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4 daus. Res. — Tan-y-Marian, Abbey Road, Llandudno.

MALLINSON (H. Coll.). Per chevron or and gules,
in chief two frets sable, and in base a lion rampant of
the first. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, in front of a cubit arm in armour, the hand
proper grasping a crescent sable, a fret or. Motto —
" Adjuvante Deo."

Son of George Mallinson, of Hoyle House, Almond-
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Sir Dyson Mallinson, Knt.-Bach. (1921), 6.1852 ; m. ist,
1881, Elizabeth Annie (d. 18 — ), d. of Christopher Brace-
well, of Earby, Yorks. ; 2nd, 1889, Helena Jane, d. of
John Kelly, of Danehurst, Birkdale. Res. — Hazeldine,
Birkdale, Lanes. Club — Conservative.

MALLINSON (H. Coll.). Ermine, three pallets gules,
in chief two crescents or, and in base an acorn leaved and
slipped proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On
a wreath argent and gules, a cubit arm, the hand grasping
a stock of a tree, snagged and eradicated proper. Motto
— " Inde quercus."

Son of John Mallinson, of Forest Gate : —

William Mallinson, Esq., J. P. Essex, b. 1854 ; m. 1878,
Amelia Louisa, d. of Henry Tucker, of Plumstead ; and
has issue — William James Mallinson, Esq., J. P., D.L.
Surrey, b. 1879 [m. 1906, Mabel, d. of W. Rush, of
Tunbridge Wells; and has issue — 1 son (Res. — The
Grange, Hackbridge, Surrey)]. Res. — The Limes
Walthamstow, E.17.

MALLOCK of Cockington (Vn. Devonshire i6ao, H.
Coll.). Per chevron engrailed or and sable, in chief two
pellets, each charged with a fleur-de-lys of the first, and in
base a bezant charged with a fleur-de-lys of the second.
Mantling sable and or. Crest— Upon a wreath of the
colours, a cubit arm erect, vested or, thereon two bendt
wavy sable, in the hand proper a mallet or. Motto — " Die
quid dicere fas est."

Sons of Major Charles Herbert Mallock, J. P. , C.C. , of
Cockington Court, b. 1878 ; d. 1917 ; m. 1906,
Margaret Iris, fourth d. of John Bazley- White, late
M.P. , of Wierton Grange, near Maidstone : —
Richard Herbert Mallock, Gentleman, b. 1907. Seat —
Cockington Court, Torquay, Devon.
John Rawlyn Charles Mallock, Gentleman, b. 1909.
Christopher Courtenay Mallock, Gentleman, b. 191 2.
Sons of Richard Mallock, Esq., of Cockington Court,
co. Devon, J. P. and D.L. , formerly Lieut. R.A. , M.P.
for Devon, Torquay Division, 1886-95, b. 1843 '< d.
1900; m. ist, 1876, Mary Jones, d. of Thomas Ashton
Hodgson Dickson of Liverpool; 2nd, 1880, Elizabeth
Emily, d. of George Maconchy of Rathmore, co. Long-
ford, and Corrihagh, Torquay: —
Roger Champernowne Mallock, Gentleman, b. 1881.
Res.—

Rawlyn Richard Maconchy Mallock, Gentleman, b. 1885
Res.—

MALMESBURY, Earl of, see HARRIS.

MALONE, see L'ESTRANGE-MALONE.

MALONE (U.O.) Vert, a lion rampant between three
mullets argent. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a man in armour, spear in hand rest-
ing on the ground all proper, on the sinister arm a round
shield or. Motto — " Fidelis ad urnam."

Sons of Col. John Richard Malone, of Baronstown, J. P.

and D.L., late 12th Lancers, late Col. comdg. 6th

Batt. Rifle Brigade, b, 1846; d. 1926; m. ist, 1872

(div. 1892), Hon. Charlotte Mildred Yarde-Buller, sister

of 2nd Lord Churston ; 2nd, 1893, Catherine Cecil,

d. of Major J. W. Percy, late Norfolk Regt.: —

Victor Mildred Charles Malone, Gentleman, b. 1881.

Seats — Baronstown, Ballinacargy, Mullingar ; Shinglass,

Ballymore, Moate, co. Westmeath.

