Arthur Charles Fox-Davies.

Armorial families : a directory of gentlemen of coat-armour (Volume 2) online

. (page 173 of 282)
Online LibraryArthur Charles Fox-DaviesArmorial families : a directory of gentlemen of coat-armour (Volume 2) → online text (page 173 of 282)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


Robert Scott-Moncrieff, Esq., Capt. The Royal Scots
Regt., b. 1887 ; tn. 1918, Ruth Isobel, d. of Col. F. Eadon,
21st Lancers, of Ashford, Kent ; and has issue — William
Scott-Moncrieff, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; Richard Scott-
Moncrieff, Gentleman, b. 1923. Seal — Fossaway, Kinross-
shire, N.B.

SCOTT-NICHOLSON (H. Coll.) Quarterly, 1 and 4,
sable, a chevron argent, charged with a chevronel wavy
azure, between three stags' attires, within each a cross
boton^e fitchee or (Nicholson) ; 2 and 3, or, upon a mount
issuant from the base a cross pat6e gules, between four
human hearts of the second, the mount charged with a like




heart of the field, in the centre point (for distinction) an

ermine spot gold (Scott). Mantling sable and argent.

Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a falcon close sable,

hooded azure, armed and belled or, between two crosses

botonee fitchee gold (Nicholson); 2. on a wreath of the

colours, a stag's head gules, attired and semee of human

hearts or, holding in the mouth a gillyflower of the first v

leaved and slipped proper, and charged (for distinction) with

an ermine spot gold (Scott). Motto— " Age quod agis."

Eld. son of the late T. D. Nicholson, M.D., M.R.C.S..

of Clifton, Bristol, b. 1842 ; d. 1911 ; tn. 1872, Caroline

Cecil, d. of Daniel Mouchet, of Auvernier, Neuchatel : —

Edwin Scott-Nicholson, Gentleman, b. 1873 ; tn- 1900,

Maud Hope, only child of Sir Benjamin Scott, of Linden

House, Stanwix, Carlisle ; and has issue— Christopher

Scott-Nicholson, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; and Angela. Res.—

Barn Close, Stanwix, Carlisle. Clubs— Royal Automobile,

Cumberland County (Carlisle).

SCOTT-PLUMMER. Azure, on a chevron between
three lions' heads erased or, gutt^e-de-sang, as many mart-
lets of the field (for Plummer of Middlestead) ; gules, on a
chevron argent, three stars of the first, in base a stag's head
erased (for Ker of Sunderland Hall) ; or, on a bend azure,
a star of six points between two crescents of the field, and
in the sinister chief point a rose gules, stalked and barbed
vert, surmounted by an annulet (for Scott of Woll, L.O. ,
c. 1672-7). Crest (of Plummer) — A lion issuing argent,
holding a twig of palm in his dexter paw. Motto —



1740



%C0



®ct



"Consulto et audacter." Crest (of Scott of Woll)— A
stag trippant, armed with ten tynes proper. Motto—
" Pacem amo." [These arms are separately on record in
Lyon Register, but they have never been marshalled or
re-matriculated, as they really should be, by Mr. Scott-
Plummer.] Livery — Dark blue, with silver buttons.

Son of Charles Scott-Plummer, Esq. (formerly Scott),

M.A., J. P. and D.L. , Convener co. Selkirk, b. 1821 ;

d. 1880 ; m. 1857, Sophia, d. of Joseph Goff of Hale

Park, Hants. :—
Charles Henry Scott-Plummer, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co.
Selkirk, Convener of Selkirkshire, late Lieut. 86th Roy.
Irish Rifles, b. 1859; m. 1908, Muriel Grace, third d. of
A. H. Johnstone Douglas of Comlongen Castle, co. Dum-
fries ; and has issue — (1) Charles Andrew Scott-Plummer,
Gentleman, b. 1912; (2) Walter Scott-Plummer, Gentle-
man, b. 1913 ; Caroline ; and Sophie. Estates— Middlestead
and Sunderland Hall. Seat— Sunderland Hall, Selkirk,
N. B. Club — Army and Navy.

