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Sons of John Madden of Roslea Manor, J. P. and
D.L. co. Fermanagh (High Sheriff 1848), Lieut. 4iit
Regt., J.P. co. Monaghan (High Sheriff 1875), b. 1819 ;
d. 1903; m. 1847, Clara Elizabeth (d. i860), d. of
Rev. James Spencer Knox, D.D. : —
Walter Wilmot Madden, Gentleman, b. 1853 ; m. 1886,
Eleanor (d. 1925), d. of Charles Ferdinand Bischoff of
Woodlands, Wainku, N.Z. ; and has issue — (1) Arthur
Wilmot Madden, Gentleman, served Great War, b. 1892 ;
(2) Charles Beresford Madden, Gentleman, b. 1898 \m. 1926,
J; Eva Kathleen [m. 1911, John Francis Wilson];
Dora Christina [m. 1915, Reginald Wood, of Ellowsleyj ;
and Florence Josephine [m. 1916, — Cerson]. .S^ar— Roslea
Manor, Clones.

John Beresford Madden, Gentleman, b. 1855. Res. —
Aghafin, Clones.

Son of Rev. Wyndham Carlyon Madden, Rector of
Begh Upton, Norfolk, b. 1793; d. 1864; m. 2nd,
Charlotte (d. 1889), d. of Thomas Leeke of Longford
Hall, Newport, Salop : —
Rev. Wyndam Madden, Rector of Longford, b. 1849;

vi. 1st, 1879, Annette (d. 1888), d. of Mitchell; 2nd,

1895, Evelyn, d. of Thomas Bather of Great Ness, Salop;
and has issue — Wyndham Ralph Carlyon Madden, Gentle-
man, b. 1899; Hester; Rachel; Mary Evelyn; and Mar-
jorje Constance.

Son of Lt.-Col. William Charles Frederick Madden,
late Somersetshire L.I., b. 1842; d. 1907; m. 1865,
Mary Stuart (d. 1877), d. of Henry Davidson : —
Richard Owen Madden, Gentleman, b. 1870. Res. —
Sons of Rev. George Charles Brownlow Madden, Vicar
of Armitage Bridge, M.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin ; b. 1846 ;
d. 1929 ; in. 1873, Margaret Emily, d. of Canon
Charles H. Hulbert, M.A. ; and has issue : —
Ion Travers Madden, Gentleman, b. 1874.
Charles Hulbert Madden, Gentleman, b. 1878 ; m. Anna,
d. of Joseph Collier, and has issue — Charles Joseph
Madden, Gentleman, b. 1902.

George Percival Madden, Gentleman, b. 1880.
Lacy Madden, Gentleman, b. 1884. Res. — 2 Norman
Avenue, Birkby, Huddersfield.

MADDEN (H. Coll., 1895)— Per pale sable and gules, a
falcon preying on a duck argent, on a chief or, a cross
bottony between two trefoils slipped gules. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
falcon, wings expanded argent, charged on the breast with a
trefoil slipped sable, and holding in the dexter claw a cross
bottony of the last. Motto — " Propria virtute audax."
Livery — Green, yellow collar and cuffs.

Only son of the Hon. Sir lohn Madden, Kt. Bachelor
(1893), K.C.M.G. (1894), G.C.M.G. (1906), B.A.,
LL.D. (Melbourne), D.C.L. and LL.D. (Oxon.),
Barrister-at-Law ; Minister of Justice, Victoria 1874
and 1876 ; Chancellor of Melbourne University ; Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria, 1893 ; Lieut.-
Gov. of Victoria, 1897, b. 1844; m. 1872, Gertrude
Frances, dau. of Francis John Sidney Stephen : —
Guy Ross Madden, Esq., M.B.C., LL.B. (Melb.), b. 1878.
Res. — Tansell Road, Break, Victoria.

MADEN (H. Coll., 2 April, 1914)- Gules, a falcon
preying upon a mallard or, a bordure argent, charged
with three roses of the first, barbed and seeded proper.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a falcon's head erased or, charged on the neck with a
lure gules. Motto — " Erectus non elatus."

