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of Capt. O. C. B. D. Walcot, J.P., of Bitterley Court,
Salop ; and has issue — (1) William Walcot Stewart,
Gentleman, b. 1915 ; (2) Alexander Walcot Stewart,
Gentleman, b. 1922. Res. — Jaipur, Assam, India; Great
Ness House, Salop.

STEWART-BAM of Ards (R.L. 1910, U.O.). Quar-
terly, 1 and 4, per pale sable and or, barry of four counter-
changed, on a chief ermine, a thistle, slipped and leaved,
between two dice proper (Bam) ; 2 and 3, or, a bend
counter-compony argent and azure, between two lions
rampant gules, in the chief point a crescent of the third,
and (for distinction) a canton of the fourth (Stewart).
Mantling sable and or. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the
colours, a thistle, leaved and slipped proper, between two
ostrich feathers or (Bam) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a
dragon statant or, charged with a crescent, as in the arms,
and (for distinction) charged on the wing with a cross crosslet
gules (Stewart). Motto — " Metuenda corolla draconis."
Son of J. A. Bam of Cape Town, M.L.A. for Cape
Town, b. ; d. ; m. , Maria Frederika, d. of
van Blommestein of Cape Town : —
Lt.-Col.SirPieter Canzius van Blommestein Stewart-Bam,
O.B.E., Knt. Bach. (1907), J. P. co. Donegal and for Cape
Colony, Lt.-Col. London Regt., served in S. African
War (medal), late Senior Memb. Cape Legislative Assembly
for Cape Town, Chairman of the Executive Council of the
Imperial Exhibition 1915, b. 1869; m. 1910, Ena Dingwall
Tasca, d. and h. of late Alexander George John Stewart
of Ards, co. Donegal, Ireland; and has issue — Alexander
Pieter Canzius van Blommestein Stewart-Bam, Esq., t>.
1914 ; Patrick John van Blommestein Stewart-Bam, Esq.,
b. 1920 ; Patricia May Julia van Blommestein ; Ena Mary
Isabel van Blommestein ; and Molly Phyllis Tasca van
Blommestein. Res. — Ards, Cashelmore, co. Donegal,
Ireland ; Laurencetown House, Ducks Hill, Northwood,
Middx. ; Bow's Buildings, St. George's Street, Cape Town.
Clubs — Sports, Royal Automobile, City (Cape Town).

STEWART-LIBERTY (R.L., 15 Mar. 1918, H. Coll,).
Arms of Liberty : — Party per fesse azure and gules, in
chief a tower between two fleurs-de-lys, and in base a
lion passant all or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, in front of a tower gules, a lion
passant holding in the dexter fore-paw a fleur-de-lys both
or. Motto—" Libertas."

Son of Donald Stewart, M.D., of Nottingham, 6.

1843 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1883, Ada, d. of the late Arthur

Liberty, of Nottingham, and sister of the late Sir

Arthur Lasenby Liberty : —
Capt. Ivor Stewart-Liberty, M.C., M.A. (Oxon.), Bucks.
Batt. Oxford and Bucks. L.I., J.P. and C.C. Bucks.,
Barrister-at-Law Inner Temple, who assumed by R.L.,
15 Mar. 1918, the additional surname and the arms of
Liberty, b. 1887 ; m. 1913, Evelyn, d of Canon C. O.
Phipps, of Aylesbury ; and has issue — Arthur Ivor
Stewart-Liberty, Gentleman, b. 1916; Charles Donald
Stewart-Liberty, Gentleman, b. 1917; Susan; Jane; and
Faith. Res. — Lee Manor, The Lee, Bucks. ; 25 Great
Marlborough Street, W.i. Club — New University.

