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Frederick Charles Vernon- Went worth of Went worth Castle ;
and has surv. issue — William George Long, Gentleman, b.
1899 ; Aline Hester ; and Louise. Seat — Hurts Hall,

LONGCROFT (H. Coll.). Per fesse nebuly gules and
sable, a lion rampant argent between six crosses bottony
fitchee or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant argent, holding
between the paws three annulets interlaced or, and charged
on the shoulder with a saltire gules. Motto — "Nunc ut

Son of Charles John Longcroft, Gentleman, of Hall
Place, Havant : —

Edward Roy Longcroft, Gentleman, b. . Seat — Hall

Place, Havant. Address — West Street, Havant, Hants.

Esquire, J. P., D. L. co. Cork, Colonel late 2nd Life Gds.
Born Oct. 16, 1858, being the eldest son of the late Mounti-
ford Longfield, Esq., J.P., D.L., and High Sheriff 1851;, co.
Cork, by his wife Caroline Augusta, sole surviving child of
George Courtenay of Ballyedmond, co. Cork. Armorial
bearings — Gules, a chevron ermine between seven crosses
crosslet fitchee, three in chief and four in base argent.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet
or, a demi-lion rampant gules. Motto — " Parceresubjectis."
Married, Jan. 10, 1891, Alice Elizabeth, second dau. of
James Mason of Eynsham Hall, co. Oxford ; and has Issue
— Rita Narcissa [m. 1st, 1911, Capt. Hon. Cyril Myles
Ponsonby, M.V O., Major Gren. Gds. (killed in action 1915) ;
2nd, 1918, Neville Alfred Flower, of Codicote Mill, Welwyn ,
Herts.]; NorahMary; and Cynthia Evelyn. Seat— Castle
Mary, Cloyne, co. Cork. Town res. — 20 Pont Street,
S.W.i. Clubs — Carlton, Turf, and Kildare Street (Dublin).

LONGFIELD of Longueville (U.O.). Gules, a chevron
ermine, between seven crosses crosslet fitchee, three in chief
and four in base argent. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi-lion rampant
gules. Motto — " Parcere subjectis. " Livery — Blue, red

Sons of Richard Longfield, Esq. , of Longueville, co.

Cork, J.P. and D.L. (High Sheriff 1833), M.P. for co.

Cork 1835, b. 1802 ; d. 1889 ; m. 2nd, 1841, Jemima

Lucy, d. of Wyrley Birch, Esq., of Wretham Hall


Richard Edmund Longfield, Esq., J. P., D.L. co Cork

(High Sheriff 1887), M.A. Trin. Coll., Cambridge, b. 1842;

m. 1872, Alberta Charlotte, d. of Sir William Howard

Russell, LL.D. ; and has had Issue — (1) Richard William

Longfield, Esq., Captain 3rd Dragoon Guards (retired), b.

18 73 I ( 2 ) Lewis Longfield, Esq., late Major R.A.S.C, b.

1874 [w. 1897, Olive Katie Oake, only child of J. Murray
Dobson ; and has issue — Theodore Edmund Longfield,
Lieut. R.E. , b. 1899 ; and Richard James Longfield, Lieut.
R.H.A., b. 1901]; (3) Charles Edmund Longfield, Capt.
R. Munster Fus. , b. 1885; killed in action 1918 ; Sybil
Mary [w». 1899, Brig.-Gen. William Percival Monkhouse,
C.B., C.M.G., M.V.O.]; and Muriel Alberta [m. 1899,
Wyrley Edwin George Wyrley- Birch]. Estate — Longue-
ville, Mallow, co. Cork. Club — Cork County.

Lt.-Col. Augustus Henry Longfield, late 1st Batt. Nor-
folk Regt., b. 1845; m. 1883, Florence Amy, younger d.
of Richard Nicholas Percival of Springfield, Sandbach,
Cheshire; and has had issue — John Percival Longfield,
Esq., M.V.O., Capt. Norfolk Regt., b. 1885; killed in
action 1916. Seat — Waterloo, Mallow, co. Cork.

Son of John Edmund Longfield, Esq., J.P. co. Cork,

B.A. (Dublin), Capt. 9th Batt. King's Royal Rifle

Corps, b. 1865 ; d. 1918 ; m. 1898 (his cousin), Elinor

Mary Augusta, d. of Henry Longfield of Mallow, co.

