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tween seven cross crosslets in chief and six in base gules
(for Waterville) ; 36. gules, three bendlets vair, a label of
five points or (for Lathwath) ; 37. gules, two bars argent,
a canton ermine (for St. John) ; 38. azure, five fusils con-
joined in fesse or, each charged with a mullet gules (for
Plumpton); 39. argent, a chevron gules, between three
martlets sable (for Bagot) ; 40. gules, a lion rampant vaire
or and azure (for Combmartin) ; 41. argent, a lion rampant
gules (for Lyons) ; 42. argent, a fesse azure, between three
crescents gules (for Warkworth) ; 43. argent, on a chief
gules, five fusils conjoined in fesse of the first (for Pinck-
ney) ; 44. gules, three stirrups leathered and buckled or
(for Scudamore) ; 45. or, a cross pattee fitchee in the foot
gules (for Scudamore, ancient); 46. gules, three lions pas-
sant in pale argent (for Giffard) ; 47. or, two bars gemelles
and in chief a lion passant guardant gules (for Giffard) ;
48. gules, three stirrups leathered and buckled or (for
Wheler or Whelyn) ; 49 or, three chevronels gules (for
Spencer) ; 50. argent, a fesse gules, between three mullets
of six points sable (for Ewias) ; 51. ermine, two bars
gemelles gules (for Huntercombe) ; 52. gules, a bend and
bordure vair (for Hoding) ; 53. gules, a saltire argent, be-

tween four cross crosslets or (for Windsor) ; 54. gules, a
saltire argent (for FitzOther) ; 55. argent, on a bend
cottised sable, three trouts or (for Osborne); 56. azure, a
chevron between three quatrefoils slipped argent (for Vin-
cent) ; 57. azure, a cross engrailed ermine (for Stoughton) ;
58. quarterly sable and gules, a cross argent, between in
the first and fourth quarters three lance-rests, and in the
second and third as many cockatrices or (for Jones) ; 59.
argent, a lion rampant gules, charged on the shoulder with
a trefoil slipped or, within an orle of eight cross crosslets
fitchee of the second (for Brett); 60. argent, on a saltire
sable, five swans of the first (for Brough) ; 61. argent, a
fesse engrailed between six fleurs-de-lys sable (for Rich-
mond) ; 62. sable, three goats salient argent (for Thorold) ;
63. argent, three bars gules ; on a canton azure, a martlet
or (for Hough) ; 64. argent, a bend raguly sable, between
six pellets (for Marston) ; 65. argent, a cross potent gules,
between four pellets (for Brerehaugh). Mantling vert and
or. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the colours, on a mount
vert a hedgehog or (for Kyrle) ; 2. upon a wreath of the
colours, an eagle's head sable, erased argent, collared
gemelle, holding in the beak a fleur-de-lys or (for Money).
Motto — " Nil moror ictus."

Second son of Audley Walter Washbourne Money-
Kyrle, Esq., J. P. and D.L., b. 1846; d. 1908; m.
1887, Florence Cecilia, eldest d. of Horace Smith Bosan-
quet, Esq., of Broxbornebury, Broxbourne, Hertford : —
Roger Ernie Money-Kyrle, Gentleman, b. 1898 ; m. 1922,
Helen Juliet Rachel, d. of Samuel Middleton Fox, of Fa we
Park, Keswick, andhasissue — Ernie Money-Kyrle, Gentle-
man, b. 1923 ; Audley Francis Money-Kyrle, Gentleman,
b. 1925 ; Roger Spencer Money-Kyrle, Gentleman, b. 1928.
Estate and res. — Whetham, Calne, Wilts. Clubs — Jun.
Carlton, R.A.C.

Lieutenant-Colonel CHARLES MONK, Indian
Medical Service, J. P. and Magistrate of the 1st Class.

