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Joseph Stevens, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; (2) Frederick John
Arthur Stevens, Gentleman, b. 1903. Res. — Santa Fe",
Prov. de Santa Fe", Arg. Republic.

Son of Major-Gen. Arthur Stevens (son of Christopher
Stevens), b. 1821 ; d. 1895 ; m. Georgina Dickson : —



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Montague Farquhard Sheffield Stevens, b. 1859 ; m.

1896, H. A. G. , d. of Dill and widow of Ashley Allen ;

and has issue — George Richard Montague Stevens, Gentle-
man, b. 1903. Res. — New Mexico, Texas.

STEVENS (8 July 1899, H. Coll.). Per chevron gules
and argent, in chief two lotus-flowers slipped proper, and
in base a demi-eagle displayed sable. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, between two
sprigs of oak fructed proper, a demi-eagle displayed sable,
charged on each wing with an Eastern coronet or. Motto
— "Fac et spera."

Son of Capt. Charles Richard Stevens, R.E. (eld. son

of Sir Charles Cecil Stevens, K. C.S.I, —see below),

b. 1865; d. 1900; m. 1891, Emma Polglaise, d. of late

Col. C. F. James, Indian Army : —

Charles Francis Linnaeus Stevens, Esq., M.C., Major

4th (D.C.O.) Hodson's Horse, b. 1892; m. 1918, Geraldine

Norah, d. of the late Major R. T. Barton, The Royal Scots.,

and has issue — Diana Frances. Res. — Kohat, N.W.F.P.,

India.

Son of Cecil Robert Stevens, Esq., Lt.-Col. Indian
Med. Sen, b. 1867; d. 1919 ; m. 1892, Katharine, d.
of late Lt.-Col. J. Duff, of Knockleith, Turriff,
Scotland : —
Cecil James Duff Stevens, Gentleman, b. 1893; m.
Katherine Irene Richards. Res. — Chicago, U.S.A.

Son of Algernon Francis Stevens, Esq., Lt.-Col. Indian

Med. Serv., b. 1869 ; d. 1924; m. 1899, Evelyn, d. of

late Capt. Arthur Carter, Northamptonshire Regt. : —

Flight Lieut. Charles Herbert Algernon Stevens, R.A.F.,

b. 1901 ; m. 1924, Daphne Joan, d. of George J. Liddell,

of Thorpe Bay, Essex, and has issue — Geoffrey Charles

Stevens, Gentleman, b. 1927. Res. — Woodbridge, Suffolk.

Younger sons ot Sir Charles Cecil Stevens, K.C.S. I.,

B.A. (London), successively Commr. of Chota Nagpore

and of Phagalpur, Officiating Ch. Sec. to Govt, of

Bengal, and Commr. of Patna, Member of Bengal

Board of Revenue, Additional Member of Viceroy's

Council, and Chmn. of Calcutta Port Commn.,

officiated as Lt.-Gov. of Bengal, b. 1840; d. 1909;

m. 1862, Mary Ann Caroline (Res. — 15 Elmsleigh Park,

Paignton, S. Devon), d. of the late Capt. John Turner,

H.E.I.C.S.:—

Arthur Cornish Jeremie Stevens, Esq., C. B.E. , D.S. O. ,

Col. late R.E., Chief Engineer Scottish Command since

1928, b. 1874; m. 1907, Nancy, d. of the late J. W.

Morison, J. P., of Portclew, Pembrokeshire.

Henry Herbert Stevens, Esq. , Executive Engineer, Public
Works Dept. Bihar and Orissa, India (ret. 1922), b. 1876
m. 1916, Helena, d. of the late Professor John Strachan;
M.A., LL.D. (Manchester Univ.). Res. — Kingswear,,
S. Devon.

Sons of Reginald Charles Jeremie Stevens, Esq. (eld.
son of Sir John Foster Stevens— see below), b. 1871 ;
d. 1922 ; m. 1909, Kathleen Edith, ygst. d. of the Rev.
Francis Marten Cameron : —
James Foster Stevens, Esq., b. 1912.
Jeremie Cameron Stevens, Gentleman, b. 1916.

