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98th Foot and 7th Dragoon Guards (eldest son of Rev.
John Jameson of Windfield, by his wife Isabella Anne, dau.
of the late Gen. Sir Harry David Jones, G.C. B. ) by his
wife Helen Maud, eldest dau. of the late William Jameson
of Montrose, co. Dublin. Livery — Dark blue, scarlet
waistcoat, facings dark blue velvet. Armorial bearings
— Azure, a saltire or, cantoned in chief and flanks by
Roman galleys proper, and a bugle-horn in base of the
second. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of
the colours, a Roman galley proper, the sail gules, charged
with a lion passant guardant or; and for Motto, "Sine
metu." Seat — Windfield, Menlagh, co. Galway.

DAVID JARDINE JARDINE, Esquire, of Jardine
Hall, Lockerbie, Applegarth, Tinwald, and Torthorwald,
CO. Dumfries, and of Lauriston, co. Roxburgh, M.A. , J. P.,
F.R.G.S., Barrister-at-Law. Born 1847, being the only
son of the late James Jardine of Dryfeholm, Tinwald, Tor-
thorwald, and Jardine Hall, all in co. Dumfries. Armorial
bearings — Parted per pale argent and or, a saltire gules,
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Rulos doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of the colours is set
for Crest, a spur rowel gules. MottO— "Cave adsum."
Married, 1886, Mary Angela, dau. of Sir Charles T. Bright.
Postal addresses— 16 I'ark Lane, London, W. ; Applegarth
and Jardine Hall ; and Corrie Lodge, Lockerbie, N.B.

ROBERI' HERBERT HICATH JARY, Esquire, J. P.
for the cos. of Lancaster, Bedford, Leicester, and Norfolk,
Major late 12th Lancers. Born 1830, being the second
so.i of William Heath Jary, Esq., J. P. and D.L., by his
wife Sarah, dau of Rolx'-n I'ostle. (7uis—Army and
Navy, United Service. Armorial bearings— (Jules, on a
pile ermine, between two lions rampant respecting each
other or, three roses, two and one of the field. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, out
of clouds two arms embowed in armour proper, the hands
also proper, supporting a rose gules. Motto — "Mens
conscia recti." Married, 1862, Julia Mary, only dau. and
lieiress of David Bromilow of Bitteswell Hall, co. Leicester.
.SV(i/.v— Burlington House, and South Walshan), Norwich ;
Bitteswi'U Hall, Lutterworth, co. Leicester.

§ Deputy Inspector-General JOSEPH JEE, Companion
of the Most Flonourable Order of the Bath, upon
Tffl?r> "lohom Her Majesty has conferred the Decoration oj
Jl ^^ the I 'ictoria Cross, son of the late Christopher Prestott
Jee of Hartshill, in the county of IVanvich, by his
wife Elizabeth, daughter of John Eden ; Member of the
Royal College of Surgeons, England, 1841 ; served in \^th
Hussars many years ; exchanged from "jZth Highla?iders
(now Seaforth Highlanders) to Royal Dragoons, 1864 ;
and became Deputy Inspector-General of Army Hospitals
[half-pay], 1868; received the Victoria Cross, 1857; and
was created a Companion of the Most Honourable Order
of the Bath, 1858. Clubs — Army and Navy, Hurling-
ham. Livery — Dark blue, lined with yellow serge. Ar-
morial bearings as used, but for which no authority
has been established in the College of Arms, are for
Arms : Gules, a sivord in bend proper. Crest — A dexter
cubit arm erect holding in the gauntlet a sword; with the
Motto, " In fortitudo mea." Married, 1880, Norah Caro-
line, daughter of the late Charles Riley, Barrister-at-Law ,
of Queensboro' Terrace, Hyde Park. Postal address —
Queeniborough Hall, Leicester.

S THOMAS WILLIAM JEFFCOCK, Esquire, Justice
of the Peace and D. L. for the West Riding of York-
shire, late Major Yorkshire Dragoons (Yeomanry Cavalry).
Born Dec. 18, 1839, being the only son of the late Thomas
Dunn Jeffcock of Woodside, Sheffield. Clubs — Junior
Carlton, Cavalry. Livery — Blue with brass buttons. Ar-
morial bearings — He bears for Arms: Sable, three pick-
axes or, on a chief argent, a cross pat^e gules between
two ravens of the first. Upon the escutcheon is placed
a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling sable and
or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in
front of a mount of coal, therefrom issuant a de.xter arm
embowed, grasping a coal-pick all proper, a cross pat6e
argent; with the Motto, "Persevere." Married, Decem-
ber 1892, Hannah Maria, daughter of the late Makin
Durham of Thome, Doncaster, and widow of Frederick
Vickers of Dykes Hall, Sheffield. Postal address — 'S^\iv[&
House, Ecclesfield, Sheffield.

