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Adam : —

Henry Sheddon Baring Young, Esq., M.C. , Capt. late

R.A. , b. 1894; m. 1929, Eva Theodore, d. of the late

T. C. Maltby.

Charles Arthur Noel Young, Gentleman, 7>. 1899; m.
1923, Margery, d. of Dr. Maynard Pain, of Cairo; and has



issue — Charles Edward Christopher Young, Gentleman,
b. 1926 ; and 3 daus. Res. — Fairymead, Bundaberg,
Queensland.

Ernest Stafford Young, Gentleman, b. 1903.
Geoffrey Lawrence Young, Gentleman, b. 1910. Res. —
Fairymead, Bundaberg, Queensland.

Son of Adm. Horatio Beauman Young (son of Sir

Samuel Young, 1st Bart., and Emily Baring), Adm.

R.N., b. 1801;; d. 1879: tn. i860, Elizabeth, d. o:"

Samuel Pretor of Wyke House, Dorset : —

Alan Rowley Young, Gentleman, b. 1863; tn. 1903,

Isabel Louisa (d. 1917). d. of the late Col. James George,

Gordon Highlanders and 21st Lancers. Res. — Agnes Cross,

Horsted Keynes, Sussex.

Son of William* Jackson Young, Esq. (son of Sir

Samuel Young, 1st Bart., and Emily Baring), b. 1809;

d. 1848; tn. 1845, Annie, d. of Thomas Eaton: —

William Eaton Young, Esq., B.C.L., B.A. (Oxford),

J. P. Somerset, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1848 ; tn. 1st, 1874, Mary

Cecil Augusta (d. 1920), d. of Rev. Sir Cecil Bisshopp,

9th Bart. ; 2nd, 1927, Ethel, d. of W. F. Randall, of The

Triangle, Bath ; and hassurv. issue — (1) Cecil Digby Hillyar

Young, Gentleman, b. 1875. Res. — 3 Marlborough Lane,

Bath. CZJi^

YOUNG of Kingerby (H. Coll.). Per bend sinister
ermine and ermines, a lion rampant or, on a chief azure,
three crosses moline of the third. Mantling azure and or.




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Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a wolf sejant regardant
sable, holding between the paws a man's head affrontee
proper, crowned or. Motto — " Toujours jeune."

Sons of Bernard Joseph Young, Esq. , J.P. , of King! rby

and Richmond Park, Handsworth, Yorks. , b. 1844;

tn. 1867, Sarah Anne, d. of William Cadman of Cross

Hall, Wath-upon-Dearne : —
John Joseph Baldwin Young, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxon. ),
Lord of the Manor of Kingerby, b. 1868; tn. 1913, Mar-
garita, d. of John Patricius Chaworth Musters of Annesley
Park; and has issue — (1) Michael Francis Young, Gentle-
man, b. 1915 ; (2) Philip Mervyn Young, Gentleman,
b. 19 1 9 ; Patricia Mary ; and Margaret Anne. Seat —
Kingerby Hall, Lincoln. Res. — The Grange, Eckington,
Sheffield.

Bernard William Smelter Joseph Young, Gentleman,
b. 1869; tn. 1902, Edith, second d. of J. A. F. Aspinall ;
and has issue — (1) David Oswald Young, Gentleman, b.
1907; (2) Gerard Francis Young, Gentleman, b. 1910;
(3) Arthur Joseph Young, Gentleman, b. 1915; Agnes Mary;



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and Gertrude Marion. Res. — Richmond Park, Hands-
worth, Yorks.
Charles Townend Young, Gentleman, b. 1870. Res.—
George Joseph Y ung, Esq., Lt.-Col. I. M.S., r. 1872;
m. 1900, Mabel, d. of late Thomas Craigie Glover. Res. —
Belgaum, India.

James Wolstan Young, Gentleman, b. 1885. Post. add. —
c/o Grindlay & Co. , Bombay.