SCRATCHLEY (H. Coll., 29 June 1914). Per chev-
ron embattled azure and sable, in base three bears'
gambs erased one and two argent. Mantling azur
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a




bear's gamb as in the arms holding a thunderbolt in
bend sinister or. Motto — " In omnia paratus." Livery —
(Dress), Blue cloth coat, with silver buttons, silver lace on
facings, collar and cuffs, black and white striped waistcoat,
black velvet breeches with silver lace, garters and tassels,
black silk stockings, silver shoe buckles; (Undress), Blue
coat, silver buttons, black and whitestriped waistcoat.

Son of Major-Gen. Sir Peter Henry Scratchley,

K.C.M.G., R. E., who served in the Crimean War and

Indian Mutiny, b. 1835; d. 1885; m. 1862, Laura

Lilias, d. of Sylvester Browne, of co. Gal way : —

Victor Henry Sylvester Scratchley, Esq., D.S.O. ,

O.B.E., Capt. late 60th Rifles, Lieut. -Col. T. F. Reserve

1914-19, served Isazai Exped. 1892, Chitral 1895, S.

Africa 1 899- 1 900 (desp. , D.S.O. ), b. 1870; m. 1901, Anna

Clementina, d. of John Harvey, of Mayfield, Shooter's

Hill; and has issue — (1) Peter John Scratchley, Esq.,

and Lieut. R.E., b. 1902; (2) Alexander James Scratchley,



Gentleman, b. 1906 ; Anne; and Mary Clementina. Res- —
Anmer Hall, Sandi ingham, Norfolk.

Son of George Scratchley, Gentleman, of New Orleans,

Louisiana, b. 1818 ; d. 1871 : —
Francis Arthur Scratchley, Gentleman, M.D. (New York),
b. i860. Res. — 40 West Ninth Street, New York.

SCRATTON of Prittlewell and Ogwell (H. Coll.).
Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, two chevronels or, between
three swans, wings elevated argent (Scratton) ; 2 and 3,
or, a saltire azure between two hurts in fesse (Ansell).
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a wolf's head erased proper, in the mouth a trefoil
slipped vert. Motto — " In Deo fides."

Sons of Edward Joshua Blackburn Scratton, Gentle-
man, B.A., Camb. , Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple),
Lay Rector of Canvey Island, b. 1854 ; d. 1916 ; m.
1878, Elinor Lomax, eldest d. and co-heir of the late
Rev. William Walsh of Grimblethorpe Hall, co.
Lincoln : —
The late Edward William Howel Blackburn Scratton,
Gentleman, Lieut. R. 1st Devon Yeo., b. 1881 ; d. 1926; m.
1st, 1905, Evelyn St. Bride Mary, eld. d. of the late Capt.
Francis Michael Goold Adams, R.A. ; 2nd, 1923, Gwendo-
line, d. of Thomas Stabler ; and left issue — Elinor Evelyn
St. Bride. Seats — Ogwell, Newton Abbot; Prittlewell
Priory, Essex. Res. — Park House, Old Hunstanton, Nor-
folk.

Guy Walsh Blackburn Scratton, Gentleman, Lieut. 19th
Lancers (Fane's Horse), b. 1890.

Sons of William Howel Scratton, M.A. Camb., Bar-
rister-at-Law, b. 1859 ; d. 1908 ; m. 1882, Edith, d. of
Gen. Sir Michael Kavanagh Kennedy, K.C.S.I.: —
Humphrey John Howel Scratton, Gentleman, b. 1889.
Res. — 4 Warwick Avenue, W.2.

