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[impales the arms of Moon, namely — argent, an eagle

displayed gules, two flaunches of the second, each charged

with a fleur-de-lys of the first, on a chief of the second

three crescents of the first], b. 1857; m. 1889, Constance

Mary, d. of Robert Moon, M.A. , Barr.-at-Law ; and has

had issue— (1) Christopher Moor, Gentleman, B.A. of Pemb.

Coll., Cambs., and of McGill Univ., Montreal, b. 1892;

killed in action 1915 ; (2) Frewen Moor, Gentleman, M.C..

M.A., M.D. Trin. Coll., Camb., late R. Berks. Regt.,

b. 1893 l m - i9 2 6, Lucy Petronella Noel, d. of Rev. John

Storrs, D.D., Dean of Rochester] ; and has issue — John

Frewen Moor, Gentleman, b. 1927] ; (3) Oswald Moor.

Gentleman, B.A. Cambridge, b. 1901 ; Rosalie; and

Veronica. Res. — 14 Lexham Gardens. Kensington, W. 8.

MOORE, see PARKIN-MOORE, and STREAT-
FEILD-MOORE.

MOORE of Hancox (H. Coll.). Argent, on a fesse
between two garbs azure, three mullets or. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
in front of a Moor's head proper, a garb barwise or.
Motto — " Nitor in adversum."

Eldest son of Sir Norman Moore, ist Bart., M.D.,
F.R.C.P., b. 1847 ; d. 1922 ; by his ist wife, m. 1880,
Amy, d. of William Leigh Smith, of Crowham,
Sussex : —
Sir Alan Hilary Moore, 2nd Bart. (28 May i9ig),M.B.,
B.Ch. (Camb.), late temp. Surg. R.N., b. 1882; m.
1922, Hilda Mary, d. of Rt. Rev. Winfrid Burrows, 96th
Bishop of Chichester ; and has issue — Norman Winfrid
Moore, Esq., b. 1923; and Hilary Mary. Res. — South-
over Old Rectory, Lewes, Sussex. Club — Oxford and
Cambridge.



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-MOORE (U.O., 1579). Azure, on a chief indented or,
three mullets pierced gules. Mantling azure and or,
Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a Moor's head proper,
wreathed about the temples argent and azure. Suppor-



MOORE of London (H. Coll.). Or, a moorcock be-
tween three clusters of harebells proper, a bordure vert.
Mantling vert and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, on a bush of heather a moorcock both proper.




ters— Two greyhounds argent. Motto— " Fords cadere,

cedere, non potest." Livery— Blue, with orange facings.

Son of Rt. Hon. Ponsonby William Moore, Earl of

Drogheda, Viscount Moore of Drogheda, and Baron

Moore of Mellefont in the Peerage of Ireland, Rep.

Irish Peer, J. P., D.L., b. 1846; d. 1908 ; m. 1879, Anne

Tower, d. of George Moir, D. L. , formerly Sheriff of the

co. of Stirling : —

Rt. Hon. Henry Charles Ponsonby Moore, C.M.G., Earl

of Drogheda (14 June 1661), Viscount Moore of Drogheda,

(7 Feb. 1621), Baron Moore of Mellefont (20 July 1616),

Irish Honours, b. 1884; m. 1st, 1909, Kathleen, C.B.E. (who

obtained a divorce 1922), youngest d. Charles M. Pelham

Burn; 2nd, 1922, Olive Mary, d. of George Meatyard ;

and has issue— Charles Garrett Ponsonby Moore, commonly

called Viscount Moore, b. 1910; and Lady Patricia Doreen.

Seat— Moore Abbey, co. Kildare. Res.— 6 Victoria Road,

W.8.



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Badge — A moorcock's feather between two sprigs ot

heather in sal tire proper, entiled by a circlet or. Motti

" Moribus antiquis."

Son of Edward Cecil Horatio Moore, Esq..
Brockville, Ontario, Canada (eld. s. of 1st Bart., see
below), b. 1876 ; killed in action at Vimy Ridge, 9
April 1917 ; m. 1905, Kathleen Mary, d. of Edward
Stanton Oliver, of Sudbury, co. Suffolk : —
Sir Edward Stanton Moore, 2nd Bart. (25 Oct. (1923),

6. 1910. Res. — Parklands, Ockley, Surrey.

