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WINTHROP (H. Coll., confirmed Wm. Detrecht,
1592). Argent, three chevronels gules, over all a lion
rampant sable, armed and langued azure. Mantling



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gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a



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hare proper, running on a mount vert. Motto — " Spes
vincit thronum."

Only son of Buchanan Winthrop, Gentleman, b.

1841 ; d, 1900; m. 1872, Sarah Helen, d. of Isaac

Townsend : —
Henry Rogers Winthrop, Esq., D.S.O., C.S.C., A.B.
Yale, Lt.-Col. M.I.R.C, U.S.A., b. 1876 ; m. 1905, Alice
Woodward, d. of Henry Denison Babcock ; and has
issue — Alice. Res. — East Woods, Woodbury, New York ;
122, East 78th Street, New York City. Clubs — St. James's,
Knickerbocker, University, and Piping Rock (New York).

Sons of Robert Winthrop, Gentleman, of 38 East

37th Street, New York, b. 1833 ; d. 1892 ; m. 1859,

Kate Wilson, d. of Moses Taylor of 122 Fifth

Avenue, New York : —
Grenville Lindall Winthrop, Gentleman, 6.1864. Res. —
Groton Place, Lenox, Mass., U.S.A.

Frederic Bayard Winthrop, Gentleman, b. 1868 ; m.
1st, 1903, Dorothy {d. 1907), d. of Charles Walter Amory,
of Boston ; 2nd, 191 1, Sarah, d. of Nathaniel Thayer, of
Boston ; and has issue (by 1st marriage) — Robert
Winthrop, Gentleman, b. 1904 [m. 1928, Theodore, eld.
d. of Charles Fanning Ayer of Boston, Mass.] ; Frederic
Winthrop, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; and Dorothy ; (by 2nd
marriage) — Nathaniel Thayer Winthrop, Gentleman, b.
1912. Res. — Groton House, Hamilton, Mass. ; 299
Berkeley Street, Boston, Mass. Clubs — Knickerbocker
(New York), Somerset (Boston).

Beekman Winthrop, Gentleman, b. 1874. Res. —
Groton Farms, Westbury, Long Island, New York.

WIRGMAN (H. Coll. 1840). Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure,
between two estoiles in fesse argent, a figure representing
Justice, vested of the last, in the dexter hand a sword erect
proper, and in the sinister a pair of scales or (Wirgman) ;
2 and 3, or, a lion rampant gules, on a chief engrailed vert,
three anchors of the field (Russell). Mantling azure and
argent. CreBt— On a wreath of the colours, a dove wings
expanded, in the beak an olive-branch all proper, charged
on the body with an anchor and on each of the wings
with an estoile sable. Motto — "Veritas."

Son of Thomas Ernest Wirgman, Gentleman, b. 1834 ;

d. 1907 ; m. 1873, Mary, d. of Owen William Williams,

M.D.: —
Charles Wynn Wirgman, Esq., T.D., M.D., B.S.,
F.R.C.S. , served in Great War as Capt. and Brev. Major
R.A.M.C. 1914-19, b. 1875; m. 1920, Beryl Annie Mabert,
d. of Edward William Fleming Stiven, M.D. ; and has issue
— Ronald Ernest Wirgman, Gentleman, b. 1921 ; Edward
Ian Wirgman, Gentleman, b. 1928 ; and Estelle Mary.
Res. — White Hall, Hemingford Abbots, Hunts. ; 10 Victoria
Grove, Kensington, W.8.



Sons of Edward Francis Wirgman, b. 1851 ; d. 1907
m. Mary, d. of Rev. L. Buckwell, M.A. : —

Edward Leighton Wirgman, Gentleman, b. 1003.
Res —

Henry Royston Wirgman, Gentleman, b. 1905. Res. —
Son of Lt.-Col. Theodore Wirgman, LL.B., Barrister-
at-Law, b. ; d. 1885 ; m. 1858, Mina, d. of P. H.

