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Hester Clara, d. of Rev. Edward Burdett Hanshawe,

Rector of Weston-under-Penyard, co. Hereford: —

Sir Francis Erskine Vincent, 13th Bart. (26 July 1620),

late Lieut. 1st Life Guards, b. 1869 ; m. 1893, Margaret

Louisa, d. of John Holmes of Brooke Hall, Norfolk ; and

has had issue — (1) Anthony Francis Vincent, Esq., b. 1894

[m. 1925, Dorothy Clare, only d. of Sir Charles Falls, M.P.




ofDerryinch, co. Fermanagh, and has issue — Una Clare,
Margaret] ; (2) Victor Norman Erskine Vincent, Esq.,
b. 1897; d. 1920; (3) Evelyn Joseph Howard-Vincent
Esq., b. 1900; assumed by Deed Poll 1924, the additional
surname of Howard [tn. 1924, Margaret, d. ot the late N.
R. Willson, Barrister-at-Law]. Res. — Ormesby, Norfolk.
Only surv. son of Rev. Sir Frederick Vincent, I ith Bart.,
M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1798 ; d. 1883 ; tn. 1st, 1826, Louisa
(d. 1841), d. and co-heir of John Norris of Hughenden
Manor, Bucks ; 2nd, 1844, Maria Copley, d. of Rober
Herries Young of Auchens Keoch, Dumfriesshire : —
Frederick D'Abernon Vincent, Esq., late Deputy-Con-
servator, Forest Dept., India, b. 1852 ; m. 1899, Emma
Julia Bertha (d. 1903), d. of the late Geheimrath Dr. Getz of
Frankfort-on-Main ; and has surv. issue — Sybil Helen Mary.
Club — City of London.

Rt. Hon. Sir Edgar Vincent, P.C., G.C.B., G.C.M.G.,
Viscount D'Abernon (q.v.).

VINCENT (H. Coll.). Azure, three cinquefoils
argent, a bordure or. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a griffin's head

charged on the neck with a trefoil slipped gold.
Motto — "Vincent qui se vincent." Livery — Blue and

Sons of John Vincent, Esq., late Capt. 76th Foot,
b. 1830; in. 1862, Ann, dau. of Rev. James Linton of
Hemingford House, co. Huntingdon : —
William Henry Hutchinson Vincent, Gentleman, b. 1863.
Thomas Montagu Vincent, Gentleman, b.
Charles Vincent, Gentleman. Res. — 22 Templer's
Avenue, N.W. 11.

VINCENT (Confmd. U.O.). Azure, three cinquefoils
argent, within a bordure or. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, out of a ducal
coronet or, a griffin's head gules charged with a billet of the
first. Motto — " Vincenti dabitur."

Sons of Col. Arthur Hare Vincent (late comdg. 3rd

K.O. Hussars), of Summerhill, co. Clare, b. 1840; d.

1916; tn. 1st, 1871, Elizabeth Rose, d. of David

Davidson Manson, M.D. , of Spynie, Morayshire, N.B. ;

2nd, 1883, Gertrude Mary, only d. of Richard Birley

Banendale, of Blackmore End, Welwyn, Herts. : —

Sir Berkeley Vincent, K. BE., C.B. , C.M.G., has Order

of the Sacred Treasure of Japan (4'h Class), Officier Legion

d'Honneur, Brig.-General (ret.), b. 1871 ; tn. 2nd, 1925,

Ellaline, d. of Esmonde Bramley-Moore, M.D. , and has

issue — (1) Perceval Vincent, Esq., b. 1923; (2) Berkeley

Vincent, Esq., b. 1927. Res. — Summerhill, Sandbanks,
Dorset ; 46 Maida Vale, W.9. Club — Marlborough. J

Arthur Rose Vincent, Esq., C. B.E., B.A. (Trin. Coll.
Dublin), D.L., J.P., High Sheriff (1916), co. Kerry, b. 1876;
tn. 1910, Maud, only d. of W. B. Bourn, of Eiioli San
Mateo, California, U.S.A., and has issue — Arthur William
Bourn Vincent, Gentleman, b. 1919. Seat — Muckross
Abbey, Killarney, co. Kerry. Club— Carlton, White's,
Kildare Street (Dublin).

