Armorial Families: A Directory of Gentlemen of Coat-Armour, 1905

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Hewitt, namely Rules, a chevron engrailed between three owls
argent. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting
his degree, with a mantling gules and argent ; and for his
Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a naked arm em-
bowed couped at the shoulder, holding a club allproper,
l>enilent from the wrist a shield as in the arms. Motto—
'• Non ligno cruce." Married, firstly, i86a, Susan Mary,
only daughter of Edward Pennefather, Esquire, King's
Council, Justice of the Peace, of Rathsalla, in the county
of Wicklow ; and by her (who died 1864) had Issue—
Evelyn Emily [married, December 2, 1886, Laurence
Hardy, Esquire, Member of Parliament, younger son of
the late Sir John Hardy, Baronet]; and Edith Susan Mary
[married, 1892, the Reverend F. E. Freese]. He married
secondly, 1866, Mary Anne, commonly called the Honour-
able Mary Anne, eldest daughter of the Right Honourable
James Hewitt, fourth Viscount Lifford; and has — (1)
Archibald Henry Wood, Esq., J.P. co. Hants, born Feb. 13,
1868 ; (a) Ernest Gathorne Wood, Gentleman, born July
19, 1869; (3) Wilfrid Edward Wood, Gentleman, born
May 23. 1871, d. May 35, 1900; Gertrude Mary; and
Mary Millicent. Seats — Thedden Grange, and Shalden
Manor, Alton, in the county of Hampshire. Club—Junior
Carlton.
JOSEPH SNELL WOOD, Gentleman. Dorn Jan. 4,
1853, being the eldest and only surviving son of the late
Joseph Wood, by his late wife Elizabeth, dau. of Andrew
Snell of Sandford, Crediton, Devon. Clubs—Junior Carl-
ton, Cecil, Savage. Livery—Purple, with primrose facings.
Armorial bearings—Azure, a chevron nebuly or, between
two oak trees eradicated in chief and a hand erect holding
a pen in bend sinister in base proper. Mantling azure and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-man
affrontée, holding over his dexter shoulder a club all
proper, and resting his sinister hand upon a saltire or, and
issuing from the wreath on the dexter side an acorn slipped
Florence Elena Elizal>eth; Ethel Violet Elise; and Mabel
Fanny Louise. Residence—39 Kensington Court, W.
Sik LINDSAY WOOD, 1st Baronet (Sept. 27, 1897), of
The Hermitage, Durham, M.A., J.P. and D.L. co. Durham,
(High Sheriff 1889). Horn June 21, 1834, being the fourth
son of the late Nicholas Wood, Esq., J.P. co. Durham, by
his wife Maria Forster, dnu. of Collmgwood Forster Lindsay
of Alnwick. Armorial bearings -Ermine, a wolf rampant
sable, collared or, on a chief indented gules, an oak leaf be-
tween two acorns slipped and leaved proper ; the escutcheon
charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest -On a wreath of the colours, a
wolfs head erased sable, gorged with a collar or, the collar
charged on the band with three oak leaves vert, between
two acorns slipped and leaved proper. Motto — “ Loyal en
tout.” Married, Sept. 25, 1873, Emma Barrett, fourth dau.
of Samuel Goodwin Barrett of Heighington, co. Durham ;
and has Issue—(1) Arthur Nicholas Lindsay Wood, Esq.,
b. March 23, 1875; (2) Henry Lindsay Wood, Esq., b.
Oct. 28, 1878; (3) Collmgwood Lindsay Wood, Esq., b.
Nov. 19, 1881 ; (4) Robert Lindsay Wood, Esq., b. Feb. 8,
1884 ; Maria Lindsay [m. Hon. Claude Hamilton Russell,
third son of Viscount Boyne, and has issue) ; and Elsie
Emma Lindsay. Residence The Hermitage, Chester-le-
Street. Clubs—Carlton, Junior Carlton.
and leaved also proper. Motto—" Non sibi sed aliis.”
Married, Aug. 26, 1875, Elena Maria Umiltà, dau. of
Torello Ambuchi of Florence; and has Issue— (1) Harold
Charles Putney Wood, Gentleman, b. Feb. 24, 1881 ;
Sir MATTHEW WOOD, 4th Baronet (Dec. 16, 1837),
of Hatherley House, co. Gloucester. Born Sept. 21, 1857,
being the son of Sir Francis Wood, 3rd Bart., by his wife,
the eldest dau. of Robert Hodgson of Appleshaw, co. Hamp-
shire. Armorial bearings—Quarterly argent and or, the
mace of the Lord Mayor of London in pale, between an
oak-tree on a mount vert, fretted proper, in the first and
fourth quarters, and in the second and third a bull's head
erased sable, charged on the neck with a bezant; the escut-
cheon charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet.
Mantling vert and argent. Crest—Out of a mural crown
is the Military Cockade.

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