Yngr. son of Sir John Foster Stevens, Knt., Acting
Judge of High Court of Judicature at Fort William,
Bengal, 1895, and Judge 1897 (ret. 1904), b. 1845 ;
d. 1925 ; m. 1868, Frances Louisa (d. 1904), d. of Capt.
W. H. Jeremie, Indian Army : —
James Algernon Stevens, Esq., CLE., O.B.E., Indian
Imperial Customs Service (ret.), b. 1873; m. 1901, Ethel
Lucy, d. of H. N. C. Cloete, and has issue — (1) John
Reginald Cloete Stevens, Gentleman, b. 1902 ; (2) Kenneth
James Cloete Stevens, Gentleman, b. 1912. Res.—i Red-
land Park, Bristol.

Son of Charles Green Stevens : —
Frederick Haller Stevens, Gentleman, b. 1853 ; m,
Elizabeth Irwin. Res. — Clifton, Bristol.



STEVENSON (H. Coll.). Azure, a chevron between in
chief two fleurs-de-lys and in base a sun in splendour
issuant or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a dexter hand couped at the wrist grasp-
ing a roll of parchment proper and a pipe or in saltire.
Badge — A thistle leaved and slipped, and a sprig of
hazel fructed proper in saltire, enfiled with a Baron's
coronet or. Supporters^On either side a squirrel charged
on the shoulder with a thistle leaved and slipped proper.
Motto— " Carry on."

Son of Archibald Stuart Stevenson, of Carriden,



Kilmarnock, b. ; d. 1895 ; m. Elizabeth, d. of

James Morrison : —
The late Rt. Hon. Sir James Stevenson, G.C.M.G.,
Baron Stevenson of Holmbury (7 May, 1924), Bart,
(21 Feb. 1917), Man. Dir. of John Walker and Son, Ltd.,
b. 1873 '. d. 1926 ; m. 1st, 1897, Jessie (d. 1917), d. of
James Hogarth, of Ardrossan ; 2nd, 1918, Stella (22 Old
Queen Street, Westminster), d. of William Fraser, of
Heme, Kent, and widow of Edward Johnstone. Seat —
Holmbury House, Holmbury St. Mary, Surrey.

JOHN HORNE STEVENSON, Esq., M.B.E., K.C.,
Knight of Justice of the Venerable Order of the Hospital of
St. John of Jerusalem in England, M.A. Edin., Marchmont
Herald of Arms, Member of the King's Bodyguard for Scot-
land Member of the Scots Bar. Born July 2, 1855, being the
eldest son of the late Very Rev. R. H. Stevenson, D.D. , St.
George's, Edinburgh, and Frances his wife, dau. and co-
heiress of Robert Cadell of Ratho, Midlothian (and nephew
and heir male of the late Alexander Stevenson). Ar-
morial bearings — Argent, a chevron azure, between three
falcons' heads erased gules. Mantling azure, doubled




argent. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand
couped, holding a laurel wreath proper. Motto — " Ccelum
non solum." Residence — 9 Oxford Terrace, Edinburgh.
Clubs — Conservative (Edinburgh), Caledonian.

STEVENSON ( L. O. , 15 April 1872). Argent, a chevron
between three fleurs-de-lys gules, on a chief invected sable
three mullets or. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest
— A dexter hand holding a wreath of laurel proper. Motto
— " Sic curre ut comprendas. "

Son of John James Stevenson, Gentleman, M.A.,

F.S.A. (Lond.), F.R.S. (Edin.), b. 1831 ; d. 1908;

m. 1861, Jane, d. of Robert Omond, M.D., of

Edinburgh : —
Arnold Stevenson, Gentleman, M.A., Fellow of Chemical
Soc. , b. 1874. Res. — 4 Porchester Gardens, London, W.
Club — Savile.



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STEVENSON (L.O.). Argent, on a chevron between
three fleurs-de-lys gules, a crescent or, on a chief wavy
sable, three mullets of the third. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a
dexter hand holding a wreath of laurel proper. Motto
— " Dum spiro spero."
Son of : —

Harold Stevenson, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Yata-latenne, Ceylon.

