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BLACKIE. — The sons of Ven. Ernest Morell Blackie,
Archdeacon of Stow, and Caroline Sophie Campbell
Stewart, should be described as — " (i) John Ernest Hal-
dane Blackie, Gentleman, B.A. (Camb.), Asst.-Master
Bradfield College, b. 1904 ; (2) Christopher James Morell
Blackie, Gentleman, b. 1908."

BRIDGES. — The entry which appears in the body of
the work for Mr. Herbert Charles Blackett Bridges should
be amended as follows : His father should be described
as — " Lieut.-Col. William Bridges, 59th Regt. of Foot
(East Lancashire), of Heatherdene House, Highfield,
Southampton, and Court House, Overton, Hants., b.
1 82 1 ; d. 1897 ; m. 1873, Ellen, d. of Rev. Thomas Floud,
M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Overton." Mr. Bridges' resi-
dence should read — " Hill Brow, Mount Ephraim, Tun-
bridge Wells."

BRIGG of Keighley. — The entry which appears in
the body of the work should be amended as follows :
The sons of the late Thomas Brigg and Helen Amelia
Haggas, should be described as — " John Haggas Brigg,
Gentleman, b. 1891 ; w. 1919, Doris Evelyn, d. of Sir
Prince Prince-Smith, Bart, and has issue — 3 daus. Res. —
Southburn Cote, Southburn, Driffield, Yorks.

Denis Anderton Brigg, Gentleman, M.D., b. 1901.
Res.— "

CINNAMOND. — The entry which appears in the body
of the work should be amended as follows : Mr. James
Cinnamond's father should be described as — " Thomas
Cinnamond, Gentleman, Solicitor, of Almeida House,
Belfast, b. 1830 ; d. 1880 ; m. 1853, Margaret Tierney
Morrison, of Monaghan."

CLACK. — Major Thomas Stanley Clack, T.D., R.A.,
elder son of Thomas Augustus Stable Clack, F.R.G.S.,
married 1929, Margery Gladys, second daughter of Capt.
Ralph Fremlin, late Hodson's Horse, Indian Army, of
Maidstone, Kent, and Buskhall Park, Mudigere, Mysore

(q.v.) and impales the arms of Fremlin, namely — Gules, a
chevron between three esquires' helmets each with one
plume argent.

CLARKE. — The entry which appears in the body of
the work for the sons of the late Thomas Clarke of Aller-
ton Hall, Lanes., and Elizabeth Ruddell, should be
amended as follows : The arms should read — " Quarterly
of ten, 1, gules, three swords erect in pale points upwards
argent (Woodchurch) ; 2, paly wavy of six ermine and
sable (Clarke), etc."

EBBLE WHITE.— Mr. Ernest Arthur Ebblewhite is
now LL.D. {honoris causa) of Sheffield University, chair-
man of Highgate Petty Sessions, Past Master of the
Worshipful Company of Ironmongers, Commander of
the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, and has received
a bar to his Order of Mercy.

FRANKLIN.— Dr. Charles Aubrey Hamilton Franklin,
married 18 July, i929,Erica Milly, eldest daughter of Felix
Dickeson Bolton, of Haimer House, Bickley Park, Kent
(q.v.), grandson of late Sir Richard Dickeson, Kt., J. P., of
Dover, co. Kent, and impales the arms of Bolton,
namely — Quarterly, 1 and 4, Bolton ; 2 and 3, Dickeson.
He now resides at Kerri, Pines Road, Bickley, Kent.

Mr. Charles Peter Damian Franklin, of Wakefield, co.
Yorks., married 1928, Olive, daughter of Robert Row-
and, A.M. I.C. E., of Sandal, Wakefield, and has issue —
David Cyril Franklin, Gentleman, born 1929.

GRANT. — Mr. Francis James Grant was appointed
Lyon King of Arms, 1929, and now impales his family-
arms with the official coat of Lyon King of Arms.

THRUSTON.— Mr. Edmund Heathcote Thruston is
not entitled to the arms quoted for him in the body of
work, or to any other arms, and the Editor deeply regrets
that the entry was included.



