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three owls affrontee proper, ducally crowned of the
second, on a chief ermine, three roses of the first, barbed
and seeded gold. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, an owl affrontee proper, ducally
crowned and beaked or. Motto — " Vita est vigilia."

Only son of Michael George Odium, son of William

Odium, of Clonygowan, King's Co., b. ; d. ;

m. , '■ —

William Henry Odium, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Ardmore, Bray, co. Wicklow.



POCOCK (H. Coll.). Vair, on a bend gules, between
two spurs, rowels downwards, a lion rampant or. Crest
— Issuant from a coronet composed of five roses set upon
a rim, an antelope's head or, charged with a bar vair.
Badge — Within a spur, rowel downwards an eagle's head




erased all or. Motto — " Qui Deum timet nihil aliud
timet."

Eighth son of Abraham Pocock, of Stanford Park,
Farringdon, Berks., b. 1808; d. 1879; m. 1839,
Lydia, d. of Job Keevil, of Overcourt, North Bradley,
Trowbridge, Wilts. : —
Sir Sidney Job Pocock, Knt. Bach. 1912, J. P. Middx.,
b. 1855 ; m. 1st, 1891, Annie (d. 1900), third d. of Samuel
Cozens ; 2nd, 1915, Kate Ethel (d. 1925), eldest d. of Rev.
Clarence Lankester, and has had issue by 1st marriagey
(1) Sydney Norman Pocock, Esq., b. 1894 ; killed in
action near Ypres 1915 ; (2) Beric Edmond Pocock,
Esq., b. 1895; killed in action near Ypres, 1915 ; (3)
Maurice Stuart Pocock, Esq., b. 1897 [m. 1923, Agatha
Glover, 2nd d. of Dr. Arthur Gale, of Kingston-on-
Thames, and Pietermaritzburg, S. Africa] ; Mary
Lydia; Edna Kathleen [m. 1925, Harry Fox]; and
Annie Mervyn. Seat — Surbiton Hall, Kingston-on-
Thames, Surrey.

RIDGEWAY (confmd. U.O.). Sable, two wings
conjoined argent, in chief a horse's head (Equus caballus
Libicus Ridgewayi) cabossed in his proper colours, bay
with a white star on the forehead. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
dromedary couchant argent, the pack, bridle and
trappings sable, garnished or. Motto — " Mihi gravato
Deus."

Yngst. son of Rev. John Henry Ridgeway, Clerk in

Holy Orders, of Ballydermott, King's Co., b. 1842 ;

d. 1912 ; m. 1869, Hannah, d. of J. Whittle, of

King's Co. : —

The late William Ridgeway, Gentleman, M.A., D.Sc,

Fellow of Gonville and Caius Coll. (Dublin), Pres. of the

Classical Assoc, of England and Wales, b.

SHIPWAY (H. Coll., 1929). Gules, on a saltire argent,
between two rods of ^Esculapius erect in fesse or, a cross
cro,slet of the field. Mantling- gules and argent. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, a mandrake
or. Motto — " Respice finem."

Fourth son of Lt.-Col. Robert William Shipway, J. P.,

of Grove House, Chiswick, b. 1842 ; d. 1928 ; m. 1873,

Helen, d. of George Clark: —

SirFranc(s Edward Shipway, K.C.V.O. (1929). M.A.,

M.D., B.Ch. (Camb.), b. 1875 ; m. 1912, Winifred Adine,

d, of William Robert Biddell, of Scarlett's, Cowden, Kent,

and has issue— Joan Winifred ; and Helen Margaret. Res.—

55 York Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W.i.



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SEFTON (U.O.). Or, three chapeaux vert, turned up
ermine. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a chapeau vert, turned up
ermine, decked with a peacock's plume proper. Motto —
" Vivere sat vincere." Livery — Dark green coat, yellow




facings, yellow and green waistcoat.

Sons of Burton Sefton, of St. Aubyn's, Malone,

Belfast, b. 1859 ; d. 1921 ; m. 1893, Isobel, d. of

Benjamin Thompson, of Drumderg, co. Armagh : —

Thomas William Sefton, Gentleman, b. 1905. Res. —

St. Aubyn's, Malone, Belfast.

Alfred Burton Sefton, Gentleman, b. 1910.