Yr. sons of Sir Edward Cecil Moore, 1st Bt., Lord
Mayor of the City of London, b. 1851 ; d. 1923;
m. (1st), 1876, Sarah Ann (d. 1887), d. of Horatio
Brown Mead of London ; (2nd), 1893, Florence Mary
Georgiana, d. of James Haverson, of Stamford Hill : —
Harold Meade Moore, Esq., M.B.E., M.C., late Major

R.A.S.C, b. 1878. Res. — Polesdon, Buccleuch Road,

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Eric Edward James Moore, Esq., Capt. Roy. Innis-
killing Fus., b. 1894; m. 1928, Gertrude, d. of Frank
F. Vanderhoef, of New York. Post, address — 8 Cumber-
land House, Kensington Gore, W.8.

Ronald George Moore, Esq., b. 1903; m. 1928, Barbara,
. of Charles Elwes, of Bournemouth. Res. —

MOORE (H. Coll.). Argent, on a chevron between three
Moors' heads couped at the shoulders sable, a mitre or
between on either side two swords in saltire proper, pom-
mels and hilts gold. Mantling sable and argent. Crest
On a wreath of the colours, in front of a Moor's head as in
the arms, a crozier or.

Son of Rev. Edward Moore, Hon. Canon of Canterbury,
and Lady Harriet Janet, d. of the 4th Duke of
Buccleuch : —

Adm. Sir Arthur William Moore, G.C.B. (191 1), G.C.V.O.
(1911), C.M.G. (1892), served in Egyptian War 1882, re-
presented England at Anti-Slavery Congress at Brussels
1889, Member Australian Defence Committee 1 890-1, Naval
Lord of the Admiralty 1898-1901, Com. -in-Chief at the
Cape 1901-4, Second in Command of the Channel Fleet
1905, Com. -in-Chief on the China Station 1906-8, Com. -in-
Chief at Portsmouth 1911-12, A.D.C. to Queen Victoria
1895-9, Grand Cross of Norwegian Order of St. Olaf 1906,
£.1847. Res. — 55 Cadogan Street, S.W.3. Club— United
Service.



MOORE (H. Coll.). Azure, a bendlet or, on a chief
indented of the second three mullets gules. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — Issuant out of a coronet com-
posed of five roses set upon a rim or, a Moor's head and
shoulders proper, round the neck a circlet or, and about
the temples a wreath or and azure. Motto — " Fortis
cadere cedere non potest."

Son of Hobart Moore, of Bengoe, Herts. : —

Sir Harold John de Courcy Moore, Knt. Bach. (1922),
F.C. A., Alderman and Lieut, of City of London, Maj.
(ret.) R.F.C., b. 1877 ; m. 1st, 1906, Jeanne Germaine
(divorced 1924), d. of Eugene Gokel, of St. Leonards ;
and has issue — Norman de Courcy Moore, Esq., b. 1907 ;
Hobart Harold de Courcy Moore, Esq., b. 1909 ; Germaine
de Courcy [m. 2nd, 1924, Mary, d. of the late J. C.
Cuthbertson]. Res. — 29 Chelsea Park Gardens, S.W.3.
Clubs — City Carlton, Constitutional, R.A.F.



MOORE (Confn. U.O. 1848). Argent, on a fesse azure,
three mullets of the field, a bordure gules, charged with
eight trefoils slipped or. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — Out of a naval crown, a Moor's head all proper.
Motto — " Dura patientia frango."

Sons of Joseph Henry Moore, Gentleman, A. I.M.

(Dub.), County Surveyor Westmeath, 1870; Meath,

1874-1907, Pres. Inst. C. E. (Irel.), 1907-8, b. 1844; d.

1912; m. 1871, Elizabeth Jane, d. of Rev. Robert W.

King, Rector of Portglenone, co. Antrim : —
Ven. Robert Henry Moore, M.A. (Dub.), Archdeacon of
Northam, Canon of Perth, West Australia, b. 1872 ; m.
1st. 1901, Jane (d. 1916), d. of Joseph Watterson of Ard-
glass ; and has issue — Frank Lucius Patrick Moore, Gentle-
man, b. 1905; Charles Hubert George Moore, Gentleman, b.
1910; and Kathleen Mary; m. 2nd, 1921, d. of the Arch-
bishop of Perth.W.A. ; and has further issue — John Robert
Moore, Gentleman, b. 1926 ; and Pauline Betty. Res. —
Northam, Western Australia.

