J. P. Bucks., Capt. late " The

Buffs," b. 1855 ; m. 1885, Mildred, d. of Capt. Montgomery

Campbell, R.A. , of Thurmaston Hall, Leics. ; and has

surv. issue — Esmee Violet [m. 1914, Lt.-Col. Darell, M.C.,

and has issue.] Res. — Ven, Sherborne, Dorset. Club —

Naval and Military.

Robert Dykes Stewart-Savile, Esq., J. P. Hants., A.D.C.
to Earl Onslow, Governor-General of New Zealand 1888,
Master of the West Kent Foxhounds 1893-5, b. 1863 ; m.
1892, Katherine Evelyn, d. of Henry Lumsden of Pitcaple ;
and has issue — Derek Stewart-Saville, Gentleman, b. 1898;
Gladys [m. 1913, John Thornycroft, son of Sir Isaac
Thornycroft]. Res. — Oaklands, Bembridge, Isle of Wight.
Clubs — Turf, White's, Windham, Royal Yacht Squadron
(Cowes).

SAVILE (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend sable, three
owls of the field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest —
Upon a wreath of the colours, an owl as in the arms.
Motto— "Be fast."

Sons of Rt. Hon. John Charles George Savile, 4th

Earl of Mexborough, b. 1810; d 1899; m. 1st, 1842,

Lady Rachel Katherine (d. 1854), eldest d. of 3rd Earl

of Oxford; 2nd, 1861, Agnes Louisa Elizabeth, d. of

John Raphael : —

Rt. Hon. John Henry Savile, 6th Earl of Mexborough

(n Feb. 1766), Viscount Pollington and Baron Pollington

of Longford, Ireland (8 Nov. 1753) [Supporters — On

either side a lion proper, collared and chained or], J. P. and

D.L. for W.R. Yorks., J. P. for N.R. Yorks., Hon. Capt.

in the Army, formerly Lieut. 2nd Life Guards, b. 1868 ;

tn. 1905, Hon. Margaret Eva de Burgh Knatchbull-

Hugessen, d. of 2nd Baron Brabourne ; and has issue —

John Raphael Wentworth Savile, commonly called Viscount

Pollington, b. 1906; Lady Agnes Marjorie Alice Mary;

Lady Beatrice Anne ; Lady Mary Elspeth Sylvia ; and Lady

Anne Sarah Alethea Marjorie. Seats — Methley Park,

Leeds; Arden Hall, Helmsley, Yorks.

Hon. George Savile, J. P. for N.R. Yorks., Hon.
Capt. in the Army, formerly Lieut. 3rd Yorkshire Regt.,
b. 1871 ; m. 1920, Lady Margaret Forbes, d. of 7th Earl of
Granard. Res. — Ditton Lodge, Thames Ditton ; Hawnby
Lodge, Helmsley. Clubs — Bachelors', Travellers', Yorks.
Son of Rev. and Hon. Philip York Savile, b. 1814 ;
d. 1897; m. 1842, Emily Mary Brand, d. of William
Hale of King's Walden, Herts. : —
Henry William Savile, Esq., Commander R.N. (ret.),
b. 1850. Res. —

FREDERIC SAVILL SAVILL-ONLEY, Esq., Major
King's Royal Rifle Corps (ret.). Born April 5, 1853,
being the fourth son of the late Henry Philip Marsham of
Rippon Hall, Hevingham, in the co. of Norfolk, by his wife
Caroline Savill, eldest dau. of Onley Savill-Onley, Esq., of
Stisted Hall, in the co. of Essex, B.A. of the University of
Cambridge, by his wife and cousin Caroline Mary, fifth dau.
of Col. John Harvey of Thorpe Lodge, co. Norfolk ; and
assumed by Royal Licence 9 May 1910 the name and arms
of Savill-Onley. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, 1 and
4, per pale or and gules, three piles meeting in point
counterchanged, on a canton argent a mullet pierced sable
(for Onley) ; 2. argent, on a bend sable cottised gules,
three owls of the field (for Savill) ; 3. the arms of
Marsham. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules and or ; and
for his Crests, 1. out of a crown vallary or, an eagle's
head issuing from flames proper, holding in the beak a sprig
of laurel, also proper (for Onley) ; 2. upon a wreath of the
colours, on a mount vert, an owl argent, charged on the
body with three mullets in bend gules (for Savill) ; 3. the
crest of Marsham. Motto — " Alteri si tibi." Livery —
Dark blue, silver buttons, yellow and blue striped waistcoat.
Married, August 24, 1887, Bertha Alice, only d. of late Col.
Cameron Hogge, Grenadier Guards ; and has had issue —
Frederic Somerville Wroth Savill-Onley, Esq., Capt.
R.A.S.C., b. 1894 ; d. 1920 ; and Cameron Violet Jane [m.
1909, Edward Humphrey Noel Ryde]. Seats — Bh'ckling
Lodge, Aylsham, Norfolk ; The Hermitage, Wyke, Win-
chester. Club — Army and Navy.

