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Abbbbviations ^ 

Gbkeral Table of Precedence 12 

Relative Rank in Army and Navy 1o 

Precedence among Ladies 14 

Table of Precedence of Colonial Officers 16 

Officers of Arms 1<> 

Lyon Office, Scotland 1(J 

Office of Arms, Ireland ... !<• 

Forms of Epistolary Addresses 17 

The King and Royal Family ......... 22 

Indian Empire 27 

Commonwealth of Australia ... .... 27 

Dominion op Canada ..... ... .27 

Dominion of New Zealand . . 27 

Colonies 27 

House of Peers 29 

House of Commons 43 

Clubs 51 

Foreign Ministers and Consuls in London, and British Ministers 

Abroad 52 

Ministry «/ 

Additions and Alterations too late for Regular Insertion . . 61 

Birthday Honours 

General List of Names 69 to 1798 


The object of this work is to include in one General Alphabetical 
List all those who have any definite position arising either — 

1. — From Hereditary Kank — Peers (with all their children), and 
Baronets ; 

2. — From a Title or Order conferred upon them by the Sovereign : — 
Privy Councillors, Knights and Companions of the various British 
Orders, and Knights Bachelor; 

3. — From their positions as Members of Parliament ; 

4. — From any of the higher grades of the diplomatic, legal 
military, naval, clerical, colonial, or civil services of the State — 
Ambassadors, Judges, Generals, Admirals, Surgeon-Generals, 
Inspectors-General of Hospitals and Fleets, all Bishops, Deans 
and Archdeacons (but only of England and Wales) and 
Governors of Colonies; 

5. — And Deputy-Lieutenants and Justices of the Peace for the 
Counties of England and Wales, King's Counsel, Presidents and 
Vice-Presidents of Learned Societies ; 

6. — And the chief landowners being also occupiers of one 
of the principal county seats. 

The distinguishing feature of the book is that, from its alpha- 
betical arrangement, any one can at once ascertain from its pages 
whether there be any person bearing a particular title, and, if so, to 
what family he belongs, and his address. 


As the book embraces so many classes, the space for each entry in it 
must be as brief as possible; we are thus precluded from g^iving more 
than the most important services of each person whose name may be 
found in its pages, and the Heirs Apparent and Presumptive (where 
such exist) in the cases of every Peer and Baronet. 

As in the previous editions, the proof of every entry has been sub- 
mitted to the person to whom it has reference, and the correctness of 
the work is thereby insured. 

At the commencement of the book will be found a list of all Peers 
of the United Kingdom arranged in order of dignity, with the date of 
their creation ; a list of places returning members to the House of 
Commons ; the Foreign Ministers in England and British Ministers 
abroad, and the names of the Ministry. 

The Letters S.O. at the end of addresses in various parts of the 
book are abbreviations adopted by the Post Office to indicate a Sub- 
Post Office, and if these initials are added to the address, the delivery 
of correspondence will be accelerated. 

Changes which have occurred too late to be recorded in 
their proper places will be found on pages 61 to 68. 


182, 183 & 184 High Holborn, W.O. 
December, 1908. 


A..A.G Assistant Adjutant General. 

A.A. and Q.M.G.Assistant Adjutant and 

Quarter-Mas ter-G-eneral. 

A.B.A Associate of the British 

Archaeological Association 

abp Archbishop. 

A.B. or B.A Bachelor of Arts. 

adj Adjutant. 

adj .-gen Adj utant-G-eneral. 

adv.-gen Advocate-G-eneral. 

A.D.c Aide-de-Camp. 

A.F Admiral of the Fleet. 

A.G Attorney General. 

A.INST.C.E. ...Associate of the Institution 

of Civil Engineers. 

aldmn Alderman. 

A.M. or M.A.... Master of Arts. 
A.Q.M.G Assistant- Quarter-Master- 
A.R.A Associate of the Royal 

Academy of Arts. 
A.R. A.M Associate of Royal Academy 

of Music. 

A.s.CORPS Army Service Corps. 

asst.-com- ) Assistant - Commissary - 
miss.-gen. j General. 

B.A Bachelor of Arts. 

B.c.L. or LL.B.Bachelor of Civil Law. 

B.C.8 Bengal Civil Service. 

Bo.c.S Bombay Civil Service. 

B.D Bachelor of Divinity. 

B.M. or M.B... .Bachelor of Medicine. 

B.s Bachelor of Surgery. 

B.s.c Bengal Staff Corps. 

Bo.s.c Bombay Staff Corps. Bachelor of Science. 

b born. 

barr Barrister. 

bt. or bart. ...Baronet. 

bp Bishop. 

(o.) Conservative. 

O.A County Alderman. 

chm Chairman. 

comm Commander. 

O.B Companion of the Bath. 

CO County Councillor. 

CCS Ceylon Civil Service. 

O.I Order of the Crown of 

Ci.B Companion of the Order of 

the Indian Empire. 
C.J Chief Justice. 

C.M.G Companion of St. Michael 

and St. George. 

C.S.I Companion of the Order of 

the Star of India. 

comm.-gen — Commissary-General. 

c.v.o Commanders of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 

d. deceased. 

dau Daughter. 


D. A. A.G Deputy- Assistant- Adjutant 


D. A.c.G Deputy- Assistant-Commis- 

D.A.G. Deputy- Adjutant-General. 

D.A.Q.M.G. ...Deputy- Assistant- Quarter- 
Master-Gen eral. 

o.Q.M.G Depty.-Quartr. -Master-General 

D.L Deputy - Lieutenant for the 

County of. 

dow Dowager. 

D.CL Doctor of Civil Law. 

D.D Doctor of Divinity. 

D.LITT ...Doctor of Letters. Doctor of Science. 

D.S.O Companion of the Distin- 
guished Service Order. 

Eng English. 

eng.rear-adml... Engineer Rear- Admiral. 

ext Extinct. 

p. B.A. ...Fellow of the British Academy. 

F.c.A. ...Fellow of the Institute of Char- 
tered Accountants. 

P.c.s Fellow of the Chemical Society. 

P.E.s Fellow of the Entomological 


P.G.H.S.... Fellow of the Genealogical and 
Historical Society. 

F.G.s Fellow of theGeologicalSociety 

p.i.D Fellow of the Institute of 


F.i.inst... .Fellow of the Imperial Insti- 

P.L.s Fellow of the Linnean Society. 

P.M Field Marshal. 

P.p.s Fellow of Philological Society 

of Great Britain. 

F.R.A.S... .Fellow of the Royal Astro- 
nomical Society. 

F.R.B.s Fellow of RoyalBotanicSociety. 

p.R.c.i. ...Fellow of the Royal Colonial 



F.R.O.O.... Fellow of the Royal College 

of Organists. 
F.R.c.P... .Fellow of the Royal College 
of Physicians. 

F.R.C.S Fellow of the Royal College 

of Surgeons. 
P.R.G.s ...Fellow of the Royal Geographi- 
cal Society. 
F.R.HisT.s. Fellow of the Royal His- 
torical Society. 
F.R.HORT.s.Fellow of the Royal Horti- 
cultural Society. 
F.R.INST. ) Fellow of the Royal Institute 

B.A. j of British Architects. 
F.R.MBT.s.Fellow of Royal Meteorological 

F.R.M.S.... Fellow of Royal Microscopical 

F.R.s Fellow of the Royal Society. 

P.R.S.A. ) Fellow of Royal Society of 
irel. j Antiquaries of Ireland. 

F.R.s.E Fellow of the Royal Society of 

F.R.S.L.... Fellow of the Royal Society of 

F.s.A Fellow of the Society of An- 

F.S.8 Fellow of theStatistical Society. A.... Fellow of the Society of Science 
and Art, of London. 

p.z.s Fellow of Zoological Society. 

G.O.B Knight G-rand Cross of the Bath 

G.O.H Knight Grand Cross of the Han- 
overian Gruelphic Order. 
Gr.O.i.E. ...Knight G-rand Commander of 

the Indian Empire. 
G.O.M.G.... Knight G-rand Cross of St. 
Michael and St. George. 

G.O.S.r Knight Grand Commander 

of the Star of India. 

G.c.v.o Knight Grand Cross of the 

Royal Yictorian Order. 

a.M.B Great Master of the Bath. 

G.M.I.E Grand Master of the Indian 


G.M.M.G Grand Master of St. Michael 

and St. George. 

G.M.s.i Grand Master of the Star of 


grdau Granddaughter. 

grs Grandson. 

Gt. B Great Britain. 

H. A.c Honorable Artillery Company 

H.B His Excellency. 

H.E.i.c.S Honorable East India 

Company's Service. 

H.M.i.N His Majesty's Indian Navy. 

heir pres. ...Heir presumptive. 

(hon.) Honorable by right of office. 

hon Honorable. 

h. p half pay. 

(H,B.) Home Ruler. 

H.R.H His or Her Royal Highness 

I.e. 8 Indian Civil Service. 

1.8.0 Indian Staff Corps. 

1.8.0 Imperial Service Order. 

inc ....Incumbent. 

insp Inspector. 

insp.-gen. ) Inspector-general of hos- 
of hosp. ) pitals. 

ir Irish. 

Irel Ireland. 

j.p Justice of the Peace for the 

county of. 

K.C King's Counsel. 

K.c.B Knight Commander of the 

K.o.H Knight Commander of the 

K.C.i.E Knight Commander of the 

Indian Empire. 
K.c.M.G Knight Commander of St. 

Michael and St. George. 
K.C.8,I Knight Commander of the 

Star of India. 
K.C.T.s Knight Commander of the 

Tower and Sword. 
K.c.v.o Knight Commander of the 

Royal Yictorian Order. 
K.G Knight of the Order of the 

K.H Knight of the Hanoverian 

Guelphic Order. 
K.P Knight of the Order of St. 

knt. leg. hon.KnightoftheLegion of Honor. 
K.T Knight of the Order of the 

K.T.s Knight of the Tower and 


lieut. or It Lieutenant. 

It. -col Lieutenant-Colonel . 

(l..) Liberal. 

L.C.J Lord Chief Justice. 

L.F.i.inst LifeFellowImperial Institute 

LL.D Doctor of Laws. 

LL.M Master of Laws. 

L.R.C.P. Lon..Licentiate of Royal College 

of Physicians, Londoa. 

(l.u.) Liberal Unionist. 

M.A Master of Arts. 

M.B Bachelor of Medicine. 

M.C.8 Madras Civil Service. 

M.D Doctor of Medicine. 

M.iNST.c.E ....Member of Institute of 

Civil Engineers. 

M.p Member of Parliament. 

M.R.A.s Member of Royal Asiatic 

M.R.c.p Member of Royal College of 

M.R.c.s Member of Royal College of 




R.A Royal Academician. 

R.A.M.c Royal Army Medical Corps. 

R.C Roman Catholic. 

R.D Rural Dean. 

R.B Royal Engineers, 

R.F.A Royal Field Artillery. 

rec Recorder. 

rect Rector. 

M.K.8.P.W.C.. .Member of Royal Society of 
Painters in Water Colours. 

M.S.C Madras Staff Corps. 

m married. 

marq Marquess. 

mil militia. 

mil. sec Military Secretary. 

M.R ^Master of the Rolls. 

M.R.c.p.Lon..Member of the Royal Col- 
lege of Physicians,London. 

M.R.I Member of Royal Institutn. 

M.R.i.A Member of Royal Irish 


M.R.i.P.w.o... Member of Royal Institute of 
Painters in Water Colours. 

M.8 Master of Surgery. 

Mus. B Bachelor of Music. 

MUS.D Doctor of Music. 

M. v.o Member Royal Victorian Order. 

(n.) Nationalist. 

N.I Native Infantry. 

O.M ...Order of Merit. 

preb prebendary. 

pres president. 

P.C Privy Councillor. 

p.R.s President of Royal Society. 

Q.C Queen's Counsel. 

Q.M.G Quartermaster-General. 

Q.V Quod vide (which see), 

(r.) Radical. 

R.A Royal Artillery. 

Note, — In order to save space the word esquire has not been added to any name, though of 
course such should be added in every case when no inconsistent addition is affixed. 


...Royal G-arrison Artillery. 


...Royal Horse Artillery. 


...Royal Indian Marine. 


...Royal Marines. 


...Royal Marine Artillery. 


...Royal Meteorologica 



...Royal Navy. 


...Royal Naval Reserve. 


...retired on full pay. 






. . Solicitor-General. 


. . .superintendent. 


...United Kingdom. 

U.S. list 

...on unemployed supernu- 

merary list. 






...Victoria Cross. 







^ a 


The Sovereign. 

The Prince of Wales. 

The younger sons of the Sovereign. 

Grandsons of the Sovereign. 

Brothers of the Sovereign. 

Uncles of the Sovereign. 

Nephews of the Sovereign (according to 

the seniority of their fathers). 
Archbishop of Canterbury. 
Lord High Chancellor. 
Archbishop of York. 
The Prime Minister. 

The Lord Chancellor of Ireland (if a baron) 
Lord High Treasurer (no such office exists 

at present). 
Lord President of the Privy Council. 
Lord Privy Seal. 

Lord G-reat Chamberlain. 

Lord High Constable (no such 

office exists at present). 
Earl Marshal. 

Lord High Admiral (no such office 
exists at present). 
^ ^ Lord Steward of the Household. 
*^"^ J Lord Chamberlain of the Household. 
Master of the Horse. 
Dukes of England. 

Scotland(none created sincel707) 

Great Britain (1707-1801). 

Duke of Leinster (being the only Irish 
Duke existing at the time of the 
Dukes of the United Kingdom (created 

since 1801). 
Eldest sons of Dukes of the Blood Royal 
(when they are not brothers, grandsons, 
uncles, or nephews of the reigning 
Marquesses of England (marq. of Win- 

Marquesses of Scotland (none created 
after 1707). 

Great Britain (1707-1801). 

Ireland (created before 


the United Kingdom 

(created since 1801). 
Eldest sons of Dukes. 
Earls of England (anterior to 1707). 

Scotland (none created after 


Great Britain (1707-1801). 

Ireland (created before 1801). 

the United Kingdom (created 

since 1801). 

Younger sons of Dukes of the Blood 
Royal (when they are not brothers, 
grandsons, uncles, or nephews of the 
reigning sovereign). 

Eldest sons of Marquesses. 

Younger sons of Dukes. 

Viscounts of England (vise. Hereford). 

Scotland (anterior to 


Great Britain (1707-1801). 

Ireland (anterior to 1801). 


since 1801). 

Eldest sons of Earls. 

Younger sons of Marquesses. 

Bishop of London. 



English Bishops (according to date o< 

Irish Bishops (who were such at the 
passing of the Disestablishment Act, 
according to date of consecration). 

Bishops Suffragan (according to date of 

Secretary of State (if a baron). 

Barons of England. 

Scotland (none created since 


Great Britain (1707-1801). 

Ireland (anterior to 1801). 

the United Kingdom (created 

since 1801). 

Lords of Appeal in Ordinary. 

Speaker of the House of Commons. 

Commissioners of the Great Seal (those 
persons who execute the office of Lord 
High Chancellor when it happens to be 

Treasurer of the Household. 

Comptroller of the Household. 

Vice-Chamberlain of the Household. 

Secretary of State (when not a baron). 

Eldest sons of Viscounts. 

Younger sons of Earls. 

Eldest sons of Barons. 

Knights of the Garter. 

Privy Councillors. 

Chancellor of the Exchequer. 

Duchy of Lancaster. 

Lord Chief Justice. 

Master of the Rolls. 

Lords Justices of Appeal, ranking accord- 
ing to date of appointment. 



President of the Probate, Divorce, audi 
Admiralty Divinion, ' 

Judges of the High Court of Justice, 
ranking according to date of appoint- 

Younger sons of Viscounts 


Legal Life Peers. 


Knights G-rand Cross of the Bath. 

Knights Grand Commanders of the Star 
of India. 

Knights Grand Cross of St. Michael and 
St. George. 

Knights Grand Commanders of the Order 
of the Indian Empire. 

Knights Grand Cross of the Royal Vic- 
torian Order. 

Knights Commanders of the Bath. 

Knights Commanders of the Star of India. 

Knights Commanders of St. Michael and 
St. George. 

Knights Commanders of the Order of 
the Indian Empire. 

Knights Commanders of the Royal Vic- 
torian Order. 

Knights Bachelors. 

Commanders of the RoyalVictorianOrder. 
County Court Judges of England and 

Masters in Lunacy. 
Companions of the Bath. 
Companions of the Star of India. 
Companions of St. Michael and St. 

Companions of the Order of the Indian 

Members of the fourth class of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 
Eldest sons of the younger sons of Peers. 
Eldest sons of Baronets. 
Eldest sons of Knights of the G-arter. 
Eldest sons of Knights according to 

the precedence of their fathers. 
Companions of the Distinguished Service 

Members of the Imperial Service Order. 
Members of the fifth class of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 
Younger sons of Baronets. 
Younger sons of Knights. 






Director-General Medical Staff. 
Surgeon-Generals . 

Director-General Veterinary Depart- 

Brigadier-Generals , 


Chaplains, 1st class. 


Deputy Judge Advocates. 
Chaplains 2nd class. 

Admirals of the Fleet. 


Vice- Admirals. 

Rear- Admirals. 
Inspectors-General of Hospitals and 


( Captains of the Fleet. 
( Commodores, 1st and 2nd class. 
' Captains over 3 years' service. 
Staff Captains of 4 years' service. 
Deputy Inspectors-General of Hospi- 
tals and Fleets. 
Secretaries to Admirals of the Fleet. 
Chief Inspectors of Machinery. 
Inspectors of Machinery of 8 years, 
Captains under 3 years' service : Staff 
Captains under 4 years' service. 
Secretaries to a Commander-in-Chief 

of 5 years' standing as such. 
Inspectors of Machinery under 8 years' 



Lieutenant-Colonels, but junior of that 


Veterinary-Ma j ors . 
Chaplains, 3rd class. 

Majors, but junior of that rank. 


Chaplains, 4th class. 

Captains, but junior of that rank. 

Commanders and Staff Commanders. 
Fleet Surgeons. 
Fleet Paymasters. 
Fleet Engineers. 

Navallnstructors of 15 years' seniority. 
Lieutenants and Navigating Lieutenants 
of 8 years' seniority. 
Staff Surgeons. 

Secretaries to Junior Flag Officers. 
Staff Paymasters. 

Naval Instructors of 8 years' seniority. 
Staff Engineers. 
Paymasters and Chief Engineers, with 
but after Lieutenants of 8 years' 
Lieutenants and Navigating Lieutenants 
under 8 years' standing. 

Secretaries to Commodores, 2nd class. 
Assistant Paymasters of 12 years' 

standing. > 
Engineers of 6 years' standing. Naval 
Instructors under 8 years' standing. 
Assistant Paymasters of 6 but under 12 
years' standing, with but after 
Lieutenants under 8 years' standing. 


The daughter of a peer does not lose her own rank should she marry a person 
not a peer ; but if she marries a peer her title and precedency are merged in his, 
e.g., if the daughter of a duke marries a baron, she takes the rank of a baroness. 
But if the widow of a duke marries a baron, she retains her own rank of 
duchess. The widow of a peer or knight may retain her title notwithstanding her 
second marriage, but she does so only by courtesy. The widow of a baronet, however, 
enjoys her precedence for life by right. Official rank and precedence is not com- 
municable to the wife, but the wife of the Viceroy of Ireland and of a lord mayor 
has precedence derived from her husband's office. 

The Queen. 

The Princess of Wales. 

The Princess Royal. 

The younger daughters of the Sovereign. 

Wives of the Sovereign's younger sons. 

G-rand-daughters of the Sovereign. 

Wives of the Sovereign's grandsons. 

Sisters of the Sovereign. 

Wives of the Sovereign's brothers. 

Aunts of the Sovereign. 

Wives of the Sovereign's uncles. 

Nieces of the Sovereign. 

Wives of the Sovereign's nephews. 

Duchesses of England. 


Great Britain 


the United Kingdom. 

Wives of the eldest sons of Dukes of the 

Blood Royal. 
Marchionesses (in the same order as the 


Wives of the eldest sons of Dukes. 
Daughters of Dukes (while unmarried, or 

when married to commoners). 
Countesses (in the same order as the 

Wives of the younger sons of Dukes of the 

Blood Royal. 
Wives of the eldest sons of Marquesses. 
Daughters of Marquesses (while unmarried 

or when married to commoners). 
Wives of the younger sons of Dukes. 
Viscountesses (in the same order as 

Wives of the eldest sons of Earls. 
Daughters of Earls (while unmarried, or 

when married to commoners). 
Wives of the younger sons of Marquesses. 
Baronesses (in the same order as the 

Wives of the eldest sons of Viscounts. 
Daughters of Viscounts (while unmarried 

or when married to a commoner). 



Wives of the younger sons of Earls. 
Wives of the eldest sons of Barons. 
Daughters of Barons (if unmarried, or 

when married to a commoner). 
Wives of the Knights of the Garter. 
Maids of Honor. 

Wives of the younger sons of Viscounts. 
Wives of the younger sons of Barons. 
Wives of the sons of Legal Life Peers. 
Wives of Baronets (according to the 

dates of the creation of titles held by 

their husbands). 
Wives of Knights Grand Cross of the 

Wives of Knights Grand Commanders of 

the Star of India, 
Wives of Knights Grand Cross of St. 

Michael and St. George. 
Wives of Knights Grand Commanders of 

the Indian Empire. 
Wives of Knights Grand Cross of the 

Royal Victorian Order. 
Wives of Knights Commanders of the 

Wives of Knights Commanders of the 

Star of India. 
Wives of Knights Commanders of St. 

Michael and St. George. 
Wives of Knights Commanders of the 

Indian Empire. 
Wives of Knights Commanders of the 

Royal Victorian Order. 

Wives of Knights Bachelors. 

Wives of Commanders of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 
Wives of County Court Judges. 
Wives of Companions of the Bath. 
Wives of Companions of the Star of India 
Wives of Companions of St. Michael and 

St. George. 
Wives of Companions of the Indian 

Wives of members of the fourth class 

the Royal Victorian Order. 
Wives of the eldest sons of the younger 

sons of Peers. 
Daughters of the younger sons of Peers. 
Wives of the eldest sons of Baronets. 
Daughters of Baronets. 
Wives of the eldest sons of Knights of 

the Garter. 
Wives of the eldest sons of Knights 

Daughters of Knights Bachelors. 
Wives of Companions of the Distin- 
guished Service Order. 
Wives of members of the Imperial 

Service Order. 
Wives of members of the fifth class of 

the Royal Victorian Order. 
Wives of the younger sons of Baronets. 
Wives of the younger sons of Knights. 
Wives of Esquires and Gentlemen. 


Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, or Officer 

administering the Government. 
Senior Officer in command of the Troops, 

if of the rank of a General, and the 

Officer in command of His Majesty's 

Naval Forces on the Station, if of the 

rank of an Admiral, their own relative 

rank being determined by the King's 

Regulations on that subject. 
Chief Justice. 
Senior Officer in command of the Troops, 

if of the rank of Colonel or Lieutenant- 
Colonel, and the officer in command of 

His Majesty's Naval Forces on the 

station, if of equivalent rank, their own 

relative rank being determined by the 

King's regulations on that subject. 
Members of the Executive Council. 
Puisne Judges. 

President of the Legislative Council. 
Members of the Legislative Council. 
Speaker of the House of Assembly. 

Members of the House of Assembly. 

Colonial Secretary (not being in the 
Executive Council). 

Commissioners or Government Agents of 
Provinces or Districts. 

Attorney- General. 


Senior Officer in command of the Troops, 
if below the rank of Colonel or Lieu- 
tenant-Colenel, and the Senior Naval 
Officer of corresponding rank. 


^-Treasurer, Paymaster-General, or Col- 
lector of Internal Revenue. 

*Auditor-General or Inspector-General 
of Accounts. 

•^Commissioners of Crown Lands. 

^Collector of Customs. 

•^Comptroller of Customs. 

*S urvey or- General. 

Clerk of the Executive Council. 

Clerk of the Legislative Council. 

Clerk of the House of Assembly. 

Not being members of the Executive Council. 


QuEBN Victoria Street, E.G. 

Earl Marshal— The Duke of Norfolk,,, p.o. 

Kings op Arms. 

Garter — Sir Alfred S. Scott-G-atty, Knt,, c.v.o., F.s.A. 

Clarenceux — Geo. Edwd. Cokayne, m.a., b.l., p.s.a. 

Norroy—'Wm. Hy. Weldon, c.v.o., p.s.a. 

Six Heralds. 

Chester — Henry Murray Lane. ^ Richmond— ChsxlQS, Harold Athill, P.S.A , 

Lancaster — Edward Bellasis, b.l. 
Somerset — Hy. Farnham Burke, C.v.o., 

Windsor — Wm. Alex. Lindsay, K.C., M.a., 

B.L., P.S.A. 

York — Gordon Ambrose De Lisle Lee. 

Four Pursuivants. 
Roiiye Dragon — Everard Green, P.S.A. I Rouge Croix — Arthur Wm. Steuart 
Portcullis — Thomas Morgan Joseph- | Cochrane. 

Watkin, b.a., b.l., p.s.a. Bluemantle — Gerald Woods Wollaston, 

j M.V.O., B.L. 

Earl Marshal's Secretary — Wm. Hy. Weldon, c.v.o., F.s.A. 

Registrat — Hy. Farnham Burke, C.v.o., P.S.A. 

*#* Two Officers of Arms are in waiting at the College daily from 10 to 4 o'clock 

for the transaction of public business. 


H.M. General Register House, Edinburgh. 

Lyon King op Arms— Sir Jas. Balfour Paul, Knt., ll. d. 


Albany — Robt. Spencer Livingstone. 

Ross — Andrew Ross, S.S.C. 

Rothesay — Fras. Jas. Grant, w.s. 


Carrick — Wm. Rae Macdonald, P.P. A. 

March — Capt. Geo. Sitwell Campbell Swinton. 

Unicorn — John Home Stevenson, m.a. 

Lyon Clerk and Keeper of Records — Fras. Jas. Grant, w.s. 

Procurator-Fiscal — D. Scot't-Moncrieff, w.s. 

Herald Painter — Graham Johnston. 

*^* Hours, from 1st Oct. to 20th Dec. and from 6th Jan. to 20th July, 11 to 3 

except Saturday ; from 21st July to 30th Sept. and from 21st Dec. to 

4th Jan. 11 to 2, on Wednesday and Friday only. 


Office of Arms, Dublin Castle. 

--•— !...o^o»~i-^^ 

King op Arms. 

Ulster. — Capt. Nevile R. Wilkinson, p.s.a. 


Athlone. — G. D. Burtchaell, M.A., LL.B., m.R.i.a. (Registrar). 

Heralds op the Order of St. Patrick. 

J)uhlin. — Guillamore O'Grady, m.a. 

Cork — Peirce Gun Mahony, m.R.i.a. 
*n* Hours, 11 to 4 ; Saturdays to 1. 


They have "Excellency " prefixed to their other titles, and their accredited rank 

Superscription. To His Excellency The Most Honorable Marquess of 

— , H.B.M. Ambassador Extraordinary and Minister 

Plenipotentiary to France. 
Commencement. My Lord. 
^ Conclusion. I have the honor to be, My Lord, Your Excellency's, &c. 

The wives of Ambassadors have also "Excellency " added to their other titles. 

Sup. To His G-race the Lord Archbishop of . 

Comm. My Lord Archbishop. 

Con. I remain, My Lord Archbishop, Your G-race's, (fee. 

He is addressed personally in conversation as " Your Grace." 
The Archbishop of Armagh is addressed as " His G-race the Lord Primate of 

The wife of an Archbishop has no title in right of her husband, but is simply 
Mrs. A. 


Sup. To the Venerable . 

Comm. Eeverend Sir. 


Sup. To the Right Honorable Lord . 

Comm. My Lord. 

Con. I have the honor to be. My Lord, Your Lordship's, &c. 


Sup. To the Right Honorable Lady . 

Comm. Madam. 

Con. I have the honor to be. Madam, Your Ladyship's, &c. 
Baron's Daughter. 
She has the title of " Honorable " prefixed to her Christian name. If married 
the only change is in her surname ; if to a commoner, she is addressed as " The 
Honorable Mrs. ;" if to a Baronet or Knight, " The Honorable Lady." 

Baron's Son. 
He has the title of " Honorable." 

Sup. To the Honorable Henry . 

Comm. Sir. 

The wife takes the title of " Honorable," and is addressed as " The Honorable 

Mrs. Henry ." 

Sup. To Sir John B. Bart. 
Comm. Sir. 

The wife is "Lady B." Her letters commence with "Madam," and she is 
personally addressed " Your Ladyship." 


Sup. To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of 

Comm. My Lord. 

Con. I remain. My liOrd. Your Lordship's, &c. 

The wife of a Bishop has no title in right of her husband, but is simply Mrs. 
Bishop Retired. 

Sup. To the Right Reverend Bishop . 

Comm. Right Reverend Sir. 

Bishop Suffragan. 
Vide Bishop. 


Sup. His Eminence Cardinal . 

If he is also an Archbishop, His Eminence Cardinal , Archbishop of , or 

His Eminence Cardinal Archbishop of . 

Comm. My Lord Cardinal, or My Lord. 

Con. I remain, My Lord, Yoiir Eminence's, &c. 


Sup. To the Rev. Edward S. 
Comm. Sir. 

Colonial Bishops. 
Vide Bishop. 


Sup. To the Right Honorable the Countess of . 

Comm. Madam. 

Con. I have the honor to be, Madam, Your Ladyship's Ac. 

County Court Judges. 
Vide Judges. 


Sup. To the Very Rev. , Dean of . 

Comm. Very Reverend Sir. 

Duchess, Royal. 

Sup. To Her Royal Highness the Duchess of . 

Comm. Madam. 

Con. I have the honor to be, Madam, Your Royal Highness's, &c. 


Sup. To Her Grace the Duchess of . 

Comm. Madam. 

Con. I have the honor to be. Madam, Your Grace's, &c. 

Duke, Royal. 

Sup. To His Royal Highness the Duke of . 

Comm. Sir. 

Con. I remain, Sir, Your Royal Highness's, &c. 

The formal style of Dukes of the Blood Royal is " Most High, Most Mighty 
and Illustrious Prince." 


Sup. To His Grace the Duke of . 

Comm. My Lord Duke. 

Con. I have the honor to be. My Lord Duke, Your Grace's, Ac. 

The formal style of Duke is " Most High, Potent, and Noble Prince." 

Duke's Daughter. 
She has the title of " Lady " prefixed to her Christian name. If married to anj 
person not being a Peer, she still retains her title and precedence, changing only he: 
surname. Her letters commence " Madam," and she is personally addressed ai 
" Your Ladyship." 

Duke's Eldest Son. 
He takes his father's second title, and is addressed as if he were really a Marquii 
or an Earl. 

Duke's Younger Sons. 
They have the title of " Lord " prefixed to their Christian name. 

Sup. Lord William . 

Comm. My Lord. 

The wife takes the title of " Lady," and is addressed as " Lady William " 


Sup. To the Right Honorable the Earl of . 

Comm. My Lord. 

Con. I have the honor to be, My Lord, Your Lordship's, <fec. 

Earl's Daughter. 
Vide Duke's Daughter. 

Earl's Eldest Son. 
He takes his father's second title, and is addressed as if he were really a Viscour 
or a Baron. 

Earl's Young kr Son. 
Vide Baron's Son. 

Earl's Wipe. 
Vide Countess. 



Sup. To His Excellency Governor Sir Edward , or To His Excellency Sir 

Edward ,Grovernor of Jamaica, or To His Excellency R. T. ,esq., G-ovemor 

and Commander-in-Chief of British Honduras. 

Comm Sir. 

Con. I have the honor to be, Sir, Your Excellency's, &c. 

Chief Justice. 
Sup. To the Right Honorable the Lord Chief Justice, or To the Right Honorable 
Sir A. B., Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench (Common Pleas). 

Puisne Judges. 
The Puisne .Judges and the Barons of the Exchequer, who on the Bench are 
styled " My Lord," are Knights, and, in private intercourse, are addressed as such ; but 
the title of Judge being superior to that of Knight, it is usual to address them thus : — 
Sup. To the Honorable Mr. Justice. 
„ To the Honorable Mr. Baron. 

County Court Judges of England and Wales. 
Sup. To His Honor Judge. 

Sup. To the King's Most Excellent Majesty. 
Comm. Sire, May it please Your Majesty. 

Sup. To Sir James C. Knight. 

Comm. Sir, or Dear Sir James. 

The wife is " Lady C." Her letters commence with " Madam," and she is per- 
sonally addressed as " Your Ladyship." 

Lord Advocate. 
Letters are addressed with the prefix " Right Honorable," and commence with 
the word " Sir." 

Lord Justice Clerk. 
Sup. To the Right Honorable Lord Justice Clerk. 
Comm. My Lord. 

Lord Justice General. 
Sup. To the Right Honorable Lord Justice General. 
Comm. My Lord. 

Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. 
Sup. His Excellency the Lord-Lieutenant. 

If a Duke, " His Grace the Lord-Lieutenant." 
Comm. My Lord (Duke, Marquess). 

The wife is by courtesy styled '* HerExcellency," but only when resident inlreland. 

Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church op 

Sup. To His Grace the Lord High Commissioner. 

Lord Mayor. 
Sup. To the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor. 
Comm. My Lord. 

The wife has the title of "Lady Mayoress." Her letters commence with 
" Madam," and she is personally addressed as " Your Ladyship." 

In England there are ten lord mayors, viz., those of London, York, Liver- 
pool, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Bristol, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and 
Bradford ; in "Wales : Cardiff ; and in Ireland three, viz., Dublin, Belfast and Cork. 
In Scotland the heads of the corporations are called " provosts," but at Edinburgh, 
Aberdeen, Glasgow, Dundee, Elgin and Perth, the title is lord provost. 

Lords op Session (Judges in Scotland). 

Sup. To the Honorable Lord 

Comm. My Lord. 

The wife has the title of " Lady." Her letters commence with " Madam," and 
she is personally addressed as " Your Ladyship." 


Maids op Honor. 
They have the title of " Honorable," prefixed to their Christian name, if they 
have not it already by courtesy, and their letters commence with "Madam.'' 


Sup. To the most Honorable the Marchioness of . 

Comm. Madam. 

Con. I have the honor to be, Madam, Your Ladyship's, &c. 


Sup. To the most Honorable the Marquess of . 

Comm. My Lord Marquess. 

Con. I have the honor to be, My Lord, Your Lordship's, &c. 

The formal style of Marquess is " Most Noble and Potent Prince." 

Marquess's Daughter. 
Vide Duke's Daughter. 

Marquess's Eldest Son. 
He takes his father's second title, and is addressed as if he were really an 
Earl or a Viscount. 

Marquess's Younger Sons. 
Vide Duke's Younger Sons. 

Mayor of a City. 

Sup. The Right Worshipful the Mayor of . 

Comm. Sir. 

Mayor of a Borough. 

Sv]). The Worshipful the Mayor of . 

Comm. Sir. 

Military Officers. 
All oflScers in the army above Lieutenant and Sub-Lieutenant have their 
military rank prefixed to their name and title, e.g., G-eneral The Right Honorable 

Lord , P.O., G.C.B., or General Rt. Hon. Sir Henry , P.c, G.C.B., or Ma jor- 

G-eneral Sir James , g.c.s.i. 

Minister Resident. 

Sup. To , Esq., H.B.M.'s Minister Resident . 

Comm. Sir. 

Moderator of the Established Church of Scotland. 

Sup. To the Right Reverend the Moderator . 

Comm. Rt. Rev. Sir. 

Naval Officers. 
Vide Military Officers. 

Pasha (Civil). 
Sup. His Excellency (Harry Jones) Pasha. 
Comm. Excellency. 
Con. I remain, Your Excellency's Obedient Servant. 

Pasha (Military, Egyptian Army). 

Sup. His Excellency Ferik (Lt. -General) Pasha, or His Excellency 

Lewa (Maj. -G-eneral) Pasha. 

Comm. Excellency. 

Con. I remain. Your Excellency's Obedient Servant. 


Sup. His Royal Highness Prince , 

Comm. Sir. 

Con. I remain, Sir, Your Royal Highness's, <fec. 


Sup. To Her Royal Highness Princess . 

Comm. Madam. 

Con. I have the honor to be, Madam, Your Royal Highness's. Ac. 
Privy Councillor. 

Sup. The Right Honorable James , 

or The Right Honorable Sir William . 

Comm. Sir. 

Con. I have the honor to be, Sir, Your, 4c. 


Sup. To the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. 
Comm. Madam, May it please your Majesty. 
Con. I remain, Madam, Your Majesty's, tfec. 

I Suffragan Bishop. 

Vide Bishop. 
Viceroy of India. 
Vide Governors of Colonies. 
Viceroy op Ireland. 
Vide Lord- Lieutenant of Ireland. 


Sup. To the Right Honorable Lord Viscount . 

Covim. My Lord. 

Con. I have the honor to be, My Lord, Your Lordship's, Ac. 

Vide Countess. 

Viscount's Daughter. 
Vide Baron's Daughter. 

Viscount's Son. 
Vide Baron's Son 



Albert EDWARD, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and 
Ireland, and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, Defender of the Faith, 
Emperor of India, Sovereign of the orders of the G-arter, the Thistle, St. 
Patrick, the Bath, Star of India, St. Michael and St. George, the Order of the 
Indian Empire, the Imperial Order of the Crown of India, and the Royal Victorian 
Order, the Order of Merit, the Distinguished Service Order, the Imperial Service 
Order, the Kaisar-I-Hind Medal, Volunteer Officers' Decoration, the Albert Medal, 
the Victoria Cross, the Royal Red Cross, the Order of the Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem in England ; eldest son of her Majesty Queen Alexandrina VICTORIA, 
Empress of India, who died 22nd January, 1901, by the Prince Consort, H.R.H. 
Prince Francis ALBERT Augustus Charles Emmanuel, Duke of Saxony, Prince 
of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha {d. 14 Dec, 1861); succeeded to the throne 22nd 
January, 1901, on the death of his mother, Queen Victoria ; crowned 9th August, 1902 ; 
b. 9 Nov., 1841 ; m. 10 March, 1863, Princess Alexandra Caroline, Lady of 
the Most Noble Order of the Garter, Order of Victoria and Albert (1 class), 
Lady of the Imperial Order of the Crown of India, Royal Red Cross, Lady 
of Justice of Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Lady Governor of St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital from 1903, J.lDec, 1844 : dau. of Christian IX. (d 29 Jan. 1906) of Denmark, 
by dau. {d. 29 Sept. 1898) of William, Landgrave of Hesse- Cassel, and cousin 
of 2 Duke of Cambridge : D.c.L. Oxon, LL.D. Dublin, barrister and bencher. 
Middle Temple 1861, and treasurer 1887, f.r.c.p.l. (1897), Knight of the Order of 
the Golden Fleece, of St. Stephen of Austria, of the Southern Cross of Brazil, of the 
Black Eagle of Prussia, Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour and of the Order of 
Charles III. of Spain, a Governor of the Charterhouse and of Christ's hospital, 
hon. Admiral of the Fleet 1887, an Elder Brother of the Trinity House 1869, 
a Field Marshal 1875, Col.-in-Chief of the 1 and 2 Life gds. and R.H.G., of Duke of 
Lancaster's Own Yeo., of The Norfolk Yeo., of The Oxfordshire Yeo., of Gordon 
Highrs., of the Grenadier guards, of the Coldstream guards, of the Scots guards, of 
the Irish guards, of the K.O. Royal Lancaster regt., of the Norfolk regt., of the 
R.A., of the R.B., and Prince of Wales' Own Norfolk R.F.A., of 6 King Edward's 
Cav., of 11 King Edward's Own Lancers (Probyn's Horse), of 33 Queen's Own 
L.C., Queen's Own Corps of Guides (Lumsden's Horse), of 2 Queen's Own Sappers 
and Miners, of 2 Queen's Own Rajput L.I., of 102 King Edward's Own Gren., of 2 
King Edward's Own Gurkha Rif. (The Sirmoor Rif.) Indian Army, Hon. Col. 
Camb. Univ. battn. Suffolk regt., of the 6 battn. Suffolk regt., of the Oxford Univ. 
battn. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire L.L, of the 5 battn. Seaforth High- 
landers, and of 15 batt. Co. of London regt., Capt.-Gen. and Col. Roy. Art. 
Territorial Force, Hon. Col. Royal Malta Artillery, a v.p. of the Royal National 
Lifeboat Inst, from 1863, Grand Master of the Freemasons of England 1874-1901, 
Grand Mark Master 1891-1901, Protector of English Freemasons from 1901, Grand 
Prior of Order of Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England 1888-1901, 
Chancellor of the University College of Wales 1895-1901 and Protector from 1902, 
Hon. Admiral of the Spanish Fleet 1905 and Hon. Captain- General in the Spanish 
Army 1907, Hon. General in the Norwegian Army 1906, the Danish Army 1908, 
and the Swedish Army 1908 : BucTcingham Palace, S.W. ; St. James's Palace, S,W. j 
Windsor Castle ; Balmoral, Aberdeenshire ; Barton Ifartor, Osbwne, I. of W.; Sand- 
ringkam, King^s Lynn, Norfolk : and has had issue : 


1. H.R.H. Prince Albert Victor Christian Edward, 1 Duke of Clarence and 
Avondale (1890), k.g.. K.p., h. 8 Jan., 1861 ; d. 14 Jan., 1892. 

2. H.R.H. G-BORGB Frederick Ernest Albert, Prince of Wales (1901), 
Duke of Cornwall (1337), of Rothesay (1393) and York (1892), (Duke of 
Saxony, Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha), Earl of Carrick (1469), Inverness 
(1892), and Earl of Chester (1901), Baron of Renfrew (1469), and Killarney 
(1892), Lord of the Isles (1469), Great Steward of Scotland, K.G., K.T., K. ., 
G.C.S.I., G.M.M.G., G.C.I.E., Royal Victorian Chain, G.c.v.O., i.s.O., P.O. Eng. and 
Irel. ; b. 3 June, 1865 ; m. 6 July, 1893, cousin H.S.H. Princess Victoria Mary, h. 
26 May, 1867 (Lady of the Imuerial Order of the Crown of India, Lady of Justice 
of Order of St. John of Jerusalem, d.musc. (hon.) Lond.), ll.d. (hon.) G-lasg., only 
dau. of H.R.H. the late Duchess of Teck, v. a., O.I., and of H.H. Duke of Teck, 
G.C.B.; Knight of Order of Golden Fleece ; ll.d. (hon.) Cantab., Lond. and Glas.; 
Chancellor of the University of the Cape of Good Hope 1901, and of the University 
of Wales 1902 ; Adml. 1907, Personal Naval a.d.c. to Queen Victoria 1887-1901 and 
to the King 1901, Pres. Duke of York's Royal Mil. School, Chelsea, Gen. 1902, Col.- 
in-Chief R. Fus., of the R.M., of R. Welsh Fus., of the 8th Rhenish Cuirassier regt., 
of Queen's Own Cameron Highrs., of 18 Regiment of Australian Light Horse, of 
King's R. Rif. C, of 1 Duke of York's Own Lancers (Indian Army), of 18 Prince 
of Wales's Own Tiwana Lancers, of 26 Prince of Wales's Own Light Cav., of 
38 Central India Horse, of 39 Central India Horse, of 1 Prince of Wales's Own 
Sappers and Miners, of 14 Prince of Wales's Own Ferozepore Sikhs, of 61 Prince 
of Wales's Own Pioneers, of 130 Prince of Wales's Own Baluchis, and of 1 Prince 
of Wales's (The Malaun regt.) Gurkha Rif., Hon. Col. King's Colonials Yeo., of 
the Suffolk Yeo., of 5 London brig. R.F.A. and of 8 battn. Hampshire regt., 
Master of the Trinity House from 1893, a Trustee of the British Museum, a 
Bencher of Lincoln's Inn, President of St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1901, Prior 
of Order of Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England 1901, Commr. of 
Patriotic Fond 1897, High Steward of Reading 1898, Lord Warden of the Cinque 
Ports, Constable of Dover Castle and Hon. Col. of the 1 Cinque Ports Vol. Rif. 
C. 1905-7 : Marlborough House, Fall Mall, S. W. ; Frogmore House, Windsor ; Fork 
Cottage, Sandringham, King's Lynn, Norfolk', United Service and Marlborough 
clubs : has issue : — 

H.R.H Prince Edward Albert Christian Geo. Andrew Patrick David, 6. 23 June, 

H.R.H. Prince Albert Fredk. Arthur Geo., 6. 14 Dec. 1895. 
H.R.H. Princess Victoria Alexandra Alice Mary, b. 25 April, 1897. 
H.R.H. Prince Henry Wm. Fredk. Albert, b. 31 March, 1900. 
H.R.H. Prmce George Edward Alex. Edmund, b. 20 December, 1902. 
H.R.H. Prince John Charles Eras., b. 12 July, 1905. 

3. H.R.H. Princess Louise Victoria Alexandra Dagmar, Princess Royal, 
V.A., o.i., b. 20 Feb., 1867 ; m. 27 July, 1889, Duke of Fife : has issue :— 

H.H. Princess Alexandra Victoria Alberta Edwina Louise, 6. 17 May, 1891. 
H.H. Princess Maud Alexandra Victoria Georgina Bertha, b. 3 April, 1893. 

4. H.R. E. Princess Victoria Alexandra Olga Mary, b. 6 July, 1868, V.A., O.i., 
Lady of Justice of Order of St. John of Jerusalem. 

5. H.R.H. Princess Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria, Queen of Norway, V.A., C.l. 
(Lady of Justice of Order of St. John of Jerusalem) ; b. 26 Nov. 1869 ; m. 22 July, 
1896, cousin. Prince Charles of Denmark, elected King Haakon VII. of Norway, 
K.G., G.C.B., G.c.v.O., Honorary Admiral in His Majesty's Fleet from 1905, Knt. of 
Justice of Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Hon. (3ol. Norfolk I.Y. from 1905, 2 s. 
of H.R.H. Christian Fredk. Wm. Chas., Crown Prince of Denmark, K.G., G.O.B., 
G.c.v.O. : Appleton House, King's Lynn, Norfolk : has issue : — 

H.R.H. Prince Olaf, Crown Prince of Norway (Alexander Edwd. Christian 
Frederick), b. 2 July, 1903. 

6. H.R.H. Prince Alexander John Charles Albert, b. 6 April, d. 7 April, 1871. 
Brothers and sisters of His Majesty : 

H.R.H. Prince Alfred Ernest Albert, Duke of Edinburgh and Earl of Ulster 
and Kent (1866), Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha and Duke of Saxony, sue. his uncle 
Ernest II. as Reigning Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, &c. 22 Aug. 1893, K.G., K.T., 
K.P., G.C.B., G.O.M.G., G.C.8.I., G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O., Adml. of the Fleet, second son of Queen 
Victoria ; b. 6 Aug., 1844 ; d. 30 July, 1900, having m. 23 Jan., 1874, Grand Duchess 


Marie Alexandrovna (b. 5 Oct., 1853 : member of the Koyal Order of Victoria and 
Albert (1st class), Lady of Justice of Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Chief of the Regt. 
of Lancers of Jambourg), only dau. of Alexander II. of Russia and cousin of Prince 
Louis of Hesse. He bad issue : — 

1. H.R.H. Prince Alfred Alexander William Ernest Albert, k.g. (Hereditary 
Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha), b. 15 Oct., 1874 ; d. 6 Feb. 1899. 

2. H.R.H. Princess Marie Alexandra Victoria, b. 29 Oct., 1875 ; m. 10 Jan., 
1893, H.R.H. Prince Ferdinand of Roumania, G.C.B.- b. 24 Aug., 1865. 

3. H.R.H. Princess Victoria Melita, b. 25 Nov., 1876 ; m. 1, 19 April, 1894, 
Ernest L. C. A. W., G-rand Duke of Hesse, K.G., marriage dissolved 1901 ; 2, Oct. 
1905, H.I.H. The Grand Duke Cyril Vladinurovitch of Russia. 

4. H.R.H. Princess Alexandra Louise Olga Victoria, C.I., b. 1 Sept., 1878 ; 
m. 20 April, 1896, Ernest, Hereditary Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, b. 18 Sept., 
1863 ; Prince-Regent of the Duchies of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, &c., 1900-5. 

5. H.R.H. Princess Beatrice Leopoldine Victoria, b. 20 April, 1884. 

H.R.H. Prince Arthur William Patrick Albert, Duke of Connaught and 
Strathearn (1874), K.G., K.T., K.P., P.O., G.M.B., 6.C.8.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O., 
Royal Victorian Chain, V.D., third son ot Queen Victoria, b. 1 May, 1850 ; 
2nd tit. Earl of Sussex : m. 13 March, 1879, H.R.H. Princess Louise Margaret 
Alexandra Victoria Agnes of Prussia, Lady of Justice of Order of St. John of 
Jeru.salem {b. 25 July, 1860), 3 dau. of H.R.H. Prince Frederick Charles of 
Prussia, G.c.B. ; Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Duke of Saxony, Knight of the 
Golden Fleece of Spain, Knight of the German Order of the Black Eagle, 
Prussian Military Order of " Pour le Merite," St. Andrew of Russia, Anunziata 
of Italy, The Elephant of Denmark, the Imperial Turkish Order of Osmanli, 
Grand Cross of the Wurtemburg Crown, and other foreign orders ; Knight 
Justice and Bailiff of Egle, Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem 
in England ; Field Marshal in the Army 1902, Field Marshal Commdg.-in-Chief 
and High Commr. in the Mediterranean 1907, Commdr.-in-Chief of the Forces in 
Ireland 1899-1904, and the 3 Army Corps 1901-4, Col.-in-Chief of the Rif. Brig., 
of 6 (Inniskilling) drags., of the Highland Light Inf., of R. Dublin Fus., of 13 Duke of 
Connaught's Lancers (Watson's Horse), of 31 Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers, 
of 7 Duke of Connaught's Own Rajputs and of 129 Duke of Connaught's Own 
Baluchis (Indian Army), late Col. Scots gds., Col. of the Gren. gds. and of the Army 
Service Corps, Hon. Col. Royal East Kent Yeo. (Duke of Connaught's Own), 
Hon. Col. 18 battn. County of London (London Irish) regt. ; General Field 
Marshal in the German Army, and General in the Swedish Army, Col. of the 
3 Prussian (Zeithen) Hussars, Hon. Col. 4 Regiment Austrian Hussars, a la suite of 
the 28 Russian Dragoons ; Personal A.D.c. to the King, Vice-Pres. Duke of York's 
Royal Mil. School, Chelsea and Pres. of the Selection Board, Bencher of Gray's Inn, 
President of Wellington College and of St. Thomas' Hospital, Great Prior of Ireland 
from 1878, Ranger of Epping Forest from 1879, Worshipful Master of Mark Masons 
for Sussex 1891-1901, and Past Grand Master 1891, Grand Master of the Freemasons 
of England from 1901, Commr. Paris Exhib. 1900, Elder Brother of Trinity House 
from 1898 : Clarence House, St. Jameses, S.W.; Junior United Service, United Service, 
Army and Navy, Guards', White^s^ Naval and Military and Travellers' clubs; Bagshot 
Park, Surrey : has issue: — 

1. H.R.H. Princess Margaret Victoria Augusta Charlotte Nora (Lady of 
Justice, Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England); b. 15 Jan., 1882 ; m. 15 June, 
1905, H.R.H. Prince Gustavus Adolphus, Crown Prince of Sweden, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., 
eld. son of Gustav V., King of Sweden, k.g. 

2. H.R.H. Prince Arthur Frederick Patrick Albert, E.G., Royal Victorian 
Chain, G.C.V.O., D.c.L. (hon.) Oxon., b. 13 Jan., 1883 ; Personal A.D.c. to the King 
from 1905, Lt. 7 Huss. 1903-7, Capt. 2 Dragoons (R. Scots Greys) from 1907, 
Barrister Gray's Inn 1907, Knight of Justice, Order of St. John ot Jerusalem in 

3. H.R.H. Princess Victoria Patricia Helena Elizabeth, b. 17 March, 1886. 

H.R.H. Prince Leopold George Duncan Albert, 1 Duke of Albany, Earl of 
Clarence and Baron Arklow (1881), Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and Duke of 
Saxony, K.G., K.T., G.c.s.i., G-.C.M.G., P.c, fourth son of Queen Victoria, b. 7 April, 
1853 ; d. 28 March, 1884, having m. 27 April, 1882, H.S.H. Princess Helen Frederica 


Augusta, c.i. (i. 17 Feb. 1861). dau. of late H.S.H, Geo. Victor, Reigning Prince 
of Waldec and Peyrmont : The Sckloss, Stuttgart. He had issue : — 

H.R.H. Princess Alice Mary Victoria Augusta Pauline, b. 25 Feb., 1883 ; 
m. 10 Feb. 1904, H.S.H. Prince Alexander of Teck, K.c.v.o., D.s.o. 

H.R.H. Prince Leopold Charles Edward Greorge Albert, 2 Duke of Albany, 
K.G., G.c.v.o. ; b. 19 July, 1884; ?«. 11 Oct., J 905, Princess Victoria Schleswig-" 
Holstein-Sonderburg-Gliicksburg ; sue. his uncle the Duke of Saxe-Coburg and 
Gotha (Duke of Edinburgh) as Reigning Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, «fec., 
30 July, 1900; Col.-m-Chief of the Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, 
The Duke of Albany's) from 1905, and has issue : — 

1. H.R.H. Prince Johann Leopold Wilhelni Albert Ferdinand Victor, b. 2 August, 

2. H.R.H. Princess Sibylle Kalma Marie Alice Balhiddis Feodora, b. 1908. 
H.R.H. Princess Victoria Adelaide Maria Louisa, Princess Royal, v. a., c.i., 

eldest daughter of Queen Victoria, b. 21 November, 1840 ; d. 5 August, 1901 ; 
having m. 25 January, 1858, Frederick IIL, German Emperor and King of Prussia, 
K.G., G.C.B., who d. 15 June, 1888, and had issue : — 

1. William II., German Emperor and King of Prussia, K.G., G.c.v.o., b. 27 Jan., 
1859 ; m. 27 Feb., 1881, Princess Augasta Victoria, eld. dau. of Grand Duke of 
Schleswig- Holstein-Sonderburg-Augastenburg. 

2. Princess Victoria Elizabeth Augusta Charlotte, b. 24 July, 1860 ; m. 18 Feb., 
1878. Bernard, Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Meiningen. 

3. Prince Albert Wilhelm Ueinrich, K..G., G.C.B., b. 14 Aug., 1862; in. 24 May, 
1888, Princess Irene M. L. A., 3 dau. of late Fredk. Wm. Louis, Grand Duke of 
Hesse, k.g. ; Admiral in the Imperial German Navy 1901 and Honorary Admiral 
in the British Navy 1901. 

4. Prince Francis Frederick Sigismund, b. 15 Sept., 1864, d. 18 June, 1866 

5. Princess Frederica Amelie Wilhelmina Victoria, b. 12 April, 1866 ; m. 19 Nov., 
1890, Prince Adolpe of Schaumburgh Lippe, G.c.B. 

6. Prince Joachim Frederick Ernest Waldemar, b. 10 Feb., 1868, d. 27 March, 

7. Princess Sophie Dorothee U. A., b. 14 June, 1870 ; m. 27 Oct., 1889, H.R.H. 
Constantine, Duke of Sparta, Crown Prince of the Hellenes. 

8. Princess Margaret Beatrice Feodore, b. 22 April, 1872 ; m. 26 Feb., 1893, 
H.H. Prince Frederic Charles Louis Constantin of Hesse, G.c.B. (hon.). 

H.R.H. Princess Alice Maud Mary, second daughter of Queen Victoria, 
b. 25 April, 1843; i. 14 Dec. 1878; having m. 1 July, 1862, H.R.H. Prince 
(Frederick William) Louis IV., Grand Duke of Hesse, K.G. {b. 12 Sept., 1837; 
d.l3 March, 1892), grs. of late Louis II., Grand Duke of Hesse Darmstadt, having 
had issue — 

1. Princess Victoria Alberta Elizabeth Matilda Mary, b. 5 April, 1863 ; m. 1884, 
H.S.H. Prince Louis Alexander of Battenberg, G.C.B., G.c.v.o., k.O.m.q., Rear- 
Admiral in British Navy 1904. 

2. Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Louise Alice, b. 1 Nov., 1864; m. 15 June, 
18S4, H.I.H. Grand Duke Sergius of Russia, G.C.B. {d. 17 Feb., 1905). 

3. Princess Irene Marie Louise Anna, b. 11 July, 1866 ; m. 24 May, 1888, H.R.H. 
Prince Henry of Prussia, k.g. 

4. Prince Ernest Louis Charles Albert William, Grand Duke of Hesse, K.G., 
b. 25 Nov., 1868; m. 1, 19 April, 1894, H.R.H. Princess Victoria Melita, 2 dau. 
(marriage dissolved 1901) of Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Duke of 
Edinburgh) ; 2, 2 Feb., 1905, Princess Eleonore of Solms-Hohensolms-Lich. 

5. Prince Frederick William, b. 7 Oct., 1870, d. 29 May, 1873. 

6. Princess Victoria Alice Helena Louise Beatrice (Alexandra Feodorovna), 
b. 6 June, 1872 ; m. 26 Nov. 1894, H.I.M. Emperor Nicholas II. of Russia. 

7. Princess Maria Victoria Feodore Leopoldine, b. 24 May, 1874 ; d. 15 Nov., 1878. 
H.R.H. Princess Helena Augusta Victoria, v. a., c.i., the Royal Red Cross, 

Lady of Justice of Order of St. John of Jerusalem, third daughter of Queen 
Victoria, b. 25 May, 1846 ; m. 5 July, 1866, H.R.H. Frederick Christian Charles 
Augustus, Prince Christian of Schleswig- Holstein, k.g., g.c.v.o., p.C {b. 22 Jan., 
1831), and has issue : — 

1. H.H. Prince Christian Victor Albert Ludwig Ernest Anton, G.C.B. (hon.), 
G.c.v.o., b. 14 April, 1867 ; d. in South Africa 29 Oct., 1900. 


2. H.H. Prince Albert John Charles Frederick Alfred George, G.O.V.O., 
b. 2 Feb., 1869 ; Knight of Justice, Order of Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem 
in England, It. 1 Hessian drag. gds. 

3. H.H. Princess Victoria Louise Sophia Augusta Amelia Helena, b. 3 May, 
1870 ; Lady of Justice of Order of St. John of Jerusalem. 

4. H.H. Princess Franzisca Josepha Louise Augusta Marie Christiana Helena, 
b. 14 August, 1872; m. 6 July, 1891, H.H. Prince Aribert Joseph Alex, of 
Anhalt, g.c.b. ; marriage dissolved 10 December, 1900. 

6. H.H. Prince Frederick Christian Augustus Leopold Edward Harold, b. 12 
and d. 20 May, 1876. 

H.R.H. Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, fourth daughter of Queen Victoria, 
b. 18 March, 1848; m. 21 March, 1871, Duke of Argyll. See entry in the body 
of the work, under Argyll, Duke of. 

H.R.H. Princess Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore, fifth daughter of Queen 
Victoria, b. 14 April, 1857 ; m. 23 July, 1885, H.R.H. Prince Henry Maurice of 
Battenberg, k.g. {b. 5 Oct., 1858) ; d. 20 Jan. 1896, 3 son of late H.G.D.H. Prince 
Alexander of Hesse, G.c.b., and H.S.H. Princess of Battenberg ; memb. of Royal 
Order of Victoria and Albert (1st class), Lady of the Imperial Order of Crown of 
India, Royal Red Cross, Lady of Justice of Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Capt.- 
General and G-ov. of the Isle of Wight and Gov. of Carisbrooke Castle from 1896 : 
Osborne Cottage^ Whipping ham, Isle of Wight : has issue :— 

H.H. Prince Alexr. Albert, b. 23 Nov., 1886. 

H.R.H. Princess Victoria Eugenie Julia Ena, b. 24 Oct., 1887 ; m. 31 May, 1906, 
Alfonso XIII., King of Spain. 

H.H. Prince Leopold Arthur Louis, b. 21 May, 1889. 

H.H. Prince Maurice Victor Donald, b. 3 Oct., 1891. 

[The other members of the Royal Pamliy are inserted in the alphabetical list.] 


Vice7'oy and Governor- General — EA.RL OP Mento, P.O., 

Bbng al, Calcutta. Sir Edward Nc 

Baker, K.c.s.i. 
Eastern Bengal and Assam 

Lancelot Hare, K.O.S.I., c.i.E. 
Bombay, Bombay. Sir G-eorge Sydenham 

Clarke, g.c.m.g., g.c.i.e. 
Burma, Rangoon and Mandalay. Sir 

Herbert Thirkell White, K.o.l.B. 


G.M.S.I., G.M.r.E., G.O.M.G. 

Madras, Madras. Hon. Sir Arthur 

Lawley, G.C.I.E., k.CM.g. 
United Provinces op Agra and Oudh, 

Allahabad. Sir John Prescott Hewett, 


Pdnjab, Lahore. Sir Louis W. Dane, 

K.C.I.E., C.S.I. 


Governor-General—ExRjj of Dudley, p.c. 
New South Wales, Sydney. Adtnl. Sir 

Harry H. Rawt-on, G.C.B. 
Queensland, 5rJs6awe. Lord Chelmsford, 


South Australia, Adelaide. Sir Geo. 
Ruthven Le Hunte, K.c.M.G. 

Tasmania, Hobart. Sir Gerald Strick- 
land (Count della Catena), k.c.m.g. 

G.C.M.G., G.C.v.o. Sydney and Melbourne. 
Victoria, Melbourne. Sir Thos. D. 

Gibson-Carmichael, Bart., k.c.m.g. 
Western Australia, Perth. Adml. Sir 

Fredk. G. D. Bedford, G.C.B. 
Territory op Papua, Poi-t Moresby. 

Capt. F. R. Barton, c.M.G. 


Governor-General — Earl Grey, p.c, g.c.m.g., g.c.v.o., 


British Columbia, Fic^oHa. (His Honor) 

James Dunsmuir. 
Manitoba, Winnipeg. (His Honor) Sir 

Daniel Hunter McMillan, k.c.m.g. 
N. Brunswick, Fredericton. (His Honor) 

Lemuel J. Tweedie, k.c, ll.d. 
N. Scotia, Halifax. (His Honor) Duncan 

Cameron Eraser. 
N. W. Territories, Regina. (His Honor) 

Lt.-Col. Fredk. White, cm.g. 

Ontario, TWonfo. (His Honor) Col. John 

Morison Gibson. 
Prince Edward Island, Charlotte 

Toion. (His Honor) Donald Alex. 

Quebec, Quebec. (His Honor) Hon. Sir 

Chas. Alphonse P. Pelletier, K.C.M.G. 
Alberta. (His Honor) Geo. H. V. 

Saskatchewan. (His Honor) Am^dee E. 



Governor — Lord Plunkett k.c.m.g., k.c.v.o. Wellington. 


With their Governors. 

Antigua, St. John's, vide Leeward Island. 

AsHANTi, Coomassie. Frans. Chas. Ber- 
nard Dudley Fuller, cm.g. (chief 

Bahamas, Nassau. Sir Wm. Grey- 
Wiison, k.c.m.g. 

Barbados, Bridgetown. Sir Gilbert T. 
Carter, K.C.M.G. 

Basutoland. Herbert Cecil Sloley, 
c.M.G. (resident commr.). 

Bechuanaland Protectorate. Lt.- 
Col. F. W. Panzera (resident commr.). 

Bermudas, The, Hamilton. Lt.-Gen. 
Fredk. Walter Kitchener, c.B. 

British Guiana, Georgetown. Sir 

Frederic Mitchell Hodgson, k.c.m.g. 
British Honduras, Belize. Col. Eric 

J. E. Swayne, C.B. 
Caicos, vide Turks and Caicos Islands. 
Cape op Good Hope, Cape Town. Hon. 

Sir Walter Hely-Hutchmson, G.C.M.G. 
Ceylon, Colombo. Col. Sir Henry Edwd. 

Cyprus, Nicosia. Sir Chas. A. King- 

Harman, k.c.m.g. (high commr.). 
Dominica, Roseau. Wm. Douglas Young, 

CM.G. (administr.). 



East Africa Protectorate, Mombasa. 
Lt.-Gol. Sir James Hayes Sadler, 

K.C.M.G., C.B. 

Falkland Islands, Stanley. Wm. 

Lamond AUardyce, C.m.g. 
Fiji Islands, Suva. Sir Everard F. im 

Thurn, K.C.M.G., C.B. (and high oommr. 

for W. Pacific). 
Gambia, Bathurst. Sir G-eo. Chardin 

Denton, k.o.m.g. 
Gibraltar. Gen. Sir Fredk. W. E. F. 

Forestier-Walker, G.C.M.G., K.c.B. 
Gold Coast, Accra. Sir John Pickersgill 

Rodger, K.O.M.G. 
Gold Coast {Northern Territories of 

the). Lt.-Col. A. E. G. Watherston, 

C.M.G. (chief commr.). 
Grenada, v/c?e Windward Islands. 
Guernsey, St. Peter le Port. Maj.-Gen. 

Robt. Auld, C.B. 
Hong Kong, Victoria. Col. Sir Fredk. 

J. D. Lugard, k.c.m.g., c.b., d.s.o. 
Isle of Man, Douglas. Lord Raglan. 
Jamaica, Kingston. Sir Sydney Olivier, 

K.C.M.G. (capt.-gen. and gov. -in-chief). 
Jersey, St. Heliers. Maj.-Gen. Hugh 

Surlej Gough, C.B., C.M.G. 
Labuan, vide Straits Settlements. 
Leeward Islands {Antigua, Dominica, 

Montserrat, Nevis, St Kitts, Virgin 

Islands). Sir Ernest Bickham Sweet- 

Escott, K.C.M.G. 
Malta, Valletta. Lt.-Gen. Sir Henry 

Fane Grant, K.C.B. 
Man, Isle of, vide Isle of Man. 
Mauritius, Port Louis. Sir Cavendish 

Boyle, K.C.M.G. 
Montserrat, Plymouth. Lt.-Col. W. B. 

Davidson-Houston (commr.). 
Natal, Pietermaritzburg (and Zululand). 

Lt.-Col. Sir Matthew Natban, g.c.m.g. 
Nevis, vide St. Christopher. 
Newfoundland, >S«.yoAft'«. Sir William 

MacGregor, g.c.m.g., c.b., m.d. 
Nigeria {Northern) Protbctokatb. 

Lt.-Col. Sir Edouard P. C. Girouard, 

K.C.M.G., D.s.o. 

Nigeria {Southern). Sir Walter Egerton, 


Nyasaland Protectorate, Zomha. Sir 
Alfred Sharpe, K.C.M.G., C.b. 

Orange River, Bloem/bntein. Maj. Sir 

H. J. Goold- Adams, g.c.m.g., c.B. 
Rhodesia {Southern), Salisbury. Sir 

W. H. Milton, K.C.M.G. (administ.). 
Rhodesia {North Eastern). L. A. 

Wallace (administ.). 
Rhodesia {North Western). Robert 

Codrington (administ.). 
St. Christopher and Nevis, Basse- 
terre^ St. Kitts. Thomas Lawrence 

Roxburgh (administr.). 
St. Helena, Jamestown. Lt.-Col. Hy. 

Lionel Gallwey, C.M.G., D.S.O. 
St. Lucia, Castries. His Honour Philip 

Clarke Cork, C.M.G. (administ.). 
St. Vincent, Kingstown. Edwd. J. 

Cameron, c.m.g. (administ.). 
Seychelles Islands, Victoria, Mahe. 

Walter Edwd. Davidson, c.m.g. 
Sierra Leone, Freetown. Leslie Probyn, 

Somaliland Protectorate, Berbera. 

Capt. Harry E. S. Cordeaux, c.b.,c.m.q. 

Straits Settlements, Singapore. Sir 

John Anderson, k.c.m.g. (and high 

commr. of Fed. Malay States and 

Brunei, and gov. of Labuan). 
Swaziland Protectorate. R. T. 

Coryndon (commssr.). 
Transvaal, Pretoria. Earl of Selborne, 

P.O., g.c.m.g. (and high commr. for 

South Africa). 
Trinidad, Port of Spain (and Tobago). 

Turks and Caicos Islands, Grand 

Turk. Fredk. Hy. Watkins, 1.8.0. 

Uganda Protectorate, Entebbe. Sir 

Hy. Hesketh J. Bell, K.C.M.G. 
Virgin Islands, Roadtown, Tortola. 

R. S. Earl (commssr.). 
Wei-hai-wei. Sir Jas. H. S. Lockhart, 

K.C.M.G. (commr.). 
Western Pacific. Sir Everard F. im 

Thurn, K.C.M.G., c.B. (high commr. and 

Windward Islands, St.George, Grenada 

(Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent). Sir 

Ralph Champneys Williams K.c.M G. 






EARLS 140 




„ .„, „,_ (of whom 10 are 

To*»l ^^M MINORS. 

The undermentioned Noblemen sit as Peers of England, of Great Britain, or of the United Kingdom 
by titles nominally diflferent from, as well as inferior to, those by which they are usually addressed. 

Superior Title. Sits as 

B. Aberdeen .... V. Gordon 

B. Arran L. Sudley 

L. Athlumney . . L. Meredyth 

D. AthoU B. Strange 

v. Barrington . . L. Shute 
B. Bessborough.. L. Poneonby 
V. Boyne L. Brancepeth 

D, Buccleuch. . . . E. Doncaster 
M. Clanricarde . . L. Somerhill 

V. Clifden L. Mendip 

M. Conyngham . . L. Minster 

E. Cork & Orrery L. Boyle 

B. Courtown 
E. Crawford & 
Balcarres . . 
B. Dalhousie . . . 
1^. Donegall 

. L. Saltersford 

L. Wigan 

L. Ramsay 
L. Fisherwick 

E. Donoughmore V. Hutchinson 

v. Downe L, Dawnay 

M. Downshire . . E. Hillsborough 
E. Dunraven & ) y tr^-^^^ 
Mountearl.. L. Kenry 

Superior Title. Sits as 

E. Bglinton .... B. Winton 

( L. Lovell & 

5. Egmont. 


M.Ely L. Loftus 

E. Enniskillen . . L. Grinstead 

B. Erne L. Fermanagh 

B. Erroll L. Kilmarnock 

B. Galloway .... L. Stewart 

V. Galway L. Monckton 

E. Glasgow .... L. Fairlie 

B. Gosford L. Worlingham 

D, Hamilton .... D. Brandon 
M. Headf ort .... L. Kenlis 

L. Henley L. Northington 

L. Henniker .... L. Hartismere 

B. Home. , L. Douglas 

M. Himtly L. Meldrum 

E, Kinnoull L. Hay 

B. Leitrim L. Clements 

E. Limerick .... L. Poxf ord 
E. Listowel .... L. Hare 
M. Londonderry . E. Vane 

Superior Title. 
M. Lothian . . . , 

B. Loudoun ... 

Sits as 
L. Ker 

J L. Botreaux 
I & Hastings 

L. Oriel 

L. Bttrick 

V. Massereene 
& Ferrard . . 

E. Meath .'. L. Chaworth 

V. Midleton L. Brodrick 

D. Montrose .... E. Graham 

E. Moray L. Stuart 

L. Napier of) 

Merchistonn ) 
E. Normanton . . L. Somerton 

L. Rollo L. Dunning 

D. Roxburghe . . E. Innes 

B. Seafield L. Strathspey 

B. Shannon .... L. Carleton 

M, Sligo L. Monteagle 

B. Southesk .... L. Balinhard 

B. Stair L. Oxenf oord 

B. Strathmore . . L. Bowes 
M. Waterford . . L. Tyrone 

. Longford .... L. Silchester 
In the following list the above are arranged under the titles by which they sit, their superior titles 
being placed immediately after in parentheses ; but in the alphabetical arrangement they will b? 
found under those titles by which they are ordinarily known. 



Marked thus * are Irish Representative Peers. Marked thus f are Scotch Representative Peers. 
Marked thus J are Peers for Life. 


Having special precedence under the Statute 31 Henry VIII. Creation. 

His Royal Highness George Frederick Ernest Albert, Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall (1337) & | , ,„- 
York(1892)(Princeof Wales and Earl of Chester, 1901), K.G.,K.T., K.P„P.C,G.C.M.(J.,G.C.V.O. \ ^'^'^' 

His Royal Highness Arthur William Patrick Albert, Dake of Connaught, &c,, K.G., K.T., ~ 
K.P., P.O., G.C.B., G.aS.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O 

His Royal Highness Leopold Charles Edward George Albert, Duke of Albany, K.G., G.C.V.O. 
(Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) , . , . , , 




style, His Grace, Consecrated. Translated, 

Right Hon.<feMost Rev.Dr. Raudall Thos.Davidson,of Cauterbury,l'.0.,O.C, V.O. 1891 1903 

Most Rev. Dr. Cosmo Gordon Lang, of York (Archbishop Designate) 1901 

DTJKES (23). 

Style, Most Noble; Hin Grace. Title by Courtesy 

Name. Title. Creation, of Eldest Sons. 

Henry Pitzalaa-Howard Norfolk,K.Q.,P.C.,G.c.v.O. 1483 B.of Arandel&Surrey 

Algernon St. Maur Somerset 1546 L. Seymour 

( Richmond & Gorioa, 
Charles Henry Gordoa-Lenaox \ K.G., Q.c.v.O, C.B. }• 1675 E. of March 

C.B. \ 

( (Duke of Lennox) 

Augustus Charles Lennox Fitz Roy Grafton, K.G., C.B 1676 B. of Euston 

Henry Adelbert Wellington Pitz Roy Somerset .. Beaufort 1682 M. of Worcester 

Chas. Victor Albert Aubrey de Vere Beauclerk . . St. Albans 1684 E. of Burford 

George Godolphin Osborne Leeds 1694 M. of Carmarthen 

Herbrand Arthur Russell Bedford, k.g 1694 M. of Tavistock 

Victor Christian William Cavendish Devonshire, P.C 1694 M. of Hartington 

Charles Richard John Spencer Churchill Marlborough, K.G., P.O. . . 1702 M. of Blandford 

Henry John Brinsley Manners Rutland 1703 M. of Granbv 

Alfred Dougla,Dou..a,.Ha,nman PXtSjr'f . . ?f ! "'' \i\^t"' " 

William JohnArthurChas. Jas,Cavendi8h Bentinck j ^^q*^c*v o ^'^" ^'^"' | 1716 M. of Titchfield 

William Angus Drogo Montagu Manchester, PC 1719 V. Mandeville 

Henry Pelham Archibald Douglas Pelham-Clinton Newcastle 1756 E. of Lincoln 

Henry George Percy Northumberland,K.G.,P.C. 1766 E. Percy 

His Royal Highness Ernest A. W. A. G. F. Guelph j ^ dale!'St^O^H!''.*.' | ^^^^ ^' "^ -^™*Sli 

Arthur Chas. Wellesley Welliugton,K.G.,G.C.V.O. 1814 M. Douro 

Cromartie Sutherland Leveson-Gower Sutherland, k.g 1833 M. of Stafford 

Hugh Richd. Arthur Grosvenor Westminster, G.c.V.O. . . 1874 E, Grosvenor 

Alexander William George Duff Fife, K.T., P.O., G.C.V.O. . . 1889 M. Macduff 

John Douglas Sutherland CarapbeU [ "^^G o!m.G.^G.C.V.o°'' 1 1892 M. of Lome 


style, Most Honourable. 

