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charged with a cross pat<Je sable. Motto — " In hoc signo
vinces." Married, Oct. 24, 1891, .Sophia, sixth dau. of
George Machonchy of Rathmore, co. Longford ; and has
Issue — Four sons. Residence — Coolock House, co. Dublin.

S RICHARD liRALR COI.VIN, Esquire, Justice of
the Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant for the county of
Essex, High Sherij/'iSgo, Major Suffolk Yeomaniy Cavalry.
Born August 4, 1856, being the eldest son of licale lilackivell
Colviu of Monkhams Hall, by his zvife Emma Elisabeth,
daughter of D. Britten, Esquire, Justice of the Peace and
Defiuty-f.ieutenant for the county of Middlesex. Club —
.■\rttiurs. Livery — Light drab, with scarlet ivaistcoat.
Armorial bearings as used, but for jahich no authority has
been established in the College of Arms, are for Arms : Ernii-
nois, a cross /lory sable, between two tigers heads affronti'e in
chief. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet bejilting his
degree, with a mantling sable and or ; and for his Crest,
upon a wreath of the colours, a greyhound'' s head and neck
erased ermine, holding in the mouth a trefoil slipped proper,
and gorged with a chei'ron collar; with the Motto, " Au-
dacter et sincere." Estate — Monkhams Hall, H'altham
Abbey, in the county of Esse.v. Postal address — Arthur's Club.

§ FORRESTER FAR NELL COLVIN, Esquire, Capt.
()th Lancers. Born Jan. 22, i860, being the third son of
Beale Blackwell Colvin, Esq., of Monkhams and Pishobuty,
Herts, by his 7oife Emma Elizabeth, dau. of Daniel Britten,
Esq., J. P. and D.L.,of Renswick, co. W'orcester. Club —
Naval and Military. Armorial bearings as used are
those granted bv Patent in 1818 to the descendants of Alex-
ander Colvin of Dumfries, namely : Arms — Erminois, a cross
floiy between two tigers' heads ajfronti'e in chief sable. Crest
— A greyhound's head and neck erased ermine, holding in
the mouth a trefoil slipped proper, and gorged with a chevron
collar. Motto — " Audacter et sincere." But no right to
these has been established in the College of Arms by the
above-tnentioned Mr. Colvin, nor does his pedigree as given
in " Burke s Landed Gentty" show any connection rvith the
said Alexander Colvin. Married, July 26, 1894, Hon.
Isabella Katharine M'C Unlock Bun bury, eldest dau. of
Rt. Hon. Lord Rathdonnell of Lisnavagh, Carlo-w, and

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Drumcar, co. Louth ; and has Issue — (i) John Forrester




Cluclackrgl!-5imgi



Colvin, b. Sept. 24, 1895 ; (2) George Denys Colvin, b. Oct.
II, 1896. Postal address — \Vy marks, Henjield, Sussex.

M CHARLES COMBE, Esquire, J.P. and D.L. for the
IS CO. of Surrey. Bom November 1836, being the eldest
son of Charles James Fox Combe, by his second wife Eliza,




daughter of Charles Roberts of Norwich. Clubs — Royal
Yacht Squadron, Royal Thames Yacht, Ocean, East India

