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and oars in action sable, flags flying gules. Motto
"Fidelis."

MACLAY (L.O.). Or, a lion rampant azure, armed and
langued gules, resting its sinister paw on an anchor sable,
all within an orle of the second. Mantling gules, doubled
ermine. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries a lymphad
sails furled sable, flagged gules. Supporters— On either
side a wolf proper, each gorged with a chain pendent
therefrom an escutcheon argent, charged with a salmon
on its back, holding a ring in its mouth proper. Motto —
" In Deo fides."

Son of Ebenezer Maclay, Glasgow, d. 1894 ; m. Janet,

d. of William Paton, Glasgow : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Paton Maclay, P.C., 1st Baron
Maclay, of Glasgow (21 Nov. 1922), Bart. (20 July 1914),
Hon. LL.D. Glasgow, J.P., D.L. Glasgow and Renfrew-
shire, b. 1857 ; m. 1889, Martha, d. of William Strang,
of Glasgow ; and has issue — Hon. Joseph Paton Maclay,
b. 1899 ; Hon. Waltar Symington Maclay, M.A. (Camb.),
b. 1901 ; Hon. John Scott Maclay, b 1905 ; Hon. Lilias
[m. 1923, Rev. John E. Hamilton, and has issue] ; Hon.
Janet [m. 1923, John Hampden Inskip ; and has issue].
Res. — Duchal, Kilmalcolm, co. Renfrew. Clubs — New,
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M'LEAN, see HOWARD M'LEAN.

MACLEAN of Dowart (L.O. 7 Aug. 1908). Quarterly,
1. argent, a rock gules ; 2. argent, a dexter hand less-
ways couped gules, holding a cross crosslet fitchee in
pale azure ; 3. or, a lymphad oars in saltire sails furled
sable, flagged gules ; 4. argent, a salmon naiant proper,
in chief two eagles' heads respectant gules. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his
liveries, a tower embattled argent. Supporters — On the
dexter, a seal proper ; on the sinister, an ostrich with a
horseshoe in its beak proper. Motto — " Virtue mine
honour."

Son of Sir Charles Fitzroy Maclean, 9th Bart., b.

1798 ; d. 1883 ; m. 1831, Emily Eleanor, d. of

Rev. the Hon. Jacob Marsham, D.D., Canon of

Windsor : —
Sir Fitzroy Donald Maclean, K.C.B., 10th Bart., of
Dowart and Morvaren (3 Sept. 1631), Chief of the Clan
Gillean, J. P., D.L., Lieut.-Col. (ret.) 13th Hussars, served
with 13th Light Dragoons in Bulgaria and the Crimea
I 854-55, Grand Pres. Clan Gillean Assoc, late Pres.
Highland Society of London, b. 1835 ; m. 1872,
Constance Marianne (d. 1920), d. of George Holland
Ackers, of Moreton Hall, Cheshire; and has issue —
Hector Fitzroy Maclean, Maj. (ret.) Scots Gds., b. 1873
[m. 1 907, Winifred Joan, d. of J. Wilding; and has issue —
Charles Hector Fitzroy Maclean, Esq., b. 1916 ; Joan
Sybil (Residence — 56 Cadogan Place, S.W.i)] ; Charles
Lachlan Maclean, Capt. (ret.) R.N., b. 1874 [m. 1904,
Hon. Philadelphia Robertson, d. of Baron Robertson,
and has issue — Philadelphia Constance; Finovola
Sybil (Res. — Ballechin House, Perthshire)] ; Finovola
Marianne Eleanor [m. 1st, 1908, Capt. Roger Simpson
(d. 1919) ; 2nd, Lt.-Col. Francis Bullock-Marsham ; and
has issue (Res. — Hope Court, Crowborough)]. Seat —
Duart Castle. Isle of Mull. Res. — Overblow, Shorne, Kent ;
26 The Leas, Folkestone ; 15 Hyde Park Terrace, W.
Clubs — Cavalry, United Service, Royal Highland Yacht.