JEFFREYS, quartered by PRATT.

EDWARD JOSEPH JEKYLL, Esquire, late Capt.
64th Regiment, J. P. for the co. of Bedford. Born Aug. 18,
1839, being the eldest son of Edward Joseph Hill Jekyll,
Esq., of Wargrave Hill, Berks, Capt. Grenadier Guards,
by Julia, dau. of Charles Hammersley. Livety—Yi&xV.
blue (for black) coat with gold facings; black and yellow
striped waistcoat. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, i. or, a
fesse between three hinds trippant sable (for Jekyll) ; 2.
lozengy sable and argent, a chief per fesse indented or and
azure (for Stocker) ; 3. gules, a pair of wings inverted and
conjoined argent (for Barnhouse) ; 4. argent, three boar's
heads couped, between nine cross crosslets fitch($e gules (for
Brittrixton). Mantling sable and or. Crest- On a wreath
of the colours, a nag's head couped argent, maned and
bridled sable, studded and tasscUed or. Motto—" In Deo
confido." Married, Sept. 23, 1870, Theresa Frances Hen-
rietta, dau. of Wilhelm Julius August Heinrich Baron von

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Biel of Zierow Mecklenburg-Schwerin ; and has Issue— [\)
Millicent [/«., Oct. 7, 1896, Erich Baron von Maltzahn] ;




(2) Grace {d. Nov. 2, 1885). iVa^— Higham Bury, near
Ampthill, Bedfordshire.

§ HERBERT JEKYLL, Esquire, Companion of the
Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael
'TIpfetllT ^"'' Saint George, Colonel Royal Engineers.
j|va.[^U Born November 22, 1846, teing the fourth and
second surviving .son of the late Edward Joseph
Hill Jekyll of Wargrave Hill, in the county of Berkshire,
formerly Captain Grenadier Guards, by his wife Julia,
daughter of the late Charles Hammersley of 25 Park Cres-
cent, London ; entered Royal Engineers 1866, became
Captain 1878, Major 1886, Lieutenant-Colonel 1892, and
Colonel 1896, served in Ashantee War, 1873-1874; was
Private Secretary to the Earl of Carnarvon when Secretary
of State for Colonies, 1876-1878; Secretary to Colonial De-
fence Committee, 1878, 1879, and to Royal Commission on
the Defence of British Possessions and Commerce Abroad,
1879-1882 ; specially employed at War Office and at Singa-
pore, 1883-1885 ; Secretary to Colonial Defence Committee,
1885 ; Private Secretary to the Viceroy of Ireland (Earl
Carnarvon), 1885, 1886 ; Secretary to Royal Commission on
Melbourne Centenary lixhibition, 1888, 1889; appointed
PrivateSecretarytotheViceroyof Ireland (Baron Houghton),
1892; Secretary to Royal Commission on Paris International
Exhibition of 1900 in 1897 ; and was created a Companion
of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and
Saint George, 1885. Clubs — Athen:mun, Burlington Fine
Arts', Cosmopolitan, /./z'tvj— Black coat, great-coat and
trousers, black and yellow striped waistcoat, with brass
buttons. Armorial bearings -He bears for Arms : Quar-
terly, I. or, a fesse between three hinds trippant sable;
2. lozengy argent and sable, a chief per fesse dancett(?e or
and azure ; 3. gules, two wings inverted and conjoined in
leure argent, and in chief a crescent for difference ; 4.
argent, crusily fitch^e sable, three boars' heads erased
gules ; and upon an escutcheon of pretence for and in right
of his wife, the arms of Graham, namely or, on a chief in-
vected ermine, three escaUops of the field. Pendent below
the escutcheon is his badge as a Companion of the Most
Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and .Saint George;
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a liorse's

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head couped argent, bridled and studded ; will) the Motto,
" In Deo confido." Married, December 29, i88r, Agnes
Lowndes, sixth and youngest daughter of the late WiUiani
Graham, lisquire, of 35 Grosvenor Place, London, Deputy-




Lieutenant, formerly Member of Parliament for Glasgow ;
and has /wtt^— Francis Waller Jekyll, Gentleman, born
November 20, 1882 ; Barbara ; and Pamela Margaret.
Postal addresses- 2, Green Street, Park Lane; and Mun-
stead House, Godalniing.

