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May, 1692; co opted Senior Fellow, 4 July,
1696; promoted to the Deanery of Ossory,
25 Feb., 1701, and presented by the Crown,
10 April, 1730, to the Rectory of Clonenagh ;
alias Montrath, dio. Leighlin. He was a
great friend of Dean Swift. He in. on 15
April, 1703, Rebecca, dau. and co-heir of
Robert Mason, Esq., byBarbara, dau. and co-
heir of Richard Gustard, Esq., and had issue,

1. Eland, of whom presently.

2. Thomas, of Grange Macombe, co. Kil-
kenny, Barrister-at-Law ; b. cir. 1720;
entered Trin. Coll., Dublin, 3 June, 1737,
and the Temple, London, 21 April, 1748.
He in. Miss Ouseley, sister to Mrs. War-
ren, of Lowhill House, co. Kilkenny ;
and d. 15 Aug., 1777, and was buried in
the Cathedral of St. Canice, Kilkenny,
where, in accordance with his testamen-
tarj request, a monument was erected
to him and his father by Lady Wheeler
Cuffe, his executor, and guardian of his
only child, Maria, who in. R. Meekins,
Esq., only son of Capt. S. Meekins (see
p. 7), she d. 2nd Feb., 1829, leaving an
only surviving son,

Robert Meekins, Esq., of Glasthule
House, co. Dublin, b. 26 Oct., 1796,
and m.20 Nov., 1820, Elizabeth, only
surviving child of Capt. Christinas,
of the 14th Lisdit Dragoons, and
has issue, Robert, Thomas C. Mos-
som (Barrister-at-Law), Reuben


William, Elizabeth, Maria, Emma
Victoria, and Anna Louisa.

Dean Mossom d. 8 Feb., 1747, and was
buried in his own vault in St. Canice Cathedral,
Kilkenny. He was succeeded by his eldest son,

Eland Mossom, Esq., M.P. of Eland, co.
Kilkenny; b. cir. 1709; entered Trin. Coll.,
Dublin, 1724 ; called to the bar in England,
by the Middle Temple, 4 Feb., 1743 ; and to
the bar in Ireland, 22 April, 1745; chosen
Recorder of Kilkenny in June, 1750, and
served in Parliament for the borough of St.
Canice, or Irishtown, from 1759 till his death,
in 1774. He m. Hannah, dau. of John Birch,
Esq., and relict of Charles Heydock, Esq.,
of Kilscreen, co Kilkenny, and had issue,

1. Eland, of whom presently.

2. Rebecca, m. 10 Dec, 1768, to Sir
Richard Wheeler Cuffe, of Leyrath, co.
Kilkenny, and had issue,

Sir Jonah D. Wheeler Cuffe, Bart., of
Leyrath, co. Kilkenny, m, — dau.
of — Browne, Esq ,and grand-daugh-
ter of Joseph, Earl of Mayo.

3. Margaret, m. Lieut. -Col Birch, of Birch-
field, co. Kilkenny, d. s.p.

4. Elizabeth, d. unmarried.

He died 30 April, 1774, and was buried in
the family vault, in St. Canice Cathedral,
Kilkenny, and was succeeded by his son,

Colonel Eland Mossom, M.P., b. cir.
1749 ; entered the 4th Regt. of Horse, 5 Oct.,
1770; a magistrate for the co. Kilkenny;
elected in 1777 to serve in parliament for
Kilkenny; was Colonel of the Kilkenny
Rangers. Hem. 1st, Hannah Maria, dau. of
Sir William Barker, Bart., of Kilcooley
Abbey, co. Tipperary, by whom he had an
only son, that died in infancy. He married
2ndly, Jane, dau. and heir of Christopher
Hewetson, Esq., of Thomastown, co. Kil-
kenny (grandson of Col. Christopher Hewet-
son), by Sarah, sister (or dau.) of Col. John
Flood, of Flood Hall, co. Kilkenny (and Sir
Frederick Flood, and Robert Flood of Fami-
ly), and had issue,

