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Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick George Milner, P.C., 7th Bart.

(26 Feb. 1716-7), Knight of Grace of the Order of the

Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, M.P. City of York

1883-85, and for Bassetlaw, Notts., 1890-1906, J. P.,

D.L., W.R. Yorks., b. 1849 ; s. his brother 1880 ; m.

1880, Adeline (d. 1902), d. of William Beckett, M.P. ;

and has surv. issue — William Frederick Victor Mordaunt

Milner, Esq., Lieut, late Lothian and Border Horse,

b. 1893 ; Doreen Maud [m. 1911, Victor, 2nd Marquess

of Linlithgow]. Seat — Taplow Lodge, Maidenhead.

Club— Bath.

Sons of Henry Beilby William Milner, Esq., of
West Retford House, Notts., b. 1823; d. 1876; m.
1853, Charlotte Henrietta, d. of the Most Rev. Marcus
Beresford, Archbishop of Armagh: —

Edward Milner, Esq., Member of the Corps of Gentlemen-
at-Arms (King's Bodyguard), formerly Major Scots Gds.,
served Egypt, S. Africa, and Great War, J. P. Notts.,
b. 1858 ; m. 1897, Evelyn Augusta, d. of Hon. Hercules
Rowley. Clubs — Bachelors', Yorks. (York).

Marcus Henry Milner, Esq., M.V.O., D.S.O., Major
(ret.), served S. African and Great Wars, has Croix de
Guerre (Belgium), b. 1864 ; m. 1888, Caroline Agnes,
Dowager Duchess of Montrose [d. 1894). Club — Turf.

Sons of Brig. -Gen. George Francis Milner, C. M.G.,
D.S.O. (who was 2nd son of the above Henry Beilby
Milner). b. 1862 ; d. 1921 ; m. 19 10, Phyilis Mary, d.
of Sir Edward Lycett Green, Bart. : —
George Edward Mordaunt Milner, Gentleman, b. 1911.
Res. — Acomb Priory, York.

Henry George Milner, Gentleman, b. 191 2. Res. —
Acomb Priory, York.

MILNER (H. Coll.). Sable, a millstone proper, be-
tween three snaffle-bits erect or. Mantling sable and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a horse's head erased
sable, bridled and charged on the neck with an escarbuncle
or. Motto — " Fac bene quod facis."

Son of Arthur Milner of Bournemouth : —

Major Arthur Edward Milner, R. A.M. C, b. . Res.—

MILSOM (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend azure, between
three stags' heads couped at the neck affrontee proper,

three annulets or. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a tiger's head proper, collared and

chained or, holding in its mouth an annulet or. Motto —
' ' Honesta quam magna." Standard — Per fesse azure and




I or. Badge — A tiger proper, collared and chained, and hold-
ing in its mouth an annulet or. Motto — " Confitebor tibi
Domine." Livery — Dark blue, white facings.

Sons of Charles Milsom of Bath, b. 1825 ; d. 1892 ;

m. 1848, Sarah Frances, d. of Francis Tulley of

Bath :—

Rev. Edward Milsom, M.A. (Trin. Coll.,Camb.), formerly

Rector of Roos, E. Yorks., b. 1851 ; m. 1914. Caroline

Louisa, d. of R. S. Howe of Palgrave, Suffolk. Res. —

, Cranwell House, Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells. Club — Junior