Muntz, M.P. :—

Reginald Arthur Wirgman, Gentleman, b. 1862. Res. —

WISDEN (H. Coll.). Per fesse gules and argent, a pale
with three falcons close, belled and jessed, two and one,
and as many quatrefoils, one and two all counterchanged.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of




the colours, a falcon close, belled and jessed argent, hold-
ing in beak a trefoil slipped vert, between two roses gules,
leaved and slipped proper. Motto — "Virtus invicta
gloriosa. "

Sons of Lt.-Col. Thomas Faulconer Wisden, Esq., J. P.
and D.L. Sussex (High Sheriff 1887), b. 1835 ; d. 1904 ;
m. 1st, March i860, Caroline Anna (d. 1869), ygst. d.
and coh. of Lt.-Col. Cornelius Cuyler Philip Mair of
Bognor ; 2nd, 1872, Edith Isabel (The Priory, West
Tarring, Worthing), d. of Robert Moseley Thomas of
Aberkerry, nr. Aberystwith : —
Thomas Faulconer Mair Wisden, Esq., Major 2nd Batt.
Royal Sussex Regt. , b. 27 Nov. 1866. Postal address—
c/o Cox & Co. , 6 Pall Mall, S. W.

W — J. Wisden, Gentleman, b. 1868. Res. — Frant,
Tunbridge Wells.

Lyon H. F. Wisden, Gentleman, b. 1882. Res. —
A. V. Wisden, Gentleman, b. 1887. Res.— The Priory,.
West Lancing, nr. Worthing.

WISE (H. Coll.). Argent, three chevronels per pale
gules and sable, between four fleurs-de-lys, three in chief
and one in base of the last. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a Cornish chough
proper, charged with three chevronels or, holding in the
beak three trefoils slipped vert, and resting the dexter claw
on afleur-de-lys or.

Son of Samuel Wise of the North Lodge, Ripon,

b. • d. ; m. : —

Francis Dickson Wise, Esq., J. P., and formerly Clerk of
the Peace for the Liberty of Ripon, and Registrar of Ripon



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Diocese, 6. 1842; m. 1891, Mary Ellen, eld. d. of late
Thomas Dugdale of Cross Hill, Blackburn. Res. — The Red
House, Palace Road, Ripon. Club — Constitutional.

WISE (H. Coll., 1720). Sable, three chevronels ermine,
between as many adders erect or. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion
rampant argent, holding in the paw a rose-branch proper,
in the mouth a snake vulnerating him in the shoulder and
entwined about the body vert. Motto — " Conserva me
Domine." Livery — Drab, green collar and cuffs, green and
white striped waistcoat, silver buttons.

Son of Henry Christopher Wise, Esq., of Woodcote,
J. P., D.L., M.P. for South Warwickshire, and Major
Warwicksh. Yeo. Cav.,£. 1806; d. 1882; m. 1st, 1828,
Harriet, d. of Sir Gray Skipwith, 3rd Bart. ; 2nd, 1863,
Jane Harriet, d. of Sir Edward Cromwell Disbrowe,
G.C.G.:—
Henry Edward Disbrowe Disbrowe-Wise, Esq., C.B.E. ,
J.P. Derbyshire and Staffs., Lt.-Col. (ret.) 3rd Batt. Sher-
wood Foresters, b. 1868 ; assumed by Deed Poll 1919, the
additional surname of Disbrowe ; m. 1896, Katharine Mary,
eld. d. of T. Levett Prinsep of Croxall Hall, Derbyshire.
Res. — Walton Hall, Burton-on-Trent. Club — Carlton.

WISE (H. Coll.). Gules, a harp or, over all three
chevronels ermine. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant gules, grasping
in the dexter paw a mace in bend over the shoulder or.
Son of William Macoboy Wise : —

George Wise, Gentleman, b. 1850 ; m. , Agnes Amelia

(d. 1923), d. of James Kilpatrick of Dublin ; and has issue —
Cyril Raymond Wise, Esq., M.C., served Great War as
Capt. The Border Regt. (desp. , M.C.), b. [m. Berthe,

d. of Pastre of (Res. — Collygra, Gunnedah,

N.S.W.)] ; Lillian Cranwell [m. , William Hoskins, and

d. 1927, leaving issue] ; Ellen Murray [m. , Haddon

Richards, and has issue] ; Edna Kilpatrick ; Mabel Jackson
[m. , Hon. William Robson, M.L.C.]; Irene Evange-

line [m. 1912, Hon. James Borthwick, and has issue];
Ruby Alice Elizabeth ; and Ethel Isabel. Postal add. —
c/o Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, George Street,
Sydney.