Born May n, 1854, being the eldest son of P. J. Monk of
co. Dublin, and Anne, dau. of H. J. Donelly. Armorial
bearings — Azure, on a chevron engrailed or, between in






chief two lions' heads erased of the last, and in base a castle
argent, flammant proper, a trefoil slipped vert. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — Out of a mural crown proper, two
wings expanded or, each charged with a trefoil slipped vert.
Motto — " Fervor non furor." Married, June 20, 1890, Vis-
comtesse Blanche Marie Louise de Baillou, dau. of Capt.
Count de Baillou ; and has had /?«<«— (1) Raymond Charles
de Baillou Monk, Gentleman, b. March 27, 1891, d. Nov. 22,
1900; (2) Gerald Patrick de Baillou Monk, Gentleman, b.
Aug. 4, 1892 ; and (3) Harold Henry de Baillou Monk,
Gentleman, b. June 4, 1894. Postal address —

MONINS (H. Coll.). Gules, three crescents or. Mant-
ling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
decrescent or. Motto — " Mediocria maxima."

J. P., C.A., of
m. 1885, Edith
for Ipswich, co.

Son of John Henry Monins, Esq.

Ringwould House, b. 1851 ; d. 1920

Julia, d. of late J. P. Cobbold, M.P.

Suffolk :—

John Eaton Monins, Esq., J. P. and C.C. co. Kent,
late Capt. i/4th The Buffs (T.F.), b. 1890; m. 1926,
Margaret Louise, d. of L. R. Carter, of Portland Place, St.
Louis, U.S.A. ; and has issue — Ray Stephen Carter Monins,
Gentleman, b. 1927. Seat — Ringwould House, Ringwould,
Kent. Clubs — Beefsteak, Bucks, Garrick.



MONRO of Auchinbowie (L.O., 26 Nov. 1906). Or,
an eagle's head raised gules, in its beak a branch of laurel
proper, in the dexter chief point a sinister hand erect

couped at the wrist, and in the sinister a mullet, both of the
second, all within a bordure engrailed azure. Mantling
gules, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, an
eagle rising holding in its beak a branch of laurel. Motto
— " Non inferiora."

Third son of Henry Monro of Crawford, N.S.W. , b.

1810 ; d. 1889 ; m. , Catherine, d. of Alexander

Power of Castle Clamult, co. Cork : —
Major George Nowlan Monro, late Worcs. Regt., b.

1857 ; m. 1906, Temp6 Eleanor Mary, eld. d. of Rt. Hon.
Sir Frederick Falkiner, P.C. ; and has issue — Alexander
George Falkiner Monro, Gentleman, b. 1908. Seat —
Auchinbowie House, Bannockburn, co. Stirling.

MONRO of Allan (L.O., 7 Feb. 1912). Or, an eagle's
head erased gules, on a chief azure, a stag's head caboshed
between two martlets of the field. Mantling gules doubled
or. Creit — On a wreath of his liveries, an eagle's head
erased gules. Motto — " Dread God."

Eldest son of the late Capt. Sir David Monro of
Allan, J. P., D.L., Insp.-Gen. of Constabulary of Scot-
land, b. 1839; d. 1909; m. 1865, Louisa Jane, d. of
Charles Pelly, I.C.S. :—
Major Charles Lloyd Doveton Monro, J. P., D. L. co.
Ross, late Captain 3rd Batt. Seaforth Highlanders and
British South African Police, b. 1868 ; m. 1921, Ada Marie,
d. of Col. Robert Maclaren, J. P., of Craigs, Linlithgow.
Seat — Allan, Fearn, Ross-shire. Club — Highland (Inver-

MONRO (1780 and 1802, cadet ofMonro of Bearcrofts,

c. 1672-7). Or, an eagle's he^ra erased gules, in
its beak a branch of laurel proper, in the dexter chief
point a sinister hand erected couped at the wrist of the
second, all within a bordure engrailed azure. Crest— An
eagle rising proper. Motto — " Non inferiora."

Eld. son of Alexander Binning-Munro, Gentleman, of
Softlaw, b. 1838 ; d. 1918 ; m. 1862, Elizabeth, d. of
Charles Edward Cotterell, R.N. : —
George Home Monro-Home, Gentleman, M.B. , CM.,

M.D. ft. 1865. Res. — Old House, Great Barton, Bury St.