MACLEAN (Rematric. L.O. 8 Feb. 1909). Quarterly,
1. argent, a rock gules ; 2. argent, a dexter hand fessways
couped gules, holding a cross crosslet fitchee in pale azure ;

3. or, a lymphad oars in saltire sails furled sable, flagged
gules ; 4. argent, a salmon naiant proper, in chief two
eagles' heads erased respectant gules, all within a bordure
engrailed gules. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest
— On a wreath of his liveries, a branch of laurel and
another of cypress in saltire, surmounted of a battleaxe
erect in pale all proper. Motto — " Altera merces."

Eld. son of Kaid Sir Harry Aubrey de Vere Maclean,
K.C.M.G. (1901), Instructor-General to the Army of
H.S.M. the Sultan of Morocco, Col. comdg. H.S.M.'s
Bodyguard, b. 1848; d. 1920; m. 1st, 1882, Catherine
(div. 1905), d. of Thomas Coe ; 2nd, 1913, Ella, d.
of late Gen. Sir Harry North Dalrymple Prendergast,
V.C., G.CB. :—
Andrew de Vere Maclean, Esq., Capt. E. Surrey Regt.,

served in S. Africa 1900-2 (medal and five clasps), b.

Address — Dremnim, Tangier, Morocco.

M'LEAN of Islay (L.O., 31 Jan. 1911). Quarterly, 1.
argent, a rock gules; 2. argent, a dexter hand fesswise
couped gules, holding a cross crosslet fitchee azure ; 3. or,
a lymphad oars in saltire sails furled sable, flagged gules ;

4. argent, a salmon naiant proper, in chief two eagles'
heads erased respectant gules, over all a cross azure dividing
the quarters. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest —
On a wreath of his liveries, a battleaxe erect in pale
between a branch of laurel and another of cypress all
proper. Motto — "Virtue mine honour." Livery — Dark
blue coat, blue and white waistcoat.

Eld. son of the late Lachlan M'Lean of Islay House,

Islay, b. 1830; d. 1880; m. 1865, Elizabeth, d. of

Alexander Cameron, The Manse, Port Charlotte,

Islay: —

Alexander Colin M'Lean, Esq., late Major Queen's Own

Cameron Highlanders, Chief Constable Inverness-shire, b.

1866; m. 1891, Dora Georgina, second d. of late Sir

Augustus Rivers Thompson, K.C.S.I., late Lieut.-Gov. of

Bengal; and has issue — Lachlan M'Lean, Gentleman, b.

1892 ; Eila Beatrice ; Mona ; and Elizabeth Dora. Res. —

31 Dores Road, Inverness. Clubs — Naval and Military,

New (Edinburgh).

Only son of Colin M'Lean, Esq. , Lt.-Col. Black Watch,
b. ; killed in action 1915 ; m. : —



Neil Malcolm M'Lean, Gentleman, b. 1903 [Arms,
Crest, and Motto as above, but Matric. L.O., 30 Jan.
1911) on the cross a crescent argent for difference]. Scat —
Breda, co. Aberdeen.

Son of : —

Neil Gilliam Maclean, Gentleman [Arms as next above,
but (matric. L.O.) a hnrriine azure for difference], b.
Res.—



MacLEAN of Plantation (Matric. L.O. , 31 March 1909,
and ). Quarterly, 1. argent, on a rock proper,

a tower sable, masoned of the first, windows and port-
oullis gules ; 2. argent, a dexter hand fesswise couped at
the wrist, grasping a cross crosslet fitchee in pale gules;
3. or, a galley oars in saltire sails furled sable, flagged
gules ; 4. vert, a salmon naiant proper, and in base a sea
undy argent and azure. Mantling gules, doubled argent.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a branch of laurel and




another of crowberry heath in saltire, surmounted of a
battleaxe erect in pale, all proper. Motto — " Fortiter et
strenue."

Son of : —

Charles James MacLean, Esq., of Plantation, Writer,
b. . Res. — 3 Grosvenor Crescent, Glasgow, W.2.