ARTHUR RICHARD JELP', Esciuirc, Q.C.. M.A.
Ch. Ch., Oxon. Uorri 1837, being the second son of the
late Rev. R. W. Jelf, D.D.. Canon of Ch. Ch., O.xon.
formerly Prin. of King's Coll., London. Clith — Athen.tum.
Armorial bearings — Chevron engraileil azure and ermine,
in chief two doves argent, benked and legged gules, in base
three cinquefoils two and one of the last. Mantling' azure
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a stork
with wings elevated argent, beaked and legged gules, in the
beak a trefoil slipped vert, and on the breast a cross patde
of the second, the dexter claw resting on a fleur-de-lis or.
Married, 1867. Jane, youngest dau. of late William Chu-k
King, M.A. , Vicar of Norham, Northiunterland. Kesi-
dence— Oak House, Carlton Road, Putney Hill, S.W.

CANON JELF. Born , being the eldest son of the

late Rev. R. W. Jelf, D. D. , Canon of Ch. Ch. , Oxford, formerly
Prin. of King's Coll. , London. Armorial bearings —
Chevron engrailed argent and ermine, in chief two doves
argent, beaked and legged gules, in base tliree cinquefoils
two and one of the last. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a stork with wings
elevated argent, beaked and legged gules, in the beak a
trefoil slipped vert, and on the breast a cross pat^e of the
second, the dexter claw resting on a fleur-de-lis or. Married
and has Issue. Postal address — Rochester.

Coi.oNKL RICHARD HENRY JELF, C.M.G., R.E.

Bom 1844, being the son of the late Rev. Dr. Jelf,

Prin. of King's Coll., London, and Canon of Ch. Ch.,
Oxford. Armorial bearings— .\ chevron engi ailed azure
I and ermine, in chief two doves argent, teaked and legged
[gules, in base three cinquefoils two and one of the last.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
^colours, a stork with wings elevated argent, beaked and
legged gules, in the beak a trefoil slipped vert, and on the
breast a cross patde of the second, the dexter claw resting



on a fleur-de-lis or. Married, 1869, Margaret, dau. of the
late Prof. J. J. Blunt. Residence—

LOUIS WILLIAM JELF-PETIT, Esq., J.P. co. of
Stafford, formerly Lieut. H.M.'s 15th Regt. Born July
8, 1853, being the second surviving son of Rev. W. E.
Jelf, B.D. (son of the late Sir James Jelf), and Maria
Katherine, dau. of John Hayes Petit (assumed the name
of Petit by Deed I'oU, dated 1886, but not by Royal
Licence). Clubs — Naval and Military, Conservative (15ir-
mingham). Royal Welsh Yacht. Armorial bearings —
(Quarterly i and 4, per chevron engrailed azure and ermine,
in chief two doves beaked and legged gules, in base three
cinquefoils two and one of the last (for Jelf) ; 2 and 3
gules, a dexter arm issuing fesseways from a cloud in the
sinister, the hand holding the fasces erect proper, the
hearl of the axe between two mullets in chief argent (for




Petit). Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a stork with wings elevated argent, beaked
and legged gules, in the beak a trefoil slipped vert, and
on the breast a cross pat6c of the second, the dexter claw
resting on a fleur-de-lis or (for Jelf). Married, June 6,
1877, Helen, dau. of Rev. C. T. Vincent : and has Issue —
\n only dau., Elsie Louisa Vincent. Estate — Redcourt,
Lichfield. Postal address — Bodhyfyrd, Llanrwst.

ROSE LENOX CLARE JELF-SHARP, eldest dau.
and co-heir of the late Henry James Jelf-Sharp, Esq.,
Lieut. -Col. Scots Guards, late of Kincarrathie, Perth, and
Meadowside, Twickenham, by his wife Rosa Harriette
Lenox, dau. of the late George W. Lenox of Portland
Place, London. Livery — ■ Dark blue, red pipings and
waistcoat. Armorial bearings, on a lozenge, are — ■
Quarterly i and 4, argent, a fesse azure between two cross
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.1 bordure wavy gules (for Sliarp) ; 2 and 3, cliovron en-
grailed azinv and ermine, in chief two doves argent, beaked
and legged gules, in base three cinquefoils two and one of
the last (for jelf). A'isidc/it e—'Vhc Dower House, Wonersh,
Surrey.