MONRO (L.O.). Or, an eagle's head erased gules, in
its beak a branch of laurel proper, in the dexter chief
point a sinister hand erect couped at the wrist and in
the sinister a martlet both of the second, all within a
bordure engrailed azure. Mantling gules, doubled or.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, an eagle rising, in its
beak a branch of laurel proper. Motto — " Non inferiora."
Son of Henry Monro, Craiglochart, Scotland : —

Gen. Sir Charles Carmichael Monro, 1st Bart. (30 Dec.
1920), G.C.B., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., Knight of Grace of
the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem,
Governor and Comdr.-in-Chief, Gibraltar 1923-28, ft.
i860 ; m. 1912, Hon. Mary Townley-O'Hagan, D.B.E.,

d. of 1st Baron O'Hagan. Club — Army and Navy.

MONSELL (Confd. 18 Dec. 1873, U.O.). Argent, on a
chevron between three mullets sable, a trefoil slipped or.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a lion rampant proper, holding a mullet sable.
Motto — " Mone sale."

Son of the Rt. Hon. William Monsell, 1st Baron Emly,

P.C, b. 1812; d. 1894; m. 2nd, 1857, Bertha (d.

1890), d. of the Count of Montigny-Boulainvilliers: —

Rt. Hon. Thomas William Gaston Monsell, 2nd Baron

Emly (U.K., 12 Jan. 1874), State Steward in the Household

of the Lord Lieut, of Ireland (Earl Cowper, K.G. ), 1880-82,

and Gent. Usher to the Lord Lieut (Earl Spencer, K.G.),

1882-85 [Supporters — On either side a lion proper, gorged

with a collar vair, therefrom pendent an escutcheon of the

arms], b. 1858 ; m. 1881, Frances Vincent de la Poer {d.

1925), d. of John Power of Gurteen-le Poer, M.P. Seat —

Tervoe, co. Limerick. Club— Athenaeum.

MONSON (H. Coll.). Or, two chevronels gules. Mant-
ling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
lion rampant proper, supporting a column or. Motto —
" Prest pour 111 on pais."

Son of Debonnaire John Monson, 8th Baron Monson,

C.V.O., J. P. co. Kent, Serjeant-at-Arms to Queen

Victoria, Comptroller Of the Household of the Duke

of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, ft. 1830; d. 1900; m.

1861, Augusta Louisa Caroline, a Lady-in Waiting to

H.R.H. the Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and

d. of Lt.-Col. the Hon. Augustus Frederick Ellis: —

Rt. Hon. Sir Augustus Debonnaire John Monson, 9th

Baron Monson (28 May 1728), and Bart. (29 June 1611),

Attache 1 at Paris 1897-1900, and Priv. Sec. to the

Ambassador, Assist. Comp. of the Household and

Equerry to H.R.H. the late Duke of Saxe-Coburg and

Gotha 1900, Knt. of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of

St. John of Jerusalem [Supporters — Dexter, a lion or,

gorged with a collar, and having a line reflexed over the


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back azure, the collar charged with three crescents of the
first ; sinister, a griffin, wings elevated argent, beaked and
membered azure, collared and lined as the dexter], b.
1868 ; m 1903, Romaine, Lady of Grace of the Order of
the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, d. of the late Gen.
Roy Stone, U.S.A., and widow of Laurence Turnure of
New York ; and has issue — Hon. John Roseberry Monson,
b. 1907. Seats— Burton Hall, nr. Lincoln; Chart Lodge,
Sevenoaks. Club — Brooks's.

Sons of Rt. Hon. Sir Edmund John Monson, 1st Bart.,

P.C.G.C.B. (1896), G.C.M.G.( 1892), G.C.V.O. (1903),

M.A. Oxford Univ., b. 1834; d. 1909; m. 1881,

Eleanor Catherine Mary, d. of late Major Munro,

H.B.M. Consul-General at Monte Video: —

Sir Maxwell William Edmund John Monson, 2nd Bart.

(23 Feb. 1905), Managing Director of Maxwell Monson,

Ltd., Hon. Attache H.B.M. Embassy, Paris 1901-4, b. 1882 ;

m. 1912, Edna, d. of James Guilmour Power of New York.

Res. — Shadow Lawn, Stoke Poges, Bucks ; 2 Halkin Place,

S.W.i. Clubs — Junior Athenaeum, Royal Automobile.