Henry Anthony Percy Malone, Gentleman, b. 1894.
Son of Rev. Richard Malone. M.A., b. 1820 ; d. 1908 ;
m. 1849, Jane Wilmot, d. of Gen. Robyns, K.H., of
Penzance : —
Lt.-Col. Cecil Richard Robyns Malone, J. P. Cornwall,
late Worcester Regt., b. 1859; m. 1892, Nora, eldest d.
of late S. T. G. Downing, Esq., J. P., D.L., Barrister-
at-Law; and has had issue — (1) Edmond Cecil Downing
Malone, Gentleman, b. 1894; (2) Brian Wilmot L'Estrange
Malone, Gentleman, b. 1896; killed in action 1916. Seat
— Trevayler, Penzance. Club — Naval and Military.

Sons of Lt.-Col. Anthony Malone, late R M.L.I. , b.

1836; d. 1926; m. 2nd, 1869, Eliza Carter (d. 1909),

elder d. of Sir William C. Hoffmeister of Clifton House,

Cowes, Isle of Wight: —

Robert Joseph Gee Malone, Gentleman, b. 1871. Res.—

Henry L'Estrange Malone, Gentleman, b. 1873 ; m.

1901, Ethel Gertrude, d. of H. R. Vincent of Jacobstowe,



Devon ; and has had issue — ( 1 ) Anthony Vincent L'Estrange,
Malone, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; d. ; (2) Richard Vincent

L'Estrange Malone, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; and Iris. Res. —

MAN of Halstead, Kent (H. Coll.). Or, a fesse invected
ermines, between in chief two lions rampant, and in base a
goat passant all sable. Mantling sable and or. Crest —




On a wreath of the colours, issuant out of the battlements
of a tower encircled by a garland of oak-leaves fructed, an
arm in armour embowed, the hand grasping the halves of
a tilting-spear all proper. Motto — " Vir semper."

Sons of Edward Garnet Man, Esq., Barrister-at-Law,
J. P. cos. Surrey and Kent, b. 1837 ; d. 1920 ; m. 1867,
Catherine, d. of James Matthews of Manchester
Square : —

Edward James Fowle Garnet Man, Gentleman, Member
of the Benenden Parish Council, and late of the Folkestone
Town Council, b. 1869 ; m. 1902, Beatrice Angela, d. of
Rev. J. M'Bride Crofts; and has issue — (1) Lionel Garnet
Man, Lieut. Indian Army, b. 1903 ; (2) John Henry Garnet
Man, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; and Catherine Mary Felicity.
Seats— Halstead Hall, Sevenoaks ; Clevelands, Benenden,
Kent.

Harry Morgan Stowe Man, Gentleman, b. 1875.

Col. Hubert William Man, C.B.E., D.S.O., R.A.O.C,
b. 1876 ; m. 1906, Beryl, d. of Col. T. N. Holberton, R.H.A.

Rev. Morrice Lionel Man, b, 1877 ; m. 1906, Dora, d. of
Alfred Lucas. Res. — The Vicarage, Tenterden, Kent.

MANBY-COLEGRAVE. Argent, two bars gules, each
charged with as many crescents or, between three
pheons of the second. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, an ostrich feather
erect azure, and two arrows in saltire or, barbed and
flighted argent, banded by a mural crown gules. Motto
— " Fidei constans."

Only son of Thomas Manby-Colegrave, Gentleman,
b. 1847 ; d. ; by his 2nd wife, m. 1882, Alice,

d. of Frederick Cayley Worsley : —
Gerard Thomas Manby-Colegrave, Gentleman, b.
1886. Res.—

MANBEY (R.L., H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4,
erminois, a lion rampant, resting the fore-paws on an
anchor erect sable, within an orle of eight escallops gules
(Manbey) ; 2 and 3, azure, two barrulets argent, between
two eagles' heads erased in chief and a garb in base or,
in the fesse point three roses of the second, barbed and
seeded proper (Jacklyn, April 30, 1821), and claim to



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Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of an




anchor in bend sable, an arm in armour erect, couped
at the elbow proper, charged with an escallop gules,
and holding in the hand a dagger in bend sinister also
proper. Motto — " Fidelis exsulatas."

