the younger but only surviving son of the late Capt.
George Gordon Macpherson, by his wife Beatrice Kerr.
Armorial bearings — Per fesse or and azure, a lymphad of
porters — Two Highlanders in short tartan jackets and hose,
with steel helmets on their heads, thighs bare, their shirts
tied between them, and round targets on their arms. Motto
— "Touch not the cat bot a glove." Livery — Dress: blue
coat with red piping, red waistcoat, red plush breeches and
white stockings; undress: blue coat and waistcoat, and
the first, with her sails furled, oars in action, mast and
tackling all proper, flags flying gules, in the dexter chief
point a hand, couped, grasping a dagger point upwards
gules, in the sinister chief a cross crosslet fitchee of the last.
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 sejant proper. Sup-
trousers with red piping.
Res.— Cluny Castle, Laggan,
MACPHERSON. Azure, a lymphad or. sail furled and
oars in action mast and tackling all proper, flags flying of the
field, each charged with a saltire argent, on a chief indented
of the last a hand fesseways couped grasping a dagger point
upward on the dexter, and on the sinister a cross crosslet
fitchee of the first. Mantling azure, doubled argent.
Crest— A cat rampant guardant proper. Motto — " Touch
not the cat, but a glove."
Eld. son of Sir Arthur George Macpherson, K.C.I.E.,
a Puisne' Judge of the High Court, Calcutta, b. 1828 ;
d. 1921 ; m. i860, Frances Caroline, dau. of the late
William Martin: —
William Hugh Macpherson, Esq., b. Feb. 2, 1863.
Postal address —
MACPHERSON (L.O. , 16 April 1929). Parted per pale
or and azure, a galley mast oars tackling and flags, in
the dexter chief point a hand couped fessways, holding a
dagger paleways, and in the sinister a cross crosslet fitchee,
all counterchanged, on a chief engrailed gules, three
antique crowns c r. Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest —
On a wreath of his liveries, a cat sejant aHront^e proper
gorged with an antique crown or. Motto — "Touch not
the cat, bot a glove."
Only son of James Fraser Macpherson, M.B. , B.S. ,
of Greenhill, Rownhams, Hampshire, b. 1861 ; m.
1899, Helen Jane, d. of Samuel Millar, M.D. , of
Carnoustie, Angus : —
James Grant Macpherson Esq., Capt. 4th Batt. The
Hampshire Regt, (T.), b. 1901 ; m. 1928, Lenore Grant,
only d. of Col. John Smart Matthew, C.M.G., D.S.O.
Res.~- Mile End, Romsey, Hampshire. Club — Cavendish.
McPHILLIPS of Victoria, British Columbia (U.O.). Or,
a cross engrailed gules, on a chief ermine, a lion rampant
issuant sable. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-cat reguardant collared and
chained all or, holding between the paws a cross as in the
arms. Motto — " A cruce salus."
Sons of George McPhillips, D.L.S. , C.E., and Special
Commissioner from the Canadian Government to the
Manitoba Government with the first subsidy in 1870,
of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and formerly of Monaghan,
b. 1805; d. 1878; m. , Margaret Lavin of
Armagh : —
Robert Charles McPhillips, Gentleman, Dominion Land
Surveyor and C.E., b. . Res. — Winnipeg.
Lewis Griffith McPhillips, Esq., K.C., Barr.-at-Law, b.
. Res. — Vancouver. Club — Vancouver (Canada).