STEVENSON (H. Coll., n Nov. 1902). Per chevron
or and gules, two clarions in chief of the last, and a
chaplet of roses in base also gules, barbed and seeded
proper, leaved or. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a falcon, wings elevated and addorsed,
belled and jessed or, hooded gules, between two lures also
gules. Motto — " Impelle obstantia."

Sons of George Stevenson, Gentleman, of Tor House,

Matlock, b. 1834; tn. 1st, 1862, Caroline (d. ), d.

of Edward Wheat croft ; 2nd, 1893, Ellen Lucy Julia

Arthur (of Glanomera, co. Clare), d. of Rev. Lucius

Arthur of Glanomera : —

George Edward Stevenson, Gentleman, b. 1865. Res. —

Percy Stevenson, Gentleman, b. 1871 ; tn. 1907, Mabel

Dora Goodman. Res. —

ft Bertram Stevenson, Gentleman, b. 1878 ; m. 1904, Evelyn
St. Austin Tindal- Atkinson (div. 1905) ; tn. 2nd, 1906,
Adahlia Marguerite Knightsmith ; and has issue — Ellen
Mary Harriett. Res. —

STEVENSON of Knockan, co. Londonderry (U.O.).
Azure, on a fesse argent, between in chief three mullets or,
and in base, as many arrows of the last, flighted of the
second, a fleur-de-lys gules between two roses barbed and
seeded proper. Mantling" azure and argent. Crest — On




ai wreath of the colours, three roses in front of a falcon rising
all, -proper. Motto— " Sapientia." Liveiy— Light grey
lined with blue, and blue collar and cuffs, silver buttons with

crest.

Son of William Cochran Stevenson, Esq., J. P., High
Sheriff co. Londonderry, 1896 (ygst. son of James
Stevenson of Knockan, b. 1848 ; d. 1902 ; m. 1874,
Alice Tate, d. of Rev. Andrew Creery, Rector of
Kilmore and Canon of Down Cathedral : —
James Stevenson, Esq., J. P. co. Londonderry, b. 1875.
Seats— Knockan, co. Londonderry ; Ash Park, co. London-
derry. Club — Northern Counties (Londonderry).

Son of John Stevenson, Gentleman, of Lisheen, Little
Sutton, Cheshire, b. 1843; d. 1920; tn. 1st, 1875,



Eleanor Bryan (d. 1877); 2nd, 1886, Bessie O'Brien

Despard (d. 1919) : —
John Bryan Stevenson, Esq., C.M.G., Capt. Roy.
Australian Navy, b. 1876 ; m. 1914, Olive Brooke Bailey of
Hobart, Tasmania ; and has issue. Club— United Service.

JAMES STEVENSON-HAMILTON, Esquire, J. P.
and D.L. county of Lanark, Silver Medallist, London
Zoological Society, late Major 6th Inniskilling Dragoons,
Warden of the Kruger National Park, S. Africa, Member
of the Royal Company of Archers (King's Bodyguard for
Scotland). Born October 2, 1867, being the eldest son of
James Stevenson, Esquire, of Braidwood, by his wife Eliza,
the heiress of Fairholm, eldest daughter of James Hamilton
(third son of Charles Hamilton), and succeeded his mother
as heir of entail on attaining his majority in 1888. Armorial
bearings (L.O., 1867)— Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, a mullet
argent, between three cinquefoils ermine, within a bordure ot
the last (for Hamilton) ; 2 and 3, argent, a chevron between
three fleurs-de-lys gules, on a chief sable, three mullets of the
field ( for Stevenson ). U pon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules, doubled argent ;
and upon wreaths of his liveries are set for Crests, 1. a
hawk rising proper, belled or, holding in the dexter foot
a sword also proper, hilted and pommelled or* (for
Hamilton) ; 2. a dexter hand issuing from a cloud and hold-
ing a wreath of laurel all proper (for Steyenson). Mottoes
— "Thankful " (for Hamilton) ; " Coelum non solum " (for
Stevenson). Livery — Red and silver. Seats — Fairholm,
Larkhall ; and Kirkton, Carluke, N.B. Clubs — Army and
Navy, New (Edinburgh).

