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azure, a chevron ermine, between three talbots passant
or (Archdall) ; 2, or, a chevron sable (Mervyn) ; 3,
quarterly, i. and iiii., azure, three fleurs-de-lys or ; ii. and
iii., gules, three gem-rings gold, all within a bordure or,
charged with a tressure flory counterflory gules, in the
centre point an inescutcheon argent, charged with a
tilting-spear and sword saltireways points upwards
proper (Montgomery). Mantling gules, doubled argent.
C res t — Out of a ducal coronet or, an heraldic tiger's
head argent, maned, tufted and armed sable. Motto —
"" Data fata secuta."

Eld. son of Nicholas Montgomery Archdale, Esq.,

J. P., of Crock na Grieve, Fermanagh, b. 1820 ; d.

1877 ; m. Adelaide Mary, younger d. of Rev. John

Grey Porter, of Belleisle : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Mervyn Archdale, 1st Bart.
(1928), P.C., for Ireland (1920), and for N. Ireland (1921),
J. P., D.L. co. Fermanagh, Chairman Ulster Council,
M.P. N. Fermanagh, 1898-1903, and 1916-21, Tyrone
and Fermanagh in Northern Ireland, 1921-28, and
Enniskillen Div. Fermanagh, 1928, Hon. LL.D. (Belfast),
Lieut.-Comdr. (ret.) R.N., b. 1853 ; m. 1880, Alicia
Bland (d. 1924), yngst. d. of the late Quintin Fleming, of
Chapelville, Liverpool ; and has had issue— (1) Nicholas
Edward Archdale, Esq., C.B.E., Rear-Adm., served
Great War 1914-18, b. 1881 \m. 1920, Gerda, d. of the
late F. C. Sievers of Copenhagen, and has issue — Edward
Folmer Archdale, Esq., b. 192 1 ; and Alice Gerda] ;
(2) William Porter Palgrave Archdale, Esq., served
Great War, b. 1883 [m. 1918, Alice Edith Palgrave, d. of
the late Capt. A. P. Chetwynd-Talbot, and has issue —
Mervyn Talbot Archdale, Gentleman, b. 1924 ; Angel ;
and Kathleen] ; (3) Audley Quintin Archdale, Esq.,
Major R.A., served Great War, b. 1886 \m. 1922, Mary
Edith Haigh, d. of Oliver Bury, and has issue — Rose-
mary ; Judith Penelope ; and Anne Alicia] ; (4)
Dominick Mervyn Archdale, Esq., Lieut. King's
African Rifles, b. 1892 ; killed in action 1916 ; (5)
Humphrys Archdale, Esq., Lieut.-Comdr. R.N., served
Great War, b. 1896 ; and 1 dau. Res. — Riversdale,
-co. Fermanagh, Ireland. Clubs — Ulster ; Constitu-

Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a cockatrice gules, charged on the wing with a
cross as in the arms. Motto — " Non nobis sed omnibus."
Only son of Alfred James Ash, O.B.E., of Packwood
House, Packwood, Warwickshire, b. 1858 ; d. 1925 ;
m. 1883, Emily Hannah, d. of John Barker, of
Fern Bank, Acocks Green, Warwickshire : —
Graham Baron Ash, Gentleman, Lieut. R.A.F. 1918,
b. 1889. Seat — Packwood House, Packwood, Warwick-

[Mr. Ash is eleventh in descent from Richard Ash of
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, in the county of Leicester, whose will
was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury,
August 28th, 1552 (Pedigree recorded H. Coll.).
At the Visitation of London in 1634 the arms following,
namely — " Two chevronels " and Crest " a cockatrice "
were confirmed to Abraham Ash of London, who was
stated to have been descended from the family of Ash
of Ashby-de-la-Zouch].

BALFOUR (H. Coll., 2 Oct. 1929). Per chevron
argent and sable, in chief two crosses pattee of the
second, and in base a sun in splendour per pale or and of
the first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, in front of a dragon's head sable,
a sun as in the arms. Motto — " In arduis fidelis."
Livery — Black.

