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necks proper, on a chief azure, a lion passant of the field
armed and langued gules, a bordure compon^e of the




being the eldest son of Joseph Poulter Mackesy, M.B.
(Trin. Coll., Dublin), F.R.C.S.I., by his wife Frances, dau.
of George Ivie, Solicitor, of Waterford. Armorial bear-
ings—He bears for Arms : Argent, a dexter arm couped



first and second. Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest
—On a wreath of his liveries, a raven proper. Motto—
' ' Labora. "

Eld. son of James M'Kie, Esq., of Bargaly, Advocate
at the Scottish Bar, M.A., J. P., D.L., M.P. for
Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, b. 1821 ; d. 1867; m.
1853, Jane Wilson, only d. of Archibald Home of
Balvarran, co. Perth : —
Lt.-Col. John M'Kie, C.B.E., D.S.O., late 3rd Batt.
King's Own Scottish Borderers, b. 1857 ; m. 1910, Violet,
eldest d. of Sir Oswald Mosley, 4th Bart. Seats— Ernespie,
nr. Castle Douglas, N.B. ; Glencaird Bargrennan, Newton-
Stewart, N.B. Clubs— Bachelors', Boodle's.

Colonel EDWARD ALEXANDER MACKIE, Es-
quire, J. P., late Hon. Col. 1st Vol. Batt. K.O. Yorkshire



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L.I. (V.D. ). Born 1834, being the third son of Robert
Jefferson Mackie, by his wife Barbara. Armorial bearings
— Paly of six or and gules, on a bend engrailed azure, a
narcissus between two mullets of six points of the first.
Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree,
with a Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a cubit arm grasping a sword all proper,
a narcissus between two mullets as in the arms. Motto —
" Disce et labora." Married, Sept. 14, 1865, Emma
Gertrude, daughter of R. D. Dunn of Manor House,
Heath, Wakefield ; and has Issue — Four sons and five
daughters. Seat —

MACKINDER (H. Coll., 8 Sept. 1920). Azure, a
youth kneeling in armour proper, without helmet or
gauntlets. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, upon a book with two clasps proper,
an owl affrontee wings elevated proper. Motto — " Si
jeunesse savait."

Eldest son of Draper Mackinder, M.D. : —

Rt. Hon. Sir Halford John Mackinder P.C. (1926); Knt.
Bach. (1920), Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, Chairman of
Imperial Shipping and Imperial Economic Committee, 6.
1861. Res. — 122A St. James's Court, S.W.i. Clubs —
Athenaeum, Carlton, Union, Alpine.

MACKINNON of MacKinnon (L.O., 1811). Quarterly,
1. vert, a boar's head erased argent, holding in the mouth a
shank-bone of a deer proper (Mackinnon) ; 2. azure, a c istle
triple-towered and embattled argent, masoned sable, win-
dows and portcullis gules (Macleod) ; 3. or, a galley, her
oars saltirewise and sails furled sable, flags flying gules
(Macdonald); 4. argent, a dexter hand couped fessewise
proper, holding a cross crosslet fitch£e sable (Macdonald).
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — A boar's head
erased, holding in the mouth the shank-bone of a deer proper.
Supporters — On the dexter side a lion, and on the sinister a
leopard, both proper. Motto — " Audentes fortuna juvat."
Son of William Alexander MacKinnon, Esq., of
MacKinnon, 34th Chief of Clan Fingon, J. P.,
D.L., M.A. (Camb.), F.R.S., b. 1813 ; d. 1903; m.
1846, Margaret Sophia, d. of Francis Willes, by
Caroline, d. of Sir Thomas Whichcote : —
Francis Alexander MacKinnon, Esq. , of MacKinnon, 35th
Chief of Clan Fingon (MacKinnon), J. P. andD.L. co.Kent,
B.A. (Camb.), £.1848; m. 1888, Hon, Emily Isabel Hood, d.
of Admiral Rt. Hon. the 1st Baron Hood of Avalon.G.C.B. ;
and has had issue — (1) Alexander Hood MacKinnon, yngr.
of Mackinnon, Gentleman, 79th Q. O. Cameron High-
landers, b. 1892; killed in action 1914 ; (2) Arthur Avalon
MacKinnon, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N. , b. 1893 [m. 1921,
Gunhild, d. of S. Kr5yer, of Copenhagen, and has issue —
Alasdair Neil Hood MacKinnon, Gentleman, b. 1924]; and
Aline Emily Hood. Res. — Drumduan, Forres, Morayshire.
Club — Union.