Sons of William John de Manbey (formerly Manbey),
Gentleman, of Brandon, in the Province of Manitoba,
eldest son of the late George Manbey [who assumed by
Royal Licence the name and arms of Manbey in lieu of
those of Tidy], Esq. , of Acton, co. Middlesex, formerly of
Drummondville, Quebec, b. 1859 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1880,
May Elizabeth Antoinette, eldest daughter and co-h.
of the late Francis William Breach of Shanklin, Isle
of Wight, and of Los Alamos, Sonora, Mexico : —
Wilfrid Nigel Barnwell de Grandville de Manbey, Gentle-
man, b. Nov. 28, 1891 ; m. 1918, Marie de Marsh. Res.—
Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Anthony Raoul St. Amand d'Estoteville de Manbey,
Gentleman, b. June 13, 1896. Res. — 3614 Dwedney Avenue,
Regina, Sask. , Canada.

Sons of the Rev. George Henley Manbey (second son

of George Manbey, see above. Motto — " Ne tentes

aut perfice), M. A. Oxon. , formerly Vicar of St. Alban's,

Acton, co. Middlesex, b. ; d. 1924; tn. 1879,

Mary, dau. and co-heiress of the late William Thomas,

M. A. , of the Tower of London : —

Alban Henley Olaf de Manbey (formerly Manbey), Esq.,

M.C. with two Bars, Major (has by Deed- Poll

assumed the name of de Manbey), b. 1881 ; m. 1906,

Catherine Isabella, eld. dau. of Capt. Robert Ward,

3rd Dragoon Guards. Res. — Winterdale Manor, Althorne,

Essex.

Capt. Percy Harper Manbey, Res. of Officers, B.A., b.
1884. Res. — 60 Boscombe Road, Southend-on-Sea.

Bernard Frederick Manbey, Gentleman, b. 1886; tn.
1914, Mary Alice Stranger, only d. of John Stranger Cole,
of Nottingham, and has issue — David John Stranger
Manbey, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; and Sylvia Mary. Res. —
625 San Miguel Way, Sacramento, California, U.S.A.

Capt. Basil Keble Manbey, b. 1888 ; m. Mary Richard-
son, and has issue — 1 dau. Res. —

MANCHESTER, Duke of, see MONTAGU.

MANDER (H. Coll.). Gules, on a pile invected ermi-
nois, three annulets interlaced, two and one, of the field.
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a demi-lion couped ermine, holding in the paws
two annulets interlaced fessewise gules, between two buffalo-
horns of the last. Motto — "Vive bene." Livery — Blue,
yellow facings, brass buttons.

Eld. son of Charles Benjamin Mander, Esq., J. P., of



The Mount, Wolverhampton, d. 1878; tn. 1st, 1850,
Sophia, d. of John Weaver, M.R.C.S., of Chester : —
Sir Charles Tertius Mander, 1st Bart. (8 July 1911), J. P.
and D.L. Staffs. (High Sheriff 1903-4), J. P. Wolverhamp-
ton (Mayor 1892-6), Lt.-Col, (ret.) Staffs. Imp. Yeom. , M.A.
(Camb. ), b. 1852; tn. 1882, Mary Le Mesurier, d. of
Henry Nicholas Paint of Halifax, Nova Scotia, M.P. in
the Dominion Pari. ; and has issue — (1) Charles Arthur
Mander, Esq., B.A. (Camb.), late Major Staffs. Yeo. , J. P.
and (1926) High Sheriff Staffs., b. 1884 [tn. 1913, Monica
Claire Cotterill, yst. d. of the late George Harding Neame
of Egerton Terrace, and has issue — Charles Marcus Mander,
Esq., b. 1921 ; Ann Marietta; and Carinthia Jill (Res. —
Kilsall Hall, Shifnal, Salop)] ; (2) Gerald Poynton Mander,
Esq., B.A. (Camb.), F.S.A. , b. 1885 [tn. 1913, Nancy
Steward, second d. of late Lt.-Col. R. H. Hargreaves of
Knightley Grange, co. Stafford ; and has issue — Philip Fitz-
Gerald Mander, Gentleman, b. 1915; Catherine Daphne ;
and Hilary Nancy (Res. — The Dippons, Compton, Wolver-
hampton)] ; and Daisy St. Clair. Seat — The Mount,
Wolverhampton. Clubs — United University, Cavalry,
Constitutional.

