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marsh Rectory, Thrapston.


LUCY (R.L., 9 Feb. 1787, H. Coll.). Gules, sem<§e ot
cross crosslets, three lucies hauriant argent. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest— Out of a ducal coronet gules, a
boar's head argent, gutt6e-de-poix, between two wings sable,
billeted or. Motto — " By truth and diligence."

Sons of Edmund Berkeley Lucy, Gentleman, b. 1842 ;
d. 1909; m. 1869, Laura Margaret Mulgrave, d. and
coh. of William Standish of Duxbury Park, Lanes. : —
Reynold Lucy, Gentleman, b. 1879. Res. —
Reginald Standish Lucy, Esq., Capt. R.A., b. 1880.

J. P. for co. of Gloucester, Vicar of Astbury, Congleton,
rgr2. Born 1848, being the eldest son of the late
William Charles Lucy, Esq., J. P. of Brookthorpe,
Gloucestershire, by his wife Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas
Sowdon. Armorial bearings— Ermine, on a pilejaetween
two pike hauriant in base gules, a pike also hauriant
between three cross crosslets argent. Mantling gules and
argent ; and for the Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon
a mount vert, a boar's head gules issuant from a wreath of
oak proper, between two wings barry of six argent and
gules. Married, 1875, Agnes, dau. of Thomas Severne of
Dringhouses, York, and of Abberley, Worcestershire ; and
has Issue — (1) Arthur Sydney Lucy, Gentleman, b. 1878 ;
(2) Rev. Geoffrey Seymour Lucy, Rector of Matson,
Gloucester, b. 1880 ; Evelyn Mary; and Muriel Edith.

LUCY, formerly of Shipley in Sussex, and Stratford-on-
Avon and Birmingham (H. Coll., 1851). Ermine, on a
pile between two pikes hauriant in base gules, a pike also
hauriant between three cross crosslets argent. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a
mount vert, a boar's head gules, issuant from a wreath of
oak proper, between two wings bendy of six of the second
and argent. Motto — "Enavant." Livery — Red.

Sons of Henry Charles Lucy, Gentleman (son of William

Lucy — see below), b. 1836 ; d. 1898 ; m. 1857, Harriet

Jane, d. of Thomas Wood of Shipston-on-Stour : —

Arthur Henry Lucy, Gentleman, b.- 1858; m. 1893,

Elizabeth Frances, d. of Rev. Edmund Lane, D.C.L. ; and

has issue — Cicely Hartwell. Res. — 31 Russell Gardens,

Golders Green, N.W. n. Club — East Sussex (St. Leonards).

Charles Haughotn Lucy, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; m. Aline,

d. of W. D. Cleveland, and has issue — 2 sons and 2 daus.

Res. — Houston, Texas, U.S.A.

Harold Philip Lucy, Gentleman, I. 1865 ; m. Agnes
Ella, d. of W. P. Greenhalgh of Liverpool, and has issue —
Eric Vere Lucy, Gentleman, b. 1893 [m. Mary Alberta, d.
of Charles Bates of New Orleans, and has issue— 1 son and
1 dau.]. Res. — New Orleans, U.S.A.

Yr. son of William Lucy, Mayor of Birmingham, b.
1804; d. 1885; m. 1830, Mary Anne, d. of Rev. Dr.
Nicoll, Rector of Cherington, Shipston-on-Stour: —
Alfred Lucy, Gentleman, b. 1843. Res. — Nairobi.

LUDDINGTON of Wallington Hall (H. Coll.). Argent,
two pales azure, on a chief gules a lion passant between




two mascles or. Mantling azure and argent. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a bittern proper, supporting

in the dexter claw a palmer's staff erect or. Motto—
•" Patriae fidelis."

Sons of J ames Luddington, of Audley House, Little-
port, b. 1821 ; d. 1884; m. 1848, Augusta, d. and
coh. of Joseph Little, Esq , J. P., D.L., of Bedford
House, Ely : —
James Little Luddington, Esq., J. P. and Custos
Rotulorum for Isle of Ely, J. P. Norfolk, Knight of
Grace of the Order of the Hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem,
b. 1853 ; m. 1901, Florence Anna, Ladv of Grace of the
Order of the Hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem, eld. d. of
Henry Charles Fulcher, of W. Hampstead, and has
issue— James Hilton Little Luddington, Gentleman,
M.A. (Camb.), b. 1902 ; and Anna Florence Augusta.
Res. — Audlev House, Littleport, Isle of Ely ; Wallington
Hall, Norfolk. C/m&— Constitutional.