Edmund St. John Debonnaire John Monson, Esq.,
Envoy Extra, and Min. Plen. and Consul-Gen. Columbia
since 1926, b. 1883. Club — St. James's.
George Louis Esme" John Monson, Esq., b. 1888. Res. —
Sons of Rev. and Hon. Evelyn John Monson, M.A. ,
Vicar of Croft, Lincolnshire, b. 1838; d. 1892; m,
1872, Anne Grace Hynde, d. of late James Kinnear,
W.S., of Edinburgh :—
William John Monson, Esq., Chief Political Officer of
the Forces in German East Africa during 1916-17 (des-
patches), M.A. (Oxon.), 6.1873. Res.— 9 Palazzo Vario,
Alassio, Italy. Club — Union.

Charles Evelyn John Monson, Esq., Capt. late Lines.
Regt., b. 1878. Res. —

Christopher John Monson, Gentleman, 6. 1881. Club —

Sons of Rev. Thomas John Monson, M.A., Canon of
York and Rural Dean, Rector of Kirby-under-Dale, b.
1825 ; d. 1887 ; m. 1856, Hon. Caroline Isabella, d. of
Wm. George, 5th Vise. Galway: —
George John Monson, Gentleman, A.M.I. C.E., 6.1857.
Res. —

Alfred John Monson, Gentleman, b. i860; m. 1881,
Agnes Maude, d. of William Day of Eversley Garth, co.
York ; and has issue — Philip Evelyn John Monson, Gentle-
man, b. i887[#*. 1920, Doris Murray, of Louisiana, U.S. A.] ;
and five daus. Res. — 31 Josephine Avenue, Brixton Hill.S.W.
Henry John Monson, Gentleman, b. 1862; m. 1901,
Theodosia Anne Emily, d. of Rev. George Howard Wright,
of White Hill House, West Liss, Hants; and has issue —
Thomas Debonnaire John Monson, Gentleman, b. 1905 ;
and two daus. Res. — Firdale, Chorley Wood, Herts. Club
— Turf (Cairo).

Gilbert John Monson-Fitz-John, Capt. Border Regt.,
Major R.A.F. (T.F.), served Great War (despatches),
F.R.Hist.S., F.RS.L, b. 1870; m. 1909, Ellen, d. of
William J. Sanderson of Durham. Res. —



MONTAGU(H.Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, three
lozenges conjoined in fesse gules, within a bordure sable
(for Montagu) ; 2 and 3, or, an eagle displayed vert,
beaked and membered gules (for Monthermer). Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — A griffin's head couped at the
neck or, gorged with a plain collar argent, charged with
three lozenges gules, between two wings expanded sable.
Supporters — On the dexter an heraldic antelope or, armed,
unguled, and tufted argent ; on the sinister a griffin or,
collared as in the crest. Motto — " Disponendo me non
mutando me."

Son of the Most Noble George Victor Drogo Mon-
tagu, 8th Duke of Manchester, b. 1853 ; d. 1892,
m. 1876, Consuelo (d. 1909), d. of Don Antonio
Yznaga del Valle, of Ravenswood, U.S.A. : —
Most Noble William Angus Drogo Montagu, P.C.,
9th Duke of Manchester (28 Ap. 1719), Earl of Manchester
(5 Feb. 1626), Viscount Mandeville, Baron Montagu of
Kimbolton, Hunts. (19 Dec. 1620), J.P., D.L. co.
Armagh, Capt. of the Yeoman of the Guard 1906-7, Capt.
(ret.) K.R.R.C, b. 1877 ; m. 1900, Helena, d. of Eugene
Zimmerman, of Cincinnatti, U.S.A. ; and has issue —
Alexander George Francis Drogo Montagu, commonly

called Viscount Mandeville, b. 1902 [m. 1927, Nell Vere,
d. of Sidney Vere Stead, of Melbourne, and has issue — a
son, b. 1929] ; Lord Edward Eugene Fernando Montagu,
b. 1906 ; Lady Mary Alice ; Lady Ellen Millicent Louise.
Seats — Kimbolton Castle, St. Neots, Hunts. ; Brampton
Park, Hunts. ; Kylemore Castle, Connemara ; Tandaragee
Castle, co. Armagh. C/«&— Marlborough.

