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the third finger with a royal signet all proper. Mantling




azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, two
dexter hands clasped and conjoined as in the arms, thereon a
lion rampant guardant or. Motto — "A favore regis
nomen."

Sons of Samuel Kingan, Esq., ofGlenganagh, Bangor,

co. Down, J. P. and D.L. co. Down, b. 1824; d. 1911 ;

m. 1875, Janie, d. of late John Sinclair of The Grove,

Belfast : —
William Sinclair Kingan, Esq. , J. P. and D.L. co. Down,
b. 1876; m. 1921, Catherine Elizabeth, d. of Alfred E.
Brett; and has issue — Thomas John Anthony Kingan,
Gentleman, b. 1923; and Catherine Janet. Seat — Glen-
ganagh, Bangor, co. Down. Club — Ulster (Belfast).

Thomas Davison Kingan, Gentleman, b. 1879. Club —
Ulster (Belfast).

KINGERLEE (H. Coll.). Azure, on a bend between a
sun in splendour in chief, both or, and a martlet in base
argent, three mullets gules, on a chief of the second a
mullet also guies, between two fleurs-de-lys of the field.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a hillock vert, thereon a dove close
proper, holding in the beak an olive-leaf slipped proper,
two fleurs-de-lys or. Motto — " Integritate et fidelitate."
Son of Thomas Kingerlee of Banbury, Oxon. : —

Thomas Henry Kingerlee, Esq. , J. P. , twice Mayor of the
city of Oxford, Hon. M.A. (Oxford), b. . Res. —

Heme House, Bath.

KINGSALE, Baron, see DE COURCY.

KINGSCOTE (H. Coll.). Argent, ten escallops, four,
three, two and one sable, on a canton gules, a mullet
pierced or. Mantling sable and argent.

Sons of Major Fitzhardinge Kingscote, late Rifle

Brigade, b. 1837 ; d. 1900 ; m. 1863, Agnes Janet, d.

of John Stuart of London, Canada West : —

Lt.-Col. Randolph All.ert Fitzhardinge Kingscote, late

R.E., J. P. co. Tipperary, b. 1867; m. 1st, 1890, Florence

Louise (div. IQ02), ygst. d. of the late Sir E. Boehm, Bart. ;

2nd, 1903, Elizabeth Frances Dorothy, d. of Gen. Sir Wm.

Butler, G.C.B. ; and has issue — (1) Patrick Bloom field



Lewis Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; (2)
Nigel Adrian Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Gentleman, b. 19C6 ;
(3) Edgar Noel Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Gentleman, b.
1908 ; and Flavia Adeva. Seat — Plas Newvdd, nr. Ruthin,
N. Wales.

Alexander Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Gentleman, b. 1868.
Thomas George Kingscote, Gentleman, b. 1875.

Son of Thomas Henrv Kingscote, Esq., J. P. for co.
Gloucester, High Sheriff 1841, Col. of the North Glou-
cester Militia, b. 1799; d. 1861 ; 111. 2nd, 1833, Hon.
Hariott Mary Anne, eldest d. of Rt. Hon. Benjamin,
1st Lord Bluomfield: —
Thomas Arthur Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Esq., C.V.O. ,
Extra Gentleman Usher to the King, J. P. Berks, [and
impaling the arms of Gifford, namely, azure, a chevron be-
tween three stirrups with leathers or, within a bordure
engrailed argent, charged with eight pellets], b. 1845 ; in.
1872, Hon. Eveline Mary, d. of Rt. Hon. Robert Francis,
2nd Lord Gifford ; and has issue— (1) Eric Thomas Kings-
cote, Esq., Capt. late 3rd Batt. Glos. Regt., Gentleman
Usher of the Cellars to the King, b. 1885 [in. 1st, 1911,
Frances Jane Curie (who obtained a divorce 1924), ygst. d.
of Henry Lamont of Gribton, Dumfries-shire ; 2nd, 1924,
Mrs. J. Perceval, and has issue — Robin Nigel Kingscote,
Gentleman, b 1919 ; and Pamela Evelyn]; (2) Maurice
Kingscote, Esq., late Capt Berks. Yeo. , b. 1887 [m. 1916,
Violet, d. of Herbert Owen Lord, of Lilley Brook,
Charlton Kings ; and has issue — 1 dau. Res. — Watermoor
House, Cirencester.