STEWARD, see FALCON-STEWARD.

STEWART, see FALCON AR-S TE WART,
HATHORN - JOHNSTON - STEWART, MURRAY -
STEWART, POYNTZ-STEWART, SHAW-STEW-
ART, and VANE-TEMPEST-STEWART.

STEWART. Or, a fess chequy argent and azure
surmounted of a bend engrailed gules, within a double
tressure flory counterflory of the last. Mantling gules,
doubled ermine. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a
pelican argent, winged or, in her piety, the nest and
young proper. Supporters — On the dexter, a savage
wreathed about the head and loins with laurel, holding
a club over his dexter shoulder all proper ; on the
sinister, a lion gules. Motto — " Virescit vulnere virtus."
Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Randolph Henry Stewart, nth
Earl of Galloway, b. 1836 ; d. 1920 ; tn. 1891, Amy
Mary (Res. — Cumloden, Newton Stewart), d. of
Anthony John Cliffe, of Bellevue, co. Wexford : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Randolph Algernon Ronald Stewart,
12th Earl of Galloway (19 Sept. 1628), and Lord Garlies,
of Scotland (19 July, 1607), Baron Stewart of Garlies,
Great Britain (6 June, 1796), Bart. (18 July, 1627), of Scot-
land, of Corsewell, and of Burray, Capt. (ret.) Scots Gds.,
b. 1892 ; tn. 1924, Philippa Fendall, d. of J. Wendell,
of New York; and has issue — Randolph Keith Reginald
Stewart, commonly called Lord Garlies, b. 1928 ; and
Lady Antonia Marian Amy Isabel. Seats — Cumloden,
Newton Stewart ; Glentrool Lodge, and Garlies Lodge,
Bargrennan, co. Kirkcudbright. Clubs — Bachelors', St.
James's, Carlton.

STEWART of Fort Stewart. Gules, a fesse chequy
argent and azure, between three lions rampant or.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a dexter hand in armour proper, holding a heart
gules. Motto — " Nil desperandum."

Second son of William Molloy Stewart, Esq., b. 1833 ;
d. 1889; tn. 1864, Ellen (d. 1917), d. of W. H. Urqu-
hart, and widow of Francis Berkeley Drummond : —
Sir Harry Jocelyn Urquhart Stewart, nth Bart.,
(2 May, 1623), Maj. (ret.) Donegal Artillery, D.L., co.
Donegal, b. 1871 ; s. his brother 1894 ; m. 1896, Isabel
Mary, d. of Col. F. S. Mansfield, D.L., of Castle Wray,
co. Donegal ; and has issue— William Francis Stewart,
Esq., b. 1901 [tn. 1923, Lucy Dorothy, d. of Archibald
Metcalfe-Smith] ; Jocelyn Harry Stewart, Esq., b. 1903 ;
Walter Annesley Stewart, Esq., b. 1907 ; Malcolm Geoffrey
Stewart, Esq., b. 1908 ; Isabel; Kathleen Mary [m. 1925,
Geoffrey Watt of Clanagh, Ramelton, co. Donegal] ; Hester
Ann Lilian; Violet Mary [m. 1926, Capt. Allister Baillie,
M.C., R.E.] ; Evelyn Frances. Seat — Fort Stewart,
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STEWART (L O., 1891). Or, a fesse chequy azure and
argent, between two cross crosslets fitch^e in chief, and a
garb in base gules, banded of the first. Mantling azure
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, two hands
proper, grasping a man's heart or. Motto — " Corde et
manu."

Son of Alexander Arthur Grainger Stewart, Esquire,
Advocate, M.A. , LL. B. , b. 1867; d. 1909; m. 1895,
Emily Frances, dau. of the Hon. Lord Adam, Senator
of the College of Justice, Scotland : —
Thomas Grainger Stewart, Esq., M.C. , T.D.. Advocate,
Capt. 7/gth (Highlanders) Batt. The Royal Scots (T.A.), b.
1896. Res. — 35 Moray Place, Edinburgh; Thorntonlock
House, Innerwick, East Lothian. Club — University (Edin-
burgh).

