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armorial bearings of Hunter of Burnside

Capt. William George Hunter

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formerly of Burnside and Dod (Matric. L.O.. 5 Jan. 1876).
Argent, a man's heart proper, between three hunting-horns vert, stringed gules. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest—On a wreath of his liveries, a hunting-horn. as in the arms. Motto—"Spero." Livery —Green and white.
Only Son of David Hunter,( b. 1822; d. 1847; m. 1846, Margaret Wemyss, d. of James Henderson, R.N.) :— Capt. William George Hunter, late 69th Regt., J.P. Warwickshire and Forfarshire, b. 1847 ; m. 1879, Isabella Kathleen Fayrer, d. of Major R. Hickey, 103rd Regt. ; and has surv. issue — (1) George Graham Guthrie Hunter, Gentleman, b. 1889; (2) Charles Gawn Hunter, Gentleman, and Lieut. King's Own Yorkshire L.I., b. 1893; (3) William Archibald Hunter, Gentleman, b. 1894; (4) Robert Bruce Hunter, Gentleman, b. 1899; Mary Douglas; Kathleen Wemyss; Barbara Gordon; Joyce Alison; Lilian Murray; and Ellen Fraser.

armorial bearings of the Hunters of Gilling Castle

Vert, a spear erect and issuing from the base proper, pendent there from a stringed bugle-horn or, between in chief two roses argent. Mantling vert and or. Crest—On a wreath of the colours, a stag's head erased gules, armed and collared or, between two roses argent, leaved and slipped vert Motto — "Spero." Livery—Green and gold.

Hunter of Gilling Castle

Yorkshire. (H. Coll.).
Sons of William Slingsby Hunter, Esq., J. P. and D.L. for N. Rdg. Yorks. (High Sheriff 1906), b. 1848; d. 1923: m. 1879, Frances Gwynifred, d. of Major Alexander Browne of Doxford Hall, Northumberland: — Kenneth Slingsby Hunter, Esq., Capt. late 6th Dragoon Gds., Lord of the Manor of Gilling, b. 1889; m. 1923, Dorothy, d. of G. de Vere Fenn. Seat — Gilling Castle, York. Clubs — Yorkshire (York), Northern Counties.
Joseph Charles Hunter, Gentleman, b. 1894; m. 1920, Cecily, 3rd d. of R. H. Heywood-Jones.
Sons of William Hunter, b. 1815; d. 1883; m. 1847,
Eliza, d. of Somers Hunter
Charles Edward Hunter, Esq., J. P. co. Durham, late Capt. and Hon. Maj. Northumberland Hussar Yeo., b. 1852; m. 1875, Mary, d. of late Gen. Smyth, C.B., of Frimhurst, Surrey. Res. — Hill Hall, Theydon Mount, Essex; Wemmergill, Middleton-in-Teesdale. Town res. — 30 Old Burlington Street, London, W. Clubs — Carlton, White's, Yorkshire (York).
Frederic Coleman Hunter, Esq., F.I.C.A., J.P. co. Devon, b. 1864; m. Minnie Lilian Wilkinson (d. 1924). Res. — Bystock, Exmouth, South Devon. Clubs — Carlton, Conservative, R.A.C.

armorial bearings of Sir William Wilson Hunter

Sir William Wilson Hunter

, Knight Commander of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India, and Companion of the Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire, Justice of the Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant for the county of Berkshire. Master of Arts of the University of Oxford, Honorary Doctor of Laws of the University of Cambridge, Honorary Docotor of Laws of the University of Glasgow.
Born 1840, being the son of the late A. Galloway Hunter of Denholm, by his wife Isabella, daughter of William Wilson; author of "The Indian Empire," and many valuable works on India; was created a Companion of the Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire in the year 1878, and a Companion of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India in 1884, being advanced to the rank of a Knight Commander of the last mentioned Order in the year 1887.
Armorial Bearings - He bears for Arms: Parted per fesse wavy or and azure, in chief two hunting horns vert, stringed and garnished gules, and in base an anchor argent. Upon the escutcheon, which is encircled by the ribbon of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India, and pendant therefrom the badges of a Knight Commander of the said Order and a Companion of the Most Eminent Order of the Star of India, is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling gules, double argent, and issuing from a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a dexter and a sinister arm shooting an arrow from a bow all proper and in an escroll over the same this Motto, "Far and Sure."
Married, 1863, Jessie, daughter of the Reverend Thomas Murray, Master of Arts, Doctor of Laws, Justice of the Peace; and has issue - (1) William Chevers Hunter, Esquire, 52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, born July 20, 1870: (2) Campbell Murray Hunter, Esquire, born May 20, 1877. Estate and Postal Address - Oaken Holt, Cumnor, Berkshire, by Oxford.