Sons of William Anthony Kingscote, />. 1848 ; d. iqoo ;
m. 1872, Catherine Jeanette, d. of Robert Pringle of
Bective, New South Wales: —
? Sons.
Younger son of Thomas Henry Kingscote (see
above) : —
John Bl< omfield Kingscote, Esq., J. P., b. 1851; m.
1884, Harriet, d. of J. Rogerson ; and has issue — John
Kingscote, Gentleman, b. 1885; and Harriet Caroline.
Res. — Stratton Audley, Bicester. Club— Brooks's.

Son of Howard Kingscote Esq., Col. Oxfordshire

Light Infantry, b. 1845; d. 1917; m. 1885, Adeline

Georgina Isabella (d. 1908), only d. of Rt. Hon. Sir

Henry Drummond Wolff, G.C.M.G. , K.C.B. , M.P. : —

Algernon Robert Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Esq., M.C.,

Capt. and Brev.-Maj. R.A., served Great War (despatches,

M.C. and Star), b. 1888; m. 19^, Marjorie Paton, d o

Douglas C. Hindley. Res. —

KINGSFORD (H. Coll., 1911). Ermine, an eagle
displayed gules, over all a chevron or, charged with
three roses of the second barbed and seeded proper.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, an eagle displayed per chevron argent and azure,
charged on each wing with a rose as in the arms and
holding in the beak a like rose slipped and leaved proper.
Motto — " Aquila supra volat."

Onlv surv. son of Rev. Sampson Kingsford, Clerk
in Holy Orders, Vicar of St. Hilary, Cornwall, b.
1825 ; d. 1890 ; m. 1855, Helen, d. of William Leth-
bridge, Gentleman, of Kilworthy .Tavistock : —
Rev. Edward Lethbridge Kingsford, Clerk in Holy
Orders, M.A. Oxon., b. 1867; m. 1896, Jessie Ada, d. of
Christopher Edward Newport, Esq., Col. R.A., and has
issue — Edward Hilary Lethbridge Kingsford, Gentle-
man, B.A. Oxon., *. 1901 (Club — United University).
Res. — i2Lyndhurst Road, Exeter.
Son of Rev. R. L. Kingsford : —
Reginald John Lethbridge Kingsford, Gentleman,
M.A. Cantab., b. 1900. Res. — Clare Coll., Cambridge.

KINGSFORD-LETHBRIDGE (R.L. 1913, H. Coin.
Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, issuant out of waves in base a
bridge of five arches proper, in chief an eagle displayed
or, between to the dexter a crescent and to the sinister
a mullet argent (for Lethbridge) ; 2 and 3, ermine, an
eagle displayed gules, over all a chevron or, charged with
three roses of the second, barbed and seeded proper (for
Kingsford). Mantling azure and or. Crests — 1 . out of the
battlements of a tower proper an eagle displayed sable,
holding in the dexter claw a mullet and in the sinister a
crescent or (for Lethbridge) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,
an eagle displayed per chevron argent and azure, charged
on each wing with a rose as in the arms, and holding in
the beak a like rose slipped and leaved proper (for Kings-
ford). Motto — " Spes mea in Deo."

Sons of Henry Lethbridge Kingsford-Lethbridge



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(formerly Kingsford), Esq., of Wood, S. Tawton,

b. i860 ; d. 1916 ; m. 1902, Amy Frances, d. of James

Armstrong, of Hardriding, Northumberland : —

Henry Christopher Lethbridge Kingsford-Lethbridge,

Gentleman, Lieut. R. Fusiliers, b. 1904. Seat — Wood,

South Tawton, Devon.

William Armstrong Lethbridge Kingsford-Lethbridge,
Gentleman, b. 1906. Res. — Wood, S. Tawton, Devon.