The Hon. Mr. Justice Albert Edward McPhillips, K.C.,
Judge of the Court of Appeal British Columbia since 1913,
late M. P. P., Attorney-General B.C. 1903, President of the
Council 1910-13, elected to represent Victoria City in Pro-
vincial Parliament in 1898, again in 1900, and the Electoral
District of "The Islands" 1907-13, appointed by Govt, of
Cadada to the Court of Appeal for British Columbia 191 3,
served in the North- West Rebellion 1885 under Major-
General Sir Frederick Middleton, present at the actions
of Fish Creek and Batoche (medal and clasp), retired
with rank of Captain, Fellow Royal Colonial Institute,
b. 1861 ; m. 1896, Emily Sophia (d. 1923), eld. d. of the late
Hon. Alex. E. B. Davie, K.C. , sometime Premier, Attorney-
General, B.C., niece of the late Hon. Theodore Davie,
Chief Justice of B.C. ; and has issue— (1) Alex. St. George
McPhillips, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; (2) Albert De Burgo
McPhillips, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; and Gwyneth Marie
Kathleen [m. Richard Thorneley Hall, of Hampton Court,
Victoria, B.C.]. Res. — " Cloonmore House," Rockland
Avenue, Victoria, B.C. Club — Union (Victoria, B.C.).
Vincent Francis Xavier McPhillips, Gentleman, M.D.,
B.A. Res. —Vancouver. Club — Vancouver (Canada).
MACPHERSON-GRANT of Ballindalloch (L.O., June
5, 1806). Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, a target between
three antique crowns or (for Grant of Ballindalloch) ;
2 and 3, per fesse or and azure, a lymphad of the first,
masts oars and tacklings proper, ensigned gules, between
a hand couped fessewise, holding a dagger iu pale in the
dexter canton, and in the sinister a cross crosslet fitchee
gules; all within a bordure of the last. Mantling gules,
doubled or. Crest — A dexter hand erect holding a dirk
in pale proper. Motto — Above the Crest, " Ense et
Son of Sir John Macpherson-Grant, 4th Bart., b.
1863 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1889, Mary, d. of Alexander
Dennistoun, of Golfhill : — ;
Sir George Macpherson-Grant, 5th Bart. (25 Tuly 1838),
of Ballindalloch, J. P., Member of the Royal Company of
Archers, b. 1890. Seats— Ballindalloch Castle, Ballin-
dalloch, co. Banff ; Invereshie House, Kincraig, co. Inver-
ness ; Old Milton, Kingussie. Clubs— Bachelors', New
The Late STUART MacRAE, Esquire, head of the
Conchra branch of the MacRaes of Kintail, J . P. co. Notting-
ham, Member of the Royal Company of Archers (King's
Bodyguard for Scotland). Born 1856, being the eldest son
of the late Duncan MacRae, Esq., of Kames Castle,
co. Bute, J. P. and D.L. (of the Conchra branch of
the MacRaes of Kintail), by his wife Grace, dau. of Donald
Stewart. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1896 and 7 April
1908) — Argent, a fesse azure between two mullets in chief,
a lion rampant in base gules. Mantling azure, doubled
argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest,
a mailed arm embowed, the hand grasping a Turkish
scimitar proper ; and in an escroll above, this Motto,
" Fortitudine" ; and below shield, "Nee euro nee careo."
Married, Dec. 12, 1891, Ethel Evelyn, eldest dau. of the late
Martin Ridley Smith of Hayes Common, Kent ; and died
1927, having had Issue — (1) Kenneth Stuart MacRae,
Esq., Capt. Black Watch, has Croix de Guerre, b. 1892 ;
(2) [ohn Nigel MacRae, Esq., Lieut, nth Service Batt.
Black Watch, and Capt. R.A.F., killed whilst flying 1918 ;
and Grace Emily. Residence — Conchra, Kyle of Lochalsh,
MACRAE (H. Coll.). Argent, a fesse invected, in chief
a lion rampant between two mullets, and the like in base
all gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, between two buffalo-horns or, a cubit arm
erect proper, charged with two mullets in pale gules, the
hand holding a claymore in bend sinister also proper,
pommel and hilt gold, Motto — " Fortitudine."
Son of Douglas Gordon Macrae of Collingsbourne,
Surrey, b. ; d. 1901 ; m. : —
Douglas Gordon Macrae, Gentleman, b 1886. Res. —
MAC RAE (L.O. , 1896, 1908 and 1909). Argent, a fesse
azure, between two spur-rowels in chief and a lion rampant
in base gules, a bordure of the last. Mantling azure,
doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of the liveries, a
mailed arm embowed, the hand grasping a Turkish scimitar
proper. Mottoes (above crest) — "Fortitudine"; (under
arms) — " Nee euro nee careo."