MONTAGU. Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, three
lozenges conjoined in fesse gules, within a bordure sable
(for Montagu) ; 2 and 3, or, an eagle displayed vert,
beaked and membered gules (for Monthermer). Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — A griffin's head couped or
beaked sable, wings endorsed of the last. Supporters — On
the dexter a triton proper, crowned with an Eastern crown
or, and holding in the dexter hand a trident sable ; on
the sinister an eagle, wings endorsed vert. Motto — " Post
tot naufragia portum."

Son of Hon. Victor Alexander Montagu, Rear-Adm.
R.N., b. 1841 ; d. 1915 ; m. 1867, Lady Agneta
Yorke, d. of 4th Earl of Hardwicke : —
Rt. Hon. George Charles Montagu, 9th Earl of Sand-
wich (12 July 1660), Viscount Hinchingbrooke, and Baron
Montagu of St. Neots, both co. Huntingdon, M.A.
(Oxon.), M.P. for South Hunts. 1900-1906, C.C., J. P., b.
1874; m. 1905, Alberta, J. P., d. of the late William
Sturges, of New York ; and has issue — Alexander Victor
Edward Paulet Montagu, commonly called Viscount
Hinchingbrooke, b. 1906 ; Hon. William Drogo Sturges
Montagu, b. 1908 ; Lady Mary Faith ; Lady Elizabeth.
Seat — Hinchingbrooke, Huntingdon. Clubs — Carlton ;
Burlington Fine Arts; Beefsteak, Cavendish.

MONTAGU (H. Coll.). Argent, on a pale sable,
between in dexter chief and sinister base a dexter gaunt-
let closed, a like dexter gauntlet all counter changed

Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a plate, a dexter gauntlet holding a
cross crosslet fitchee erect sable. Motto—" Sapientia
meum scutum est."

Sons of Alfred John Montagu, Gentleman, b. 1856 ;
m. 1 89 1, Hester Vaudrey, d. of James Holland, of
Cheetham Hill, Manchester :

Ainsley Marshall Randall Montagu, Esq., Capt. King
George's Own Sappers and Miners, b. 1891 ; m. 1918,
Margaret, d. of James Rumsby, Civil Engineer, P.W.D.,
India ; and has issue — John Humphrey Montagu, Gentle-
man, b. 1919 ; Rupert Courtneidge Montagu, Gentleman,
b. 1925. Res. — Meadow Croft, Cowley, Middx.

The late Herbert Gerald Montagu, Gentleman, Lieut.
R. Fusiliers, b. 1892 ; killed in action, 1916.

The late Rupert Samuel Montagu, Esq., Lieut. R.N.,
D.S.C., Flight-Lieut. R.A.F.,6. 1895 ; killed in disaster to
Airship R38, 1921.



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MONTAGU, of Igmanthorpe (R.L. 4 Nov. 1903,
H. Coll.). Quarterly, first and fourth grand quarters,
argent, three fusils joined in fesse gules, within a bordure
sable (Montagu) ; second and third grand quarters,
quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, a wolf salient or, in chief three
pierced mullets argent, on a canton or, a cross patee gules
(Wilson); 2 and 3, argent, a fesse gules, between three
elephants' heads erased sable (Fountayne). Mantling
gules and argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours,
a griffin's head couped or, wings addorsed and beaked
sable (Montagu) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a demi-
wolf proper, holding between the paws an escutcheon
sable, charged with a ducal coronet or (Wilson) ; 3. upon
a rock proper, an elephant statant erminois (Fountayne).