Geoffrey Edward Howel Scratton, Gentleman, b. 1893.
Res.—

SCROPE of Danby (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1. azure, a
bend or (Scrope— allowed as borne of right in Scrope v.
Grosvenor, 1390) ; 2. argent, a saltire engrailed gules




(Tibetot of Langar) ; 3. argent, a fesse between two bars
gemelles gules (Badlesmere) ; 4. vair, on a chief gules, two
mullets argent (Fitz Bernard of Kingsdown) ; 5. or, three



$cr



©cu



1741



chevronels gules, a label of five points azure (Clare) ; 6.
gules, three lions passant in pale argent (Giffard, Earl of
Buckingham) ; 7. argent, on a chief azure, two saltires or
(St. Hillary) ; 8. gules, three clarions or (Consul) ; 9. azure,
a lion rampant guardant or (Fitz Hamon) ; 10. per pale
or and vert, a lion rampant gules (Marshall, Earl of
Pembroke) ; ii. or, three chevronels gules (Strongbow) ; 12.
sable, three garbs argent (MacMorogh, King of Leinster) ;

13. or, a lion rampant purpure (Lacy, Earl of Lincoln) ;

14. quarterly, argent and gules, a bend sable, a label of
five points (Fitz John) ; 15. gules, six lozenges conjoined
in pale argent (Nigel, Baron of Halton) ; 16. argent, a chief
azure (Lizures) ; 17. gules, seven mascles conjoined, three,
three and one or (Ue Quincy) ; 18. lozengy argent and
azure (Waleran, Earl of Mellent) ; 19. gules, a cinquefoil
ermine (De Bellamont, Earl of Leicester) ; 20. sable, a
cross argent (Waher) ; 21. gules, a bend argent, surmounted
by a fesse vert (Fitz Osborn) ; 22. gules, a pale or (Grant-
mesnil) ; 23. azure, three garbs or (Earls of Chester) ; 24.
azure, a wolfs head erased argent (Lupus, Earl of Chester) ;

25. sable, an eagle displayed or (Leofric, Earl of Mercia) ;

26. argent, a saltire gules (Fitz Gerald) ; 27. azure, amaunch
or (Conyers of Danby). Mantling azure and or. Crest —
Out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of five ostrich feathers
proper. Mottoes — " Devant si je puis"; "En espoir je
vive attendant grace." Badge — A Cornish chough. Livery
— Blue, with silver buttons.

Sons of Simon Thomas Scrope, Esq., J. P. and D.L. ,

of Danby Hall, co. York., and Cockerington, co. Lincoln,

b. 1822 ; d. 1896 ; m. 1855, Emily Jane, third d. of

Robert Berkeley of Spetchley, co. Worcester: —

Henry Aloysius Scrope, Gentleman, b. 1862 ; m. 1899,

Maria Mercedes, yst. d. of Alexander de Laski, and of

Joaquina, ne'e Marques de Souza Lisboa ; and has issue —

(1) Richard Ladislas Scrope, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; (2) Ralph
Henry Scrope, Gentleman, b. 1905 ; (3) Adrian Cuthbert
Scrope, Gentleman, b. 1906; (4) Simon Scrope, Gentleman,
b. 1910; Barbara Maria Manuela ; and Maria Mercedes
Herbert Henrietta. Seat — Danby-on-Yore, Middleham,
R.S.O., Yorks.

Geoffrey William Scrope, Gentleman, b. 1870. Res. —

Stephen Francis Eustace Scrope, Gentleman, b. 1872 ;

m. 1912, Ethelburga Mary Magdalen Pega, d. of late

Edmund Waterton of Walton Hall, Yorks. ; and has surv.

issue — (1) Conyers Stephen Scrope, Gentleman, b. 19 13 ;

(2) Charles Waterton Scrope, Gentleman, b. 1914; (3)
Jchn Henry Scrope, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; (4) Geoffrey
Thomas More Scrope, Gentleman, b. 1920; (5) Hugh
Everard Scope, Gentleman, b. 1923; Rosamund Mary;
Adela Mary Millicent ; and Mary Monica Elizabeth. Res. —
71 The Drive, Hove, Sussex.

