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John Charles Miller, Esq., b. 1880; m. 1910, Ellina, d.
of the late Julius Mendelson.

Sons of Major Thomas Edmund Miller, 12th Regt. , b.
1832; d. 1920; m. 1868, Katherine Margaret Douglas
(d. 1912) : —
Ernest Combe Miller, Esq., Comdr. R.N.R. ,£. 1872.
Thomas Valentine Miller, Gentleman, b. 1875. Res. —
Sons of George Miller, Esq., C.B. , late Assist. -Sec.
Educ. Dept., b. 1833; d. 1909; m. 1865, Mary Eliza-
beth (d. 1904), d. of late Rev. Peter Aubert in: —
Rev. John Combe Miller, Chaplain at Zurich, b. 1869 ; m.
Annie Louise (d. 1910), d. of late James Francis Maguire of
Melbourne, Australia. Res. — Zurich.

William Edmund Miller, Gentleman, b. 1872.

MILLER of Glenlee (L.O. , circa 1672-7 and 1788).
Argent, a cross moline azure, the base wavy vert, in chief
a lozenge between two mullets of the second. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a




dexter hand couped at the wrist, the two first ringers
pointing upwards proper. Supporters — On either side a
roebuck proper. Motto — " Manent optima coelo. "

Second son of Sir Thomas Macdonald Miller, 4th Bart. ,
b. 1846 ; d. 1875 ; tn. 1863, Isabella Freeman Seton,
d. of William Anderson : —
Sir William Frederic Miller, 5th Bart. (3 March, 1788),
formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. the Princess of Wales's Own
Yorkshire Regt. , served with Imp. Yeo. in South Africa
1900-1, and in Great War 1914-18 as Staff Capt. 17th
Corps, b. 1868 ; tn. 1890, Mary Augusta, d. of Charles
John Manning; and has had issue — (1) Frederic William
Joseph Macdonald Miller, Esq., Lieut. Gien. Guards, b.
1891, served with the Brit. Exped. Force and was killed in
action 23rd Oct. 1914 ; (2) Alastair George Lionel Joseph
Miller, Esq., Capt. late Irish Gds. , b. 1893 [w. Ist . I 9 I 9.
Kathleen (obtained a divorce 1926), yngr. d. of Major
Stephen Howard, C.B.E., M.P., of The Moat, Upend,
Newmarket, and has issue — Frederick William Mac-
Donald Miller, Esq., b. 1920; 2nd, 1927, Margaret, d.
of Frederick Shotter, and has issue — Pamela (Club —
Guards'); and Cynthia Mary Grizelda. Res. — ■

MILLER (L.O.). Azure, a cross moline argent, square-
pierced of the field, between a crescent in the first and fourth
quarters, and a mullet in the second and third quarters, a

J. P., D.L. , Lord of the Manor of Shotover, Oxon.,

High Sheriff 1880, b. 1829; d. 1909; tn. 1862, Sarah

Dora, d. of Thomas Moore Evans, of Birmingham : —

Brig. -Gen. Alfred Douglas Miller, C.B.E., D.S.O., J. P.,

D.L. and (1920) High Sheriff co. Oxford, Lord of the Manor

of Shotover, formerly Col. Scots Greys, served S. Africa

1899-1902, and Great War 1914-18,*. 1864; tn. 1899, Ella,

d. of John Fletcher, of Saltown Hall, N.B. Seat — Shotover

House, Wheatley, Oxon. Town res. — 25 Great Cumberland

Place, W.i. Clubs — Bachelors', Naval and Military.

Miller (L.O. , 1853). Argent, a cross moline azure,
square-pierced of the field, within a bordure engrailed
ermine, on a chief gules, a garb between two mullets or.
Crest as above. Motto as above.

Son of Richard Miller of Manderston, b. 1818 ; d.

i860; tn. 1846, Caroline Frances, d. of Rev. Edward

Law, D.D. , British Chaplain at St. Petersburg: —

James Charles Miller, Gentleman, M.A. (Camb.), b.