Third son of the late Duncan Mac Rae, Esq. , of Kames
Castle, co. Bute, J. P. and D.L. (Head of the Conchra
branch of the Mac Raes of Kintail), b. 1816 ; d. 1898 ;
m. 1852, Grace, d. of DonaU Stewart of Luscantyre : —
Major Colin William Mac Rae, C.B.E., The MacRae of
Feoirlinn, Res. of Officers, late Royal Highlanders (" Black
Watch"), Exon of King's Bodyguard of ihe Yeomen of the
Guard, Member of the Royal Company of Archers (King's
Bodyguard for Scotland), one of the Chamberlains to the
Pope, Knight of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of St.
John cf Jerusalem, J. P. Argyll, J. P. and D.L. Buteshire,
b. 1869; m. 1909, Lady Margaret Crichton-Stuart, O.B.E.,
J. P. Buteshire, only d. of 3rd Marquess of Bute ; and has
issue — John Donald Christopher S.uart Mac Rae, Gentle-
man, b. 1912; Gwendolen Margaret Mary Grace; and
Margaret Ann Mary. Seats — Feoirlinn, Colintraive,
Argyll ; Ascog, Isle of Bute ; Kinlochruel, Colintraive.
Res, — Friary Court, St. James's Palace, S.W. Clubs —
Bachelors', R.A.C,, New (Edinburgh).
MacRAE of Ardintoul (L.O., 1913). Argent, a fesse
azure, between three mullets in chief and in base a demi-lion
rampant gules, armed and langued of the second, holding in
his dexter paw a sword proper. Mantling azure, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a dexter naked
arm embowed couped at the shoulder, the hand grasping a
scimitar all proper. Mottoes (over), " Fortitudine "; (below),
" Dileas gu deireadh." Livery — Blue and white.
Only son of Roderick MacRae, Esq., CLE., Col. Indian
Medical Service, of Letterfearn, and Ardintoul, b.
1850;.*/. 1915 ; m. 1902, Kathleen Isabella, only d. of
Henry Keith of Silvertonhill, Hamilton, N.B.: —
Ian Duncan Keith MacRae, Gentleman, Lieut. Seaforth
Highlanders, b. 1905. Estates— Ard\n\.o\i\ and Letterfearn.
Seats — Ardintoul House, and Druidaig Lodge, Glenshiel,
MacRAE (L.O.). Argent, a fesse azure, between three
mullets in chief, and a lion rampant in base gules. Mantling
azure, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries,
a cubit arm, grasping a sword all proper. Motto — " Forti-
Son of Sir Colin George MacRae, Knt. Bach. W.S.,
J. P., b. 1844; d. 1927; m. 1877, Flora, d. of the late
John Colquhoun : —
Rev. John Anthony MacRae, M.A., Minister of the parish
of Partick, Glasgow, b. 1883; m. 1915, Jean Hope, d. of
Rev. K. Moody-Stuart, of Annat, Perthshire. Res. —
Manse of Partick, Glasgow.
JOHN MacRAE-GILSTRAP, Esquire, of Eilean
Donnan, Ross, and Ballimore, co. Argyll, and of Northgate,
Newark-on- Trent, co. Nottingham, Lieut. -Col. (retired) late
Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) (formerly John MacRae),
a Gentleman-at-Arms and a Member of the Royal Company
of Archers, the King's Bodyguard for Scotland, Constable
of Eilean Donnan Castle, J. P. for Argyll, Notts. , and New-
ark, County Councillor for Kilfinan Division of Argyll
since 1903, Chairman of Cowal Division C.C. of Argyll
since 1920, assumed the additional surname and arms of
Gilstrap by Royal Licence under the will of the late
Sir William Gilstrap, Bart., of Fornham Park, Suffolk, and
Newark-on-Trent. Born Dec. 30, 1861, being the second
son of Duncan MacRae, Karnes Castle, Isle of Bute (head
of the " Conchra " branch of the MacRaes of Kintail),
H.E.I.C.S., by his wife Grace, dau. of Donald Stewart,
representative of the Stewarts of Over Blairish, cadets of
Stewart of Garth. Armorial bearings (R.L., 9 Jan.
