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Gilbert John Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1873. Clubs — Bath,
Jun. Constitutional.

TAYLOR (H. Coll). Quarterly, ermine and or, in the
first quarter a wolf's 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."

Son of Francis Howard Taylor, Esq., J. P. and D.L.,
b. 1822; d. 1898; m. i860, Emily, d. of James Wells*
Taylor : — '




Vincent Thornely Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1871 ; m. 1898,
Hilda Octavia, d. of Humphrey Carpenter Ward ; and has
issue — (1) Maurice Humphrey Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1903 ;
(a) Vincent Mervyn Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; and
Hilda Marjory Thornely. Res. — Steinbrook House, nr.
Chippenham, Wiltshire. Club — Jun. Carlton.

TAYLOR (H. Coll.). Party per fesse raguly argent
and sable, a lion rampant counterchanged, on a chief
invected gules, a fleur-de-lys between two boars' heads
couped and erect or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest
— Upon a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant per fesse
raguly sable and argent, holding between the fore-paws a
pheon, and resting the dexter hind leg on three fusils con-
joined or. Motto — " Cenfigen a ladd ei hunan."

Sons of the Ven. William Francis Taylor, D.D. ,
D.C.L. , Archdeacon of Liverpool, Rural Dean of
Walton, and Chaplain to the Bishop of Liverpool, of
Dolhyfryd, co. Denbigh (d. 1906), by his wife Anne,
d. of the Rev. Hugh Evans, Vicar of Plemonstall, co.
Chester, and of Bettws, co. Denbigh : —
Hon. Sir (William) Francis Kyffin Taylor, K.B.E., Barr.-
at-Law, Inner Temple, K.C. (1895), Bencher (1905),
Treasurer (1926), Master of the Garden (1928), Recorder
of Bolton (1901 and 1903), appointed Presiding Judge
of the Liverpool Court of Passage by Royal Warrant
(1 Oct. 1903), a Commr. of Assize 1919-20 and 1925, Judge
of Appeal Isle of Man 1918-21, Member oftheGen. Council
of the Bar and of the Court of the University of Liverpool,
*. 1854 ; m. 1883, Mary Fleming, only d. of the late Robert
Crooks of Rosemount, nr. Liverpool; and has issue — Ermine
Mary Kyffin [m. 1917, A. Geoffrey Evans, M.D., of 23 Park
Square, Regent's Park (q.v.)\ Post. add. — The Gadlas,
Ellesmere, Shropshire ; 4 Harcourt Buildings, Temple,
E.C. Clubs — Junior Carlton, Conservative, Garrick, Con-
servative (Liverpool).

Austin Taylor, Gentleman, M.P. for Toxteth Div. of
Liverpool 1902-10, M.A. (Camb.), b. 1858; m. 1st, 1886,
Lucia (d. 1906), d. of late Edward Whitaker of Liverpool ;

and, 1909, Gertrude, d. of the late Pennington Evans ; and
has issue — 3 daus. Res. — 30 Eccleston Square, London,
S.W, Club— Reform.

^Brig.-Gen. Gerald Kyffin Taylor, C.B.E., V. D. , formerly
comdg. 2nd Lancashire Art. Vol., Chairman of the Housing
Committee of Liverpool 1907-19, MP. Kirkdale 1910-15,
*. 1863 ; m. 1st, 1892, Bessie (d. 1922), 3rd d. of the late
Thomas Cope, Esq., J. P. ; 2nd, 1927, Olive, d. of William

Hamilton, of Belfast, and widow of Rev. W. J. Adams, |
Vicar of St. Augustine's, Liverpool. Res. — 23 Ashville Road,
Birkenhead. Club— Auxiliary Forces.
Harold Taylor, Gentleman. Res. —

TAYLOR (L.O. , 16 Jan. 1912). Argent, a saltire sable,
between two hearts gules in chief and base, and two thistles
proper in the flanks. Mantling sable, doubled argent.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a hand couped at the
wrist proper, holding a cross crosslet fitch^e sable in bend
sinister. Motto — "Semper fidelis."