Arthur Patrick Birley Love Vincent, Esq., M.C., Capt.
3/6th Dragoon Gds., b. 1894 ; tn. 1926, Phyllis, only d. of
Major Hugh Rycroft, D.S.O., of Purton Stoke House,
Wilts. Club— Marlborough'.

VINT (U.O.). Per pale gules and ermines, on a saltire
engrailed argent, a trefoil slipped vert, between four hurts.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a hawk statant per pale gules and ermines.
Motto — " Fac et spera."

Son of John Vint of Carrickfergus, co. Antrim : —

Robert Washington Vint, Esq., Capt. R.A.M.C, M.B.,
B.Ch., B.A.O. , b. . Res. — 36 Kansas Avenue, Belfast,


VIPONT (Rematric. L.O. 17 Sept. 1910). Quarterly,
1 and 4, argent, a saltire engrailed sable between a lion ram-
pant in chief and two crescents in the flanks gules (Ander-
son) ; 2. azure, on a chevron engrailed between two bears'
heads couped argent, muzzled gules in chief and a mullet
of the second in base, a bull's head caboshed sable between
two hands issuant from the ends of the chevron, each hold-
ing a dagger all proper (Mackay) ; 3. gules, three mascles
interlaced between as many quatrefoils or (Whyte). Dexter
Mantling sable, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of
the liveries, a thistle slipped proper. Motto — " Per aspera
ad alta." Sinister Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the liveries, a dexter cubit arm erect
holding a dagger in pale all proper, pommel and hilt or.
Motto — " Wha tholes wins."

Elder twin son of Rev. David Avenel Vipont, Minister
of Menmuir, co. Forfar (formerly Rev. Melville Avenel
Vipont Anderson), b. 1864; d. 1922; m. 1897, Jan"
Florence Clark (d. 1906), d. and heir of Rev. George
Mackay, Minister of Presbyterian Church, White-
haven : —
Roland Seaward Alan Avenel Vipont, b. 1903. Res. —
19 Millerfield Place, Edinburgh.

VIVIAN. Or, on a chevron azure, between three lions'
heads erased proper, as many annulets of the field, a chief
embattled gules, thereon a wreath of oak of the first,
between two martlets argent. Mantling azure and or.
Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a lion's head
erased proper, charged with two bezants palewise, and
gorged with a collar gules, charged with three annulets
or, with a chain of the last ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,
issuant from a bridge of one arch embattled at each end a
tower proper, a demi-hussar of His Majesty's 18th
Regiment of Dragoons (Hussars), habited, armed, and
accoutred, holding in his dexter hand a sabre all proper,
and in his sinister a pennon flying to the sinister gules.
Supporters — On the dexter, a dragon, with wings elevated
gules, gorged with a collar or, charged with three torteaux ;
on the sinister, a horse argent, saddle and bridle proper,
trappings gules, gorged with a collar sable, charged with
three bezants. Motto — " Vive anima Dei."

Only surv. son of Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Hussey Vivian,
1st Baron Swansea, b. 1821 ; d. 1894 ; m. 3rd,
1870, Averil (Res. — 40 Cadogan Place, S.W.), d.
of Capt. Richard Beaumont, R.N. : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Odo Richard Vivian, D.S.O., M. V.O., T.D.,
3rd Baron Swansea of Singleton, co. Glamorgan (9 June,
1893), Bart. (13 May, 1882), Lieut.-Col. (ret.) now Hon.
Col. Welch Regt., J. P. D.L. co. Glamorgan, b. 1875 ; tn.
1906, Hon. Winifred Hamilton, d. of 1st Baron Holm
Patrick ; and has issue — Hon. John Hussey Hamilton
Vivian, b. 1925 ; Hon. Ursula Margaret ; and Hon. Rose-
mary Winifred. Seat — Caer Beris, Builth Wells, co.
Brecon. Clubs — Bachelors', Brooks's.