Joseph William Luddington, Gentleman, b. 1854;
m. 1905, Kate Elizabeth, eld. d. of George Little, of
Farcetand Littleport. Res. — Kingsthorpe, Northampton.
Lancelot Harold Luddington, Esq., Capt. (ret.) 3rd
Suffolk Regt. (West Suffolk Mil.), formerly Lieut. 4th
Suffolk Regt. (Cambridgesh. Mil.), D.L. and (1919) High
Sheriff, cos. Cambridge and Huntingdon, J. P. Isle of Ely,
M.A. (Camb.), b. 1866 ; m. 1906, Mary Alice Louisa, d. of
Rev. Henry Pearse, of Evelyn Gardens. Res. — The
Chantry, Ely, Cambridge. Club — United University.
Sons of Col. William James Cropley Luddington,
J. P. Ely, b. 1872 ; d. 1921 ; m. 1906, Dorothy, d. of
tbe late William Jessop, of Thornsett Lodge, Brad-
field Dale, Yorks. : —
William Henry Luddington, Gentleman, b. 1909. Res.
— Little worth, Greens Norton, Towcester.

John Bateman Luddington, Gentleman, b. 1913.

EDWIN LUDLOW, Gentleman; assumed the name
and arms of Ludlow by Royal Licence. Armorial bear-
ings — Argent, a chevron between three martens' heads
sable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a •.vreath
of the colours, a demi-marten couped sablf.

LUDLOW (H. Coll., 4 Mar. 1920). Ermine, on a
chevron, between three bears' heads erased sable, a
martlet or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-bear sable, the sinister
paw resting upon an escutcheon ermine, charged with
a martlet or. Motto — " Omne solum forti patria."

Son of Joseph Ludlow, of Sutton Lodge, Soli-
hull, co. Warwick, b. 1817 ; d. 1890; m. 1856,
Maria Elizabeth, d. of Robert Coates, of Leamington
Spa: —
Walter Robert Ludlow, Esq. ,C.B. (mil. 1918 ; civ. 1911),
J. P., D.L., F.S.I. , Hon. Brig.-Gen. in the Army, late
Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. 8th Batt. R. Warwickshire Regt.,
1908-13, which he raised, Lt.-Col. cmdg. No. 2 V.B.
R. Warwickshire Regt. 1901, Col. comdg. 184th Infantry
Bde. 1915-16, Area Commandant Flanders, B.E.F. 1917-
18, County Commandant Warwick Cadets, 1913-25, b.
1857 ; m. 1883, Helen Florence, d. of Charles Hart,
of Harborne Hall, Staffs.; and has had issue — (1)
Carlton Walter Preston Ludlow, Esq., Capt. Prince
Albert's Somerset L.I., b. 1892 [m. 1923, Theodosia
Margaret, d. of W. Beauchamp Tyndall, of Bath] ;
(2) Stratford Walter Ludlow, Esq., Capt. 8th
Batt. R. Warwick Regt. (T.F.), b. 1894 ; killed in
action 1916 ; (1) Florence Marion [m. 1904, Walter E.
Cooper, M.R.C.S.j ; (2) Phyllis [m. 1904, Lewis Bartleet,
M.A.] ; (3) Judith Alsager Tryon ; (4) Audrey Frances.
Res. — Lovelace Hill, Solihull, co. Warwick. Clubs — Con-
servative, Union (Birmingham).