MACLEAN (L.O., 20 Dec. 1910). Quarterly, 1. argent,
a rock gules ; 2. argent, a dexter hand fessewise, couped
gules, holding a cross crosslet fitchee in pale azure ; 3. or,
a lymphad, oars in saltire, sails furled sable, flagged gules ;
4. argent, in a sea undy in base a salmon naiant of the field,
over all a fesse azure. Mantling gules, doubled argent.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a battleaxe in pale
proper. Motto — " Virtue mine honour."

Eld. son of the late Alexander Hislop Maclean, b. ;

d. ; m. 1865, Annie Brown : —
Alexander Harvie Maclean, Esq., Capt. Princess Louise's
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, b. . Res.— Argyll
and Sutherland Highlanders, Maryhill Barracks, Glasgow.

MACLEAN of Ardgour (L.O. , 20 July 1909). Quarterly,

1. argent, a lion rampant gules, armed and langued azure ;

2. azure, a castle triple-towered argent, masoned sable,
windows, portcullis, and flags gules ; 3. or, a dexter hand
:ouped fessewise gules, holding a cross crosslet fitche>
izure ; 4. or, a galley, sails furled oars in action, sable,






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flagged gules, in a sea in base vert, a salmon argent.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath




of his liveries, a branch of laurel and of cypress in saltire,

surmounted of a battleaxe in pale all proper. Motto—

" Altera merces."

Only son of Alexander Thomas Maclean, Esq., 16th
Laird of Ardgour, J. P. co. Inverness, J. P. and D.L.
co. Argyll, a Judge of the High Court of Judicature,
Bengal, b. 1835 ; d. 1890 ; m. 1875, Selina Philippa,
d. of late William Stephens Dicken : —
Lt.-Col. Alexander John Hew Maclean ot Ardgour, R. P.,

late Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, J. P. and D.L.

Argyll, b. 1880 ; m. 1918, Hon. Muriel Annette, d. of 3rd

Baron Inverclyde, of Castle Wemyss, and has issue —

Catriona Louise ; Anne ; Margaret Beryl ; Heather Joan ;

and Elizabeth Muriel Philippa. Seat — Ardgour, co. Argyll.

Clubs— Naval and Military, New (Edinburgh), R. Clyde

Yacht, R. Highland Yacht.

MACLEAN (L.O.). Quarterly, 1. argent, a lion ramp-
ant gules, armed and langued azure ; 2. a castle triple-
towered argent, masoned sable, windows, portcullis and
flags gules ; 3. or, a dexter hand couped fesswise gules,
holding a cross crosslet fitchee azure ; 4. or, a galley sails
furled oars in action sable, flagged gules, in a sea undy
argent and azure, in base a salmon naiant proper, in the
centre of the quarters a mullet gules, the whole within a
bordure indented of the last. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a branch of
laurel and another of cypress in saltire, surmounted of a
battleaxe in pale all proper. Motto — " Altera merces."
Son of the late John Maclean, of Kilmoluaig, Tiree,
Scotland, b. ;d. ; m. : —

Rt. Hon. Sir Donald Maclean, P.C., K.B.E., LL.D.,
J. P. cos. Peebles and London, M. P. Bath 1906-10, for
Peebles and Selkirk 1910-18, and for Peebles 1918-22,
b. 1864 ; m. 1907, Gwendolen Margaret, d. of Andrew
Devitt, Esq., J. P., of Coldshott, Oxted, and has issue-
Ian Maclean, Esq., b- 1908 ; Andrew Ewen Maclean, Esq.,
b. 1911 ; Donald Duart Maclean, Esq., b. 1913; Alan
Duart Maclean, Esq., b. 1924; and Nancy Jean. Res. —
6Southwick Place, Hyde Park.W. Clubs— Bath, Brooks's,
Reform.

