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escutcheon of pretence the arms of Lawson, namely : —

Paly of four gules and vert, on a chevron or, three

cinquefoils azure, and on a chief of the third an ogress,

charged with a demi-lion rampant argent between

two crescents sable], b. 1870 ; assumed by Deed Poll,

1914, the additional surname of Lawson ; m. 1912,

Margery Elinor, J. P., eld. d. and co-heir of the late

Andrew S. Lawson, of Aldborough Manor; and

has issue — Andrew Thomas Lawson-Tancred, Esq., b.

1914 ; Henry Lawson-Tancred, Esq., and Christopher

Lawson-Tancred, Esq. (twins), b. 1924; Elinor Mary ;

and Pauline. Seat — Aldborough Manor, Boroughbridge,

Yorks. Clubs — Junior United Service, Yorkshire (York).

Son of Clement William Tancred, Esq. (4th son

of 7th Bart. — see below), b. 1853 ; d. 1888 ; m. 1878,

Alice Maude, d. of Oswald Bloxsome, formerly of

The Rangers, Sydney, N.S.W. : —

Christopher Humphrey Tancred, Esq., O.B.E., Flt.-

Lieut. R.A.F., b. 1888 ; m. 1st, 1915, Gladys Winifred

(who obtained a divorce 1923), d. of Robert Chandler;

2nd, 1927, Margery, d. of Samuel Henry Slater, Esq.,

C.M.G., CLE, I.C.S. Postal address— Whyte Ladies,

Letchworth, Herts.

Sons of Sir Thomas Tancred, 7th Bart., b. 1808 ; d.
18&0 ; m. 1839, Jane, d. of Prideaux John Selby,
F.R.S.E., F.L.S., of Twizel House, Northumber-
land : —
Henry George Tancred Esq., b. 1858 ; m. 1st, 1881,
Emily Alicia (d. 1907), d. of the late Maj. Slingsby Bell
of Napier, N.Z. ; 2nd, 1908, Rosie Elphinstone, d. of
Maj. Slingsby Bell, and widow of H. A. Warren ; and
has issue (by 1st wife) — Bertram Selby Tancred, Gentle-
man, b. 1895 [m. 1924, Elsa, d. of A. V. Sims ; and has
issue — Rex Selby Assheton Tancred, Gentleman, b.
1925] ; four daus. Res. — Westown, New Plymouth,
New Zealand.

TANGYE of Birmingham (H. Coll., 1912). Per chevron
gules and ermine, in chief two keys erect or, all within a
bordure sable, charged with eight bezants. Mantling' gules
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a delf
sable, charged with an escallop or, between two bezants,
and perched thereon a falcon close proper, belled gold.
Motto — " Ne tentes aut perfice. "

Eldest son of Sir Richard Tangye, Knight, of Glen-
dorgal, St. Columb Minor, Cornwall, and Coombe
Bank, Kingston-on-Thames, F. R.G.S. , J. P. cos. Corn-
wall and Warwick, and for City of Birmingham, b.
1833 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1859, Caroline, d. of Thomas
Jesper: —
Sir (Harold) Lincoln Tangye, 1st Bart. (1912) of Glen-
dorgal, St. Columb Minor, co. Cornwall, J. P. Warwickshire
and Smethwick, M.I.Mech.E., F.R.G.S., Deputy Chair-
man of Tangyes Ltd., b. 1866; m. 1st, 1889, Annie
Gilzean [d. 1923), eldest d. of the late Sir Hugh Gilzean-
Reid, LL.D., D.L., of Middlesborough, Yorks. ; 2nd,
1923, Florence Phoebe, d. of the late Loftus William
Otway of Otway Towers, Bushey Heath, and 13 Gros-
venor Square, and widow of H. St. J. Thompson of
Hou Hatch, Brentwood ; and has issue (by 1st marriage) —
Richard Basil Gilzean Tangye, Esq., b. 1895 l m - IQ2 4,
Clarisse, d. of Baron V. Schosberger, of Tura, Hungary
(Res. — The Malt House, Broom, Bidford-on-Avon,
Warwick]; Marjorie Gilzean [»/. 1915, Comdr. M. F.
Robinson, M.V.O., D.S.C., RN.]; and Eileen Annie
Gilzean [m. 1913, Frederick Nichols Marcy of Buckingham
Gate.S.W.]. Clubs— Reform and Bath.