CHARLES EDWARD J1<:NKINS, (ientlenian. Born
1875, being the only son of Robert l'>dward Arthur Jen-
kins, Lieutenant Bengal Staff Corps, by his wife Hannah,
daughter of S. 'rurnbull. Esquire ; succeeded his grand-
father, Major-General Charles Vanbrugh Jenkins, 1892.
Armorial bearings -He bears for Anns: Barry of six



of Kinel, in the county of Hereford, Vicar of Norton, and
Perpetual Curate of Wliitton, in the county of Radnor ; and
has /ssi/e — An only child, Rosa [married to John Alfred




azure and ermine, on a pile between three annulets or, a
lion rampant regardant sable ; and for his Crest, on a mural
coronet sable, a lion passant regardant or, supporting with
the dexter paw an escutcheon barry of six azure and ermine,
charged with an annulet or; with the Motto, " Perge sed
caute." Postal address — Cruckton Hall, Shrewsbury.

EDGAR KYNNERSLEYJENKINS.Gentleman. Born
March 18, 1891, being the eldest son of the late Edgar
Francis Jenkins, Esq., one of Her Majesty's Lieutenants
of the City of London, by his wife Marianne .Sophie
Eugenie, dau. of William Turner, Esq., and grand-daughter
of Sir Richard Jenkins, G.C.B. Armorial bearings —
Barry of six azure and ermine, three annulets, two in fesse
and one in base or, a pile of the last, thereon a lion
rampant regardant sable. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a mural crown
sable, a lion passant regardant or, supporting with the
dexter paw an escutcheon barry of six azure and ermine,
charged with an annulet or. Motto — -"Perge sed caute."
Estates — Charlton Hill, near Shrewsbury ; 7 Westbourne
Crescent, Hyde Park, W. Postal address —

M EDWARD JENKINS, Esquire, Justice of the Peace
^ and Deputy-Lieutenant for the county of Radnor, for
which he served the office of High Sheriff in the year 1870.
Born August 24, 1823, being the eldest son of the late
Edward Jenkins, Esquire, of Nant-y-groes, in the county of
Radnor, Justice of the Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant, by
Mary his wife, daughter and co-heir of the Reverend John
Pateshall Pyefinch, Clerk in Holy Orders, Vicar of West-
bury, in the county of Salop. Lh>e>y — Chocolate, brass
buttons. Armorial bearings— He bears for Arms : Gules,
a lion ramjjant within a bordure indented or, on a chief
argent, three hearts of the first ; and for his Crest, on a
wreath of the colours, a lion rampant or, holding between
the forepaws an escallop gules, and resting the dexter hind
paw on a plate charged with a heart as in the arms ; with
the Motto, " Byw a gad?el byw." Married, i860, Mar-
garetta, only surviving child and heiress of the Reverend
John Jenkins, of The Grove, Clerk in Holy Orders, Rector

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Bradney, Esquire (to whom refer)]. Estates — The Grove ;
Nant-y-groes. Postal address — The Grove, near Presteign,
Radnorshire.

§SiR JOHN JONES JENKINS, Knight Bachelor,
Justice of the Peace and Deputy-Lieuten.ant for the
county of Glamorgan (High Sheriff 1889), Justice of the
Peace for Swansea (Mayor 1869, 1870, 1879-1881), Honorary
Lieutenant Royal Navy Artillery Volunteers, was Member
of Parliament for the county of Carmarthen, 1882-1886.
Born 1835, being the son of the late Jenkins Jenkins,
Esquire, of Morriston, in the county of Glamorgan, by
his wife Sarah, daughter of John Jones; dubbed Knight
Bachelor, 1882. Clubs — Reform, National Union. Ar-
morial bearings — He liears for Arms : Party per pale
sable and gules, on a chevron between two Heurs-de-lis
in chief and a lion's gamb erased in base argent, a fleur-
de-lis of the first between two pellets. Upon the escut-
cheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
mantling sable and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a
wreath of the colours, a lion's gamb erect and erased
argent, holding a pellet charged with a fleur-de-lis, and
all between two fleurs-de-lis argent ; with the Motto, " Per-
severance." Man led, firstly, 1854, Margaret, daughter
of the late Josiah Rees of \Iorriston ; and secondly, 1864,
Katherine, youngest daughter of the late Edward Daniel ;
and has hsue — Olga Violet ; Alina Kate Elaine. Postal
address — The Grange, Swansea.