Eld. son of Herbert Balfour : —

Sir Arthur Balfour, 1st Bart., of Sheffield (26 June,
1929), K.B.E. (civ.), J. P. City of Sheffield, Chairman
and Man. Dir. of Arthur Balfour and Co., Ltd., Steel
Manufacturers, a Master Cutler of Sheffield 1911-12,
Pres. Sheffield Chamber of Commerce 1919, and of
Assocn. of British Chambers of Commerce 1923-24,
Vice-Pres. Internat. Chamber of Commerce 1928,
British Delegate, Committee of Economic Conference
at Geneva 1928, etc., Chev. Order of Leopold of Belgium,
Officer of the Crown of Belgium, Comdr. Order of
Dannebrog, b. 1873 ; m. 1899, Frances Josephine
Keighley, d. of the late Charles Henry Bingham, of
Brinklands, Sheffield; and has issue — (1) Robert
Arthur Balfour, Esq., b. 1901 [m. 1926, Nancy Mar-
guerite (d. 1928), d. of Eng.- Rear-Adm. Mark Rundle,
D.S.O., and has issue — Mark Robin Balfour, Esq.,
b. 1927 (Res. — Little Orchard, Holmesfield, nr. Sheffield)] ;
(2) Francis Henry Balfour, Esq., Lieut. R.A. (T.),
b. 1905 ; Mary Josephine ; Evelyn Hope ; and Primrose



Keighley. Seat — Ropes, Fernhurst, Sussex. Res. —
Riverdale Grange, Sheffield. Clubs — Conservative,
Devonshire, Sheffield (Sheffield).

grasping a sword entwined with a garland of trefoils
all proper. Motto — " Fidelis et constans."

BANKS (H. Coll., 20 Sept. 1929). Sable, a cross
voided argent, between in the first and fourth quarters
a fleur-de-lis and in the second and third a pheon all of
the second, and on an escutcheon of pretence the arms
of Alford, namely, or, on a chevron indented azure,

between three roses gules, barbed and seeded proper,
an open book between two fleur-de-lis argent, all within
a bordure of the third. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a dragon's
head erased proper, a fleur-de-lis between two pheons
argent. Motto — " Fide et labore."

Only son of Richard William Banks, of Ridge-
bourne, Kington, b. 1819 ; d. 1891 ; m. 1858,
Emily Rosa, d. of Nathaniel Hartland, of The
Oaklands, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham : —
William Hartland Banks, Esq., M.A. (Trin. Coll.
Camb.), J.P., D.L. co. Hereford, J. P. (High Sheriff 1892),
co. Radnor, b. 1867 ; m. 1894, Dorothy, elder d. of Rev.
Bradley Hurt Alford, late Vicar of St. Luke's, Nutford
Place, W. ; and has issue — Richard Alford Banks,
Gentleman, b. 1902 ; Rosa Dorothea ; Margaret Esther ;
and Mary Caroline. Res. — Hergest Croft, Kington,

BOWES of Darlington (H. Coll.). Ermine, three
longbows bent gules, cords sable palewise in fesse, on a
chief azure, a swan argent, beaked and legged of the
second, between two leopards' faces or. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
leopard rampant guardant gules, holding between the
paws a bundle of arrows or, banded azure, heads and
flights argent. Mottoes — " Jaculis nee arcu " ; " Bonne
et belle assez."

Only son of Richard Bowes, Esq., J. P., of Monkend,
co. Yorks., and Darlington and Brimside, co. Durham,
b. 1859 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1892, Blanche Elizabeth,
d. of Ernest Bunge, of Havre, France : —
Martyn Richard Belasyse Bowes, Gentleman, B.A.,
LL.B., Barrister-at-Law, Freeman of Company of Gold-
smiths, Freeman of the City of London, b. 1901. Res. —

BANON of Broughall Castle (U.O.). Vert, an Irish
wolfhound courant argent, between three trefoils slipped
or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath
of the colours, an arm in armour embowed the hand

Sons of Christopher James Patrick Banon, Esq.,

D.L., J. P., of Broughall Castle, Frankford, King's

Co., b. 1863 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1908, Rose, only d. of

Valerio, Count Magawly Cerati de Calry : —

Christopher Valerio Edward Joseph Paul Banon,

Gentleman, b. 1912. Seat — Broughall Castle, Frankford,

King's Co., Ireland.

