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  TONGE, Henri Asheton & William Asheton : Armorial Families: A Directory of Some Gentlemen of Coat-Armour, Showing Which Arms in Use at the Moment are Borne by Legal Authority. London, England: Edinburgh: T.C. & E.C. Jack, 1899. pp81-82


Henri Asheton de Tonge



HENRI ASHETON DE TONGE, Gentleman, Chevalier de l' order de Charles III. of Spain. Born March 20, 1847, being the fourth son of James Fletcher Tonge of Tonge. Livery - Blue and gold. Armorial bearings - He bears for Arms: Azure, on the field. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, and a mantling azure, doubled or; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a dexter arm in armour embowed, the hand grasping a grappling-iron in bend sinister sable, a lion sejant of the last, pierced in the shoulder by an arrow proper; with the motto , "Tenebo." Married, February 25, 1883, Mlaine Puchot d'Ennery; and had Issue- (1) Henri Roger Achille Asheton de Tonge, Gentleman, born May 12, 1886; (2) Georges Ren Patrice Asheton de Tonge, Gentleman, born September 4th, 1887; (3) Richard Denis Asheton de Tonge, Gentleman, born January 26, 1894; (4) Charles Ludovic Asheton de Tonge, Gentelman, born January 26, 1894; Marie Jeanne Emilienne; and Edith Mlanie. Estate and postal address - Chateau du Ragotin, Avranches, Manche

William Asheton Tonge

WILLIAM ASHETON TONGE, Gentleman. Born July 14, 1860, being the third son of Richard Tonge, by his wife Caroline Edith, daughter of Richard Dunn of Woolgreaves, near Wakefield, in the country of York. Armorial bearing - He bears for Arms: Azure, on a bend invected plain cotised or, between six marlets of the last, a lion passant between two grappling-irons, the flukes upward of the first, differenced by a mullet; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of colours, in front of an arm embowed in armour, the hand proper, grasping a grappling-iron in bend sinister sable, a lion sejant of the last pierced in the sinister shoulder with an arrow proper. Motto- "Retino vi leonis." Property- Tonge Hall, near Middleton, in the County Palantine of Lancaster