Francis Henry Milsom, Esq., formerly Major 2nd (Vol.)
I Batt. Duke of Edinburgh's Wiltshire Regt. b. 1855 ; m.
1st, 1880, Agnes Mary (d. 1889), d. of S. L. Cocks, Esq.,
J. P., of Diss, Norfolk; and has issue — (1) Cecil Francis,
iMilsom, Esq., Major, D.S.O., formerly R.A.S.C, b. 1881
\[tn. 1911, Lucy Gwladys, d. of Sir Robert Armine Morris,
J 4th Bart., ofSketty Park, Glamorgan, and has issue — Hazel
I Lucy Mary ; and Sylvia Cecily Veronica (Res. — The Warren,
j Northam, N. Devon. Club — United Service)] ; (2) Algernon
Charles Milsom, Gentleman, Lieut. R.A.S.C. 1915-18, b.
1882 [m. 1909, Adeline Mary, d. of late H. C. Vowles,
i and has issue — Derek Sidney Milsom, Gentleman, b. 191 6 ;
I and Yvonne Mary (Res. — De Montalt, Combe Down, Bath)];
I (3) Stroud Eric Milsom, Gentleman, served French Red
Cross 1914-18, awarded Croix de Guerre, b. 1883 [m. 1913,
Gwendolen, d. of late Rev. E. Newlingof Midsomer, Norton,
and has issue — Colleen (Res. — Lodge Style, Combe Down,
Bath)!; (4) Sidney Milsom, Gentleman, Lieut. 8th Batt.
Rifle Brigade, b. 1886; killed in action 1915; (5) Harry
Lincoln Milsom, Gentleman, M.A. (Trin. Coll., Camb.),
formerly Capt. 5th Som. L.I. (gazetted out on account of
wounds, and granted Hon. rank), b. 1889 [m. 1915, Isobel
Vida, d. of Hon. W. E. Collins, C.M.G., of Wellington,
New Zealand, and has issue — Darrell Edward David
Milsom, b. 191 9 ; and Stroud Francis Charles Milsom,
b. 1923 (Res. — The End House, Malcolm Road, Wim-
bledon) ; m. 2ndly, Kate Isabel, d. of R. W. Melsome of
Stockton, Wilts. ; and had furthur issue ; (6) Edward
Winfrid Milsom, Lieut. R.N. , b. 1893; killed in action at
Jutland, 1916. Res. — Audley Lodge, Bath.

MILVAIN of Eglingham Hall (H. Coll.). Gules, on a
pale engrailed or, between two bezants, an eagle displayed
sable, beaked and membered of the first. Mantling gules

hiked of the first, between two bezants. Motto — " Fidelis."
Livety — Claret.

Son of Sir Thomas Milvain, Knt. Bach., C.B., K.C.,

Barrister-at-Law, Judge Advocate-General to H.M.'s

Land Forces, Bencher of the Middle Temple, J. P. co.

Durham, M.P. , b. 1844 ; d. 1916; m. 1875, Mary Alice

(d. 1928), d. of John Henderson of Leazes House,

Durham : —

Henry Roland Milvain, Esq., Lt.-Col. Res. of Officers late

12th Royal Lancers, £. 1880; m. 1st, 1909, Gwladys Hope

(d. 1909), d. of the late J. M. Jaffray, Esq., J. P. ; 2nd, 1912,

Kathleen, d. of the late Charles Mitchell, of Jesmond

Towers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and has issue — Gwladys

Rosemary; Anne; and Juliet. Seat — Eglingham Hall,

Alnwick, Northumberland. Club — Cavalry.

GEORGE MILWARD, Esq., J.P. for cos. Gloucester,
Worcester, and Oxon, late Capt. in Royal North Gloucester
Militia. Born July 18, 1843, being the eldest son of the
late George Milward, Esq. , of the Manor House, Lechlade,
co. Gloucester, J. P., Barrister-at-Law, by his wife Sarah,
third dau. of Henry Grace, Esq., of Stockwell Common,
J.P. co. Surrey. Armorial bearings — Ermine, a cross
moline between three torteaux, two and one, each charged
with a crescent or ; impaling, quarterly, 1 and 4, argent,
two lions combatant sable ; 2. vert a lion rampant or ; 3.
or, on a bend plain cottised between two garbs azure, a mitre
of the field (for Shaen-Carter). Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, between two wings
azure, a bear's paw erased sable, claws or, holding a sceptre

and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter cubit
arm in armour, quarterly or and sable, holding in the hand
proper a sword in bend sinister also proper, pommelled and