4th son of John Joseph Young, Esq., J. P. Lines, of
Claxby House, Claxby, Lines., b. 1812 ; d. 1893 ;
m. 1840, Margaret, d. of William Baldwin, of Man-
chester : —
Hugo Joseph Young, Esq., K.C. , Recorder of Lincoln
1905-21, and of Nottingham since 1921, Bencher of the
Inner Temple, b. 1847 ; m. 1875, Emma Fitzgerald (d. 1902),
only child of Thomas Davies of Chester ; and has had
iss.e— Arthur Tudor Trevor Fitzgerald Young, Gentleman,
b. 1877; and Alice Fitzgerald (d. 1923). Estate — Middle
Rasen, Lincolnshire. Res. — 35 Kensington Palace Man-
sions, De Vere Gardens, W.8. Chambers — 3 Paper Build-
ings, Temple, E.C. Clubs — Reform, County (Nottingham).

YOUNG of Eylesden (H. Coll.). Per pale vert and or,
on a bend engrailed with plain cottises ermine between
two escallops counterchanged, a fieur-de-lys between two
gryphons' heads erased of the first. Mantling vert and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a gryphon's head
erased per fesse vert and or, charged with two escallops in
pale counterchanged, the whole between as many fleurs-de-
lys or. Motto — ' ' Quo patria vocat.

Son of Henry Young, Esq., J. P., Bombay Civil Service,
b. 1809; d. 1869; m. 2nd, 1846, Marie Edith, second
d. of Baron de Lorentz: —
Col. Edward Archibald Young, J. P. Sussex, late I.S.
Corps, b. 1848 ; m. 1881, Cecile Maude, d. of F. S. Bocquet,
and has issue — (1) Edward de Lcrentz Young, Esq., Lt.-
Col. R.E. , b. 1882 [m. 1914, Mabel Prendergast, and has
issue — Anthony Edward Young, Gentleman, b. i()i4(Res. —
Simla, India)] ; (2) Keith de Lorentz Young, Esq., Major
3rd Cavalry I. A., b. 1889; Winifred Maud de Lorentz;
Dorothy Lilian de Lorentz ; Edith Cecile de Lorentz ; and
Hazel Marguerite. Res. — Wykeham Close, Steyning,
Sussex.

YOUNG of Galgorm (U.O.). Or, three piles sable, each
charged with a fountain. Mantling- sable and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect, charged
with a fountain , the hand grasping an arrow all proper.
Motto — " Press through."

Sons of Rt. Hon. John Young, P.C., J P. and D.L.,

M.A. (Dub.), of Galgorm Castle, b. 1826; d. 1915 ;

m. 1st, 1855, Grace Charlotte (d. 1876), second d. of

Lt.-Col. Patrick Savage; 2nd, 1878, Rose (d. 1834),

second d. of Alexander Miller of Ballycastle : —

Rt. Hon. William Robert Young, P.C., J. P., D.L. co.

Antrim, b. 1856; m 1893, Mary, d of Sir Francis

Macnaghten, Bart. ; and has issue — Hilda Grace [/«. 1924,

Arthur O'Neill Cubitt Chichester]. Seat — Galgorm Castle,

Ballymena.

Brig.-Gen. Henry George Young, C.I.E., D.S.O.,
Sergeant- at- Arms, Parliament of Northern Ireland, late
Indian Army, b. 1870 ; m. 1908, Adelaide Mary Glencairn,
d. of late Colin Glencairn Campbell ; and has issue —
Michael Harry Colin Young, Esq., /'. 191 2. Res. —
Skeffington Lodge, Antrim.

John William Alexander Young, Gentleman, b. 1873.
Res —
George Charles Gillespie Young, Gentleman, M.B. E.,

b. 1876 ; m. 1916, Henrietta, d. of the late

Livingstone. Res. — Glenagherty, Ballymena, co. Antrim.

YOUNG of Brockley Park (U.O.). Argent, three piles
sable, each charged with a rose or, on a chief engrailed
azure an annulet of the third. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect
proper, charged with an annulet or, the hand grasping an
arrow, point downwards, also proper. Motto— " Press
through."

Son of William Young, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Queen's

Co. (High Sheriff 1875), J. P. co. Galway, *. 1831 ; d.