Edward Awly Magawly Banon, Gentleman, b. 1913.
Son of Edward Joseph Banon, Esq., J. P., D.L.,
of Broughall Castle, Frankford, King's Co., b. 1820 ;
d. 1873 ; m. 1858, Ellen, eld. d. of Surgeon-Gen.
John Fitzgerald, of Cheltenham : —
Edward Magawly Banon, Gentleman, M.E., A. I.,
M.E., N.Y., G.S., b. 1868 ; m. 1909, Agnes, d. of late
John B. Manning, a Knight of St. Gregory, of 81
Riverside Drive, New York City. Res. — Glennavague,
Clifton, Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.A. Clubs — Engineers
and Bankers (New York) ; Glenview (Chicago) ;
Timuquana and Ribault (Florida).

Son of Richard Davys Banon, Insp.-Gen. A. M.S.,
of Rathcaslin, Westmeath, b. 1812 ; d. 1870 ;
m. 1849, Adelaide, d. of Thomas Penny White,
M.A., of Cambridge : — ■
Brig.-Gen. Frederick Lionel Banon, C.B., late Shrop-
shire L.I., is a Commissioner Royal Hospital, Chelsea,
served Sudan 1885 (medal with clasp), S. Airica 1899-1902
(despatches, Queen's medal, 4 clasps, King's medal,
2 clasps), and Great War (despatches, C.B.), b. 1862 ;
m. 1890, Helen Mary. d. of Robert McEwen Mcllwraith ;
and has issue — Ronald Awly Banon, Gentleman, b. 1893.
Res. — 156 Sloane Street, S.W.r. Clubs — Army and
Navy, Flyfishers'.

Sons of Andrew Banon, Esq., J. P., of Irishtown,

b. 1823 ; d. 1892 ; m. 1864, Annie, eld. d. of Edward

Beatagh, Q.C. : —

Awly Edward Banon, Gentleman, b. 1866. Res. —

49 Kingsley Road, Prince's Park, Liverpool ; Irishtown,

Ballynacargy, co. Westmeath.

Edward Banon, Gentleman, b. 1868. Res. —
James Arthur Banon, Gentleman, b. 1880. Res. —
Christopher Banon, Gentleman, b. 1882. Res. —



BOWKER (H. Coll.). Azure, within two cotises
between two eagles displayed argent, an open book
proper, edged gold. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —

On a wreath of the colours, a demi greyhound argent,

supporting with the paws a bow palewise proper.

Motto —

Eld. son of Edward Harwood Bowker, Physician
and Surgeon, of Heathfield House, Robin Hood's
Bay, Yorks., b. ; d.igio; m. , Annie, d. of

James Sowersby, of Pickering, Yorks. : —
Geoffrey Harwood Bowker, Gentleman, b. 1879.

Res. — Hertford House Hotel, 99 Belgrave Road, London,


BOLTON (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent,

bird-bolt in bend sable, the whole between two garbs
of the second (Bolton) ; 2 and 3, vert, a sword erect
between two crosses pattee or, on a chief of the last, a
demi-lion passant guardant gules (Dickeson). Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
upon a garb fessewise or, a demi-falcon wings elevated
and expanded argent, holding in the beak a bird-bolt
sable. Motto — " Semper floreat." Livery — Claret and
silver, silver buttons.

Only child of Felix Palmer Bolton, of 52 St. Helen's

Road, Hastings, co. Sussex, b. 1849 ; d. 1887 ;

m. 1877, Ellinor, only child and heir of the late Sir

Richard Dickeson, Knt. Bach., J. P., Freeman and

sometime Mayor of Dover : —

Felix Dickeson Bolton, Gentleman, b. 1879 ; m. 1901,

Mabel Alice, 2nd d. of Waldemar Oehme Kennett, of

Elmstead Glade, Chislehurst, Kent ; and has issue —

Ronald Dickeson Bolton, Gentleman, Lieut. R.H.A.,

b. 1903 (Club — Army and Navy) ; Erica Milly [m. 1929,

Charles Aubrey Hamilton Franklin, Gentleman, M.D.

(q.v.)] ; Denise Ellinor ; and Pamela Mary. Res. —

Haimer, Bickley, Kent. Club — Devonshire.