Clerk in Holy Orders, J. P. for co. Cork, M.A. (Oxon.).
Botn 1850, being the only son of the late Rev. Arthur
Rainey Ludlow, late of Durrant, Bideford, by his wife
Annette, only child of Col. Thomas Wall Hewitt of Clan-
coole, whose name he has assumed by Royal Licence.
Armorial bearings (R.L., 1857, H. Coll. )— Argent, two
chevronels indented gules between three owls proper.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, the trunk of a tree fessewise eradicated proper,
therefrom rising a falcon belled or, fretty gules, in the beak
an aco n slipped also proper. Mottoes — " Nee temere nee
timide" ; "Tarn noctu quam die sapere." Liveiy — Blue,
with yellow facings. Married, 1882, Edith Annie, dau.
of A. R. Hudson of Wick House, Pershore ; and has Issue
— (1) Alfred Arthur Thomas Ludlow-Hewitt, b. 1884 [m.
1908, Margery, only d. of late H. Moseley] ; (2) Edgar
Rainey Ludlow-Hewitt, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O., M.C., Air
Commodore R.A.F. , formerly Capt. and Brev. -Major Roy.
Irish Rifles, b. 1886 [m. 1923, Albinia Mary, d. of Major
E. H. Evans-Lombe, and widow of Capt. A. H. E. Ashley,
Cold-treamGds.] ; (3)Henry Balfour CedricLudlow-Hewitt,
Gentleman, b. 1888; Edith Caroline Annette; and Mary
Dorinda Elizabeth. Seat — Clancoole, near Bandon. Res.
— The Vicarage, Minety, Malmesbury, Wilts.

LUGARD (H. Coll., 1859). Gules, an Eastern crown
between three wolves' heads couped or, langued azure,
collared gemel gules. Mantling gules and or. Crest
On a wreath of the colours, a wolf's head erased or,
langued gules, holding in the mouth a lance in bend
sinister, therefrom flowing to the dexter a banner gules,
charged with an Eastern crown as in the arms. Motto —
" Fide et fortitudine."

Son of Col. Henry Ibbetson Lugard, Indian Army, b.

1837; d. 1925; m. 1859, Anne Emily, d. of George

Stuart: —
Edward Avlmer Lugard, Gentleman, Civil Engineer,
India, b. 1866. Res.—

Sons of Rev. Frederick Grueber Lugard, b. 1808 ; d.

1900; m. 1st, 1834, Grace Price Morgan; 2nd, 1848,

Emma Cameron ; 3rd, 1855, Mary Jane Howard : —
The Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick John Dealtry Lugard, 1st
Baron Lugard, of Abinger, Surrey (1928), P.C. (1920),
G.C.M.G (1911), K.C.M.G. (1901), C.B. (1895), D.S.O.
(1887), British Member on the Permanent Mandates
Commission of the League of Nations since 1923, Col. (ret. ),
served in Afghan War 1879-80 (medal), Soudan Campaign
1885 (despatches, medal and two clasps, bronze star),
Burma War 1886-87 (despatches thrice, D.S.O. , medal and
two clasps), commanded Expedition against Slave-traders
on Lake Nyassa 1888 (severely wounded), commanded
Exploration of Sabakhi 1889, Administrator of Uganda
1890-92 (medal), commanded Expedition to Borgu to
negotiate British Treaties 1894-95 (medal), commanded
Expedition to Ngamiland 1896-97, H.M. Commissioner
Hinterland of Nigeria and Lagos, and Commandant West
African Frontier Force (which he raised) 1897-99, High Com-
missioner of Northern Nigeria 1900-6, Gov. of Hong Kong
1907-12, Gov. of Northern and Southern Nigeria 1912-13,
Gov. -Gen. of Nigeria 1914-19, b. 1858; m. 1902, Dame
Flora Louise, D.B.E. (d. 1929), d. of the late Major-Gen.




GeorgeShaw, C.B., R.A. Estate — Little Parkhurst, Abinger
Common, Surrey. Clubs — Athenaeum, Brooks's.

Major Edward James Lugard, D.S.O. (1890), O.B.E.
(1918), late Indian Army, served in Burma War 1888-89
(medal and clasp), Chin-Lushai Expedition 1889-90
(despatches, clasp, D.S.O. ), Manipur Expedition 1891
(slightly wounded, clasp), South African War 1899-1900
(medal and three clasps), second in command, and later
commanded Expedition to Nganuland 1896-99, Political
Assistant to High Commissioner Northern Nigeria 1903-6,
Secretary Imperial Institute 1908-12, Political Secretary
to Governor of Northern and Southern Nigeria 1912-13,
to Gov.-Gen. of Nigeria 1914-15, served Great War
1915-19 (O.B.E. , and War Medal), b. 1865; m. 1893,
Charlotte Eleanor, d. of Rev. George Broadley Howard ;
and has issue — Capt. Cyril Edward Lugard, b. 1894.
Estate — Furzen Wood, Abinger Common, Surrey.