I'ANSON. Quarterly, azure and gules, a cross flory,
in the first and fourth quarters an annulet or, a chief

in lente.d of the last, a crescent for difference. Mantling
azure and or. Crest— Upon a w.eath cf the colours, a
cubit arm habited per pale indented azure and or, en-
circled by an annulet of the last, the hand proper holding
a cross as in the arms. Motto—" Faire mon devoire."

Second and only surviving son of William Andrew
I* Anson, M.R.C.S. and L.S.A. (Lond.), by his wife
Ann, dau. of William Armstrong of Child's House,
Morpeth, in theco. of Northumberland, and the grand-
daughter of James Grant, Corriemony, in the co. of
Inverness, a cadet of Grant of that ilk: —
William Andrew I' Anson, Gentleman, b. 1848. Estate —
Denton, in the co. of Northumberland.

Sons of the late Thomas I'Anson, M.R.C.S. Lond.,
by his wife Elizabeth Young, dau. of George Young
of Boldin House, co. Durham : —
William Andrew I'Anson, Esq., J. P. Yorks. , b. 1867.
Res. — Highfield, Norton, Malton, Yorks.

Thomas Charles I'Anson, Gentleman, b. 1869.


ILBERT (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, two chev-
ronels engrailed vert between three roses gules, barbed and
seeded proper (Ilbert) ; 2 and 3, argent, a lion rampant per
fesse gules and vert between seven pheons azure (Roope) ;
Mantling vert and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, a cock pheasant argent, combed and wattled
gules, holding in the beak a red rose slipped proper, and
standing on a mount vert. Motto — "Nulla rosa sine

Son of Rev. Peregrine Arthur Ilbert, Rector of Thurle-
stone, Devon, b. 1810; d. 1894; m. 1840, Rose Anne
{d. 1 911), eld. d. of George Welsh Owen of Lowman
Green, Tiverton, Devon: —

The late Sir Courtenay Peregrine Ilbert, G.C.B. (191 1),
K.C.S.I. (1895), CLE. (1882), M.A. Oxford, Clerk of the
House of Commons, b. 1841 ; m. 1874, Jessie, d. of the late
Rev. Charles Bradley; and d. 1924, leaving issue— Lettice
[m. 1899, Herbert Albert Laurens Fisher, Vice-Chancellor of
Sheffield Univ., late Fell, and Tut. of New Coll., Oxford] ;
Olive [m. 1912, Michael Heseltine, M.A. Oxon.] ; Jessie
Helen [m. 1904, George Young, M.V.O., late Diplomatic
Service, eld. son of Sir George Young, Bart., and has
issue]; Margaret Peregrine \m. 1907, Arthur William
Stewart Cochrane, M.V.O. , Norroy King of Arms, formerly
Rouge Croix Pursuivant at Arms, son of Rev. David
C.Cochrane]; and Joyce Violet. Seat — Troutwells, Penn,

ILBERT (R.L., H. Coll.). Or, two chevronels engrailed
vert between three roses gules, seeded and barbed proper.
Mantling vert and or. Crest — -Upon a wreath of the
colours, a cock pheasant argent, combed and wattled
gules, holding in the beak a red rose slipped proper and
standing on a mount vert. Motto — " Nulla rosa sine

Eld. surv. son of Rt. Rev. Alfred Earle, D.D.,

Bishop of Marlborough, b. 1827 ; d. 19 18 ; m. 1866,

Frances Anne {d. 1911), eld. d. of William Roope

Ilbert, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Bowringsleigh, and

Horswell House, Devon : —

Francis Alfred Ilbert (formerly Earle), Esq., J. P. Devon.

Lt.-Col. late R. Warwick Regt.,b. 1869 ; assumed by R.L,

the surname and arms of Ilbert ; m. 1898, Margaret

Henrietta Nugent, d. of the late Henry Hyde Nugent

Bankes, of Wraysbury, Bucks., and has issue— Timothy

Earle Ilbert, Gentleman, b. 1905 ; and Margery Frances

Earle. Seat — Bowringsleigh, Kingsbridge, Devon. Club

— Army and Navy.


