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Mary Elizabeth, d. of John Midgley of Colne, Lan-

Esquire, Patron of the Living, and Lord of the Manor
of Hauxwell, J.P. (1894) N.R. Yorks., Lt.-Col. Middlesex
Regt. (retired). Born 1847; died 1929, being the son of the
late Colonel Hamlet C. Wade-Dalton (who assumed by
Royal Licence the additional surname of Dalton in pur-
suance of the testamentary injunction of his wife's aunt,
Miss Anne Gale of Hauxwell Hall), by his wife Mary, eldest
dau. of Colonel Foster Lechmere Coore of Scruton, co.
Yorks., and granddaughter of Francis Dalton, Esq. Armorial
bearings — Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, crusilly or, a lion ram-
pant guardant argent, a chief nebuly of four of the last and
sable (Dalton) ; 2 and 3, azure, on a saltire indented between
four escallops or, an escallop of the field, a canton of the
second, charged with a mullet of six points pierced of the
first (Wade). Mantling azure and or. Crests— 1. on a
wreath of the colours, a dragon's head couped vert, wings
elevated or, gorged with a collar nebuly gold ; 2. on a
wreath of the colours, a dexter arm embowed in armour
proper, garnished or, holding in the gauntlet a sword also
proper, pommel and hilt gold, and pendent from the gauntlet
by a chain also gold, an escutcheon azure, charged with an
escallop also or. Seat — Hauxwell Hall, Constable Burun,
N. R. Yorks.

WADE PALMER (R.L. 1900, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1
and 4, azure, a talbot's head erased argent, in chief two
mullets or, all within a bordure counter-compony of the
third and first, and (for distinction) in the centre chief point
a cross crosslet or (for Palmer) ; 2 and 3, azure, on a saltire
between four escallops or, a dragon's head erased gules,
gorged with a bar gemel argent (for Wade). Mantling
azure and argent. Crests 1. on a wreath of the colours,
three mullets fessewise azure, in front of a talbot's head
erased argent, charged on the neck (for distinction) with a
cross crosslet also azure (for Palmer) ; 2. on a wreath ot
the colours, an arm in armour embowed, the hand grasping
a sword all proper, the arm charged with an escallop gules
(for Wade). Motto — " Pro Deo et rege."

Sons of Fairfax Blomfield Wade-Palmer, Esq., J. P.,
F.R.I.B.A., of Holme Park, Sonning, Berks., b. 1851 ;
d. 1919 ; m. 1877, Harriet Ruth, elder dau. and coh.
of the late Robert Ruthven Pym, Esq., of Devonshire
Place, London, J.P. and D.L. co. of Middlesex and
J.P. co. of Berks, (fifth son of Francis Pym of the
Hasells, Beds. , by his wife Lady Jane Leslie Melville) : —
Robert Reginald Fairfax Wade-Palmer, Esq., Oxford-
shire Hussars Yeo., b. Oct. 14, 1878 ; m. 1909, Iris Harriet
Helena (who obtained a divorce 1922), younger d. of Sir
Francis Salway Winnington, 5th Bart. Res. — Hurst Lodge,

Aubrey Nugent Wade-Palmer, Esq., T. D. , Capt. late
Notts. Yeo., b. 1882 ; m. 1st, 1906, Lady Eleanor Charlotte
Augusta (who obtained a divorce 1920), yst. d. of 3rd
Earl of Dartrey ; and has issue — Barbara Madeline;
and Isme Ruth ; 2nd, 1926, Nora Mabel, d. of Henry
Edward Bugg, of Harleston, Norfolk. Res. — Scole Inn,
Diss, Norfolk.

WAECHTER of Ramsnest, Chiddingfold, Surrey (H.
Coll., 1911). Azure, in base a wall embattled, thereon a
crane, holding in the dexter claw a stone, all proper, in
chief two roses, barbed vert, and seeded or. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, uj on
a rock proper, a crane holding a stone as in the arms.

Sons of Sir Harry Waechter, 1st Bart., C.M.G., D.L.
for London, High Sheriff for Surrey 191 1, HighSteward
of Guildford 1912, MA. Trinity College (Cambridge),
Lieut, late 20th Batt. London Regt., late Hon. Col.
5/92nd R.F.A. Ter. London Bde. .served Great War
1915-19, b. 1871 ; d. 1929; m. 1911, Josephine (who
obtained a divorce 1924), only d. of the late John
D'Arcy of Corbetstown, Westmeath : —
Sir Henry Leonard D'Arcy Waechter, 2nd Bart. (1911),
b. 191 2. Res. —Arlington Estates, Salisbury, S. Rhodesia.
Tohn D'Arcy Waechter, Esq., b. 191c;.