Cork : —
John Foster Longfield, Gentleman, Lieut. Roy. Corps
of Signals, b. 1906. Seat — Knockbeg, Braunton, Devon.

Son of Rev. Claude Robert Longfield, b. 1871 ; d.

1903 ; m. 1899, Anna Arabella, d. of John Bomford of

Oakley Park, co. Meath: —
Richard Charles Longfield, Esq., Capt. R.A. , b. 1901.

Younger son of Rev. Richard Longfield and Wilhelmina

Gollock :—
William Elrington Longfield, Esq., Assist. Director of
Railways, Sudan, Col. (ret.) R.E., b. 1874 ; m. 1908,
Maude Kirkby, d. of Ralph B. Bagnall-Wild of Costock.'
Res. — The Manor House, Arlington, Bibury.

Son of Rev. George Longfield, D D., M.A., d. ;

d. 1878 ; m. 1859, Mary Webb, eldest d. of Nathaniel

Webb Ware :—
Mountifort George Longfield, Gentleman, Barrister-at-
Law, b. 1864. Res. — 5 Hatch Street, Dublin.

Son of Henry Longfield, Gentleman, b. 1820 ; d. 1898;

m. 1886, Elinor, d. of N. Webb Ware : _
Henry Foster Longfield, Gentleman, b. 1867 ; m. 1894,
Cherry Frances Pennefather, d. of Capt. R. L. Warren.
Res. — Grange Erin, Douglas, co. Cork.

Son of Henry Longfield of Sea Court, Timoleague, co.

Cork, b. 1828 ; d. 1871 ; m. 1857, Eliza Augusta, only

child of William Purcell of Altamira, co. Cork: —
Mountifort Longfield, Esq., J.P. and D.L. (High Sheriff
1906), co. Cork, b. 1866 ; m. 1891, Geraldine Spencer, only
d. of Henley J. Edwards, late Indian Navy. Res. —
Tremough, Penryn, Cornwall. Club — Wellington.

LONGLEY (H. Coll., 4 Feb. 1924). Quarterly per
fesse indented azure and argent, in the second and third
quarters a Latin cross gules, on a chief ermine, a harp or,
between two swords erect proper, pommelled and hilted
gold. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a lion sejant proper, gorged with a wreath
of oak, and resting the dexter foot on a cross vert. Motto
— " Esse quam videre." Livery — Buff, with blue facings.

2nd son of Charles Thomas Longley, I.C.S., b. 1831 ;

d. 1888 ; m. 1859, Emmeline Frances (d. 1922), d.

of Joseph Howard Lloyd, of Llangadock, co.

Carmarthen : —
Sir John Raynsford Longley, K.C.M.G. (1919), C.B.
(1916), Maj.-Gen. (ret.) E. Surrey Regt., b. 1867 ; m.
1896, Iva Kathleen, d. of the late Maj. W. Molony, of
Kiltanon, co. Clare; and has had issue — (1) Charles
Raynsford John Molony Longley, Esq., Midshipman
R.N., b. 1897; </. 1916; John Moloney Longley, Gentle-
man, b. 1906. Res. — Old Hall, Cheswardine, Shropshire.
Clubs — Naval and Military ; Shropshire (Shrewsbury).


LONGFORD of Northfield (H. Coll.). Paly of six or
and gules, a bend engrailed between two pairs of wings
conjoined in lure ermine. Mantling gules and or Crest




— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a plume of four

ostrich feathers, alternately or and argent, an oak-apple
leaved and slipped proper. Motto — " Exorna."