Lt.-Col. ANDREW DE PORTAL KINGSMILL,
D.S.O., M.C., Reserve of Officers Grenadier Guards, J. P.
co. Southampton. Born 18S1, being the only son of the
late William Howley Kingsmill, Esquire, M.A. , J. P.,
High Sheriff 1875, by his wife Constance Mary, eld. dau.
of the late Sir Wyndham S. Portal, Bart. Armorial
beari.ig's — Argent, sem£e of cross crosslets fitch^e sable,
a chevron ermines between three fers-de-moline pierced ot
the second, a chief ot the third, all within a bordure wavy
azure. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a cubit arm vested argent, charged with
a bendlet azure, cuff ermines, the hand proper grasping a
fer-de-moline as in the arms. Motto — " Do well, doubt
not." Married, 1904, Gladys Frances (whom he divorced
1920), younger dau. of the late Capt. Johnson, 64th Regt. ;
and has issue — William Henry Kingsmill, Gentleman,
2nd Lieut. Grenadier Guards, b. 1905 ; Diana Janetta
Helena ; Daphne ; and Pamela Glatys. Seat — Sydmon-
ton Court, Ne»vbury. Club — Guards'.

S JULIAN CLAUD DE KENNE BRUCE- KINGS-
MILL. Esq., F.C.S., A.R.T.C, F.R.G.S., M.A.
(Ox >n. and Glasgow), Col. in the Army. Born May n,
1866, being the son of the late Thomas Nu -enf
Kingsmill (formerly Kenney) [nephew of the ninth Earl
of Wf-stmeath], by his wife, m. 1865, Isabel Augusta
Bruce, dau. and sole heiress of Colonel Sir John Kingsmill,
Knight Bachelor, Justice of the Peace, of Hermitage Park,




Commander of the Battle Axe Guards of the Castle of
Dublin. Armorial bearings -He bears for Arms: Quar-
terly, 1 and 4, argent, sem£e of cross crosslets fi tehee sable,
a chevron ermines b-tween three fers-de-moline pierced of
of the second, a chief of the third (for Kingsmill) ; 2
and 3, per pale or and azure, a fleur-de-lys between three
crescents, all counterchanged, a crescent for difference (for
Kenney). Upi>n the escutcheon is placed a helmet be-
fitting his degree, with a Mantling sable and argent ; arid
for his Crests, 1. upon a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm
erect, vested argent, cuffed ermines, in the hand proper
a fer-de-moline, as in the arms (for Kingsmill) ; 2. out of



an Earl's coronet or, a cubit arm erect, vested gules, cuffed
argent, the hand grasping a roll of parchment proper, the
arm charged with a crescent argent for difference (for
Kenney). Motto — "Do well, doubt nought." Married,
1893, Emily Lydia, d. of the late James Marsland ; and
has surv. issue — (1) Edward George William Kingsmill,
Gentleman, b. 1906; (2) Nigel John de Kenne Kingsmill,
b. 1908 ; Margaret ; Isabel Augusta Helena Olivia ; Emily
Mary Anne Teresa Lydia; and Lilian Julia. Seat —
Burnbank, Newton-on-Ayr, N.B. Res. — 7 The Barons,
St. Margaret's-on-Thames.

KINGSTON, Earl of, see KING-TENISON.



KINGSTONE. Per pale argent and gules, a chevron
counterchanged between a thistle slipped in dexter chief
proper and a trefoil in sinister chief or, in dexter base
a trefoil slipped vert, and in the sinister a thistle slipped




of the fourth. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of his liveries, a swan, holding in its beak a thistle
slipped proper. Motto — "Dei gratia."

Sons of Frederick William Kingstone, Gentleman,
Barrister -at-Law, and Solicitor, Supreme Court of
Toronto, b. 1836 ; m. Oct. 3, 1871, Henrietta Georgina,
eld. dau. of Very Rev. Henry James Grasett, Dean of
Toronto and Rector of St. James's Cathedral : —
Rev. Henry Grasett Kingstone, b. 1873. Res. — Fenelon
Falls, Ontario.

Arthur Courtenay Kingstone, Gentleman, b. 1874.
Herbert Dolier Kingstone, Gentleman, b. 1884.
George Alexander Kingstone, Gentleman, b. 1886.

KINGTON-BLAIR-OLIPHANT, see OLIPHANT.