WAILES-FAIRBAIRN (R,L, 10 March 1902). Quar-
terly, 1 and 4, argent, on a chevron between three boars' heads
couped gules, three bezants (Fairnbairn, 1839) ; 2 and 3, per
fesse gules and sable, a stork argent, in chief three spurs,
rowels upward, leathered or (Wailes). Mantling gules and
argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of his liveries, a dexter cubit
arm holding in the hand the worm of a lever-screw in bend
all proper (Fairbairn); 2. on a wreath of the colours, two
spurs interlaced, rowels upward, and leathered or, between
as many wings proper, each charged with a quatrefoil
azure. Motto — " Ne cede arduis. " Livery — Dark chocolate,
red facings.

Son of William Wailes of Bath, formerly of Leeds; b.

1829 ; m. 1859, Elizabeth Yorstoun, eld. d. of Sir Peter

Fairbairn of Leeds : —
William Fairbairn Wailes-Fairbairn, Esq., D.L. , J. P. West
Riding of Yorkshire, M.A. (Cantab.), Capt, Derbysh. Imp.
Yeo., MajorS. Notts. Yeo. 1914-22, £. 1861 ; assumed by
R.L. 1902, the additional arms and surname of Fairbairn ;
m. 1892, Katherine Lilian, d. of George Alderson Smith,
of Wheat croft Cliff, Scarborough ; and has issue — (1) Neville
William Fairbairn Wailes-Fairbairn, Esq., Capt. Yorks.
Hussar Yeo., b. 1892 [m. 1916, Margeretta, d. of George
K. H. Brutton, of Hong-Kong; and has issue— Andrew
George Wailes-Fairbairn, Gentleman, b. 1927; and Diana
Joan] ; Dorothy Lilian \m. 1916, Anthony Milburn, of
Rufforth Hall, York; and has issue]; and Hilda Lorna
\_m. 1925, Capt. J. Johnstone, D.L.I.]. Seat — Askbam
Grange, York. Clubs— Boodle's, Devonshire.

WAKE. Or, two bars gules, in chief three torteaux.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a knot (commonly called the Wake knot).
Motto—" Vigila et ora."

Sons of Sir Herewald Wake, 12th Bart., b. 1852 ;
d. 1916 ; m. 1874, Catherine {Res. — The Manor
House, Weston Turville, Aylesbury), d. of Sir
Edward St. Aubyn, 1st Bart., of St. Michael's
Mount : —
Sir Hereward Wake, 13th Bart. (5 Dec. 1621), C.M.G.,
D.S.O., of Courteenhall, co. Northampton, D.L., J. P.
Northants., Col. comdg. 162nd (E.M.) Bde. T. A., served
S. Africa and Great War, Brig.-Gen. 1917-1919, comdg.
4th Batt. K.R.R.C. 1920-23, Comdr. Legion of Honour,
and Crown of Italy, R. Humane Society's Medal,
b. 1876 ; m. 1912, Margaret Winifred, d. of Robert Henry
Benson, Esq., J. P., of Buckhurst, Sussex ; and has
issue — Hereward Wake, Esq., b. 1916 ; Roger Wake,
Esq., b. 1918; Peter Wake, Esq., b. 1921 ; Margaret;
Diana ; Patricia ; and Mary. Seat — Courteenhall, North-
ampton. Club — Brooks's.

Godwin Rupert Wake, Esq., Major (ret.) K.R.R.C,
served S. Africa and Great War, b. 1879. Res. —

St. Aubyn Baldwin Wake, Esq., Capt. R.N., Order
St. Anne (Russia), served Great War, Naval Attache at
Buenos Aires since 1927, b. 1882. Res. —

Fourth son of Sir William Wake, nth Bart., b. 1823 ;
d. 1865 ; m. 1844, Margaret Anne (d. 1866), d. of
Henry Fricker, of Southampton : —
Thomas Herbert Drury Wake, Esq., b. 1862. Res. —
Sons of Adm. Charles Wake, b. 1824 ; d. 1890 ; m. i860,
Emma (d. 1920), d. of Sir Edward St. Aubyn,
1st Bart. :—
Charles St. Aubyn Wake, Esq., C.M.G., Major Suffolk
Regt. , late Royal Irish Rifles and 3rd Batt. Devon Regt.,
b. i8bi. Res.—