STEWART-MACKENZIE of Seaforth (L.O., T890).
Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, a stag's head caboshed or
(Mackenzie of Seaforth and Kintail) ; 2 and 3, or, a fesse
chequy azure and argent, surmounted of a bend engrailed
gules, within a double tressure flory counterflory of the
last (Stewart, Earl of Galloway). Mantling azure and
or. Crests — 1. on a wreath of his liveries, on the dexter
side, a mountain in flames proper (Mackenzie) ; 2. on a
wreath of his liveries, a pelican in her piety proper (Stewart).
Supporters— On the dexter a savage wreathed about the
head and middle with laurel, holding in his exterior hand a
baton erect on his shoulder burning at the end, his hair
inflamed also proper ; on the sinister, a greyhound proper.
Mottoes — ' ' Luceo non uro " ; " Virescit vulnere virtus. ' '
Only son of the late Keith William Stewart-Mackenzie,
J.P. , D.L. , by his first wife Hannah Charlotte, d. of
the late J. J. Hope-Vere : —

The late Rt. Hon. James Alexander Francis Humberston
Stewart-Mackenzie, Baron Seaforth (cr. 1921), F.R.G.S.,
J. P., D.L. , and Vice-Lieut, for Ross and Cromarty, late
Comdg. 9th Lancers, representing the former Earls of Sea-
forth (cr. 1797, extinct 1815), b. 1847: d. 1923; m. 1899,
Mary, only d. of E. Steinkopff of Lyndhurst, Hayward's
Heath. Seat— Brahan Castle, Conon Bridge, co. Ross, N. B.
Town res. — 47 Berkeley Square, London, W.

STEWART-MURRAY (L.O., 1865). Quarterly, first
and fourth grand quarters, quarterly, 1 and 4, paly of six or
and sable (the ancient Earldom of Atholl) ; 2 and 3, or, a
fesse chequy azure and argent (Stewart) ; second grand
quarter, azure, three mullets argent within a double tressure
flory counterflory or (Murray) ; third grand quarter, quar-
terly, 1. argent, on a bend azure, three bucks' heads
caboshed or (Stanley) ; 2. gules, three legs in armour
proper, garnished and spurred or, conjoined in triangle at
the upper part of the thigh (for the Isle of Man, as Lord
thereof) ; 3. or, on a chief indented azure, three plates
(Latham); 4. gules, two lions passant in pale argent
(Strange); fourth grand quarter, 1 and 4, or, a lion ram-
pant azure; 2 and 3, azure, five fusils in fesse or (both for
Percy). Mantling gules, doubled ermine. Crest — On a
wreath of his liveries, a demi-savage proper, holding in
his right hand a dagger proper, pommel and hilt or, and
in his left hand a key of the last. Supporters — Dexter, a
savage proper, wreathed about the head and waist vert,
his feet in fetters of iron, the chain held up by his right
hand also proper ; sinister, a lion gules, gorged with a plain
collar azure, thereon three mullets argent. Motto — " Furth
fortune and fill the fetters."

Eldest surv. son of The Most Noble Sir John James
Hugh Henry Stewart-Murray, 7th Duke of Atholl,
K.T., Lord-Lieutenant and Hereditary Sheriff of Perth-
shire, and President of the Terr. Force Assoc. ;
Chancellor of the Order of the Thistle, Hon. Col. 3rd
Batt. the Black Watch, late Lieut, and Capt. Scots
Fus. Gds., b. 1840; d. 1917 ; m. 1863, Louisa (d. 1902),
eldest d. of Sir Thomas Moncreiffe, 7th Bart. : —
The Most Noble Sir John George Stewart-Murray,
K.T., P.C., G.C.V.O., C.B., D.S.O., 8th Duke of Atholl
(30 June 1703), Marquess and Earl of Atholl, Marquess
and Earl of Tullibardine, Earl of Strathtay and Strath-
ardle, Viscount Glenalmond, Balquhidder, and Glenlyon,
Baron Murray of Tullibardine, Lord Murray, Balvenie,
and Gask, in Scotland; Baron Strange of Knockyn, in
England ; Earl Strange, Baron Percy, and Baron Murray
of Stanley, co. Gloucester, in Great Britain ; Baron
Glenlyon of Glenlyon, in the United Kingdom ; Lord-
Lieut. Perthshire, Pres. Perthshire Terr. Force Assoc, M.P.
for W. Perthshire 1910-16, Lord High Commissioner Gen.
Assembly of Church of Scotland 191 8-19-20, Lord
Chamberlain to the Household 1921-22, Hon. Brig.-Gen.
(ret.) T.A., late Capt. and Brev.-Major Royal Horse Gds. r
Lieut.-Col. Comdt. and Hon. Col. Scottish Horse Yeo.,
served in the Soudan 1898, in S. Africa 1899-1902, and
Great War (desp., C.B.), b. 1871 ; m 1899, Katharine
Marjory, D.B.E., LL.D., J.P. Perthshire, M.P. Kinross,
and W. Div. of Perth since 1923, Pari. Sec. Board of
Education since 1924, fourth d. of Sir James Henry Ramsay,
10th Bart., of Banff. Seats— Blair Castle, Blair Atholl;
Dunkeld House, Dunkeld, Perthshire. Town res. — 98 Elm
Park Gardens, S.W. Clubs— Carlton, Naval and Military,
Caledonian, New (Edinburgh).