Son of Sir John Henry Maden, Knt. Bach., b. 1862 ;

d. 1920; m. 1891, Alice, d. of Joshua Mellor, of

Lytham, Lanes. : —
Henry Maden, Esq. M.A. (Oxon.), Barrister-at-Law,
Middle Temple, b. 1892 ; m. 1923, Alice, d. of J.
Flatcher, of Holmfirth, Yorks. Res. — Roekliffe House,
Bacup, Lanes. Clubs — National Liberal, Oxford and

MADGE (H. Coll. ) Per chevron argent and azure, in
chief two towers sable, and in base a horse for.cene argent.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, issuant out of a mural crown sable, a dexter cubit
arm vested azure, cuffed or, holding in the hand proper a
pen fessewise gold. Motto — " Persevere."

Only son of Percy Frank Madge, Esq., b. 1871 ; d.

1914 ; m. 1891, Fanny Julia, d. of J. B. Lightbuin: —
Sir Frank William Madge, 2nd Bart., if St. Margaret's
Bay, Kent (26 May 1919), 6.1897; s. his grandfather 1927 ;
ft. 1922 Doris Annie, d. of J. Beal, of Wallington ; and
has issue — Betty ; and Pauline. Res. — Ranworth, Horley,

MAGAN (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a chevron
between three boars passant azure, tusked, hoofed, and
bristled or (Magan); 2 and 3, azure, on a bend between
two garbs or, a mitre gules (Tilson). Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a boar' s
head erased azure, tusked and bristled or. Motto
" Virtute et probitate."

Sons of Percy Magan, Esq., J.P. of O rreal, co.
Roscommon, b. 1828; d. 1903; m. 1865, Annie
Catherine, d. of Rev. Edward Richards: —

Percy Tilson Magan, Gentleman, b. 1867.

Arthur Tilson Shaen Magan, Esq.,C.M.G., Lt.-Col., late
R.A.S.C., b. 1880; m. 1906, Kathleen Jane, eldest d. of
Assheton Biddulph, Esq., M.F.H., of Moneyguyneen Birr,
King's Co ; and has issue — William Morgan Tilson Magan,
Gentleman, b. 1908 ; Francis Shaen Magan, Gentleman, b.
1918: AnnieSheelah ; VioletMary; and Maureen. Seat — ■
Levitstown, Mageney, co. Kildare. Club — Stephen's
Green (Dublin).

MAGENIS (Confn. U.O.). Vert, a lion rampant or, on
a chief argent, a dexter hand erect couped gules. Mantling:
vert and or. Crest — A boar passant proper. Motto —
" Sola salus servire Deo."

Son of Edward Cole Magenis, Gentleman, b. 1841 ; d.

1908; m. 1885, Cicely (d. 1894), d. of the late Joseph

Hornby Birley, Esq., J.P. , of Brookside, Newton-le-

Willows : —
The late Richard Henry Cole Magenis, Gentleman, of
Drumdoe, Boyle, co. Roscommon, Lieut. 3rd Batt. Reserve
R.I.R., b. 1888 ; killed in action 1914.

MAGENIS of Annvale, co. Down (R.L., 3 Nov. 1840).
Vert, a lion rampant or, armed and langued gules, on a
chief argent, a dexter hand erect, couped at the wrist of
the third, above it a cross pat£e azure. Mantling vert
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a boar passant
proper, charged with a cross patee gules.

Son of George Magenis (formerly Vaughan) of
Ringolish, co. Down, b. ; d. ; m , Sally
Anne, ouly d. of Robert Henry Echlin Magenis cf
Annvale, co. Down : —
Ralph Boyd Vaughan Magenis, Gentleman, b


MAGILL (U.O.) Per chevron gnes and azure, on a
chevron or, between three peewits volant argent, an annulet
of the first between two of the second. Mantling gules and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a peewit close argent,
standing on an annulet gules. Motto — " Spectemur

Son ot Rev. John Magill, formerly Incumbent of
Iniskeen and Kilanny, b. ; tn : —

Capt. Rupert Magill, late Royal Dublin Fusiliers, b.
A ddress —

MAGNAY (H. Coll.). Ermine, fretty gules, on a
chief per pale of the second and azure, a sword proper,
pommel and hilt or, surmounting a key saltirewise, the
wards upwards gold, interlaced with the collar of the Lord
Mayor of the City of London between two leopards' faces
erminois. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a lion rampant sable, billeted erminois,
murally crowned, gorged with a chain reflexed over the
back, and holding between the forepaws a leopard's face or.
Motto — " Magna est Veritas."