1910; m. 1859, Margaret Emily, d. of William Kirk

of Tatham House, co. Durham: —
John William Young, Esq., of Brockley Park, J. P., D.L.
Queen's Co., B.A. (Trin. Coll., Oxon.), b. 1861. Seat—
Brockley Park, Stradbally, Queen's Co. Club— Sports'.



YOUNG (L.O., 1882). Argent, three piles sable, on a
chief azure, a cushion between two annulets or. Mantling




gules, doubled argent. Crest— Uponawreathof hisJiveries,

an anchor or. Motto — " Dum spiro spero."

Eld. son of John Kirkpatrick Young, Barrister-at-Law
of the Inner Temple, M.A. Oxon., b. 1857; d. 1924;
m. 1887, Anna McClean, eldest dau. and co-heiress of
the late Ralph Elliot, Esq. (eldest son of Sir George
Elliot, Bart.) I :—
William Wallace Young, Esq., B.A. (Oxon.), Capt. Rifle

Bde., b. 1889. Postal addf ess— $<$ Lexham Gardens, W.8.

YOUNG (L.O. , matric. Nov. 1904). Or, three piles
conjoined in point, in the dexter and sinister base points two
escallops sable, on a chief of the last, invected, a cinquefoil
argent, between two annulets of the field. Mantling sable,




doubled or. Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a dexter
hand grasping a lance proper. Motto — " Press through. '



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Son of late John Young of Gockston, and Wester

Fulwood, co. Renfrew, b. 1810; d. 1880; m. 1839,

Marion, d. of Robert Carruth of Nether Mains, Beith,

Ayrshire : —

John Young, Gentleman, b. 1845 ; m. 1880, Jessie Currie,

d. of John Graham of Rowanlea, Glasgow ; and has issue

— (1) John Graham Young, Gentleman,?. 1882 ; (2) William

Alexander Young, Gentleman, b. 1884; (3) Mungo Robert

Caruth Young, Gentleman, b. 1891. Clubs — Constitutional,

New (Glasgow).

YOUNG of Bailieborough (U.O., 24 July 1821). Argent,
three piles sable, each charged with a trefoil slipped or,
on a chief of the second, three annulets of the third.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a demi-lion rampant gules, charged en the shoulder
with a trefoil slipped or, the dexter paw grasping a naked
sword proper. Motto — " Robori prudentia praestat."

Son of Thomas Young, Esq. (son of Sir William Young

1st Bart., and Lucy Frederick), Bengal Civil Service,

b. 18 10; d. 1846; m. 1844, Mary J. Duncan, d. of

William Pitt Muston : —

Sir William Muston Need Young, 3rd Bart. (28 Aug.

1821), b. posthumous 1847 < m - I ^7°< Isabella, d. of John

Leach of Torrington ; and has had issue — (1) John Edgar

Harington Young, Esq., Capt. R.G.A., b. 1871, d. 1902

[m. 1896, Mildred Annie Ferrers, d. of T. Ferrers Guy

of Kensington, and had issue — John Ferrers Harington

Young, Esq., Lieut. 1st Batt. K.O. Lancaster Regt.,

b. 1897 ; killed in action 1916] ; (2) Cyril Roe Muston Young,

Esq., b. 1881 ; and Ella Louisa \m. 190^, Henry Reynolds.

Ph.D.]. Res.-

OWEN WALLER O'GRADY YOUNG, Esq., J. P. co.
Roscommon. Bom 1864, eldest son of late James Young,
Esq., J. P., of Harristown, by Grace Elizabeth, dau. of the
late Hon. Waller O'Grady of Castlegarde, co. Limerick.
Armorial bearings — Gules, on a fesse or, a trefoil vert, in
chief three lioncels rampant of the second. Mantling
gules and or ; and for his Crest, out of a ducal coronet or,
an ibex's head argent, horned and tufted gold, and charged
on the neck with a trefoil vert. Motto — " Victoria fortitudo
virtus." Seat — Harristown, Castlerea, co. Roscommon.

YOUNG (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, ermine, on
a bend between two eagles displayed sable, three griffins'
heads erased or (for Young) ; 2 and 3, per fesse gules




per pale gold and argent, seeded and slipped proper;
2. on a wreath of the colours, in water representing the
sea, an anchor erect sable, ring and stock or, the shank
entwined by a serpent proper. Motto — " Nullius in
verba." Livery — Dark blue, yellow facings.