Gervase John Philip Scrope, Gentleman, b. 1874 ; m.
1900, Juanita, d. of the late John Carroll O'Sullivan of
Saltillo, Mexico ; and has issue — (1) Gervase John Reginald
Scrope, Gentleman, b. 1902 ; (2) Reynoldo Scrope, Gentle-
man, b. 1905 ; and Rosario. Res. —

SCRIVEN (Confmd. U.O.). Or, a lion rampant sable,
langued sules, holding in his dexter forepaw a dagger erect
proper. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a buck trippant proper, attired or. Motto — " Noli
irritare leonem."

Son of William Barclay Browne Scriven, Gentleman,
M.B. (Dublin), of Hampton Hall, co. Dublin :—

George Scriven, Esq., F.R.G.S., M.D., B.Ch. (Dublin),
J. P. co. Dublin, b. . Res. — Brown Gables, Farnham,
Surrey.

SCRYMGEOUR- WEDDERBURN of Wedderburn
(L.O.. 1780, rematric. 1900). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent,
a chevron between three roses gules (Wedderburn) ; 2 and
3, gules, a lion rampant or, armed and langued azure,
holding in the dexter forepaw a broadsword proper (Scrym-
geour). Mantlings Dexter, gules doubled argent ; sinister,
gules doubled or. Crests— On the dexter side, an eagle's
head erased proper, with the Motto, " Non degener
(Wedderburn) ; on the sinister side, a lion's gamb erased in-
bend, holding a cutlass, both proper, with the Motto, " Dissi-
pate" (Scrymgeour). Supporters — On either side a grey-
hound argent, collared gules. Livery— Drab, with crimson
facings and silver lace.

Eld. son of Henry Scrymgeour- Wedderburn, Esq., Lt.-
Col. commdg. 5th Batt. Black Watch (Royal Highlan-
ders), late Capt. Gordon Highlanders, b, 1872 ; d. 1924 ;
tn. 1901, Edith, only d. of John Moffat: —



Henry James Scrymgeour - Wedderburn, Gentleman,
Hereditary Standard Bearer of Scotland, b. 1902. Estates
— Wedderburn and Kingennie, co. Forfar ; Birkhill, co. Fife.
Seat- Birkhill, Cupar, Fife, N.B.

WALTER THOMAS JAMES SCRYMSOURE-
STEUART-FOTHRINGHAM, Esquire, of Pourie,
Fothringham, Forfarshire, J. P. D.L. for Perthshire and for
Forfarshire, Lt.-Col. Scottish Horse, late Lieut. Scots
Guards, formerly Lieut. Forfar and Kincardine Artillery
Militia. Born Dec. 7, 1862, being the only son of Thomas
Frederick Scrymsoure-Fothringham, Esq., of Pourie, &c. ,
who died 1864, by Lady Charlotte Carnegie, sister of James,
qthEarl of Southesk. Succeeded as heir of entail to the estates
of Grantully and Murthly, co. Perth, 1890, when he assumed
the additional name of Steuart. Armorial bearings —
Quarterly, 1. ermine, three bars gules (for Fothringham) ; 2.
gules, embordured, a lion rampant or with a scimitar in his
dexter paw proper (for Scrymsoure) ; 3. argent, a lion passant
guardant gules, crowned or, in the middle chief a crescent,
all within a bordure of the second (for Ogilvy) ; 4. quarterly,
i. and iiii., or, a fesse chequy azure and argent ; ii. and iii.
argent, a galley, oars in action sable, the fourth grant,
quarter, all within a bordure azure, charged with eight
buckles or (for Steuart). Mantling gules, doubled argent.