in bend sinister gold, entwined by a sprig of oak. Motto —
" Nee temere nee timide." Married, Jan. 11, 1866, Augusta
Susanna Shaen, eldest dau. of Thomas Shaen-Carter, Esq.,
of Watlington Park, Oxon, and Erris, co. Mayo ; and by
her (who died May 18, 1891) has Issue— (1) George Harold
Shaen Milward, Esq., J.P. for Oxfordshire, b. Oct. 26, 1866
[m. , 1892, Edith Sophia Marion, dau. of the late George
Louis Clowser of Bombay ; and has issue — George Louis
Shaen Milward, Gentleman, b. 1897 ; Henry Alex. Harold
Milward, Gentleman, b. Sept. 29, 1899; William Douglas
Francis Milward, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; and Eileen Sophia
Ada]; (2) Victor Tilson Milward, Gentleman, b. April 11,
1869 ; (3) John Bertram Milward, Gentleman, b. March 1,
1871 [m. 1896, Evelyn Anne, ygst. d. of late William
Gostling of Northfieet, Kent, and has issue — John Alfred
Frank Milward, Gentleman, b. 1904]. Address — New Park,
Buckfastleigh, South Devon. Club — Carlton.

MINCHIN of Annagh (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4,
ermine, a chevron with two couple closes gules between
three fleurs-de-lys azure (Minchin) ; 2 and 3, vert, a dexter
hand appaum^e, couped at the wrist and dropping blood



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proper, supported by two lions rampant or (Reilly).
Mantling gules and argent. Crests — r. on a wreath of
the colours, a naked arm embowed couped at the shoulder
proper, the hand grasping a baton or (Minchin); 2. on a
wreath of the colours, an oak-tree eradicated, entwined by
a snake ascendant all proper ( Reilly). Mottoes — " Regarde
la mort" (Minchin) ; " Fortitudine et prudentia " (Reilly).
Sons of Maj.-Gen. Frederick Falkiner Minchin, C.B. ,
R.A. , of Annagh, co. Tipperary, Lord of the Manor of
Soberton, Hants., Director Indian Ordnance Dept. , b.
i860; d. 1922; m. 1st, 1887, Marjorie Emily (d, 1904),
d. of General Henry Dyett Abbott, C.B. ; 2nd, 1905,
Caroline Jane, d. of J. Lloyd, of Astwick Manor, Hat-
field, Herts. :—
Henry Falkiner Minchin, Esq., Comdr. R.N.,3. 1889;
m. 191 8, Winifred Florence, d. of Col. James Loughnan
O'Bryen, and has issue — Bryan Patrick Minchin, Gentleman,
b. 1919 ; Myles Falkiner Minchin, Gentleman, b. 1922.
Res. — Annagh, Borrisokane, co. Tipperary.

The late Frederick Frank Minchin, Esq.,C.B.E., D.S.O.,
M.C., temp. Lt.-Col. att. R.F.C. during Great War, b.

1890 ; m. 1921, Betty (who div. him 1924), d. of Selby-

Lowndes ; lost at sea flying 1927.

Richard Humphrey Lloyd Minchin, Gentleman, b. 1907.

WILLIAM MINET, Esquire, J. P., Barrister-at-Law.
Born Sept. 13, 1851, being the only son of the late James
Lewis Minet of Sussex Square, Hyde Park, by his wife
Elizabeth, second dau. of William Iggulden. Armorial
bearings — Argent, in base a boat on the ocean, therein
passengers and rowers proper, three ermine spots in fesse,
and on a chief or, an oak-tree on a mount vert. Upon the
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling vert and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath
of the colours, a wing elevated argent, charged with three
barrulets gules; with the Motto, "Quantum est in rebus
inane." Married, firstly, Sept. 26, 1882, Alice, daugh-
ter of Sir John Evans, Knight Commander of the Most
Honourable Order of the Bath (she died March 13, 1887) ;
secondly, July 10, 1889, Mary, daughter of Joseph Rayner,
Esquire, Justice of the Peace, of Brighouse, in the county
of York ; and has Issue by his first wife — Susan. Postal
adds. — 48 Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, W. ; Fountain
Court, London, E.C. Clubs — Athenaeum, United University.

MINOPRIO of Liverpool (H. Coll., 12 Ap. 1920).