Lugard, quarterly, 1 and 4. Lugard as above, 2 and 3,
or, a chevron gules between three stags lodged proper, each

pierced through the neck with an arrow (for MacHenry,

Son of Col. Edward John Lugard (Brigadier-General),
P.S.C. , King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt. and Army
Staff, b. 1845; d. 1911 ; m. 1st, 1871, Emeline Eliza-
beth, d. of Capt. William Hyder, 10th Hussars; 2nd,
1889, Hannah (Una), d. of Donald Mackinnon of
Moreep, Victoria, Australia ; and Strath, Skye, N.B. : —
Edward Cecil Lugard, b. 1872 ; m. 1894, Florence Caro-
line, d. of Octavius March ; and has had issue — Capt.
Edward March Lugard, b. 1895; killed in action 1918 ;
Lieut. John Wykeham Lugard, b. 1899:

Son of Col. Henry Williamson Lugard, R.E. , b.

1813; d. 1857; m. 1842, Margaret Anna, d. of John

MacHenry, of co. Antrim, Ireland, and of Penrith,

N.S. Wales:—

The late Col. Henry Travers Lugard, Royal Artillery,

served in Afghan War 1878, Wuzeeree Expedition 1881,

Burmese War 1886, South African War 1899 (three medals),

b. 1849; d. 1927; m. 1902, Marcella Clarke.

LUKE of London (H. Coll.). Azure, a lucy naiant in
fesse, and in chief three mullets argent. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a winged
lion statant or, supporting with the dexter paw an
escutcheon argent, charged with a cross potent between
four cross crosslets gold. Motto — " Spero meliora."

Joseph Harry Luke, Gentleman, b. 1856 [Arms as
above, and on an escutcheon of pretence the arms of
Zamarski: — quarterly, 1 and 4, barry of ten argent and
vert, a lion rampant gules, crowned or, between two

(launches ermine (for Zamarski) ; 2 and 3, azure, a lucy
naiant in fesse argent (for de Zander)] ; m. 1884,
Eugenie Bertha Caroline, d. and heir of Louis John
Charles Zamarski, of Biala, Poland, Knight of the
Crown of Italy, and gt. gt.-grand-dau. and heiress of Maj.
Louis de Zander, a noble of the Kingdom of Poland ;
andhasissue — Harry Charles Luke, Esq.,C.M.G., B.Litt.,
M.A. (Oxon.), Knight of Grace of the Order of the
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, Colonial Sec. of
Sierra Leone since 1924, late Comdr. R.N.V.R. [Anns
as above, and impaling the arms of Fremlin, namely :
Gules, a chevron between three esquires' helmets,
each with one plume argent] (Clubs — St. James's,


Athenaeum), b. 1884 [m. 1918, Joyce Evelyn, d. of the
late Henry James Leigh Fremlin, of Bearsted, Kent,
Capt. Indian Army ; and has issue — Peter Ambrose
Cyprian Luke, Gentleman, b. 1919; Michael Charles
Deane Luke, Gentleman, b. 1925] ; Amelie Bertha
Josephine [m. 1914, Leonard Boys, of Woodhall Spa ;
and has issue]. Res. — 154 Ashley Gardens, Westminster,
S.W. Club— St. James's.



. Argent, a
gobonny or

ion rampant gules, de-
and azure. Motto —

bruised by
" Inspice."

Sons of Rev. James Lukin, B.A. (Oxon.), Clerk in Holy
Orders, Rector of Hinton Martel, co. Dorset, b. 1827;
d. ; m. 1856, Maria, d. of Robert Sharpe of

Hewelsfield Grange, co. Gloucester: —
Lionel William Lukin, Gentleman, of Cape Town, South
Africa, b. 1858.