MACLEAN (matric. L.O.). Quarterly, 1. argent a lion
rampant gules, armed and langued azure ; 2. azure, a
castle triple-towered argent, masoned sable, windows,



portcullis and flags gules ; 3. or, a dexter hand couped
fessways gules, holding a cross crosslet fitchee azure ; 4.
or, a galley sails furled oars in saltire sable, flagged gules,
in a sea in base vert, a salmon argent, the whole within a
bordure quarterly or and sable, charged with four boars'
heads couped all counterchanged. Mantling — Gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a
branch of laurel and another of cypress in saltire surmounted
of a battleaxe in pale all proper. Motto — " Altera merces."
Son of : —

Robert Douglas Donald Maclean, Gentleman, b.
Res.—

MacLEAN (E.G., 1909). Quarterly, i. cr, a hill
rising from the base vert ; 2. argent, a dexter arm issuing
from the sinister in fesse gules, holding a cross crosslet
fitchee in pale azure ; 3. argent, a galley, her oars erect
in saltire and sails furled sable, flagged gules ; 4. per fesse
or and azure, in chief two hawks' heads erased respectant
gules, and in base a ;almon naiant proper, the whole
within a bordure engrailed and quarterly gules and vert.
Mantling vert, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his




liveries, a battleaxe erect in pale, crossed by a branch of

laurel and another of cypress in saltire, all proper. Motto —

" Altera merces."

Eld. son of Archibald MacLean, Admiral in the
German Navy, m. Susanna Margaret Gortz : —
Francis MacLean, Esq., Capt. in the German Army,

Kt. of the Order of Francis Joseph of Austria, b.

Res.—

MACLEAN (L.O.). Quarterly, r. or, a hill in the base
vert ; 2. argent, a dexter hand and arm issuing from the
sinister in fess gules, holding a cross crosslet fitchee in
pale azure; 3. argent, a galley her oars erect in saltire
and sails furled sable, flags displayed gules ; 4. per fess or
and azure, in chief two hawks' heads erased respectant
gules, and in base a salmon naiant proper, all within a
bordure engrailed sable, charged with eight plates, in the
centre of the quarters a mullet gules. Mantling vert,
doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of the liveries, a battle-
axe erect in pale between a branch of laurel and another
of cypress in saltire all proper. Motto—' ' Altera merces."
Son of :—

Henry Maclean, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 199 Ames-

bury Avenue, London.

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MACLEAN of Dochgarroch (Matric. L.O. , 12 July 1909).
Parted per fesse or and azure, in dexter chief a dexter hand
appaumee gules, and in sinister chief a galley, sails furled
and oars in saltire sable, and in base a castle triple-towered
argent, masoned of the fourth, windows and portcullis also




of the third. Mantling azure, doubled or. ( Crest — On a
wreath of his liveries, a battleaxe in pale between a branch
of laurel and another of cypress, all proper. Mottoes —
" Vincere vel niori " ; "Virtue mine honour." [The arms
sable, three pheons argent are impaled.]

Eld. son of Allan Maclean, Gentleman, b. 1827; d.

1902; m. 1871, Marion, d. of Rev. Edward Guille,

M.A., Vicar of St. Luke's, Jersey :- —
Rev. Allan Mackintosh Maclean, B.A. , formerly Rector ot
Greystoke, Cumberland, b. 1872 ; m. 1903, Evelyn Margaret,
d. of Thomas Jones Nichols of Yockleton Park, and Aston
Hall, Salop; and has issue — (1) Donald Allan Lachlan
Maclean, Gentleman, b, 1905; (2) Hugh Alastair Guille
Maclean, Gentleman, b. 1907. Res. — Highnam Vicarage,
Gloucester.

NORMAN MAGNUS MACLEOD of that Ilk, twenty-
third Chief, J. P. and D.L., late Capt. 74th High-
landers, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of
Saint Michael and Saint George. Born July 27, 1839,
being the eldest son of the late Norman Macleod of that
Ilk, by his wife Louisa Barbara, commonly known as the
Hon. Louisa Barbara, only d. of the 13th and sister of
the 14th Barons St. John of Bletsoe. Armorial bearings
(L.O., 12 Jan. 1753) — Azure, a castle triple-towered and
embattled argent, masoned sable, windows and porch gules,
and impaling the arms of Isham, namely gules, a fesse
wavy and in chief three piles also wavy argent. Mantling
gules, doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is
set for Crest, a bull's head caboshed sable between two
flags gules, staves of the first. Supporters — Two lions
regardant gules, each holding a dagger proper. Motto—
"Murus aheneus esto " ; and for a Device the words,