ILLINGWORTH (H. Coll.). Argent, on a fesse
flory counter flory gules, between three escallops sable,
as many roses of the field, barbed and seeded proper,
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of
the colours, upon a crescent argent, a cock proper.
Supporters — On either side a cock sable, combed,
wattled and winged gules, gorged with a collar or,
pendent therefrom an escutcheon gold, charged with a
fleur-de-lys sable. Badge — A wild rose argent, slipped
and leaved proper, entiled with a Baron's coronet or.
Motto — " Illingworth remembers."

Second son of Henrv Illingworth, of Ladye

Royd Hall, Bradford, b. 1829; d. 1895 ; m. i860,

Mary (d. 1908), d. of Sir Isaac Holden, Bart. : —

Rt. Hon. Albert Holden Illingworth, P.C., Baron

Illingworth, of Denton (4 June 1921), J. P. Bradford,

6. 1865. Res. — 44 Grosvenor Square, W.i. Clubs

— Boodle's, Reform.






ILLINGWORTH (H. Coll.). Argent, a fesse ermines,
charged with a rose gules, barbed and seeded proper,
between two pallets or, in chief two escallops and in base
a fleur-de-lys sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
On a wreath argent and sable, within a crescent argent, a
cock sable, armed, wattled and wings elevated and
addorsed gules. Motto — " Illingworth remembers."

Son of : —

Walter Illingworth, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

The Woodlands, Blackburn, Lanes.

Son of John Thomas Illingworth, Gentleman, of

Kendal : —
James Romney Illingworth, Capt. 2nd Vol. Batt. The
Border Regt., b. . Res. — West Bank, Kendal,


IM THURN (H. Coll., 1905). Azure, a lion's head
erased or, langued gules, in the dexter chief point a tower
of the second. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a lion's head as in the arms, holding
in the mouth a sprig of edelweiss proper. Motto — " In
turre securitas."

Son of John Conrad im Thurn, Gentleman, of 5 Coll-

ingham Gardens, S.W. , b. 1846; d. 1921 ; m. 1875,

Sarah Maria, d. of John KnowlesofStainforth, Yorks. : —

Capt. John Knowles im Thurn, C.M.G., C.B.E., R.N.,

Comdr. of Signal School, Portsmouth, since 1925 ; served

Great War 1914-19, b. 1881 ; m. 1916, Margaret Elizabeth,

d. of the late John Fleming, C.S.I. , of Tower House,

Bromley. Res. — 9 Hereford Square, W.7 ; 12 East Street,

Fareham, Hants. Club — Army and Navy.

Son of John Conrad im Thurn of Firsleigh, Torquay,
b ; d. ; m. : —
Sir Everard Ferdinand im Thurn, K.C.M.G. (1905),
K.B.E. (1918), C.B. (Civ.) (1900), M.A. (Oxon.), Lt.-Gov.
of Ceylon 1901-4 ; Gov. of Fiji and High Commissioner
for Western Pacific, and Consul-Gen. for Western Pacific
Islands 1904-10, b. 1852; m. 1895, Hannah Cassels, d. of
Professor James Lorimer, LL.D. Res.— Cockenzie House,
Prestonpans. Club — Athenaeum.

IMAGE (H. Coll.). Azure, on a cross flory or, five
guttees-de-sang, on a canton of the second, a lozenge of the
field. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a boar's head erased quarterly ermine and azure,

John George Image, Esq., formerly Capt. 21st Scots
Fusiliers, b. 1835 ; m. 1857, Charlotte, d. of the Rev.
Richard Johnson, Rector of Lavenham, Suffolk, and d.
1870, leaving two sons and two daus.

Francis Edward Image, M.A., M.B. (Cantab.), b. 1843 ;
m. 1871, Rosetta, d. of Rev. William Wallace, Rector of
Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk, and has four daus.