armorials of Sir Claudius Stephen Hunter

Arms - Or, a lion rampant, gu., between eight crosses, pattee, fitchee, sa.
Crest - On a wreath, a demi-lion, holding between the paws a cross, pattee, fitchee, as in the arms.
Seat - Mortimer Hill near Reading.

Sir Claudius Stephen Hunter

of the city of London D.C.L.; col. of the Royal London regular militia; b. 24 Feb. 1775; m. 16 July 1797, Penelope-Maria, only dau. of John Free, Esq., an opulent merchant of London, by whom he has had issue: -
I.. John, b. 26 May 1798; m. in 1820, Sarah, daughter of W. N. W. Hewett Esq., and has issue, Claudius Stephen Paul, b. in 1824.
II. Thomas Claudius, b. 10 April 1804; d. in Feb. 1832.
III Samuel, b. 8 Aug 1806; d. 17 Feb 1834.
This gentleman having been chosen an alderman of the city of London, filled the civic chair in 1811 - 12, and was created a Baronet, 11 Dec 1812.

Lineage
Henry Hunter, Esq. of Beech Hill, in Berkshire, the descendant of ancestors, citizens and merchants, of considerable eminence in the city of London, temp. Chas. I., m. Mary, 3rd dau. of William Sloane, Esq., great-nephew of Sir Hans Sloane, and had issue: -
I.. Henry Lannoy, of Beech Hill, b. in Nov. 1774; who m. in 1801, Harriett, dau. of Thomas Boycott, Esq., of Rudge, in Shropshire, and has issue: -
... 1 Henry Lannoy, b. in 1802
... 2 Mary Jane, m. to John Forbes, Esq.,
... 3 Harriet Louisa
II. Claudius, created a Baronet in 1812.
III Eleanor, m. to John Cumming, Esq., of Trent Park, Middlesex.
IV. Mary, m. to William Manning, Esq., of Comb Bank, Kent.

Creation - 11 Dec 1812.

armorials of Richard Hubbard Hunter

Richard Hubbard Hunter

Esq., J.P., of Glentyan, co. Renfrew. Born , being the second son of William Hunter, Merchant in Glasgow, who resided in parish of Cathcart, co. Lanark.
Armorial bearings — Per fesse vert and gules, in chief two hunting-horns or, garnished gules, stringed gold, in base the sun in his splendour, all within a bordure of the last. Mantling vert, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a falcon rising proper; and in an escroll over the same this Motto, — "Semper sublime."
Married, 1875, Marion, seconddau. of James Tod, Esq., J.P. for Midlothian, of Eskbank House, Dalkeith; and has Issue. Residence — Glentyan, Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire. Club — New (Glasgow).