Son of James Wilson, Esq., J.P. W.R. Yorks., High

Sheriff cos. Cambridge and Hunts., b. 1819 ; d. 1891 ;

m. 1874, Laura Adeline, ygr. d. of Ernest Thellusson,

Mount Auldyn, Isle of Man : —
Frederick James Osbaldeston Montagu (formerly Wilson),
Esq., O.B.E., M.CJ.P. (High Sheriff 1910) Yorks., J.P.
Essex, Capt. Res. of Officers, late Lieut. Coldstream Guards,
b. 1878; m. 1906, Louisa, d. of William Collier Angove,
and widow of Edward Underwood ; and has issue — (1)
Andrew James Fountayne Montagu, Gentleman, b. 1908;
(2) George Montagu, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; (3) Charles Mon-
tagu, Gentleman, b. 191 1 ; and Rosemary. Seats — Short-
grove Hall, Newport, Essex ; Igmanthorpe Hall, Wetherby,
Yorks. Town res. — 17 Grosvenor Street, W. Clubs —
Carlton, Guards', Naval and Military.

MONTAGU. Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent three lozenges
conjoined in fesse gules, within a bordure sable (Montagu) ;
2 and 3, or, an eagle displayed vert, beaked and membered
gules (Monthermer). Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a griffin's head couped at the
neck or, between two wings sable, gorged with a plain
collar argent, charged with three lozenges gules.

Sons of General Sir Horace William Montagu, K.C.B.,
Knight of the Legion of Honour, Gen. and Col.
Commandant R.E., b. 1823; d. 1916 ; m. 1859,
Catherine Frances (d. 1924), dau. of the late General
Poole Vallancey England : —
Edward Montagu, Esq., C.B.E., Col. late comdg. 1st
Battalion Suffolk Regiment, b. 1861 ; m. 1894, Charlotte Eva,
dau. of the late Edward Kemble, late Judge of the
Supreme Court, Jamaica ; and has issue — Charles Edward
Montagu, Gentleman, Lieut. R.E., b. 1900 [m. 1928,
Rachael, d. of the late H. Martin, ofSwaffham]. Res. —
Holmwood, Swaffham, Norfolk.
William Montagu, Esq.,£. 1867.

Drogo Montagu, Esq., b. 1870 ; m. 1901, Marion, dau.
of the late Rear-Admiral F. Proby Doughty. Res. —
Bellair, Charmouth, Dorset.

i. and iiii. the Royal Arms of King Charles II. (namely,
quarterly, 1 and 4, France and England, 2. Scotland, 3.
Ireland, debruised by a baton sinister argent ; ii. or, on a
bend azure, a mullet of six points between two crescents of
the field (Scott); iii. quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a human
heart gules, crowned with an Imperial crown or, and on a
chief azure three mullets of the field (Douglas); 2 and 3,
azure, a bend between six cross crosslets fitchee or (Mar),
the whole of this quarter within a bordure or, charged with
the double tressure of Scotland gules. Mantling gules
doubled ermine. Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries,
a stag trippant proper, attired and unguled or. Supporters
— Two females, richly attired in antique habits vert, their
under robes azure, the uppermost argent, and upon their
heads plumes of three ostrich feathers of the last. Motto —
" Amo."

Son of the Most Noble Sir William Henry Walter
Montagu-Douglas-Scott, 6th Duke of Buccleuch and
8th Duke of Queensberry, K.G., K.T. , P.C., Lord-
Lieut, of Dumfriesshire, D.L., J. P., b. 1831 ; d. 1914;
m. 1859, Lady Louisa Jane Hamilton, third d. of 1st
Duke of Abercorn, K.G. : —
The Most Noble Sir John Charles Montagu-Douglas-Scott,
K.T., 7th Duke of Buccleuch (20 April 1663), and 9th Duke
of Queensberry, Marquess of Dumfriesshire, Earl of Drum-
lanrig, Buccleuch, Sanquhar, and Dalkeith, Viscount Nith,
Torthorwald, and Ross, Baron Douglas of Kinmont, Mid-
dlebie, Dornock, Scott of Buccleuch, Whitchester, and Esk-
dale in Scotland, Earl of Doncaster, co. Yorks., and Baron
Scott of Tindale, co. Northumberland, Lord Clerk Register
in Scotland since 1926, Captain of the Royal Company of