JENKINSON, quartered by FOLJAMBE.

BIRT ST. ALBYN JENNER, Esquire, Justice of the
Peace for the county of (Glamorgan. Born
1849, being the only son of the late Captain
Birt Wyndhani Rous Jenner, by his wife
Anne, eldest daughter of Langley St. Albyns
of Alfoxton, in the county of Somerset ; ^Iaster of the
West Somerset Foxhounds, 1891. Club — Junior Consti-
tutional. Livery — Dark blue coat, red waistcoat. Ar-
morial bearings He bears for Arms : Azure, two swords
in chevron argent, hiked and pommelled or, between
three covered cups of the last (for Jenner) ; 2. or, a fesse
between three fireballs azure, the latter issuant flames gules
(for Poe) ; 3. argent, on a chevron between three woodbiUs
sable, as many mullets pierced of the field (for Fust) ; 4.
azure, a chevron between three lozenges or (for Hyde) ; and for
his Crest, upon a wreatli of the colours, two swords in saltire
argent, hiked and pommelled or, supporting a covered cup of

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the last. Motto — " In pretiuiii persevers." Married, 1881,
Elizabetli (Jeorgiana, only daughter of the Reverend Richard
Prichard of Newtwld, Shipston-on-Stour, and Collenna, in
the county of Glamorgan. Estate — Alfo.xton I'ark, in the
county of Somerset. Postal address — Alfoxton Park, Bridg-
water, Somerset.

HENRY JENNER, Gentleman, F.S.A., Assistant
Librarian in the British Museum (appointed 1870), eldest
and only surviving son of the Right Reverend Henry Las-
celles Jenner, formerly Bishop of Dunedin, New Zealand [to
whom refer], and his wife Mary Isabel, eldest daughter of
the late Captain William Finlaison, Royal Navy, sometime
Governor of the Island of Ascension. Armorial bearings
— He bears for Arms : Quarterly, i. azure, two swords in
chevron argent, hiked and pommelled or, between three
covered cups of the last (for Jenner) ; 2. or, a fesse between
three fireballs azure, the latter issuant flames gules (for
Pee) ; 3. argent, on a chevron between three woodbills
sable, three mullets pierced of the field (for Fust) ; 4. azure,
a chevron between three lozenges or (for Hyde) ; and for
his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, two swords in
saltire argent, hiked and pommelled or, supporting a
covered cup of the last; with the Motto, " A Deo Rex, a
Rege lex." Married, July 12, 1877, Kitty Lee, daughter of
the late William John Rawlings of Downes, Hayle, in the
county of Cornwall ; and has Issue — Cecily Katharine Ysolt.
Postal address — The Old House, Bushey Heath, Herts.

The Right Ri.:vkke:nu Bi.shop HENRY LASCELLES
JENNER, Doctor of Divinity of the University of Cam-
bridge, Vicar of i'reston-next-Wingham, in the county of
Kent, first Bishop of Dunedin, in the Colony of New
Zealand (1866 1870), and Bishop of the Gallican Catholic
Church, Paris (1883-1891). Born 1820, being the eighth
son of the late Right Honourable .Sir Herl)ert Jenner-Fust,
Doctor of Laws, Dean of Arches, Judge of the Prerogative
Court of C!anterlmry, Master of Trinity Hall and a Member of
the Privy Council, by his wife Elizalicth, daughter of Major-
Gencral Francis Lascelles. Club — Junior Conservative.
Armorial bearings Me bears for Arms: (Quarterly, i.
azure, two swords in chevron argent, hiked antl pommelled
or, between three covered cups of the last (for Jenner) ;
2. or, a fesse between three firelialls azure, the latter issuant
flames gules (for Poe) ; 3. argent, on a chevron between
three woodbills saljle, three mullets pierced of the field (for
Fust) ; 4. azure, a chevron between three lozenges or (for
Hyde), the escutcheon being surmounted by the mitre of a
Bishop. Married, August 11, 1847, Mary IsalxM, eldest
daughter of the late C^ajjlain William I'inlaison of the Royal
Navy, sometime (Jovernor of the Island of Ascension ; and
has, with other Issue— An only surviving son, Henry Jenner,
Gentleman [to whom refer]. Residence — PreSton Vicarage,
Dover.