VIVIAN, formerly of Pencalenick (R.L., 1820). Erminois,
on a chevron sable, between three lions' heads erased
purpure, as many plates, a chief engrailed gules, thereon
three martlets or. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, between two roses gules, slipped vert,
a dexter cubit arm, vested azure, charged with five plates in




saltire, cuff argent, the hand proper, grasping an anchor in

fesse, the fluke towards the dexter. Mottoes — " Non

robore sed spe " ; " Vive ut vivas."

Son of Rev. Francis Henry Vivian, M.A. (Cantab.),
b. 1828 ; d. ; m. i860, Margaret, d. of William

Charles Henry of Haffield, Ledbury : —
Herbert Vivian, Gentleman, M.A. (Cantab.), b. 3 April,

1865 ; m. 1897, Olive, d. of Frederick Walton of Cwmlle-

coediog, Montgomeryshire. Res. —

VIVIAN-NEAL (H. Coll., 1926). Quarterly, 1 and 4,
paly of six argent and azure, on a bend gules, a grey-
hound's head erased between two dexter hands couped
at the wrist argent (for Neal) ; 2 and 3, or, two chevronels
azure, in chief as many lions' heads erased purpure, on a
chief gules two martlets argent (for Vivian) ; and on
an escutcheon of pretence, the arms of Skrine, namely:

azure, in the dexter chief and sinister base points a tower
argent, in the sinister chief and dexter base points a lion
rampant, ermine, ducally crowned or. Mantling azure
and argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, out
of a wreath of oak or, a dexter cubit arm in armour in
the gauntlet proper a sword erect also proper pommel
and hilt gold, transfixing a greyhonnd's head as in the
arms (for Neal) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, in front
of a demi-lion guardant purpure, holding in the paws
a shepherd's crook and charged on the shoulder with an
escallop or, two annulets interlaced gold (for Vivian).
Motto — " iEquo adeste animo." Livery — Dark blue,
with silver buttons.

Only son of Herbert Neal, of Speen Lodge, Newbury,

Berks., b. 1852 ; d. 1917 ; m. 1890, Edith Jane, d. of

Richard Westall, of Stoke Prior, Worcestershire : —

Arthur Westall Vivian-Neal, Gentleman, M.C., Lieut.

R.F.A. (ret.), M.A. (Camb.), assumed the additional name

of Vivian 1926, b. 1893 ; m. 1926, Cecilia Marjory, only

child of Rev. Vivian Eccles Skrine and Minna Frances, d.

of George Vivian, of Claverton Manor, Somerset, and has

issue — Ralph William Vivian-Neal, Gentleman, b. 1928.

Seat — Poundisford Park, Taunton, Somerset. Club —



VON HERKOMER (31 Oct. 1899; Heralds' Office,
Munich). Von Gold and Roth schraglinks geteilt ; oben
zwei gekreuzte schwarze Meissel dariiber ein Schlagel unten
eine silberne Malerpalette mit drei durch dieselbe gesteckte,
aufrecht stehende Pinsel. Auf dem gekronten Turnierhelm
ein offener adlerflug, der rechte Fliigel von Gold und
Schwarz schragrechts, der linke Fliigel von Roth and Gold
schraglinks geteilt ; zwischen den Fliigeln eine naturliche

Hand aus schwarzem, goldgesaumten Aermel, der Zeige-
finger und der Daumen nach oben, die iibrigen Finger
eingebogen. Helmdecken rechts schwarz golden, links
roth-golden. Unten ein Spruchband mit der Devise " Pro-
priis Alis. " [Per bend or and gules, in chief two sculptors'
chisels in saltire sable, in base a sculptor's mallet of the
last, surmounted by a painter's palette sable, through which
are placed three brushes in bend sinister. Mantling — Dexter
side, or and sable ; sinister side, gules and sable. Crest —
Out of a coronet between two eagle's wings displayed, the
dexter per bend or and sable, the sinister per bend sinister
gules and or, a cubit arm prop-r, habited sable, decorated
with gold, the thumb and first finger raised, the other
fingers closed. Motto — " Propriis alis."]