J.P. for co. Perth, late Hon. Major 3rd Batt. R.H. Born
Nov. 14, 1856, being the only son of James Stewart- Robert-
son, Esq. , D. L. and J. P. , of Edradynate, in the co. of Perth,
by his wife Mary Jane, dau. of Robert Cunninghame of
Balanorris, Isle of Man. Armorial hearings (L.O., 1885)—
Quarterly, first and fonrth grand quarters, counterquartered,
1 and 4, or, a fess chequy azure and argent, in chief a label of
three points gules ; 2 and 3, azure, three garbs or (Stewart) ;
second grand quarter, gules, three wolves' heads erased ar-
gent, armed and langued azure, in chief a crescent of the
second for difference (Robertson); third grand quarter ar-
gent , a shake-fork sable, between three roses gules (Cunning-
hame). Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his
degree, with a Mantling gules and argent. Crests— On the
dexter side a griffin passant proper ; with the Motto, "Never
unprepared " (Stewart) ; on the sinister side an arm erect, the
hand holding an imperial crown proper; with the Motto,
" Virtutis gloria merces" (Robertson). Livery— Blue,
bordered with yellow. Married, Sept. n, 1880, Janet
Beatrice, dau. of Thomas William Murray Allan, Esq.,
DL., J.P. of Glenfeochan, Argyllshire; and has Issue—
Dorothy Campbell. Estates— Edradynate, Cluny, and
Colquhalzie, all in the co. of Perth. Seat— Edradynate,
Strathtay, Perthshire. Club— New (Edinburgh). |






STIFFE (H. Coll.). Per chevron raguly azure and or,
in chief two estoiles of the last and in base as many spears
in saltire, banded together with a ribband gules. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
eagle rising or, winged semee of estoiles azure, in the beak
a billet also azure. Motto — " Recte et firme."

Sons of Arthur William Stiffe, Esq., late Lieut. Indian
Navy and Capt Roy. Indian Marine, b. 1831 ; m. 1863,
Henrietta, d. of John Stone, Esq., J. P. and D. L.
Bucks. : —
Archibald Francis Everitt, Esq., Major R,A. , b. 1867.

Norman Cecil Everitt, Gentleman, Indian Civil Service,
b. 1872. Res. —

Sons of Charles Everitt (Stiffe), M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1849;
m. 1890: —
John Everitt, Gentleman, b. 1896.
James Everitt, Gentleman, b. 1898. Res. —

STILES (L.O.). Sable, a fess or fretty gules, between
two fleurs-de-lys in chief, and in base a water-bouget of
the second, accompanied by two bezants. Mantling
sable, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries,
a wolf's head erased sable, collared or, armed and langued
gules. Motto — " Quid vult, valde vult."
Son of Henry Stiles, Esq., J. P., M.D.: —

Sir Harold Jalland Stiles, K.B.E., M.B., F.R.C.S.
(Edin.), Hon. D.Sc. Leeds, Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh and
St. Andrew's, temp. Col. R.A.M.C, Hon. Surg, to the
King in Scotland, Hon. F.R.C.S. I., b. 1863 ; m. 1889,
Cecilia Norton, d. of David Law, Glasgow, and has
ssue — Dorothy [m. 1917, Capt. S. G. Rome, late Argyll
and Sutherland Highlanders]. Res. — Whatton Lodge,
Gullane, East Lothian. Clubs — Savile, Athenaeum,

STILGOE (Ped. H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron cottised
gules, between three falchions (or curtilaxes) proper, hilts
and pommels or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —

On a wreath of the colours, an arm embowed proper,
holding in the hand a falchion (or curtilaxe)as in the arms,
and tied at the elbow with a ribbon gules. Motto — " Malo
mori quam foedari." [Proved "user" of arms, and ped.
regd. at H.Coll. since 1668.]