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Gould Read Hunter-Weston

The late lieutenant Colonel Gould Read Hunter-Weston of Hunterston. F.S.A., D.I, J.P. CO. Ayr, Knight of Justice and Hon. Commander Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England. Born 1823, being the son of James Willis Weston, Gentleman (of the family of Weston of Weston Lyzard and Hagley Hall, co. Stafford), by his wife Anne, second dau. of the late John Crouch [of the family of Crouch of Corneybury co. Herts), of Weymouth, co. Dorset; served on Political and Staff Employ, Capture of Durriabad Forts 1850, Outbreak of Indian Mutiny, May and June 1857, Defence of Lucknow Residency 1857 (Brevet Majority), Alumbagh Capture of Lucknow 1858 [mentioned in despatches and in the "London Gazette"; medal, clasps, and one years extra service] ; and assumed by Royal License, in the year 1880, the additional name and arms of Hunter, under the deed of entail conveying the estate of Hunterston.
Livery — Dark blue or Oxford mixture trimmed with yellow lace, on which eagles displayed sable and hunting-horns are alternately woven; yellow and black waistcoat, black breeches.
Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms [exclusive of other quarterings]: Quarterly 1 and 4, or an eagle displayed regardant sable, charged on the breast with a crescent of the first, in chief two crescents of the second (for Weston); 2 and 3 or, three hunting-horns vert, stringed gules, and for distinction a cross crosslet of the last (for Hunter); and upon an escutcheon of pretence, in right of his wife, the arms of Hunter, namely or, three hunting-horns vert, stringed gules. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling sable and or; and for his Crests, I. upon a wreath of the colours, an eagle rising regardant sable, charged on the breast and on each wing with a crescent or (for Weston); 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a greyhound sejant proper, gorged with an antique crown or, and charged upon the shoulder for distinction with cross crosslet gules (for Hunter) [these distinctions not to be borne by his descendants]; with the Mottoes, " Aquila non capit muscas," " Cursum perficio." And further, for his wife, upon a lozenge, as heir of line and head of that family, the arms of Hunter of Hunterston repeated, namely or, three hunting-horns vert, stringed gules, the lozenge having as Supporters, on either side of it a greyhound proper, gorged with an antique crown or.
Married, firstly, 1860, Frances Elizabeth Eleanor, only child of John Crooke freeman of Crooke Hall, in the County Palatine of Lancaster; and secondly, 1863, Jane, Lady of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, daughter and heir of the late Robert Hunter of Hunterston, of the county of Ayr; and has Issue — (1) Aylmer Gould Hunter-Weston, Esq., Major in the Royal Engineers, served the Miranzai and Waziristan Expeditions, and in the Egyptian and South African Wars (frequently mentioned in despatches), born 1864; (2) Reginald Hugh Hunter-Weston, gentleman, late Lieut. Seaforth Highlanders, born 1869 [m., Aug. 9, 1899, Agnes, dau. of John Roberts, Esq., C.M.G. Littlebourne, Dunedin, N.Z.]. Estate and postal address - Hunterston, West Kilbride, Ayrshire.
Clubs — United Service, Athenaeum, County.

Hunter of Brechlin

. (L.O.). Argent, two heavy guns, the upper pointing to the dexter and the lower to the sinister, within an orle of shells sable, on a chief azure, a naval cruiser proper, in a sea undy of the first and third. Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, an aeroplane propeller proper between two wings argent. Motto — "Live with a thankful heart."
Son of the late John Hunter of Montreal :— Sir John Hunter, K.B.E., Chairman of Sir Wm. Arrol & Co. Ltd., J.P. Glasgow, has Legion of Honour, Order of Leopold of Belgium, Order of Crown of Italy, Order of St. Anne of Russia, b. 1863; m. 1892, Katharine Fingland, d. of the late John Gardner of Glasgow, and has issue —
John Eric Arrol Hunter, Esq., b. 1893; and Kathleen Mary. Res. — 3 Kirklee Road, Glasgow, W.2. Clubs — St. Stephen's, Junior Carlton, Ranelagh, New (Glasgow).

Hunter - Arundel

, (L.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, six swallows, three, two and one, argent, a crescent for difference and for distinction a canton or (for Arundell of Setverne) ; 2 and 3, vert, three collars, two and one or, on a chief indented argent, as many bugles of the first, stringed and garnished, within a bordure of the third, charged with four roses of the fourth, barbed of the first (for (Hunter). Mantlings — (1) sable, doubled argent; (2) vert, doubled or. Crests — 1. on a wreath of his liveries, a wolf passant argent, differenced as in the arms, and charged on the shoulder with a cross gules; 2. on a wreath of his liveries, a stag's head erased proper. Mottoes—( I) "Deo date"; (2) "Vigilantia robur voluptas."
Eld. son of T. H. Wadd, of St. Leonards-on-Sea :—
Herbert William Francis Hunter-Arundell (formerly Herbert Francis William Wadd), Esq., J. P. co. Dumfries, Capt. K.O.S.B. (T.), b. 1874 ; m. , Elizabeth Agnes, d. of James Jardine Paterson, of Balgray, Dumfriesshire, and has issue— (i) Hunter-Arundell, Gentleman; (2) Hunter-Arundell, Gentleman; and 2 daus. Res. — Barjarg Tower, Keir, Auldgirth, Dumfriesshire.