Seat — Langston House, Chadlington, Charlbury, Oxon.
Clubs — Junior Carlton, Oxford and County (Oxford).
SCHOLFIELD of Sandhall (H. Coll.). Per fesse
argent and gules, in chief two bulls' heads couped of the
second, and in base a rose of the first, barbed vert,
seeded or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a bull's head couped gules, gorged
with a collar and charged on the neck with a pair of
manacles or. Motto — " Post spinas palma."
Sons of Robert Stanley Scholfield, Esq., of Sandhall,
Howden, Yorks., M.A., J.P., b. 1840 ; d. 1913 ; m.
1875, Ada Elizabeth, d. and co-h. of Rev. Canon
T. B. Paget, of Welton, Brough, E. Yorks. :—
Edward Paget Scholfield, Esq., J. P. E.R. Yorks.,
temp. Capt. (1915) E. Yorks. Yeo., Lieut. Res. House-
hold Batt. (1917), Lieut. R.G.A. (1918), ret. (1920) with
rank of Capt., b. 1877 ; m. 1920, Margaret, eld. d. of
Alan William Heber- Percy, Esq., of Durweston, Bland-
ford, Dorset ; and has issue — Mary ; and Helen. Seat —
Sandhall, Howden, Yorks.
Alwyn Faber Scholfield, Gentleman, M.A. Camb.,
b. 1884. Res. — King's College, Cambridge.
Capt. Ralph Beckett Scholfield, b. 1885. Res.— 26 St.
Leonard's Terrace, S.W.
Capt. Wilfrid Stanley Scholfield, b. 1890. Res.—
Annandale, Salmon Arm, British Columbia.
SCHANK of Castle Riggs (L.O., 1732). Gules, on a
fesse between a cinquefoil in chief and a falcon's leg erased
jessed and belled in base argent, a hawk's lure of the field.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, an eagle rising propei . Motto — " Spero."
Son of Alexander Schank , Esq . , of Castleriggs, Civil and
Sessions Judge in the H.E.I.C.S. (ret. 1856), b. 181 1 ;
d. 1866 ; m. , Harriet Henrietta Georgina, d. of
Lt.-Col. Henry Dundas Campbell, 8th Hussars:—
Lionel Arthur Vansittart Schank, Gentleman, b. 1861.
Post. add. —
SCHILIZZI (H. Coll.). Argent, three bendlets between
eight mullets one, three, three and one azure. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
greyhound sejant argent, issuing out of rushes proper.
Motto — " Nihil semper floret."
Son of the late John Schilizzi : —
Stephen Stefanovitch Schilizzi, Gentleman, County
Alderman, Northants., b. 1872 ; m. 1896, Julia, 2nd d. of
Sir Lucas Ralli, 1st Bart., and has issue=John Stephen
Schilizzi, Gentleman, b. 1896. Res. — Guilsborough Court,
co. Northampton. Clubs — Carlton, Conservative.
SCHOMBERG. (A coat of foreign origin confirmed in
England by grant, H. Coll., 1816 ; limitations being sub-
sequently extended by a later grant). Gules, in chief four
escarbuncles or, in base two chevronels of the last, each
charged with seven mullets azure, between twelve escut-
cheons, six, four, two, in chief, and a lamb passant in base
argent. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of
the colours, out of a naval crown or, the sails argent, a
demi-lion gorged with a wreath of laurel proper, support-
ing a flagstaff on which a pennon gules, charged with an
anchor or. Motto — "Persevere." Livery— Drab coat,
yellow collar, cuffs, waistcoat, breeches, and black stockings.
Sons of Lt.-Gen. Herbert St. George Schomberg, C.B.,
b. 1845 ; d. 1915 ; m. 1881, Sophia Elizabeth (d. 1914),
second d. of the late William Barry Hoare, Esq., J. P.,
of Monkstown, co. Cork: —
Rev. Edward St. George Schomberg, M.A. (Oxon.),
Chaplain to the Bishop of Norwich, temp. C.F. 17th Div.