WISEMAN (H. Coll.). Per chevron sable and gules,
on a chevron invected ermine, between two cronels in chief
argent and a fieur-de-lys in base or, two arrows chevron-
wise points upwards, proper. Mantling sable and argent.



a trefoil slipped, and in front of them an a fleur-de-lys all

or. Motto — " Sapit qui Deo sapit."

Sons of William Thomas Wiseman, Gentleman, D.D.,
LL.D. (Dip. 1893, U.S.A.), Member of the British
Chronological and Astronomical Association, Pres. of
the 60th century British-Ephraim Coll. and British-
Israel Bible Mission, Author of various literary essays,
lectures, reviews, poems, &c, F. R.G.S. (Life Fellow),
F.B.P. , Member of the Royal Society of Arts (1899),
Editor of "The British Ecclesia" (1905) and "The
British-Israel Ecclesia" (1907), b. 1837; d. 1911 ; m.
1st, 1858, Ellen Eugenie (deceased), fifth d. of the late
John Atkinson ; 2nd, 1900, Catherine Home: —
William Wiseman, Gentleman, b. 1859. Post. add. —

Canfield, 10 Knollys Road, Streatham, S.W.

Walter Stanley Wiseman, Gentleman, b. 1874 ; m. 1899,.

Emily, youngest d. of the late James Bartlett ; and has

issue — Two sons and two daus.

WISEMAN of Canfield Hall. Sable, a chevron ermine,

between three cronels argent. Mantling sable and

argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a castle

triple-towered or, port open argent, out of the top a

demi-Moor issuant armed proper, in his dexter hand a dart

argent, barbed and flighted or, in his sinister a Roman

target of the last. Motto — " Sapit qui Deo sapit."

Son of Sir William Wiseman, 9th Bart., b. 1845 ;

d. 1893; m. 1878, Sarah Elizabeth (d. 1925), d. of

Lewis Langworthy, of Ellesmere, Putney : —

Sir William George Eden Wiseman, C.B., C.M.G., 10th
Bart. (29 Aug. 1628), of Canfield Hall, Essex, Capt. late
Duke of Cornwall's L.I., b. 1885 ; m. 1908, Marjorie
Florence, d. of Rev. George Sams, Rector of Emberton,.
Bucks.; and has issue — Marjorie Honor; Margaret; Rose-
mary. Res. — New York. Clubs — Athenaeum, Garrick,
Brooks's.

WITHAM (Vn. Yorks., 1584). Quarterly, 1 and 14, or, a
bendlet gules between three eaglets close sable (Witham) ; 2,
perfesse argent and gules (Wawton) ; 3. argent, on a fesse
gules, between three popinjays vert, collared and membered
of the second, as many escallops (Thweng) ; 4. argent, a
chevron gules between three popinjays vert (Cliffe) ; 5
argent, a chevron sable between three cross crosslets gules
(Wycliffe) ; 6. argent, on a chevron sable, three stags'
heads caboshed of the field (Ellerton) ; 7. azure, three bars
gemelle and a chief or, a canton gules for difference (Mes-
nill) ; 8. argent, on a fesse engrailed sable, three quatrefoils
or (Catterick) ; 9. chequy argent and sable, a bordure gules.





Crest — On a wreath of the colours, the battlements of a
tower argent, issuant therefrom a demi-man affrontee
proper, vested, holding in the dexter hand two arrows in
saltire, points downwards, and resting the sinister hand on



(Catterick) : 10. argent, a bend between six martlets sable,
a crescent for difference (Tempest) ; 11. quarterly, argent
and gules, in the first quarter a mullet sable (Massey) ; 12.
argent, on a bend sable, three covered cups of the field
(Rixton) ; 13. argent, a squirrel sejant gules, cracking a nut



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oroper (Horton). Mantling gules and or. Crest— Out of
a ducal coronet or, a demi-woman, her hair dishevelled
proper, in her dexter hand a gem-ring or. Blotto —
" Optime merenti."

Son of Robert Shaw James Maxwell-Witham (formerly

Witham), Esq., J. P., D.L., of Kirkconnell House, co.