1848; m. 1871, Maria Josephine, d. of Patrick J. Coen

of Glenbrook House, co. Limerick; and has issue — (1)

Alexander Sutherland Miller, Gentleman, b. 1875 '< ( 2 )

James Walter Sutherland Miller, Gentleman, b. 1876. Res. —

MILLER (L.O.). Argent, a cross moline azure, pierced
of the field, on a chief gules, a fret of the first, charged with
four hearts of the second, and in every interstice a rose

bordure of the second. Mantling azure , doubled or. Crest
—On a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand appaumee, the
third and fourth fingers doubled over proper. Motto —
" Spei bonae atque animae."

Son of John Fulton Miller, Esq., J. P., of Greenoak-
hill, Broomhouse, nr. Glasgow, b. 1849; d. 1904 ; tn
1883 :—
John Fulton Miller, Esq., Capt. late The Seaforth
Highlanders, b. 1890. Post, add.— c/o Lloyds Bank, Cox's
and King's Branch, 6 Pall Mall, S.W.

MILLER, formerly of Leith (L.O., 1853). Argent, a
cross moline azure, square-pierced of the field, on a chief
gules, a garb between two mullets or. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a
dexter hand the two first fingers pointing upwards issuing
out of a cloud all proper. Motto— ' Otnne bonum superne."
Eld. surv. son of Lt.-Col. James Miller, nth Hussars,

silver, barbed and seeded vert. Mantling azure, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand
erect the third and fourth fingers folded inwards. Motto —
" Manent optima caelo." Livery — Blue, with white facings.

Eldest son of John Miller Miller, Esq., J-P. and Hon.

Sheriff-Substitute for Perthshire, 6. 1827 ; d. 1896 ; tn.

1858, Eliza Ann Gardner : —
John Gardner Miller, Esq., Capt. 4th Batt. The Black
Watch, b. 1864 ; tn. 1894, Maud Helen, d. of Osborn
Springfield, Esq., of Catton, Norwich, and has surv. issue
— (1) Osborn Maitland Miller, M.C., Gentleman, Lieut.
(ret.) R.F.A., b. 1897; (2) Capt. George Patrick Miller,
M.C., The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, b. 1897 ;
and Una Maud Ramsey. Res. — Mayfield, Perth, Scotland.

Bom Feb. 19, 1846, being the eldest son of the late Thomas
Miller of Preston and Singleton, by Henrietta Sarah, dau.
of the Rev. Cornelius Pitt. Armorial bearings— Per pale
or and gules, a fesse dancett^e between three wolves' heads
erased counterchanged. Mantling gules and or ; and for




his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a wolf s head erased
bendy or and gules, in the mouth a ragged staff sable.
Motto — " Sibimet merces industria." Livery — Claret.

Married, 1st, 1869, Isabel Arnside (d. 1910), dau. of
Thomas Byrne of New Orleans and Liverpool; 2nd, 191 1,
Issette, d. of Thomas Pearson of London, and died 1916.
Seat— Singleton Park, nr. Blackpool, Lanes.

Essex Regt. , J. P. Peeblesshire, Member of Royal Company
of Archers. Bom 1861, being the son of the late George
Cunningham, Esq., of Leithenhopes, J. P. for co. Perth, and
J. P. and D.L. for Peeblesshire, by his wife Margaret,
eldest dau. of John Miller of Leithenhopes. Armorial
bearings (L.O. , 1887)— Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a shake-
fork sable, charged with four bezants ; 2 and 3, argent, a
cross moline azure, square-pierced of the field, between four
hearts gules. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a unicorn's head sable, maned and
armed or. Motto — " Over fork over." Livery — Black and
yellow. Residence — Leithen Lodge, Innerleithen, Peebles-

MILLES (R.L., 27 Dec. 1820, H. Coll,). Quarterly,
1 and 4, ermine, a fer-de-moline between two martlets in
pale sable, on a chief engrailed azure, two marlion's wings
conjoined or (Milles, 1820) ; 2. argent, on a chevron en-
grailed azure, between three martlets sable, as many
crescents or (Watson, R.L., 26 Feb. 1745-6); 3. or,
two chevronels gules, a crescent for difference (Monson).
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a lion rampant erminois, holding between the paws
a fer-de-moline as in the arms. Motto — " Esto quod esse