Only surv. son of Sir William Magnay, 2nd Bart. , b.

1855; d. 1917; m. 1879, Margaret Susannah, d. of

Matthew Soulsby : —




Sir Christopher Boyd William Magnay, 3rd Bart. (8 Nov.
1844), M.C., late Capt. 4th Hus?ars, Major Norfolk Yeo.,
served Great War 1914-18, b. 1884 ; tn. 1925, Winifred
Madeline, d. of the late Rt. Hon. Arthur Jeffreys, PC.,
and widow of Major Chandos Leigh, D.S.O., K O.S.B.
Res. — Milford Lodge, Lymington, Hants. ; Saxham Hall,
Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk. Club — Naval and Military.

MAGNUS of Tangley-Hill (H. Coll., 16 Aug. 1917).
Bendy of six gules and vert, on a fesse or, an open book
proper between two martlets sable. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a magnolia-tree flowered proper. Motto —
" Fide et labore."

Son of Jacob Magnus, of Chatham, b. 1805; d. 1888;

tn. 1837, Caroline, d. of Joel Barnett : —
Sir Philip Magnus, 1st Bart. (1917), Knight Bach.
(1886), J. P. Surrey, M.P. University of London 1906 22
b. 1842 ; tn. 1870, Katie (d. 1924), d. of E. Emanuel,
Esq., J.P., of Southsea ; and has issue — Laurie Magnus,
Esq., M.A. Oxford, Major Royal Defence Corps, b. 1872
[tn. 1903, Dora Marian, d. of Sir Isidore Spielman, C.M.G.,
and has issue — Philip Montefiore Magnus, Esq., b. 1906 ;
Hilary Barrow Magnus, Esq., b. 1909 ; Jessie Dora ;
Pamela Lucy ; Ruth Emily (Res. — 34 Cambridge
Square W. 2. Clubs — A thenajum, Carlton)] ; Lucy Amy
[tn. 1 89 1, Frederic Franklin (d. 1918), of 44 Lancaster
Gate, W., and Elcot, Sheringham ; and has issue]. Res.
— Tangley Hill, Chilworth, Surrey. Clubs — Carlton,
Athenaeum, County (Guildford).

MAGUTH (H. Coll.), Argent, on a pale azure, between
two thistles leaved and slipped proper, a torch erect or,
tired also proper. Mantling* azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a thistle as in the arms,
between two wings vair.
Son of : —

Rev. Stephen Shepherd Maguth, M.A., b. . Res.—

44 Maids' Causeway, Cambridge.

ford, late Capt. 7th Dragoon Guards. Born 1847, being
the son of the late John Maher, Esq., of Ballinkeele, J. P.
and D.L., High Sheriff 1853, and M.P. forco. Wexford, by
his wife Louisa Catherine, dau. of George Bourke O' Kelly,
Esq. , of Acton House, Middlesex. Armorial bearings —
Azure, two lions rampant combatant or, supporting a sword
in pale proper, in base two crescents of the second. Mant-
ling azure and or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the
colours, on a mount vert, a hawk rising, belled and hooded
proper, on each wing a crescent or. Motto — " In periculis
audax." Seat — Ballinkeele, near Enniscorthy, co. Wexford.
Clubs — United Service, Stephen's Green (Dublin).


MAHON (U.O., 29 Sept. 1818). Per fesse sable and
argent, an ostrich counterchanged, in the beak a horse-shoe
or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a dexter arm embowed in armour proper,
garnished or, the gauntlet grasping a wavy sword. Motto
— " Moniti meliora sequamur."

Sons of Sir William Henry Mahon, 5th Bart., of

Castlegar, D.S.O., J. P. and D.L, co. Galwav (High

Sheriff 1898), J. P. West Rdg. Yorks., Lt-Col. 4th

Batt. West Yorks. Regt., b. 1856; d. 1926: tn. 1905,

Hon. Edith Dillon, d. of Lord Clonbrock : —

Sir George Edward John Mahon, 6th Bart. (14 April

1 819), of Castlegar, co. Galway, b. 1911. Seat — Castlegar,

Ahascragh, co. Galway.

Luke Bryan Arthur Mahon, Esq., b. 1916.

Sons of Rev. Sir William Vesey Ross Mahon, 4th

Bart., b. 1813; d. 1893; m. 1853, Jane, d. of Rev.