Sons of Zachariah Walden Stilgoe, Gentleman, of
Adderbury, co. Oxford, b. 1829; d. 1878; m. 1857,
Ann Biggs, d. of William Denchfield of Burston
House, nr Aylesbury, Bucks. : —

Hugh William Stilgoe, Esq., J. P. Oxfordshire, b. 1861 ;
m. 1897, Mary Margaret, d. of late Rev. Edward William
Cory, M.A. , Vicar of Meldreth, Cambs., and Rural Dean ;
and has issue — Hugh Cory Stilgoe, Gentleman, B.A.
(Oxon.), b. 1901. Res.— The Grounds, Adderbury, nr.

Henry Edward Stilgoe, Gentleman, of Deddington, co.
Oxford, M. Inst. C.E.,b. 1867; m. 1895, Henrietta Stitt, d. of
late Archibald Cleland Tweedie, City Treas. of Liverpool ;
and has issue — John Henry Tweedie Stilgoe, Gentleman,
Sub.-Lieut. R.N. , b. 1907; Vera Frances; and Elizabeth
Denchfield. Res. — Braemar, Kersfield Road, Putney. Club
— St. Stephen's.

Wilfred Hamilton Stilgoe, Gentleman, Solicitor, b. 1870;
nt. 1899, Margaret Hope, yr. d. of late Sir James Kirk-
patrick of Closeburn, Bart. ; and has issue — Roger Kirk-
patrick Stilgoe, Gentleman, b. 1904. Res. — 22 Conduit
Street, W. Club— White's.

Son of late Nathaniel Page Stilgoe of Adderbury,
Gentleman, b. 1852; d. 1894; m. 1876, Betsey Anne,
d. of Matthew Savidge of Sarsden, Oxford : —

Nathaniel Gordon Stilgoe, Gentleman, £. 1892; m. 1920,
Jessie, d. of T. W. Thomas, of Romford. Res.— Walton-

STILL [temp. Eliz., Ped. H. Coll.). Sable, gutte^d'eau,
three roses argent. Mantling sable and argent. Crest —

On a wreath of the colours, a kingfisher proper. Motto
— "Tempus et patientia. " Livery — Dark blue.

Son of James Charles Still, Esq., Capt. 3rd Dragoon

Guards, b. 1830; d. 1902; m. i860, Eliza Margaret,

only d. of Joseph Gundry, Esq., J. P. and D. L., of The

Hyde, nr. Bridport, Dorset : —

Charles John Gundry Still, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; m. 1st,

1887, Sybil (d. 1909), d. of John Hardy; 2nd, 1910, Bertha

Jane Muriel Steuart, widow of Claude Steuart and d. of

Frederick Hill, M.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. Clubs— Marylebone

C.C. , Royal North Devon Golf.

Son of Rev. Canon John Still, M.A. (Camb. ), Hon.
Canon of Norwich. R.D. of Humbleyard, Rector of
Hethersett and Vicar of Ketteringham, b. 1845 ■ m -
1876, Anna Elizabeth, d. of William Nitrill : —
John Still, Gentleman, b. 1880. Res. —
Son of Robert Still, b. 1808 ; d. 1875 ; m. 1840, Laura
Frances, d. of Ralph Price: —
Ernest Robert Still, Gentleman, M.A. , b. 1852; m. 1878,
Amy Gordon, d. of Charles Churchill of Weybridge Park,
Surrey ; and has issue — Francis Churchill Still, Esq., Capt.
late R.G.A., *. 1880 \m. 1907, Hon. Margaret Burdett, d.
of 5th Baron Latymer (Res. — 45 Phillimore Gardens,
Kensington, W.8)] ; Violet Amy ; Laura Avice ; and
Marjorie Ellen. Address — 5 New Square, Lincoln's Inn,
W.C. Club— Oxford and Cambridge.

Plate XIX.