Son of Sir Hubert von Herkomer, Knt. Bach., D.C. L.

(Hon.) Oxon., Hon. LL.D. (Camb.), C.V.O., R.A.,

b. 1849; d. 1914; tn. 1st, 1874, Anna (d. 1883), d. of

Albert Weise of Berlin ; 2nd, Lulu (d. 1885), d. of

T. Griffiths of Ruthin, N. Wales; 3rd, Margaret,

another d. of T. Griffiths of Ruthin : —

Siegfried Hubert Herkomer, Esq., b. 1874; m - lst - 1900,

Eugenia (d. 1905), d. of Dr. J. Leon Williams ; 2nd, 1911,

Evelyn, widow of W. H. Wilson of Southport. Res. —

34 Addison Avenue, Holland Park, W. n.

VON HAUPT-McLEOD (H. Coll.). Or, a Moor's
head couped proper, ornamented with earrings of the
first, jewelled argent, and a collar of pearls proper, on
a chief azure, a ducal coronet of the first. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath or and azure, in

front of a pair of wings conjoined in base sable, two
fasces in saltire proper. Motto — " Virtute et fidelitate."
Livery — Blue, with chocolate collar and cuffs.

Only son of William Von Haupt (a descendant of

Von Haupt of Homburg, who was ennobled by

Letters Patent from Ludwig II, Grand Duke of

Hesse, dated 20 Nov. 1841), m. 1877, Jessie Oman

Gunn, of Thurso, N.B. : —

Albert Reginald Von Haupt-McLeod, Esq., M.D.,

CM. (Tor.), Com. Order of the Hospital of St. John of

Jerusalem in England, sometime Capt. and Hon. Maj.

A.I.F., and Capt. R.A.M.C., Hon. Magistrate New South

Wales, assumed the additional surname of McLeod by

Deed Poll, b. 1880; m. 1915, Dora Lillian, d. of George

Marsland, of Leeds, Yorks. ; and has issue — Douglas Karl

Gunn Von Haupt-McLeod, Gentleman, b. 1924 ;

Roderick Albrecht Gunn Von Haupt-McLeod, Gentleman,

b. 1928. Res. — Artarmon, N.S.W., Australia. Address

— T. and G. Building, Elizabeth Street, Sydney, N.S.W.




VON PEYER (Granted by the Emperor Rudolf II,
5 May 1581. Pedigree recorded and arms certified at
Vienna 25 Oct. 1887. Recorded H. Coll.). Azure, three
lozenges, conjoined in bend or. Mantling azure and or.
Crest— Out of a coronet a demi-man without arms proper,
habited azure, and charged across the breast with three
lozenges as in the arms, on his head a long cap also azure,
the brim or, the collar also or.

Sons of Everard Charles von Peyer, Gentleman, of
Newent Court, Glos., b. 1852 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1892, Edith
Mabel, d. of Thomas Starkey of Heatherton Park, nr.
Taunton : —

Everard Esme" Vivian de Peyer (formerly von Peyer),
B.A. Oxon., b. 1899; m - x 9 2 4> Edith Mary, d. of Walter
Bartlett, of Brondeshury, N. ; and has issue— Gervase Alan
de Peyer, Gentleman, b. 1926 ; and Deirdre Yolande.
Res. — 80 Fitrjohn's Avenue, Hampstead, N.W.3. Club —

Charles Hubert Sebastian de Peyer (formerly von Peyer),
b. 1905. Res. — Chesterfield, Meads, Eastbourne.

Eric Clarence Evelyn de Peyer (formerly von Peyer),
b. 1906.

VON STIEGLITZ. Per pale or and argent, in the
dexter a bird proper standing on a branch of thistle issuing
out of the sinister base vert, in the sinister on a triple
mount in base of the last an eagle displayed regardant
gules, ducally crowned, armed and beaked of the first, hold-
ing in the beak a sprig of three thistles azure. Mantling
vert and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, out of a

ducal coronet or, an arm in armour embowed, the hand
grasping a sword all proper between two wings expanded, the
dexter per fesse argent and gules, the sinister per fesse gules
and argent. Motto — " Spes mea in Deo."