KINLOCH of Kinloch. Quarterly, 1st grand
quarter, azure, a boar's head erased, between three
mascles or, a crescent of the second in chief for difference,
(for Kinloch) ; 2nd grand quarter, gules, a chevron em-
battled between three crescents argent (for Oliphant) ;
3rd grand quarter, parted per fesse argent and sable, a
chevron between three cinquefoils counterchanged (for



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Balneavis) ; 4 th grand quarter, counterquartered, 1.

gules, a broken spear and a standard saltireways argent,

the last charged with a cross of the field and fringed or,

2. azure, a cat salient argent ; 3. argent, on a saltire sable

nine mascles of the first, a bordure azure ; 4. or, three

bars wavy gules, each charged with an escallop of the

field (all for Smyth). Mantling gules, doubled argent.

Crest — A young eagle, perched, looking up to the sun

in his splendour all proper. Motto — " Non degener."

Eld. son of Sir John George Smyth Kinloch, 2nd

Bart., M.P., J. P., b. 1849 ; d. 1910 ; m. 1878, Jessie

Montgomery (Res. — Garrymore, Blairgowrie, co.

Perth), d. of George Lumsden, of Edinburgh : —

Sir George Kinloch, O.B.E., 3rd Bart. (16 April 1873),

of Kinloch, co. Perth, b. 1880 ; m. 1906, Ethel May, d.

of Maj. James Hawkins, 85th Regt. ; and has issue —

John Kinloch, Esq., b. 1907 ; Roger Peregrine Kinloch,

Esq., b. 19 10 ; Barbara Cecilia. Seat — Kinloch, Meigle,

co. Perth. Res. — Princeland, Coupar Angus, Perthshire.

Clubs — Caledonian, New (Edin.).



CHARLES YOUNG KINLOCH, Esquire, J. P. for co.
Perth. Born 1863, being the eldest son of the late David
James Kinloch, Esq., Colonel R.A. , by his wife Katherine
Mary, dau. of Henry Young, Esq., J. P., Chief Secretary
at Bombay. Armorial bearings— Azure, on a chevron
between three mascles or, a boar's head erased of the field,
a fleur-de-lys in chief of the second. Upon the escutcheon
is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling
gules, doubled argent; and upon a wreath of his liveries is




set for Crest, an eagle soaring aloft proper ; and in an
escroll above this Motto, "Yet higher." Livery— Blue,
with yellow facings. Married, April 1899, Marie Louise,
youngest dau. of the late John Laird, Esq., J. P., of Bir-
kenhead, Cheshire. Estate and postal address— Gourdie,
Dunkeld, Perthshire. Club— County (Perth).



KINLOCH-SMYTH of Balhary (L.O., 1765 and 30 Nov.
1910). Quarterly, 1. gules, a broken spear and standard
saltireways proper, the last argent charged with a cross of
the field and fringed or; 2. azure, a cat salient argent;
3. argent, on a saltire sable, nine mascles of the first.



within a bordure azure; 4. or, three bars waved gules,
each charged with an escallop of the field. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreaih of his liveries,
an arm from the shoulder, vambraced, brandishing a broad-
sword proper. Motto — " Caiaid ann am feum."

Eldest son of the late George Washingion Andrew
Kinloch-Smyth of Belhary, b. ; d. 1896 ; m.

Maria Bruzzese: —
Andrew George Kinloch-Smyth, Gentleman, b. 1886.
Res. — Balhary, near Alyth, Perthshire.