Kirkcudbright, b. 1819 ; d. 1893; m. 1843, Dorothy

Mary, d. and h. of James Maxwell of Kirkconnell: —
Col. James Kirkconnell Maxwell-Witham, C.M.G. ,
J. P. and D.L. co. Kirkcudbright, J. P. co. Dumfries, late Col.
3rd Batt. K.O.S.B. [Arms — Quarterly, 1 and 4, Witham;
2 and 3, quarterly i. and iiii., argent, an eagle displayed
sable, beaked and membered gules, on its breast an
escutcheon of the first charged with a saltire of the second
(Maxwell); ii. and iii. , azure, two crosiers addorsed in
saltire and in chief a mitre or (Kirkconnel)], b. 1848.
Seat — Kirkconnell House, New Abbey, co. Kirkcudbright.
Club— Raleigh.

Son of Sir Charles Witham, Knt., R.N., b. 1791 ; d.

1853; m. 1829, Jane, d. of John Hoy of Stoke-by-

Nayland : —
John Davey Witham, Esq., b. 1839; m. 1877, Harriet,
•d. of T. Dutton of Queensland. Australia. Res. — Sydney,
N.S.W.

WITTENHAM, Baron, see FABER.

WITTS (H. Coll., 1769). Vert, three hares courant
proper. Mantling vert and argent. Crest — A wreath or
and vert, on a mount of corn, springing proper, an
eagle displayed, having in its beak a sprig of broom. Motto
— •' Ante obitum nemo Felix." Livery — Green.

Sons of Rev. Francis Edward Broome Witts, of Upper
Slaughter Manor, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Upper
Slaughter, Rural Dean of Stow and Hon. Canon of
Gloucester, b. 1840; d. ; »z. 1875, Margaret Hole,

d. of Rev. George Drinkwater Bourne, M.A., J. P.,
D. L. , Hon. Canon of Gloucester Cathedral : —
Edward Francis Broome Witts, Esq., D.S.O. , J. P. co.
Gloucester, Major late Gloucester Regt., served in South
African War, and Great War, 1914-19 (desp. , D.S.O.),
b. 1879. Seat — Upper Slaughter Manor, Gloucester.
George Bourne Witts, Gentleman, b. 1883. Res. —
John Travel Witts, Gentleman, Lieut. 2nd Vol. Batt.
Gloucester Regt., b. 1885. Res. —

Frank Hole Witts, Esq., D.S.O., M.C., Major and Brev.
Lt.-Col. Irish Gds., served Great War (desp., D.S.O. ,
M.C.), b. 1887; m. 1919, Ruth Leonide, d. of Harold
Brocklebank. Res. —

Frederick Vavasour Broome Witts, Esq., C.B.E., D.S.O.,
M.C., Major and Brev. Lt.-Col. R.E., served Great War
1915-18 (desp. three times), has Croix de Guerre , b. 1889 ; m.
1929, Alice, d. of A. E. Wrigley, Esq., J. P., of Wyck Hill
House, co. Gloucester. Clubs — Bath, R.A. C, Army and
Navy.

Son of Rev. Edward Francis Witts, M.A., J.P., D.L.,

b. 1813 ; d. 1886 ; m. 1837, Sophia, d. of Rev. R. F."

Vavasour :■ —

George Backhouse Witts, Esq., C.E., C.C., J. P. co.

Gloucester, b. 1846; m. 1878, Sybil Catherine, only child

of Richard Holdsworth of The Elms, Eastwoodhey, Hants.,

and widow of M. W. Vavasour ; and has issue — Sybil

Holdsworth. Res. —

Son of , b. ; m. : —

Broome Lake Witts, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Australia.

WODEHOUSE. Sable, a chevron or, euttee-de-sang,
"between three cinquefoils ermine. Mantling sable and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm
■couped and erect vested argent and grasping a club in
bend sinister or. Supporters — Two wild men, wreathed
about the loins proper, each holding in his exterior hand
a club raised in the attitude of striking sable. Mottoes
— "Agincourt " ; and over the crest, " Frappe fort."

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir John Wodehouse, rst Earl of
Kimberley, K.G., P.C., b. 1826; d. 1902 ; m. 1847,
Lady Florence FitzGibbon, C.I. (d. 1895), eld. d. and
co-heir of 3rd and last Earl of Clare : —
Rt. Hon. Sir John Wodehouse, 2nd Earl of Ki mD erley
Norfolk (1 June 1866), Baron Wodehouse, of Kimberlev
(26 Oct. 1797). and a Bart. (29 June 1611) J P'
Norfolk, b. 1848 ; m. 1875, Isabel Geraldine Id 1027) d'
of Sir Henry Stracey, 5th Bart. ; and has surv issue—
J°£ n W? d ehouse, commonly called Lord Wodehouse,
C.B.E., M.C., J.P. Norfolk, Capt. (ret.) 16th Lancers,