Only surv. son of Richard Longford, of Balsall
Heath, Worcs., b. 1822 ; d. 1895 ; m. 1850, Sarah,
d. of Thomas Wingfield, Gentleman, of Croome
d'Abitot, Worcs. : —
William Wingfield Longford, Gentleman, C.C. City of
Birmingham, b. 1856 ; m. 1881, Clara Wade, d. of Samuel
Powell, of Birmingham ; and has issue — Rev. William
Wingfield Longford, D.D. (Oxon.), Clerk in Holy Orders,
Hon. C.F. (despatches 1918), Rector of Caversham, b.
1882 [m. 1st, 1912, Lizzie Mansfield, d. of John D.
Templeton, of Craigovad, co. Down ; 2nd, 1918, Georgina,
d. of John S. Mcintosh, O.B.E. (Bey) Zeitun, Cairo, and
has issue — Edward de Toesny Longford, Gentleman, b.
1925 ; Dorothy Eileen ; Margaret Wade ; and Elizabeth
Clare (Res. — Caversham Rectory, Oxon.)]; Herbert
George Longford, Gentleman, b. 1884 [m. 1912, Marion
Eleanor, d. of Samuel Ingersthorp, of Birmingham, and
has issue — Richard John Longford, Gentleman, b. 1920 ;
Dorothy Joan ; Mary Wingfield ; and Barbara Wingfield
(Res. — Withington House, Abingdon-on-Thames) ; Clara
Dorothy, ita.— Northfield, Worcs. Club— E.S.U.

LONGMAN of Windlesham, Surrey (H. Coll., 1909).
Gules, an ancient ship in full sail proper between three
buckles or. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a lion rampant azure between two buckles
as in the arms.

Son of William Longman, Publisher, of London, b.

1813; d. 1877; m. 1844, Emma (d. 1884), d. of

Frederick P. Barlow of Kensington : —
Sir Hubert Harry Longman, 1st Bart. (1909), J. P. and
C.C. for Surrey, and Chairman of its Asylums Committee,
b. 1856; m. 1881, Laura Romaine, d. of A. F. Govett,
Esq., J. P., of Laleham, Staines. Seat— Lavershot Hall,
Windlesham, Surrey. Clubs — National Liberal, United

LONGMORE of Hertford (H. Coll., 29 Oct. 1909).
Sable, two chevronels between in chief as many griffins'
heads erased or, and in base a laurel wreath fructed proper,
the escutcheon being surrounded by the ribbon and pendent
the badge of a K.CB. (civ.). Mantling sable and or,
surrounded with the circle and Motto of the Order of the
Bath, and with a representation of the badge of the Order
suspended therefrom. Crest On a wreath of the colours,
in front of two branches of laurel in saltire, a sword erect
proper. Motto — " In utrumque paratus." Liverv— Black

coat and trousers, brass buttons, green and yellow waist-

Son of Matthew Skinner Longmore of Hertford, b.

1828; d. 1878; m. 1855, Anne. d. of Rev. Joseph

Samuel Stockwell, of Wylye Rectory, Wilts. : —

Sir Charles Elton Longmore, K.CB. (1913), Clerk of

the Peace co. Hertford, Clerk of the Hertford County

Council, Hon. Col. (V.D.) 1st Batt. Herts. Regt. , a Member

of the Commission of Lieutenancy for the City of London,

b. 1855 ; m. 1880, Helen Julia, d. of late Thomas Sworder

of Wallfields, Hertford; and has surv. issue — (1) Major

Philip Elton Longmore, b. 1884; (2) Capt. John

Alexander Longmore, M.B.E. , b. 1899 ; Frances Joan [m.

1911, Charles Tasker Evans] ; and Helen Joyce [m. Lt.-

Col. L. F. Smeathman, D.S.O,, M.C.]. Res.— Porthill

House, Hertford. Clubs — Carlton ; St. Stephen's.

LONGMORE of The Mythe, Tewkesbury (H. Coll.,
1823). Erminois, on a chevron azure, between two leopards'
faces in chief proper and a lion passant guardant in base gules,
three cross crosslets or. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, two javelins in saltire, sur-
mounted of a leopard's face, encircled by a garland ot roses
and violets all proper. Motto — " Finem respice. "

Son of Charles Croker Longmore, b. 1855 ; d. 1926 ;
m. 1883, Janet Murray : —

Air Commodore Arthur Murray Longmore, C.B. (1925),
D.S.O. (1919), R.A.F., b. 1885; m. 1913, Marjorie, d. of
W. Maitland, CLE., of Witley Manor, Godalming ; and
has issue — (1) Richard Maitland Longmore, Gentleman, b.
1915; (2) William James Maitland Longmore, Gentleman,
b. 1919 ; (3) Peter Maitland Longmore, Gentleman,*. 1922;
and 1 dau. Res. — Elsham House, Grantham. Clubs — Army
and Navy ; R.A.F.