Crests — 1. on the dexter side, on a wreath of his liveries, a
griffin segreant proper, and on an escrol above this Motto,
"Be it fast"; 2. on the sinister side, on a wreath of his
liveries, a lion's gamb erased holding a scimitar all proper,
and on an escrol above, this Motto, "Dissipate." Sup-
porters—On either side a savage wreathed about the head
and middle with laurel, and holding in his exterior hand a club
resting on his shoulder all proper. Seats — Grantully Castle,
Aberfeldy, N. B. ; Murthly Castle, Perthshire ; Fothringham,
Forfar, N.B. ; Tealing, Dundee. Clubs — Guards', Carlton.

SCUDAMORE, see LUCAS-SCUDAMORE.

SCUDAMORE-STANHOPE (R.L., 17 Jan. 1826, H.
Coll.). Quarterly, 1. quarterly, i. and iiii., quarterly, ermine
and gules (Stanhope); ii. and iii., gules, three stirrups with
buckles and straps or (Scudamore) ; 2. the same arms of
Stanhope ; 3. the arms of Manlovel ; 4. azure, a fesse
engrailed between three pigeons, each having in the beak
a cross formee fitchee all or (Porte of Etwall, co. Derby) ;
5. argent, a chief vaire\ or and gules, over all a bend sable
(FitzHerbert of Etwall); 6. argent, on a cross sable, a
leopard's face or (Brydges, Dukes of Chandos) ; 7. the
arms of Berkeley of Coberley, Glos. ; 8. or, a pile gules
(Chandos); 9. the arms of Pearle of Dewsal and Aconbury,
Herefordsh. ; 10. the arms of Bernard of Loudon and
Bridgnorth; 11. the arms of Lake of Canons. Mantling
gules and argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours,
a tower azure, thereon a demi-lion rampant or, ducally
crowned gules, holding between the paws a grenade fired
proper (Stanhope); 2. out of a ducal coronet or, a bear's



5S



1742



<g>CU



§>ea



paw sable (Scudamore). Mottoes— " A Deo et rege ' ;
" In hoc signo vinces."

Sons of Rt. Hon. Henry Edwyn Chandos Scudamore-
Stanhope, 9th Earl of Chesterfield, b. 1821 ; d. 1887;
m. 1851, Dorothea, d. of Sir Adam Hay, 7th Bart. : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Edwyn Francis Scudamore-Stanhope, K.G.,
P.C.G.C.V.O., 10th Earl of Chesterfield (4 Aug. i628)and
10th Baron Stanhope of Shelford, co. Northants. (7 Nov.
1616), 3rd Bart. (13 Nov. 1807), Treas. of H.M. Household
1892-4, Capt. of Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms 1894-5, Lord
Steward 1910-15, Master of the Horse 1915-22, J. P., D.L.,
and C.A. co. Hereford, J. P. N.R. Yorks., B.A. (Oxon.),
Barrister-at-Law, late Capt. 4th Batt. Shropshire Regt.
[Supporters — Dexter, a wolf ducally crowned or; sinister,
a talbot ermine], b, 1854; m. 1900, Hon. Enid Edith, d. of
1st Lord N unburn! o :iic. Seat — Beningbrough Hall, York.
Town res. — 41 Grosvencr Square, W.i. Clubs — Brooks's,
Bachelors', Turf.

Hon. Henry Athole Scudamore-Stanhope, Capt. (ret.)
R.N. , b. 1855. Res. — Sheridan House, Stourwood, Bourne-
mouth. Club — Naval and Military.
Hon. Claude Dormer Scudamore-Stanhope, £. 1857. Res. —
Son of Hon. Evelyn Theodore Scudamore-Stanhope,
D.L. co. Hereford, Lieut. King's Roy. Rifle Corps and
Capt. A.S.C. , b. 1862 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1888, Julia, d. of J.
Gerald Potter : —
Edward Henry Scudamore-Stanhope, Esq., b. 1889; m.
1915, Lorna, d. of William Henry Lever, of Wellington,
N.Z. ; and has issue — Evelyn Patricia Mary.
Yngst. son of 9th Earl (see above) : —
Hon. Charles Hay Scudamore-Stanhope, B.A. (Oxon.),
b. 1864 ; m. 1900, Adele, O.B.E., d. of Sir Robert Hay, 8th
Bart., and has surv. issue — Chandos Robert Scudamore-
Stanhope, Esq. b. 1905 ; and Dorothea. Res. — 78 Onslow
Gardens, S.W. Club — Bachelors'.