1916-17 (desp. , Order of St. Sava 5th Class), Vicar of St.
Andrew's since 1917, b. 1882 ; m. 1919, Mary Alice, d. of
Rev. Edward Samson, of Armitage Lodge, Staffs. ; and has
issue — Arthur Charles Barry Schomberg, Gentleman, b.
1923 ; Geoffrey St. George Schomberg, Gentleman, b. 1927.
Res. — St. Andrew's Vicarage, 30 Ashley Place, West-
minster, S.W. 1.
Harold St. George Schomberg, Esq., D.S.O. , Major
East Surrey Regt. , served Great War 1914-18, Comdg. 6th
Glos. Regt.,£. 1886; m. 1917, Madeline Grace, yngst. d.
of William Stancomb, Esq. , of Blounts Court, Potterne,
Wilts. Address— c/o Cox & Co.
SCHOMBERG (H. Coll.). Gules, in chief four escar-
buncles or, in base two chevronels of the last, each charged
with seven mullets azure, between twelve escocheons six,
four, two in chief, and a lamb passant in base argent.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
out of a naval crown or, the sails argent, a demi-lion
gorged with a wreath of laurel supporting a flagstaff proper,
thereon hoisted a pennon gules charged with an anchor
erect, and the words, " Le Vengeur," gold. Motto —
" Persevere." Livery — Drab coat, yellow collar, cuffs,
waistcoat, breeches, and black stockings.
Sons of late Joseph Trigge Schomberg, Esq., Q.C. , of
Seend Lodge, Melksham, Wilts. , Bencher of Lincoln's
Inn and Recorder of Aldborough, b. 1805 ; d. 1878 ; m.
1834, Elizabeth Mary, d. of Rev. William Carpenter
Reginald Brodrick Schomberg, Gentleman , B. A. , Barrister-
at-Law (Lincoln's Inn), b. 1849 ; m. 1879, Frances Sophia (d.
1924), d. of Thomas Charles Morris, Esq., J. P., of Bryn
Myrddin and Llanstephan Castle, Carmarthenshire ; and has
issue — Reginald Charles Francis Schomberg, Esq., D.S.O.
with Bar, B.A. (Oxon.), Lt.-Col. Seaforth Highlanders.
Res. — Chasewood Lodge, Ross-on-Wye.
Edmund Clerke Schomberg, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Wilts.
(High Sheriff 1902), b. 1852; m. 1894, Violet Louise, yr. d.
of Martin Bryan Stapylton, Esq., J. P., of Myton Hall,
Yorks. Seat — Seend Lodge, Melksham, Wilts.
SCHWEDER (H. Coll.). Or, issuant out of a mount
in base a demi-stag proper, between two flaunches azure,
each charged with a star of eight points of the field ;
and on an escutcheon of pretence the arms of Harvey,
namely :— Argent, three trefoils slipped vert in bend,
between two shuttles bendwise gules. Mantling azure and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, issuant out of
a mount vert, a demi-stag proper, between two wings
displayed azure, each charged with a star as in the
arms. Motto — " Festinatio et securitas." Bn
Third son of Julius Edward Schweder, Gentleman,
of Courtfield Gardens, Kensington, b. 1822 ; d.
1889 ; m. 1850, Ida, d. of : —
Paul Ernest Schweder, Gentleman, Lieut, (ret.)
Army Motor Res., b. 1857 ; tn. 1884, Isabella, d. of
John Harvey of Stirling, N.B. ; and has issue —
Ronald Paul Schweder, Gentleman, b. 1888; Kenneth
Ernest Schweder, Gentleman, b. 1894 ; Donal Peter
Schweder, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; Beatrix Cecily. Res. —
Courtlands, Goring-by-Sea, Sussex. Clubs — Devon-
SCHUSTER (H. Coll., 1906). Ermine, two swords in
saltire, points downwards proper, pommels and hilts or, sur-
mounted by a lion passant of the last, on a chief gules, an
eagle displayed argent between two human hearts of the
second. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, upon a mount vert, in front of two swords in
saltire as in the arms, a lion passant or, charged with two
human hearts gules. Motto—" In Gott allein."