Archers, late Lieut. R. N., Lord Lieutenant of Dumfries-
shire, D.L. Midlothian, Selkirk and Roxburgh, M.P. 1895-
1906, b. 1864; m. 1893, Lady Margaret Alice Bridgeman,
d. of 4th Earl of Bradford; and has issue — (1) Walter
John Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Esq., commonly called Earl
of Dalkeith, Lt.-Col. K.O.S.B., late Lieut. Gren. Guards,
A.D.C. to Gov.-Gen. of Canada, D.L. Roxburgh and
Selkirk, M.P. for same cos. since 1923, Brigadier, Royal
Company of Archers,*. 1894 [m. 1921, Esther Mary, d. of
the late Major W. F. Lascelles, Scots Guards ; and has
issue — Walter Francis John Montagu- Scott- Douglas,
commonly called Lord Eskdaile, b. 1923 ; Lady Elizabeth
Diana ; and Lady Caroline Margaret (Seat — Eildon
Hall, St. Boswells, N.B.)]; (2) Lord William Walter
Montagu-Douglas-Scott, M.C. , Captain 10th Hussars, b.
1896 ; (3) Lord George Francis John Montagu- Douglas-
Scott, b. 1911 ; Lady Margaret Ida [m. 1926, Lieut. -Com-
mander G. A. B. Hawkins, M.V.O., D.S.C., R.N.] ; Lady
Sybil Anne [m. 19 19, Charles Bathurst Hele Phipps,
1st Life Guards] ; Lady Alice Christabel ; Lady Mary
Theresa [m. 1929, Lord Burghley, eld. son of Marquess of
Exeter] ; and Lady Angela Christine Rose. Seats — Bow-
hill, co. Selkirk ; Langholm, Dumfriesshire ; Broughton
House, Kettering, Northants. Res. — 2 Grosvenor Place,
S.W. Clubs — Travellers', Carlton, Naval and Military,
New (Edinburgh).

MONTAGU-POLLOCK (R.L., 9 Aug. 1873, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, 1 and 4 azure, three fleurs-de-lys within a bordure
embattled or, and for an honourable augmentation in re-
spect of the first Baronet's distinguished services in the
Afghan war, on a chief of the second an Eastern crown
gules superinscribed " Kyber," and on a canton ermine
three cannons fessewise in pale sable (Pollock, L. O. , 1847) ;
2 and 3, per pale argent and gules, four lozenges con-
joined in fesse counterchanged (Montagu). Mantling azure
and or. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the colours, a lion
rampant guardant argent, adorned with an Eastern crown
or, holding in his dexter paw in bend an Afghan banner
displayed gules, bordered or and vert, the staff broken in
two, and in his sinister paw a part of the broken staff, and
in an escroll over the same this motto, "Afghanistan";
2. upon a wreath of the colours, a boar passant quartered
embattled or and vert, pierced through the sinister shoulder
with an arrow proper, and in an escroll over the same this
Motto, " Audacter et Strenue" (Pollock) ; 3. upon a wreath
of the colours, a griffin's head couped erminois, wings en-
dorsed and collared pean ; and in an escroll over the same
this Motto, ' ' Spectemur agendo " (Montagu). Supporters
— Dexter, an heraldic tiger sable, maned, tufted, and
gorged with an Eastern crown and chain reflexed over the
back or, pendent by a chain from the crown an escutcheon,
also or, charged with a bomb fired proper ; sinister, a
talbot sable, gorged, chained as the dexter, and pendent
from the crown a like escutcheon.

Only surv. son of Sir Frederick Montagu- Pollock, 2nd
Bart., b. 1815; d. 1874; m. 1861, Laura Caroline, only
surv. d. of Henry Seymour Montagu of Westleton
Grange, Suffolk : —
Sir Montagu Frederick Montagu-Pollock, 3rd Bart.
(26 March 1872), B.A. Camb. , b. 1864; m. 1899, Margaret
Angela, d. of William A. Bell of Pendell Court, Bletch-
ingley ; and has issue — (1) George Seymour Montagu-
Pollock, Esq., Lieut. R.N. (ret.), b. 1900 [m. 1927, Karen
Sophie, d. of HansL. Dedekam, of Oslo, Norway, and has
issue— Giles Hampden Montagu- Pollock, Esq., b. 1928];
(2) Hubert Vernon Montagu-Pollock, Esq., b. 1902; (3)

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