Asst.-Private Sec. to Chancellor of Exchequer since 1924,
b. 1883 [m. 1922, Frances Margaret, d. of the late Lt.-Col.
Leonard Howard Irby ; and has i c =ue — Hon. John
Wodehouse, b. 1924 (Res. — 23 Park Street, W.i. Club
— Bath)] ; and Lady Isabel. Seats — Kimberley House,
Wymondham, Norfolk ; Arwenack Manor House, Fal-
mouth. Clubs — National Liberal, Bath.

WODEHOUSE of Woolmers Park (Vn. of Staffordshire
1663, H. Coll.). Gules, a cross or between twelve cross
crosslets of the second. Mantling gules and or. Crest —
On a ducal coronet or, a cross crosslet argent. Motto —
" In hoc signo."

Son of William Herbert Wodehouse, Esq. , of Woolmers
Park, Herts., J.P. and D.L. co. Herts., and J.P. co.
Stafford, b. 1815 ; d 1903 ; m. 1838, Helena Sarah
Charlotte, eld. d. and co-h. of Sir Charles Oakeley,
2nd Bart.: —
Charles Edward Wodehouse, Esq., J.P. and C.A. co.
Herts., M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1856 ; m. 1881, Eva Priscilla, d. of
late David Bradley ; and has had issue — (1) Sydney Herbert
Wodehouse, Gentleman, Lieut. Bedford Regt., b. 1882;
killed in action 1917; (2) Evelyn Charles Bradley Wode-
house, Gentleman, Lieut. Bedford Regt., b. 1885; killed
in action 1917 ; (3) Francis Oakeley Wodehouse, Gentleman,
b. 1886; (4) Percy George Wodehouse, Gentleman, b. 1888;
(5) Charles Reid Wodehouse, Gentleman, b. 1899; (6)
Frederick Guy de Picquigny Wodehouse, Gentleman,
b. 1899 ; ar »d Eva Mary [m. 1908, Robert Montgomery
Birch Parker]. Seal — WoolmersPark, nr. Hertford. Club —
Athenasum.

WODEHOUSE. Sable, a chevron or, gutt6e-de-sang,
between three cinquefoils ermine. Mantling sable and or.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm couped
below the elbow, vested argent, and grasping a club or ;
and over it the Motto, "Frappe fort."

Sons of Henry Ernest Wodehouse, Esq., C.M.G. ,
Police Magistrate and Member of the Executive
Council, Hong-Kong, b. 1845; d. 1929; m. 1877,
Eleanor, dau. of the late Rev. J. Bathurst Deane,
Rector of St. Helen's, Bishopsgate, London: —

Philip Peveril John Wodehouse, Esq., CLE., Dept.
Supt. of Police Hong-Kong, b. 1877 : m - 1920, Laura,
d. of the late Rev. X. Peel Massey, and widow of Dr. H.
Macfarlane. Res. — Police Headquarters, Hong-Kong.
Club — Royal Societies.

Ernest Armine Wodehouse, Gentleman, sometime Pro-
fessor Central Hindu College, Benares, b. 1879; m. 1919,
Nella, d. of P. Harnett, and has issue — Patrick Armine
Wodehduse, Gentleman, b. 1920. Res. —

Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, Gentleman, b. i88r ; m.
1914, Ethel, widow of the late Leonard Rowley, of Dee
Bank, Cheshire. Res. — 7 Norfolk Street, Park Lane, W.
Club — Garrick.

Richard Lancelot Deane Wodehouse, Gentleman, b.
1892; m. 1925, Katherine, d. of W. Wallace Cook, O.B.E.
Res. — Oakley, Merstham, Surrey.

General Sir JOSCELINE HENEAGE WODE-
HOUSE, G.C.B. (1913), C.M.G. (1890), late Royal
Artillery. Born 1852, being the son of Vice-Admiral
George Wodehouse, by his wife Eleanor Charlotte, dau.
of Andrew Mortimer Drummond. Armorial bearings —
Sable, a chevron or, guttee-de-sang, between three cinque-
foils ermine. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a dexter cubit arm vested argent, and grasp-
ing a club in bend sinister or. Mottoes — "Frappe fort"
(over the crest); "Agincourt" (below arms). Married,
1st, 1885, Constance (d. 1886), dau. of General Sir Charles
D'Aguilar, G.C.B. ; 2nd, 1902, Mary Joyce, dau. of E. S.
Wilmot Sitwell of Stainsby, Derbyshire ; and has issue —
Armine George Wodehouse, Esq., Lieutenant 8th Hussars,
b. 1904. Res. — Dormans, Greenhill Road, Farnham.