Fourth son of James Taylor of Stromness, b. 1830; d.

1874 ; m. 1856, Anne, d. of Thomas Linklater of

Kirbuster, Birsay, Orkney: —

Alexander Davidson Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1868. Res. —

Quinta de la Cruz de la Capella, Villa Nova de Gaia,

Portugal; and York Vale, Trinity, Edinburgh. Club —

British (Oporto).

TAYLOR of Sale, Cheshire (H. Coll.). Azure, on a bend
between three stags' heads caboshed, two and one, or, as
many hurts. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath

of the colours, a stag's head as in the arms, between the

attires an annulet or, gemmed azure.

Son of William Taylor of Devon Villas, Sale, Cheshire,

b. April 6, 1843 ; d. June 4, 1903; m. April 3, 1884:—

William Herbert Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1885; m. 1911,

Harriet, d. of Charles Whitaker, Esq., J. P., of Caldewell,

Pershore ; and has issue — 1 son ; 1 dau. Res. — The Moors,

Birlingham-, Pershore, Worcs.

TAYLOR of Montreal (H. Coll.). Ermine, a moose at
gaze gules, on a chief of the second a fleur-de-lys between
two boars' heads couped erect or. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
dexter arm embowed proper, the hand grasping an arrow
argent, three fleurs-de-lys or. Motto — " Consequitur quod-
cuinque petit."

Son of Ezekiel Moore Taylor and Rosalind Beatty :—

Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, Knt. Bach. (1913).
Officer of Legion of Honour, Knt. Comdr. Orders of St.
Olaf (Norway), St. Sava (Serbia), LL.D. (Univ. of New
Brunswick), Gen. Manager of the Bank of Montreal since
1913, Mem. Exec. Council of Canadian Bankers' Assn.,
Director Allan Line SS. Co., Ltd., Roy. Trust Co., and
Liverpool and London and Globe Ins. Co., Canada, b. 1863 ;
m. 1888, Jane Fayrer, only d. of Joshua Henshaw of Mon-
treal ; and has had issue — Frederick Travers Henshaw
Williams-Taylor. Esq., Lieut. 13th Hussars, b. 1894; d.
1926 ; and Brenda Germaine Henshaw [m. 1926, Frederic
N. Watriss, of New York]. Postal a<W.— 594 Pine Avenue
West, Montreal ; Bank of Montreal, Montreal ; 47 Thread-
needle Street, E.C. Clubs— St. James's, Travellers', Marl-
borough, Bath, City of London, Ranelagh, Mount Royal,
University, and St. James's (Montreal).




TAYLOR. Or, three annulets azure, on a chief of the
last, two lions passant of the field. Mantling azure and
or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a greyhound
sejant or, gorged with a collar gemel and resting the dexter

gules, the queue f ourchee and entwined, grasping between
the paws a tally or. Motto — " Blanditiis adfare leonem."

foot on three annulets interlaced one and two azure. Motto
— " Invictus in arduis." Livery — Blue and yellow.

Sons of Col. William Taylor, D.S., V.D., Lord ol

the Manors of Chalvington and Withersfield, b. 1837 ;

d. ; m. 1874, Winifred Mary Letitia Schill, only

child of Louis Schill of Germany, and Rose Cottage,

Hankham, Sussex : —

Glenleigh John Schill Taylor, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col.

Res. of Officers, late R.A. , b. 1877 ; m. 1907, Annie, d. of the

late Oliver Davey, and widow of E. L. Joynt, of Dublin.

Estates — Glenleigh, in the parish of Westham ; Chalvington

Manor and Cleavers, in the parishes of Chalvington and

Rype, and The Pages Estate, Bexhill, all in the county of

Sussex ; Withersfield Hall Estate, in the county of Suffolk.


Egbert Louis Tom Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1878. 1 Res.—

Edward Llewellvn Ferguson Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1891.


TAYLOR of Stanbury and Baysgarth (Vn. of Yorkshire,
1665, H. Coll.). Argent, on a pale sable, three lions
passant of the field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, a leopard passant proper,
resting the dexter foot on an escutcheon argent, charged
with a pale sable.