SAVORY (H. Coll., 1890). Argent, two pales within as
many flaunches vert, a chief sable, thereon a staff erect en-
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Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a mount in front of a
cubit arm proper, the hand holding a chapeau gules, turned
up argent, a serpent nowed vert, between two branches of
laurel, also proper. Motto — " Esse quam videri."

Son of Rev. Sir Borradaile Savory, 2nd Bart., b. 1855;

d. 1906; m. 1881, Florence Julia (d. 1902), d. of

Frederick William Pavy, F.R.S., M.D., of Grosvenor

Street : —
Sir William Borradaile Savory, 3rd Bart. (24 March 1890),
M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb. , High Sheriff Bucks. 1923, Knight
of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of
Jerusalem, b. 1882 ; m. 1907, Argemone Margaret Carruthers,
d. of the late Charles Johnstone of Liverpool ; and has
issue— Argemone Margaret Joyce ; Diana Victor ; and
Pamela Frances. Res. — Woodlands, Stoke Poges, co.
Buckingham. Club — Leander.

SAWBRIDGE (H. Coll.). Or, two bars azure, each
charged with a barrulet dancett^e argent, on a chief in-
dented of the second, an ermine spot of the first. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
lion azure, holding in his paw a saw erect or, and charged
on the shoulder with an ermine spot as in the arms.

Sons of Rev. John Sikes Sawbridge, Rural Dean and
Hon. Canon of Ely, b. 1841 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1874, Eliza-
beth Tudor, eld. d. of late George Edward Frere,
F.R.S., of Roydon Hall, Diss, Norfolk :—

Rev. John Edward Bridgeman Sawbridge, b. 1877 ;
m. 1906, Lucy Maud, d. of Rev. Raywood Firth, and has
issue — Christopher John Bridgeman Sawbridge, Gentle-
man, b. 1906 ; Henry Raywood Sawbridge, Gentleman, b.
1907; Peter Frere Sawbridge, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; Richard
Swithin Sawbridge, Gentleman, b. 1911 ; and Lucy Mar-
garet. Res. — Brent Pelham Rectory, Buntingford.

Bartle Frere Sawbridge, Gentleman, b. 1883. Res. —
24 Reynolds Close, Hampstead Way, N.W.11.

Henry Richard Sawbridge, Esq., O.B.E., Capt. R.N.,
b. 1885. Res.— Thrigby Hall, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.

Rev. Hugh Fabian Frere Sawbridge, M.C., b. 1887.
Res. — Thrigby Hall, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.

SAWBRIDGE (H. Coll.). Or, two bars azure, each
charged with a barrulet dancette"e argent, a chief indented of
the second. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a demi-lion rampant azure, holding a hand-
saw erect or.