Henry King of Ballylin, King's Co. : —

John FitzGerald Mahon, Esq., b. 1858; tn. 1898, Lady

Alice Evelyn Browne, d. of 5th Marquess of Sligo ; and

has issue —John Denis Mahon, Gentleman, b. 1910. Res.

33 Cadogan Square, S.W. Club — Carlton.

Edward Mahon, Esq., b. 1862; tn. 1911, Lilette, d. of
late James Rebbeck of Victoria, B.C. ; and has issue-
Bryan Edward Mahon, Gentleman, b. 1913. Res. — 1001
Seaton Street, Vancouver City, British Columbia.

Gilbert Mahon, Esq., b. 1865; m. 1895, Fanny, d. of
John Blakeney of Abbert, co. Galway. Res. — 15 Lincoln
House, Basil Street, S.W.

Son of John Denis Fitzjames Ker Mahon, Esq., J. P.,

of Ballydonelan Castle, b. 1819 ; d. 1900; m. 1850,
Harriet Salisbury, d. of Capt. John Dillon, J. P. : —
George Charles Ker Mahon, Esq., J. P., b. 1852; tn. 1st,

1889, Wilhelmina, only child of William Persse ; 2nd,

1906, Eila, d. of the late Lord Henry Cholmondeley. Res.

— 17 Rosary Gardens, S.W. Club — Royal St. George

Yacht (Kingstown).

MAHON. Or, a lion rampant azure, langued gules, a
martlet sable for difference. Mantling azure and or.
Crest —On a wreath of the colours, an heraldic tiger passant
holding in the dexter paw a broken tilting-spear all proper,
and charged on the shoulder with a martlet sable for
difference. Motto — " Buaidh go beace. "

Sons of Richard James Hartland Mahon, b. 1848; d.
1923; tn. 1872, Charlotte, d. of Maj.-Gen Henry Cole
Faulkner (d. 1893), of Castletown Castle, co. Carlow : —

Richard Faulkner Herbert Hartland Mahon, Esq., Capt.
(ret.) R.N. , b. 1874. Club— Junior United Service.

Marcus Charles James Hartland Mahon, Esq., D.S.O.,
Lt.-Col. late R.A., b. 1876 ; m. 1915, Violet L'Aigle, d. of
William L'Aigle Cole, of Otterbourne, Hants., and has
issue — Gillian. Res. — White House, Twy ford, Winchester.
Clubs — Junior United Service, Hampshire.

JOHN MOORE MAHONY, Esq., J.P. co. Kerry (High.
Sheriff 1875), late Lieut. Kerry Militia. Born 1841, being
the eldest surviving son of the late Daniel Mahony, Esq.,
J. P. , of Dunloe, High Sheriff of co. Kerry 1841 , by Frances,
fifth daughter of the late John Mahony of Point House,
Killarney (she died 1892). Armorial bearings — Quarterly,
1 and 4, or, a lion rampant azure ; 2. per pale argent
and gules, a lion rampant counterchanged ; 3. argent, a
chevron gules between three lizards in pale sable. Mant-
ling azure and or; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of
the colours, a naked arm embowed, the hand grasping a
sword flammant all proper. Motto — " Lasair romhuin
abuadh." Seat —

C.B.E., D.L. co. Wicklovv, J.P. for the cos. of Kerry and
Limerick, Barrister-at-Law, M.P. for North Meath 1886-
92, an Assistant Land Commissioner 1881-84. Born
June 9, 1850, being the younger son of the late Peirce
Kenifeck Mahony, Esq., J. P., of Kilmorna and Guns-
borough, High Sheriff of co. Kerry in 1844, by his wife
Jane, third dau. of Robert Gun Cuninghame, Esq. , D.L.„

of Mount Kennedy, co. Wicklow. Armorial bearings-
Quarterly, 1. or, a lion rampant azure; 2. per pale argent