Henry Wm. Montagu Paulet Winchester 1551 E. of Wiltshire 

( Lansdowne, K.G.,P.C., ) 
Henry Charles Keith Petty Fitzmaurice < G.aM.G., 6.C.S.I., > 1784 B. Kerry 

( G.C.I.E. ) 

John Jas. Dudley Stuart Townshend Townshend 1786 V. Raynham 

Jas. Bdwd. Hubert Gascoyne-Cecil Salisbury, p.c., C.B ... . 1789 V. Cranbome 

Thomas Henry Thynne Bath 1789 V. Weymouth 

(Abercorn, K.G., P.O.,) 
James Hamilton I C.B., (Duke of > 1790 M. Hamilton 

( Abercorn) ) 

Hugh de Grey Seymour Hertford, P.C, C.B 1793 B. of Yarmouth 

John Crichton Stuart Bute 1796 E. of Dumfries 

William Thos. Brownlow Cecil. Exeter 1801 L. Burghley 

William Geo. Spencer Scott Maclean Compton. . . . Northampton, K.G 1812 E. Compton 

John Charles Pratt Camden 1812 B. of Brecknock 

Charles Henry Alexander Paget Anglesey 1815 E. of Uxbridge 

George Henry Hugh Cholmondeley Cholmondeley, P.C 1815 B. of Rocksavage 

Henry Augustus Brudenell-Bruce Ailesbury 1821 E. of Cardigan 

Frederick William Fane Hervey Bristol,M.v.0 1826 B. Jermyn 

Archibald Kennedy Ailsa 1831 B. of Cassillis 

Rev. Constantine Charles Henry Phipps Normanby 1838 E. of Mulgrave 

George Frederick Samuel Robinson [ Ripon^K.G.,P.C.,G.C.S.l., | ^^^^ j, ^^ (j,.gy 

William Nevill Abergavenny, K.G 1876 E. of Lewes 

Gavin Campbell Breadalbane, K.G., P.O. . . 1885 B. of Ormelie 

Terence John Hamilton Temple Blackwood Dufferin & Ava 1888 B, of Ava 

Lawrence Dundas , . . . . Zetland, K.T., P.C. 1892 B. of Ronaldehay 

Victor Alexander John Hope *.,.... Linlithgow ,..,.,.,.,,... 1902 E. of Hopetoun 


EARLS (140). 

style, Right Honourable. Title by Courteay 

Name. Title. Creation, of Eldest Sons. 

Charles Henry John Chetwynd-Talbot Shrewsbury&Talbot,K.C.V.0. 1442 V. Ingestre 

Edward George Villiera Stanley Derby, P.C, G.o.V.O., C.B. 1485 L. Stanley 

Warner Francis John Plantagenet Hastings .... Huntingdon 1529 V. Hastings 

SldneyHerbert mS^'p.c.^.ajro': j im L. Herbert 

Charles Pepys Courtenay Devon 1553 L. Oourtenay 

Henry Molyneux Paget Howard Suffolk & Berkshire .... 1603 V. Andover 

Rudolph Robert Basil Aloysius Augustine Feilding Denbigh, C.v.0 1622 V. Feilding 

Anthony Mildmay Julian Fane Westmorland 1624 L. Burghersh 

Montagu Peregrine Bertie Lindsey 1626 L.Bertie 

William arey Stamford 1628 L. Grey of Groby 

Henry Stormont Finch-Hatton Wincliilsea& Nottingham 1628 V. Maidstone 

Edwyn Francis Scudamore-Stanhope Chesterfield, p.c 1628 L. Stanhope 

Edward George Henry Montagu Sandwich, K.O.v.0 .... 1660 V. Hinchingbrook 

George Devereux de Vere Capell . . ; Essex 1661 V. Maiden 

George James Howard Carlisle 1661 V. Morpeth 

( Donca8ter(DukeofBuo- ) 
William Henry Walter Montagu-Douglas-Scott., j cleuch and Queens- [ 1663 E. of Dalkeith 

( berry),K.G.,K.T.,p.c. ) 

Anthony Ashley-Cooper Shaftesbury, K V.0 1672 L. Ashley 

Randal Mowbray Thomas Berkeley Berkeley 1679 V. Dursley 

Montagu Arthur Bertie Abingdon 1682 L. Norreys 

Aldred Frederick George Beresf ord Lumley Scarbrough, C. B 1690 V. Lumley 

Arnold Allan Cecil Keppel Albemarle, o.B. , M.v.O. . . 1696 V. Bury 

George William Coventry Coventry, P.c 1697 V. Deerhurst 

Victor Albert George Child Villiers Jer8ey,P.C.,Q.C.B.,G.C.M.G. 1697 V. Villiers 

William John Lydston Poulett Poulett 1706 V. Hinton 

fJohn Francis Erskine Goodeve Erskine Mar Before 1404 L. Garioch 

tNorman Evelyn Leslie Rothes 1427 L.Leslie 

fSholto George Douglas Morton 1458 L. Aberdour 

tJohn Francis Walter Erskine Mar & Kellie 1565 L. Erskine 

fGeorge Baillie- Hamilton- Arden Haddington, K.T. 1619 L. Binning 

fFrederick Henry Maitland Lauderdale 1624 V. Maitland 

fRobert Harris Carnwath Dalzell Carnwath 1639 L. Dalzell 

fDavid John Carnegie Northesk 1647 L. Rosehill 

fDouglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton Cochrane.. Dundonald, K.O.V.O., C.B. 1669 L.Cochrane 

Sewallis Edward Shirley Ferrers 1711 V. Tamworth 

William Heneage Legge Dartmouth, P.C 1711 V. Lewisham 

Gr€0. Montagu Bennet Tankerville 1714 L. Bennet 

Charles Wiglitwick Finch Aylesford 1714 L. Guernsey 

Jas. Richd. Stanhope Stanhope 1718 V. Mahon 

Geo. Loveden Wm. Hy. Parker Macclesfield (a minor) . . 1721 V. Parker 

Douglas Beresf ord Malise Ronald Graham { ^^^rose) KT °* ^°"" i ^^^^ ^' ^^^^ 

William Frederick Waldegrave Waldegrave, P. a 1729 V. Chewton 

Bertram Ashbumham Ashburnham 1730 V. St. Asaph 

Charles Augustus Stanhope Harrington 1742 V. Petersham 

Newton Wallop Portsmouth 1743 V. Lymington 

Francis Richard Charles Guy Greville Warwick & Brooke 1746 L. Brooke 

Sidney Carr Hobart-Hampden-Mercer- Eeuderson Buckinghamshire 1746 L. Hobart 

William Charles de Mure Wentworth-Fitzwilliam.. Pitzwilliam, D.s.0 1746 V.Milton 

Frederick George North Guilford 1752 L. North 

John Manners Yorke Hardwicke 1754 V. Royston 

Giles Stephen Holland Fox-Strangways Ilchester 1756 L. Stavordale 

Gilbert Geo. Reginald Sackville De La Warr 1761 L. Buckhurst 

Jacob Pleydell-Bouverie Radnor 1765 V. Folkestone 

John Poyntz Spencer Spencer, K.G., P.c 1765 V. Althorp 

Seymour Henry Bathurst Bathurst, C.M.G 1772 L. Apsley 

Arthur Wills John Wellington Blundell Trum- ( Hillsborough (M. of/.^^o -r, TTinahnrmurh 
bull Sandys Roden Hill \ Downshire) ] ^^^^ ^' i^i^^Dorougn 

Edward Hyde VilUers j Clarendon, P.C, G.C.B., ^l„g L. Hyde 

Alan David Murray Man8field& Mansfield 1776 & 1792 L. Scone 

John James Hugh Henry Stewart-Murray Strange (D.of Atholl), k:.t 1786 M. of Tullibardine 

William Henry Edgcumbe [ ^Ta'.^G.aH!*!: .... 1 ^^^^ ^- ^^^^^"^ 

Hugh Fortescue Fortescue' . .'. .*. .'. .'.'.'. . . . 1789 V. Bbrington 

George Edward Stanhope Molyneux Herbert .... Carnarvon 1793 L. Porchester 

George Henry Cadogan Cadogan, K.G., P.C 1800 V. Chelsea 

James Edward Harris Malmesbury 1800 V. FitzHarris 


Title by Coixrtesy 
Name. Title. Creation, of Eldest Sons. 

*A.nthony Francis Nugent Westmeath, p.c 1621 L. Delvin 

*rvo Fras. Walter Bligh Darnley 1725 L.Clifton ofRathmore 

*Dermot Robert Wyndham Bourke Mayo, K.P., P.C 1785 L. Naas 

»Hugh Annesley Annesley 1789 V. Castlewellan 

•Ralph Fras. Howard Wicklow 1793 L. Clonmore 

«George Bingham Lucan, K.P 1795 L. Bingham 

^Somerset Richard Lowry-Gorry Belmore, P.C , G.C.M.G. . . 1797 V. Corry 

«James Francis Bernard Bandon, k.p 1800 V. Bernard 

James Francis Harry St. Clalr-Erskine Rosslyn 1801 L. Loughborough 

William George Robert Craven Craven 1 801 V. Uffington 

William Hillier Onslow Onslow, P.C. G.C.M.G. .. 1801 V. Cranley 

Charles Marsham Romuey 1801 V. Marsham 

Jocelyu Brudenell Pelham Chichester 1801 L. Pelham 

Arthur Geo. Bgerton Wilton 1801 V. Grey de Wilton 

George Charles Herbert Powis 1804 V. Clive 

Horatio Nelson Nelson 1805 V. Merton 

Ch as. Wm. Sydney Pierrepont Manvers 1806 V. Newark 

Robert Horace Walpole Orford 1806 L. Walpole 

Albert Henry Geo. Grey Grey,P.C,.G.C.M.G.,G.C. V.o. 1806 V. Howick 

Hugh Cecil Lowther Lonsdale 1807 V. Lowther 

John Herbert Dudley Ryder Harrowby 1809 V. Sandon 

Henry Ulick Lascelles Harewood, K.C. V.o 1812 V. Lascelles 

Gilbert John Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound Minto, P.C, G.C.M.G 1813 V. Melgund 

Alan Cathcart Cathcart 1814 L. Greenock 

James Walter Grimston Verulam 1815 V. GrimBton 

Adelbert Wellington Brownlow Oust Brownlow, p.c 1815 V. Alford 

Henry Comwallis Eliot St. Germans 1815 L. Eliot 

Edmund Robert Parker Morley 1815 V. Boringdon 

Geo. Cecil Orlando Bridgeman Bradford 1815 V. Newport 

William Lygon Beauchamp, P.O., K.C.M.G 1816 V. Elmley 

John Scott Bldon 1821 V. Encombe 

Richard George Penn Curzon Howe, G.c.V.O 1821 V. Curzon 

George Edward John Mowbray Rous j Stra'^broke, C.V.O., C.B., j ^gg^ y_ Dunwich 

Algernon William Stephen Gore-Langton Temple 1822 L. Langton 

*Francis Charles Needham Kilmorey, K.P 1822 V. Newry & Morne 

rVane (M. of London-^ 

•Tempest-Stewart -[ derry), K.G., p.c, V 1823 V. Castlereagh 

V. G.c.V.O., C.B j 

William Archer Amherst Amherst 1826 "V. Holmesdale 

Frederick Archibald Vaughan Campbell Cawdor, P.C 1827 V. Emlyn 

Aubrey FitzClarence Munster 1831 V. FitzGlarence 

Robert Adam Philips Haldane Duncan-Haldane. . Camperdown 1831 V. Duncan 

Thomas Francis Anson Lichfield 1831 V. Anson 

John George Lambton Durham 1833 V. Lambton 

George Granville Leveson-Gower Granville, M. v.0 1833 L. Leveson 

Henry Alex. Gordon Howard Effingham 1837 L. Howard 

Henry John Moreton Ducie, P.O., G.C.V.O ... 1837 L. Moreton 

Charles Alfred Worsley Pelham Yarborough, P.C 1837 L. Worsley 

Henry John Innes Ker { ^""burghe^k.T.^M. V.*?" \ ^^^^ ^' °^ ^owmont 

Thomas William Coke Leicester, K.G 1837 V. Coke 

Lionel Fortescue King Lovelace 1838 V. Ockham 

Charles William Francis Noel Gainsborough 1841 V. Campden 

Francis Charles Granville Egerton EUesmere 1846 V. Brackley 

Rev. Fras. Edmund Cecil Byng Strafford 1847 V. Enfield 

Kenelm Charles Edward Pepys Cottenham 1850 V. Crowhurst 

Henry Arthur Mornington Wellesley Cowley 1857 V. Dangan 

George Arnulph Montgomerie Winton (E. of Eglinton). 1859 L. Montgomerie 

William Humble Ward -{ ^"SSv.J'^"' ^•^''''■^•'\ I860 V. Ednam 

John Francis Stanley Russell Russell 1861 V. Amberley 

John Wodehouse Kimberley 1866 L. Wodehouse 

Vesey Dawson Dartrey 1866 L. Cremorne 

William Ernest Duncombe Feversham 1868 V. Helmsley 

Francis John Montagu Stuart- Wortley-Mackenzie Wharncliffe 1876 V. Carlton 

Francis George Baring Northbrook 1876 V. Baring 

Wilfred Dallas Cairns Cairns 1878 V. Garmoyle 

Victor Alexander George Robert Lytton Lytton 1883 V. Knebworth 

Edward Geo. Bootle-Wilbraham Lathom 1880 L. Skelmersdale 

Lewis Arthur Milles Sondes 1880 V. Throwley 

Charles Stewart Vane' 


Title by Courtesy 
Name. Title. Creation, of Eldest Sons. 

Wm. Waldegrave Palmer Selbome, P.O., G.C.M.G. . . 1882 V. Wolmer 

Walter Stafford Northcote Iddesleigh, C.B 1885 V. St. Gyres 

William Fras. Henry Denison Londesborough, K.C.V.O. 1887 V. Raincliffe 

John Stewart Gathorne- Hardy Cranbrook 1892 L. Med way 

Gilbert Henry Heathcote Drummond-Willoughby Ancaster, p.c j ^^^^ ^resby "^^^^ ^^ 

Charles Robt. Wynn-Carrington { ^q^cS^"' ^^'' ^'^'^ j ^^^^ ^' Wendover 

Robert Offley Ashburton Crewe-Milnes Crewe, K.a., P.c 1895 L. Houghton 

Wilbraham Egerton Bgerton of Tatton 1897 V. Salford 

Hardinge Stanley Giffard Halsbury, P.c 1898 V. Tiverton 

(Roberts, E.G., K.P.,^ 
Frederick Sleigh Roberts \ P.O., O.M., g.cb., >1901 V. St. Pierre 

( G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., V.C.J 

(Cromer, P.c, O.M., G.C. 
Evelyn Baring \ B., G.C.M.G., K.C.S.I. , I- 1901 V. Errington 

f Cromer, p.c, O.M., G.C. ) 
\ B., G.C.M.G., K.C.S.I., [ 
(. CLE. j 

Robert George Windsor-Olive Plymouth, P.O. , C.B 1905 V. Windsor 

Arthur William de Brito Savile Poljambe Liverpool, M.V.0 1905 V. Hawkesbury 


style, Right Honourable. 

Robert Devereux Hereford 1550 

Byron Plantagenet Cary Falkland 1620 

Vernon Henry St. John Bolingbroke (a minor) . . 1712 

Charles George Lyttelton Cobham 1718 

Evelyn Edward Thomas Boscawen Falmouth,, C.B... 1720 

George Master Byng Torrington 1721 

Maurice PitzGerald { ^ISrT- .^."i • ?^ ^^'. 1 "^^ ^' °' ^^'® 

Grosvenor Arthur Alex. Hood Hood 1796 

»Henry William Crosbie Ward Bangor 1781 

Ronald Clargea Jervis St Vincent 1801 

Charles Saunders Dundas Melville, I. S.0 1802 

William Wells Addington Sidmouth 1805 

*Hy.Edwd.MontaguDorington Clotworthy Upton Templetown 1806 

John Campbell Gordon [ ®^t?° ^a.^Sn.?. } ^^^^ ^- ^^^^"^ 

Edward Addington Hargreaves Pellew Bxmouth (a minor) .... 1816 

Richd. Walter John Hely-Hutchinson | ^D^nouSSnore^' °^ \ ^^^^ ^- ^i^irdale 

William Frederick Le-Poer-Trench { ^^carTyf. ^^.' .f .?!??* 1 ^^^^ ^' ^"""^^ 

Francis Lynch Wellington Stapleton-Cotton .... Combermere 1826 

Henry Charles Manners-Sutton Canterbury 1835 

Rowland Richd. Clegg-Hill Hill 1842 

Henry Charles Hardinge Hardinge 1846 

Hugh Gough Gough, K.C.V.O 1849 

Charles Lindley Wood Halifax 1866 

Arthur Wellington Alexander Nelson Hood Bridport, C.B 1868 

William Henry Berkeley Portman Portman 1873 

Thomas Walter Brand Hampden 1884 

Garnet Joseph Wolseley { "^S.l'Jlc.SfG.c.S.a! j l^^^ 

Richard Assheton Cross Cross. P.0„ Q.aB.,G.c.s.I. 1886 

Arthur Wellesley Peel Peel, P.C 1896 

Henry Thurston Holland Knutsford, P.c, G.CM.G., 1896 

Henry Matthews LlandaflE, P.C 1895 

Reginald Baliol Brett Esher, G.CB., .. 1897 

George Joachim Goschen Goschen 1900 

Matthew White Ridley Ridley 1900 

( Kitchener of Khartoum, 1 
Horatio Herbert Kitchener I 0.m.,g.CB., g.CM.G., > 1902 

I p p T p I 

Charles Robt. Wm. Colville ColviUe of "Oulross 1902 

Victor Albert Francis Charles Spencer Churchill,' o.c.v.o 1902 

Alfred Milner Milner,P.C.,G.C.B.,Q.c.M.G 1902 

William Court Gully Selby, P.C 1905 

Edward Cecil Guinness Iveagh, k.p 1905 

Charles Robert Spencer Althorp, p.c 1905 

Godfrey Charles Morgan Tredegar 1906 

Michael Edward Hicks-Beach St. Aldwyn, P.c 1906 

John Morley j M.orlej of Blackburn, j jg^g 

Henry Hartley Fowler Wolverhampton, G.C.s.T. 1908 


BISHOPS (24). 

style, Right Reverend. 

The Bishops of Lofldon, Durham and Winchester take precedence in right of their respective sees ; the 
other Bishops in the order of their consecration. The Bishop of Sodor and Man has a seat but no 
vote in Parliament. The Statute 10 & 11 Victoriae, cap. 108, enacts that, upon a vacancy in an 
English or Welsh bishopric, the newly consecrated bishop (unless elected to one of the archiepiscopal 
sees, or to one of the sees of London, Durham or Winchester) shall not be entitled to sit ; but the 
summons is to be issued to such one of the other bishops as has not previously been summoned.* 

Consec. Translated. 

Dr. Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram London, P.C 1897—1901 

Dr. Hanclley Oarr Glyn Moule Durham 1901 

Dr. Herbert Bdward Ryle Winchester 1901—1903 

Dr. William Boyd Carpenter Ripon 1884 

Dr. Bdward King Lincoln 1885 

Dr. John Wordsworth Salisbury 1885 

Dr. Francis John Jayne Chester 1889 

Dr. Alfred George Edwards St Asaph 1889 

Dr. Hon. Augustus Legge Lichfield 1891 

Dr. John Sheepshanks Norwich 1893 

Dr. Geo. Wyndham Kennion Bath and Wells 1882—1894 

Dr. John Percival Hereford 1895 

Dr. Edward Stuart Talbot Southwark 1895—1906 

Dr. Edgar Jacob St. Albans 1896—1903 

Dr. Edward Cart Glyn Peterborough 1897 

Dr. John Owen St. David's 1897 

Dr. George Forrest Browne Bristol 1895—1897 

Dr. George Rodney Eden Wakefield 1897 

Dr. Watkin Herbert Williams Bangor 1899 

Dr. Francis James Chavasse Liverpool 1900 

Dr. Francis Paget Oxford 1901 

Dr. Charles Gore Birmingham 1902—1905 

Dr. Archibald Robertson Exeter 1903 

Dr. Edmund Arbuthnott Knox Manchester 1894—1903 

* The Bishops of Southwell, Carlisle, Worcester, Llandaff, Gloucester, Rochester, Ely, Tniro, 
Newcastle and Chichester have not, at present, seats in the House. 

BARONS (368). 

Style, Right Honourable. Title by Courtesy 

Name. Title. Creation, of Eldest Sons. 

Charles Botolph Joseph Stourton { ^St^oSn^^f .™7. .* j ^283 

Albert Edward Delavel Astley Hastings 1289 

Jack Southwell RusseU De Clifford 1299 

Chas. Jn. Robt. Hepburn-Stuart-ForbesTref usis . . Clinton 1299 

Robert Nathaniel Cecil George Curzon Zouche 1308 

Rawdon George Grey Clifton Grey de Ruthyn 1324 

Charles Edward Hastings Abney-Hastings { ^^(Bro^LtiSounjf ! } 1368 V. Mauchline 

Ralph Francis Julian Stonor Camoys 1383 (1st cr. 1264) 

Richard Greville Verney Willoughby de Broke. . . . 1492 

Hubert George Charles Mostyn Vaux of Harrowden .... 1523 

Alfred Thos. Townshend Verney-Cave Braye 1529 

William Henry John Norih North • 1554 

Beauchamp Moubray St. John St. John 1558 

Thos. Evelyn Ellis { ^ slaf oM^'!^.!^.'^.!'! .* j ^^^^ 

Philip Benedict Joseph Petre Petre *..*....*... 1603 

Geoffrey Cecil Twisleton Wykeham-Piennes .... Saye & Sele 1603 

Edgar Clifford Ar undell Arundell of Wardour . . 1605 

Roland John Dormer Dormer 1615 

Henry John Philip Sidney Roper Curzon Teynham 1616 

Fitzherbert Edward Stafford- Jerningham Stafford 1640 

George Frederick William Byron Byron 1643 

Auberon Thos. Herbert { ^ Scotfa^ndf.' ."".'.T!". !! \ ^^^^ 

Lewis Henry Hugh Clifford Clifford of Chudieigh.*.*. . 1672 

Henry De Vere Vane Barnard 1698 

fAlexander William Frederick Praser . , Saltoun 1445 

tCharles William St. Clair Sinclair 1449 

tArchibald Patrick Thos. Borthwick Borthwick 1452 

^James Walter Sandilands. , ....,,...,.,..,,.... Torphichen 1564 


Title by Courtesy 
Name. Title. Creation, of Eldest Sons. 

J TT u x> ( Balfour of Burleigh, ) ,««, 

fAlexander Hugh Bruce | K.T., P.O. \ 

tA-lexander Chas. Hamilton Belhaven and Stenton . . 1647 

Charles Spencer Canning Boyle \ ^^girery) ?! .??!^. .t 1 ^^^^ ^- ^ungarvan 

Archibald Pitzroy George Hay Hay (B. of Kinnoull) . . 1711 L. Hay of Kinfauns 

Digby VVentworth Bayard Willoughby Middleton 1711 

Augustus Debonnaire John Monson Monson 1728 

Edward Pon,onby r=g%?v°oS 1 l'« V. Duocanno. 

Rev. Alfred Nathaniel Holden Curzon Scarsdale 1761 

George Florance Irby Boston 1761 

Augustus Arthur Perceval i "^Tfigm^ntr^.^^: ! ^^^'^ V.Perceval 

George Pras. Augustus Venables -Vernon Vernon (a minor) 1 762 

Edward Henry Trafalgar Digby Digby 1765 

Martin Bladen Hawke Hawke 1776 

Pitzakn Chas. John Poley Foley 1776 

Arthur de Cardonel Rice Dynevor 1780 

Thomas de Grey Walsingham 1780 

William Bagot Bagot 1780 

Charles Henry Pitzroy Southampton 1780 

John Richard Brinsley Norton Grantley 1782 

George Bridges Harley Dennett Rodney Rodney 1782 

Arthur Herbert Tennyson Cocks Somers 1784 

Thomas Henry Noel-Hill Berwick 1784 

Edward Lenox Dutton Sherborne 1784 

Henry De-la-Poer-Beresf ord | "^^/^^^^ ^^^ «^ ^V^*^^''- j 1786 B. of Tyrone 

Bichard Bernard Boyle P^^iTcif^^^^^^^^^ 1786 V. Boyle 

Charles Harbord P"^c!b "If ! :!:':\!'.°V } ^^^^ 

LloydKenyon Kenyon, K.C.V.O 1788 

Henry Neville Braybrooke 1788 

Bdwd. Arthur Donald St. George Hamilton ( Pisherwick (M. of) wq^ w ,f Raifaa+ 

Chichester { DonegaU) (a mnor) j 1790 ifi. ot JieJtast 

Henry Charles Gage Gage(V. Gage) 1790 

Thomas John Hovell Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce. . Thurlow, P.o 1792 

William Morton Eden Auckland 1793 

Thos. Chas. Agar-Robartes Mendip (V. Clifden) 1794 

Francis Jas. Stuart Stuart (E. of Moray) . . 1796 L. Doune 

Randolph Henry Stewart { ^^orGaUowa^f ' ^^' ] ^^^^ ^- ^*'^'^' 

James George Henry Stopf ord [ ^*o Jrto^) !'^.\ . . ?! j ^^^^ ^- Stopford 

WiUiam St. John Premantle Brodrick i ^^t^nl^v c^^' ^^^^^' ] 1796 

Augustus Cholmondeley Gough-Calthorpe Calthorpe 1796 

Peter Robert Burrell Gwydyr 1796 

William Thos. Orde Powlett Bolton 1797 

John Powys Lilford 1797 

Thomas Lister Ribblesdale, P.o 1797 

*Robt. St. John Fitz waiter Butler Dunboyne 1324 and 1541 

•Lucius Wm. O'Brien Inchiquin 1543 

*John Thomas William Massy Massy 1776 

•Hamilton Matthew Tilson Fitzmaurice-Deane- ) Tvr„„v^^^„ t^q, 

Morgan ) Muskerry 1781 

•Luke Gerald Dillon Clonbrock, k.p., p.c 1790 

•Charles Mark Allanson Winn Headley 1797 

•Edward Henry ChurchiU Crofton Croftou 1797 

•Hercules Edward Rowley Langford, K.c. v.0 1800 

•Dayrolles Blakeney Bveleigh- de Moleyns Ventry 1800 

•Henry O'Callaghan Prittie Dunalley 1800 

•Frederick Oliver Trench Ashtown 1800 

John Henry Loftus Loftus (M. of Ely) 1801 V. Loftus 

( Carysfort of Norman ) 
WilliamProby \ Cross (E. of Carys- V 1801 L. Proby 

(. fort), K.P ) 

George Ralph Abercromby Abercromby 1801 

Edward Downes Law EUenborough 1802 

Michael Edwin Marcus Sandys Sandys 1802 

Henry North Holroyd Sheffield (B. of Sheffield) 1802 L. Pevensey 





William Macnaghten Erskine Erskine 

Heary Ulick Browne Monteagle (M. of Sligo) 

Bernard Arthur William Patrick Hastings Forbes j ^ Granard)/p.C. . . . ?! 

no^^.,„,. ( Gardner (L, Gardner 
G^r^^er j inlreland) 

John Thomas Manners-Sutton Manners 

*Albert Bdwd. Handoock Castleraaine 

CharlesGordon ( Meldrum (M. of 

Title by Courtesy 
Creation, of Eldest Son a 
. 1806 
. 1806 B. of Altamont 

1 1806 V. Forbes 


LowryEgertonCole 1 ''tSn?."' ^"'- 

riunUy), p.";. .. .] 1»1' =>• "• ^^"y"' 


Foxford (E. of 


George Robert Canning Harris Harris, G.C.S. I., G.CLE... 1815 

Reginald Charles Edward Abbot Colchester 1817 

1815 V. Cole 

William Henry Edmond de Vere Sheaffe Pery . . . , 

1815 L. Glentworth 

Robert Schomberg Kerr KerCM. of Lothian) ... 

Victor Geo. Henry Francis Conyngham Minster(M.Conyngham) 

James Edward William Theobald Butler { ^'monde\^^p.?i.?.'" 

Francis Wemyss-Charteris-Douglas { ^ITarchf ^^'^^''' 

Thomas Pakenham , ( Silchester 

Longford), K.P. 

AlgernonWm.JohnClotworthyPoster-Skefflngton | ^^^ Ve^'aS^rD.?.^ J ^^^^ 

Arthur Thomas Liddell Rarensworth 1821 

Hugh Cholmondeloy Delamere 1821 

Cecil Theodore Weld-Forester Forester 1821 

John William Strutt Rayleigh, P.O., O.M 1821 

Bdric Frederick Gifford Gifford, V.C 1824 


1821 E. of Ancram 

1821 E. of Mount Charles 

1821 E. of Ossory 

1821 L. Blcho 
of ) 1821 L. Silchester 

James Ludovic Lindsay I f f ^d^ k 

1826 L. Dunkellin 

Uchter John Mark Knox 

Hubert De Burgh-Canning 

of Craw- 

\ ford), K.T 

Ranfurly (B. of Ran- ] 
furly), P.O. (Irel.), 


Charles Stuart Henry Abbott Tenterden 

William Lee Plunket Plunket, K.C.M.G.,K.C.V.O. 

Leonard Holmes A'Court Heytesbury 

Archibald Philip Primrose { ^^'g^^^^l^^^J-] } 1828 L. Dalmeny 

( Rani 
i fui 
( G.C 

1826 L. Balcarres 

1826 V. Northland 



Arthur Vesey Meade 


( Clanwlliam (B, 

{ Clan William) . . . . ) 

Philip George Best Wynford 

„, , ^ T-r „ ( Kilmarnock, K.T., c.B. ) 

Charles Gore Hay j (B.ofErroU) ...... j 

Arthur James Plunkett Fingall(E.of Fingall), P.c. 

Osbert Cecil Molyneux Sef ton (E. of Sef ton), P.O. 

Charles Clements f ^Smf' ^^^ ^'^ ^"^^ i 

1828 L. Dromore 


1831 L. Kilmarnock 

1831 L. Killeen 
1831 V. Molyneux 

1831 V. Clements 

Godfrey Thomas Taylour 

Reginald Brabazon 

Alex. Edwd. Murray . . . . 

( Kenlis (M. of Head- 

{ fort) 

( Chaworth (E. of 
( Meath), K.P., P.O... 
( Dunmore (B. Dun- 
i more), V.C ,M.v.O.. 

Poltimore 1831 

Mostyn 1831 

1831 B. of Bective 
1831 L. Ardee 

1831 V. Fincastle 

Coplestone Richard George Warwick Bampfylde. 

Llewelyn Nevill Vaughan Lloyd- Mostyn 

Arthur Henry Chichester Templemore 1831 

Valentine Frederick Lawless Cloncurry 1831 

James St. Vincent Saumarez De Sauraarez 1831 

Thomas Denman Denman, P.C 1834 

Shelley Leopold Lawrence Scarlett Abinger 1835 

Philip Sidney De L'Isle & Dudley 1835 

Francis Denzil Edward Baring Ashburton 1835 

Edward George Percy Littleton Hatherton, CM.G 1835 

Archibald Brabazon Sparrow Acheson | Q-osford) K.P .... ! 

Hallyburton George Campbell Stratheden & Oampbell . . 1836 

•Geoffrey Henry Browne Oranmore & Browne .... 1836 

1835 V. Acheson 


Title by Gourte sy 
Name. Title. Creation, of Eldest Sons. 

{Lovat (Lord Lovat m\ 
Scotland),K.C.V.O., > 1837 
C.B.., D.S.O j 

William Spencer Bateman-Hanbury Bateman 1837 

Algernon Hawkins Thomond Keith-Falconer .... | ^\^re7 p'c" G C^i"g j ^^^^ ^' ^^^coner 

Derrick Warner William Westenra Rossmore 1838 

Robert Shapland George Julian Carew { ^'"^ind)?. ?!".'!![ !? | ^^^^ 

William Ashley Webb Ponsonby De Mauley 1838 

Arthur Wrottesley Wrottesley 1838 

Charles Douglas Richard Hanbury-Tracy Sudeley, p.c 1838 

P.„lSa,.fordMethue„ {""fl^^^X.Jf:'::] '''» 

Edward Lyulph Stanley Stanley of Alderley 1839 

Francis Dudley Leigh Leigh 1839 

MlbyLawIej j^SSff^-.!-.'';} W^» 

William Brownlow Lurgan, K.C. V.0 1839 

Thomas Spring-Rice P^don'S. ''.*. .!y!!'.i 1^39 

John Reginald Upton Colborne Seaton 1839 

John Hew North Gustave Hy.Hamilton Dalrymple | "^sl^airjyf ! . .^.^'. . . f, ] ^^*^ ^' I*alrymple 

George Crespiguy Brabazon Vivian Vivian 1841 

Henry Bligh Fortescue Parnell Congleton (a minor) .... 1841 

♦Chas. Bertram Bellew Bellew 1848 

( Elgin (E. of Elgin & ) 
Victor Alexander Bruce I Kincardine), K. G. , [ 1849 L. Bruce 

( P.C.,G.C.S.I.,G.O.I.B. ) 

Arthur French De Freyne 1851 

Frank Edward Sugden St. Leonards (a minof) . . 1852 

George FitzRoy Henry Somerset Raglan, c.B 1852 

Valentine Charles Browne | ^m^e)^C.V.o! ^??." } ^^^^ ^' Castlerosse 

Henry Strutt Belper, p.c 1856 

Richard Wogan Talbot Talbot de Malahide .... 1856 

Robert "Wellesley Grosvenor Ebury 1857 

John Compton Cavendish Chesham (a minor) 1858 

Frederic John Napier Thesiger Chelmsford, K.O.M.G 1858 

John Yarde-Buller Churston 1858 

Chas. Henry Wyndham Leconfleld 1859 

Courteuay Robt. Percy Vernon Lyveden 1859 

Henry Charles Brougham Brougham&Vaux,K.C.V.0. 1860 

Arthur Fitzgerald Kinoaird j "^^t^S j!"."!?! ! '««« 

Richard Luttrell Pilkington Bethell Westbury 1861 

Charles Paget Fitzhardinge Berkeley Fitzhardinge 1861 

Luke White Annaly, CV.0 1863 

Wm. Gaspard Guy Romilly Romilly (a minor) 1865 

James Herbert Gustavus Meredyth Somerville .. Meredyth (L.Atlilumney) 1866 

( Kenry(E.ofDunraven ) 
Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin < & Mouutearl), K.P., [ 1866 V. Adare 

( P.O. (Irel.), C.M.G ) 
Henry Power Charles Stanley Monck Monck (V. Monck) 1866 

Charles Henry Chandos Henniker-Major [ ^HenSker) . . .^."^?!*? 1 ^^^^ 

Hylton Geo. Hylton Jolliflfe Hylton V.V.V.V. . 1866 

Edwd. Sholto Douglas-Pennant Penrhyn 1866 

Gustevus Wm. Hamilton-Russell { ^TunTBoyne) ^I" .' 1 !««« 

John Henry TroUope Kesteven 1868 

Arthur Walsh Ormathwaite 1868 

Edward O'Neill O'Neill 1868 

Robert William Napier Napier of Magdala 1868 

Jenico Edwd. Joseph Preston { %Tr^"at?on) .^Ti 1 '''' 

»Thoma8 Kane McClintock-Bunbury Rathdonnell 1868 

John Hamilton Lawrence Lawrence 1869 

John Rogerson RoUo Dunning (L. Rollo) 1869 

Charles Noel Carnegie P^sSithesk) ^^' °^] 1869 L. Carnegie 


Title by Courtesj' 
Name. Title. Creation, of Eldest Sons. 

WiUiamHare [ Hare (E. of Listowel), j iggg V. Bnnismore 

Francis Edward Fitzalan Howard Howard of Glossop 1869 

Bernard Edward Barnaby FitzPatrick j C^ttetown,K.P.,p.c., ) ^ggg 

Richard Maximilian Dalberg Acton Acton, M. v.0 1869 

Frederick Glyn Wolverton 1869 

Algernon William Fulke Greville Greville 1869 

Maurice Herbert Ignatius Towneley O'Hagan .... O'Hagan 1870 

William Mansfield P^G.caT' ^•^•'•'"| 1871 

William John George Napier | ^^Siik^."^^^^^^^ ^^^'^ 

Sidney James Agar P''Slntonr*.?!.^.°!'." } 1873 V. Somerto,, 

Henry Campbell Bruce Aberdare 1873 

Henry James Moncreiff Moncreiff 1874 

Bernard John Seymour Coleridge Coleridge 1874 

Thomas William Gaston Monsell Emly 1874 

Thomas Francis Fremantle Cottesloe 1874 

Herbert Perrott Murray Pakington Hampton 1874 

Charles Alexander Douglas Home { ^^1^"^^ ^^'^^ Home), | jg^g ^ Dunglass 

Arthur George Maule Ramsay [ ^'^ugfe)^^' °^ ^^ j ^^'^ ^ Ramsay 

John Henry Crichton j TETE?neXKiS '''' ^- ^"«^^" 

Geo. Ralph Chas. Ormsby-Gore Harlech 1876 

Humphrey Napier Sturt Alington, C.V.0 1876 

Bentley Lyonel John ToUemache ToUemache 1876 

Frederic John Gerard Gerard 1876 

Lionel Edward Sackville-West Sackville 1876 

Charles Leigh Adderley Norton 1878 

Walter Bulkeley Barri'ngton Shute (V. Barrington) . . 1880 

Lawrence William Palk Haldon 1880 

Ivor Bertie Guest Wimborue 1880 

Arthur Edward Guinness Ardilaun 1880 

Chas. Wallace Alex. Napier Cochrane- Wishart- ( Lamington, G.C.M.G., ) ,93^ 

Balllie \ g.C.iTe. .1 ^^^^ 

Arthur William Hill-Trevor Trevor 1880 

Edward KnatchbuU-Hugessen Brabourne 1880 

Arthur Oliver Villiers Russell Ampthill,G.O.s.l.,G.C.l.E. 1881 

William Montague Hay { ^' 0? Twelddale) !^!^. \ ^^^^ ^- ^^ ^^^''^^ 

William Ulick Tristram St. Lawrence HowthCB. of Howth),K.P. 1881 V. St. Lawrence 

( Reay (L. Reay in 1 
Donald James Mackay \ Scotland), P.C, [ 1881 

( Q.aS.I.,Q.C.I.E 3 

Harcourt Vanden Bempde- Johnstone Derwent 1881 

Henry James Tufton Hothfleld 1881 

Edward Marjoribanks Tweedmouth, k.t., p.C... 1881 

Hallam Tennyson Tennyson, P.O., g.C.m.G. 1884 

James Ogilvie Grant P^SeaSd) ^.^'ff ?! j 1884 V. Reidhaven 

John William Dodson Monk Bretton, c.B 1884 

Walter Henry James Northboume 1884 

Arthur Jocelyn Charles Gore Sudley (E. of Arran) 1884 V. Sudley 

MervynEichardWingfield (''"(Tfowe'^c^Jt)"- i l"'" 

Frederic Henley Northington (L. Henley) 1886 

Nathaniel Meyer Rothschild Rothschild, P.O., G.C.v.O. 1886 

John Baring Revelstoke, P.C 1885 

Robert Collier Monkswell 1885 

Edward Gibson Ashbourne, P.O. 1885 

Rowland Winn St. Oswald 1885 

Robert Wilfrid de Yarburgh-Bateson Deramore 1885 

John Walter Edwd. Douglas-Scott-Montagu .... Montagu of Beaulieu. . . . 1885 

( Elphinstone (L. El- ) 
Sidney Herbert Elphinstone < phinstone in Scot- } 1885 

( land) ) 

Richd. Farrer Herschell Herschell, M.V.0 1886 

Charles William Mills Hillingdon 1886 


Title by Courtesy 
Name. Title. Creation, of Eldest Sons. 

Charles Allsopp Hiudlip 1886 

Ernest William Beckett Grimthorpe 1886 

Richard de Aquila G-rosvenor Stalbrid^e, P.c 1886 

Bn,i.m.^ie> {ISlKirSaSI '«»« 

Michael Arthur Bass Burton, K.O.v.0 1886 

Gavin Geo. Hamilton Hamilton of Dalzell,C.V.O. 1886 

Thomas Brassey Brassey, G.C.B 1886 

JBdward Macnaghten Macnaghten, P c, G.c. M.G 1887 

Claude George Bowes-Lyon [ ^^orl &'c'.^^.^.*'.'?!l\' | ^^^^ ^' ^^^"^'^ 

George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell Monckton(V.Galway),o.B. 1887 

John Townshend St, Aubyn St. Levan C.V.O., C.B 1887 

Dudley Stuart McGarel-Hogg Magheramorne 1887 

George LimbreyScIater-Booth Basing, c.B 1887 

William Henry Pellowes De Ramsey 1887 

Herbert Francis Eaton Cheylesmore, C.v.0 1887 

Egerton Hubbard Addington 1887 

John Savile-Lumley-Savile Savile, K.c.v.0 1888 

George Stephen Mount Stephen, G.C.V.O. 1891 

Samuel Cunliffe-Lister Masham 1891 

George Cubitt Ashcombe, P.c 1892 

Rev. Sholto Douglas Campbell-Douglas Blythswood 1892 

William Brooks Crawsbaw 1892 

William Amhurst Tyssen Amherst Amherst of Hackney .... 1892 

Thomas Wodehouse Legh Newton 1892 

Henry Lyle Mulholland Dunleath 1892 

JohnAUanRolls Llangattock 1892 

George James Playfair Playfair, C.v.o 1892 

Ernest Ambrose Vivian Swansea 1893 

Thomas Cecil Farrer Farrer 1893 

Arthur Hamilton-Gordon Stanniore, G.C.M.Q 1893 

Stuart Rendel Rendel 1894 

Reginald Earle Welby Welby, G.C.B 1894 

Edwd. Douglas Loch Loch, M.V.O., D.S.0 1895 

Sydney Jas. Stem Wandsworth 1895 

James Williamson Ashton 1895 

Herbert Coulstoun Gardner Burghclere, P.C 1895 

Henry James {'Ttl^.cTo^^'^:} ^^'' 

David Robt. Plunket Rathmore, P.C 1895 

Alban Geo. Henry Gibbs Aldenham 1896 

Edward Heneage Heneage, P.C 1896 

Hercules Arthur Temple Robinson Rosmead 1896 

Alexander Smith Kinnear Kinnear 1897 

Joseph Lister Lister, O.M., P.a 1897 

""""■iBoyle l'tol\^lc.tlJ'!^:\ •8i.7V.Mbam 

( Dawnay (V. Downe), 

Hugh Richard Dawnay < K.C.V.O., C.B., > 1897 

( c.i.E ) 

Henry Ludlow Lopes Ludlow 1897 

Hans Wellesley Hamilton Holm Patrick 1897 

James Cleland Burns Inverclyde 1897 

!Strathcona & Mount ) 

Royal, G.C.M.G., > 1897 

G.C.V.O ) 

James Henry Cecil Hozier Newlands 1898 

Horace Brand Farquhar Farquhar, P.c, 1898 

J^.j„Fr».. Pennington PSrTn&a"nSrl '«»« 

( Curzon of Kedleston 

*Geo. Nathaniel Curzon \ p.c, g.C.s.i., 


Joseph Henry Russell Bailey Glanusk 1899 

Bertram Francis Gurdon Cranworth 1899 

■JJames Patrick Bannerman Robertson Robertson, p.c 1899 

Henry Stafford Northcote . j ^"f^'^^^^^^' i''^-^-^- 1 1900 

John Lubbock Avebury, p.c 1900 

JNathaniel Lindley Lindley, P.C 1900 

Martin Henry Fitzpatrick Morris Killauin 1900 


Title by Courtesy 
Name. Title. Creation, of Eldest Sons. 

Peter O'Brien 0'Brien,P.C.,L.C. J.oflrel. 1900 

f Alverstone, G.C.M.O.,"i 

Richd. Everard Webster ••. ] p.c, L.C.J, of Eng- [ 1900 

f land 3 

Patrick Balfour Kinross 1902 

Ughtred James Kay-Shuttleworth Shuttleworth, p.c 1902 

William Lawies Jackson Allertou, p.c 1902 

Arthur Hugh Smith-Barry Barrymore, P.c 1902 

Francis Wallace Grenfell | g.C.b.,' g.o.m.G. . .'. ' J ^^^ 

( Knollys,G.C.B.,G.c.V.O., ) ,„„ 

Francis Knollys \ k.c.m.g,, l.s.O \ ^^"^ 

Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford Redesdale, G.c.v.O., K.O.B. 1902 

Edward Lawson Burnham K.C.V.0 1903 

Michael Biddulph Biddulph 1903 

Geo. Thos. John Sotheron-Bstcourt Bstcourt 1903 

Wm. Hy. Armstrong Fitzpatrick Watson- Arm- ) a rmstrone 1903 

strong S ^ 

Andrew Graham Murray Dunedin, P.O., K.c.V.O. .. 1905 

Alexander John Forbes-Leith Leith of Fyvie 1905 

JJohn Atkinson Atkinson, P.C 1905 

Charles Ritchie Ritchie of Dundee 1905 

„, „ „ , f Sanderson, G.C.B. ) ,„.. 

Thos. Henry Sanderson 1 k^cmg ISO .1 

William Hood Walrond Waleran, P.c 1905 

Henry Meysey Meysey-Thompson Knaresborough 1906 

Alfred Charles Harmsworth Northcliffe 1905 

Herbert Stern ... Michelham 19.05 

Edmund Beckett Faber Faber 1905 

William Henry Grenfell Desborough, K.C.V.O 1905 

Robert Threshire Reid Loreburn, P.c, g.C.m.g. . . 1906 

Edmond Geo. Petty Fitzmaurice Fitzmaurice, P.C 1906 

Philip Jas. Stanhope Weardale 1906 

Arthur Divett Hayter Haversham, p.c 1906 

Stanhope Charles John Hemphill Hemphill 1906 

James Joicey Joicey 1906 

Charles Henry Wellesley Wilson Nunburnholme 1906 

William Henry Wills Whiterstoke 1906 

Edward Arthur Colebrooke Colebrooke, C.v.0 1906 

Leonard Henry Courtney Courtney of Penwith, P.C. 1906 

Geo. John Shaw-Lefevre Eversley, P.c 1906 

Wm. Jas. Pirrie Pirrie, K. P., P.c 1906 

John Jones Jenkins Glantawe 1906 

George Armitstead Armitstead 1906 

Wentworth Canning Blackett Beaumont Allendale, P.C 1906 

JRichard Henn Collins Collins, P.a • 1907 

James Kitson Airedale, P.C 1907 

Montagu Samuel-Montagu Swaythling 1907 

James Blyth Blyth 1907 

Alexander Peckover Peckover of Wisbech ... . 1907 

Edmund Robertson Lochee, p.c 1908 

Antony Patrick MacDonnell | MacDonnell, P.C, ) jgQg 

{ G.C.S.I., K.C.V.O. ) 

George Whiteley Marchamley, P.C 1908 

Angus Holden Holden 1908 

John Wynf ord Philipps St. Davids 1908 



The dates given are those of their creation as Peers of Ireland, but they only rank as Peers of the United 
Kingdom from the Union, 1st January, 1801. 

Anthony Francis Nugent Westmeath, P.C 1621 L. Delvin 

Ivo Francis Walter Bligh Darnley 1725 -j ^-^J^^^*"" «^ ^**^- 

Dermot Robert Wyndham Bourke- Mayo, K.P., P.C 1785 L. Naas 

Hugh Annesley Annesley 1789 V. Glerawly 

Ralph Francis Howard Wicklow 1793 L. Clonmore 

George Bingham Lucan, K.P 1795 L. Bingham 

Somerset Richard Lowry-Corry Belmore, P.O., G.C.M.G. . . 1797 V. Corry 

James Francis Bernard Bandon, k,p 1800 V. Bernard 

Francis Charles Needham Kilmorey, K.P 1822 V. Newry & Mome 


Name. Title. Creation. 

Henry William Crosbie Ward Bangor 1781 

Hy.Edwd. Montagu Dorington Clotworthy Upton Templetown 1806 


Robert St, John Fitzwalter Butler Dunboyne 1324 

Lucius Wm. O'Brien Inchiquin 1543 

John Thomas William Massy Massy 1776 

Hamilton Matthew Tilson Pitzmaurice-Deane- )\j , ,-q, 

Luke Gerald Dillon Clonbrock, K.P., P.O. . . 1790 

Charles Mark AUanson Winn Headley » 1797 

Edward Henry Churchill Crofton Crofton 1797 

Hercules Edward Rowley Langford, K.c. V.0 1800 

DayroUes Blakeney Eveleigh- de Moleyns Ventry 1800 

Henry O'Callaghan Prittie DuuriUey 1800 

Frederick Oliver Trench Ashtowii 1800 

Albert Edward Handcock Castlemaine 1812 

Geoffrey Henry Browne Oraumore and Browne . . 1836 

Ghas. Bertram Bellew Bellew 1848 

Thomas Kane McClintock-Bunbury Rathdonnell 1868 

( Curzon of Kedkston, ) 

Geo. Nathaniel Ourzon I p.c, G.c.s.L, > 1898 

( G.C.I.E. 3 

(A vacancy.) 



The dates given are those of their creation as Scotch Peers, but they only rank as Peers of Great 
Britain from the Union, 1st May, 1707. 

Title by Courtesy 
Name. Title. Creation, of Eldest Sons 


John Francis Erskine-Goodeve-Erskine Mar Before 1404 L. Garioch 

Norman Evelyn Leslie Rothes 1427 L. Leslie 

Sholto George Douglas Morton 1458 L. Aberdour 

John Francis Walter Erskine Mar & Kellie 1565 V. Fenton 

George Baillie-Arden-Hamilton Haddington, K.T 1619 L. Binning 

Frederick Henry Maitland Lauderdale 1624 V. Maitland 

Robert Harris Carnwath Dalzell Camwath 1639 L. Liberton 

David John Carnegie Northesk 1647 L. Rosehill 

Douglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton Cochrane .. Dundonald, K.C.V.O., c.B. 1669 L. Cochrane 

Byron Plantagenet Cary Falkland 1620 


Alexander William Frederick Fraser Saltoun 1445 

Charles William St. Clair Sinclair 1449 

Archibald Patrick Thomas Borthwick Borthwick 1452 

James Walter Sandilands Torphichen 1664 

Alexander Hugh Bruce | ^ K^T^^^'c ^"''^^'^^' j 1607 

Alexander Chas. Hamilton Belhaven and Stenton.. .. 1647 • 




Date of Date of 

Title. Rank. Nama coming crea- 

of age. tion. 

Bolingbroke .. Viscount Vernon Hy. St. John 1917 1712 

Carleton Baron Richd Bernard Boyle (B. of Shannon) 1918 1786 

Chesham Baron John Compton Cavendish 1915 1858 

Cougleton Baron Henry Bligh Fortescue Parnell 1911 1841 

Exmouth Viscount Edwd. Addington Hargreaves Pellew 1911 1816 

Pisherwick Baron Edwd. Arthur Donald St. George Hamilton Chiches- 
ter (M. of Donegall) 1924 1790 

Macclesfield . . Earl Geo. Loveden Wm. Hy. Parker 1909 1721 

Romilly Boron William Gaspard Guy Romilly 1920 1865 

St. Leonards .. Baron Frank Edward Sugden 1911 1852 

Vernon Baron Geo. Fras. Augustus Venables- Vernon ; 1909 1762 



Name. Title. Creation, 

Mary Frances Dawson (wife of Hon. Anthony L. Dawson) Baroness de Ros 1264 

Marcia Amelia Mary Pelham (wife of Earl of Yarborough) { l^^^Z Conyers ^!'! uH 

Mona Josephine Tempest Stapleton (daughter of 10 baron Beaumont) | ^^a^^or)^^^T!l^^. ] ^^^^ 

Violet Ida Evelyn Herbert (wife of Earl of Po wis) j ^ Kuayth ^.^.'".T. . *?! } ^^^^ 

Eva Mary Foley (wife of Oapt. Frank \Vigram Foley, D.s.o.) Baroness Berkeley . . 1421 

Emma Harriet Tyrwhitt (widow of Sir Hy. Thos. Tyrwhitt, bart.) Baroness Bemers 1465 

Ada Mary Milbanke (only child of 2'earl of Lovelace) Baroness Wentworth . . 1529 

( Baroness Clifton of " 
Elizabeth Adeline Mary Bligh (only child of 7 earl of Darnley) .. I Leighton Broms- 

(. wold (a minor) . . 

Sibell Lilian Blunt-Mackenzie (wife of maj. Edwd. Walter Blunt- | co^^tess of Cromartie 1861 

Mackenzie, R.A.) ) 

Susan Agnes Macdonald (widow of Right Hon.SirJohnMacdonald i Baroness Macdonald of ) ,gQ, 

bart. G.c.B.) (late Premier of Canada) » Earnscliffe j 

Emily Smith (widow of the Rt. Hon. William Henry Smith, M.P.) ViscountessHambleden 1891 

^Scileton) ^^^^^"^ ^"^'^^ ""^ maj.-genl. Richd. Langford j Baroness Dorchester .... 1899 

L LU . . 


as- > 








Total 670 

SPEA^KBR, The Right Honourable Jas. Wm. Lowther. 

Deputy-Speaker & Chairman of Ways & Means, Rt. Hon. Alfred Bmmott. 

Deputy-Chairman op Ways & Means, James Caldwell. 

ENGLAND & WALES (495 Members). 

ANQLE9EA, North Wales. 
Ellis Jones Griffith 
Alfred Henry Scott 
Aston Manor, Warwickshire. 
Evelyn Cecil 

Barrow-in-Furness, Lanes. 
Charles Duncan 

Donald Maclean & Geo. Peabody 

B ATT ERSE A &GhKVB. AM, Surrey. 
Rattersea Division. — Rt. Hon. 

John Burns 
Clapham Division. — Percy M. 

Percy Barlow 

The N. or Biggleswade Division.— 

Arthur Wm. Black 
ne S. or Luton Division.— Thoa. 
Gair Ashton 

Tlie N. or Abingdon Division. — 
Edwd. Anthony Strauss 

S. or Newbury Division. — 
Frederic M. C. Mackarness 

E. or Wokingham Division.— 
Ernest Gardner 

Bethnal Green. 
North East Division, — Six 
Edwin A. Cornwall, knt. 
The South West Division.— Jf^dyvd. 
Hare Pickersgill 

Birkenhead, Cheshire. 
Henry Vivian 

Birmingham, Warwicksh. The 
Edgbaston Division.— Sir Fras. 
Wm. Lowe, knt. 




The West Division.— Bt. Hon. 

Jsph. Chamberlain 
Ihe Central Division.— TSbenezer 

The Noi'th Division. — John 

Throgmorton Middlemore 
The East Division. — Sir John 

Benjn. Stone, knt. 
The Bordesley Division.— 'B.t. Hon. 

Jesse Collings 
The South Division.— Yhcoxmt 

Blackburn, Lancashire. 
Sir William Hy. Hornby, bt. & 

Philip Snowden 

Bolton, Lancashire. 
Geo. Harwood & Alfd. Hy. Gill 

Boston, Lincolnshire, 
Geo. Hy. Faber 

Bradford, Yorkshire. 
The West Division.— Fredi. Wm. 

TTie Central IHvision.— Sir Geo. 

Scott Robertson, K.C.S.l. 
The East Division.— Wm. Edwin 
Briggs Priestley 

Sidney Robinson 

Brighton, Sussex. 
Ernest Amherst Villiers & Edwd, 
Aurelian Ridsdale 

TJie West Division. — George 

Abraham Gibbs 
The North Division.— B.t, Hon. 

Augustine Birr ell, K.c. 
The East Division.— Ghas. Edwd, 

Hy. Hobhouse 
The South Division.— Sir Wm, 

Howell Davies, knt 


The North or BuckingMm Divi' 
«on.— Predk. Wm. Verney 

The Mid or Aylesbury Division. 
—Hon. Lionel Walter Roth- 

The South or Wycombe Division,— 
Thos. Arnold Herbert 

Burnlet, Lancashire, 
Frederick Maddison 

Bury, Lancashire. 
Geo. Toulmin 

Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. 
Hon. Walter E. Guinness 

Camberwell, CO, London. 
The Noith Division. — Thos. Jas. 

Macnamara, ll.d. 
The Peckham Division.— Kenrj 

Cubit Gooch 
The Dulwich Division. — Andrew 

Bonar Law 

Stanley Owen Buckmaster, K.C 

Samuel Hy. Butcher, LITT.D., 

LL.D. & John Fredk. P. Raw- 

linson, K.C 

The N. or Wisbech Division.— 

Arthur Cecil Tyrrell Beck 
The W. or Chest ei^ton Division.— 

Hon. Edwin Samuel Montagu 
The E. or Newmarket Division.— 

Chas. D. Rose 

John Henniker Heaton 



Oaudipf District (comprising 
Cardiff, Cowbridge, Llantrissant, 
Aberdare, Llandatf), Glamor- 
Hon. Ivor Churchill Quest 
Matthew L. Vaughan Davles 
Carlisle, Cumberland, 
Predk. Wm. Chance 
Carmarthen & Llanelly, 

"Wm. Llewelyn Williams 


TheE. Division. — AbelThomas,K. C. 

The W. Division. — John Lloyd 
Morgan, K.C. 

Carnarvon District icom- 
prising Carnarvon, Conway, 
Cnccieth, Pwllheli, Bangor <fc 
Nevin), Ca7-narvonshire. 

Rt. Hon. David Lloyd-George 

The S. or Eifion Division.— EWis, 

Wm. Davies 
The N.orArfon Division.— Wi\\ia.m 


Chatham, Kent. 
John Jenkias 

Chelsea, co. London. 
Emslie John Horniman 
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. 
John Bdwd. Sears 

The Wirral Division. — Wm. 

Hesketh Lever 
The Eddisbury Division. — Hon. 

Arthur Lyulph Stanley 
The Macclesfield Division. — Lt.-Ool. 

Wm. B. Brocklehurst 
The Crewe Division.— James Tom- 

The Northwich Division.— ^\,.Kovt.. 

Sir John Tomlinson Brunner, 

The Altrincham Division.— Wm. 

John Crossley 
The Hyde Division.— Gh&s.'Dnnca.n 

The Knutsford Division.— Alfred 

John King 

Alfred Moritz Mond 

Christchuhch, Hampshire. 
Arthur Acland Allen 

Colchester, Essex, 
Sir Weetman D. Pearson, bart. 

The W. or St. Ives Division. — 

Sir Clifford John Cory, bart 
The N. W. or Camborne Division 

—Albert Edwd, Dunn 
The Truro Division.— Geo. Hay 

The Mid or St. Austell Division,— 

Hon. T. C. R. Agar-Robarte.s 
The S. E. or Bodmin Division.— 

F. Freeman-Thomas 

The N", E. or Launceston Division. 
-Geo. Croydon Marks 
Gov ENTRY, Warwickshire. 
Alfred Edwd. W. Mason 

Croydon, Surrey. 
Rt. Hon. Hugh O. Arnold- Forster 

The iV. or Eskdale Division. — 

Hon. Geoffrey Howard 
The Mid or Penrith Division. — 

Rt. Hon. Jas. Wm. Lowther 
The Cockermouth Division. —Sir 

John Scurrah Randies, knt. 
The W. or Egremont Division,— 
Hugh FuUerton 

Darlington, Durham, 

Herbert Pike Pease 

Denbigh District (comprising 
Denbigh, Holt, Ruthin A: Wrex- 
ham), Denbighshire. 

Allen Clement Edwards 

The East Z>t«mo«.— Bdwd. G. 

Hemmerde, K.C 
The West Division.— Sir John 

Herbert Roberts, bart. 
Deptford, CO. London. 
Chas. Wm. Bowerman 
Sir Thomas Roe, knt. & Richard 


The High Peak Division.— Oswald 

The N.E. Division.— Wm. Edwin 

The Chesterfield Division. — Jas. 

The W. Division.— Flarl of Kerry, 

M.V.O., D.S.O. 
The Mid Division.— Sir Jas. Alfred 

Jacoby, knt. 
The Ilkeston Divisio7i.—B,t. Kon 

Sir B. Walter Foster, knt. 
The S. nivision.—Rerheit Hy 


Sir Hudson B. Kearley, bart., 

«fe Sir John Williams Benn, knt, 

The E. or Honiton Division,— Rt. 

Hon. Sir John Henry Kennaway 

bart., C.B. 
The N, E. or Tiverton Division.— 

Hon. Lionel Walrond 
The N. or S. Molton Division.— 

George Lambert 
The N. W. or Barnstaple Division. — 

Ernest Joseph Scares 
The W. or Tavistock Division,— 

Hugh C. Fownes Luttrell 
The S, or Totnes Division.— b^iancis 

Bingham Mildihay 
The Torquay Division.— Sir Fras 

Laylaud-Barratt, bart. 
The Mid or Ashburton Division.— 
Capt. E. F. Morrison-Bell 

Dewsbury, Yorkshire, 
Rt. Hon. Walter Runciman 

The Northern Division,— Krthxxx 

Walters Wills 
The Eastern Division, — Chas. 

Hy. Lyell 
The Southern Division,— T. Talbot 

Leyland Scarisbrick 
The Western Division.— Go]. Robt. 


Dover, Kent. 
Rt. Hon. George Wyndham 

Dudley Worcestershire 
Arthur Geo. Hooper 
John Waller Hills 

Durham (County). 
The Jar row Division. —Peter 

Francis Gurran 
The Houghton -le- Spring Div. — 

Robert Cameron 
The Chester-le-Street Division.— 

John Wilkinson Taylor 
The North Western Division,— 

Llewellyn Archer Atherley- 

Jones, K.C. 
The Mid Division.— John Wilson 
The South Eastern Division.— 

Hon. Fredk. Wm. Lambton 
The Bishop Auckland Division.- 

Jas. Mellor Paulton 
The Barnard Castle Division. — 

Arthur Henderson 

TheS. W. or Walthamstow Division. 

—John Allsebrook Simon, K.C. 
The S. or Romford Division.— 

Sir John Hy. Bethell, knt. 
The W. or Epping Division. — Col. 

Rt. Hon. Amelius Richd.Mark 

Lockwood, c.V.O 
TheN, or SajfronWalden Division. 

— Rt. Hon. Joseph Albert Pease 
The N. E. or Harwich Division.— 

Arthur Levy Lever 
The E. or Maldon Division.— Thos. 

Robt. Bathell 
The Mid or Chelmsford Division.— 

Capt. Ernest George Pretyman. 
The S. E. Division. — Rowland 

Edwd. Whitehead 

Sir Geo. Wm. Kekewich, K.C.B. 

Falmouth. See Penryn dc Fal- 

FinsbURY, CO. London. 
The Holborn Division. — Jas. Far- 

quharson Remnant 
The Central Division,— Wm. Chas. 

The East Division, —Joseph Allen 




FLINT DISTRICT (.Comprising 
Flint, Caergwrie, Caerwys,Ocer- 
tun, Rhyddlan, Holywell, if old 
JkSt. Asa:>h), Flintshire 

Thomas Howell Williams Idris 


Johu Herbert Lewis 

FOLHAM, CO. London, 
Timothy Davies 

Gateshead, co. Dm-ham. 
John Johnson 

The Eastern Z)i»mon —Sir Alfred 

Thomas, knt. 
The Rhondda Division. — Wm. 

The W. or Gower Division. — 

John Williams 
The Mid Division,— Sir S. T. 

Evan?, knt., K.C. 
The Southern Division.— Wi\lia.m. 


Gloucester, Gloucestershire, 
Russell Rea 

The Mid or Sti^oud Division.— 

Chas. Peter Allen 
The N. or Tewkesbury Division,— 

Hon. Michael Hugh Hicks - 

The E, or Cirencester Division.— 

Richd. Walter Essex 
The Forest of Dean Division.— 

Rt. Hon. Sir Chas. W. Dilke, bt, 
The S, or Thornbury Division,— 

Athelstan Kendall 

Grantham, Lincolnshire. 
Arthur Priestley 

Gravesbnd, Kent. 
Sir Gilbert Parker, knt., D.C.L. 

Greenwich &c. co. London. 
Richd. Stephens Jackson 

Grimsby {Great), Lincolnshire, 
Sir Geo. Doughty, knt. 

Hackney, co. London, 
The North Division,— Thos, Hart- 

The Central Division.— Sir Albert 

Spicer, bt. 
T/ie South Division. — Horatio 


Halifax, Yorkshire. 
John Hy. Whitley & Jaa. Parker 

Hammersmith, co. London. 
Sir William Bull, knt. 
Hampshire (exclusive of the Isle 

of Wight). 
The N. or Basingstoke Division, — 

Arthur Cla veil Salter, K.C. 
The W. or Andover Division. 

Gapt. Walter Vavasour Faber 
The E. or Pettrsfield Division. 

Lt.-Col. Wm. G. Nicholson 
The S. or Fai-eham Division. 

Arthur Hamilton Lee 
The New Forest Division. — Sir 

Robt.Hy. Hobart,K.c.V.O.,C.B 

Hampstead, CO, London. 
Johu Samuel Fletcher 

Hanley, Staffordshire. 
Enoch Edwards 

The Hartlepools, Durham. 
Sir Christonher Furness. knt. 

Hastings, Sussex. 

Arthur Philip du Cros 


John Stanhope Arkwright 


The iV. or Leominster Division,— 

Edmund Geo, Lamb 
The S, or Ross Division.— Ca,]^t. 
Percy A. Olive 

The N, or Hitchin Division,— 

Julius Bertram 
The E, or Hertford Division. 

Abel Hy. Smith 
The Mid or St, Albans Division 

Edwd. Hildred Carlile 
The W, or Watford Division 

Nathaniel Micklem, K.C. 


Arthur Sherwell 

Hull (Kingston upon), Yorkshire. 
The East Division. — Thomas 

Robinson Ferens 
The Central Division.— Six Henry 

Seymour King, K.O.I.E 
The West Division.— Hon. Guy 

Greville Wilson, D.S.o. 
The S. or Huntingdon Division.— 

Samuel Howard Whitbread 
The N. or Ramsey Division.— 

Alex. C. P. Boulton 

Hythe, Kent. 
Sir Edwd. Albert Sassoon, bt. 

Ipswich, Suffolk. 
Sir Daniel Ford Goddard knt. & 
Felix Thornley Cobbold 

Islington, co, London, 
The North Division. — David 

Sydney Waterlow 
The East Division,— Qeo, Heynes 

The West Division.— Ut. Hon, 

Thomas Lough 
The South Division.— Thos, Wiles 

Kensington, co, London. 
The North Division.— Henr J Yorke 

Stanger, K.C 
The South Division,— Ea.r\ Percy 

The W. or Sevenoaks Division,- 

Henry Wm. Forster 
The N, W, or Dartford Division,- 

James Rowlands 
The S. W. or Tunbridge Division.- 

Alfred Paget Hedges 
The Mid or Medway Division.- 

Col. Chas. Edwd. Warde 
The N.E.or Faversham Division.— 

Thos. Bateman Napier, LL.D 

The S, or Ashford Division, — 

Laurence Hardy 
The E, or St. Augustine's Division. 

Rt. Hon. Aretas Akers-Douglas 
The Isle of Thanet Dioision, — 

Harry Hananel Marks 
Kidderminster, Worcestershire. 
Edmund Broughton Barnard 

King's Lyvn, Norfolk. 
Lt. Carlyon Bellairs, R.N. 

Lambeth, co. London. 
The North Division. — Horatio 

The Kennington Division, — Stphn. 

2%e Brixton Division.— Joel Her- 
bert Seaverns 
The Norwood Division, — Geo. 
Frederic Stewart Bowles 
Lancashire (North). 
The North Lonsdale Division, — 

George B. Haddock 
The Lancaster Division. —Nerval 

Watson Helme 
The Blackpool Division, — Wilfrid 

Wm, Ashley 
The Chorley Division,— Lord Bal- 

Lancashire (North-East). 
The Da r wen Division. — John 

The Clitheroe Z)j»moft.— David J. 

le Accrington Division, — Sir 
Joseph Pras. Leese, bart., K.C. 
The Rossendale Division, — Rt. 
Hon. Lewis Harcourt 
Lancashire (South-east). 
The West Houghton Division. — 

Wm. Tyson Wilson 
The Heywood Division,— Edwd. 

Hopkiuson Holden 
The Middleton Division.— Wm. 

Ryland Dent Adkins 
The Radcliff-cum-Farnwo7'th Divi- 
sion.— Theodore 0. Taylor 
The Eccles Division. — Geo. 

Herbert Pollard 
The Stretford Division.— B.axrj 

The Gorton Division. — John 

The Prestwich Division. — Sir 
Frederick Cawley, bt. 
Lancashire (South- West). 
The Southport Division, — John 

Meir Astbury, K.c 
The Ormskirk Division, — Hon. 

Arthur Stanley, M.V.O. 
The Bootle Division,— Lieut.-Gol. 

Thos. Myles Sandys 
The Wfdnes Division,— Col, Wm. 

Hall Walker 
The Newton Division. — Jas. 

Andrew Seddon 
The Ince Division. — Stephen 

Tlie Leigh Division,— John Fowler 
Leece Brunner 
LEAMINGTON. See Warwick. 




The North Division. — Rowland 

Hirst Barran 
The Central Division. — Robt, 

The East Division, — JamesO'Grrarly 
The West Division. — Rt. Hon. 

Herbert John Gladstone 
The South Division. — William 


Jas. Ramsay Macdonald & Frank- 
lin Thomasson 

The E. or Melton Division. — 

Hy. de Rosenbach Walker 
The Mid or Loughboro' Division.— 

Sir Maurice Levy, knt. 
The W. or Bosworth Division. — 

Rt. Hon. Sir Chas. B. B. 

McLaren, bt., K.C. 
The S. or Harborough Division. — 

Rudolph Chambers Lehmann 

Lewisham, CO. London. 
Maj. Edwd. Feetham Ooates 

Ohas. Hy. Roberts 

The West Lindsey or Gainsborough 

Division.- Alex. Leslie Renton 
The No7'th Lindsey or Brigg Divi- 
sion.— Sir Berkeley D. G. 
Sheffield, bt. 
The East Lindsey or Louth Division. 

—Sir Robt. Wm. Perks, bart. 
The South Lindsey or Horncastlt 

Division. — Lord Willoughby de 

The North Kesteven or Sleaford 

Division.— Axaoia Lupton 
The South Kesteven or Stamford 

Division.— Juord John P. Joicey 

The Holland or Spalding Division 

— Horace Rendall Mansfield 

The Kirkdale Division. — Charles 

The Walton Division. — Fredk. 

Edwin Smith, K.C. 
The Everton Division, — John 

Sutherland Harmood-Banner 
The West Derby Division.— Wm.W. 

The Scotland Division. — Thomas 

Power O'Conaor 
The Exchange Oivision.—Rt, Hon. 

Richd. Robt. Cherry, K.C. 
The Aberc?'omby Division. —U.- 

Col John Edwd. Bernard Seely, 

The East Toxteth Division.— 

Austin Taylor 
The West Toxteth Division. - 

Robt. Paterson Houston 

London, The City of. 
Rt. Hon. Arthur Jas. Balfour & 
Sir Fredk. G. Banbury, bt. 

London University. 
Sir Philip Magnus, knt. 

LYNN. See King's Lynn. 

Maidstone, Kent. 
Viscount Castlereagh, M.V.O. 

Manchester, Lancashire. 
The North West Division.— William 

The North Division. — Sir C. E. 

Schwann, bart. 
The North East Division. — John 

Robt. Clynes 
The East Division. — Thos. Gardner 

Horridge, K.C. 
The South Division. — Arthur 

Adlington Haworth 
The South West Division. — Geo. 

Davey Kelley 

Marylebone, CO. London, 
The East Division, — Lord Robert 

Cecil, K.C. 
The West Division.— Sir Samuel E. 

Scott, bt. 

Arthur Osmond Williams 

Mbrthyr Tydvil, Glamorgan- 
David Alfred Thomas & Jas. Keir 

Middlesbrough, Yorkshire. 
Joseph Havelock Wilson 

Ttie Enfield Division. — James 

The Tottenham Division. — Percy 

The Hornsey Division. — Earl of 

The Harrow Division. — James Gibb 
The Ealing Division. — Herbert 

The Brentford Division, — Vicker- 

man Henzell Rutherford 
The Uxbjndge Division.— SivFredk. 

Dixon Dixon-Hartland, bt. 

Monmouth District {compris- 
ing Monmouth, Newport & Usk), 

Lewis Haslam 

The Northern Division. — Rt. Hon. 

Reginald McKenna 
The Western Division. — Thomas 

The Southern Division, — Col. Sir 

Ivor John Caradoc Herbert, bt., 

C.B., C.M.G. 

Montgomery District {com- 
prising Montgomery, Llanfyllin, 
Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Newtown 
tk Welshpool), Montgomeryshire. 

John David Rees, C.V.O., CLE. 

David Davies 

Morpeth, Northumherla ud, 

Rt. Hon. Thomas Bnrt 

Newcastle-ON-TYNE, North- 
Walter Hudson & Geo. Renwick 

Josiah Clement Wedgwood 

Newington, CO. London. 
The West Division.— Ga.Y>t. Cecil 

Wm. Norton 
The Walworth Division. — Chas. 

J. O'DonDcU 

The North Western Division.— 

Sir George White, knt. 
The South Western Division. — 

Richard Winfrey 
The Northern Division.— B,t. Hon. 

Sir Wm. Brampton Gurdon, 

K.C.M.G., C.B. 
The Eastern Division. — Sir Robt. 