"Hold fast." Married, April 27, 1881, Emily Caroline,
dau. of Sir Charles Isham, Bart. ; and has had Issue— Emily
Pauline (d. 1918) [m. 1908, Nic->1 Martin of Glendale, Isle
of Skve] ; and Margaret Louisa. Seat — Dunvegan Castle,
IsleofSkye, N.B.

RODERICK WILLOUGHBY MACLEOD, Esquire,
late Capt. 79th Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders,
J. P. and D.L. for the co. of Ross and Cromarty. Born
May 29, 1858, being the eldest son of the late Robert
Bruce .Eneas Macleod, Esq., of Invergordon Castle, by
his wife Ellen Augusta, dau. of Sir John Pollard Wil-
loughby, Bart. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, 1. or, a
mountain azure, inflamed gules ; 2. gules, the three legs of
Man proper, conjoined in the centre at the upper end of
the thigh, flexed in triangle, the spurs or ; 3. or, a lymphad
sable, flags gules ; 4. azure, a castle triple-towered and
embattled argent, masoned sable, windows and portcullis
gules, and impaling the arms of Darell, namely, azure, a
lion rampant or, ducally crowned argent. 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, the sun in splendour proper.
Mottoes — Above the crest, " Loisghim agus soilleirighim ; "
below the arms, " Quocunque jeceris stabit." Livery —
Blue, yellow piping, gilt buttons, yellow and black striped
waistcoat. Married, 1897, Alice Olivia, second dau. of
Edward Tierney Gilchrist Darell, Esq., and granddau. of
the late Rev. Sir W. Lionel Darell, 4th Baronet, of Fretherne
Court, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire ; and has Issue — (1)
Robert Bruce Darell Macleod, Esq., M.C., Capt. late
3rd Batt. Cameron Highlanders, b. Nov. 19, 1897; (2)
Torquil Harry Lionel Macleod, Gentleman, b. Sept. n,
1899 ; (3) Hector Roderick /Eneas Macleod, Gentleman, b.
April 16, 1901 ; and Beryl May. Club — Naval and Military.

MacLEOD of Fuinary (L.O. 1924). Azure, a castle
triple- towered argent, masoned sable, windows and
portcullis gules, on a chief of the second an open book
proper, leaved of the fourth. Mantling azure, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liverie-, a bull's
head caboshed sable, horned or, between two keys wards
upwards of the last. Motto — " Hold fast."

Second son of Rev. Norman MacLeod, D.D., Dean

of the Chapel Royal, Dean of the Thistle, b. 1812 ;

d. 1873; m. 1851, Catherine Ann, d. of William

Mackintosh of Geddes, co. Nairn : —
Sir John Mackintosh MacLeod, 1st Bart. (1924), LL.D.,
J. P., D.L., M.P. Cen. Div. of Glasgow 1918, and for
Kelvingrove 1918-22., b. 1857; m. 1888, Edith, d. of
Joshua Fielden, of Todmorden, Yorks. ; and has issue —
John Mackintosh Norman MacLeod, Esq., b. 1891 [m.
Isa, d. of Francesco Brusati, of Milan ; and has issue —
Ian Francis Norman MacLeod, Esq., b. 192 1 (Res. — 149
West George Street, Glasgow)] ; Rev. George Fielden
MacLeod, M.C., Clerk in Holy Orders, b. 1895 (Res. —
8 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh) ; Ellen [m. 1918, Rev.
James Murray, B.D., and has issue]. Res. — 4 Park
Circus Place, Glasgow. Clubs — Carlton ; Western
(Glasgow.)