Son of Robert Taylor of Stanbury and of New Hall,
Barton-upon-Humber, b. 1815 ; d. ; m. 1858,

Sarah, eldest d. of William Maw of Bigby, co.
Lincoln : —

Robert Wright Taylor, Esq., M.A. , LL.M., F.S.A. , J.P.
Parts of Lindsey, co. Lincoln, Barrister-at-Law, Citizen
and Clothworker of London, b. 1859 ; m. 1889, Clara
Louisa, d. of George Hodgson, J.P. , of Nocton Park, co.
Lincoln, Chevalier of the Legion of Honour of France and
Belgium ; and has had issue — -George Robert Marmaduke
Stanbury Taylor, Gentleman, Lieut. R.F.A., b. 1895; killed
in action 1917 ; and Clare Ermyntrude Magdalen [m. 1920,
Thomas Ramsden, of Middleton Towers, King's Lynn,
and has issue]. Seat — Baysgarth Park, Barton-upon-
Humber. Chambers — 8 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn.

TAYLOR of St. Leonards (H. Coll., 27 Ap. 1921).
Chequy argent and sable, on a pile gules, a lion's queue
erased fourchee and entwined or. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion

Son of James Taylor, of Cambridge, b. 1817 ;

d. 1897 ; m. 1842, Sarah, d. of Thomas Snelling, of

Cambridge : —
Arthur James Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1843 ; m. 1869,
Augusta Mary, d. of Joseph Matthews ; and has had issue
—Arthur Ernest Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1871 ; Hubert
Leonard Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1874 ; d. 1922 ; Robert
Stanley Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1875 ; Florence Mary ; and
Lilian Augusta Mary. Res. — 29 King's Road, St.
Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex.

TAYLOR of Kennington (H. Coll.). Per pale gules
and azure, a fox's brush erect or, between two bezants in
fesse. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a demi-fox gules; tailed or, supporting a
banner also gules, charged with a seax gold. Motto —
" Doceri sed discere."

Son of Sir Frederick Taylor, 1st Bart., F.R.C.P.,

M.R.C.S., b. 1847 ; d. 1920 ; m. 1884, Helen Mary

(d. 1917), d. of Frederick Manby, East Rudham,

Norfolk :—

Sir Eric Stuart Taylor, 2nd Bart. (11 July 1917),

O.B.E. (1919), Capt. (ret.) R.A.M.C. b. 1889 ; m. 1920,

Evelyn Therese, d. of Lieut.-Col. James Calvert, C.B.E.,

F.R.C.P., of Harley Street ; and has issue — Richard

Laurence Stuart Taylor, Esq., b. 1925 ; and Lesley

Evelyn Stuart. Res. — Union Building, Hong Kong.

Club— Oxford and Cambridge.

TAYLOR of Holiport (H. Coll.). Gules, three roses
argent, within a bordure or, a chief vair. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a lion's
head erased, per pale argent and gules, gorged with a
collar charged with three estoiles counterchanged. Motto
— " Fama Candida rosa dulcior."

Only surv. son of Lt.-Col. Montagu Brook Wilbraham
Taylor, Rifle Brigade, J. P., 6. 1844 ; d. 1897 ; tn. 1868.
Eliza Jane, d. of John Milner Duffi.ld :—
Montagu Wilbraham Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1889. Res.—
Coxwell Lodge, Faringdon, Berks.

TAYLOR (H. Coll., Jan. 28 1926). Gules, two lions"
queues erased in saltire or, between as many bezants in
pale. Mantling gules and or. CWst — On a wreath of the




colours, a lion's queue erased or, between two roses

gules, barbed and seeded proper. Motto — " Agnoscar
eventu." Livery — Claret, with gold facings.

Eldest son of Charles Taylor, Esq., J. P., of The Glen,

Heaton, Bolton, b. 1837 ; d. 1879 ; m. 1864, Mary,

d. of John Harwood, Esq., J. P., of Woodsleigh,

Bolton :—

John Percy Taylor, Esq., B.A. (Manchester), J. P.