Hugh Lucius Moore, Gentleman, b. 1878; m. 1901,
Mary, d. of Joseph Tucker of Bunbury, W. Australia ; and
has issue — Guy Joseph Finn Moore, Gentleman, b. 1905 ;
William Hugh Moore, Gentleman, b. 1906; Mary Doreen ;
and Elizabeth.

William Brownlow Ashe Moore, Gentleman, L.R. C.S.I. ,
b. 1879 ; m. 1906, Agnes Mary, d. of Hamilton Rankin
Graham of Fahan, co. Donegal. Address— Civil Medical
Dept., Hong Kong.

George Moore, Gentleman, b. 1884 ; m. 1922, and has
issue — 1 son and 1 dau.

Son of Rev. Patrick Moore, M.A. (Dub.), b. 1819 ;

d. 1848 ; m. 1842, Ellen Mary, d. of Rev. Henry Ashe,

Rector of Acton, co. Armagh : —
William Patrick Moore, Gentleman, M.Inst. C.E. (Irel.),
Assistant Engineer Dublin Port and Docks Board (retired
1912), b. 1846; m. 1874, Frederica, d. of John Dudley
Fletcher of Danestown, co. Dublin; and has surv. issue,
with three daus. — (1) George Henry Moore, Gentleman, b.



1876; (2) Dudley Fletcher Moore, Gentleman, b. 1882; (3)
Frederick Yorke Shegog Moore, Gentleman, b. 1883; (4)
Robert Ashe Moore, Gentleman, b. 1885. Res. —

MOORE (U.O.). Azure, on a chief engrailed or, a rose
gules, barbed and seeded proper, between two mullets
pierced of the third. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
Out of a mural crown proper, a Moor's head also proper,
wreathed about the temples argent and azure, and charged
on the neck with a rose gules, barbed vert. Motto —
" Fortis cadere cedere non potest."

Son of Arthur John Moore, Esq., J. P., D.L. , b. 1849 ;

d. 1904; m 1887, Mary Lucy Clifford, d. of Sir Charles

Clifford, Bart., of Hatherton Hall, co. Stafford:—

Charles Joseph Henry O'Hara Moore, Esq., M.C., Capt.

Irish Guards, served Great War 1914-19 (despatches),

J. P., D.L. co. Tipperary, b. 1880; m. 1917, Lady Dorothie.

d. of 9th Earl of Denbigh, and has issue — 4 daus. Seats —

Mooresfort, and Aherlow Castle, Bansha, co. Tipperary,

Clubs — Guards', White's.

Sir JOHN WILLIAM MOORE, Knt. Bach. (1900),
Doctor of Medicine, Master of Surgery, M.A. Univ. Dub.,
D.Sc. (honoris causa) of the University of Oxford, and
Diplomate in Public Health of the University of Dublin ;
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland
(President 1898-1900), ex-Scholar of Trinity College,
Dublin, Honorary Fellow of the Swedish Society of
Physicians, Senior Physician to the Meath Hospital, Dublin,
formerly Professor of the Practice of Medicine, Royal
College of Surgeons in Ireland, an Honorary Physician-in-
Ordinary to H.M. the King in Ireland (1912), a Deputy-
Lieutenant for the County Borough of Dublin (1910). Born
Oct. 23, 1845, being elder son of William Daniel Moore, M.D.
(Dub. et Cantab.), M.R.I. A., by his wife Catherine Mary,
eldest d. of Mark Monsarrat of Dublin. Armorial
hearings (Confn. U.O. n June 1900)— Azure, on a chief




dancettee or, a fleam between two mullets gules. Mant-
ling azure and or. Crest — Out of a ducal crest coronet
gold, charged with a fleam gules, a Moor's head in pro-
file proper, wreathed about the temples or and azure.
Motto — " Fortis cadere cedere non potest." Livery— Blue.
Married, firstly, Jan. 4, 1876, Ellie (d. April 21, 1878),
only dau. of the late John Ridley, M. D. , of Moore Hall,
Tullamore, King's Co. ; and secondly, March 15, 1881,
Louisa Emma, youngest dau. of the late Edmund J.
Armstrong, Esq., D.L. , of Lismoher, Kilfenora, co. Clare,
and Lower Leeson Street, Dublin ; and has had Issue (by
first marriage) — Elizabeth Eleanor Mary ; Elsie \m.