CHARLES EDWARD STEWART, Gentleman, Bar-

rister-at-Law, Inner Temple, M.A. (Oxon. ). Born 1862, son
of late Charles Stewart, Barrister-at-Law, sometime M.P.
for Penrhyn, by his wife Emily (god-dau. of the Emperor
of Russia), d. of J. ParlamofSt. Petersburg. Arms (L.O. ,
1879) — Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a fesse chequy azure and
argent, surmounted of a lion rampant gules ; 2 and 3, azure,
three garbs or, all within a bordure argent, charged with
three . wolves' heads gules. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a man's head couped proper. Motto — "Never
unprepared." Married, 1887, Mary, only child of P. Jennings
of The Hayes, Salop ; and has Issue — Kenneth Stewart,
Gentleman, Sub-Lieut. R.N., b. 1893; Marjorie [m. 1913,
Clifford Philpot of Weston-under-Redcastle, Salop, and has
issue] ; and Katherine. Res.— 43 Ennismore Gardens, S. W.

STEWART (L.O., matric. 29 June 1910). Quarterly,
1 and 4, or, a fess chequy azure and argent, surmounted
of a lion rampant gules, armed and langued of the second,
all within a bordure of the fourth ; 2. azure, three garbs
or ; 3. argent, on a bend azure, three buckles or, the whole
within a bordure gold. Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest
— On a wreath of his liveries, a garb proper, banded gules.
Motto — " Pro rege et patria."

Sons of the late James Stewart or Sdeuard, Esq.,
Major 105th Lanarkshire Rifle Vols. (Glasgow High-
landers) of Glasgow, b. 1837 ; d. 1881 ; m. 1868, Marion
Taylor, d. of William Napier of Edinburgh: —
James Duncan Stewart, Gentleman, b. 1869; m. 1904,
Anne Outram, d. of William Cameron of Montrose ; and
has issue — Elizabeth Richardson ; and Caroline Cameron.
Res.—

William Napier Stewart, Gentleman (Arms as above,
but (Matric. L.O. 26 August, 1922, in the centre of the
quarters a crescent azure for difference) [Crest and Motto
as above], b. 1871 ; m. 1923, Flora, d. of William
Smith ; and has issue— William David Stewart, Gentleman,
b. 1923. Res. — 77 Ashdale Drive, Glasgow.

STEWART. Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, three fleurs-de-
lys within a bordure engrailed or ; 2 and 3, or, a fesse
chequy azure and argent, within a bordure gules, charged
with eight buckles of the first, over all in the centre chief
point a mullet counterchanged. Mantling azure and or.
Crest— Out of a ducal coronet or, a bull's head sable,
vomiting flames proper, and charged with a mullet or.
Motto — " Avant Darnly."

Sons of Charles Frederick Stewart, Esquire, of Horn

Head, B. A., J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1871, b. 1845 ;

d. 1917; m. 1st, 1869, Elizabeth Frances (d. 1881),

second dau. of Rev. Thomas Lindesay, Rector of Upper

Cumber, co. Derry ; 2nd, 1884, Georgina Sophia,

youngest dau. of Blackwood Hamilton of Highnam,

Bray : —

Charles Frederick Stewart, Esq., J. P., D.L., co. Donegal,

Capt. late 5th Batt. R. Inniskilling Fus., b. 1870; m. 1st,

1899, Alice Mary Lydia {d. 1907), d. of late Capt. John

Keys Humfreyof Cavan-a-Cor ; 2nd, 19 10, Hildegarde Ellen

Elizabeth, d. of Frederick Lindesay; and has surv. issue —

(by 2nd marriage), Lindesay Stewart, Gentleman, b. 1913 ;

(by 1st marriage), Elizabeth Frances ; and Alice Humfrey.