Lanes., High Sheriff of Lancaster, 1926, b. 1868 ; m. 1904,

Ellen, eld. d. of James Lawrence, Esq., J. P. ; and has

issue—Charles Taylor, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; Eleanor

Mary ; and Isabel. Res. — Woodside, Heaton, Bolton.

Clubs — National Liberal, Reform (Manchester).

TAYLOR-MILTON (confd. U.O., 2 Oct. 1926). Quar-
terly, 1 and 4, azure, a cross flory argent (for Milton); 2
and 3, gules, on a chief sable, two boars' heads couped
argent. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a dexter arm proper, vested azure,
grasping a cross flory argent. Motto — " Deus omnia

Sons of Frederick Taylor-Milton (formerly Taylor), of

Guy's Cliff, Elmdale Road, Clifton, b. 1870 ; m. 1889,

Elizabeth, d. of William Grant Milton, of Waterford,

Ireland : —

Rev. Leonard Frederick Taylor- Milton, M.A. (Camb.),

Clerk in Holy Orders, Vicar of St. Matthias', Brighton,

b. 1890. Res. — St. Matthias' Vicarage, Ditchling, Old


' Kenneth Victor Taylor-Milton, Gentleman, b.

TAYLOUR (U.O., 1704). 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, couped at the shoulder and embowed,
holding an arrow proper. Motto — " Consequitur qucd
cuinque petit."

Son of Thomas, 3rd Marquess of Headfort, K.P. ,

Lord-Lieut, and Cust. Rot. of Meath, £. 1822 ; d. 1894 ;

m. 2nd, 1875, Emily Constantia (d. 1926), d. of Rev.

Lord John Thynne : —
Most Hon. Sir Geoffrey Thomas Taylour, 4th Marquess
of Headfort (29 Dec. 1800), 6th Earl of Bective (24 Oct.

1766), Viscount Headfi rt (12 Apl. 1762), and Baron Head-'
fort (6 Sept. 1760), 3rd Baron Kenlis (U.K., 1831), and
7th Bart. (Irel. , 12 June 1704), D.L. co. Meath, Capt.
Gen. List, late 1st Life Guards [Supporters— Dexter, a
lion or ; sinister, a leopard proper, both guardant and
collared and chained argent], b. 1878 ; m. 1901, Rose, d. of
late Charles Boote ; and has issue — (1) Terence Geoffrey
Thomas Taylour, Esq. , commonly called Earl of Bective,
b. 1902 [m. 1928, Elsie Florence, widow of Sir Rupert
Clarke, Bart., and d. of J. Partridge Tucker, of Sydney,
Australia] ; (2) Lord William Desmond Taylour, b. 1904 ;
and Lady Millicent Olivia Mary. Seats — Headfort, Kells,
Meath ; Virginia Park, Virginia, co. Cavan. Clubs —
Carlton, Marlborough, Kildare Street (Dublin.)

Sons of Major-Gen. Lord John Henry Taylour, b. 1831 ;

d. 1890; m. 1st, 1855, Mary Hammond (d. 1872), d.

of Robert Macfarlane ; 2nd, 1873, Eliza Winifred

Mary, d. of Rev. John Llewellin : —

Edward Henry Higginson Taylour, Esq., b. i860; m.

1903, Ada Allen, d. of G. T. Burnett of New Westminster,

B.C. Res.— Victoria, B.C.

Alfred Robert Taylour, Esq., M.A. (Oxon.), Barrister-
at-Law, late Capt. 1st Batt. London Regt, (T.F. ), b. 1877.
Post. add. — 39 Argyll Road, W.8 ; 5 NewSqnare, Lincoln's
Inn, W.C. Clubs — Jun. Carlton, Roehampton.