IMBERT-TERRY of Strete Ralegh (H. Coll.). Azure,
fourteen guttes-d'or, three, four, three and four, on a chief
of the last a bull's head caboshed between two mullets of
the first. Mantling azure and or. Crest — Issuant from
the coronet of a French Seigneur, an eagle rising proper,
crowned with an Eastern crown or. Motto — " Ubique
fecundat imber." Livery — Blue, with yellow collar.

Sons of Henry Imbert-Terry, Gentleman, of Le
Barbin, Viellevigne, Loire Inferieure, and 17 Chester
Terrace, b. 1800 ; d. 1884 ; m. i842,Susanne (d. 1883),
d. of John Henry Machu, of Norwood : —
Frederick William Imbert-Terry, Gentleman, b. 1843 ;
m. 1872, Louisa Sophia, d. of William Page, of 23 Man-
chester Square ; and has issue — Alexander Frederick
Aime Imbert-Terry, Capt. 7th Hussars, b. 1874 [m. 1903,
Agatha, d. of Rev. Charles Hardy, Rector of Canewdon,
Essex] ; Olive Clotilde Bouhier [m. 1909, Lieut.-Col.
Josselyn Ramsden, C.M.G., D.S.O. ; and has issue]
Res. — Aston House, Aston, Herts.

Sir Henry Machu Imbert-Terry, 1st Bart., of Strete
Ralegh (2 July 1917), J. P., D.L. Devon, Knt. of Grace of
the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, b.
1854 ; m. 1883, Lydia Moore (d. 1918), d. of Charles
Duncan Roberts, of Tunbridge Wells ; and has issue —
(1) Henry Bouhier Imbert-Terry, Esq., D.S.O. , M.C.,
Maj. R.A., b. 1885 [m. 1910, Mildred Dorothy, d. of
Brig.-Gen. Edward Flint, R.A. ; and has issue — Edward
Henry Bouhier Imbert-Terry, Esq., b. 1920 ; Rosamund
Mildred Clotilde ; Antoinette Lydia ; Marie Jocqueline
(Clubs — Carlton, Cavalry)] ; (2) Frederick Bouhier Imbert-
Terry, Esq., M.C., Capt. (ret.) Devon Regt., b. 1887 [m.
1917, Lillian Frederica, d. of Sir Alfred Hickman, Bart.
(Res. — Blue Hayes, Broadclyst, Devon. Clubs — Boodle's,
Carlton, Ranelagh)]. Seat — Strete Ralegh, Whimple,
Devon. Town res. — 73 St. James's St., S.W. Clubs
— Carlton, Junior Carlton, Devon and Exeter.

Son of Claude Alexander Imbert-Terry, Gentleman
(3rd son of Henry Imbert-Terry), b. 1857 ; d. 1889
m. 1879, Sarah (d. 1926), d. of James Tyrrel, of
Hadley, Essex : —
Claude Henry Maxwell Imbert-Terry, D.S.O., Lieut.-
Col. Devon Regt., b. 1880; m. 192 1, Ethel Mary, d. of
William Henry Monckton, late of Manor House, South-
well, Notts. Club — Naval and Military.

IMLAY (L.O.). Or, a lion rampant gules, armed and
langued azure, holding in his dexter paw a sword erect in
pale proper, on a chief argent a cross of the second chaged
with a terrestrial sphere proper. Mantling gules, doubled
or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand,
holding a six-pointed star argent. Motto — " Fide et
armis." Livery — Brown, with blue facings.

Eld. son of Alexander William Imlay, M,D. , of

Sydney, N.S.W., b. 1843; d. 1888; m. 1880, Emma

Carberry, d. of John Woodland, Esq. , J. P., of Victoria,

Australia: —

Alexander Peter Imlay, Esq., D.S.O., Capt. TheG<rdon

Highlanders, J. P. Queensland, b. 1885; m. 1909, Edyth,

only d. of the late Henry Murray, Esq. , J. P. , of The Grove,

St. Peter's N.S. W. ; and has issue — Alexander Alastair

Imlay, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; Jean Elspeth ; Joan Bessie;

and Joyce Margaret. Res. — Hilton House, Woodside,


gorged with a collar or, charged with three lozenges azure,
holding in the mouth a cross crosslet fitchee gules.