Sons of Ernest Joseph Schuster, Esq., K.C., LL.D. ,
Barr.-at-Law (Lincoln's Inn), b. 1850; d. 1924; tn.
1876, Hilda (Res.— 33 Albert Court, S.W.7), d. of Sir
Hermann Weber, M.D. : —
Edgar H.J. Schuster, Gentleman, D.Sc. Oxford, b. 1879 ;
m. 1904, Beatrice, d. of William West, of Barcote, Faring-
don, Oxon., and has issue — Aubrey William Schuster
Gentleman, b. 1906 ; and Helen. Res. — no Banbury Road,
Oxford. Club— Savile.
Sir George Ernest Schuster, K.C.M.G. , C.B.E., M.C.,
M.A. (Oxon.), Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, Lt.-Col.
T.A. Res., late Q.O. Oxfordsh. Hussars Yeo., Finance
Member Executive Council of Viceroy of India since 1928,
served Great War 1914-19 (despatches four times), has
Grand Cordon and Order of the Nile, b. 1881 ; m. 1908,
Hon. Gwendolen, d. of 1st Baron Parker of Waddington,
and has issue — John Barkley Schuster, Esq., b. 1910 ;
Richard Douglas Schuster, Esq., b. 1912. Post. adds. —
New Delhi, India ; Nether Worton House, Middle Barton,
Oxon. Clubs — Cavalry, Brooks's, City of London.
Sons of Francis Joseph Schuster of Harrington
Gardens, S. Kensington, b. 1823 ; d. 1906 ; tn. 1849,
Marie, d. of Max Pfeiffer of Stuttgart, Wurtemberg: —
Professor Sir Arthur Schuster, Knt. Bach., F.R.S.,
formerly Professor of Physics at University of Manchester,
Ph.D. (Heidelberg), Sc.D. (Camb.), 6. 1851 ; tn. 1887,
Cary, d. of George Loveday of Wardington, Oxon. ; and
has issue — Leonard Frances Schuster, Esq., b. 1889 [m.
1915, Edythe Shipton Goodall] ; and four daus. Res.—
Yeldall, Twyford, Berks. Club— Athenaeum.
Sir Felix Schuster, 1st Bart. (24 July 1906), Member of
the Council of the Secretary of State for India 1906-16,
b. 1854 ; tn. 1879, Alwine Meta (d. 1918), d. of Sir Herman
Weber ; and has issue — Felix Victor Schuster, Esq., b. 1885
[tn. 1910, Lucy Edith, d. of late W. B. Skene of
Hallyards and Pitlour, Fife, and has issue — Felix
James Moncrieff Schuster, Esq., b. 1913 ; Felicia Mary
Alison; and Dorothy Ann Violet (Res. — Fair Crouch,
Wadhurst, Sussex. Club — Boodle's); and four daus. Res. —
Verdley, Fernhurst, Sussex ; 48 Cadogan Place, W. Clubs
— Brooks's, Alpine, Arts.
SCICLUNA (H. Coll.). Gules, on a rock proper, a
horse rampant ermine, in chief a cross of eight points, be-
tween on the dexter a decrescent, and on the sinister an
increscent argent. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
Issuant from a crown vallery or, a demi-horse argent, semee
of crescents gules, holding between the legs a cross as in
Son of Emanuel Scicluna, 1st Marquess Scicluna (Holy
Roman Church), Banker and Pres. of Malta Chamber
of Commerce : —
Guiseppe Scicluna, 2nd Marquess, Knight of the Most
Holy Sepulchre, b. 1855. Seat— Palazzo Hompesch,
Valetta, Malta; Naxaro, Malta.
SCOBIE of Keoldale (L.O., 1885). Azure, on a bend or,
between two bears' heads couped argent, muzzled gules,
three escallops sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand holding a
dagger erect proper. Motto — " Bi treun."