STILWELL (H. Coll., 4 Oct. 1858). Argent, a bend
nebuly azure, between three escutcheons of the last, each
charged with an escallop of the first. Mantling azure and

argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon water,
-swan proper, holding in the beak an anchor or. Motto—
" Hold fast." Livery — White, green facings, brass buttons.
Son of Geoffrey Holt Stilwell, Esq., M.A. Oxford,
Lt.-Col. (V.D.) 4th Batt. Hampshire Regt. (ret.), b.
1865 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1893, Elizabeth Grant, d. of late
Charles Grant Tindal of Fir Grove, Eversley : —
John Grant Stilwell. Gentleman, b. 1895. Res.— Hilfield,
Yateley, Hants.

Yngr. sonsof John Pakenham Stilwell, Esq., J. P. of Hil-
field, Yateley, Hants., b. 1832; d. 1921 ; m. i860,
Georgina Elizabeth (d. 1916), only child of William
Stevens, Esq., J. P., of Hilfield, Yateley, Hants. :—
John Bernard Lethbridge Stilwell, Esq., Lt.-Col. (ret.),
4th Batt. Hampshire Regt., b. 1873 ; m. 1905, Maude Julia
Ayerst, d. of Fendall Currie, Bengal Cav. ; and has issue —
Nancy Maude ; and Elizabeth Byron. Res. — Townfield,
Dorking, Surrey.

William Byron Stilwell, Esq., D.S.O. , Lt.-Col. 4th Batt.
Hants. Regt., b. 1880; m. 1910, Blanche, only d. of late
William Lipscomb of Beech Lawn, Heath, York ; and has
j SSU e— Godfrey William Stilwell, Gentleman, b. ; and

Katherine Blanche. Res. — Heath House, Finchampstead,

Son of Henry Stilwell, Esq., J. P. co. Dorset (High
Sheriff 1906) [Livery — Blue, white facings, silver but-
tons], b. 1834; d. 1913; m. 1st, 1862, Mary de S. L.
\d. 1901), eld. d. of Capt. S. Meredith, R.N. :—
Major Charles Henry Stilwell, Reserve of Officers, late
3rd Batt. (Mil.) Wilts. Regt., b. 1868 ; m. 1899, Alice Peel,
ygst. d. of Rev. W. Brocklesby Davies, Vicar of Rams-
bury, Wilts. Seat — Stafford House, Dorchester, Dorset.


STIRLING of Glorat (L.O. , circa 1672-7, and rematric.
20 June 1913). Argent, on a bend engrailed azure, between
two roses gules, barbed vert, three buckles or, on a chief
of the third, a naked arm issuing out of a cloud from the
sinister side grasping a sword in pale and therewith guard-
ing an imperial crown placed in the dexter chief point
proper, all within a double tressure flory counterflory of
thistles vert. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On
a wreath of his liveries, a lion passant gules. Motto—
"Semper fidelis." Supporters— Two heroes in armour,

their faces and legs from the knees downwards naked.
Livery — Dark blue, silver buttons.

Son of Sir Charles Elphinstone Fleming Stirling, 8th
Bart., J. P., D.L., b. 1831 ; d. 1910; m. 1867, Anne
Georgina, d. of James Murray of 16 Byranston Square: —
Sir George Murray Home Stirling, 9th Bart. (30 April
1666), C.B.E., D.S.O., J. P., D.L. co. Stirling, D.L. co.
Dumbarton, Keeper of Dumbarton Castle, Col. (ret.) late
1st Batt. Essex Regt., Col. comded. 9th Argyll and Suther-
land Highlanders (T.A.) 1924-28, Member of the King's
Body Guard for Scotland (Royal Company of Archers),
served through the Chitral Campaign 1895, the Tirah
Campaign 1897-8, in S. Africa 1900-2, in Somaliland
1903-4, and Great War 1915-18, b. 1869; m. 1904,
Mabel Elizabeth, d. of Col. Sir Alexander Sprot, C.M.G.,
1st Bart., of Garnkirk, co. Lanark; and has issue —
Charles Alexander Sprot Home Stirling, Esq., b. 1910 ;
George Archibald Mungo Stirling, Esq.,*. 1915 ; Elizabeth
Gloriana ; Jean Margaret ; and Marjorie Marigold Anne.
Seat — Glorat, Milton of Campsie, Stirlingshire. Clubs —
Army and Navy, R.S.A.C, New (Edinburgh), Stirling