John Price 
The Mid Division.— l^ori Wode- 

TTie Southern Division. — Arthur 

Wellesley Soames 

Herbert Woodfield Paul & John 

Greenwood Shipman, LL.D. 


The Northern Division. — Greo. 

The Eastern Division.— Six Francis 

AUston Channing, bt. 
The Mid Division. — Harry Maufield 
The Southern Division.— Thos. 

Newcomen Archibald Grove 

The Wansbtck Z)ii'wiou.— Charles 

Fen wick 
TTie Tyneside Division. — John 

Mackinnon Robertson 
The Hexham Division. — Richd. 

Durning Holt 
The Berwick-on-Tweed Division.— 

Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Grey, bt. 

Gteo. Hy. Roberts & Louis John 


The West Division.— 3 9S. Hy. 

The East Division.— &ir Henry 

J. S. Cotton, K.C.S.I. 
The South Division. — Arthur 


The Basset law Division, — Frank 

Hillyard Newnes 
The Newark Division. — John 

Ralph Starkey 
The Rushclijfe Division.— 'Rt.B.on. 

John Edward Ellis 
The Mansfield Division.— Artlxm 

Basil Markham 

Oldham, Lancashire. 
Rt. Hon, Alfred Emmott & John 
Albert Bright 



Viscount Valentia, C.B., M.v.O. 

Oxford University. 

Right Hon. John Gilbert Talbot 

& Sir William R. Anson, bt. 


The Nortlu^rn or Banhury Division. 

—Hon. Eustace E. Twistleton 

Wykeham Fiennes 

The Mid ur Woodstock Division. — 

Ernest Nathl. Bennett 
77ie Southern or Henley Division. 
Philip Morrell 

Paddington, CO. London. 
The Noi'th Division. — Leo George 

The South Division. — Sir Thos. 

Geo. Fardell, knt. 

WEST District op Boroughs 
(^comprising Fishguard, Haver- 
fordwest, Milford, Narberth, 
Pembroke, Tenby tt Wiston), 

Owen Cosby Philipps 

Walter Eras. Roch 
Penryn (& Falmouth), Corn- 
Sir John Barker, bart. 
Peterborough, Northampton- 

Granville Geo. Greenwood 

Plymouth, Devonshire. 
Thos. Wm. Dobson & Chas. 
Edwd. Mallet 

PONTEFRAOT, Yorkshire. 
Thos. Willans Nussey 

Portsmouth, Hampshire. 
Thos. Arthur Bramsdon & Sir 
John Baker, knt. 

Preston, Lancashire. 
John Thos. Macpherson & Harold 

Sir Francis Edwards, bt. 

Reading, Berkshire. 
Rufus D. Isaacs, K.C. 

Rochdale, Lancashire. 
Alex. Gordon C. Harvey 
Rochester, Kent. 
Ernest Henry Lamb, C.M.G. 

John Gretton 
St. George's, Hanover sq., 

CO. London. 
Rt. Hon. Alfred Lyttelton, K.C. 

St. Helens, Lancashire. 
Thomas Glover 

St. Pancras, CO. London. 
The North Division. — Willoughby 

Hyett Dickinson 
The East Z)fc<non.— HughCecilLea 
The West Division.— Sir William 

J. Collins, knt. 
The South Otewion.— Philip "WWt- 
well Wilson 

Salpord, Lancashire. 
The North Division. — William 

Pollard Byles 
The West Division. — Geo. Wm. 

The South Division. — Hilaire 

Joseph Peter Rene Belloc 

Salisbury, Wiltshire. 
Sir Edwd. Priaulx Tennant, bt. 

Scarborough, Yorkshire. 
Walter Russell Rea 

The Attercliffe Division. —MAer- 

man Batty Langley 
The Brightside Division. — John 

Tudor Walters 
The Central Division. — James 

Fitzalau Hope 
The Hallam Division.— 'Rt. Hon 

Charles Beilby Stuart- Wortley, 


The Ecclesall Z)i»mon.— Samuel 

Shoreditch, CO. London. 
The Hoxton Division. — Hon. 

Claude G. D. Hay 
The Haggerston Division.— Hon. 

Rupert E. 0. Guinness, c.M.G. 

Shrewsbury, Shropshire. 
Sir Clement L. Hill, K.C.B., 

Shropshire, or Salop. 

The W. or Oswestry Division. — 
Wm. Olive Bridgeman 

The N. or Newport Division. — 
Beville Stanier 

The Mid or Wellington Division. — 
Chas. Solomon Henry 

TheS. or Ludlow Division. — Row- 
land Hunt 

The Northern Division. — Wm. Hy. 

Bateman Hope 
The Wells Division. — Thos. Ball 

The Frome Division. —Sir John 

Bmmott Barlow, bt. 
The Eastern -Division.- John Wm. 

Howard Thompson 
The Southern Division. — Sir Edwd. 

Strachey, bt. 
The Bridgwater Division. — Hy. 

Greville Montgomery 
me W. or Wellington Division.— 

Rt. Hon. Sir Alex. Puller- 

Acland-Hood, bart. 

Southampton, Hampshire. 
Lt.-Col. Ivor Philipps, D.s.o. & 
Wm. Dudley Ward 

South Shields, Durham. 
Sir Wm. Snowdon Robson, knt., 

The West Division.— Ut. Hon. 

Richd. Knight Causton 
The Rot her hit he Division. — Hubert 

Wm. C. Q^r-Qomm 

The Bermondsey Division.— Geo. 
Joseph Cooper 


Sir (Theodore Fredk.) Charles 

Edward Shaw, bart. 

The Leek Division. — Robt. Pearce 
The Burton Divliion.— Ma.]. Robt. 

Freik. Ratcliff 
The Western Division. — Hy. Duncan 

The North Western Division.— 

Albert Stanley 
The Lichfield Division. — Thos. 

Courtenay T. Warner 
The Kingswinford Division. — Hy, 

Staveley Staveley-Hill 
The Handsworth Division. — Ernest 

Claude Meysey-Thompson 

Stalybridqe, Lancashire <b 

John Fredk. Oheetham 

Stockport, Cheshire. 
Sir Geo. Jas. Wardle & Sir Jas. 
Duckworth, knt. 

Stockton-on-Tbbs, Durham. 
Col. Sir Robt. Ropner, bt. 

Stoke-UPON-Trent, Stafford- 
John Ward 

Strand, co. London. 
Hon. Wm. Fredk. Danvers Smith 

77ie N. or Lowestoft Division. — 

Edward Beauchamp 
The N. E. or Eye Division.— W. 

H. M. Pearson 
The N. W. or Stowmarket Division. 

— Geo. Alex. Hardy 
TTieS. or Sudbury Division.— Wm. 

Chas. Heaton Armstrong 
The S.E.or Woodbridge Division.— 

Robt. Lacey Everett 

Sunderland, Durham. 
James Stuart & Thos.Summerbell 


The N. W. or Chert sey Division.— 

Fras. John Marnham 
TheS.W. or Guildford Division.— 

Wm. Hy. Cowan 
The S. E. or Reigate Division.— 

Harry 0. Brodie 
The Mid or Epsom Division.— Wm, 

The Kingston Division. — Geo. 

Cave, K.O. 
The N.E.or Wimbledon Division.— 

Rt. Hon. Hy. Chaplin 


The N. W. or Horsham Division.— 

Earl Winterton 
The S. W. or Chichester Division.— 

Lt.-Col. Lord Edmund B. 

Talbot, M.V.O. , D.S.O. 
The N. or East Orinstead Division^ 

^Cha^. J. Hy. Oorbett 



The Mid or Lewes Division.- ILt. 

noil. Sir H. Aubrey-Fletcher, 

bt , c.B. 
The S, or Eastbourne Division. — 

Hon. Hubert Geo. Beaumont 
The E. or Rye Division. — Geo. 

Loyd Courthope 

Swansea, Glamorganshire. 
Swansea Town. — Sir George 

Newnes, bt. 
Swansea District, — Sir David 

Brynmor Jones, knt., K.c. 

Taunton, Somersetshire. 
Sir Edward Boyle, bt., K.C. 
Tower Hamlets, co. London. 
The Whitechapel Division.— ^tMnri 

Montagu Samuel 
The St. George Division.— Wedg- 
wood Benn 
The Limehouse Division, — William 

The Mile End Division.— 'BQrtr&m 

Stuart Straus 
The Stepney Division.— Fredk. 

Leverton Harris 
The Bow Jk Bromley Division.— 

Stopford Wm. Wentworth 

Tfie Poplar Division. — Rt. Hon, 

Sydney C. Buxton 

Tynemouth&Nobth Shields, 

Herbert James Craig 

Wakefield, Yorkshire. 
Edwd. Allen Brotherton 

Walsall, Staffordshire. 
Maj. Edwd. Marten Dunne 

Wandsworth, co. London. 
Sir Henry Kimber, bt. 

Warrington, Lancashire. 
Arthur Henry Crosfield 

Warwick & Leamington, 

Thos. Hy. D. Berridge 

The N. or Tamworth Division.— 

Sir Philip AJbert Muntz, bt. 
The N. E. or NunecUon Division.— 

William Johnson 
The S. W. or Strat/ord-on-Avon 

Division.— Gapt. Malcolm Kin- 

The S. E. or Rugby Division.— 

Oorrie Grant, K.c, 

WEDNESBLTRy, Staffordshire. 
Clarandon ioldiug Hyde 

WEST Bromwich, Staffordshire. 
Alfred E. W. Hazel 

West Ham, Essex. 
The North Division.— Chas. Predk. 
Gurney Masterman 

The South Division. — William- 
James Thorne 

Westminster, co. London. 
Wm. Lehmann AshmeadBartlett- 

The N. or Appleby Division.— 

Leif child St ratten Jones 
n? S, or Kendal Division. — 

Dudley Stewart Smith, K.c. 

Whitehaven, Cumberland. 
Wm. J. Dalzell Burnyeat 

WiGAN, Lancashire. 
Sir Francis Sharp Powell, bt. 

Wight (Isle of), Hampshire. 
Godfrey Baring 

The N. or Gricklade Division.— 

John Massie 
The N. W. or Chippenham Division. 

—Sir John Poynder Dickson - 

Poynder, bt., D.S.O. 
The W. or Wesfbury Division.— 

John M. Fleetwood Fuller 
The E. or Devizes Division.- - 

Eras. Edwd. N. Rogers 
The S. or Wilton Division,— Levi 

Lapper Morse 

Winchester, Hampshire. 
Oapt. Hon. Guy V. Baring 

Windsor (New), Berkshire. 
James Francis Mason 

Wolverhampton, Staffs. 
The West Division. — Thomas 

Frederick Richards 
The East Division.— Geo. Rennie 

The South Division.— Sir Hy. 

Norman, knt. 

Woolwich, co. Londoii. 
William Orooks 

Edwd. A. Goulding 

The W. or Bewdley Division. — 

Stanley Baldwin 
The 3. or Evesham Division. -Col. 

Charles Wigram Long 
The Mid or D?mtwich Division.— 

Cecil B. Harmsworth 
The Northern Division.— J ohnWm. 

The Eastern Division. — Rt. Hon. 

J. Austen Chamberlain 

Yarmouth (Great), Norfolk dc 

Arthur Pell 

York, Yorkshire. 
Hamar Greenwood & George 
Denison Faber, C.I3. 

Yorkshire {North Riding). 

The Thirsk <k Malton Division.— 

Viscount Helmsley 
The Richmond Division. — Francis 

Dyke Acland 
The Cleveland Division.— 'Rt. Hon. 

Herbert Louis Samuel 
The Whitby Division.— Hon. Wm. 

Gervase Beckett 

Yorkshire (East Riding). 
The Holderness Division.— Arthur 

Stanley Wilson 
The Buckrose Division.— Sir Luke 

White, knt. 
The Hoicdenshire Division. — Hy. 

Broadley Harrison-Broadley 

Yorkshire ( West Riding), 
Northern part. 

The Skipton Division. — Wm. 

The Keighley Division. — John 

The Shipley Division. — Percy 

Holden lUingworth 
The Sowerby Division. — John 

Sharp Higham 
The Elland Division. — Chas. 

Philips Trevelyan 

Yorkshire ( West Riding), 

Southern part. 

The Morley Division. — Alfred 

Eddison Hutton 
The Normanton Division.— Yiedk. 

The Oolne Valley Division.— Albert 

Victor Grayson 
The Holmflrth Division.— Kenry 

Joseph Wilson 
The Barnsley Divisin. — Joseph 

2%e Hallamshire Division, — John 

The Rotherham Division. — Sir Wm. 

Hy. Holland, bart. 
The Doncaster Division. — Chas. 

Norris Nicholson 

Yorkshire ( West Riding), 

Eastern part. 

The Ripon Division. — Henry 

Finnis Blosse Lynch 
The Otley Division. — James 

Hastings Duncan 
I'he Barkston Ash Division. — G^o. 

Richard Lane-Pox 
The Osgoldcross Division — Sir 

J. Oompton-Rickett, knt. 
The Pudsey Division,— John James 

The Spen Valley Division. — Rt. 

Hon. Sir Thos. Palmer Whit- 
taker, knt. 



Aberdeen Ciir. 
The North Division, — Duncan 

Vernon Pirie. 
The South Division.— Oreo. Birnie 


TTie East Division.— Jamea Murray 
The West Division.— John Mac 

donald Henderson 
Andrew's (St.), S>ee St. Andrew's 
(ke, Arbroath, See Montrose. 
John Stirling Ainsworth 
Ayr, Irvine, Cambellton' 
INVERARY & Oban District 
OF Burghs. 
George YouDger 

The North Division. — Hon. Thos. 

H. A. E. Cochrane 
The South Division.— Wm. Phip- 
son Beale, K.c. 

Capt. Walter Waring 

Harold John Tennant 
Norman Lamont 

Robt. Leicester Harmsworth 



Rt. Hon. Eugene Wason 

Grail &c. See St. Andrew's. 

CROMAR lY. See Ross Js 



James Dundas White, ll.d. 

Dumfries District op 
Burghs, comprising Dumfries, 
Annan, Kirkcudbi-ight, Loch- 
maben <fc Sanquhar. 

John William Gulland 

Percy Alport Molteno 

Dundee City, Forfarshire. 

Alexander Wilkie & Rt. Hon. 

Winston L. Spencer Churchill 

DYSART. See Kirkcaldy dec. 

Edinbdrgh, City. 

The East Division. — Sir Geo. 

McCrae, knt. 
The West Division. — Sir Lewis 

Mclver, bt. 
The Cent7'al Division. — Chas. 

Edward Price 
The South Division. — Arthur 
Dewar, K.C. 

Edinburgh, County op 
Lord Dalmeny 
Edinburgh & St. Andrews 

Sir John 1 atty Tuke, knt., m.d. 

SCOTLAND (73 Members) 

Elgin Districts of Burghs, 
comprising Elgin, Banff, Cullen 
Inverary, Kintore tt Pet /head. 
John Ebenezer Sutherland 
Elginshire & Nairnshire. 
Archibald Williamson 

Falkirk District op Burghs 
comprising Falkirk, Airdiie, 
Hamilton, Lanark tk Linlithgoic. 

John A. M. Macdouald 

T?ie Eastern Division. — Rt. Hon 

Herbert H. Asquith, K.C. 
The Western Division. — John 

Deans Hope 


Rt. Hon. John Sinclair 

Galashiels. See Hawick <i:c. 

Glasgow City. 

The Bridgeton Division. — James 

William Cleland 
The Camlachie Division. —Alex. 

St. Rollox Division.— T. M. Wood 
The Central Division.— Sir Andreyv 

Mitchell Torrance, knt. 
The College Division. — Henry 

Anderson Watt 
TTie Tradeston Division.— kxchi- 

bald Cameron Corbett 
The Blackfi-iars it Hutchesontown 

Division.— Q. N. Barnes 

Glasgow & Aberdeen Uni- 
Sir Henry Craik, K.C.B. 

Greenock, Renfrewshire. 
Halley Stewart 


(East Lothian). 

Rt. Hon. Richd. Burdon Haldane, 


Hawick, Galashiels & Sel- 
kirk District op Burghs. 

Rt. Hon. Thomas Shaw, K.C. 
Inverness. See Fo?'tJose <!cc. 

Inverness, Fortrose, Nairn 

& ForresDistkict op Burghs. 

John Annan Bryce 


Sir John Alex. Dewar, bt. 

Kilmarnock, Dumbarton, 
Renfrew, Rutherglen & 
Port Glasgow District 
op Burghs. 

Adam Rolland Rainy 


Capt. Hon. A. C. Murray 

HORN & Burntisland Dis- 
trict OP Burghs. 

Sir Jas. Hy. Dalziel, knt. 
Kirkcudbright, Stewartry. 

Maj. Gilbert McMicking, C.M.Q. 

The Govan Division. — Robt. 

The Partick Division. — Robt. 

TTie North Western Division.— 

Wm. Mitchell- Thomson 
The Noi-th Eastern Division.— 

Alex. Findlay 
The Mid Division.— 3. Caldwell 
The Southern Division. — Walter 


BELLo District of Burghs. 
R. C. Munro Ferguson 

Alexander Ure, k.c. 
Montrose, Arbroath, Bre- 
chin, Forfar & Bervie Dis- 
trict OF Burghs. 
Robt. Vernon Harcourt 
(JRKNEY &, Shetland Isles. 
John Cathcart Wason 

Paisley, Renfrewshire. 
John Mills McCallum 

Peebles and Selkirk 
(Counties of). 
Hon. A. W. C. O. Murray 
Perth, Perthshire. 
Sir Robt. PuUar, knt. 

The Eastern Division.— Ut. Hon. 

Thos. Rybum Buchanan 
The Western Division. — David 
Renfrew. See Kilmarnock. 

The Eastern Division. — Robt. 

The Western Division.— Sir ThoSb 
Glen Glen-Coats, bt. 
Ross & Cromarty 
(Counties op). 
Jas. Galloway Weir 

Sir John Jardine, K.C.I. E.. 
St. Andrew's, anstruther 


District of Burghs. 
Maj. W. Anstruther-Gray 
Selkirkshire. See Peeblesshire 

Jk Selkirkshire. 
Stirling, Culross, Dunferm- 

South Queensperry. 
Arthur W. H. Ponsouby 
Donald M. Smeaton, C.S.l. 
Alpheus Cleophas Morton 
Wick, Cromarty, Dingwall, 

Kirkwall, Dornoch & Taik 

District op Burghs. 
Sir Arthur Bignold, knt 


Capt. Viscount Dalrymple 



IRELAND (103 Members) 

Tne places marked C. are in the Province of Connaught ; those marked L. in the Province 
of Leinster; M. in the Province of Munster ; U. in the Province of Ulster. 

Antrim County, U. 
Sorth Antrim. — Robt. Graham 

Hid Antrim.— H.on.B.obt.Torrens 

East Ant7nm.'~Col. Jas. Martin 

South Antrim.— Ghas. C. Craig 

Armagh County, U. 
North Armagh. — Wm.Moore,K.C. 
Mid Armagh.— John B. Lonsdale 
South Armagh. — Wm. McKillop 

Belfast, County of Antrim. U. 
TheEast Belfast Division.— Gcxxst&v 

Wilhelm Wolff 
The South Belfast Division. — Thos. 

Henry Sloan 
The West Belfast Division. - 

Joseph Devlin 
The North Belfast Division..— 

Geo. Smith Clark 

Carlow County, L. 
Walter M. Kavanagh 

Cavan County, U. 
West Cavan. — Vincent Paul 

East Ca»aw.— Samuel Young 

Clare County, M. 
East C7a?-e.— Wm.H.K. Redmond 
West Clare.— James Halpin 

Cork City, Countij of Cork, M. 
Wm. O'Brien & Augustine Roche 

Cork County. 
NorthCork. —Jas. Christphr. Flyun 
North-East Co?'k.—Wm. Abraham 
Mid Co;-^-.— Daniel D. Sheehan 
East Cork.— Gaiit. A. J.C.Donelan 
West Cork.— Jas. Gilhooly 
South Co?**.— Edward Barry 
South-East Cork.— Eugene Crean 

Donegal County, U. 
North Donegal. — P. O'Doherty 
West Donegal.— Hugh A, Law 
East Donegal.— Ohas. McVeigh 
South Donegal.— J. G. S. MacNeill, 


DOWN County, U. 
North Down. — Thos. Larimer 

East Z)oww.— Oapt. Jas. Craig 
West Down, — Wm. John Mac- 

Geagh McCaw 
South Down. — Jeremiah Mac- 


Dublin City, L. 
The College Green Division. — 

Joseph Patrick Nannetti 
The Dublin Harbour Division.— 

Timothy Chas. Harrington 
The St. Stephen's Green Division.— 

Laurence Ambrose Waldron 

The St. Patrick's Division.— ^m. 
Dublin County, L. 
North Dublin. — John Jsph. Clancy 
South Dublin.— nt. Hon, Walter 
Hume Long 
Dublin University, L. 
Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Carson, knt., 
K.C, & Rt. Hon. Jas. Hy. 
Mussen Campbell, K.C. 
Fermanagh County, U. 
North Fermtnagh. — Godfrey 

Petherstonehaugh, K.c. 
South Fermanagh. — Jeremiah 

Galway City, C. 
Stephen L. Gwynn 

Galway County, G. 
Connemara. — Wm. O'Malley 
North Galway. — Richd. Hazleton 
East Galway.— John Roche 
South Galway.— Wm. John Duffy 

KERRY County, M. 
North Ker 7'y.— Michael J. Flavin 
West Ken-y.-Thos. O'Donnell 
South Kerry. — John Pius Boland 
East Kerry. — John Murphy 

KiLDARE County, L. 
North Kildare. —John O'Connor 
South Kildare. — Denis Kilbride 

Kilkenny City, L. 
Patrick O'Brien 

Kilkenny County, L. 
North Kilkenny. — Michael 

Meagher, Jun. 
South Kilkenny. — Nicholas J 

King's County, L. 
Birr— Michael Reddy 
Tullamore. — Edmund Haviland 

Leitrim County, C. 
North Leitrim.— Francis Edward 

South Leit7i,m.—ThomasF. Smyth 

Limerick City, County of Lime- 
rick, M. 
Michael Joyce 

Limerick County, M. 
West Limerick. — Patrick J. 

East Limei-ick. — Wm. Lundon 
Londonderry City, U. 
Marquis of Hamilton 

Londonderry County. U. 
North Derry.—Kngh ThomBarrie 
South Derry.— John Gordon, K.C, 

Longford County, L. 
North Longford.— Jas. P. Farrell 
South Longford.— John Phillips 

Louth Codnty, L. 
North Louth.— Timothy M. Healy, 

South Louth. — Joseph Nolan 

Mayo County, C. 
North Mayo.— Conor O'Kelly 
West Mayo. — Robt. Ambrose, 

B.A., L.R.C.S.I. 

East Mayo. — John Dillon 
South Mayo. —John O'Donnell 

Meath County, L. 
North Meath.— Vatrick White 
South Meath. —David Sheehy 

MoNAGHAN County, U. 
North Monaghan. — James C. R. 

South Monaghan. — J. McKean 

Newry, County of Down, U. 
John Joseph Mooney 

Queen's County, L. 
Ossory. — Wm. Delany 
Leix. — Patrick A. Meehan 

Roscommon County, c. 
North Roscommon. — Jame- 

South Roscommon. — John Patricli 


Sligo County, C. 
North Sligo. — Patrick Aloysius 

South Sligo.— John O'Dowd 

North Tipperary. — Michael Hogan 
Mid Tipperary.— Kendal Edmund 

South Tipperary.— John CuUinan 
East Tipperary. —Thomas Joseph 


TYRONE County, U. 
North 7V/-on<?.— Redmond Barry, 

Mid Tyrone. — GJeo. Murnaghan 
East Tyrone. — Thos. Michael 

South Tyrone. — Rt. Hon. Thos. 

W. Russell 

Watehpord City, M. 
John Bdwd. Redmond 

Waterford County, M. 

West Waterfo?d.— Jas. J. O'Shee 

East yVate/ford.— Patrick J osei>h 


Westmeath County, L. 

North Westmeath. — Laurence 

Soiuh Westmeath. — Sir Walter 
Richd. Nugent, bt. 
Wexford County, L. 
North Wexford. — Sir Thomas 

Henry Grattau Esmonde, bt. 
South Wexford.— Feter Ffrench 

Wicklow County, L. 
West Wicklow.— Jas. O'Connor 
East Wicklow. — John Muldoon 



Albemarle, 13 Albemarle st. W. 
Army & Navy, 36 to 39 Pall mall, S.W 
Arthur's, 69 and 70 St. James' st. S.W. 
Arts, 40 Dover st. W. 
Athenaeum, 107 Pall mall, S.W. 
Authors', 4 Whitehall court, S.W. 
Auxiliary Forces, 2 Whitehall court, S.W. 
Bachelors', 7 and 8 Hamilton pi. Picca- 
dilly, W. 
Badminton, 100 Piccadilly, W. 
Baldwin, 7da, Pall mall, S.W. 
Bath, 34 Dover st.W. and Berkeley st.W. 
Boodle's, 28 St. James' st. S.W. 
Brooks's, St. James' st. S.W. 
Burlington Fine Arts, 17 Savile row, W. 
Caledonian, 30 Charles st. St. James', S.W. 
Carlton, 94 Pall mall, S.W. 
Cavalry, 127 Piccadilly, W. 
City Carlton, 24 to 27 St. Swithin's la. E.C. 
City Liberal, Walbrook, E.C. 
City of London, 19 Old Broad st. E.C. 
Conservative, 74 St. James' st. S.W. 
Constitutional, Northumberland avenue, 

Devonshire, 50 St. James' st. S.W. 
Bast India United Service, 16 St. James' 
sq. S.W. 

Empress (ladies'), 35 Dover st. W. 

G-arrick, 13 and 15 Garrick st. W.C. 

Golfers', 2a, Whitehall court, S.W. 

Grosvenor, 68a, Piccadilly, W. 

Guards', 70 Pall mall, S.W. 

Imperial Colonial, 84 Piccadilly, W 

Isthmian, 105 Piccadilly, W. 

Junior Athenaeum, 116 Piccadilly, W. 

Junior Carlton, 30 to 35 Pall mall, S.W. 

Junior Conservative, 43 and 44 Albe- 
marle St. W. 

Junior Constitutional, 101 to 104 Picca- 
dilly, W. 

Junior Naval and Military, 96 and 97 
Piccadilly, W. 

Junior United Service, 11 and 12 Charle? 
St. St. James', S.W. 

Marlborough, 62 Pall mall, S.W. 

National, 1 Whitehall gardens, S. W. 

National Liberal, Whitehall pi. S.W. 

Naval and Military, 94 Piccadilly, W. 

New, 4 Grafton st. New Bond st. W. 

New Oxford and Cambridge, 68 Pall 
mall, S.W. 

New University, 57 and 58 St. James' st. 

Northumberland and Northern Counties, 
2 Savile row, W. 

Oriental, 18 Hanover sq. W. 

Orleans, 29 King st., St. James', S.W. 

Oxford and Cambridge, 71 to 76 Pall 
mall, S.W. 

Portland, 9 St. James' sq. S.W. 

Pratt's, 14 Park pi. St. James', S.W. 

Primrose, 4 and 5 Park pi. St. James',S.W. 

Raleigh, 16 Regent st. S.W. 

Reform, 104 Pall mall, S.W. 

Royal Automobile, 119 Piccadilly, W. 

Royal London Yacht, 26 King street, 
St. James' S.W. 

Royal Societies, 63 St. James' st. S.W. 

Royal Thames Yacht, 7 Albemarle st. W 

St. James', 106 Piccadilly, W. 

St. Stephen's, 1 Bridge st. S.W. and Vic- 
toria Embankment, Westminster, S.W. 

Savage, 6 and 7 Adelphi terr. W.C. 

Savile, 107 Piccadilly.' W. 

Sports, 8 St. James' sq. S.W. 

Thatched House, 86 St. James' st. S.W. 

Travellers', 106 Pall mall, S.W. 

Turf, 47 Clarges st. W. 

Union, Trafalgar sq. S.W. 

United Arts, 10 St. James' street, S.W. 

United Empire, 117 Piccadilly, W. 

United Service, 116 & 117 Pali mall, S.W. 

United Sports, 4 Whitehall court, S.W. 

United University, Pall mall east, S.W. 

Wellington, 1 Grosvenor pi. S.W. 

Welsh, 4 Whitehall court, S.W. 

White's, 37 and 38 St. James' st. S.W. 

Whitehall, 5 Horse G-uards avenue, 
Whitehall, S.W. 

Windham, 13 St. James' sq. S.W. 


CaledonianUnitedService,4Shandwick pi. I Scottish Liberal, 109 & 110 Princes st. 
New, 85 Princes street. Northern, 91 George street. 

Scottish Conservative, 112, 113 & 114 University, 127 Princes street. 
Princes street. 

Catholic, O'Connell street. 

Dublin University, 17 Stephen's green. 

Hibernian United Service, 8 Stephen's 

green north. 
Junior University, 46 Kildare street 


Kildare Street club. 

Leinster, 29 Clare street. 

Sackville Street club. 

Stephen's Green, 9 Stephen's green north 





His Majesty's representative— jBww. Ex,, Min. Plen. ^ Consul- General, 
Lt.-Col. Sir John L. Harrington, K.o.r.o., c.b. (Adis Ababa). 
AMERICA, UNITED STATES OF. Ambassador Ex. cf- Flen., His Ex. Hon. 
Whitelaw Reid, Dorchester House, Park lane, W. and Wrest Park, Ampthill, 
Secretary, John Ridgely Carter. 
Second Secretary, Craig W. Wadsworth. 
Third Secretary, Seth Low Pierrepont. 
Secretary to the Ambassador, Sheldon Whitehouse. 
Military Attache, Capt. Sydney A. Cloman, U.S.A. 
Naval Attache, Commdr. John H. G-ibbons, U.S.N. 
Despatch Agent, R. Newton Crane, 4, Trafalgar square, W.C. 
Deputy Despatch Agent, C. J. Petherick, 4, Trafalgar square, W.C. 
Office of Embassy, 123, Victoria street, Westminster, S.W. (hours 11 to 3). 
Consul- General, Hon. Robert J. Wynne, 12, St. Helen's place, Bishopsgate 

street, E.G. 
Vice Consul- General, Richard Westacott. 
Deputy Consul-General, Fras. W. Frigout. 

His Majesty's representative — Ambassador Ex. & Plen., His Ex. 
Rt. Hon. James Bryce, P.O., O.M. {Washington) ; Councillor of 
Embassy, A. Mitchell-Innes. 
A-EGENTINE REPUBLIC. Envoy Ex. cf Min. Plen., Don Florencio L. Dominguez, 
2, Palace gate, W. 
First Secretary, Don Yicente J. Dominguez, 
Second Secretary, Don Luis H. Dominguez. 
Attache, Don Carlos M. Dominguez. 
Naval Attache, Capt. V. E. Montes. 

Consul- General, Dr. Sergio G-arcia Uriburu, 3, Budge row. Cannon street, E.C. 
His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Walter 
Beaupr^ Townley.* {Buenos Ayres). 

AUSTRO-HUNGARY. Ambassador Ex. ^ Plen., His Ex. Count Albert Mensdorff- 
Pouilly-Dietrichstein, 18, Belgrave square, S.W. 
Councillor and First Secretary, Count Louis Szech^nyi. 
Secretaries, Baron Erich Zwiedinek & H.s.H. Prince Emil zu Fiirstenberg. 
Attaches, Constantine de Masirevich, H.s.H. Prince Rudolph Esterhazy and 

Count Elemer Pejacsevich. 
Military Attache, H.S.H. Prince Frederick Liechtenstein. 
Naval Attache, Capt. Napoleon Louis de Wawel. 
Secretary of Chancery, Chas. PoUak, 18, Belgrave square, S.W. 
Consulate- General in London— Office. 22 and 23, Laurence Pountney lane, E.C. 
Consul- General, Ernst Maurig, Ritter von Sarnfeld. 

Hon. Consul-General, Baron Alfred de Rothschild, c.v.o., 1, Seamore place, W. 
His Majesty's representative— Amb. Ex. & Plen., His Ex. Rt. Hon. 
Sir Fairfax Leighton Cartwright, P.c, k.c.m.g., C.v.o. {Vienna) ; 
Councillor of Embassy, Esme Wm. Howard, c.v.o., c.m.g. 
BADEN :— ' ' 

His Majesty's representative— ;5ee ^' Hesse.'' 

His Majesty's representative— Minister Resident (vacant) {Munich ^ 
* Walter Beaupr6 To^vnley is also accredited as Minister to the Republic of Paraguay. 


BELGIUM. Envoy Ex. ^ Min. Plen., Count Charles de Lalaing, 16, West Halkin 
street, S.W. 
Councillor, Mons. Melot. 

First Secretary, Count Humbert de Laubespin. 
Second Secretary, Count C. de Liderkerke. 
Consul- General, Francois H. Lenders, 29, Gt. St. Helen's, E.G. 

His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Sir Arthur 
Henry Hardinge, K.C.B., K.c.M.G. (Brussels) ; Sec. of 
Legation, Earl Granville, m.v.o. 
BOLIVIA, REPUBLIC OF. Charge <f Affaires {ad interim)^ Col. Don Pedro 
Suarez, 74, Compayne gardens, N.W. 
Consul- General, Col. Don Pedro Suarez, 12, Fenchurch street, E.C. 
His Majesty's representative — See " Peru." 
BRAZIL, REPUBLIC OF. Env. Ex. # Min. Plen., Francisco Regis de Oliveira, 
11, Southwell gardens, S.W. 
First Secretary, R. de Lima e Silva. 
Second Secretaries, A. Rocas and Rodrigues Alves. 
Attache, Frederico C. B. Clark. 
Naval Attache, Capt. Y. Pereira Leite. 
Military Attache, Col. de Souza-Botafogo. 
Legation Office, 11, Southwell gardens, S.W. 

Consul- General, Francisco Alves Yieira, Coventry House, South Place, E.C. 
Vice- Consul, Chevalier Luiz Augusto da Costa. 

His Majesty's representative— Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Sir Wm. 
Henry Doveton Haggard, k.c.m.g., c.b. {Rio de Janeiro) ; 
Sec. of Legation, Milne Cheetham. 
BULGARIA. Minister, M. D. Mintchovitch, 51, Queen's gate, S.W. 
First Secretary, P. H. Micheif. 
Second Secretary, D. Batchvaroff. 

His Majesty' representatiTe— Agent & Consul-General (vacant) {Sofia). 
CHILE, REPUBLIC OF. Env. Ex. # Min. Plen., Don Domingo Gana, 
29, Queen's Gate terrace, S.W. 
First Secretary, Don Victor Eastman. 
Second Secretary, Don Felipe Aninat. 
Attache, Don Julio F. A. Bittencourt. 
Legation Office, 29, Queen's Gate terrace, S.W. 
Consul, Vicente Echeverria, 4, Lloyd avenue, Fenchurch st. E.C. 

His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Miin. Plen., Henry 
George 0. Bax-Ironside {Santiago) ; Sec. of Legation, 
Ernest A. Rennie, M.v.o. 
CHINA. Env. Ex. ^ Min. Plen., Li Chin-Fong, 49, Portland place, W. 
Secretary to Legation, Ivan Chen. 
Secretary, Kehtsuen Wang. 

His Majesty's representative— Env Ex. & Min. Plen., Sir John 
Newell Jordan, K.C.M.G. {Pekin) ; Councillor of Legation, 
Stephen Leech. 

His Majesty's representative — Minister Resident for Saxony and 
Saxe Coburg and Coburg and Charg^ d'Affaires for Waldeck 
and Pyrmont, Mansfeldt de Cardonnel Findlay, C.B., o.M.G. 
COLOMBIA, REPUBLIC OF. Env. Ex. ^ Min. Plen., Ignacio Gutierrez- 
Ponce, 42, Holland road, Kensington, W. 
Secretary to Legislation, Pablo Lorenzana. 
Consul-General, Francisco Becerra, 39 to 41, New Broad street, E.C. 

His Majesty's representative — Minister Resident & Consul- 
General, Francis Wm. Stronge {Booota). 

Consul-General, Jules Houdret, 130, London wall, E.C. 
Consul, J, T. Grein, 21, Mincing lane, E.C. 

(The Japanese Embassy now conducts all diplomatic affairs for this country. — 
• See ^^ Japan".) 



Consul- General, Don Wenceslas de la G-uardia, 58, Lombard street, E.G. 
His Maje-^ty's representative — See "Panama (Republic of)." 
Envoy Ex. ^ Min. Plen., Senor Rafael Montoro. 
First Secretary, Gabriel de Zendegui. 
Attache, Senor Antonio F. Saavedra. 
Chancellor, A. de Almagro. 
Legation, 76, Victoria street, S.W. 
(7o«SM?, Mariano Rocaf ort, 40, Trinity square, E.G. 

His Majesty's representative — Minister Resident and Gonsul- 
General, Arthur 0. Grant-Duff {Havana). 

DENMARK. Envoy Ex, ^ Min. Plen., Constantine Brun. 

Secretary, M. H. Zahle, Braemar House, Cornwall gardens, S.W. 
AttacM, Count Julius Wedell, 19 Wilton street, S.W. 
Chancery open 11 to 1, 3 Montpelier square, S.W. 
Consul' General, John Valdemar Faber, 8, Byward street, Great Tower street, B.C. 
Vice- Consul, K. M. Sorensen. 

His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Hon. Sir 
Alan Johnstone, G.C.v.o. {Copenhagen): Secretary of Lega- 
tion, John C. Vaughan, M.v.o. 


His Majesty's representative — See " Hayti." 
ECUADOR, REPUBLIC OF. Envoy Ex. # 3Jin. Plen., Gen. Emilio M. Teran, 
26, Talbot square, Hyde Park, W. 
First Secretary, Miguel A. Albornoz. 
Military Attache, Capt. P. A. Sanchez. 

Consul- General <^ Charge d' Affaires, Don Celso Nevares, 120, Bishopsgate street 
within, B.C. 

His Majesty's representative — See " Peru," 

His Majesty's representative — Agent & Consul-General, Sir Eldon 
Gorst, K.c.B. (Cairo) ; Councillor, Ronald William Graham. 
ETHIOPIA— >See " Abyssinia.'' 

FRANCE, REPUBLIC OF. Ambassador, His Ex. Paul Cambon, G.C.v.o. (hon.), 
Albert Gate House, S.W. 
Coimcillor, Emile Daeschner. 
First Secretary, Comte H. de Manneville. 
Second Secretaries, A. de Fleuriau & Marquis de la Begassiere. 
Third Secretary, Count Elie de Lastours. 

Attaches, Comte de Montholon, Charles Berard & Comte Ren6 de St. Quentin. 
Secretaire Archiviste, J. Knecht. 
Naval Attache, Capt. Baron Mercier de Lostende. 
Attache Militaire. Lt.-Col. V. J. M. Huguet, M.v.o. (hon.). 
Commercial Attache, Jean Perier. 
Consul-Gen., Pierre Jeane Baptiste E. Auz^py. 
Consul- Suppliant, Elie Joseph Pierre Alicot. 
Vice-Consul, A, Doyen (charge de la Chancellerie). 
Office, 4, Christopher street, Finsbury, E.G. (open 11 to 4, Sat. 11 to 1). 
His Majesty's representative— Amb. Ex. & Plen., His Ex. the 

Rt. Hon. Sir Francis L.Bertie, p.c, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.v.o. 

{Paris) ; Councillor of Embassy, Hon. Lancelot D. Carnegie, 


GERMANY. Ambassador, His Ex. Count Paul Wolff Mettemich, 9 Carlton 
House terrace, S.W. 
Councillor of Embassy ^ First Secretary, Wilhelm von Stumm, c.v.O. (hon.). 
Second Secretary, H.s.H. Prince William Stolberg-Wernigerode. 
Third Secretary, Herr von Bethmann-Hollweg. 
Attache, Herr von Goldschmidt-Rothachild. 
Military Attache, Maj. Roland Ostertag, M.v.o. (hon.). 


Naval Attache, Commdr. Carl W. Widenmann, M.v.o. (hon.). 

Director of Chancery, Hofrath C. Lentze. 

Chanceliers, Hofrath F. R. Mobius, Herr H. Meinck, Herr F. Carow, M.v.o. (hon.) 

& Herr H.Dorner. 
Physician, Sir Hermann Weber, M.D. 

Consul-General, Hermann Johannes, 49, Finsbury square, B.C. 
Consul, G-ustav Humbert. 
Consulate Office, 49, Finsbury square, E.C. 

His Majesty's representative— Amb. Ex. & Plen., His Ex. the 

Rt. Hon. Sir W. Edward G-oschen, P.O., G.C.v.o., K.c.M.G. 

{Berlin) ; Councillor of Embassy, Count de Salis. 

GREECE. En. Ex. ^ Min. Plen., Athos Romanos, 18, Grosrenor gardens, S.W. 
First Secretary, Lysimaque Caftanzoglu, M.v.o. (hon.), ll.d. 
Consul- Gejiernl, John J. Stavridi, 40 Old Broad street, E.C. 
Secretary, I. M. loannides (hours 12 to 4, Sat. 12 to 1). 

His Majesty's representatives— Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Sir Francis 
Edmund Hugh Elliot, G.C.v.o., K.c.M.G. (^Athens); Secretary 
of Legation, Chas. Alban Young M.v.o. 

Charge d' Affaires, Seiior Dr. Don F. de Arce, 31, Westminster Palace gardens, S.W. 
Consul-General, Senor Dr. Don F. de Arce, 31, Westminster Palace gardens, S.W. 
Secretary <^ Acting Consul, David Bowman (hours 2 to 6). 

His Majesty's representative — Minister Resident & Consul-Gea- 
eral, Lionel Edwd. G. Carden {Guatemala). 
Minister, Docteur Seneque Viard. Artillery mansions, 75, Victoria street, S.W. 
Secretary oj Legation, Felix Viard, 75, Victoria street, S.W. 
Consul, Maurice Erdmann, 32, Fenchurch street, E.C. 

His Majesty's representative — Consul-General (& for Dominican 
Republic), Alex. Penrose Murray {Port-au-Prince), 

His Majesty's representative — Charge d'AflEaires, Frederick D. 
Harford, c.v.o. {Darmstadt), 

Consul-General, Mark Jamestown Kelly, 7 & 8, Idol lane, E.C. 
His Majesty's representative — See '' Guatemala.^' 
ITALY. Ambassador, His Ex. Marquis Antonino di San Giuliano, 20, Grosvenor 
square, W. 
Councillor, Count de Bosdari. 
First Secretary, Alberto Martin Franklin. 
Second Secretary, Luigi Vannutelli. 
Attache, Count Lodovico Nani-Mocenigo. 
Military Attache, Maj. Ugo Bagnani, 
Naval Attache, Commdr. Resio. 
Chancellor, Ugo Catani. 

Consul-General, Commendatore Lazzaro Alltini. 
Vice-Consul, Cavaliere Ufficiale Pietro Francesio Righetti. 
Consulate Office, 44, Finsbury square, E.C. 

His Majesty's representative — Amb. Ex. & Plen., His Ex. 
theRt. Hon. Sir James Rennell Rodd, p.c, G.C.v.o., g.c.m.g., 
C.B. {Rome) ; Secretary of Embassy, P. C. H. Wyndham. 
JAPAN. Ambassador, His Ex. Takaaki Kato, 4, Grosvenor gardens, S.W. 
Councillor, Enjiro Yamaza. 

First Secretary, Count Hirokichi Mutsu, C.v.o. (hon.). 
Second Secretary, Jujiro Sakata. 
Third Secretary, Tsuneo Matsudaira. 
Military Attache, Lieut. Col. 0. Higashi. 
Naval Attache, Capt. Sojiro Tochinai, C.v.o. (hon.). 

« The British Minister Resident at Guatemala Is also accredited to the Republics of 
Honduras, Nicaragua & Salvador, 


Attache, Yojiro Shibata, 

Chancellors, Tayosaburo Fujita & Shunzaburo Komura. 

Consul- General, Jujiro Sakata, 1, Broad Street place, E.G. & 72, Kensington 

Park road. 
Chancellor, Yoshito Komma. 

His Majesty's representative — Amb. Ex. & Plen., Col. His Ex. 
the Rt. Hon. Sir Claude Maxwell MacDonald, P.O., G.C.M.G., 
G.O.V.O., K.c.B. (Tokio) ; Councillor of Embassy, Hy. 
Crofton Lowther. 

KOREA— *^ee " Corea." 

LIBERIA, REPUBLIC OF. Acting Charge cT Affaires, Henry Hayman, 3, Cole- 
man street, E.C. 

Acting Secretary of Legation, H. L. Hayman. 

Consul- General, Henry Hayman, 3, Coleman street, E.C. 

Consul, Sigismund Sinauer de Stein. 

LUXEMBURG-. Consul- General, H. S. J. Maas, K.N.L., Finsbury Circus liouse, 
Blomfield street, E.C. 

His Majesty's representative — See ^^ Netherlands.^'' 

MEXICO, UNITED STATES OF. Env. Ex. (f Mln. Plen., Miguel Covarrubias, 
87 Cromwell road, S.W. 
First Secretary, Balbino Davalos. 
Second Secretary, Luis S. Carmona. 
Attache, Benjamin Barrios. 
Consul, Adolfo Biille, Broad Street house, New Broad street, E.C. (hours 

10 to 4, Sat. 10 to 1). 
Chancellor, Carlos Fernandez Pasalagua. 

His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Reginald 
Thomas Tower, c.v.o. {Mexico). 

MONACO. Consul-General, Theodore Lumley, 37, Conduit street, W. 
Vice-Consul, Paul Cremieu-Javal, 43, Hill st. W. 


His Majesty's representative — Charge d'Affaires (vacant) (Cettinje). 


His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex., Minister Plen. & Consul- 
General, Hon. Reginald Lister, c.v.o. (Tangier). 

NETHERLANDS. Env. Ex. ^ Min. Plen., Baron Gericke van Herwijnen, 
Grosvenor gdns. S.W. 
Councillor of Legation, Jonkheer A. van dei: Goes. 
Chancellor, H. N. Brouwer. 

Consul-General, H. S. J. Maas, K.N.L., Finsbury Circus house, 12, Blomfield 
street, E.C. 

His Majesty's representative - Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Sir George 
Wm. Buchanan, K.c.v.O., C.B. {The Hague). 

NICARAGUA, REPUBLIC OF. Env. ^ Min Plen., Seizor Don Crisanto Medina, 
1, York place, Portman square, W. 
Consul, Roberto C. Mayorga, 19, Eastcheap, E.C. 
Vice- Consul, M. J. Herrmann, 19, Eastcheap, E.C. 

His Majesty's representative — See " Guatemala.''^ 
NORWAY. Env. Ex. ^ Min. Plen., Johannes Irgens, c.v.o. (hon.), 80, The 
Grove, Boltons, S.W. (hours 11 to 1). 
Secretary, Emil Huitfeldt, 26, Harrington gardens, S.W. 
Consul-Gen., Peter Martin Raghar Ottesen, 22, G-t.St. Helen's, E.G. 
Vice-Consul, Hans L. Broekstad. 
Secretary, Johan Stop. 

His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Sir Arthur 
Jas. Herbert, G.C.v.o. {Chrisfiania) ; Secretary of Legation, 
W. G. Max Miiller, m.v.o. 


PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF. Env, Ex. 4^ Min. Plen. Seiior Don Ricardo M. 
Arango, 16, St. Helen's place, E.G. 
First Secretary, Don Generoso de Obaldia. 
Attache (ad honorem), Robert John Turner, j.p. 
Consul, Robt. John Turner, 16 St. Helen's place, E.G. 
Vice-Consul, Edwin Courtney Walker, 120 Bishopsgate street within, E.G. 
His Majesty's representative— Minister Resident and Consul- 
General (and for the Republic of Costa Rica), Claude 
Coventry Mallet, cm. 6. (Panama). 

Env. Ex. ^ Min. Plen., Senor Eusebio Machain, 62, rue Pierre Charron, Paris. 
Consul- General, Alfred James, 18, Eldon street. E.G. 
Consul, Alejandro F. Baillie. 

His Majesty's representative — Min. Plen., Walter Beaupx'e 
Townley (and for Argentine Repubhc) (^Buenos At/res). 
PERSIA. Charge d' Affaires and Councillor, Mirza Mehdi Khan Mushir-ul-Mulk, 
36, Queen's gate terrace, S.W. 
First Secretary, Mirza Abdul Gaffar Kahn. 
Attache, Mirza Mohammad Khan. 

Consul- General, Harry Sej'mour Foster, 82, Victoria street, S.W. 
Vice- Consul, Nerses Khan Nercessian, 98, Hatton garden, B.C. 

His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. & Consul- 
Genoral, Sir George H. Barclay, k.c.m.g. c.r.o. (Teheran); 
Councillor of Legation, Chas. Murray Marling, C.M.G. 
PERU, REPUBLIC OF. Env. Ex. ^ Min. Plen., Senor Don Carlos, G. Gandam 
(Resident in Paris). 
Charge d' Affaires (Sj- Consul-General, Edouardo Lembcke, 104, Victoria st. S.W. 
Secretaries, Ricardo E. Lembcke and Francisco Garcia Calderon. 
Attache, P. E. Caballero. 

His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Minister Plen. & Consul- 
General (and for Bolivia and Ecuador Republics), Charles 
Louis de Graz {Lima), 
PORTUGAL. Env. Ex. ^ Min. PZen. .Marquis de Soveral, g.c.m.g.,g.o.v.o. (hon.), 
12, Gloucester place, Portman square, W. 
Councillor of Legation, J. da Gamara Manoel, c'.v.o. (hon.) 
Attache, Marquis de Jacome Correia. 
Commercial Attache 4' Consul- General, Jayme Batalha-Reis M.V.O. (hon.), 6 

South street, Finsbury, E.G. 
Secretary, Le Chevalier H. V. Walters. 

His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Hon. Sir 
Fras. Hyde Villiers, K.c.m.g., c.b. (Lisbon) ; Sec. of Legation, 
Henry H. D. Beaumont. 
ROUMANIA. Env. Ex. 4 Min. Plen., Alexandre C. Catargi, 4, Cromwell place. 
South Kensington, S.W. 
Secretary, Prince Antoine Bibesco, 12, Half Moon street, W. 
Commercial Attache, G. Moroiano. 

Consul- General, Alfred Stead, 49, Parliament street, S.W. 
Vice-Consul, N. Gologan, 28, St. Mary Axe, E.G. 

His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Sir Wm. 
Conyngham Greene, k.c.b. (Bucharest). 
RUSSIA. Ambassador, His Ex. Count Alexandre Constantino vitch Benckendorff, 
G.C.v.o. (hon.), Chesham house, Ghesham place, S.W. 
Councillor of Embassy, Stanislas Poklewski-Koziell, K.C.v.O. (hon.). 
First Secretary, M. Sevastopulo. 

Second Secretaries, Prince Swiatpolk-Mirsky & M. de Siebert. 
Attache, Baron Conrad de Meyendorff. 
Military Attache, General N. Yermoloff. 
Naval Attache, Captain F. Behr, C.v.o. (hon.). 

Consul- General^ Baron Alphonse de Heyking, 17, Great Winchester street, E.G. 
Vice- Consul, Osmond Gapel Knapp, 17J Great Winchester street, E. C. 
His Majesty's representative — Ambassador Ex. & Plen.. His Ex. 
Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Nicolson, Bart., P.O., G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 
G.C.v.o., K.c.i.E. (St. Petersburg); Councillor of Embassy, 
Hugh d'Beirne, C.v.o., c.b. 


SALVADOR, REPUBLIC OF. Charge d' Affaires {ad interim), Seiior Don S. 
Perez Triana, 45, Avenue road, Regent's Park, N.W. 
Consul- General, Mark Jamestown Kelly, 7 «fe 8, Idol lane, E.G. 
Hia Majesty's representative — See " Guatemala.''^ 
SAN DOMINGO. Consul-Gemral Misfuel Ventura, 17, Coleman street, E.C. 
SAN MARINO. Consul- General Commendatore Arthur Serena, 34, Leadenhall 

street, E.C. 

Hia Majesty's representative — See " Coburc//' 

SERVIA. Charge d' A J aires, Slavko Y. Grouitch, 40, Pont street, S.W. 
Attaches, Vo'islav Antonievitch & Yevrem Zaditch. 
Consul-General, Alex. D. M. Tucker, 17, Waterloo place, S.W. 

Hia Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., James 
Beethom Whitehead {Belgrade). 

SIAM. Env. Ex. ^ Min. Plen., Phya Visutr Kosa, 23, Ashburn place, South 
Kensington, S.W. 
Councillor of Legation, Wm. John Archer, o.M.G. Oriental Club, W. 
First Secretary, Luang Sangpakitch. 
Attache, Khun Samak Mail,riraj. 
Secretary- Interpreter, Lewis C. Bateman. 
Financial Agent, C. J. Rivett-Carnac. 
Secretary to Financial Agent, W. A. Evans, 23, Asuburu place, S.W. 

His Majesty's representative — Eny. Ex. & Min. Plen. & 
Consul-Gen., Ralph Spencer Paget, c.v.o., c.m.g. (Bangkok). 

SPAIN. Ambassador, His Ex. Don Wenceslao Ramirez de Villa Urrutia, G.c.v.o, 
(hon.), 1 Grosveaor gardens, S.W. 
Minister, Marquis of Villalobar, K.C.v.o. (hon. ) 
Second Secretary, Antonio Pla. 
Attaches, Esteban Martinez & Eduardo M. Pena. 
military Attache, Major Julio Vicens. 

Consul- General, Joaquin Maria Torroja-y-Quinza, 40, Trinity square, E.C. 
Vice- Consul, Alfredo Amigo y Arqu^s. 
Chancelier, Austin William Steet. 

His Majesty's representative — Ambassador Ex. & Plen., His Ex. 
the Rt. Hon. Sir Maurice Wm. Ernest de Bunsen, p.c, g.o.v.o., 
K.c.M.G,, c.B. {Madrid) ; Councillor of Embassy, Evelyn M. 
Grant Duff. 
SWEDEN. Envoy Ex. ^ Min. Plen. Count Wrangel, 73, Portland place, W. 
Councillor, Baron C. A. Beck-Friis, 41, St. James' place, S.W. 
Attache — Baron M. Falkenberg. 
Naval Attache, Lt.-Commdr. J. C. Schneidler. 
Chancellor, J. G. Kihlman, 182, Haverstock hill, Hampstead, N.W 
Chaplain, Rev. J. Lindskog, Swedish church. Prince's square, E. & 22, Spring 

field road, St. John's Wood, N.W. 
Office of the Legation, 73, Portland place, W. 
Consul-General, Daniel Danielsson, 10, Lloyd's avenue, E.C. 
Vice-Consul, Carl Wilhelm Espersson. 
Secretary, Carl Oscar Cederlof. 
Considate Office, 10, Lloyd's avenue, E.C. 

His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Sir Cecil 
Arthur Spring-Rice, K.c.M.G., {Stockholm) ; Secretary of 
Legation, H. G. N. Dering, M.v.o. 
SWITZERLAND, CONFEDERATIOJ^ OF. Env. Ex. # Min. Plen., Gaston 
Carlin, Hans Crescent hotel, S.W. ; oflBces of the Legation, 38, Beauchamp 
place, Pont street, S.W. 
Secretary, Ernest Probst, 7, Sloane street, S.W. 
Attache, M. E. Oltramare. 
Chancelier, A. Sulzberger, 73, Ellerby street, Fulham Park, S.W. 

His Majesty's representative — Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Sir Geo. 
Fras. Bonham, Bart, {Berne). 


TURKEY. Ambassador, His Ex. Rifaat Bey, 69, Portland place, W. 
Councillor, Abdul Hak Hamid Bey. 
First Secretary, Mehmed Essad Bey. 
Second First Secretary, Tueni Bey. 
Second Secretary, Abdul Hak Hussein Bey. 
Third Secretary, R. Danial Bey. 
Naval Attache, Capt. Mahmoud Nedina Bey. 
Honorary Attache, Lucien Morel Bey 
Imam, Redjai Effendi. 
Translator, Che v. Leon Jolevard. 
Consul- General, K. M. Refet Bey, 140, Leadenhall street, E.C. 

His Majesty's representative — Ambassador Ex. & Plen., His 
Ex. the Rt. Hon. Sir Gerard Augustus Lowther, P.O., K.C.M.G., 
c.B. {Constantinople) ; Councillor of Embassy, Chas. M. 
Marling, C.M.G. 

His Majesty's representative— -See " America^ 
URUGUAY, REPUBLIC OF. Env. Ex. ^ Mm. Plen., Daniel Munoz. 
Secretary of Legation, A. Saenz de Zumaran, 12, King's gardens. West End la. N.W. 
Consul- General, Dr. Carlos Nery, 5 & 6, Clement's inn, Strand, W.C. 
Consul, Frank Houlder, 146 Leadenhall street, E.C. 

His Majesty's representative — Min. Resident & Consul-Gen eral, 
Robt. John Kennedy, C.M.G. {Montevideo). 
Consul- General, Manuel Revenga. 
Vice- Consul, J. Steinemann. 
Consulate Office, Finsbury Pavement House, E.C. 

His Majesty's representative— Minister Resident, Sir Vincent Edwin Hy. 
Corbett, K.C.v.o. (Caracas). 

His Majesty's representative — See " Coburff." 

His Majesty's representative — See " Bavaria." 

His Majesty's representative — Agent & Consul-Geueral, Basil 
Cave, C.B. 


^'^^ry^^!'*!'!!.^^^^^^^^^^ Hon. Herbert H. Asqitith, k.c, m.p. 

Lord High Chancellor E,t. Hon. Lord Loreburn, p.c, g.c.m.g. 

Lord President of the Council i ^^ .H^' 7'^^^^^^ Wolverhampton, 

t Jr.C, fcr. C.S.I. 

Lord Privy Seal and Secretary of State, ) -d„ tt^^, t? ^^ /-. ^ 

Colonial Department „ j^^- S^^" ^^^^ ^F Crewe, k.g. 

Secretary of State, Home Department. ., Rt. Hon. Herbert J. Gladstone, m.p. 
Secretary- of State, Foreign Department.. Rt. Hon. Sir Edward G-rey, Bart., m.p. 

Secretary of State, "War Department Rt. Hon. Richard B. Haldane, k.c., m.p. 

Secretary of State, Indian Department ...P'^-f^^-J^^^c^UNT Morley of Black- 

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rt. Hon. David Lloyd-George, m.p. 

Eirst Lord of the Admiralty Rt. Hon. Reginald McKenna, m.p. 

President of the Board of Trade Rt. Hon. Winston L. 8. Churchill, m.p. 

President of the Local Government Board Rt. Hon. John Burns, m.p. 

Chief Secretary for Ireland Rt. Hon. Augustine Birrell, k.c, m.p. 

Secretary for Scotland an dYice- Pi esident ) -D^ t-t t^ . o 

of Scotch Education Department j ^^- ^ON. John Sinclair, m.p. 

President of the Board of Aorriculture... Rt. Hon. Earl Carrington, k.g., g.c.m.g. 

President of the Board of Education Rt. Hon. "Walter Runciman, m.p. 

Postmaster-General Rt. Hon. Sydney C. Buxton, m.p. 

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster ... Rt. Hon. Lord Fitzmaurice, p.c. 

First Commissioner of "Works Rt. Hon. Lewis Harcourt, m.p. 

The above form the Cabinet. 

Paymaster-General Rt. Hon. Richd. K. C auston, m.p. 

(J. Herbert Lewis^ m.p, 
Other Lords of His Majesty's Treasury.. 

Joint Secretaries to the Treasury 
Other Lords of the Admiralty 

Capt, Cecil W. Norton, m.p. 
^JoHN Hy. Whitley, m.p. 
: Chas. Edwd. Hy. Hobhousb, m.p. 

Rt. Hon. Joseph A. Pease, m.p. 
' Adml. of the Fleet Sir John Arbuthnot 
Fisher, o.m., g.c.b., g.c.v.o. 

Adml. Sir Wm. Hy. May, k.c.b., k.c.v.o. 

Rear-Adml. Sir John R. Jbllico, k.c.v.o., 


Vice- Adml. Alfd. L. Winsloe, c.v.o., c.m.g. 
I^Geo. Lambert, m.p. 

ParL Sec. to the Admiralty Thos. Jas. Macnamara, ll.d., m.p. 

Under-Sec. of State, Home Department.. Rt. Hon. Herbert L. Samuel, m.p. 

Under-Sec. of State, Foreign Departmt... T. McKinnon Wood, ll.d., m.p. 

Under-Sec. of State, Colonial Departmt... Lt.-Col. John E. B. Seely, d.s.o., m.p. 

Under-Sec. of State, War Department ... Lord Lucas. 

Under-Sec. of State, Indian Department.. Rt. Hon. Thos. Ryburn Buchanan, m.p. 

Financial Secretary of War Department. Francis Dyke Acland, m.p. 

Pari. Sec. to the Board of Trade Sir Hudson E. Kearlby, bart,, m.p. 

Pari. Sec. to Local Government Board ... Chas. F. G. Masterman, m.p. 

ParL Sec. to Board of Education Chas. P. Trevelyan, m.p. 

Attorney-General Sir Wm. Snowdon Robson, knt., k.c, m.p. 

Solicitor-General Sir Samuel Thos. Evans, knt., k.c, m.p. 

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (H'^" ^'^' ^ON. Earl of Aberdeen, k.t., 

( g.c.m.g. 

Lord Chancellor of Ireland Rt. Hon. Sir Samuel Walker, Bart. 

Attorney-General for Ireland Rt. Hon. Richd. Robt. Cherry, k.c, m.p. 

Solicitor-General for Ireland Redmond Barry, k.c, m.p. 

Lord Advocate for Scotland Rt. Hon. Thomas Shaw, k.c, m.p. 

Solicitor-General for Scotland Alex. Ure, k.c, m.p. 

Lord Steward of the Household Earl Beauchamp, k. C.m.g. 

Lord Chamberlain Rt. Hon. Viscount Althorp 

Master of the Horse Rt. Hon. Earl of Granard. 

Vice-Chamberlain John M. F. Fuller, m.p. 



For Birthday Honours, see pp. 67-8. 


Aing-er, Arthur Campbell, m.v.o. 4 
class (1908), hon. sec. of the new Me- 
morial Building Fund, Eton College : 
Eton College, Windsor. 

Azopardi, Vincenzo Frendo, c.m.g. 
(1908). LL.D., Crown advocate, Malta. 

Best, hon. sirKobt. Wallace,K.c.M.G. 
(1908) J b. 1856; chm. of committees in 
the senate of the first Federal Parlia- 
ment 1901-3, v.p. executive council 

Bodington, sir Nathaniel, fell. Lin- 
coln Coil. Oxford, 1875-85, principal of 
Yorkshire CoU. Leeds, 1882-1904, vice- 
chancellor of the Victoria Univ. 1896- 
1900, of Leeds Univ. from 1904, 
knighted 1908. 

Brabazou, hon. — dau. of lord Ardee ; 
b. Nov. 1908. 

Cator, mrs. Mary M. C, 3 dau. of C. 
A. Harris, of Hayne, Devon ; m. 1859, 
Albemarle Cator, of Woodbastwick Hall, 
Norfolk, D.L., j.p. (d. 1906): Trews- 
bury, Cirencester ; I'St. Mary's, Happis- 
burgh, Norwich. 

Dundas, lord. Lam-ence Aldred Mer- 
wyn Dundas, s. of earl of Ronaldshay : 
b. Nov. 12, 1908. 

Ferguson, Ohas. Alex., 4 s. of It.- 
col. Geo. Arthur Ferguson, of Pitfour, 
Aberdeenshire, D.L., j.p., by hon, Nina 
M., dau. of 1 vise. Bridport ; b. 1873; 
m. 1908, lady Edith Aline C, eld. dau. 
of 8 earl Cawdor. 

Hadfield, maj.-gen. Chas. Arthur, 
b. 1852 ; insp. of Army Service Corps, 
Headquarters of army 1907, maj.-gen. 
1908 : 22 Gledstanes rd. West Ken- 
sington, W. 

Harris, Hy. Percy, b.a. Ch. Ch. 
Oxon., only s. of sir Geo. David Harris, 
knt., J. p., L.c.C. {d. 1902) ; b. 1856; m. 
1908, Ethel Alic-e Chivers, 8 dau. of late 
Edwd. Chivers Bower, of Broxholme, 
Scarborough ; barr. Lincoln's inn 1881, 
D.L. CO. London, chm. L.c.C. 1907-8; 98 
Gloucester terr. Hyde park, W. ; Cherry 
Croft, Forest Row. 

Innes, mrs. Agnes, dau. of Wra. 
Barlow, of Wilmslow ; m. 1873, as his 2 
wife, Jas. Innes, of Eoffey Park, Sussex, 
D.L., J.P. (d. 1902): 4 Audley sq. W. ; 
Roffey Park, Lower Beeding, Horsham, 

Legrard, maj. D'Arcy, s. of rev. Fras. 
Digbjf Legard, rect. of Stokesley,North- 
allerton {d. 1883), by Jane, dau. (c?. 1875) 
of adml. F. Vernon Harcourt ; b. 1873 ; 
m. 1908, lady Edith M. E. M., eld. dau. 
of 1 earl of Liverpool, P.O. ; served in 
S. African war 1900-2, maj. 17 Lancers 
from 1905. 

Norman, Edward, chm. Public Works 
Loan Commn. from 1908. 

Soward, A. W., sec. estate duty 
dept. of Board of Inland Rev. from 1908 : 
Inland Revenue, Somerset House, W.C. 


Adcock, sir Hugh, knt., c.m.g. (vide 
p. 76); m. 2ndly, 1908, Florence Beatrice, 
eld. dau. of It.-col. G. Manera, LA. 

Addington, lord (vide p. 77) ; ga- 
zetted hon. col. Buckinghamshire battn. 
Oxfordshire L.I. Oct. 27, 1908. 

Alliston, sir Fredk. Prat, b. 1882; 
one of H.M.'s lieutenants for the City 
of London, sheriff 1898-9, aldm. of Bread 
St. ward 1895-1908, head of firm of 
Alliston & Co. Ltd. , warehousemen ; 
knighted 1908 ; Kamesburgh, Becken- 
ham; 46 Friday st. E.C. (in lieu of 
entry on p. 90). 



Archer, maj. Ohas., C.i.b. (vide p. 
104); gazetted It. -col. Ind. army, Nov. 
6, 1908. 

Atkinson-Willes, vice-adml. sir 
Geo. Lambart, K.c.B. (vide p. 120); 
gazetted admiral Nov. 6, 1908. 

Barclay, sir Tbos.,2 s. of Jas. Barclay, 
of Sunderland, co.Durham; b. 18.39 ; m. 1, 
1861, 2 dau. of late Robt. Jaques, M.ii.C.8., 
of Osmotherley, Yorks ; 2, 1893, Mary 
Dingley, 2 dau. of Edwd. Pethybridge, 
of Launceston, Cornwall ; is J.P. (1894) 
Warwickshire and (1906) City of Bir- 
mingham and Worcestershire, knighted 
1908: National Liberal club;' The Up- 
lands, Blackwell, nr. Bromsgrove (in 
lieu of entry on p. 144). 

Barker, sir John, 1 bart. (1908), J.P. 
Herts, aldm, co. London 1889-92, chra. 
John Barker & Co. Ltd., Kensington, 
W., and of Paquin Ltd., London and 
Paris, M. P. (l.) Penryn and Falmouth 
from 1906 : Old Court Mansions, Ken- 
sington, W. ; Devonshire and National 
Liberal clubs ; The Grange, Bishop's 
Stortford, Herts (in lieu of entry on u. 

Barnard, sir Herbert, knt. (vide p. 
148) ; chm. Public Works Loan Commn. 

Barring-ton, hon. Percy Evelyn, 4 s. 
of 9 vise. Barrington ; b. 1884; w. 1908, 
Muriel Constance, only dau. of J. B. 
Oyler, of Estancia La Reina Sanabria 
(F.C.P.), Cordoba, Argentina; 2 It. 2nd 
County of London I.Y. 1902-6 (in lieu of 
entry on p. 153). 

Battenbergr, vice-adml. H.S.H. 
prince Louis of, g.C.b.,g.C.v.o., k.C.M.G. 
(vide p. 163) ; 2 in commd. of Mediterra- 
nean fleet 1907-8. 

Bayly, commodore Lewis, r.n., c.v.o. 
(vide p. 167) ; in commd. Royal Naval 
War College, Portsmouth, from Nov. 

Beatson, col. sir Geo. Thos., M.D., 
K.C.B. {vide p. 169) ; gazetted d.l. Glas- 
gow, Nov. 3, 1908. 

Beatty, capt. David, r.n., m.v.o. 
(vide p. 170) ; gazetted naval A.D.C. to 
the King, Nov. 10, 1908. 

Beaumont, Hy. Hamond Dawson 
{vide Tp. 171); arft/ress, British Legation, 
Lisbon, Portugal. 

Bergne, lady. — Mary a' Court, dau. 
of late rev. S. B. Bergne ; m. 1878, sir 
(John) Henry G., K.C.B. , K.C.M.G. 
{d. 1908) : 13 Pembroke rd. W. (in lieu 
of entry on p. 188). 

Bonser, Arthur Howard, b. 1855 ; m. 
1879, Alice, dan. of late Samuel Sims 
HoUoway; j.p. (1907) Notts: Forest 

Lodge, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottingham 
(in lieu of entry on p. 224). 

Boutflower, rt. rev. Cecil Hy. {vide 

p. 234) ; nominated to succeed rt. rev. 

William Awdry as bp. in South Tokyo. 

Bower, Herbert M. {vide p. 236); 

mayor of Ripon 1908-9. 

Brigrgs, rear-adml. Chas. John, b. 
1858 ; rear-adinl. in the Nore divn. of 
the Home fleet from 1908, rear-adml. 
1907 (in lieu of entry on p. 256). 

Brig-gs, Wni. Arthur, eld. s. of late 
Chas. Briggs, of Hogsthorpe, Lines ; b. 
1866 ; m. 1894, dau. of late Wm. Davies, 
of London ; J.P. (1907) parts of Lindsey, 
Lines : Farlesthorpe House, nr. Alford, 
Lines (in lieu of entry on p. 256). 

Bullough, sir Geo.,knt. (videp. 287); 
gazetted capt. Scottish Horse yeo. Nov. 
10, 1908. 

Burney, rear-adml. Cecil {vide p. 
293) ; rear-adml. in the Plymouth divn. 
of the Home fleet from Nov. 1908. 

Callaghan, rear-adml. Geo. Astley, 
c.v.o. , C.B, {vide p. 311) ; commd. 5 
cruiser squadi'on Home fleet 1907-8, 2 
in commd. of the Mediterranean fleet 
from 1908. 

Campbell, lady Edith Aline C, 
eld. dau. of 3 earl Cawdor {vide p. 319) ; 
in. Nov. 21, Chas. Alex. Ferguson. 

Carinich,ael,sir Thos.David Gibson-, 
bart., K.C.M.G. {vide p. 327) ; a trustee 
of the National Gallery 1906-8. 

Carnduff, Herbert Wm. Cameron, 
C.I.B. {vide p. 328) ; appointed a judge of 
the High Court of Judicature at Cal- 
cutta from Nov. 1908. 

Cassel, Felix, k.c. {vide p. 337) ; m. 
Nov, 18, 1908, lady Helen, eld. dau. of 3 
earl of Verulam. 

Chester-Master, maj. Richd., eld. s. 
of Thos. Wm, Chester Chester-Master, 
of The Abbey, Cirencester, and Knole 
Park, Almondsbury, Glos, j,P. ; b. 1870 ; 
m. 1901, Geraldine M. R., eld. dau. of 

late John Huugerford Arkwright, of 
Hampton Court, Herefordshire ; capt. 
and brev. maj. King's R. Rif. C, A.D.C. 
to vise. Milner, P.C, G.C.B., G.c.M.G. 
(high commr. for S. Africa) 1898-1901, 
served in S. African war 1899-1902, 
commdt.-gen. B.S.A. pohce Rhodesia 
1901-5, resdt. commr. and commdt.-gen. 
(with local rank of lt.-col.) in S. 
Rhodesia 1905-8 ; Carlton and Army 
and Navy clubs ; The Warren, Hares- 
wick, Winchester : Knole Park, Al- 
mondsbury, Glos (in lieu of entry on p. 
Clarke, capt. Chas. Hy. Godfrey 



Mansiield, M.v.o., Kif. brig, {vide p. 
370) ; ret. p. 1908. 

Clerk, lady. — Alice M., dan. of lata 
Wm. Edwd. Frere, C.M.G., of Bitton, 
Glos. ; m. 1867, geii. sir Godfrey Clerk, 
K.C.V.O., C.B. {d. 1908): 127 Ashley 
gdns. S.W. (in lieu of entry on page 377). 
Cockburn, Glias. Stuart (vide p. 38li) ; 
tot/m afWreis of Mr. Cockburn is changed 
to 61ffl Curzon st. Mayfair, W. 

Coke, vise, k.c.v.o. {vide p. 389); 
has been promoted g.C.v.o. (1908). 

Corser, Wm. Blacklock Haden, only 
s. of Haden Corser, M.A., of The Hyde, 
Ingatestone, Essex, J.P. {d. 1906); h. 
18 — ; m. 1908, lady Georgina, sis. of 19 
earl of Eothes, b. 1879 : New Place, 
Horsham, Sussex (in lieu of entry on p. 

Craig, capt. J as. m.p. {vide p. 428); 
town address of capt. Craig is changed to 
67 Cadogan sq. S. W. 

Crichton Stuart, lady Mary, b. 
1906; lady Jean, b. 1908, daus. of 4 
marq. of Bute (in lieu of entry on p. 437). 
Cripps, sir Ohas. Alfred, K.c.v.o. 
(1908), K.C, B.C.L., M.A. Oxon, 3 s. of 
Hy, Wm. Cripps, a.c, of Beechwood, 
Bucks, J.P. {d. 1899) ; b. 1852 ; m. 1881, 
Theresa, 6 dau. {d. 1893) of Richd. 
Potter, of Rushland Hall, Lanes. ; barr. 
Middle Temple 1877, bencher 1893, Q.c. 
1890, J.P. Bucks (vice-chm. quart, sess.), 
A.G. to H.R.H. prince of Wales (Edward 
VII.) 1895-1901, and to h.r.h. George, 
prince of Wales from 1901, M.p. (c.) 
Mid Gloucestershire 1895-1900, S. E. 
Lancashire (Stretford divu.) 1901-6, 
chancellor and vicar-gen. of York from 
1900, vicar-gen. of Canterbury from 
1902: 15 Queen's Gate gdns. S.W. ; 1 
Essex court. Temple, E.C. ; 3 Creed 
lane, E.G.; Carlton, Athenaeum, Oxford 
and Cambridge and Marlborough clubs ; 
Parmoor, Hambleden, Henley - on - 
Thames (in lieu of entry on p. 437). 