The Right Honourable MARY MORGAN-GREN-
VILLE, nth BARONESS KINLOSS, in the Peerage of
Scotland, a Lady of the Order of the Crown of India. Born
Sept. 30, 1852, being the elder dau. and coh. of the lateMost
Noble Sir Richard Plantagenet Campbell Temple-Nugent-
Brydges-Chandos-Grenville, 3rd Duke uf Buckingham and
Chandos, 3rd Earl Temple of Stowe, 7th Viscount Cobhani,
and 10th Lt rd Kinloss, G.C.S.I., CLE., P.C., by his first
wife, Caroline, only dau. of Robert Harvey of Langk y
Park, Bucks., sister of Sir Robert Bateson Harvey, Bart.
Armorial bearings are upon two lozenges, the dexter being
the arms of Morgan-Grenville, namely, quarterly, 1 and 4,
vert, on a cross argent, five torteaux, and for distinction a
canton or (for Grenville) ; 2 and 3, paly of six argent and
or, a lion rampant regardant sable, charged on the shoulder
with a cross crosslet of the second, between four quairefoils
saltirewise of the third (for Morgan), and upon an escut-
cheon of pretence, surmounted by the coronet of a Baroness,
the arms of Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville,
namely, quarterly, 1 and 6, vert, on a cross argent, five tor-
teaux (for Grenville) ; 2. quarterly, i. and iiii. or, an eagle
displayed sable; ii. and iii. , argent, two bars sable, each
charged with three martlets or (for Temple) ; 3. ermine,
two bars gules (for Nugent) ; 4. argent, on a cross sable, a
leopard's face or (for Brydges) ; 5. or, a pile gules (for
Chandos), and upon the sinister lozenge, which is sur-
mounted by the coronet of a Baroness, ihe arms and quar-
terings of Temple- Nugent - Brydges - Chandos- Grenville,
namely, quarterly, 1 and 8, the arms of Temple-Nugent-
Brydges-Chandos-Grenville as previously ; 2. argent, on a
cross sable, a leopard's face or (for Brydges, Dukes of
Chandos) ; 3. or, a saltire and a chief gules, on a canton
argent, a lion rampant azure (for Bruce, Earls of Elgin
and Ailesbury) ; 4. quarterly, i. and iiii. or, on a pile
gules, between six fleurs-de-lys azure, three lions of Eng-
land (being the coat of augmentation granted by King
Henry VIII. on his marriage with Lady Jane Seymour) ;
ii. and iii. gules, two wings conjoined in leure, points
downward or (for Seymour, Dukes of Somerset) ; 5. barry
of six argent and azure, in chief three torteaux, a label of
three points ermine (for Grey, Duke of Suffolk and Marquess
of Dorset) ; 6. barry of ten argent and gules, a lion rampant
or, ducally crowned per pale of the first and second (for
Brandon, Duke of Suffolk) ; 7. quarterly, i. and iiii., azure,
three fleurs-de-lys or (for France); ii. and iii., gules, three
lions passant guardant in pale or (for England), being the
arms of the Princess Mary (Tudor), younger dau. and co-
heir of King Henry VII. ; pendent from the lozenges is the
Badge of the Order of the Crown of India. Martied, Nov.
4, 1884, Louis Ferdinand Harry Courthope Morgan, Esq.,
Major 3rd Batt. York and Lancaster Regiment (eldest son
of George Manners Morgan, Esq., of Biddleston Park,
Bucks.), who assumed by Royal Licence, dated Dec. 6, 1890,
the additional surname and arms of Grenville, and died
Aug. 1896, having had Issue— (1) The Hon. Richard George
Grenville Morgan Grenville, Capt. Rifle Brigade, b. 1887;
killed in action 1914; (2) Rev. the Hon. Luis Chandos
Francis Temple Morgan-Grenville, Master of Kinloss, />.
1889 [m. 1921, Katherine Beatrice Mackenzie, d. of John
Jackman, of Stowe ; and has issue — Beatrice Marv Gren-
ville ; and Anne (Res. — Tostock Place, nr. Bury M.
Edmund's)] ; (3) Hon. Thomas George Breadalbane Mor-
gan Grenville-Gavin, D.S.O., M.C., Lt.-Col. late Rirle
Bde., served Great War (despatches, Legion of Honour),
assumed, 1916, the additional surname of Gavin, b. 1891 ;
[m. 1916, Georgina St. John, d. of Albert St. John Murphy,
of The Island House, Cork, and has issue- Pamela Marv
Ruth ; and Cynthia Averil (Clubs— United Service ; New
(Edinburgh)!]; (4) Hon. Robert William Morgan-Gren-
ville, Capt. late Rifle Bde., b. 1892 [m. 1st, 1915, Irene,
(d. 1916), d. of Sir Robert Grenville Hervey, 2nd Bt. ; 2nd,
1922, Elizabeth Hope, d. of Sir Charles Buie Renshaw.
and widow of Capt. F. W. Gull, and has issue — Robert
Grenville Plantagenet Morgan-Grenville, Esq., b. 1916