1. Eland, of whom presently.

2. John, d. a minor.

3. Christopher, d. a minor.

4. Robert, b. cir. 1787; d. unmarried.

5. Jane, m. George Sneyd, Esq.

6. Ann, m. W. Hopkins, Esq., of the 76th
Regt., and had issue,

1. William, d. of yellow fever, in India.

2. George Hopkins, Esq., of 53rd Regt.

3. Jane, in. Godwin Meade Swift, Esq.
She d. 30 Jan, 1847.

7. Sarah Margaret.

8. Elizabeth, d. a minor.

9. Frances Maria, in. 7 Dec, 1794, Rev.
John Fish, Rector of Thurstaston, co.
Cheshire, son of the Rev. Wm. Fish,
first cousin of the celebrated Rt. Hon.
R.Brinsley Sheridan, M.P. ; and hasisnie




William, John, Joseph, Brinsley She-
ridan, Mary, and Anne Maria.
10. Harriet Ursula, m William de Mont-
morency, Esq., of Upperwood, co. Kil-
kenny, and has issue,
1. William de Montmorency, Esq., of
the 76th Regt.
He was buried in St. Peter's Church,
Dublin, and was succeeded by his son,

Rev. Eland Mossom, b. cir. 1782; entered
Trinity College, Dublin, 3 Nov., 1800. He
m. Hannah, dau. of Charles Campbell, Esq.,
and had issue,

1. Eland, d. a minor.

2. Charles Eland, of whom presently.

3. Hannah, m. Dr. Grant.

4. Harriet.

He died at Garvah, co. Down, shortly after
he was ordained, and was buried at St. Pat-
rick's Cathedral, Dublin, and was succeeded
by his son,

Charles Eland Mossom, Esq., of Mount
Eland, co. Kilkenny, b. 26 Dec, 1818 ; m. 31
Aug., 1848, Adelaide, dau. and co-heir of
Commissary General Hewetson, by Annette
ScolasticVictorine, dau of Comtede Mannee,
and has issue,

1. Eland Hewetson, b. June 17, 1850.

2, Annette Jane Julia Henriette.

Arms. Quarterly, 1st, or., a fess humettee, gules, be-
tween two passant sable, for Mossom. 2nd, barry of six
arg. and gu., six mullets or., three, two, and one, for
Eland. 3rd, or., a lion rampant, with two heads az., for
Mason. 4th, az. an eagle displayed, for Hewetson, and
over all an Escutcheon of Pretence, az., an eagle dis-
played, for Hewetson.

Crest. A demi griffin or., wings expanded gu.

Motto. Jussa mini capessere.

Greg of Norcliffe Hall, Cheshire; Coles,
Herts., and Mundesley, Norfolk, as borne
by Robert Hyde Greg, Esq., of those
places, a magistrate for the counties of
Chester and Herts., who was elected M.P.
ior Manchester in 1839. Mr. Greg descends
from a branch of the Clan Mac Gregor, and
bears the same arms as those rudely depicted
on the tombs at Balquidder, in Scotland, of
the famous Rob Roy MacGregor, and his

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, arg. a Scotch fir out of
a mount vert in base, surmounted by a sword in bend
ppr. on a dexter canton az. a royal antique crown, for

2nd. Az. a bend cotised or. between two garbs of the
second, for Tilston.

3rd. Az. on a pale engr. or. between two mullets in
chief, and two crescents in base, arg. a lion rampant gu.
for Lightbody.

Crest. An arm embowed in armour, grasping a
scimitar az., pommel and hilt or.

Motto. Ein doe and spaire not.
Robert Hyde Greg, Esq. = Mary, eldest daughter of

Hubert Philips, Esq., of
the Park, co. Lane, and
of Snitterfiekl, co. War-






1 1




b. in


b. in

b. in

b. in







Peacocke, as borne by George Monta-
gu Warren Peacocke, Esq., M.P. of
Pylewell, Hants, son of George Peacocke,
Esq., by Jemima, his wife, dau. of Lieut. -Col.
J. Montagu Durnford, of the S. Fus. Guards,
nephew of the late General Sir Marmaduke
Warren Peacocke, K.C.H.,K.T.S.,and grand-
son of Marmaduke Peacocke, Esq., of Lon
don, by Mary, his wife, sister of Sir Joseph
Peacocke, Bart., of Barntic, co. Clare.