MACKINTOSH, see FRASER-MACKINTOSH.

MACKINTOSH of Conyngham Hall (H. Coll.). Or,
on a chevron, between two lions rampant in chief and a
lymphad in base sable, a bezant, charged with a represen-
tation of the head of St. John the Baptist proper,
between two hearts of the field. Mantling sable and
or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, upon a rock
proper, charged with two roses argent, barbed and seeded,
a cat sejant, also proper. Motto — " By faith and work."
Son of John Mackintosh, Esq., J.P., of Greystones,
Halifax :—

Sir Harold Vincent Mackintosh, Knt. Bach. (1922),
formerly Lieut. R.N.V.R., Dir. of John Mackintosh and
Son,Ltd., b. 1891; m. 1916, Constance, d. of Edgar
Stoneham, O.B.E., of Acton, W.3 ; and has issue — John
Mackintosh, Esq., b. 192 1 ; and Mary. Res. — Conyngham
Hall, Knaresborough, Yorks. Clubs — National Liberal,
R.A.C.

ALFRED DONALD MACKINTOSH, of that Ilk,
Chief of the Clan Chattan, C. B.E.J. P. , and Lord-Lieutenant
of Inverness-shire. Born]une24, 1851, being the second but
eldest surviving son of the late Alexander Mackintosh, of
Mackintosh, by his second wife Charlotte, fifth daughter of
Alexander MacLeod of Dalvey. Armorial bearings — He
bears for Arms : Quarterly 1. or, a lion rampant gules ; 2.
argent, adexter hand fessewise, couped at the wrist and hold-
ing a man's heart gules ; 3. azure, a boar's head couped or ;
4. or, a lymphad, oars in saltire sable. Upon the escutcheon



is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling
gules, doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries
is set for Crest, a cat-a-mountain salient proper. Sup-
porters — Two wild cats proper. Motto — "Touch not the
cat, but a glove." Married, 1880, Ella, C.B.E., only child
and heiress of Edward Priest Richards, Esquire, of Plas
Newydd, in the county of Glamorgan ; and has had Issue
— Angus Alexander Mackintosh, Esq., Capt. Royal Horse
Guards, ft. 1885; d. 1918 [m. 1917, Lady Maud Louisa
Emma Cavendish, eld. d. of 9th Duke of Devonshire ; and
left issue — Anne Peace Arabella] ; and Violet Charlotte,
died April 1883. Seats — Moy Hall and Dunachton, in the
county of Inverness ; Cottrell, in the county of Glamorgan.
Clubs — Carlton, Naval and Military, Boodle's.

MACKINTOSH (L.O. 1886). Quarterly, 1. or, a lion
rampant gules ; 2. or, a dexter hand couped fesseways
holding a dagger in pale gules ; 3 . or, a lymphad oars
in saltire sable, flagged gules ; 4. azure, a salmon naiant
argent. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — Upon
a wreath of his liveries, a cat-a-mountain salient proper,
charged on the breast with a crescent gules ; and in an
escroll over the same this Motto — " Touch not the catt,
butt a glove." Livery — Drab and red.

Eldest son of William Mackintosh, Lord Kyllachy,

Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland,

b. 1842; d. 1918 ; m. 1869, Jane, d. of David

Stevenson, C.E., Engineer to the Commissioners of

Northern Lights : —

William Eneas Mackintosh, Esq., J. P. Inverness,

B.A. (Oxon), Advocate, Scottish Bar, late 3rd Q.O"

Cameron Highlanders, Hon. Capt. in the Army (191 8),

b. 1870 ; m. 1903, Etta Ann, d. of Henry R. M. Porter,

of Birlingham, Worcs. Seat — Kyllachy, co. Inverness.

Club— New (Edin.)