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{Res. — Hammerwood House, Midhurst, Sussex)] ; (5) Hon.
Harry Nugent Morgan-Grenville, O.B.E., Capt. Res. of
Officers, R.E., b. 1896 [m. 1921, Mary, d. of the late Capt.
the Hon. Edward O. Murray, Cameron Highlanders, and has
surv. issue— Edward Morgan-Grenville, Esq., ^.1925 ; David
Bevil Mirgan-Grenville, Gentleman, b. 1928] ; and Hon.
Caroline Mary Elizabeth Grenville \m. iyoy, Thomas
Close Smith, son of H. F. Smith of Boycott Manor,
Buckingham, and has issue]. Seats — Stowe, Buckingham ;
Moreton Lodge, Maids Moreton, Bucks. Res. — Moreton
Lodge, Maids Moreton, Bucks.

KINMOND (L. O ). Parted per chevron azure and or,
three fleurs-de-lys counterchanged. Mantling azure and
or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, an oak-tree frucled
proper. Motto — ' ' Stabo. "



Eld. son of Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Fitzgerald Kinnaird,

K.T., nth Baron Kinnaird, b. 1847 ; d. 1923 ; m.

1875, Marv Alma, d. of Sir Andrew Agnew, 8th

Bart. :—
Rt. Hon. Kenneth Fitzgerald Kinnaird, 12th Baron
Kinnaird, of Inchture, co. Perth, in Scotland (28 Dec.
1682), and Baron Kinnaird of Rossie, co. Perth, in the
U.K. (1 Sept. i860), Capt. (ret.) Scottish Horse, b. 1880';
in. 1903, Frances Victoria, d. of the late Thomas Clifton ,
of Lytham Hall, Lanes. ; and has issue — Hon. Graham
Charles Kinnaird, Master of Kinnaird, b. 1912 ; Hon.
Kenneth George Kinnaird, b. 1914 ; Hon. Anne Barbara ;
Hon. Madeline Elizabeth. Seat — Rossie Priory, Inch
ture, co. Perth.

KINNEAR, see BALFOUR-KINNEAR.




BARONESS KINLOSS.



Issue of Thomas K. Kinmond of Hermon Hill,
Broughty Ferry, N.B. , b. ; d. ; m. : —

Refer to entry of Charles Ernest Crawfurd Walker,
Gentleman.

KINNAIRD. Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a fesse wavy
between three mullets gules as a coat of augmentation
(for Kirkcaldy) ; 2 and 3, gules, a saltire between four
crescents or (for Kinnaird). Mantling gules, doubled
ermine. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries a mullet be-
tween the horns of a crescent, issuant out of a cloud,
within two branches of palm in orle proper. Sup-
porters — On either side a savage, wreathed about the
head and middle with oak-leaves, their hands, which
support the shield, in chains hanging down to the feet,
in their other hands a garland of laurel, all proper.
Motto — "Qui patitur vincit " ; and above the crest,
" Sine Phcebo lux."



K1NNOULL, Earl of, see HAY.



KINROSS, Baron, see BALFOUR.



KINTORE, Earl of, see KEITH-FALCONER.



The Late WILLIAM JAMES KIPPEN, Esquire, of
Busby and Westerton, J. P. and D.L. co. Dumbarton,
LI..B. Edin., K.C., a member of the Faculty of Advocates,
Edinburgh. Born 1866, d. 1928, being the only son of"
the late James Hill Kippen, Esq., of Bushy, co. Lanark,
and Westerton, co. Dumbarton, J. P. co. Dumbarton, by
his wife Rachel, dau. of the late Robert Sword. Armorial
bearings— Argent, a saltire within a bordure engrailed
purpure. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a



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wreath ot the colours, an eagle with wings expanded issuing




out of a tower, all proper. Motto — " Liberty."
Westerton, county of Dumbarton.



