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Normanton Hall, Southwell, Notts.; and has issue —
(by 1st wife) — Edward John Alured Newman, Gentle-
man, b. 19 15 ; and Myra Beatrice Bellona. Res. —
Scremby Manor, Spilsby, Lines.

The Reverend GEORGE WILLIAM NEWMAN,
Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. Pembroke Coll., Oxon. Born
March 1, 1850, being the second son of the late Henry
Wenman Newman, Esq., of Thornbury Park, by his wife
Frances Margaret, eldest dau. of the Rev. John Joseph
Goodenough, D. D. , Rector of Broughton Pogis, co. Oxford.
Armorial bearings— (Quarterly, sable and argent, in the
first and fourth quarters three mullets of the second, in
the centre an inescutcheon gules, charged with a portcullis
imperially crowned or, being an augmentation granted by
Charles II. to Col. Newman for his loyalty at the Battle
of Worcester. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a swallow rising proper. Motto —
' ' Lux mea Christus. " Seat — Thornbury Park, near Bristol.
Club — New Oxford and Cambridge.

Sir JOHN ROBERT BRAMSTON NEWMAN, Knt.
Bachelor (1923), J. P. and D.L. co. Cork (High
Sheriff co. Cork 1898), B.A. Cantab., M.P. for Enfield
1910-18, Finchley 1918-23, Lord of the Manor of
Newberry. Born 1871, eldest son of late John Adam
Richard Newman, Esq., B.A., J.P., D.L., High Sheriff
1874, by his wife Elizabeth Matilda, second dau. of Col.
Bramston - Smith, J. P., D.L., of Pencraig, Llensefin,
Anglesea. Armorial bearings — Argent, a chief azure, a
chevron between three demi-lions passant gules, impaling
the arms of Plunket. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
An eagle's head erased azure, charged with an escallop or.
Motto—" Fidelitatis vis magna." Livery — Claret, and red
facings. Married, 1895, Hon. Olive Anne (who d. 1896),
second dau. of his Grace the Most Rev. Lord Plunket, D.D. ,
Archbishop of Dublin. He m. secondly, 1898, Geraldine,
only child of the late Col. William Pretyman, 60th Rifles.
Estates — Newberry Manor, co. Cork. Seat — Newberry
Manor, Mallow. Clubs — Carlton, R.A.C.

GEORGE BELLINGHAM NEWPORT, Esquire, of
Ballygallon, co. Kilkenny, J. P. co. Kilkenny, High Sheriff
1900. Born 1857, being the third son of the late Charles
Newport.Esq. , J.P. of Waterford.by Priscilla, youngest dau.
of the late Joseph Greene, Esq., R.M. for co. Kilkenny, and
niece of Sir John Newport, 1st Bart. (ext.). Armorial bear-
ings —Or, a chevron gules, between three leopards' faces
sable. Mantling gules and or. Crest -Upon a wreath of
the colours, a unicorn's head erased argent, armed, maned,
bearded , and ducally gorged or. Motto — " N e supra modum
sapere. " Seat— Rockview, Inistiogue.

NEWSON of Framlingham (H. Coll.). Sable, on a
fesse argent, between two cross crosslets or, an Indian
rose between two cross crosslets gules. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front
of a boar's head erased or, three cross crosslets fessewise
gules. Badge — Two Indian roses or, slipped and leaved
enfiled by a circlet or. Motto — " Ne tentes aut perfice."
Son of the late William Henry Newson, of Suffolk : —

Sir Percy Wilson Newson, 1st Bart., of Framlingham,
Suffolk (18 June 1921), Knt. Bach. (1920), M.P. Tamworth
1922-23, b. 1874 ; m. 1908, Helena, d. of Col. Denham
Franklin, F.R.C.S. ; and has issue — Violet Muir [m. 1928,
Hon. William Napier, Master of Napier] ; and Audrey'
Joan. Res. — Grosvenor House, Park Lane, W. ; Kings-
clear, Camberley, Surrey. Clubs — Bath, Carlton, Oriental.