SIMPSON (H. Coll.). Per bend or and sable, an
eagle displayed in chief, and in base a lion rampant
counterchanged, on a chief of the second, three roses
argent, barbed and seeded proper. Mantling sable and




Eldest son of Edmund Simpson, of Mansfield,

Nottingham, b. 1836 ; d. 1894 ; m. 1868, Jane, d.

of William Wood, of Heworth, York : —

Stephen Simpson, Gentleman, M.I.M.E., b. 1869 ;

m. 1902, Marion, 2nd d. of the Rev. John Allan Bullen,

Vicar of Dawlish, Devon ; and has issue — Stephen John

Valentine Simpson, Gentleman, b. 19 15 ; Dorothy

Marion ; and Stephanie Joan Mildred. Res. — Meresyke,

Exmouth, Devon ; Minehayes, Haytor, Devon. Club

— Exmouth.

WALE (Vn. Suffolk, 1664; Ped. H. Coll.). Argent,
on a cross sable, five lions rampant or. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion ram-
pant or, holding between the fore-paws a long cross sable.
Motto— " Cum cruce salus." Livery — Black and white.

Only son of Rev. Frederick Edward Bennett Wale,

M.A., Vicar of Leaton, Shrewsbury, b. 1864 ; d.

1908 ; m. 1898, Lucy Anna, d. of the late Maj.-Gen.

Graeme Auchmuty Fulton, of Jersey, C.I. : —
Charles Graeme Baden Wale, Gentleman, b. 1901.
Res. — Belvedere Cottage, Shrewsbury, Shropshire.

WILSON (H. Coll.). Sable, a wolf salient or, in chief
a rose argent, barbed and seeded proper, between two
mullets of the second. Mantling sable and^or. Crest —




or. Crest — Issuant from a crown vallary argent, a
demi-lion guardant ermines, holding in the dexter fore-
paw a sword erect proper, pommel and hilt or. Motto —
" Aquila non captat muscas." Livery — Blue, with buff
facings.



On a wreath of the colours, a wolf's head erased proper,
charged on the neck with a rose as in the arms. Motto —
" For titer et fideliter." Livery — Black and yellow.

Only son of Capt. Fleetwood Thomas Hugh Wilson,

late 8th Hussars, Lt. -Governor of Barbadoes, tn.

1849, Harriet Horatia, d. of Capt. Charles Montagu

Walker, R.N. :—
Rt. Hon. Sir Guy Douglas Arthur Fleetwood Wilson,
P.C. (1914), G.C.I. E. (1911), K.C.B. (1905), K.C.M.G.
(1908), Knt. Bach. (1902), J. P. co. London, Director of
Midland Bank, Ltd., and of North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co., was Private Secretary to successive
Secretaries of State for War 1882-93, Dir.-Gen. Royal
Army Clothing Dept., 1893-98, Asst. Under-Secretary of
State for War 1898-1908, Dir.-Gen. of Army Finance
1904-08, Financial Adviser to Lord Kitchener, S. Africa.
1901, Finance Member of the Council of Governor-
General of India, and Vice-President of the Legislative
Council of India 1908-13, Chairman Air Force Committee

1915, Commissioner of General Govt. Inquiry, Dublin,

1916, Statutory Member Naval Prize Tribunal 1918,
b. 1850. Res. — 104 Gloucester Place, Portman Square,
W. Clubs — Travellers', Athenaeum, Turf, Marlborough.

WREN of Mangotsfield (H. Coll. 12 Dec. 1924)-
Argent, on a chevron azure, between in chief two wrens
proper, and in base a cross crosslet sable, three lions'
heads erased also proper. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a wren proper, be-
tween two roses gules, stalked, leaved, barbed and seeded
also proper. Motto — " Recte faciendo neminem timeo."
Son of Frank Wren, of Staple Hill, b. ; m. ,

Herbert Frank Wren, Gentleman, C.C. Gloucester,
b. . Res. — Staple Hill, Mangotsfield, co. Gloucester.



INDEX TO COLOURED PLATES



Ambrose, Pl. III.



Barry, Pl. V.
Black, Pl. IV. .
Brock, Pl. IX. .
Buchanan-Jardine, Pl. IV.
Burrows, Pl. VI. .
Butler, Pl. I. • .



Chafy, Pl. VIII. .
Clarke, Pl. XV.
Collinson, Pl. V. .
Cooper, Pl. VIII. .
Cox, Pl. VII. .
Curtis, Pl. VI. .

Delafield, Pl. VII.
Demetriadi, Pl. I. .
Duggan-Cronin, Pl. IX.