Edward St. Aubyn Wake, Esq., C.M.G., Col. late
comdg. 21st Batt. Middx. Regt., served Burmah 1885-6
(medal and clasp), Samana 1897 (desp. , medal, and two
clasps), and Great War, b. 1862 ; m. 1913, Vera Cecilia, d.
of the late Francis Johnston, of Dunsdale, Westerham,
Kent ; and has issue — Hugh Wake, Gentleman, b. 1916.
Res. — Exeleigh House, Tiverton, N. Devon. Club —

Admiral Sir Drury St. Aubyn Wake, K.C.I.E., C.B. ,
R.N. (ret.), served Egypt (medal and clasp), and Great
War (desp., C.B., C.I.E., K.C.I.E.), has Order of the
Medijie (5th class), Humane Soc. Medal, Order SS.
Maurice and Lazarus, Order St. Vladimir of Russia (4th
class), b. 1863; m. 1896, Edith Rose Mary, d. of the late
Rev. T. W. Boyce ; and has had issue — Charles Baldwin
Drury Wake, Esq. ,2nd Lieut. K.R.R.C, b. 1897 ; killed
in action 1918. Res.— 78 Victoria Road, Clapham Common,
S.W.4. Club — United Service.

Only son of Hugh St. Aubyn Wake, Esq., M.V.O.,
Major Ind. Army, b. 1870; killed in action 1914 ;

in. 1899, Kathleen Mary, d. of Lt.-Col. G. E. Grigg, of
Ouselea, Bedford : —
Hugh Edward William Wake, Gentleman, b. iqoo

WAKEFIELD (H. Coll.). Or, a chevron vert, between in
chief two roses gules, barbed and seeded proper, and in
base a cross couped of the third. Mantling vert and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, between two elephants'
tusks erect argent, a wyvern sans legs gules. Supporters
On the dexter side a lion or, charged on the shoulder with
a wreath of laurel proper, tied with a riband gules ; and
on the sinister side an eagle, wings endorsed and inverted
also or, charged with a like wreath. Badge — A sprig of
rhododendron proper, enfiled with a baron's coronet or.
Motto — " Vigilans et audax."

Son of John Wakefield of Cheshire and Mary Cheers : —

Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Cheers Wakefield, C.B.E. (mil.),
1st Baron Wakefield of Hythe (1930), 1st Bart. (16 Feb.
1917), Kt. Bachelor (1908), J. P. Kent, J. P. and D.L. Lon-
don, Sheriff City of London 1907-8, Lord Mayor 1915-16,
one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of London, and Alder-
man for Bread Street Ward, Pres. Roy. Hospitals of Bride-
well and Bethlem, Hon. Col. London Bde. R.G.A. (T.A.),
and 2nd Batt. Roy. Fus. (City of London Regt.), Knt. of
Justice of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem
in England, b. 1859 ; m. 1888, Sarah Frances, Dame of Grace
of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in
England, d. of John Graham. Res. — Hythe, Kent.
Clubs — Royal Societies, Royal Automobile.

His Honour Judge JOHN WAKELY, M.A., K.C,
J. P. and D.L. King's Co., J. P. and County Court Judge for
Counties Roscommon and Sligo. Born 1861, eldest son of
late John Wakely, late of Bally burly, Edenberry, King's Co. ,
Esq.,M.A., J. P. and D.L., b. 1820; d. 1896; m. 1853, Mary
Catherine, dau. of the Rev. Richard George, Rector of Kents-
town, co. Meath. Armorial bearings (U.O., 1627)— Gules,
a chevron between three cross crosslets argent, on a chief
of the second, a stag's head caboshed of the first.
Livery — Dark blue. Married, July 31, 1888, Rebecca
Low Montserrat (d. 1923), eldest dau. of the Rev.
Morgan Jellett, LL.D., Rector of St. Peter's and Canon ot

Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin ; and has Issue — Nina
Catherine ; Raby Clare Jellett ; Olive Ivan Montserrat.
Estate — Ballyburly, King's Co. Postal add. — Ballyburly,
Edenderry, King's Co. Club— University (Dublin).