Per pall azure, argent and gules, a pall between in chief
a sun in splendour or, on the dexter side upon a mount

issuing from base an oak-tree proper, and on the sinister
side three mullets of six points one and two of the I
fourth. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a mullet as in the arms in front of
three ostrich feathers azure. Motto — " Haud sicut

Son of Francis Charles Anthony Minoprio, Merchant,

of Liverpool, of Italian origin, grandson of Aloysius

Vincens Minoprio, of Pavia, Italy : —

Frank Charles Minoprio, Gentleman, b. 1870 ; m. 1st,

1899, Leila (d. 1914), d. of James Calder, of Charleston,

S.C., and Liverpool ; and by her has issue — (1) Charles

Anthony Minoprio, Gentleman, B.Arch., A.R.I.B.A. ;

(2) James Edward Minoprio, Gentleman, b. 1902 ; (3)

Frank Hilary Minoprio, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; and 2 daus. ;

2nd, 1920, Rachel, d. of T. Mann, of Bristol ; and has

issue— (4) Peter William Vincent Minoprio, Gentleman.

b. 1927, and 1 dau. Res. — Avening Court. Avening,

Glos. ; Haulfryn, Abersoch, co. Carnarvon.

merly of 11 Hamilton Drive, Glasgow. Armorial bearings
— Or, a fesse wavy azure, between two crosses flory in chief,
a lion rampant in base sable. Mantling azure and or.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, an owl proper. Motto
— " Je pense plus."


MINTON. Vert, within two bars ermine, between two
heraldic tigers passant one in chief and one in base
or, three garbs of the last. Mantling vert and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, an heraldic
tiger as in the arms, the dexter paw resting on a garb
erect proper. Motto — " Pro Deo et patria."

Sons of Thomas William Minton, Esquire, of Chase
Ridings, Enfield, J. P. for the co. of Stafford, b. 1844 ;
d. ; m. 1872, Ellen, fourth dau. of John Dean

Pittam of Polesworth, co. Warwick: —
Colin Minton, Gentleman, b. Nov. 17, 1874.
Arthur Minton, Gentleman, b. July 27, 1876. Address —
33 Fitzroy Square, W.i.

MINTON-SENHOUSE (H. Coll.). Vert, three garbs
or, within two bars ermine, between two heraldic tigers
passant one in chief and another in base of the second.
Mantling vert and or. Crest — Upon a mount vert, an
heraldic tiger as in the arms, the dexter paw resting on a
garb erect proper. Motto — " Pro Deo et patria."

Sons of Herbert Minton-Senhouse, Esquire, J. P. for co.
Stafford, Capt. 1st Vol. Batt. N. Staffs. Regt., b. 1848;
d. 1923 ; m. 1872, Ann Darby, second dau. of late
Christopher Dickinson of Stoke-on-Trent : —

Herbert Hoskins Darby Minton-Senhouse, Gentleman,
b. May 20, 1873; m. 1909, Emily Hilda, d. of the late
James Meakin, Esq., of Darlaston Hall, Stone, Staffs.,
and has issue — Cyril Minton-Senhouse, Gentleman, b.
1909 ; Christopher Herbert Minton-Senhouse, Gentleman,
b. 1 91 1 ; Patience Hilda. Res. — Oulton Old Hall, Stone,

Alfred Darby Minton-Senhouse, Gentleman, Solicitor,
b. Dec. 23, 1874.

Rev. Bernard Darby Minton-Senhouse, b. June 9, 1887.

MISA (Arms granted in . Recorded and crest

granted H. Coll.). Quarterly, first grand quarter, quar-
terly, 1 and 4, gules, a fesse argent ; 2 and 3, or, a lion
rampant gules ; second grand quarter, vert, a greyhound
rampant argent, gorged with a collar gules, buckled or, on
a chief indented argent three crosses gules ; third grand
quarter, azure, on a lozenge between four mullets of six
points or, a castle gules ; fourth grand quarter, azure, five
fleurs-de-lys in saltire or within a bordure gules, charged
with eight saltires couped also or. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of
a tower proper, a greyhound courant argent.
Son of Manuel Misa, Marquess de Misa : —

Buenaventura Pablo Misa, Marquess de Misa in Spain, |
b. . Seat —


MITCHELL of Dulwich (H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron
sable between in chief two garbs and in base a cinquefoil
gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath |




of I the colours, a garb azure, charged with a portcullis
chained or. Motto—" Jam tempus agi res."