Son of John Scobie, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Keoldale : —
Jame*s Scobie, Gentleman, b. . Res. —
SCOT, see GOLDIE-SCOT.
SCOTT, see JOHNSTONE-SCOTT, MACMILLAN-
SCOTT, MORRISON-SCOTT, and ROBSON-SCOTT.
CHARLES NORMAN LINDSAY TOLLEMACHE
SCOTT, Esq., J. P. for the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, and a
J. P. and D.L. for Leicestershire (High Sheriff 1895). Born
1852, being the eldest surv. son of John Lindsay Scott of
Mollance, N.B. , by his wife Mary, dau. of Charles Gillham.
Armorial bearings (L.O., 1882)— Parted per pale or and
azure, on a bend a mullet between two crescents, all counter-
changed, in the sinister chief a horse-shoe of the first, im-
paling the arms of Tollemache, namely, quarterly, 1 and 4,
argent, a fret sable ; 2 and 3, azure, an imperial crown or
between three mullets argent, within the Royal Tressure of
Scotland of the second. Mantling azure and or. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a stag trippant gules, attired
and unguled or, charged on the shoulder with a horse-
shoe, also or. Motto — "Amo." Married, 1882, Lady
Agnes Mary Tollemache (d. 1912), sister of Rt. Hon.
William, 9th Earl of Dysart ; and has issue — Wenefryde
Agatha Tollemache Scott [tn. 1913, Major Owain Edward
Greaves, late R. H. Gds., of Glangwna, co. Carnarvon;
and has issue]. Post. add. — AmpheySt. Peter, Cirencester,
Glos. Club — Brooks's.
DONALD ALBERT SCOTT, Armiger. . Born June
17, 1856, being the third son of Robert Bagge Scott of
Norwich, by his wife Emily Mary, daughter and heiress of
Robert Tallent of Rushmere, in the county of Suffolk, by
his wife Harriet Sophia Tallent, granddaughter of Eliza-
beth Rous. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms:
Party per pale argent and pean, a saltire nebuly between
two cinquetoils in pale, and as many annulets in fesse, all
counterchanged ; and for a Crest, on a wreath of the
colours, in front of a wing or, semee of bay-leaves proper,
a crescent pean ; with the Motto, " Tace aut face." Post,
add. — 10A Cunningham Place, N.W.8. Club — Junior
SCOTT of Malleny (L.O. , 1672-7). Or, on a bend azure,
a star between two crescents of the first (Scott of Buccleuch),
and for difference, in base an arrow bendwise proper,
feathered and barbed argent. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — A stag lodged proper. Motto — "Amo probos."
Son of Major-Gen. Sir Francis Cunningham Scott,
K.C.B., K.C.M.G., b. 1834; d. 1902 ; tn. 1859, Mary
Olivia, eldest d. of late Rev. Edward Ward, M.A. ,
Rector of East Clandon, co. Surrey: —
Carteret Cunningham Scott, Esq., b. 1862. Seats —
JOHN HENRY FRANCIS KINNAIRD SCOTT,
Esquire, of Gala, in the county of Selkirk, Justice of
the Peace for the counties of Selkirk and Roxburgh, Deputy-
Lieutenant for the county of Selkirk. Born May 10, 1859,
being the eldest son of the late Hugh Scott, Esquire, of
Gala, by his wife Elizabeth Isabella, eldest daughter and
h. of Captain Charles Kinnaird Johnstone Gordon, Knight
of the Order of the Lion and Sun. Armorial bearings-
Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, on a bend azure, a star of six points
between two crescents of the field, in the sinister chief point
a rose gules, stalked and leaved vert (Scott, L.O., 1672 -7) ;
2 and 3, argent, on a saltire engrailed sable, five escallops
or (Pringle of Galashiels, L.O., 1793). Upon the escut-
cheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling gules, doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his
liveries is set for Crest, a lady richly attired, holding in the
dexter hand a rose proper. Mottoes — " Prudenter amo " ;
under the shield, "Sursum." Seat — Gala House, Gala-
shiels, in the county of Selkirk.