Arms. Quarterly, or. and az. over all four lozenges
conjoined in cross," between as many annulets, all coun-

Crest. A cockatrice vert.

Motto. Vincit Veritas.

Marmaduke Peacocke, Esq.^A
of the County of York.

dau. of Thomas
ricke of York.


George Peacocke, Esq., 3d f
son, died at Killpeaken. co.
Limerick, and there buried.

Miss Ponsonby, niece
Lord Bessborough.


Marmaduke Pea-
cocke, Esq., 4th
son, b. 3 Jan.,
1700, d. in 1773,
at Hackney.

2 Mary,=George Peacccke

dau. of

Esq., of Barntic,

co. Clare, b. 5

Feb., 1701.

\ Mary,
d. of Jo-
seph La-
vit, Esq.


Marm aduke Peacocke, —Mary Peacocke, Sir Joseph Pea-
Esq., of London. d. in 1748. cocke, Bart., of


1 Gen. Sir







2 George =2nd wife

Esq., ra.lst
B achel, dau.
of Sir John
Bailing, Bt.
which lady
d. in 1808.

dau. of


Col. J.
gu Durn-

3 Sand-
ford, m.
onlv dau.
of Sir T.

George Montagu Warren

Pfacocke, Esq. of Pilewell,

Hants, M. P., J. P., and D.L.

M.A., Barrister-at-Law.

4 Richard,
Vice Adm.


5 Stephen,
Lieut Col.

in the Army,

6 Thomas
Col. in the


7 John, an
officer in

the army,

Warry of Shapwick House, co. Somer-
set, as borne by George Warry, Esq., of
that place.

Arms. Quarterly, arg. and sa. on a bend az. three
mullets or.

Impaling, in right of his wife, Isabella, dau. of Wil-
liam Deedes, Esq., of Sandling Park, Kent, by Sophia
his wife, second daughter of Sir Brook Bridges, Bart.,
of Goodnestone, the arms of Deedes, viz., Per fesse
nebulee. gu. and arg. three martlets counterchanged.

Crest. A griffin's head erased or. barbed and
langued gu.

Locke, as borne by Joseph Locke,
Esq., of Lowndes Square, London.

Arms. Az. three piles, two issuing from the chief,
and one from the base or., each charged with a falcon,
belled, risiDg, of the field.

Crest. A falcon, belled or., wings elevated, chequy
of the last, and azure, and resting the dexter claw upon a
padlock, sa.

Mullo. Mente non niarte.



Pretor, as borne by Samuel Pretor,
Esq., formerly of Sherborne House, and
now of Wyke House, near Weymouth, a
magistrate for Dorsetshire.

Arms. Gu. on a saltire arg. between four bezants,
two fasces in saltire.

Crist. A dexter arm fesswise, couped and habited,
charged with two roundles, the hand holding a fasces

Motto. Amor patriae.

Collins, as borne by Charles Mat-
thew Edward Collins, Esq., of Trewar-
dale, Bodmin, co. Cornwall.

Arms. Sa. a chev. arg. gutte de sang, between three
doves reguardant ppr.

Cresi. A dove, with wings expanded ppr.
Motto. Yolabo ut requiescam.

Bolitiio : The family of Bolitho, Belitha
or Bolitha, resided for many generations
at Garlidna, in the parish of Wendion,
near Helston, whence the grandfather of
the present Mr. Bolitho of the Coombe,
went to Penryn. His son settled at
Chyandour (" the house by the sea ") near
Penzance, where the family has for a very
long period carried on the business of Tin
Smelters. In the time of George I., one of
the Belitha family settled in Surrey, and
became high sheriff of that county.

The present Mr. Bolitho, who was born
in 17G5, married Maria, daughter of Samuel
Harris, Esq., of Beerferris in Devon, and
has surviving issue three sons and two

Arms. Erm. on a plain chev. cotised engr. between
three fleurs de lis sa. rive bezants.