Sons of Edgar Boyne von Stieglitz, Gentleman, of
Wambo, Brisbane, Queensland, b. 1846; d. 1918 ;
tn. Eleanor Beatrice, nie Thomson : — ■

Edgar Walter Thomson von Stieglitz, Gentleman,
b. 1882. Res. — Hillcrest, Redland Bay, Queensland.

Francis Lewis Altmor Thomson (formerly von Stieglitz),
Gentleman, b. 1883 ; m. Flora Anne, d. of James Perry,
of Stourbridge, England ; and has issue — Edgar James
Thomson, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; William Lewis Wilfrid
Thomson, Gentleman, b. 1927 ; and Margaret Doreen.
Res. — Studley, Mount Abundance, Queensland.

Leslie Oscar von Stieglitz, Gentleman, b. 1887; m. 1925,
Lily Elizabeth, d. of W. J. Walton, of Brisbane. Res. —
Wivenhoe, Nelia, N. Queensland.

Aubrey Friedrich Rudolf Thomson (formerly von Stieglitz) ,
Gentleman, M.M., b. 1891 ; m. 1917, Estelle, d. of George
Comrie Smith, Glasgow ; and has issue — Peter Boyne
Thomson, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; George Comrie Thomson,
Gentleman, b. 1920 ; and Joan Beatrice. Res. — Eight Mile
Plains, Brisbane.

Chelmers Roy St. Clair von Stieglitz, Gentleman,
A.A.C.I., b. 1895 ; m. 1922, Mary Edna Violet, eld. d. of
Frederick Walter Carter, of Brisbane ; and has issue —
Sylvia Mary ; and Annette Vera. Res. ■ — Clay field , Brisbane,

VOULES (H. Coll). Sable, a roebuck's head caboshed
ensigned with a rose or, a chief of the last fretty of
the field. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, in front of a lion's head affrontee proper,
a rose gules, barbed and seeded proper, between two
fleurs-de-lys or. Motto — " Fidendo sed agendo."

Son of Sir Gordon Blennerhassett Voules, of Hams-
lade, Porchester Road, Bournemouth, b. 1839 ;
d. 1924 ; m. 1866, Frances Cotton, d- of James
Minchin : —
Sir Francis Minchin Voules, Knt. Bach. (1921), C.B.E.
(1920), Knt. of Grace of the Ven. Order of the Hospital of
St. John of Jerusalem, b. 1867 ; m. 1893, Isabel Janet, d.
of A. H. Kennedy ; and has issue — Kathleen Agnes [m.
1916, Lieut. Aubrey Newbold, R.N. (</. 1924). Res. —
Orchard House, Kensington, W.14. Clubs — City, Reform,

Gentleman ; assumed by Royal Licence the additional
surname and arms of Simcoe 1899. Born Jan. 24, 1851,
being the eldest son of the late John Nicholson Vowler of
Parnacott, co. Devon, by his wife Mary Northcote, second
dau. and in her issue a coheir of the late Rev. Henry
Addington Simcoe of Penheale Manor, co. Cornwall, of
Wolford Lodge, co. Devon, and of Old Court, co. Here-
ford, Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. Oxon., Vicar of Eglos-
kerry-with-Tremaine, co. Cornwall. Armorial bearings
— Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, a fesse wavy ermine between
two stars of twelve points in chief and a cannon fesse-
wise in base or (for Simcoe) ; 2 and 3, per chevron gules
and sable, three cross crosslets chevronwise between as
many crescents all argent (for Vowler). Mantling azure
and argent. Crests— 1 on a wreath of the colours, out
of a naval crown or, a demi-sea-lion proper, holding in his
forefin a dagger erect argent, pommel and hilt gold, and
on his shoulder a rose gules, barbed and seeded proper
(for Simcoe) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, issuant from
the battlements of a tower argent, a demi-lion gules, hold-
ing in the dexter paw a cross crosslet, and resting the
sinister on a decrescent, both also argent (for Vowler)).
Motto — "Non sibi sed patriae." Livery — Blue, white
collar and cuffs. Estate— Parnacott, Holsworthy, S. Devon.
Club — Windham.