Sons of Capt. Robert Cooper Sawbridge, of 10th

Hussars, b. 1837; d. 1886 ; m 1872, Elizabeth Frances,

d. of Henry Denne of Canterbury : —

James Henry Alured de Denne Sawbridge, Gentleman,

b. 1873; m. 1897, Maud, eldest d. of late Richard John

Richard Ratcliffe Keane ; and has issue — Robert John

Wanley Sawbridge, Gentleman, b. 1899. Res. —

Irving Robert Wanley Sawbridge, Gentleman, b. 1875,
Res.—

SAWBRIDGE-ERLE-DRAX. Quarterly, 1 and 4,
chequy or and azure, on a chief gules, three ostrich feathers
in plume, issuant of the first, and for distinction a canton
argent, charged with a cross crosslet of the third (for
Drax) ; 2. gules, three escallops, two and one, argent, a
bordure engrailed of the last, and for distinction a canton
or, charged with a cross crosslet of the first (for Erie) ; 3.
or, two bars azure, each charged with a barrulet dancette'e
argent, a chief indented of the second (for Sawbridge).
Mantling azure and or, Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the
colours, a demi-dragon, wings inverted or, and for dis-
tinction the shoulder charged with a cross crosslet gules
(for Drax) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion
rampant azure, holding a hand-saw erect or (for Sawbridge).
Sons of Wanley Ellis Sawbridge-Erle-Drax, of Bilting
House, Wye, Esq., J. P., Lieut. Dorset (Queen's Own)
Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 1859, succeeded to his estates
under the will of his uncle, John Samuel Wanley
Sawbridge-Erle-Drax, Esquire, J. P., D.L., M.P. in
Jan. 1887; assumed by Royal Licence the additional
surnames and arms of Erle-Drax, October 7 following ;
d. 1928; in. 1892, Milward (d. 1901), only surviving
dau. of the late John Wyld, formerly Lieutenant 3rd
(King's Own) Light Dragoons : —
John Charles William Sawbridge-Erle-Drax, Gentleman,
b. 1893. Seat — Bilting House, Wye, Kent.

George Wanley Sawbridge- Erle-Drax, Gentleman, £.1900.

SAWLE, see GRAVES-SAWLE.



SAWREY-COOKSON (R L. 1881. H. Coll.). Quarterly.
1 and 4, argent, on a bend engrailed between six lioncels
gules, a rose of the first, between two arrows proper
(Sawrey) ; 2 and 3, per pale nebulyor and gules, two pallets
between as many legs couped at the thigh in armour all
counterchanged (Cookson). Mantling gules and or.
Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, in front of a dexter
arm embowed in armour, the hand grasping an arrow in
bend sinister point downwards, the Roman fasces fesseways,
all proper (Sawrey) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a demi-
lion rampant proper, gorged with a collar nebuly gules,
holding in the dexter paw a club also proper, and resting
the sinister paw on a spur, rowel upwards or (Cookson).
Mottoes — " Nil desperandum " ; " Dictisfactisque simpler."
Sons of James Sawrey-Cookson, Esq. , J. P., of Neasham
Hall, Darlington; and Broughton Tower, Broughton-
in-Furness, Lanes, (who assumed the additional name
of Sawrey by Royal Licence in 1881, in compliance
with the will of his kinsman, John Sawrey, Esq., of
Broughton Tower, co. Lancaster, D.L. and J. P. ),
b. 1816 ; d. 1888 ; m. 3rd, 1865, Georgina Margaret
(d. 1924), d. of Gen. William Edward Rawlinson, and
grand-dau. of John Rawlinson of Alresford House, co.
Southampton : —
Lt.-Col. Freville Rawlinson Sawrey-Cookson, served Boer
War and Great War, Lt.-Col. G.H.Q. Staff, b. 1866;
m. ist, 1890, Catherine Anna (d. 1920), d. of the late
Richard Stirling of Craigwallace, Bridge of Allan, and of
Cordale, Dumbartonshire ; and has had issue — James
Richard Freville Sawrey-Cookson, Gentleman, b. 1891 ;
d. 1903 ; m. and, 1924, Marjorie Doris, d. of William
Belcher, of Westcllffe-on-Sea, and Chateau St. Maurice,
Mentone. Res. — The Old Nook, Bloxham, Banbury.
Club— Junior Carlton.

Ernest Edward Sawrey-Cookson, Esq., Capt. W. Yorks.

Regt., served Great War, b. 1867; m. 1898, Amy, d. of

C. J. Coles. Res.— Leybourne Stud, West Mailing, Kent.

Lowthian Sawrey-Cookson, Gentleman, b 1870. Club —

Caledonian.

Clement Sawrey-Cookson, Gentleman, b. 1872 ; m 1906,
Myra, d. of John Neilson of Mollance, Kirkcudbrightshire ;
and has issue — John Clement Basil Sawrey-Cookson.
Gentleman, b. 1907 ; Myra Hermione ; and Janet Marion,
Res. — Lincombe Hall, Stourport, Worcs.

Christopher Bryan Crackenthorpe Sawrey - Cookson,
Gentleman, b. 1875. Res. — British Columbia.