HARRY HOLMES -TARN, Esq., Major (retired)
King's Roy. Rifle Corps, late 2nd Lieut. 13th Hussars.

Born 1871, son of late William Tarn of Fan Court, Surrey,
by his wife Frances, d. of Charles Arthy. Armorial
bearings (L.O. , 1901) — Parted per saltire or and gules,
two terns naiant in tarns or lochs undy proper, one
in chief and one in base. Mantling gules, doubled or.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, on a garb fessewise, a
raven all proper ; and on an escrol over the same this Motto,
" Viret in asternum." Married, 1895, Nora Adelgunde,
youngest dau. of Henry Martini, K.D., Consul for Den-
mark at Glasgow ; and has Issue — (1) Donald Cuninghame
Holmes-Tarn, Gentleman, b. April 23, 1896; d. 1905; (2)

Kenneth Archibald Holmes-Tarn, Gentleman, b. Feb. 11,
1898; (3) Alastair Roderick Holmes-Tarn, Gentleman, b.
April 26, 191 1. Res. — Monboddo House, Fordoun, Scot-
land. Club— Cavalry.

M.V.O., J.P. and D.L. forco. of Middlesex, Knight ofGrace
of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in
England, Lord of the Manor of Cranfield, co. Bedford, Com-
mander Royal Navy, Hon. Equerry to H. R. H. the Duchess of
Albany. Born May 16, 1862, being the only son of the
late Admiral Sir J. Walter Tarleton, Knight Commander
of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, and Aide-
de-Camp, by his wife Finetta Esther, third daughter of
Thomas Robert Dimsdale, 4th Baron Dimsdale, of Cam-
field Place, co. Hertford. Armorial bearings— Quarterly,
1 and 4, gules, a chevron erminois between three cinquefoils
or (for Tarleton) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a fesse dancettee,
between three mullets azure, as many bezants (for Dims-
dale, 1769), and on an escutcheon of pretence the arms of
Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, namely, quarterly, 1 and 4, azure
a fesse dancettee between ten billets or, four in chief and
six in base, three, two, and one (for D'Eyncourt) ; 2 and 3
gules, three leopards' faces or, jessant-de-lys azure, over all
a bend of the last (for Tennyson). Crest— On a wreath of
the colours, a mural crown, thereon a leopard's face, all
between two ostrich feathers proper. Motto— " Post nubila
phoebus." Livery — Dark blue, with silver buttons, and blue
and white striped waistcoat ; and for full dress, with white
piping, black stockings, and silver braid. Married,
February 8, 1888, Henrietta Charlotte, only child and
heiress of the late Admiral Tennyson-d'Eyncourt, Com-




panionof the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, of Bayons
Manor, in the co. of Lincoln, by his wife Henrietta, com-
monly known as Lady Henrietta, fourth and youngest dau. of
the Most Noble Sir Henry Pelham-Clinton, the fourth Duke
of Newcastle, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter ;
and died 1921, leaving Issue— Vreda. Henrietta; Vera Con-
stance; and Helen Maud. Estates— Breakspears.Uxbridge ;
Cranfield, co. Bedford ; The Tarleton Estate, Brockley, S. E. ,
London. Seat— Breakspea^s, Uxbridge.

TARLETON of Killeigh (U.O.). Or, on a bend gules,
a fleur-de-lys between two lozenges of the field. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a dragon's head erased vert, collared and chained or.
Motto — " Pro fide, rego, et patria pugno."

Sons of John William Tarleton of Killeigh, b. 1833;
d. 1896; m. 1874, Isabella Sarah, yr. d. of Francis
Moony Euraght-Moony of The Doon, King's Co. : —
Capt. John William Francis Tarleton, Inniskilling Dra-
goons, b. 1875. Seat — The Abbey, Killeigh, King's Co.