Curtis, col. Reginald Salmond, ii.E., 
C.M.G. (1908), D.s.o. (1900), eld. s. of 
maj.-gen. Reginald Curtis, R.A. {d. 
1894) ; b.. 1863 ; m. 1894, hon. Hilda M., 
dau. of 9 vise. Barrington ; served in 
Eastern Soudan, Ashanti, and S. African 
war, insp.-gen. S.African Constabulary 
(in lieu of entry on p. 454). 

Custance, mrs. Eleanor, wife of col. 
Fredc. H. Cunstance, C.B. {vide p. 457) ; 
d. Nov. 14, 1908. 

Bawson, Edwd. Bousfield {vide p. 
481) ; constable of Lancaster Castle from 

Derby, earl of, p.c, k.c.v.o. {vide p 
495) ; has been promoted g.C.v.o. (1908). 

Dougrherty, sir Jas. Brown, c.v.o., 
C.B {vide p. 519) ; p.c. (Irel. 1908). 

Dudgeon, Robt. Fras. {vide p. 532) ; 
gazetted H. M.'s Lieutenant, Kirkcud- 
brightshire, Nov. 13, 1908. 

Dundas, sir Geo. Whyte Melville, 5 
bart. (1821) of Beechwood, 5 s. of 2bart. 
{d. 1877) andbro. of 3 bart. (J. 1904) and 
of 4 bart. {d. 1908) ; b. 1856 ; w. 1879, 
Matilda Louisa M., 3 dau. of Minden J. 
Wilson ; ret. It. B.S.C. {Heir,s. David 
G. M., b. 1880): The Kennels, Cox 
Green, Maidenhead ; Dunira, Comrie, 
Perthshire (in lieu of entry on p. 538). 
Eg-erton, rt, hon. sir Edwin Henry, 
p.c, G.C.M.G., K.C.B, {vide p. 559) ; 
ambassador to Italy 1905-8. 

Erskine, hon. Wm. Augustus Forbes, 
M.v.o. (vide p. 575) ; is no longer a 
member of the Bachelors' club. 

Esher, vise , g.c.v.o., k.c.b. {vide 
p. 575) ; has been promoted G. C.B. (1908). 
Ewing', hon. sir Thos. Thomson, 
K. C.M.G. (1908), v.p. executive council, 
Australia 1905-6, m.p. for Richmond, 
N.S.W. from 1901, min. for home affairs 
1906-7, min. of state for defence from 
1907 (in lieu of entry on p. 587). 

ffolkes, rev. Fras Arthur Stanley, 
M.v.o. 4 class (1908), b.a. Durham, 4 s. 
of rev. Hy. Edwd. Ifolkes, rect. of Hill- 
ington, Norfolk; b. 1863; m. 1893, 
Isabel L. N., 7 dau. of J. Newbery 
Boschetti, of Eccles, Lanes ; dis. insp. 
of schools 1895, j.p. (1896) Norfolk, hon. 
chaplain to Queen Victoria 1900-1 and 
to the King 1900-3, chapln.-iu-ordy. 
from 1903, hon. chapln. to King's Own 
Norfolk yeo. from 1902, rect. of Scoulton, 
Norfolk, 1894-7, from 1897 of Wolferton, 
Lynn, Norfolk (in lieu of entry on p. 

rieming, Geo. Mcintosh {vide p. 
626) ; additional address, Loventor, 
Berry Pomeroy, Totnes, S. Devon. 

Freeth, sir Evelyn (v»c?e p. 654) : sec. 
estate duty dept. of board of inland rev. 

Fulton, sir Robt. Fulton, M.A., ll.d. 
Edin., 2 s. of late Joseph Rampini, of 
Edinburgh ; b. 1844 ; m. 1887, Margaret 
E., dau. of dr. R. G Mathew, I.Med.S. ; 
B.C.S. from 1864, barr. Inner Temple 
1884, puisne judg^ of high court of judi- 
cature at Calcutta 1893-1908, memb. of 
viceroy's legisl. council 1902, acting C.j. 
of Bengal 1907, assumed by royal licence 
name of Fulton in lieu of Rampini 1908, 
knighted 1908 (in lieu of entry on p. 
G-arton, sir Richd. Chas., eld. s. of 



Wm. Garton ; h. 1857 ; m. 1883, 3 dau. 
of A. Durrant, of Chelmsford ; knighted 
1908 : Carlton, St. Stephen's and K.T.Y. 
clubs ; Lythe Hill, Haslemere, Surrey 
(in lieu of entry on p. 671). 

Gildea, col. sir Jas., c.v.o., c.b. {vide 
p. 683); has been promoted K.C.v.o. 

Grlamis, lord Patrick Bowes Lyon, 
eld. s. of earl of Strathmore ; h. 1884 ; 
?«.1908,lady Dorothy Beatrice Godolphin, 
3 dau. of 10 duke of Leeds ; It. Scots 
gds. from 1905 (in lieu of entry on p. 688). 
G-ordon-G-ilmour, col. Eobt. Gordon, 
C.B., M.V.O., D.s.o. {vide p. 703); from 
h.p. to commd. gren. gds. regt. and regtl. 
dist. from Nov. 1908. 

Grould, hon. sir Albert John, h. 1847 ; 
min. of justice N. S. Wales 1889-91 and 
1894-8, pres. of the senate of Australia, 
knighted 1908: Sydney, N. S. Wales (in 
lieu of entry on p. 709). 

Graham, sir Hugh, b. 1848 ; propr. 
of the "Evening Star;" one of the 
founders of the Good Govt. Assoc, of 
Montreal; knighted 1908: Montreal, 
Canada (in lieu of entry on p. 712). 

Greene, Henry David, k.c. (vide p. 
726); a commr. (unpaid) in Lunacy 
from lfi08. 

Hanxilton, rear-adml. Fredk. Tower, 
M.v.o. {vide jp. 759); has been promoted 
C.v.o (1908). 

Hart, maj.-gen. sii- Reginald Clare, 
K.E., V.C., K.C. B., K.C.v.o. {vide -p. 786); 
gazetted It.-gen. Nov. 17, 1908. 

Hartley, Percival Horton-Smlth, 
M.v.o. class {vide p. 788); has been 
promoted M.v.o. 4 class (1908). 

Harwood, mrs. Fanny Maria, wife of 
Samuel Thos. (vide p. 791) ; d. Nov. 17, 

Hood, hon. Maurice Hy. Nelson, 2 and 
only survg. s. of 2 vise. Bridport, c.b. ; 
b. 1881 ; m. 1908, Eileen, eld. dau. of 
Chas. Kendall, of Wokingham; sub-It. 
K.N. 1905-8, ret. list 1908 (in lieu of 
entry on p. 853). 

Hope, sir Edward Stanley, k.c.b. 
(vide p. 855) ; a commr. (unpaid) in 
Lunacy from Nov. 1908. 

Iveag-h, vise, k.p. (vide p. 897) ; 
elected chancellor of University of Dublin 
Nov. 18, 1908. 

Jersey, earl of, p.c, g.c.b., g.c.m.g. 
(vide p. 913) ; from 1 Glamorgan R.G.A. 
(vols,),to be hon.col.l Welsh (Ho witzer) 
brig. R^F.A. from 1879. 

Jette, sir Louis Amable, k.c.m.g. 
(vide p. 915) ; It.-gov. of Prov. of Quebec 
1898-1908. j 

Enowles, Job, 3 s. of Chas, Knowles ' 

of Aylesbeare, Devon; b. 1846; ?h. 1867, 
Ellen, dau. of John Bishop, of Ayles- 
beare, Devon; j.p. (1908) Devon: Town 
Mills, Honiton (in lieu of entry on p. 

Lempriere, col. Geo. Beresford, eld. 
s. of capt. Geo. Raid Lempriere, S-e., of 
Ewell, Surrey (d. 1901) ; b. 1858 ; m. 
1881, Anne S. C., dau. of late Chas. 
Daniel O'Counell ; served in S. African 
war 1899-1902, lt.-col. Middlx. regt. 
1904-5, col. 1908: Naval and Military 
club ; Pelham, Alton, Hants (in lieu of 
entry on p. 1007). 

Liverpool, eai-1 of, m.v.o. (vide p. 
1027) ; state steward and chamberlain to 
lord lieut. of Ireland (earl of Aberdeen) 

Maden, John Henry (vide p. 1093); 
mayor of Bacup 1908-9, and C.C. Lanes. 
Marshall, Thos. Roger, 3 s. of late 
John Marshall j M.D., of Armstead, 
Northumb. ; b. 1849 ; m. 1890, Agnes 
Stuart, dau. of late Allan Gilmoui', of 
Eaglesham, Renfrewshu-e ; j.p. (1907) 
Cumberland : Jun. Constitutional chib ; 
Kingfield, Penton, Carlisle (in lieu of 
entry on p. 1113). 

Middleton, lt.-col. Arthur Thomson 
(vide p. 1145); address, 3 Queen's gate, 

Murray, hon. Alexander David, 6 s. of 
vise. Stormont (d. 1893), and bro. of 5 
and 6 earls of Mansfield ; b. 1871 ; m. 
1908, Christian Maule, 4 dau. of late sir 
Jas. Thos. Stewart-Ricliardson, 14 bart.; 
capt. 3 battn. (mil.) Black Watch 1894- 
1908, res. of officers from 1908: Leth- 
endy. Old Scone, Perth (in lieu of entry 
on p. 1196). 

Montreal, bp. of, rt. rev. John C. 
Farthing, D.D. Cantab.; b. 1862; inc. of 
Durham, Ont. 1885-8, rect. of Wood- 
stock, Ont. 1888-93, canon of St. Paul's 
Cath. Ont. 1904-6, dean of Ontario and 
rect. and r.d. of St. George's Cath. 
Kingston, Ont. 1906-8, bp. of Montreal 
from 1908 : Bishop's Court, 42 Union 
avenue, Montreal (in lieu of entry on p. 

Neave, sir Thomas Lewis Hughes, 5 
bart. (1795 , eld s. of 4 bart.(d 1877) by 
youngest dau. of 1 baron Dinorben (ext.) ; 
b. 1874 ; m, 1908, Dorina Lockhart, dau. 
of late Geo. H. Clifton, advocate H.M. 
Supreme Consular Court,Constantinople; 
D.L., J.P. (1896) Anglesey, maj. R. 
Anglesey Eng. mil. 1903-7 (Heir, bro. 
Arimdell, b. 1875) : Dagnam Park, Rom- 
ford ; Llysdulas, Amlwch, Anglesey (in 
lieu of entry on p. 1206). 
Oliver, sir Thos., m.a. Durham, ll.d. 



(hou.) and m.d. Glasg., Sheffield, 
F.R.C.P. Loud., s. of Jas. Oliver, of Ayr; 
b. 1853; m. 1, 1881, Edith Eosina, dau. 
f>f Wni. Jenkins, of Consett Hall, co. 
Durham ; 2, 1902, Emma Octavia, dau. 
of John Anthony Woods, of Benton 
Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; prof, of physi- 
ology Univ. of Durhain, knighted 1908 : 
7 Ellison pi. Newcastle-on-Tyue (in lieu 
of entry on p. 1242). 

Osborne, lady Dorothy, 3 dau. of 10 
duke of Leeds (vide p. 1251) ; m. Nov. 
21, 1908, lord Glamis. 

Pelletier, hon. sir Chas. A. P., 
K.O.M.G., P.O. Canada, K.c. (vide p. 1289) ; 
judge of superior court of Quebec 1904, 
It.-gov. of Prov. of Quebec from 1908. 

Ponsonby, Thos. Brabazon (vide p. 
1322) ; D.L. CO. Tipperary. 

Porter, lady. — Catherine, dau. of W. 
J. Haslam, of Clapham, S.W. ; m. 1867, 
su- Alfred De Bock Porter, k.c.b. (d. 
1908): Latimer Grange, Hadley, New 
Barnet (in lieu of entry on p. 1325). 

Kaxupini, (hon.) sir Robt. Fulton 
(vide p. 1355) ; puisne judge of high 
court of judicature at Calcutta 1893-1908. 

Hennie, Ernest Amelius, m.v.o. (vide 
p. 1372) ; sec, of legation, Santiago, 

Sandbach, col. Arthur Edmund, r.e., 
D.S.o. (vide p. 1440) ; address, Bryn 
Gwyn, Bwlch-y-Cibau, Mont. 

Stokes, Antony Vaughan Wm. (vide 
p. 1550); club, Cavalry. 

Stopford, hon. Arthur, 2 s. of vise. 
Stopford ; b. 1879 ; m. 1908, Mary, dau. 
of Godfrey C. Chester Master, of Kyne- 
tou, Thornbury, GIos ; It. R.N. from 
1900 (in lieu of entry on p. 1552). 

Whipp, John Thos., 3 s. of Jas. 
Whipp, of Clitheroe, Lanes ; b. 1850 ; m. 
1890, Isabella Niven, dau. of Jas. Orr, of 
St. Annes-on-Sea, Lanes ; j.p. (1908) 
Lancashire and Clitheroe (mayor 1904- 
5-G-7-8) : Millthorne, Clitheroe (in lieu 
of entry on p. 1719). 

Wilkes, Alfred, youngest s. of late 
Hy. Wilkes, of Victoria House, Studley, 
CO. Warwick ; b. 1856 ; m. Jennie, dau. of 
Thos. Harper, of The Birches, Web- 
heath and Leamington ; J.p. (1907), c.C. 
Warwickshire : The Grange, Studley 
S.O. Warwickshire (in lieu of entry on 
p. 1734). 


Allen, Hy. Geo., k.C. {vide p. 88) ; d. 
Nov. 25, 1908. 

Alt, col. Wni. John, C.B., v.D. (vide 
p. 92) ; d. Nov. 9, 1908. 

Ayrton, prof. Wm. Edwd., f.r.s. 
(vide p. 124) ; d. Nov. 8, 1908. 

Barry, vice-adml. sir Hy. Deacon, 
K.C.v.o. (vide p. 155); d. Nov. 14, 1908. 

Beclier, gen. Septimus Harding (vide 
p. 173); d. Nov. 23,1908. 

Bergne, sir (John) Henry G., k.C.b. 
(vide p. 188) ; d. Nov. 15, 1908. 

Bill, Chas. Horsfall (rirfe p. 199); d. 
Nov. 11, 1908. 

Blewitt, maj.-gen. Chas. (vide p. 
214) ; d. Nov. 14, 1908. 

Boden, Henry, d.l., j.p. Derbyshire 
(vide p. 218) ; d. Nov. 14, 1908. 

Bulteel, Thos. (vide p. 287) ; d. Nov. 
24, 1908. 

Caird, Edward, ll.b., d.c.l., d.litt. 
(vide p. 309); d. Nov. 1, 1908. 

Clerk, gen. sir Godfrey, K.C.v.o., c.b. 
(vide p. 377); d. Nov. 18, 1908. 

Crofton, It. -gen. James, r.e. (Bengal) 
(vide p. 439); d. Nov. 22, 1908. 

Croome, Fredk. Hy. (vide p. 441); d- 
Nov. 11, 1908. 

Crump, John Farrington (vide p. 447); 
d. Sept. 5, 1908. 

Currie, lady Mary (vide p. 453) ; d. 
Nov. 16, 1908. 

Dundas, sir Chas. Hy., 4 bart.(mrfe p. 
638) ; d. Nov. 22, 1908. 

Eccles, Joseph (vide p. 551) ; d. Nov. 
13, 1908. 

Elliston, Wm. Alfred, m.d. (vide p. 
568) ; d. Nov. 27, 1908. 

Giflford.maj.gen, Herbert Hale Forbes 
(vide p. 681); d. 1908. 

Glenesk lord (vide p. 690) ; d. Nov. 
24, 1908. 

Graham, Eobt. Challas (vide p. 713) ; 
d. Nov. 22, 1908. 

Greenfield, Wm. Bunce {vide^. 726) ; 
d. Nov. 23, 1908. 

Hansler, Henry Stephen (vide p. 
709) ; d. Nov. 9, 1908. 

Hargreaves, Edwd. Dennison {vide 
p. 776) ; d. Nov. 22, 1908. 

Ha-wkins.mrs., widow of Wm. War- 
wick Hawkins, M. P. (vide p. 796); d. 

Hay, Edmund de Haya Paterson- 
Balfour- {vide p. 796; ; d. Nov. 24, 1908. 

Higson, Henry {vide p. 827)"; d. Nov. 
27, 1908. 

Holmes, John {vide p. 849) ; d. Nov. 
17, 1908. 

Jelf, rev. Geo. Edwd., d.d., master of 
the Charterhouse {vide p. 909) ; d. Nov. 
19, 1908. 

Joly de Lotbiniere, hon. sir Henri 
Gustav, K.c.M.G. {vide p. 923) ; d. Nov. 
16, 1908. 

Justice, maj.-gen. Wm. Clive, c.m.g. 
{vide p. 934) ; d. Nov. 19, 1908. 

Lempriere, Miss Ellen {vide p. 1007); 
d. Oct. 1908. V r /, 

Littler, sir Ealph Daniel Makinson, 
C.B., K.C. (vide p. 1026); d. Nov. 24, 

Mellersh, maj.-gen. Goo. Brown (vide 
p. 1136); d. Nov. 21, 1908. 

Pearson, Edwd, {vide p. 1282); d. 
Nov. 27, 1908. 

Ponsonby, hon. Gerald Hy. B. {vide 
p. 1322) ; d. Nov. 30, 1908. 

Porter, sir Alfred de Bock, k.c.b, 
{vide p. 1325) ; d. Nov. 25, 1908. 

Reynolds, lady Russell (virfep. 1375); 
d. Nov. 16, 1908. 

Taylor, John Leigh {vide p. 1685) ; 
d. Nov. 17, 1908. 

TroUope, hon. Robt. Cranmer (vide p. 
1630) ; d. Nov. 25, 1908. 

Wilkinson,lt.-gen.sir Henry Clement, 
K.C.B. {vide p. 1735) ; d. Nov. 23, 1908. 


It was auuounced on the 9th November that His Majesty has been pleased 
to confer the following Honours and Appointments :— 

Joseph Albert Pease, Esq., M.p. 
Herbert Louis Samuel, Esq., m.p. 
Sir Charles Benjamin Bright McLaren, 

Bart. , M. p. 
Sir Edward George Clarke, K.C. 

Charles Edward Shaw, Esq., M.P. 
John Barker, Esq, m.p. 
Sii George Anderson Critchett, C.V.O., 


Sir James Low. 

Ernest Frederick George Hatch, Esq. 

Edward Seaborne Clouston, Esq., Vice- 

Pres. and Gen. Man. of the Bank of 


James Henry Dalziel, Esq. , M. P. 
Luke White, Esq., m.p, 
James Duckworth, Esq., M.P. 
Frederick Prat Alliston, Esq. 
Thomas Barclay, Esq. 
Nathaniel Bodington, Esq. 
John Bromley, Esq., cb. 
Charles Burt, Esq. 
H. J. F. Considine, Esq., C.B., c.v.o. 
Herbert George Fordham, Esq. 
George J. Frampton, Esq., R,A. 
Richaid Charles (iai-ton, Esq. 
Jonathan Hutchinson, Esq., M.D., ll.d., 

F.R.CS., F.R.S. 

T. Buxton Morrish, Esq. 

Thomas Oliver, Esq., m.d. 

R. J. Thompson, Esq. 

Joseph John Thomson,Esq., d.Sc.,LL.I)., 

Ph.D., F.R.S. 

Edward Daniel "Walker, Esq. 

Stewart Woodhouse, Esq., m.d. 

Rear-Adm. Sydney Marow Eardley- 

Archibald FitzGerald Law, Esq., Chief 
Judicial Commissioner, Federated 
Malay States. 

Lt.-Col. the Hon, Albert John Gould, 
President of the Senate of the Com- 
monwealth of Australia. 

Alessandro Chapelle, ll.d., Baron of San 
Giovanni, one of His Majesty's Judges 
for the Island of Malta. 

Hugh Graham, Esq., of Montreal. 

Viscount Esher, G.c.v.o. 

Lt.-Gen, Josceline H. Wodehouse, C.B., 


Sir Courtenay Peregrine llbert, K.c.s.i., 


Arthur Theodore Thring, Esq., c.B. 
Donald Macalister, Esq., M.D., M.A. 

G.C.V.O. '3. 
Earl of Derby, k. c.v.o., c.B. 
Viscount Coke, K.C. V.O., c.m.g. 

Lord Lovat, c.v.o., also appointed A. D.o. 

to His Majesty, 
S'r James Gildea, c.v.o., C.B, 
Charles Alfred Cripps, Esq. , K,c. 

Rear-Adm, Frederick Tower- Hamilton, 


M.V.0,'8 (4th Class). 
Percival Horton Smith Hartley, M.V.O. 

(5th class) 
Rev. Francis A, Stanley fifolkes. Chap. 

in Ord. to His Majesty, 
Montagu Egerton Loftus, H.M.'s Consul 

at Cherbourg. 
Major Henry Collings Sheppard. 


Alfred Russel Wallace, Esq., F.R.S., 
LL.D., D.C.L., Pres. of the Land 
Nationalisation Society. 

G. C.M.G. 
Lt.-Col. Sir Matthew Nathan, R.E., 
K.C.M.G., Gov. and Commander-in- 
Chief, Natal. 




Sir Thomas David Gibson-Caiinichael, 
Bart., Governor of Victoria. 

James Haldane Stewart Lockhart, Esq., 
C.M.G., Commissioner of Wei-hai-Wei. 

The Hon. Thomas Thomson Ewing, 
Minister of State forDefence, Common- 
wealth of Australia. 

The Hon. Robert Wallace Best, Vice- 
President of the Executive Council, 
Commonwealth of Australia. 

Maj.-Gen. Percy Henry Noel Lake, c.B., 
C.M.G., Inspector-General, Canadian 

Capt. Arthur Henderson Young, c.m.g., 
Colonial Secretary,S traits Settlements. 


Sir John Langdon Bonython, Knt., in 
recognition of services to the Common- 
wealth of Australia. 

Samuel William Knaggs, Esq., Colonial 
Secretary of Trinidad and Tobago, at 
present administering the Government 
of that Colony. 

Brig.-Gen.Donald Alexander Macdonald, 
I.S.O., Quartermaster-Goneral, Cana- 
dian Militia. 

Col. Reginald Salmond Curtis, r.e., 
D.S.O., in recognition of services as 
Inspector-General of the South African 

Harry Augustus Frederick Cun'ie, Esq., 
Manager of the Uganda Railway. 

George Thomas Plowman, Esq., Secre- 
tary of Railways and Harbours, Natal. 

Vincenzo Frendo Azopardi, Esq., LL.D., 
Crown Advocate, Malta. 

Alexander George Boyle, Esq., Sub- 
Commissioner, Eastern Province, 
Uganda Protectorate. 

Frederic Charles Loos, Esq., Unofficial 
Member of the Legislative Council, 

Capt. Lambert Cameron Jackson, k.b., in 
recognition of services in connection 
with the survey of the Orange River 





a Ababrelton, Kobert, f.r.g.s., f.s.s., 
F.R.B.S., sec. lands commsn. (Natal) from 
1900, and lands board from 1902 : Pieter- 
maritzburg, Natal. 

Abadie, maj.-gen. Henry Richd., C.B. 
(1891); b. 1841; m. 1, Kate, dau. {d. 
1883) of G. Sandeman ; 2, 1890, Caroline, 
dau. of late col. F. Gostling ; served in 
Abyssinian campaign 1867-8 ; Afghan 
war 1879-80 ; commd. 9 lancers 1884-7, 
87 regtl. dist. (R. Irish Fus.; 1890-4 ; 
commdt. cavalry depot at Canterbury 
1894-7, commdg. Eastern dist. 1899- 
1900, special service W. C. of Africa in 
1900, It.-gov. of Jersey 1900-4, maj.-gen. 
1897 ; ret. p. 1904, hon. col. Cadet corps 
(Victoria coll. Jersey) Channel Islands 
mil. from 1904 : United Service club. 

Abbey, Edwin Austin, ha. (1898). 
A.R.A. (1896) ;s.ofWm. Abbey, of Philal 
delphia, U.S.A. ; b. 1852. 

Abbott, Hy., j.p. (1908) Suffolk: 
Debenham, Stowmarket. 

Abbott, col. Hy. Alexius, C.B. (1898), 
4 s. of late maj.-gen. Augustus Abbott, 
C.B., Bengal artill. ; b. 1849; m. 1883, 
Isabella A., 2 dau. of Robt. Laing, of 
Kinder, Kirkcudbrightshire ; served 
in Afghan war 1878-80, at Caudahar; 
Soudan campaign 1885 ; Miranzai 
expdn. 1891 in commd. 15 Sikhs ; 
operations on N.W. frontier, India 
1897-8 ; temp, brig, -gen. on staff in India 
1903-6, on U.S. list 1906, Ind. army. 

Abbott, Wm. Geo., s. of late Wm. 
Abbott; 6.1836: m. 1867, Fanny, dau. 
of late John Sims ; actg. consul at 
Erzeroom 1866-7 ; attached as sec-inter- 

preter to H.M.'s commsn. for settlement 
of Turco-Russian boundary in Asia 
Minor ; act. consul at the Dardanelles 
1858-60 ; empJyd. in embassy at Con- 
stantinople in 1862, as priv. sec. to sir 
Hy. Bulwer (afterwards lord Balling 
and Bulwer) ; actg. consul- gen. at 
Tabreez, Persia 1863-4 ; emplyd. on 
special service on shores of Caspian sea, 
and at headquarters of Persian army at 
Asterabad, operating against Turcoman 
tribes ; consul at Resht 1865-75 ; consul- 
gen, at Tabreez 1875-89 ; directed to 
proceed to Urumiah in 1880 to inquire 
into condition of the Nestorian Christians 
and present when that town was in- 
vested by the Kurds ; transferred to Rio 
de Janeiro 1889, ret. 1895 : Oriental club. 

Abbott, maj.-gen. Wm. Hy., It.-col. 
commndg. (col. 1885) 1 battn. R. Munster 
Fus. 1883-7 ; ret. p. 1887. 

Abbott, lady. — Edith, dau. of J. Solo- 
mon ; m. 1883, as his 2 wife, hon. sir 
Joseph Palmer Abbott, K.C.M.G., speaker 
of N. S. Wales legisl. assembly 1892-1900 
(d. 1901) : Tarella, St Leonard's, N. 
Sydney, N. S. Wales. 

Abbott, hon. Gwen Elfrida Penelope, 
dau. of 4 baron Tenterden ; b. 1908. 

Abbs, Hy. Cooper, eld. survg. s. of C. 
Abbs, of Monks wearmouth (d. 1872) ; 
barr. Inner Temple 1868; j.p. co. Dur- 
ham : 36 Burdon terr. Newcastle-on 

Abdy, capt. Anthony Chas. Sykes, 2 
s. of sir Thos. NeviUe Abdy, 1 bt. m.p. (d. 
1877); b. 1848 ; m. 1886, hon. Alexandrina 
Victoria, 4 dau. of 4 baron Macdonald, 6. 


1860 ; serred in Egyptian war 1882, mily. 
attache at Vienna 1886, capt. late 2 life 
gds. heir pres. to baronetcy : 10 Lowndes 
sq. S.W. 

Abdy, sir William Neville, 2 bart. 
(1849), eld. s. of 1 bart. (d. 1877); b. 
1844 ; m. 1883. Marie Therese Petritzka, 
of Prague ((i. 1902); 2, 1902, Eliza Sarah, 
dau. (marriage dissolved 1905) of late 
Oscar Wm, Beech ; J. p. Essex (sheriff 
1884) {Heir, bro. capt. Anthony C. S., 
q.v.) : 15 Hanover sq, W. ; Carlton club. 

A'Beckett, lady.— Susannah Emily, 
dau. of late Benjn. Eccleston ; m. 1864, 
sir Albert A'Beckett, knt., assist, i 
accountant-gen. of the Army 1898-1904 ' 
{d. 1904) : 6 Brompton sq. S.W. i 

Abercorn, 2 duke of (1868, ir.). James 
Hamilton, E.G. (1892), p.c. (Irel. 1887), j 
C.B. (1885), eld. s. of 1 duke, K.G., ' 
P.c. {d. 1885) ; b. 1838 ; m. 1869, lady 
Mary A., dau. of 1 earl Howe ; 2nd 
tit. and sits as marq. of Hamilton 
(1790, Gt. B.); M.A. Oxon., kt. of the 
Dannebrog order, and of St. Anne of 
Russia, Iron Crown of Austria, hon. col. 
Donegal mil. 1860-91, and of North 
Irish Horse from 1903, lord of the bed- 
chamber to the Prince of Wales (Edward 
VII.)1866-86.groom of the stole toH.R.H. 
1886-1901, lord lieut. co. Donegal, J.P. 
CO. Tyrone, m.p. (c.) Donegal 1860-80, 
ensign Roy. Company of Archers from 
1^108 {Heir, s. marq. of Hamilton, q.v.) : 
61 Green st. Grosvenor sq. W. ; Carlton, 
White's, Travellers', Turf, St. Stephen's, 
Marlborough and Sackville Street (Dub- 
lin)clubH; Baron's Court,Tyrone,Ireland. 

Abercrombie, Thomas, J. p. (1907) 
Herefordshire : Castle Farm, Madley, 

Abercromby, lord(4 baron 1801, U.K.), 
George Ralph Campbell Abercromby, 
eld. s. of 3 baron (d 1852); b. 1838; 
m. 1858, lady Julia J. (one of Queen 
Victoria's ladies of the bedchamber in , 
ordny. 18— -85), dau. of 2 earl of Cara- 
perdown, b. 1840; J.P. co. Stirling, n.L., 
J.P. CO. Clackmannan {Heir, bro. hon. 
John, q.v.) : 1 1 Grosvenor st. W. ; Turf 

Abercromby, sir George William, 8 
bart. (1636), eld. s. of 7 bart. (d. 189.^); 
6. 1886 ; chief of the clan Abercromby 
{Heir, bro. Robt. A., b. 1895) : 2 It. 
Scots gds. from 1906: 48 and 49 Jermyn 
St. S. W. ; Forglen House, Turriff, 
Aberdeenshire . 

Abercromby, hon. John, 2 s. of 3 
baron Abercromby; b. 1841 ; late lieut. 
rifle brigade ; heir presumptive to his 
brother : 62 Palmerston pi. Edinburgh. 

Abercromby(rt. hon.), lady. — wife of 
4 baron Abercromby : 39 CSiarlee st. 
Berkeley sq. W. 

Aberdare, lord (2 baron 1873, U.K.) 
Henry Campbell Bruce, v.D., eld. s. of 1 
baron, G.C.B., P.c. {d. 1895) ; 6. 1851 ; 
m. 1880, Constance Mary, dau. of late 
Hamilton Beckett, by dau. of 1 and last 
baron Lyndhurst ; D.L., J.P. Glamorgan- 
shire, J.P. Hants., maj. (hon. It.-col. 1900) 
3 vol. battn. Welsh regt. 1899-1901 
{Heir,s. hon. Hy. Lyndhurst Bruce, q.v.): 
83 Eaton sq. S.W. ; Duffryn, Mountain 
Ash, S. Wales ; Kinrara, Aviemore, N.B. 

Aberdeen, 7 earl of (1682, sco.). John 
Campbell Gordon, K.T. (1906), P.C. 
(1886), G.C.M.G. (1895), P.8.A.; b. 1847; 
m. 1877, hon. Ishbel Maria (ll.d. 
Queen's Univ. Kingston, Canada), 
dau. of 1 baron Tweedmouth, sits 
as vise. Gordon (1814, U.K.); 2nd tit. 
vise. Formartine and baron Haddo ; 
M.A. Oxon, LL.D. M'Gill University, 
Montreal, Queen's University, Kingston, 
Ont., Priocetown Univ. U.S.A. and Har- 
vaid Univ. U.S.A. ; D.L. Aberdeen City ; 
lord-lieut. of Aberdeenshire from 1880 
and pres. Territorial Force Assoc, from 
1908 ; Lord Highcommr. to gen. Assem- 
bly of Church of Scotland, 1881-2-3- 
4-5, lord-lieut. of Ireland Feb. to Aug. 
1886, and from 1905, hon. col. 1 Aberdeen- 
shire R. G. A. (vols.) 1888, It. Roy. 
Co, of Archers from 1907, v.p. R. Colonial 
Inst, from 1891, gov.-gen, of Canada 
1893-8; {Heir, s. lord Haddo, q.v.)-. 
Vice Regal Lodge, Phoenix Park, Dub- 
lin ; Bruoks's and Bachelors' clubs ; 
Haddo House, Aberdeen ; House of 
Cromar, Tarland, N.B. ; Coldstream, 
Vernon, B. Columbia. 

Aberdeen and Orkney, bp. of. rt. 
rev. Rov\land Ellis, d.d. Oxon., s. of 
Thos. Ellis, of Caerwys, Flints ; vicar 
of Gwersyllt, Denbighs. 1868-72 Mold, 
Flints 1872-84, r.d. of Mold 1873-84, 
synod clerk of dioc. of Edinburgh and 
canon of Edint.urgh Cath. 1899-1906, 
rect. oi St. Paul, York pi. Edinburgh 
1884-1906, bp. of Aberdeen and Orkney 
from 1906 : Bishop's Court, Aberdeen. 

Aberdoiir,lord. Sholto Chas. Douglas, 
eld. s. of earl of Morton ; b. 1878 : w.1905, 
Minnie Christina Brenda, dau. of adml. 
of the fleet lord John Hay, G.C.B.; capt. 4 
battn. (mil.) Uxford L. 1. 1899-1902, 
capt. Leicestershire yeo. from 1906 : 
Stronchriggan Houfee, Fort William, N .B. 

Abergavenny, 1 marq. of (1876, 
U.K.). William Nevill, k.g. (1886), eld. 
s. of rev. 4 earl of Abergavenny {d. 
1868) ; b. 1826 ; m. 1848, Caroline 



(d. 1892), dau. of sir J. Vanden- 
Bempde- Johnstone, 2 bart. ; 2nd tit. earl 
of Le-vres ; formerly in 2nd life guards, 
capt. W. Kent Yeo. 1850-3, hon. col. 
from 1875, and of Sussex yeo. from 
1901 ; J.P. Sussex (h.m.'s lieut. 1892-1905) 
and Kent {Heir, s. earl of Lewes, q.v.) : 
6 Wilton St. S.W. ; Carlton club ; Bridge 
Castle, Tunbridge Wells; Nevill Hall, 

Abemethy, Geo. Neill, M.inst. c.b., 
2 s. of Jas. Abernethy, Past Pres. inst. 
C.B,, P.R.S.E., of Whiteness, Kent; b. 
1854 ; m. 1883 ; J.P. (1901) Surrey : 4 
Delahay st. Westminster, S.W. ; Jun. 
Carlton and Whitehall clubs ; Broom 
Hall, Oxshott, Leatherhead. 

Abingdon,? earl of (1682, Bng.). Mon- 
tagu Arthur Bertie, eld. s. of 6 earl {d. 
1884) ; b. 1836 ; m. 1, eld. dau. and co- 
heir {d. 1873) of Charles Towneley, of 
Towneley, Lancashire ; 2, 1883, G-wende- 
line Mary, dau. of late It.-gen. hon. sir 
J. C. Dormer, k.o.b. and sis. of 13 
baron Dormer ; 2nd tit. baron Norreys ; 
It.-col. commdt. Berks, mil. 1863-80, hon. 
col. from 1880, J.P., D.L. Berks, j.P. 
Oxon., heir pres. to earldom of Lindsay, 
high steward of Abingdon {Heir, s. lord 
Norreys : Carlton and Travellers' clubs ; 
Wytham Abbey, Oxford. 

Abingrei^) lord (5 baron 1835, U.K.). 
Shelley Leopold Lawrence Scarlett, s. 
of It.-col. Leopold Jas. Y. C. Scarlett 
{d. 1888), and cousin to 4 baron (d. 1903) ; 
b. 1872 ; m. 1899, Lila L. C, dau. of late 
rt. hon. sir Wm. White, G.C.B., g.C.m.g., 
and widow of late kammerherr C. E. de 
Greijer, of Swedish diplomatic service ; 
hon. attache to legation at Berne 1894, 
at Stockholm 1897, capt. (hon. maj. 
1906) 3 battn. (mil.) Bedfordshire regt. 
1897-1908, J.P. (1905) Hants {Heir, bro., 
hon. R. B. C. Scarlett, q.v.): Carlton, 
Jun. United Service, Wellington and 
Garrick clubs ; Boscombe Manor, Bourne- 
mouth ; Arun House, Horsham. 

Abingrer (rt. hon.) Helen, — lady, dau. 
of comm. Magruder, U.S. navy ; m. 
1863, It.-gen. 3 baron Abinger, c.B. {d. 
1892) : 46 Cornwall gdns. S.W. ; Red- 
ford, Ockley, Dorking ; Inverlochy 
Castle, Fort William, N.B. 

Abney, sir Wm. de Wiveleslie, k.c.b.,, D.C.L., P.R.S., eld. s. of late rev. 
preb. Edward Hy. Abney, vicar of St. 
Alkmunds, co. Derby ; b. 1843 ; m. 1, 1864, 
Agnes M. youngest dau. {d. 1888) of 
Edwd. Wm. Smith, of Tickton Hall, 
Yorks ; 2, 189(t. Mary Louisa, dau. of late 
rev. E. Mead, d.d., of St. Mary's, Scar- 
boro', U.S.A. ; ret. capt. r.e., J.P. (1896) 

Derbyshire and Leicestershire, ex-prea. 
R. Astronl. Soc, ex-pres. Physical Soc, 
ex-pres. Roy. Photographic Soc, direc- 
tor for science, science and art dopt. 
1893-9, prjnc. asst. sec. Board of Educa- 
tion (secondary branch. South Kensing- 
ton) 1899-1903, adviser to Board of 
Educn. in matters connected with science 
from 1903 : Rathmore Lodge, South 
Bolton gdns. S.W. ; Athenaeum club ; 
Measham Hall, Leicestershire. 

Aboyne, earl of (title which would 
be borne by eld. s. if any living, of marq. 
of Huntly). 

Abraham, John Geo., j.p. (1907) 
Middlesex : 80 Hanley road, Hornsey, N. 

Abraham, John Geo., j.p. (1900) Ox- 
fordshire : Lower Court, Ohadlington, 
Charlbury S.O. Oxon. 

Abraham, Wm., s. of T. Abraham, 
a working collier ; b. 1842 ; is a Welsh 
"bard," and commonly known by his 
bardic name " Mabon," worked in the 
mines at 10 years of age, a miners' 
agent from 1873, v.p. of the S. Wales 
and Monmouthshire Conciliation Board, 
Pres. S.Wales Miners' Federation, treas. 
Miners' Federation of G.B., j.p. Glamor- 
ganshire, M.p. (L.) Glamorganshire 
(Rhondda divn.) from 1885 : Bryn-y- 
Bedw, Pentre S.O. Glam. ; Westminster 
Palace Hotel, Victoria st. S.W. 

Abraham, Wm. ; 6.1840 ; m.p. (n.) W. 
Limerick 1885-92, N. E. Cork from 1893 : 
26 Ashmount rd. Hornsey lane, N. 

Abrahams, Lionel, c.B. (1908), only s. 
of M. Abrahams, London ; b. 1869 ; m. 
1896, Lucy, dau. of N. S. Joseph, Lon- 
don ; asst. financial sec. at India office 
1901-2 and sec. from 1902 : 18 Porchester 
terr. W. ; India office, S.W. 

Acheson, vise. Archibald Charles 
Brabazon Montagu Acheson, eld. s. of 4 
earl of Gosford ; b. 1877 ; in S. African 
war 1899-1901, A.D.c. to maj.-gen. G. T. 
Pretyman (mily. gov. of Kimberley) 
1900, It. Coldst. gds. 1899-1902 : Guards' 
and Travellers' clubs. 

Acheson, maj .-gen. hon. Edwd. Archi- 
bald Brabazon, s. of 3 earl of Gosford, 
K.P. ; b. 1844; m. 1869, Clementina, dau. 
of late gen. sir Gaspard Le Marchant, 
K.C.B., G.c.M.G. ; maj. and It.-col. (col. 
1886) coldst. gds. 1882-7; ret. p. 1887 
with rank of maj.-gen. : Travellers' club. 

Acheson, hon. Patrick Geo. Edward 
Cavendish, M.v.o. 5 class (1904), s. of 
4 earl of Gosford; b. 1883 ; It. R.N. 1904. 

Acheson, lady Theodosia Louise A. ; 
dau. of 4 earl of Gosford. 

Achoniry, bp. (r.c.) of, rt. rev. John 
Lyster, d.d. eld. 8. of Patrick Ljster, of 


Lysterfleld, oo. Roscommon ; b. 1850 ; 
bp. (B.C.) of Achonry from 1888 : Th€ 
Abbey, Ballaghadereen S.O. co. Ros- 

Ackers, Benj. St. John, only survg. 
s. of Jas. Ackers, of Prinknash Park, M.P. 
(d. 1868) ; b. 1839 ; m. 1861, Louisa M. J. 
dau. of late C. Brooke Hunt, of Bowden 
Hall, Grlo'stershire, J.P., D.L. : is D.L., 
j.p. G-lo'stershire (sheriff 1904), M.P. (c.) 
W. G-lo'stershire in 1885 : Carlton club ; 
Huntley Manor, Gloucester. 

Ackroyd, vide Rawson-Ackroyd. 

Ackroyd, Geo., 2 s. of Geo. Ackroyd, 
of Bradford, Yorks ; b. 1851 ; m. 1902, 
Susan P., dau. of H. G. Earnshaw, of 
Court St. Lawrence, Monmouthshire ; 
J.p. (1905) W.R. Yorks: Harden Hall, 

Ackroyd, Wm., eld. s. of late Thos. 
Ackroyd, Oakroyd Hall, Birkenshaw {d. 
1877) ; b. 1849 ; m. 1880, Eleanor, only 
dau. of W. M. Micklethwaite, of The 
Grove, Upper Hopton, Yorks ; j.p. W.R. 
Yorks : Nan-Tan, Wortley, Leeds. 

Ackroyd, lady. — Mary,eld.dau.of late 
Hy. Wm. Lucas ; m. 1880, sir Edwd. Jas. 
Ackroyd, knt., late puisne judge of 
supreme court, Hong Kong (d. 1904). 

Aclaud, Alfred Dyke, youngest s. of 
sir Henry Wentworth Acland, 1 bart., 
K.C.B. (d. 1900) ; b. 1858 ; m. 1885, hon. 
Beatrice Danvers, dau. of 1 viscountess 
Hambleden ; maj. R. 1 Devon I. Y. 
from 1902, J.P. (1906) Herts : 3 Cadogan 
sq. S.W. ; Digswell House, Welwyn. 

Acland, rt. hon. Arthur Herbert Dyke 
P.O., M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxon., 2 s. of rt. hon. 
sir Thos. Dyke Acland, 11 bart, P.O., 
M.P., D.L., J.P., (^d. 1898) ; b. 1847; 
m. 1873, Alice S. eld. dau. of rev. Eras. 
M. Cunningham, rect. of Witney, Oxon. ; 
sen. bursar of Balliol Coll. and steward 
of Christ Church, Oxford, from 1877, 
v.p. of comm. of council on educ. 1892-5, 
M.P. (l.) W.R. (Southern divn.) Yorks 
(Rotherham divn.) 1885-99, heir pres. to 
baronetcy : 29 St. James' court, 45 Buck- 
ingham gate, S.W. ; Dunkery House, 
Eelixstowe, Suffolk ; Athenaeum and 
National Liberal clubs. 

Acland, sir Chas. Thos. Dyke, 12 
bart. (1644), M.A Oxon j eld. s. of 
11 bart., P.O., M.P., D.L., J.P. {d. 1898) ; 
b. 1842 ; m. 1879, Gertrude, 3 dau. of 
sir John Walrond, 1 bart., by youngest 
dau. of 2 baron Bridport ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1869 ; dept. warden of the Stan- 
naries, maj. (hon. It.-col. 1886) 1 Devon 
yeom. 1883-93; capt. Devon mounted 
rifles 1866-77 ; J.P Cornwall, D.L., J.P. 
Somerset and Devon (sheriff 1903, C.A. 

from 1889) ; sec. to board of trade and 2 
Church estates commr. in 1886, M.P. (l.) 
East Cornwall 1882-5, North Eastern 
divn. 1885-92 (Heir, bro. rt. hon. Arthur 
H. D., q.v.) ; Athenaeum and Travellers' 
clubs ; Killerton, Exeter ; Holnicote, 

Acland, Eras. Dyke, eld. and only 
survg. s. of rt. hon. Arthur Herbert 
Dyke Acland, p.c. ; b. 1874 ; m. 1905, 
Eleanor Margaret, eld. dau. of Chas. Jas. 
Cropper, of Ellergreen, Westmorland, 
by hon. Edith E., eld. dau. of 1 vise. 
Knutsford, P.O., g.O.m.g. ; jun. examiner 
Educn. Office 1900-3, j.p. (1908) N. R. 
Yorks, fin. sec. to War office from 1908, 
M.P. (l.) N. R. Yorks (Richmond divsn.) 
from 1906 : 118 Grosvenor rd. S.W. ; 
Brooks's and Travellers' clubs ; Colby 
Hall, Askrigg, Yorks. 

Acland, capt. John Edwd., M.A.Oxon., 
2 s. of Arthur Hy. Dyke Troyte (formerly 
Acland), of Huntsham, Devon {d. 1857) 
and grands, of sir Thos. Dyke Acland, 
10 bart., M.P. {d. 1871) ; b. 1848 ; m. 1882, 
Norah L. Nugent, dau. of Hy. Hyde 
Nugent Bankes; is j.p. (1900) Dorset; 
curator of Dorset county museum : Wol- 
laston House, Dorchester, Dorset. 

Acland, Reginald Brodie Dyke, K.c, 
M.A. Oxon., 5 s. of sir Hy. Wentworth 
Acland, 1 bart., K.C.B., M.D., ll.d., d.C.L. 
F.R.S. {d. 1900) ; b. 1856 ; m. 1885, Helen 
E., dau. of rev. Thos. Fox, rect. of 
Temple Combe, Somerset ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1881, k.c. 1904, jun. counsel to 
the Admiralty 1897-1904. rec. of Shrews- 
bury 1901-3, of Oxford from 1903, judge 
advocate of the fleet from 1904, J.P. 
(1900) Berks (vice-chm. quart. ses3.): 
Hornton Cottage, Hornton street, Ken- 
sington, W. ; 2 Hare court, Temple, 
E.G. ; Cold Ash, nr. Newbury. 

Acland, adml. sir Wm. Alison Dyke, 
2 bt. (1890), c.v.o. (1903), P.R.G.S., eld. 
s. of sir Hy. W. Acland, 1 bart., K.c.B. 
{d. 1900) ; b. 1847; ?n. 1887, hon. Emily 
Anna, dau. of late rt. hon. W. H. Smith, 
M.P., and 1 viscountess Hambleden ; at- 
tached to Chilian army in war between 
Chili and Peru 1881; dep. commnr. Pacific 
1884; A.D.c. to Queen Victoria 1896-9; 
adml.-supdt. Gibraltar 1902-4 ; adml. 
1908 ; J.P. (1887) Oxfordshire and (1905) 
Devon (Heir J s. Wm. Hy. D., q.v.) : 
United Service and Athenaeum clubs. 

Acland, Wm. Hy. Dyke, eld. s. of 
adml. sir Wm. Alison Dyke Acland, 2 
bart., c.v.o. ; b. 1888. 

A'Court, vide Holmes-A'Court. 

A'Court Repington, It.-col. Chas., 
c.M.G. (1900), eld. s. of Chas. Hy. Wynd- 


ham A'Court Repington, of Amington 
Hall, Warwickshire, M.P. {d. 1903) ; b. 
1858 ; served in Afghan war 1878, Burma 
1889. Nile expdn. 1898, S. African war 
1899-1900, mily. attach^ at Brussels and 
the Hague 1900-1, and one of the British 
delegates at the peace conference at the 
Hague 1899, It.-col. (ret. 1901) late Rif. 
brig., commdr. order of Leopold, officer 
leg. hon. : Maryon Hall, Frognal lane, 
N.W. ; Naval and Military club ; Aming- 
ton Hall, Tam worth. 

Acton, lord (2 baron 1869, U.K.), sir 
Richd. Maximilian Dalberg-Acton, 9 
bart. (1644), M.v.o. 4 class (1901), eld. 
and only survg. s, of 1 baron, K.c.v.o., 
D.C.L., LL.D,, P.8.A., prof. of modem 
history at Cambridge {d. 1902), by 
Marie, dau. of count Arco Valley ; h. 
1870 ; TO. 1904, Dorothy, only dau. of 
Thos. Hy. Lyon, of Appleton Hall, 
Cheshire, j.p. ; 3 sec. in diplomatic 
service 1896-1900, 2 sec. 1900-8, sec. from 
1908, a lord in waiting to the King 1905-8, 
1st class Prussian Order of the Crown, 
Grand Cross of Dannebrog and grand 
officer leg. 'hon.{Heir. s. hon. John E. H., 
g.v.) : British Legation, The Hague ; 
Athenaeum and Marlborough clubs ; Al- 
denham Park, Bridgnorth, Salop. 

Acton, Augustus Wood-, s. of late J. 
Wood, of Martock, Somerset, by Mary, 
niece of T. P. Stackhouse- Acton ; 6.1842; 
m. 1880, Laura Charlotte, dau. of rev. R. 
Surtees, vicar of Holtby, Yorks ; J.r. 
Somerset and Salop, J.P., D.L. Hereford- 
shire; assumed additional name of Acton 
by royal licence in 1874 : Acton Scott 
Biall, Church Stretton, Salop. 

Acton, capt. Edwd. Wm. Fredk., eld. 
s. of It.-col. E. F. Acton of Gatacre Park, 
Salop, J.P., D.L. {d. 1890) ; b. 1834 ; m. 
1855, Helen, dau. {d. 1887) of W. P. 
Ranney, of St. John's, N. Brunswick; 
J.p. Salop ; capt. late 76 foot : Constitu- 
tional club ; The Leasowes, Bridgnorth. 

Acton, hon. John Emerich Henry, 
Dalberg-Acton ; 6. 1907. 

Acton, Thos. Vincent, 2 s. of Wm. 
Joseph Acton, of Wolverton Hall, 
Worcestershire ; b. 1836 ; m. 1876, Mar- 
garet, dau. of sir Arnold Knight, of Six 
Hills, Lincolnshire ; J.p. (19 — ) Wor- 
cestershire ; Jun. Conservative club ; 
Berkeley House, Overbury, Tewkesbury. 

Acton (rt. hon. ) dow. lady. — Marie, 
dau. of count.Arco Valley ; to. 1865, 1 
baron Acton, K.c.v.o., d.c.l., ll.d., 
P.8.A. {d. 1902) : Tegernsee, Bavaria. 

Acton, hon. Annie Catherine Dalberg-, 
b. 1868; hon. Jeanne Marie Dalberg-, h. 
1876 ; daus, of 1 baron Acton. 

Acton, hon. Marie Immacul6e An- 
toinette Dalberg-, b. 1905 ; hon. Dorothy 
Elizabeth AnnePellineDalberg-,6. 1906; 
daus. of 2 baron Acton. 

Acutt, Ernest Leslie, c.m.g. (1902), 
s. of late Robt. Acutt; b. 1855; to. 
1890, Madeleine C, dau. of Hugh Gil- 
lespie ; mayor of Durban 1901 : Berea, 
Durban, Natal. 

Ac'worth., Granville Lowther, s. of 
N. B. Acworth, of The Hook, Herts ; b. 
1855 ; TO. 1S89, Alice, dau. of rev. A. S. 
Latter, of Downham Market, Norfolk: 
J.p. (1907) Glo'stershire : Oriental club ; 
Hill Ash, Dymock, Gloucester. 

Acworth, Harry Arbuthnot, C.I.E., 
2 s. of late N. B. Acworth, of Northaw, 
Herts, J.P. ; b. 1849 ; to. 1880, Anna M. 
G., 2 dau. of col. C. V. Jenkins, B. S. C. ; 
I.C.S. 1870-96, barr. Lincoln's Inn 
1870, municipal commr. for city of Bom- 
bay 1890, ret. 1896, J.P. (1900) Worcester- 
shire : The Benhams, Great Malvern. 

Adair, rear-adml. Chas. Hy. , b. 1851 ; 
It. of " Helicon " during naval and mily. 
operations in the Eastern Soudan, at 
Suakin 1884-5, a.d.c. to the King 1904-5, 
commdg. reserve divn. at Sheerness and 
Chatham in 1906, commdg. 2 cruiser 
squadron from 1907, rear-adml. 1905 : 
Chevening, Portmore Park rd. Wey- 

Adair, capt. sir Frederick Edwd. 
Shafto, 4 bt. (1838), eld. s. of 3 bt., M.P., 
D.L., J.P. (d. 1902) ; b. 1860 ; J.P.Norfolk 
and Suffolk, late capt. 3 battn. Rif. 
brig, {ffeir, hro. Robt. Shafto, q.v.) : 
Pratt's, Boodle's, Travellers' and Naval 
and Military clubs ; Flixton HalJ, 
Bungay ; The Castle, Bally mena, co. An- 
trim ; Adair Lodge, Aldeburgh, Suffolk. 

Adair, Harold, s. of Joseph Adair, of 
Gillfort, Cumberland; J. 1856 ; m. 1895, 
dau. of Joseph Jackson, of Calder House, 
Garslang, Lanes ; J.P. (1908) Cumber- 
land : Ringingstone, Egremont S.O. 

Adair, maj.-gen. Henry, s. of maj.- 
gen. T. B. Adair,^C.B. ; b. 1828 ; to. 1, 1858, 
EHzabeth, dau. [d. 1890) of AVm. Navlor 
of Hartford, Cheshire ; 2, 1892, Catherine 
A., widow of genl. Thos. Gerrard Ball 
and youngest dau. of late rev. canon 
Jones, vicar of Llanrhaiader, Denbigh ; 
ret. 1882 as col. marine artill.: 7 Stanley 
pi. Chester. 

Adair, Robt. Shafto, B.A.Oxon.. 2 
s. of sir Hugh Edwd. Adair, 3 bt., m.p., 
D.L., J.p. {d. 1902); b. 1862; to. 1890, 
Mary, dau. of Hy. A. Bosanquet ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1890. heir pres. to 
baronetcy : 9 Lower Berkeley st. W. 



Adair, maj.-gen. "Wm. Thompson, 
R.M.L.I., h. 1850 ; served in S. African 
war 1900, col. commdt. r.m.l.i. 1905, 
D.A.G. of R.M. forces 1907, maj.-gen. 
1906 : 35 Hereford sq.B.W. ; Admiralty. 

Adair, mrs. Cornelia, dau. of gen. 
Wadsworth, of N. York {d. 1864) ; m. 1, 
1858, col. M. Ritchie {d. 1864) ; 2, 1867, 
John Geo. Adair, of Rathdaire, Queen's 
CO., D.L., J.P. (dl885) :30 Curzon st. W. ; 
G-lenveagh Castle, nr. Letterkenny, co. 

Adair, lady. — Harriet C, eld. dau. of 
late Alex. Adair, of Heatherton, Somer- 
set ; m. 1856, sir Hugh Edwd. Adair, 3 
bt., M.P., D.L,, J.P. {d. 1902) : Heather- 
ton, Pembury, Kent. 

Adam, Benjamin Addington, s. of 
Benj. Adam, of Oakham {d. 1890) ; h. 
1850 ; clerk of the peace and county 
council for Rutland : Oakham. 

Adam, hon. lord. James Adam, s, of 
Jas. Adam, 8.8.C. of Scotland; b. 1824; 
m. 1861, Catharine Beatson,dau. of John 
Beatson Bell, of Glenfarg, Perthshire, 
N.B. ; Scotch barr. 1849, judge of session 
(with judicial title of lord Adam) 1876- 
1905 : 34 Moray pi. Edinburgh ; Athen- 
aeum and New (Edinburgh) clubs. 

Adam., sir Charles Elphinstone,l bart. 
(1882),M.A.Ch.Ch. Oxon, eld. s. of rt. hon. 
Wm. Patrick Adam, of Blair Adam. P.O., 
M.P., CLE. {d. 1881); b. 1869 ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1885, D.L., j.p., c.c. Kinross-shire 
(convener and vice-lieut. from 1893), D.L., 
J.P. Fifeshire ; priv. sec. to parly, sec. of 
treas. 1892-4, to lord privy seal and to 
chanc. of Duchy of Lancaster (lord 
Tweedmouth) 1894-5, dim. co. Kinross 
Territl. Force Assoc, from 1908: 5 New 
sq. Lincoln's inn,W. C. ; Brooks's. United 
University and National Liberal clubs ; 
Blairadam House, Blairadam ; Barns, 
Blairadam, Kinross-shire. 

Adam, Chas. Fox Fredk. s. of gen. rt. 
hon. sir Fredk. Adam, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 
P.O. {d. 1853) ; 6. 1852 ; m. 1877, Juliet, 
dau. of late surg.-gen. Jas. C. Palmer, 
U.S. navy ; sec. to legation at Rio de 
Janeiro 1888-92, at Brussels 1892-7, 
of embassy at Washington 1897-8, at 
Madrid 1898-1904, councillor of embassy 
1904, ret. 1905 : 6 Wilton cres. S.W. 

Adam, sir Frank Forbes, c.i.E. (1888), 
LL.D. Mauch. Univ., s. of late James 
Graham Adam, of Denovan, Stirling- 
shire ; b. 1846 ; m. 1883, Rose Frances, 
dau. of C. G. Kemball, judge of high 
court, Bombay, 1870-85, of Metting- 
ham Castle, Suffolk ; trustee of Port of 
Bombay 1884-90, pres. of Bombay 

chamber of commerce 1884-9, prea. of 
Bank of Bombay 18 — ; memb. of 
council of gov. of Bombay 1884-90, 
cr, C.I.E. 1886, knighted 1890 ; pres. Man- 
chester Chamber of Commerce 1894-9 
and 1904, D.L. Lancashire, J.P. Manches- 
ter, chm. of council of Manchester 
Univ. : E. I. United Service and Union 
clubs ; Mere Old Hall, Knutsford, Chesh. 

Adam., Peter, eld. s. of Wm. Adam, 
J. p., of Kidderminster {d. 1898) : h. 
1855; m. 1880, Isabella, dau. of Jas. 
Neilson, of Glasgow ; j.p. (1906) Worces- 
tershire : National Liberal club ; Cairn- 
dhu, Kidderminster. 

Adam, William, 2 s. of Wm. Adam, 
J.p., of Kidderminster {d. 1898); b. 1856 ; 
m. 1887, Martha, dau. of James Dalziel, 
of Walkerburn, Scotland; j.p. (1906) 
Worcestershire : National Liberal club ; 
Lyndholm, Kidderminster. 

Adam, hon. mrs. Lilian Theresa 
Claire, only survg. dau. of 4 baron Ash- 
burton ; b. 1874 ; m. 1906, maj. Fredk. 
Loch Adam, M.v.o., Scots gds., mily. 
sec. (with temp, rank of It. -col.) to vice- 
roy of India [d. 1907). 

Adam.s, vide Goold- Adams. 

Adams, vide WooUcombe- Adams. 

Adams, Adam, 8. of Adam Adams, of 
Lowestoft ; 6. 1834 ; m. 1860, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Dunham J. Hoy, of Mattishall, 
Norfolk ; J.P. Suffolk and Lowestoft 
(mayor 1907-8) : 94 Denmark rd. Lowes- 

Adam.s, Geo., 3 s. of Thos. Adams, of 
Lancast, Cornwall; 6. 1823; m. 1890, 
Mary, dau. of Richd. Snell, of Men- 
heniot and Saltash, Cornwall; J.P. 
(1899) Cornwall: Home Park, Saltash. 

Adams, George North, j.p. (1898) 
Staffs : Summerfield, Wolverhampton. 

Adams, Herbt.Jordan, f.e.s.,f.r.h.8., 
F.Z.8. &c. 3 and youngest s. of Fras. 
Bryant Adams, of Chase Park, Enfield, 
Middlx. ; h. 1S38 ; J.P. (1904) Middlx. : 
Roseneath, London rd. Enfield, Middlx.; 
Constitutional, City Carlton and Royal 
Temple Yacht clubs. 

Adam.s, Jas., j.p. (1907) Pembroke- 
shire : Glanteify, Kilgerran S.O. Pem- 

Adams, John Loftus, eld. s. of capt. 
John Alex. Philipps Adams, late U.A., 
of Holyland, co. Pembroke, J.P. ((Z. 1901); 
b. 1870 ; J.P. (1901) Pembrokeshire. 

Adams, John Warner, only child of 
late MillardAdams, of Egglngton House, 
Beds ; lord of the manor of Hockliffe : 
Hockliffe House, Hockliffe, Beds. 

Adam.s, Joseph Oliver, eld. s. of 
Joseph Olivei' Adams, of Bugbrooke, 



Nortbants; h. 1862; m. 1897, Ethel 
Mary, dau. of Wm. Asliby, J.P.. of Long 
Buckby, Nortbants ; J.P. (1906) Nortb- 
ants : Whiteball, Weedon, Nortbants. 

Adams, It.-col.JosephWood Richards, 
s. of E. R. Adams, D.L., J.P. ; J.P. Surrey 
and CO. London; maj. (hon. It.-col. 1894) 6 
battn. (rail.) Middlx. regt. 1890-99 : 15 De 
Vere gdns. W. ; Conservative and Na- 
tional clubs. 

Adams, Josiab Oake, m.d. Durh., 
F.R.C.8., 4 s. of Arthur Lidstone Adams, 
of Plymouth ; b. 1842 ; w. 1872, only dau. 
of F. Harvey, of Wbitwick, Leicester- 
shire ; J.P. (i907) CO. London : 63 Ken- 
ninghall rd. and Brooke House, Upper 
Clapton, N.E. 

Adams, maj.-gen. Robt. Bellew, c.b. 
(1898), v.c, s. of late major Robert 
Roy Adams, I.S C. ; b. 1856 ; served in 
Afghan war 1879-80 ; Chitral relief force 
1895 ; operations on N.W. frontier, India 
1897-8; A.D.c. to the King 1901-6, 
commdr. Derajat brig. Northern army, 
India, maj.-gen. 1906 : Dera Ismail 
Khan, India. 

Adam.s, Samuel Allen, eld. s. of John 
Hervey Adams, of Northlands, co. 
Cavan, j.P. {d. 1871); b. 1847 ; m. 1871, 
Frances D., duu. of rev. D. W. Preston, 
rect. of Killinkere ; J.P. co. Cavan, late 
It. Tipperary mil. : Northlands, Carrick- 
macroi-'s, Ireland. 

Adams, Thos., J.P. (1902) Devon : 
Greyston, Kingsbridge, Devon. 

Adams, Tom Byron, 2 s. of Geo. 
Adams of Wolverhampton, Staffs ; b. 
1856 ; m. 1879, Helen, dau. of John 
Riley, of Bedwortb, Warwickshire; J. P. 
(1904), Staflfs : Compton Hall, nr. Wol- 

Adams, maj.-gen. Thos. Edmund, s. 
of late hon. W. H. Adams, c.J. of Hong 
Kong ; b. 1837 ; m. 1859, Amelia E., dau. 
of late J. Howard, of Bombay ; served 
in Crimea 1855, at Sebastopol, It.-col. 
(col. 1885) Derbyshire ret;r,. 1881-6, ret. 
f. p. 1886 : 51 Festing rd. Southsea. 

Adams, Wm., eld. s. of Wm. Adams, 
of Greenfield,Tun8tall (d. 1865), by dau. 
of Jesse Breeze, of G-reenfield ; b. 1833; 
m. 1864, Laura Eliza, eld. dau. of late 
A. J. Worthington, of Ball Haye Hall, 
Staffs ; J.P. Staffordshire ; It.-col. 1st 
batt. Staff, vol. 1867-72 : Greenfield. 
Tunstall, Staffs ; Moreton House, Wol- 
stanton. Staffs. 

Adams, Wm., j.p. (1899) War- 
wickshire : Sorrento, Wake Green rd. 
Moseley, Birmingham 

Adams, prof.Wm. Grylls, m.a.,, 
P.R.S., F.G.S. ; b. 1836; m. 1869, Mary, 

dau. of R. Dingle, of Lewaunick, Corn- 
wall ; p.p. and v. p. Physical Soc, p.p. 
Soc. of Electrical Engrs., enier. prof, of 
Natural Philosophy and Astronomy, 
King's coll. Lond. : Athenaeum club. 

Adams, Wm. Hy. Farr,eld. s. of W.H. 
Adams, of Plas Llyssyn, Mont. j.p. {d. 
1904) ; b. 1858, m. 1896, Evelyn, 2 dau. of 
Robt. G. Geach : Plas Llyssyn, Came, 

Adams, miss, dau. of late Chas. 
Had en Adams, of Fillongley Lodge, 
Warwickshire : Fillongley Lodge, nr. 

Adams, hon. Mildred M., only dau. of 
1 baron Coleridge ; b. 1847 ; m. 1885, as 
his 2 wife, Chas. Warren Adams (d.). 
\ Adams-Connor, Harry Geo., s. of 
late dean (Connor) of Windsor ; b. 1859 ; 
m. 1893, Valerie Ellinor, dau. of maj.- 
gen. sir Peter Scratchier, R.E., k.c.m.g., 
high commr. of New Guinea ; served in 
Boer war 1881. capt. Connaught rangers 
1885-99, D.L. (1907) Isle of Wight, chief 
constable of Isle of Wight from 1899 : 
The Rangers, Sandown, 1. of W. ; Naval 
and Military club. 

Adamson, Chas. Graham, s. of Geo. 
Archibald Graham Adamson, of Auburn, 
CO. Westmeath, j.p. {d. 1900) ; b. 1873; 
m. 1897, Arabelli Le B., dau. of Allan 
Cameron, of Lunvadra : Auburn, Glas- 
son, Athlon e. 

Adamson, It.-col. Chas. Hy. Ellison, 
CLE., s. of lateChas. Murray Adamson, of 
North Jesmond, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; 6. 
1846 ; served with Burmese expdn. 1886- 
7; lt.-col. L S. C. 1894-6, ret. 1896, 
commr. in Burma 1891-6, J.P. Newcastle- 
on-Tyue : E. I. United Service club ; 
North Jesmond, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Adamson, sir Harvey, C.s.i. (1903), 
M.A. Aberd., s. of late rev. Alex. Adam- 
son, of Kinnermit; b. 1854; m. 1892, 
Jane Charlotte, dau. of John Leslie, of 
Corsee, Nairn; entd. I.C.S. 1877, jud. 
commr. of Upper Burma 1902-5, chief 
j udge of chief court. Lower Burma 1905-6, 
memb. of council of gov. -gen. of India 
from 1906, knighted 1906: Simla and 

Adamson, lt.-col. John Geo., s. of 
Lawrence Wm. Adamson, of Linden, 
Northumb., D.L., j.p. ; b. 1855 ; to. 1883, 
Caroline Sara, dau. of late rev. canon 
J. T. B. Landon, of Ledsham, Yorks ; 
ret. maj. 2 in commd. K. 0. Yorkshire 
L. I. 1898 ; D.L., j.p. co. Leitrim (sheriff 
1908) : 36 Portland pi. W. ; Naval and 
Military, and Kildare St. (Dublin) clubs 
Glenfarne Hall, Glenfarne, co. Leitrim. 

Adamson, Lawrence William, s. of 


Lawrence Adamson, H.M.'s Seneschal of 
the Isle of Man {d. 1877) ; h. 1829 ; m. 
1, 1853, Anne J., 3dau. {d. 1869) of John 
T. E. Flint ; 2, 1889, Sarah F., youngest 
dau. of late Wm. Swan, of Walker, New- 
castle-on-Tyne ; D.L., J. P. Northumber- 
land (sheriff 1900-1), j.p. co. Durham : 
36 Portland pi, W. ; Union club ; Linden, 
Long Horsley S.O., Northumb. 

Adamson, col. Rushton Webber, eld. 
8. of WilliamRushton Adamsofi, of Rush- 
ton Park, Sussex, D.L., J.P. {d. 1898) ; 
h. 1863 ; J. P. Sussex, lt.-col. and hon. 
col. Sussex R.G.A. (mil.) 1902-6 : Great 
Sanders, nr. Sedlescombe, Battle S.O. 

Adamson, sir Wm., c.m.G. (1897), s. 
of late Ebenezer Adamson, of Glasgow ; 
h. 1832 ; m. 1859, Margaret, dau. of 
Andrew Hamilton, of Glasgow ; late 
unofficial memb. of legisl. council of 
Straits Settlements, a dir. Peninsular 
and Oriental Steam Navigation Oo. ; 
knighted 1907 : Rothbury, 9 Avenue 
rd. Highgate, N. 

Adamson, mrs. Fanny C, dau. of J. 
Deacon, of Elsinore, Denmark ; m. 1859, 
Wm. Rushton Adamson, of Rushton 
Park, Sussex, D.L., j.p. {d. 1898) : Great 
Sanders, nr. Sedlescombe, Battle S.O. 
Sussex {Station, Robertsbridge). 

Adare, vise, (title which would be 
borne by eld. s. if any living, of earl of 

Adcock, Geo., j.p. (1906) Derbyshire : 
Derby Hills, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 

Adcock, sir Hugh,c.M.G.(1897),L.R.c.p. 
Edin., M.R.c.s. Kug., s. of Christopher 
Adcock, of London and Hunstanton, 
Norfolk; b. 1847; m. 1866, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Wm. Watkins, of Newtown, 
Wales ; consulting phys. in chief to 
H.I.M. the late Shah of Persia, 189--1906, 
knighted 1901. 

Adcock, John Pearson, j.p. (1906) 
Leicestershire : The Shrubbery, Ashby- 

Addams-Williams, Albert, 6 s. of 
Wm. Addams-Williams, of Llangibby 
Castle, Hon. j.p. {d. 1885); b. 1864; 
m. 1906, hon. Eleanor Mary, dau. of 16 
vise. Hereford ; entd. I.G.S. 1884, served 
in the Punjab as asst. commr., registrar 
chief court, dep. commr., and under sec. 
to govt. ; under sec. to govt, of India, 
foreign dept. in 1892, pol. agent, Haidara- 
bad 1895, at Quetta 1897, offg. dep. sec. 
to govt, of India legisl. oept. 1899, 
dep. sec. home dept. 1901, and offg. sec. 
1902, offg. judicial commr. N.W. Fron- 
tier Prov. Ind. 1903, offg. resdt. in 
Mysore 1905, revenue and judicial commr. I 

Baluchistan 1905, j.p. (1900) Mon- 
mouthshire : Penpark House, Llangibby, 
nr. Newport, Mon. 

Addams-Williams, Alfred, 4 s. of 
Wm. Addams, of Monmouth {d. 1865), 
by cousin Mary, youngest dau. {d. 1868) 
of Wm. Addams-Williams ; b. 18 — ; J.P. 
(1889) Monmouthshire : Maesderwen, 
Pontymoile, Pontypool. 

Addams-Williams, Harold, m.a. 
Cantab., 4 s. of Wm. Addams-Williams, 
of Llangibby Castle, Mon. J.P. {d. 1885), 
b. 1858 ; m. 1895, Alice G., only child of 
Chas.Nicholson, of Llwyn-y-Celyn, Mon. 
J.p. ; late princ. of Bishop Cotton's 
schools. Bangalore, India, J.P. (1899) 
Monmouthshire : Llwyn-y-Celyn, Caer- 
leon, Newport, Mon. 

Adderley, hon. Hy. Arden, 2 s. of 1 
baron Norton ; b. 1854 ; m. 1881, Grace, 
young, dau. of late W. B. Stopford-Sack- 
ville, of Drayton House, Northants.; d.l., 
J.p. Warwickshire ; It. Warwickshire 
yeom 1877-96, hon.capt. 1896 : Windham 
club ; Fillongley Hall, nr. Coventry. 

Adderley, Hubert John Broughton, 
eld. s, of J. L. Broughton, of Tunstall 
Hall and Almington Hall, Staffs. : b. 
1860 ; TO. 1886, hon. Florence Margaret, 
dau. of 4 baron Castlemaine; b. 1862; 
lord of the manors of Barlaston and 
Coton, Staffs. ; assumed addtl. name of 
Adderley in 1886. 

Adderley, hon. Humphry Jas. Arden, 
3 8. of 2 baron Norton ; b. 1882. 

Adderley, rev. the hon. Jas. Gran- 
ville, M.A. Gh. Ch. Oxon, 5 a. of 1 baron 
Norton ; b. 1861 ; vicar of Saltley, Bir- 
mingham from 1904 : Vicarage, St. 
Saviour's rd., Saltley, Birmingham. 

Adderley, hon. Ralph Bowyer, eld. 
s. of 2 baron Norton ; b. 1872 ; to. 1899, 
Mary Louisa, dau. of Robt. Watson, of 
Ballydarton, co. Carlow, and widow of 
Inglis Brady : Walden, Leamington. 

Adderley, hon. Randolph, 4 s. of 2 
baron Norton ; b. 1884. 

Adderley, rev. the hon. Reginald Ed- 
mund, M.A.,Ch.Ch.,Oxon. ; 4 s. of 1 baron 
Norton ; b. 1857 ; vicar of Chesterfield, 
1888-92, Tait missioner of Canterbury 
Diocese, 1892-4 ; rect. of Horselydown, 
S.E. 1894-7, vicar of Skirwith, Carlisle 
1897-9, of St, Augiistines, Victoria Park, 
N,E. 1899-1905, dioc. missioner Bir- 
mingham dioc. and chapln, to soc. of The 
Incarnation : Brixham House, Stechford, 

Adderley, hon. Ronald Wolstan 
Fleetwood, 5 s, of 2 baron Norton ; 6.1885. 

Adderley, hon. Anna Maria Mar- 
gerette ; hon. Frances Georgiua Mary ; 



hon, Evelyn Augusta ; daus. of 1 baron 
Norton : 30 Chester sq. S. W. 

Adderley. hon. Dorothy Evelyn, b. 
1878 ; hon Gladys Isabel Annette, b. 
1881 ; daus. of 2 baron Norton. 