FRANCIS WILLIAM NICHOLAS WOGAN-
BROWNE, Esquire, Col. late Comdg. 3rd King's Own
Hussars. Born Feb. 17, 1854, being the eldest son of the late
Francis Browne of Castle Browne, Major 7th Hungarian
Hussars, Austrian service, by his wife Charlotte, dau. of Gen.
Baron de Keredern de Trobriand of the French army. Armo-
rial bearings— Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, a chevron between
three cranes argent (for Browne) ; 2. per pale ermine and
gules, a saltire counterchanged (for Stephens) ; 3. or, on a
chief sable, three martlets of the field (for Wogan). Mant-
ling sable and argent. Crest- On a wreath of the colours,



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an heraldic tiger azure, rnaned, tufted and armed or. Motto
— " Qui non ciconia tigris. " Married, Aug. 11, 1879, Beda,
third dau. of J. Costello of Fox Hall, co. Dublin ; and has
surv. issue — John Hubert Wogan-Browne, Gentleman, b.
1896; Mary Charlotte Anna [m. 1905, Major Alfred Mait-
land Addison]; Judith Helen [m. 1913, Edward Hain,
only son of Sir Edward Hain] ; and Claire Ren6e. Res. —
Keredern, Naas, co. Kildare.

WOLFF(H. Coll.). Vert, a wolf courant proper, between
four escallops, three in chief and one in base or. Mantling
vert and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a mount
in front of a demi-wolf proper, charged on the shoulder
with an escallop or, and supporting with the sinister leg
an escutcheon vert, thereon an escallop also or. Motto —
" Res non verba."

Sons of Arnold Holford Wolff, Gentleman, of Whalley
Range, Manchester, b. 1834; d. 1880; m. 1872, Jean
Johnston Crawford, Edinburgh : —
Arnold Johnston Wolff, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. R.E.
<ret.), served S. Africa 1899-1902 (Queen's Medal 3 clasps,
King's Medal 2 clasps), Great War 1914-16 (despatches),
b. 1873; m. 1905, Nora Gladys, d. of Dr. W. H. Piatt, of
Hampstead. Res. — Sandiheyes, Bitterne Park, South-
ampton.

Ernest Charteris Holford Wolff, Esq., C.M.G., B.A.
(Oxon.), Malayan Civil Service (ret.), British Resident
Negri Sembilan 1924-8, b. 1875 ; m. 19 11, Mary Lilias, d. of
the late Rev. John Alison, D.D., Edinburgh. ./?«.— Fair
Oak Lodge, Fair Oak, Hants.

WOLFE (Confd. U.O. 30 Sept., 1893). Argent, on a
chevron between three wolves' heads erased sable, as many
bezants, each charged with a cross moline of the second.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, a wolf's head erased sable, charged with a bezant,
thereon a cross moline of the first. Motto — " Lupus non
lepus."

Son of Rev. Richard Robbins Wolfe, M.A., T.C.D.

and Oxon., Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral, b. 1819 ;

m. 1848, Louisa Ann, d. of Thomas Benson Pease of

Chapelallerton Hall, Yorkshire, formerly of Darlington,

Durham : —
Walter Proudfoot Wolfe, Gentleman, b. 1862. Res.—
Babbacombe, S. Devon.

Only son of Gerald Harvie Wolfe, Esq., late Capt.

Cheshire Regt., of Newton, Cheshire, b. 1859; d. 1915;

m. 1887, Mary Louisa, d. of Richard Bryans, of

Birkenhead : —
Gerald Bryans Wolfe, Esq., Capt. late R.F.A., served
Great War (despatches), b. 1887 ; m. 1918, Elizabeth Sophia
Frances, only d. of Arthur Conolly Gage Heygate, Esq., of
Eton College, and Keyhaven, Hants. ; and has issue —
Gerald David Heygate Wolfe, Gentleman, b. 1926. Res. —
Tile House, Farnham Royal, Bucks. Club — Cavendish.