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flited Service, Garrick. Livery — Undress : blue, red
waistcoat ; and for full dress red plush breeches. Armorial
bearingB — Azure, on a pale ermine between two tiliing-
spears erect or, three lions passant in pale gules. Mant-
ling azure and argent ; Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
on a mount vert, a dexter arm in armour embowed proper,
garnished or, around the arm a ribbon tied gules, the hand
grasping a broken tilting-spear all proper between two
Hagstaves, flowing from each a pennon gules. Motto — " Nil
timere, nee temere." Married, November i86r, Marianne
Harriet Catherine, only daughter of Captain Patrick Inglis,
Royal Navy ; and has Issue — (i) Charles Harvey Combe,
Gentleman, Member of Parliament for Chertsey, born
February 1863; (2) Percy Combe, Gentleman, born June
1864 [w. July 10, 1894, Edyth, dau. ot Col. Hugh Oldham,
Corps of Cjentlemen-at-ArmsJ; (3) Kenneth Combe, Esq.,
Capt. Royal Horse Artillery, born Dec. 1867; (4) Boyce
Haddon Combe, Gentleman, born October 1871 ; (5)
Harvey Edward Combe, Gentleman, bom May 1873 ; (6)
Herbert Combe, Gentleman, born March 1878 ; (7) Edgar
Combe, Gentleman, born February 1881; (8) Edmond
Combe, Gentleman, born January 1884 ; Grace Ethel
[married Capt. H. F. Deare, 8th Hussars]; Evelyn (married,
Novcmlier 16, T897, G. l-". Deane] ; Gertrude [married, June
7, 1894, ('apt. R. E. Lowndes Radcliffe, R. H. A.] ; Florence ;
Gwendolyn ; and Dorothy. Estate and postal address —
Cobham Park, Surrey.

CHARLES HARVEY COMBE. Gentleman, late Member
of Parliament for the North-West or Chertsey Division of the
county of Surrey. Born February i8, 1863, Ijeing the eldest
son of Charles Comix;, Gentleman, of Cobham Park, ("ol>-
ham, in the county of Surrey, and 27 Portland Place, W. ,
by his wife Marianne Harriet Catherine, daughter of the late
Captain Patrick [nglis, Royal Navy. Cliihs- Windham,
Carlton. Armorial bearings— He l)ears for Arms : Aznr.',



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on a pale ermine, l)ctwoon two tilting-spears erect or, tliree
lions passant in pale gules. Upon the escutcheon is plac(^d
a helmet lK>fitting his degree, with a mantling azure and
argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, on
a mount vert, a dexter arm in armour embowed proper,
garnished or, around the arm a ribbon tied gules, the hand
grasping a broken tilting-spear also proper, between two
flag-staves, flowing from each a pennon gules ; with the
Motto, "Nil timere ncc temere." Postal addresses—
Cobham Park, Cobham, Surrey ; 103 Jermyn Street, S.W.

S RICHARD THOMAS COMBE. Esquire, J.P. for
Somerset, Capt. and Hon. Major West Somerset Yeo.



Cav. Born 1854, l)eing the only son of the late Richard
Thomas Combe, Esq., J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1867, Bar-
rister-at-Law. and Recorder of Langport [who was the
second son of John Maddison of Alvingham, co. Ivincoln (by
Elizabeth his wife. dau. of John Andrews, who assumed by
Royal Licence, Dec. i8, 1849, the .surname of Combe in
compliance with the will of Richard Thomas Combe of
Ernshill]. Ijy his wife Elizateth Delicia. dau. of the late
Field-Marshal Sir John Michel!, G.C.B. Armorial bear-
ings — Per pale argent and or. three lions passant in pale
within an orle of mullets sable. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a morion in
front of a dexter arm embowed in armour, holding a sword
proper, and charged with a pheon sable. Scat — Ernshill,
Curry-Rivall, near Taunton.

AFiTHUR ERNEST COMPTON, Gentleman, fourth
son of thelate(JeorgeCompton.byhiswife
/fr|s«YlMf-ftrt ]'xnc Alice, daughter of George Brooker.
Vu^U 1 1 ip VU 1 1 Armorial bearings— He tears for Arms :
Argent, a fesse nebuly sable, between two
est|uires' helmets proper, a chief gules, thereon a Ix^acon
fired of the third. IxUween two lions' heads erased of the
first. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting
his degree, with a mantling sable and argent ; and for his
Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a beacon fired,
a lion couchant, supporting with the forepaws an esquire's
helmet all proper ; with the MottO, " Nisi Dominus."