Ellis, Pl. XIX.

Ford, Pl. XVI.
Franklin, Pl. I.

Garvey, Pl. VII. .
Gogarty, Pl. VI. .
Green, Pl. XII.
Greenway, Pl. II. •
Griffin, Pl. IV.

Hagon, Pl. XII
Henderson, Pl. III.
Hewitt, Pl. II.
Hutchinson, Pl. II.



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Jatia, Pl XX. .
Johnston, Pl. XVII.
Johnston, Pl. XVII.

Kennedy-Craufurd-Stuart,
VIII



MacAdam, Pl. XXII.
McCormack, Pl. XIX.
Mar, Farl of, Pl. XV.
May, Pl. XIII. .
Meeks, Pl. X. .

Miller, Pl. IX.

Mills, Pl. XVIII. .

Mitchell, Pl. XIII.

Monckton, Pl. XV.

Moral, Pl. XI.

Mountbatten, Pl. XII.

Nickels, Pl. V.

Old, Pl. XXI. . .

Parker, Pl. XIV. .
Plender, Pl. XXII.
Poate, Pl. XVI.
Power, Pl. XXI. .



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Robertson-Luxford, Pl. XXI.

Robinson, Pl. XVII.
Runciman, Pl. XVIII. .
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Tory, Pl. X.
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INDEX OF QUARTERINGS

The name in Italics is that of the Quartering, whilst the names of the families zvhich follow it in
Roman Type are those in whose achievements the Arms are to be found



A berchirder — Innes

A bercromby — Trotter

A bernethy — Boyle, Broun-
Lindsay, Douglas- Home,
Leslie, Lindsay, Lowry-
Corry

A braham — Hordern

Acclom — Milbank, Milbanke

A eland — Troy te

A cres — Thornton

A cton — Moseley

Adams — Anson, Attwood,
Rawson

A itkins — Fox

A Ibini — Hordern

A Iderford — Clarke

A Idersey — Mostyn-Owen

Aleigh — Acland, Malet

A lessi — Sedley

A Igar — Hulley

Alington — Sturt

Allan — Maling

Allen — Charles, Proby,

Tottenham

A llenby — Montgomerie

Alleyn — Hincks

A llington — Fox

A Iperam — Hulley

A Iphage — Willoughby

A Iseyn — Villiers-Tuthill

A mbrose — Segrave

Amherst — Cecil

Anderson — Pelham, Rose

Andervill — Fox, Moore

A ngeville — Cely-Trevilian

A nlaby — Onslow

A nnesley — Phipps

A nsell — Seratton

A ntron — Paynter

Appleton — Pyne

Apsley — Bathurst

A rchdeacon — Corbet,
Fellowes

Archdekne — Burrell, Chol-
mondeley, Heathcote-
Drummond - Willoughby,
Pelham-Clinton

Archer — Clive, O'Shee

Arches — Hercy, White

A rderne — Hulley

A rgentine — Fox

A rg^wfon— Williams

Arglwydd y Glyn — Hughes

A rkwright — Hutton

A rmitage — Worm aid

Armstrong — Kenny, Scott-
Elliott, White

A ron ap Rhys — Lloyd

A rran — Hamilton

A rteville — Ricketts

A rundell — Willoughby

A rvas — Hordern

A rvenick — Fox

A shby — Lynde

Ashe — Holmes a Court

A sheldam — Hordern

A shendon — Hordern

Ashover — Hind

A sMon— DeTrafford.Hughes

A spull — ffarington



Assheton — Curzon - Howe,

Harbord
A sthorpe — Barne
A ston — Cotton- Jodrell
A tbrig — Villiers-Tuthill
Atholl — Pettv-Fitzmaurice
A tlez— Villiers-Tuthill
A tloe — Okeover
Atwater — Ricketts
A uchinlech — Boswell
A uchinlech — Douglas
A uckmuty — Cecil
Audley — Acland, Malet
A udouin — Oakes
Auford — Chaplin
A uforde — Floyer
Aughton — De Trafford,

Fleetwood-Hesketh
A ungier — Pakenham,

Pakenham-Mahon, Pratt
A venell — Adair
A wdos — Maling
Aylward — Fairfax-

Cholmeley
A yscoghe — Floyer
A yscough — Fawkes

Babington — Langrishe

Bachecote — Butler

Badenoch—TLliot, Gordon,
Gordon-Cumming, Gor-
don-Lennox

Badger — Wethered

Badlesmere — Bertie, Burrell,
Cholmondeley, Heath-
cote - Drummond - Wil-
loughby, Scrope