Sydney Spencer Sawrey-Cookson, Esq., B.A. (Oxon.),
Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple), Judicial Commissioner
British North Borneo 1910, Judge of Supreme Court,
Gambia, 1920, and of Gold Coast Colony 1925, b. 1876 ; m.
1910, Edith Isabel Margaret, eldest d. of Sir George
Robertson Turner, and has issue — Richard Buchanan
Sawrey-Cookson, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; June Isabel Sydney ;
and Audrey Rosaline. Res.— Judge's Quarters, Sekond,
Accra, Gold Coast Colony. Clubs— Brooks's, New Oxford
and Cambridge.

SAWYER of Heywood (H. Coll.). Azure, a fesse
chequy or and sable, between three sea-pies argent.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a talbot guardant proper. Motto — " Cherche
et tu trouveras."

Son of Rev. William George Sawyer, M.A., Rector of

Taplow, b. 1829 ; d. ; m. 1862, Margaret, d. ot

Rev. C. A. Sheppard of Great Milton, Oxon. : —

Rev. William Ellis Sawyer, M.A., b. 1878; m. 1908,

Gertrude Margaret, eld. d. of the late Ralph Henry Cole

of Fell Court, Torquay. Res.— Middleton Stoney Rectory,

Bicester.

SAWYER (H. Coll.). Azure, a fesse argent, in chief a
caduceus erect or, between two sea-pies proper, and in base
a sea-pie of the last between two caducei erect of the
third. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, in front of two caducei saltirewise or, upon
a mount vert, a foxhound scenting proper. Motto —
" Cherche et tu trouveras."

Sons of Sir James Sawyer, Knt., M.D., F.R.C.P.,

F.S.A., J. P., of Haseley Hall, co. Warwick, b. 1844 ;

d. 1919 ; m. 1873, Adelaide Mary, d. of Rev. John

Harwood Hill, B.A., F.S.A., Rector of Cranoe,

Leics- : —

James Edward Hill Sawyer, Esq., Lt.-Col. R.A.M.C.,

T.A. Res., M.A., M.D., B.Ch. (Oxon.), M.R.C.P. (Lond.).

F.R.G.S., b. 1874 ; m. 1906, Margaret Longstaff, d. of

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and has issue — James Basil Longstaff Sawyer, Esq.,
b. 1910 ; Edward Llewellyn Sawyer, Gentleman,
b. 191 1 ; Frank Longstaff Sawyer, Gentleman, b. 1918 ;
Joan Mary. — Res. — Holton House, Burwash, Sussex.
Ralph Fitz James Sawyer, Esq., Capt. R.A.M.C. (T.A.
Res.), Barrister-at-Law, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1881 ; tn. 191 1,
Winifred Mayzod, d. of Rev. David Thomas, M.A.,
Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford, Rector of Garsington,
Oxon.; and has issue — MervynSawyer,Gentleman,6.i9i4;
Susan. Res. — Bayley House, Wellington, Shropshire.

SAY, see HALL-SAY.

SAYE and SELE, Baron, see TWISLETON-WYKE-
HAM-FIENNES.

SAYER of Pett Place (Vn. of Essex 1634, H. Coll.).
Gules, a chevron argent between three peewits proper.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a dexter arm in armour embowed proper, garnished
or, the hand grasping a griffin's head erased or.

Son of John Sayer, Esq., of Pett Place, Kent, and

Arlingham, co. Gloucester, M.A. , Barrister-at-Law

(Lincoln's Inn), J. P. co. Kent, b. 1823; d. 1886; m.

1849, Charlotte Sibella (d. 1900), d. of Rev. William

Crawley: —

Arthur Sayer, Gentleman, b. 1856; m. 1887, Anna Kate,

d. of Benjamin Smith ; and has issue — Rev. Arthur Gerald

Sayer, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar of West End, Southampton,

b. 1888 [m. 1922, Bridget Catherine, d. of the late Edward

St. Aubyn, Esq., D.L., J. P., of Manor Lodge, Devonport,

and has issue — Julian Honrywood Sayer, Gentleman,

b. 1926 ; and Madryn Bridget]. Seat— Pett Place, Charing,

Kent. Res. — Brunstead, Dean Park Road, Bournemouth.

Club — Junior Constitutional.