Francis Rowland Tarleton, Esq., D.S.O. , Lieut. -Col.
(ret. ) The Black Watch, served S. Africa 1901-2 (Queen's
Medal, 4 clasps), Somaliland 1909-10, Great War 1914-18
(Legion of Honour, Croix de Guerre), b. 1877; m. 1921,
Jeanette Alice, d. of the late Charles Schiff, of Lowndes
Square, S. W. Res. — Redlynch House, Redlynch, Wilts.
Clubs — Naval and Military, Kildare Street (Dublin).

TATE (H. Coll., 1898). Ermine, on a pale invected
azure, between four Cornish choughs proper, two roses
argent. Mantling azure and argent. CreBt— On a wreath
of the colours, a dexter arm embowed vested azure, cuffed
or, the arm charged with two roses argent, the hand holding
a pine-apple erect slipped and two ears of wheat saltire-
wise all proper. Motto — ' ' Thincke and Thancke."

Sons of Sir William Henry Tate, 2nd Bart. , J. P. , D. L.

Lanes., b. 1842; d. 1921 ; m. 1863, Caroline Hill

Rigby, adopted d. of the late John Glasgow of Old

Trafford, Manchester: —
Sir Ernest William Tate, 3rd Bart. (27 June, 1898),
Major (ret.) Yeo., J.P,, D.L., and (1919) High Sheriff co.
Denbigh, b. 1867 ; m. 1892, Mildred Mary, d. of Frederick
Herbert Gossage of Camp Hill, Woolton, Liverpool; and
has issue — Henry Tate, Esq., Lieut. Gren, Gds., b. 1902
[m. 1927, Nairne, d. of the late Saxon Gregson-Ellis] ;
Mildred Mary \m. 1922, H. W. Robinson of Moorwood,
Cirencester]; and Joan [w. 1924, Lt.-Col. R. C. Lloyd,
D.S.O., M.C., T.D., of Trefnant, co. Denbigh]. Seat—
Galltfaenan, Treforant, co. Denbigh. Club — Jun. Carlton.
Alfred Herbert Tate, Esq., b. 1872; m. 1910, Elsie
Louise Vincent, only d. of Louis William Jelf- Petit, Esq,

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J. P., of Bodhyfrid, Llanrwst, N. Wales,
Louis William Tate, Gentleman, b. 19 n

and has issue —
Francis Herbert

Tate, Gentleman, b. 1913; John Frederick Peter Tate,
Gentleman, b. 1923. Res. — Chaleshurst, Chiddingfold,

Sons of Alfred Tate, Esq., b. 1845; d. 1913; m. 1874,
Blanche, d. of Robert Hutton of Liverpool : —
Alfred Leonard Tate, Gentleman, late Lieut. 16th Lan-
cers, b. 1881.

Eric Dean Tate, Gentleman, b. 1889.

Sons of Henry Tate, Esq. (son of Sir Henry Tate,
1st Bart. — see below), b. 1853; d. 1902; m. 1882,
Grace, d. of John Burton of Streatham : —
Henry Burton Tate, Esq.. Capt, Warwick Yeo., late
Lieut. 4th Batt. Durham L.I., b. 1883; m. 1st, 1909, Ida
Gwendolen (div. 1925), only child of Robin Legge of
Chelsea ; and has issue — (1) Anthony Henry Tate, Gentle-
man, b. 1910; (2) Robin David Tate, Gentleman, b.
1913 ; m. 2nd, 1925, Maybird Constance, d. of Guy
Weir Hogg. Res. — Billesley Manor, Alcester, co. Warwick.
Arthur Wignall Tate, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. late 3rd
Batt. The Black Watch, served Great War (desp. twice,
D. S.O. , Croix de Guerre), b. 1888 ; m. 1910, Violet
Elaine, only child of F. W. Few, late of Knightsbridge ;
and has issue — Monica. Res. — Lenwade House, Great
Witchingham, Norwich. Clubs — Army and Navy, Con-