and D.L. Bom Feb. 27, 1840, being the second son
of John Waddingham, by his wife Margaret Wilkinson,
dau. of James Wilkinson. Armorial bearings — Azure, a
fessej between in chief two stags' attires, and in base an

unicorn passant argent, in chief a crescent or for cadency,
impaling the arms of Davies, namely, quarterly, or and
gules, a dragon rampant counterchanged, holding in its
dexter claw a spear proper. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert,
a stag's head caboshed proper, between the attires a rose
argent, barbed and seeded also proper. Motto — " Pro-
spicio." Livery — Blue, with white piping, silver buttons
with stag's head caboshed and rose between horns.
Married, Dec. 13, 1883, Sarah (d. 1910), d. of James
Davies, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Seat — Hafod, near
Aberystwyth. Club — New University.

WADDINGTON. Quarterly, r. argent, on a (esse sable
between three fleurs-de-lys azure, a lion passant or (Wad-
dington, n Dec. 1788) ; 2. argent, a cinquefoil azure, on a
chief gules, two crosses fiory vair (Ferrand, Vns. Yorks.);
3. argent, a chevron azure between three fountains (Sykes,
11 Dec. 1788) ; 4. or, on a chevron sable, between three
stags' heads erased proper, an acorn slipped and leaved
(Rigmaiden, 11 Dec. 1788). Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm embowed
proper, holding a battleaxe in bend the handle or, the
blade argent, charged with a fleur-de-lys as in the arms.
Motto — " Redde suum cuique." Livery — Dove colour,
light blue facings.

Sons of Horace Waddington, Gentleman, Barrister-
at-Law, late one of H.M. Inspectors of Schools,
b. 1834 ; d. ; by 1st wife m. 1863, Adelaide Mary

(d. 1896), d. of late David Thomas, Esq., J. P., of
Pwllywrach, Glamorgan : —
Horace Penderel Waddington, Gentleman, b. 1865.
Postal address —

Evelyn de Burgh Waddington, Gentleman, b. 1869.

JOHN WADDINGTON, Esquire, one of H.M. Lieuts.
for the City of London, Justice of the Peace for cos. Sussex
and Yorks. (High Sheriff Sussex 1909). Born April 5, 1855,
being the eldest surviving son of John Waddington of
Clarendon House, Leeds (son of Richard Waddington, Balks
House, Wortley, near Leeds), by his wife Mary Anne, dau.
of William Sugden of Bradford, Yorks. Armorial bear-
ings — Per pale argent and gules, a fesse between two
fleurs-de-lys in chief, and a battleaxe fessewise in base,
blade upwards, and head to the sinister, all counter-
changed. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a dexter arm embowed, holding in
the hand a tilting-spear in bend, and a battleaxie in bend
sinister, all proper, the hand surmounted by a fleur-de-lys
gules. Motto — "Pro recto semper." Livery — Light drab

and red facings. Married 1879, Evaline, dau. of George
Shenton of Perth, Western Australia, and sister of Sir George
Shenton ; and has Issue — Albert Edward John Wad-
dington, Gentleman, b. Nov. 9, 1883 [m. 1907, Mary Theresa,
d. of Sir George Shenton of Perth, W.A. ; and has issue —
Rupert John Shenton Waddington, Gentleman, b. 1908;
John Noel Waddington, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; Ida Annie
and Gladys Victoria [m. 1914, Devereux John Tollemache,
son of Hon. Ranulph CarteretTollemache]. Residences —
Waddington Old Hall, co. Yorks. ; 19 Brunswick Terrace,
Hove, Sussex. Club — Royal Automobile.