BRIDGE, R.M.L.I., F.R.G.S., F.R.H.S. Bom 1847,
being the son of the Venerable Archdeacon Bridge, by his
wife Sarah, dau. of J. Dunscomb, de jure Marquis de
Hautbois. Armorial bearings (H. Coll.). Azure, issuing
from the centre of a bar wavy of water properlin the

within two bendlets engrailed on the exterior gules, a

nombril point, a bridge of three arches embattled argent,
masoned sable, the whole between as many sea-lions
each crowned with a naval crown or. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an eagle
rising holding in the beak a sprig of laurel proper. Motto
— " Me juvat ire per altum." Married 1889, Harriett
{died 1923), dau. of the late J. Lermitte, of Knightons
Finchley. Res. — 4 Southwick Place W.



BRODRICK (Confmd. U.O.). Argent, on a chief
vert, three spear-heads proper. Mantling vert and
argent. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a spear proper,
embrued gules. Mottoes (over the crest)—" A cuspide
corona " ; (below the arms) " Sedendo vincit." Livery
— Grey, green facings.

Onlv child of Alan Brodrick, Gentleman, of Wooder

Manor, S. Devon, b. 1858; d. .1920; m. 188S,

Katherine, d. of Thomas Houghton, Esq. : —

Albert Alan Thomas Houghton Brodrick, Gentleman,

has Legion of Honour, Order of the White Eagle with

Swords, Military Cross of Czechoslovakia, Black Star,

Order of the Dragon, and Order of the Crown of Roumania

with Swords, b. 1890 ; m. 1923, Hon. Hester Winifred

Astley, d. of 20th Lord Hastings ; and has issue —

John Alan St. John Brodrick, Gentleman, b. 1924.

Res. — Chateau de Chamboizay, Beaumont-en-Veron,

Indre-et-Loire, France.

BRUEN of Oak Park (Confmd. U.O.). Sable, a

double-headed eagle displayed or, charged with a

scimitar fesseways proper. Mantling gules, doubled

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

proper, holding in his dexter hand by the handle a

landing net placed over the shoulder or, and in the

sinister a fisherman's staff gules. Motto — " Fortitudine."

Son of Henry Bruen, Esq., of Oak Park, co. Carlow,

and Coolbawn, co. Wexford, J. P., D.L., late Lieut.

R.A., b. 1856 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1886, Agnes Mary,

yngst. d. of Rt. Hon. Arthur MacMurragh Kavanagh,

P.C., of Bonis, co. Carlow : —

Henry Arthur Bruen, Esq., Capt. late 15th Hussars,

b. 1887 ; m. 1913, Jane Catherine Gladys, only d. of

Arthur McClintock, of Rathvinden, co. Carlow. Seat

— Oak Park, co. Carlow. Club — Cavalry.

Sons of Rt. Hon. Henry Bruen, of Oak Park, and

Coolbawn, P.C., Ireland, T-P-, D.L., co. Carlow,

J.P. and (1883) High Sheriff co. Wexford, b. 1828 ;

d. 1912 ; m. 1854, Mary Margaret (d. 1894), d. of

Col. Edward Conolly, of Castletown, co. Kildare : —

Admiral Edward Francis Bruen, C.B., R.N. (ret.),

Dir. Naval Equipment 1920-22, has Legion of Honour,

Orders of St. Anne of Russia, and Sacred Treasure of

Japan, b. 1866 ; m. 1912, Constance Dora, d. of the late

Admiral Edmund Charles Drummond ; and has issue —

Francis Bruen, Gentleman, b. 191 8 ; and Anne. Res. —

Highfield, Halesworth, Suffolk. Club — Naval and


Arthur Thomas Bruen, Gentleman, b. 1873 \ m - 1908,
Lily, d. of F. Ruttledge, Esq., J. P., of Enniscorthy ; and
has issue — John Martin Bruen, Gentleman, Midshipman,
R.N., b. 1910. Res. — Ardachie, Fort Augustus, Inver-
ness-shire. Club — Junior Constitutional.