BEAUMONT ALBERT COMPTON, Gentleman, fifth
son of the late George (Jompton, by his wife Jane Alice,
daughter of George P.rooker. Armorial bearings — He
bears for Arms : Argent, a fesse nebuly sable, Ijetween two
esquires' helmets proper, a chief gules, thereon a Ix-acon
fired proper of the third, lx;tween two lions' heads erased of
the first. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet Ix^fitting
his degree, with a mantling sable and argent; and for his
Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a Ixiacon fired,
a lion coucliant, sup|)orting with the forejjaws an escjuire's
helmet all proper; with tiie Motto, " Nisi Dominus."

GEORGE WILLIAM COMPTON, Gentleman. Born
October 22, 1847, Ix'ing the third son of George Conipton,
by his wife Jane Alice, daughter of George Brooker.
C///(«— Kimberley (Kimberley). Armorial bearings— He
Ix-ars for Arms: Argent, a fesse neb\ily sable, between




two esquires' helmets proper, a chief gules, thereon a
beacon fired of the third, Iwtween two lions' heads erased
of the first. Upon the escutcheon is plact^d a helmet
liefitting his degree, with a mantling sable and argent ;
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front
of a beacon fired, a lion couchant. supporting witli the
forepaw an esquire's helmet all proper ; with the Motto.
"Nisi Dominus." Married, February 22, 1883, Rosina,



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liaiisiluei- of William Richmd Lock Vicary ; and has Issue
— (i) Albert George William Compton, Gentleman, born
SeptemlKM- 30, 1885; (2) Sidney Krnest Vicary Compton,
Gentleman, Iwrn Ausust 24, 1894; (3) Cyril Henry Comp-
ton, Cientleman, born Nov. 24, 1896 ; Maud Alice ; and
Irene Rosina. Postal rtrf^^wj— Gladstone and Kimbcrley,
South Africa.

HKNRY JAMES COMPTON, Gentleman, second son
of the late George Compton, by his wife Jane Alice,
daughter of George Brooker. Armorial bearings— He
U^irs for Arms: Argent, a fessc nebnly sable, between
two esquires' helmets proper, a chief gules, thereon a
beacon fired of the third, t)etwecn two lions' heads erased
of the first. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
iK-fitting his degree, with a mantling sable and argent ;
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front
of a Ixiacon find, a lion couchant, supporting with the
forepaw an escpiire's helmet all proper ; witli the Motto,
" Nisi Doniinus." Married, and has Issue— Owv son.

WALTER GEORGE COMI'TON, Gentleman, eldest
son of the late George Compton, by his wife Jane Alice,
daughter of George " Brooker. Armorial hearings— He
l)ears for Arms : Argent, a fesse nebuly sable, between
two esquires' helmets proper, a chief gules, thereon a
beacon fired of the third, Ix^tween two lions' heads erased
of the first. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
Ix-fitting his degree, with a mantling sable and argent ;
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front
of a Ix-acon fired, a lion couchant, supporting with the
forepaw an esquire's helmet all proper ; with the Motto,
" Nisi Dominus." Married, and has Issue— Onu son.

JOHN CONACHER, Esquire, Lieut. -Col. in the Engineer
and Railway Volunteer Staff Corps, General Manager North
British Railway. Born Sept. 22, 1845, being the eldest son
of the late Charles Conacher, Merchant, Perth. Armorial
bearings— He bears for Arms : Or, on a fesse, between
two boars' heads in chief and a cross couped in base gules,
three tleurs-de-lis of the field. Upon the escutcheon is
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling gules
doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is set
for Crest, a falcon rising azure ; and in an escroll over the
same this Motto, " Audaciter et velociter." Postal address
— .Athole Lodge, Spylaw Road, Edinburgh.