1897, H. Coll. and L.O.) — Quarterly, 1 and 4 (Gilstrap),
argent, a chevron engrailed vert, between in chief two
escutcheons gules, each charged with a galtrap of the
field, and in base a talbot's head erased of the
third, and for distinction, in the centre chief point a
cross crosslet gules; 2 and 3 (MacRae), argent, a fesse
azure, between two mullets in chief and a lion ram-
pant in base gules, in chief point a crescent of the second
for difference ; and upon an escutcheon of pretence these
same arms of Gilstrap without the cross crosslet. Mantling
vert and argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours,
upon a rock, a cubit arm erect in armour all proper, grasping
an escutcheon gules, charged with a galtrap argent for dis-
tinction, the arm charged with a cross crosslet gules (for
Gilstrap) ; 2. on a wreath of his liveries, an arm in armour
embowed, holding a scimitar proper; and over the crest
the Mottoes, "Candide secure" (for Gilstrap); " Forti-
tudine" (for MacRae); under the shield, "Nee euro nee
care " (for MacRae). Livery — Dark blue coat, with red
waistcoat, silver buttons, and dark green trousers.
Married, March 4, 1889, Isabella Mary, Lady of Grace
of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jeru-
salem, second dau. of the late George Gilstrap, Esq.,
J. P., of Winthorpe, Newark-on-Trent; and has Issue —
John Duncan George MacRae, Esq., late Capt. Seaforth
Highlanders, b. 1896 [m. 1921, Lady Phyllis Hervey. d.
of 4th Marquess of Bristol, and has issue — John
Duncan Hervey MacRae, Gentleman, b, 1922 ; and
Merilissa Phyllis Mary]; Margaret Helen [m. 1913, Major
Bruce Campbell, yngr. of Arduiane, and has issue] ; Janet
Isabel [m. 1921, Nicholas Serge Reyntiens, and has issue],
Ella Mary [m. 192 1, Edward Abdy Fellowes] ; Barbara
Elizabeth Catherine ; Flora Sybil [m. 1918, Capt. A. R. D.
Stewart, and has issue] ; and Dorothy Genevieve. Seats —
Ballimore, Otter Ferry, N.B. ; Eilean Donan Castle, Kyle
of Lochalsh, Ross-shire ; Northgate, Newark-on-Trent.
Clubs — Naval and Military, R.A.C., Royal Highland Yacht
McRICKARD (U.O.) Or, a cross gules, in the dexter
canton a lion rampant sable, and in the sinister a lymphad
proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a cat-a- mountain sejant guardant sable, collared
and chained or. Motto — ' 'Un roi, un foi, un loi."
Eld. son of Samuel McRickard, of New York City,
b. 1836; d. 1919 ; m. 1872, Cecelia, d. of James
Mulholland, of New York : —
James Patrick McRickard, Esq., b. 1872 ; m. 1895, Ada,
d. of Richard Cass, of Leeds, co. Yorks., and of New York
City, U.S.A. ; and has issue — Farrington Bradford
McRickard, Gentleman, D.C., Ph.C, 6.1898 ; and Marion
Geraldyn, D.C., Ph.C. Estate— Stuart, Florida, U.S.A.
Res. — Bayside, Long Island, New York. Chub — Salmagundi
Mac ROBERT of Cawnpore, and of Cromar (H. Coll.).