MACKINTOSH (L.O.). Parted per chevron or and
argent, in the dexter chief a lion rampant gules, armed and
langued azure, in the sinister chief a dexter hand fessways
couped at the wrist grasping a dagger erect of the third,
and in base a galley sails furled sable, flagged of the third.
Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest— On a wreath of his
liveries, a cat-a-mountain rampant guardant proper. Motto
— "Touch not the cat bot a glove."
Son of: —

William Mackintosh, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Lanancha, co. Peebles,

MACKIRDYof Birkwood(L.O., 1894). Parted per fesse




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base a fir-tree growing out of a mount surmounted of a
sword bendwise dexter, supporting on its point an antique
crown or. Mantling sable, doubled argent. Crest— On a
wreath of his liveries, a demi-wyvern displayed proper.
Motto — "Dieu et mon pays." Livery — Dark green, with
silver buttons.

Elder surv. son of William Augustus Scott Mackirdy,

Esq., D.L..J.P. co. Lanark (formerlyWilliam Augustus

Scott), of Birkwood, co. Lanark, b. 1842; d. 1909; m.

1880, Lucy (d. 1899), d. of Edmund Bell, of Rothesay : —

Elliott Mackirdy Scott Mackirdy, Esq., J. P. cos. Wilts..

Lanark, M.A. (Oxon.), Hon. Capt. Royal Horse Guards

(Blues), Capt. Lanarkshire Yeo. , a member of the Royal

Company of Archers (King's Bodyguard for Scotland), b.

t88i ; m. 1906, Eva Mary, elder surv. d. of the late Hon.

Evelyn Henry Pierrepont ; and has issue — David Elliott

Mackirdy, Gentleman, b, 1907 ; Michael Evelyn Wallace

Mackirdy, Gentleman, b. 1914 ; and Angela Mary. Estate

and postal address — Abbey House, Malmesbury. Clubs—

Bath, New (Edinburgh).

MACKWORTH and MACKWORTH-PRAED (H.
Coll.). Quarterly, 1. party per pale indented sable and
ermine, a chevron gules, fretty or (Mackworth, grant by
John, Lord Audley, 1 Aug. 1404) ; 2. azure, a cross
recercle\ voided or, surmounted by a bend gules (Basing,
temp. Edward II.); 3. gules, a fesse between two bars
gemelle argent (Normanville) ; 4. sable, a chevron between
three bulls' heads caboshed argent (Bulkeley) ; 5. argent, a
cross flory between four martlets gules, a canton azure
(Byrd); 6. azure, a lion rampant argent, collared gules
(Domville) ; 7. or, a cross patee fitchee sable (Broxton) ; 8.
gules, a chevron between three pheons, points downward,
argent (Hill of Buntingsdale) ; 9. ermine, on a fesse sable,
a castle triple-towered argent (Hull or Hill of Hull, co.
Salop) ; 10. sable, a lion rampant or, between th'ee crosses
pat^e fitchee argent (Wlonkeslow) ; n. per pale or and
argent, an eagle displayed sable (Bird) ; 12. gules, three
pheons, points downward, argent (Malpas) ; 13. argent, a
cross flory azure (Malpas als. Belward) ; 14. gules, three
chevronels argent (Evans of Gnoll Castle) ; 15. argent, a
stag lodged gules, attired and holding in the mouth an
acorn or, leaved and slipped vert (Griffith Gwyr) ; 16.
argent, a dragon's head erased vert, holding in the mouth
a dexter hand couped at the wrist gules (Rhys Goch) ; 17.
sable, a chevron between three spear-heads argent, embrued
at the points gules (Maynarch); 18. gules, three towers
argent (Howell) ; 19. vert, a chevron between three wolves'
heads erased or (Elvarch). Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter wing per pale
dancettde sable and ermine (granted by Lord Audley, 1 Aug.
1404). [The arms, quarterings, and crest as above were
certified 26 Oct. 1864 by William Courthope, Somerset
Herald and Registrar. But the arms of Mackworth which
are more usually in use are : Per pale indented sable and
ermine, on a chevron gules, five crosses patee or. Crest —
A cock gules]. Motto — " Gwell angau na cywilydd."