EDW.\RD CONDER, Esquire, J. P. co. Hereford. Born

Novemter 27, 1829, being the eldest son of

(TTHnflPr ^^^ ^'^^^ Richard Conder, by Alice his wife,

V^UHUvl- (laughter and co-heiress of John Haygarth

of Syke, in the county of York ; the said

Richard Conder being the fourth son of the late Edward




Conder of Terry Bank, in the county of Westmorland.
Livery — Blue coat with silver buttons and black velvet
collar. Armorialbearlngs— He bears for Arms: Argent,

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on a bend wavy azure Ix'tween two lymphads sable, sails
furled, Hags flying and oars in luotion, also sable, an anchor
(Mitwinetl with a cable or ; and for a Crest, on a wreath of
the colours, in front of a lymphad as in the arms, an anchor
fesseways, the Hukcs to the dexter or ; with the Motto, " Je
conduis." Married, September 9, 1856, to Susanna, elder
daughter of Henry Kitton of Ringstead, in the county of
Norfolk ; and has /.m«c— Edward Conder, Gentleman [to
whom refer] ; and Alice Susanna [married, 1880, to R. C.
Smith Carrington, of Worcester, Master of Arts]. Estates

Terry Bank, in the county of Westmorland ; Newbold,

in the county of Leicester; New Court, in the county of
Hereford. Postal address— Veny Bank, Kirby Lonsdale,
Westmorland.

§ EDWARD CONDER, Esquire, Junior, F.S.A., for-
merly Capt. Volunteer Forces. /ior« January 7, 1861,
being the only son of Edward Conder, Esquire, of Terry
Bank |to whom refer], by his wife Susanna, elder daughter
of Henry Kitton of Ringstead. C/^/; — Constitutional.
Livery — Blue coat with silver buttons and black velvet
collar, and a scarlet waistcoat. Armorial bearings— He
bears for Arms : Argent, on a bend wavy azure between
two lymphads sable, sails furled, flags Hying and oars in
motion, also sable, an anchor entwined with a cable or;
and for a Crest, on a wreath of tlie coloius, in front of a
lymphad as in the arms, an anchor fessewise, the flukes to
the dexter or; with the Motto, "Je conduis." Married,
April 1887, Bertha Helen Louisa, elder daughter of the late
Dering Williams of the Madras Civil Service ; and has
/ssue — Edward Conder, Gentleman, born April 5, 1888.
Postal address — The Conigree, Newrut, Gloucs.

§ JAMES HERCULES FITZWALTER HENRY
"CONNELLAN, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Kilkenny
(High Sheriff 1890), formerly Hon. Lieut. -Col. sth Batt. R.
Irish Regt., and late Capt. Hampshire Regt. Born 1849,
Ijeing the eldest son of the late Peter Connellan, Esq., J. P.
and D.L. , of Coolmore, by Anne Maria, second tlau. of
the Rev. Sir Hercules R. Langrishe, 3rd Bart. Club—
Army and Navy. Livery — Dark blue with gilt buttons,
red and black striped waistcoat. Armorial bearings— Per
fesse azure and vert, a fesse or, between in chief a jjelican
argent, vulned gules, and in base a land tortoise passant
of the third. Mantling azure and or ; and for his Crest,
upon a wreath of the colours, an owl perched on the stump
of an oak tree proper. Mottoes—" Inter utrumque" and
(over the crest) " Tace et sape." Married, April 5, 18B1
Laura, dau. of Richard Ussher Roberts of Waterford ; and
has Issue— VeicY Martin Connellan, Gentleman, b. Feb. 19,
1882; and Marguerite Elizabeth. Seat — Coolmore, Thomas-
town, CO. Kilkenny.

THOM.'\S CONOLLY. Born 1870, being the eldest
son of the late Thomas Conolly, Esq., of Castletown, J. P.
and D. L. , and many years M.P. for co. Donegal, by Sarah
Eliza, eldest dau. of Joseph Shaw, ICsq., of Celljridge, co.
Kildare. Armorial bearings — Argent, on a saltire en-
grailed sable, five escallops of the field. Mantling sable
and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
a dexter cubit arm vested azure, cuffed argent, the hand
proper, grasping a chaplet or. Motto—" Fiat Dei voluntas. "
i'^-aAf— Castletown, Celbridge ; Cliff, Belleck, co. Donegal.