Sons of William Edmund Image, Esq., J. P. and D.L.,

High Sheriff 1887, b. 1807 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1st, Desiree

Catherine D'Enville: —

The late Rev. William Thomas Image, M.A. , Vicar of

Wickham Market, Suffolk, b. 1831 ; m. 1858, Laura

Fitzgerald, d. of Capt. Dyson, and d. 1890, leaving two

sons and one dau.

IMPEY-LOVIBOND. Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a boar's
head erect and couped within an orle gules, the whole
between three torteaux (for Lovibond) ; 2 and 3, gules, on a
chevron between three leopards' faces or, as many pallets
sable, each charged with a crescent of the second, on a
chief ermine, a sword fesseways proper, pommel and
hilt gold (for Impey). Mantling gules and argent.
Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the colours, upon a rock proper,
a boar's head erect and couped gules, within a chain in arch
or (for Lovibond) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a
leopard's face or, in front of a sword in pale point down-




wards proper, pommel and hilt or, between two wings sable
(for Impey). Motto—" Leges jura que servo."

Son of Col. Archibald Impey-Lovibond, J.P. andD.L.
for Essex, Col. Royal (late Bengal) Engineers, b. 1823 ;
d - ; m. 1st, 1846, Harriot, dau. of Baldwin

Duppa Duppa of Hollingbourne, Kent ; 2nd,
1854, Clara, dau. of F. Hanks of Illinois (and grand-
dau. of the late Morris Birkbeck of Wanborough,
Surrey) : —
Archibald Edmund Impey-Lovibond, Gentleman, late

Lieut. 4th Batt. Essex Regt., b. 1861. Estates— Hatfield

Peverel, and Sandon, Essex.


INCE (H. Coll., 26 April 1886). Argent, three torteaux
bendwise between two fleurs-de-lys gules. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a horse

argent, holding in the mouth a trefoil slipped vert,
resting the dexter fore-leg on a caduceus erect proper.

Motto — " Lahore et scientia." Livery — Dark blue, with

gilt buttons.

Only surv. son of John Ince, Esq., M.D., M.R.C.S.,
L.S.A., Surg.-Maj. Indian Army, b. 1830 ; d.
m. 1871, Kate Montgomerie Davenport, only d. of
Frederick Montgomerie Davenport Davidson : —
John Samuel Ince, Gentleman, b. 1875. Res. —

INCHCAPE, Viscount, see MACKAY.

INCHIQUIN, Baron of, see O'BRIEN.

INDERWICK (H. Coll.). Azure, on a fesse invected
argent, between three thistles leaved and slipped proper,
a stag trippant of the last between two bugle-horns
stringed sable. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Upon
a wreath of the colours, ademi-man affronted proper, habited,
cap adorned with a feather vert, collar and cuffs argent, belt
and girdle proper, holding in the dexter hand a heart gules,
and resting the sinister hand upon a knife point downwards
also proper. Motto — " Sapienter et sincere."

Son of F. A. Inderwick, Esq., Barrister-at-Law and a

Bencher of the Inner Temple, Q. C. , J.P. and D.L. co.

Sussex, F.S.A. , Mayor of Winchelsea 1892-93 and

1896-97, M.P. for Rye 1880 85, b. 1836; d. 1904; m.

1859, Frances M. , d. of John Wilkinson of the

Exchequer and Audit Office : —

Walter Andrew Inderwick, Esq., Senior Registrar

Probate Registry since 1923, Barrister-at-Law Inner

Temple), b. 1870 ; m. 1899, Constance Margaret, d. of the

late Rev. John Monkhouse, of Oakley ; and has issue —

1 son. Res. — Woodlands, Crofton, Orpington, Kent,

ING (H. Coll.). Per fesse wavy vert and argent, tn
chief two escallops or,and in base as many bars wavy azure.
Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of two dragons' wings displayed gules, an
escallop as in the arms.