Sons of Alderman Samuel Theodore Mander, B.A. ,
J. P., of Wightwick Manor, b. 1853; d. 1900; tn. 1879,
Flora St. Clair, d. of Henry Nicholas Paint of Halifax,
Nova Scotia, M.P. in the Dominion Parliament : —
Geoffrey Le Mesurier Mander, Esq., J. P., High Sheriff
(1923) co. Stafford, M.A., B.A. (Camb.), Barrister-at-Law
Inner Temple, b. 1882 ; tn. 1906, Rosalind Florence, d.
of the late Frank Caverhill of Montreal, Canada; and
has issue — 1 son ; 2 daus. Seal — Wightwick Manor, nr.
Wolverhampton. Clubs — Reform, Eighty.
Lionel Mander, Gentleman, b. 1887. Res. —
Allan Mander, Gentleman, b. 1890. Res. —

Son of Benjamin Howard Mander, Gentleman (eld.
son of Samuel Small Mander — see below), b. 1861 ; d.
1912 ; m. 1892, Lilian, d. of G. H. Nelson, of
Warwick : —
Capt. Howard Vivian Mander, M.C, b. 1894; m. and
has issue— Lilian Brenda (Lady Hickman),

Yr. son of Samuel Small Mander of Wolverhampton.
b. 1820 ; d. 1887 ; tn. 1850 : —
Martin Bertram Mander, Gentleman, b. 1869. Res. in
New Zealand.

MANFIELD. Argent, on a fesse flory and counterflory,
between in chief two stags courant and in base a greyhound
also courant sable, three martlets of the field. Mantling




sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a
greyhound sable, collared gemel, charged on the body with
two fleurs-de-lys, and resting the dexter fore-paw on a fleur-
de-lys all argent.

Son of Jarnes Manfield, Esquire, J. P., b. 1856 ;*d. 1925 ;
tn. 1881, Louisa, d. of late Fred Bostock of North-
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Favell House, Northampton ; Park Cottage, Haynes Park,
Bedford. Res. — 4 Herbert Crescent, Sloane Street, S. W.i.

MANDLEBERG (H. Coll.)- Tierce in pairle reversed
argent, or and gules, first and second a rose of the third,
barbed and seeded proper, and third a lion passant of
the second. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, in front of a rose gules, barbed
seeded leaved and slipped proper, a martlet or. Motto
— " Cuiquam servire praepotens."

Son of Joseph Mandleberg, of Manchester, b. i860 : —

Sir Goodman Charles Mandleberg, Knt.-Bach. (1918),
J. P., b. i860 ; m. 1884, Anne, d. of Lewis Barnett ; and
has issue — Joseph Harold Mandleberg, Esq., F.C.S.,
b. 1886 [m. 1921, Jessie, d. of A. J. Entwisle, Esq., J. P., of
Roy House, Heaton, Bolton] ; Lennard Charles Mandle-
berg, Esq , D.S.O., M.C., Lieut. -Col. Lanes. Fusiliers,
b. 1893 [m. 1919, Marjorie Helen, d. of John Craig, of
Manchester (Res. — Taxal Edge, Whaley Bridge,
Cheshire)] ; and Doris Kathleen. Res. — Redclyffe,
Victoria Park, Manchester ; Grosvenor House, Park Lane,
W. Club— Carlton.

MAN1STY (1825). Gules, on a bend engrailed or,
between two open books argent, three eagles' heads erased
sable, a bordure of the second. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, an
estoile of six points or, thereon a dove argent, wings elevated
and addorsed, holding in the beak a scroll. Motto (below
the arms) — " Literas decus et solamen."

Sons of the late James Forster Manisty of Durban,
Natal, b. 1835; d. 1895; m. 2nd, 1865, Julia Warlnaby
of Leicester : —
Louis Manisty, Gentleman,*. ; m. , and has issue.

Res. — South Africa.

Charles Manisty, Gentleman, b. . Res. — South

Africa.