Sons of Sir Arthur William Mackworth, 6th Bart., C.B.
(1907), b. 1842; d. 1914 ; m. 1865, Alice Kate, yr. d.
of Joseph Cubitt of Park Street, Westminster: —

Sir Humphrey Mackworth, 7th Bart. (16 Sept. 1776), Capt.
late R. Monmouthshire R.E. , formerly 3rd Batt. Royal West
Surrey Regt. , served in S. Africa 1902, and Great War in
Army Remount Service, b. 1871 ; m. 1st, 1908, Margaret
Haig, Viscountess Rhondda (who obtained a divorce 1923),
only child of 1st Viscount Rhondda; 2nd, 1923, Dorothy
Cecil, d. of the late J. C. Llewellin. Seat — Oaklands, m .
Caerleon, Monmouthshire.

Col. Harry Llewellyn Mackworth, C.M.G., D.S.O., R.
Signal Corps. , late R. E. , b. 1878; m. 1913, Leonie Georgetta,
d. of Prof. Franklin Petersen, Mus.B., Oxford, of Mel-
bourne Univ. Res. — Cliffend, Studland, Dorset.

Geoffrey Mackworth, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O.,Capt. R.N.,
b. 1879; m. 1910, Noel Mabel, d. of W. T. Langford ; and
has issue — David Arthur Geoffrey Mackworth, Gentleman,
b. 1912 ; Betty Mabel ; and Lorna Alice. Res. —

John Dolben Mackworth, Esq., C.B.E., late Lt.-Col.
R.A.F. , b. 1887; m. 1913, Marianne Annette, d. of H. W.
Sillem of The Pines, Horsell ; and has issue — Christopher
Charles Dolben Mackworth, Gentleman, b. 191 9 ; and
Josephine Ann. Res. — Green Gates, Kintbury, Berks.

Son of Audley Mackworth, Gentleman, b. 1857; d.
1914; m. 1896, Mary, d. of Henry Mason of Caterham: —

Philip Herbert Mackworth, D.F.C., Flight-Lieut. R.A.F.,
b. 1897 ; m. 1921, Winifred Kathleen Moss, and has issue
— (1) Richard Charles Audley Mackworth, Gentleman, b.



1934; (2) James Digby Mackworth, Gentleman, b. 1927;
and Sheila Margaret. Seat —

Son of William Backwell Tyringham (formerly Mack-
worth-Praed), b. 1829 ; d. 1870; m. 1865, Fanny Adela
Wilby: —
Roger William Giffard Tyringham {q-v.).
Son of Robert Herbert Mackworth-Praed, Gentleman,
B.A. Camb., Lord of the Manor of Mickleham Downs,
b. 1866; d. 1913 ; tn. 1890, Mary Josephine, only d. of
Charles Jolliffe of Southwood House, Kent : —
Cyril Winthrop Mackworth-Praed, Gentleman, Lieut, late
Scots Gds. (S.R. ) [Livery — Claret coat, red (or black and
red striped) waistcoat], b. 1891 ; m. 1919, Edith Mary
Henrietta, d. of Col. Stephenson Robert Clarke, C.B. (q.v.),
and has issue — Humphrey Winthrop Mackworth-Praeri,
Gentleman, b. 1919 ; Stephanie ; and Josephine Agnes.
Res. — 51 Onslow Gardens, S.W.

Yngst. son of Bulkeley John Mackworth-Praed of

Owsden Hall, Suffolk,/*. 1799 ; d. 1876; m. 2nd, 1840,

Elizabeth Colthurst (d. 1852), d. of P. P. FitzPatrick ;

3rd, 1859, Emily Maria, d. of William Fane,

H.E.I.C.S. : —

Algernon Henry Mackworth-Praed, Gentleman, b. 1861 ;

m. 1907, Hester (d. 1923), d. of late Col. Francis Augustus

Fane of Fulbeck Hall; 2nd, 1925, Mildred, d. of Hubert

Martineau. Seat— Owsden Hall, Newmarket. Town res.

— 108 Gloucester Place, W.i. Clubs — Carlton, Junior

Carlton.