STIRLING of Keir and Cawder (L.O., c. 1672-7;
rematric. 1903). Argent, on a bend sable, three buckles or.
Mantling sable, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of

his liveries, a Moor's head couped proper. Motto — " Gang
forward." Supporters— Two greyhounds argent, collared

Sons of Sir William Stirling-Maxwell, 9th Bart., K.T.

b. 1818; d. 1878; m. 1st, Anna Maria, d. of David,

8th Earl of Leven : —
Sir John Maxwell Stirling-Maxwell, 10th Bart. (27 March
1707) who bears the arms of Maxwell of Pollok
(matric. 1696, but which have not been rematric. since the
assumption of the name of Maxwell), D.L. cos. Renfrew and
Inverness, and for the co. of the City of Glasgow, Vice-
Pres. of Univer. Coll. Hospital, a Trustee of the Wallace
Collection and of National Galleries of Scotland, Hon.
Col. 7th Batt. Scottish Rifles, M.P. for Glasgow College
Div. 1895-1906, B.A. (Camb. ), Hon. LL.D. (Glasgow!,
b. 1866; m. 1901, Ann Christian, eld. d. of Rt. Hon. Sir
Herbert Eustace Maxwell, P.C., MP. ; and has issue —
Anne. Seat — Pollok House, Refrewshire. Clubs — Carlton,
White's, Bachelors'.

Archibald Stirling of Keir, Esq., Col. and Hon. Brig. -Gen.,
served Scots Gds. S. Africa 1889-1903, Sudan (Medal), and





Great War, comdg. Highland Mounted Bde. Gallipoli, 1915,
2nd Dismounted Bde. 1916 (desp. twice), M.P. West
Perthshire, 1917-19, D.L.,cos. Perth. Stirling, and Lanark
[Arms of Stirling of Keir matriculated to him as above,
with the supporters, 1903], b 1867 ; m. 1910, Hon. Mar-
garet Fraser, O.B.E., d. of 13th Baron Lovat ; and has
issue — (1) William Joseph Stirling, Gentleman, b. 1911;
(2) Peter John Stirling, Gentleman, b. 1913; (3) David
Archibald Stirling, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; (4) Hugh Joseph
Stirling, Gentleman, b. 1917; Margaret Elizabeth Mary;
and Irene Katharine Teresa. Seats — Keir, Dunblane, Perth-
shire ; Cawder, Lanarkshire.

Stirling of Kippendavie (rematric. 1883), John Alexander
Stirling {q.v. ).

STIRLING of Faskine (L.O., 1798). Argent, on a
bend engrailed azure, between two roses gules, seeded or,
barbed vert, three buckles of the fourth, all within a
bordure of the fifth. Crest — A dexter armed arm issuing
out of a ducal coronet grasping a dagger in fesse all proper,
the last hilted and pommelled or. Supporters — Two
hinds purpure, senile of estoiles argent, ducally gorged or.
Motto — " Gang Forward."

Second son of Sir Walter George Stirling, 2nd Bart. ,

J. P. and D.L. for Kent and Middlesex, b. 1802; d.

1888 ; m. 1835, Caroline Frances (d. 1898), d. of 1st Earl

of Strafford, G.C.B. :—
Sir (Walter) George Stirling, 3rd Bart. (15 Dec. 1800),
late Capt. R.H.A., and Hon. Col. Kent R.F.Res. Art.,
A.D.C. to Earl Spencer when Lord-Lieut, of Ireland 1869-74,
and formerly Gov. to H.R.H. Prince Leopold, subsequently
an Extra Groom-in- Waiting to Queen Victoria, 1866-1901,
J.P. for Northampton and Kent, b. 1839; m. 1st, 1875,
Elizabeth Horatia Frederica V. A. (d. 1896), d. of Frederick
Charles Henry Seymour, and widow of 3rd Vise. Clifden ;
2nd, 1903, Emily Frances (who obtained a divorce, 1909),
d. of William F. Ramsay, and widow of 2nd Baron de L' Isle
and Dudley ; and has surv. issue (by 1st marriage)— Evelyn
Mary Caroline Lilah [m. 1903, Frank Labouchere]. Res.
— 50 Lennox Gardens, S.W. Clubs — Wellington, Army
and Navy.