NEWSUM (H. Coll.). Argent, on a chevron between
in chief two oak-trees fructed and eradicated vert, and in
base a mullet gules, seven ermine spots of the field.
Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the






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colours, issuant from the centre of a mullet or, an acorn
with five leaves proper. Motto — " Tout comprendre
c'est tout pardonner."

Second son of Henry Newsum, Esq., J. P., of South

Park House, Lincoln, b. 1834 ; d. 1904 ; m. Mary

Newsum : —

Clement Henry Newsum, Esq., J. P., D.L., and (1924)

High Sheriff Lines. (Parts of Lindsey), b. 1865 ; m. 1891,

Alice Maude, d. of Alderman George Neill, J. P., of

Rotherham, Yorks. , and has issue — Henry Neill Newsum,

Esq., M.C., Capt. late Lines. Regt., served Great War

(despatches), b. 1894 [m. 1924, Dorothy, d. of Major

William Hillas, of South Ella Hall, Hull] ; and Janetta

[m. 1923, Harold Nevil Smart, C.M.G., O.B.E., of Broad-

hurst A Gardens, Hampstead, N.W.]. Res. — Eastwood

House, Greetwell Road, Lincoln.

NEWNES (H. Coll., 1895). Per fesse or and azure,
a pale counterchanged, in chief a demi-otter couped be-
tween two boars' heads couped, and in base a boar's
head couped between two demi-otters couped, all counter-




changed. Mantling' azure and or. Crest — Upon a
wreath of the colours, a demi-otter sable, holding in its
mouth a roll of paper argent, and resting the sinister paw
on a boar's head couped or. Motto — " Festina prudenter. "

Eld. son of Sir George Newnes, 1st Bart., M. P. , b.

1851 ; d. 1910 ; m. Priscilla Jenney, d. of late Rev. James

Hillyard of Leicester : —
Sir Frank Hillyard Newnes, 2nd Bart. (1895), Lieut.
R.N.V.R. (1915-16), Capt. 1 2th Beds. Regt. (1916-18),
M. P. Bassetlaw Div. T905-9, b. 1876; m. 1913, Emmeline
Louise Augusta, Lady of Grace of the Order of the Hosp.
of St. John of Jerusalem , d. of the late Sir Albert de Rutzen .
Res. — 55 Prince's Gate, S.W.7. Clubs — Reform, Garrick.

NEWTON, see HAY-NEWTON.



Sons ot Robert Newton of Coagh, co. Tyrone, and
Killymeal House, b. 1831 ; d. 1900; m. 1864, Elizabeth,
d. of W. P. Geoghegan, M.D. :—
Robert Newton, Esq., J. P., b. 1876; m. 1902, Edith
Florence, d. of Charles Roark ; and has issue — (1) Robert
Charles Newton, Gentleman, b. 1905 ; (2) John Lowry
Courtenay Newton, Gentleman, b. 1909; (3) Thomas Row-
ley Newton, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; Edith Margaret; Norah
Alicia ; Elizabeth Mary ; and Josephine Patricia. Seat —
Killymeal House, co. Tyrone.

John Orr Newton, Gentleman, b. 1880 ; m. 1912, Kathleen
Fawcus, d. of James N. Carrol, Commissioner of Chinese
Customs. Seat — Farlough Lodge, Dungannon. Res. —
Paris Building, Winnipeg, Canada.

Sons of Andrew Willoughby Newton, Esq., J. P., M.A.,
of Killymeal House, co. Tyrone, b. 1849 ; d. 1895 ;
m. 1872, Blanche, d. o f John Howard of Sampfoid
Peverell, co. Devon : —
Courtenay Howard Newton, Gentleman, b. 1874; m.
1901, Berthe Eugenie Lintilliac. Res. —

Andrew Winstanley Newton, Gentleman, b. 1879.
Res.—

Sons of Robert William Newton, Esq. , of Bellevue, co.
Londonderry, J. P. cos. Tyrone and Derry, b. 1818 ;
d. 1894 ; m. 1847, Catherine Johanna Voss, d. of
Capt. John Moore Tittle, J. P., late of Farm Hill,
Coleraine : —
Andrew Courtenay Newton, Gentleman, b. 1850.
Res. —

Robert William Newton, Gentleman, b. 1855. Res. —
John More Newton, Gentleman, b. i860. Res. —
Willoughby Marmaduke Newton, Gentleman, b.
1868. Res. — Clearwell, Portland Avenue, Exmouth, South
Devon.