Bagenal — Bayly, Paget

Bagot — Money- Kyrle, St.
Leger

Baikie — Traill

Baird— Fraser, Naesmyth

Baker — Moore

Baldwyn — Childe, Lloyd

Balfour — Baikie, Bethune,
Sharp-Bethune, Stewart,
Traill

Ballard — Bayford, Dewey

Balioll — Adair

Ballidon — Coke

Ballingham — Duckett

Balneavis — Kinloch

Banastre — Fleetwood-
Hesketh

Bannerman — Ramsay

Bannister — Beetham,
Betham

Barber — Collinson, Cooper

Bardsley — Bayley, Readett-
Bayley

Bardwell — Forester, Mil-
bank, Vane

Barisford — Cecil

Barker — Cholmondeley,
Nuttall

Barnak — Cotton-Jodrell

Barnard — Verney

Barnes — Buxton

Barr — Knox

Barret — Adair



Barrington — De Fonblanque,
Powys-Lybbe

Barry — Duckett, Molony

Bartlett — Burdett-Coutts

Barton — Assheton, Lane,
Needham

Barwell — S tra tf ord

Bashe — Floyer

Basing — Mackworth

Baskerville — Cholmondeley

Bassingbourne — Coleridge

Bateman — Fuller - Acland -
Hood

Bathurst — Paston-Cooper

Battaile — Jocelyn

Battell — Powys-Lybbe

Batten — Lyons-Montgomery

Battersby — Harford

Baude — Jocelyn

Baums — Powys-Lybbe

Baxter — Adair

Bay — Fox

Bayard — Powys-Lybbe

Bayley — Grove, Laurie

Bayly — Paget

Bayning — Brand, Roper,
Trevor- Roper

Bayntun — Starky

Beache — Ricketts

Beaubois — Estcourt-Oswald,
Oswald

Beauchamp — Corbet, Fane-
de-Salis, Fellowes, Powys-
Lybbe, Willoughby

Beauchant — Nowell-Usticke

Beaufoy — Ramsden

Beaumes — Corbet, Fellowes

Beaumont — Fleetwood-
Hesketh

Beck — Buchan-Hepburn

Becke — Fox

Beckett — Simpson

Beckivith — Ricketts

Beconsall — Hughes

Bedward — Wedderburn

Beecroft — Lacon

Beekman — Delafield

Beeston — Brookes

Beke — Burrell, Heathcote-
Drummond- Willoughby

Belasyse — Bingham

Belesmo — Chetwynd-Talbot,
Rice, Talbot

Beli Maivr — Fox, Hughes,
Lloyd, Owen

Bellaers — Bellairs

Bellemont — Fox

Betters — Child- Villiers,
Villiers

Bellhouse — Powys-Lybbe

Bellingham — Cust, Lang-
rishe, Ramsden, Slaughter

Bellomont— Powys-Lybbe

Belston— Fulford

Beltoft — Langrishe

Belward — Tempest

Bendish — Ferrier

Bennetts — Layland-Barratt

Benson — Brady, ffarington

Bentley — Littlejohn



B ere sf 'ord— Coke

Berkeley — Butler, Portman,
Scudamore-Stanhope

Bermingham — ■ Clements,
Heywood -Jones, O'Shee,
Willding- Jones

Ber nard— Scudamore-
Stanhope

Berners — Tyrwhitt

Berry — -Ducke 1 1

Bertie — Burrell, Cholmonde-
ley, Heathcote-Drum-
mond-Willoughby

Bertram — Fox, Ogle

Besby — Smyth

Best — Money- Kyrle, Payn-
ter, Russell

Besyn — Childe, Cholmonde-
ley, Leicester- Warren,
Leighton

Bethune — Eversfield

Betton — Brookes

Beures — Fox

Bey sin — Mytton

Bibby — Fleetwood-Hesketh

Bibye — Lake

Biddlecombe — -Steer

Bielinski — Lubienski

Bigot — Chetwynd - Talbot,
Rice, Talbot

Billingsley — Langrishe

Bird— Clegg-Hill, Hil! ,

Mackworth, Noel-Hill

Birket — Foster

Birmingham — Longueville,
Preston

Bisshopp — Curzon

Blackenhall — Grosvenor,
Taunton

Blackhall — Maclver-
Campbell

Blackwell — Monypenny