Sons of Henry Clayton Manisty, Gentleman, b. 1847;
d- 1921 ; m. 1871, Charlotte Ellen, eld. d. of Henry
William Fenwicke of Newcastle-on-Tyne : —
Henry Wilfred Eldon Manisty, Esq., C.B., C.M.G.,
Paymaster-Capt. R.N.,*. 1876; m. 19 11, Florence Hender-
son, d. of D. H. McCathie ; and has issue. Res, — Colling-
wood, South Hill, Harrow. Club — Junior United Service.
Herbert Clennell de Marie Manisty, Esq., b. 1881.
Club — Junior Constitutional.

Son of the late Henry Manisty, Esq., Solicitor: —
Edward Ashburner Manisty, Esq., b. ; m., and has

issue. Res.— 8 Upper Phillimore Gardens, W.8.

Son of the late Hon. Sir Henry Manisty of Thurland

Castle, Judge of the High Court, b. 1808 ; d. 1890 : —

Herbert Frances Manisty, Esq., K.C., Barrister-at-Law

(Inner Temple), b. 1854. Res. — 33 Hornton Street, W.8.

Chambers— 2 Hare Court, Temple, E.C. Club — Athenaeum.

MANN (U.O.). Or, on a chevron engrailed ermine,
between three lions rampant sable, a trefoil of the first.
Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, five spears proper, issuant from the top of a tower
or, the tower charged with a trefoil vert. Motto — " Virtus
vincit invidiam."

Son of William Henry Mann, Gentleman, M.A.,
LL.B. , b. 1856 ; d. 1897 ; m. 1882, Catherine Egerton
Dysart, d. of Samuel Ewing Porter of Burt, co.
Donegal : —
Lt.-Col. Deane Mann, b. 1884. Res. — Ladnam, Hill-
brow Road, Esher.

MANN (H. Coll., 1905). Argent, a chevron sable,
between in chief two crosses moline and in base an annulet
gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a demi-man in profile in armour proper, the
helmet adorned with four feathers argent, holding in the
dexter hand across as in the arms. Motto — "Homme
d'etat."

Yr. son of Thomas Mann of Thelveton Hall, co. Norfolk,

and of Roseneath House, Winchmore Hill, b. 1822;

d. 1886 ; m. 1846, Fanny, d. of Robert Spence of

Elvington, Yorks : —
Sir Edward Mann, 1st Bart. (29 Dec. 1905), J. P. and
(1909) High Sheriff Norfolk, first Mayor of Stepney, 1900-1
and 1901-2, b. 1854; m. 1882, Anna Jane, d. of Paul Bell
of Vale House, Stiffkey, Norfolk; and has had issue — (1)
Edward John Mann, Esq., B.A. Camb., Capt. 4th Batt.



Norfolk Regt., served Great War 1914-18, b. 1883; (2)
William Edgar Mann, Esq., D.S.O., Major R.F.A. , served.
Great War 1914-19 (despatches), b. 1885 [m. 1913, Sarah
Douglas, fourth d. of Col. Sir Alexander Sprot, 1st Bart.,
ofGarnkirk, Lanarkshire: and has issue — Edward Charles
Mann, Esq..*. 1918 ; Sarah Ann ; and Penelope Jane (A'es. —
The Lodge, Earl Soham, Framlingham, Suffolk)]; (3)
Francis Thomas Mann, Esq., Capt. late Scots Gds., served
Great War 1914-16 (despatches twice), b. 1888 [m. 1916,
Edith Agnes, d. of the late George Tilney, of 15 Cadogan
Place, and has issue — Francis George Mann, Esq. , b. 1917] ;
(4) Charles Julian Mann, Esq., Lieut. 14th Hussars, b. 1892 ;
killed in action 1918 ; and Fanny Julia. Estate — Thelveton
Hall, Scole, Norfolk. Club — Junior Carltcn.

The Late THOMAS ALFRED MANN, Gentleman.
Born Feb. 13, 1843, being the son of John Mann and Ann
his wife, ne'e Mawson. Armorial bearings — Per saltire
azure and erminois, on a fesse dovetailed between three
goats statant argent, as many annulets sable, and
impaling the arms of Elmhirst, namely, barry wavy of
six argent and sable, a canton paly of six of the same.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-
gryphon argent, guttle de-1'armes, three annulets interlaced
fessewise sable. Motto — " Per ardua stabilis." Livery —
Claret. Married, June 15, 1882, Mary Elizabeth, second
dau. of the late Rev. William Elmhirst of Elmhirst, near
Barnsley ; and had Issue — Frances Marjorie ; and Edith
Bridget. Residence— Round Green, near Barnsley.