Charles James Lukin, Gentleman, b. 1859 ; m. 1892,
Angiolina Henrietta Louisa Mary, d. of Moses Vere
Cumins of San Antonio, and has issue — a dau.
James William Robert Geoffrey Lukin, Gentleman,


Albert Lukin, Gentleman, b. 1862.
Edwin Lukin, Gentleman, b. 1875.
of Major-Gen. Charles Osbaldeston Lukin of
Northfield, Henley-on-Thames, co. Oxford, by his wife
Emily Charlotte, eldest d. of Charles Rivers Freeling,
Esq. (son of Sir Francis Freeling, Bart.): —
Rev. Arthur Charles Napier Lukin, Clerk in Holy
Orders, M.A. (Selwyn Coll., Camb.), Vicar of Ashley
Green, Bucks., b. 1866 ; m. 1902, Marjorie, only d. of Astlev
Vigers ; and has issue — Elizabeth Violet ; and Gwendolyn
Marjorie. Post. add. — Ashley Green Vicarage, Berk-

Brig. -Gen. Robert Clarence Wellesley Lukin, D.S.O.,
formerly 9th Bengal Lancers, served in Chitral Campaign,


i895(medal and clasp), in the Tirah Campaign, 1897-98 (two
clasps), in the War in S' uth Africa, 1901-2 (medal and five
clasps), Great War 1914-18, Afghan War 1919, Mesopotamia
1921, b. 1870; ?n. 1909, Meriel, d. of Wellesley Taylor, of
Sherington Manor, Newport Pagnell. Res. — Brookfield
House, Mortimer, Berks. Clubs — Cavalry, Naval and

John Harry Erskine Lukin, Gentleman, b. 1876. Post,

Son of the late Rev. John Lukin, M.A., Prebendary
of Wells, Vicar of Combe St. Nicholas, co. Somerset,
by his second wife Elizabeth, d. of Henry Thomas Tim-
son of Tatchbury, co. Hants. : —
Col. Frederick Windham Lukin (ret.), late 3rd Hussars,
served in Crimea at siege of Sebastopol (medal with clasp
and Turkish medal), also in Indian Mutiny, present at
siege and capture of Lucknow and affair at Bungaon (medal
with clasp), b. 1833; m. 1867, Elizabeth Hay, d. of John
David Hay Hill, Esq., J. P., LL.B., of Cressenhall Hall,
co. Norfolk, and widow of Major Arthur Cassidy of the
2nd Dragoon Guards; and has issue — Lucy Sybil [m. 1890,
Edgar Bruce of The Beeches, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey].
Post, add.—

Son of the late Rev. John Mayow Lukin, M.A.,
Domestic Chaplain to Viscount Torrington, Governor
of Ceylon, Rector and Patron of Guestling, co. Sussex,
by his wife Emily, second d. of Rev. John Drake Crofts,
M.A. , Vicar of Houghton, co. Norfolk: — ■
George Frederick Lukin, Gentleman, b 1857. Pes. —

LUKIS of Guernsey, C.I. (H. Coll.). Azure, a chevron
ermine between two annulets in chief and in base a bow
fessewise surmounted by two arrows in saltire argent, on a
chief or, a Cornish chough proper, between two cross
crosslets iitch^e gules. Mantling azu'e and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm vested gules,
cuffed vert, grasping three holly sprigs proper, between
two eagles' wings also proper, each charged with a cross
crosslet fitchee azure. Motto — " Esse quam videri."
Son of : —

E. Fellowes Lukis, Gentleman, b. . Address —

S.S. Port Hacking, Cunard Line (Australasian Serv. ), 19
and 11 Fenchurch Avenue, E.C.3.

LUMB (H. Coll.). Or, three escutcheons sable, each



P. and D.L. for Cumber-

. 16 June 1858, Juliana

of Joseph Harrison of

charged with a mullet pierced of the first, a martlet fcr

difference. Mantling or and sable. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a blackamoor's head in profile, couped at the
shoulders proper, wreathed about the temples or and sable,
and charged on the neck with a mullet of six points gold,
within a wreath in arch or and sable. Motto — " Respice
finem." Livery — Undress, black ; dress, yellow with blue

Son of James Lumb, Esq. , J.

land (High Sheriff 1880), m

Georgina {d. 1869), eld. d.