NEWTON (H. Coll.). Per fesse invected argent and
sable, three fusils in chief, each charged with a garb, and a
castle triple-towered in base, all counterchanged. Mantling 1
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
upon a roundel fusily argent and sable, an owl proper,
holding in the beak an ear of wheat leaved and slipped




NEWTON (U.O.). Argent, in chief two lions' gambs
erased sable, each grasping a key proper, and in base a
lion rampant gules, charged with a cross patee of the first.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a martlet sable, charged on the breast with a cross
patee argent. Motto — " Faveat fortuna."



fessewise between two oak-branches fructed also proper.

Motto — " Dirigat sapientia."

Sons of Frederick Newton, Gentleman, b. 1853; d -
1907 ; m. 1880, Barbara Louisa {d. 1921), d. of Joseph
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Rev. Frederick Henry Joseph Newton, Clerk in Holy
Orders, b. 1883; m. 1910, Edith Grace, d. of James Arthur
Sanders ; and has issue — Arthur John Newton, Gentleman,
b. 1919 ; and Katharine Dorothy. Res. — The Vicarage,
Rickmansworth, Herts.

George Alban Newton, Gentleman, b. 1884. Res. —
Brussels.

Sons of Ernest Newton, Gentleman, R.A. , b. 1856;
d. 1922 ; m. 1881, Antoinette Johanna, eld. d. of
William Hoyack : —

Harold Alexander Newton, Esq., Capt. (ret.) T.F. ,
b. 1882 ; m. 1928, Doris Louise, d. of H. W. Ayres. Res. —
Hazeley, Bidborough, Tunbridge Wells.

Cecil Arthur Newton, Gentleman, b. 1884. Res. — Pitt
Meadows, B.C., Canada.

William Godfrey Newton, Esq., Lt.-Col. (ret.) T.F.,
b. 1885 ; m. 1926, Mary Dagmar, d. of Rev. Canon R. E.
Broughton, and has issue — Christopher John Broughton
Newton, Gentleman, b. 1926 ; and Joanna Elizabeth
Broughton. Res. — Old Rectory, Manningford Abbas,
Marlborough, Wilts.



NEWTON. Azure, two shin-bones in saltire, the sinister
surmounted of the dexter or, between as many roses in
fesse argent, barbed and seeded proper, on a chief of the
second a lotus-flower leaved and slipped of the last.




Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
out of the battlements of a tower or, a cubit arm erect in
chain armour, the hand grasping a sword in bend sinister
proper, pommel and hilt or, suspended from the blade of
the sword a banner argent charged with a dagger erect
gules within two branches of oak slipped and saltirewise,
also proper. Livery— Dark blue, yellow facings.

Only son of Sir Alfred James Newton, 1st Bait. , Lieut,
for the City of London, Founder of the City of London
Imperial Volunteers, b- 1849 ; d. 1921 ; m. 1874, Eliza-
beth Jane (Lily), eldest dau. of late Joseph Watson of
Mitcham Common: —
Sir Harry Kottingham Newton, 2nd Bart. (1900), O.B.E.,
M.A. (New Coll. , Oxon. ), Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln's Inn),
one of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the City of London, was
Hon. Organising Secretary for the Equipment of the C.I.V. ,
M.P. Harwich Div. of Essex 1910-18, and 1918-22, b. 1875 ;
m. 1920, Myrtle Irene, d. of William Wilson Grantham,
of 17 Cadogan Place, S.W., and has issue — Alfred Jeremy
Grantham Newton, Esq., b. 1921 ; Harry Michael Rex



Newton, Esq. , b. 1923 ; Christopher Wynne Newton, Esq. ,
b. 1925. Postal adds. — 31 Lennox Gardens, S.W.i ;
6 Crown Office Row, Temple, E.C. Clubs — Bath, Junior
Carlton, Ranelagh, R. Thames Yacht.