Yngst. son of Sir Henry Tate, 1st Bart., b. 1819 ;
d. 1899; m. 1st, 1841, Jane, d. of John Wignall, of
Aughton, Lanes. : —
George Booth Tate. Esq., b. 1857; m. 1884, Edith
Katharine, d. of James Walker Yates of Ashton-on-Mersey,
Cheshire ; and has issue — (1) Kenneth Wylie Tate, Gentle-
man, b. 1885 ; (2) Gerald Ainslie Tate, Gentleman, b.
1889; (3) George Vernon Tate, Esq., M.C., Capt: late 1st
Batt. Middx. Regt. , served Great War 1914-19, b. 1890
[m. 1922, Evelyn Victoria, d. of Walter Robert Chandler,
Esq., D.L., and widow of Arthur Roy Stock; and has
issue — Pamela Aloysia {Res. — 52 Cadogan Square, S.W.] ;
and Jane Marjorie \m. 1922, Redvers Arthur Oldham].
Res. — Bere Court, Pangbourne, Berks.

TATE or TAIT (L.O. ) Argent, a saltire gules, charged
with five horseshoes of the field, on a chief engrailed of the
second, a dragon passant or. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a unicorn
salient argent, winged, armed, crined and unguled or.
Motto — " Deus decorem det. ''
Son of : —

James Charles Tate, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Tate of Tait (matric. L.O.). Arms as above, but the
chief invected. Crest and Motto as above.
Son of : —

Robert Franklin Tate, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

TATA of Bombay (H. Coll.). Per chevron azure and pean,
issuing from the chief a demi-sun in splendour or, and in base
a farohar (a Persian symbol) argent. Mantling azure
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter cubit
arm couped and erect, vested argent, holding in the hand
a bundle of rods or.

Son of Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata of Esplanade House,
Bombay : —

Sir Dorabji Jamsetji Tata, Knt. Bach., J*. P. , b. 1859 ; *».
1898, Mehrbai, d. of H. J. Bhabha, Insp.-Gen. of Educa-
tion. Res. — Esplanade House, Bombay ; Gladhurst,

TATEM (H. Coll.). Gyronny of six azure and argent,
two garbs in fesse ermine, between in chief an escallop
gules, and in base an anchor cabled or. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cubit
arm, vested azure, cuffed argent, holding in the hand a
telescope in bend sinister proper. Supporters — On either
side a sea-horse sable bezantee, gorged with a mercantile
crown or. Motto — " Fortis si jure fortis."

Son of the late Thomas Tatem, of Appledore,
Devon : —

Rt. Hon. Sir William James Tatem, Baron Glanely
(28 June 1918), of St. Fagan's, co. Glamorgan, Bart.
(1916), J. P., LL.D., D.L., and (1911) High Sheriff co.
Glamorgan, J.P. Wilts., b. 1868 ; m. 1897, Ada Mary,
C.B.E. (1920), d. of the late Thomas Williams, of Cardiff.
Seats — Exning House, Exning, Newmarket. Town res. —
12 Hill Street, Mayfair, W. Clubs — Bath, Carlton, Junior




TAUNTON (H. Coll.).— Quarterly of twenty-five, namely,
1 and 25, or, on a chevron cottised gules, between three
Cornish choughs proper, five lozenges of the field (for Taun-

lion rampant within an orle of eight escallops or (for
Hender) ; 5. argent, a lion rampant gules, within a bordure
engrailed sable, charged with eight bezants (for Cornwall) ;

ton, Feb. 8, 1886) ; 2. argent, on a chief sable, three Moors'
heads or, wreathed gules (for Tanner) ; 3. argent, a chevron
between three escallops sable (for Tregarthyn) ; 4. azure, a

6. argent, on a bend sable, five bezants (for Chamberlayne ;

7. argent, on a chevron gules, three fleurs-de-lys or (for
Pever) ; 8. azure, a garb or, between three bezants (for