Linethwaite, Cumberland : —
Edward James Machell Lumb, Esq., J. P. Cumber-
land, Capt. Res. of Officers Dragoons, late Lieut. 2nd
Life Guards, served Great War as Lt.-Col. comdg. 2nd
Co. of London Yeo. , b. 1863; m. 1902, Hon. Catherine
Elizabeth Ellen, d. of 3rd Baron Decies. Pes. — Northcroft
House, Englefield Green, Surrey. Clubs — Boodle's,

LUMLEY (H. Coll.). Argent, a fesse gules between
three parrots vert, collared of the second. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a
pelican in piety in her nest all proper. Motto — " Murus
seneus conscienta."

Son of Rt. Hon. Richard George Lumley, 9th Earl oi

Scarbrough, Lt.-Col. West Yorkshire Yeo. Cav., b.

1813; d. 1884; m. 1846, Frederica Mary Adeliza, d. of

Andrew Robert Drummond: —
Rt. Hon. Sir Aldred Frederick George Beresford Lumley,
G.B.E., K.C.B., 10th Earl of Scarbrough (15 A] ril 1690),
Viscount Lumley (10 April 1689), and Baron Lumley (10 May
1681), of Lumley Castle, co. Durham, Viscount Lumley (12
July 1628) of Waterford, Lord-Lieut, and Custos RotuU rum
W. Riding co. York 1892-1904, Hon. Col. Yorkshire
Dragoons and West Riding Div. T. and S., Col. A.S.C.
(T.D.), Col. commanding a brigade Terr. Force 1908-10,
formerly Lieut. 7th Hussars, and Col. Yorkshire Dragoons,
A.D.C. to King Edward 1902, served South Africa igco, Dir.
Gen. Territorial and Volunteer Forces 1917-21, with rank
cf Major-Gen. [Supporters — On either side a parrot wings
expanded vert, beaked and membered gules], b. 1857 ; m.
1899, Lucy Cecilia, widow of Robert Ashton and eldest
d. of Cecil Dunn Gardner ; and has issue — Lady Serena
Mary Barbara [m. 1923, Hon. Robert James, son of 2nd
Lord Northbourne, and has issue]. Seats — Sandbeck Park,
Rotherham, and Tickhill Castle, Yorkshire ; Lumley Castle,
Durham. Town res. — 21 Park Lane, W. Clubs — Carlton,
Army and Navy.

Son of Brig. -Gen. the Hon. Oswald Victor George

Atheling Lumley, C.M.G. , Col. late nth Hussars, b.

1862; d. 1923; m. 1892, Constance Ellinor, eld. d.

of the late Capt. Eustace John Wilson Patten,

formerly 1st Life Guards: —
Lawrence Roger Lumley, Esq., M.P. Kingston-upon-
Hull since 1922, Lieut. Res. of Officers nth Hussars,
served Great War 1916-19, Esquire of the Order of the
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, b. 1896 ; m. 1922, Katha-
rine Isabel, d. of the late R. McEwen, of Marchmont ; and
has issue — Mary Constance ; and Elizabeth. Pes. — 10
Southwick Crescent, W.2.

LUMLEY-SAVILE (R.L., 1898, H. Coll.). Argent, on
a bend sable, three owls of the first within a bordure wavy
of the second. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, an owl argent, debruised by a bendlet
sinister wavy sable. Motto — " Bee fast." Supporters —
Two talbots ermine, each gorged with a collar wavy sable,
pendent therefrom an escutcheon or, charged with a
popinjay vert, collared gules.

Son of Rev. Frederick Savile, B.A. (Oxon.), Rector of
Bilsthorpe, Notts., b. 1822; d. 1859; m. 1849, Mary,
only d. of Robert Castle Jenkins of Beachley, Mon. : —
Rt. Hon. Sir John Savile Lumley-Savile, 2nd Baron Savile,
of Rufford, Notts. (27 Oct. 1888), K.C.V.O. (1904). J.P-
D.L. Notts., Major late Sherwood Rangers Yeo. Cav., Hon.
Col. 1st V.B. the Duke of Wellington's (West Riding)
Regt., b. 1854; m. 1st, 1894, Gertrude Violet (d. 1912),
only d. of Charles Francis Webster- Wedderburn and
widow of Horace Augustus Helyar ; 2nd, 1916, Esme Grace,
only d. of the late John H. Wolton, and has issue (by 2nd
marriage) — Hon. Gee rge Halifax Lumley-Savile, b. 1919 ;
Hon. Henry Lerline Thornhill Lumley-Savile, b. 1923 ; and
Hon. Deirdre Barbara Elland. Seats— Rufford Abbey,
Ollerton, Notts. ; Walshaw Moor, Hebden Bridge. Clubs
— Turf, Bachelors', Marlborough, Carlton.