Seat— Horn Head, Dunfanaghy, co. Donegal. Res. —

20 St. George's Square, Worcester.

Bertram Robert Stewart, Gentleman, b. 1886. Res. —
Richard Arthur Stewart, Gentleman, 1888. Res.—

CHARLES BALFOUR STEWART, Esquire, formerly
of Burgh, Westray, Orkney, M.A., M.B., B.C. (Cantab.),
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.(Lond.), Capt. R.A.M.C. Born July
12 1864. beine the elder son of the late Balfour Stewart of



Ballymargarvey, co. Meath, M.A. , LL.D. , F. R.S. , Professor
of Natural Philosophy, Owens' College, Manchester, and
sometime Director of Kew University, by his wife Katharine,
only child of the late Charles Stevens of Kensington Gore,
London, Solicitor. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, 1 and 4,
grand quarters, quarterly, Land iiii. , or, a lion rampant within
a double tressure flory and counterflory gules, debruised by
a ribbon sable ; ii. and iii. , azure, a ship with her sails trussed




up or (for Orkney), the whole within a bordure compony
argent and azure (for Stewart) ; 2 and 3, grand quarters,
argent, a chevron sable, charged with an otter's head erased
of the field (for Balfour of Pharay). Mantling gules,
doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a king
enthroned, holding in his dexter hand a sword, and in his
sinister a falcon all proper. Motto — "Sic fuit est et erit."
Postal address — Chalet Pomona, Blonay-sur-Vevey,
Switzerland.

STEWART (L.O. 1891). Or, a fesse chequy azure
and argent, between two leopards' faces in chief gules
and a galley in base sable, flagged of the fourth. Mantling
azure, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a
pelican in her piety proper. Motto — "Salus per Christum."
Livery — Blue and gold.

Only surv. son of Sir David Stewart, Knight Bachelor,
of Banchory-Devenick, Lord Provost of the city of
Aberdeen, D.L. and J. P. cos. Aberdeen, Kincardine, and
city of Aberdeen, M.A., Hon. LL.D. Aberdeen, b. 1835 ;
d. 1 919 ; m. i860, Margaret Dyce, dau. of the Rev.
David Brown, M.A., D.D., Principal of the Free
Church College, Aberdeen, one of the Revisers of the
New Testament : — ,

David Brown Douglas Stewart, Esq., M.A., Col. late the



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City of Aberdeen, b. 1862 ; m. 1899, Isabella, dau. of the
late A. Brown of Bombay, sometime Member of the Indian
Council; and has issue— David Stewart, Esq., b. 1908;
Margaret Isobel Stormonth ; Katharine Dyce [m. 1928]
Geoffrey E. B. Barlow, son of the late Admiral Charles
Barlow, D.S.O.]; and Mary Irvine. Estates— Banchory-
Devenick and Leggart, in co. Kincardine. Postal address
—Banchory House, Banchory-Devenick, N.B. Clubs—
Caledonian, Royal Northern (Aberdeen).

The late CHARLES MONTAGUE DUNCAN
STEWART, Esquire, of Achnacone formerly Capt.
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and in Secocoeni War, in the Zulu War, and in the
Boer War 1880-81. Born March 10, 1849, being the
eldest son of Alexander Stewart of Achnacone, b. 1809 ;
d. 1893 ; m. 1844, Mary Montague, dau. of Daniel
Wilson Davison of the Brand Hall, Salop. Armorial
bearings (L.O., June 12, 1772 ; rematric. Feb. 12,
1900)— Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a fesse chequy azure
and argent (for Stewart) ; 2 and 3, argent, a galley
sable, sails furled, oars in action proper, nagged gules
(for Lorn), all within a bordure of the last. Mantling
azure, doubled or. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries,
a unicorn's head couped argent, armed and crined or,
and in an escroll over the same this Motto, " Quhidder
will zie." Married, April 3, 1894, Amy Eveleen, dau.
of Major-Gen. Michael Bruce ; and died 1924.

STEWART (L.O., 31 Dec. 1912). Or, a fesse chequy
azure and argent, between a pelican in her piety in chief
gules, and in base a cinquefoil ermine. Mantling azure,
doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a pelican's
head and neck vulned between two wings elevated and
addorsed proper, gorged with a collar chequy azure and
argent, garnished or. Motto — "Sanguine suo."