McLACHLAN (H. Coll., 1909). Argent, a lion ram-
pant gules, holding between the paws a human hand
couped at the wrist proper, and grasping a cross patee
fitchee of the second, on a chief wavy azure, a salmon
or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath o f
the colours, in front of a lymphad sails furled sable,
three crosses patee fitchee or. Motto — " Fortis et
fidus."

Sons of James McLachlan, Esq., of Holland House ,

Cheltenham, formerly H.B.M.'s Consul at Batavia,

Java, b. 1825 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1862, Wilhelmina

Franfoise, d. of Guillaume Louis Jacques Van der

Hucht, of Duin-en-Berg, Haarlem, Holland : —

William James McLachlan, Gentleman, b. 1863.

Res. — Rendcomb Manor, Cirencester, Glos. Club —

Badminton.

Lt.-Col. Donald Maxwell McLachlan, late King's Own
Royal Regt. (Lanes.), b. 1867 ; m. 1902, Mary Edith
Hesseltine ; and has issue — James McLachlan, Gentle-
man, b. 1904; Edith Francoise Sylvia. Res. — Glensanda,
Cheltenham.

Maj.-Gen. James Douglas McLachlan, C.B. (1918),




C.M.G. (1919), D.S.O. (1916), late Queen's Own Cameron
Highlanders, Maj.-Gen. (ret.), Member of the King's Body-



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guard for Scotland, b. 1869; m. 1904, Guendolen Mab.,
d. of the late Henry Charles White, of Havilah, New
South Wales ; and has issue — Jean Olivia. Res. — 1 2
Montagu Place, Bryanston Square, W.i. Clubs — Brooks's,
Naval and Military, Pratt's, New (Edin.).

Arthur Cecil McLachlan, Esq., O.B.E., b. 1872. Res.
— Villa Maria Serena, Menton-Garavan, France. Club —
St. James's.

Maj. Albert Charles McLachlan, M.C. (1918), late 18th



Capt. Archibald Alexander McLachlan, late Seaforth
Highlanders, b. 1896. Res. — Rendcomb Manor, Ciren-
cester, Glos.

JOHN MACLACHLAN of Maclachlan, Esquire, 23rd of
that Ilk, J. P. andD.L. co. Argyll, and a member of the King's
Bodyguard for Scotland. Bom 1859, being the second son
of George Maclachlan of Maclachlan, Esquire, by Mary
his wife, daughter of John Thow. Armorial bearings




Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own), 6. 1873; m. 1906,
Olive Pilkington. Club — Cavalry.

George Augustus McLachlan, Gentleman, b. 1875 ;
m. 1909, Ivy Victoria, d. of Henry C. White, of Havilah,
N.S.W. ; and has issue — Daphne Ursula. Res. — Forest
Lodge, Nutley, Sussex. Club — St. James's.

Sons of Alfred Francis McLachlan, Gentleman (2nd

son of James McLachlan, Esq. — see above), b. 1864 ;

d. 1901 ; m. 1894, Katherine Gyselman : — t^j

Maj. James William Francis McLachlan, O.B.E. (1918),

late Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, b. 1894. Res. —



— He bears for Arms: Four coats quarterly, 1. or, a lion
rampant gules ; 2. argent, a dexter hand couped fessways,
holding a cross patee paleways gules ; 3. or, a galley her
oars in saltire sable, placed in the sea proper ; 4. argent, in
the base und£e vert a salmon naiant proper. Upon the
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling gules and argent ; and upon a wreath of his
liveries is set for Crest, a castle situated upon a rock
all proper ; and for his Supporters, on either side of the
escutcheon a roebuck proper. Motto — " Fortis et fidus."
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of Cluny, and has issue — Marjorie Susan Mary ; Frances
Eva Ec lina ; and Jean Helen. Estate — Maclachlan or
Strathlachlan. Postal address — Castle Lachlan, Strachur,
Argyllshire. Clubs— Brooks's, New (Edinburgh).

MACLAGAN (L.O., 27 Oct. 1876). Argent, two chev-
ronels sable within a bordure vert, charged with three




martlets or. Mantling gules, doubled argent. CreBt— On
a wreath of his liveries, a beaver passant. Motto — " Prin-
cipiis obsta." Livery — Green, with black facings.