WADDY. Argent, a bend between a crescent in chief
and a mullet in base gules. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a naked arm embowed
proper, grasping a sword argent, pommelled and hiked or.
Motto — " Ob ducem ob patriam."

Sons of Richard Anderson Waddy, Esq , of Morpeth,

N.S. W. , and Clougheast Castle, co. Wexford, b. 1844 ;

d. 1918 ; m. 1870, Elizabeth Ann, d. of the late J.

Edward Stacy, M.D., F.R.C.S., of Newcastle,

N.S.W. :—
Rev. Percival Stacy Waddy, M.A. (Oxon. and Sydney,
N.S.W.). formerly Fellow of St. Paul's College, Sydney,
C.F. (Aust.)), formerly Archdeacon of Palestine, Chaplain
of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem,
b. 1875 ; m. 1901, Etheldred, d. of Rev. John Spittal, and
has issue — (1) Richard Patteson Stacy Waddy, Gentleman,
b. 1904 ; (2) Bernard Broughton Waddy, Gentleman, b.





J 9 IX I (3) Lawrence Heber Waddy, Gentleman, b. 1914 ;

Hilda; and Charis. Res. — Wimbledon. Club — Junior

Army and Navy.

Edgar Lloyd Waddy, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Rev. Ernest Frederick Waddy, Clerk in Holy Orders,

b. . Res. — Rugby School, Rugby.

Richard Granville Waddy, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

WADE (U.O.). Azure, a saltire argent, in chief the
Star of Runjeet Sing proper, in the flanks and base an
escallop or. Mantling azure and argent. Crest - On a
wreath of the colours, an arm embowed in armour, the hand
grasping a straight sword, from the blade the Star of the
Durannee Empire pendent, all proper. Motto — " Pro fide
et patria."

Only son of Sir Claude Martine Wade, b. 1794 ; d.
1861 ; m. : —

Claude FitzRoy Wade, Esq., Barr.-at-Law, Clerk of Assize
North-Eastern Circuit, b. . Res. — Rockwells, Fountain

Road, Norwood. S. E. Post. add. — 2 Dr. Johnson's Build-
ings, Temple, E.C.

WADE (U.O.). Azure, on asaltire between four escallops
or, a dragon's head erased gules, gorged with a bar gemel
argent. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of
the colours, an arm in armour, embowed, the hand grasping
a sword all proper, the arm charged with an escallop gules.
Motto—' ' Pro fide et patria."
Son of : —

Surgeon-General Frederick William Wade, L. R. C.S.I. ,
b. . Res —

WADE-GERY of Bushmead (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1
and 4, gules, two bars argent, each charged with three mascles
ol the field, on a canton or, a leopard's face azure (Gery,
Vn. Beds. 1634, and Vn. Leics. 23 March 1681); 2 and 3,
ermine, a saltire argent, charged with a battleaxe sable be-
tween four escallops or (Wade). Mantling gules and argent.
Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the colours, an antelope's head

erased quarterly, argent and sable, charged with four mascles
counterchanged (Gery) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, on
a mount vert, a rhinoceros proper, charged with a battle-
axe sable (for Wade). Motto — "Mentis honestae gloria."
Livery — Brown coat turned up with yellow, waistcoat black
and yellow vertical stripes.

Son of William Hugh Wade-Gery, Gentleman, h. 1832 ;

d. 1917 ; m. 1862, Rebecca, d. of the late John

Hardwicke : —
Richard Wade-Gery, Gentleman, b. 1865 ; m. 1894,
Margaret Hogarth, younger d. of John Morrison, and has
issue — William Robertson Wade-Gery, Gentleman, b. 1901 ;
Roderick Ian Wade-Gery, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; Hester
Margaret, and Christiana. Seat— Bushmead Priory, St.

Son of Hugh Wade-Gery, Gentleman, b. 1836 ; d. 1915 ;
m. : —

— Wade-Gery, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Sons of Arthur Staunton Wade-Gery, Gentleman, of
Campton Grange, Beds., 6. 1844; d. 1919; m. 1872,

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