Sons of Francis Young, Gentleman, Barrister-at -

Law, of 53 Ennismore Gardens, S.W., b. 1829 ;

d. 1914 ; m. 1864, Mary Hercy Blunt, d. of Frederick

Tyrrell, Surgeon, of St. Thomas's Hospital : —

Francis Henry Young, Esq., J. P., Sussex, Major (ret.),

R.A., b. 1865 ; m. 1899, Violet Mary, yngr. d. of Theophilus

H. Davies, of Honolulu and Tunbridge Wells, and has

issue — (1) Tyrrell Francis Young, Gentleman, b. 1905 ;

(2) Maris Theo Young, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; (3) Lovick

Paul Young, Gentleman, b. 191 1 ; (4) Stephen Naunton

Young, Gentleman, b. 1914 ; Alison Mary ; Jocelyn

Hope ; and Barbara Lois. Seat — Stillyans, Horeham

Road, E. Sussex. Clubs — Naval and Military, National.

Vivian Edward Young, Gentleman, b. 1866 ; m. 1900,

Florence Louey, d. of Sir Thomas Lea, 1st Bart., and

has issue — John Francis Young, Gentleman, b. 1903;

Walter Howlett Young, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; and

Elisabeth Mary. Res. — Shaftesbury House, Woking.

DENHOLM-YOUNG (L.O... Oct. 1919). Argent, three
piles sable, charged with three cranes' heads erased or, on a
chief of the second, three annulets of the third, a bordure




and argent, a pale counterchanged and three cross
crosslets fitchee two and one of the second, all within a
bordure gobony or and azure (for Waring). Mantling
sable and argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours,
a dragon couchant wings elevated gules, collared and
chain reflexed over the back or, in the mouth a rose



invected gules. Mantling sable, doubled argent. Crest —
On a wreath of his liveries, a demi-lion gules, armed and
langued azure, holding in its dexter paw a sword erect in
pale proper, hilted and pommelled or. Motto — " Robori
prudentia praestat."

Third son of Lt.-Col. Samuel Denholm Young, Indian

Army, of 10 Morningside Place, Edinburgh, b. 1820;

d. 1910; m. 1850, Margaret Jessie Adamson, d. of the

late Rev. E. Miller, M.A. :—
John Denholm-Young, Esq., b. 1863; m. 1S98, Mira, d.
of the late Major Edward Phillips, 8ih Hussars (Royal
Irish), and has issue— (1) Eric John Denholm-Young, Esq.,
Capt. 5th Bn. 13th Frontier Force Rifles, b. 1900 [tn. 1929,
Jean, only d. cf Lt.-Col. Roland Cecil Douglas Graham,,
D.S.O. , Royal Tank Corps]; (2) Noel Denholm-Young
Gentleman, M.A., B.Litt. (Oxon.), b. 1904; (3) Edward
Godfrey Denholm-Young, Gentleman, b. 1908. Club —
Edinburgh Academical Club (Edinburgh).

YOUNGER. Parted per saltire or and gules, a rose
counterchanged, in base a martlet sable on a chief azure
three coveied cups or. Mantling gules , doubled or. Crest
— Upon a wreath of his liveries, an armed leg couped at
the thigh proper, garnished and spurred or. Supporters —
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wolf argent, both armed and langued gules. Mottoes — In
an escroll over the Crest, " Celer et audax " ; and below the
arms, " Labentibus junior annis."

Eld. son of Rt. Hon. Sir George Younger, 1st Viscount

Younger, of Leckie, J. P. and D. L. forco. Clackmannan,

Lord Lieutenant of Stirlingshire, and M.P. for Ayr

Burghs 1906-22, b. 1851 ; d. 1929 ; m. 1879, Lucy

(d. 1921), younger dau. of Edward Smith, M.D. ,

F. R.S. , of Harley Street, London, and of Heanor Fall,

co. Derby, Medical Officer to the Local Government

Board : —

Rt. Hon. Sir James Younger, 2nd Viscount Younger of

Leckie (20 Feb. 1923), 2nd Bart. (12 July 1911), D.S.O.,

T.D., B.A. (Oxon.), D.L. co. Clackmannan, Lt.-Col. T.A.