Grosvenor) ; 9. azure, a garb or (for Grosvenor) ; 10. azure,
a bend or (for Grosvenor) ; 11. argent, two chevronels gules;
on a canton of the last a cross crosslet fitchge or (for
Moberley) ; 12. azure, a stag lodged argent (for Downes) :
13. sable, a cross patonce argent (for Pulford) ; 14. azure,
three pheasants or (for Fesant) ; 15. argent, a cross pat^e
flory sable, on a canton gules, a wolfs head erased of the
field (for Pershall) ; 16. argent, a cross patee flory charged
with an escutcheon sable (for Pershall) ; 17. vert, two lions
passant in pale or (for Knighton^; 18. azure, fretty argent,
a iesse gules (for Caverswell) ; 19. azure, a chevron between
three mullets or (for Chetwynd) ; 20. gules, three pheons
argent (for Malpas) ; 21. gules, a scythe, the blade in chief
and the handle in bend sinister within a bordure argent (for
Praers) ; 22. argent, a Moor's head in profile couped at the
neck proper (for Blackenhall) ; 23. gules, two scythes in
saltire, the blades in chief argent (for Prayers) ; 24. gules,
two lions rampant combatant argent (for Winstanton).
Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, five lozenges con-
joined fessewise or, thereon a Cornish chough proper.
Motto — ' ' Virtus non stemma. "

Sons of Rev. Frederick Taunton, Vicar of Kingswood,
b. 1815 ; d. 1904 ; m. 1st, at St. Heliers, 1843, Anne
Rollo, d. of the Rev. William Garnett, Rector of Bridge-
town, Barbadoes ; 2nd, at Croydon, Surrey, 1870, Flora
Charlotte, d. of Commander-General Wild : —
William Garnett Taunton, Gentleman, b. 1851 ; m. 1891.
Eleanor Juliana, eld. d. of the late Major William Henry
De Salis, Major 95th Regt. of Foot (Sherwood Foresters) ;

and has issue — Raufe Grosvenor Taunton, Gentleman, b.
1892 ; and Hugh Lupus Taunton, Gentleman, b. 1893. Res.
— 31 Hartington Street, Derby. Clubs — Grosvenor, New

Edward Willoughby Taunton, Gentleman, B.A., b. at
Merton, co. Norfolk, 1874 ; m. , Stella Gilead Smith of

!he United States.

TATTERSALL of Benarth Hall (H. Coll., 9 Feb. 1921).
Vert, a chevron chequy or and sable, between three
doves proper, each holding in the beak a sprig of olive
of the second. Crest — On a wreath argent and vert, a
dove wings expanded standing upon two branches of
olive in saltire proper, and holding in the beak a sprig
of olive gold. Motto — " Semper idem."

Son of Cornelius Tattersall, of Altrincham, b. 1836 : —

Thomas Frederick Tattersall, Esq., J. P. cos. Chester
and Carnarvon, b, 1869. Res. — Benarth Hall, Conway,
N. Wales.

TATTON. Quarterly, argent and gules, a crescent in
each quarter counterchanged. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, a greyhound sejant argent, collared and tied by a
line gules to an oak-tree proper, fructed or. Motto—
" Crescent." Livety — Drab, scarlet collar and waistcoat.

Son of Thomas Egerton Tatton , Esq. . J. P. , of Wythen-
shawe, formerly Lieut, of Earl of Chester's Yeomanry
Cavalry, b. 1846 ; d. 1924 ; m. 1877, Essex Mary,
second d. of Col. the Hon. Thomas Grenville Chol-
mondeley : —
Robert Henry Grenville Tatton, Esq., late Capt. 3rd
Batt. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire L.I. [Arms as
above, and impaling the arms of Hamilton], b. 1883; m.
1911, Eva Maud, second d. of late Robert Pollock Hamilton
of Bray, co. Wicklow, and has issue — William Grey Maurice
Tatton, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; Christopher Tatton, Gentle-
man, b. 1922 ; Betty Catherine ; and Susan Hamilton.
Postal address —

Son of Thomas William Tatton of Wythenshawe,
J. P. and D.L., b. 1816; d. 1885; m. 1843, Harriet
Susan, eldest d. of Robert Townley Parker of Cuerden
Hall, co. Lancaster: —
Robert Grey Tatton, Gentleman, b. 1847. Res. — 2Somers
Place, W.