ARTHUR HENRY NEWTON, Gentleman, formerly
of Belsize Court, Hampstead, eld. son of late Henry Charles
Newton of Crouch Oak, Addlestone, co. Surrey. Armorial
bearings — Gules, on a pale nebuly or, between two garbs
of the last, a cross patonce of the first. Mantling gules
and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, or and gules,
two demi-griffins respecting each other sable, and holding
between the claws a cross patonce or. Motto — ' ' Fides cum
officio."



COURTENAY HOWARD NEWTON, Gentleman.
Bom May 15, 1874, being the eldest son of the late Andrew
Willoughby Newton, Esq., J. P., M.A., Barrister-at-Law,
by his wife Blanche, eldest dau. of John Howard of Samp-
ford Peverell, co. Devon. Armorial bearings — Argent, in
chief two lions' gambs erased sable, each grasping a key
proper, and in base a lion rampant gules, charged on the
breast with a cross pat6e of the first. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a martlet sable,
charged on the breast with a cross patee argent. Motto —
" Faveat fortuna." Married, June29, 1901, Berthe Eugenie,
only dau. of P. E. Lintilhac of 8 Great Winchester Street,
E.C. Seat — Killymeal House, co. Tyrone. Residence —
9 Royal Crescent, W.

NEWTON (U.O.). Azure, two ostrich feathers in saltire
between three boars' heads erased argent, tusked or, in
the centre chief point a cross crosslet of the last.

Issue of Philip Jocelyn Newton, Esq., J. P. and D.L.

for co. Carlow (High Sheriff 1846), 6. 1819 ; d. 1895;

m. 1st, 1841, Henrietta Maria (d. 1849), d. of John

Kennedy of Cultra ; 2nd, 1851, Emily (d. 1886), d. of

Sir Daniel Toler Osborne, nth Bart. : —

The late Anna Henrietta ; m. 1871, William Muschamp

Vesey (q.v.), andd. 1927, leaving issue. Seat — Dunleckney

Manor, Bagenalstown.

Harrietta Philippa ; m. 1873, Richard Bagwell.
Emily Georgina ; m. 1882, Fitzgibbon Trant.

NEWTON (H. Coll.). Argent, on a chevron between
three eagles displayed azure, as many garbs or. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
bear's head couped argent, muzzled gules, charged on the
neck with three crescents interlaced azure. Motto —
" Faveat fortuna."

Son of Reuben Newton of Macclesfield : —

Sir Louis Arthur Newton, 1st Bart, of Beckenham, Kent
(1924), Hon. Col. R.A.S.C., Lieut, and Alderman City of
London, Lord Mayor 1924, Knt. Bach. (1917), has G. C.
Star of Roumania, Crown of Italy, Order of Leopold of
Belgium, Order of White Lion of Czechoslovakia, />. 1867 ;
in. 1891, Eleanor Jane {d. 1929), d. of George Fauldes ; and
has issue — (1) Major Edgar Henry Newton, Army Service
Corps (T.A.), Solicitor, b. 1893 [m. 1917, Gladys Maud, d.
of J. W. Garnar, of Hanover Square, W., and has issue —
Kenneth Garnar Newton, Esq., b. 1918 ; and Daphne
Mary] ; (2) Sidney Arthur Newton, Esq., Solicitor, b. 1901 ;
Elsie Louise Marion [w. 1921, Sydney Ewart Tucker, of
Farningham, Kent] ; and Winifred Emily [m. 1926,
Desmond Arthur Wright, of Woodmanton Manor, Clifton-
on-Teme,Worcs.]. Res. —King's, Kingsgate-on-Sea, Kent ;
24 Portland Place, W. r. Clubs — Jun. Carlton, Consti-
tutional.

CHARLES FREDERIC NEWTON-DEAKIN, Gentle-
man, Master of Arts, Barrister-at-Law, fifth son of the
late Colonel James Henry Deakin, Esquire, of Moseley
Hall Cheshire, and Werrington Park, Devon, Justice of the
Peace, sometime Member of Parliament for Launceston, by
his wife Martha, daughter of the late John Newton
of High Leigh, in the county of Cheshire, and assumed
by Royal Licence in 1887 the additional surname of
Newton. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms :
Gules, a lion passant, between two others rampant or,
within two flaunches argent, each charged with a mullet
pierced sable, impaling the arms of Cheetham, namely
argent, gutt£e-de-sang, a cross parted and fretty sable, be-
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the second a fleam, and in the third a cross potent, all of
the second ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
a dexter arm emhowed proper, holding in the hand a battle-
axe in bend sinister argent, pendent from the wrist by a
riband an escutcheon argent, charged with a lion rampant
sable, holding between the paws a cross patee fitchee gules.