Reserve, late Fife and Forfar Yeo. , b. 1880; /;:. 1906, Maud,

eld. dau. of Sir John Gilmour, Bart., and has issue — Hon.

Edward George Younger, Lieut. 7th Batt. Argyll and

Sutherland Highlanders, b. 1906 ; Hon. Kenneth Gilmour

Younger, b. 1908; Hon. Elizabeth Maud; Hon. Anne

Margaret. Seat — Leckie, Gargunnock, Stirlingshire.

YOUNGER (L.O., 1892). Or, on a bend engrailed
azure, between two martlets sable, three roses argent, barbed
and seeded vert, on a chief gules, a crescent between two
mullets of the first. Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest —







Upon a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand holding a lance
in bend proper. Motto — "Tout prest." Livery — Dark
blue and gold.

Sons of Henry Johnston Younger, Esq., of Benmore,

Kilmun, J. P., D.L., Commissioner of Supply, b. 1832;

d. 1913 ; by 1st wife, Emma (d. 1874), d. of Richard

Lowman : —
Harry George Younger, Gentleman, b. 1866 ; m. 1st,
1890, Annette Emily Berkeley {d. Jan. 1922), eldest dau. of
Major Charles Lewis Atterbury Farmar, late Royal Marines,
and has issue — John William Henry Berkeley Younger,
Gentleman, b. Sept. 1, 1895; and Gwendoline Atterbury;
2nd, Dec. 1922, Maud Maria, d. of the late John Kirk.
Seats — Benmore, Kilmun, co. Argyll; Kittoes, Bishop-
steignton, S. Devon. Clubs — Orleans, Bath ; University
{Edinburgh),

John Archibald Campbell Younger, Esq., Lt.-Col. R.A.
[Anns as above, but (matric. L.O.) the chief invected],
b. 1871. Res. — Brabveny Manor, co. Surrey.

Son of Henry Johnston Younger, Esq., by his 2nd

wife, m. 1876, Jane Edith (d. 1929), d. of T. Richardson,

of Wentworth House, Mill Hill : —
Charles Arthur Johnston Younger, Gentleman [Arms as
above, but (matric. L.O.) the chief indented], b. 1878.
Res. —



JAMES YOUNGER, Esq., of Mount Melville, in the
county of Fife, and of Arnsbrae, in the parish of
Alloa, co. Clackmannan. Born 1856, being the third
son of late James Younger, Brewer, of Alloa, by Janet his
wife, daughter of John M'Ewan, Shipowner, Alloa. Ar-
morial bearings (L.O. , 1895) — Parted per saltire or and
gules, a rose counterchanged, a martlet in base sable, on
a chief engrailed azure, three covered cups or. Upon the
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling gules, doubled or ; and upon a wreath of his
liveries is set for Crest, an armed leg couped at the thigh




proper, garnished and spurred or ; and in an escroll over
the same this Motto, "Celer et audax." Married, 1886,
Annie, d. of John T. Paton, of Norwood, Alloa, and has
Issue — James Paton Younger, Esq., Capt. 3rd Batt. Argyll
and Sutherland Highlanders, b. 1891 \_m. 1921, Rachel, d.
of Paul Waterhouse, of Yattendon Court, Berks., and has
issue — James Andrew Younger, Gentleman, b. 1924 [Res.
— Arnsbrae, Alloa, Fife)] ; and Dorothy Janet [m. 1919,
Major E. O. Rutter, late Wilts, Regt. , and has issue]. Seat
— Mount Melville, St. Andrews, Fife. Clubs— Boodle's,
New (Edinburgh).