STIRLING (H. Coll.). Or, three round buckles in bend
between two bendlets, all between as many swans' heads
erased azure. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a lion statant or, charged on the
body with two estoiles in fesse azure, and resting the dexter
paw on a buckle as in the arms. Motto — "Tenax."

Only son of Rt. Hon. Sir James Stirling, P.C., Knt.

Bach., F.R.S., Hon. LL.D. Aberdeen, M.A. Trin. Coll.,

Camb. , a Lord Justice of Appeal, b. 1836; d. ;

m. 1868, Aby, eldest dau. of John Thomson Renton of

Bradstone Brook, Shalford, Surrey: —
James Irvine Stirling, Esq., Barr.-at-Law (Lincoln's Inn),
b. 1869. Address — Little Glassenbury, Cranbrook, Kent ;
23 Old Buildings, Lincoln's Inn.

Son of Hugh Stirling, Gentleman, b. 1843 '• d - 1 9 oS I

m. : —

Archibald William Stirling, Gentleman, Solicitor, b.

. Postal add.— Messrs. Betteley, Smith and Stirling, s
Clement's Inn, W.C.

Lt.-Col. Res. of Officers, late Scots Guards, served Great
War, 1914-18 (despatches, M.C., D.S.O., Croix de Guerre,
Legion of Honour). Born Sept. 20, 1881, being the
eldest son of the late Lieut.-Col. Patrick Stirling of Kip-
pendavie and Kippenross, by his wife Margaret Mary,
eldest dau. of Rear-Admiral John Leith. Armorial hear-
ings—Argent, on a bend sable, three buckles of the first, in
chief a crescent of the second. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of his liveries, a Moor's
head sable, banded about the temples argent. Motto —
"Gang forward." Married 1st, 1904 (div. 1909), Clara
Elizabeth, d. of Charles Henry Taylor, of Washington,
U.S.A. ; and has issue— Patrick Stirling, Gentleman, b.
1907; 2nd, 1914, Olive Louisa Blanche (div. 1919), d. of
Sir John Leslie, Bt. ; 3rd, 1923, Gertrude Lilian, d. of the
late Comdr. William Sherbrooke, R.N., and widow of 9th
Earl of Elgin and Kincardine. Seat— Kippenross, nr.
Dunblane. Res.— Cauldhame, Dunblane ; Ormeley Lodge,
Ham Common, Surrey. Clubs— Guards', Arthur's.

STITT (H. Coll., 31 March 1913). Per pale argent and
sable, on a chevron between three fieurs-de-lys flowering
a fer-de-moline fessewise all counterchanged. Crest— On

a wreath argent and gules, issuant from a mount vert, a



dexter cubit arm erect in armour proper, the hand grasping:
a fer-de-moline sable. Motto — ' ' Sine labe decus."

Son of John Johnson Stitt, Esq., J.P. of Liverpool,
b. 1826; d. 1889; m. 1850, Mary Elizabeth, d. of
James Carlton of Irwell House, Manchester: —
James Carlton Stitt, Esq., J. P., b. 1851 ; m. 1878, Mary
Anne (d. 1925), d. of Aaron Brown ; and has issue — (ohn
Carlton Stitt, Esq., T.D., Lt.-Col. R.G.A., T.F. (ret.),/'.
1879 [m. 1912, Rachel Harvey]; Marjory Napier, and
Dorothy Heslop. Res. — Kirkside, Croxteth Gate, Liver-
pool, S. Clubs — Reform (Liverpool), Exchange (Liverpool),
University (Liverpool).

STOCK (H. Coll.). Argent, on a pile azure, between
two flowers of the cotton-tree slipped proper, a hawk rising
argent, belled or. Mantling azure and argent. Crest—
Upon a wreath of the colours, a gauntlet fessewise or,
thereon a hawk azure, holding in the beak an annulet
also or. Motto — " Celeriter et audacter."

Son of James Henry Stock, Esq., Capt. Lancashire

Hussars Yeo. Cav., Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple),

M.P. for Walton Division of Liverpool, 6. 1855 ; in.

1880, May Sadina (/to.— Stoats Hill, Uley, Dursley,

Glos.), d. of the late Rt. Hon. Arthur MacMurrough

Kavanagh, P.C., Lord-Lieut, of co. Carlow: —

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