§ GERALD MARCELL CONRAN, Esquire, J. P.,
Capt. Royal Cornwall Rangers Militia. Born March
31, 1851, being the fourth son of the late Capt. William
Adam Conran, J. P., by his wife Robina Augusta, dau. of
Robert Andreto of Harperhay, near Manchester. Armorial
bearings as used, but for which no authority has been
established, are — Vert, on a chevron argent, three martlets of
the field, betweeii as many hinds' heads erased of the second.
Crest — A hinds head erased argent. Motto — " In deo spes
7nea." Married, April le,, 1884, Jane Frances, eldest dau.
of the Rev. William Pollexfen Bastard; and has Issue —
[i) John Marshall Conran, b. Sept. 17, 1886; (2) William
Adam Bastard Conran, b. Sept. 28, 1887; and Frances
Mary. Residence — liradridge House, Diptford, co. Devon.

HENRY ARTHUR LEWIS CONRAN, Es,j., J.P.
for Jamaica, late Lieut. Royal Cornwall Rangers Militia.
Born Sept. 3, 1856, bein^ the third son of the late Capt.
William Adam Conran, J.P., by hiswife Robina Augusta,
dau. of Robert Andrexu of Harperhay, near Manchester.
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; established, arc — P'ert, on a chevron argent, three man-
lets of the field, between as many hinds' heads erased of the
second. Crest — A hind's head erased ardent. Motto — ' ' In
dfo spes tnea." Married Elizabeth Alice, dau. of Charles
William Steer of Brad field, St. Anne's co., Jamaica;
and has Is^xic— Ethel Penelope. Residence— /tjrrf Park,
Plymouth.

WILLIAM ADAM CONRAN, Esquire, J. P., late
Lieut. 1st Stafford Militia. Born Oct. 19, 1852, being the
eldest son of Capt. William Adam Conran, J. P., by his
■wife A'obina Augusta, dau. of Ruhert Andrew of Harper-
hay, near Manchester. Armorial bearings as used, but
for ivhich no authority had been established, are — Vert, on
a che^'ron argent, three fnartlets of the field, between as
many hinds' heads erased of the second. Crest— A hind's
head erased argent. Wotto-—" In deo spes mea." Married
Agnes, widow of William Narcott Steiuart of Shaw Park,
Jamaica; and has Issue— (i) William Douglas Baynes
Conran, b. Dec. 4, i88i ; (2) Percy Drysdale Wogan
Conran, b. 1885. ]<^^\(l&nc&~ Edinburgh Castle, St. Anne's
CO., Jamaica.

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§ HERBERT CONSTABLE-MAXWELL-STUART,
Esc|uire, Justice of the

Constable: 0j0artoen=
Stuart



I'cace for the West
Riding of the county
of York, and Deputy-
Lieutenant for the
county of I'eebk-s.
Horn July 20, 1842, lieing the eldest son of the late Henry
C'onstabli - Maxwell-Stuart, Esquire, commonly known as
the M<Miourable Henry Constable-Maxwell-Stuart, Justice
of the Peace, Deputy-Lieutenant, and his wife Juliana [to
whom refer], daughter of the late Peter Middleton of Storkeld
Park. Clubs Athena-mn, liachelors'. Armorial bearings
-He l)ears for Arms : (Quarterly, r. grand quarter, quarterly
i. or, a fesse chequy azure and argent, ii. azure, three garbs
or, iii. sable, a mullet argent, iiii. argent, an orle gules, in
tliief three martlets sable, l)eaked of the second, all within a
l)onlure gul<\s (for Stuart) ; 2. grand cpiarter, argent, a two-
headed eagle displayed sable, beaked and menil)ered gules,
l)i\aririg on his breast an escutcheon of the tirst, charged
with a saltire of the second, surcharged with an urcheon
or (for Maxwell, I-'.arl of Nithsdale); 3. grand quarter,
(juarterly i. and iiii. argent, a saltire sable, in chief a label of
three points gules, ii. and iii. argent, three urcheons sable
(all for Maxwell, Lord Hi-rries) ; 4. grand quarter, quar-
terly gules and vair, a bend or (for Constable). Upon the
eseutelieon is placed a helmet Ix-fitting his degree, with a
mantling gules and argent; and upon a wreath of his
liveries is set for Crest, on a garb a crow proper ; and in an
escroll over the same this Motto, "Judge nought." Estates
— Traquair, in the counties of Peebles and S<-lkirk ;
Terregles, in the county of Kirkcudbright. Postal address—
Traciuair, Innig-leithen, N.B.