Surv. sons of Rt. Hon. George Watson Milles, 1st Earl

Sondes, D.L., b. 1824; d. 1894; tn. 1859, Charlotte,

d. of Sir Henry Stracey, 5th Bart. : —

Rt. Hon. Lewis Arthur Milles, 3rd Earl Sondes and

Viscount Throwley (4 May 1880), 7th Baron Sondes (22 May

1760), late Lt.-Col. comdg. 3rd Batt. K.O.Y.L.I. ,

formerly Capt. 16th Lancers, served in S. Africa 1900-1

[Supporters (of Barony) — Dexter, a griffin, wings elevated,

gorged with the coronet of a marquess, or ; sinister, a bear

proper, gorged with a belt argent, buckled and charged

with two crescents or], b. 1866; tn. 1913, Emma Beatrice,

d. of late Percy Hale Wallace of Muckamore Abbey, co.

Antrim, and widow of James Meakin, of Westwocd Manor,
Staffs. Seats — Lees Court, Faversham, Kent ; Nackington,
Canterbury ; Elmham Hall, East Dereham, Norfolk. Town
res. — 5 Prince's Gate, S.W. Club — Cavalry.
Hon. Henry Augustus Milles- Lade (q.v. ).

MILLES-LADE (R.L., 1 March 1900, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, 1. quarterly, i. and iiii., argent, on a fesse wavy
between three escallops sable, two cross crosslets fitchee in
saltire or (Lade); ii. and iii., ermine, a fer-de-moline be-
tween two martlets in pale sable, on a chief engrailed azure,
two marlion's wings conjoined or (Milles, 1820); 2. the
same arms of Milles ; 3. argent, on a chevron engrailed azure
between three martlets sable, as many crescents or (Watson,
R.L. , 26 Feb. 1745-6); 4. or, two chevronels gules, a
crescent for difference (Monson). Crests — 1. on a wreath
of the colours, a leopard's head affronted erased sable, be-
zant^e, charged on the neck with two cross crosslets fitchee
as in the arms (Lade) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a lion
rampant erminois, holding between the paws a fer-de-moline
as in the arms (Milles). Motto —

Ygst. son of Rt. Hon. George Watson Milles, 1st Earl
Sondes, D.L. , b. 1824; d. 1894 ; tn. 1859, Charlotte, d.
of Sir Henry Stracey, 5th Bart. : —

Hon Henry Augustus Milles- Lade, J. P. and C.C. Kent,
Capt. late East Kent I.Y. , served in S. Africa 1900-1, b.
1867; m. 1912, Esther, only d. of Lt.-Col. Joseph Spencer
Benyon, J. P., late 5th Lancers; and has surv. issue —
George Henry Milles-Lade, Esq., b. 1914 ; Angela; Diana;
and Isabel. Seats — Nash Court, Faversham ; Brinley
House, Faversham. Club — Wellington.


MILLS. Gyronny of eight azure and argent, a mill-
rind sable. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — A demi-
lion regardant or, gorged with a collar gemel azure,
between the paws a millrind sable. Motto — " Nil
conscire sibi."

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Charles William Mills, 2nd Baron
Hillingdon, 6. 1855 ; d. 1919 ; tn. 1886, Hon. Alice
Marion Harbord, O.B.E., d. of 5th Lord Suffield : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Robert Mills, 3rd Baron Hilling-
don (15 Feb. 1886), of Camelford House, Park Lane, and
of Wildernesse, Kent, 4th Bart. (17 Nov. 1868) [Sup-
porters — On either side a lion regardant or, each gorged
with a collar gemel azure, and charged on the shoulder
with a cross fleury sable], b. 1891 ; m. 1916, Hon. Edith
Mary Cadogan, d. of Viscount Chelsea ; and has issue —
Hon. Charles Hedworth Mills, b. 1922 ; Hon. Penelope
Ann ; Hon. Ursula Sybil ; and Hon. Marygold. Seat —
Overstrand Hall, Norfolk. Res. — Wakefield Lodge,
Stony Stratford; 53 Grosvenor Street, W.i.