MANN (L.O.). Or, a galley sails furled sable, flagged
gules, on a chief vert two barrulets argent, surmounted of
three maple leaves of the first. Mantling sable, doubied
or. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, an eagle displayed
sable. Motto — " Per mare per terras."

Son of the late Hugh Mann, Farmer, of Acton,

Toronto : —
Sir Donald Mann, Knt.-Bach. (191 1), Knt. of Grace of
the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, b. 1853 ;
m. 1887, Jennie, d. of W. Williams, of Winnipeg; and has
issue — 1 son. Res. — Fallingbrook, Kingston Road,
Toronto, Canada. Clubs — York (Toronto), Mount Royal
(Montreal), Union (Victoria), Rideau (Ottawa).

MANNERS. Or, two bars azure, a chief quarterly
azure and gules, in the 1st and 4th quarters two fleurs-
de-lys, in the 2nd and 3rd a lion passant guardant, all
or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a chapeau gules,
turned up ermine, a peacock in its pride proper.
Motto — " Pour y parvenir."

Only surv. son of 8th Duke of Rutland, K.G.,
b. 1852 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1882, Marion Margaret Violet,
d. of the late Col. the Hon. C. H. Lindsay, C.B. : —
The Most Noble John Henry Montagu Manners, 9th
Duke of Rutland, Marquess of Granby, co. Nottingham
(29 Mar. 1703), Earl of Rutland (18 June 1525), Baron
Manners, of Haddon, co. Derby, Baron Roos, of Belvoir,
co. Leicester [Supporters — On either side an unicorn
armed, unguled, maned and tufted or], Capt. (ret.) Leics.
Regt., b. 1886 ; s. his father 1925 ; m. 1916, Kathleen, d.
of Francis Tennant, of Lympne Castle, Kent ; and has
issue — Charles John Robert Manners, commonly called
Marquess of Granby, b. 1919 ; Lord John Manners, b.
1922; Lord Roger Manners, b. 1925; Lady Ursula
Isobel; Lady Isobel Violet Kathleen. Seats — Belvoir
Castle, Grantham ; Haddon Hall, Derby.

Son of 7th Duke of Rutland, K.G., P.C., b. 1818;
d. 1906 ; by 2nd wife, m. 1862, Janetta, d. of
Thomas Hughan, of Airds, Galloway :—
Lord Cecil Reginald John Manners, M.P. Leicester
1900-6, b. 1868. Club — Turf.

Son of Col. Lord George John Manners, b. 1820 ;

d. 1874 ; m. 1855, Ladv Adeliza, d. of 13th Duke of

Norfolk :—

Sir George Espec John Manners, Knt. Bach. (1920),

Capt. (ret.) Leics. Regt., B.A. (Trim Coll. Camb.), J. P.,

D.L., and (1915) High Sheriff, Suffolk, b. i860 ; m. 1884,

Anna Sophia, d. of the late George Gilstrap, of Winthorpe,

Newark. Res. — Fornham Park, Bury St. Edmund's ;

Little Haddon Hall, Woodbridge. Club — Carlton.

Manners. Arms as above. Supporters — On either
side an unicorn argent, armed, unguled, crined, and
tufted or, the dexter charged on the shoulder with a cross
flory azure, the sinister with a portcullis sable. Motto
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3rd Baron Manners, M.A. Camb., D.L., b. 1852 ;

d. 1927 ; m. 1885, Constance {d. 1920), d. of Col.

Henry Ramlyn Fane, M.P., of Clovelly, Devon : —
Rt. Hon. Francis Henry Manners, M.C., 4th Baron
Manners (20 April 1807), of Foston, Lines., Capt. (ret.)
G. Gds., b. 1897; m. 1921, Mary Edith Gascoyne-Cecil,
d. of the Bishop of Exeter ; and has issue — Hon. John
Robert Cecil Manners, b. 1923 ; Hon. Richard Neville
Manners, b. 1924 ; and Hon. Patricia Anne. Seat —
Avon Tyrrell, Christchurch, Hants. Town res. — 32
Cambridge Square, W.2.