Esquire, C.B., C.M.G., C.B.E., D.S.O., Brig Gen. (ret.
192 1 ), formerly Lt.-Col. Army Service Corps, served in S.
African Campaign and Great War 1914-19, Brig.-Gen. in
charge of Administration in Egypt 1920-21. Born Aug. 8,
1870, being the second but eldest surviving son of the late
Surgeon-General Sir Thomas Longmore, Knight Bachelor,
Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath,
Honorary Surgeon to the Queen, by his wife Mary Rosalie
Helen, dau. of the late Captain W. S. Moorsom of the
52nd Regiment. Armorial bearings— Sable, on a chev-
ron ermine, between in chief two swords in pale, points
upwards proper, pommels and hilts or, and in base a
caduceus erect of the last, a cross couped gules. Mantling
sable and argent; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of
the colours, a caduceus erect or, in front of two flag-staves
in saltire proper, flowing from each a banner gules, charged
with a lozenge ermine, thereon a cross as in the arms ;
with the Motto, " In omnibus caritas." Married 1897,
Nita, d. of the late Thomas Davis. Postal address—
Mellands, Powderham, Exeter.

LONGUEVILLE (H. Coll., Roy. Lie, 18 Jan. 1889).
Quarterly of fourteen, 1 and 14, gules, a fesse dancettee
ermine, between six cross crosslets fitchee argent (for
Longueville) ; 2. vair, a lion rampant or between two roses
gules in fesse and an annulet in base of the second
(for Jones) ; 3. as first (for Longueville) ; 4. or, a maunch
gules (for Hastings) ; 5. sable, a fesse argent between
three cinquefoils or (for Hunt) ; 6. azure, an eagle dis-
played argent, surmounted by a bendlet gules (for
Wolverton) ; 7. or, on a chief gules, two dexter hands
couped at the wrist argent (for Manfelin) ; 8. gules, three
roach naiant argent (for Roche) ; 9. per pale dancettee
argent and sable (for Birmingham, ancient) ; 10. azure, a
bendlozengy or (for Birmingham) ; n. quarterly, gules and
or, in the first quarter a cross moline argent (for Middle-
ton) ; 12. vert, three lions rampant argent (for Wardwick) ;
13, sable, crusily fitche'e and three covered cups argent
(for Strivelin) Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a talbot's
head couped gules, eared, and charged with a fesse
dancettee argent. Motto— "Till then thus." Livery—
Coat grey, waistcoat red, buttons silver.

Sons of Thomas Longueville, Esq., J. P. Salop, of
Llanforda, Oswestry, b. 1844; d. 1922; m. 1868, Mary
Frances (d. 1910), only child and sole heir of Alexander
Robertson of Balgownie Lodge, in the county of Aber-
deen : —
Reginald Longueville, Esq., Major (ret.) Coldstream
Gds., Lt.-Col. comdg. 7th Batt. R. Welsh Fusiliers (T.F.)




1910-14, J. P. co. Salop, b. March 26, 1869; tn. 1912,
Dorothy Mary Catherine (d. 1925), d. of William Joseph
Fitzherbert Brockholes of Claughion ; and has issue —
Thomas Anthony Longueville, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; and
Margaret Mary Cecil Winifred. Seat — Penylan, Oswestry.
Club — Travellers ' .

Edward Longueville, Esq., Major late Coldstream
Guards, b. 1877 ; tn. 1909, Doris, d. cf Joseph Fletcher
Green, of Blackheath, Kent, and has issue — 1 son.

Francis Longueville, Esq., D.S.O., M.C. , Major Cold-
stream Guards, b. 1892; m. 1920, Gertrude, d. of G. R.
Venables, of Oakhurst, Oswestry, and has issue— 2 sons; 2
daus. Clubs — Guards', Arthur's.

LONGSTAFF (H. Coll., 29 Dec. 1881). Quarterly,
argent and sable, on a bend indented gules, between two
pheons of the first a quarter-staff or. Crest — Upon a

wreath of the colours, two arms embowed vested sable,
sem^e-de-lys, and cuffed argent, the hands proper, grasping
a quarter-staff fessewise or. Motto — " Vigilate. Livery
— Claret colour.