SCULLY Vert, a cross botonne between two mullets in
chief and a fleur-de-lis in base or. Mantling vert and or.
Crest— Out of a mural crown proper, a phoenix, also proper,



Sons of Vincent Scully, Esq. (son of the late Vincent
Scully, of Kilfeacle, co. Tipperary, M.P. for co. Cork),
of Mantle Hill House, Golden, nr. Cashel, co.
Tipperary, D.L. , J. P., B.A. Oxford, b. 1846; d. 1927;
m. firstly, November 21, 1871, Emma Eliza Mary Clare
{d. 1890), d. of Pierse Marcus Barron, Esq., of Belmont
Park, Waterford ; secondly, July 22, 1897, Amy,
youngest dau. of the late John Netterville Barron,
formerly of the 59th Regt. : —
Denys Vincent Arthur Scully, Gentleman, b. September
6, 1873. Res. — Canada.

Vincent Marcus Barron Scully, Esq., D.S.O. , O. B. E. ,
Lt.-Col. late Border Regt., served Great War 1914-19
(desp. 4 times, D.S.O. , O.B.E.), has Order of the White
Eagle (Serbia), b. July 2, 1881 ; in. 1924, Pleasance, d. of
Col. J. W. Alt, C. B. , and widow of Lt.-Col. Charles Evelyn
Johnston, D.S.O., M.C. Res. — Poughill, Bude, Cornwall.
Club — Naval and Military.

SEAFIELD, Countess of, see OGILVIE-GRANT.

SEAGER of Cardiff (H. Coll., 17 Oct. 1919). Azure,
a cross moline between in bend dexter two lyraphads,
and in bend sinister as many mullets all argent. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
between two wings azure, each charged with a mullet.
a cross moline argent. Motto — " Animo et fides."

Son of William Seager, of Cardiff, b. 1827 ; d. 1895 ;

m. 1853, Mary Jane, d. of William Berry, of Ilira

combe : —
Sir William Henry Seager, Knt. Bach. (1918), Ship-
owner, D.L., J.P., M.P. Cardiff (East) 1918-22, b. 1862;
m. 1890, Margaret Annie, d. of John Elliot, of Cardiff;
and has issue. Res. — Lynwood, Newport Road, Roath,
Cardiff; Croft-y-Bwla, Monmouth. Clubs — Reform,
Cardiff Exchange.

SEALE (H. Coll.). Or, within two barrulets azure,
between three wolves' heads erased two and one sable, a
mural crown gules. Mantling azure and or. Crest — Out of





charged on the breast with a cross botonn6 or. Motto —
" Sine labe resurgens." Bookplate Motto —

" ©n boofus for to rcf r 5 mr brlote,
&11D to them gibe 5 fejulj anto full mtoencr."



a crown vallery or, a wolfs head argent, gorged with a
wreath of oak proper. Motto — " In coelo salus." 1

Sons of Sir John Henry Seale, 3rd Bart., of Mount
Boone, co. Devon, J. P. and D.L. cos. Devon and
Monmouth, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1843 ; d. 1914 ; m.
1st, 1879, Mary Henrietta {d. 1882), only surv. child of
Arthur Hyde Dendy of Rock House, Torquay, and
Parkfield :—



^>ca



^ec



1743



Sir John Carteret Hyde Seale, 4th Bart. (13 July 1838),
Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple), b. 1881 ; tn. 1917,
Margaret Styleman.d. of the late Lt.-Col. William Herring,
27th Inniskillings,of Narborough House, Norfolk ; and has
issue — John Henry Seale, Esq., £>. 1921 ; Richard Styleman
Seale, Esq., b. 1924; and Mary Paulina. Res. — Rockfield
House, Monmouth. Club — Junior Carlton.