Blades — Prodgers

Blaidd Rudd — Lloyd

Blair— Cochrane, Cochrane-
Baillie

Blake — Mason

Blaydes — Page-Turner

Blayney — Clark, Wright

Bleddyn ap Cynftn — Bridge-
man, Hughes

Bleddyn ap Krufyn — Bridge-
man

Bledry — -Lloyd

Blenkinsopp — Coulson

Blomster — Nevile

Blore — Pixley

Blount — Clark, Floyer,
Wright

Bluet — Fellowes

Blund — Willoughby

Blundell — Blunden

Blunt — Dalby, Moore

Bodrugan — Paynter

Bodychen— H ughes

Bohun— Wrey

Bold— Fleetwood-Hesketh

Bolebec — Burrell, Chol-

mondeley, Heathcote-
Drummond- Willoughby



2183



2184

Boleyn — Bu tier

Boligh — Fox

Boiling — Tempest

Bolton — Clive, Lyster

Bomford — Mansergh

Bonatny — Dobree

Bontine — Ewi ng

Bonython — Fox

Booth — Tyrwh i 1 1

Boothby — Alexander, Thorp

Borlase — Fellowes

Borough — Roberts-Gawen

Boroughden — Floyer

Bostock — Moore

Bostocke — Fox

Bosvile — Macdonald, Nevile

Boswell — Tottenham

Boteville. See Thynne

Bottomley — C au t ley

Boultbee — Cantrell-Hubber-
sty

Bourchier — Devereux,
Knyvett, Mainwaring-
Ellerker-Onslow, Roper-
Curzon, Tyrwhitt, Wrey

Bourne — Beale-Brown

Boyle — Cavendish, Hill-Trev-
or, Langrishe, Pakenham,
Pakenham-Mahon, Sandys

Bozum — Fulford

Brabant — Heber- Percy

Brabazon — Combe

Bradshaw — Cavendish ,
ffarington

Brampton — Childe

Brancestre — Danvers

Branche — Moore

Brandon — Child- Villiers,
Egerton

Brandram — Wigan

Bray — Thorp

Braybroke — Griffin

Braybrooke — Alexander

Braye — Verney-Cave

Brebner — Innes

Brechin, Lordship of —
Knight-Erskine

Breeze — Adams

Brerehaugh — Money- Kyrle

Brettige — Deane-Morgan

Brett — Money- Kyrle

Brewer — Powys-Lybbe

Br ewes — Acton, Floyer,
Lyon-Dalberg- Acton

Brewester — Staniland

Brewin — Eliot

Brinton — Crossley

Brittany — Corbet, Fellowes,
Fox, Powys-Lybbe

Brixston — Eliot

Broade — Stanier

Broadhead — Brinckman

Brockwell Ysgithrog — Lloyd

Brockholes — Hordern

Brotnflete — Cave

Bromley — Bridgeman, Need-
ham

Brooke — Alexander, Firman,
Parnell, Thorpe

Brotherton — Butler,
Fitzalan-Howard

Brough — Money- Kyrle

Broughton — Clive, Fox

Broun — Fergusson

Browe — Bridgeman, Daven-
port

Brown — Lees, Trotter

Browne — Blake, Blake-de
Burgh, Mostyn, Parker,
Verney-Cave

Brownlmv — Burrell, Cust,
Heathcote - Drummond -
Willoughby, Mansergh

Broxbome — Moore

Broxton — Byrd, Mackworth

Bruce — Boswell

Brus — Childe, Fox

Bryan — Bellew, Fox, Moore



3|nDer of Ctuartertnpf



Brydges — Scudamore - Stan-
hope

Buchan — Montgomerie

Buck — Stucley

Buckler — Astley

Buckley— Cotton- Jodrell

.Bwcftne//— Broadmead

Bugge — Thornton

Bulkeley — Byrd, Chamney,
Hughes, Mackworth,

Needham

Bull — Strangways

Bu llingbrook — Floyer

Bullock— Hall, Troyte-

Chafyn-Grove

Bulmer — ■ Chetwynd-Talbot,
Fox, Nevile, Powys-Lybbe,
Rice, Talbot

Burd — Jennings

Burdett— Money-Coutts

Burges — Lamb

Burgh — Alexander, Bridge-
man, Cholmondeley, Cot-
ton- Jodrell, Leicester-
Warren, Leighton, Money-
Kyrle, Mytton