Sons of Reginald Arthur Tatton, Esq., of Cuerden
Hall, b. 1857; d; 1926; m. 1890, Winifred Eva, d.
of Salusbury Gillies Payne of Sandy, Beds. : —
Thomas Arthur Tatton, Esq., M.C., Capt. The Rifle
Bde., b. 1893 ; m. 1918, Muriel Charis Maye, d. of James
Palethorpe, and has issue — June Rosemary Egerton. Seat —
Cuerden Hall, Bamber Bridge, Preston.
Harry Tatton, Gentleman, b. 1896.

TAUBMAN (H. Coll., 1824). Per fesse argent and sable,
on a bend cottised between six lozenges counterchanged,
a sword, the point upwards proper, pommel and hilt or,
between four escallops also counterchanged. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an
escallop inverted argent, charged with a wolfs head erased
sable. Livery — Light drab, black facings.

Son of Sir John Senhouse Goldie Taubman of The

Nunnery, Speaker of the House of Keys, b. 1838 ; d.

1898 ; m. i860. Amelia Donald Ankerville, d. of Capt.

J. J. Grove-Ross : —

Capt. Ernest Harcourt Goldie-Taubman, D»puty-Gov.

H.M.'s Prison, Brixton, b. 1868. Seat — The Nunnery,

Isle of Man. Club — Junior United Service.

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir George Dashwood Taubman-
Goldie, P.C., K.C.M.G., F.R.S., D.C.L., LL.D.,
late R.E., founder of Nigeria (assumed the surname
of Goldie 1887), b. 1846 ; d. \ m. 1870, Maude

Catherine (d. 1898), d. of John William Elliott of
Wakefield :—
Valentine Taubman Goldie, Esq., b. 1875. ^ es - — lr
St. Albans Mansions, Kensington Court Place, W.8.



TAYLOR. Party per pale argent and or, an escar-
buncle azure, on a chief nebuly of the last a ducal coronet
between two escallops of the second.

Daus. of the Rev. Arnold Dawes Taylor, Clerk in Holy
Orders, B.A. (Cambs.), Patron and Rector of Church
Stanton in co. Devon, b. 1852 ; d. ; m. 1st, 1876,

Marian, only dau. of R. T. Prichett of Esher, in co.
Surrey, F.S.A. ; 2nd, 1905, Agnes Mary, d. of Elias
Tozer (H.M. Civil Service) of Exeter : — .
(?) Daughters.

TAYLOR. Argent, guttee-de-poix, on a chief dancettee
sable, a pale between two escallops of the first, charged
with an escallop of the second. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-
lion rampant proper, semee of escallops sable, holding
between the paws a saltire also sable, surmounted by an
escallop argent. Motto — " Fidelisque ad mortem."

Sons of Arthur James Taylor, Esq., of Strensham
Court, late Lieutenant 3rd Dragoon Guards, b. 1857 ;
d. 1917 ; m. 1890, Annie Mabel (d. 1905), dau. of Sir
E. W. Greene, Bart., of Nether Hall, in the county of
Suffolk: —
Charles Taylor, Gentleman, b. July 26, 1892. Seat —
Strensham Court, near Worcester.
Arthur Taylor, Gentleman, b. Dec. 2, 1902.

Riding, Yorks. Born May 7, 1864, being the eldest son of the
late Francis Howard Taylor, Esq., J.P. and D.L. for W.R.




,co. Yorks., by his wife Emily, dau. of James Wells Taylor or
Wolvers, Reigate, Surrey. Armorial bearingB— Quarterly
ermine and or, in the first quarter a wolfs head couped sable,
on a chief invected gules, three escallops argent. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours,
in front of a dexter arm embowed in armour, the hand in
a gauntlet grasping a flaming sword all proper, a shield
ermine charged with a wolfs head couped sable. Motto —
"Pro Deo, patria, et rege." Married, Nov. 13, 1889,
Gertrude Mary, third dau. of Humphrey Carpenter Ward
of Forest Lodge, Essex ; and has had Issue— (1) Eric Francis
Howard Taylor, Gentleman, temp. Lieut. 23rd Batt. Roy.
Fus. , b. Jan. 1, 1891 ; killed in action 191 6 ; (2) Ronald
Humphrey Howard Taylor, Gentleman, B.A. Cantab.,
b. Oct. 29, 1898 ; (3) Harold Charles Howard Taylor, Gen-
tleman, b. Oct. 17, 1899 ; and Phyllis Thelma Howard.
Seat— Middlewood Hall, near Barnsley. Club — Junior