Crest. Id front of a fern brake ppr. a cubit arm
erect vested az. charged with three bezants, cuff arg., in
the hand ppr. a fleur de lis sa.

Motto. Re Deu.

Scales, of the Hermitage, Tottenham,
Middlesex, as borne by the late John
Scales, Esq., of the Hermitage, who died
1 Feb., 1841, and by his nephews Edward
Scales, Esq., and W. H. Scales, Esq.,
Assistant Surgeon, H.E.I. C.S.

Arms. 1st and 4th, vert, six escallops, or., three, two
and one, between the middle ones, a scaling ladder ;
2nd, arg. a lion rampt. gu. ; 3rd. per bend dancette gu.
and or. six martlets counterchanged.

Crest. A knight in armour, his foot resting on a
scaling ladder.

Motto. Scalis ascendo.

Johnson, as borne by, and duly registered
in H. M College of Arms to, John Edward
Johnson, Esq., of Bridewell Hospital, Lon-
don, late of Kennington.

Arms. Az. on a chev. engrailed or. three pheons of the
field— in chief two towers of the second.
Crest. A tower arg. between two wings az.
Motto. Ne cede malis.

Beech, as home by James Beech, Esq.,
of Brandon Lodge, co. Warwick, and The
Shawe, co. Stafford, son and heir of the late
James Beech, Esq., of the Shawe.

Arms. Arg. on a bend gu. three bucks' heads
cabossed or.

Impaling, in right of his wife, of the ancient family of
Madocks of Glanywern, co. Denbigh, a quartered coat,
viz., 1st and 4th, arg. a butterfly, wings expanded, gu.
between three roses, of the last, being the coat of Sir
Robert Pounderlinge, Knight Banneret, Captain of
Englefield, and Governor of Diserth Castle, Flintshire,
temp. Edward II. the patriarch of the house of Madocks
of Glanywern : 2nd and 3rd, gu. a lion rampt. arg. armed
az. for Williams of Vron Iw, derived from M archweithian,
Lord of Ys Aled, founder of the XL Noble Tribe of North
Wales and Powys.

Crest. A stag's head cabossed.

Motto. Sub tegmine fagi.

Home, of Broom House and Edrom, co.
Berwick, as borne by the present George
Logan Home, Esq., of Edrom and Broom
House, only surviving son of Major George
Logan (eldest son of George Logan, Esq., of
Edrom), by Helen, his wife, sister and, in
her issue, heiress of the late James Home,
Esq., of Broom House, Lieut. -General in the
Army, descended from Patrick (one of " the
spears of Wedderburn "), son of Sir David
Home, of Wedderburn.

Arms. Per fesse vert, and azure, a lion rampant within
a bordure argent.

Crest. A lion's head erased argent, gorged with a
collar gemel vert, and in front thereof a thistle slipped

Motto. True to the end.

Bebb, as borne by Horatio Bebb, Esq.,
of Donnington Grove, Newbury, co. Berks,
and Gloucester Place, London, who assumed
the surname of Bebb in lieu of his patro-
nymic Lawrell, by Royal Licence, 3rd June,
1850, in compliance with the will of his
uncle, the late John Bebb, Esq., a Director
of the East India Company.

A rms. Quarterly 1st and 4th, az. on a fesse embattled or.
between three crescents arg. two cross crosslets gu. a
canton erm. for distinction, for Bebb. 2nd and 3rd,
Law a ell.

Crests. An esquire's helmet ppr. resting in a crescent.
gu. a helmet charged with a cross crosslet also gu.for dis-
tinction, for Bebb. Second Crest for Lawrell.

Mottoes. Premium virtutis honor, for Bebb.
Per vim et virtutein, for Lawrell.

Lloyd, of Nantgwillt, co. Radnor, as
borne by Thomas Lewis Lloyd, Esq., of
that place.

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, arg. an eagle displayed,
gu. ; 2nd and 3rd, a lion rampt. or.

Crest. On a cap of maintenance, an heraldic tiger

Balston, as borne by William Balston,
Esq., of Springfield, Maidstone, co. Kent.

Arms. Arg. a fesse sa between three fleurs de lis.
Crest'. A dove holding an olive branch in its beak.
Motto. J'espere.