Sons of Rt. Hon. Thomas Edward Taylor, P.C. , ot
Ardgillan Castle, co. Dublin, M.P. , Chancellor of
Duchy of Lancaster, b. 181 1 ; d. 1883 ; m. 1862, Louisa
Harrington, d. of Hon. and Rev. Hugh F. Tolle-
uiache: —
Capt. Edward Richard Taylor {q.v.).
Basil Reginald Hamilton Taylour, Esq., Capt. late R.N.,
F.R.A.S., b. 1865; assumed by Deed Poll 1915, the sur-
name of Taylour in lieu of Taylor ; m. 1903, Harriet Mary,
d. of Col. H. B. Osgood, U.S.A. ; and has issue — (1) Basil
Richard Henry Osgood Taylour, Gentleman, b. 1904; (2)
Douglas Bective Huntingtower Taylour, Gentleman, b. 1905;
Edward Winchester Tollemache Taylour, Gentleman, b.
1915 ; and Mary Beatrice Kenlis. Res. — 9 Rosary Gardens,
S.W. Clubs— Carlton, Bath.

Wilfrid Doneraile Stanhope Taylor, Gentleman, b.
1868 ; m. 1892, Margaret Annie, d. of A. W. F. Halcombe !
and has issue — four daus. Postal add. — 12 Mitre Court
Chambers, E.C. Club — Carlton.

Son of Gen. Sir Richard Chambre' Hayles Taylor,

G.C.B., b. 1819 ; d. 1904; m. 1863, Lady Jane Hay

{d. 1926), d. of Marquess of Tweeddale : —

Richard Edward Montagu Taylor, Esq., late Capt.

3rd Batt. East Surrey Regt., served in S. African War

and Great War 1914-19, b. 1871 ; m. 1921, Florence Mary,

d. of the late John Hart, of Linthorpe, Middlesborough.

Res.— 16 Eaton Place, S.W.

TEALE of Leeds (H. Coll., 22 Nov. 1855). Party per
pale argent and or, a wyvern sable, on a chief gules, two
fleurs-de-lys of the second. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a greyhound sejant
argent, gutt^e-de-poix, resting the dexter fore-paw on an
escutcheon guies, charged with a fleur-de-lys or. Motto —
" Fideliter."

Sons of Thomas Pridgin Teale, Gentleman, of North

Grange, Headingley, Leeds, M.A. , M.B. (Oxon. I,

Hon. D.Sc. (Leeds), F.RC.S. (Eng.), F.R.S., b. 1831;

d. 1923; m. 1st, Sept. 16, 1862, Alice (d. 1891), d, of

the Rev. William Teale, M.A., Rector of Devizes, and

Rural Dean : —

Lionel Henry Teale, Gentleman,/*. Sept. 7, 1866. Res. —

Michael Aubrey Teale, Gentleman, b. Sept. 29, 1867.


Rev. Kenneth William Pridgin Teale, M.A. (Cantab.),
Clerk in Holy Orders, b. Aug. 10, 1876 ; m. 1906, Laura
Mary, d. of George Loveday, and has issue — Roger Pridgin
Teale, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; Hilgrove Pridgin Teale, Gen-
tleman, b. 1913 ; and Margaret. Res. — Thurloxton Rectory,

Christopher Carlill Teale, Gentleman, b. July 9, 1887.
Sons of John William Teale, of Scarborough, b. 1838;
d. 1897 ! m - 1867 : —
Reginald Canning Teale, Gentleman, b. 1871. Res. —
Godfrey Carlisle Teale, Gentleman, b. 1882. Res. —

TEBB (H. Coll.). Or, on a fesse nebuly between three
cross crosslets fitch^e in chief and as many in base, two in
saltire, surmounted by another in pale azure, a lion passant
argent. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of




the colours, a sword erect proper, pommel and hilt or,

within a chain in arch of the last. Motto — " Ne tentes aut

perfice." Liverv — Dark blue, yellow facings.

Son of William Tebb, Gentleman, F.R.G.S., of Rede
Hall, Burstow, Surrey, b. 1830; m. 1856, Mary Eliza-
beth, d. of William Scott of Hopedale, Mass., U.S.A. : —
William Scott Tebb, Gentleman, M.A., M.D. Cantab.,

b. 1862 ; m. 1890, Mary Maxwell, d. of Henry Dalston.