Henry Dendy Seale, Esq., late Major Machine Gun Corps,
b. 1882 ; tn. 1914, Lora May, d. of Cecil H. Bishopp of
Fernlea, Oban, Argyllshire ; and has issue — Mary Desiree.
Res. — 1144 Goodwin Street, Victoria, B.C. Club — Jun.
Carlton.

SEALY-KING (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, per pale
gules and or, a lion rampant counterchanged, holding
between the paws a boar's head erased of the second
(King); 2 and 3, or, on a fesse bretessed azure, between
three wolves' leads erased sable, as many lozenges argent
(Sealy). Mantling gules and or. Crests — 1. on a wreath




of the colours, a boar's head erased gules, charged with two
bezants in fesse (King); 2. out of a ducal coronet or, a
wolf's head issuant sable (Sealy). Mottoes— (1) " Spes
tutissima ccelis " ; (2) " Concipe spes certas." Livery —
Chocolate brown, yellow facings.

Son of Charles Lewes King, of Newtown House, Leixlip,
co. Kildare, b. 1814; d. 1869 ; m. 1853, Jane Stawell
Bernard (Mrs. King-Sealy, of Richmount), d. and coh.
of Captain Sampson Stawell Sealy, 84th Regt. : —
Charles Sealy-King, Esq., J. P. co. Cork, b. i860 ; assumed
by Deed Poll, 16 July, 1923, the surname of Sealy-King
in lieu of King; m. 1886, Beatrice Ada, d. of William
Jocelyn Bradford, M.D., T.C.D. ; and has had issue —
(1) Ludlow Sealy-King, Esq., Nigerian Political Service,
Major late 4th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers,*. 1891 [tn. 1917,
Norah Beatrice, d. of Rev. W. Jocelyn Bradford, M.A.,
T.C.D. ; and has issue— Patricia ; and Esther] ; (2) Charles
King, Gentleman, Lieut. 2nd Royal Munster Fusiliers,
b. 1894; killed in action in France 9 May, 1915 ; Esther
[m. 1909, Rev. Walter W. Stewart, B.D., T.C.D.] ; and
Violet Rose [m. 1921, Ulick de Burgh Daly, Esq., Major
late 4th Royal Dublin Fusiliers]. Seat— Richmount, Ban-
don, co. Cork. Res. — Beaumont, Cheltenham.

SEATON, Baron, see ELIOTT-DRAKE-COLBORNE.

SEAVER, see RICARDE-SEAVER.

SEBASTIAN (1894, H. Coll.). Per chevron invected
ermine and azure, in chief an eagle's wing sable between two
dexter hands couped at the wrist pointing upwards with the
thumb and two fingers proper, and in base a demi-cat-a-
mountain guardant of the last. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-cat-a-mountain
guardant proper, holding in the dexter paw an eagle's wing



sable, and resting the sinister paw on a dexter hand as in the

arms. Motto — " Roi, foi, loi."

Sons of Lewis Boyd Sebastian, Gentleman, B.C.L. ,
M.A. (Oxon), Barrister-at-Law, b. 1851 ; d. ; tn.

1879, Harriet Maria, elder dau. of Bengt Reinhold
Lennartson of Norum, Wermland, Sweden : —
Gerald Noel Boyd Sebastian, Gentleman, M.R.C.S. ,

L.R.C.P., b. Dec. 24, 1883. Res.— 48 Onslow Gardens,

S.W.7.

Skinner Raymond Sebastian, Gentleman, B.A. , b. Oct. 30,

1886.

Brian Leonard Geoffrey Sebastian, Esq., Comdr. R.Ns
b. Feb. 7, 1891. ry.