BULLMORE (H. Coll.). Gules, a lion rampant be-
tween three billets or, on a chief ermine, as many

canaries proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a bull statant gules, billetty,

armed and unguled or, resting the dexter hoof on a
billet gold, charged with a fleam also gules. Motto —
" Facta non verba."

Elder son of William Bullmore, of Falmouth, Corn-
wall, b. 1845 ; d. 1917 ; m. 1870, Prudence Stevens,
d. of Benjamin Tippet, of Lelant, Cornwall : —
Edward Augustus Bullmore, Gentleman, F.R.C.S.
(Edin.), late Temp. Lieut. R.A.M.C, b. 1875 ; m. ist, 1905,
Hilda Maud, d. of George Lanyon, of Falmouth, Corn-
wall ; 2nd, 1922, Dorothy, d. of Rev. Augustus Sidney
Stokes, Hon. Canon of Ely ; and has issue — Edward
Augustus Bullmore, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; and George
Hilary Lanyon Bullmore, Gentleman, b. 1912. Res.
— 12 North Brink, Wisbech, Cambs.

Sir ERNEST CAIN, second Baronet, of Wargrave
Manor, Wargrave, Berks. (29 Jan. 1920), Barrister-at-
Law, Gray's Inn, B.A. (Camb.) Bom 1891, being the only
son of Sir William Ernest Cain, first Baronet, by his wife,
Florence, d. of Joseph Oakes Roberts, of Manchester.
Armorial bearings — (H. Coll.). Argent, three salmon
haurient gules, in chief an oak-tree eradicated proper.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, a cat salient guardant erminois, holding between
the paws a dexter hand couped gules. Badge — A
talbot's paw erased sable, entiled with a circlet or.
Motto — " Felis demulcta mitis." Married 1923, Enid
Bertha Willoughby, only d. of George Glasgow, of
Liverpool ; and has issue — Michael Ernest Cain, Esq.,
b 1929 ; Ann ; and Joan (twins). Seat — Wargrave
Manor, Wargrave, Berks. Res. — Ellerslie, 16 Aigburth
Drive, Liverpool. Clubs — Carlton, Constitutional.

CANTWELL (confd. U.O.). Gules, a mullet between
four annulets, two in chief and two in base all or, a
canton ermine. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, a leopard's head couped
below the neck proper. Motto — " Ne cede malis."

Sons of Daniel Cantwell, of The Mall, Waterford,
5th son of Patrick Cantwell, of Templemore, co.
Tipperary, b. 1857 ; d. 1926 ; m. 1887, Margaret,
d. of Patrick Keating, Merchant, of Castle House,
Waterford : —

Patrick William Cantwell, Gentleman, 2nd Lieut.
The King's (Liverpool) Regt. (ret.), b. 1888 ; m. 1920,
Frances Septima, yngst. d. of Lieut. Alfred Nevett, late
R.N. ; and has issue— Francis Patrick John Cantwell,
Gentleman, b. 1930. Res. — Bray, co. Wicklow.

Daniel Edward Joseph Cantwell, Gentleman, b. 1891 ;
m. 1922, Kathleen, yngr. d. of Captain Edward Power,
of Liverpool. Res. — Dublin.

William Aloysius Cantwell, Gentleman, Bank of Ire-
land (ret.), b. 1893 ; m. 1920, Ellen Mary, d. of Joseph
Fitzgerald ; and has issue — Joseph Thomas Cantwell,
Gentleman, b. 1922. Res. — 5 Mary Street, Waterford.

Edward John Cantwell, Gentleman, b. 1894 ; m. 1920,
Annie, eld. d. of Andrew Brady, Merchant, of Phibs-
borough, Dublin ; and has issue— Wilfrid John Cantwell,
Gentleman, b. 1921 ; Daniel Anthony Cantwell, Gentle-
man, b. 1923 ; and Maeve Agnes. Res. — 15 Royse Road,

John Otteran Cantwell, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; m. 1923,
Bridget Patricia, d. of James Veale, Merchant, of Water-
ford ; and has issue — 3 daus. Res. — Tramore, co.

Thomas Joseph Cantwell, Gentleman, b. 1898. Res —

CAVENAGH (Confmd. U.O.). Azure, a lion passant
argent, armed and langued gules, between three crescents
of the second. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, issuant from the horns^of a
crescent azure, a garb or. Motto—" Pax et copia."