Son of Hon. Algernon Henry Mills, b. 1856; d. 1 922 ;

m. 1880, Lady Mary Seymour Dawson-Damer

(d. 1895), only d. of 4th Earl of Portarlington : —

Henry Christian George Mills, Esq., b. 1886 ; tn. 1st,

1910, Alicia (d. 1912), d. of W. Robinson, of

Toowoomba, Queensland ; 2nd, 191 3, Hilma, d. of the

late H. Ohman, of Brisbane ; and has had issue —

Henry Algernon Seymour Mills, Gentleman, b. 1914;

d. 1928; and Diana Mary Christian. Res. —

Only surv. son of 1st Lord Hillingdon, b. 1830 ; d.

1898; tn. 1883, Lady Louisa Lascelles, d. of 3rd

Earl of Harewood : —

Hon. Egremont John Mills, D.S.O., Lt.-Col. late W.

Kent Imp. Yeo., b. 1866 ; tn. 1917, Florence, d. of A.

Hozier. Res. — 49 Frant Road, Tunbridge Wells. Clubs

— Orleans, White's.

Sons of Hon. Geoffrey Edward Mills, Comdr.
R.N.V.R., b. 1875 ; d. 1917 ; by 1st wife, tn. 1901,
Grace, d. of the late Judge Hungerford Boddam : —
Algernon Victor Mills, Esq., b. 1905.
Patrick Charles Mills, Gentleman, b. 1906.

MILLS of Ebbw Vale (H. Coll.). Sable, three millrinds
in pale or, between two swords erect proper, pommels and
hilts of the second. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a peewit's head the neck en-
circled by a serpent nowed both proper. Badge — A
mill-flower leaved and slipped proper entiled by a circlet
or. Motto— ' ' Forti nihil dif&culi. " Livery — Black and

Second son of Leighton Mills, Esq., of Sunderland,
b. 1836 ; d. 1898 ; tn. 1864, Jane Ann, d. of Alexander
Dalziel, of West Hartlepool : —

4 R




Sir Frederick Mills, ist Bart., of Ebbw Vale (21 Jan.
1921), M.Inst.C.E., J. P., D.L., co. Montgomery, Chairman
of the Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron, and Coal Co., Ltd.,
6. 1865 ; m. ist, 1889, Mary {d. 1916), d. of George
Topham, of Tynemouth, Northumberland; 2nd, 1918,
Mary Kathleen, d. of Edward Dawkins, of St. Albans,
Herts. ; and has issue (by ist marriage) — Frederick
Leighton Victor Mills, Esq., M.C., Maj. R.F.A., b. 1893
[m. 1923, Doris Armitage, and has issue — Frederick
Peter Mills, Esq., b. 1924 ; Michael Victor Mills, Gentle-
man, b. 1926]; Grace [m. 1915, Eng. Lieut.-Comdr.
Stanley Reed, R.N. (d. 19 15)]. Res. — 8 Seamore Place,
W.i. Clubs — Boodle's, Athenaeum.

MILLS (H. Coll.). Azure, a millrind or, on a chief
argent three Mills hand grenades proper. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
issuant from the battlements of a tower, a dexter hand
grasping in the act of throwing a Mills hand grenade,
all proper. Motto — " Fortissima Veritas."

Son of David Mills, of Sunderland, b. 1822 ;
d. 1901 : —

Sir William Mills, Knt.-Bach. (1922), Inventor of the
Mills hand grenade, b. 1856 ; m. 1891, Eliza, d. of Vincent
Hodgson, of Manchester, and widow of John Gandy, of
Warrington. Res. — Church Road, Edgbaston, co.

MILLS (H. Coll.). Gyronny of eight argent and azure,
a millrind sable. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On
a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion regardant or, gorged
with a collar gemel azure, holding between the paws a mill-
rind sable.

Son of Rev. Cecil Mills, M.A. , b. 1839; d. 1908; m.