Gules, on a chevron between three wolves' heads erased
argent, as many thistles leaved and slipped proper. Mant-
ling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a dexter cubit arm vested azure, the
hand grasping an Eastern crown or, two fronds of bracken
in saltire proper. Badge — A frond of bracken proper
and an Indian rose leaved and slipped or, in saltire,
enfiled by a circlet also proper. Motto — " Virtu tis gloria
Sons of Sir Alexander MacRobert, 1st Bart., K.B.E.,
b. 1854 ; d. 1922 ; by his 2nd wife, m. 191 1, Rachel,
d. of Dr. William Hunter Workman, of Worcester,
Mass., U.S.A. :—
Sir Alasdair MacRobert, 2nd Bart. (5 April 1922), b.
19 12. Res. — Douneside, Tarland, co. Aberdeen.
Roderick Alan MacRobert, b. 1915. Res. —
Iain Workman MacRobert, b. 1917. Res. —
MACRORY of Ardmore Lodge (U.O.). Or, a lion ram-
pant gules, holding in the dexter paw a sword proper.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a galley sable, sail furled and oars in action
argent, flagged azure. Motto — " Res non verba."
Sons of Robert Augustus Macrory, Gentleman, B.A.
(Dub.), b. 1833; d. 1919; m. 1863, Kate Robert (d.
1915), only d. of George Crawford of Bellevy, Ban-
bridge : —
Robert Henry Macrory, Gentleman, B.A. (Dub.),
Barrister-at-Law [Arms as above, and on an escutcheon of
pretence, the arms cf Rotheram, viz. : vert, three stags
trippant or], b. 1868 ; m. , Ellen Frances, only child
of Arthur Rotheram, and has issue — Robert Rotheram Mac-
rory, Gentleman, b. ; and . Res.— 7 Fitz-
william Square, Dublin.
George Crawford Macrory, Gentleman. B.A. (Dub. ), b.
1871 ; in. 1914, Kate Louise (d. 1926), d. of Anders Ohlsson
of Cape Town, late Consul-General for Sweden. Res. —
Dunmurry House, Dunmurry, co. Antrim.
Sons of Samuel Martin Macrory, Esq., J. P. co. London-
derry (High Sheriff 1892), b. 1836; d. ; m. 1873,
Frances Anna, d. of Rev. Samuel Greer, Rector of
Enniskillen : —
Roland Martin Macrory, Esq., Major (ret.), R.E. , b.
1874 ; 111. 1909, Inez D. M. Lindesay, and has issue- -
Henry Greer Macrory, Gentleman, b. 1918; and Mary
Lindesay. Res. — The Chalet, Limavady, co. Derry.
Francis Samuel Macrory, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. (rot.)
R. Innsikilling Fu-iliers, b. 1876; m. 1910, Rosa Pottinger,
and has issue — Patrick Macrory, Gentleman, b. 191 1 ;
Diana ; and Frances Hope. Res. — Ardmore Lodge,
Robert Valentine Macrory, Gentleman, b. ; m.
Norah Miller, and has issue — Donald Macrory, Gentleman,
b. . Res.—
VALENTINE EMANUEL PATRICK MacSWINEY,
The Marquess MacSwiney cf Mashanaglass, created here-
ditary Roman Marquess, 7 May 1896, Chamberlain to Their
Holinesses Popes Leo XIII. and Pius X. (resigned 1909),
Member of the Royal Irish Academy, Member of the
Delegation of Irish Free State to fourth and fifth Assemblies
of the League of Nations (1923-24). Bom 1871, being
the only son of Valentine MacSwiney, formerly of Macroom,
co. Cork, and Paris, by Emma, Countess Konarski, dau.
of Alexander, Count Konarski, Knight of the Military
Order, " Virtuti Militari," of Poland. Armorial bearings
(U.O. )— Per pale azure and gules, two boars rampant
combatant pean, on a chief or, as many battleaxes in
saltire proper. Mantling azure and or ; and for his
Crest, upon a wreath or and azure, a demi-gryphon
segreant, holding in the dexter claw a lizard proper,
and charged on the breast with a fleur-de-lys azure. Motto
— " Malo mori quam fcedari." Married, first, 1895,
Stella Cavalcanti de Albuquerque (annulled by Holy See) ;
second, 1910, H. H. Anna, Countess von Schlitz, otherwise
von Goertz, and has Issue— Owen, torn 1916; Honora ;
and Mary Elizabetli. Res.— 35 Upper Fitzwilliam Street,
MacSWINNEY (U.O.) Argent, a fesse azure between
in chief a lion passant gules, armed and langued azure, and
in base a boar passant sable, armed and unguled p:oper,
langued gules. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-griffin segreant or, langued
gules, holding a lizard proper. Motto — "Spes."