WOLFE-BARRY (R.L. for Name Feb. 1898). Or,
three bars gemel azure, over all a pale invected ermine,
thereon a portcullis with chains sable. Mantling azure and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a gryphon gules,
wings elevated and addorsed, barry of six or and azure,
in its mouth a rose argent, leaved and slipped proper,
resting the dexter claw on a portcullis as in the arms.
Motto — " Boutezan avant."

Sons of Sir fohn Wolfe Wolfe-Barry, K.C.B. (1897),

LL.D.Past Pres. Inst. C.E..F.R.S., Lt.-Col. Engineer

and Railway Vol. Staff, D.L. co. of London, b. 1836 ;

d. 1918 ; m. 1874, Rosalind G. , dau. of the Rev. E. E.

Rovvsell, Rector of Hambledon, Surrey: —

Bernard John Wolfe Wolfe- Barry, Esq., O.B.E., Barrister-

at-Law, b. 1877 ; m. 1899, Gertrude Emily, d. of T. R. Allt.

Res. — 4 Chantry House, Eccleston Street, S.W.

Kenneth Alfred Wolfe-Barry, Esq., O.B.E., b. 1879;
m. 1902, Helen Mary Strain. Res. — 4 Chelsea Embank-
ment Gardens, S.W. 3.

Alexander Edward Wolfe-Barry, Esq., b. 1882 ; m. 1913,
Gertrude Edith Taylor. Res. — Westergate House, Wester-
gate, Aldingbourne, Sussex.

Eric Gordon Wolfe- Barry, Esq., b. 1886 ; m. 191 1, Mary
Underwood, d. of J. W. Whitelaw. Res. — Westward,
Hook Heath, Woking.

WOLFERSTON, see PIPE-WOLFERSTON.

WOLLASTON (H. Coll., 1610). Argent, three mullets
sable, pierced of the field. Mantling sable and argent.



Crest — On a wreath of the colours, issuant from a mural
crown or, a demi-griffin segreant argent, holding a mullet
as in the arms. Motto — " Ne quid falsi."

Son of Frederick Wollaston of Shenton Hall, Major
6th Inniskilling Dragoons, J. P. and D.L. (High
Sheriff 1856), b. 1804; d. 1879; m. 1850, Josette Eliza
Jane, only child and heiress cf Adm. Sir Alexander
Dundas Arbuthnott, R.N., Gentleman of the Privy
Chamber to the Queen: —
Frederick Eustace Arbuthnott Wollaston, Esq., J. P. and
D.L., formerly Lieut. 2nd Dragoon Guards, b. 1853; m.
1877, Annie, d. of Thomas Hargreaves of Arborfield,
Reading; and has had issue — (1) Frederick Hargreaves
Arbuthnott Wollaston, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. Rifle Brig.,
b. 1879 ; killed in action 1918 ; (2) Hubert Charles Wollaston,
Esq., Capt. 5th Batt. The Sherwood Foresters, b. 1890;
(3) John William Wollaston, Esq., Capt. Seaforth High-
landers, b. 1895; and Violet Cicely Kathleen [m. 1909,
Major Douglas Clifton Brown, late King's Dragoon Gds.].
Res. — Shenton Hall, Nuneaton. Club — Naval and Military.
Son of Capt. Edward Ottley Wollaston, H.E.I.C.S.,
b. 1820 ; d. 1892 ; m. , Lucy Sarah, d. of Rev. G.

Uppleby, Vicar of Barton-upon-Humber: —
Henry Uppleby Wollaston, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Son of Alexander Luard Wollaston, b. 1804; d. ;

m. 1837, Susannah Charlotte, d. of William Morris of
Berbice : —
George Hyde Wollaston, Gentleman, b. 1844. Res.—
Son of Henry Francis Wollaston of Southsea, co.
Southampton, b. 1803; d. 1876; m. 1839, Elizabeth,
d. of Oliver Naylor of the Audit and Excise Office: —
Frederick Henry Wollaston, Gentleman, b. 1841 ; m.
1884, Georgina Lizzie (d. 1903), d. of Staff-Capt. George
James Hodges, R.N. Res. —

Son of Sir Arthur Naylor Wollaston, K.C.I.E., J. P.

co. Kent, Registrar and Superintendent of Records at

India Office from 1898-1906, b. 1842 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1873,



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