ROBERT THOMAS CHARLES SCOTT, Gentleman.
Born July i6, 1864, being the only son of Robert Thomas
Charles Scott, Staff Surgeon, R. N., Deputy- Inspector
Gen. Hospital of Fleets, D. L. for Zetland, by his wife
Agnes, dau. of Alex. Watson, C. E. Armorial bearings
(L.O. , 26 March 1686) — Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, on abend
azure, a star between two crescents of the field, within a
bordure engrailed gules, a crescent for difference ; 2 and
3, azure, three boars' heads couped within a bordure in-
dented or. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest— On
a wreath of the liveries, a boar's head couped or, holding
in his mouth four arrows gules, feathered and headed
argent. Motto— " Doe weell and let them say." Married,
July 25, 1885, Agnes, second dau. of Laurence Georgeson ;
and has h&d. Issue — (1) Robert Thomas Charles Scott, Gentle-
man, b. Dec. 13, 1886; (2) Stuart Scott, Gentleman, b.
1887, d. 1887; (3) Alexander James Scott, Gentleman, b.
April 4, 1888, </.iqoi ; Agnes Robina Mary ; Edith Margaret ;
Catherine Watson ; Georgiana Josephine ; Ella Ethel Laura
Jane ; and Florence Joan Kathleen. Res. — 99A Commer-
cial Street, Lerwick, N.B.
SCOTT of Betton Strange (H.Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and
4, gules, three piles invected argent, two issuant from the
chief and one from the base, each charged with a catherine-
wheel of the first (hcott); 2 and 3, or, a fesse chequy azure
and argent, in base a savage's head couped proper (Stuart).
Mantling gules and argent. Crest -Upon a wreath of the
colours, in front of a demi-griffin sable, beaked gules, hold-
ing between the claws an escarbuncle or, a demi-catherine-
wheel argent. Motto — " Recte faciendo neminem timeas."
Son of Major William Edington Stuart, late 15th
Hussars, b. ; d. 1887; m. 1868, Sydney Louisa
(who assumed by Royal Licence the name and arms of
Scott in 1892 and d. 1914), d. of George Jonathan
Scott of Betton Strange, co. Salop : —
George John Scott, Gentleman, b. 1870 (assumed the sur-
name of Scott in lieu of Stuart 1907) ; ;;/. Bessie, d. of Nor-
man T. Macleod. Post. add. — Betton Strange, Shrewsbury.
SCOTT (L.O.). Or, a lymphad, sails furled and oar s
in action sable, flagged gules, surmounted of a bend azure 1
charged with a mullet between two crescents argent.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of
his liveries, a stag trippant proper. Motto—" Ready, aye
Eld. surv. s. of James Scott, Esq., of Kelly, D.L. cos.
Renfrew, Dumbarton, and Lanark, b. 1810 ; d. 1884 ;
m. 1848, Jane Martha, d. of Andrew Galbraith, Esq.,
J— '• !-/• \ —
Col. Charles Inglis Scott, C.M.G., late 3rd Dragoon
Gds., b. 1866 ; m. 1903, Mary (d. 1924), d. of the late Col.
W. Inghs, 5th Dragoon Gds. Res.— The House of Urrard,
Kilhecrankie, Perthshire. Club— Army and Navy.
SCOTT (R.L., 1830, H. Coll). Argent, on a mount of
bulrushes in base proper, a bull passant sable, a chief pean,
billette'e or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, upon a mount of bulrushes, a stag
couchant proper, the dexter fore-leg resting on a billet or.
Motto — " Nunquam libertas gratior."