Cole, of the Isle of Wight, and of Holy-
bourn Lodge, Hampshire, descended from
the very ancient family of Colle or Cole, of
Shrewsbury, there settled temp. King Ste-
phen. Nicholas Colle appears on the Roll
of the Guild of Shrewsbury, 1*209, and his
descendant, Thomas Cole, sat in Parliament
as one of the Members for that Town in
1337 and 1341. In 17 Hen. VIII., William
Cole, Esq. of Shrewsbury, is included among
the " Lords, Knights, Esquires, and Gentle-
men, resydent in the county of Salop." His
son, Edmund Cole, Esq. M.P., and four
times Bailiff for Shrewsbury, bore a coat of
Arms of eight quarterings.

Robert Cole, born in 1715, a lineal de-
scendant of this old and influential Shrews-
bury family, settled in the Isle of Wight,
and purchased the Rue Street Estate, in the
parish of Northwood : he to. 26 Feb., 1754,
Mary Packford, and d. 27 Dec, 1786, leaving
issue :

I. Robert, of Newport, Isle of Wight,
Banker, Capt. of the Niton Infantry,
m. Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Dennett,
Esq., of Newport, and d. 14 Sept. 1813,
leaving four sons and seven daus. ; of
the daus., the eldest, Eliza, m. Chas.
Jolliffe, Esq., the 2nd, Mary, Lt.Jenour,
the 3rd, Jane, Jas. Harvey, Esq., the 5th,
Amelia, Capt. Hyde, and the 7th,
Louisa, W. Hall, M.D., of Wareham :
the sons Avere Robert, Henry, H.E.I.C.S.
William, Lt. 67th Regt. d. 1833, and
James George, also deceased. The eldest
Robert Cole, Esq., Lieut. Col. in the

Army, m. Mary-Eden, dau. of Geo.
R. P. Jarvis, Esq., of Doddington
Hall, co. Lincoln, and has surviving
issue, Robert-Eden-George, of Uni-
versity Coll., Oxford, b. 1831, William-
Gordon and Annie-Henrietta.

II. William, of Rue Street, m. Margaret,
dau. and heir of Cornelius Cornock,
Esq., of Pembrokeshire, and d. in 1801,
leaving three sons.

1 Cornelius Cornock Cole, Esq. of
Pembrokeshire to. Charlotte, dau. of
Henry Roach, Esq., of Ridway, and
has five sons and three daus. viz.,
Cornelius-Cornock, John- Jones,
H.E.I.C.S.. to.. Judith Marcella, dau.
of Capt Fraser, and has issue ; Henry
m. Ellen, dau. of Capt. Chas. Copp,
H.E.I C.S., and has issue ; William ;
Robert Octavius ; Margaret ; Char-
lotte ; Maria, m. to Chas. son of Win.
Dutton Pollard, Esq., of Castle

2 William Cole, Esq of Pembrokeshire.

3 Robert Cole, Esq. of Holybourn
Lodge, Hants, J. P. D. L. and
F.L.S., to. 1817, Maria, dau. and
heir of Henry Wilding, Esq.

III. James of Chiverton, Lieut, of the West
Medina Troop of Cavalry, b. 1768, to.
Sarah, dau. of Henry Dennett, Esq., of
Newport, and d. 23 Jan., 1816, leaving

1. James Cole, of Tapnell, to. Louisa,
third dau. of Brown Hearne, Esq., of
Fulford, and d. 6 June, 1831, leaving
James (m. and has issue), Henry
Hearne, of the United States, Wil-
liam and Mary.

2. Henry Dennett Cole, of Carisbrooke,
b. 14 Jan., 1797, to. Anne, second
dau. of Brown Hearne, Esq., of Ful-
ford, and had issue two surviving
daus., Anne and Eliza Sarah, and sons,
viz , —

Henry Dennett, of Bucknowle
House, Dorset, b. 27 Oct., 1820, m.
20 Oct., 1847, Emma Maria, dau. of
John Cooke, Esq., of Bellcroft
House, Isle of Wight, and has issue ;

Alfred, b. 9 Dec, 1824.