LUMSDEN (L.O., 1863). Azure, a chevron or, between
two wolves' heads erased in chief argent, and an escallop
in base of the last. Mantling azure and argent. Crest—
Upon a wreath of his liveries, a hand grasping a dagger in
bend sinister, all proper. Motto — "Dei dono sum quod

Only son of James Lumsden, Esq., of Arden, co. Dum-
bartonshire, J. P. and D. L. , /'. 1851 ; d. 1911 ; m. 1882,
Susan Campbell (d. 1887), d. of Robert Duncanson
McKenzie of Caldarvan, co. Dumbarton : —
James Robert Lumsden, Esq., J. P. Dumbarton, b. 1884;
m. 1914, Henrietta Jessie, only d. of George Macfarlane
Reid of Dunara, Prestwick ; and has issue — James
Alexander Lumsden, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; Geo'ge Ranald
Campbell Lumsden, Gentleman, b. 1917. Seat — Arden,
Dumbartonshire. Club — New (Edinburgh).

LUMSDEN of Huntingtowerfield (L.O. , 1899). Azure,
a ship under sail between two wolves' heads couped in chief
and an escallop in base, all within a bordure argent. Mant-

ling azure, doubled argent. Crest— Upcn a wreath of his
liveries, an eagle pi eying on a salmon proper. Motto —
" Fide et perseverantia."

Eld. son of James David Lumsden, Esq., of Hunting-
towerfield, co. Perth, J. P., b. 1862 ; d. 1920 ; m 1884,
d. of the late George Fortune, of Barnsmuir, Fife : —
Capt. David Lumsden, b. 1888 ; m. 1922, Marjorie
Alverstone, d. of Frederick Cecil Calthrop ; and has issue —
fames David Lumsden, Gentleman, b. 1924 ; and Marjorie
Rose. Seat — Huntingtowerfield, Perth. Club — Caledonian.

LUMSDEN (L.O., 12 July 1006). Azure, on a chevron
engrailed argent, between two wolves' heads erased in chief
and a buckle or in base, three torteaux. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a dexter
arm embowed, holding a sword all proper. Motto — "Dei
dono sum quod sum."

Second son of Thomas Lumsden , Esq. , J . P., of Freuchie ,
Fife, b. 1817 ; d. 1878 ; m. i860, Helen Shepherd, d. cf
John Lowson, jun. : —
George James Lumsden, Esq., J. P. co. Fife, b. 1865.
Res.— Eden Valley, Freuchie, Fife.

LUMSDEN (U.O. 1926). Azure, a buckle or, between
two wolves' heads in chief and in base a salmon naiant
argent. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of
the colours, a naked arm embowed proper, grasping a
sword argent, hilt and pommel or. Motto — " Dei dono
sum quod sum."

Son of John Lumsden of Lceson Park, Dublin, b.

1840; d. 1925; in. i8£8, Florence Isabella Gordon, d.

of Hugh McKean : —
Sir Joh.i Lumsden, K.B.E..M.D., Knight of Justice of
the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, D. L. co.
Dublin, b. 1869 ; m. 1896, Caro Frances, d. of Major Fitz-
Hardinge Kingscote, of Furbo, Galway, and has issue —
John FitzHardinge Lumsden, Esq., b. 1897; Leslie;
Norah ; M irgery Bloomfield ; Nancy ; and Betty. Res.—
4 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin; and Roslyn, Howth, co.
Dublin. Club — Friendly Brothers (Dublin).

LUMSDEN cf Pitcaple (L.O., matric. 7 Aug. 1908 as
cadet of Lumsden cf Cushnie, matric. c. 1672-7). Azure, a
buckle or, between two wolves' heads erased in chief and
an escallcp in base argent, a bordure ermine. Mantling

azure, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of the liveries, a
naked arm grasping a sword proper. Motto — " Dei dono
sum quod sum."

Eld. son of Col. Henry Lumsden, J. P. and D.L. co.

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