Sir WILLIAM YOUNGER, 1st Bart. (t 4 Feb. 1911),
of Auchen Castle, co. Dumfries, J. P. for cos. Dumfries
and Leicester, M.P. for Stamford Div. of Lincolnshire
1895-1906, and for Peebles and Selkirk Jan.-Dec. 1910,
Major late T. F. Reserve, f; rmerlv Capt. Lanarksh. Yeo. ,
Major Notts. Imp. Yeo., and Lieut. 16th Lancers.
Born June 28, 1862, being the only son of the late
William Younger, Esquire, of Auchen Castle, J. P.,
Commissioner of Supply for the county of Dumfries, for-
merly Lieutenant Edinburgh Queen's Regiment of Light
Infantry Militia, by his wife Margaret, eldest daughter
of John Wyld Brown of Sydney, New South Wales.
Armorial bearings (L.O., 1892, in lieu of arms matric.
1880) — Or, on a bend azure, between two martlets sable,
three roses argent, barbed and seeded vert, on a chief
gules, a crescent between two mullets of the first. Upon
the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with
a Mantling azure, doubled or ; and upon a wreath of his
liveries is set for Crest, a dexter hand holding a lance in
bend proper. Motto— " Tout prest." Married, January
24, 1888, Helen Caroline Benyon (d. 1525), eldest daughter
of the late Colonel Sir Robert Gunter, 1st Bart., of
Wetherby Grange, in the county of Yorks. ; and has
had Issue— (1) William Robert Younger, Esq., late Diplo-
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1923), d. of Hon. Louis Vanden Bempde-Johnstone, and
has issue — William Anthony Younger, Esq., b. 1917;
John William Younger, Gentleman, b. 1920; Margaret
Elizabeth; and Diana Joan]; (2) John Malcolm Younger,
Esq., Capt. Coldstream Guards, b. 1889 ; accidentally
drowned 1918. Seat— Auchen Castle, Moffat, N. B. Clubs
— -Orleans, Brooks's, New (Edinburgh).

YOUNGER (L.O., 1892). Or, on a bend embattled
counter-embattled azure, between two martlets sable, three
roses argent, barbed and seeded vert, on a chief gules,




a crescent between two mullets of the first. Mantling
azure, doubled or. Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries,



a dexter hand holding a lance in bend proper. Motto —

"Tout prest."

Eldest son cf Juim Younger, Esq., Langshaw Bush,
Colonel late Royal Artillery, J. P. co. Dumfries, and
Hon. Col. West of Scotland R.F.A. (Special Reserve),
b. 1840 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1878, Caroline Isabella, fifth d.
of Major-General George Bucknal Shakespear, Royal
Artillery : —
Arthur Allan Shakespear Younger, Esq., D.S.O., Col.

R.A., b. 1881 ; m. 1918, Marjone Rhoda, d. if C. O.

Halliley, of Burnham, Scmerset, and has issue — 2 sens.

Res. — Langshaw Bush, Moffat, N.B. ; 3 Polwarth Terrace,

Edinburgh.

YPRES, Earl of, see FRENCH.

ANDREW BUCHANAN YUILLE, Gentleman. Born
1867, being the eldest son of the late Archibald Buchanan
Yuille, Gentleman, by his wife Janet Ritchie, eld. dau. of
Hubert Buchanan of Brandon Place, Glasgow. Armorial
bearing's — He bears for Arms : Argent, on a fesse between
three crescents sable, a garb or, banded gules. Upon the
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling 1 gules, doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of the
liveries is set for Crest, an ear of wheat proper. Motto -
" Numine et virtute." Postal address— 10 Atholl Gardens,
Newlands, Glasgow.

YULE of Hugli River (H. Coll.). Argent, a fesse,
between in chief a garb sable, between two crescents gules,
and in base a griffin segreant of the second. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in
front of a demi-griffin segreant or, a garb fessewise sable.
Badge — Two ears of wheat in saltire proper, enfiled by a
circlet or. Motto — " Bystrength and courage."
Son of David Yule of Edinburgh : —

The late Sir David Yule, 1st Bart., of Hugli River,
Calcutta, India (1922), Knt. Bach. (1912), Knight of Grace
of the Order of the Hospital of St. John cf Jerusalem in
England, East India Merchant, b. 1858; d. 1928; m.
1900, Annie Henrietta (Res. — Hanstead House, St! Albans.
Herts.), d. of the late Andrew Yule, of Calcutta, and left
issue — Gladys Meryl.



ZETLAND, Marquess of, see DUNDAS.