Erroll Graham Sebastian, Esq., D.S.O. , served Gr
War as Capt. E. Kent Regt. (desp. D.S.O. ), British Viol.
Consul at Bucharest, b. Aug. 2, 1892. Res.— British Co»\
sulate, Bucharest, Roumania. Club — Oxford and Cam
bridge.

SEBRIGHT (H. Coll., Gtd. by Cooke, Clarenceux,
1 April 1580. Confd. by Dethick 1590, and at Vn. of
Worcs. 1627). Argent, three cinquefoils sable. Mant-
ling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, an heraldic tiger sejant argent, crowned with a
ducal coronet, mane, tuft, and tip of the tail or. Badge
(H. Coll., 21 April 1914) — A garb of oats or, the band
azure, inscribed with the Motto — " Pro rege " in [red
letters.

Sons of Sir Thomas Gage Saunders Sebright, 8th

Bart., b. 1802 ; d. 1864 ; by his 2nd wife, tn. 1850,

Olivia, d. of John Henry, of Straff an, co. Kildare : —

Sir Guy Thomas Saunders Sebright, 12th Bart., of

Besford, Worcs. (20 Dec. 1626), J. P. Herts., Lieut, (ret.)

Coldstream Gds., b. 1856; s. his brother 1917 ; tn. 1882,

Olive Emily, d. of Arthur Frederick. Res. — Beechwood

Park, Dunstable. Clubs — Bachelors', Travellers'.

Arthur Edward Saunders Sebright, Esq., Lieut, (ret.)
4th Batt. Beds. Regt., b. 1859 ; tn. 1st, 1889, Emily Eva
(d. 1921), d. of JohnBowen, and widow of W. Ingram, of
U.S.A. ; 2nd, 1922, Alice Marion, d. of A. F. Luke, of
Exeter ; and has issue (by 1st marriage) Giles Edward
Sebright, Esq., Capt. (ret.) 4th Dragoon Gds., b. 1896.
Res. — 100 Elm Park Gardens, S.W.10.

SECCOMBE (H. Coll.). Argent, on a fesse gules, be-
tween three lions rampant sable, a lotus-flower slipped and




leaved proper, in the centre chief point an Eastern trown of
the second, a bordure invected of the third. Mantling gules



1744



%tt



%tt



and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a lion
rampant sable between two elephants' probosces proper.
Motto — " Paratus et fidelis."

Son of Thomas Seccombe, Esq., M.A. , D.C. L. , b.
1866 ; d. 1923 ; tn. 1896, Elizabeth Jane Goddard : —
Lionel Sidney Seccombe, Gentleman, b. 1903. Res. —
Culver, Indiana, U.S.A.

Sons of John Thomas Seccombe, Esq. (eld. s. of Sir

Thomas Seccombe, G.C.I.E., K C.S.I. ), b. 1834 ;

d. 1895 ; tn. 1st, Elizabeth (d. 1869), d. of Thomas

* Clout; 2nd, Ellen, d. of Henry Bates: —

^' Philip John Ambrose Seccombe, Gentleman, M.A., M.B.,

a " L i869 ; m. 1898, Sybil, d. of Lt.-Col. J. R. Watson ; and

ri al *s issue — John Bertie Philip Seccombe, Esq., Capt. 6/13

L frontier Force Rifles, b. 1899 [Res.— Abbotebad, N.W.F.P.

a 'ndia) ; and Nancy Sybil [tn. 1926, Thomas Dangerfield],

yRes. — 12 Chester Place, Regent's Park, N.W.

J Lawrence Henry Seccombe, Gentleman, b. 1877 ; tn.

1915, Norah, d. of Thomas Wood ; and has issue — Thomas

Lawrence Seccombe, Gentleman, b. 1915; Hugh Digorie



Online LibraryArthur Charles Fox-DaviesArmorial families : a directory of gentlemen of coat-armour (Volume 2) → online text (page 173 of 282)