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July 2, 1902, Reginald Arthur Percy Rogers, M.A.,
Fellow of Trinity Coll., Dublin (who died 1923)]; (by
second marriage) -(1) William Edmund Armstrong Moore,
Esq., M.A. (Dublin), b. June 13, 1882 ; d. 1923 ; (2) Arthur
Robert Moore, Esq., M.C., Capt. 4th London Regt., M.A.
(Dublin), Barrister-at-Law, b. July 22, 1883; killed in
action 1916 ; (3) Maurice Sydney Moore, Esq., M.D.,
B.A. (Dublin), Surg.-Comdr. R.N., b. March 31, 1886 [m.
1924, Ida Mary, d. of the late Robert Masterton, Gentle-
man, of Dunbar and Edinburgh, and has issue— John
Edmund Keir Moore, Gentleman, b. 1926]; and Nora
Gladys. Res.— 40 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin. Clubs -
University (Dublin), Oxford Medical Graduates.

JOSEPH HALL MOORE, Esq., J. P. for Derbyshire,
Lieut.-Col. Commanding (and Hon. Col.) 3rd Batt.

(Mil.) Derbyshire Regt. (ret.) Born , third son of the

late William Cameron Moore, Esq. , J. P. , of Bamford, Derby-
shire, by his wife Eliza Louisa, eldest dau. of Joseph Hall,
Solicitor, of Castleton, co. Derby. Armorial bearings-
Azure, a swan argent, wings elevated or, a bordure nebuly
of the last, on a chief of the second a lion passant of the
first, between two flowers of the cotton-tree slipped proper.
Mantling azure and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a
wreath of the colours, a swan argent, wings elevated, barry
of six or and azure, holding in the beak a flower of the
cotton-tree as in the arms. Motto—" Mores hoc mutati."
Residence— Castleton, Derbyshire, vid Sheffield.

MOORE. (U.O.) Azure, on a chief cottised or, a mullet
voided gules, between two trefoils slipped vert. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — A Moor's head proper, issuant out
of a crest coronet charged on the neck with a mullet voided
or. Motto — " Fortis cadere cedere non potest.''
Son of Robert Waters Moore, of Adelaide : —

Henry Percival Moore, Esq., J. P. Adelaide, b.
Res. — Adelaide, Australia.

MOORE of Moore Fort (U.O.)- Azure, on a chief en-
grailed or, an annulet between two mullets gules. Mant-
ling azure and or. Crest— Out of a mural crown charged
with an annulet gules, a Moor's head in profile also
proper, the temples encircled with a wreath argent and
azure. Motto — "Fortis cadere cedere non potest."

Eldest surviving son of the late William Moore, Esq.,

J. P. (High Sheriff 1847), LL.D., Barrister-at-Law, by

his wife Mary Shuldham, eldest d. of John Hill, Esq.,

J. P., of Bellaghy Castle, Castledawson, co. Derry: —

John Moore, Esq., J. P. New Zealand, b. 1854; m. 1884,

Amy Elizabeth (d. 1912), second d. of late John Nicholls

of Chester ; and has issue — William Geoffrey Mocre,

Gentleman, b. 1885; and a dau. Seat — Moore Fort,

Ballymoney, co. Antrim. Res. — Riverbank, Napier, New

Zealand. Clubs — Hawkes Bay, Napier, both in New

Zealand.

MOORE (H. Coll.). Or, on a chevron pean between
three Moors' heads in profile couped at the neck proper,
wreathed about the temples argent and sable, a pheon of
the field. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, a swan, wings elevated argent, charged on
the breast with a pheon sable, in front of bulrushes proper.
Motto — " Animum rege."

Son of Thomas George Cams Moore, Esq., Major

42nd Royal Highlanders, b. 1838 ; d. 1903 ; tn.