Sons of Gen. Sir Orfeur Cavenagh, K.C.S.I.,
b. 1820 ; d. 1 89 1 ; m. 1842, Elizabeth Marshall,
d. of James Robert Moriarity, Lieut. R.M. : —

Lt.-Col. Orfeur James Cavenagh, J.P. co. Sussex, late
Gordon Highlanders, served Sudan 1885 ; b. 1849 ;
m. 1879, Caroline, only d. of George Welstead Colledge ;
and has issue — Major Orfeur Cavenagh, served Great
War with R.A., b. 1885 [m. 1921, Phyllis Mary Wynne
James, and has issue]. Res. — Southwick, Sussex.

Lt.-Col. Wentworth Ordiarne Cavenagh, J.P. co.
Kent, late Bedfordsh. Regt., b. 1856 ; m. 1889, Marion,
d. of Gen. Sir Julius Richard Glyn, K.C.B. ; and has
i ssue — Wentworth Glyn Cavenagh, Gentleman, b. 1890
[m. 1922, Mary Camilla Billson, and has issue] ; and



Emma Doreen [tn. 1923, Harry Sibbald Paterson,
F.M.S. Civil Service, temp. Major M.G. Corps]. Res.—
Red House, St. Margaret's-at-Cliffe, Kent.

CLUTTERBUCK (H. Coll.). Azure, a lion rampant in
chief three escallops argent. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a stag

COLDHAM-FUSSELL (H. Coll.). Sable, a fesse en-
grailed between four fusils or, on a chief of the last, three
crosses flory of the first. Mantling sable and or. Crest —

sejant gules, attired or, between two branches of laurel
proper. Motto — " Loyal." Livery — Blue and silver.
Sons of Edwin Clutterbuck, of The Terets, Lapworth,
Warwick, b. 1848 ; d. 1918 ; tn. 1881, Gertrude Estelle,
d. of Henry Isacke, of Gloucester : —

Edwin Herbert Clutterbuck, Gentleman, Solicitor of
the Supreme Court of Judicature, b. 1887 ; m. 1915, Lois
Mary Pollock, and has issue — Edwin Trevor Clutterbuck,
Gentleman, b. 1918 ; and Meryl Mary. Res. — Finwood
Lawn, Rowington, Warwickshire.

Maurice Isacke Clutterbuck, Esq., Solicitor of the
Supreme Court of Judicature, Major 68th (Warwickshire)
Bde. R.F.A. (T.A.), b. 1888 ; tn. 1916, Vivienne Gloria
Mary Harrison, d. of Oswald Harrison Gray, of Ingate-
stone, Essex ; and has issue — Maurice Richard Gray
Clutterbuck, Gentleman, b. 1925 ; Phillippa Gloria
Mary ; and Vivienne Loraine. Res. — Windmill Farm,
Rowington, Warwickshire.

Richard Isacke Clutterbuck, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N.,
b. 1896 ; tn. 1920, Theodora Ethel, d. of Howard Heaton,
of Solihull, Warwickshire, and has issue — Howard Richard
Clutterbuck, Gentleman, b. 192 1.

CORCORAN (Confmd. U.O.). Gules, two lions ram-
pant combatant argent, supporting a sword proper, a chief
ermine. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, on the stump of a tree sprouting a
hawk with wings expanded proper, collared or. Motto
— " In fide et in bello fortes."

Sons of James Corcoran, Esq., J. P., of Oakley Park,

King's Co., b. 1805 ; d. 1892 ; tn. 1857, Judith, d. of

Edward Foley, of Smythstown, Castleamer,

Ireland : —

Sir John Arthur Corcoran, K.B.E. (Civ.) 1924, C.B.

(Civ.) 1919, Dir. National Union of Manufacturers,

formerly (1920-4) Dir. of Army Contracts and (1924-5)

Asst. Under-Sec. of State for War, is Officer Legion of

Honour, b. 1862 ; tn. 1905, Edna Lea, d. of the late

John Lea-Smith, of Bryanston Square ; and has issue —

Edward Allan Corcoran, Esq., b. 1908 ; Molly Edna ;

and Judith Vivien. Res. — 62 Cornwall Gardens, S.W.7.