1874, Anne Henrietta Frances, eld.d. of Capt. Francis

H. G. Nicolls:—
John Digby Mills, Esq., T. D. , late Major Warwickshire
Yeo., J. P. and County Alderman for Hants., a Verderer
of the New Forest, b. 1879 ; m. 1918, Carola, d. of the
late Judge S. P. Tuck, Judge of the International Court
of Appeals, Alexandria, Egypt, and Maryland, U.S.A. ;
and has issue — 3 sons. Seat— Bisterne, Ringwood, Hants.
Clubs — Marlborough, Cavalry.

MILLS of Dunedin, N.Z. (H. Coll.). Argent, a saltire
between four millrinds sable, a bordure engrailed gules,
gantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the

1847; m. ist, 1870, Annabella, d. of W. Langlands ; 2nd,
1888, Sarah Gertrude, d. of Francis G. Fosbery of Limerick ;
and has issue— Henry James Fosbery Mills, Esq., Capt.
late K. R.R.C., b. 1895 [m. 1920, Gladys, d. of Lt. Col.
C. E. Norton, C.M.G. , and widow of Hon. Philip Fitz.
Alan-Howard] ; and Geraldine Fosbery [m. 1917, Lieut-
C. E. B. Curzon, R.N.R.]. Res.— Dunedin, New Zealand;
67 Ennismore Gardens, S.W.7. Club — Junior Athenaeum.
John Mills, Gentleman, b. . Res. — Auckland, New

MILLS of Worthing (H. Coll.). Per fesse wavy argent
and vert, a lymphad in full sail proper, pennon and banners

olours, a sea-lion or, holding between the paws a millrind
as in the arms. Motto — " Esto quod esse videris. "

Sons of William Mills of Dunedin, New Zealand, b.
1809; d. 1900; m. : —

Sir James Mills, K.C.M.G. (1909), Kt. Bach. (1907),
Chairman of Union Steamship Co. of New Zealand, b.

gules, on a chief of the last three spades erect or. Mant-
ling vert and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours,
a sea-gull rising from shingles proper. Motto — " Hones-
tate vincemus."

Sons of George Jonathan Mills of Colville, Worthing,
b. 1820 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1875, Georgiana, yngst. d. of
George Riches of Carlton Colville, Suffolk : —
Rev. William Riches Mills, M.A., b. 1876. Res.— High-
field School, Liphook, Hants.

Rev. James Webb Mills, M.A., b. 1881. Res.— Carding-
ton Lodge, 65 Finchley Road, N.W.

Robert Henry Mills, Gentleman, b. 1885. Res.— 16 Cleve-
land Gardens, W. 2.

Rev. Frank Shelley-Mills {q.v. ).

MILMAN (H. Coll ). Azure, a serpent nowed or, be-
tween three sinister gauntlets open argent. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a
hart lodged per pale ermine and erminois, attired and
unguled or, charged with two hurts. Motto — " Deus
nobiscum, quis contra."

Sons of Sir Francis John Milman, 4th Bart., Major
Welsh Div. R.A., b. 1842 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1870, Katherine
Grace (d. 1924), d. of Stephen Charles Moore, D.L.,
of Barnel Clonmel : —

Sir Francis Milman, 5th Bart. (28 Nov. 1800), b. 1872 ;
m. 1898, Georgina Maude Emma, only child of the late
Thomas Ripon Wallis. Res.— Argentine, S. America.

William Ernest Milman, Esq., b. 1875. Res.—

Lionel Charles Patrick Milman, Esq., C.M.G., Maj. and
Brev. Lt.-Col. R.A., Hon. Brig.-Gen., b. 1877; m. 1911,
Marjorie Aletta, d. of Col. Arthur Harry Clark-Kennedy,
late I.C.S. , and has issue — Dermot Lionel Kennedy Milman ,
Gentleman, b. 1912 ; Malcolm Douglas Milman, Gentleman,
b. 1915; Derek Milman, Gentleman, b. 1918. Res.— The
High House, King's Norton, Birmingham. Club — United

Stephen Walter Milman, Esq., b. 1879 ; m. 1907, Ethel
(d. 1914), d. of the late William Dowdeswell Horseley,




[I.C.S., and has issue — Gerald Stephen Milman, Gentleman,
ib. 1908. Res. — Yenado, Tuerto, Argentine.