Mary Hasluck, d. of Robert Campbell of Allan Park,

Stirling : —
William Fawcett Campbell Moore, Gentleman, b. 1876.
Res.—

MOORE of Moore Hall (U.O., 2 Feb 1773). Argent,
a chevron gules between three moorcocks proper. Mant-
ling gules and argent. Crest — On a coronet or, a moor-
cock proper Motto — " Fortis cadere cedere non potest."

Sons of George Henry Moore, Esq., of Moore Hall,

J. P. and D.L., M.P. co. Mayo (Sheriff 1867), b. 1810 ;

d. 1870; tn. 1851, Mary, eld. d. of Maurice Blake

of Ballinafad, co. Mayo : —
George Augustus Moore, Esq., High Sheriff co. Mayo,
b. 1852. Seat— Moore Hall, Ballyglass, co. Mayo. Res.—
121 Ebury Street, S.W.

Maurice George Moore, Esq., C.B. , Col. Connaught
Rangers,*. 1854; tn. 1889, Evelyn, d. of late J. Stratford
Handcock of Carantrila Park, co. Galway ; and has issue—
(1) Maurice George Henry Patrick Moore, Gentleman,
b. 1894; (2) Ulick Augustus George Moore, Gentleman.



b. 1896. Seat — Moore Hall, Ballyglass, co. Mayo. Res. —
5 Sea View Terrace, Donnybrook, Dublin.

The late Augustus Moore, Gentleman, b. 1856; d. 1910;
tn. 1891, Justina, d. of late Sir John Braddick Monckton,
Town Clerk of the City of London ; and left issue — Peter
Augustus John Falkland Moore, Gentleman, b. 1891. Res. —

Henry Julian Moore, Gentleman, b. 1864. Res. —

MOORE of Barne (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, a
swan close argent, membered or, within a bordure engrailed
of the second (Moore); 2 and 3, gules, a chief or, over all
a bend ermine (Pennefather). Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a goshawk preying
on a coney, both proper. Motto — " Vis unita fortior."

Son of Stephen Moore, Esq., of Barne, J. P. and D.L.

(M.P. 1875-1880, and High Sheriff 1885) co. Tipperary,

b. 1836; d. 1897; tn. 1st, 1867, Anna Maria, only d.

and h. of Wilmer Wilmer : —

Randal Kingsmill Moore, Esq., J. P. and D.L. (High

Sheriff 1904) co. Tipperary, late Lieut. 3rd Batt. Leinster

Regt., b. 1873; tn. 1909, Lilian Julietta Mabson, yst. d. of

Henry John Simonds of The Rectory, Caversham. Seat —

Barne, nr. Clonmel.

Only son of Lt.-Col. Richard St. Leger Moore, C.B.,
J. P. co. Kildare, late 9th, 12th, and 5th Lancers,
[Arms of Moore only], b. 1848 ; d. 1921 ; tn. 1873,
Alice Geraldine, d. of Joseph Pratt Tynte, Esq., D.L. ,
of Tynte Park, co. Wicklow: —
Richard Stephen Tynte St. Leger Moore, Esq., Major
12th Lancers, b. 1890. Seat — Killashee, Naas, co. Kildare.
Son of Capt. Stephen Blyth Moore, Royal Scots, b.
1850; d. 1901 ; tn. 1881, Hester Marion, d. of A.
Wedderburn : —
Stephen Moore, Esq., Capt. R.N., b. 1F84.

MOORE (H. Coll.) Per chevron argent and sable, two
chevronels between in chief two Moors' heads in profile, and
in base a mullet all counterchanged. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a Moor's head
in profile proper, wreathed around the temples argent and
azure, charged on the neck with a mullet argent, and pierced
through the neck from the dexter side with a sword embrued
in bend sinister proper, pommel and hilt or. Motto —
" Fortis cadere cedere non potest."

Sons of William Henry Moore, Gentleman, of Coventry,
b. 1859 ; d. 1899 ; tn. 1883, Annie, d. of Jesse Chaplin,
of Exhall, co. Warwick : —

Ralph Edward Moore, Gentleman, Lieut., late R.A.F.
and R.F.A., served Great War 1914-18 (despatches), b.
1888 ; tn. 1921, Violet Mary Frances, d. of the late
William Simon Mothersole, of Barking, Essex, and has
issue — Antony William Moore, Gentleman, b. 1924 ; and
Pamela Mary. Res- — Coventry.