WAKEMAN. Paly wavy of six vert and argent, a
saltire engrailed ermine. Mantling vert and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, between two
palm-branches proper, a lion's head erased argent,
vomiting flames, gorged with a collar engrailed and
cottised vert, and charged with three ermine spots or.




Mottoes— "Nee temere nee timide " ; " Tout sans faillir et
sans lucre." Livery— White coat with green facings and
cuffs, silver lace and buttons, and green plu?h breeches.
Son of Sir Offley Wakeman, 3rd Bart., of Perdiswell,
co. Worcs., M.A..D.L., J.P..C.A. (High Sheriff 1887)
co. Shropshire, b. 1850 ; d. 1929 ; tn. 1885, Catherine
Mary (d. 1925), d. of Sir Charles Henry Rouse- Bough-
ton, nth Bart., of Lawford Hall : —
Sir Offley Wakeman, 4th Bart., of Perdiswell (Feb. 20,
1828), M.A. (Oxon.), Capt. Reserve of Officers Grenadier
Guards, late Scots Gds., A.D.C. to Governor of New
South Wales 1914, and to Viceroy of India 1917-18, b.
1887 ; tn. 1920, Winifred Annie (d. 1924), d. of Lt.-Col. C.
R. Prideaux-Brune of Prideaux Place, Cornwall, and has
issue — Offley David Wakeman, Esq., b. 1922. Seats —
Yeaton-Peverey, Shrewsbury ; Rorrington Lodge, Chirbury,
co. Salop. Res. — 7 Southwick Street, W.2.

WALCOT, formerly of Bitterley Court and Walcot
Hall, Salop (H. Coll., Vn. Salop 1621). Quarterly,
1 and 4, argent, a chevron between three chess-rooks
ermines ; 2 and 3, argent, on a cross flory azure, five
fieurs-de-lys or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— Out
of a ducal coronet or, a buffalo's head erased argent, ducally
gorged gold. Motto — " Nullius in verba magistri."

Son of Owen Charles Bampfylde Walcot, Esq., J. P.

co. Salop, Capt. 4th Batt. (Mil.) Worcestershire Regt.,

Patron of Bitterley, b. 1846 ; d. 1906 ; tn. 1869, Charlotte

Mary, second d. of J. O. Halliwell-Phillipps, F.R.S.,

and grand-dau. of Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart., of

Middlehill :—

John Owen Halliwell Walcot, Gentleman, B.A., served

in S. Africa 1900-1, b. 1873 ; tn. 1906, Victoria Mary, d. of

late Rev. Robert James Roberts of Kuper Island, B.C. ;

and has issue— Charles Dashwood Walcot. Gentleman,

b. 1913; Edith; and Ruth. Estate — Weston Subedge,

Gloucestershire. Res. — The Yews, Salt Spring Island,

British Columbia.

Son of Charles Thomas Walcot, Gentleman, Com-
missariat Staff, b. 1821 ; d. 1911; m. 1847, Fanny,
eldest d. of Rev. Agar Adamson, D.U., Chaplain of
the Hon. the Legislative Council of Canada : —
Charles William Agar Walcot, Gentleman, b. 1858.

WALDEGRAVE (H. Coll.). Per pale argent and gules,
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Out of a ducal
coronet or, a plume of ostrich feathers per pale as the
arms. Mottoes — " Passes avant " ; " Ccelum nonanimum."

Son of William Frederick Waldegrave, Esq. , commonly

called Viscount Chewton, b. 1816; d.v.p. 1854; tn.

1850, Frances, V.A. (Bedchamber Woman to Queen

Victoria), d. of Capt. John Bastard, R.N. : —
Rt. Hon. Sir William Frederick Waldegrave, 9th Earl
Waldegrave and Viscount Chewton (13 Sept. 1729), 10th
Baron Waldegrave of Chewton (20 Jan. 1685-6), 13th Bart.
(1 Aug. 1643), P.C., V.D. , J. P. and D.L. Somerset,
Westminster, and Middx., C.A. Somerset, Lt-Col. late 1st
London R.V. , Hon. Commnr. in Lunacy, a Lord-in-
Waiting 1886-92 and 1895-96, Capt. of Yeomen of Guard
1896-1906, M.A. (Camb.) [Supporters— Two talbots sable,
eared or, each gorged with a mural crown argent], b.
1851 ; tn. 1874, Lady Mary Dorothea Palmer, D.B.E., d.
of 1st Earl of Selborne ; and has issue — William Edward
Seymour Waldegrave, Esq., commonly called Viscount
Chewton, b. 1882 ; Lady Mary Wilfreda [tn. 1900, Rev.
Richard Aubrey Chichester Bevan (d. 1925)] ; and Lady
Laura Margaret [tn. 1st, 1899, Alfred Millington Knowles,
d. 1900; 2nd, 1904, Reginald Nicholson]. Seat — Chewton
Priory, Bath. Clubs — Carlton, Constitutional.