MACLEOD (L.O. ). Azure, a castle triple-towered
argent, mas< ned sable, windows and portcullis gules, on a
chief of the second, an open book proper, leaved of the
fourth, between two foxes' heads, erased also of the last.
Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — A bull's head
caboshed sable, horned or, between two keys, wards upper-
most of the last. Motto— ' ' Hold fast. "
Son of : —

Rev. William Houldsworth Macleod, B.A. (Camb. ),
B.D. (Glasgow), b.

McLEOD of The Fairfields (H. Coll.). Ermine, on a
pile azure, between two lotus-flowers in base or, a
castle triple-towered argent, masoned sable, windows
and porch gules. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, in front of two flags in
saltire gules, staves proper, a bull's head caboshed also
gules. Badge — Two lotus-flowers slipped in saltire
entiled by a circlet or. Motto — " Murus aheneus esto."
Son of Rev. Norman McLeod, b. 1801; d. 1881 ;
m. 1838, Julia, d. of Dr. Alexander McLeod : —

Sir Charles Campbell McLeod, 1st Bart., of The Fair-
fields, Cobham, Surrey (22 Jan. 1925), Knight of Grace of
the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem,
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Lancashire Insurance Co., Ltd., and of Imperial Tea Co.,
Ltd., b. 1858 ; m. 1892, Mary Louisa, d. of the late Dep.
Surg.-Gen. Henry Cayley, C.M.G. ; and has issue — Mur-
doch Campbell McLeod, Esq., b. 1893 [m. 1920, Annette
Susan, d. of Henry Whitehead, of Brentford, Middx.,
and has issue — Roderick Campbell, McLeod, Esq., b.
1921; Charles Henry McLeod, Gentleman, b. 1924];
and Madeleine Joyce. Seat — The Fairfields, Cobham,
Surrey. Clubs — Marlborough, Carlton, Oriental.

MACLEOD (H. Coll., 30 Oct. 1919). Or, a mountain
azure, inflamed gules, on a chief of the second two cinque-




foils of the field. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a sun in splendour or, charged with
a Mercury's cap proper. Motto — " Luceo non uro."

Eldest son of Neil Macleod, M.D. (Edin.), of Shang-
hai, b. 1847; d. 1921 ; m. 1877, Jessie Menzies, d. of
Henry McClure, Edinburgh : —
Ronald Neil Macleod, Esq., formerly Barrister-at-Law,
re-admitted Solicitor, 1928, b. 1879 ; m. 1907, Mary Eliza-
beth, eld. d. of Edward John Leveson, of Anerley, Kent,
and has issue: — Roderick John Neil Macleod, Gentleman,
b. 1909. Res. — 13 Gerald Road, Eaton Square, S.W.i.

MacLULICH (L.O., 1895). Azure, a wy vern regardant




proper, hilted and pommelled of the second. Mantling,
azure, doubled or. Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries,
a demi-man affronted proper, banded round the temples
azure and or, holding in the hands a bar of iron fessewise
also proper. Motto— (in Gaelic characters), " Caraid s'an
aire" (A friend in need).

Eldest son of the Rev. Canon MacLulich (formerly
Smith), Clerk in Holy Orders ; resumed the surname
of MacLulich by Royal Licence 1895, b. Feb. 18, 1846 ;
d. 1919; m. July 13, 1871, Marion Lydia, dau. of Rev.
James Mecredy, D.D. : —
(John) Peers MacLulich, Gentleman, B.A., M.D..T.C.D.,
b. April 17, 1872. Res. — Woodside, Boxhill Road, Tad-
worth, Surrey.

Third son of Rev. Canon John MacLulich (see above) : —

Rev. Archibald MacLulich MacLulich, M.A., Clerk in

Holy Orders, formerly Vicar of Holy Trinity Church,




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Colombo, Ceylon [Arms (rematric. 1908) as above, within
a bordure argent. Mantling, Crest, and Motto all as
above], b. 1876. Res. — The Vicarage, Great Chesterfcrd,
Essex.

MACLURE (H. Coll., 1898). Argent, on a chevron
engrailed azure, between two roses in chief and a quatrefoil
in base gules, a martlet between two escallops of the field.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, an eagle's head erased argent, between four roses
gules, stalked and leaved, two on either side proper. Motto
— " Paratus sum." Livery— Blue, red facings.