Postal Address — 29 Hill Crest Road, Purley, Surrey.

TEELING (U.O.). Or, two pallets dancettee gules.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the

d. 1921 ; by 1st wife, m. 1879, Theodora Lane

Clarke : —
Carlos Teeling, Gentleman.
Theodore Francis Teeling, Gentleman.

Son of Charles George Teeling, b. 1805 ; d. 1874 ; m.

1844, Anna, d. of Charles M'Carthy of Springmount,

co. Cork: —
Luke Alexander Teeling, Esq., J. P. co. Galway and co.
Mayo, B.A. (Trin. Coll., Dub.), Barr.-at-Law, Accountant-
General of the Supreme Court of Judicature, Ireland,
1898-1921 ; b. 1856; m. 1898, Margaret Mary (d. 1917),
only child and h. of late William Joseph Burke of Ower,
co. Galway ; and has issue — Luke William Burke Teeling,
Gentleman, B.A., Oxon., b. 1903. Res. — 89 Piccadilly, W.i.
Clubs — Bachelors', Jun. Carlton. Seat — Ower, Headford,
co. Galway.



TEMPEST (Vn. Yorks. 1585, the arms having been used
since at least 1362). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, on abend
between six martlets sable, an annulet or (for Tempest) ; 2.
argent, a fesse between six martlets sable (for Gilliot) ; 3.
argent, a lion rampant gules within a bordure of demi-fleurs-
de-lys azure (for Thorpe), and other quarterings since in-

colours, a fleur-de-lys per pale dancettee or and gules.
Motto — "Sola virtus invicta.

Sons of Bartholomew John Teeling, Gentleman, b. 1848 ;

herited. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — upon a wreath
of the colours, a griffin's head erased per pale argent and
sable, beaked and crined gules, charged with an annulet of
the last. Motto — " Loyouf asthow fynds." Livery — (un-
dress), black coat and trousers, black and white striped vest ;
(full dress), white coat and vest, with black cuffs and braid
and silver aiguilettes, black plush breeches, silver garters and

Only son of Arthur Cecil Tempest, Esq., J. P., D.L., of

Broughton Hall, b. 1837; d. 1920; m. 1873, Eleanor

Blanche, second dau. of the late Edward Horner

Reynard of Sunderlandwick and Hobgreen, in the co.

of Yorks., J. P. and D.L. :—

Roger Stephen Tempest, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O., Brig.-

Gen. (ret.) Scots Gds., Croix de Guerre with palms, J. P.

Lines. (Kesteven),^. 1876 ; m. 1912, Valerie, elder d. of the

late Arthur LeoneGlover, andhas issue — Stephen Tempest,

Gentleman, b. 1913; Henry Roger Tempest, Gentleman,




b, 1924 ; and Iris Mary. Estates — Broughton Hall, Craven,
in co. Yorks. ; Coleby Hall, inco. Lincoln. Postal address —
Broughton Hall, Skipton-in-Craven. Clubs — Guards',