Only son of late Alexander Stewart, Shipmaster, of

Glasgow, *. 1841 ; d. 1878 ; m. 1875, Euphemia

Hamilton, eldest d. of Robert Allan, Schoolmaster, of

Stonehouse, Lanarkshire: —

John Alexander Stewart, Gentleman, F.S.A. Scot., and

Hon. Western Secretary of the Stewart Society, b. 1877.

Post. add. — 104 Cheapside Street, Glasgow.

STEWART (1 May 1807, U.O.). Or, a fesse chequy
argent and azure, between three lions rampant gules.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the



colours, a griffin's head couped proper. Motto— " For
ward."

Son of Rev. Henry Stewart, D.D., of Mount Blakeney
co. Limerick, b. 1836; d. 1896; m. 1861, Martha
Angelina, only d. of Rev. Edward Michael Hamilton •—
Rev. Edward Hamilton Stewart, M.A. (Camb ) b 1862 •
m 1896 Constance, eldest d. of late John Henry Gilchrist-
Clark of Speddock ; and has surv. issue— Henry Robert
Stewart, Gentleman, b. 1903; Emily Hilda; and Eileen
Constance. Seat— Dromisken, co. Louth. Pes —Court
Hill, Potterne, Devizes, Wilts.

Sons of Rt. Hon. George Francis Stewart. P C of
Summerhill, Dir. Bank of Ireland, Pres. of Surveyors'
Institution, D.L. co. Leitrim (High Sheriff 1892) b
1851 ; d. 1928 ; m. 1881, Georgiana Lavinia d of
Rear-Admiral Richard Robert Quin, of Summerhill
Torquay, son of Lord George Quin ; and grandson of
1st Marquess of Headfort : —
Clements George Stewart, Gentleman, b. 1882 ; m iqi 2
Ellen, d. of late Thomas Eades Walker, M.P., of Lynderl
House, Lynden Gardens, London ; and has issue— Thorn is
Clements Stewart, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; Robert Jasper
Beresford Stewart, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; Henry George
Stewart, Gentleman, b. 1916. Seat— Summerhill, Killinev
co. Dublin. ''

Robert Henry Rynn Stewart, Esq., Lieut, late R.N R
B.A. (Oxon.), F.S.I., b. 1883; m. 1915. Edith Henrietta'
d. of the late Col. Evelyn Martin, Roy. Irish Fus. ; and had




issue— Robert Rynn Stewart, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; Colin
Mary; and Sheila Dorothy. Res.— Kildoon, Killiney, co.
Dublin ; 6 Leinster Gardens, Dublin. Clubs— Kildare
Street (Dublin), Royal St. George Yacht (Kingstown).

[Mr. Robert Henry Rynn Stewart is a great-grandson of
Henry Stewart of Tyrcallen, to whom the following arms
were granted 20th of February 1799, viz:— Quarterly, r. or,
a lion rampant within a double tressure flory counterflory
gules (Scotland) ; 2. or, a fesse chequy argent and azure
(Stuart) ; 3. argent, a saltire engrailed sable, between four
roses gules, barbed and seeded proper (Lennox) ; 4. azure,
a lion rampant argent, ducally crowned or (Macduff), the
whole within a bordure compony argent and azure. Crest
—A griffin's head proper. Motto— " Forward." Ulster's
Office, however, holds the opinion that this Patent of 1799
is superseded by the later one of 1807.]

STEWART of Ardvorlick (L.O., 1802 and 1891).
Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a lion rampant, within a double
tressure flory counterflory gules ; 2. or, a fesse chequy azure
and argent, in chief a mullet gules ; 3. argent, a saltire en-
grailed between four roses gules, barbed and seeded vert, all
within a bordure engrailed compon£e azure and of the first.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — Upon a wreath
of his liveries, a dexter naked arm issuant, grasping a sword
in bend sinister, all proper, pommel and hilt or. Motto (in
an escroll above the crest) — " Deo juvante vinco."

Second and only surv. son of William Stewart, Esq.,.

Major, late 10th Bengal Lancers, Governor H.M.

Prisons, Scotland, b. 1859 ; d. 1918 ; tn. 1891, Lily,

dau. of A. C. MacLaren, M.R.C.S., of 60 Harley Street'

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