Hon. and Rev. Henry Noel Waldegrave, M.A. (Camb.),
Rector of Orchardleigh with Lullington 1912-26, b. 1854;
m. 1892, Anne Katharine, d. of Rev. William Pollexfen
Bastard ; and has issue — Geoffrey Noel Waldegrave, Esq. ,
b. 1905 ; Dorothy Caroline Frances [tn. 1915, Thomas Gran-
ville Randolph, M.C. , Capt. R.E.]; Irene Grace; Eliza-
beth Katherine [tn. 1918, George Algernon Randolph,
Lieut. R.A.F. ; and has issue] ; and Gabrielle Sophia
Annette. Res. — Rosslyn, Winchester.

Sons of Rev. Samuel Edmund Waldegrave, B.A.

(Camb.), Rector of Oborne, b. 1856; d. 1907; tn. 1886,

Alice, d. of Charles D. Millett :—
Rev. Samuel Charles Waldegrave, M.C, M.A. (Camb.),
late Lieut. 6th Batt. The Liverpool Regt., Temp. Chaplain
ot the Forces 1914-18, Hon. Chaplain since 1918, some-
time Warden of Birmingham City Union of Boys' and Girls'

Clubs, b. 1887; tn. 1918, Muriel, d. of Rev. Canon Edmund
McClure. Res. — Box 46, Buluwayo, S. Rhodesia.

Rev. George Turner Waldegrave, Hon. Chaplain, to
Missions to Seamen, Hong-Kong, formerly R. N., b. 1889.
Res. — 21 Praya East, Hong-Kong.

Frederick Arthur Waldegrave, Gentleman, b. 1892. Res.
— Poyntington, Sherborne, Dorset.

Sons of Rt. Hon. Granville Augustus William Walde-
grave, 3rd Baron Radstock, b. 1833 ; d. 1913 ; tn. 1858,
Susan Charlotte, d. of John Hales Calcraft of Remp-
stone : —
Rt. Hon. Granville George Waldegrave, C.B.E., 4th Baron
Radstock of Castle Town, Queen's Co. (Irel. , 29 Dec. 1800),
B.A. (Camb.) [Supporters — Dexter, a talbot regardant
sable, eared and gorged with a naval crown or ; sinister, an
eagle regardant, wings elevated, and holding in ihe dexter
claw a thunderbolt all proper. Motto — "St. Vincent"],
b. 1859. Res. — Mayfield, Woolston, Hants. Club —

Hon. Montegu Waldegrave, B.A. (Camb.), b. 1867; tn.
i8q8, Constance Marion, d. of late J. E. J. Brodie of Lethen,
Nairn ; and has issue — John Montagu Granville Walde-
grave, Esq., Sub-Lieut. R.N. , b. 1905; Esther Con-
stance ; and Elizabeth Alexandra Sophia. Res. — 48 Eaton
Place, S.W.i.



WALFORD (H. Coll.). Per pale gules and sable, on a
bend, between two hedgehogs argent, a fountain. Mant-
ling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
in front of a rising sun or, a dexter arm embowed proper,
vested above the elbow azure, the hand grasping an axe
in bend sinister also proper.

Son of William Walford, Gentleman, of Newbridge,

Wolverhampton, b. 1812 ; d. 1873; m. , Amelia

Higginson : —

William Walford, Gentleman,**. 1868; tn. 1895, Laura

Cooke, d. of Sir Rupert Alfred Kettle, Knt. , of Merridale,

Wolverhampton, County Court Judge ; and has issue — (1)

William Geoffrey Walford, Gentleman, b. 1896; (2)