George William Moore, Solicitor, LL.B., Lieut. (R. P.),
late the Royal Warwickshire Regt., served Great Wfu
1914-15, b. 1893. Res. — Long Wood, Kenilworth Road,
Stoneleigh, nr. Coventry.

MOORE of Cremorgan (U.O.). Vert, a lion rampant
and in chief three estoiles or. Mantling vert and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an arm fessewise erased,
vested or, the hand grasping a sword erect, impaling thret
gory heads all proper. Motto — "Semper fidelis et audax.
Sons of Lewis Moore, Esq., of Cremorgan, J. P., D.L.
(High Sheriff Queen's Co. 1828), b. 1801 ; d. 1880;
tn. , Mary Sarah, d. of Capt. Charles Lancelot

Sandes: —
Henry Moore, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Queen's Co. (High
Sheriff 1883), B.A. (Trin. Coll., Dub.), b. 1843. Seat—
Cremorgan, Timahoe, Queen's Co.

Lewis Moore, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

MOORE (H. Coll.). Argent, on a chevron azure,
between in chief two lions rampant guardant sable,
each charged on the shoulder with a spur or, and in
base an eagle displayed of the third, grasping in the claws
a moorcock gules, three fleurs-de-lys erminois. Mant-
ling azure and argent. Crest — A dragon statant argent
on a crown vallary charged on the wing with a cross
couped and holding in the dexter claw a sword erect all
gules, the sword impaling a human head couped and
distilling drops of blood proper. Motto — " Per omnia
majora spiro." Livery — Dress: pale blue velvet coat,
with silver epaulettes, buckles, etc., white satin breeches,
white silk stockings and black shoes ; undress: dark blue
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Son of Rt. Hon. Sir John Voce Moore, Knt. Bach ,
D.L., J. P., Lord Mayor of London, 1898-99, b. 1826 ;
d. 1904 ; m. 1847, Elizabeth Dowson, d. of Peter
Willsea, of Silfield Lodge, Norfolk : —
The late James Moore, Esq., Freeman of the City of
London, b. 1852 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1882, Charlotte Louisa,
d. of John Burrows, Esq., J. P., of Stockwell House,
Wymeswold, Leics. ; and had issue — Dr. Burrows
Moore, Ph.D., M.Sc. (Mane), B.Sc. (Eng.), F.I.C., A.M.I.
Chem. E., A.K.C., Freeman of the City of London, b. 1891
[m. 1916, Beatrice Louise, d. of Andrew Bow, of Stirling
and London [Res. — Westlands, Pinner, Middx. ; Univer-
sity of London, University College)] ; Charlotte Annie
Dowson ; Ivy Irene.

MOORE of Chalfont St. Giles (H. Coll.). Quarterly,
1. sable, on a pale engrailed argent, three greyhounds
courant of the field (Moore) ; 2. vert, on a chevron
argent, between three wolves' heads couped or, three
escallops gules (Jones) ; 3. paly of six gules and
sable, three eaglets displayed argent, membered and
crowned or (Cooke) ; 4. per saltire argent and gules,
a saltire between four crosses crosslet all counterchanged
(Twisden) ; 5. argent, three chevronels azure and sem6e of
crosses crosslet (Chelmington) ; 6. argent, a tower between
three keys erect azure (Baker) ; 7. chequy argent and gules,
a cross azure (Roydon) ; 8. gules, six eaglets displayed or,
three, two and one (Broxborne) ; 9. argent, a lion rampant
gules, armed and langued azure, debruised by a bend sable
(Branche) ; 10. sable, a chevron ermine, between three
bulls' heads caboshed argent (Saunder) ; n. or, three lion-
eels in pale sable, armed and langued gules (Carew) ; 12.
gules, a saltire argent (Other) ; 13. argent, a saltire gules
(Windsor) ; 14. per pale ermine and gules, a saltire counter-
changed (FitzStephen) ; 15. quarterly argent and gules
(Tuit) ; 16. quarterly sable and argent (Hoo) ; 17. or, on a
fesse azure, a mullet of the first (Andervill) ; 18. azure, a
fret throughont argent and a chief or (St. Leger) ; 19.
azure, a fesse between six cross crosslets or (St. Maur) ;