§I-RANCIS INCRAM CONWAY-GORDON, Esquire,
Justice of the Peace for Parts

(irOntaatJsdt^firtinn "'^ I-indscy, in the county of
VJ^UnUJOJ7'V;i;UlUUU ij„coln, Deputy- Lieutenant
for the county of Lincoln,
Lieutenant-Colonel, late 3rd Battalion Lincolnshire Regi-
ment, Alderman Lindsey County Council since its formation
in January 1889. Horn Septemlier 23, 1833, Ijeing the second
son of Captain William Conway-Gordon, S3rd 15engal Native
Infantry, by his wife Louisa, daughter of Brigadier-General
J. Vanrenen, Honourable East India Company's Service.
( '////'J— Carlton, Royal Alliert Yacht Club(Southsea). Livery
— Dark blue coat with yellow collar, yellow waistcoat, yellow
plush knee-breeches, white stockings. Armorial bearings
—He bears for Arms: Quarterly i." azure, three boars' heads
couped or ; 2. or, three lions' heads erased gules, langued
azure ; 3. or, three crescents within a double tressure gules ;
4. azure, three cinquefoils argent, in the dexter chief point
a canton ermine, charged with a crescent or, the whole being
within a l)ordure compony argent and azure (for difference).
Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree,
with a mantling gules, doubled argent; and above is set
for Crest, issuing out of a mural crown or, a stag's head
at gaze proper, attired and charged on the neck with a
crescent of the first ; and in an escroll over the same this



Motto, " Bydand," and also in an escroll below the shield
tins Motto, "Aninio non astutia." Married, March 5,
1859, Mary Raikes, only daughter of the late John T.
Garrett, Royal Artillery, of Portsmouth, in the county of




Southampton, and has Issue— [\) Ingram Cosmo Conway-
(iordon, Esciuire, Major llighlantl Light Infantry, born
February 6, i860 [married, November i, 1892, Ethel, second
daughter of Colonel Forbes Macbean, late 92nd High-
landers, .Sergeant-at-Arms to the Queen] ; (2) Frank Conway
Gordon, Gentleman, born August 23, 1861, late Lieu-
tenant 4th Dragoon Guards ; (3) Lewis Conway-Gordon,
lisquire. Captain Royal Marine y'lrtillery, born October 27,
1863 [niarried Amy Delia, third daughter of Rev. F. Otway
Mayne] ; and lithel [married Major Swan, 3rd Battalion
Lincolnshire Regiment, of Sansthorpe Hall, Sjiilsby].
A.'.v/(//<-.f — Lynwode and Market Rasen, in the county of
Lincoln. Postal address — Lynwodc Manor, Market Rasen,
Lincolnshire.




CONYERS, Barony of, in' the Peerage of England.
Held successively by the families of Conyers and Darcey.
At the decease of tiie eighth Baron (fourth Earl of
Holderness), the Barony passed to his daughter Amelia,
wife of the fifth Duke of Leeds. At the death of the
seventh Duke of Leeds, the Barony passed to his nephew,
Sackville George Lane-Fox, the twelfth and late Baron
Conyers. At his death, August 24, t888, the title fell into
abeyance between hisdaughters, Marcia Amelia Mary, Coun-
tess of Yarborough, and Violet Ida ICveline, (now) Countess
of Powis, until the abeyance was terminated in favour of
the former [to whom refer] by Her Majesty, June 8, 1892.