Son of John Charles Addyes Scott, Esq., J. P., of Great
Barr, Ratlinghope, and Norbury, b. 1830 ; d. 1888 ;
m. 1863, Mahlah, d. of Jesse Homer of Birfield Cottage,
Worcester : —
James Robert Scott, Gentleman, b. 1864 ; m. 1890, Kate,
d. of Charles Castelli of West Hill, Putney ; and has issue —
Reginald Addyes Scott, Gentleman, b. 1891 ; Dorothy
Catherine ; and Vera Gladys. Res. —
SCOTT (7 May 1835). Erminois, three catherine-wheels
sable, a bordure engrailed azure, in chief, pendent by a
riband gules, a representation of the silver medal presented
to Sir Hopton Stratford Scott, K.C.B., in approbation of
his services at the siege and capture of Seringapatam, over
all a chief of the fourth, thereon a hill with lines of defence
all proper, superinscribed " Seetabuldee" in letters of gold,
Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a gryphon passant sable, gorged with an Eastern crown or
supporting with the dexter fore-claw a flagstaff proper, there-
on flowing to the sinister a banner swallow-tailed gules,
inscribed " Nagpoor" in letters of gold. Motto— " Amo."
Son of late Sir Hopton Stratford Scott, K.C.B. , b.
; d. ; m. :—
Colonel Scott. Res.— Shankhill, co. Dublin.
SCOTT (L.O.) Or, on a bend azure, a mullet between
two crescents of the first, in the sinister chief an ^Csculapian
rod proper, on a chief parted per fess vert and gules, a bar
argent. Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest— On a wreath
of his liveries, a dexter hand paleways couped at the wrist
holding an antique lamp all proper. Motto — " Patientia
Son of : —
Joseph Scott, Gentleman, M.B., CM. (Glos.), Surg.
Royal Hospital, Teheran, has Order of the Lion and Sun
(Persia), b. . Res. — Teheran, Persia.
SCOTT of Orchard (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4,
or, on a bend azure between in chief an annulet over
a rose gules, slipped and leaved proper, and in base
a heart also gules, an estoile between two crescents
of the field (for Scott) ; 2 and 3, gules, a saltire
couped fiory between four escallops or (for Latimer),
impaling the arms of Montaldi, viz., gules, a bend
argent, three martlets in pale counterchanged. Mantling
azure and or. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a stag
trippant proper, armed with ten tynes and unguled or, and
charged on the shoulder with a heart as in the arms ; 2. on
a wreath of the colours, a female figure vested argent, bearing
in the right hand the moon, and in the left a mullet both
or. Mottoes — " Pacemamo " ; " Reparabit cornua Phoebe."
Son of Joseph Rogerson Scott, Esq., of Kenton Hall,
Northumberland, b. 1855 ; d. 1921 ; m. 1882, Annie,
dau. of Richard Latimer, of Whitley Bay: —
Keith Stanley Malcolm Scott of Orchard, Esq., M.B.E.,
B.Sc, Bt. -Major R.E., T.A.R., b. 1884; m. 1910, Rosina
Margherita, d. of Cavalier V. A. Montaldi, of Forest Hall.
Seat— Orchard by Hawick, N.B. Res.— " The Woll,"
Ponteland, Northumberland. Club — Junior Army and
SCOTT (H. Coll.). Or, on a bend azure, between in chief
an annulet over a rose gules, stalked and 1 aved proper, and
in base a heart also gules, an estoile between two crescents
of the field. Manning azure and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a stagtrippant proper, armed with ten tynes
and unguled or, and charged on the shoulder with a heart
as in the arms. Motto — " Pacem amo."
Son of John Fairbairn Scott, b. 1853 ; d. 1914 ; m. 2nd,
Annie, d. of John Fortune, of Belfast : —
John Rea Scott, Gentleman, b. 1905. Res. — 4 Yule
Avenue, Swansea, Ontario, Canada.
Sons of William Scott, of Crow Hall, Felling, co-
Durham, b. 1825 ; d. 1891 ; m. 1st, 1848, Sarah, d. of
John Rogerson, of Alnwick ; 2nd, 1869, Ellen, d. of
Waters Richardson : —
Charles Henry Scott, Esq., Lt.-Col. T.A. (ret.) (Arms
as above, within a bordure invected azure), b. 1857 ; m.
Jane, d. of Henry Wilson ; and has issue — Wilson Scott,
Gentleman, b. 1890 ; Winifred; Gladys; Alice; and Annie.