The Right Honourable MARY CECIL FRANK-
LAND, in her own right Baroness Zouche, of Haryngworth,
in the Peerage of England ( 16th Aug. 1308), and co-heir to the
Baronies of St. Maur, and Grey of Codnor, only child of the
late George Augustus Curzon, Esquire, Colonel The Life
Guards, by his second wife, Mary Louisa Anne Frances
Josephine Martha, eldest daughter of William Ince Ander-
ton of Euxton Hall, Lancashire, succeeded her cousin in
the Barony of Zouche 1917 Armorial bearings — Upon



a lozenge surmounted by the coronet of her rank, quarterly
1 and 6, argent on a bend sable, three popinjays or,
collared gules (for Curzon); 2, argent, on a bend cottised
gules, three bezants (for Bisshopp) ; 3, azure, three swans'
heads erased at the neck argent (for Hedges) ; 4, per fesse
or and gules, a pale counterchanged and three Cornish
choughs proper (for Tate) ; 5, gules, ten bezants, four, three,
two and one, and a canton ermine (for Zouche). Sup-
porters — Two falcons, wings addorsed and inverted argent,
beaked and legged purpure. Married 1901, Sir Trederick
William Francis George Frankland, 10th Bart, of Thirkleby,.
Yorks. [to whom refer].



APPENDIX



ACHESON (Confmd. U.O.). Ermine, a cock gules,
on a chief azure, three mullets or. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cock
gules, collared or, standing on a trumpet of the second.
Motto—" Vigilantibus."

Younger son of Robert Acheson, of Bay View,

Larne, and formerly of Knockboy, nr. Broughshane,

both co. Antrim : —

James Alexander Acheson, Gentleman, M.D. (Dub.),

b. . Post. add. — c/o G.P.O., Livingstone,

N. Rhodesia.

ACHESON (Confmd. U.O.). Ermine, an eagle dis-
played with two heads sable, beaked and membered
argent, on a chief azure, two mullets or. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a cock vert, standing upon a trumpet or.
Motto—" Vigilantibus."

Son of Joseph Acheson, of Ballyane House, co.

Wexford, b. 1820 ; d. 1899 ; m. 1854, Emily, d. of

William Thornton, of Scarborough : —

Berkeley Joseph Acheson, Gentleman, M.D., b. 1861 ;

m. 1900, Clara Saville, and has issue— Guy Hamilton

Acheson, Gentleman, b. ; and Florence Patricia.

Res. — Monteagle House, Hornby, Lanes.

APPLETON; H. Coll.). Argent, three apples leaved




Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Issuant out of a
mural crown argent, a horse forcene gules. Motto —
" Fayne to be wyck."

Sons of Charles Appleton, Gentleman, of Bradley
Hall, Lancashire, b. 1844 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1875, Sophia
Maria, d. of Henry Pashley, of Harness Grove, nr.
Worksop : —
Charles Egerton Appleton, Gentleman, served Great
War, Mesopotamia, b. 1878. Res. — Bradley Hall, Stan-
dish, Lancashire.

Henry Allan Appleton, Gentleman (Arms as above,
a crescent for difference), b. 1881 ; m. 1923, Phyllis Mary,




and slipped in chief, and a bordure engrailed gules.



d. of Rev. Charles Henry James, Vicar "of Epperstone,
Notts., and has issue — Charles Henry Allan Appleton,
Gentleman, b. 1925. Res. — Bradley Oaks, Standish
Lancashire. Club — Old Salopian.

Rev. James Ashley Appleton, M.A. (Oxford), ^Patron
and Rector of Stibbard, Norfolk, late Senior Chaplain to
the Forces, served Great War, Egypt and Macedonia.
(Arms as above, a mullet for difference), b. ibsy ; m.
1918, Lilian, d. of James Ayres, of Liverpool and Sunder-



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land, and has issue — James Henry Appleton, Gentle-



ASH (H. Coll., 19 April, 1928). Argent, two chevronels
sable, the upper one charged with a cross pattee or.




•man, b. 1919 ; and Helen Mary. Res. — Stibbard Rec-
tory, Guist, Norfolk. Club — Corinthians.

ARCHDALE (Confmd. U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4,



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