Burghe — Fox

Burgheaton — Adair

Burgherch — Powys-Lybbe

Burke — Fox

Burleston — -Eliot

Burley — Corbet, Fellowes

Bum — Forbes-Leith

Bumard — Chichester

Burnell — Fox

Burnham — Langrishe

Burnishead — Langrishe

Burnshead — Cust

Burnshide — Ramsden

Bumside — Duckett

Burra — Pomfret

Burrell — Heathcote-
Drummond- Willoughby

Burrow — Bower

Burton — Beetham, Betham

Burwell — Up ton-Cot trell-
Dormer

Bury — Hutton, Palliser

Butler — Needham, Ramsden

Butterworth — Cotton- Jodrell

Button — Cox

By go — Rawson

Byng — Bridgeman

Byrd — Mackworth

Byrne — Lei cester

Cadbury — Fox

Caddell ab Brochwell —

Hughes
Cadell — Lloyd
Cadell ap Brochwel ap Eliseg

—Lloyd
Cadell Deymllwg — Lloyd
Cadi/or ap Dinawell — Lloyd
Cadifor ap Selif — Lloyd
Cadifor Vawr — Lloyd
Cadivor Vawr — Lloyd
Cadrod Calchevyndd — Lloyd
Cadwalader — Hughes, Lloyd
Cadwalladr Vendigaid —

Hughes
Cadwallon — Hughes, Lloyd
Ccesar — Upton-Cottrell-

Dormer
Cairnes — Lawlor, Westenra
Caithness — Boswell, Sinclair
Calcot — Chambre
Calder — Campbell
Caldwell — Bloomneld
Callander — Burn-Murdoch
Callendar — Livingston
Calthorpe— Langrishe
Calverley — Cotton- Jodrell
Calvert — Verney
Cam — Thackwell
Cambrey — Childe, Chol-

mondeley, Leicester-

Warren, Leighton



Cambride — Money- Kyrle

Camhow — Adair

Camoys — Barttelot

Campbell — Buchanan- Dun-
lop, Butler, Orde, Spens

Camvile — Adair

Cann — Master

Cantelupe — Sackville-West

Canter — Britton, Carlyon-
Britton

Caradoc Vreichfras — Hughes,
Lloyd

Caradoc Vraich Vras —
Hughes, Lloyd

Carew — Fox, Moore

Carless — Attwood, Freeman

Car lion — Fox

Carlyon — Spry

Carminow — Buller, Hor-
dern, Manningham-Buller,
Yarde-Buller

Camaby — Ramsden

Camegy-A rbuthnott —
Johnson

Carr — Glyn, Russell, Vigors

Carrick — Butler

Carrier — Anson

Carstairs — M'Neil

Carswell — Eliot

Carter — Thompson

Carver — Athorpe

Carwed ab Marchudd —
Hughes

Cary — Butler, Elwes

Caseborne — Ricketts

Castile — Powys-Lybbe

Cater — Hyde

Cathcart — Monypenny

Catlyn — Spencer

Cator — Lennard

Cattcrick — Witham

Caverswell — Grosvenor,
Taunton

Caythorpe — Floyer

Cecil— Fox

Chaigneau — -Colvill

Chaldecott— Bingham

Cluillons — Fulford

Chaloner — Cole-Hamilton

Chamberlaine — Villiers-
Tuthill

Chamberlayne — Taunton

Chandos — Russell, Scuda-
more-Stanhope

Channell — Floyer

Cliaplin — Floyer

Chapman — Walsham

Chappell — Brown- Westhead

Charles II. See England,
France

Charlton — Anne, Bridge-
man, Meyrick

Chamells — Burrell, Chol-
mondeley, Heathcote-
Drummond- Willoughby

Chastelyn — Jocelyn

Chatterton — Tottenham

Chauncellor — Floyer

Chauncey — Ames

Chaucous — Money- Kyrle

Chaworth — -Musters, Rooper

Chedder — Burrell, Chol-

mondeley, Heathcote-

Drummond- Willoughby

Chedle — Hughes

Chelmington — Moore

Chenduit — Hordern

Cheney — Johnston

Chenow — Ricketts

Chernocke — -Downes

C hester — M aster

Chetham — Tottenham

Chetilton — Davenport

Chetleton — Needham

Chetwyn — Powys-Lybbe

Chetwynd — Grosvenor, Tal-
bot, Taunton

Chichester — O'Neill



Chidcock — Arundell

Chiseldon — Floyer

Chiskolme — Mackenzie

Oiolmeley — Tempest

Churchill — Child- Villiers,
Fox, Osborne, Spencer

Chute — Ellis

Cilin ab y Blaidd Rhudd —
Hughes

Clare — Burrell, Cholmonde-
ley, Heathcote-Drum-
mond-Willoughby, Powys-
Lybbe, Scrope