Son of James Foley MacSwinney, Esq., of Galway : —
Robert Forster MacSwinney, Gentleman, Ban ister-at-
Law, Inner Temple, b. . Address — 1 New Square,
Lincoln's Inn, W.C.
MacTAGGART-STEWART, see STEWART.
MacTAGGART (L.O.) Argent, a fess gules, between
two maple leaves in chief vert, and in base on the branch of
a tree fesswise a beaver proper. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries a lion's head
erased proper. Motto— "Vi et virtute."
Son of : —
Duncan Donald MacTaggart, Esq., M.D.,M.S., B.Sc.
(McGill Univ.), President Med. Revisory Board, and
Professor of Medical Judisprudence, McGill Univ., Lt.-Col.
Canadian A.M.S., b. . Res.— 1075 Mount Royal
Avenue, West Montreal, Canada.
McTURK (L.O.) Argent, a chevron azure, between
two hunting-horns vert, circled and stringed gules in chief,
and a mountain inflamed proper in base, a bordure
indented of the second. Mantling azure, doubled argent.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a black-faced ram's head
cabjssed proper. Motto — " Pace aut bello."
Son of :- •
Robert McTurk, Gentleman, b. . Res. — Cray, co.
M'VEAGH (U,0.) Ermine, a lion passant guardanf
or, on a chief azure, a crescent between two roses or.
Mantling azure and argent : and for Crest, upon a
wreath of the colours, an arm embowed in armour, in the
hand a spear all proper. Motto — ' ' Per ardua. "
Sons of George Joseph Brooke M'Veagh, Esq., J. P.,
of Drewstown, b. 1886; d. ; m. 1889, Grace Alice
Maude, dau. of Lieut. -Gen. Charles Annesley Benson
of Ormonde House, Zion Hill, Bath : —
Ferdinand Annesley M'Veagh, Esq., Capt. late 4th Batt.
Royal Irish Fus. , b. 1890 ; m. 1919, Hazel, d. of F. Hunter
of Belfast ; and has issue — 1 dau. Seat — Drewstown,
Montagu Quin Brooke M'Veagh, Gentleman, b. 1903.
Trevor George Brooke M'Veagh, Gentleman, /'. 1906.
ROBERT BLAKE M'VITTIE, Gentleman, youngest
surviving son of the late Elliott M'Vittie. Armorial bear-
ings — Argent, on a chevron engrailed gules, between in chief
two thistles and in base a trefoil slipped all proper, a fret or.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a cat-a-mountain passant guardant, resting the
forepaw on an escutcheon of the arms. Motto — -"Virtue
is honour." Post. add. — 62 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin.
MADDEN of Kells (U.O.). Quarterly, 1. sable, 1 ! a
falcon.wings expanded, preying on a mallard all argent,
on a chief ermine, out of a naval crown, between two cross
crosslets gules from a staff in bend a flag of St. George all
proper (Madden) ; 2. or, a pile engrailed sable (Water-
house) ; 3. sable, a chevron between in chief two escallops,
and in base a boar's head couped argent (Travers) ; 4.
sable, a saltire argent (Duckett). Crest — On a ducal
coronet or, a falcon rising argent, holding in his beak
a cross crosslet fitchee gules. Motto — " Fortior qui
vincit." Livery — Brown.