Adderley, lady. — Laetitia A. eld. dau. 
of hon. W. H. Hall, of Nassau, Bahamas; 
jrt. 1857, sir Augustus Jn., K.C.M.G., J. P. 
(d. I90o) : 2 Southwell gdns., South 
Kensington, S.W. 

Adderly, Alfred, j.p (1906) Leices- 
tershire : Woodhouse Grange. Lough- 

Addingley, John Hartley, j.p. (1908) 
W.R. Yorks : Elm Grove, Tanshelf, 

Adding-ton, lord (2 baron U.K. 1887), 
Egerton Hubbard, V.D., m.a. Oxon, eld. s. 
of 1 baron P.O. {d. 1889), by dau. of 8 
baron Napier of Merchistoun : b. 1842 ; 
m. 1880, Mary A., 3 dau. of sir Wynd- 
ham S. Portal, 1 bt. ; J.P. Bucks and 
county aldrm,, partner in John Hub- 
bard and Co., London and Egerton 
Hubbard and Co., Petersburg, M.P. (c.) 
Buckingham 1874-80, N. Bucks 1886-9 
{Heir, s. hon. John G. Hubbard, q.v. ) : 
24 Princes gate, S.W. ; Carlton club ; 
Addington Manor, Winslow. 

Addington, hon. Gerald Anthony 
PellewBagnall,eld. s. of 3 visc.Sidmouth; 
b. 1854 ; m. 1881, Ethel Mary, only dau. of 
late capt. L. C. H. Tonge, R.n., of High- 
way, Wilts ; J.P. Devon : Jun. Carlton 
club ; Up-Ottery Manor, Honiton, Devon. 
Addingrton, It.- col. hon. Harold Wm. 
3 s. of 3 vise. Sidmouth ; b. 1860 ; m. 1887, 
Constance, dau. of C. Clairmonte; It.- 
col. R.A. from 1906: Army and Navy 

Addingrton, maj. hon. Herbert Hiley 
Stafford, 2 s. of 3 vise. Sidmouth ; b. 
1859 ; It. Glo'stershire regt. 1882-9, capt. 
R. Fus. 1889-96, ret. p. 1901, capt. R. 
Garrison regt. 1902-3, maj. res. of officers 
1902 : Army and Navy club. 

Addington, hon. mrs. Charles, 
NeUy H. 2 dau. of A. MiUer Mundy, 
Shipley Hall, Derby ; m. 1862, maj .-gen. 
hon. Chas. John Addington, j.p. {d. 
1903) : Park Lodge, Windsor. 

Addington, hon. Eliza Anne, dau. of 
2 vise. Sidmouth ; b. 1839. 

Addison, John, eld. s. of Wm. Addi- 
son, of Dunfermline, Fifeshire ; b. 1835 ; 
J.p. (1907) Staffs : Primrose House, 
Wood Green, Wednesbury. 

Addison John Geo. s. of John Addi- 
son, of Monkwearmouth ; j.p. (1894) co. 
Durham : The Grange, East Boldon, nr. 

Addison, John Joseph, s. of Joseph 

Addison, of Banks House (d. 1889) ; b. 
1863; TO. 1896, Barbara H. {d. 1907), 
dau. of Wm. Wareham; j.p. (1899) Cum- 
berland : Banks House, Low Row, 

Addison, Joseph McKeand, apptd. 
clerk in Foreign office 1903, actg. 3 sec. 
in diplomatic service 1906, actg. 2 sec. 

Addy, Jas. Jenkin ; is j.p. (1895) W. 
R. Yorks : Monk Bretton, nr. Barnsley. 

Adeane, Chas. Robt. Whorwood, 
only s. of H. J. Adeane, of Babraham 
Hall, CO. Cambridge, m.p. {d. 1870), by 
eld. dau. of 4 earl of Hardwicke ; b. 
1863 ; m. 1888, Madeline P. C. B. 2 dau. 
of hon. Percy S. Wyndham, b. 1869 ; J.P., 
D.L. Cambridgeshire ; It. 4 battn. (mil.) 
Suffolk rest. 1884-90, chm. co. Cam- 
bridge and Isle of Ely Territl. Force 
Assoc, from 1908 : 34 Cadogan sq. S.W. ; 
Babraham Hall, nr. Cambridge. 

Adeane, lady Edith I., dau. of 14 
earl of Camwath, b. 1843 ; in. 1875, adml. 
Edwd. Stanley Adeane, C.M.G., d.l., j.p. 
{d. 1902) : 28 Eaton pi. S.W. 

Adelaide, 4 bp. of (1847). rt. rev. 
Arthur Nutter Thomas, d.d. Cantab, 
eld. 8. of Chas. Jas. Thomas, of Black- 
heath, S E. ; b. 1869 ; m. 1904, Mary 
Theodora, dau. of rev. W. A, H. Lewis, 
vicar of Upper Gornal, Staffs ; rect. of 
Guisborough, Yorks, 1901-6, bp. of 
Adelaide from 1906 : Bishop's Court, 
North Adelaide, S. Australia. 

Adkins, Thos., s. of late John Caleb 
Adkins, of Milcote, nr. Stratford-on- 
Avon ; b. 1836 ; m. 1874, Agnes Margret, 
dau of late Henry Best Sowdon, of 
Stratford-on-Avon ; H. M. consular ser- 
vice in China 1855-79 ; J.P. Warwickshire 
and Worcestershire : Athenaeum and 
Royal Societies' clubs ; Long Hyde, near 

Adkins, Wm. Ryland Dent, b.a. 
Lond., only survg. s. of late Wm. 
Adkins, of Northampton ; b. 1862 ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1890, jun. counsel to the 
Post Office on Midland circuit from 
1908, J.P. Northampton (vice-chm. CO.), 
M.P. (l.) S.E. Lancashire (Middleton 
divn.) from 1906 : 11 King's Bench walk. 
Temple, E.C. ; 9 Bridge st. Westminster, 
S.W. ; Reform and Bath clubs ; Spring- 
field, Cheyne walk, Northampton. 

Adlard,Edwd.,J.P. (1901) Gloucester- 
shire : Postlip, nr.Winchcombe S.O.Glos. 
Adnitt, Jesse, eld. s. of Eli Adnitt, 
of Peterborough ; b. 1858 ; m. 1879, Lydia 
Frances, dau. of W. B. Parrott, of Crow- 
land,Lincs ; J.P. (1905) Liberty of Peter- 


borough : Oriel House, New rd. Peter- 

Adrian, Alfred Douglas, c.b. (1895), 
K.C., B.A. Lond., only s. of late E. Adrian, 
formerly of local govt, board ; b. 1845 ; 
m. 1885, Flora Lavinia, youngest dau. 
of Chas. Howard Barton, formerly of 
Castle Hill, Reading ; barr. Middle 
Temple 1869, K.C. 1904, assist, sec. to 
local govt, board 1883-99, legal adviser 
from 1899 : 40 Elsworthy rd. Primrose 
hill, N.W.; office Local Govt, board, 
Whitehall, S.W. 

Adrian, Fredk. Obadiah,c.M.G. (1897), 
s.of lateWm.Thos.Adrian,formerly of the 
Treasury; h. 1836 ; m. 1865, Jane Maria, 
dau. (d'l900) of late rev. C. Wadsworth ; 
entd. Colonial office 1863, supt. of corre- 
spondence branch, genl. dept., and clerk 
for legal instruments 1880-1901, officer of 
arms of order of St. Michael and St. 
George 1882-1901 : 89 Queen's rd. South 
Hornsey, N. 

Adshead, Thos. Willetts, 3 s. of Benjn. 
Willetts Adshead, of Dudley, Worcester- 
shire ; h. 1863 ; m. 1887, dau. of Hy. 
Hand ; j.p. (1906) Worcestershire : The 
Hollies, Dudley, Worcs. 

Adye, rev. Fras. Wm., m.a. Cantab., 
eld. s. of D. G. Adye, of Markyate Cell 
Beds.,D.L.,J.P.(dl872) ; 6.1821 ; ot.1858, 
Mary B. dau.ofT.( )liver,of Child Okef ord, 
Dorset : j.p. Herts and Beds., patron 
and vicar of Markyate Street, Beds. 
1847-85 : Gombards House, St. Albans. 

Adye, col. John, r.a., c.b. (1902), s. 
of gen. sir John Miller Adye, R.A., G.C.B., 
gov. of Gibraltar 1883-6 {d. 1900), by 
dau. of late adml. hon. sir Montagu 
Stopford, K.o.B. ; b. 1857 ; m. 1899, Clara 
Joan, dau. of S. C. Evans Williams, late 
of Bryntirion, Rhayader ; served in 
Afghan war 1879, Egyptian war 1882, 
5 class Medjidie ; Nile expdn. 1884-5, 
E. Soudan 1885, S. African war 1899-1902, 
gen. staff officer Headquarters of Army 
from 1907, col. r.a. 1904: War Office, 
S.W.; 18 Montpelier sq. S.W. ; Jun. 
United Service club 

Adye, lady. — Mary, dau. of late adm. 
hon. sir Montagu Stopford, K.C.B. ; 
m. 1856, gen. sir John Miller Adye, R.A., 
G.C.B., gov. of Gibraltar 1883-6 {d. 
1900) : 92 St. George's sq. S.W. 

Affleck, John de Linden, 2 s. of sir 
Robt. Affleck, 6 bart. {d. 1»82) ; b. 1860 ; 
m. 1895, Blanche, dau. of A. Robson, of 
Sydney, N. S. Wales; heir pres. to 

Affleck, sir Robert, 7 bt. (1782), eld. s. 
of 6 bart. {d. 1882) ; h. 1852 ; w. 1886, 
Julia G., 2 dau. of J. S. Prince, of 

Queen's Gate gdns. S.W. {Heir, bro. John 
de L.,q.v.) : Turf , Boodle's and Yorkshire 

Affleck, Robt., 2 s. of late Wm. 
Affleck, of Gateshead, co, Durham ; b. 
1858 ; m. 1881, G^orgiana S,, dau. of 
late J. Morriss, of Gateshead, co. Dur- 
ham ; J.P. (1901) co.Durham : Bloomfield, 

Africa, Western Equatorial, bp. in, 
vide Western Equatorial Africa. 

Agar, hon. Francis William Arthur 
Ellis, 4 s. of 3 earl of Normanton ; 6.1873 ; 
m. 1897, Laura Astley, dau. of Hy. S. 
Kennard, of Shopwyke House, nr. Chi- 
chester ; It. 4 battn. (mil.) Bedfordshire 
regt. 1892-4, heir pres. to earldom : 
Tan o; mere, Chichester. 

Agrar, Joseph, eld. s. of Benj. Agar, of 
York ; b. 1832 ; m. 1, 1855, Jane, dau. of 
Jas. Chadwick, J.P. of York ; 2, 1902, 
Emily Jane, dau. of T. G. Dickinson, 
Acres House, Naburn ; j.p. N.R. Yorks., 
J.P. and aldmn. York, lord mayor 1881-2 
and 1888-90 : Kilburn House, Fulford 
rd. York. 

Airar, Samuel Hollings worth, j.p. 
(1906) Warwickshire ; Glendossil, Hen- 

Agar,Wm. Talbot, b.a. Cantab.,eld. s. 
of Wm. Talbot Agar, of Milford House, 
Hants (d. 1906) ; b. 1844 ; m. Ethel Head- 
ington, dau. of Clement Dale, of Bartley 
Lodge, Hants ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1868, 
J.P. (1905) N.R. Yorks: Brockfield Hall, 

Agrar, lady Georgiana Mary E. F., b. 

1896 ; lady Alexandra Henrietta Alice, b. 

1897 ; lady Caroline Amy Cora, b. 1899 ; 
lady Mary Karen, b. 1901 ; lady Diana 
Julia, b. 1904 ; lady Amy Louise, b. 1905 ; 
lady Rosemary Beatrice, 6. 1908 ; daus. 
of 4 earl of Normanton. 

Agrar, lady Mary Beatrice, 2 dau. of 
3 earl of Normanton ; b. 1859 : 22 Ennis- 
more gdns. S.W. 

Agrar, hon. mrs. Herbert Welbore 
Ellis, Helen M., dau. of late J. A. Gibson ; 
m. 1871, hon. Herbert Welbore Ellis 
Agar {d. 1901) : Stanton House, Stanton 
Fitzwarren, Wilts. 

Agrar- Bobartes, hon. Alex. Geo., 6 
survg. s. of 6 vise. Clifden ; 6. 1895. 

Agrar-Robartes, hon. Arthur Victor, 
3 survg. s. of 6 vise. Clifden ; b. 1887. 

Agrar-Robartes, hon. Cecil Edwd., 4 
survg. s. of 6 vise. Clifden; b. 1892. 

Agrar-Robartes, hon.Francis Gerald, 
2 s. of 6 vise. Clifden ; b. 1883 ; attache 
in diplomatic service 1907-8, 3 sec. from 

Agrar-Robartes, hon. Thomas Chas 


Reginald, eld. s. of 6 vise. Clifden ; b. 
1880 ; It. R. 1 Devon I. Y. from 1904 
M.P. (L.) S.E. Cornwall 1906 ''unseated 
on petition), St. Austell divn, from 1908 : 
1 Grt. Stanhope st. W. ; Bachelors' club. 

Ag-ar-Sobartes, hon. Mary Vere, b. 
1879 ; hon. Julia Caroline Everilda, b. 
1880 ; hon. Edith Violet Kathleen, b. 
1888 ; hon. Constance Margaret, b. 1890 ; 
daus. of 6 vise. Clifden. 

Agg, Arthur Wm., s. of col. Wm. 
Agg, late 51 regt., of The Hewletts, 
Gloucestershire, J.P. {d. 1901) ; b. 1865 ; 
m. 1899, Eleanor S., only child of late col. 
J. P. Harrison; j.p. (1901) G-loucester- 
shire : The Hewletts, near Cheltenham. 

Agrg-O-ardner, Jas. Tynte, eld. s. of 
late Jas. Agg-Gardner, Hadley House, 
Cheltenham {d, 1858) ; b. 1846 ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1873 ; J.p. Gloucestershire, 
lord of the manor of Cheltenham, M.P. 
(c.) Cheltenham 1874-80, 1885-95 and 
1900-6: Carlton, St. Stephen's, Gar- 
rick and Jun. Carlton clubs ; Evesham 
House, Cheltenham. 

Aglionby, col. Arthur, c.B. (1868), s. 
of R. Cooper ; b. 1832 ; m. 1871, Elizabeth 
Aglionby, only child and heir {d. 1885) 
of Chas. Fetherstonhaugh, of Staf- 
field Hall, Cumb. ; served in Indian 
mutiny campaign 1857-8, Abyssinian 
campaign 1867-8, assumed by royal 
licence name of Aglionby in 1885, patron 
of one living, j.p. Cumberland : Staffield 
Hull, Carlisle. 

Airnew, sir Andrew Noel, 9 bart. 
(1629), LL.B.cantab., eldest s. of 8 bart. 
{d. 1892) by dau. {d. 1883) of 1 earl of 
Gainsborough ; b. 1860 ; m. 1889, Gert- 
rude, dau. of the late hon. Go w ran C. 
Vernon ; barr. Inner Temple 1874, d.l., 
J.p. Wigtownshire (vice-lieut.f rom 1893), 
capt. 1 Ayrshire and Galloway vol. art. 
1903-8, M.P. (L.U.) S. Edinburgh 1900-6 
{Heir, bro. Henry de C, q.v.) : 21 
Abingdon st. S.W. ; "Woodcock Lodge, 
Little Berkhamsted, Hertford ; Lochnaw 
Castle, Stranraer, Wigtownshire. 

Agnew, Chas, Swain, 4 s. of Thos. 
Agnew, of Manchester {d. 1871) ; b. 
1836 ; m. 1864, Edith, only dau. of Wm. 
Bradbury ; J.P. (1907) Cheshire : Devon- 
shire club ; Davenham Lodge, North- 

Agrnew,Geo. Wm., m.a. Cantab., eld. 
8. of sir Wm. Agnew, 1 bart., of Summer 
Hill, J.p. ; b. 1852; m. 1878, Fanny, dau. 
of J. S. Bolton, of Oulton Hall, Norfolk ; 
is J.P. (1893) Lancashire, M.P. (l.) W. 
Salford from 1906 : 64 St. James' court, 
Buckingham gate, S.W. ; Reform and 

Devonshire clubs ; Rougham Hall, Bury 
St. Edmunds, 

Agnew, Henry de Courcy, 2 s. of sir 
Andrew Agnew, 8 bt. (d. 1892), by dau. 
{d. 1883) of 1 earl of Gainsborough; 
b. 1851 ; m. 1885, Ethel Anne, dau. of late 
capt. Thos. Wm. Goff; heir pres. to 
baronetcy, J.P. Wigtownshire : 13 South- 
wick eras. Hyde Park sq. W. 

Agnew, Philip Leslie, m.a. Oxon., 4 
s. of sir Wm. Agnew, 1 bart. ; b. 1863 ; 
TO. 1889, Alexandra G., dau of Ewan 
Christian, of Alexandria ; j.p. (1906) 
Northants : 18 Gloucester sq. W. ; 
Littlecourt, Farthingstone, Weedon, 

Agnew, maj. Quentin Graham Kin- 
naird, m.v.o. 4 class (1903), d.s.o. (1902), 
4 s. of sir Andrew Agnew, 8 bt. (d. 1892), 
by dau.((i.l883) of 1 earl of Gainsborough; 
b. 1861 ; m. 1899, Evelyn M., dau. of late 
capt. J. H. I. Alexander, R.N., c.B.; 
served with Burmese expdn, 1885-6, 
Tirah expdy. force 1897, S. African war 
1899-1901, asst. mil. sec. to gov. (p.m. 
sirG. S. White) 1902-5, maj. Manchester 
regt. 1901-6, ret. p. 1906, one of H.M.'s 
hon. corps of gentlemen-at-arms from 
1906, chm. CO. Wigtown Territl. Force 
Assoc, from 1908 : Marlborough and 
Naval and Military clubs. 

Agnew, sir Stair, K.C.B., m.a. Cantab., 
F.R.s.E. and F.s.A. Scot., 5 s. of sir A. 
Agnew,7 bart.; b. 1831; to. 1870, Georgina, 
dau. of G. M. Nisbett, of Cairnhill ; late 
lieut. 9 foot ; J.P. Wigtownshire ; Scotch 
barr. 1860 ; legal sec. to Lord Advocate 
for Scotland 1861-6, and 1868-70; 
Queen's and Lord Treasurer's Remem- 
brancer for Scotland 1870-81 ; registrar- 
gen, for Scotland, and keeper of the 
records there from 1881 : 22 Bucking- 
ham ter. Edinburgh. 

Agnew, sir Wm., 1 bart. (1895), eld. s. 
of Thos. Agnew, of Manchester (J. 1871) ; 
b. 1825 ; TO. 1851, Mary, dau. {d. 1892) of 
Geo. Pixton Kenworthy, of Manchester, 
and Peel Hall, Lanes ; j.p. Lancashire, 
Manchester and Salford ; chm. of Brad- 
bury, Agnew and Co. Lim., publishers, 
Whitefriars, E.C. ; M.P. (l.) S.E. Lanca- 
shire 1880-5, Stretford divn. 1885-6 
(Heir, s. Geo. Wm., q.v.) : 11 Gt. Stan- 
hope St., W. ; Reform, Devonshire and 
National Liberal clubs. 

Agnew, Wm. Lockett, s. of Thos. 
Agnew, of Manchester ; b. 1858 ; m. 1884, 
Augusta, dau. of late F. Shell, of Bear- 
forest, Mallow ; is J.P. Lancashire : Fair- 
hope, Eccles, Manchester ; Altyre, Forres, 

Agnew, lady. — Beatrice, dau. of 


siu'g.-gen. Fawcus, Indian med, dept. ; 
in. 1884, sir Wm. Thos. Fischer Agnew, 
knt., rec. of Rangoon 1884-1900 {d. 1903): 
33 Abingdon court, Kensington, W. 

Aiken, Jas., eld. s. of John Aiken, of 
Dalmoak, co. Dumbarton {d. 1875) ; 
J.P. Dumbartonshire : Dalmoak, Dum- 

Aikenhead, mrs. Frances Annie, dau. 
of J. Davison, of Durham ; m. 1864, 
Robert Aikenhead, of Otterington Hall, 
Yorks., J.P. {d. 1895) : Otterington Hall, 

Aikman, vide Robertson- Aikman. 

Aikman (hon.) Robt. Smith, M.A., 
LL.D. ; entd. I.S.C. 1865, actg. judge of 
high court at Allahabad in 1892 and 
1894-6, puisne judge from 1896, vice- 
chancellor, Allahabad univ. 1898 : Al- 
lahabad, KW.P. India. 

Ailesbury, 5 marq. of (1821, U.K.). 
Hy. Aug, Brudenell-Bruce ; 8 s. of 3 
marq. and uncle of 4 marq. {d. 1894) ; b. 
1842 ; m. 1870, Georgiana, dau. {d. 1902) 
of G. H. Pinckney, of Tawstock Court, 
Devon ; 2nd titles earl of Cardigan and 
vise. Savernake ; J.P. Wilts, capt. late 
9 ft. maj. (hon. It.-col. 1886) 3 battn. 
(mil.) Wilts regt. 1882-6, M.p. (c.) N.W, 
Wilts 1886-92 {Heir, s. earl of Cardigan, 
q.v).: Carlton and City Carlton clubs; 
Tottenham House, Savernake Forest, 
Marlborough ; Yilla Marbella, Biarritz, 

Ailesbury, Dorothy, marchioness of, 
vide David Waddel Webster. 

Ailsa, 3 marq.of (1831,u.K.). Archibald 
Kennedy, eld. s. of 2 marq. {d, 1870) ; 
h. 1847 ; VI. 1,1871, hon. Evelyn, dau. {d. 
1888) of 12 baron Blantyre ; 2, 1891, 
Isabella, only dau. of late Hugh 
McMaster, of Kausani, N. W. P. India ; 
2nd tit. earl of Cassillis : late capt. 
coldstr. gds. ; It. commdg. R.N. A. v. 
Clyde brig. 1887-92, hon. commdr. 
R.N.v.R. from 1904, and hon. It. R.N.R., 
D.L., J.P. CO. Ayr {Heir, s. earl of Cas- 
sillis, q.v.") : 65 Lancaster gate, W. ; 
Guards', Travellers' and R.Y.S. oiubs ; 
Culzean Castle, Ayr. 

Airdey, Joseph Hefford,2 s. of Hefford 
Ainley, of Kirkheaton, Yorks ; b. 1858 ; 
m. 1887, Catharine, dau, of hon. Luther 
Haven, of Chicago, U,S,A. ; J. p. (1905) 
Lancashire : 23 Gloucester rd. Birkdale, 

Ainscough, Richd.,s. of Hugh Ains- 
cough, of Lancaster House, Parbold ; 6. 
1856 ; m. 1892, Mary, dau. of Jas. Duck- 
worth, of Accrington; is J.P, (1894) 
Lancashire : Burscough Corn Mills, 
Lathom, Ormskirk, Lanes. 

Ainslie, Ainslie Douglas,-2 s. of J, 
C, Grant-Duff, of Eden, co, Aberdeen {d. 
1868) ; b. 1838 ; m. 1863, Frances, dau. of 
E. J. Morgan ; in H.M.'s diplomatic ser- 
vice 1859-66, barr. Middle Temple 1874, 
D.L. and formerly vice-lieut. Aberdeen- 
shire ; assumed in 1866 name of Ainslie : 
Athenseum and Reform clubs ; Delgaty 
Castle, Turriff, N.B. 

Ainsworth, Geo., s. of Samuel Ains- 
worth, of Macclesfield, Cheshire ; b. 
1850 ; m. 1873, Annie E, S., dau. of Jas. 
Campbell, of Workington, Cumberland ; 
is J, P. (1896) CO. Durham : Consett Hall, 
Consett S.O. co. Durham. 

Ainsworth, John, c.m.g. (1900), 
F.R.G.S., s. of John Dawson Ainsworth ; 
h. 1864 ; m. 1897, Ina C, dau. of John 
Scott, of Brooklyn, U.S.A. ; H. M.'s sub- 
commr. in the E. Africa Protectorate 
from 1895: Nairobi, via Mombasa, 
East Africa Protectorate. 

Ainsworth, John Stirling, M, a. Lond,, 

2 s, of Thos. Ainsworth, of The Flosh, 
Cleator, Cumberland, j,p. {d. 1881) ; b. 
1844; m. 1879, Margaret C, dau. of Robt. 
Reid Macredie, J.P. Argyllshire and Cum- 
berland (sheriff 1891), It.-col. comman- 
dant 3 vol. battn. Border regt. 1898-1902, 
V.D., M.P. (L.) Argyllshire from 1903: 
55 Eaton pi. S.W. ; Reform club; Arda- 
naiseig, Kilchrenan, Argyllshire ; Hare- 
croft, Gosforth, Cumberland. 

Ainsworth, col. Richd. Hy., only s. 
of late J. H. Ainsworth, of Moss Bank, 
Bolton ; b. 1839 ; m. 1866, Isabella M., 

3 dau. of rev. J. J. Vaughan, rect. of 
Gotham, Notts ; It.-col. (hon. col. 1885) 
Duke of Lancaster's own yeom. 1884- 
90; J.P. Lancashire, sheriff for North- 
ants 1882 : Oxford and Cambridge club ; 
Smithills Hall, and Moss Bank, Bolton ; 
Winwick Warren, Rugby. 

Aird, sir John, 1 bart. (1901), s. of 
John Aird, of co. Ross ; b. 1833 ; m. 1854, 
Sarah, dau. of Benjn. Smith, of Deptford, 
Kent ; one of H, M,'s Lieutenants for 
the City of London; grand cordon 
Medjidie (1903) for services in connection 
with Nile Reservoirs ; hon, lt,-col. Eng. 
and Railway vol. staff corps ; mayor of 
Paddington 1900-1, M.P. (o.) N. Padding- 
ton 1887-1906 {Heir, s. John, q.v.) : 
14 Hyde Park ter. W. ; Carlton, Jun. 
Carlton, St. Stephen's and Constitu- 
tional clubs ; Wilton Park, Beaconsfield, 

Aird, John, eld. s. of sir John Aird, 
1 bt., M.P. ; b. 1861 ; m. 1886, Alicia Ellen, 
dau. of Jas Hall Renton, of Park la. W. ; 
one of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the City 
of London, maj. Eng, and Railw. vol. 


staff corps from 1902 : 22 Eaton sq. W. ; 
Kentwell Hall, Long Melford. 

Airedale, lord (1 baron 1907, U.K.), 
sir James Kitson, 1 bart. (1886), P.O. 
(1906),, 2 8. of Jas. Kitson, of 
Elmete Hall, Yorks, j.p. {d. 1885) ; h. 
1836 ; »i. 1, I860, Emily, dau. of J. Cliff ; 
2, 1881, Laura, only dau. of late E. Fisher 
Smith ; j.p. W. R. Yorks, pres. of Iron 
and Steel Inst. 1889-90-1, lord mayor of 
Leeds 1896-7, hon. col. 3 vol. battn. W. 
Yorkshire regt. 1902-6, m.p. (l.) W. R. 
Yorks, Southern part (Golne Valley 
divn.) 1892-1907, raised to the peerage 
1907 {Heir, s. hon Albert E. Kitson, q.v.); 
106 Pall mall, S.W. ; Reform club ; 
Gledhow Hall, nr. Leeds. 

Airey, It.-col. Hy. Park, c.m.g.(1901), 
D.s.O. (1888), s. of capt. H. E. Airey; 
h. 1844 ; m. Florence A., daughter of A. H. 
McCulloch, Sydney. N.S.W. ; served in 
Soudan expdn. 1885, Burma 1886-7, S. 
African yvzx 1899-1901, commdg. R. 
Australian Field artill. from 1896 : Vic- 
toria Barracks, Paddington, Sydney, 
N. S. Wales. 

Airlie, 11 earl of (1639, sco.), David 
Lyulph Grore Wolseley Ogilvy, eld. s. of 
10 earl, It. -col. 12 lancers {d. 1900) by eld. 
dau. of 5 ear ]of Arran ; h. 1893 ; 2nd tit. 
baron Ogilvy {Heir, bro. hon. Bruce A. 
A. Ogilvy, q.v.): Cortachy Castle, Kirrie- 
muir, Forfarshire. 

Airlie, dovi'.-countess of, Henrietta 
Blanche, dau, of 1 baron Stanley of 
Alderley, b. 1830 ; m. 1851, 9 earl of 
Airlie, k.t. {d. 1881) : 3 Halkin pi. 
West Halkin st. S.W. ; Airlie Castle, 
Kirriemuir, Forfarshire. 

Airlie, countess of, lady Mabell F., 
eld. dau. of 5 earl of Arran ; b. 1866 ; m. 
1886, It.-col. 10 earl of Airlie, 12 lancers 
(d. 1900) ; lady of the bedchamber to the 
princess of Wales from 1901 : Cortachy 
Castle, Kirriemuir, Forfarshire. 

Aitchison, gen. Charles Terrington, 
C.B.(1876), s. of late gen. Andrew Aitchi- 
son ; in S. Mahratta 1844-6, brig.-maj. in 
Persia 1866-7, in Indian mutiny 1857-8, 
commd. Bombay dist. 1877-84 ; gen. 
Ind. army 1889, on U.S. list 1881 : 14 
Redcliffe gdns. S. Kensington, S.W. 

Aitchison, Geo., r.a. (1898), a.r.a. 
(1881), past P.R.I.B.A., s. of late Geo. 
Aitchison, of 6 Muscovy court, E.C. ; 
prof, of architecture at R. Academy 
1887-1905: 160 Harley st. W. ; Athe- 
naeum club. 

Aitchison, Hy. Hyslop, M.B.Edin., 
J.p. (1907) Northumberland : Park villa, 
Wallsend, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Aitchison, Wm. Kinghoin, J.P. (1905) I 

Essex: Willnett Lodge, Goodmayes, 

Aitchison, lady. — Beatrice L. dau. of 
Jas. Cox, of Clement Park, Forfarshire 
and Cardean, Perthshire ; m. 1863, sir 
Chas. Umpherston Aitchison, K.c.s.i., 
CLE. {d. 1896) : St. Christopher's, Ban- 
bury rd. Oxford. 

Aitken, Jas. Bennett, youngest s. of 
Peter Aitken of Stranraer, Wigtown, 
N.B. ; b. 18— ; m. 1880, Ada Jane, dau. 
of John Holinger, of Withington, Lan- 
caster ; J.P. (1907) Lancashire: Hall 
Nook, Penketh, Warrington. 

Aitken, Samuel, j.p. (1907) Glo'ster- 
shire : The Spa, Gloucester. 

Aitken, Thomas, j.p. Lancashire : 
Bodelwyddan Castle, Rhuddlan S.O., 
N. Wales. 

Aitken, col. Wm., c.b., r.a., s. of late 
Jas. Aitken, of Gartcows, Falkirk; b. 
1846 ; m. 1894, Susan, dau. of Geo. A. 
Coventry ; served in Afghan war 1878-80- 
Mahsood Wuzeeree expdn. 1881, Bur, 
mese expdn. 1886-7, Chitral relief force 
1895, Malakand field force 1897, A.D.c. to 
Queen Victoria 1897-1900, to the King 
1901-3, ret. p. 1903 : Army and Navy 
club ; Innergellie, Anstruther, N.B. 

Akerman, lady. — Emma E., dau. of 
W. H. Brumby, of Bath ; m. 1878, hon. 
sir John Wm. Akerman, k.c.m.g. speaker 
of legisl. council of Natal 1880, 1882, 
1883, 1886 and 1890-91 {d. 1905): Pieter- 
maritzburg, Natal : 22 Uxb ridge rd. 
Ealing, W. 

Akers-Dougrlas, rt. hon. Aretas, P.O., 
only s. of late rev. Aretas Akers, Mailing 
Abbey, Kent, by dau. of F. Hollis Bran- 
dram, Tunbridge Wells ; b. 1851 ; m. 
1876, Adeline Mary, dau. of H. Austen- 
Smith, Hayes Court, Kent ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1874 ; assumed by royal licence 
addtl. name of Douglas 1875 ; J.p. co. 
Edinbtirgh, D.L., j.p. cos. Dumfries and 
Kent ; It. E. Kent yeom. 1877-90 ; parly, 
sec. to the treas. 1885-6 and 1886-92; 
first commr. of works 1895-1902 ; home 
sec. 1902-6, an ecclestl. commr. 1902 ; 
m.p. (c.) East Kent from 1880 : 113 Mount 
St. W. ; Carlton and Jun. Carlton clubs ; 
Chilston Park, Maidstone ; Craigs, 
Dumfries, N.B. 

Akers- Dougrias, Aretas, eld. s. of rt. 
hon. Aretas Akers-Douglas, of Chilston 
Park. Kent, P.O., m.p.,D.l., j.p. ; b. 1876 ; 
m. 1903, Amy, dau. of J. Jennings 
Bramley, r.h.a. ; attache at Cairo 1899, 
3 sec. inH.M.'s. diplomatic service 1900- 
5, 2 sec. from 1905. 

Akroyd, John Bathurst, j.p. (1902) 
Bucks : Chalfont Park. nr. Slough. 




Alabaster, Robt, Geo., j.p. (1893) co. 
London : The Hawthorns, 64 Amherst 
patk, N. 

Alabaster, lady. — Laura, dau. of dr. 
D. J. Macgowan. of New York ; m. 1876, 
sir Chaloner Alabaster, K.C.M.G., H.M.'s 
consul gen. at Canton 1891-3 (d 1898) : 
DilAram.Sea rd. Fioscombe.Boumemouth. 

Albany, h.r.h. 2 duke of (1881), 
Leopold Charles Ed-ward George 
Albert, K.G., G.C.v.o., only s. of 1 duke {d. 
1884) and grandson of H.M. Queen Vic- 
toria {d. 1901) ; h. 19 July, 1884 ; m. 11 
Oct. 1905, princess Victoria Adelheid of 
burg ; 2 tit. earl of Clarence, succ. his 
uncle Alfred as reigning duke of Saxe- 
Coburg-Gotha, etc., 80th July. 1900, 
col-in-chief of the Seaforth highlanders 
from 1905 : Claremont, Esher, Surrey ; 
Friedenstein, Gotha and Ehrenburg, 
Coburg, Germany. 

Albany, h.r.h. duchess of, Helen, 
C.I., dau. of H.s.H. George Victor, 
late reigning prince of Waldeck and Pyr- 
mont ; h. 17 Feb. 1861 ; m. 27 April, 1882, 
H.R.H. Leopold, 1 duke of Albany, K.G. 
\d. 28 March, 1884) ; lady of justice of 
order of St. John of Jerusalem : Clare- 
mont, Esher. 

Albemarle, 8 earl of (1696, Eng.). 
Arnold Allan Cecil Keppel, c.b. (1900), 
M.v.o. 4 class (1901), v.d. (1904), 
eld. s. of 7 earl, P.O., k.c.m.g., a.d.c. 
{d. 1894), by 2 dau. of hon. sir Allan 
N. M'Nab, 1 and last bart. ; 6. 1868 ; 
m. 1881, lady Gertrude Lucia, only 
child of 1 earl Egerton of Tatton ; 2nd 
tit. vise. Bury and baron Ashford ; It. 
Dorset mil. 1876, It, scots gds. 1878, col. 
commd. P.W.O. 12 Middlx. R.V. (Civil 
Service) 1892-1901, It. -col. commdg. City 
of London Imperial vol. S, African 
war 1900, hon. it. -col. in army 1900, 
and It. -col. Res. of Off., hon. col. 
4 battn. (mil.) Norfolk regt. 1900, 
and of 5 battn. Norfolk regt. from 
1906, brig.-gen. of Norfolk vol, inf. brig. 
1901-6, A.D,c. to the King from 1903, D.L., 
J.p. Norfolk, M.P. (C) Birkenhead 1892-4 
{Heir, s. vise. Bury, q.v.) : 5 Bucking- 
ham gate, S.W. ; Guards' club ; Quiden- 
ham Park, Attleboro', Norfolk. 

Albemarle, do w. -countess of. Sophia 
M. 2 dau. of sir Allan Napier Macnab, 1 
bart. Canada (ext.), prim, min, of 
Canada and A.D,c. to Queen Victoria ; m. 
1866, 7 earl of Albemarle, P,C., k.c.m.g., 
{d. 1894) : 63 Lowndes sq. S.W. 

Albrifirbt, Geo. Stacey, 2 s. of Arthur 
Albright, of Edgbaston. co. Warwick ; 
6. 1855 ; m. 1883, I. M., dau. of Smith 

Harrison, of Woodford, Essex ; J.P. 
Worcestershire : New University club ; 
Bromesben-ow Place, Ledbury. 
Alcock, It.-col. Alfred Wm., c.i.e. 

(1903), M.B., LL.D,, F.R.S., F.G.S., 2 8. of 

late John Alcock, of Lee, Kent ; h. 1869 ; 
m. 1897, Margaret F,, 3 dau. of late J. R. 
Cornwall, of Aberdeen ; Indian Med. 
Service 1885, served with Punjab Frontier 
force 1886-8, It.-col. 1905-8, ret. 1907, 
surg.-naturalist to marine survey of 
India 1888-92 and to lamir boundary 
commn. 1896, supdt, of the Indian 
Museum 1893-1907. 

Alcock, Nelson Chapman, s. of late 
Henry Alcock, of Berscote. nr. Leaming- 
ton ; h. 18— ; ?n. 1896, hon Evelyn E. 3 
dau. of 1 baron St. Levan, h. 1866, 

Alcock, capt, Philip Clayton, eld, s. of 
capt. Philip Savage Alcock, late 96 regt. 
by Catherine Annette, co-heiress of late 
Richd. Clayton Browne Clayton and 
nephew of Harry Alcock, of Wilton 
Castle, CO. Wexford, d.l., j.p. {d. 1893) ; 
b. 1861 ; late capt. Gloucestershire regt., 
j.p. CO. Wexford (sheriff 1900) : Jun. 
Constitutional and Kildare Street (Dub- 
lin) clubs ; Wilton Castle, Enniscorthy, 
CO. Wexford. 

Alcock, Robt., J.p. (1897) Notts : The 
Cedars, Woodhouse rd. Mansfield. 

Alcock- Beck, Wm., b.a. Cantab,, eld. 
s. of late W. Towers, of Sawrey, Lanca- 
shire ; h. 1834 ; assumed names of Alcock- 
Beck in lieu of Towers, 1855; J.P. 
Lancashire : Tower Bank, Sawrey, Am- 

Aldam, vide Warde-Aldam. 

Alden,' Fredk, Heward, 3 s. of Hy. 
Alden, of Oxford [d. 1872) ; h. 1842 ; m. 
1869, Elizabeth S., dau, of Edgar 
Hewlett, of Oxford ; J,P. (1907) Oxford- 
shire : Wheatley S.O. Oxon 

Alden, Percy, m.a. Oxon., s. of I. 
Alden, of Oxford ; h. 1866 ; warden of the 
Mansfield House Settlement 1891-1901 
and v.p. from 1901, editor of the " Echo " 
1901-2, M.P. (L. & lab.) Middlesex (Tot- 
tenham divn,) from 1906 : Mansfield, 
Loughton, Essex ; National Liberal club. 

Aldenham, lord (2 baron, 1896, U.K.) 
Alban Geo. Hy, Gibbs, M.A. Cb. 
Ch. Oxon., F.S.A., eld. s. of 1 baron {d. 
1907) ; h. 1846 ; m. 1873, Bridget, 6 dau. 
{d. 1896) of late rt. hon. A. J. B. Beres- 
ford-Hope, of Bedgebury Park, Kent, 
M.P., D.L., J.P. ; partner in firm of 
Antony Gibbs and Sons, merchants ; one 
of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the City of 
London, m.p. (c.) City of London 
1892-1906, pres. London Institution 1906 
(Aeir, s. hon. Gerald H. B., j. v.) : 37 


Portland pi. W. ; Carlton, City Carlton 
and Travellers' clubs; Clifton Hampden, 
Abingdon jAldenham House, nr.Elstree, 

Aldersey, Hugh, b.a. Cantab., eld. s 
of Thos. Aldersey, of Aldersey Hall, 
Cheshire {d. 1899) b. 1858; m. 1888, 
Evelyn, dau. of rev. canon Fras. Coulman 
Royds, rect. of Coddington ; J. P. 
Cheshire, lord of the manor of Aldersey : 
Aldersey Hall, Chester. 

Alderson, sir Chas. Hy., k.c.b. (1903), 
2 s. of late sir E. H. Alderson, a baron of 
the Exchequer ; b. 1830 ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1855, sen. insp. of schools, 1882-5, 
2 charity commr. for England and Wales 
1885-1900, chief commr. 1900-3 : 40 Beau- 
fort gdns. S.W. ; Athenaeum club. 

Alderson, Edward Hall, b.a. Oxon., 
s. of late Fras. J. Alderson and grands, 
of late sir E. Hall Alderson, a baron of 
the Exchequer ; m. 1900, Mary Emily, 2 
dau. of H. Cosmo Bonsor, of Kingswood 
Warren, Sun-ey ; barr. Inner Temple 
1890, priv. sec. to lord chancellor (earl of 
Halsbury) and sec. of commns. 1895-1901, 
reading clerk and clerk of outdoor com- 
mittees. House of Lords from 1901 : 25 
Tite St. Chelsea, S.W. ; Travellers' club ; 
The Red Lodge, Tadworth, Surrey. 

Alderson, maj.-gen. Edwin Alfred 
Hervey, c.B. (1900), 8. of coL Edwd. Mott 
Alderson, of Poyle House, Ipswich ; b. 
1859 ; m. 1886, Alice Mary, dau. of rev. 
O. P. Sergeant ; served in Boer war 1881, 
Egyptian war 1882, Nile expdn. 1884-5, 
K. Mashonaland 1896, brig-gen. on staff 
S.Africa 1899-1901, A.D.C. to the King 
1900-6, insp.-gen. of mounted inf. S. 
Africa 1902-8, commdg. 6 (Poona) divn. 
Southern army, India from 1908, maj.- 
gen. 1906 Poona, India ; Naval and 
Military and Marlborough clubs. 

Alderson, maj.-gen. sir Henry Jas., 
K.C.B. (1891), R.A. (ret.); b. 1834; m. 
1877, Florence, dau. of late sir E. H. 
Alderson, a baron of the Exchequer ; 
served throughout Crimean campaign, 
at Alma, Inkerman and Sebastopol, 
director of artilly. and stores 1884-91, 
pres. of ordnance committee 1891-6, 
ret. p. 1896, col. commdt. R.A. from 1905 : 
6 Hyde Park st. W. ; United Service club; 
Chavey Lawn, Lockes Ride, Bracknell. 

Alderson- Smith, Geo., s. of late 
John Smith, of Burley House, Leeds, and 
Belvedere, Harrogate ; b. 1834 ; m. 1, 
1860, Helen, dau. of John Alder, of Hull ; 
2, 1900, Eleanor M. E. eld. dau. of late 
maj. Wm. Cookson, 80 regt. ; is D.L., J. p. 
N. R. Yorks: Wheatcroft Cliff, Scar- 

Aldous, Hugh Graham, 3 s. of late 
Jas. Robt. Aldous ; b. 1859 ; m. 1898, Ca. 
May Inez, dau. of late maj.-gen. R. H. 
Travers (commdt. of School of Musketry, 
Hythe), of Timoleague, co. Cork ; J.P. 
(190G) Suffolk: 34 Brechin pi. South 
Kensmgton, S.W. ; Union club ; Kelsale 
Hall, nr. Saxmundham, Suffolk. 

Aldrioh, adml. Pelham, c.v.o. (1902), 
eld. s. of Pelham Aldrich, m.r.c.s. 
(d.l894); 6. 1844; m. 1875, Edith C. dau. of 
Wotton Isaacson, of Huntingdon: served 
as lstlt.H.M.S."Challenger"on exploring 
expdn. 1872, and H.M.S. " Alert " Arctic 
expdn. 1875-6, adml. supt.of Poi'tsmouth 
dockyard 1899-1902. adml. 1907, ret. 
list 1908 : United Service club ; The 
Croft, Gt. Bealings, Suffolk. 

Aldrich- Blake, rev. Fredc. Hooper, 
M.A. Cantab., eld. s. of rev. Fredc. Jas. 
Aldrich-Blake, patron and rect. of 
Welsh Bicknor, Herefordshire (d. 1904) ; 
b. 1863 ; TO. 1897, Emily Edith, dau. of 
rev. R. W. Vigors, rect. of Llanwenarth 
Citra, Mon. ; patron of Welsh Bicknor, 
Herefordshire, rect. from 1898, of Llan- 
wenarth Citra, Abergavenny, Mon. 

Aldridgre, Chas. Hy., j.p. (1901) 
Leicestershire : Sketchley Hall,Burbage, 

Aldridge, maj.John; m. 1871, Frances 
Mary, dau. of col. H.D. Carden, Knights- 
town, Portarlington ; J.P. (1882) Berks : 
Naval and Military club ; Inholmes, 

Aldworth, lady Mary, dau. of 3 earl 
of Bandon ; b. 1837 ; to. 1863, col. Richd. 
Wm. Aldworth, of Newmarket, co. Cork, 
J.P. {d. 1899) : Carrig-'rhu, Queenstown. 

Alexander, archbp., vide Armagh. 

Alexander, vise, (title which would 
be borne by eld. s., if any living, of earl 
of Caledon). 

Alexander, It.-col. Boyd Fras., 3 s. of 
late Boyd Alexander, Ballochmyle {d. 
1861), by dau. of late sir B. Hobhouse, 1 
bart. ; b. 1834 ; to. 1865, Mary, dau. (d. 
1905) of lata David Wilson, of Castle- 
ton, Surrey ; It.-col. late rifle brigade ; 
in Indian mutiny 1857-8, at Cawnpore 
and Lucknow : Carlton club ; Swifts 
Place, Cranbrook, Kent. 

Alexander, hon. Chas., s. of 3 earl 
of Caledon ; b. 1854 ; to. 1880, Catherine, 
dau. of Chas. Stayner, of Halifax, Nova 
Scotia; served in Egypt 1882, maj. 
(hon. It.-col. 1900), 3 battn. (mil.) R. 
Inniskilling fus. 1897-1904 : Jun. United 
Service club ; Sesskinawaddy, Castle- 
derg, CO. Tyrone. 

Alexander, sir Claud, 2 bart. (1886), 
only s. of maj.-gen. sir Claud Alexander, 



1 bart.j M.P. {d. 1899) ; b. 1867; m.1,1889, 
lady Diana, youngest dau. (div. 1894) of 
14 earl of Egllnton ; 2, 1896, Rachel B., 
youngest dau. of rev. Henry Holden, D.D., 
rect. of South Luffenliam,Eutland ; is J.P. 
CO. Ayr (^Reir, s. Wilfred A., q.v.) : Fay 
Gate Wood, Horsham, Sussex. 

Alexander, David Lindo, K.c, b.a. 
Cantab., 2 s. of Joshua Alexander; 6. 
1842 ; m. 1866 Hester, eld. dau. of late 
S J. Joseph ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1866, 
bencher 1895, Q.c. 1892,pre8. of the Jewish 
board of deputies: 11 York gate. Regent's 
Park, N.W. ; 20 Old sq. Lincoln's inn, 

Alexander, rev. David Mitchell, m.a. 
Oxon. ; J.P. W. R. Yorks, vicar of St. 
John, Bilton, from 1900 : Bilton Vicar- 
age, Harrogate. 

Alexander, David Thos., j.p. (1903) 
Grlamorgan : Bryneithon, Dinas Powis, 

Alexander, maj. Dudley Hy., o.m.g. 
(1904), 6 s. of Hy. Alexander, of Fork- 
hill House, CO. Armagh (d. 1877),by lady 
Louisa J., 2 dau. {d. 1896) of 2 earl of 
Ranf urly ; h. 1863 ; priv. sec. to gov. of 
N.Zealand (earl of Ranfurly) 1897-1901, 
maj. "W. Yorks regt. 1902-4, ret. p. 1904 : 
United Service club. 

Alexander, Francis, j.p. (1897) 
Wilts : 30 Belgrave sq. S.W. ; Everley 
House, Marlborough, Wilts. 

Alexander, Q-ranville H. J.,eld. s. of H. 
Alexander, of ForkhiU House,co. Armagh, 
D.L.(d 1877),by dau. of 2 earl of Ranfurly, 
b. 1862; m. 1880, Daisy, dau. of M. 
Mathews, of San Francisco, California ; 
D.L., J.P. CO. Armagh (sheriff 1883), late 
83 foot, capt. 3 battn. (mil.) R. Irish fus. 
1879-85 : Carlton and White's clubs ; 
Forkhill House, Forkhill, Armagh. 

Alexander, hon. Harold, 3 s. of 4 
earl of Caledor ; b. 1891. 

Alexander, col. Harvey, D.s.o.(1900), 
4 s. of capt. Caledon du Pr6 Alexander, 
1 life gds., of Auberies, Essex, d.l. {d. 
1884) ; b. 1859 ; m. 1890, Mildred Maria, 
youngest dau, of Chas. Prideaux-Brune, 
of Prideaux Place, Cornwall ; served in 
S. African war 1899-1901, It.-col. 10 huss. 
1900-2, brevet col. 1904, ret. 1906, J.P. 
(1907) Dorset: The Grange, Chetnole, 

Alexander, hon. Herbrand Chas. 2 s. 
of 4 earl of Caledon ; b. 1888 ; heir pres. 
to earldom. 

Alexander, James Dalison, eld. s. of 
J. Alexander, of Oak Bank, Kent {d.l899); 
b. 1846 ; m. 1885, lady Emily, eld. dau. of 
9 earl of Cork and Orrery ; 6. 1864 ; late 
capt. W. Kent yeom. ; D.L.Kent ; banker 

and E. India agent in London : 70 
Cadogan sq. S. W. ; 2 St. Helen's pi. 
E.C. ; Hamsell Manor, Bridge, nr. 
Tunbridge Wells ; Villa Francia, San 
Remo, Italy. 

Alexander, John, eld. s. of late John 
Alexander, M.P., of Milford, co. Carlo w ; 
b. 1850 ; m. 1896, Ethel, dau. of Kennett 
Bayley, of Sevenoaks, co. Dublin ; late 
maj. King's Drag, gds., J.P. co. Carlow 
(sheriff 1891) : Naval and Military, and 
Kildare St, (Dublin) clubs; Milford, 
Carlow, Ireland 

Alexander, John Edmund, j.p. (1895) 
Norfolk : 30 College rd. Norwich. 

Alexander, Joseph Tucker Burton-, 
only child of rev. Wm. Burton-Alex- 
ander, mill, of Free Cb. of Scotland {d. 
1891), by Mary {d. 1903), only child of 
late J. Tucker, of Pavenham Bury, 
Beds, D.L., j.p. : b. 1879 ; hon. attachd to 
embassy at Washington 1900-2, patron 
of Pavenham, j.p. (1901) Beds: The 
Bury, Pavenham, Bedford ; Darroch 
Learg, Ballater, N.B. 

Alexander, Lesley Wm., eld. s. of 
Thos. Alexander, of Fro wick House, 
Essex and Ahilly, co. Donegal {d. 1867) ; 
b. 1841 ; J.P. CO. Donegal : 29 Campden 
grove, Kensington, W. ; Ahilly, Bun- 
crana, co. Donegal. 

Alexander, sir Lionel Cecil Wm. 6 
bart. (1809) of Dublin, only s. of 5 bart. 
(d 1896) ; b. 1885 ; 2 It. 3 battn. (mil.) 
Shropshire L. I. 1904-5, It. gren. gds, 
from 1908 {Heir, cousin, Robt. Godfrey, 
b. 1894) : 6 Morpeth mansions, West- 
minster, S.W. ; Guards' club. 

Alexander, Nathaniel Stuart, 2 s. of 
Wm. Stuart Alexander, of Ballyarton, 
CO. Londonderry and grandson of late bp. 
(Alexander) of Meath : b. 1838 ; m. 1873, 
Dora, dau. of E. Currie, of Pickforde, 
Sussex; is J.P. (1891) Sussex: Cecil 
House, Church rd. and East Sussex club, 
St. Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex. 

Alexander, Philip Pembroke, s.of late 
Robt. Hy. Alexander, of Brandfold, Kent ; 
b. 1864; m. 1891, Katharine G. dau. of late 
Jas. Tinker, of Hordle Cliff, Hants : J.P. 
(1894) and c.c. (1907) Devon : Lay well, 
Brixham, Devon. 

Alexander, Reginald G^rvase, m.a. 
Cantab., M.D., F.L.8., s. of Wm. Alexan- 
der, M.D., F.R.CP. Lond., J.P. {d. 1888); 
m. 1879, Alicia Mary, only survg. dau. of 
late John Greenwood, of Castle Hall, nr. 
Mytholmrojd, Yorkshire ; is J.P. W. R. 
Yorkshire : Blackwall, Halifax ; Man- 
ningham lane, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

.Mexander, maj .-gen. Robt. R.A. 
(Madras), Zulu war, 1879, at Ulundi ; 


Afghan war, 1880 ; maj.-gen. 1897, ret. 
on pen. 1897 : Naval and Military club. 

Alexander, col. hon. Walter Philip, 
s. of 3 earl of Caledon ; h. 1849 ; m. 1882, 
Margaret Katherine, young, dau. of late 
rev. the hon. Fras. S. Grimston ; commd. 
1 cav, brig. Boer war 1899, at cross- 
ing of Reit and Modder rivers, It.-col. 
(brevet col. 1900), 2 drags. 1896-1900, 
ret. p. 1904, adj. R. E. Kent yeom. 1884-9, 
J.p. (1903) Wilts: Carlton and Cavalry 
clubs ; Church Farm House, Sutton 
Veuy, Warminster. 

Alexander, Wilfred Archibald, eld. 
survg. s. of sir Claud Alexander, 2 bart. : 
h. 1892. 

Alexander, Wm., j.p. (1908) North- 
umberland : Plover Hill House, Hexham. 

Alexander, Wm. Arthur, b.a. Oxon., 
only 8. of la re Wm. Alexander, of Brank- 
some Park, Dorset ; h. 1876 ; m. 1900, 
Elizabeth Katherine, 3 dau. of capt. 
Thos. Alexander, of Eastburn, Ayrshire ; 
barr. Inner Temple 1902, j.p. (1906) 
Dorset, It. Dorset yeo. from 1906 : 
Isthmian club ; Downe Hall, Bridport. 

Alexander, Wm Cleverly, 2 s. of 
Surrey ; b. 1840 ; m. 1861, Rachel A., dau. 
of Jeffery Lucas, of Hitchin, Herts. ; J.P. 
(1898) Sussex : Aubrey House, Campden 
Hill,Kens.W.; Burlington Fine Arts club; 
Heathfield Park, Heathfield, Sussex. 

Alexander, Wm. G-eo., s. of Joseph 
Alexander, of Hungerford ; b. 1862 ; m. 
1885, Elizabeth J., dau. of Thos. Brittain, 
London; j.p. (1906) Berks: Bridgeside, 

Alexander, Wm. Lancaster, s. of late 
Wm. Alexander, of Liverpool ; b. 1821 ; 
m. 1857, Frances, dau. {d. 1890) of late 
rev. Richd. Armitstead of Whitehaven ; 
j.p. Cumberland : Oak hill, Lorton, 

Alexander, hon. Wm. S. P., 4 s. of 4 
earl of Caledon ; b. 1895. 

Alexander, Edith, lady. — Vide rev. 
Fredk. Wm. Thurlow, m.a. 

Alexander, dow. lady. —Eliza, dau. of 
late Alex. Speirs, of Elderslie, m.p., lord- 
lieut. of Renfrewshire ; m. 1863, maj.- 
gen. sir Claud Alexander, 1 bart,, of 
Ballochmyle, M.p., d.l., j.p. {d. 1899) : 
24 Old Queen st. S.W. ; Nedging Hall, 
Bildeston, Suffolk 

Alexander, hon. mra. Emily C, 4 dau. 
of 1 baron Cottesloe ; b. 1838 ; m. 1882, 
rev. Chas. Leslie Alexander, rect. of Stan- 
ton, CO. Derby {d. 1888). 

Alexander, lady.— Mary Kathleen, 
dau. of rev. J. Dreaper, Northampton ; m. 


1877, as his 2 wife, sir John Wallis Alex- 
ander, 4 bart. (cZ. 1888). 

Alexander- Sinclair, capt, Edwyn 
Sinclair, p^.n., m.v.o. (4 class) 1908, 
ouly survg. s. of late capt. J. H. I. 
Alexander, R.N., c.B., of South Barr, 
Renfrewshire ; b. 1865; m. 1892, Julia 
M., youngest dau. of late col. C. V. 
Hamilton-Campbell, of Netherplace, 
Ayrshire ; assumed by royal licence 
addtl. name of Sinclair 1894 ; D.L., j.p. 
Caithness-shire, capt. R.N. from 1905 : 
Naval and Military and Boodle's clubs ; 
Dunbeath Castle, Caithness, N.B. 

Alford, vise, (title which would be 
borne by eld. s., if any living, of earl 

Alford, capt. Henry, p.g.s., f.z.s., 
F.R.G.S., s. of late Lewis Alford ; b. 1876 ; 
served with Nile expdy. force 1896, S. 
African war 1899-1901, capt. R. Scots 
Fus. 1901-2, capt. 3 battn. (special 
reserve) Cameron Highrs. from 1904, 
memb. R. Compy. of Archers (n.M.'s 
bodygd. for Scotland) : Ranelagh club ; 
Dalcross Castle, Gollanfield, Inverness- 

Alford, Robt., m.a. Oxon., 2 s. of 
rev. Walter Alford, vicar of Drayton, 
Somerset ; b. 1848 ; m. 1890, Henrietta, 
dau. of rev. Chas. L. Grueber, vicar of 
Hambridge, Somerset ; j.p. (1906) Somer- 
set : National Liberal club ; Heale House, 
Curry Rivel, Taunton. 

Alford, lady. — Helen, vide Edward 
Russell Burdon. 

Algroma, 3 bp. of (1873). rt. rev. Geo. 
Thorneloe m.a., d.c.L., d.d., s. of rev. 
Jas. Thorneloe, of Coventry, co. War- 
wick ; b. 1848 ; m. 1874 ; bp. of Algoma 
from 1897 : Bishophurst, Saulte Ste. 
Marie, Ont., Canada. 

Alington, lord (2 baron 1876, U.K.). 
Humphrey Napier Sturt c.v.o. (1905), 
eld. s. of i baron {d. 1904); b. 1859. ; m. 
1883, lady Feodorowna, eld dau. of 5. 
earl of Hardwicke, b. 1864; D.L., j.p. 
Dorset, and c.c. It. Dorset yeom. 1881-9, 
M.p. (c.) E. Dorset 1891-1904 {Heir, s. 
hon. Gerard P. M. N. Sturt, q.v.) : 38 
Portman sq. W. ; Carlton club ; Crichel, 

Alington, adml. Arthur Hildebrand, 
3 8. of Geo. Marmaduke Alington, of 
Swinhope, Lines., d.l., j.p. {d. 1890) ; b. 
1839 ; m. 1870, Charlotte M. dau. of rev. 
Chas. Moore, of Garlenick, Cornwall ; 
served in Baltic and Black seas during 
Russian war 1854-5, It. commdr. of 
" Britomart" on Lake Erie during Fenian 
riots 1866-8, commdr. of "Boxer" on W. 
coast of Africa 1877, Niger expdn., 2 in 


command Channel squadron 1895-6, 
adml. 1904, ret. list 1899, J.P. (1900) 
Parts of Lindsey, Lines : United Service 
club ; Swinhope House, nr. North 
Thoresby S. 0., Lines. 

Alington, Chas. Edmund Argentine, 
eld. s. of Julius Alington, of Little Bar- 
ford, Beds, J.P. (d 1905) ; b. 1872 ; lord 
of the manors of Little Barford, Letch- 
worth and Stotfold, j.p. (1906) Hunts 
and (1907) Beds.: Orleans club ; Little 
Barford House, nr. St. Neot's. 

Aliugrton, rev. Cjril Ai-gentine, M.A. 
Oxon., s. of rev. Hy. Giles Alington,M.A., 
rect. of Candlesby, Lines ; b. 1872 ; m. 
1904, hon. Hester Margaret, youngest 
dau. of 4 barou Lyttelton, 6. 1874; fell, 
of All Souls' coll. Ox. 1896-1903, asst. 
master at Eton coll. 1899-1908, head- 
master of Shrewsbury school from 1908 : 
School House, Shrewsbury ; The 
Chantrey, Ross-upon-Wye. 

Alingrton (rt. hon.) Evelyn H. lady.— 
dau. of late H. Blundell Leigh ; m. 1892, 
as his 2 wife, 1 baron Alington (d 1904) : 
41 Portland pi. W. 

Alison, sir Archibald, 3 hart. (1852), 
eld. s. of lieut-gen. sir Archibald 
Alison, 2 bart. G.C.B. {d. 1907) ; b. 
1862; m. 1888, G-eorgina, youngest dau. 
of late J. Bond-Cabell, of Cromer Hall, 
Norfolk; capt. 5battn. (mil.) Rifle brig. 
1885-95, col. sec. and registrar-gen. of 
the Bermudas 1888-1901 {Heir, s. Archi- 
bald, b. 1888): Possil House, Copse 
Hill, Wimbledon, S.W. ; Beetle's and 
United Empire clubs. 

Alison, Henry, B.A.Cantab., s. of late 
R,E.Alison,j.p.,D.L.; 6.1828 ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1853, treas. of county palatine of 
Lancaster from 1860 : Park Hall, Char- 
nock Richard, Chorley, Lanes ; County 
offices, Fishergate, Preston. 

Alison, dow. lady. — Jane, only dau. 
of late Jas. Black, of Dalmonach, N.B. ; 
m. 1858, gen. sir Archibald Alison, 2 
bart., G.c.B.,LL.D. (dl907): 93 Eaton 
pi. S.W. 

Allan, vide Havelock- Allan. 

Allan, Alex. s. of Bryee Allan,of Aros, 
CO. Argyll {d. 1874) ; b 1844 ; m. 1866, 
Julia E.,dau.of late A.M'Ewen,of Sunder- 
land, Island of Islay; d.l.,j.p. go. Argyll ; 
Jun. Carlton and New (Edinburgh) 
clubs ; Aros House, nr, Tobermory, I. of 
Mull, N.B. 

Allan, sir Hugh Montagu, c.v.o. 
(1907), 2 s. of late sir Hugh Allan, of 
Ravenscrag, Montreal ; b. 1860 ; m. 1893, 
Marguerite Ethel, dau, of late Hector 
Mackenzie, of Montreal ; dir. of the 
Allan Steamship Co. and of many other 

Co.'s ; in 1878 changed christian names 
from Hugh Andrew to Hugh Montagu, 
order of Rising Sun of Japan, 3 class, 
1907, knighted 1904 : Jun. Carlton and 
St, James's and Mount Royal (Montreal) 
clubs ; Ravenscrag, Montreal ; Montrose, 
Cacouna, Quebec, Canada. 

Allan, maj,-gen. William, s. of Alex. 
Allan, of Hillside, Edinburgh ; b. 1832 ; 
m. 1, 1870, Anne Campbell Penney, dau. 
{d. 1876) of lord Kinloeh, lord of session, 
Scotland ; 2, Jane Husey, dau. of rev. 
Jas. Senior, afterwards Husey-Huut, 
of Compton Castle, Somerset, rect. of 
Compton - Pauncefote - cum - Blackford ; 
served in Crimea 1854-6, in 41 Welsh 
regt. at battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
assault on the Redan, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, knt. Legion of Honour) ; 
brig,-gen, commdg, troops in Cyprus 
1890-4, ret. pay 1894, col. Welsh regt. 
from 1904 : Army and Navy and New 
(Edinburgh) clubs ; Hillside, Bidboro ugh, 

Allan, lady. — Jane, dau. of Walter 
Beattie, of Lockerbie, N.B. ; m. 1870, sir 
Wm. Allan, knt., D.L., J.P., M.P, (L.) 
Gateshead 1893-1903 (d. 1903) : Scotland 
House, Sunderland. 

Allan- Woddrop, Wm,, eld, s. of J. 
AUan-Woddrop, of Garvald, co. Peebles 
{d. 1845) ; b. 1829 ; m. 1856, Harriette S., 
dau, of rev. J. I. Beresford, of Maebie 
Hill, CO. Peebles ; J.P. Peeblesshire, D.L. 
Lanarkshire, late Scots greys, maj, (hon. 
It. -col, 1886) Lanarkshire yeom. 1882-7 : 
New club (Ediaburgh) ; Garvald, Dolph- 
inton, N.B. 

Allanby, Hy. Chas. Hynman, eld. 8. 
of H, H. Allenby, of Kenwick Hall, co. 
Lincoln, J.P. (d 1869) ; b. 1853 ; m. 1879, 
Mary Florence, dau. of Thos. Garfit, late 
M.P.; M.A. Oxon, capt. 3 battn. (mil.) 
Lincolnshire regt. 1879-85, capt. (hon. 
maj. 1889) 3 battn. (mil.) Seaforth 
Highlanders 1885-94, J.P. Parts of Lind- 
sey, Lines, assumed the original spelling 
of surname : Boodle's club ; Monks 
Tower, Lincoln. 

Allanson-Winn, Rowland Geo., b.a. 
Cantab., M.inst.C.E.i., only s. of hon. 
Rowland Allanson-Winn {d. 1888), and 
cousin of 4 baron Headley ; b. 1855 ; 7n. 
1899, Teresa St. Josephine, youngest 
dau. of late W. H. Johnson, formerly 
gov. of Leh, and in geological survey 
of Northern India ; J.P. co. Kerry (Heir 
pres. to barony of Headley) : Oxford and 
Cambridge club ; Glenbeigh, Killarney, 

Allardyce, Wm.Lamond,c.M.G.(1902) 
8, of col. Jas. Allardyce, ll.d., of Gul- 



qiioich, CO. Abprdeen ; b. 1861 ; to. 1895, 
Constance A., 2 dau. of M. R. Greene, 
J. p., of G-re J stones, Rowsley, Yictoria ; 
asst. col. sec. and receiver-gen. Fiji 1^98- 
1902, col. sec. and receiver-gen. 1902-4, 
administ. gov. 1901-1902, gov. of the 
Falkland Islands from 1904 : Govern- 
ment House, Stanley, Falkland Islands. 

AUaway, Wm. Rhys Po ^el. only s. of 
W. A. H. Kinnaird AUaway, of Craig-y- 
nos Castle, Breconsliire, J. P. ; b. 1866 ; to. 
1890, Gwladis Mary, dau. of H.Bullock- 
Webster, of Elton Hall, Salop; J. P. 
(1907) Merioneth : Artro House, Llan- 
bedr S.O. Merioneth. 

Allbutt, sir Thos. Clifford, k.c.b. 

(1907), M.D., LL.B., D.SC, M.A., F.R.S., 

F.8.A. &c., s. of rev. Thos. Allbutt, rect. 
of Debach, Suffolk; b. 1836; m. 1869, 
Susan, dau. of Thos. England, of Head- 
ingle y ; D.L., J. p. W. K. Yorks, J. P. 
Cambridgeshire, a commr. in lunacy 
1889-92, regius prof, physic at Univ. of 
Cambridge from 1892 : Athenaeum club ; 
St. Radegund's, Cambridge. 

Allcliin, sir Wm. Hy., m.d. Lond., 
F.K.c.P. Lond., M.R.c.s. Eng., f.r.s. 
Edin., eld. s. of dr. Allchin, of Baj^s- 
water, W. ; b. 1846 ; ?n. 1880, Margaret, 
eld. dau. of Alex. Holland, of New 
York, U.S.A. ; knighted 1907 : 5 Chandos 
St. Cavendish sq. W. ; Athenaeum and 
Conservative clubs ; Nut Tree Hall, 
Plaxtol, Kent. 

Allcock. Samuel, s. of Polycarp All- 
cock, of Redditch, Worcestershire ; b. 
1829 ; TO. 1849, Elizabeth, dau. {d. 1875) of 
Jas. Baylis, of Redditch ; 2, 1878, widow 
of Chas. Play fair, of Aberdeen ; J. p. 
Worcestershire : The Cedars, Redditch. 

Allcroft, Herbert John, eld. s. of John 
Derby Allcroft, of StokesayCourt, Salop, 
M.P., J p. {d. 1893) ; b. 1865 ; to. 1900, 
Margaret J., only dau. of late gen. sir 
W. Russell, 2 bart., c.B. ; j.p. (1895) 
Salop (sheriff 1893) : Stokesay Court, 
Onibury, Craven Arms S.O. & Stokesay 
Castle, Craven Arms S.O. Salop. 

Allen, col. Alfred Jas. Whitacre, 
C.B. (1908) ; b. 1857 ; served in Zulu war 
1879, Soudan expdn. 1884-5, N.W. 
Frontier of India 1897-8, Tirah expdn. ; 
brevet col. 1904 h.p. 

Allen Arthur Acland, s. of — . Allen, 
of Prestwich, Manchester ; h. 1868; m. 
dau. of J. D )Uglas Walker. K.c. ; 
L.C.C. from 1899, and dep.-chm.' 1908-9, 
M.P. (L.) Christchurch from 1906: 13 
Queen's Gate gdns. S.W. ; Reform and 
National Liberal clubs ; Southbourne 
House, Christchurch, Hants. 

Allen, Bulkeley, s. of John Allen, of 

Oldfield Hall, Altrincham, j.p. {d. 1892) ; 
b. 1839 ; TO. 1863, Mary E., dau. of late 
Edwd. Lynn, of Runcorn ; j.p. Cheshire : 
West Lynn, Altrincham, Cheshire. 

Allen, sir Chas., v.d. , chm. sir Hy. 
Bessemer & Co. Ltd., v.p. Sheffield and 
Hallamshire Bank and dir. The Ebbw- 
Yale Iron and Steel Co. Lt 1., Mon., j.p. 
(1898) Derbyshire, col. commdg. 3 brig. 
W. R. Yorks R.F.A. from 1897, 
knighted 1908 : Jun. Carlton club ; Ec- 
clesall, Sheffield. 

Allen, Chas. Eras. Egerton, b.a. 
Cantab, 3 survg. s. of late Chas. Allen, 
of Tenby,Pembrokeshire, J. P., late memb. 
legist, council of gov.-gen. of India ; b. 
1847 ; TO. 1891, Georgina, eld. survg. dau. 
of late Wm Wilcox, of Whitburn, nr. 
Sunderland ; barr. Inner Temple 1871, 
rec. of Rangoon 1883-84, J.P. Haverford- 
west and '1907) Pembrokeshire, M.P. 
(L.) Pembroke and Haverfordwe-t dist. 
1892-5 : Hill Cottage, Tenby. 

Allen, sir Chas. Geo. Hillersden, Ind. 
C. S. 1885, served in Bengal as asst. 
mag. and collr., and settlt. officer, joint 
mag. and dep. collr. 1893, mag. and 
collr. 1896, chm. Calcutta corpn. 1905, 
knighted 1908. 

Allen, Chas. Peter, s, of Peter Allen ; 
b. 1861 ; barr. Inner Temple 1888, M.P. 
(l.) Mid Gloucestershire from 1900 : 
National Liberal club ; Farmhill Park, 
Stroud, Glos. 

Allen, Clement Eras. Romilly,F.R.G.s. ; 
4 s. of Launcelot Baugh Allen, of 
Cilrhiw, Pembrokeshire ; b. 1844 ; m. 
1877. Edith L., dau. of rev. Robt. Wedg- 
wood, of Dumbleton, Glos ; formerly 
H.M. consul at Foochow, China, j.p. 
(1900) Derbyshire : Royal Societies' 
club ; Southtield, Woodchester, Stroud, 

Allen, Elliston, j.p. Suffolk : The 
Grove, Ballingdon, Sudbury, Suffolk. 

Allen, capt. Evans Mynde, late 1 
battn. R. Scots Fus., only s. of late Robt. 
Allen, M.A., B.o.L., p.-i.A., serjt.-at-law, 
with pat. of precedence, of the Elms, 
Crawley, Sussex; b. 1839; to. 1872, 
Frances Maria, dau. of late rev. W. 
Hulme, M.A., J. p., rect. of Brampton Ab- 
botts, Herefordshire; is D.L., J. P. Hereford- 
shire, lord of the manor of Upton Bishop: 
Naval and Military club ; Manor House, 
Upton Bishop, Ross, Herefordshire. 

Allen, Geo. Edmund, s. of John Allen, 
of Coleridge House, Devon, D.L., J.P. {d. 
1883) ; b. 1841 ; to. 1, 1872, Catherme R., 
3 dau. of rev. W. Cooper Johnson, rect. 
of Diptford, Devon ; 2, 1894, Agnes C, 
2 dau. of capt. R. J. Knox, late Cara- 


bineers, of Cahirleske, co. Kilkenny; 
late capt. S. Devon mil. : Wickeridge, 
Woodland, Ashburton, Devon, 

Allen, Henry, 3 s. of Jas. Allen, of 
Somersetshire ; h. 1872 ; m. 1895, hon. 
Fanny fc^ophia, 2 dan. of late adml. 1 
baron Hood of Avalon, G.C.B., b. 1860 : 
Broadway Lodge, Glastonbury. 

Allen, Hy. Geo., k.c, m.a. Ch. Ch. 
Oxon, 2 8. of late J. Hensleigh Allen, 
Cresselly, Pembrokeshire, M.P. ; b. 1816 ; 
barr. Lincoln's Inn 1841, Q.C. 1880; J.p. 
Pembrokeshire (chm. quart, sess. and of 
C.c.) and Carmarthenshire, D.L., J. P. 
Haverfordwest; M.P. (L.) Pembroke 
Boroughs 1880-6: Paskeston, nr. Pem- 

Allen, Hy. Robinson, 2 s. of Michael 
Allen, of Hull; b. 1848; m. 1876, dau. 
of R. Wood, of Farnley, Yorks ; J. P. 
(1906) W. R. Yorks : National Liberal 
club ; Holywell Hall, nr. Halifax. 

Allen, Henry Seymour, eld. survg. s. 
of S. P. Allen, of Cresselly House, D.L., 
J.P. {d. 1861), by dau. of 4 earl of 
Portsmouth ; b. 1847 ; late 1st life gds., 
D.L., J.P. Pembrokeshire (sheriff 1873) : 
Cresselly House, Jeffreston, Pembroke. 