Henry Augustus Milman, Esq., Paymaster (ret.) R.N.,
lb. 1882 ; m. 1912, Genevieve, d. of (ohn Irving of Victoria,
(B.C., and has issue — John Milman, Gentleman, b.

Hugh Milman, Esq., Capt. late R.E., A.M.I. C.E., b.
1884; m. 1914, Marjorie, d. of Malcolm M. Paterson, of
The Croft, Pannal, Leeds, and has issue — Hugh Bruce
Milman, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; Stephanie Grace ; and Diana
Constance. Res. —

Son of Walter Charles Gordon Milman, M.A. (Camb.),
H.M.'s Inspector of Schools, b. 1853; d. 1907; m.
1886, Edie Helen Blythe, d. of John Alexander Rad-
cliffe of Ordsal, Cobham, Surrey : —
Humphrey Radcliffe Milman, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; m.
1923, Edith Mary, d. of Rev. Henry E. Mocatta, of Clive
House School, Prestatyn, N. Wales, and has surv. issue —
2 daus. Postal add. — Clatford House, Prestatyn.

Son of Major-Gen. Egerton Charles William Miles
Milman, b. 1819; d. 1869; m. 1866, Isabella Anne,
only d. of Charles Benjamin Lee-Mainwaring: —
Charles Egerton Forbes Milman-Mainwaring (q.v. ).

WARING, Gentleman. Born Feb. 20, 1867, being the only
son of the late Maj.-Gen. Egerton Charles William Miles
Milman, by his wife Isabella Anne, only d. of Charles Benja-
min Lee-Mainwaring, Esq. ; assumed by Royal Licence the
additional surname and arms of Mainwaring. Armorial
bearings (R.L. 1874, H. Coll.).— Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent
two bars gules (Mainwaring) ; 2 and 3, azure, a snake nowed
or, between three sinister gauntlets argent (for Milman).
Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his
degree, with a Mantling gules and argent ; and for his
Crests — 1. (Sept. 23, 1915, in lieu of that previously granted)
— Issuant from a ducal coronet or, an ass's head proper
(Mainwaring) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a stag
lodged per pale ermine and erminois, attired or, and
charged on the body with two hurts fessewise (Milman).
Married, 1915, Marguerite Doris Roper, d. of Lt.-Col.
Francis Washington Lethbridge, D.S.O., W. R. Yorks.
Regt, ; and has Issue — Rosamond Irene. Clubs— Welling-
ton, Junior Carlton.

JOHN ADAM MILNE, Esq., J. P. co. Aberdeen, Bar-
rister-at-Law Lincoln's Inn. Born April 13, i860, eld. son of
late John Duguid Milne of Melgum, co. Aberdeen, Advocate,

by hjs wife Barbara, only dau. of Alexander Rae, Esq. , R. N. ,
J. P., of Ardmiddle, and heiress of John Adam of Scobbach.
Livery — Blue, yellow facings. Armorial bearings (L.O ,
1867) — Or, a cross moline pierced azure, on a chief gules,
a stag at gaze between cross crosslets argent. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries,
a galley, sails furled and oars in saltire proper, flagged
gules, with the Motto, " Suum cuique." Married, Oct. 2,

1895, Jessie Ellen Savage, dau. of the late James T. Jerrard
of London ; and has Issue — (1) John Duguid Milne, Gentle-
man, Lieut. R. Scots (Lothian Regt.), b. Nov. 17, 1896 ; (a)
Geoffrey Herbert Milne, Gentleman, b. Aug. 9, 1899 ; (3)
Kenneth George Milne, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; and Violet
Rae. Res. . Clubs — Oxford and

Cambridge, Royal Northern Club (Aberdeen).