20. azure, three sinister hands couped argent (Malmains) ;

21. argent, a lion rampant sable (Wells) ; 22. gules, a fesse
dancettee between six cross crosslets or (Engayne) ; 23.
barry of six ermine and gules, three crescents sable
(Waterton) ; 24. argent, three piles wavy issuing from the
chief vert, on a bordure azure, eight bezants (Bryan); 25.
barry nebuly per bend sinister sable and argent three bars
nebuly counterchanged, all within a bordure compony
of the first and second (Blunt) ; 26. sable, a fesse hummettee
argent (Bostock) ; 27. azure, six garbs or, three, two and



one (Hugh, Earl of Chester) ; 28. or, a lion rampant gules
(Meschines); 29. azure, a wolfs head erased argent
(Lupus) ; 30. sable, an eagle displayed with two heads or
(Mercia) ; 31. argent, an orle within nine martlets in orle
sable (Winington) ; 32. vert, a cross engrailed ermine
(Kingsley) ; 33. vert, a bend ermine (Whetenhall) ; 34.
argent, a fesse between three crosses crosslet fitchee sable
(Lawton) ; 35. azure, two bars argent (Venables) ; 36.
gules, a chevron embattled counter-embattled argent
between three martlets or (Wythens) ; 37. argent, on a chief
sable, two boars' heads couped of the first (Taylor).
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, out of bullrushes proper, a moorcock rising sable,
holding in the beak a bullrush also proper. Badge —
Within a chaplet of roses a stone proper. Motto — " Dieu
est mon port." Livery — Black, with grey facings.

Sons of Rev. Clement Glover Moore, M.A., Chaplain
on theBengal Establishment, of Stonedean, Beacons-
field, Bucks., b. 1848 ; d. 1897 ; m. 1877, Eliza
Constantia, d. of Robert Devereux Harrison, of
Fron Llwyd, Welshpool : —
Rev. Cyril Ashton Glover Moore, Clerk in Holy Orders,




b. 1884. Seat — The Stone, Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks.
Res.—" Turner's Wood," Chalfont St. Giles.

Rev. George Guy Moore, Clerk in Holy Orders, b.
1888. Res. — Rosehill, Albury, Surrey.

MOORE (H. Coll.). Azure, two bendlets between as
many moorhens in bend all or.

Daughters and coheirs of John Godfrey Moore,
Gentleman, of Winter Harbour, Maine, U.S.A.,
b. 1848 ; d. 1899 ; m. 1871, : —

Ruth, m. 1899, Arthur Hamilton, Viscount Lee of
Fareham {q.v.).

Faith. Res. — Downshire House, Roehampton Lane,
S.W.15.

MOORE-BRABAZON (R.L., 13 March 1868). Gules,

on a bend or, three martlets sable. Mantling gules and

or. Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, on a mount

vert, a falcon rising, belled or. Motto — " Vota vita mea. "

Sons of Lt.-Col. John Arthur Henry Moore-Brabazon,

Hon. Lt.-Col., late Major Bengal Staff Corps, who

assumed the additional name and the arms of Brabazon

by Roy. Lie. 13 March 1868, b. 1828 ; d. 1908 ; m.

1879, Emma Sophia, eld. d. of Alfred Richards, Barr.-

at-Law : —

William Lockhart Chambre Moore-Brabazon, Esq., Capt.

3rd Batt. Irish Regt., late of the Coldstream Guards, b.

1880 ; m. 1910, Elsie Louisa, d. of James Strachan, of

Nairn, N.B. Seats — Tara Hall, co. Meath ; Tallyallen, co.

Louth.

John Theodore Cuthbert Moore-Brabazon, Esq., Lt.-
Col. R.F.C., M.P. Chatham Div. of Rochester, b. 1884 ; m.



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1906, Hilda Mary, only d. of late Charles Henry Krabbe'
of Buenos Ayres ; and has issue — Derek Charles Moore-
Brabazon, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; Michael Jaques Moore-
Brabazon, Gentleman, b. 1913. Res. — 15 Gerald Road,
S W.i.

MOORE-GWYN. Quarterly, 1 and4, sable, gutt6-d'or, two
barrulets invected or, between as many lozenges in pale of the



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