Walford, Gentleman, b. ; (3) Walford, Gentle-

man, ft. ; and five daus. Res. — Glanmonnow, Garway,


WALKER (H. Coll.). Or, a saltire ermine, charged with

a stag's head erased proper, on a chief azure, a garb, be-
tween two mullets of six points of the field. Mantling




azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
cornucopia proper. Supporters — On the dexter side a
horse, and on the sinister side a stag proper, each charged
on the shoulder with a garb or. Badge — Upon a plate
chequy argent and azure, an oak-tree fructed issuant
from a mount, in front thereof a fox courant all proper.
Motto — " Cura et industria." Livery — Blue, yellow

Third son of Sir Andrew Barclay Walker, 1st Bart.,

of Gatacre, b. 1824 ; d. 1893 ; m. 1st, 1853, Eliza,

d. of John Reid of Limekilns, co. Fife : —

Rt. Hon. William Hall Walker, Baron Wavertree

(27 Oct. 1919) of Delamere, Cheshire, Hon. Col. R.E. and

R.A. (T.D.), D.L. cos. Lancaster and Derby, Officer of

the Order of the Hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem, M.P.

Widnes, 1900-19, b. 1856 ; m. 1896, Sophie Florence,

C.B.E., Dame of the Order of the Hosp. of St. John of

Jerusalem, d. of Algernon Brinsley Sheridan, Esq., D.L.,of

Frampton Court, Dorset. Seats — Sandy Brow, Tarpor-

ley, Cheshire ; Horsley Hall, Gresford, co. Denbigh.

Town res. — Sussex Lodge, Regent's Park, N.W. Clubs — -

Arthur's, Carlton, Marlborough, Jockey, R.Y.S., etc.

WALKER (H. Coll., 1835). Erminois, on a pile em-
battled azure, a mural crown charged with the word
"Badajoz" between two caltraps in pale or. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a mural crown or, encircled by
a wreath of laurel, an ostrich proper, resting the dexter foot
on a grenade fired all proper. Motto — " Nil desperandum."
Livery — Blue and yellow.

Eld. sons of Sir George Ferdinand Radzivill Forestier -
Walker, 2nd Bart., J. P. and D.L., b. 1825; d. 1896;
m. 1854, Hon. Fanny Henrietta Morgan, third d. of
the 1st Lord Tredegar : —
Sir George Ferdinand Forestier-Walker (q.v.).
Radzivill Frederick Forestier-Walker, Esq., b. 1856; m.
1894, Eva Laura (div. 1905), second d. of Col. Francis
Justice of Craig-yr-Hall, Cardiff; and has issue — Clive
Radzivill Forestier-Walker, Gentleman, late Lieut. R.E. ,
b. 1895. J? es - —

Sons of Ivor Augustus Forestier-Walker, Esq., of Ford
(3rd son of 2nd Bart.), b. i860; d. 1928; m. 1st, 1891,
Georgiana (d. 1910), d. of the late John Osborne,
Q.C. ; 2nd, 1912, Agnes Maud, d. of late Rev. Caleb
Baskett Mayhew of Arran, St. Albans: —
Alan Ivor Forestier-Walker, Gentleman, b. 1913. Res.
— Ford, Drewsteignton, Exeter.

Urbain Evelyn Forestier-Walker, Gentleman, b. 1915.
Yngr. sons of Sir George F. R. Forestier- Walker, 2nd
Bart. :—
Devereux Philip Forestier-Walker, Esq., formerly Capt.
Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt., b. 1864; m. 1896,
Isabella Constance, widow of Capt. C. W. Selwyn, and d.
of F. G. Dalgety of Lockerley Hall, Hants. ; and has issue
—Freda Gladys [m. 1921, William Henry Cartwright of
Victoria, B.C., and has issue]; and Honor Dorothy.
Res.— Fyfield House, Milton, Marlborough, Wilts. Club —
Naval and Military.

Sir Charles Leolin Forestier-Walker, K.B.E., M.P.
Monmouth since 1918, Commissioner Board of Control
since 1921, Forestry Commissioner since 1919, Welsh
Church Commissioner since 1921, J. P. co. Monmouth,
Knt. of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John
of Jerusalem, b. 1866; m. 1894, Alice, eld. d. of John
Blandy-Jenkins of Llanharan, Glamorgan, and Kingston
Bagpuize, Berks. ; and has issue — Rosemary [m. 1925,
John David Griffiths of Merthyr] ; and Daphne [m. 1922,
David Gavin Young, Welsh Guards; and has issue].
Seat — Park House, Rhiwderin, Monmouthshire. Clubs —
Wellington, Carlton.