CHARLES EDWARD SAYLE, Gentleman, Master of
Arts of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Born
December 6, 1864, being the fifth son of Robert Sayle,
Esq., J. P., of Cambridge, by his wife Priscilla Caroline,
dau. of Thomas Ginger of Eddlesborough, in the co. of
Buckingham. Armorial bearings — Argent, on a fesse
cottised engrailed azure, between three wolves' heads erased
sable , as many griffins' heads erased or. Upon the escutcheon
is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling
azure and argent ; and for his Crest, on a wreath of the
colours, in front of a wolf's head couped sable, gorged with
a collar gemelle or, three escallops gold. Motto — " Who
most has served is greatest. " Livery — Blue and silver.
Estate — Parsley House, Southery, Downham Market, in the
county of Norfolk.

SAYLE (H. Coll., 12 Jan. 1874). Argent, on a fesse plain
with cottises engrailed azure, between three wolves' heads
erased sable, as many gryphons' heads erased or. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in
front of a wolfs head couped sable, gorged with a collar
gemel or, three escallops also or. Motto — " Who most has
served is greatest."

Sons of Bordman Bromhead Dalton Sayle, Gentleman,

of Roydon, Essex, b. 1850 ; d. 1916 ; m. 1879, Charlotte

Mary, d. of Robert Sayle, Esq., J. P., of Cambridge: —

Robert Theophilus Dalton Sayle, Esq., Capt. R.A.S.C. ,

b. 1882 ; m. 1908, Winifred Gertrude Mary, elder d. of

William Frederick Laurie ; and has issue — Mary Isabel.

Res. — Langtons, Ottershaw, Surrey. Club — Jun. Carlton.

Lieut. -Comdr. Arthur Reginald Willis Sayle, R.N. R. ,

R.D., F.R.G.S., Barrister-at-Law, Gray's Inn, b. 1887.

Club — Junior Army and Navy.

Son of Robert Sayle, Gentleman, b. 1816 ; d. 1883 ;
m. 1849, Priscilla Caroline, d. of Thomas Ginger, of
Slapton, Bucks.: —
George Moore Sayle, Gentleman, b. 1858. Res. — West
Southbourne, Hants.

ARTHUR JOHN SCANTLEBURY, Esquire, late
Capt. 3rd Middlesex Artil. (Vol.). Botn July 30, 1853,
being the eldest son of the late John Scantlebury, Esq.,
Major 3rd Middx. Artill. (Vol.), of Broadoak, Clapham
Common, Surrey, by his wife Emma, dau. of George Healey.
Armorial bearings— Argent, two chevronels gules, between
as many garbs in chief vert, and a level with plummet in
base proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crest -On a
wreath of the colours, a Cornish chough proper, holding
in the beak an estoile or, and supporting with the dexter
leg an antique shield vert, charged with an anchor also or.
Motto — " Et probus et verus." Married, May 18, 1878,



Jessie Ellen, second dau. of the late William Oliver Scantle-
bury of Barnham Court, Sussex ; and has Issue — Irene
Healey. Residence — Wilton Lodge, Boxmoor, Herts.
Club — Junior Constitutional.

SCARBROUGH, Earl of, see LUMLEY.

SCARISBRICK. Argent, a saltire engrailed parted and
fretty, between two mullets of six points in pale all sable.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, between two trefoils slipped vert, a falcon close
proper, belled and jessed, and charged on the breast with
a mullet of six points or. Motto — ' ' Patientia vincit omnia.
Son of Sir Charles Scarisbrick, Kt. Bach. , of Scarisbrick
Lodge, Lanes., J. P. and D.L. co. Lancaster, b. 1830;
d. 1923 ; m. i860, Bertha Petronella (d. 1916), dau. of
Ernst Marquard Schonfeld of Hanau on the Maine,
and of Dusseldorf on the Rhine : —
Sir (Tom) Talbot Leyland Scarisbrick, 1st Bart. (1909),
J. P. cos. Dorset and Lanes., M.P. for South Dorset 1906-
10, Mayor of Southport 1902-3, formerly Lieut. Lancashire
Hussars Yeo. Cav., b. April 28, 1874 ; m. 1895, Josephine,
youngest dau. of William Selah Chamberlain of Cleve-
land, Ohio, U.S.A., and has had issue — Everard Talbot
Scarisbrick, Esq., J. P. co. Lancaster, b. Dec. 10, 1896
[m. 1919, Nadine Celeste, d. of Charles Brumm, Esq., J. P.,
of Manchester]; Ronald Charles Talbot Scarisbrick, Esq.,
b. Jan. 15, 1899, d. April 14, 1913. Seat— Scarisbrick Hall,
Ormskirk, Lanes. Club — Bachelors'.