Constantine, b. 30 Dec. 1825, to. June
10, 1850, Sarah AnneCatherine, dau.
of Colonel Charles Fitzgerald Mac-
kenzie, 60th Royal Rifles, and niece
of the late Sir Colin Mackenzie,

James William, of the United States,
b. 1827.

Charles Newnham, b. 24 June, 1828.

Clarence Hearne, physician, United
States, d. s. p. 15 Jan., 1852.

Septimus, b. 1832.

Octavus Dennett, d. 1844.

John Arnold, b. 1838.

3. Mary Anne, m. to John Arnold, Esq.,
of Rushville, Indiana.

I. Elizabeth, to., first, to Patrick Barry,
and, secondly, to Osmond Johnson, Esq.,

II. Mary, to. Thomas Glud, Esq., of
Priory, Isle of Wight, and had issue
Thomas ; Mary, to. to Edward Roberts,
Esq. ; Fanny, to. to Malcolm MacGre-
gor, H.B.M. Consul at Panama; and
Anne, to. to Charles Cornwall Cecil
Worsley, Esq.

III. Anne, to. to James Cantelo, Esq., and
had two daus. ; Jane, to. to Captain
Roberts, and Amelia, m. to Major-Gen.
George Stracey Smyth, Lieut.-Governor
of New Brunswick.

IV. Grace, to. to Mc Arthur, Esq,


I. Arg. a chev. gu. between three scorpions reversed

sable, for Cole.

II. Gu. an eagle displayed with two heads or., for

III. Arg. a fesse gu. between six Cornish choughs ppr.,
for Onslow.

IV. Arg. a chev. between three talbots passant, sa.

V. Barry of six arg. andaz. on a chief of the second three

griffins' heads erased or.

VI. Gu. three stumps of trees eradicated, on each a
bird or.

VII. Gu. a fleur-de-lis or., for Foulke.



VIII. Arg. a fess az. in chief a bull's head erased sa., in
base a griffin passant sable, wings expanded or.

IX. Arg. a chev. gu. between three scorpions reversed
sable, for Cole.

Crest. A naked arm holding a scorpion ppr. armed, or.
Motto. Deum cole, Regem serva, and Esto quod esse

Findlay, of Easter Hill, co. Lanark, as
borne by Robert Findlay, Esq., of that,

Arms. Arg on a chev. between two roses in chief, and
an eagle displayed in base, gu. two daggers chevron
ways, point downwards, of the first, hilted or. The
" red eagle of Dunlop " has been recently substituted for
the third rose previously boine, under the authority of
the Lyon office, the present Robert Findlay's mother
having been daughter of Robert Dunlop of Ilousehill,
co. Renfrew (second son of Dunlop of Gamkirk, a branch
of Dunlop of that Ilk), and Lillias, his wife, only child
of Robert Campbell of Northwoodside, and Catherine,
his wife, sister of Margaret, Countess of Glencairn, and
daughter of John Napier of Kilmahew, whose wife,
Lillias Colquhoun, was grand-niece of the great Marquess
of Montrose.

Crest. A boar passant arg.

Motto. Fortis in arduis.

West, of Howfield, Essex, and Pinner,
Middlesex ; traditionally descended from a
branch of the ancient family of West, Lords
De La Warr. The late Rev. George West,
A.M., rector of Stoke next Guildford, do-
mestic chaplain to Horatio, Earl of Orford,
married Sarah, only dan. and heir of Francis
Creitze, Esq., by Sarah, his wife, only child
of William Goldsborough, Esq., and Sarah,
his wife, one of the three daus. and co-heirs
of John Slaney, Esq. * and had, with a dau.,
one son, Francis George West, Esq., bar-
rister-at-law, who is married, and has an only
son, George West, and four dans, living De-
cember, 1852.

Arms. West, arg. a fesse dancette sa. ; Cbet/ze, gu.
a dexter arm issuaiit, the hand holding a sword with
three crescents on the point, all ppr. ; Goldsborough, az.
a cross fiory arg.; Slaney, gu. a bend between three
martlets or.