P*'Son of William Mitchell: —

Sir William Lane Mitchell, Knt. Bach. (1921), M.P.
Wandsworth since 1918, J.P. co. London, b. 1861 ; m.
1884, Jane [d. 1925), d. of William Lane, of Aberdeen ;
2nd, 1926, Sarah, d. of Joseph Barker, of Formby,
Lanes., and has issue (by 1st marriage)— 3 sons;
and 4 daus. Res. — Shirley, Pampisford Road, South

MITCHELL of Tulliallan, co. Fife (6 Oct. 1903).
Sable, thirteen mascles crossways, seven being in pale and

co. Gloucester; 2nd, 1888, Constance Lucy (Res. —
High Grove, Tetbury, Glos. ), d. of John Henry Elwes
of Colesborne, Gloucester: —
Major Francis Arthur Mitchell, M.C., Roy. Gloucester-
shire Hussars, J. P., b. 1888; m. 1919, Muriel de Courcy,
2nd d. of the late Col. de Courcy Daniell, R.H.A. Res. —
Doughton House, Tetbury, Glos. Club— Boodles'.

Capt. David Johnstone Mitchell, King's Royal Rifles, 6.
1890; m. . Res. — Postlip Hall, Winchcombe, Glos.

MITCHELL (H. Coll., 1890). Per fesse sable and
gules, a fesse indented between two mascles in chief and
a bugle-horn stringed in base all or. Mantling sable and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a cubit
arm proper, the hand holding a pen in bend argent, pen-

in the first quarter a portcullis chains pendent or. Mantling
sable, doubled or. Crest— Three ears of barley conjoined
in stalk proper. Motto — "In Deo spes." Livery— Dark
blue, black collar.

Son of Alexander Mitchell, Esq., J.P. , of Carnock and
Luscar, Fifeshire, Col. Clackmannanshire and Kinross-
shire R. Vols. b. 1821 ; d. 1893 ; m. Emma, d. ot
William Peace of Wigan, Lanes. : —
Alexander Mitchell Esq., J.P. andD.L. for Fifeshire, B.A.
(Oxon), Lt.-Col. late comdg. Fife and Forfar Imp. Yeo., b.
■20 Aug. 1871 ; m. 3 July 1894, Meta Mary Graham, d.
of John Paton Esq., J.P. , of Lethangie, Kinross-shire ; and
has surv. issue — (1) Harold Paton Mitchell, Gentleman, £.

21 May 1900 ; (2) Alec Maskell Mitchell, Gentleman, b.

22 Oct. 1904. Estates — Tulliallan, co. Fife; Nortonhall,
Roxburghshire. Res. — Tulliallan Castle, Kincardine, Fife;
Monksford, St. Boswells, N.B. Clubs— Cavalry, University
and New (Edinburgh), County (Stirling).

MITCHELL. Sable, on a chevron raguly plain cotised
or between four escallops, two in chief and as many in
base argent, a wool-pack proper. Mantling sable and or.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a garb
or, charged with an escallop sable, two thistles leaved and
slipped in saltire proper. Livety— Claret coat, canary colour
waistcoat, black trousers.

Sons of Arthur Charles Mitchell, Esq., of High
Grove, Glos., J.P. for the cos. of Wilts and Glos.,
Capt. 4th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. , b. 1847 ; d. 1917 ;
m. 1st, 1872, Laura Harriet (d. 1874), d. of Sir Michael
Hicks Hicks- Beach, 8th Bart., of Williamstrip Park,

dent from the wrist by a riband gules, a bugle-horn or, a
rock also proper. Motto— " Dante Deo reddam."