Son of Robert Craig Maclagan, Esq., M.D. (Edin.),

Hon. Col. (V.D.), J. P. co. Midlothian, b. 1839 ; d. 1919 ;

m. 1865, Jane Robertson Bayne (d. 1914), d. of John

Webster of Thankerton House, Lanarkshire: —

Douglas Philip Maclagan, Esq., Writer to the Signet, b.

1867; m. 1896, Jane Elizabeth, d. of James Melvin, of

Edinburgh, and has issue— Alison ; and Morag. ^Res. —

28 Heriot Row, Edinburgh.

MACLAINE of Lochbuie (Matric. upon ancient user,




gules ; 2. azure, a tower argent, masoned sable ; 3. or, a
dexter arm couped in fesse gules, the hand holding a cross
crosslet fitch^e azure ; 4. or, a lymphad proper, in base
vert a salmon naiant also proper. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a branch of
laurel and one of cypress in saltire surmounted of a battle-
axe in pale proper. Motto — " Vincere vel mori." Sup-
porters — Two seals proper.

Eld. son of Maclaine of Lochbuie (Murdoch Gillian

Maclaine), Chief of the Clan, late Capt. 6th Dragoon

Guards, J. P. and D.L. co. Argyll, b. 1845; d. 1909;

m. 1869, Katherine Marian, d. of late Salis Schwabe

of Glyn-y-Garth, Anglesey, and of Manchester :—

Kenneth Douglas Lome Maclaine, Esq., M.C., Chief of

the Clan, Major late 15th Hussars, late Lieut. Scottish

Horse Imp. Yeo., b. 1880 ; m. 1920, Olive Marguerite, d. of

the late Edmund Robert Stewart- Richardson, and has issue

— Gillian Robert. Seat —

SAMUEL M'LARDY, Gentleman. Born 1842, son ot
John M'Lardy. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1898)— Or, [a
galley, oars in action, sails furled sable, nagged gules,
surmounted of an eagle displayed proper, beaked and
membered of the third, in the dexter chief point an estoile,




L.O., 9 June 1905). Quarterly, 1. argent, a lion rampant



and in the sinister chief point a dexter hand couped of the
last. Mantling sable, doubled or. Crest— On a wreath of
his liveries, a dexter hand couped proper, holding a cross
crosslet fitch^e and erect or. Motto — " In te fido." Res.
— Basford Mount, Middleton Road, Higher Crumpsall,
Manchester.

M'LAREN (L.O. , 24 July 1902). Or, two chevronels
invected gules, between as many shepherds' crooks in saltire
sable, and in base a triple-towered castle of the last,
masoned argent, flags, windows, and portcullis of the
second. Mantling gules, doubled or. Crest — Issuant
from a wreath of his liveries, the Virgin and Child proper,
the former vested azure. Supporters— On either side a
wyvern argent wings erect gules, each supporting a banner
or charged with a horse-shoe sable. Motto — " Bi'se mac
na cromaige." Livery — Green, white facings.

Son of Duncan M ' Laren , Esq. , J. P. and D. L. , of New-

ington House, Edinburgh, Lord Provost and sometime

M.P. for Edinburgh, b. 1806 ; m. 1st, Grant Aitken (d.

1833); 2nd, 1836, Christina Gordon {d. 1841), d. of

William Renton of Edinburgh ; 3rd, 1848, Priscilla, d.

of Jacob Bright of Green Bank, Rochdale, and sister

of Rt. Hon. John Bright, P.C., M.P. :—

Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Benjamin Bright M' Laren,

1st Baron Aberconway of Bodnant, co. Denbigh (1911),

1st Bart. (8 Aug. 1902), P.C. (190S), K.C., M.A.