Sons of Sir John William Maclure, 1st Bart., J. P.,

D. L. , M. P. , Kt. of Grace of the Order of the Hospital

of St. John of Jerusalem, b. 1835; d. 1901 ; m. 1859,

Eleanor, d. of Thomas Nettleship of East Sheen,

Surrey : —

Sir John Edward Stanley Maclure, 2nd Bart. (12 March

1898), Col. on the Staff late Manchester Regt., b. 1869;

m. 1898, Ruth Ina Muriel, elder d. of late Commander

W. B. M'Hardy, R.N., Chief Constable of Lanarkshire;

and has issue — (1) John William Spencer Maclure, Esq.,

Capt. K.R.R.C, b. 1899; (2) Edward Stanley Winton

Maclure, Esq., Midshipman R.N., b. 1909 ; Ruth Ina

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Dartnell Park, West Byfleet, Surrey. Club— Junior United
Service.

William George Percy Maclure, Esq. .O.B.E., M.I.M.E.,
b. 1871. Res. — Oak Drive, Fallowfield, Manchester.

Alan Francis Maclure, Esq., C. B., D.L., J. P. Lanes.,
Lt.-Col. 7th Batt. Lanes. Fus., b. 1873. Res. — Oak Drive,
Fallowfield, Manchester. Clubs — Cavendish, Clarendon,
and Union (Manchester).

McMAHON (U.O., 1815). Per saltire or and ermine,
a lion passant azure, between two others passant guardant
in pale gules. Mantling or and azure. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, an arm embowed in armour, holding
in the hand a sword, the blade wavy, all proper, sur-
mounted of a portcullis gules, chained or. Motto — "Sic
nos, sic sacra tuemur."

Son of Gen. Sir Thomas Westropp McVTahon, 3rd

Bart. , C. B. , b. ; d. 1892; m. 2nd, 1859, Frances

Mary (d. 1867), d. of John Holford :—

Sir Horace Westropp McMahon, 5th Bart. (7 Aug.

1817), D.S.O. , O.B.E., Lt.-Col. late Royal Welsh Fus.

[Supporters (R.L., 8 Oct. 1859), to descend with Baronetcy,

on either side a private of the 10th Foot, habited and

accoutred, and holding in the exterior hand a musket

proper], b. 1863; m. 1911, Ellie Maude, widow of Capt.

C. E. Bancroft, Royal Welsh Fus., and d. of Hon. H. Moses,

M.L.C. of Sydney, N S. Wales. Res. — Beechwood House,

Lavingtcn Park, Peworth, Sussex.

Sons of Major William McMahon, 14th Light Dragoons,

b. 1825 ; d. 1916; m. 1854, Julia (d. 1866), widow ot

Joseph Davies, of Stonecot, Surrey, and dau. of James

Coster of Streatham : —

Kellerman Eyre McMahon, Esq., O. B.E., Lt.-Col. late

2nd Batt. K. Shropshire L. I., b. i860 ; m. 1899, Lydia

Mary, widow of Slingsby Cradock, late 19th Hussars ; and

has issue — William Patrick McMahon, Gentleman, £. 1900.

Res. -

Lionel Westropp McMahon, Gentleman, b. 1868. Club—
Jun. Carlton.

Arthur Beresford McMahon, Gentleman, late Lieut.
4th Batt. Beds. Regt. , b. 1873; m. 1894, Annette Alice
Turner. Res. —

MAC MAHON (Allowed by Hawkins, Ulster, 1750).
Argent, three lions passant regardant, in pale gules, armed
and langueJ azure. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm in armour,
embowed proper, garnished or, holding in the hand a
sword also proper, pommel and hilt gold. Motto — " Sic
nos sic sacra tuemur."

Sons of Marie Edme Patrice Maurice MacMahon, Due

de Magenta, Marshal of France, President of the

French Republic, b. 1808; d. 1893; m. 1854, Elizabeth



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