and gules, a lion rampant counterchanged ; 3. argent, a
chevron gules, between three snakes erect wavy sable ; 4.
argent, a fesse gules, surmounted by a bendlet azure.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — Out of a coronet of nine
pearls an arm vambraced and embowed, the hand bare
grasping a sword proper, piercing a fleur-de-lys or. Motto
— " Lasair romhuin abuadh." Badge— The De Lacy knct.
Livery — Green, gilt buttons. Assumed the name of
O'Mahony by Deed Poll 1 900. Married, 1st, April 24, 1877,
Helen Louise (d. 1899), only dau. and heiress of the late
Maurice Collis, Esq. ; and has had Issue— (1) Peirce Gun
Mahony, Esq., Cork Herald of Arms of the Most Illus-
trious Order of St. Patrick 1905-10, b. 1878, d. 1914 [m.
1903, Ethel Tindal, d. of late John James Wright, M.D.,
of Malton, Yorks.] ; (2) Dermot Gun Mahony, Gentleman,
b. 1881 [m. 1913, Grace, fourth d. of the late James Ledger
Hill of Burford, Wilts., and Combe Grove, Bath]. He
married secondly, 1901, Alice Jane (d. 1906), eldest d. of
late Lt.-Col. Francis William Johnstone. Estate— Grange
Con and Mucklagh, both in co. Wicklow. Postal address —
Grange Con, co. Wicklow.


MAIN WARING of Over Peover (R.L., 9 May 1797).
Argent, two bars gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, an ass's head erased proper, the
halter or. Motto—" Levant si je puis."

Only son of Sir Philip Tatton Mainwaring, 4th Bart.,

b. 1838; d. 1906; m. 1875, Louisa Emily, d. of Rev.

George Pitt :—

Sir Harry Stapleton Mainwaring, 5th Bart. (26 May 1804),

J. P. Cheshire, Comdr. R.N.V.R., formerly comdg. Mersey

Div. RN.V.R., b. 1878 ; m. 1913, Generis Alma Windham,

eldest d. of Sir Richard H. Williams-Bulkeley, 12th Bart.,

and has issue— Diana Eina Claude ; and Sophie Kathleen

Mary. Seat— 10 Granville Place, W. Clubs — Arthur's,


Sons of William George Mainwaring, Esq., CLE.,

General, Indian Army, b. 1823 ; d. 1905; m. 1st, 1865,

Ellen (d. 1893), d. of Capt. B. Hames ; 2nd, 1898,

Mary Winifred, d. of Ray Challis : —

Arthur Mainwaring, Esq., Lt.-Col. late comdg. 2nd Roy.

Dublin Fusiliers, b, 1864; m. 1912, Clarice, d. of G. Hay.

Res. — Pcunsley Mill, Blackboys, Sussex.

Guy Mainwaring, Gentleman, £.1867. Res. — 92 Luxwood
Road, S.W.

Ernest Charles Mainwaring, Gentleman, b. 1876; m.
1927, Caroline, d. of Charles Edwa'd Kesler, of Brooklyn,
New York ; and has is=ue — Frances. Res. — 113 Leeside
Crescent, GoldersGieen, N.W. 11.

Eric Mainwaring, Gentleman, b. 1901. Address — 26
Inglis Road, Ealing.

MAINWARING of Over Peover, Cheshire ; Whitmore,
Staffs.; and Oteley, Salop (Vns. 1580, 1623; Arms in
use temp. Ric. II.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, two bars
gules (Mainwairing) ; 2 and 3, gules, a scythe argent
(Praers). Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, an ass's head erased proper, collared
or. Motto — ' ' Devant si je puis."

Sons of Rev. Charles Henry Mainwaring, Rector of
Whitmore, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1819 ; d. 1878; m. 1847,
Jane, d. of Rev. Sir Henry Delves Broughton, 8th
Bart. :—
Gerald Mainwaring, Gentleman, b. 1854. Res. —
Rev. Percy Edward Mainwaring, M.A., Rector of Whit-
more, Newcastle-under-Lyme, b. 1857 ; m. 1912, Beatrice
Jessie, d. of Rev. J. Stapleton Cotton, Vicar of Audlem.
Res. — Whitmore Rectory, Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Yr. sons of Rr.-Adm. Rowland Mainwaring, R.N. ,

J. P., D.L., of Whitmore Hall, b. 1783; d. 1862;

m. 3rd, 1836, Laura Maria Julia Walberga, only child

of Florian Chevillard : —

Capt. Karl Heinrich Augustus Mainwaring, R.N., m.