* The other daughters and coheirs of the above-named
John Slaney, Esq., were Mary, who first married William
Wheatley, Esq., Lord of "the Manor of Erith, and
secondly, William Hussey, Esq.; and Barbara, who mar-
ried John Girle, Esq.

Vade-Walpole, of Freethorpe, co.
Norfolk, as borne by Richard Henry Vade-
Walpole, Esq., of that place, Deputy-Lieu-
tenant of the county, son of the Rev. Ashton
Yade, Vicar of Hardingstone, co. North-
ampton, and chaplain to the Prince of Wales,
by Mary Rachel, his wife, eldest daughter of
the Hon. Richard Walpole, third son of
Horatio, first Lord Walpole, of Wolterton,
co. Norfolk. He assumed, by royal per-
mission, the surname and arms of Walpole
in addition to those of Vade. (See
Burke's Landed Gentry.)

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or. on a fesse, between
two chevrons sa three cross cross lets of the first for V\ ji,-
pole; 2nd and 3rd, az. a cross flory, between four escal-
lops or. for Vade.

Impaling. Per chev. engr. gu. and arg. three talbots'
heads erased, counter-changed for Dlincombe.

Crests. A Saracen's head, in profile coupedppr. ducally
crowned or., and from the coronet, along cap, turned for
wards gu. tasselled gold, and charged with a Catherine
wheel of the last, for Walpole. A dexter arm embowed
in armour, garnished or. the hand grasping a dagger, ppr.
hilt and pommel or, for Vabe.

Motto. Fari quae sentiat.


of Monkhams Hall, Waltham Abbey, co.
Essex, bears for

Arms. Erminois, a cross flory sa, between two tigers'
heads affronte in chief.

Crest. A greyhound's head and neck erased erm. hold-
ing in the mouth a trefoil, slipped ppr. and gorged with a
chevron collar.

Motto. Audacter et sincere.

Henn-Gennys, of Whitleigh, Devon, as
borne by Edmund Bastard Henn-Gennys,
Esq. of Whitleigh, eldest son of the late
Edmund Henn, Esq. (third son of William
Henn, Esq., of Paradise, co. Clare), who
married Mary, only child of John Gennys,
Esq., and adopted,by Royal License, in March,
1802, the additional surname and arms of

Arms. 1st and 4th quarterly, or. and arg. a lion
passant guardant per pale azure and gu., Gennys: 2nd
and 3rd," arg. a falcon sable bezanty belled or. in the
beak a sprig of myrtle, for Henn.

Crest. Of Gennys. An eagle per pale az. and gu. the
wings elevated, each charged with a bezant, from the
beak an e scroll arg. thereon the words, Deo Gloria.

Crest. Of Henn, a hen pheasant.

The present Mr. Henn-Gennys bears, on an Escutcheon
of Pretence, the arms of Croad, in right of his wife, dau.
and heir of the late John Croad, Esq.

De Rodes, of Balborough Hall, co. Derby.

Arms. 1st and 4th, arg. two cottises erm. in bend a
lion pass, guard, gules between two acorns az, for Rodes;
2nd and 3rd, erm. on a chev. sa. three cinque-foils or. for
Hatfield of Hatfield, co. York.

Crest. A cubit arm holding a branch of oak-leaves and
acorns all ppr.

Thresher, as borne by Frederick
Richard Thresher, Esq., of Marsh House,
Bentley, Hants.

Arms. Arg. a chevron gu. betw. three dragons' heads'
erect, and couped vert, each having in the mouth a cross
crosslet fitche gu.

Crest. A demi-buck reguardant, arg. gutte de sang
between two branches of fern ppr.

Godsal, of Tscoyd Park, co. Flint, as
borne by Philip Lake Godsal, Esq., of
Iscoyd Park, High Sheriff of Flintshire in

Arms. Per pale gu and az. on a fesse wavy arg.
between three crosses pattee or. as many crescents sa.

liirALiNG, in right of his wife, the Hon. Grace Anne,
eldest daughter of William Draper, Baron Wynford, the
shield of Bkst, viz. sa. a cinquefoil, within an orle of
cross crosslets, or. on a canton of the last, a portcullis of

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