Eldest son of George Ing, Gentleman, of Crockham

Hall, Kent :—
George Harold Abseiling, Esq.,C.M.G., D.S.O., Lieut.-
Col. Res. of Officers, late Dragoon Gds., Lt.-Col. comdg.
N. Somerset Yeo., b. 1880. Res. — Keyham, Henstridge,
Somerset. Clubs — Carlton, Cavalry.

INGE (H. Coll., 1641). Or, on a chevron vert, three
leopards' faces cf the field. Mantling vert and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, two halberds saltirewise,
encircled by a ducal coronet. Motto — " Ubi amor ibi

Eldest son of Rev. William Inge, D.D., Provost of

Worcester College, Oxford, and of Benn Hill, Leics.,

b. 1829 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1859, Susanna Mary, d. of Ven.

Edward Churton, Crayke Rectory, Yorks. : —

Very Rev. William Ralph Inge, C.V.O. (1918), D.D. ,

Litt.D., LL.D., F.B.A. (1921), Dean of St. Paul's, b. i860;

m. 1905, Mary Catharine, d. of Ven. H. M. Spooner,

Archdeacon of Maidstone, and Canon of Canterbury, and

has issue — William Crauford Inge, Gentleman, b. 1906;

Edward Ralph Churton Inge, Gentleman, £. 1907 ; Richard

Wycliffe Spooner Inge, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; and Catharine

Mary. Res. — The Deanery, St. Paul's, E.C. Club —

United University.

INGHAM. Per pale or and vert, on a cross moline
gules, a mascle of the first, in chief two fleurs-de-lys, each
within a mascle counterchanged. Mantling vert and or.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, issuant from a cloud in
the sinister, an arm embowed in armour, entwined by a
serpent proper charged with two mascles or, grasping a
sword also proper.

Eld. son of His Honour Judge Robert Wood Ingham,

J. P., D.L., Barrister-at-Law, County Court Judge,

b. 1846 ; d. 1928 ; tn. 1876, his cousin Mary Elizabeth,

d. of Rev. J. D. Penrose of Woodhill, co. Cork: —

James Geoffrey Penrose Ingham, Esq., Capt. (ret.) R.N.,

b. 1879 ; m. 1913, Zelda Raney, d. of late Walter Francis

Dalrymple; and has surv. issue — Neville Robert Penrose

Ingham, Gentleman, b. 1919; and Ellinor Mary. Seat—

Sugwas Court, Eaton Bishop, co. Hereford.

Son of Robert John Fitzgerald Ingham, Esq., D.S.O.,
Lt.-Col. R. A. (2nd son of Judge Robert Wood Ingham,
see above), b. 1880: killed in action 1917 ; m. 1911,
Ella Prendergast, d. of Col. Charles Prideaux Trisc tt,
C.B.,C.M.G.. D.S.O. :—




John Oliver Ingham, Gentleman, b. 1912.
Yngr. sons of Judge Robert Wood Ingham (see
above) : —

Rev. Wilfred Rawdon Ingham, Vicar of Middlewick,
Cheshire, b. 1887.

Lancelot Gordon Ingham, Esq., Comdr. R.N. , b. 1889;
m, 1916, Helen Mary, d. of Col. Francis Edward Cooper,
of Markree Castle, Sligo, and has issue — Robert Cooper
Ingham, Gentleman, b. 1917 ; and Patricia Alice Mary.
Res. — -Middlewick Vicarage, Cheshire.

INGLESBY (H. Coll.). Per fesse gules and azure, a
fesse embattled between in chief two hand-grenades or,
and in base an oak-tree fructed proper. Mantling gules
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a horse

forcene or, holding in the mouth a sprig of oak fructed

proper, and resting the sinister forefoot on an escutcheon

azure, charged with a hand-grenade as in the arms.