HUGH JENNI'.R, Escjuire, Justice of the Peace for the
county of (Glamorgan, and Justice of the Peace and Deputy-
Lieutenant for the county of Hereford. Uorii July 18, 1831.

.being the only surviving son of the late Robert Francis
Jenner, I'^squire, of Wenvoe Castle, Justice of the Peace and
Deputy-Lieutenant, and High Sheriff in the year 1828, by
his wife and cousin Elizabeth Lascelles, eldest daughter of
the Right Honourable the late Sir Herbert Jenner F'ust,
Doctor of Laws, Dean of Arches, Judge ol the Prerogative
Court of Canterbury, Master of Trinity and a Memlier of
the Privy Council, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Major
General Francis Lascelles. C7//(^— Constitutional. Ar-
morial bearings— He bears for Arms : tjuarierly, i. azure,
two swords in chevron argent, hiked and pommelled or,
between three covered cups of the last (for Jenner) ; 2. or,
a fesse between three fireballs azure, the latter issuant
flames gules (for Poe) ; 3. argent, on a chevron between
three woodbills sable, as many mullets pierced of the field
(for Fust) ; 4. azure, a chevron between three lozenges or
(for Hyde) ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the

: colours, two swords in saltire argent, hilled and pommelled

I or, supporting a covered cup of 'the last. Estate and postal

\ address—Venn Wood, near Hereford.

LAURA FRANCES JENNER, Widow, voungest
daughter of the Reverend William Birch, Rector of Easton
Grey, in the county of Wiltshire. Armorial bearings are,
upon a lozenge : (Quarterly, i. azure, two swords in chevron
argent, hiked and pommelled or, between three covered



cups of the last (for Jenner) ; 2. or, a fesse between three
fireballs azure, the latter issuant flames gules (for Poe) ;

3. argent, on a chevron between three woodbills sable, three
nmllets pierced of the field (for Fust) ; 4. azure, a chevron
between three lozenges or (for Hyde). Married, August
28, 1873, RoVjert Francis Lascelles Jenner, l*2squire. Justice
of the Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant, of Wenvoe Castle,
who died without issue. May 8, 1883. Estate and postal
address — Wenvoe Castle, Cardiff.

Sir WILLIAM JENNER, first Baronet, of Harley
Street, Cavendish Square, in the parish of Marylebone,
in the county of Middlesex, Knight Grand Cross of the
Most Honourable Order of the Fiath, Doctor of Medicine,
Doctor of Civil Law, Doctor of Laws, Fellow of the Royal
Society, Physician in Ordinary to the Queen. Born January
30, 1815, being the son of John Jenner, by Elizabeth his
wife. Sir William was created a Baronet, February 25,
1868 ; made Knight Commander of the Most Honourable
Order of the Bath in 1872, and made a Knight Grand
Cross of that Order, i88g. Armorial bearings— He bears
for Arms : Per chevron azure and or, in chief two estoiles
of the last, and in base a .serpent nowed proper, all within
a bordure engrailed ermine. Upon the escutcheon, which
is charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet, is placed
a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling azure and
or. Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, on a mount
vert, a lamp with three branches argent, suspended by
three chains or, fired proper. MottO — " F"ide et labore."
Married, July 30, 1858, Adela Lucy Leman, second
daughter of Stephen Adey of Gloucester Place, Portman
Sc|uare ; and has Issue — (1) W'alter Kentish William
Jenner, Escjuire, Captain and Adjutant 9th Lancers, born
October 12, i860; (2) Albert Victor Jenner, Esquire (upon
whom Her Majesty has conferred the Distinguished Service
Order), ist Battalion Rifle Brigade, born December 19,
1862 ; (3) Arthur Charles WMUiam Jenner, Esquire, Bache-
lor of Arts of the University of Oxford, Barrister, born
February 27, 1864 ; (4) Louis Leopold Charles Albert
Jenner, Esquire, Bachelor of .Arts of the University of
Oxford, born December 2, 1865 ; (5) Leopold Christian