Res. — Priors Terrace, Tynemouth.
Walter Norman Scott, Gentleman (Arms as above, within
a bordure engrailed azure), b. 1871 ; m. 1897, Dora Lydia,
d. of John Robert Carlisle, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne; and
has issue — (1) Walter Richardson Scott, Gentleman, b. 1899
(Postal address — Police Headquarters, Hong Kong) ;
(2) William Carlisle Scott, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; Dorothy
Mary; and Mabel Ellen. Res. — 6 Arlington Street, Hull.
William Francis Scott (Arms as above, within a bordure
azure), b. 1873 ; m. .Winifred, d. of George Olerenshaw,
and has issue — Winifred Mary. Postal address — 4 Carlton
SCOTT (L.O.). Or, on a bend invected azure, a star of
six points between two crescents of the field, in sinister a
rose gules, stalked and barbed proper, ensigned of an
annulet of the third. Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest
— On a wreath of the liveries, a stag trippant armed with
ten tynes all proper. Motto—" Pacem amo."
Son of the late A. J. Scott, M.D. :—
William Augustus Scott, Esq., C.B. (1900), Col. (ret.)
Gordon Highlanders, served S. Africa, 1881, and 1899-02
(desp. twice, Queen's Medal, 4 clasps, King's Medal, 2
clasps, C. B.), and Great War, 1914-15 (desp. twice), b.
1856. Res.— 3 Down Street, W.i. Club— Naval and
SCOTT (U.O., 22 April 1898). Or, on a bend azure, a
mullet between two crescents of the field , a bordure engrailed
pean. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, an escallop-shell sable, charged with a trefoil or.
Sons of Rev. Thomas Lucas Scott, M.A. (Trin. Coll.,
Dub.), Canon of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Rector of St.
George's Parish, formerly Rector of Lower Moville, b.
1834; d. 1908; m. 1864, Frances Maria, d. of Ven.
John Russell, Archdeacon of Clogher : —
John Russell" Scott, Esq., D.L., J. P., and (1923) High
Sheriff co. Londonderry, B.A. (Trin. Coll. Dublin), b. 1866 ;
m. 1905, Amina Gertrude, d. of late Rev. Robert Walmsley,
Vicar of Aspull, Lanes. Seat — Willsborough, co. London-
derry. Clubs— University (Dublin), Northern Counties
William Lucas Scott, Gentleman, M.A. , b. 1870 ; m. 1909.
Mabel Eames, d. of Rev. George Kirkpatrick. Res.—
Baymount, Clontarf, Dublin.
Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Stewart Scott, P.C.,
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., b. 1838; d. 1924; m. 1875,
Christian Crawford, d. of James Macknight, W.S. , of
Edinburgh : —
Charles Edward Stewart Scott, Esq.,*. 1878; m. 1906,
Margaret Mary, d. of Rev. W. Percy. Res.—
SCOTT (H. Coll., 4 Mar. 1919). Gules, on a bend
argent, a rose between two crescents of the field, in
sinister chief a stag passant or. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a
mount vert, a stag as in the arms, between the attires a
rose gules, barbed and seeded proper. Motto — " Pacem
Son of Charles Henry Scott, Esq., J.P., of West
Bank, Lanes., b. 1834 ; d. 1913 ; m. 1863, Mary Ann,
d. of Frederick Birks, of Southport: —
Joseph Frederick Scott, Gentleman, b. 1876 ; m. 1903,
Annie Christian, d. of Robert Matthews ; and has issue —
Charles Henry Scott, Gentleman,*. 1904; Betty; and
Lilian Mary. Res — Beach Priory, Southport.
SCOTT (H. Coll.). Or, on a bend engrailed between
two fleurs-de-lys azure, a rose between two crescents
of the field. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, a stag trippant proper, armed or, and
charged on the body with a rose between two fleurs-
de-lys fessewise azure, surmounted by the Motto — " Amo."
Livery— Dark blue, with yellow facings.
Third son of William Fitzgerald Scott, Gentleman,