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KIRBY (H. Coll.). Argent, two bars gules, on a chief
of the last a pale or, and three crosses moline counter-




fructed proper, a toi teau charged with a cross moline or
Motto — "More majorum."

Sons of Edmund Kirby, Gentleman, F. R.I.B.A., b.

1838; d. 1920; m. 1873, Rose Ann, d. of Benjamin

Dodsworth of Burton Croft, York: —

Francis Joseph Kirby, Gentleman, F.S.I. , b. 1874; m.

1905, Cecilia, d. <_f Redmond P. Cafferta of Staunton Hall,

Orsion, Nous. ; and has issue— 2 daus. Res. — Riverside,

Parkgate, Cheshire.

Rev. Edward Dodsworth Kirby, b. 1876.
Edmund Bertram Kirby, Esq., O.B.E., F.R.I.B.A.,
Major R.A. (ret.), T.A., b. 1881 ; m. 1917, Frieda, d. ot
J. B. Eckes, of 22 Alexand ia Drive, Se ton Park, Liverpool.
Res. — 6 Beresford Road, Oxton, Birkenhead.

Sons of Laurence Daniel Kirby, Barrister-at Law (Inner
Temple), b. 1842; d. 1880; m. 1872, Louise, d. ot
Adolphe Masson tie Moubert of Garswocd, Lanes. : —
Rev. Edgar Arthur Kirby, M.A. Oxon., B.A. Lond., b.
1873. Res. — Romiley. Cheshire.

Laurence Hugh Kirby, Gentleman, b. 1880. Post add.—

KIRBY (H. Coll.). Or, two bars gules, between a lion's
head erased in chief of the last, and a scaling-ladder in
bend in base sable, within two flaunches ermine, each
charged with a fasces erect proper. Mantlirjg gules and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of the
battlements of a tower or, issuant therefrom an elephant's
head sable, eared gold, a rose argent, leaved and slipped
proper.

Son of Sir Alfred Kirby of Fairlawn, Deptford, Kent,
J. P. (Sheriff of London and Middlesex 1887), b. 1841 ;
d. 1900; m. 1869, d. of William Dawson: —

Walter Kirby, Esq., b. ; m. , d. of Col. Ritchie,

sometime City Marshal. Res. —

KIRK (H. Coll.). Gules, a chevron dovetailed ermine,
on a chief or, three dragons' heads erased of the first,
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of
the colours, out of the battlements of a tower, a demi-




changed. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, and between two branches of oak, leaved and



dragon or, charged on the shoulder with a trefoil slipped
gules, holding in the claws a flag-staff in bend sinister,
therefrom flowing a pennon also or. Motto — "For kirk
and king."

Sons of William Kirk, Esq. , J. P. co. Durham, b. 1849 ;

d. 1029 ; in. 1st, 1870, Mary Hannah, d. of George

Blakelock ; 2nd, Elizabeth Barrett, d. of George

Lockwood : —






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William Brown Kirk, Gentleman, b. 1871. Post. add.
Red House, Norton-on-Tees, co. Durham.
George Lascelles Kirk, Gentleman, b. 1887.



KIRK of Cardiff (H. Coll.,) Azure, on a pale between
two lions rampant argent, three lozenges of the field, the
centre lozenge charged with a dragon's head couped, and
those in chief and base with a rose of the second, barbed
and seeded proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-unicorn argent,
armed, crined, and unguled or, charged on the shoulder
with a civic wreath vert, and resting the sinister hoof
on a lozenge azure. Motto — " Verus et fidelis."

Son of Sir Amos Child Kirk, Knt. Bach. (1922), J. P.,

and Alderman of Cardiff, b. 1856 ; d. 1928 ; m. 1881,

Mary Elizabeth, d. of Charles Garland, of Leeds : —

Percy Henry Kirk, Esq., b. 1885. Res. — Clifton House,

Newport Road, Cardiff.



KIRK (H. Coll.) Sable, a sword argent and a crozier
or in saltire, on a chief of the second two escallops of
the first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Issuant
out of an antique crown or, a dexter cubit arm in armour
proper, grasping a sword erect argent, entwined with two



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