Allen, Herbert Jas. f.r.g.s., m.r.a.s., 
eld. 8. of Chas. Allen, of 10 Norton, 
Tenby, co. Pembroke ; b. 1841 ; to. 1877, 
Mary C. dau. of Wm. Jas. Goodeve, of 
Clifton, Glo'stershire ; H.B.M. consul for 
Newchwang, China, ret., J. p. Pembroke- 
shire : 10 Norton, Tenby. 

Allen, Jefferys Philip Thos., only s. 
of col. C. J. W. Allen, of Lyngf ord,Taun- 
ton, J.P. {d. 1893) ; b. 1867 ; m. 1896, 
Rose, eld. dau. of late gen. sir Chas. W. 
D. Staveley, g.c.b. ; capt. W. Somerset 
yeom. 1889-97 : Jun. Canton and Cavalry 
clubs ; LjTigf ord, Taunton. 

Allen, John, s. of late John Allen, of 
Ivybridge, Devon ; b. 1835 ; J.P. (1903) 
Devon : City Liberal club ; Stowford 
Lodge, Ivybridge. 

Alien, John, eld. s. of Wm. Allen, of 
Evenley Hall, Northants, J.P. (d. 1905) ; 
b. 1869 ; m. 1893, Mabel, 4 dau. of Beville 
Ramsay, of Croughton House, North- 
ants, J.P. ; is J.P. (1896) Northants: 
White's club ; Brackley House, Brack - 
ley, Northants. 

Allen, John Edwd., J.P. (1897) 
Middlx. : Denne Hill, nr. Canterbury. 

Allen, maj.-gen. John Edwd. ; served 
with 79 Highlanders in Crimea, 1855, at 
Sebastopol ; Indian mutiny, 1858-9, at 
Lucknow ; It.-col. (col. 1885) commdg. 1 
battn. High.L.1. 1884-7, ret. p.l887: Army 
and Navy and Union (Brighton) clubs. 
Allen, John Richd., 2 s. of late Jas. 

Allen, of Shepton Mallet, Somerset ; b. 
1855; J.P. (1908) Somerset: Highfield, 
Shepton Mallet. 

Allen, maj.-gen. Ralnh Edwd., c.b. 
(1900), eld.s. of maj.R. S.*Allen,of Hamp- 
ton Manor, Somerset, D.L., j.p.. m.p. )d. 
1887) ; b. 1846 ; educ. at Eton ; J.P. 
Somerset; served with Bechuanaland 
expdn. 1884-5. S. African war 1899-1901, 
It.-col. (col. 1889) 2 battn. E. Yorkshire 
regt. 1893-6, ret. p. 1903 with hon. rank 
of maj.-gen. : 10 Hanover sq. W. ; 
Naval and Military, Anny and Navy and 
St. James' clubs. 

Allen, Ralph Oliver, only survg. s. of 
rev. Wm. Arthur Allen, of Stocklinch 
Manor, Somerset (d. 1881) ; b. 1872; J.P. 
(1900) Somerset : Stocklinch Manor, 

Allen, Russell, eld. s. of Peter Allen, 
of Manchester ; b. 1860 ; to. 1886, 
Blanche, eld. dau. of Jas. Moseley, J. P., 
of Manchester ; D,L. Anglesey (sheriff 
1902) : 10 Victoria terr. Beaumaris ; 
Davenham Hall, nr. North wich. 

Allen, Walker, s. of Walker Allen, of 
Radcliffe; b. 1842; to. 1877, Mary A., 
dau. of John Wild, of Whitefield, Lanes. ; 
J.P. (1894) Lancashire: Holly Bank, 
Whitefield. Manchester 

Allen, Walker, jun.,. J.P. (1898) Lan- 
cashire : The Beeches, Hollinhurst, Rad- 
cliffe, Manchester. 

Allen, Walter Stott, only s. of late 
John Allen, formerly gov. of the County 
House of Correction, Leicester ; b. 1842; 
m. 1879, Mary, dau. of John Grundy, of 
Packington, Leicestershire ; J.P. (1904) 
Warwickshire : Rose Hill, Atherstone. 

Allen (his honor judge), Wilfred 
Baugh, 2 s. of Geo. Baugh Allen, of 
Cilrhiw, Pembrokeshire, D.L., J.P. {d. 
1898) ; b. 1849 ; to. 1883, Anne S., 4 dau. 
of rev. Robt. Wedgwood, of Dumbleton, 
Glos. ; barr. Inner Temple 1882, judge 
of county courts (circuit No. 18) from 
1903, J.P. (1901) Pembrokeshire, Notts, 
Yorks and Mansfield: 4 Paper bldgs.. 
Temple, E.C. ; Bramcote, Nottingham ; 
Cilrhiw, Narberth. 

Allen, Wm., eld. s. of Wm. Shepherd 
Allen, of Woodhead Hall, Staffs, D.L., 
J.P. ; b. 1870 ; to. 1893, Jeannette dau. 
of John Hall; is J.P. Staffs (and C.c. 
from 1901), M.P. (l.) Newcastle-under- 
Lyme 1892-1900, capt. S. Australian 
M.L 1901: 8 Drayton court. South 
Kensington, S.W. ; 2 Plowden bldgs. 
Temple, E.C. ; Lloyds Bank chambers, 
Hanley ; Sports club ; Woodhead Hall, 
nr. Cheadle, Staffs. 
Allen, Wm. Bird, B.A. Cantab, eld. 


survg. s. of Joshua Bird Allen, J. P. {d. 
1880) ; b. 1851 ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1876, 
J. P. Pembrokeshire : Oxford and Cam- 
bridge club. 

Allen, Wm.Hy..M.R.i.,M.i.o.E.,F.R.G.s., 
p.s.s., P.I, Inst., s. of Wm. Geo. Allen, of 
CardiflE,Glam. ; b. 1844 ; m. 1, 1864, Annie 
Mary Pemberton, dau. of Eichd. Thos. 
Howell, of Bryn - y - caerau Castle, 
Llanelly, Carmarthenshire ; 2, 1887, 
Madeline Agnew, dan. of W. J. Fedden, 
of Rockleaze Point. Stoke Bishop. Glos. ; 
is J.P. (1897) Beds (sheriff 1904): 1 Dean's 
yard, Westminster, S.W. ; Royal So- 
cieties, and Town and County (Bedford) 
clubs ; Bromham House, Bromham. Beds. 

Allen, Wm. Hy., m.a. Cantab, 2 s. of 
Wm. Allen, of Evenley Hall, Northants, 
J.P. (d. 1905); /'. 1870; barr. Inner 
Temple 1899, It. R. Bucks yeom. 
1889-97, capt. Edinburgh artill. mil. 
1897-1905 ; J.P. (1905) Northants : 
White's club ; Evenley Hall, Brackley. 

Allen, Wm. Shepherd, s. of Wm.AUen, 
Woodhead Hall, Cheadle (d 1871); b. 
1831; m. 1869, Elizabeth P., only child, 
dau. of late J. Candlish, M.P. ; M.A. Oxon, 
D.L., J.P. Staffordshire, m.p. (l.) New- 
castle-under-Lyme 1865-86: Reform club; 
Woodhead Hall, nr. Cheadle, Staffs ; 
Annandale, Piako, N. Zealand. 

Allen, hon. mrs. Fanny Sophia, vide 
Henry Allen. 

Allen, mrs. Florence A., 3 dau. of 
late J. C. Warren ; m. 1861, rev. Wm. 
Arthur Allen, of Stocklinch Manor, Som- 
erset {d. 1881) ; patron of 2 livings and 
lady of the manor of Stocklinch Ottersey : 
Stocklinch Manor, Ilminster. 

Allen, lady. — Maud, dau. of late rev. 
J. Fisher Turner, rect. of Winkleigh, 
Devon ; m. 1876, sir Geo. Wm, Allen, 
K.c.i.E. {d. 1900): 5 Cadogan pi. S.W. 

Allen, lady. — Marian, eld. dau. of rev. 
Wm.B.Boyce ; m. 1851, sir Geo.Wigram 
Allen, K.C.M.G., speaker of legisl. assem- 
bly N.S.Wales 1875-83 (dl885) : Toxteth 
park, Sydney, N. S. Wales. 

Allen-Hoblyn, capt. Charles Wm. 
Poynder, eld. s. of late rev. Chas. Allen, 
vicar of Bushley, Worcs ; b. 1S51; m. 
1894, Zoe E., dau. of W. Paget Hoblyn, 
of The Fir Hill, Cornwall ; capt, R.N. on 
ret. list 1902, j.p. (1906) Worcestershu-e : 
The Khydd, Hanley Castle, Woi'cester. 

Allen-Jefferys, Jefferys Charles, 
B.A. Cantab., s. of late rev. Wm. Jefferys 
Allen, J.P. ; b. 1847 ; m. Mary, only dau. 
of Thos. Dawson, of Northampton, 
barr. Inner Temple, 1872, J.P. Somerset, 
lord of manor of Bawdrip, Somerset, 

assumed addtl. name of Jefferys, 1889 : 
Automobile and New University clubs. 

AUenby, brig.-gen.Edmund Hy. Hyn- 
man, o.R. (1902), s. of Hynman Allenby, 
of F.^lixstowe ; b 1861 : m. 1890, Adelaide 
Mabel, dau. of H. E. Chapman, of Don- 
head House, Salisbury ; served with 
Bechuanaland expdn. 1884-5, Zululand 
1888, S. African war 1899-1902, It.-col. 5 
lancers 1902-5, brevet col, 1902, brig.- 
gen. commdg, 4 cav. brig, from 1906 : 
Roman Hill House, Blackheath, nr. 
Colchester ; Naval and Military club. 

Allenby, capt. Reginald Arthur, R.N., 
M.v.o. 4 class (1904), s. of maj. Robt. 
Allenby, J.P. of York ; b. 1861 ; m. 1896, 
Nina Jane, eld. dau. of maj. -gen. Hugh 
Shaw, v.c, c.B. ; sub-It, of "Achilles" 
during Egyptian war 1882, attache to 
Germany, Denmark and Holland 1903-6, 
capt, B,N. 1902 : 20 Ashburton rd. 
Southsea ; United Service club, 

Allenby, maj. Robt., J.P. (1888) W.R. 
Yorks : St. Mary's Lodge, York, 

Allendale, lord (2 baron 1906, U.K.), 
Wentworth Canning Blackett Beaumont, 
P.C. (1907), M.A. Cantab., eld. s. of 1 
baron {d. 1907), by lady Margaret, 4 
dau. (d. 1888) of 1 marq. of Clanricarde ; 
b. 1860; m. 1889, lady Alexandrina 
L. M., dau. of 5 marq. of Londonderry, 
b. 1863 ; J.P, W, R, Yorks, d,l,, j.p, 
Northumberland; formerly capt. 3battn. 
(mil.) R. Welsh Fas., capt. Yorkshire 
Huss. I. Y. 1899-1901, hon, maj. 1901, 
vice -chamberlain of His Majesty's 
household 1905-7, M.p. (l.) Northumber- 
land (Hexham divn.) 1895-1907, capt. of 
the yeomen of the guard from 1907, 
chm. Northumberland Territl. Force 
Assoc, from 1908 (Heir, s. hon. W. H. C. 
Beaumont, q.v.) : 144 Piccadilly, S.W. ; 
Brooks's, Turf and Travellers' clubs ; 
By well Hall, Stocksfield-on-Tyne S.O. 
Northumh ; Bretton Park, Wakefield. 

Allendale (rt. hon.), dow. lady. — 
Edith Althea, eld. dau. of latelt.-gen. 
Hy. Meade Hamilton, (J.B.; m. 1, 1878, 
maj. -gen. sir Geo. Pomeroy-Colley, 
K.C.S.I., C.B., C.M.G, {d. 1881); 2, 1891, 
as his 2 wife, 1 baron Allendale (d. 
1907) : 32 Queen Anne's gate, S,W. 

Allerton, lord (1 baron U.K. 1902), 
Wm. Lawies Jackson, P.O. Eng. and Irel. 
(1890), eld. 8. of late Wm. Jackson, of 
Leeds ; b. 1840 ; m. 1860, Grace, dau. {d. 
1901) of Geo. Tempest; j.p. W. R, 
Yorks and Leeds, chm. of Gt. Northern 
Railway Co., provl. grand master of 
Freemasons for W. Yorks from 1893, 
M.P. (c.) Leeds 1880-5, North divn. 1885- 
1902, fin. sec, to treas. 1886-91, chief sec. 



for Ireland 1891-92, mayor of Leeds 
1895-6, raised to the peerage 1902 {Heir, 
s. hon. Geo. Herbert Jackson, q.v.^ : 
27 Cadogan sq. S.W. ; Carlton, Athe- 
naeum and St, Stephen's clubs ; Allerton 
Hall, Chapel Allerton, nr. Leeds. 

Alleyne, Edwd. Fitzgerald Massey, 
J.P. (1906) Devon : The Cottage, Gravel 
walk, Cullompton 

Alleyne, sir John Gay Newton, 3 
bart, (1769), M. inst. C.B., s. of 2 bart. (d. 
1870); b. 1820 ; m. 1851, Augusta I., dau. 
of sir Henry Fitz-Herbert, 3 bart.; war- 
den of Dulwich College 1843-51, capt. 12 
Derbyshire vols. 1862-73, J.P. and c.A. 
Derbyshire {Heir, grands. John Mey- 
nell, q.v.) : Chevin, Belper, Derbyshire; 
3 Cambridge pi. Falmouth. 

Alleyne, John Meynell, eld. s. of 
Reynold Hy. Newton Alleyne and 
grands, and heir to sir John Gay New- 
ton Alleyne, 3 bart. ; h. 1889 ; mid. R.N. 

Allfrey, Fredk. Wm., 3 s. of Edwd. 
Allfrey, of Salehurst, Sussex {d. 1834) ; 
h. 1819 ; m. 1845, Emily, dau. {d. 1886) 
of sir Robt. Moubray, K.H.,of Cockairney, 
Fife : Stanbury, Reading. 

Allfrey, Herbert Cyril, eld. s. of maj. 
Goodrich Holmsdale Allfrey, of Woke- 
field Park, Berks, late 2 drag, gds., J.P. 
{d. 1898) ; b. 1874 ; m. 1897, Norah, dau. 
of John Gilbert Meiggs, of 123 Cromwell 
rd. S.W. ; J.P. (1899) Berks and (1902) 
N. R. Yorks : 31 Lowndes sq. S.W. ; 
Burrough Court, Melton Mowbray. 

Allfrey,capt.Moubray,eld. s. of Fredk. 
Wm. Allfrey, of Stanbury, Berks, by 
Emily, dau. of sir Robt.Moubray, K.H., of 
Otterstone and Cockairney ; b. 1853 ; m. 
1881, hon. Beatrice E. A., eld. dau. of 14 
baron Saye and Sele, b. 1857 ; late capt. 
15 huss. : Naval and Military club ; 
Greenways, Chippenham, Wilts. 

Allgrood, rev. James, m.a, Oxon, s. of 
R. L. Allgood, of Nunwick, Northumb. 
{d. 1854) ; b. 1826 ; m. dau. {d. 1876) of 
late C. A, Williamson ; rect. of Ingram, 
Alnwick, 1852-87 : Nunwick Hall, Hum- 
shaugh-on-Tyne S.O. Northumb. 

AlUiusen, Augustus Henry Eden, eld. 
s. of Henry C. Allhusen {d. 1871) and 
grands, of Christian Allhusen, of Stoke 
Court, Bucks, d.l., j.p. {d. 1890) ; b. 
1867 ; m. 1«96, Dorothy, younger dau. of 
lady St. Helier by her first husband, late 
col. hon. John Stanley ; late 2 It. Bucks 
yeom., D.L., J.P Bucks, asst. priv. sec. 
(unpaid) to rt. hon. W. St. John 
Brodrick (see. of state for India) in 1905, 
M.P. (c.) Salisbury 1897-1900, Hackney 
(Central divn.) 1900-6: Carlton and 

White's clubs ; Stoke Court, Stoke 
Poges, Bucks. 

Allison, Harold, 3 s. of Wm. Hy. 
Allison, of Parkend, Lockerbie, N.B. 
and Undercliff, co. Durham, D.L., J.P. ; 
b. 1870 ; m. 1894, lady Diana, youngest 
dau. of 14 earl of Eglinton. 

Allison, Hy. Thos. J.P. (1907) N. R. 
Yorks : Low House. Stanghow, Skelton, 

Allison, Jas.,eld.s. of Wm.Hy .Allison, 
V.D., of Undercliffe, co. Durham, D.L., 
J.P. ; b. 1854 ; m. 1, 1882, Edith H., 
youngest dau. of late rev. Alex. Napier, 
vicar of Holkham, Norfolk; 2, 1884, 
Edith B. eld. dau. of late R. M. Davidson, 
of High Cross, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; J.P. 
(1893) CO. Durham, maj. (hon. Ueut.-col. 
1895) 3 battn. (mil.) Durham L. I. 1890- 
1900 : United Service club ; Undercliffe, 
nr, Sunderland, 

Allison, Robt. Andrew, eld. survg. s. 
of J. Allison, of Stanwix, Carlisle {d. 
1842); b. 1838; m. 1, 1867, Laura A., 
younger dau, {d. 1892) of J. M. Atkinson, 
Thorp Arch, co. York ; 2, 1897, Sara E., 
only daughter of rev. canon Slater, of 
Goathland, Bournemouth ; D.L., J.P. 
Cumberland (sheriff 1908), M.P. (l.) N. 
Cumberland, 1885-1900: New University 
club ; Scaleby Hall, Carlisle. 

Allison, Wm. Henry, v.d., s. of Jas. 
Allison, of Undercliffe. co. Durham {d. 
1865); b. 1827; m.'l852, Margaret, 
dau. of John Clay, of Cleadon Meadows ; 
D.L., J.P. (1875) CO. Durham, j.p. (1905) 
Bucks, hon. col. Newcastle-on-Tyne vol. 
engineers (r.e.) 1889 : Undercliffe, nr. 
Sunderland ; Tickf ord Abbey, Newport 
Pagnell, Bucks. 

Alliston, Fredk. Prat, b. 1832 ; one 
of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the City of 
London, sheriff 1898-9, aldm. of Bread 
St. ward 1895-1908, head of firm of 
Alliston & Co., Ltd., warehousemen : 
Kamesburgh, Beckenham ; 46 Friday st. 

Allix, Chas. Israel Loraine, eld. s. of 
Chas. Peter AUix, of S waff ham Prior 
House, Cambs, D.L., J.P. ; h. 1872 ; m. 
1906, hon. Hilda, 3 dau. of 2 baron 
Belper, h. 1879 ; D.L., J.P. (1894) Cam- 
bridgeshire: Jun.Carlton club; Swaffham 
Prior House, nr. Cambridge. 

Allix, Charles Peter, 6. 1842 ; m. 1866, 
Laura A. W., dau. of Richd. Lee Bevan, 
of Brixworth Hall, Northants ; D.L., J.P. 
Cambridgeshire : Junior Carlton club; 
Swaffham Prior House, nr. Cambridge. 

Allix, col, Noel Charles Noel, only s. 
of Fredk. Wm. Allix, of Willoughby 
Hall, Lines, d.l„ j,p. {d. 1894) ; b. 1846 ; 


m. 1871, Helen, eld. dau. (d. 1889) of 
Edwin Taunton, of Bromborough, 
Cheshire ; D.L., J.P. Lincolnshire, knt. of 
the orders of the Medjidie and the 

AUman, Eobt.,c.M.G. (1901),L.R.C.s.i., 
L.R.O.P.I., s. of late rev. Wm. Allman, 
M.A., M.D., of Lurgy Vale. Kilmacrenan ; 
b. 1854 ; m. 1893, Constance Maude, 2 
dau. of late Edmund Murphy, j.P., chief 
receiver court of chancery, Ireland ; 
apptd. princ. med. officer, Oil Rivers 
Protectorate (now Southern Nigeria) 
Sept. 1891 and organized med. dept., 
princ. med. officer Cross River, Eket and 
Okrika expdns. 1895-6, Benin City expdn. 
1897, Oraa expdn. 1897, Ekuri expdn. 
1897-8, Ubiuni and Ishau expdns. 1899, 
also of the Arno expdn. 1901-2, memb. 
committee at Colonial Office for re- 
organization of the W. African med. 
staff Oct. 1901: 2 Cowper villas, 
Palmerston Park, Dublin ; Sports club. 

Allott, John Geo., eld. s. of late rev. J. 
Allott, of S. Kirkby, Yorks, and rect. of 
Maltby, Lines, J.P. {d. 1888) ; m. 1871, 
Louisa, eld. dau. of M. Staniland, of 
Ilarrington Hall, Lines, ex M.P. ; J.P. 
Lincolnshire : Jun. United Service club ; 
Eastfield House, Louth, Lines. 

Allport, Howard Aston, s. of sir Jas. 
Joseph Allport, knt. {d. 1892) ; b. 1842 ; 
m. 1, 1872, Sarah, dau. {d. 1897) of Thos. 
Coote, of Oaklands, Hunts ; 2, 1901, 
Marguerite Katharine Mary, dau. of Geo. 
L. Bokenham, London ; J.P. (1897) 
W. R. Yorks : Reform and United Em- 
pire clubs ; Dodwortb Grove, nr. Barus- 
ley, Yorks ; Woodmoor, Branksome 
Park, Bournemouth. 

Allsebrook. Wilton, 4 s. of Wm. Pole 
Jones Allsebrook, j.P. (d. 1906); b. 1875 ; 
J.P. (1907) Notts : Aspley, Nottingham. 

AUsopp, hon. Alfred Percy, 7 s. of 1 
baron Hindlip ; b. 1861 ; m. 1890,Lilian M. 
eld. dau. of late rev. J. Stanley Chesshire, 
rect. of Hindlip ; chm. of S. Allsopp 
& Sons, Lim.,Burton-on-Trent 1895-1900; 
D.L. Staffs., J.P. Worcestershire and 
Worcester (mayor 1892-3 and 1894-6), 
M.P. (c.) Taunton 1887-95: Battenhall 
Mount, Worcester. 

Allsopp, hon. Chas. Samuel Victor, 
s. of 3 baron Hindlip ; b. 1906. 

Allsopp, capt. hon. Frederic Ernest, 
late R.A. 6 s. of 1 baron Hindlip ; b. 1857 : 
Naval and Military, White's and Pratt's 
clubs ; Hadzor House, Hadzor,Droitwich. 

Allsopp, capt. hon. Herbert T., 5 s. of 
1 baron Hindlip ; b. 1855 ; m. 1891, Edith 
M., 4 dau. of H. C. Okeover, of Okeover, 
Staffs, J.P., by dau. of 3 baron Water- 


park ; capt. 10 huss. 1887-90 ; in Afghan 
war 1878-9, at Ali-Musjid ; and in Soudan 
expedn. 1884, at El Teb and Tamai, 
J.P. (1902) Staffordshire: Naval and 
Military club; Walton Bury, nr. Stafford. 

Allsopp, It. -col. hon. Ranulph, 4 s. of 
1 baron Hindlip ; k 1848 ; m. 1898, 
Margaret, dau. of late Wm. Whitbread ; 
maj. R.A. 1885-9, ret. p. 1889, It.-col. Hon. 
Artill. Co. 1891-3 : Naval and Military 
club ; Marden Ash, 20 Bath rd. Bourne- 

Allsopp, It.-col. hon. Wm. Hy., M.A. 
Oxon, 2 s. of 1 baron Hindlip ; b. 1843 ; 
formerly maj. and hon. It.-col. 3 battn. 
Worcester regt. ; a member of Lloyd's : 
Lloyd's, Royal Exchange, E.C. ; Heme 
Bay club, Heme Bay. 

Allsopp, lady Mildred, 3 dau. of 8 earl 
of Shaftesbury, b. 1«67 ; m. 1895, hon. 
George Higginson Allsopp, m.p., d.l., 
J.P. {d. 1907) : 87 Gloucester pi. W. 

Allwood, Jas., c.M.G. (1903),collector- 
gen. of customs, excise and internal 
revenue of Jamaica 1877-1904, ret. 1904. 

Alma-Tadema, sir Lawrence, o.m. 

(1905), R.A. (1879),H.R.S.A., P.S.A., R.W.S., 

Lit.D., D.C.L., s. of Pieter Tadema ; b. 
1836 ; m. 1871, Laura Theresa, dau. of 
G. N. Epps, M.R.C.S. ; knighted 1899 : 34 
Grove End rd.N.W.; Athenaeum, Garrick 
and Arts clubs. 

Almack, Henry Horn, only s. of R. 
Almack, of Long Melford, Suffolk, J.P. 
(d. 1875) ; b. 1835 ; J.P. and c.c. Suffolk : 
Long Melford S.O. Suffolk. 

Almond, John, eld. s. of Wm. 
Almond, of Farnworth, Lnncs; b. 1859; 
m. 1888, dau. of John Edmondson, of 
Lytham, Lanes ; J.P, (1907) Lancashire : 
Park View, Bolton rd. Farnworth, nr. 
Bolton, Lanes. 

Alsop. Robt., J.P. (1906) Devon : 
Land score Lodge, Teignmouth. 

Alston, Alex. Rowland, eld. s. of sir 
Fras. Beilby Alston, K.C.M.G., J.P. {d. 
1906), by Emily, dau. of late Bridges 
Taylor, of Elsinore, Denmark ; b. 1863 ; 
m. 1898, Muriel, eld. dau. of late rev. 
canon Thos. Blundell, of Halsall, Lanes, 
hon. chapln. to His Majesty ; J.P. (1903) 
Beds : Travellers' and Marlborough 
clubs ; The Tof te, Sharnbrook, Beds. 

Alston, Rowland Crewe, b.a. Cantab, 
eld. s. of Crewe Alston, of Odell Castle, 
Beds., J.P. (d 1901) ; b. 1852 ; m. 1882, 
Mary E. A., only dau. of late R. A. 
Johnson and co-heir of R. Alison, of 
Woolton Heys, Liverpool, J.P. ; is J.P 
Beds. : Arthur's and Wellington clubs ; 
Odell Castle, nr. Bedford. 

Alston, Wm. Chas., eld. s. of W. C. 



Alston of Elmdon Hall, co.War wick.,D.L. 
J.P. {d. 1862); b. 1842 ; D.L., J.P.Warwick- 
shire (sheriff 1884), maj. and hon. It.-col. 
Warwickshire yeom. 1899-1901: Arthur'a 
club ; Elmdon Hall, Elmdon, nr. Bir- 

Alt, col. Wm. John, c.B. (1901), v.o., 
F.R.G.S., s. of late Daniel Alt ; h. 1840 ; 
m. 1864, Elizabeth C, only child of late 
G. Windsor Earl ; late commndg. 22 
Middlx. (Central London Rangers) R.Y., 
hon. col. of 12 battn. County of Lon- 
don regt. from 1907 : St. Stephen's club ; 
Villa Aurelia, Rappallo, Liguria, Italy. 

Altamont, earl of. Geo.Ulick Browne, 
F.8.A., P.Z.8., eld. s. of 5 marq. of Sligo ; 6. 
1856 ; m. 1887, Agatha Stewart, dau. of 
late Jas. Stewart Hodgson, of Lythe 
Hill, Haslemere (vise. Westport title 
borne by eldest son) ; served in Afghan 
war 1879-80, late capt. Bengal cav., D.L., 
J.P. CO. Mayo : 7 Upper Belgrave st. 
S.W. ; Travellers' club ; Highfield, 
Haslemere, Surrey. 

Altliam, brig.-gen.Edwd. Altham,C.B. 
(1904), c.M.G. (1901); h. 1856 ; m, 1880, 
Georgina E., dau. of Wm. David Nicol, 
of Inverness ; served with Bechuanaland 
expdn. 1884-5, S. African war 1899-1900, 
A.Q.M.G. Army headquarters 1901-4, 
brig. -gen. on genl. staff, H. Q., S. Africa 
1906-8, brig.-gen. in charge of admin. 
Northern commd. from 1908 : Holly 
Croft, York; Jun. Naval and Military 

Althorp, 1 vise. (1905, U.K.). Chas. 
Rt. Spencer, P.O., v.D., 2 s. of 4 earl 
Spencer ; h. 1857; m. 1887, hon. Margaret, 
2 dau. {d. 1906) of 1 baron Revel'toke, b. 
1868 ; is heir pres. to his bto., d.l., j.p. 
Northants (H.M.'s lieut. from 1908), 
maj. 4 battn. Northants regt, from 
1904, groom-in-waiting to Queen Vic- 
toria in 1886, vice-chamberlain of H.M.'s 
household 1892-5, M.P. (L.) N. North- 
amptonshire 1880-5, Mid divn. 1885-95 
and 1900-5, lord chamberlain of His 
Majesty's household from 1905, grand 
cross Danish Danebrog order, raised to 
the peerage 1905 {Heir, s. (hon. A. E. 
J. Spencer, q.v.) : 28 St. James' pi. 
S.W. ; Brooks's, Turf and Marlborough 
clubs ; Dallington House, Northampton. 

Altman, sir Albert Joseph, s. of A. 
J. Altman ; h. 1839 ; m. 1869, Margaret 
E., dau. of Thos. V ernon, of Clapham, 
S.W. ; one of H.M.'s. Lieutenants for 
the City of London, was a memb. of cor- 
poration of London for twenty years 
and past chm. Bridge House Estates and 
other committees, past master of Joiners, 
Cardmakers and Glovers Cos., knighted 

1894: 145 Aldersgate st. E.G.; The 
Lodge, Watford. 

Alton, paymaster - in - chief Frat«. 
Oooke, R.N., C.B. (1902), s. of late Eras. 
Cooke Alton, chief, insp. of machinery 
R.N. ; b. 1866 ; m. 1884, Lina, dau. of 
Ernest Barclay, of Madras ; sec. to adml. 
sir E. H. Seymour in '^ Centurion " 
1897-1901, paymaster-in-chief R.N. from 

Alvarez, Justin Charles Wm., i.s.o. 
(1908), asst. dragoman to consulate- 
general at Constantinople Twith rank of 
vice-consul) 1885-90, consul at Bengazi 
1890-1904, consul-gpn. in Tripoli from 
1904 : British Consulate- General, Tripoli. 

Alverstone, lord (1 baron 1900,u.K.), 
sir Richard Everard Webster, 1 bart. 
(1900), P.O. (1900), G.c.M.G. (1893), LL.D. 
(hon. ),M. A.Cantab., Edin. & Aberd.,D.C.L. 
Oxon. , 2 s. of late ThomasWebster, Q.C. ; 
6. 1842 ; ?n. 1872, Louisa M., only dau. {d. 
1877) of Wm. Chas. Calthrop, of'Withern, 
CO. Lincoln; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1868, Q.C. 
1878, v.P. of Trinity Coll., Lond. from 
1891, J.P. Surrey, knt. of grace of order 
of St. John of Jerusalem, A.G. 1885-6, 
1886-92 and 1895-1900, M.P. (c.) Launces- 
ton in 1885, Isle of Wight 1885-1900, 
knighted 1885, m.r. in 1900, l.c.j. of 
England from 1900, raised to the peerage 
1900 : Hornton Lodge, Pitt st. Kensing- 
ton, W. ; Room 643 Royal Courts of 
Justice W.C. ; Carlton, Athenaeum and 
United University clubs ; Winterfold, 
Cranleigh, Surrey. 

Axnberley, vise, (title which would 
be borne by eld. s., if any living, of earl 

Ambler, Alfred, J.P. (1899) W. R. 
Yorks : Royd House, Wilsden, Bradford , 

Ambrose, Robt.,L.R.c.P.Edin.,L.R.c.8., 
B.A., 3 s. of late Michael Ambrose, of 
Newcastle West, co. Limerick ; h. 1855 ; 
M.P. (N.) W. Mayo from 1893: The 
Mount, Shoot -up hill, Brondesbury, 
N.W. ; National Liberal club. 

Amcotts, vide Cracroft-Amcotts. 

Ameer All, Syed, c.i.e. (1887), m.a. 
Calcutta Univ. : s. of Syed Saadat Ali, 
of Mohan ; h. 1849 ; m. 1884, Isabelle 
Ida, dau. of late H. Konstam, of 64 Glou- 
cester pi. Portman sq. W. ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1873 ; memb. Bengal legisl. 
council 1878-83, of supreme legisl. coun- 
cil 1884-5, a puisne judge of high court 
of Judicature in Bengal 1890-1904 : 
Reform club ; The Lambdens, Beenham, 
nr. Reading. 

Amery, Peter Fabyan Sparke, v.D., 
eld. s. of J. Sparke Amery, j.p. {d. 1878); 


J. p., C.c. Devon : Druid, Ashburton. 

Ames, Fredk.; J.1836; J.P.Worcester- 
shire, late It. rif . brig. : Hawford Lodge, 
Worcester : Junior United Service club. 

Ames, Louis Eric, eld. s.of H.M.Ames, 
of Linden, Northumb. {d. 1874) ; b. 1855 ; 
m. 1881, Margaret W., young, dau. of 
late W. J. Hamilton, by dau. of 13 vise. 
Dillon; J. P. Northumberland; late It. 
life gds. : 24 Sussex mansions, South 
Kensington, S.W. ; G-hyllheugh, Long- 
horsley, Nortbumb., Oswald Hy., s. of Lionel Ames, 
of The Hyde, Bedfordshire ; h. 1862 ; m. 
1901, Violet D., 2 dau. of late lord Fras. 
H. P. Cecil, of Stocken Hall, Eutland ; 
J.P. (1908) Norfolk: 15 Cambridge sq. 
W. ; Turf and Bachelors' clubs ; The 
Manor House, Thornham, Lynn., mrs. Alice C, eld. dau. of 
sir Philip Miles, 2 bart. ; m. 1, 1870, 
G-eo. Duppa, of Hollingbourne, Kent {d. 
1880) ; 2, 1889, It.-col. Gerard Y. Ames, 
late 1 K. drag., of Ayot St. Lawrence, 
Herts, J.P. {d. 1899) ; patron of living 
of Ayot St. Lawrence: Ayot St. Law- 
rence, Welwyn. 

Ames, mrs. Eliza S., dau. of late rev. 
W. S. Robinson, Dyrham, Gloucester ; 
m. 1863, Chas. H. Ames, of Remenham 
Place, Berks {d. 1878) : Underwood, Hen- 

Ames-Iiyde, mrs. Edith Eliza, only 
dau. and heir of late maj. Wm. Hogge, 
of Thornham Hall, Norfolk : m. 1873, 
capt. Lionel Ames, gren. gds., of The 
Hyde, Beds, who assumed addtl. name 
of Lyde and d. in 1883; lady of the 
manor of Thornham : Thornham Cot- 
tage, Thornham, King's Lynn. 

Amherst, 3 earl (1826, U.K.). William 
Archer Amherst, eld. s. of 2 earl ((^.1886); 
h. 1836 ; TO. 1, 1862, only survg. dau. (d 
1883) and heir of 5 and last earl of Corn- 
wallis ; 2, 1889, Alice D.. eld. dau. of 
Edmund Probyn, of Huntley Manor, 
Gloucestershire, and widow of 5 earl of 
Lisburne ; 2nd tit.visc.Holmesdale ; capt. 
late coldst. guards, in Crimea, at Inker- 
man ; D.L., J.P. Kent, M.p. (c.) W. Kent 
1859-68, Mid Kent 1868-80, knt. of justice 
of order of St. John of Jerusalem, sum- 
moned in 1880 to House of Peers by writ 
as baron Amherst {Heir, bro. rev. 
the hon. Percy A., q.v.) : 3 Wilton terr. 
S.W. ; Carlton, Marlborough and St 
Stephen's clubs ; Montreal, Sevenoaks. 

Axnlierst, capt. hon. Hugh, 6 s. of 2 
earl Amherst ; b. 1856 : m. 1896, hon. 
Eleanor C, 4 dau. of 1 baron Sf , Levan, b , 


1869 ; capt. coldst. gds. 1887-90, regtl. 
adjt. 1887-90, ret. p. 1890. 

Amherst, rev. the hon. Percy Arthur, 
B.A. Cantab, 3 s. of 2 earl Amherst ; b. 
1839 ; TO. 1874, Agnes L., dau. {d. 1887) 
of late E. Stack ; heir pres. to earldom : 
Hembury, Fort Cross, Honiton, Devon. 

Amiherst, lady Margaret Catherine, 
b. 1848 ; lady Charlotte Florentia, b. 1851; 
daus. of 2 earl Amherst : 5 Upper 
Berkeley st. W. 

Am.herst, hon. Sybil Margaret (lady 
of justice of order of St. John of Jerusa- 
lem) ; hon. Florence Margaret (lady of 
justice of order of St. John of Jerusalem) ; 
hon. Margaret Mitford (lady of justice of 
order of St. John of Jerusalem) ; daus. 
of 1 baron Amherst of Hackney. 

Am.herstof Hackney, lord (1 baron, 
1892, U.K.). Wm. Amhurst Tyssen Am- 
herst, F.S.A., eld. s. of W. G. T. Tyssen 
Amhurst {d. 1855), of Didlington, Nor- 
folk, by dau. of Andrew Fountaine, of 
Narford, Norfolk ; b. 1835 ; to. 1856, Mar- 
garet Susan (lady of justice of order of 
St. John of Jerusalem), only child and 
heiress of late adm. Mitford, of Mitford 
Castle, Northumberland, and Hunmanby 
Hall, Yorks; D.L., j.p. Middlx., j.p. 
Norfolk (sheriff 1866), M.P. (c. )W. Nor- 
folk 1880-5, South Western divn. 1885-92, 
knt. of justice of order of St. John of 
Jerusalem, raised to the peerage 1892 
{Heir, dau. lady William Cecil, q.v.) : 23 
Queen's Gate gdns. S.W.; Marlborough, 
Athenseum, Carlton, and R. Y. S. clubs ; 
Didlington Hall, Northwold, Stoke 
Ferry S.O. Norfolk; Lou Casteu, Vales- 
cure, St. Raphael, Var, France. 

Amigro, bp. (r.c), vide Southwark. 

Am,ory, vide Heathcoat-Amory. 

Amphlett, maj. Chas. Grove, D.s.o. 
(1900); 6.1862; J.p. (1898) Staffs,and(1903) 
Salop, served in S. African war in comd. 
1 Mounted Inf. regt. 1899-1900, maj. N. 
Staffs regt. 1901, ret. p. 1902 : Naval 
and Military club,; Four Ashes Hall, nr. 

Amphlett, Edwd. Greenhill, m.a. 
Oxon., F.C.8., M.R.I., eld. s. of Edwd. 
Amphlett, of 2 Queen's Gate terr. S.W., 
It. Scots Greys {d. 1887); b. 1853 ; to. 1882, 
Amye, youngest dau. of T. B. Charlton, 
of Chilwell Hall, Notts, d.l., j.p. ; barr. 
Lincoln's Inn 1879, j.p. (1900) Sussex: 
3 Union pi. Worthing; Oxford and Cam- 
bridge club. 

Am.phlett, John, m.a. Oxon., only s. 
of J. Amphlett, of Clent {d. 1868) ; J. 
1845 ; TO. 1869, Eliza A., only child of E. 
B. Baylie, of Clent Cottage, Stourbridge j 


barr. Inner Temple 1870, j.p. Worcester- 
shire : Clent, Stourbridge. 

Amphlett, (his honor judge) Richard 
Holmden, K.c, eld. s. of S. H. Amphlett 
(d. 1857), and nephew of rt. hon. sir 
Richard Paul Amphlett, P.O., of Wych- 
bold Hall, Worcestershire {d. 1883) ; b. 
1847 ; m. 1877, Sophy E., 2 dau. of J. 
Shapter, Q o ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1871, 
bencher 1903, g.c. 1896, j.P. Worcester- 
shire (vice-chm. quart. sess.),rec. of Wor- 
cester 1891-1908, county court judge 
(circuit No. 45) in Jan. 1908 and (cir- 
cuit No. 21, Birmingham) from Feb. 
1908 : Wychbold Hall, Droitwich. 

Axaphiett, lady. — Sarah Amelia, 
vide Bryan Holme Holme. 

Amptliill, lord (2 baron, 1881, U.K.), 
Arthur Oliver Villiers Russell, G.c.s.l. 
(1904), G.c.i.E. (1900), eld. s.of 1 baron, 
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., P.O. {d. 1884) ; b. 1869 ; 
m. 1894, lady Margaret, C.I., 3 dau. 
of 6 earl Beauchamp, by only dau. 
of 5 earl Stanhope, b. 1874 ; j.p. Beds, 
It. R. 1st Devon yeom. 1893-7, hon. capt. 
in the army 1900,lt.col. commdg, 3 battn. 
(special reserve) Bedfordshire regt. from 
1908, chtn. Bedfordshire Territrl. Force 
Assoc, from 1908, priv. sec. to rt. hon. J. 
Chamberlain (sec.of state for the colonies) 
189'5-1900, gov. of Madras 1900-5, actg. 
viceroy and gov.-general of India May 
to Dec. 1904 {Heir, s. hon. John H. Rus- 
sell, q.v!) : Brooks's club ; Milton Ernest 
Hall, Bedford. 

Ampthill.Emily lady. — v. a., 3 dau. of 
4 earl of Clarendon, K.G. ; b. 1843 ; m. 
1868, 1 baron Ampthill, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 
P.O., ambassador at Berlin 1871-84 {d. 
1884) : one of QueenVictoria's ladies of 
the bedchamber in ordy. 1885-1901 : 86 
Eaton sq. S.W. ; Ampthill Park, Ampt- 
hill, Beds. 

Axnyola, bp. [r.c.J of, rt. rev. Patrick 
Fenton ; b. 18.^7 ; bp. of Amycla and bp. 
auxiliary of Westminster from 1904 : St. 
Anne's, Leonard pi. Kensington rd. W. 

Ancaster, 1 earl of (1892, U.K.) and 22 
baron Willoughby de Eresby (cr. by writ 
1313 Eng.). Gilbert Henry Heathcote 
Drummond- Willoughby, p.c. (1880) ; son 
of 1 baron Aveland and 21 baroness Wil- 
loughby de Eresby {d. 1888) in her own 
right ; 6.1830 ; m. 1863, lady Evelyn, dau. 
of 10 marq. of Huntly ; 2nd title baron 
Willoughby de Eresby; M.P.Boston 1852- 
56, Rutland 1856-67, J.P. Parts of Kes- 
teven, Lines, and Perthshire, D.L., J.P. 
Rutland. chairman Kesteven quart, sess. 
joint hereditary lord great chambln. of 
England (Heir, s. lord Willoughby de 
Eresby, q.v.) : 12 Bel grave sq. S.W, ; 

Carlton club ; Normanton Park, Stam 
ford ; Grimsthorpe, Bourne, Lines. ; 
Drummond Castle, Crieff, N.B. 

Anoram, earl of, vide marq. of Lo- 

Anderdon, vide Murray- Anderdon. 

Anderson, vide Duncombe-Anderson. 

Anderson, bp., wir/e Biverina. 

Anderson, ma j .-gen Alex. Dingwall, 
R.A. (Bengal), served in Afghan war 
1879-80, maj.-gen. June 1897, ret. Aug. 

Anderson, maj.-gen. Alfred, served 
in Suakim 1885-86, and with Burmese 
expdn. 1889, maj.-gen. 1898. Madras Inf.: 
Leecroft, East Liss S.O. Hants. 

Anderson, Archibald, m.a. Oxon., 
P.s.A. (Scot.), s. of late Thos. Scott 
Anderson, w,8. ; b. 1835 ; m. 1870, 
Georgina M. dau. of late rev. Edmund 
Russell, of All Saints, Pontefract ; 
Scotch barr. 1860 ; registrar of friendly 
societies for Scotland, 187 1-9; final editor 
of Gen. Index to Acts of Parliament 
of Scotland ; memb. of gen. council of 
Univ. of Edinburgh : 30 Oxford sq. 
W.; United University, and New (Edin- 
burgh) clubs ; St. Helens, Dean Park, 

Anderson, maj.-gen. Arthur William 
Leslie, served 'with Burmese expdn. 
1885-7, maj.-gen. 1898, ret. 1899, Madraa 
Inf., col. 63 Palamcottah L.I. from 
1904, Ind. army : Leslie Lodge, St. John's 
avenue, Boscombe, Bournemouth. 

Anderson, maj.-gen. Chas. Alex., 
R.A., c.B. (1904), s. of Robert Carew 
Anderson, M.D., dep. insp. gen. of hosp. ; 
b. 1857 ; 'm. 1893, Ellen K. younger dau. 
of Geo. Bevan Russell, M.D. ; served with 
Jowaki Afreedee expdn. 1877-8, Afghan 
war 1878-80, Burmese expdn. 1885-6, 
N.W. Frontier of India 1897-8, expdn. 
against the Zakka Khel and Mohmands 
1908, commdg. 1 (Peshawar) divn. 
Northern army, India, from 1908 : 

Anderson, gen. David, only survg. s. 
of Warren Hastings Anderson, of Bel- 
dornie, I. of Wight ; b. 1821 ; to. 1863 ; 
cousin, Charlotte C, 2 dau. of David An- 
derson, of St. Germains, co. Haddington ; 
served in 83 and 22 regts., commd. 
brigs, at Aldershot and Gibraltar 1876- 
81, Aldershot divn. in 1885, gov. of R. 
Mily. coll. at Sandhurst 1886-8, ret. p. 
1888, col. Cheshire regt. from 1894, 
13 Roland gardens, S.W. 

Anderson, capt. David Murray, eld. 
s. of Jas. Warren Hastings Anderson, of 
Bourhouse, Haddingtonshire, D.L., J.P. 
{d. 1896); 6. 1867; m. 1908, Alice Helen 


M., dau. of rev. Edwd. Cheese, rect. of 
Haughton-le-Skerne, co. Durham ; capt. 
8Hus8. 1895-7,0. L.,J.P. Haddingtonshire: 
Cavalry chib ; Bourhouse, Dunbar, N.B. 

Anderson, sir George, s. of John An- 
derson, of Fiaserburgh, Aberdeenshire 
{d. 1«68) ; h. 1845 ; m. 1870, Mary, dau. 
of Alex. Anderson, London ; trea-^. of 
Bank of Scotland, pres. of Institute of 
Bankers in Scotland, dir. of Scottish 
Widows' Fund ; J. P. Aberdeenshire 
and Midlothian, knighted 1905 : Beech- 
mount, Mu-rayfield, Midlothian ; Bank 
of Scotland, hdinburgb. 

Anderson, Geo., m.a. Ch. Ch. Oxon., 
8. of T. Anderson, of Little Harle Tower, 
J.P., D.L. {d. 1872); b. 1843; m. 1885, 
Alice M., 3 dau. of C. H. Cadogan, of 
Brinckburn Priory, Northumb. ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1872 ; J. P., D.L. Northum- 
berland (sheriff 1886) : Little Harle 
Tower, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Anderson, Geo. Henry, m.a. and m.d. 
Aberdeen ; J. p. N. R. Yorks : Loftus, 
S.O. Yorks. 

Anderson, Geo. Knox, only s. of 
John Andrew Anderson, aldm. and J.P. 
Kent, of Faversham, Kent ; h. 1854 ; m. 
1883, Mary Ada, dau. of John T. Prall, 
of Rochester, Kent ; J. P. (1902) Kent : 
Jun. Carlton, Constitutional and Sports 
clubs: Holly wood,Frindsbury,Rochester, 

Anderson, Graham, c.i.e. (1894). 

Anderson, gen. Harry Cortlandt, C.B. 
(1907), in Sutlej campaign 1845-6, at 
Ferozeshah, in Indian mutiny 1857-8, 
late commdg. Mooltan brig., gen. 1894, 
on U.S. list 1887, col. 4 Prince Albert 
Victor's Rajputs from 1901, Ind. army: 
1 St. Saviour's ores. St. Saviour's rd. St. 
Helier, Jersey ; E. I. United Service club. 

Anderson, Henry Aiken, c.s.i. (1897), 
8. of late Findlay Anderson, of Inchyra 
Grange, Stirlingshire ; h. 1851 ; m. Ethel 
A., 2 dau. {d. 1908) of J. W. Macnabb, of 
Arthurstone, Berks; entd. I.C.S. (Pun- 
jab) 1871,on special duty withWaziristan 
delimitation commn. in 1894 and 1895, 
commr. and supt. Punjab 1899-1906, ret. 
1906 : 2 Lansdowne cres. Edinburgh. 

Anderson, Hy. David, 4 s. of John 
Anderson, of Glasgow ; h. 1839 ; m. 
1866, Frances E,, dau, of Robt. G. 
Hubback, D.L., and granddau. of lord 
Chas. Kerr; j.p. (1906) Herts : 24 Lom- 
bard st.E.C; Ridgehurst Lodge, Sljenley, 

Anderson, sir John, k.c.m.g. (1901), 
M.A. Aberd. ; b. 1858 ; attached to staff of 
British agent for the Behring Sea arbi- 
tration in London and Paris 1892-3, 1st 

class clerk in Colonial Office 1896, princi- 
pal 1897, rep. of Colonial office on staff 
of Prince of Wales during his Colonial 
tour in 1901, sec. to Colonial conf. 1897 
and 1902, gov of Straits Settlements, 
high commr. for Fed. Malay rotates and 
Brunei (from 1906), and consiil-gen. for 
Territories of the British North liorneo 
Co., and Sarawak from 1904, and also 
gov. of Labuan from 1905 : Government 
House, Singapore and Government 
House, Port Victoria, I^abuan. 

Anderson, John, m.d., c.i.e. (1881), 
F.RC.P., s. of late Robert Anderson, of 
Stoke-upon-Trent ; b. 1840 ; m. 1877, 
Jessie Usher, dan. of late James Dunlop, 
of Edinburgh ; brig.-surg. army ret., 
phys. King Edward's hosp. for officers, 
late lecturer on tropical medicine, St. 
Mary's Hospital Med. School, late med. 
officer on staff of viceroy of India ; late 
phys. Seamen's '• Dreadnought " hosp. : 
9 Harley st. W. ; Athenaeum and Naval 
and Military clubs. 

Anderson, John Alex., j.p. (1903) 
Cumberland : 5 Curzon st. Mary port, 

Anderson, John Andrew, eld. s. of 
John Andrew Anderson, of Greenwich, 
Kent; h. 1828; m. 1852, Emma Jane, 
dau. of late John Pringuer,of Canterbury, 
Kent ; aldm. an<i J.P. (1898) Kent : Royal 
Societies and Constitutional clubs ; Hill- 
side House, Faversham, Kent. 

Anderson, Lionel, 4 s. of Robert 
Anderson, of Peterhead, Aberdeenshire ; 
h. 1820 ; m. 1844, Jane, dau. of capt. 
Penny, of Peterhead, Aberdeenshire ; 
J.p. (1907) Westmorland: Green Bank, 
Kendal ; Westmorland County club, 

Dub., s. of Matt. Anderson, crown 8olr.,of 
Dublin ; b. 1841 ; m. 1873, lady Agnes A., 
sis. of 9 earl of Drogheda : barr. King's 
Inn, Dublin, 1863, and of Middle Temple, 
1870, J.P. CO. London, asst. commr. and 
head of Criminal Investigation Dept. of 
Metropol. police 1888-1901 : 39 Linden 
gdns., Bayswater, W. ; National club. 

Anderson, . Robt., c.m.g. (1903), 
M.I.C.E., s. of late David Anderson, of 
Mount Pleasant, Cambuslang, Glasgow ; 
b. 1858 ; m. 1884, Susan, dau. of Donald 
McNicol, of Loch Awe, N.B. ; dep. chief 
engr. Uganda Govt, railway 1900-3, 
chief engr. 1903. 

Anderson, sir Robt., s. of late Jas. 
Anderson, of Corbofin, CO. Monaghan ; b. 
1837 ; m. 1890, Wilhelmina, dau. of rev. 
Andrew Long, of Monreagh, co. Done- 
gal ; J.P. CO. Antrim and Belfast (aldm. , 



sheriff 1903 and lord mayor 1907-8), 
knighted 1903 : Parkmount, Belfast ; 
Mullaghmore, co. Monaghan, 

Anderson, It.-col. Robt,, r.a.m.c, 
late 3 K.O. Hussars ; m. Alice Mary, dau, 
of maj.-gen. L. M. Davies, of Royston, 
Hove ; served in Egyptian war 1882 ; 
J. p. Suffolk: South Gate House, Bury 
St. Edmunds. 

Anderson, sir R. Rowand, lj-.b., 

H.R.S.A., F.R.I. B. A., F.R.S.E., S. of Jas. 

Anderson, of Edinburgh ; b. 1834 : m. 
1863, Mary, dau. of Hy. Ross, of Kinns- 
liaird, Ross-shire ; architect ; knighted 
1902 : 16 Rutland sq. Edinburgh ; Aller- 
muir House, Colinton, Midlothian ; Royal 
Societies, S.W. and Conservative (Edin- 
burgh) clubs. 

Anderson, Rupert Darnley, s. of Thos. 
Damley Anderson, of Waverley Abbey, 
Surrey, J.P. (d. 1876) ; b. 1859 ; m. 
1889, Amy D. K. 2 dau. of late rev. Edwd. 
Harland, vicar of Colwich, Staffs ; J.P. 
(1892) Staffs, D.L., J.P. (1901) Surrey : 
Jun. Carlton club; Waverley Abbey, 
Farnham, Surrey. 

Anderson, Stuart Cordon, younger s. 
of late col. Jas. Anderson ; 6. 18 ; m. 
1907, hon. Rosamond, only dau. of 1 
baron Hothfield, b. 1877. 

Anderson, Thos. Wm., b.a. Cantab., 
eld. survg. s. of Jas. Anderson, of Grace 
Dieu, CO. Waterford, J.P. (d 1867); b. 
1852 ; m. 1, 1879, Constance A. J., dau.(c?. 
1881) ; 2, 1907, Ellen Carew, another 
dau. of very rev. A. L. Kirwan, d.d. 
dean of Limerick ; D.L., j. p. co. Waterford 
(sheriff 1885), j.p. co. Kilkenny : Kildare 
St. club, Dublin ; Grace Dieu Lodge, 

Anderson, William, 2 s. of Robert 
Anderson, of Buntingford, Herts ; b. 
1836; in. 1862, Elizabeth, dau. of Joseph 
Bum, of Berwick-on-Tweed ; J.P. N. R. 
Yorks, first mayor of Thornaby-on-Tees, 
1892-4 : National Liberal club ; Rims- 
well, Stockton-on-Tees. 

Anderson, Wm. Maurice Abbot, 
M.v.o. 4 class (1906), m.b., B.s. Durh., 
M.R.C.S. Eng., surgn. to h.r.h. Duchess 
of Fife (Princess Royal) ajid household : 
36 Harley st. W. 

Anderson, lady Agnes A., vide sir 
Robt. Anderson, K.C.B., ll.d. 

Anderson, hon. lady. — Augusta C, 
2 dau. of 3 baron de Saumarez ; m. 1, 
1859, 5 baron Boston (c^. 1877); 2, 1883, 
as his 2 wife, sir Hy. Percy Anderson, 
K.O.B., K.C.M.G. {d. 1896) : Tannheim, 
Wimborne rd. Bournemouth. 

Anderson, lady. — Elizabeth, elder 
dau. of late Jsph. Barcroft, of Stang- 

more, co. Tyrone ; m. 1863, sir Samuel 
Lee Anderson, knt., M.A., head of 
crimes dept. Dublin Castle and one of 
the Crown Solicitors in Ireland 1868-86 
{d. 1886) : 74 Lower Baggot st. Dublin. 

Anderson, lady. — Margaret Richard- 
son, dau. of Alex. Ronaldson, of Glas- 
gow ; m.l864, sir Thos. McCall Anderson, 
knt., M.D. (d. 1908). 

Anderson, lady. — Mai'ian, youngest 
dau. of late Thos. S. Heptinstall, of 
Llanmilo, Carmarthenshire ; m. 1867, as 
his 2 wife,gen.sirHorace Searle Anderson, 
K.C.B., Ind. army {d. 1907) ; Seerscroft, 
Faygate, Rusper, Horsham. 

Anderson, lady. — Mary D. S., dau. of 
late S. J. Ciutsam, M.D. ; m. 1871, sir 
Wm. John Anderson, knt., c.J. of British 
Honduras 1890-1900, of Trinidad and 
Tobago 1900-3 (d. 1908). 

Anderton, Edwd., s. of late John 
Anderton, of Radcliffe, Lanes. ; b. 1837 ; 
m. 1864, Anne, dau. of late Thos. 
Phillips, of Westdown, N. Devon : J.P. 
(1905) Devon : Trimstone House, West- 
do wn S.O., N. Devon. 

Anderton, Wilfrid Francis, youngest 
s. of Jas. Eras. Anderton, of Haighton, 
Lanes, (d 1853) ; b. 1844 ; m. 1, dau. 
of late H. Tempest, Newland Park, 
Yorks. ; 2, 1880, Mary L. F., only dau. of 
J. F. Tempest, of Ackworth Grange, 
Yorks.; J.P.Lancashire: Haighton Hall, 
Preston, Lanes. 

Anderton, maj. Wm. Arthur Alphon- 
sus Joseph Ince, s. of Wm. Michael Ince 
Anderton, of Euxton, Lanes, d.l., J.P. {d. 
1884), by 2 dau. of 9 earl of Fingall ; b. 
1855 ; m. 1887, Mary Winefred, dau. of 
late L. J. Johnstone, of Barnard Castle, 
Yorkshire; J.P. (1897) Lancashire, mai. 
Gren. gds. 1893-6, ret. 1896: Euxton 
Hall, Chorley. Lanes. 

Andoe, lady. — Beatrice R., dau. of T. 
Bromley and granddau. of adml. sir 
R. H. iBromley, 3 bt. ; ?». 1880, adml. 
sir Hilary Gustavus Andoe, k.c.b. {d. 

Andover, vise, Chas. Hy. Geo. 
Howard, eld. s. of earl of Suffolk ; b. 1906. 

Andrew, capt. Chas. Wm., f.r.g.s., 
J.P. (1897) CO. London: Rutland House, 
5 Kennington terr. Kennington Park,S.E. 

Andrew, Ely, s. of Jonathan Andrew, 
J.P. {d. 1866), of Ashton-under-Lyne ; m. 
1854, Emma, dau. (d 1903) of Wm. 
Heginbottom, J.P. {d. 1865), of Albert 
House, Ashton-under-Lyne ; j.p. Lan- 
cashire and Derbyshire : Cadster, 
Whaley Bridge. 

Andrew, Wm. Wickes Way te, eld. s. 
of rev. W. W. Andrew, vicar of Ketter- 



ingham and of Wood Hall, Norfolk, and 
Stoneleigh, Herts (d. 189U); b. 1836; 
m. 1862, Emily, dau of T. Ballance, of 
Hackney : Arkleigh, Heud( n. 

Andrewes, ruiss Mary Henrietta 
Turner Huttou Andrewes, only dan. of 
rev. Wm. Andrewes Uthwatt, of Maids 
Moreton and G-t. JLinford Place, Bucks, 
{d. 1879), by Mary Ql. 1885) SiudCo-heiress 
of rev. Ja?. Long Hutton Long; b. 
1839 ; lady of the manor and patroness 
of the living of Maids Moreton : The 
Manor, Maids Moreton, Buckingham. 
Andrews, vide Gen ge- Andrews. 
Andrews, Fredk., 3 s. of John 
Andrews, of Sunderland ; b. 1850 ; m. 
1877, Anna Maria, dau. of Wm. Lean, of 
Birmingham; J.P. (1906) W.R Yorks : 
Ackworth school, Pontefract. 

Andrews, Henry, J.P. (1904) Suffolk : 
Waveney House, St. Olaves, Gt. Yar- 

Andrews, Hugh ; m. Isabel, dau. 
of John Sorter by, of Ben well Tower, 
North umb. ; D.L., J.P. Northumberland 
(sheriff 1901), J.P. G-loucestershire : 18 
Kutland court, Rutlaud gdns. S.W. ; 
White's and R.Y.S. clubs ; Toddington 
Manor, Winchcomb S.O. Glos. 

Andrews, It.-col. J as. Walker, eld. s. 
of late Thos. Andrews, F.R.S., v. P. of 
Queen's Coll. Belfast ; b. 1845 ; m. 1877 
Emily, dau. of Fredk. W. Allfrey, of 
Stanbury, Berks ; served as brig.-maj 
in Afghan war 1878-80, late Devonshire 
regt. ret. p. 1891, j.p. (189«) Sussex: 
Army and Navy club ; Bantony, Roberts- 
bridge S.O. Sussex. 

Andrews, John, eld. s. of late Richd. 
Andrews, of Modbury, Devon ; b. 1858 j 
J.P. (1903) Devon: Traice, Modbury, 
Ivy bridge. 

Andrews, Joseph Ormond, m.a. 
Oxon., s. of late John Andiew:?, of 
Liverpool; b. 1873; m. 1904, only dau. 
of Richd. Favvcett, of Boston Spa, 
Yorks ; barr. Inner Temple 1898, tutor to 
Prince Lipikara, of Slam, in 1899, M.r. 
(L.) W. K. (liast divn.) Yoiks (Barkston 
Ash divn.) fjooa 1905: Bceclnvcod, 'Boa- 
ton Spa, S.O., Yorks ; 1 Albion pi. Leeds. 
Andrews, rt. hon. Thos., r.c. (Irel.), 
4 s. of late John Andrews, of Comber, 
CO. Down, J.P. ; b. 1843; m. 1870, 
Lizzie, only dau. of late Jas. A. Pirrie, 
of Little Clandeboye, co. Down; D.L. 
CO. Down (chm, C.C. 1902-9), chm. Belfast 
and CO. Down Railw. Co., memb. of 
appeal commn. under local govt. (Irel.) 
act 1898 and of Arterial drainage commn. 
(Irel.) 1905: Ardara, Comber S.O. co. 
Down ; Ulster Reform club, Belfast. 

Andrews, Thos., only s. of Thos. 
Andrews, of Meare, Som rset ; b. 1 849 ; 
m. 1875, Emily Jane, dau. of Jas. Lane, 
of Ebley, Gloucestei'shire ; J.P. (1901) 
Glamorgan and (1896) Cardiff (mayor 
1900-1): 163 Newport rd. Roath, Cardiff ; 
Silver Craig, Weston-super-Mare. 

Andrews, rt. hon. Wm. Drennan, 
p.c.Ireh (1897), LL.D. Trin. Coll. Dub., 
2 s. of late John Andrews, of Comber, 
CO. Down ; b. 1832 ; m. 1857, Eliza, 2 dau. 

{d. 1901) of late John Galloway, of 
Monkstown, co. Dublin ; Irish barr. 1856, 
Q.c. 1872, a judge of high court of justice 
in Ireland (Exchequer divn.) from 1882 
and King's bench divn. with probate 
business assigned from 1897 : 61 Lower 
Leeson st. Dublin. 

Angerstein, John Richd. Julius, 2 s. 
of William Angerstein, D.L., J.P., of Weet- 
ing Hall, Norfolk (d 1897); b. 1845; 
VI. 1892, Georgiana, eld. dau. of late 
Reginald Burton ; is J.P. Norfolk and 
Suffolk : Brooks' and Marlborough 
clubs ; Holbrook House, Wincanton. 

Angler, sir Theodore Vivian Samuel, 
3. of Samuel Hajnes Angler, London 
{d. 1809) ; b. 1845 ; m. 1897, Lilian 
Maud, dau. of Edmund Routledge, 
London ; trustee to Baltic Mercantile 
Exchange, memb. Thames Con.servancy 
board, chm. Gt. Britain Mutual A&soc. , 
It. R.N.v.R. from 1905; knighted 1904 : 
Hill Crest, Dyke rd. Brighton ; Badmin- 
ton and Bath clubs. 

Anglesey, G marq. of (1815, Gt. b.), 
Cbas. Hy. Alex. Paget, eld. s. of loid 
Alex. Victor Paget [d. 1896} by Ion. 
Hester A , 2 dau. of 2 vise. Combermeie, 
and cousin to 5max-q. {d. 1105) ; b. 1885 ; tit. earl of Uxbridge; It. u.h.g. 
1905-7, It. res. of officers from 1908 {Heir, 
hro. Victor Wm. Paget, q.v.) : 4 Sr. 
James' sq. S.W. ; Carlton and Bachelors' 
clubs ; Beaudesert Park, Rugeley ; Plas- 
newydd, Llanfair-Pvvllgwyngyll, Angle- 

Anglesey, marchioness of, Lilian 
F. M., eld. dau. of sir Geo. Chetwynd, 4 
ba>t. by lady Florence, joungest dau. of 
2 marq. of Anglesey (ci. 1869) and widow 
of 4 and last marq. of Hastings ((/. 
1868) ; VI. 1898, cousin, 5 marq. of An- 
glesey ((/. 1905) : 7 Ovington gdns. S.W. 
Anglesey, Mary L., marchioness of, 
dau. of late hon. John P. King, of 
Augusta, Georgia, U.S.A. ; m. 1, 1872, 
hon. Henry Wodehouse {d. 1873) ; 2, 
1880, as his 3 wife, 4 marq, of Anglesey 
[d. 1898) : 7 Rue de I'Ermitage, Ver- 
sailles, France. 

Angst, dv Ily., k.c.m.g. (hon. 1906), 

KELLY'S HANDBOOK-1909., LL.D. (hoii.) Harvard uuiv., s. of 
John Angst, of Regensberg, Zurich ; b. 
1847 ; yn. 1878, Margaret, dau. of late J. 
C. Jennings, of Congresbury ; consul at 
Zurich 1886-96, consul-gen. there from 
1896, director of the Swiss National 
Museum at Zurich 1892-1902 : British 
Consulate General, Zurich, Switzerland. 

Ang-us, Jonathan Roht., J. p. (1907) 
CO. Durham : Sheraton Hill, Castle Eden. 

Angus, sir Wm. , s. of late »Silas An- 
gus, of Matfen High House, Northumb. ; | 
b. 1841 ; m. 1876, Mary, dau. of Robt. | 
Lyal, of Green Knowe, Berwicksliire ; 
knighted 1907 : Lime Croft, Grainger 
Park rd. Newcastle-on-Tyne ; National 
Liberal club. 

Angus, col.Wm. Math win, c.B. (1902), 
V.D.. 2 8. of late Geo. Angus, of Gosforth, 
Northumb.; b. 1851; m. 1, 1876, Julia, 
daa. of late Thos. Button, of Man- 
chester ; 2, 1884, Sarah, dau. of late 
Edmund Graham, of Coi field, Gates- 
head ; J. P. (1901) Northumberland and 
(1890) Newcastle-on-Tyne, It.-col. (hon. 
col. 1885) commdg. 1 Newcastle-on-Tyne 
R.G.A. (vols.) 1885-1907 : Benwell Cot- 
tage, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Reform club. 

Ann, sir Edwin Thos., s. of Thos. 
Ann, of Britjtol {d. 1866): b. 1852; m. 
1884, Sophia, dau. of John Eastland, iate 
of Margate; J.F. (1906) Derbyshire and 
Derby (mayor 1906-7, aldm. from 1903), 
knighted 1906 : West Parktields, Derby ; 
National Liberal club. 

Annaly, lord (8 baron 1863, U.K.). 
Luke White, o.v.o. (1908), eld. s. of 2 
baron Annaly, k.p. {d. 1888) ; b. 1857 ; 
m. 1884, hon. Lilah Georgina A. C, only 
dau. of 3 vise. Clifden ; b. 1862 ; D.L. co. 
Longford, u.L., J. P. Northants, capt. 1 
battn. Scots gds. 1888-96, capt. and hon. 
maj. R. Bucks. Huss. I. Y. 1896-1902, 
It.-col. comnadr. (hon. col. 1905) North- 
ants L Y. 1902-7, lord of the bedchamber 
to the Prince of Wales from 1908 
{Ileir, s. hon. Luke H. White, q.v.y. 
43 Berkeley sq. W. ; Turf and Guards' 
clubs ; Luttrellstowu, Clonsilla, Dublin ; 
''ro\^•ran. co. Kilkenny ; Holdenby House, 

Annaly (rt. hon.), Emily, lady. — dau. 
of James Stuart; m. 1853, 2 baron 
Annaly, K.P. {d. 1888) : Red House, 
Holkham, Norfolk. 

.Annand, col. John Harvey, only s. of 
A. S. Annand, of Brighton, Sussex ; b. 
18J0; m. 1870. Alice Gertrude, dau. of 
W. Beckwitli, of Seacox Heath, Sussex ; 
col. u.A. 1888-90. ret. 1690, j.p. (1907; 
Surrey : Field Place,Compton, Guildford. 

Aimandale, Jas., eld. s. of James 

Annandale, of Shotley Grove co. Dui 
ham (d. 1882) ; b. 1840; Durham : 
The Briary, Shotley Bridge, Durham. 

Anne, maj. Ernest Lambert Swin- 
burne, 2 s. of Wm. Hy. Charlton, of Hes- 
leyside Northumb., d.l., j.p. {d. 1880); 
/>. 1852; m. 1885, Edith, 4 dau. of sir 
Thos. (ieo. Augustus Parkyns, 5 bart. ; 
assumed name of Anne in lieu of Charl- 
ton by royal wartant 1883, lare capt. 55 
foot and maj. 3 battn. (mil.) Derbyshire 
regt., lord of the manor and patron of 
Burghwallis : United Service club ; 
Burghwallis Hall, Doncaster. 

Annesley, vide Lyttelton-Annesley. 

Annesley, 5 earl (1789 : Ir. Rep.peer). 
col.Hugh Annesley ,bro.of 4 earl (dl874), 
b. 1831 ; m. 1, 1877, Mabel W. P., eld. dau. 
{d. 1891) of col. Markham, of Cufforth 
Hall, Yorks ; 2, 1892, Prisciila C. dau. of 
late W. Armitage Muore, of Am more, 
CO. Cavan ; 2nd tit. vise. Glerawly ; m.a. 
Dublin, M. p. (c.) Cavan 1857-74, D.L., j.p. 
CO. Down, in Kafiir war 1851-3, and in 
Crimea, late It.-col. Scots gds. {IJeAr, s. 
vise, (j-ierawly, q. v.) -. Carlton club ; 
Castlewellan, and Donard Lodge, co. 

Annesley, capt. hon. Arthur, eldef-t s. 
of !1 vise. Valentia ; b. 1880; served 
in S. African war 1900-2, capt. 10 hu-^s. 
1907 and a ijt. irom 1907. 

Annesley, hon. Caryl Arthur Jas., 2 
8. of 11 vise. Valentia ; b. 1883 ; capt. 
Oxfordshire L.I. from 1905. 

Annesley, Fras, Chas. Cowper, eld. s. 
of capt. Fras. Chas. Annesley, 28 regt. ; 
b. 1866 ; m. 1895, hon. Mabel, sis. of 4 
baron Newborough, b. 1872. 

Annesley, hon. ui'-s. Algernon Helen 
S., younger dau. of late Grifltth Richards, 
g.C. ; m. 1864, col. hon. Algernon Sydi.ey 
Arthur Annesley {d. 1908) : 5 Leinster 
gdns. Hyde Park, W. 

Annesley, hon. mrs. Arthur. Clara, 
dau. of G. Weston, Norwich ; w.1867, hon. 
A. Annesley (4 s. of 3 earl Annesley) 
(d. 1881). 

Annesley, hon. Altisidora V., dau. of 
10 vise. Valentia : 7 St. George's sq. S.W. 

Annesley, lady Clare, b. 1893; lady 
Constance Mary, 6. 1895 ; daus. of 5 earl 

Annesley, hon. Violet Kathleen, b. 
1882 ; hon. Lettice, b. 1885 ; hon. Hilda 
Cecil, b. 1889 ; hon. Dorothy, 6. 1892 ; 
daus. of 11 visct. Valentia. 

Anningr, Wm., j.p. (1898) Monmouth- 
shire : Hatherleigh, Maindee, Newport, 

Ansell, Maurice, p.r.g.s., s. of late A. 
AnseU, of Chfton gdns. W. ; 6. 1846 j 



m. 1896, Evelytl, dau. of Vincenzo 
Bartoliicci and widow of adail. rt. hon. 
sir Astley Cooper Key, P.O., g.c.b. (d. 
1888) : 55 Elm Park gdiis.S.W.; Beacons- 
field terr. Hythe, Kent. 

Ansell, Wm., s. of Wm. Ansell, of 
Corsygedol, Merioneth, J. P. {d. 1899); b. 
1856 ; J.P. (1900) Merioneih : Corsygedol, 
Dyffryn, Merioneth. 

Anson, vise. Thomas Edwd. Anson, 
eld. s. of earl of Lichlield ; h. 1883 ; act g. 
master of the horse to lord lieut. of Ire- 
land (eail of Aberdeen) 1908. 

Anson, rt. rev. bp. the hon. Adelbert 
Rt., D.D. (hou.), M.A. Oxon., s. of 1 earl of 
Licbfield ; b. 1840 ; vicar of Sedgley, 
Staffs. 1870-5, of Woolwich 1875-88, bp. 
of Qu'Appelle, Canada, 1884-92, warden 
of St. John's Hospital, Lichtield, 1892-8, 
canon rts. in Lichfield Cathl. from 1898 : 
Tiie Close, Lichfield. 

Anson, hon. Alfred, 8 s. of 2 earl of 
Lichfield ; b. 1876 : 18 Manchester sq. W. 

Anson, rear-adml. Algernon Horatio, 
4 s. of sir J. Anson, 2 bart. {d. 1873) ; 
b. 1854 ; m. 1896, hon. Adela, youngest 
dau. of 6 baron Vernon, b. 1870; J.P. 
(1902) Cheshire, rear-adml. on ret. list 
1908 : United Service club ; Poynton 
Towers, Poynton, Cheshire. 

Anson, maj.-gen. sir Archibald 
Edwd. Harbord, K.c.M.G. (1882), R.A., 
s. of late gen. sir Wm. Anson, K.o.B., 
1 bart. ; b. 1826 ; m. 1, 1851, Elizb., 
dau. (d. 1891) of late 11. Bourchier ; 
2, 1906, li-abelle Jane, dau. of late Kobr. 
Armitsttad, of Dunscar, Lanes. ; in 
Crimea at Sebafctopol, 5 class Medjidie, 
insp.-gen. police, Mauritius 1858, special 
miss, to Madagascar lh62, lieui.-gov. of 
Penang in 18C7, Malay Peninsula war 
1875, administ. of Straits Settlemems 
1871-9, J.P, Sussex : Southfield, Silver- 
hill, St. Leonards-cm- Sea. 

Anson, hon. Arthui Augustus, 2 s. of 
■3 earl of Lichfield ; b. 1887. 