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Motto — " Stryke, Dakyns, the Devil's in ye hempe." Mar-
ried, August n, 1887, Alice Mary, eldest daughter of Joshua
Milne Cheetham, Esquire, Member of Parliament, Justice
of the Peace, of Eyford Park, in the county of Gloucester ;
and has Issue — Charles Humphrey Newton-Deakin, Gentle-
man, born July 12, 1892; and Frederica Mary. Estate —
Tenant-in-common for life of the Moseley Hall Estate,
Cheadle, in the county of Cheshire. Postal address — Royal
Thames Yacht Club, 7 Albemarle Street, W. Club —
Royal Thames Yacht.

NIAS (H. Coll., 1843). Party per pale gules and azure,




with the word "China" in letters sable, between four
Cornish choughs argent, beaked and membered of the first.
Mantling - gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
an anchor fessewise, with cable sable, thereon a Cornish
chough proper, gorged with a collar engrailed or. Motto
— " Juvante Deo."

Son of Adm. Sir Joseph Nias, K.C. B. , b. 1793; d.

1879; m. 1855, Caroline Isabella, d. of John Laing : —

Arthur Nias, Esq., formerly Director-General of the

Imperial Ottoman Bank, Constantinople, Turkey, has

Grand Cross cf the Order of St. Stanislaus of Russia, b.

1859. Club — Conservative.



NIBLETT (H. Coll.) Quarterly, 1. azure, on a chevron
between three eagles rising or, as many bars gemel gules
(Niblett) ; 2. paly of six argent and sable, three eagles
displayed counterchanged (Whitcomb) ; 3. argent, a fesse
between three cinquefoils sable (Mavesyn); 4. quarterly,
gules and ermine, in the first and fourth quarters a goat's
head erased proper (Morton). Mantling' azure and




a naval crown, and issuant therefrom a flag or, inscribed



argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an eagle
rising quarterly or and argent. Motto — " Sicut aquilae
pennis."

Son of Rev. Edward Henry Niblett, B.A., Rector of

Redmarley, co. Worcester, b. 1810; d. 1878; m. 1848,

Mary Anne, d. of James Law Stewart of Jamaica : —

Rev. Henry Morton Niblett, late Rector of Redmarley,

b. 1854; m. 1887, Marian, d. of Joseph Patient Newell;

and has issue — (1) Rev. Basil Morton Niblett, Rector of

Redmarley, Worcs. , b. 1888 ; Maud Marian [m. , J. G.

Gould of Harrisburg, U.S.A.]; and Kathleen Mabel [m.

Capt. R. Nigel Bellairs (q.v.), of Stone House, Forest Row,

Sussex]. Res. — Holmwood, Vittoria Walk, Cheltenham.



NIBLOCK-STUART. Or, a fesse chequy azure and
argent, between three trefoils slipped vert. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — Issuing from a wreath of his



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liveries, a demi-lion gules, armed and langued azure,




holding in his dexter paw a trefoil slipped vert. Motto —

"Facta non verba."

Eld. son of Rev. James Niblock-Stuart, B.A., Clergy-
man of the Established Church of Scotland, b. 1844 ;
assumed the Arms and the additional surname ot
Stuart on succeeding to the estate of his maternal
grandfather in 1882 ; d. 1921 ; m- 1869, Lizzie Smith,
second dau. of Joseph Gray of Rockfield, Monaghan : —
William Johnston Smith Niblock-Stuart, Gentleman, b.

1871; m. 1909, . Postal address — 56

Prince's Square, W.2.

NICHOLAS of Trealaw (H. Coll.). Potent argent
and sable, on a fesse per f esse gules and or, three fleurs-de-
lys counterchanged. Mantling sable and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, a goat's head or, between
two daffodil flowers flowered stalked and leaved proper.
Motto — " Semper eadem."