Roland Stuart Forestier-Walker, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col.
comdg. Roy. Monmouth R.E. Mil. (S.R.), served S.
Africa and Great War (desp. twice, D.S.O.), b. 1871 ; m.
1st, 1904, Olive (div. 1918), d. of Ralph Thurston Bassett
of Crossways, Glamorgan ; 2nd, 1921, Norah, dau. of
Charles Nicholas Phipps of Chalcot, Wilts., and widow of
Sir John Fuller, 1st Bart. Res.— Cottles, Melksham,
Wilts. Club— Orleans.

Charles Evelyn Forestier-Walker, Esq., J. P. co. Gla-
morgan, b. 1875; m - T 9°S' Ada Llewelyn, ygst. d. of Col.
Robert Henry Mansel, D.L. , of Maindiff Court; and has
issue— (1) Evelyn Rodney Forestier-Walker, Gentleman, b.
1906; (2) Charles Jocelyn Forestier-Walker, Gentleman, b.
1912 ; (3) Robert Justyn Gwent Forestier-Walker, Gentle-
man, b. 1919. Res.— Brynhedydd, Newport, Monmouth-
shire. Club — Wellington.

Sons of Edniond Somerville Forestier Forestier-Walker ,

Esq., Lt.-Col. late R.A., b. i860; d. 1922; m. 1887,

Ellen Mary Camilla, d. of Major F. A. Fenton, Madras

Staff Corps : —

Edmond Alec Forestier-Walker, Esq., Major Tank

Corps, late Capt. Cheshire Regt., b. 1889; m. 1921,

Eileen de Renzy, d. of Col. O. H. Channer, late

I. M.S., of Fordingbridge, and has issue — Edmond Annes-

ley Forestier-Walker, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; Claude Osborne

Forestier-Walker, Gentleman, fi. 1924. Res. —

Claude Forestier-Walker, Esq., M.C. with Bar, Capt.
3rd Hussars, b. 1896 ; m. 1926, Agnes Nivison, d. of Sir
William Cotts, Bart., K.B.E. Res.— Castleton, Cardiff.
Sons of Maj. - Gen. George Edmund Lushington
Forestier-Walker, b. 1828 ; d. 1893 ; m. 1852, Camilla
Georgiana, d. of Maj. -Gen. J. Patrick Calder, R.E.: —
Maj. -Gen. Sir George Townshend Forestier Forestier-
Walker, K C.B., late R.A. , A.D.C. to the King 1907-15,
Brig. -Gen. General Staff, Irish Command 1912-14, and
General Staff 1914-15, Grand Commander Order of the
Redeemer (Greece), Commander Legion of Honour, b.
1866 ; m 1892, Lady Mary Liddell, d. of 2nd Earl of
Ravensworth ; and has surv. issue — Helen Mary Cecilia.
Jfes.—Ch'Me Okeford House, Blandford, Dorset. Club—

Claude Edward Forestier Forestier-Walker, Esq. .D.S.O. ,
Lt.-Col. R.A. (ret.), b. 1868; m. 1897, Ethel, d. of the
late Capt. Allix Wilkinson, 15th Regt. ; and has issue —
Claudine Forestier ; and Aura Camilla Desmond. Res. —
Duniston, Barham, Kent.

Son of Gen. Sir Frederick William Edward Forestier
Forestier-Walker, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., Knight of Grace
of St. John of Jerusalem, Grand Cross Mil. Order of
Merit, Spain,*. 1844; d. 1910; m. 1887, Mabel Louisa
Ross, ygst. d. of Col. A. E. Ross, late Northumber-
land Fus. : —
Ian Frederick Walter Forestier Forestier-Walker, Esq.
Lieut. Scots Gds., b. 1888. Post, add.— Grange, Waterloo-
ville, Hants.

WALKER (H. Coll.). Per fesse dancettee sable and
or, in chief two leopards' faces, and in base an annulet
counterchanged. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a

wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-Pegasus per

fesse dancettee or and sable, two annulets gold. Motto

'* Ambula in fide." p ,„.„ j

Fifth son of Henry Thomas Walker, of Willesden,

b. 1824 ; m. 1856 , Elizabeth, d. of George Harrow,

of Molesey :—

Augustus Walker, Gentleman, b. 1867 ; m. 1st, 1898,

Constance {d. 1921), d. of Rev. Henry West, Vicar of

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