MILNE (H. Coll., 1816). Erminois, a cross moline
quarterly pierced or, between three mullets, two and one
azure, a chief of honourable augmentation wavy argent,
thereon a fortified circular lighthouse, with a red flag flying,
flanked on the dexter by a hexagon battery of three tiers ot
guns, with a like flag flying, and on the sinister by another
battery of two tiers of guns connected by a wall with the
lighthouse all proper, the whole intended to represent that
part of the works defending the town and port of Algiers,
to which His Majesty's ship Impregnable, which bore
the flag of the rear-admiral, was opposed in the memorable
attack on the 27th day of August 1816. Mantling azure
and or. Crest — Out of a naval crown or, a dexter cubit
arm vested azure, the hand proper, grasping a flagstaff,
therefrom flying the flag of a rear-admiral of the blue,
inscribed with the word Impregnable in letters of gold.
Supporters (to descend with Baronetcy) — Dexter, a figure
designed to represent a Christian slave, holding in his
dexter hand a passion cross or, and in his sinister hand his
fetters broken proper ; sinister, a sailor, habited and armed
with cutlass and pistols proper, holding in the exterior
hand a flagstaff, therefrom flowing towards the dexter a
banner azure, in canton the union. Motto — " Tarn marte
quam arte."

Only surv. son of Adm. Sir Alexander Milne, G.C.B. ,
b. 1806 ; d. 1896 ; m. 1850, Euphemia, d. of Archibald
Cochran of Ashkirk, Roxburgh: —
Adm. Sir Archibald Berkeley Milne, 2nd Bart. (1 Nov.
1876), G.C.V.O., K.C.B. (1909), Commodore H.M.'s
Yachts 1903-5, second in command Atlantic Fleet 1905-6,
A.D.C. to the King 1902-5, Extra Equerry 1905-6, Groom-
in- Waiting 1907-8, Channel Fleet 1908-9, C.-inC. Mediter-
ranean Fleet 1912-14 (retired 1919), Extra Equerry to King
George since 1910, has Crown of Prussia, Legion of Honour
(France), Crown of Italy, Dannebrog of Denmark, Re-
deemer of Greece, Charles III. of Spain, and St. Izat of
Portugal, b. 1855. Seat— Inveresk, Musselburgh, N.B.
Res. — 6 Charles Street, Berkeley Square, W. Clubs —
Naval and Military, Marlborough.

SAMUEL MILNE MILNE, Gentleman. Armorial

bearings (H. Coll., 4 Dec. 1877)— Argent, amillrind gules,





within an orle of eight millrinds sable. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a millrind
fi.ssewise sable, thereon a lion rampant argent, holding
between the paws a millrind gules. Motto — " Quserito


MILNES (H. Coll., 12 Jan. 1853). Ermine, a millrind
palewise between two flaunches sable. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a garb

erminois, between two trefoils vert. Motto— " Non sine
labore." Livery— Blue, yellow facings.

Sons of Rev. Nicholas Bourne Milnes, of Stubbinedge

Hall, Ashover, Derby, b. 1826 ; d. 1904 ; m. 1869, Alice

Bernonville, d. of John de Horn Christy, of Cudham,

Kent :—

Evelyn Bourne Milnes, Gentleman, B. A. (Oxon.), b. 1874 ;

m. 1904, Alice Marguerite Bernard, and has issue — Bernard

John Milnes, Gentleman, b, 1905 ; and Evelyn May. Res.

— Holly Bank, Hunton Bridge, Herts. «

Henry Ralph Milnes, Esq., J. P. Parts of Kesteven,
Lines., Major late Lines. Regt., b. 1876. Res. — Bassingham,

MILNER of Nun Appleton Hall(H. Coll., Feb. 1710).
Per pale or and sable, a chevron between three horses'
bits counterchanged. Mantling sable and or. Crest — A
horse's head couped argent, maned and bridled or,
charged on the neck with a bezant , between two wings
gold. Motto — " Addit frena feris." Livery— (dress), puce
coat, lined orange, with silver-braided waistcoat, black
plush breeches, silver buttons, and a silver garter on one leg
only; (undress), puce coat, lined orange, red and white
striped waistcoat, puce trousers with red line, silver

Second son of Sir William Mordaunt Edward Milner,

5th Bart., b. 1820 ; d. 1867 ; m. 1844, Lady Georgiana

Anne, sister of 9th Earl of Scarbrough : —

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