Son of John Nicholas, of Brynamman, co. Carmar-
then : —
The late Sir Walter Powell Nicholas, Knt. Bach. (1919),
Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature in England,
b. 1868 ; d. 1926 ; m. 1897, Florence, J. P. co.Glamorgan.
d. of the late Edward Edwards, of Risca, co. Monmouth,
and left issue — 1 dau. Res. — The Garth, Trealaw, co.
Glamorgan.

CARNE(R.L., 16 Dec. 1842, H. Coll.). Gules, a pelican
in her nest wings displayed feeding her young or. Mantling
gules and or. Crest — (none exemplified). Mottoes —
' ' En toute loyale " ; " Fy ngobaith sydd yn nuw."

Sons of John Devereux Vann Loder Nicholl-Carne,Esq. ,

of Dimlands, Glamorgan, J. P. , D.L. , b. 1854 ; d. 1905 ;

m. 1880, Alice (Res. — Treisilian, Llantwit-Major,

Glam. ), d, of J. A. Auston, of St. Austell, Cornwall : —

Gilbert Stra ling Nicholl-Carne, Esq., J. P. Glamorgan,

Capt. late Glam. Yeo. , temp. Capt. R.A.S.C, b. 1882 ; m.

191 S, Isabel, yngr. d. of Arthur Piers of Montreal, Canada,

and Boscombe, Hants. Seats — Nash Manor, Cowbridge ;

Dimlands, Glamorgan.

Edward Dyffrig Stradling Nicholl-Carne, Gentleman, b.

; m. 1910, Dorothy Mary, d. of Dr. Wallace of

Howard's Lodge, Cardiff. Res. —

John Loder Nicholl-Carne, Gentleman, b. 1887. Res. —

Sons of John Whitlock Stradling Carne of St. Donat's

Castle, J. P. and D.L. co. Glamorgan (High Sheriff

1874), D.C.L., M.A., F.S.A., Barrister-at-Law, b.

1817 ; d. 1889; m. 1st, 1844, Mary Jane (d. 1874),

only d. of Peter Whitfield Brancker of Wavertree,



Lanes. ; 2nd, 1875, Mary Salusbury, d. of John
Salusbury Crump of Hampton, co. Hereford : —
Mansel Sydney Berkrolles Nicholl-Carne, Gentleman, b.
1863. Seat — Nash Manor, Glamorgan.

Caradoc St. Barbe Nicholl-Carne, Gentleman, b. 1884.
Res. —

HARRY SIDNEY NICHOLS, Gentleman, formerly of
Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park. Armorial bearing's —
Azure, gutt£e-d'eau, on a chevron argent between two demi-
lions couped in chief, and an eagle displayed in base or, a
bee volant proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion couped or, charged
with three human hearts gules between two eagles' legs
erased at the thigh sable. Motto — " Aquila non capit
muscas. "

NICHOLS (H. Coll.). Azure, on a fesse humettee
between three lions' heads erased or, two eagles rising of
the field. Mantling azure and or. Crest — Upon a wreath




of the colours, a lion's head erased azure, gorged with a
collar gemel or, between two wings paly of six or and azure.
Motto— " Labor ipse voluptas." Livety — Dark blue.

Son of the late John Gough Nichols, Gentleman,
F.S.A., by Lucy, d. and co-heir of the late Frederick
Lewis, Comm. R.N. : —
John Bruce Nichols, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxon), b. 1848;
m. 1st, 1874, Frances Eliza, d. of Henry Morgan of Norwich ,
2nd, 1885, Emily, d. of Clement J. Hawkins of Cheltenham ;
and has issue— (r) John Cradock Morgan Nichols, Gentle-
man, b. 1876 [m. 1917, Mabel Lilian, d. of William Fair,
of Leamington] ; (2) Charles Tyssen Nichols, Gentleman,
b. 1879 ; Lucy Catherine ; Margery Alice ; Evelyn Frances ;
and Cicely Maud \tn. 1907, William Dillworth Crewdson,
Barrister-at-Law]. Seat — Holmwood Park, Dorking.
Res. — Grandon Lodge, Holmwood, Dorking. Clubs—
Albemarle, Athenaeum.