Anson, capt. Chas. Eustace, K.N., 
M.v.o. 4 class (1901), s. of rev. canon 
Fredk. Anson, canon of Windsor {d. 
Id85), by hon. Caroline M., dau. of 5 
baron Vernon ; 6. 1«59 ; m. 1, i«88, Maria 
Evelyn, dan. (d. 1905) of late H. S. 
J. Ross, of Portr-mouth ; 2, 1906, Ethel 
Kate, dau. oi: T. May ; at bombard- 
ment of Alexandria 1882 ; commdg. 
H.M. Yaciit " Osborne " 1901-3, younger 
broiher of Trinity House 1907 : Jun. 
United Service club ; Needwood, The 
Avenue, Bournemouth Wefet. 

Anson, hon. Claud, 5 s. of 2 earl of 
Lichfield ; b. 1864 ; m. 1901, lady Clodagh, 
3 dau. of 5 marq. of Waterford, b. 1879 : 

Ballysaggartmore, Lismol*e, cO. Water- 

Anson, Edwd. Hamilton, youngest s. 
1 of late gen. sir G-lo. Anson, G.C.B., k.t.s., 
M.P.jOol. 4 drag, gds., equeiry to duches8 
of Kent, groom of bedci. amber to prince 
Albert, and gov. of Chelsea Hospital ; b. 
1821 ; /w. 1, 1«43, Louisa, dau. of late G. B. 
Clapcott, of Keynstone, Dorset ; 2, Vir- 
ginia Arnold, dau. of late gen. Mackie, 
(j.B. and widow of Geo. C. Tug well, of 
Bath ; late Bengal C.S., gentleman usher 
and sergt.-at-arms to Queen Victoria 
1860-1901, sergt.-at-arms to the King 
from 1901 : 57 Cambridge terr. VV. ; E. J. 
United Service club. 

Anson, hon. Francis. 6 s. of 2 earl of 
Lichfield ; b. 1867 ; m. 1892, Caroline, 2 
dau. of Geo. Cleveland, of Coleman, 
Texas, U.S.A. : Vtlinnewydd, Talgarth 
S.O. Breconshire. 

Anson, hon. Frederic William, 4 s. of 
2 earl of Lichfield ; b. 1862 ; m. 1886, 
Florence Louisa J., eld. siarvg. dau. ((/. 
1908) of late col. Bagoc Lane, of King's 
Bromley Manor, Lichfield, and Lily Hill, 
Ascot ; J.P.Herts : 8Pall Mall,S.W. ; Cell 
Barnes, St. Albans ; Arthur's club. 

Anson, Fredk. Hy., C.E., eld. s. of 
rev. Fredk. Anson, canon of Windsor (J. 
1885); b. 1818; m. 1885, A^nes Henri- 
etta, dau. of late rL hon. sir Thos. Dyke 
Aclaud, 11 bart. ; J.P. ( 907) co. London : 
72 St. George's sq. S.W. ; Athcuneum 

Anson, capt. hon. Geo. Augustus, 
M.v.o. 4 class (1907), 2 s. of 2 earl of 
Lichfield ; b. 1«57 ; m. 1884, Blanche, 
dau. of late G, Miller, of Bi entry, 
Gloucestershire ; capt. R.A. 188i-8, 
D.L. S affs. chief constable of Staffs., 
from 1888 : Naval and Military club ; 
Staffs County Constabulary Head- 
quarters, Eastgate House, Stafford; 
Green Hall, Stafford. 

Anson, It.-col. Geo, Wemyss, eld. s. 
of maj. Octavius Hy. St. George Anson 
((/. 1859) ; b. 1848 ; m. 1878, cousin Kaih- 
erine H., 3 dau. of sir Wm. Muir,K.c.8. 1. ; 
Ir.-col. ret. 1907, Ind. army, J.P. (lt;0-j) 
Kent : Garvock, Kippington, Sevenoaks. 

Anson, hon. Rupert, 3 s. of 3 earl of 
Lichfield ; b. 1889. 

Anson, hon. William, 7 s. of 2 earl of 
Lichfield ; 6. 1872 : Texas, U.S.A. 

Anson, sir Wm. Reynell, 3 bt. 
(1831) ; b. 1843; D.C.L.Oxon, F.B.A.,barr. 
Inner Temple 1869, bencher 1900, Vi- 
nerian law reader at Oxford 1874-81, 
warden of All Souls Coll. from 1881, 
vice-chancellor of the univ. 1898-9, J.P. 
Oxon. (chm. quait. sess. from 1894), 




chancellor of diod. of Oxford from 1899, a 
trustee of National Portrait Qallery fvom 
1904, parly, sec. to Board of Edncn. 
1902-5, M.'p. (l.U.) Oxford univ. from 
1899 (Heir, bro. Fredk. Arthur, b. 1850) : 
192 Ashley gdns. S.W. ; 2 Mitre Court 
buildings,Temple,E.C. ; All Souls college, 
Oxford; Athenaeum, Brooks', New Uni- 
versity and Travellers' clubs ; Pusey 
House, Faringdon, Berks. 

Anson, lady Adelaide Audrey, young- 
est dau. of 4 earl of Harrowby, b. 1875 ; 
m. 1902, maj. hon. Hy. Jas. Anson, High- 
land L.I. (d. 1904) : High Ashurst, 
Dorking, Surrey. 

Anson, lady Mabel, b. 1882 ; lady 
Yiolet, b. 1886 ; daus. of 3 earl of Lich- 

Anson, hon. mrs. Caroline M., dau. of 
5 baron Vernon ; b. 1826 ; ni. 1845, rev. 
canon Fredk. Anson, M.A., canon of 
Windsor and rect. of Sudbury. Derby, 
{d. 1885) : Carfax, Windsor. 

Anson-Horton, Henry, M.A. Oxon., 
eld. s. of rev. A. H. Anson, of Potter 
Han worth Rectory, Lines. ; b. 1853 ; m. 
1886, Katharine E., dau. of Thornton 
Warner, Trinidad Colonial Service ; entd. 
Colonial Service 1880 as stipdy. magist.. 
protector of Immigrants 1882 ; actg. 
col. sec. 1885 ; J. P. Derbyshire, assumed 
addtl. name of Horton 189- : Travellers' 
club ; East Close, Christchurch, Hants ; 
Catton Hall, Burton-ou-Trent. 

Anstice, J. Arthur, c.B. (1904), v.D., 
s.ot John Austice,of Madeley Wood Hall, 
Salop (dl867) ; b. 1846 ; m. 1891, Agnes 
P., eld. dau. of Ferdinand Unna, of 12 
Lancaster gate, W. ; It.-col. commdg, 
(hon. col. 1886) 1 vol. battn. Shropshire 
L.I. 1881-1904, and hon. col. of the (now 
4) battn. from 1904, chm. Glo'stershire 
Territrl. Force Assoc, from 1908, D.L., J. P. 
(1876) Salop, J.P. (1906) Glo'stershire: 
Jun. Carltoa club ; The Old Grange 
Dymock, Gloucestershire. 

Anstice, Ilichd. Edmund, J. p. (1888) 

Anstice, col. Robt. Hy., c.B. (1902), 
M.A. Oxon., 4 s. of late John Anstice, of 
Madeley Wood Hall, Salop; b. 1843: 
maj. ret. p. late Bord. regt., It.-col. and 
hon. col. 1 Aberdeenshire R. E. (vols.) 
1891-1904, ret. 1904 : Jun. United Ser- 
vice and Auxiliary Forces clubs ; West- 
bourne House, Ferryhill, Aberdeen. 

Anstie, Edwd. Louis, eld. s. of E. B. 
Anstie, of Devizes, Wilts {d. 1896) ; b. 
1867 ; m. 1896, Mildred, dau. of lateF.M. 
Lush, of Devizes, Wilts; J.P. (1901) 
Wilts : Parkdale, Devizes. 
Anstie, James, K.c, s. of late James 0. 

Anstie, of Devizes. Wilts ; b. 1836 ; rrt* 
1867, Sarah Anne Selfe, dau. of Lindsey 
Winterbotham. of Stroud, co. Glo'ster ; 
barr., Lincoln's Inn, 1859 ; Q.C. 1882, a 
charity commr. 1884-92 : The Grange, 
Southbourne, Christchurch, Hants. 

Anstruther, Arthur Wellesley, c.B. 
(1908), 4 s. of col. sir Robert Anstruther, 
5 bt. (d. 1886); b. 1864; m. 1, 1893, hon, 
Mary Elma, dau. {d. 1894) of 5 baron 
Thurlow ; 2, 1901, Louise Adele Rose, 
dau. of W. H. Trapmann, of Koland gdns. 
S.W. ; formerly capt, Fife art. mil., an 
!issist. sec. to Board of Agriculture 
and Fisherie.s from 1902 : 4 Whitehall pL 
S.W. ; Hook Heath Farm, Woking. 

Anstruther, col. Basil Lloyd, 4 s. of 
J. H. Lloyd Anstruther, of Hintlesham 
Hall, Suffolk, D.T,., J.P. (d. 1882) ; b. 1852 ; 
m. 1899, Adela M., youngest dau. of sir 
R. Loder, 1 bart. and widow of maj. -gen. 
hon. Alex. Stewart {d. 1896) ; It.-col. 
commdg. (brevet col. 1898) 1 battn. 
Manchester regt. 1894-8, ret. p. 1899: 36 
Lennox gdns. S.W. ; Tending Hall, 
Stoke, Colchester. 

Anstruther, Fitz Roy Hamilton 
Lloyd, only s. of Robt. Hamilton Lloyd 
Anstruther, of Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk, 
D.L., J.P. ; b. 1872; TO. 1898. hon. Rachel 
Gough, eld. dau. of 6 baron Calthorpe, 
b. 1871 ; It. army motor res. from 1906 : 
12 Chapel st. Belgrave sq. S.W. 

Anstruther, Henry Torrens, 2 s. of 
col. sir Robt. Anstruther, 5 bart.(dI.1886) ; 
b. 1860 ; m. 1889, hon. Eva I. H., eld. dau. 
of 4 baron Sudeley, b. 1869 ; advocate, 
Edinburgh, 1885 ; J.P. co. Fife, a jun. lord 
of the treas. 1895-1903, M.P. (L.u.'i St. 
Andrew's Burghs 1886-1903, British 
representative on Suez Canal board 
from 1903 ; alderman co. London from 
1906 : Cowley House, 9 Little College St. 
Westminster, S.W. ; Brooks', and New 
(Edinburgh) clubs ; Whitchurch House, 

Anstruther, Jas. Lloyd Anstruther, 
3 s, of J. H. Lloyd Anstruther, of Hintle- 
sham Hall, Suffolk, D.L., J.P. {d. 1882) ; 
b. 1852 ; TO. 1907, hon. Eleanora, eld. dau. 
of 7 vi^c. Chetwynd : 25 Elvaston pi. 
S.W. ; Travellers' club. 

Anstruther, sir Ralph Wm. 6 bart. 
(1694) ; s. of 5 bart., M.P. {d. 1886) ; 
b. 1868 ; m. 1886, Mildred H., younger 
dau. of E. Hussey, of Scotney Castle; 
D.L., J.P. COS. Fife and Caithness, capt. 
R.E. 1888-90, It.-col. commdt. (hon. col. 
1905) 7 battn. Black Watch from 1900 
(Heir, s. Robt. Edwd.b. 1890) : 10 Evelyn 
mans. Carlisle pi. S.W. ; Brooks's club ; 
I Balcaskie, Pittenweem, Fife. 



Anstruther, capt. Kobt, Hamilton, 
R.N., c.M.G. (1907), 3 s. of col. sir Robt. 
Anstruther, 5 bart. (d 1886); b. 1862; 
m. 1890, Edith Flora, 2 dan. of Wm. 
Peel, cf Hawley Hill House, Black- 
water ; sen. naval otficer in Newfound- 
laud waters 1906, capt. r.n. 1904: 
78 Warwick st. S.W. ; National club.,lt.-col. Eobert Hamilton- 
Lloyd, eld. s. of J. H. Lloyd-Anstruther, 
of Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk, D.L., j.p. 
{d. 1882) ; b. 1841 ; m. 1871, Gertrude L. 
G-., eld. dau. of F. H. FitzRoy, of Frog- 
more Park, Hants ; served with 2 battn. 
rifle brig, in Indian mutiny, 1858 ; Suakin 
campaign, 1885 ; maj. rifle brig. 1881-6 ; 
ret. 1886 as hon. It.-col. ; D.i.., j.p. 
Suffolk ; M.P. (c.) S.E. Suffolk 1886-92 : 
37 Eccleston sq. S.W. ; Carlton club. 

Anstruther, sir Windham Fredk. 
Carmichael- (11 bt. 1694 and 1798), onlv 
s. of 10 bt. {d. 1903) by Sylvia, youngest 
dau. of sir Fredk. M. Darley, G.C.M.G., 
It.-gov. and C.J. of N. S. Wales ; b. 1902 ; 
hered. carver to royal household in 
Scotland {Heir, cousin, Garald Y., h. 
1871) : Carmichael House, Thankerton, 

Anstruther, dow.-lady. — Louisa 
Maria, dau. of late rev. canon W. Knox 
Marshall, B.D., rect. of Wragby ; m. 1857, 
col. sir Robt. Anstruther, 5 bart., M.P. 
{d. 1886) : Hook Heath, Woking. 

Anstruther-Duncan, mrs. Catharine 
H. A., only child and heir of late Adam 
Alex. Duncan and late mrs. Mori-on- 
Duncan, of Naughton, co. Fife : m. 1897, 
col. Alex. Wm. Anstruther, R.A. who 
assumed by deed-poll addtl. name of 
Duncan in 1897 and d. 1902 : Naughton, 
Wormit, Dundee, N.B. 

Anstruther-G-ray. maj . AVm. . 3 s. of 
John Anstruther-Thomson, of Cbarleton, 
CO. Fife, D.L., J.p. {d. 1901) ; h. 1859 ; m. 
1891, Clayre, dau. of Andrew Tennant, 
of EsS'Dside, Glenelg, S. Australia ; 
assumed addtl. name of Gray 1901, on 
sue. to Caratyne, Lanarkshire ; maj. late 
R.H.G., A.D.c. to gov. of S. Austial'a 
1889-91, served as commdt. of dist. of 
Knysna, Cape Colony, and insp. of 
Burgher camps, Transvaal, during S. 
African war, j.p. Fife, Lanarkshire and 
Glasgow, M.P. (u.) St. Andrew's Burghs 
from 1906 : 9 Eaton sq. S.W. ; Bacbelor*', 
Marlborough and Naval and Military 
clubs ; Kilmany, Cupar-Fife ; St. Adrians, 
Crail, N.B. 

Anstruther-Thomson, col. Cbas. 
Fredk. St. Clair, M.v.o. 4 class (1905), 
D.s.o. (1900), 2 and eld. survg. s. of John 
Anstrtttber-Thonison, of CharletOR, co. 

Fife, j.p. ((?.1904); b. 1855; ?n. 1882, 
Agnes D., 3 dau. of Jas. Alex. Guthrie, 
of Craigie, co. Forfar ; served in S. 
African war 1900-1, It.-col. commdg. 2 
life gd5. 1903-7, brev.-col. 1905, ret. p. 
1907, esq. of order of St. John of 
Jerusalem, ofllcier Legion d'honneur, 
knt. commdr. of the Sword of Sweden, 
and of Isobel la catolica of Spain ; 
J.p. CO. Fife : Rutland House, Rutland 
gdns. S.W. : Charleton, Colinsburgh, co. 

Anthony, Edwyn, M.A. Oxon., 2 s. of 
late Chas. Anthony, formerly of The 
Elms, Hereford; h. 1843; barr. Inner 
Temple 1877, J.P. Herefordshire, aldm. 
Hereford c.c, memb. London Mathe- 
matical Soc. : 26 Oakley st. Chelsea, 
S.W. ; Westwood, Hampton Park, Here- 

Anthony, Wm., j.p. (1907) Carnar- 
von shire : The Lodge, Pwllheli. 

Antigua, 6 bp. of (cr. 1842). rt, rev. 
Walter Farrar, d.d. Oxon. s. of late ven. 
archdn. Thos. Farrar, vicar-gen. of Gui- 
ana ; h. 1865 ; m. 1889, Alice, eld. dau. of 
W. F. Bridges, administ.-gen. of B. 
Guiana ; rect. of H. Trinity, Essequibo, 
B. Guiana, 1896-7, commis;'. to bp. of 
Guiana 1901-5, rect. of Hawkchurch, 
Dorset, 1898-1905, bp. of Antigua from 
1905 : St. John's, Antigua, W. I. 

Antill, It.-col. John Macquarie, c.B. 
(1900), 2 s. of late John M. Antill, of 
Jarvisfield, Picton, N. S. Wales; b. 
1866; m. 1901, Agnes M., eld. dau. of 
Thos. P. Willsallen, of Gunnible, Gun- 
nedah, N, S. Wales ; served wich N. S. 
Wales Mounted Rif. in S. African war 
1899-1901, A.D.c. to gov.-gen., staff com. 
mily. forces and chief instr. Aust. Light 
Horse iVictoria Barracks, Sydney, N. S. 

Anton, Jas. Ross, j.p. (1897) Dorset. 

Antrim, 6 earl of (1786, 2nd creation, 
ir.). William Randall McDonnell, eld. 
s. of 5 earl {d. 1809) ; b. 1851 ; m. 1875, 
Louisa (lady of the bedchamber to 
Queen Victoria 1891-1901, to Queen 
Alexandra from 1901), dau. of late gen. 
hon. Chas. Grey ; 2nd tit. vise. Dun- 
luce (Heir, 5. vise. Dunliice, q. v.) : Glen- 
arm Castle, Larne, Antrim. 

Antrobus, col. sir Edmund, 4 bart. 
(1815), eld. s. of 3 bart. {d. 1899) by dau. 
of sir G. Dashwood, 4 bart. ; b. 1848 ; m, 
1886, Florence C. M., dau. of J. A. 
Sartoris, of Hopsford Hall, Wui wick- 
shire ; It.-col. (col. 1888) (3 battn.) Gren. 
gds. 1893-7, ret. p. 1903, j.p. (1898) Wilts 
(Eeir,s. Ednaund, 6. 1886): Guards' ami 



Travellers' clubs ; Amesbury Abbey, 
Amesbury, Wilts. 

Antrobus, John Coutts, eld. s. of 
late G. C. Antrobus, of Eaton Hall, 
D.L. ; b. 1829 ; m. 1, dau. of C. Swetenham. 
of Somerford Booths, Cheshire ; 2. dau. 
of G-. J. Shakerley; 3, 1875, Mary E., 
younger dau. of late gen. hon. sir Jas. 
Lindsay, k.o.m.o. ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 
1867, J. P. Cheshire, maj. (hon. It.-coL) 
Cheshire yeom. 1872-87 : Eaton Hall, 

Antrobus, Reginald Laurence, C.B. 
(1898), B.A. Oxon., eld. s. of late rev. Geo. 
Antrobus vicar of Beighton, Derby- 
shire; b. ,1853; m. 1, 1880, Selina, dau 
(d. 1890) of late rev. A. Leighton Irwin ; 
2, 1894, Edith Marion, dau. of late John 
Robinson, of Liverpool ; apptd. clerk in 
Colonial Office 1877 ; assist, priv. sec. to 
earl of Kimberley 1880-2, priv. sec. to 
earl of Derby 1882-5, to rt. hon. F. A. 
Stanley m.p. (afterwards earl of Derby) 
1885-6, to earl Granville in 1886; ad- 
minstd. govt, of St. Helena 1889-90 ; 
princ. clerk 1896 ; assist-un'l.-sec. of 
state Colonial dept. from 1898 : 19 
Cranley g-ina. S.W.; Colonial Office, S.W. 

Antrobus, Robt. Crawfurd, 3 s. of sir 
Edmund Antrobus, 2 bart. {d. 1870) ; b. 
1830; m. 1873, Emily, dau. of col. J. 
Ireland Blackburne, of Hale Hall, Lan- 
caster, D.Ti., j.p. ; is J. p. Middlx. and 
CO. London : 3 Wilton st. S.W. ; Carlton 
and Travellers' clubs. 

Anwyl, Robt. Chas , s. of Evan 
Anwyl, of Lligwy, Merioneth {d. 1872) ; 
b. 1850 ; m. 1886, Harriette, dau. of late 
John Hamilton, maj. Black Watch; is 
D.L., J.P.,c.c. CO. Merioneth (sheriff 1900), 
J.p. CO. Montgomery, late It. Mont. yec. 
cav. : Jun. Conservative club ; Lligwy, 
Pennal, Merioneth. 

Apcar, Apcar Alexander, c.S.i. (1906), 
B. of late A. A. Apcar; b. 1851 ; pres. 
Bengal Chamber of Commerce: Cal- 

Aplin, maj. John Geo. Orlebar, c.M.G. 
(1899). s. of late maj.-gpn. Aplin ; 6. 18— ; 
m. 1899, Alberta L., dau, of late maj. F. 
Surrey, of Hastings ; granted local rank 
of maj. whilst emplyd, witb W. African 
frontier force, 1899, insp.-gen. Gold Coa'^t 
Constabulary from 1890, capt. (hon. maj. 
1901) 3 battn. (mil.) D. of Corn. LI. 
1888-1906: Lagos, W. Africa; Howie- 
lands, Cradley, Malvern. 

Aplin, Wra. Holmes, j.p. (1903) 
Devon : York Hou^e. Beer, Axminster. 

Appelbe, col. Edwd. Benj., c.B., 
(1902), 2 s. of lare Edwd. A. Appelbe, 
of Kildarra House, Bandon ; b. 1855 ; 

m. 1, 1885, Annie Margaret, eld. dau. (^d. 
1905) of late David Napier, of Mur- 
chiston, Natal ; 2, 1907, Helen Florence 
Mabel, (twin) dau. of late brig.-surg. 
Thos. Wright, A. M.S. ; served in Zulu 
campaign 1879-81, with Soudan expedns. 
1884-5 and 1888-9, 3 class Medjidie 1892 ; 

3 class Osmanieh ; S. Africa 1899-1902 ; 
assist, director of ordnance stores at 
Royal Arsenal, Woolwich 1904-7, ret. p. 
1907 : Crineleford Grange, nr. Norwich. 

Apperley, Newton Wvnne, M.v.o. 4 
class (1903), s. of col. W.'W. Apperlev, 

4 Bengal cav., of Morben, Machynlleth, 
N. Wales ; b. 1846 ; m. 1880, Mary, dau. 
of Alan Wm. Hutchinson, of Holling- 
sicle, Durham ; J.P. co. Durham, capt. 
(hon. maj. 1886) Montgomeryshire yeom. 
1881-6 ; pri. sec. to the marq. of London- 
derry : Jun Constitutional club ; South 
End, Durham. 

Apperly, sir Alfred, s. of David 
Apperly, of Cheltenham Gloucester- 
shire: b. 1839; m. 1865, Marie, dau. of 
H. C. Paice, of Egham, Surrey; j.p. 
Gloucestershire, knighted 1907 : Rod- 
borough Court, Stroud, Glos. 

Apperly, Chas. Alfred, eld. s. of sir 
Alfred Apperly, of Rodb^rough Court, 
Glo'stershire, J.p. ; 6. 1872 ; j.p. (1906) 
Glo'stershire: Ro Iborough Court,Stroud, 

Appleby, Daniel, eld. s. of Titus 
Appleby, of Worksop, Notts; b. 1868; 
m. 1904, Ellen, dl. dau. of Geo.Hibbard, 
of Woksop, Notts; J.p. (190'?) Notts: 
205 Sandy lane, Worksop. 

Appleby, John Stanley, eld. s. of 
Thos. Applebv, of Gr.^atham, co. Dur- 
ham, J.p. ; b. i873 ; m. 1900, Winifred I. 
Wynn, youngest dau. of late veii. 
archdri. J.Hughes-Games, vicar of Hull ; 
J.p. (1900) CO. Durham : Carlton club. 

Appleby. Tiios. 2 s. of late John 
Appleby, of Wingate. co. Durham ; b. 
1839; m. 1868, Harriet, dau. of Thos 
Wearmonth, of Byers Garth, co. Dur- 
ham ; J.P. CO. Durham : Greatham, co. 

Applegrate, Frank, s. of John Wm. 
Applegate, of Bradford-on-Avon Wilts, 
and Weston-super-Mare, Someri^et ; b. 
1836 ; TO. 1873, Edith Warlow, dau. of 
brig.-gen. Watt, Osmanli cav. (col. 6th 
Bengal Lt. cav.), of Pine Hill, co. Antrim, 
by dau. of maj .-gen. sir Henry Worsley, 
G.c.B. ; J.P. (1897) Wilts: Woolley Hill 
House, Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts. 

Apple ton, Robt. Carlisl •, s. of Jas. 
Appleton, of Hemlington Hall, N. 
Yorks; J.P, (1907) E. R. Yorks and 


(1892) Beverley : Bar House, Beverley ; 
Mol'-S'-roft House, Molescroft, Beverley. 

Apple ton, rev. canon Richd., m.a. 
Cantab., 2 s. of rev. Richd. Appl-'ton, of 
Liverpool ; h. 1849 ; »i. 1903, Fr.inces 
Margaret, dau. of late rev. canon J. P. 
Eden, of Sedgefield, co. Durham ; Fell. 
Trin. Coll. Camb. 1873, asst. tutor 1881- 
5, tutor 1885-91, jun. dean 1882-4, sen. 
dean 1884-91, preach, of Chapel Royal, 
Whitehall 1882-1, hon. canon of Durham 
from 1900, warden of Trinity Coll. missn. 
and vie. of St. George, Camber we II, 
S.E. 1891-1903, R.D. and vie. of Ware, 
Herts 1901-7, master of Selwyn Coll. 
Cambridge from 1907 : Selwyn College 
Lod^e, Cambri ige. 

Appleton, Tom, J. P. (190()) E. R. 
Yorks : Donnybrook,Hessle S.O. Yorks. 

Appleyaxd, maj.-gen. Fredk. Ernest. 
c.B. (18/oj, s. of F. N. Appleyard, 
formerly Cursitor of the High Court of 
Chancery ; b. 1829 ; in. 1, 1855, Louise, 
dau. of Alexr. Andrew, of Porchester 
ter. W. ; 2, 1885, Gertrude, younger dau. 
of late Harry Tuppen, of Bournemouth 
W. ; with 80 foot in Burma 1852, at 
Rangoon, Martaban and Prome, with 7 
Royal Fus. in Crimea, at Alma, Inker- 
man, the Redan and Sebastopol, knt. leg. 
hon. and 5 class Medjidie ; commd. a 
briii. in Afghanistan 1878-9 ; ret. p. 
1884 ; J. p. Surrey : Army and Na^'3' 
club ; Tarakai, Surbiton, Surrey. 

Apps, engr.-commdr. Wm, Richd., 
P>,.N., M.v.o. 4 class (1906), s. of late 
Chas. Apps, of Chichester ; h. 1862 ; m. 
1885, Florence, dau. of hue T. Lidiard, 
of Bath ; served on Gimbia River, W. 
Coist of Africa 1894 and 1901 ; during 
S. African war 1899-1900 ; engr.-commdr. 
H.M.S. " Renown " during visit of T k.h. 
piince and princess of Wales to India 
J 905-6. 

Apsley, lord, Allen Algernon Bath- 
urst, eld. s. of earl Bathurst; b. 1895. 

Arathoon It. -col. Robt. Lewis, s. of 
late John Arathoon, of Madras ; h. 1844 ; 
m. 1879, Mary J., dau. of late sir John 
llaggersLon, barr. ; It.-col. late 2 
Morthauts. regt., J.P. (1905) Kent: 
Court Lodge, Gillingham, Kent. 

Arbuckie, hon. sir Wm., s. of late 
Wm. Arbuckle, Stirlingshire ; b. 1839; 
m. 1865, Henrietta, eld. dau. of late Hy. 
Shire, of .Natal; 5 times mayor of Dur- 
ban, treas. for Natal 1897-1902, pies, 
legisl. council of Natal 1902-4, agent- 
gen, for Natal in London from 1904, 
knighted 1902 : 206 Ashley gdns. S.W. ; 
office, 26 Victoria st. S.W. 

Arbuthnot, Chas. Geo., 3 s. of John 


Alves Arbuthnot. of Coworth Park, 
Berks, j.p. {d. 1876) ; 6. 1846 ; a director 
of the Bank of England 1884 : 69 Eaton 
sq, S.W. ; Athenaeum and Carlton clubs : 
Bedwell Park, Hatfield, Herts. 

Arbuthnot, vice-adml. Chas. Ram- 
say, 2 s. of Geo. Clerk Arbuthnot, of 
Mavisbank, Midlothian {d. 1876); h. 
1850 ; m. 1880, Emily Caroline, dau. of 
rear-adml. C. F. Schomberg ; served ia 
the Arctic expdn. 1875-6, a.d.c. 1902-4, 
vice-adml. 1908, ret. list 1907: Selwood 
Lodge, Frome. 

Arbntlmot, col. Geo., r.a., 2 s. of 
J. A. Arbuthnot, of Coworth Park, 
Berks, J.p. {d. 1875) ; b. 1836 ; m. 1870, 
Caroline E.N.,dan. of late capt. A.Nepean 
Aitchison, h.e.i.c.s. ; in Indian mutiny 
campaign, 1857-8, at relief of Saugor, 
captures of Jhansi and Calpee ; in Abvs- 
sinia, 1«66, as a.d.c. to sir C. Staveley 
at Magdala ; col. ret, list r.a., D.L., J.p. 
Herefordshire, J.P. Gloucestershire : 
M.p. (c.) Hereford 1871-4 and 1878-80 : 
Army and Navy and Carlton clubs ; Nor- 
ton Court, Gloucester. 

Arbuthnot, ven. Geo., M.A. Ch. Ch. 
Oxon,, eld. s. of Geo. Clerk Arbuthnot, 
of Mivisbank, Midlothian (f/. 1876); h. 
1846 ; m. 1885, Margaret Evelyn, eld. dau. 
of very rev. H. Mortimer Luckock, D.D., 
dean of Lichfield ; vicar of Arundel, 
Sussex 187J-3, of Stratford-on-Avou, 
Warws. 1879-1908, archd. of Coventry 
from 1908 : United University club ; 
Comyn House, Leamington. 

Arbuthnot, sir George G., s. of late 
Archibald Fras. Arbuthnot; h. 1848 ; w. 
1«73, Isabella A., dau. of rev. the hon. 
R. C. Boyle; knighted 1901. 

Arbuthnot. maj.-gen. Henry Thos., 
R.A., C.B. (1907), k. of Geo. Arbuthnot, of 
the Treasury : b. 1834 ; m. 1862, Anna J., 
dau. of B. H. Mowbray, of Surbiton, 
Surrey ; in Crimea 1854-5, at Alma, Inker- 
man, and Sebastopol, knt. leg.hon. Indian 
mutiny 1857-8 at Lucknow ; ret. p. 
1887; J.P.Sutton Coldtield : United Ser- 
vice club : Kamsay House, Shooter's 
Hill, Kent'. 

Arbuthnot, Jas. Woodgate, eld. 
survg. 8. of Geo. Arbuthnot, of Elderslie, 
Surrey {d. J 895) ; b. 1848 ; in. 1877, Annie, 
dau. of sir Chas. Jackson, judge of high 
court of Calcutta : was formerly a banker 
in Madras, J.p. (1901) Surrey : 22 Queen's 
giins. W. ; Athenaeum club ; Elderslie, 
nr. Dorking. 

Arbuthnot, capt. John Bernard, 
M.v.o. 5 class (1902), eld. s. of coL Geo, 
Arbuthnot, r.a. (ret.), of Norton Court. 
Glos., D.L., J.P. ; b. 1875 ; in. 1903, Olive, 



only dau. of sir Hy. A. Blake, g.c.m.(4.; 
capt, Scots gds. from 1903. 

Arbuthnot, capt. Eobt. Jolm Wastel, 
only s. of late maj. Robt. Christopher 
Arbutbnot, of Hollow Dene, Frensham, 
Surrey ; b. 1877 ; m. 1905, Winefrlde 
Teresa, dau. of A. Boursot, of 12 Vicar- 
age gate, Keiisington, W. ; J.P. (1904) 
Montgomeryshire, served in S. African 
war 1899-1900, capt. 3 battn. (mil.) 
Yorks-bire regt. from 1903 : Newtown 
Hall, Newtown, Mont. 

Arbuth.not, capt. sir Robt. Keith, 4 
bt. (1823), M.v.o. 4 class (1904), eld. s. 
of 8 bt. {d. 1889) ; b. 1864 ; m. 1897, 
Lina, only dau. of col. Alex. C. Macleay, 
c.B.,3Seaforth Highrs. ; capt. R.N. (Heir, 
s. b. 1906): 105 Cadogan gdns. S.W. ; 
Travellers' and Automobile clubs. 

Arbutlmot, William Reierson : Plaw- 
hatch, East (3-rinstead, Sussex. 

Arbuthnot, lady.— Caroline C. dau. 
of Wm. Clarke, M.D., of Barbados ; 
m. 1868, gen. sir Chas. Geo. Arbuthnot, 
G.C.B., R.A. {d. 1899) : 37 Castletown rd. 
West Kensington, W. 

Arbuthnot, lady. — Constance A., 
youngest dau. of sir Wm. Milman, 3 
bart. ; m. 1899 as his 2 wife, sir Alex. 
John Arbuthnot,, c.i.e. {d. 
1907) : Newtown House, nr. Newbury. 

Arbuthnot, mrs. M. Rosa, eld. daru 
of J. Campbell, of Kilberry, Argyll- 
shire ; m. 1865, as his 2 wife, Wm. 
Arbuthnot, of Coworth Park, Berks. 
D.L., J.P. {d. 1896) : The Ham Manor, 
Newbury, Berks. 

Arbuthnott, 11 vise. (1611, sco.). 
David Arbuthnott, 2 s. of 9 vise. {d. 
1891) by dau. of 6 earl of Airlie and bro. 
of 10 vise. {d. 1895) ; h. 1845 {Heir, bro. 
hon. William, q.v.) : Arbuthnott House, 
nr. Fordoun, Kincardineshire. 

Arbuthnott, Jas. Carnegy-, eld. s. of 
Arthur Risdon Capel (who assumed 
addtl. names of Carnegy-Arbuthnott 
and d. in 1899) by Mary A. J., 4 dau. {d. 
1906) of Jas. Carnegy-Arbuthnott, of 
Balnamoon and Findowrie, co. Forfar, 
D.L., J.P. {d. 1871) : 34 Roland gdns. 
South Kensington, S.W. ; Balnamoon, 
Brechin, Forfarshire. 

Arbuthnott, John Campbell, c.i.e. 
(1898), s. of late It.-col. hon. Hugh 
Arbuthnott; b. 1858; m. 1887, Jeannie 
S., dau. of late Robt. Hamilton, of 
Elmhurst, Kent ; entd. I.C.S. (Assam) 
1879, asst. commr. 1883, dep. commr. 

Arbuthnott, hon. William, 4 s. of 9 
vise. Arbuthnott ; b. 1849 j heir prep, to 

Arbuthnott, hon. mrs. David, Eliza, 
dau. of Thos. Forbes Reynolds, M.D., of 
Wallington, Surrey ; m. 1847, hon. David 
Arbuthnott, M.C.S. 1841-78 {d. 1901) : 
Devonia, Paignton, Devon, 

Arbuthnott, hon. mrs. Hugh. Susan, 
dau. of late John Campbell, of Greenock ; 
m. 1854, col. hon. Hugh Arbuthnott {d. 

Archdale, Edwd. b.a. Oxon., c.e., 
eld. s. of rev. Hy. Montgonjery Arch- 
dale, of Willow Bank. Kingstown {d. 
1898) and nephew of Wm. Humphreys 
Mervyn-Arch'iale, of C*-tle Archdale, 
CO. Fermanagh, M.P.. D.L., J.P.{d. 1899) ; 
b. 1850; m. 1908, Elizabeth, 2 dau. of late 
Nicholas Harwood, H.M. Dockyard, 
Pembroke, and widow of capt. W. Wing- 
field Clarke ; is D.L., j.P. co. Fermanagh : 
Castle Archdale, Irvinestown, co. Fer- 
managh ; Trillick Lodjie, co. Tyrone. 

Archdale, Edwd. Mervyn, eld. s. of 
Nicholas Montgomery Archdale, of 
Crock na Crieve, co. Fermanagh, j.p. 
(d. 1877) ; b. 1853 ; m. 1880, Alice B., 
youngest dau. of late Quintin Fleming ; 
It. (ret.) R.K., D.L., J.P. CO. Fermanagh 
sheriff 1884), m.p. (c.) N. Fermanagh 
(1898-1903 : Sporlg and Kildare St. 
(Dublin) clubs ; Riversdale, Ballinamal- 
lard S.O. co, Fermanagh. 

Archdale, brig.-gen. Hugh Jas., c.b. 
(1902), 2 8. of capt. Mervyn Edwd. 
Archdale, of Castle Archdale, co. Fer- 
managh {d. 1895) ; b. 1854 ; m. 1, Minnie, 
eld. dau. {d. 1888) of late capt. Hugh 
Montgomery Archdale, late 52 L. I. ; 2, 
1894, Helen Evelyn T.,eld. dau. of capt. 
Boscawen Trevor Griiffith-BoscaAven, of 
Trevaljn Hall, Denbighshire, D.L., j.p.; 
served in Soudan campaign 1885, Bur- 
mese expdn. 1886-7, S. African war 1899- 
1902, It.-col. commdg. (brevet col. 1904) 
2 battn. Lincolnshire regt. 1800-4, brig.- 
gen. commdg. N, Midland divu. of Terri- 
torial army from 1908 : Naval and Mili- 
tary club : Packington Hall, Lichfield. 

Archdale, mrs, Mervyn-, Matilda, 

dau. of late Wm. Alley, of Artane, co. 

Dublin ; m. 1894, as his 2 wife, Wm, 

Humphreys Mervyn- Archdale, of Castle 

Archdale, co. Fermanagh, d.l., j.p., 

M.p. (c.) Fermanagh 1874-85 (d. 1899) : 

Gortinore, Monkstown, co. Dublin. 

Arohdall, bp. vide Killaloe, 

Archer, Addis Edwd., 2 but only 

survg. s. of Edwd. Archer, of Trelaske, 

Cornwall, D.L., j.p. (d. 1885) ; b. 1851 ; 7/». 

Evelina, 2 dau. of late sirPhilip Protheroe 

Smith : Trelaske, Launceston, Cornwall, 

Archer, maj. Charles, c,i.b.(1906), s. 

of Thos. Arcber, c.M.O., agent-gen. Jii 



England for Queensland {d. 1905) ; h. 
1863 ; m. 1900, Alice, dau. of Hy. G. 
Haves of Washington, U.S.A. ; Zhob 
Valley expdn. 1890, maj. 1901, Ind. 

Archer, rev. Charles G-oodwyn, M.A. 
Cantab ; J. P. Suffolk ; rector from 1856 
of Alderton, Woodbridge. 

Archer, It, -col. David, s. of late John 
Archer, of Lushill, Highworth, Wilts ; b. 
1836 ; m. 1899, Maud Louisa, 2 dau. of 
Edgar Hanbury, of Eastrop G-range, 
Highworth ; J. P. Wilts and Grlo'ster- 
shire ; maj. and hon. It.-col. Wilts mil. 
1873-9: Lusbill House, Highworth, 
Wilts; Kingsdown House, Swindon, 

Archer, maj. Hy.Fairfax Best. eld. s.of 
late maj. Wm. Hy. Aicher, 16 Lancers, 
by Frances, youngest dau. of late Thos. 
Fairfax Best, of Chilston Park and 
Wierton, Kent ; b. 1858 ; m. 1886, Cathe- 
rine M. eld. dau. of late col. A. N. Scott, 
R.A. (Madras), capt. (hon. maj. 1890) 3 
battn. Hampshire regt. 188i-95, J. P. 
(1904) Suffolk: Jun. United Service 
club ; Thurston House, nr. Bury St. 
Edmunds, Suffolk. 

Archer, Walter E.,4 s. of Clement R. 
Archer, of Hill House, Hampton, Middlx.; 
6. 1855 ; m. 1878, dau. of Robt, Hay 
Murray, of Spinfield, Bucks ; insp. of 
salmon fisheries fishery board for Scot- 
land 1892-98, chief insp. of fisheries to 
board of trade (England and Wales) 
1898-1903, asst. sec. to board of agricul- 
ture and fisheries from 1903 : 17 Sloane 
Court, S.W. ; office, Board of Agri- 
culture and Fisheries, Whitehall, S.W. ; 
Union club. 

Archer, Wm. John, C.M.o. (1902), 
F.R.G.S., s. of late assc. commiss. gen. Wm 
S. Archer; h. 1861 ; m. 1892, Cniistina C, 
dau. of rev. Roger Burrow ; barr. Mid- 
dle Temple 1894, vice-consul at Chieng- 
mai, Siaml891-6 and consul 1893-7, actd. 
as charge d'affaires at Bangkok 1 Aug. 
to 6 Sept. 1896, 7 Dec. to 28 May 1897, 
and 4 July 1900 to 31 Dec. 1901, consul 
at Bangkok 1897-1903, judge of H.M.'s 
court for Siam 1903-4, of the mixed 
courts in Egypt 1904-6, 3 class Osmanieh 
1907 ; 3 class White Elephant of Siam 
1907, commdr. (2 class) Norwegian Order 
of St. Olaf, and (2 class) Danish Order 
of the Danuebrog, councillor of the 
Siamese Legation in London from 1907 : 
23 Ashburn pi. South Kensington, S.W. 

Archer, mrs. Semer Lodge, Semer, 

Archer-Hind,Thomas Hodgson-,M.A 
Cantab, F.L.S., only survg. s. of late J. 

Hodgson, of Elswick, Northumberland ; 
b. 1814 ; m. 1841, Marianne, 2 dau.(dl891) 
of late rev. J. T. Huntley, rector of Bin- 
brook, CO. Lincoln ; assumed names of 
Archer-Hind 1870 ; J.P. Northumber- 
land : Coombe Fishacre House, Newton 

Archer-Houblon, G-eorge Bramston. 
eld. s. of C. Eyre, of Welford Park, 
Berks, d.l., J.p. {d. 1886); h. 1843; m. 
1872, lady Alice F., dau. of 25 Earl of 
Crawfoid ; 6. 1849; J.P. Berks, Essex 
(sheriff 1898) and Herts, It.-col. 3 battn. 
(mil.) R. Berks regt. 1888-94, hon. col. 
1894, assumed by royal licence n^ames of 
Archer-Houblon in lieu of Eyre, 1891 : 
73 Upper Berkeley st. W. ; Hallingbury 
Place, Bishops Stortford. 

Archer-Houblon, ven. Thos. Hy.D.D. 
Ch. Ch. Oxon., A^D. (1907), s. of rev. 
Thos. Archer-Houblon, rect. of Pease- 
more, Berks {d. 1874) ; b. 1849 ; curate 
of Wantage 1873-5, rect. of Peasemore 
1875-81, vicar of Wantage 1881-1902, 
canon of Ch. Ch. and archdn. of Oxford 
from 1902 : Ch. Ch. Oxford. 

Archibald, Chas. Falcon, eld. s. of C. 
W.Archibald, of Rusland Hall,Lancs.J.P. 
{d. 1893) ; b. 1866 ; m. 1895, Harriet M., 
2 dau. of late John Downes, of Court 
House, Richard's Castle, Salop : Rusland 
Hall, Ulverston. 

Archibald, Wm. Fredk. Alphonpe, 
M.A. Oxon., eld. survg. s. of sir Thos. 
Dickson Archibald, judge of Queen's 
bench and Common pleas, 1873-0 {d. 
1876) ; b. 1846 ; m. 1873, Florence, 2 dau. 
of late Chas. Wallrotb, of Blackheath, 
S.E. : late Fereday fell, of St, John's 
coll. Ox., barr. Inner Temple 1874, a 
master of Supreme court of judicature 
from 1890 : Royal Courts of Justice, 
Strand, W.C. ; Inglewood, Little Book- 
ham, Surrey. 

Ardagh and Clonmacnoise, bp. 
(Pv.o.) of, rt. rev. Joseph Hoare, d.d., s, 
of John Hoare, of Ballymahon, co. Long- 
ford ; h. 1842 ; bp. (ri.o.) of Ardagh and 
Clonmacnoise from 1895: St. Mel's Col- 
lege, Longford, Ireland. 

Ardee, maj. lord. Reginald le Normand 
Brabazon, eld. s. of 12 earl of Meath ; b. 
1869 ; TO. 1908, lady Aileen M., 3 but 
only survg. dau. of 4 earl of Duuraven, 
h. 1873 ; maj. gren. gds. from 1906. 

Arden, Douglas, 2 s. of Richd. Edwd. 
Arden, of East Burnham House, Bucks, 
and Sunbury Park, Middlx. ; b. 1844 ; 
in. 1872, dau. of rev, canon Drummond 
Rawnsley, of Halton Holgate, Lines ; 
J.p. (1903) Bucks: United University 



club ; East Burnham House, iir. Slough, 

Arden, Percy, eld. s. of Richd.Edwd. 
Arden, of Sunbury, Middlx. and Pont- 
vane, Pembrokeshire, D.L., J. P. {d. 1894); 
h. 1840; barr. Inner Temple 1868, j.p. 
Pembrokeshire(sheriff 1903) : a7 Albany, 
Piccadilly, W. ; 1 4 Sussex sq. Brighton ; 
Pontvane, Pembrokeshire. 

Ardilaun, lord (1 baron 1880, U.K.), 
sir Arthur Edward Guinness, 2 bart. (cr. 
1867) eld. s. of sir Benj. Lee Guinness, 
1 bart. {d. 1868) ; b. 1840 ; m. 1871, lady 
Olivia Charlotte, dau. of 3 earl of 
Bantrv; M.A., LL.D. (hon.) Dublin, M. P. 
(0.) Dublin 1868-9 and 1874-80, d.l., j.p. 
CO. Galway, co. Dublin and co. Kerry: 
raised to the peerage in 1880 (Heir to 
barony none, to bnronetcy. Algernon 
Arthur St. Lawrence Lee Guinness, b. 
1883) : 11 Carlton House ter. S.W. ; Carl- 
ton, St. Stephen's, Garrick, and Kildare 
St. and University (Dublin) clubs ; St. 
Anne's, Clontarf , Dublin ; Ashford, Cong, 
CO. Galway; Muckross, Killarney. 

Arding, Alfred Chas., b.a. Oxon., 3 s. 
of Edwd. Wells, of Wallingford, Berks, 
J.p. ; b. 1858; m. 1880, Florence M., dau. 
of Edwin D. Maddy, of 10 Queen's Gate 
ter. S.W. ; J.P. Berks., assumed by 
royal licence name of Arding in lieu of 
Wells, 1890 : Braziers Park, Checkenden, 

Ardron, John, c.b. (1906), s. of John 
Ardron, of Queniborough, Leicestershire; 
b. 1843; VI. 1873, dau. of John Jas. Ridge, 
M.D., of Gravesend, Kent ; asst. sec. to 
G.P.0. 1897-1906 : Royal Societies club ; 
Eairvnew, Whi church la. Edgware. 

Ardwall, hon. lord Andrew Jameson, 
M.A., LL.D., s. of Andrew Jameson, sheriff 
of Aberdeen and Kincardine ; b. 1845 ; m. 
1875, Christian Robison, dau. of John G. 
Brown, of Lochanhead,and niece and heir 
of Walter McCuUoch, of Ardwall, co. 
Kirkcudbright(f/. Ife92) ; scotch advocate 
1870, q.C. 1897 ; sheriff of Roxburgh, 
Berwick and Selkirk, 1886-90; of Ross^ 
Cromarty and Sutherland 1890-1, of 
Perthshire 1891-1905, D.L. Stewanry of 
Kirkcudbright, a judiie of court of ses- 
sion (with judicial title of lord Ardwall) 
from 1905 : 14 Moray pi. Edinburgh ; 
Ardwall, Kirkcudbrightshire ; Devon 
shire. Northern, and Univei'sity (Edin- 
burgh) clubs. 

Argrles, Thos. Atkinson, m.a. Ch. Ch. 
Oxon, only s. of E. A. Argles, of Eversley, 
Westmorland, D.L., J.P. {d. 1 885) ; b. 1859 ; 
m. 1893, Agnes, youngest dau. of Ute 
Wm.Hy.Wakefield, of Sedgwick House, 
Kendal ; barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1883, D.L., 

J.P. Westmorland (sheriff 1891), maj. 
4 battn. Border regt. from 1908 : Carl- 
ton and Oxford and Cambridge clubs ; 
Eversley, Milnthorpe, Westmorland ; 
Haregate, Leek, Statfs. 

Argyll, 9 duke of (1701, sco.). John 
Douglas Sutherland Campbell, P.O. 
(1875), K.T. (1871), G.C.M.G. (1878), 
Royal Yictorian Chain (1901), G.C.v.o. 
(1901), LL.D. (hon. 1902) Camb., LL.D. 
(hon. 1908) Glasg., eld. s. of 8 duke, K.G., 
K.T., P.O. {d. 1900) by dau. of 2 duke 
of Sutherland ; b. 1845 ; m. 1871, princess 
Louise Alberta (memb. Roy. order of 
Victoria and Albert (1st class), lady of 
Imperial order of Crown of India, Roy. 
Red Cross, lady of justice of order of St. 
John of Jerusalem), 4 dau. of Queen 
Victoria (6. 18 March, 1848) ; sits as 
duke of Argyll (1892, U. K.) ; 2nd tit. 
marq. of Lome ; chief of the clan 
Campbell ; hered. master of the King's 
Household in Scotland and keeper of 
the great seal of Scotland, hered. keeper 
of the royal castles of Duuoon, Dun- 
staffnage and Carrick, hered. sheiiff of 
Argyllshire, pri. sec. to sec. of state for 
India (duke of Argyll) 1868-70, D.L. 
Dumbartonshire, H.M.'s Lieut, for 
Argyllshire from 1900. M.P. (L.) Argyll 
1868-78, (L.u.) S. Manchester 1895-1900, 
lieut.-col. commdt. 1 Argyll and Bute 
[I. G. A. (vols. ) 1866-84 and hon. col. of the 
corps 1900, hon. col. 9 (Glasgow battn.) 
High. L.I. from 1899, hon. col. 14 battn. 
County of London regt. from 1900, and 
of the 6 battn. (mil.) Lancashire Fus. 
1901, gov. gen. of Canada 1878-83, hon. 
col. Argyll Highland inf. (Canada), gov. 
and con.-table of Windsor Castle from 
1892, vice-adml. Argyllshire and West 
Coa«t of Scotland, chanc. of order of St. 
Michael and St. George from 1905, order 
of Black Eagle of Germany and leg. of 
hon., pres. Argyll Territl. Force Assoc, 
from 19U8 (JJeir, hro. lord Archibald 
Campbell, g-.r.) : Kensington palace, W.; 
Athenaeum club; Dalchenna, Inver iray, 
Argyllshire ; Roseneath, Helensburgh, 
Dumbartonshire ; Kent House, East 
Cowes, I. of W. 

Arg-yll, dowager duchess of, A^A., 
lua, )^oungest, dau. of late Archibald 
McNeill, of Colonsay, Argyllshire and 
niece of late baron Colonsay ; m. 1895, as 
his 3 wife, 8 duke of Argyll, K.G., K.T., 
p.c. {d. 1900) ; woman of the bed- 
chamber and priv. sec. to Queen Victoria 
1888-95. order of Victoria and Albert : 
54 Cadogau sq. S.W. ; Macharioch, 

Argyll and The Isles, bp. of, rt. rev. 



Kenneth Mackenzie, D.D. Oxon., s. of 
late lord Mackenzie, senator of Coll. of 
Justice, Scotland ; b. 1863 ; m. 1897, 
Alice, dau. of late Jas. F. White, of 
Balruddery, co. Forfar ; exam, chapln. 
to bp. of Brechin, and rect. of St. Paul, 
Dundee 19U0-7 ; provost of cath. ch. of 
St. Paul, Dundee 1905-7, bp. of Argyll 
and The Isles from 1907 : Dungallan, 
Oban, N.B. 

Arkell, Thos., eld. s. of J. Arkell, of 
Kingsdown, Wilts ; 6.1834; J.P. (1895) 
Wilts: Beech Croft, Kingsdown, Stratton 
St. Margaret, Swindon, Wilts. 

Arkwright, Arthur Chandos, 6 s. 
of J. Arkwright, of Hampton Court, co. 
Herefo/d, J.P. (rf. 1858) ; b. 1843 ; m. 1870, 
Agnes M., dan. of Wm. M. Tufnell, of 
Hatfield Place, Chelrnsfor t : j.p. Salop 
and Essex, late It. 2 life gds., maj. and 
hon. It.-col. Shropsh. yeotn. 1889-90 : 
Arthur's club ; Hatfield Place, Witham, 

Arkwrig-ht, Fras., s. of rev. G. H. 
Arkwright, of Sutton Scarsdale(d 1866); 
b. 1846 ; m. 1, 1868, dau, {d. 1873) of late 
H. Milbank ; 2, 1875, hon. Evelyn, dau. 
of 3 vise. Sidmonth, b. 1852 : late 100 foot, 
J.p. Derbyshire, lord of manor of Church- 
over, CO. Warwick, M.p. (c.) E. Derby- 
sliire 1874-80: Carlton club; Marton, 
W^ellington, N. Zealand. 

Arkwright, Frederic Chas.,only s. of 
I'. Arkwright, of Willersley {d. 1874); 
b. 1853 ; m. 1883, Robecca O. 3 dau. of 
sir John Alleyne, 3 bart. : D.L., J. P.Derby- 
shire (sheriff 1887), capt. 2 Derbyshire 
R. V. 1882-7 : Willersley, Cromford, 

Arkwright, John Peter, 2 and eld. 
survg. s, of John Tho?<. Arkwright, ot 
Hatton House, Warwickshire, ».r>., j.p. 
{d. 1906) ; b. 1864 ; m. 1908, Violet Cathe- 
rine, 4 dau. of Albert Brissey, of Hey- 
throp, Oxon., J. p., by hon. Matilda M., 
dau. of 4 baron Clanmoiris; late It. 
Warwickshire yeom. ; J.p. (1901) War- 
wickshire: Hatton House, nr. Warwick. 

Arkw^right, John Stanhope, only s. of 
John Hungerford Arkwright, of Hamp- 
ton Court, Herefordshire, lord lieut. (c?. 
1905) ; b. 1872 ; m. 1905, Helen Muriel 
Stephanie, youngest dau. of Stenhen 
Robinson, of Lvnhales, Kington, Here- 
fordshire ; D.L., J.P. Hereto- dshire, m.p. 
(c.) City of He'-eford from 1900 : 56 
St. George's sq. S.W. ; Lyonshall, Here- 

Arkwright, Loftus Joseph Wigram, 
eld. s. of h. \V. Arkwright, of Par u don 
Hall, and Mark Hall,Essex,J.P.((;. 1889) ; 
b, 1866 ; is patron of 3 livings and lord 

of the manor of Little Parndon: Parndon 
Hall. Little Parndon, Harlow, Essex. 

Arkwright, Richard, m.a. Cantab, 2 
s. of late J. Arkwright, of Hampton 
Court, Herefordshire. J.P. {d. 1858) ; b. 
1835 ; m. 1862, lady Mary C. C, dau. of 2 
earl of Strafford ; b. 1838 : barr. Lin- 
coln's Inn 1859, D.L.Herefordshire; m.p. 
(c.) Leominster 1866-75 : Carlton club ; 
Heme House, Windso*-. 

Arkwright, Wilfred Lionel Tyrell, 
eld. s. of Arthur Chandos Arkwright, of 
Hatfield Place, Essex, j.p. ; b. Is7l ; J.P. 
(19O0) Essex: Wellington club ; Buck.s- 
borns, Boreha-n, Cnclm'-ford. 

Arkwright, Wm., only s. of maj. 
W. Arkwright, 6 drag. [d. 1857); b. 
1857 ; m. 1884, Agnes M., eld. dau. of 
hon. John Somers Cocks; sheriff of Derby- 
shire, 1890 ; lord of the mnnor of Sutton 
S'-arsdale : 29 Albert Hall mansions, 
S.W. ; White's club ; Sutton Scarsdale, 

Arkwright. rev. Wm. Harry, M.A. 
Oxon., 2 s. of rev. Gr. H. Arkwright, 
of Sutton Scarsdale {d. 1866) ; b. 1848; 
J.P. Leicestershire ; vicar of Wirksworth, 
Derbyshire 1893-1902. preb. of Southwell 
Cath. 1900-5, rect. from 1905 of High- 
clere, Newbury 

Arkwright, hon. mrs. Elizabeth, dau. 
of 3 baron Kenyon ; b. 1837 ; m. 1860, 
rev. George Arkwright rector of Pen- 
combe,Herefordshire'(c^. 1877j : Firlands, 
Easthampstead, Bracknell, Berkshire. 

Arkwright, miss Emily Elizabeth, 
eld. dan. of Alfred Arkwright, of Wirks- 
worth, J. P., D.L. {d. 1887) : Gate House, 
Wirksworth, Derby. 

Armagh, 1 10 archbp.of (444),most rev. 
William Alexander, D.D., D.C.L., D.lAtt. 
(hon.) and hon. fell. Brasenose Coll. 
Oxon., LL.D. (hon.) Dublin, s of rev. 
prebend. RoV)t. Alexander, of Aghadoey, 
ani neph. of late bp. (Alexander) of 
Meath ; b. 1824 ; m. 1850, Cecd F., dau. 
{d. 1895) ot m-ij. Humphreys, of Mil- 
town House, CO. Tyrone. J.P. ; dean of 
Emly 1864-67, Barapton lecturer 1875, 
bp. of Derry 1867-96 ; archbp. of Ar- 
magh and primate of all Ireland from 
1896 : Athenfeura club ; Palace, Armagh. 

Armagh, archbp. (r c.) of, his emi- 
nence the most rev. cardinal Michael 
Logue. D.D. ; h. 1840; bp. of Raphoe 
1879, coadjutor for Armagh 18S7-8, 
archbp. and pnmate (r.c.) of all Ireland 
fiom 1888, cardinal 1893: Armagh. 

Armiield, Joseph John, s. of Joseph 
Armfield, of Croham Mount, Croydon, 
Surrey; b. 18V2; m. 1877, Margaret, 
dau. of John Maxwell, of Penzance, 



Cornwall; J.P. (1906) Hants: 20 Mark 
la. E.G. ; Cliristchurch rd. Uingwood. 

Armitag-e, Alfred, 2 s, of W. J. Armi- 
tage, of Farnley Hall, Yorks ; b. 1807 ; 
VI. Ifc90, dau. of S. Thompson, of Mucka- 
more, co. Antrim ; J, P. (1906) Somerset: 
Eoyal Automobile club ; Hay grass, 

Armitagre, Arthur Cairo w, s. of John 
Armitage, of Woodville Hall, Forest 
Hill; b. 1847; m. 1877, Alice Barbara, 
dau. of William Morris, d.Tj.,j.p. of Hali- 
fax, Yorks; J.P. W. E. Yorks, D.L., J.P. 
Stewartry of Kirkcudbright ; latemaj. 2 
West York yeom. cav. : Conservative 
club; Kirroughtree,NewtonStewart,N.B. 

Armitage, Benjamin, nephew of sir 
Elkanah Armitage, of Hope Hall, Lanes, 
J.P., D.L. {d. 1876) ; b. 1830 ; m. 1856, 
Mary, 2 dau. of Martin Middleton, of 
Manchester; j.p. (1886) Lancashire: 
iStoneleigh, 14 Duke st. Southport, 

Armitag-e, Benjn., j.p. (1907) Derby- 
shire : Holme Hall, Bakewell. 

Armitage, Charles Ingram, s. of 
Joseph Taylor Armitage, J.P., D.L. 
{d. 1880) ; b. 1849 ; m. 1877, Jane E., dau. 
of late capt. Coates, 98 foot ; J.P. W. R. 
Yorks : Isthmian club ; Highroyd, Hon- 
ley, Yorks, 

Armitage,Geo. Faulkner, 5 s. of Wm, 
Armitage, of Altrincham, Cheshire ; b. 
1849 ; m. 1879, S. Ann, 2 dau, of John 
Rigby, of Altrincham, Cheshire; j.p. 
(1894) Cheshire: 18 Clifford st. Bond 
8t, W.; National Liberal and Manchester 
Reform clubs ; Stamford, Altrincham, 

Armitage, Geo.Pollard, eld. s. of J. A. 
Armitage, of Storthes Hall and Milns- 
bridge, Yorks, J.P. {d. 1898) ; b. 1867 ; 
J.p. (1902) W. R. Yorks : Storthes Hall, 

Armitage, Joseph John, 2 s. of 
Samuel Fox Armitage, of Kottingham ; 
b. 1866; VI. 1880, dau. of Joseph Smith, 
of Olton, Warwickshire; J.P. (1906) 
Notts : The Mount, Elm Bank, Notting- 

Armitage, Robt. ,b. a. Cantab. , b. 1866; 
barr. Inner Temple 1889, joint man. di)-. 
Farnley Iron Co. Ltd. ,cbm. Brown Bay- 
ley's Steel Works, Ltd., J.p. (1904) Leeds 
(lord mayor 1904 5), m.p. (l.) Leeds 
(Central divn.) from 1806: Farnley 
House. Eton avenue, N.W. ; Reform 
and National Liberal clubs ; Farnley 
Hall, Leeds. 

Armitage, Robt. Ayrey Armytage, 
eld. s. of Robt. Ayrey Armitage, of 
Manchester ; b. 1869 ; m. 1907, Marion, 
widow of S, C. Macaskie, K,c., of Lou- 

don : capt. 8 battn. Lane. Fus. from 
1900, J.P. (1907) Lancashire and (1904) 
Manchester : Jun. Carlton and Consti- 
tutional (Manchester) clubs ; Edge Cot- 
tage, Alderley Edge, Cheshire. 

Armitage, Robt. Ayrey, youngest s. 
of Elijah Armitage, Manchester ; vi. 
Mary Howard, youngest dan. of John 
Marshall, Ardwick : J.P. Lancashire, 
Manchester, and Sa'ford : Broughton 
Park, Manchester. 

Arm.itage, Samuel Fletcher, eld. s. 
of Elijah Armitage; b. 1825; vi. 1851; 
J.P. Lancashire : Peel Hall,Little Hulton, 
Bolton, Lanes. 

Armitage, Samuel Rigby, s. of Wm. 
Armitage, of Altrincham ; b. 1854; J.P. 
Lancashire : Groombridge House, Al- 
trincham, Cheshire. 

Armitage, Vernon Kirk, M.A., ll.b. 
Cantab, s. of nir Elkanah Armitage, of 
Hope Hall, Manchester, j.p., D.L. 
{d. 1876) ; b. 1842 ; ?n. 1870, Emily, dau. 
of late John Fenton, of Crimble Hall ; 
barr. Inner Temple 1866, j.p. and vice- 
chm. c.C. Lancashire : New Univertity 
club ; 13 Weld rd. Birkdalo, Lanes. 

Armitage, Ziba, s. of Wm.Armitage, 
of Altrincham; b. 1842; J.P. Lanca- 
shire, Cheshire and Warrington: National 
Liberal club ; Newton Bank, Preston 
Brook, nr. Warrington. 

Arm.itage, mrs. Isabel J., dau. of late 
Dudley M. Perceval by dau. of gen. sir 
Richd. Bourke, K.c.B. ; m. 1851, Arthur 
Armitage, of Dadnor, Herefordshire, D.L., 
J.p. {d. 1892) : Dadnor, Bridstow, Ross, 

Armitstead, lord (1 baron 1906, 
U.K.), Geo. Armitstead, 2 s. of late G. 
Armitstead, of Riga, merchant ; b. 1824 ; 
m. 1848, Jane E., eld. dau. of Edwd.Baxter, 
of Kincaldrum, Forfar ; D.L., J.P. Forfar, 
J.P. Perthshire; D.L.Dundee; M.P. (l.) 
Dundee 1868-73 and 1880-5, raised to the 
peerage 1S06 : 4 Cleveland sq. S.W. ; 
Reform, National Liberal and New 
Liberal (Edinburgh) clubs ; Butterstone 
House, Dunkeld, N.B. 

Armitstead, rev. John Hornby, m.a. 
Oxon, eld. s. of rev. canon John Richd. 
Armitstead, of Cranage, Cheshire, vicar 
of Sandbach ; b. 1868 ; J.P. Cheshire, 
vicar from 1899 of Holmes Chapel, 
Crewe, Cheshire. 

Armitstead, rev. canon John Richd., 
-M.A. Oxon., eld. s. of rev. John Armit- 
stead, vicar of Sandbach, Cheshire, j.p. 
{d. 1865); b. 1829; m. 1866,Frances M., eld. 
dau. (d. 1887) of late Wm. Hy. Hornby, 
M.p.,of Poole Hall, Cheshire; hon. canon 




1896, lord of the tnanor of Cranage, 
patron and vicar from 1865 of Saud- 
bach, Cheshire. 

Armstrong-, bp, vide Wangaratta. 

Armstrong', vide Heaton- Armstrong. 

Armstrong, vide Watson- Armstrong. 

Arrastrongr, vide Wright-Armstrong, 

Armstrong-, lord (1 baron U.K. 1903), 
Wm. Hy. Armstrong Fitz Patrick Watson- 
Armstrong, M.A. Cantab., D.c.t.. (hon.) 
Durham, only s. of John Wm. Watson, 
of 65 Eccleston sq. S.W. and Adderstone 
Hall, Belford, j.p., and great-nephew 
to 1 and last baron Armstrong, C.B., 
F.R.s. (of the 1st creation, who d. in 
1900); b. 1863; m. 1889, Winifreda, 
eld. dan. of gen. sir John M. Adye, 
G.C.B.; D.L., j.p. and C.C.Northumberland 
(sheriff 1899). J.P. Newcastle-on-Tyne ; 
maj. Northumb Huss. Yeo. from 1902 : 
grand cordon of Medjidie; assumed 
by royal licence addtl. name of Arm- 
strong 1889, raised to the peerage 
1903 {Heir, s. hon. Wm. J. M. Watson- 
Armstrong, q.v.') : Carlton and Consti- 
tutional clubs ; Cragside, liothbury, 
Northumb ; Baniburgh Castle S.O. 

Armstrong-, sir Andrew Harvey, 3 
oart. (1811), of Callen, eld. s. of 2 bart. 
(c^. 1899); b. 1866; J.P.King's co., late 
capt. 3 battn. (mil.) Leinster regt , 
served with 17 battn. Impl. yeom , S 
African war 1900-1 (Heir, hro. Nesbitt 
William, b. 1875): Gallen Priory, Fer- 
bane, King's co. 

Armstrong-, ma]. Arthur John, j.p. 
(1907) Warwickshire: Morville, Sher- 
oorne, Warwick. 

Armstrong-, maj .-gen. Edward Fran- 
cis Hunter, s. of late gen. Edwd. Arm- 
strong, C.B., J.P., of Folkestone, Kent ; b. 
1834 ; m. 1, Matilda B., dau. of late gen. 
Jas. FitzGerald, Indian army ; 2, 
Florence A. E., dau. {d. 1890) of late col. 
Hy. Colbeck, Indian army and sen. 
magist. of Madras ; late 11 Madras N.I., 
and dep.-commr. Mysore commn., ret. 
1884, M.S.C. : 31 Clarendon villas, Hove, 

Armstrong, sir Greo. Elliot, 2 hart. 
(1892), eld. s. of capt. sir Geo. Carlyon 
Hughes Armstrong, 1 bart. , of Ashburn 
pi. {d. 1907) ; b. 1866 ; m. 1890, Edith 
A., dau. of late Adolphus Fass, of < hal- 
font Grange, Cbalf ont St. Peters, Bucks ; 
chief of the editorial dept. of the Globe 
newspaper from 1895, part proprietor of 
the Peoj>le newspaper ; lieut. K.X. {Heir, 
s. Geo. C, b. 1896) : 24 Hans rd. S.W. ; 
367 Strand, W.C. ; Marlborough and 
Naval and Military clubs. 

Armstrong, Hy., J.P. (1899) co. Dur- 
ham : The Grove, Jesmond, Newcastle- 

Armstrong, Henry Edwd., Ph.D., 
LL.D., F.R.S., V.P.C.S., s. of late Richd. 
Armstrong, of Mark lane, E.C. ; prof, of 
Chemistry at the City and Guilds of 
London Inst, from 1884 : Central Techni- 
cal College, Exhibition rd. S.W. ; 55 
Granville park, Lewisham, S.E. ; Athe- 
naeum club. 

Armstrong, Hugh Clayton, s. of 
late Hugh Clayton Armstrong, of New- 
castle-on-Tyne ; m. 1873, Lydia, 3 dau. 
{d. 1903) of late George Hutchinson, 
M.R.C.8., of Croft House, Ovingham, 
Northumb ; J.P. (1890) Northumberland : 
St. George's Lodge, Manor rd. Folke- 

Armstrong, John Scobell, eld. s. of 
rev. John Armstrong, rect. of Dinder, 
Somerset, and pre by. of Weils {d. 1862), 
by his wife, Mary Anne, dau. of late 
John Scobell, of Nancealverne, Corn- 
wall ; m. Fanny, only dau. of It. Daniel 
WoodruflEe, R.N. ; entd. I.C.S. (Bengal) 
1865, ret. 1892 : 5 Montagu st. Portman 
sq. W. ; St. James' club ; Nancealverne, 
nr. Penzance, Cornwall. 

Armstrong, Marcus Beresford, eld. 
s. of Wm. Armstrong, of ChafPpool, co. 
Sligo {d. 1889) and cousin of Edwd. 
Marcus Armstrong, of Moyaliffe, co. Tip- 
perary. D.L., j.p., (J. 1899) ; h. 184- ; m. 
1888, Rosalie C, dau. of Maurice Maude, 
of Lenaghan, co. Fermanagh; late capt. 
8 brig. N. Irish divn. R,A., J.P. co. Sligo, 
D.L. J.P. CO. Tipperary : Kildare Street 
club. Dublin : Thurles, co. Tipperary ; 
Chaffpool, Ballymote, co. Sligo. 

Armstrong, Thos., c.B.(l898),s.of late 
Thos. Armstrong, of Fallowfield, Man- 
chester ; b. 1832 ; m. 1881, Alice M. dau.' 
of col. J. J. Brine of Torquay ; dir. of 
the Art dept.of Science and Art 1881-98 : 
Athenaeum club : The Abbots House, 
Abbots Langley, Herts. 

Armstrong, sir Walter, B.A. Oxon., 
hon. R.H.A., s. of late Walter Armstrong, 
of P^nnismoregdns.S.V/.; J. 1850; m. 1873, 
E. Rose, dau. of C. C. Ferard, of Ascot 
Place, Berks, J.P. : author of many works 
on art, J.P. co. Dublin, director of the 
National Gallery of Ireland from 1892, 
knighted 1899 : Ceanchor House, Howth, 
CO. Dublin ; Burlington F. A., Jun. 
Athenaeum and Cosmopolitan clubs. 

Armstrong, Wm., J.P. (1895) co. 
Durham : Wingate Grange, Wingate 
S.O., CO. Durham. 

Armstrong, Alice P. lady.— dau. of 
rev. Chas. Joseph Furlong, M.A. ; m. 



X866, capt. sir Geo. Carlyon Haghf-s 
A.rrastrong, 1 bart., of Ashburn pi. {d. 
1907) : 39 Cadogau sq. S.W. 

Arrastrong, lady. — Charlotte, dau. of 
late S. C. Simpson, of Brockton, Staffs, 
23 Light drag. ; m. 1, T. Knowles Til- 
lotson ; 2, 1880, adml. sir Wm. King- 
Hall, K.C.B. (rf.l886); 3, 1894, sir Alex. 
Armstrong, K.c.B.,dir-gen. of navy med. 
dept. 1866-80 {d. 1899) : The Elms, Sut- 
ton Bonnington, Loughborough. 

Arniyta§re, col. Arthur Hy.,late R.A., 
2 6. of sir Geo. Armytage, 5bart.((i.l899), 
bvdau. of sir Joseph RadclifFe. 2 l>art. ; b. 
1845 ; m. 1879, Katharine H.,' 2 dau. of 
Ralph Creyke, of Rawclifife and Marton, 
Yorks ; J. P. (1898) E.R. Yorks : Army 
and Navy and Yorkshire clubs; The 
White House, Clifion, York. 

Arxnytage, sir Geo. John, 6 bart. 
(1738), F.S.A., eld. s. of 6 bart. {d. 1899) ; 
d. 1842 J m. 1,1871, Ellen {d. 1890), dau. 
of late rev. A. Fawkes, of Farnley Hall, 
Yorks ; 2, 1893, Mary G.,eld. survg. dau. 
of late Hy. Anthony Littledale, of Bol- 
ton Hall,Craven,Yorks ; chm. Lancashire 
and Yorkshire Railway Co. ; d.L. W. R. 
Yorks, sheriff of Yorkshire 1907 {IJeir,s. 
capt. Geo. Ayscough, b. 1872): 27 Cam- 
bridge !-q. W. ; Windham club ; Kirklees 
Park, Brighouse, Yorks. 

Armytag-e, Percy, m.v.o. (5 class), 
eld. s. of it -col. Hy. Armytage, late 
Coldst. gds. {d. 1901) by hon. Fenella, 
dau. of 1 barou Fitzhardinge ; b. 1853 : 
m. 1888, Rosetta P., dau. '{d. 1902) of 
late col. Cameron, of Danygraig, Glam. 
and widow of capt. C E. Eustace, of 
Roberush ridge, co. Kildare : gentleman 
usher to the King from 1903 ; leg. hon. 
(4 class) : 6 Buckingham Palace man- 
sions, tS.W. 

Arnell, Wm. Thos., v.u., 2 s. of late 
Benjn. Arnell, of Emsworth, Hants ; b. 
1852 ^ 7tt. 1878, Henrietta, dau. of late 
Thos. Gibbings, of Chichester; j.p. 
(1903) Hants, maj. late 5 vol. batti . 
Hants regt. : Whitecliff, Sandown, J.W. 

Arnfield, Thos. Owen, eld. s. of late 
Joseph Arnfield, J. P., c.c, of New Mills, 
CO. Derby ; h. 1«52 ; m. 1879, Julia, dau. 
of Richd. Brayne, of Douglas, I. of 
Man ; j.p. (1906) Derbyshire : Redgatc, 
New M ills, Derbyshire. 

Arnold, vide Coape- Arnold. 