1876, Florence Maud, d. of Henry Foley of Wistow Manor,

Hunts. Res. —

Frederick Mainwaring, Gentleman, b. 1844 ; m. 1874,
Ada Blundell ; and has surv issue — May. Res. —

Mainwaring of Oteley, Shropshire. Quarterly, 1.
Mainwaring as above ; 2. Praers as above ; 3. argent, a
lion rampant sable (Kynaston, Vn. Salop, 1623) ; 4. argenti
a chevron engrailed between three mullets pierced sable
(Kynaston); 5. gules, on a chevron or, three mullets sable
(Frankton) ; 6. argent, on a chief or, a raven sable (Hoord) ;

7. gules, a lion passant guardant, cowarded or (Edward ad
Morgan) ; 8. argent, on a bend azure, three cat-garbs or

(Oteley); 9. or, three bendlets sable (Maveisin) ; 10. gules,
on a chevron between three leopards' faces or, as many
mullets sable ( Perle). Mantling as above. Crest — Out of a
ducal coronet or, an ass's head proper bridled argent.
Motto as above.

Sons of Salusbury Kynaston Mainwaring, Esq., J. P.
and D.L. co. Salop (High Sheriff 1870), of Oteley Park,
Salop, b. 1844 ; d. 1895 ; m. 1869, Edith Sarah, d. of
Sir Hugh Williams, 3rd Bart. : —
Charles Francis Kynaston Mainwaring, Esq., J. P. (High
Sheriff 1907), Hon. Major 3rd Batt. Oxfordshire Lt. Inf., b.
1871 ; m. 1903, Mary Sybil, O.B. E. , third d. of Sir James
Rankin, Bart., M.P. , of Bryngwyn, Hereford; and has
surv. issue — Mark Kynaston Mainwaring, Gentleman, b.
1919 ; Anne Kynaston ; Ruth Kynaston ; Priscilla Kynas-
ton ; and Joan Kynaston. Estates — Oteley. Post. add. —
Oteley, Ellesmere. Club — Jun. Carlton.

Watkin Randle Kynaston Mainwaring, Esq., C.B. E. ,
J. P., D.L. co. Flint, Lt.-Col. late Denbigh Hussars
Yeo. , b. 1875 ; m. 1903, Violet, d. of Sir Albert de Rutzen ;
and has issue — Hugh Salusbury Kynaston Mainwaring,
Gentleman, b. 1906; and Elizabeth Frances Kynaston.
Res.— Hafod-y-Coed, St. Asaph, North Wales. Club —
Jun. Carlton.

Son of Charles Salusbury Mainwaring, Esq., V.D. ,
M.A., J. P. and D.L. (High Sheriff 1912) co. Denbigh,
J. P. cos. Merioneth and Carnarvon, Col. 1st V.B.
R. Welsh Fusiliers, b. 1845 ; d. 1920 ; m. 1901 , Gertrude,
d. of Thomas Loverock : —
Randle Kynaston Lloyd Salusbury Mainwaring, Gentle-
man, b. 1905. Seat — Galltfaenan, Trefnant, N. Wales.

WARING-ELLERKER-ONSLOW, Esquire, of Ingleby,
Wimborne Road, Bournemouth. Born May 31, 1848, being
the eldest son of the late Arthur Edward Onslow, Esq.,
Lieut. -Col. late Scots Fusilier Guards (grandson of the 2nd
Earl of Onslow), by his wife Margaret Anne (d. 1892), second
dau. of Edward Ferrers, Esq., of Baddesley Clinton, by
his wife Lady Harriet ; he assumed the additional surnames
and arms of Mainwaring and Ellerker by Royal Licence,
March 2, 1898. Armorial bearings Quarterly of 8,
quarterly i. and iiii., argent, a fesse gules between six
Cornish choughs proper (for Onslow) ; ii., azure, a fret and
chief argent, a canton of the first for distinction (for Ellerker) ;
iii., argent, two bars gules (for Mainwaring) ; 2. gules, seven
mascles conjoined, three, three and one, or, a canton ermine
(for Ferrers of Groby) ; 3. azure, a chevron ermine between
three escallops argent (for Townshend) ; 4. sable, a lion
passant guardant or, between three esquires' helmets argent
(for Compton) ; 5. paly of six or and azure, a canton




ermine (tor Shirley); 6. argent, a fesse gules, in chief three
torteaux (for Devereux) ; 7. argent, a cross engrailed
gules, between four water-bougets sable (for Bourchier) ;
8. quarterly i. and iiii., azure, three fleurs-de-lys or (for
France); ii. and iii., gules, three lions passant guardant
in pale or (for England), all within a bordure argent
<(for Thomas Plantagenet of Woodstock, Duke of
Gloucester, son of King Edward III.). Mantling
gules and argent. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the
colours, an eagle sable, preying on a partridge or (for
Onslow) ; 2. (on the dexter side) a dolphin hauriant and a