Sons of George Dixon Longstaff. M.D. , b. 1799; d.

1892; m. 1833, Maria, eld. d. of the late Henry

Blundell, J.P. :—
The late Llewellyn Wood Longstaff, Esq., O.B.E., Col.
1st V.B. East Yorks. Regt., of Ridgelands, Wimbledon, b.
1841 ; d. 19 18 ; tn. 1873, Mary Lydia, second d. of the late
Thomas William Sawyer, Lieut. R.N.R. ; and had issue — (1)
Tom George Longstaff, Esq., Capt. (ret.) ist/7th Batt.
Hampshire Regt., M.A., M.D. (Oxon.), of Picket Hill,
Ringwood, and the Athenaeum, Pall Mall, b. 1875 [m. 1911,
Dora Hamilton, third d. of Bernard Scott, of Sway,
Hants.; and has issue — Diana Longstaff; Sylvia Mary
Longstaff ; Ursula Longstaff ; Barbara Dixon ; Joanna
Gilbert ; and Sara Bodley] ; (2) Cedric Llewellyn Longstaff,
Esq., Major (ret.) 6th Bn. The Prince of Wales's (N. Staffs.
Regt.), formerly Capt. 2nd V.B. East Surrey Regt., Hon.
Capt. in the Army, M. A. (Oxon.), J. P., of Nearfield House,
Lichfield, Staffs., b. 1876 [tn. 1903, Lilias Marow, d. ot
Sir Thomas Wilmot Peregrine Blomefield, Bart. , C.B. ; and
has surv. issue — Andrew Llewellyn Longstaff, Gentleman,
b. 1906; Wilmot Dixon Longstaff, Gentleman, b. 1907;
Charles Cedric Longstaff, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; and Marow
Mary Lilias] ; (3) Frederick Victor Longstaff, Esq. , Major
(ret.) 5th Batt. East Surrey Regt., b. 1879 [tn. 1921,
Jennie Long, d. of the late Frederick McCulloch, of
Victoria, B.C. (Res. — Seabank, Victoria, B.C., Canada)];
(4) Gilbert Conrad Longstaff, Esq., late Lieut. R.N.V. R.,
B.A. (Camb.), b. 1884; Edith Mary Longstaff
Longstaff (d. in infancy) ; Beatrix Marie Longstaff

Longstaff [ot. 1908, Capt. DuPreP. Lance, M.C, thirdson
of Lt.-Gen. Sir Frederick Lance, K.C B.] ; Katharine
Longstaff Longstaff [tn. 191 1, the late Captain A. Felix
Wedgwood, 5th Bn. North Staffordshire Regt., yst. son of
late C. F. Wedgwood of Barlaston, Staffordshire] ; and
Margaret Longstaff [tn. 1906, Lieut. -Colonel J. E. H.
Sawyer, M.D. (Oxon.), late R. A. M.C, eld. son of Sir James
Sawyer of Haseley Hall, Warwick].

The late George Blundell Longstaff, Esq., of Twitchen,
Morthoe, Devon, formerly Capt. 1st Vol. Batt. East
Yorks. Regt., M.A., M.D. (Oxon.), F.R.C.P., J.P. for
cos. of London and Devon, Member of London C.C.
1888-1903, b. 1849 ; d. 1921 ; m. 1st, 1875, Sara Learn
(d. 1903), first d. of late Edward Dixon, J.P. of Southampton;
2nd, 1906, Mary Jane, d. of the late Matthewman Hodgson
Donald of Stanwix, Carlisle, and Blaithwaite, co. Cumber-
land ; and had issue — fi) Ralph Longstaff, Esq., D.S.O.,
J, P., Lieut. -Colonel (ret.), of Roy. Field Art., b. 1878 [tn.
1913, Edytha Margaret Goodwin ; and has issue (Res.
— Tivitchen-Morthoe, Devon)] ; (2) Cuthbert Dixon Long-
staff, Esq., Commander R.N., b. 1882 [tn. ]; Mabel
[tn. 1900, Arthur Loftus Onslow ; and has issue] ; and Daisy
Longstaff. Post. add. —

LONGWORTH (R.L., H. Coll.). Argent, gutt6e-de-
poix, three trefoils slipped in fesse vert between as many
dragons' heads erased sable. Mantling sable and argent.

Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a
talbot's head erased sable, holding in the mouth a sword
in bend proper, point downwards, pommel and hilt or,
between two trefoils slipped vert. Motto — " Fidele pour
toujours." Livety — Light drab, black collar.

Son of George Francis Hulton Bailer, b. 1852 ; d. 1882;

tn. 1873, Florence, d. of Rev. G. T. Comyns of Wood,

co. Devon : —
Thomas James Longworth, Esq.; late Major R. Gloucester-
shire Hus. , assumed the name and arms of Longworth by
R.L. under the will of the Rev. Thomas James Longworth
of Walworth House, Cheltenham, b. 1875; m - 1902, Lilian
Grace, yst. d. of Capt. Walter Strickland, J.P. Res —
Newnton Priory, Wilts. ; 15 Elvaston Place, S. W. Clubs —
Cavalry, Ranelagh.



LOOMIS (L.O. 1915, rematric. 1920). Per pale, the
dexter side per fesse, in chief, or, a double-headed eagle
sable, imperially crowned proper, charged on the breast




with an escutcheon gold, thereon three lions rampant of the
second (being the arms of the town of Cambrai) ; and in
base, gules, on a mount vert, a castle with walls and
encrinte and towers argent, flagged and vaned or, door of
the first, therein a lion sejant guardant of the third, and
above the archway, on an escutcheon of the fourth, parted
per cross, first and fourth, a lion rampant sable, second and
third, the same of the first (being the arms of the town ot
Mons) ; and on the sinister, or, a cross gules, in the first
and second quarters a boar's head erased sable, armed and
langued of the second, and in the third and fourth two maple
leaves vert. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest — On a
wreath of his liveries, an elk's head caboshed proper. Motto
— " Virtutem colimus."

Second son of Daniel Gordon Loomis, of Sherbrooke,
Prov. Quebec, Canada, b. 1840; d. 1924; m. 1862,
Amelia, d. of Ambrose Burrowes, of Sherbrooke,

George de Arroyave Lopes, Gentleman, b. 1872 ; m. 1913,
Maude Mary (d. 1924), d. of Lawrence Cockburn and widow

Quebec : —
Sir Frederick
C.M.G., D.S.O.
Army, 6. 1870 ;
b. 1901 ;

Oscar Warren Loomis, K.C.B. (mil.),

with Bar, Major-Gen. in H.M.'s Canadian

m. 1894, Maggie Morrison, d. of James

and has issue — Daniel McKay Loomis, Esq.,

Frederick Arthur Loomis, Esq., b 1902 ; Miles

Lawrence Loomis, Esq., b. 1908; Alec Pennoyer Loomis,
Esq., b. 1910; James Gordon Loomis, Esq., b. 1912 ;
Marjorie Mundell; and Roberta Burrowes. Res. — 34
Lincoln Avenue, Montreal, Canada


LORD, Argent, on a rock proper, a tower sable sur-
mounted by a fesse gules, between two cinquefoils in chief
and as many pheons in base of the last. Mantling- sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a rock
proper, in front of a tower sable, a hind argent, resting the
dexter foreleg on a pheon gules. Motto — " Virtute et

Son of Sir Riley Lord, Knight Bachelor (1900), of
Highfield Hall, Gosforth, Northumberland, J. P. co.
Northumberland and for the city and county of New-
castle-upon-Tyne, b. 1838; d. ; m. 1858, Mary,
dau. of John Haggas of Keighley, Yorkshire: —
Albert Alexander Lord, Esq., b. Sept. 7, 1859. Seat —

LOREBURN, Baron, see REID.

LOPES (R.L., 4 May 1831, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and
4, azure, on a chevron between three eagles rising or, as
many bars gemelles gules, on a chief of the second, five
lozenges of the field (Lopes, H. Coll., 1805) ; 2 and 3, in a
landscape field a fountain, thereout issuing a palm-tree all
proper (Franco, H. Coll., 1760). Mantling azure and or.
Crests— 1. on a wreath of the colours, a lion sejant erminois,
gorged with a collar gemelle gules, the dexter paw resting
on a lozenge azure (Lopes) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours,
a dexter arm couped and embowed, habited purpure,
purpled or, the cuff argent, holding a palm-branch proper
(Franco). Mottoes— " Quod tibi id alii" (Lopes); "Sub
pace copia" (Franco).