late Grenadier Guards. Born Sept. 21, 1863, being
the eldest son of the late Rt. Hon. Thomas Edward Taylor,
P.C., J. P. and D.L., M.P. for Co. Dublin from 1841 till
his death, Capt. 6th Dragoon Guards (retired 1846), Lieut. -
Col. Royal Meath Militia 1847-1874, Hon. Col. of that
Regt., by his wife Louisa Harrington, second dau. of the
Hon. and Rev. Hugh Francis Tollemache, Rector of Har-
rington, co. Northampton. Armorial bearings — Ermine,
on a chief gules, a fleur-de-lys between two boars' heads
couped and erect or. Mantling' gules and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a naked arm -embowed holding
an arrow all proper. Motto — "Prosequitur quodcunque
petit." Seat — Ardgillan Castle, near Balbriggan. Club —

December 20, i860, being the second son of the late Isaac
Rowland Taylor by his wife, Jane Dorothea, daughter of

Peter Hellett. Armorial bearings— He bears for Arms :
per pale argent and or, a saltire parted and fretty gules,
on a chief of the last a billet erect within an annulet between
two fleurs-de-lys of the second. Upon the escutcheon is
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules
and argent ; and for his Crest, on a wreath of the colours,
upon the capital of an Ionic column an arm embowed
proper, encircled above the elbow with an annulet or, the
hand grasping a sword in bend sinister, also proper, pommel
and hilt gold, withtheMottO — " Semper fidelis." Livery —
Dark green, with red facings. Married, March 10, 1891,
Mary, daughter of Charles Gordon, M.D., of Edinburgh ;
and has Issue — (1) Alfred Gordon Taylor, b. Dec. 29,
1891 [m. , Eileen Heather Methven (d. 1921), d. of the

late Fred Carlisle, of Sunningdale, and Buenos Aires] ; (a)

Lance Gordon Taylor, b. 1901 ; Frances Daphne ; and Iris.
Seats — Sherfield Manor, Basingstoke, Hants. ; Salzcraggie
Lodge, Helmsdale, co. Sutherland. Clubs — Junior Carlton,

TAYLOR (H. Coll.). Ermine, on a bend sable, three
escallops or, a chief nebuly of the second, thereon four
escallops of the third. Mantling sable and argent. Crest

)n a wreath of the colours, in front of ademi-lion argent,
holding between the paws an annulet encircling an escallop,
both sable, five annulets interlaced fessewise gules. Motto
— "Industria et spe." Livery — Green, with canary yellow

Sons of late William Taylor (eld. son of Thomas Taylor
of Southfield House, Bolton, d. 1876), b. 1828; d. 1901 ;
m. 1859, Emily, d. of William Burd : —

Arnold William Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1861. Res. —

Arthur Leopold Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1865; m. 1895,
Edith, d. of late John Morley of Thornton Heath, Surrey.

Percy Edgworth Leigh Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1867;
m. 1896, Evelyn Mabel, d. of S. T. Day, Esq., D. L. ; and
has surv. issue — Sydney Leigh Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1901 ;
Evelyn Phyllis Leigh ; and Noel Leigh. Res. — 16 Prince
Edward Mansions, Pembridge Square, W. 2.

Frank Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1868 ; m. 1897, Mildred, d.
of George Payne of Rochester. Res. — 30 Brentmead Place,
Golder's Green, N.W.

Sidney Burd Leigh-Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1870 ; assumed
the additional name of Leigh by Deed Poll 1916; tn. 1904,
Kathleen Emilia, d. of George R. Browne, Esq., D.L. , of
Cahirdown, co. Kerry; and has surv. issue— Humphrey
Sidney Leigh-Taylor, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 36 Sloane

Court, S.W.3. Club— Windham.

Wilfred Henry Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1871. Club — Junior

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