Clark— Wright

Clarke — Lane

Clavering — Campbell, Chet-
wynd-Talbot, Fox, Rice,
Talbot

Clayton — Bridgeman, Case

Cleghom — Sprot

Clements — Lane

Cleveland — Christie

Cliffe — Bayley, Cave, Malet,
Vigors, Witham

Clifford — Cavendish, Chet-
wynd-Talbot, Child-
Villiers, Egerton, Rice,
Talbot

Clifton — Grey de Ruthyn,
Jerningham, Needham

Clopton — Bridgeman, Childe,
Cholmondeley, Leicester-
Warren, Leighton, Myt-
ton

Clotworthy — Skeffington

Clun — Mostyn

Cobham — Alexander

Cockayne — Adair, Assheton

Cockerell — Rushout

Cocks — Pakington

Coel Godeboc — Hughes, Lloyd

Cogan— Duckett, Wrey

Cokefield — -Floyer

Colbome — Nugent

Colbroke — Burrell, Chol-

mondeley, Heathcote-
Drummond- Willoughby

Colco m be— Money- Kyrle

Cole — Cholmondeley

Colenwood — Jessop

Colley — Wellesley

Collins — Lees, Ross, Teni-
son

Colman — Villiers-Tuthill

Colpys — Tweedy

Colvile — Lane, Villiers-Tut-
hill

Colvill — Peyton

Colville — Chetwynd-Talbot,
Marindin, Rice, Talbot

Combmartin — Money- Kyrle

Comerford — Langton

Comin — Chetwynd - Talbot,
Rice, Talbot

Compton — Cavendish, Main-
waring - Ellerker - Onslow,
Ormerod

Comyn — Thorp

Conant — Carleton

Conduit — Fellowes

Congherst — Moore

Constable — Astley, Caton,
Frankland- Russell-Astley

Consul — Scrope

Conway — Colthurst

Conyers — -Adair, Ferrier,

Fox, Ramsden, Scrope

Conyngham — Denison

Cooch— Pratt

Coode — Buller, Manningham
-Buller, Yarde-Buller

Cook — Altham

Cooke — Moore, Poole,
Villiers-Tuthill

Cookson — Crackanthorpe

Cooper — O'Hara

Coote — Langrishe

Copson — Peake



3jntier of duartering*



Corbet — Astlev, Bridgeman,
Childe, Cholmondeley,
Fellowes, Leicester-

Warren, Leighton, Myt-
ton, Singleton
Cordell — Fox
Cornelisen — Hoare
Cornish— Ricketts, Villiers-

Tuthill
Cornwall — Floyer, Taunton
Comwallis— Eliot, Wyke-

ham-Martin
Corona — Hulley
Coteland — Eliot
Cotgravc — Cotton- J odrell
Cotiingham — Cot ton- J odrell

Cotton — Childe, Egerton,
Fell, Grosvenor

Cotys— Ramsden

Coudray— Fleetwood-
Hesketh

Courtenay — Buller, Man-
ningham-Buller, Yarde-
Buller

Coury — White

Cowley — Money- Kyrle,
Wellesley

Cowper — Butler, Cholmon-
deley, Hincks, Sale

Coytmore — Walsham

Craford— Villiers-Tuthill

Craggs — Eliot

Craig — Fraser-Tytler

Craigmyle — Burnett

Crakenthorp — Askew

Cramer— Coghill, Delmege

Cramond — Boswell

Crawford — Boyle

Cready — Acland, Malet

Creagh— Singleton

Creedy — Forester, Milbank

Creke — Wi lloughby

Cressy — Primrose

Crewkeme — Tottenham

Crispen — De Trafford

Crofts — Nevile

Croke — Floyer

Crompton — Jessop, Roth-
well-Jackson

Crosbie — Brand, Talbot

Cross — Starkey

Crosse— H amilton

Croxton — Bartlett

C rozier — Sur tees



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