Eldest surv. son of Sir Henry Mitchell, Kt. Bach., the

first Freeman of the City of Bradford, b. 1824 ; d. 1898 ;

m. 1851, Annie, d. of Rev. David William Gordon of

Earlston, N.B. :—
Henry Mitchell, Esq., late Surg.-Major 2nd Life Guards
(Major Army Medical Reserve), J.P. West Riding, Yorks.,
b. 1857 ; m. 1895, Mary, eld. d. of W. A. Ellis Staffurth,
Esq., J.P. and D.L. Cambs. ; and has issue — Gordon
Mitchell, Esq., b. 1896 (Res.— Swadelands, Lenham, Kent) ;
and Mary Cranstoun. Res. — Swadelands, Lenham, near
Maidstone. Clubs— Junior Carlton, United University.

The Late CHARLES MITCHELL, Gentleman, of
Jesmond Towers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Bom ;

died . Armorial bearings — Sable, on a bend

wavy or, between two mascles of the last, as many mascles
of the field ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
and issuing out of flames of fire, a phoenix rising proper,
sem£e of mascles sable, and holding in the beak an acorn
slipped and leaved also proper ; with the Motto, " Spernit
humum." Married, and left issue— Kathleen [m. 1912,
Lt.-Col. Henry Roland Milvain, of E lingham Hall,
Alnwick (q.v.)].

Born 1842, being the third but second surviving son of
Joseph Theophilus Mitchell, East India Merchant in
London, by his wife Isabella, daughter of the late Captain
James Young of Lee, in the County of Kent, one of the




Elder Brethren of the Trinity House. Armorial bearings-
He bears for Arms : Sable, a fesse invected between an an-
nulet and two mascles in chief, and a mascle between two
annulets in base or, within a bordure chequy of the last
and first, and for distinction charged upon the fesse with a
crescent of the field ; and impaling the arms of Craufurd of
Baidland and Ardmillan, namely gules, on a fesse ermine,
between three mullets argent, two crescents interlaced of
the field ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,

a mascle sable, interlaced with three ears of barley slipped
or; with the Motto, "Sapiens qui assiduus." Married,
January 21, 1884, Edith Caroline Sophia, widow of John
H. Irvine, and second daughter of Thomas Craufurd, third
son of Archibald Clifford Blackwell Craufurd of Baidland,
now of Ardmillan.

MITCHELL (L.O., 10 December, 1923.). Parted per
fess sable and or, in chief two mascles of the last, and in

doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a stalk
of wheat slipped proper. Motto — " Cresco."

Only son of Stephen Mitchell, of Boquhan, Kippen,

Stirlingshire, b. 1847; d. 1920; m. 1878, Isabella,

d. of Andrew Tod, of Elmpark, Edinburgh : —

Stephen Mitchell, Esq., M.P. for Lanark Division of

Lanarkshire, late Major Fife and Forfar Yeomanry, Mem. of

the Corps of Roy. Archers (King's Bodyguard for Scotland),

b. 1884 ; m. 1910, Helen Beatrice, d. of Alexander Murdoch,

of 23 Huntley Gardens, Glasgow ; and has issue —

Stephen Mitchell, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; and Katharine

Marion. Seat — Gilkerscleugh, Abington, Lanarkshire.

Clubs — Carlton ; St. Stephen's ; Caledonian ; Western

(Glasgow) ; and Stirling County.

MITCHELL (H. Coll.) Per chevron gules and sable,
in chief two mascles, and in base a rose or, on a chief
dancettee of the third, two fieurs-de-lys of the second.

base a greyhound salient of the first. Mantling sable,

-Edward William Mitchell

Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of two pipes in saltire or, a horse's head
couped sable. Motto — " Semper paratus."

Eldest son of William John Mitchell, of London,
6. 1859 ; d. 1926 ; m. 1883, Mary Esther, d. of the
late Edward Hooker, of London : —
Edward William Mitchell, Gentleman, formerly Lieut.
R.H. Gds., b. 1884 ; m. 1921, Marie-Th^rese, d. of Jean
Francois Calot, Surgeon, of Paris ; and has issue —
Francis-Philippe William Dominique Mitchell, Gentle-
man, b, 1923 ; Patrick Edward Alistair Mitchell, Gentle-
man, b. 1924 ; Dominic Edward Joseph Mitchell, Gentle-
man, b. 1928. Res. — Rosetiles, Le Touquet, Pas de
Calais, France. Clubs — Travellers', Bucks.