— Upon a wreath of his liveries, a lion sejant affronte* gules,
ducally crowned proper, holding in the dexter paw a sword
of the last, pommel and hilt or, in the sinister a fleur-de-lis
azure. Supporters — Two eagles, wings expanded proper.
Motto — " Consilio et animis."

Eld. son of Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick Henry Maitland,
13th Earl of Lauderdale, Lieut. -Col. Bengal Staff
Corps, formerly in the 8th and 4th Hussars, D.L. cos.
Haddington and Berwick, late Capt. Lothian and
Berwickshire Yeo. Cav., /;. 1840; d. 1924 ; m. 1st, 1864,
Charlotte Sarah (d. 1879), d. of Lieut. -Col. B. W. A,

sea-dragon or, emitting flames of fire proper, embowed and
addorsed, and enfiled by a ducal coronet, charged (for
distinction) with a roundel counterchanged (for Ellerker) ;
3. (on the sinister side) out of a ducal coronet or, an ass's
head proper (for Mainwaring). Motto — " Festina lente."
Livery — Red and white. Married, Oct. 31, 1876, Amelia
Tolson, dau. of Frederick Roger Carter; and died 1927.
leaving Issue— (1) Arthur Guildford Mainwaring- Ellerker-
Onslow, Gentleman, b. July 8, 1888 [m. 1914, Helene Marie,
d. of Reuben Burgess of Bcurnemouth] ; Arabella Vere
Gwendolen ; and Minnie Margaret Matilda [m. 1914,
Sidney Victor Webb Perkins, and has issue].


MAITLAND (L.O., c. 1672^7). Or, a lion rampant
d6chauss£ within a double tressure flory-counterflory of
fleurs-de-lis azure. Mantling gules, doubled ermine. Crest

Sleigh, 77th Regt. ; 2nd, 1883, Ada Twyford, d. cf the
late Rev. H. T. Simpson, Rector of Adel, Yorks. : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick Colin Maitland, O.B.E., 14th Earl
of Lauderdale, Vise, of Lauderdale (14 March 1624), Vise.
Maitland (2 April 1616), and Lord Thirlstane and Boulton
in Scotland (1590), and a Baronet of Nova Scotia (18 Nov.
1680), Col. late Comdg. City of London (Rough Riders) Imp.
Yeo., Brigadier Royal Company of Archers (King's Body-
guard for Scotland), Member of H.M.'s Hon. Corps of
Gentlemen-at-Arms, late Lieut. Scots Gds., and Royal Scots
Greys, J-P. and D.L. co. Berwick, served with Imp. Yeo.
in S. Africa 1900 (ment. desp.), and Great War, as Lt.-Col.
3rd Batt. Roy. Fus. , and Lt.-Col. comdg. 3rd Garrison
Batt. Northumb. Fus., b. 1868 ; m. 1890, Gwendoline Lucy,
d. of the late Judge R. Vaughan Williams of Bodlonfa,
Flintshire; and has surv. issue — Ian Colin Maitland,
commonly called Lord Thirlestane and Boltoun, Capt.
23rd Batt. Q.O. Cameron Highlanders, b. 1891 [m. 1912,





Ethel Mary (Ivy), elder d. of James Jardine Bell-Irving
of Makerstoun, Kelso; and has issue — Hon. Ivor Colin
James Maitland, £. 1915 ; and Hon. Sylvia Gwendoline Eva.
(Res.— 7 Grosvenor Crescent, S.W.)]. Seat — Thirlestane
Castle, co. Berwick. Town res. — 1 Great Cumberland
Place, W.i. Clubs — Naval and Military, New (Edinburgh).

MAITLAND (L.O. 1673, rematric. 24 Nov. 1924). Or,
a lion rampant couped in all the joints gules, within a
bordure wavy and quarterly azure, and of the second,

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