SCEALES of Thomhill, Falkirk (L.O., 18 Feb. 1909).




Argent, a lion passant guardant gules, between two bars
azure, the one in chief charged with three crosses patee of
the field. Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest— On a
wreath of his liveries, a lion's gamb grasping a palm-branch
proper. Motto — " Hold fast."

Only son of James Sceales, Esq., J. P., of Thornhill,
Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Brigadier-General Royal Com-
pany of Archers (Queen's Bodyguard for Scotland),
b. 1834 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1877, Maxwell Margaret
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George Adinston M'Laren Sceales of Thornhill, D.S.O. ,
Lt.-Col. late Princess Louise's 91st Argyll and Sutherland
Highlanders and Tank Corps, Member of Royal Company
of Archers (King's Bodyguard for Scotland), served in S.
African War 1899-1902 (two medals, six clasps), including
the battles of Modder River, Magersfontein, Paardeberg,
and Driefontein, and Great War 1914-19, comdg. 4th and
4/5th Black Watch, and later Brig.-Gen. comdg. 1st Tank
Bde. (desp. 3 times, D.S.O., Brev. Lt.-Col.), b. 1878;
m. 1919, Evelyn Lily May, d. of A. P. MacEwen, and
widow of Brig.-Gen. H. B. Kirk; and has issue — James
Stewart MacEwen Sceales, Gentleman, b. 1920. Seats —
Thornhill, Falkirk, Stirlingshire ; Cliffs End Hall, Ebbsfleet,
Thanet. Clubs — Army and Navy, Royal Automobile, New
(Edinburgh).

SCARLETT (H. Coll., 1835). Chequy or and gules, a
lion rampant ermine, on a canton azure, a castle triple-
turretted argent. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a Tuscan column chequy or and
gules, supported on either side by a lion's gamb ermines,
erased gules. Motto — " Suis stat viribus." Livery — Dark
blue coat and waistcoat, canary colour breeches and silver
buttons.

Sons of Leopold James Yorke Campbell Scarlett, Esq.,

of Parkhurst, Surrey, Lieut. -Col. Scots Guards, b. 1847 ;

d. 1888 ; m. 1871, Bessie Florence, second d. and cob.

of Edward Gibson : —
Rt, Hon. Hugh Richard Scarlett, D.S.O. , 7th Baron
Abinger (12 Jan. 1835) [Supporters of Barony — On
either side an angel vested argent, the tunic azure, the
wings or, in the exterior hand a sword in bend proper,
pommel and hilt or], Lt.-Col. late R. A., served S. Africa
1900-02, and Great War 1914-18 (desp., D.S.O., Brev.),
b. 1878 ; m. 1913, Marjorie Ursula, d. of John McPhillamy,
of Blair Atholl, Bathurst, N.S.W. ; and has issue — Hon.
James Richard Scarlett, b. 1914; Hon. John Leopold
Campbell Scarlett, b. 1916; Hon. Felix Hugh Lawrence
Scarlett, b. 1920. Seat — Inverlochy Castle, Fort William,
co. Inverness. Town res. — 39 Manor House, Marylebone,
N.W. Club — Junior United Service.

Hon. Percy Gerald Scarlett, M.C., Lt.-Col. E. Kent
Regt., b. 1885 ; m. 1929, Margaret Macdonald, widow of
Col. W. R. Macbean. Club — United Service.

SCHOFIELD of Chadlington (H. Coll.). Gules, on a




fesse between three bulls' heads couped argent, two swords
in saltire proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, in front of a bull's head couped
gules, collared argent, two swords as in the arms.
Motto — " In te Domine speravi." Livery — Dark brown.

Son of William Schofield, of Liverpool, b. 1828 ;

d. 1898 ; m. 1850, Jane, d. of Henry Woods, of

Wigan : —
Frederick William Schofield, Esq., C.M.G. (1918),
T.D., Lieut. -Col. (ret.) Oxford and Bucks. L.I.,
J. P. Oxon., served Great War (desp.), b. 1856;
m. 1st, 1891, Caroline Harriette Maude, d. of the late
Rev. George Carpenter, M.A. (Oxon.), of Chadlington,
Oxon. ; 2nd, 1914, Winifred Maud, d. of the late Thomas
Usborne, M.A. (Cantab.), J.P., D.L., M.P., of Writtle,
Essex ; and by her has issue — Katherine Patricia.



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