MITCHELL (H. Coll., 7 July 1920). Argent, three
piles conjoined one issuant from dexter chief azure,
one issuant from sinister chief gules, and one issuant
from base sable, between three chess-rooks that in chief
sable, that in the dexter gules, and that in the sinister
azure. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, an heraldic tiger passant gules, holding in
the dexter paw a chess-rook sable. Badge — An heraldic
tiger passant gules, holding in the dexter paw a chess-rook




Son of Richard Wilkinson Mitchell, of Lincoln,
b. 1856; m. 1883:—
Richard Oliver Mitchell, Gentleman, b. 1885. Res. —
Woodfield, Beulah Hill, Croydon. Surrey.

MITCHELL (L.O.). Sable, a fess masculy interlaced
between a garland of wheat and barley in chief, and in base
two battleaxes addorsed all or. Mantling sable, doubled or.
C res t — On a wreath of his liveries, an ear of wheat slipped
proper. Motto — " Sapiens qui assiduus."
Son of : —

Robert Armstrong Mitchell, Gentleman, Barrister-at-
Law, Middle Temple, and King's Inns, Dublin, b.
Res. — Marmont, Strandtown, Belfast.

MITCHELL (L.O.). Sable, on a fess between three
mascles or, a saltire couped azure, between two hand-
grenades inflamed gules. Mantling sable, doubled or.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, three ears of barley con-
joined in stalk entwined with a serpent all proper. Motto —
" Sapienter et constanter."
Son of : —

Robert Clare Mitchell, Esq., Capt. 1st Batt. Royal Scots
Fusiliers, b. . Postal address — c/o Lloyd's Bank, Cox's

and King's Branch .

M.A. (Cantab.), formerly Rector of Little Munden, Ware.
Born 1853, being the elder son of the late Major-General W.
St. Leger Mitchell, by his wife Margaret, dau. of Patrick
Agnew of Larne, co. Antrim, Ireland, and assumed in
1873 the surname of his paternal grandmother ne'e Car-
ruthers of Holmains, Dumfriesshire. Armorial bear-
ings — Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, two chevronels engrailed


between three fleurs-de-lys or (for Carruthers) ; 2 and 3,
sable, a fesse counter-embattled argent, between three
mascles or (for Mitchell). Mantling gules, doubled argent.
Crests — 1. on the dexter side, on a wreath of the liveries,
a cherub's head proper; Motto, " Promptus et fidelis"
(for Carruthers) ; 2. on the sinister side, on a wreath of the
liveries, St. Michael in armour holding a spear in his
dexter hand, the face, neck, arms and legs bare all
proper, the wings argent, and hair auburn. Motto — " Vir-
tute cresco" (for Mitchell). Married, Oct. 3, 1878,
Antonia, youngest dau. of the late Rev. A. A. Holden,
of Nuttall Temple, Notts. ; and has Issue — (1) Alexander
Douglas Mitchell-Carruthers, Gentleman, b. Oct. 4, 1882 ;
[m. 1915, Hon. Mary, d. of 1st Baron Trevor of Brynkinalt] ;
(2) Malcolm William Mitchell-Carruthers, Gentleman, b.
Sept. 21, 1884 ; (3) Nigel Laurie Mitchell-Carruthers,

Gentleman, b. Nov. 12, 1888; (4) John Erskine Mitchell-
Carruthers, Gentleman, b. Jan. 15, 1891 ; Margaret Antonia
[*». 1915, 4th Baron Langford of Summerhill, co. Meath
(d. 1919)] ; Emma Mary ; and Winifrid. Postal address —
Kingham Hill, Kingham, Oxon.

MITCHELL-GILL of Auchinroath (L.O., 26 March,

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