Motto — " Vincit qui patitur." Livery — Dark blue, gold


Son of Major Thomas James Campbell Inglesby
b. 1832; d. 1889; tn. 1856, Mary Anne, d. of John
Bell :—
Thomas John James Inglesby, Esq., Col. late Prince

Alfred's Own Cape Field Artillery, V.D., b. 1859; m.

1886, Florence, d. of Major Philip John Stigant ; and

has issue — (1) Percy Inglesby, Gentleman, b. 1898; May;

Maud; and Beatrice. Res. — Haslemere, Seapoint, nr.

Cape Town, South Africa. Club — Civil Service (Cape


INGILBY (H. Coll., July 1834). Sable, an estoile
argent, within a bordure engrailed gobony or and gules.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a boar's head couped and erect argent, tusked or,
in the mouth an estoile of the last. Motto— " Mon droit."
Livery— Black, white facings, silver buttons.

Sons of Sir William Ingilby, 3rd Bart., J. P. for W.R.

Yorks. , Lieut. Bengal Artillery, b. 1829; d. 1918 ; m.

1874, Eleanor Isabella, d. of Henry Macdowall of

Garthland, co. Renfrew :—

Sir William Henry Ingilby, 4th Bart., cf Ripley (26 July
1866), Major and Bt. Lt.-Col. late Scots Guards, J. P. and
D.L. W.R. Yorks., b. 1874 (twin) ; m. 1906, Hon. Alberta
Diana, d. of Baron Swansea ; and has issue — Joslan William
Vivian Ingilby, Esq., b. 1907. Seats— Ripley Castle,
Yorks. ; North Deighton Manor, Wetherby , Yorks. Clubs —
Guards', Wellington, Yorks. (York).

John Uchtred Macdowall Ingilby, Esq., O.B.E.,
Lt.-Col. late Gordon Highlanders, J. P. W. R. Yorks.,
b. i874(twin); m. 1904, Marjorie Cecily, d. of William Robert
Phelips of Montacute ; and has issue — Cecily Eleanor ;
and Jean Alicia. Res. — North Deighton Manor, Wetherby.
Clubs— Wellington, Yorks.

INGILBY late of Lawkland Hall (Vn. Yorks. 1565-6, H.

Coll.). Sable, an estoile of six points argent, a canton or.

Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of

the colours, a boar's head erect couped argent, tusked or.

Motto — " Mon droit."

Son of Christopher Ingilby, Esq., of Lawkland Hall,
J. P., b. 1824; d. 1889; m. 1849, Anne (d. 1891), d. of
Thomas Watters of Kendal, co. Westmorland: —
Rev. Arthur Ingilby, J. P. West Riding, B.A. (Camb.),

late Rector of St. John's Episcopal Church, Oban, b. 1852 ;

m. 1880, Constance Alice Ynyr (d. 1921), eld. d. of Rev.

Edward Cadogan, Rector of Wicken, co. Northampton ;

and has issue — -Alice Ynyr Christabel. Res. — Harden,

Anstwick, Yorks.

GEORGE INGLE, Gentleman. Armorial bearings-
Sable, three pallets engrailed ermine, each charged with a
sword erect, pommel and hilt or. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
cubit arm in bend proper, charged with an acorn leaved
and slipped vert, the hand grasping a sword in bend sinister
of the first, pommel and hilt or, the trunk of a tree fesse-
wise, eradicated, and sprouting to the dexter also proper.
Motto — " Disce pati." Seat — Eaton Socon, co. Bedford.

INGLIS of Auchindinny and Redhall (Matric. L.O. ,
14 Dec. 1906). Azure, a lion rampant argent, armed and
langued gules, within an orle of eight mullets of the second.
Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of

his liveries, an estoile environed with clouds all proper.
Motto — " In tenebris lucidior."

Eld. son of Alexander Inglis of Auchindinny and




Redhall, M.D. (Edin.),M.R.C.S.,L.R.C.P.E.,J. 1833;

d. 1897; m. 1st, 1872, Florence, d. of John Frederick

Feeney of Edgbaston : —
John Alexander Inglis, Esq,, K.C., Scottish Bar, J. P.

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