Clubs — Reform, Sandown Park.

Joseph Corcoran, Esq., J. P., b. 1864. Res. — Bal Ivor,
King's Co.

On a wreath of the colours, between two laurel branches
proper, a fusil or, charged with a cross florv sable.
Motto—" AIA."

Sons of James Cecil Coldham Coldham-Fussell,
Gentleman, b. 1844 ; d. ; tn. 1868, Eliza Harriet,

d. of William Wilkes : —

Vernon Coldham Coldham-Fussell, Gentleman, b. 1869.
Res. — Culverhall, Miskin Street, Toowong, Brisbane,
Queensland, Australia.

Edgar Coldham Coldham-Fussell, Gentleman, b. 1870;
tn. , and has had issue — Warwick Coldham-

Fussell, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; d. 1924 ; Dudley Coldham-
Fussell, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Rev. James Coldham Coldham-Fussell, Vicar of Dorgo-
ville, New Zealand, b. 1874 ; tn. , and

has had with other issue — Andrew Coldham-Fussell,
Gentleman, b. ; d. 1930. Res. — The Vicarage,

Dorgoville, New Zealand.

Jervis Coldham Coldham-Fussell, Gentleman, b. 1882.
Res. —

Warwick Coldham Coldham-Fussell, Gentleman, b.
1889. Res. —

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., D.O. (Oxon.). Born 1889, being the
youngest surviving son of the late Charles Estcourt
Cresswell, Gentleman, of Leckhampton Hall, Chelten-
ham, by his wife Phoebe, d. of John Hughes Coxwell, of
Brighton. Armorial bearings (Vn. 1663) — Gules, three
plates each charged with a squirrel sejant proper.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a Saracen's head couped at the shoulders proper,
charged with a mullet gules. Motto — " Aut nunquam
tentes aut perfice." Residence — 3 Lindum Road,

CROLY of Curraghcroly, co. Cork (Confmd. U.O.).
Argent, a boar passant azure, between three crosses



potent gules. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a naked arm erect couped

below the elbow gules, holding a spear in bend point
upwards proper. Motto — " Spero in Deo."

Son of Henry Croly, Esq., J. P., F.R.C.S.I., of

Greenfield, Rathfarnham, co. Dublin, b. ;

d. ; m. , d. of :—

Arthur England Johnson Croly, Esq., Col. late

R.A.M.C, b. . Res. — Greenfield, Rathfarnham,

co. Dublin.

Son of Henry Gray Croly, Esq., of Merrion Square,
and Kilmacud House, Stillorgan, co. Dublin, J.P.,
Ex-Pres. F.R.C.S.I., served in H.M.S. Hawke
throughout Crimean War, b. 1835 ; d. 1903 ;
m. 1861, Anna Mary, eld. d. of William Henry
Chapman, Esq., of Belgrave House, Dublin :—
William Chapman Croly, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. (ret.)
R.A.M.C, served S. Africa 1900-02 (Queen's medal, 3
clasps, King's medal, 2 clasps), and Great War (des-
patches 3 times, D.S.O.), has Roy. Humane Society s
silver medal, b. 1874 ; m. 1904, Ella Mary, d. of the late
Canon William Bourke Wright, M.A., of Athleague,
County Roscommon ; and has issue — Henry Gray Croly,
Gentleman, 2nd Lieut. R.A., b. 1910 ; Eileen Mary ;
and Norah Kathleen. Club — Army and Navy.

CROSTHWAITE-EYRE (R.L. 1924, H. Coll.).
Ouarterly 1 and 4, argent, on a chevron sable, three
quatrefoils or, and (for distinction) a cross crosslet ot
the second (for Eyre) ; 2 and 3, per pale gules and or, a
lion rampant holding between the forepaws a cross
patee between six like crosses all counterchanged (for
Crosthwaite). Mantling sable and argent. Crests—
1 on a wreath of the colours, an armed leg couped
above the knee per pale argent and gules, spur or, and
(for distinction) charged with a cross crosslet counter-
changed (for Eyre) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,
issuant from a chaplet of roses proper, a demi-hon per

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