Sons of Francis Morgan Nichols, Esq., J. P. co. Essex,

Barr.-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn, M.A. of Oxford, F.S. A. ,

b. 1826; rf.1915 ; m. 1857, Mary, eldest d. and co-h. of

Walter Buchanan of Penrith, co. Cumberland, and

Sussex Place, Paddington, J. P. co. Middlesex: — ■

John Bowyer Buchanan Nichols, Gentleman, F.S. A.,

B.A. (Oxon.), b. 1859 ; m. 1892, Catherine Louisa, d. of

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Malise Bowyer Nichols, Gentleman, b. 1893 ; Philip Bouverie
Bowyer Nichols, Gentleman, b. 1894; Irene; and Anne
Sadelbia Mary. Seat— Lawford Hall, nr. Manningtree,
Essex.

Walter Buchanan Nichols, Esq., J. P. Essex, b. i860; m.
1892, Helen Emily, d. of Rev. Canon Charles F. Norman
of Mistley Place, Essex ; and has surv. issue — Noel Irene.
Res. — Stour Lodge, Bradfield, Essex.

NICHOLSON (H. Coll.). Per pale nebuly azure and
gules, two bars argent, gutt^e-de-poix, in chief two suns in
splendour proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a lion's head couped sable,
guttde-d'eau, before the sun in splendour proper.

Son of George Crosfield Norris Nicholson, Esq. (only
son of 1st Bart.), b. 1884; d. 1916 ; m. 1906, Hon.
Evelyn Izm6 Murray, yst. d. of Viscount Elibank : —
Sir John Norris Nicholson, 2nd Bart. (7 Feb. 1912), b.
1911. Res. — Mottistone Manor, Isle of Wight.

Sons of William Norris Nicholson, Esq., M.A. Camb. ,

Barrister-at-Law, Master in Lunacy, b. 1815 ; m. 1st,

1856, Emily (d. 1873), d. of James Stock Daniel of

Ramsgate ; 2nd, Alice, d. of C. M. Clode, Esq., C.B. :—

Lothian Demain Nicholson, Esq., b. 1858; in. 1882,

Frances Laura, d. of William Squire, of Feltham Hill,

Middlesex. Res. — Skipper's Hill, Five Ashes, Sussex.

William Henry Nicholson, Esq., Capt. R.N. (ret.), b.
1861 ; m. Sybil Whigham ; and has issue — Ethel Ruth.
Res. — Dial House, Halliford, Middlesex. Club— Naval
and Military.

Frederick Nicholson, Gentleman, b. 1864 ; m. ; and

has issue. Res. —

Reginald Nicholson, Esq., M.B.E., b. 1869; in. 1915,
Natalie, d. of Frederick Stark Pearson, of Combe House,
Kingston Hill, Surrey, and Great Barrington, Mass., U.S.A.
Res. — Pendean, Midhurst, Surrey.

Walter Norris Nicholson, Esq., CM. G., D.S.O., Major
and Brev. Lt.-Col. Suffolk Regt., b. 1877 ; m. 1924, Una
Phyllis, d. of Philip Higgs of Oxford. Club— Army and
Navy.

NICHOLSON of Basing Park (H. Coll., 21 June 1906).
Per pale azure and gules, two bars gemel ermine, in chief
three suns in splendour or. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — Out of an antique crown gules, a lion's head ermine
gorged with a collar gemel azure. Motto— " Sol et scutum
Deus."

Sons of William Nicholson of Basing Park, Hants.,
J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1878, M.P. for Petersfield,
b. 1824 ; d. 1909 ; m. 1858, Isabella, d. of John Meek : —

Rt. Hon. William Graham Nicholson, P.C.J.P., D.L.,
and C. Alderman Hants., Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. late
comdg. 3rd Batt. Hampshire Regt., M.P. for East Hants.
1897-1918, and for Petersfield 1918, 1922, 1923, 1924,
b. 1862 ; in. 1890, Alice Margaret, only d. of Rt. Hon.
William Wither Bramston Beach, P.C., M.P., of Oakley



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