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Armorial bearings used rxrc as aliove — Quartcily , i. arsjcnt ,
a chevron Ixnween three foxes' heads erased gules (l'"ox);
2. argent, a hon rampant giiles, a bordure sable, a canton
azure, charged with a harp or (Lane); 3. quarterly ermine
and azure, a cross or (Osborne) ; 4. azure, three cinquefoils



inescutchcon gules, charged with a chevalier on horseback
brandishing a spear argent. Supporters (ai)])ertaining to
tlie Barony of Conyers) — -Two lions azure. The quarterings
oflicially established in the College of Arms, however, are
as follows (vide illustration) : i. Fox ; 2. Lane ; 3. Farrell ; 4.




between nine cross crosslets argent (Darcy) ; 5. azure, three
bars gemelles and a chief or (Meynell) ; 6. azure, a m'aunch
or (Conyers) ; 7. gules, on a saltire argent, a fleur-de-lis
azure (Nevill) ; 8. quarterly i. and iiii. argent, an in-
escutchcon .sable, an escarbuncle or, ii. and iii. gules, six
inescutcheons argent, three, two, and one, over all an

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Burke ; 5. Fitzgerald ; 6. Manning ; 7. Pitt ; 8. Cadbury ; 9.
Savage; 10. Daniels; ii.Swinnerton ; 12. Becke; 13. Vernon;
14. Bostock ; 15. Venables ; 16. Button ; 17. Thornton ;
18. Minshull; 19. Allington ; 20. Burghe ; 21. Argentine;
22. Tecon ; 23. Gardiner ; 24. Middleton ; 25. Cordell ;
26. Webb ; 27. Darcy ; 28. Langley ; 29. Harleston ; 30.

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Kytson ; 31. Kytson : 32. Donnington ; 33. Pye ; 34. Pye ;
35. Parker ; 36. Lovel ; 37. Tichmersh ; 38. Burnell ; 39. Hol-
land ; 40. Zouchc ; 41. Rohan ; 42. Brittany ; 43. Beurnes ;
44. Quincey ; 45. Bellomont ; 46. Melent ; 47. Gwadyr ;
48. Fitzosborn ; 49. Yvery ; 50. Grantmesnil ; 51. Galloway ;
52. Morvile ; 53. Longespee ; 54. Rosemar ; 55. Riddes-
ford ; 56. Deincourt ; 57. Grey ; 58. Fitzalan ; 59. Haget ;
60. Morley ; 6r. Marshall; 62. Marshall of Rye; 63.
Aitkins ; 64. Hawkins ; 65. I?ay ; 66. Wright ; 68. Osborne ;
6g. Broughton ; -jo. Broughton ; 71. Hewitt ; 72. Hyde ;
73. Godolphin ; 74. Rinsy ; 75. Godolphin ; 76. Killigrew ;
77. Kemtebury ; 78. Arvenick ; 79. Boligh ; 80. Trenouth ;
81. Glinne ; 82. Bonithon ; 83. Churchill ; 84. Winston ;
85. Gwaith Voyd of Winston ; 86. Kariadoc ; 87. Beli
Mawr; 88. Taithwcll; 89. Inyr ; 90. Inyr; 91. Carlion ;
92. Cecil ; 93. Jenings ; 94. Jcnings ; 95. Rowlet ; 96.
Knoght ; 97. Darcy ; 98. D'Arcy ; 99. Bertram ; 100.
Heron ; loi. Meynell ; 102. Tempest ; 103. Carew ; 104.
Other ; 105. Windsor ; 106. Fitzstephen ; 107. Tuit ; 108.
Hoo ; 109. Andervill ; 110. St. Legcr ; iii. St. Maur; 112.
Malmains; 113. Willcs; 114. ISngaine ; 115. Waterton ;
116. Bryan; 117. Conyers ; 118. St. Quintin ; 119. Rylc-
ston ; 120. D'Arcy ; 121. Nevill ; 122. Nevill ; 123. Nevill ;



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