Son of Capt. John William Madden, 4th Regt.,
b. 1829 ; d. 1875 ; m. 1855, Emily (d. 1920), d. of
John Busby of Kingstown, Dublin : —
Sir Charles Edward Madden, 1st Bart., of Kells, Kil-
kenny (7 Oct. 1919), G.C.B., G.C.V.O., K.C.M.G., D.C.L.,
LL.D., Adm. of the Fleet, Grand Officer of Legion of
Honour, and of Crown of Belgium, Commander of
Mil. Order of Savoy (Italy), and St. Anne (Russia) ;
has Croix de Guerre (France), and Grand Cordon of
Rising Sun (Japan) 'Supporters (H. Coll.) — On either
side a sailor of H.M.S. Queen Elizabeth, that on the
dexter side in landing party dress]; b. 1862 ; m. 1905,
Constance Winifred, d. of Sir Charles Cayzer, 1st Bart. ;
and has issue — Charles Edward Madden, Esq., b. 1906 ;
John Wilmot Madden, Esq., b. 1916 ; Con [m. 1929',
Neil Brodie Henderson, Esq.] ; Joan ; Hope ; Mary
Elizabeth. Seat — ■ Broadstone, Forest Row, Sussex.
Club — United Service.
MADDEN (U.0. 1839.) Sable, a falcon or, belled gules,
preying on a mallard argent, on a chief indented of the
second a cross bottony of the third. Mantling sable and
or. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet gules, a falcon
rising or, holding in the beak a cross bottony as in
the arms. Motto — " Propria virtute audax."
Sons of Frederick William Madden, Esq., b. 1839;
d. 1904 ; m. i860, Elizabeth Sarah, d. of the late
John Rannie, Esq., of Portsmouth : —
Frederic Henry Madden, Esq., b. 1864 ; m. 1902,
Kathleen Maud Angela, d. of the late George Matthews
Tapp, of H.M.'s War Office; and has issue — Frederick
Allan Valentine Madden. Esq., b. 1904. Res. — 53
Drayton Gardens, S.W.10.
William John Madden, Gentleman, b. 1866. Address —
Edwards' Hotel, Cape Town.
MADDEN (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, a falcon
seizing a mallard argent, on a chief or, a cross bottonne'e
gules (Madden, 1635 ) ; 2 and 3, or, a pile engrailed sable
Waterhouse). Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath ot the colours, a falcon with wings expanded argent.
membered or, holding in the talons a cross bottonnee gules.
Motto — "Fortior qui se vincit." Livery — Claret coat,
crimson lining, piping and collar, and waistcoat crimson.
Son of John Madden of Hilton Park, J. P. cos.
Monaghan, Fermanagh, Cavan, and Leitrim, D.L.
Monaghan (High Sheriff 1864) and Fermanagh (High
Sheriff 1859), b. 1836 ; d. 1902 ; m. 1864, Lady Caroline
Clements (d. 1914), sister of 4th Earl of Leitrim : —
Lt.-Col. John Clements Waterhouse Madden, J. P. co.
Monaghan (High Sheriff 1906), D.L. and J. P. co.
Fermanagh (High Sheriff 1909), Barr.-at-Law( Inner Temple
and King's Inns), M.A. (Camb.), Lt.-Col. late comdg. 4th
Batt. Roy. Irish Fus., served Great War, b. 1870; m. 1908
Agnes Mary, d. of Sir William Henry Tate, Bart., of High
field, Woolton, Lancashire, and Bodrhyddan Hall
Rhuddlan, Flints. ; and has issue — John William Ryder
Madden, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; (2) Charles Samuel Madden,
Gentleman, b. 1915 ; and Cynthia Agnes. Seat— Hilton
Park, Clones, co. Monaghan. Clubs — Carlton.
Sons of Lt.-Col. Gerald Hugh Charles Madden, Irish
Guards and 3rd King's Own Hussars, b. 1872 ; d.
of wounds received in action 1915; m. 1901, Mabel
Lucy (17 Draycott Place, S.W.i), d. of Sir George
Macpherson Grant, Bart. : —
Brian John George Madden, Gentleman, b. 1908.
Dennis Gerald Madden, Gentleman, b. 1910.