TEMPEST of Tong (R.L., 7 Oct. 1909 ; H. Coll., 23
April 1884). Argent, a bend between six martlets sable
and (for distinction) a canton ermine, and upon an escut-
cheon of pretence quarterly of twenty-six, 1. argent, a bend
between six martlets sable (Tempest, R.L.) ; 2. argent, on a
chevron azure, between three roses gules, barbed and seeded
proper, two swords in saltire, the dexter surmounted of the
sinister also proper, pommels and hilts gold, the points
passing through a chaplet of laurel of the last, a chief of the
second, thereon a naval crown between two anchors erect or
(for Ricketts) ; 3. or, on a fesse wavy gules, three mullets
argent, a canton vert, charged with a fleur-de-lys of the
field (for Gumbleton) ; 4. (for Plumbe-Tempest) quarterly,
i. and iiii. , argent, a bend between six martlets sable
(for Tempest) ; ii. and iii. , ermine, a bend vair, cottised
sable, on a canton argent, a rose gules (for Plumbe) ; 5.
argent, a bend between six martlets sable (for Tempest) ;
6. argent, a chevron between three martlets gules (for
Waddington) ; 7. gules, a bend ermine (for Rye) ; 8,
ermine, five lozenges conjoined in fesse gules (for Hebden) ;
9. sable, an inescutcheon ermine, within eight martlets in
orle argent (for Boiling) ; 10. argent, two lions passant in
pale vert (for Mirfield) ; 11. azure, a bend argent, cottised
or, between six martlets, of the last (for Tonge) ; 12. argent,
on a bend sable, three owls of the field (for Savile) ; 13.
gules, a cross pat6e or (for Golkar) ; 14. argent, on a bend
gules, three escallops or (for Tankersley) ; 15. sable, an
1 nescutcheon within eight martlets in orle argent (for Rach-
dale) ; 16. or, on a chief indented azure, three plates (for
Lathom) ; 17. argent, a bend sable, between a sable rising
vert in chief, and a cross patonee of the second in base (for
Ryshworth) ; 18. gules, two bars between eight martlets,
three, two and three, argent (for Eland) ; 19. argent, on a
bend gules, three escallops or (for Tankersley) ; 20. ermine,
three chevronels gules (for Pictavensis) ; 21. argent, a fesse
double cottised gules (for Thornhill) ; 22. gules, a crescent
ermine, and between the horns thereof a fleur-de-lys or,
between in chief two esquires' helmets proper, and in base
a garb of the third (for Cholmeley) ; 23. gules, three mullets
or (for Belward) ; 24. argent, a cross flory azure (for Mal-
pas) ; 25. argent, on a fesse gules, three plates (for Eyton) ;
26. or, a lion rampant gules, armed and langued azure,
surmounted of a fesse chequy argent and of the third,
accompanied by thre6 mullets, two in chief and one In base
also azure (for Steuart of Dalguise). Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a griffin's
head erased per pale argent and sable, langued gules, and
(for distinction) charged on the neck with a cross crosslet
counterchanged. Motto — " Loywf as thow fynds."

• Only son of Rev. John Graves of Bradenham Manor,
Bucks., b. ; d. ; tn. : —

The late John Hicks Tempest (formerly Graves), Gentle-
man, b. 1848; d. 1915; m. 1886, Henrietta Frances Mary,
Lady of the Manors of Tong, Yorks. , and Aughton, Lanes. ,
only surv. child of Sir Robert Tempest Tempest (formerly
Ricketts), 3rd Bart. Seats— Tong Hall, Bradford, Yorks. ;
Bradenham House, High Wycombe, Bucks.; Dalguise,

the Peace for the West Riding of the county of York. Bom
October 22, 1846, being the second surviving son of the late
Joseph Francis Tempest, Gentleman, by his wife Frances
Bridget, daughter of John Hercy of Crutchfield House, in
the county of Berks. Armorial bearings— He bears for
Arms : Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, on a bend between six
martlets sable, an annulet or (for Tempest) ; 2. argent, a
fesse between six martlets sable (for Gilliot) ; 3. argent, a
lion rampant gules, within a bordure of demi-fleurs-de-lys
azure (for Thorpe). U pon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting his degree, with a Mantling sableand argent ; and
for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a griffin's head
erased per pale argent and sable, beaked and crined gules,
charged with an annulet of the last. Married, firstly,
April 21, 1868, Agnes Mary (d. 1885), fourth d. of Thomas
A. A. Perry, Gentleman, of Bitham House, Avon Dassett,
in the county of Warwick ; and by her has surv. Issue—
(1) Aelred Joseph Tempest, Gentleman, b. March 31, 1877
[m. Francis May, d. of the late William Cuthbert, of
Winnipeg ; and has issue, three children] ; (2) Aidan Joseph
Tempest, Gentleman, b. December 25, 1879 [m. 1913, Mary

Blanche, d. of late James Donovan of Ra'.hmines, Dublin] ;
(3) Norbert Joseph Tempest, Gentleman, b. Jnne 3, 1882 ;
[m. 1917, Lola, d. of Charles Heintz, of Los Angeles] ; (4)

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