MANNERS-SUTTON. Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a
canton sable (Sutton) ; 2 and 3, or, two bars azure,
a chief quarterly azure and gules, the 1st and 4th charged
with two fleurs-de-lys or, the 2nd and 3rd with a lion
passant regardant of the last. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a chapeau gules, turned up ermine,
a peacock in his pride proper. Supporters — On either side
an unicorn argent, armed, maned, tufted, and unguled
or ; around the neck of the dexter a chain of the last,
therefrom pendent an escutcheon azure, charged with a
mace erect of the second ; around the neck of the sinister
a like chain, therefrom pendent an escutcheon, also
azure, charged with a mitre. Motto — " Pour y parvenir."
Son of Hon. Graham Edward Henry Manners-
Sutton,&. 1843 ; d. 1888 ; m. 1867, Charlotte Laura,
d. of Lieut. -Col. Francis Astley, of Burgh Hall,
Norfolk :—
Rt. Hon. Charles Graham Manners-Sutton, 6th Vis-
count Canterbury, of Canterbury, Baron Bottesford, of
Bottesford, co. Leicester (10 Mar. 1835), J. P., D.L.,
Norfolk, Capt. (ret.) Submarine Miners R.E., b. 1872;
s. his cousin 1918 ; m. 1903, Ethelwyn, d. of the late
Charles Hindle. Seat — Bergh-Apton, Norfolk. Clubs —
Junior United Service, Norfolk and Suffolk Yacht.

MANNING-KIDD (R.L., H. Coll., 25 July 1913).
Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, three bundles of heather erect in
fesse proper, banded gules, on a chief vert, a crescent of
the field (for Kidd) ; 2 and 3, argent, a chevron between
three quatrefoils each encircled by an annulet gules (for




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Manning). Mantling gules and or. Crests — On a wreath
■of the colours, an arm embowed in armour, the hand
grasping a branch of mountain-ash fructed all proper



(for Kidd) ; and on a wreath of the colours, a stag's head

couped proper, charged with a quatrefoil encircled by an

annulet argent (for Manning). Motto — " Nihil timere."

Second son of James Kidd, Gentleman, of Lewes,

Sussex, b. 1824 ; d. 1874 ; m. 1854, Mary, d. of

Robert Davy, of Ringwood, Hants. : —

Samuel Manning Manning- Kidd (formerly Kidd),

Gentleman, b. 1858; assumed by R.L., 1913, the

additional surname and arms of Manning; m. 1919,

Margaret Mary May, d. of William Lamond, of Stranduff,

Pitmurchie, co. Aberdeen, and widow of Lt.-Col. Walter

Charles Farwell, LA. Res. — Oxenways, Membury,

Axminster, Devon. Club — Devon and Exeter.

MANNINGHAM-BULLER (R.L., 4 Jan. 1866, H.
Coll.). Quarterly, 1. quarterly, i. and iiii. , sable, on a cross
quarterly pierced argent, four eagles displayed of the field
(Buller); ii. and hi., sable, a fesse ermine, in chief three
griffins' heads erased or (Manningham) ; 2. the arms of
Yarde-Buller (R. L. , 13 Feb. i860), quarterly, i. and iiii.,
the same arms of Buller; ii. and iii., argent, a chev-
ron gules between three water-bougets sable (Yarde) ;
3. the arms of Buller- Yarde (R. L., 26 June 1800); 4. the
same arms of Buller ; 5. azure, a buck's head caboshed
argent, attired or (Trethurff of Trethurff, co. Cornwall) ;

6. quarterly, i. and iiii., or, three torteaux (Courtenay) ;
ii. and iii. or, a lion rampant azure (Redvers), over all a
label of three points azure (Courtenay, Earls of Devon) ;

7. azure, a bend or (Carminow) ; 8. argent, a chevron gules,
between three moorcocks sable, membered, wattled, and
jelloped of the second (Coode of Morval, Vn. Cornwall,
1620) ; 9. quarterly, argent and azure, in the first and fourth
quarters a lion rampant gules (Pollexfen); 10. argent, a
chevron sable (Trelawny) ; n. the same arms of Yarde ;



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