(Edin.), M.P. for Stafford 1880-6, and for Bosworth

Div. of Leicestershire 1892- 1910, J. P. Denbighshire,

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the Redeemer (Greece), has Order of Sacred Treasure
(Japan) 3rd class, Order of Takovia (Serbia), b.
1850 ; m. 1877, Laura Elizabeth, C. B.E. , Dame of Grace of
the Order of the Hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem, only d. of
Henry Davis Pochin of Bodnant, Denbighshire, J. P. and
D.L. , sometime M.P. for Stafford ; and has had issue — (1)
Hon. Henry Duncan M'Laren, C.B.E., M.A. (Oxon),
J.P. Denbigh, M.P. for West Staffordshire 1906-10, and
for Bosworth, Leics., 1910-22, b. 1879 [m. 1910, Christabel
Mary, d. of Sir Melville Leslie Macnaghten, Bart., C.B. , and
has issue; — Charles Melville M'Laren, Esq., b. 1913 ; John
Francis M'Laren, Esq., b. 1919 ; Elizabeth Mary; and
Anne Laura Dorinthea (Res. — 38 South Street, Mayfair,
W.i)]; (2) Hon. Francis Walter Stafford M'Laren, J.P.
Staffs., Lieut. R.N.V.R., M.P. for Spalding 1910-17, b.
1886 [m. 1911, Barbara, d. of Col. Sir Herbert Jekyll,
K..C.M.G. ; and d. on active service 1917; leaving issue —
Martin John M'Laren, Esq., b. 1914 ; Guy Lewis Ian
M'Laren, Esq., b. 1915]; Hon. Elsie Dorothea [m. 1904,
Lt.-Col. Edward Alexander James Johnson- Ferguson, only
son of Sir Jabez Edward Johnson-Ferguson, Bart., and has
issue] ; and Hon. Florence Priscilla [m. 1907, Rt. Hon. Sir
Henry Norman, P.C., 1st Bart., and has issue]. Seat —
Bodnant, Tal-y-Cafn, Denbighshire. Town res. — 43 Bel-
grave Square, S.W. Clubs — Reform, Savile, &c.

M'LAREN (26 Dec. 1902). Or, two chevronels gules,
between two dock-leaves slipped vert in chief and in base
a galley sable, flagged of the second. Mantling gules,



Henry McLaren, Esq., D.S.O., M.C.Capt. Royal Corps
of Signals (T.F.), b. 1883 ; m. 19 19, Edith, d. of Walter
Beverley, Barrister-at-Law, of Bramley. Res. — Rose-
field, Bramley, Leeds.

MacLAREN (L.O. May 1906). Parted per pale or
and ermine, two chevronels counterchanged, and in base




doubled or. CreBt — On a wreath of his liveries, a sword
argent, hilted and pommelled or, and a shepherd's crook
in saltire, entwined with a wreath of laurel proper. Motto
— " Per ensem pro pedo."

Son of William Sinclair M'Laren, b. ; d . ;

m. Elizabeth, d. Of James Marshall: —
James Marshall M'Laren, Esq., Capt. 1st Batt. Gordon
Highlanders, 6. 23 May 1875. Res. —

McLAREN of Headingley (H. Coll.). Azure, on a
saltire argent, between two grenades in fesse, and as many
garbs in pale or, a branch of laurel fructed proper. Mant-
ling azure and argent. Crest — On a wTeath of the colours,
between two branches of laurel fructed, a lymphad sail
furled proper pennons gules. Motto — " Fidelitate et
probitate."

Son of Sir John McLaren, K.B.E., J. P., eldest son
of Henry McLaren, of Hylton Castle, co. Durham,
b. ; d. 1920 ; m. 1881, Jane, d. of James

McCracken, of Glenapp, co. Ayr : —




a lymphad sable, sails furled oars in action flagged gules.

Mantling' sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries,

a mortar proper. Motto — " Frango."

Son of John MacLaren of Dalnabreck, d. 1881 (s.ilof
Gilbert MacLaren of Dalnabreck) m. , Jane Craig,

d. of George Clark of Invergelder, Aberdeenshire: —
Lt.-Col. James Farquharson MacLaren, late Indian

Medical Service, B.M. (Edin.), V.D., served in Soudan

Campaign 1885 (medal with clasp and bronze star), b. 1854.

Seat— Dalnabreck, co. Perth. Club— East India United

Service.

The Late HENRY NORMAN MACLAURIN, Gentle-
man. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1886)— Parted per pale or
and argent, two chevronels azure, in base a galley, oars in
action sable, flags flying. Mantling gules, doubled argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a lymphad sails furled