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an armorial of zimbabwe and rhodesia - Association of Amateur ...

an armorial of zimbabwe and rhodesia - Association of Amateur ...

FRANKLAND Sir Frederick

FRANKLAND Sir Frederick William Francis George Frankland, 10th Baronet of Thirkleby, Yorkshire. Formerly Assistant Mining Commissioner at Bulawayo from 1893 to 1900. Took part in the Matabele Campaign in 1896 and in the Boer War from 1899 to 1900. Azure, a dolphin naiant embowed Or, on a chief of the second two saltires couped gules. (Debrett) FRASER Sir Keith Alexander Fraser, 5th Baronet. Served in Matabeleland, 1896 and Mashonaland, 1897 and in World War 1. Born 24/12/1867, married, 30/8/1910, Lady Dorothy Coventry, 2nd daughter of the 9th Earl of Coventry and had issue. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure, a bend engrailed argent between three cinquefoils of the last, a dexter canton gyronny of eight Or and sable, 2nd and 3rd, argent, three antique crowns gules. (BP 1953) FRASER-MACKENZIE OF BUNCHREW John Ord Alistair Fraser-Mackenzie, MBE. Born 11/11/1890, son of Capt. Robert Scarlett Fraser-Mackenzie. Lived in S. Rhodesia from 1918 to 1935. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure, a buck's head cabossed Or, 2nd, azure, an escallop between three cinquefoils argent, 3rd azure, a falcon displayed argent, charged on the breast with a heart gules between three mullets of the second. (BLG, 1952) FRERE John Geoffrey Frere of Hartley, born 21/6/1895, married 1stly, 16/9/1918, Violet Ivy, only daughter of the late Major James Douglas Sparks and had issue, James Arnold Frere, FSA, former Bluemantle Pursuivant of Arms, born 20/4/1920. Or, two leopards' faces in pale gules between as many flaunches of the last. (BLG 1952) GARDENER Nigel Maurice Rhett Gardener, formerly of Alexandra Park, Salisbury (Harare). Per pale sable and argent, a chevron between in chief two pairs of scales, each supported on the point of a sword palewise, and in base an eagle reguardant, wings extended perched on and grasping a fasces the axe blade protruding downwards from the centre, all counterchanged. (Govt Register No. 440) GIBBS Sir Humphrey Vicary Gibbs, KCMG, KCVO, OBE, KStJ. The last Governor of Southern Rhodesia. Third son of the first Lord Hunsdon of Hunsdon, who was the third son of the first Lord Aldenham. Argent, three battleaxes erect within a bordure nebuly sable. (BP) 45

FRANKLAND FRASER FRASER-MACKENZIE OF BUNCHREW FRERE GARDENER GIBBS 46

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