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Massey Lopes, 3rd Bart., P.C. ,

M.A. (Oxon.), M.P., J. P., D.L., and C.A. (High

Sheriff co. Devon 1857), b. 1818 ; d. 1908; m. (1st),

1854, Hon. Bertha {d. 1872), only d. of John, 1st Lord

Churston : —

Sir Henry Yarde Buller Lopes, 4th Bart. (1 Nov. 1805),

J. P. and D.L. co. Devon, Barrister-at-Law, late Lieut.

1st Devon Y.C. , M.P. for Grantham 1892-1900, b. 1859;

m. 1891, Lady Albertha Edgcumbe, d. of Earl of Mount

Edgcumbe ; and has issue — Massey Henry Edgcumbe

Lopes, Esq., B.A. (Oxon.), Lieut. The Scots Greys, b.

1903 ; Katherine Frederica Albertha [m. 1919, Hon. Erskine

Arthur Nicholson, D.S.O., Comdr. R.N. (q.v.))\ Bertha

Louisa Victoria [m. 1921, Capt. James Murray Pipon,

C.M.G., M.V.O., R.N., Naval Attache' British Embassy,

Paris] ; Margaret Beatrice [m. 1927, Major Henry A. R.

Graham] ; and Constance Eilzabeth. Seat — Maristow,

Roborough, Devonshire; and Burraton, Horrabridge, S.

Devon. Res. — 28 Grosvenor Gardens, S.W. Clubs —

Carlton, Wellington.

Sons of George Ludlow Lopes, Esq., J. P. and D.L.
Wilts., b. 1836 ; d. 1909 ; m. 1871, Georgina Emma (d.
1912), d. of Anselmo de Arroyave: —

of Capt. Granville Forbes, 79th Highlanders. Res. — 7
Egerton Place, S.W. Clubs — St. James's, Carlton.

Rev. John Ludlow Lopes, M.A. (Oxon.), D.D. (Rome),
Chaplain to R.C. Students at Cambridge since 1922, b. 1882.
Post. add. — 24 Church Green, Witney, Oxon, Club —
United University.

LORT-PHILLIPS (H. Coll., 1926). Quarterly, 1 and
4, argent, a pile ermine, over all a horse forcene sable
bridled and reined gules (for Phillips) ; 2 and 3, per fesse
azure and gules, a cross or, in the centre point an ermine
spot (for Lort). Mantling sable and argent. Crests — 1.
on a wreath of the colours, issuant from the battlements of
a tower proper, charged with three fleurs-de-lis, a demi-
horse sable bridled and reined gules (for Phillips) ; 2. on
a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm embowed in armour
resting on the elbow, grasping in the hand a tilting-spear
proper flowing therefrom a banner of the arms of Lort (for
Lort). Motto— " Fide et fortuna."

Only son of Alfred Gillett, Esq., J. P., of 45 Mount
Street, W., and Cottesmore, Haverfordwest, Pembroke-
shire, b. 1836; d. 1894; m. 1871, Frederica Isabella
Augusta, d. of Richard Ilbert Phillips, of Lawrenny
Park, Pembrokeshire: —
Frederick Alfred Lort-Phillips, Gentleman (assumed by
Deed Poll, 10 June 1926, the surname of Lort-Phillips in
lieu of Gillett), late Major Pembroke (Castlemartin) Yeo.,
b. 1872 ; m. 1897, Cecily Mary, only d. of Captain Henry
Lamplugh Wickham (q.v.), and has surv. issue — Raymond
Lort-Phillips, Gentleman, b. 1903; Eira Teresa; and
Dorothy. Seat — Down Grange, Basingstoke, Hants.
Clubs — Junior Carlton, Geographical.

LOSCOMBE(H. Coll., 1762). Argent, on a fesse azure,
between three leopards' faces proper, a cross moline be-
tween two cross crosslets or. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-leopard proper,
collared gules, holding in the dexter paw a cross moline as
in the arms. Motto — " Moderata durant."

Sons of Francis Russell Loscombe, Gentleman, of

Heath House, Andover, b. 1815; d. 1887; m. 1st,

1842, Sarah, d. of William Pickering of Axminster,

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