Arnold, Bernard, F.L.s., eld. s. of Geo. 
Matthews Arnold, of Milton Hall, Kent, 
n.L., J.P., K.S.G. ((/. 1908) ; b. 1862 ; m. 
1886, Mary C, dau. of Jas. Prendergast ; 
is J.P. (1895) Kent: Milton Lodge, 

i Arnold, Edwd., J.P. (1^02) flerts : 
Redbourne Bury, Redbourne, Herts. 

I Arnold, Joseph Albert, M.i.Mech.E., 

i 5 s, of Joseph Arnold, of Moreton, Staffs ; 

I b. 1857 ; 71. 1880, dau. of Wm. Hambley, 

I of Hayle, Gonnvall; J.P. (1901) Derby- 

! shire ; Marine Hydro, Rhyl. 

Arnold, maj. Wm. Reginald, eld. s, of 

I It. -col. W. Arnold of Nethercott, Devon, 
D.L., J.P. and O.A. {d. 1901); b. 1865; 
served on N.W. Frontier of India 1897-8 
with Tirah expdy. force, S. African war 
1900-2, capt. (brevet-maj. 1898) Dorset 
regt. from 1897 : Naval and Military 
club ; Nethercott, Iddesleigh, Devon. 

Arnold, lady. — Amelia, dau. of late 
capt. H. B. Hyde, 96 regt., of Cas'le 
Hyde, co. Cork; m. 1867, sir Arthur 
Arnold, Knt., ll.d., M.P., D.L.. J.P. {d. 
1902) : 45 Kensington park gdns. W. ; 
Hyde Hill, Dartmouth. 

Arnold, lady Charlotte G., dau. of 3 
marq. of Cholmondeley ; b. 1828 ; in. 
1852, rev. Edwd. Gladvvin Arnold, rect. of 
Gt. Massingliam, Norfolk (ti. 1887) : 
Avondel, St. Leomirds-ou-Sea. 

Arnold, lady. — Kurokawa Tama, dau. 
of Kuroisawa Mankichi, of Tokyo, 
Japan ; m. 1897, as his 3 wife, sir Edwin 
Arnold, K.C.I.E., C.S.I, (d. 1904) : 1. 
Wetherby mansions, Earl's Court sq. 
S. W. 

Arnold, lady.— Mary, m. 1, Joseph 
Collins, of Halifax. Yorks; 2, 1901, as 
his 2 wife, sir Alire:! Collins, Knt., m.p., 
J.p. (J. 1908) : Woodroyde, Sa vile Park, 

Arnold, mrs. Stanley, only dau. of 
Robt. Edwards, of Beech HUl ParK, 
Essex; m. 1869, col. Stanley Arnuld, 
C.B., IP., of BariOn House, Warv^■ick- 
shire {d. 190t)) : Barton House, nr. More- 
ton -iu-Marsh. 

Arnold-Forster, Edwd. Penrose, eld. 
s. of late Wm. Delatield Arnold, direc. of 
public iustn. in Punjab, and adopted s. of 

I latert. hon.Wm.Edwd.For8ter,of Burley- 
in-Wharfedaie, Yorks, M.P. ; b. 1851 ; m. 
1875, Edith Mary, dau. of late Wm. 
Ford, C.S.I., of Fjrd Park, Devon ; is 
D.L., J.P. W. R. Yorks : Atheuteum, Bath 
and Devonshire clubs ; Cathedine, 
Burley-in- Wharf edale, Yorks. 

Amold-Forster, rt. hon. Hugh Oake- 
ley, P.O., M.A. Oxon, 2 b. of late Wm. 
Delafield Arnold, direc. of public instu, 
in Punjaub, and adopted s. of late rt. 
hon. Wm. Edwd. Forster, of Burley-in- 
VVharfedale, Yorks, M.P. ; b. 1855 ; m. 
1885, Mary, dau. of M. H. N. Story- 



Maskelyne, of Basset Down Hou^e. 
Wilts, M.P.. D.L., .J. p.: barr. Lincoln"!- 
Jnn 1879, m.p.(l.u.) VV. Belfast 1892-190G. 
Croydon from 1906, parly, sec. lo the 
Admiralty 1900-3, sec. state, war dept 
1903-5 : 2 The Abbey gdn. Westminster, 

Arnott, vide FitzGerald-Arnott. 

Amott, 3ir John Alex., 2 bart. (1896), 
eld. 8. of 1 bart. and knt., M.P., D.L., 
J.P. (d. 1898) ; b. 1854 ; m. 1881, Caroline 
S., eld. dau. of sir Fredk, M. Williams, 
2 bart. of Tregullovv, Cornwall; D.L., 
J.P. (1898) CO. Cork, j.p. co. Dublin, 
foimerly maj. and hon. It.-col. 4 battn. 
(mil.) Cheshire regt. 1893-1900 (Heir, s. 
John, b. 1885) : 12 Merrion sq. Dublin ; 
Carlton, and Kildare Street (Dublin) 

Amott, mrs. Maria Jane, dau. of 
Thos. Bolting, Aberdare, Glam. ; m. 
1865, Edw. Aruott, of The Garth, Mon- 
mouth, J.P. ((/. 1906) : The Garth, 

Amould, lady.— Anne, dau. of late 
maj. J. W. Carnegie, C.B.; m. I860, as his 2 
wife, sir Joseph Arnould, puisne judge at 
Bombay 1859-69 {d. 1886). 

Arran, 6 earl of (1762, ir.). Arthur 
Jocelyn Chas. Gore, only s. of 5 earl, 
K.p. {d. 1901), by hon. Edith, younger 
dau. (d. 1871) of Bobert, vise. Jocelyn, 
and granddau, of 3 earl of Roden ; b. 
1868 ; 771. 1902, Maud, only dau. of baron 
Huysson de Kattendyke, of Kattendyke, 
Holland; sits as baron Sudley( 1884, U.K.): 
2nd tit. vise. Sudley : D.L., j.p., late maj. 
Egyptian cav., capt. (brevet.-maj. 1900) 
R.H.G. 1895-1903 and adjt. 1893-6, served 
in S. African war 1900, capt. res. of 
officers from 1908, It.-col, commdg. 15 
battn. County of London (Civil Service) 
regt. 1904-8 {Heir, s. vise. Sudl y, q.v.) : 
Turf, Travellets', R.Y.S. and Garrick 
clubs ; Castle Gore, Mayo ; Hyde Hall, 
Sawbridgeworth, Herts. 

Arran, Winifred E., countess of, 3 
dau. of late John ReiUy, of St. Bridget's, 
CO, Dublin, by dau, of 1 baron St. 
Leonards ; m. 1, 1881, hon. John Mon- 
tagu Stopford, It. gren. gds, (d. 1885) ; 
2, 1889, as his 2 wife, 5 earl of Arran, 
K.p, {d. 1901) ; lady-in-waiting to h.r.h. 
princess Christian of Schleswig-Rolstein 
1886-9 : Queen Anne's Mead, Windsor. 

Arrol, sir William, ll.d, (hon,) Glas., 
s. of Thos. Arrol, of Glasgow ; b. 1839 ; 
m. 1, 1864, Elizabtth Pattison ; 2, 
1905, miss Hogart ; sen. partner in firm 
of Wm, Arrol and Co,, engineers, Dal- 
■mamock ironworks, Glasgow, who con- 
structed the re-built Tay bridge and the 

Forth bridg ; d,L. Glasgow, J.P. Ayr- 
shire ; M.P. (L. u.) S. Ayrshire 18'95- 
1906; kniahied 1890: S'eafield, Ayr, 
N.B. ; Dennistoun, Glasgow. 

Arrow, Wm., eld. s. of sir Fredk. 
Arrow, knt, of Pilgrim's Hall, Essex 
{d. 1875); 6. 18- : m. 1885, Nora, dau. 
of late Sheffield Neave ; is J.p. (1900) 
Essex : Union club ; Langtons, South 
Weald, Essex. 

Arrowsmith. John, j.p. (1906) 
Cheshire : Hill View, Alsager, Cheshire. 
An-owsmith, Thos,, 6 s. of Thos. 
Arrowsmith, of Whitchisrch, Salop; b. 
1840 ; m. 1860, Hannah, dau. of Henry 
Ti.omas, of Burslem, Staffs ; J.p, (1907), 
Staffs andBuisIem: National Liberal 
club; Lymewood, Wolstanton, Stoke- 

Arthur, sir Allan, s, of Allan Arthur, 
of Glasgow ; b. 1857 ; prea. of Bengal 
chamber of commerce 1894-1900, memb. 
of viceroy of India council 1898-1901, 
knighted 1900 : Calcutta. 

Arthur, sir Geo. Compton Archi- 
bald, 3 bt. (1841), eld. s. of 2 bt. (</. 
1878), by 4 dau. cf 10 earl of Kinnoull ; 
b. 1860 ; 711. 1898, Kate Harriette, 3 dau. 
of late Horatio Brandon and widow of 
Arthur Raymond Yates ; It. 2 life gds. 
1880-6, served in Egypt 1882 and Nile 
expdn. 1884-5, S.Afiican war 1 900-1, with 
Impl. yeom. and on staff, hon. It. in the 
irmy 1901, It, Herts I,Y. 1886-1902, hon. 
capt. 1902 {Heir, cousin. Edward M,-, b. 
1874): 38, P.rorapion sq, S.W. ; Carlton 
and Marlborough clubs. 

Arthur, sir Matthew, 1 bt. (1903), of 
Carlung,eld. s. of Jas. Arthur, of Catlung, 
Ayrshire, and Barshaw, Renfrewshire ; h. 
1852 ; m. 1879, Janet Stevenson B«:nnett, 
dau. of Alex. Bennett McGtigor, ll.d., of 
Cairnoch, Stirlingshire ; D.L., J.P. Ayr- 
shire and Glasgow, memb. Roy. Compy. 
of Archers (King's bodyguard for Scot- 
land), chra, of Arthur & Co, Ltd., chm. 
of Western Infirmary, Glasgow and of 
West of Scotland Liberal Unionist 
Assocn, {Heir, s. Ja;*, Cecil, b. 1883) : 
FuUarton, Troon, Ayrshire ; Windham, 
Boodle's and Wellington clubs. 

Arthur, Wm. Cresswell Ernest, s, of 
late rear-adml. Wm. Arthur, of Bakeham 
Grange, Egham ; b. 1855; m. 1879, 
Ellen, dau. of J. E. Langham, of West- 
down, Eastbourne ; is J.P. (1894) Devon : 
Marwood Hill, Barnstaple, Devon. 

Arthuj, rev. Wm. Wills, M,A,Cantab,, s. 
of rev, Tnos. Freke Arthur, of Hawley, 
Barnslaple {d. 1897) ; b. 1857 ; m. 18«0, 



Florence, dail. of late Wm. Startin ; lord I late G-. Barlow, J.P., of Oldham ; m. 18*2, 
of the manor and -ect. (from 1881) of j Robt. Ascrof t, M.r. _(o.) Oldham 1895-9 


Arthur, hon. mrs. Aileen, sis, of 2 
baron Monteagle : h. 1844 ; m. 1864, 
John Raynor Arthur, late I.C.S. {d. 
1903) : Th-WellHouse,B.instead,SniTey. 

Arton, Thos. ; b. 1823; loM of the 
njanors of West Tanfield and Well : 
Mickleficld House, Rawdon, nr. Leeds ; 
Tanfield Lodge, Bedale 

Umberleigh, S.O., North | {d. 1899) : Mo ven. Kenley, Surrey. 
Ash, vide Beresford-Ash. 
Ash, col. Alfred, v.d., youngest s. of 
Tho.s. Ash, of Ashted, Birmingham ; h. 
1841 ; m. 1867, Matilda, 2 dau. of Wm. 
Clayton, of Saltley, Warwickshire ; J. P. 
Warwickshire; J. P. and aldmn. for the 
city of Birmingham ; It.-col. commdt. 
(hon. col. 1898) 2 vol. battn. R. War- 
wickshire regt. 1897-8 : The Moor 
Arton, Wm, Denby, M.A, Oxon., only j House, Fillongley, Warwickshire ; Con- 
of Thos. Arton. of Tanfield Lodge, I servative club, Birmingham and Edin- 

barr. Inner Temile 
N.R. Yorks ; Tanfield 

Yorks; h. 1864 
1889, j.P. (1904) 
Lodge, Bedale. 

Arundel, sir Arundel Tagg, K.C.S.I. 
(1904), B.A. ; b. 1843 ; m. 1875, Catherine 
H., dau. of late J. D. Sim, c.S.l., M.C.S. ; 
I.C.S. (Madras) from 1865, sec. to Madras 
govt., rev. dept. 1896, chief sec. 1897, 
memb. of council 1898-1901, of council 
of gov. gen. of India 1901-6 : E. I. 
United Service club ; Uplands, May- 
bury Hill, Woking. 

Arundel and Surrey, earl of, Ber- 
nard Marmaduke Fitzalau-Howard, eld. 
s. of duke of Norfolk, h. 1908 

Arundell, vide Hanter-Arundell. 
Arundell ofWardour.lord(14 baron, 
1605, Eng.). Edgar Clifford Arundell, 2 
but eld. survg. s. of Theodore Arundell 
(d 1868) and cousin to rev. 13 baron {d. 
1907) ; h. 1859 ; m. 1895, Ellen, widow of 
J. Melbourne Evans ; a count of the Holy 
Roman Empire (^Ueir, hro. Gerald A., 
q.v.') : Wardour Castle, Tisbury, Wilts. 

Arundell, G-erald Arthur, 3 but 2 
survg. s. of Theodore Arundell (rf. 1868), 
and bro. and heir pres. to 14 baron Arun- 
dell of Wardour; b. 1861 ; m. 1906, Ivy, 
only dau. of late capt. W . F. Segrave ; 
J.P.' (1906) Wilts : Wardour Cattle, Tis- 
bur}', Wilts. 

Arundell of Wardour. (rt. lion. )lady. 
— Anne Lucy, dau. of John En-ington, 
of High Warden, Northumberland ; vi. 
1862, 12 baron Arundell of Wardour 
{d. 1906). 

Arundell, hon. Cecily Mary, b. 1845 : 
a nun ; hon. Gertrude Mary, b. 1848, 
daus. of 11 baron Arundell. 

Ascroft, sir William, eld. s. of Robert 
Ascroft, of Preston, Lancashire (<7.1876); 
b. 1832; m. 1858, Christiana, dau. {d. 
1907) of Charles Walker, of Whitley 
Lower, Yorks ; admitted a solicitor 1855, 
J.P.Westmorland, knighted 1908 : Over- 
leigh House, Preston, Lanes ; The Wyke, 
Grasmere, Westmorland. 
Ascroft, mrs. Wilhelmina H., dau. of 


Ash, Thos. Hy., eld. s. of Joseph Ash, 
of Leamington Spa, Warwickshire; b. 
1851 ; m. 1880, Annie Jane, dau. of J. 
Guest, J. p., of Wfst Bi-omwich, Staffs ; 
J.P. (1902) Warwickshire: Richmond 
Hill roid, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Ash, Thos. Linnington, L.R.C.P.Edin., 
M.R.c.s.Eng., s. of Robt. Knott Ash, of 
Stratton, Cornwall ; b. 1837 ; J.P. Devon 
and Cornwall : Constitutional and Devon 
and Exeter clubs ; Penroses, Holsworthy, 

Ash, Wm. Hy., eld. s. of late Wm. 
Ash; b. 1843; J.P. (1903) co. Lonrion : 
51 Hamilton terr. N. W. ; 5 to 9 Broad st. 
Golden sq. W. ; Fernbank, Heathfield, 

Ashhourne, lord (1 baron, 1885, 
U.K.). Edward Gibson, p.c. Eng. (1885) 
and Irel. (1877), ll.d., s. of late W. 
Gibson, of Merrion sq. Dublin, J.P. ; 
b. 1837 ; m. 1868, Frances, dau. of Hy. 
Cope CoUes ; m.a. and ll.d. Dublin, 
Irish barr. 1860, Q.C. 1872, J.P. co. 
Meath, A.G. for Ireland 1877, lord chan- 
cellor there with a seat in the Cabi- 
net 1885-6, and July, 1886-92, and 
1895-1905, M.P. (c.) Dublin univy. 1875- 
85; raised to the peerage 1885 (^Heii\ 
s. hon. Wm. Gibson, q.v.) : 5 Grosvenor 
ores. S.W. ; Carlton, Athenajum, Kildare 
St. and University (Dublin) clubs. 

Ashbrook, 8 vise. (1751 : Ir.). Robt. 
Thos. Flower, 3 s. of 5 vise. {d. 1871) and 
bro. of 7 vise. {d. 1906) ; h. 1836 ; m. 1866, 
Gertrude S., dau.of rev. Sewell Hamilton, 
Bath; maj. (hon. It.-col. 1884) 4 battn. 
(mil.) Leinster regt. 1884-8 {Heir, s. hon 
Llowarch R. Flower, q.v.) : Castle Dur- 
row and Knockatrina House, Durrow, 
Queen's Co. 

Ashburner, capt. Lionel Forbes, 
M.v.o. 4 class (1906), u.s.o. (1900); b. 
1874; served in S. African war 1899- 
1900 and 1902 ; hon. a.d.C. to prince of 
Wales during Indian tour 1905-6, capt 
R. Fus. from 1901 and adjt. 1906-7. 


Ashburnliain, 5 eaii of (1730, ut.B.). 
Bertram Ashburnham, eld. s. of 4 earl 
{d. 1878) ; b. 1840 ; m. 1888, Emily, dau. 
{d. 1900) of late R. Chaplin ; 2nd tit. vise. 
St. Asaph ; D.L., J. P. Brecknockshire, J.P. 
Sussex and Carmarthenshire (Heir, hro. 
hon. John, q.v.) : Athenaeum and Travel- 
lers' clubs ; Ashburnham Place, Battle, 
Sussex ; Barking Hall, Needham Market, 
Suffolk ; Pembrey, Carmarthenshire. 

Ashburnham, maj.-gen. sir Cromer, 
K.C.B., 4 s. of rev. sir John Ashburnham,7 
bart. {d. 1854) ; b. 1831 ; on. 18ti4, Urith 
A., 3 dau. of late capt. Gr. B. Martin, R.N., 
C.B.,of East Bridgeford, Notts. : with 60 
rifles in Indian mutiny campaign 1857-8, 
at siege of Delhi, and in Ilohilcund ; 
Afghan war 1878-80, Boer war 1881, 
A.D.c. to Queen Victoria 1882-6, with 
expedy. force in Egypt 1882, 3 class 
Medjidie, Eastern Soudan campaign 1884; 
A.A. and Q.M.G., S.E. dist. 1884-6, ret. p. 
1886, col. commdt. King's R. Rif. C.from 

Ashburziham, hon. George, 7 s. of 4 
earl of Ashburnham ; b. 1863 : It. Suffolk 
yeom. 1883-7 : Wellington club. 

Ashburnham, hon. John, 2 s. of 4 earl 
of Ashburnham ; b. 1845 ; m. 1906, Maud 
Mary, eld. dau. of late Chas. Royals 
Dawson, of South East Wynaad, Madra- 
Pres. ; attach^at Lisbon 1867, at Madrid 
1869, second secy. Constantinople, 1872- 
9; H. M.'s actg.-agent and consul-gen, 
Sofia 1879-80 ; J.P. Sussex ; heir pres. to 
his brother : Travellers' and St. James's 

Ashburnham, capt. hon. Thomas, 5 s. 
of 4 earl of Ashburnham ; b. 1855 ; m. 
1903, Maria Elizabeth, 2 dau. of W. H. 
Anderson, of Fredericton, New Bruns- 
wick ; with expedy. force in Egypt 1882, 
5 class Medjidie ; capt. 7 huss. 1886-9, 
ret. 1889, extra A.D.c. to viceroy of Ire- 
land (earl of Carnarvon) 1885-6 and (earl 
of Aberdeen) in 1886. 

Ashburnham, lady Mary Catherine 
Charlotte, dau. of 5 earl of Ashburn- 
ham ; b. 1890. 

Ashbumham-Clement, sir Anchitel 
Piers, 9 bart. (1661), eld. s. of sir Anchitel 
Ashburnham, 8 bart. {d. 1899) ; 6. 1861 ; 
m. 1895, Elizabeth Ellen, only survg. 
child of late Gr. B. Clement, of Silverhill 
House, St. Leonards-on-Sea ; is J.P. 
Sussex, assumed by royal licence addtl. 
name of Clement 1899 {Heir, 6ro.Reginald 
Ashburnham, b. 1865): Agmerhurat, Ash- 
burnham, Battle, Sussex; Broomham, 

Ashburton, lord (5 baron, 1835, U.K.). 
Eras. Denzil Baring, eld. s. of 4 baron 

((/. 1889), by dau. of 9 baron Digby ; b. 
1866 ; TO. 1, 1889, hon. Mabel E., eld. dau. 
(d. 1904) of 4 vise. Hood, b. 1866 ; 2, 
1906, Frances, dau. of J. C. Donnelly, of 
New York ; D.L. Hants, maj. Hamjishiro 
(Carabiniers) yeo. from 1907 (Heir, s. 
hon. Alex. P. S. Baring, q.v.): Carlton, 
Turf and Cavalry clubs ; The Grange, 
Northingtou, Alresford, Hants. 

Ashburton (rt. hon.), do w. -lady. — 
Leonora C, dau. of 9 baron Digby ; b. 
1844 ; TO. 1864, 4 baron Ashburton (d. 
1889) : 16 Cadogan sq. S.W. 

Ashby, Edmund, eld. s. of A. Ashby- 
of Mitcham, Surrey ; 6.1844 ; J.P. Somer- 
set : Cleevehead, Cross, nr. Axbridge, 

Ashby, col. Geo. Ashby, c.b. (1900), 
eld. s. of Geo. Ashby Ashby, of Naseby 
Wolleys, Northants, j.p., d.l. (d. 1890) ; 
b. 1856 ; m. 1888, Mabel C, dau. of late 
It.-col. P. C. Anderson, Pi..A. (Bengal) ; 
served with Egyptian expedn. 1882, at 
battles of El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, and 
at Kassassin and Tel-el-Kebir ; Nile ex- 
pedn. 1884-5 ; and in S.African war 1899- 
1902, It.-col. Duke of Cornwall's L. I. 
1900-4, brevet-col. 1904, commdt. Dis- 
charge Depot 1904-8, col. h.p. 1908. 

Ashby, Hy. Thos., eld. s. of John 
Thos. Ashby, London ; b. 1835 ; to, 1867, 
Catherine, dau. of G. Offor, J. P., of 
Hackney, N.E. ; J.P. (1907) co. London : 
8 Bartholomew rd. N.W. 

Ashby, Joseph, J.P. (1907) Warwick- 
shire : The Orchards, Lower Tj'soe, 

Ashby, sir Jas. Wm. Murray, K.C.B., s. 
of capt. W. R. Ashby, r.n. ; b. 1822 ; m. 
Catherine, dau. of late E, R. Magenis ; 
at Bomarsund, 1854, fall of Kertch, 
Sebastopol and Kinburn, at capture of 
Peiho forts 1860 (sec. to adml. sir J. 
Hope), in 11 expedns, against rebels in N. 
China 1862 ; paymaster-in-chief, ret, 1878, 
J, p. Sussex : Little Park, Ninfield, Battle, 

Ashby, John, s. of Skidmore Ashby, 
of Staines ; b. 1849 ; m. 1870, Ellen, dau. 
of Fredk. Warner, of Melbourne, nr. 
Chelmsford ; D.L., J.P. Middlesex : The 
Close, Staines. 

Ashby, Wm., s. of Wm. Ashby, of 
Long Buckby ; b. 1844 ; m. 1869, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Robt. Ashby, of Watford, 
Northants ; is J.P. (1895) Northants : 
Park Farm, Watford, Rugby. 

Ashcombe, lord (1 baron, 1892, U.K.). 
George Cubitt, P.O. (1880), s. of Thos. 
Cubitt, of Denbies {d. 1855) ; b. 1828 ; 
7n. 1853, Laura (d. 1904), dau. of rev. J. 
Joyce, vicar of Dorking ; M.A. Cantab., 




D.L. Middlx., D.L., J. P. Surrey, M.P. (o.) 
W. Surrey 1860-85, Mid. divn. 1885-92, 
2 cburcli estates commr. 1874-9, chm. 
House of Laymen, Prov. of Canterbury, 
1895-1905, hon. col. 5 battn. R. W. 
Surrey regt. from 1894, raised to tbe 
peerage 1892 {Heir, s. bon. Henry Cubitt, 
q.v ) : 17 Prince's gate, S.W. ; Fallapit, 
S. Devon. 

Ashe, roar-adml. Edwd. Percy, m.a'.o. 
4cliss (1905), s. of late commclr. E. D. 
Asbe, E.x. ; b. 1852; It. of "Thalia" 
dui-in-^ Bsrvptiaa war 1882, rear-adml. 
ret. list 1908 : United Service club. 

Ashe, miss Tbermuthis Mary, dau. of 
rev. E,. M. Ashe, of Langley House, 
Wilts, J.P. [d. 1885) : lady of the manor 
of Langley Burrell : Langley House, near 
Chippenham, Wilts. 

Ashford, Cyrd Ernest, m.a. Cantab., 
p.of Wm. Woolljy A-shford of Rdgbaston, 
Warwickshire; 6. 1867; m. 1899, Leila, 
dau. of Alfred AUausen, of Beadnell 
Tower, Northumb ; assist, masrer at 
Clifto.i coll. 1892-4, at Harrow 1894- 
1903, headmaster of the Royal Is'aval 
coll. Osborne 1903-5, of the Royal Naval 
coll. Dircmouth, from 1905 : Royal 
Societies and Alpine clubs : Royal Naval 
College. Dartmouth. 

Ashhtirst,Wm. Henry, eld. s. of J. H. 
Ashhurst, of Waterstock, Oxon, D.L., 
J.P. {d. 1886) ; b. 1851 ; m. 1882, Cathe- 
rine Sophia, 2 dau. {d. 1890) of A. H. C. 
Brown, of Kingston Blount. Oxon, D.L., 
J.P. ; D.L., J.P. Oxon (sheriff 1891) : 
Carlton club ; Waterstock House, 
Wheatley, nr. Oxford. 

Ashley, lord, Antbonv Ashley, s. of 
earl of Shaftesbury ; h. 1900 

Ashley, hon. (Anthony) Cecil, 4 survg. 
R. of 7 earl of Shaftesbury ; b. 1849: D.L. 
Dorset : Stumble Holt, Holmwood, 

Ashley, hon. (Anthony) Lionel Geo., 
M.A. Cantab ; 2 survg. s. of 7 earl of 
Shaftesbury ; b. 1838 ; m. 1868, dau. {d. 
1875) of C. Hanbury Leigh, Pontypool 
Park, Jilonmouth ; D.L. Dorset : Audley 
mansions, Mount st. W. ; Brooks' club. 

Ashley, Geo. Randolph, s. of late rev. 
preb. G. E. Ashley, of Stretton Rectory, 
Hereford ; b. 1858 ; m. 1882, Alice Louisa, 
dau. {d. 1897) of Robt. Owen Davies, of 
Cyffty and Pencraig ; J.P. Carnarvon- 
shire, late maj. 3 vol. battn. R. Welsh 
Fus. 1897-1900 : Constitutional and Jun. 
Conservative clubs ; Llugwy Cottage, 

Ashley, Richd., s. of Martin Ashley, 
of Modbury, Devon; b. 1821 ; m. 1865, 
Mary, dau. of John Phare, of Elmfield 

House, Norchlew, Devon; j.p. (1894) 
Devon : Modbury. Devon. 

Ashley, Wilfrid Wm., eld. s. of rt. 
hon. (Anthony) Evelyn Melbourne 
Ashley, p.c, M.P., D.L., J.r. {d. 1907), 
and grands, of 7 earl of Shaftesbury ; h. 
1867 ; m.. 1901, Maud, only child of rt. 
hon. sir Ernest Cassel, p'.c, G.c.M.u., 
G.C.v.o. ; is J.P. (1904^ Hants; M.P. 
(c.) N, Lanca-ihire (Blackpool divn.) 
from 190G ; 32 Bruton st. W. ; Brooks's, 
Travell rs' and White's clubs ; The 
Grove, Stanmore, Middlesex ; Broad- 
lands, Romsey, Hants ; Cassiebaun, 
Sligo, Ireland. 

Ashley, lady Alice E., dau. of 3 earl 
of Euniskillen ; h. 1853 ; m. 1891, as his 
2 wife, rt. lion. (Anthony) Evelyn Mel- 
bourne Ashley, of Broadlands, Romsey, 
Hants, P.C., m'.p., d.l., j.p. {d. 1907) : 1:5 
Cadogau sq. S.W. 

Ashley, lady Edith Florence, dau. of 
7 earl of Shaftesbury ; h. 1847 : Audley 
mansions. Mount st.'W. 

Ashley, miss Margaret J., eld. dau. 
of capt. hon. Anthony Henry Ashley, 
M.P. {d. 1858), and granddau. of 6 earl of 
Shaftesbury \d. 1851) : Rowan House, 

Ashley, lady Mary Sibell, b. 1902; 
lady Dorothea Louise, h. 1907 ; daus. of 
9 earl of Shaftesbury. 

Ashman, Fredk. Herbert, eld. and 
only survg. s. of sir Herbert Ashman, 1 
bart. ; b. 1875 ; m. 1898, Alice Ethel, dau. 
of Wm. Ansell Todd, of Portishead, 

Ashman, sir Herbert, 1 bart. (1907), 
8. of Thos. N. Ashman, of Bristol {d. 
1890); 6. 1854; m. 187-1, Eliza, dau. of 
F. G. Lorenzen, of Bristol; j.p. Bristol 
(first lord mavor 1899-1900), knighted 
1889 ; {Heir, s. Fredk. H., q.v.): Cook's 
Folly, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. 

Ashmore, lady. — Dorothy E. A., 
youngest dau. of late rev. Chas. J. K. 
Shavv ; m. 1897, sir Alex. Murray Ash- 
more, K.C.M.G., It.-gov. and col. sec. of 
Ceylon 1904-6 (d. 1906). 

Ashplant, Wm., j.p. (1895) Devon: 
Palmer House, Gt. Torrington, Devon. 

Ashton, vide Burchardt-Ashton. 

Ashton, vide Mackenzie- Ash ton. 

Ashton, lord (1 baron 1895, U.K.). 
Jas. Williamson, s. of late J. Williamson, 
of Parkfield, Lancaster, J.P. ; b. 1842 ; 
m. 1, 1869, Margaret, eld. dau. {d. 1877) 
of J. Gatey, of Keswick ; 2, 1880, Jessy 
Henrietta, 2 dau. (d. 1904) of J. Stewart, 
Clapham, Yorks : D.L., J.P. Lancashire 
(sheriff 1885) : a manufacturer, M.P. (L.) 
N. Lancashire (Lancaster divn.) 1886-95, 



raised to the peerage 1895 {Hdr, none) : 
Alford House, Prince's gate. S.W. ; Ash- 
ton Hall and Ryelands, Lancaster. 

Ashton, Alfred, j.p. (1889) Cheshire : 
"White Lodge, Sandiway, Northwich. 

Ashton, Arthur J., K.c, eld. s. 
of Walter Ashton, of Warrington, 
Lanes ; b. 1855 ; m. 1890, Emma, dau. of 
dr. Tlios. Burnie, of Nottingham ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1881, K.C. 1906: 4 Lad- 
hroke sq. W. ; 2 Mitre Court bldgs. 
Temple,E.C. ; Reform and Garrick clubs. 

Ashton, Charles, m.a. Oxon, late 12 
lancers ; eld. s. of S. Ashton, of Prest- 
wich, Lanes. J.P. {d. 1867) ; b. 1838 ; m. 1, 
eld. dau. of N. E. Hurst, Higham G-range, 
Leicestershire ; 2, Josephine, 2 dau. of 
K. Henty, Nazing Park, Essex : j.p. 
Leicestershire and Herts : Redlands, 
Branksome, Bournemouth. 

Ashton, Henry D.; eld. s. of W. T. 
Ashton, of Darwen, Lanes. ; 6. 1861 ; vi. 
188G, Louisa, dau. of E. C. Deakin, of 
Belmont, Lanes.; J.P. (1905) Lancashire : 
Ellerslie, Darwen. 

Ashton, Jo^n, s. of Geo. Ashton, of 
Lubenham, Leicestershire ; b. 1833 ; m. 
1856, Mary Ann, dau. {d. 1899) of W. H. 
Upsall,of London ; is J.P.(1 894) Leicester- 
shire : Lubenham. Market Harborough. 

Ashton, Kalph Shorrock, B.A.; J.P. 
(1855) Lancashire : 19 Belmont park, 
Lee. S.E. 

Ashton, Robert How, s. of Robt. 
How Ashton, of Castleton ; b. 1>^37 ; m. 
1866, Thomasine, dau. of late Jsph. Hall, 
of Castleton; J. P., c.A, Derbyshire: 
Losehill Hall, Castleton, via Sheffield. 

Ashton, Thos. Gair, eld. s. of T. Ash- 
ton, of Ford Bank, Lanes. D.L., J.P. {d. 
1898) ; h. 1855; m. 1886, Eva M., dau. of 
John Hy. James, of Kingswood, Watford, 
Herts. ; j.p. Lancashire, Cheshire and 
Sussex ; M.p. (l.) Cheshire (Hyde divn.), 
1885-6, S. Beds, from 1895 : 39 Princes 
gdns. S.W. ; Brooks's, New University 
and Reform clubs ; Hyde, Cheshire ; 
Vinehall, Robertsbridge, Sussex. 

Ashton, Wni., j.p. (1906) Mont- 
gomeryshire : Short Bridge st. Llanid- 
loes S.O. Mont. 

Ashton, mrs., lady of the manor of 
Kingthorp : Kingthorp Hall, Pickering. 

Ashtown, lord (3 baron, 1800, ir. Rep. 
peer), Frederick Oliv^ Trench, grands, 
of 2 baron {d. 1880) ; b. 1868 ; m. 1894, 
Violet, youngest dau. of col. R. A. G. 
Cosby, of Stradbally Hall, Queen's co. : 
D.L., J.p. CO. Galway {Heir, s. hon 
Frederick S. Trench, q.v.) : Woodlawn 
CO. Galway. 

AshT'in, James, eld s. of Wm. Hy 

Ashwin, of Bretforton. Worcs. I).L., J.p. 
{d. 1892) ; b. 1860 ; m. 1 890. Clara, dau. of 
late Geo. Watson, of Donisthorpe House, 
Yorks, J.P.; is J.P. Gloucestershire and 
Worcestershire : Bretforton Manor, 
Honeyhourne S.O., Worcestershire. 

Ashworth, Alfred, 6 s. of Edmund 
Ashworth, of Egerton Hall, Bolton-le- 
Moors, J.P. {d. 1881) ; b. 1843 ; m. 1881, 
Edith Alice, eld. dau. (d. 1904) of Fredk. 
BoAver, of West Dean Park, Chichester ; 
J.p. Cheshire and Denbighshire : Conser- 
vative club ; Horsley Hall, Gresford. 

Ashworth, Edw. Lewis ; b. 1835 ; J.P. 
Denbighshire : Boothfield House, Over 
Knutsford, Cheshire ; 100 Mosley st. 

Ashworth, Fredc., s. of late Thos. 
Anhwovth, of Todmorden Hall, Lanes. ; 
b. 1852 ; m. 1883, Sarah, dau. of Peter 
Ormerod, of Pax House. Todmorden, 
Lanes. : J.p. (1906) W.R. Yorks : Arden 
Croft. Ilk ley in Wharf edale. 

Ashworth, Fras., 2 s. of Edwd. Ash- 
worth, of Manchester; b. 1840 ; w. 1872 
(widower); J.P. (1902), Cheshire, J.P. 
(ex-off.) 1898-1901 : The Mount, Legh 
rd. Knutsford. 

Ashworth, John, s. of Richard Ash- 
worth, of Bank st. Rawtenstall, Lanes ; 
6.1841 ; 7n.l865,Alice Ann,dau. of Richd. 
Rostron, of Stack Steads, Lancashire ; is 
(1896) J.P, Lancashire : Mill Field House, 
Thorn Hill, Rawtenstall, Lanes. 

Ashworth, Richd., s. of Geo. Ash- 
worth, of Ashlands, Lanes.; h. 1848 ; m. 
1877, Jane, dau. of Robt Worswick, of 
Greeribank, Rawtenstall, Lanes. ; J.P. 
(1904) Lancashire : Ashlands, New- 
churcb, nr. Manchester. 

Ashworth, Taylor, s. of late George 
Ashworth, of Boche House, Rochdale, 
J.p. ; b. 1839 ; J.P. Staffs. : Sunny Bank 
House, Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. 

Askew, David Hugh Watson, B.A. 
Oxon., 2 but eld. survg. s. of Watson 
Askew- Robertson, of Pallinsburn, North- 
umb.,D.L., J.P. {d. 1906), by hon. Sarah, 
eld. dau. and co-heir of David Robert- 
son, 1 and last baron Marjoribanks, of 
Ladykirk ; b. 1863 ; barr. Inner Temple 
1888, J.P. Berwickshire and (1907) North- 
umberland : 43 St. James' pi. S.W. : 2 
King's Bench walk. Temple, E.G. ; 
Castle Hills, Berwick-on-Tweed. 

Askew, Thos. Hordon, J.P. (^908) 
Northumberland : 1 Park parade, Whit- 
ley Bay S.O. Northumb. 

Askew, Tom, sen., j.p. (1906) Isle of 
Ely : Thorney Dyke, Thorney, Peter- 

I Askew, misses, daus. of late Hy. Wm. 



Askew, of Bill-wood Park, Surrey, J. P. 
{d. 1890), by Lucy, 3 dau. of late rt. 
rev, the hon. Hugh. Percy ,bp. of Carlisle, 
and niece of 5 duke of Northumberland : 
Burwood Park, Walton - on - Thames, 

Askew-Robertson, hon. mrs. Sarah, 
eld. dau. of 1 and last baron Marjori- 
banks ; b. 1837 ; m. 185G, Watson 
Askew, who assumed by royal licence 
in 1890 addtl. name of Kobertson in 
accordance with the will of late Wm. 
Robertson, of Ladykirk, on his wife suc- 
ceeding to the Ladykirk estates, and 
(I in 1906 : Ladykirk, Berwickshire; 
Pallinsburn, Cornhill-on-Tweed S.O., 

Askwith, Geo. Ranken, K.c, eld. 
survg. s. of late gei\. W. H. Askwith, 
col. commdt. R.A.; h. 18G1 ; barr. Inner 
Temple 188<;, K.c. 1908, counsel to H.M. 
commrs. of works, asst. sec. to Board 
of Trade (railway dept. ) from 1907 : 
12 Hans cres. S.W. : 2 Pump court, 
Temple, E.G. ; office. Board of Trade, 7 
Whitehall gdns. S,W.; Athenaeum and 
United University clubs; The How, St. 
Ives, Hunts. 

Askwith, ven. Wm. Hy., m.a. 
Cantab., only s. of late Robt. Askwith, 
of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire ; b. 1843 ; 
m. 1870, Elizabeth, dau. of Hudleston 
Stokes, B.I.C.S., late ot Bath, Somerset ; 
inc. of Ch. Ch. Derl.v 1876-87, preb. of 
Wells 1891-1903, ii.D.'of Taunton 1889- 
1903, archdn. of Taunton from 1903, 
vicar from 1887 of St. Mary Magdalen, 

Aspinall, Butler, k.c, b.a. 2 s. of 
late Butler Cole Aspinall, barr. and late 
A.G. of Melbourne, Victoria ; b. 1867 ; 
barr. Middle Temple 1884, bencher 1901, 
Q.c. 1899 : 107 Harley st. W. ; 2 Paper 
bldgs. Temple, E.G. ; Brooks's and Re- 
form clubs. 

Aspinall, rev. Geo. Edwd., m.a. oxon, 
s. of Edwd. Aspinall, of Hall Ings, 
Yorkshire ; b. 1842 ; m. 1882, Caroline, 
dau. {d. 1907) of John Holden, of Turton, 
Lanes ; J.P. W. R. Yorks : Jun. Consti- 
tutional club ; Hall Ings, Southowram, 

Aspinall, John Ralph, eld. s. of 
Ralph John Aspinall, of Standen Hall, 
Lanes., D.L., J.P. ; b. 1878 ; m. 1901, 
Augusta, 3 dau. of col. G. B. H. Marton, 
of Capernwray, Lanes. ; J.P. (1905) Lan- 
cashire : Barraclough House, Clitheroe. 

Aspinall, Ralph John, s. of J. T. W. 
Aspinall, of Standen Hall, m.p. (d. 1866) ; 
0. 1847 ; m. 1876, Mabel, 2 dau. of lateR. 
Lloyd Jones-Parry, Tregayan, Anglesey; 

is J. P., D.L. Lancashire (sheriff 1880), J.P. 
W. R. Yorks, It.-col. and hon. col. 3 
battn. (mil.) R. Lancaster regt. 1895-8 : 
Carlton and Wellington clubs ; Standen 
Hall, Clitheroe. 

Aspland, Arthur Brook, J.P. (1900) 

Aspland, Arthur Palmer, s. of rev. 
R. B. Aspland, of D ukin field ; b. 1837; 
m. 1862, Sarah, dau. of E. Hibbert, of 
Godley; is J.P. Cheshire: Reform club ; 
Werneth Lodge. Gee Gross, Hyde, 
Cheshire ; Beaufell, Windermere. 

Asqnith, rt. hon. Herbert Henry, 
P.O. (1S92), K.c, D.CL. Oxon., ll.d. 
Edin.. 2 s. of late J. D. Asquith, of 
Croft House, Morley, Yorks ; b. 1852 ; 
in. 1, 1877, Helen, eld. dau. (d. 1891) of 
F. Melland, Manchester ; 2, 1894, Emma 
Alice Margaret, 6 dau. of sir Chas. Ten- 
nant, 1 bart.; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1876,Q.C 
1890, hon. fell. Balliol coll. Ox. from 
1908, lord rect. of Glasgow univ. 1907-8, 
of Aberdeen univ. 1908, M.P. (L.) E. 
Fifeshire from 1886, sec. of state home 
dept. 1892-5, an ecclesiastical commr. 
1892-5, cbanc. of the Exfthequer 1905-8, 
prime miu. and first lord of the Treasury 
from 1908 : lODowningst. S.W. ; 1 Pa per 
bldgs. Temple, E.G. ; Athenseum club. 

Asser. Samuel Bayly Verney, J.P. 
Surrey : Windlesham, Surrey. 

Assheton, Ralph Cockayne, eld. s. of 
Ralph Assheton, of Downham Hall, 
Lanes, M.p.,D.L.. J.P. {d.l907);b. 1860 ; m. 
1898. Mildred E. S., 2 dau. of John Hy. 
Master, of Petersham. Surrey. J.P. ; is J.r. 
and o.A. Lanes, J.P. W. R. Yorks : Carl- 
ton club ; Downham Hall, Clitheroe. 

Assh.eton-Sm.ith, Chas. Garden, 2 s. 
of capt. R. G. Duff, of Wellington 
Lodge, L of W., d.l., j.p. {d. 1890); b. 
1851 ; m. 1876, hon. Maud F., dau. {d. 
1893) of 2 baron Vivian ; m. 1903, Sybil 
Mary, dau. of late It.-col. Verschoyle ; 
assumed by royal licence name of 
Assheton-Smith in lieu of Duff 1905, 
D.L., J.P. Anglese3' and Carnarvonshire 
(sheriff 1908) : Vaynol Park, nr. Bangor. 

Astbury, John Meir, K.c, M.A.. B.C.L. 
Oxon., eld. s. of Fredk. Jas. Astbury, of 
HiltonPark, Prestwich, Lanes, (d. 1901) ; 
b. 1860 ; m. 1888, Evelyn, eld. dau. of 
late Paul Susmann, of Manchester ; barr. 
Middle Temple 1884, bencher 1903, g.c 
1896, M P. (l.) S.W. Lancashire (South- 
port divn.) from 1906 : 16 Grenville pi. 
S.W. ; 5 New court, Carey st. Lincoln's 
inn, W.C. ; Reform, National Liberal 
and Automobile clubs. 

Astbury, Joeeph, 2 s. of Thos. Ast- 
bury, of Nonhop, Flints ; b. 1841 ; vi. 


1868, Sarah Jane, youngest dau. of Thos. 
Burton, of Grantham, Lines. ; J.p. (1907) 
Flints : Galchog, Northop S.O., Mints. 

Astell, John Hy, St. Quintin, 2 s. 
of John Harvey Astell, of "Woodbury 
Hall, CO. Cambridge, M.P., U.L., j.p. {d. 
1887) ; b. 1863 ; J.P. (1898) Cambridge- 
shire and Bedfordshire : Wellington 

Astell, capt. Somerset Chas. Godfrey 
Fairfax, D.s.o. (1900), only s, of maj.-gen. 
Chas. Edwd. Astell, of West Lodge, 
Dorset, J.P. {d. 1901) ; h. 186G ; m. 1903, 
Frederica Beatrice, only child of Jas. 
Frederick Koberts, H.B.M.'s consul-gen. 
at Barcelona ; J.P, (1898) Dorset, served 
in Dongola expedn. 189(5, S. African war 
1900-02, J.P. Transvaal, capt. 1 battn, 
N. Staffs regt. 1895-1903, ret. p. 1903: 
West Lodge, Piddlehinton, Dorchester, 

Astle, Marcus Jas., eld. s. of Marcus 
Astle, late of Wilue, Derbyshire ; b. 
1864 ; m. 1891, Florence M., dau. of W. 
F. Wallett, of Beeston, Notts ; J.p. (1903) 
Derbyshire : Attewell House, Draycott, 
nr. Derby. 

Astley, hon. Charles Melton, 3 s. of 
20 baron Hastings ; b. 1885 ; 2 It. North- 
umberland (Huss.) yeo, from 1907, 

Astley, Delaval Graham L'Estrange, 
eld, s. of capt, Fredc. Bernard Astley, 
of Burgh Hall, Norfolk {d. 1876) ; h. 
1868 J J.p. (1904) Norfolk, late It. Welsh 
regt.; late maj. N, Somerset LY.: Plum- 
stead Hal], Norwich. 

Astley, Edward Ferrand, m.d., s. of 
rev. J. W. Astley, rect. of Quenington, 
Glo'stershire ; h. 18— ; J.p. Kent : 29 
Marine parade, Dover. 

Astley, hon. Henry Jacob, 3 s. of 18 
baron Hastings ; b. 1867 ; 7n. 1891, Sybil, 
2 dau. of late Chas. Geo. Fountaine ; It. 
Norfolk artill. (mil.) E. divn. r,a, in 1892, 
2 It. Suffolk yeom, 1894-5, 

Astley, Hubert Delaval, M.A. Ch. 
Ch. Oxon., 2 s. of lt,-col, F. L'Estrange 
Astley {d. 1866), by 5 dau. of sir 
R. Frankland-Russell, bart. ; b. 1860 ; 
m. 1895, Edith Constance, dau. of sir 
Vincent R. Corbet, 3 bart., and widow 
of sir Richard F. Sutton, 5 bart, ; for- 
merly in orders in Ch. of England and 
rect.of Ellesborough, Bucks, 189G-9: Ben- 
ham-Valonce, Newbury, Berks ; Villa 
dei Cipressi, Varenna, Lake Como. 

Astley, Hugh Francis Lethbridge, 
2 s. of sir F. D. Astley, 2 bart ; h. 1831 ; 
m, 1853, Augusta, dau. of late J. Cock- 
burn ; is J.p, Wilts ; capt. (hon. maj. 1886) 
R. Wilts yeom. 1882-6 : Arthur's club. 
Astley, hon. Jacob John, 2 s. of 20 


baron Hastings ; b. 1884 ; 2 It. 16 
lancers 1903-6. 

Astley, hon, Alexandra Rhoda, b. 
1886 ; hon. Hester, b. 1899 ; daus. of 20 
baron Hastings. 

Astley, hon. Helen Elizabeth Dela- 
val, dau. of 21 baron Hastings ; h. 1907. 

Astley-Corbett, sir Fras. Edmund 
Geo., 4 bart. (1821), eld, s. of sir John 
D. Astley, 3 bart (d. 1894), by only 
dau.((^?.1897)and heir of late Thos. George 
Corbett, of Elsham Hall, Lincolnshire; h. 
1859 : OT. 1882, lady Augusta Gertrude, 
only dau. of 3 earl of Yarborough ; b. 
1861; late It.* Scots gds., D.L., J.P. Lin- 
colnshire ; assumed by royal licence ad- 
ditional name of Corbett, 1889 {Heir, s. 
John D. P. h. 1883): 45 Cadogan gdns. 
S.W. ; Guards' club , Elsham Hall, 
Elsham S,0. Lincolnshire. 

Aston, archdn. of (Birmingham), vide 
ven, Chas. M. Owen. 

Aston, Alfred Withall, s. of Benjn. 
Richd. Aston, barr.-at-law, of the Eccle- 
siastical commn.; b. 1852; m. 1879, 
Frances Amy, dau. of R. G. Hennell ; 
J.p. (1906) Surrey : Woodcote Grove, 
Woodcote, Epsom, 

Aston, brig.-geu.Geo.Grey,C.B.(1902), 
R.M.A,, s. of late It. -col, Hy. Aston, Ind. 
array ; b. 1861 ; served with expdn. to 
Soudan 1884, S. African war 1899-1900, 
maj. R.M.A, 1898. brevet col. 1905, 
It.-col. 1908, D. A. A. G. staff coll. 1904-7, 
brig,-geu, gon, staff H.Q., S. Africa, 
from 1908 : Naval and Military club. 

Aston, Hy. Faure, eld. s. of late 
It.-col. Hy. Aston, Bombay army ; b. 1846; 
m. 1873, Augusta C. A., dau. of coL Hy. 
Creed,Bombay Horse artill., of Bucknalls, 
Herts, by 2 wife, Cecilia A., eld. dau. of 
marq. de Bourbel ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 
1884, entd. I.C.S. 1869, addtl. memb. 
legisl. council of govt, of Bombay 1899, 
judge of high court at Bombay 1903-6, 
ret. 1906. 

Aston, Theodore, K.c, m,a. Cantab., 
eld. s. of T. Aston; b. 1827; m. 1865, 
Lucy, dau. of late R. Ashton, of Broome 
Cross, Sheffield; barr. Lincoln's Inn 
1853, a master of the bench of Lincoln's 
Inn, Q.c. 1872: Athenaeum club; 
Sondes Place, Dorking, Surrey. 

Aston, Wm. Geo., c.m.g. (1889), m.a. 
and D.Lit. Queen's Univ. Irel., s, of late 
G. R. Aston, of Belfast ; b. 1841 ; m. 1871, 
Janet (J.), dau. of late Robt, Smith, of 
Belfast ; Japanese sec. to H.M.'s legation 
in Japan 1886-9 : The Bluff, Beer, E. 

Astor, Waldorf, eld. s. of Wm. Wal- 
dorf Astor, of Hever Castle, Kent ; b. 



1879 ; m. 1906, Nancy Witcher, diu. of 
Chiswell DaV)ney Langhorne, of Mirador, 
Grreeawood, Virginia, U.S.A. and widow 
of Robt. Gould Shaw : Bachelors' and 
Marlborough clubs ; Cliveden, Taplow, 

Astor, Wm. Waldorf, only child of 
John Jacob Astor, of New York, U.S.A. 
{d. 1890) ; b. 1848 ; m. 1878, Mary Dahl- 
gren, dau. (d. 1894)of late Jas. W. Paul, 
of Philadelphia, U.S. A.: 18 Carlton House 
terr, S.W. ; Carlton and Marlborough 
clubs ; H»iver Castle, Edenbridge, Kent. 
Atchison(councillor), John D., Preston 
House, Sidley. Bexhill-on-^ea, Sussex. 
(Telegrams, Sidley, Bexhill, Sussex.) 
Athabasca, bp. of (vacant). 
Atherden, Thos. Henry, j.p. (1899) 
Salop and (18 — ) Ludlow : 27 Broad at. 
Ludlow ; Peaton Hall, Delbury, Salop. 
Atherley, Arthur Harry Ho v/ard, only 
child of col. Francis Hv. Atherley, of 
Landguard Manor, I. of W., j.p. {d. 1897), 
by Lady Isabel Julia Elizabeth, 
eld. dau. of 17 earl of Suffolk and 
Berkshire; b. 1865; m. 1902, Eleanor 
Gertrude, 2 da\i. of Jas. Forbes Lumsden, 
of Johnstone House, Aberdeen ; d.l. 
J.p. Hants: Bachelors', Travellers', 
Brooks's and Pratt's clubs ; Landguard 
Manor, nr. Shanklin, I. of W. 

Atherley, lady Isabel Julia Eliza- 
beth, eld. dau. of 17 earl of Suffolk 
and Berkshire ; b. 1831 ; m. 1863, col. 
Fras. Hy. Atherley, v.D., of Landguard 
Manor, j.p. (d. 1897) : Landguard Manor, 
nr. Shanklin, I. of W. 

Atherley- Jones, Llewellyn Archei, 
K.c, B.A. Oxon, 3 8. of late Ernest Jones^ 
chartist, poet and barr.-at-law, by Jane, 
dau. of E. Gibson Atherley, of Barfield 
Cumberland; b. 1851; m. 1880, dau. of 
late T. Lambert, of Durham ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1875, bencher 1907, q.c. 1896, 
rec. of Newcastle-on-Tyne from 1906, 
M.p. (l.) CO. Durham (North- Western 
divn.) from 1886 : 26 Pembroke rd. Ken- 
sington, W. ; 4 Paper bldgs. Temple, 
E.G. ; Devonshire and Savage clubs ; 
Kimberscote, Bray, Berks. 

Atherton, Hy. Holder, e\<^. s. of 
Chas. Bernard Atherton [d. 1904), by 
dau. of late John Holder, of Taynton 
Hou^e, Gloucestershire ; b. 1865 : Tayn- 
ton House, Taynton, Gloucester. 

Atherton, col. Thos. Jas., c.b. 
(1900), s. of late sir William Atherton, 
M.p. ; b. 1856 : m. 1892, Mabel L., dau. 
of late sir Edwd. J. Dean Paul, 3 bt. ; 
served in S. African war 1899-1902; It.- 
col. (brevet col. 1904) 12 lancers 1900-4, 

ret. p. 1904 : Naval and Military club ; 
Bridge House, Gookham, Berks. 

Atherton- Jephson-Norreys, mrs. 
Katherine Louisa, eld. dau. of sir Chas. 
D. 0. Jephson-Norreys, 1 and last bart. 
of Mallow Castle, co. Cork, M.p. {d. 
1888) ; m. 1896, Thos. Atherton {d. 
1901) : The Castle, Mallow, co. Coik. 

Athill, Charles Harold, F.S.A., 4 s. of 
late Geo. Athill ; m. Katherine Mildred, 
youngest dau. of late ven.BenjaminFredk. 
Smith, archd of Maidstone and canon 
of Canterbury cathedral ; apptd. h.m. 
Richmond Herald 1889, was Blue mantle 
Pursuivant of Arms 1882-9 ; College of 
Arm-s E.G. ; Eltham, Kent. 

Athlumney, lord (2 baron, 1863, ir.). 
sir Jas. Herbert Gustavus Meredyth 
Somerville. 6 bt. (1748), only survg. s. of 
1 baron (d. 1873) ; b. 1865 ; sits as baron 
Meredyth (1866, U.K.) ; J.P. co. Meath ; 4 
class Mediidieh, It. 1 battn. coldst. gds. 
1886-97, served with Dongola expedn. 
1896, 4 class OsmanieJti ; S. African war 
1900, capt. (hon. maj. 1897) Kent r.g.a. 
(mil.) 1897-1902, A.D.c. to lord lieut. of 
Ireland (earl Cadogan) 1895-1902 (/fe/r 
to barony none) : 3 Charles st. Berkeley 
sq. W. ; Guards', White's, Turf, and 
Kildare St. (Dublin) clubs; Somerville, 
Balrath, Meath. 

Atholl, 7 duke of (1703, sco.). John 
James Hugh Henry Stewart-Murray, 
K.T., only s. of 6 duke, K.T, {d. 1864) ; 
b. 1840; m. 1863, Louisa, eld. dau. {d. 
1902) of sir Thomas Moncreiffe, 7 bt. ; 
sits as earl Strange( 1786, Gt. B.); 2nd tit. 
marq. of Tidlibardine : heredi. sheriff of 
Perthshire, late It. and capt. Scots gds. ; 
hon, col. 3 battn. (mil.) Black Watch 
1903-8, unatt. list special res. 1908, pres. 
CO.. Perth Territrl. Force Assoc, from 
1908; lord lieut. Perthshire from 1878 
(Heir, s. marq. of Tullibardine, q-v.") : 84 
Eaton pi. S.W.; Carlton, Guards', Marl- 
borough, and Bachelors' clubs ; Blair 
Castle, Blair Atholl, and Dunkeld, Perth- 

Athorpe, rev. Geo. Middleton, m.a. 
Cantab, eld.survg.s. of J.Carver Athorpe, 
of Dinnington Hall, Yorks, D.L., J.p. (d. 
1880); 6.1835; j atron of Dinnington, 
Yorks : Morthen Hall, near Rotherham ; 
Thorpe Hall, Howden. 

Athy, Edmoud Joseph Philip Lynch, 
only 8. of Randle Edmond Lynch Athy, 
of Renville, co. Galway {d. 1875) ; 6. 
1859 ; m. 1881, Annette M., dau. of Riclid. 
Gradwell, of Dowth Hall, co. Meath; 
late capt. Galway artill., J.P. co. Galway 
(sherilE 1904) ; Renville, Oranmore, c o. 


Atkin, Jas. Richd., K.c, barr. Gray's 
Inn. 1891, bencher 1900, K.o. 1906: IG 
Southwell gdns. Kensington, S.W. ; 1 
Hare court, Temple, E.G. 

Atkin-Roberts, maj. John Roberts, 
2 s. of J. Drew Atkin, of Merrion sq. 
Dublin, by dau. of sir Thos. Roberts, 
bart. of Britfieldstown, co. Cork, 
and Glassenbury, Kent, and sis. of 
It.-col. Thos. Walton Roberts, of Glas- 
senbury, Kent, J. p. {d. 1882) : b. 1843 ; 
m. 1875, Marianne Gertrude, dau. of 
Douglas Fox, of Derby ; assumed by 
royal licence additional surname of 
Roberts 1883, maj. late Leinster regt., 
J. p. Kent : Jun. United Service club ; 
Glassenbury Park, Cranbrook, Kent. 
Atkins, vide Burnaby- Atkins. 
Atkins, vide Martin- Atkins. 
Atkins, Ernest Olive, eld. s. of late 
Arthur Atkins, of Hinckley, Leicester- 
shire ; h. 1870 ; m. 1900, Agnes, dau. of 
late rev. Benjn. Pidcock, of Easton, 
Hants ; J. p. (1906) Leicestershire : The 
Vinery, Hinckley. 

Atkins, Hugh, s. of Geo. Atkins, of 
Hinckley, Leicestershire ; b. 1838; J, P. 
(1894) Leicestershiie : Thorney Crofts, 
Hinckley, Leicestershire. 
Atkinson, vide Farmer-Atkinson. 
Atkinson,lord (baron 1905, life peer), 
John Atkinson, p.c. (Eng. and irel.), eld. 
s. of Edwd. Atkinson, M.D., j.p., of 
Glenwilliam Castle, co. Limerick and 
Skea House, Enn^skillen {d. 1876) ; h. 
1841 ; m. 1873, Rowena, dau, of Richd. 
Chute, M.D., of Tralee; Irish barr. 1865, 
Q.C. 1880 ; bencher of King's Inn 1885 ; 
barr. Inner Ttmple 1890, bencher 1906 ; 
S.G. for Ireland, 1889-92, A.G. in 1892 and 
1895-1905, M.p. (c.) N. Londonderry 
1895-1905, a lord t>f appeal in ordinary 
from 1905: 39 Hyde Park gate, S.W. ; 
68 Fitzwilliam sq. north, Dublin ; St. 
Stephen's club. 

Atkinson, hon. Cecil Thos., b.a. Trin, 
coll. Dub., 2 and eld. sarvg. s. of Lord 
Atkinson, a lord of appeal in ordy. ; b. 
1876 ; Irish barr. 1901. 

Atkinson, Chas. Edwd., m. 1906, 
Beatrice, dau. of Walter Symington, of 
Croahill, Lanarkshire and Villa Inge, 
Nice, France ; j.p. (1905) Kent: Algoa 
Lodge, Beckenham ; 1 Chats worth gdns. 

Atkinson, Chas. Milner, m.a., ll.m. 
Cantab, eld. s. of Jas. Geo. Atkinson, 
M.D., of The Grange, Rotherham, Yorks ; 
b. 1854; barr. Inner Temple 1878, j.p. 
(1902) W. R. Yorks, stipndy. magist. 
for Leeds from 1894 : Town Hall, Leeds. 
Atkinson,rev.Edwd.,D.D. CanLab.,fell. 


of Clare coll. 1842-56, s. of late Edwd. 
Atkinson, of Leeds ; b. 1819 ; m. 1856, 
Frances, dau. {d. 1908) of late rev. R. 
Carter-Smith, of Old Charlton, Kent : 
master of Clare coll. Camb. from 1856 : 
Master's Lodge, Clare College, Cam- 

Atkinson, Edwd. Tindal, K.c, 4 s. of 
Hy. Tindal Atkinson, s.L., county court 
judge 1870-88 {d. 1890) ; 6. 1847 ; barr. 
Middle Temple 1870, bencher 1892, Q.o. 
1886 ; 8.Q. of CO. palatine of Durham 1887- 
1901 and A.G. from 1901, rec. of Leeds 
from 1896: 2 Tanfield court. Temple, 
E.G. ; Gordon House, Sunningdale, 

Atkinson, brig. -gen. Fras. Garnett, 
C.B.(1908) ; h. 1857 ; served with Egyptian 
expdu. 1882, N.W. Frontier of In<lia 
1897-8, brig.-commdr. (temp, rank of 
brig. -gen.) ti^outhern army, India, from 
1906 : Bangalore, India. 

Atkinson, Frank Buddie, J.p. (1892) 
Northumberland : Gallowhill Hall, 
Bolam, Noithumb. 

Atkinson, hon. Hector John, 3 s. of 
lord Atkinson, a lord of appeal in ordy. ; 
b. 1879 ; served in S. African war 1899- 
1902, It. R. Irish Fus. from 1901. 

Atkinson, (his honor, Judge) Hy.Tin- 
dal, eld. s. of Hy. Tindal Atkinson, s.L.. 
county court judge 1870-88 {d. 1890) ; b. 
18— ; m. 1873, Marion A., eld. dau. of E. 
B. Hale Lewin, of Holly Hill, Wanstead 
Essex; barr. Middle Temple 1865,bencher 
1896, J.p. Herts, judge of county courts 
(circuit No. 38) Essex from 1901: 3 
Clanricarde gdns. W. ; 3 Dr. Johnson's 
bldga. Templi>, E.C. ; Reform club. 

Atkinson, hon. Hubert Rowan, 4 s. 
of lord Atkinfon, a lord of appeal in 
ordy. ; b. 1882 : m. 1907, Mabel Goralie, 
dau. of Lite Geo. Gerald Tyrrell, of 
Dover ; It. Conn. Rang, from 1904. 

Atkinson, James, s. of John Atkinson, 
of Hyde; 6. 1838; m. 1869, Lucy M., 
dau. of John Hill, of Wistaston Manor, 
Cheshire ; is J.P. Cheshire (and o.c.) and 
Crewe : Mirion House, Crewe. 

Atkinson, rev. canon James Augustus, 
M.A. Oxon., s. of Jas. Atkinson. Bengal 
Med. Service ; 6. 1831 ; vi. 1855, hon. 
Charlotte A., dau. of 6 vise. Chetwynd ; 
6.1831; hon. canon of Manchester from 
1884, u.D.and rector of Longsight, Man- 
chester, 1861-87, vicar (and r.d.) of 
Bolton - le - Moors 1887-96, of Gedney, 
Lines. 1896-1900, of St. Michael's, 
Coventry 1900-7 : Springfield, High st. 
Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester. 

Atkinson, John, j.p. (1907) North- 
i.mberland : Newbiggin, Hexham. 



Atkinson, John Anthony, J. p. (1907) 
Westmoreland : The Villa, Crosby Gar- 
rett, nr. Kirkby Stephen. 

Atkinson, John Nathaniel, c.s.i. 
(1908),Ind. C.S. 1878, chm. harbour trust 
board, Madras, 1897, addtl. merab. legisl. 
council 1901, 1903 and 1906, memb. board 
of rev. 1903, commr. of rev. settlement 
and dir. of land records and agric. 1904, 
commr. of land rev. 1905, sec. to govt, 
(rev. dept.) 1906 : Madras. 

Atkinson, maj.-gen. John llichd, 
Breeks, served in Afghan war 1878-80, 
niaj.-gen. 1894 Bengal inf., ret. 1895, 

Atkinson, Stanley Bean, p. of llev. 
J. W. Atkinson, of South Hackney, co. 
London; b. 1872; J. P. (1900) co. Lon- 
don, memb. Central Midwives Board : 
4 Ewiug St. Bow, E. ; New Beformclub. 

Atkinson, col. Stephen Edward ; h. 
1841 ; col. ret. (1891) M.S.C.. J.P. 
Gloucestershire : 67 Gordon mansions, 
Gordon sq. W.C. 

Atkinson, maj. Thos. Hy. Hollis 
Bradford-, eld. s. of It.-coL Ralph (Brad- 
ford) Atkinson, of Angerton, Northumb 
J.P. {d. 1888) ; b. 1860 ; J.P. Northum- 
berland, maj. 1 battn. gren. gds. 1897-9 : 
3 Park pi. St. James', S.W. ; Guards' 
and Turf clubs. 

Atkinson, Thos. Eichd. Durbin, 
s. of Edwd. Atkinson, M.D., J. P., of Glen- 
william Castle, co. Limerick {d. 1876); 
b. 1863 ; m. 1884, Sophie M., dau. of capt. 
Wilkinson, 30 regt., of St. Oswald's, co. 
Limerick; d.l. j.p. co. Limerick (sheriff 
1888) : Kildare Street club, Dublin ; 
Glen William Caatle, Ballinganj'', co. 
Limerick ; Skea House, Enniskillen. 

Atkinson, VVm., eld. s. of Wm. Atkin- 
son, of Gaisgill, Westmoreland ; b. 1856 ; 
J.P. (1901) Westmoreland : Gaisgill, 
Tebay S.O. Westmoreland. 

Atkinson, Wm., s. of late Wm. 
Atkinson, of Sherburn, co. Durham ; b. 
1857; m. 1877, Sarah, dau. of Ralph 
Penrose, of Jlilderthorpe House, E. 
Yorks; j.p. (1907) W. R. Yorks : 
Constitutional club ; Birklands, Hands- 
worth, Yorks. 

Atkinson, Wm. Johnson, J.P. (1901) 
E.R. Yorks : Poplar House, Newland, 

Atkinson-Clark, Geo. Dixon, b.a. 
Oxon, eld. s. of rev. Wm. Atkinson- 
Clark, of BelfordHall {d. 1880) ; b. 1836; 
m. 1874, Mary C, youngest dau. of hon. 
Hy. Coventry ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1860, 
J. p., D.L. Northumberland (sheriff 1883): 
Carlton and Marlborough clubs ; Belf ord 
Hall, Northumberland ; Port-an-Eilean 
and Bohally, Pitlochry, N.B. 

Atkinson- Clark, Hy. Geo., 2 8. of 
Geo. Dixon Atkinson -Clark, of Belf ord 
Hall, Northumberland, D.L., J.P. ; b. 
1877 ; m. 1904, Rachel Cicely, 4 dau. of 
sir Thomas Charlton Meyrick, 1 bart., 
c.B. ; J p. (1905) Northumberland: Farm 
House, Normanby, Doncaster. 

Atkinson-Willes, vice-ad ml. sir Geo. 
Lambart, K.c.n. (1905), 2 survg. s. of late 
rev. Thos. Atkinson, rect. of Kirby 
Sigston, Yorks, by Henrietta Jane, dau. 
of late capt. Geo. Wicken Willes, R.N. ; 
b. 1847 ; m. 1883, Alice, 2 dau. of Thos. 
Mort, of Greenoakes, Darling Point, 
Sydney, N.S.W. ; cntd. R.N. 1861, served 
in naval brig, during Abyssinian war 
1868, directed the attack of a mixed 
naval and mil. force against the Der- 
vishes 1901, at the storming and 
capture of Hlig April 1904 ; naval 
commdr.-in -chief on Somaliland coast 
1903-4, A.D.c. to Queen Victoria 1899- 
1901, and to the King in 1901, commdr.- 
in-chief on East Indies station 1903-5, 
vice-adml. 1905, assumed addtl. name 
of Willes 1901 : Travellers' and United 
Service clubs; The Stroud, Haslemere 
S.O. Surrey, 

Attenborougrh, Henry Arthur, 2 and 
only survg. s, of late Geo. Attenborough, 
of 193 Fleet st.City, E.C. {d. 1892) ; b. 1848; 
m. 1875, Maude, dau. of Robert Borras, of 
Old Change, E.C. ; patron of the living 
and lord of the manor of Catesby, and 
lord of manor of Helidon, J.P, (1895) 
Northants : 12 Buckingham pate, S.W. ; 
Catesby House, Catesby, nr. Daventry. 

Attenborougrh, Walter Annis, m,a., 
LL.M, Cantab,, 2 s. of lite Robt. Atten- 
borough, London; b. 1850; m. 1877, 
Eliza Scarlett, eld, dau, of late Edwd. 
Jas. Cutler, London ; barr Middle 
Temple 1874, J.P, (1904) Beds : 2 Pump 
court, Temple, E.C. ; St. Stepheiv« club; 
Uolbrook, De Pary's avenue, Bedford. 

Atterbury, mrs. lady of the manor 
of West Haddon : Manor House, West 
Haddon, Rugby, 

Attfield, prof. John, Ph.D., F.R.«., s, 
of late John Attfield.near Barnet,Hert8 ; 
b. 1835 ; m. 1865, Martha, dau. of late 
Samuel Harvey ; prof, of practical 
chemistry in school of the Phar- 
maceutical Soc. of Gt, Brit. 1862-96, 
editor of " Pharmacopasia " 1898, and its 
Indian and Colonial Addendum 1900, for 
the Gen. Med, Council, author " Chemis- 
try " 19 (18 and 19 with Dobbin) edi- 
tions : Watford, Herts, 

AttMU, capt. Anthony Wm. Maun sell, 
M.v.o. 4 class (1907), eld. s, of Hy, 
Maunsdl Atthill, of St. Pierre, Guern- 


sey ; h. 18()1 ; served in S. African war 
1901-2, Lon. capt. in the army 1902, late 
res. of officers, dim. Eoyal Norfolk 
Veterans' Association : 62 Clarendon rd. 

Attwood, Llewellyn Carless Foulkes, 
only s. of Algernon Attwood and grands, 
of Thos. Attwood, of Birmingham ; b. 
1854 ; m. 1879, Rachel Edith, dau. of A. 
A. Corsellis, of Wandsworth, Surrey ; 
J. p. Monmouthshire : Ty Derlwyn, 
Pandy, nr. Abergavenny; Eackery Hall, 
Grresford, Denbighshire. 

Attwood, Thos, Arthur Carless, M.A. 
Oxon., F.S.A., only child of late T. Aure- 
lius Attwood, of Lincoln's Inn, and 
grands, of late Thos. Attwood, M.P. ; b. 
1863 ; m. 1892, hon. Hilda Evelyn (who 
obtained a decree of nullity of marriage 
1902), only survg. dau. of 6 vise. Harber- 
ton, b. 1866 : Isthmian club ; Sion Hill, 
Wolverley, Worcestershire. 

Aubertin, It.-col. Peter, s.of rev. Peter 
Aubertin.of Chipstead ; m. l,Ema Louisa, 
dau. of gen. sir T. B. Spurgin, K.c.B.,c.S.i.; 
2, Sybil M. M. only dau. of E. Huntly 
Hooper, of Langtons, Hants, J. P., by dau. 
of 4 earl of Castlestuart ; ret. p. 2 drag, 
gds. 1885, J. P. Hants : Cavalry club ; The 
Weir House, Alresford, Hants. 

Aubrey-Fletcher, rt. hon. sir Henry, 
4 bart. (1782), P.c. (190J). c.B. (1900), 
V.D., eld. s. of 3 tart. {d. 1851) ; b. 1835 ; 
m. 1859, Agnes, dau. of late col. sir J. 
Morillyon Wilson, c.B., k.h. ; j.p. 
Surrey and Bucks, D.L., j.p. Sussex, 
formerly It. 1 gren. gds.. col. comradg. 
Sussex and Kent vol. inf. brig. 1897- 
1904 (ret.) : a groom - in - waiting 
to Queen Victoria 1885-6 ; m.p. (c.) 
Horsham 1880-5, Mid-Sussex from 1885, 
assumed by royal licence addtl. name 
of Aubrey 1903 {Heir, bro. Lancelot 
Fletcher, b. 1846) : 1 Upper Belgrave st. 
S.W. ; Carlton and Constirational clubs; 
Dorton House, Thame ; Ham Manor, 
Angmering, Sussex. 

Auchinleck, capt. Daniel Geo. Harold, 
only s. of Thomas Auchinleck, of 
Crevenagh, co. Tyrone, D.L., j.p. {d. 
1893) ; b. 1877 ; capt. R. InniskillingFus. 
from 1904 : Crevenagh, Omagh, co. 

Auckland, lord (5 baron, 1793, Gt. B.). 
capt.Wm. Morton Eden, eld. s. of 4 baron 
{d. 1890) ; b. 1859 ; m. 1891, Sybil C, eld. 
dau. of col. G. M. Hutton, of Gate Bur- 
ton, Lines., D.L., J.P. ; J.p. W.R. Yorks, 
capt. 2 battn. Dorset regt. 1889-91 ; capt. 
3 battn. (mil.) Yorkshire regt. 1891-2 
{Heir, s. hon. Wm. Alfred M. Eden, <?.w.) : 


Naval and Military club ; 7 Launceston 
pi. Kensington, W. 

Auckland, 3 bp. of (1869) rt. rev. 
Moore Richd. Neligan, d.d. Trin. coll. 
Dub., 4 s. of rev. canon Maurice Neligan, 
D.D., formerly incumbent of Christ Ch., 
Leeson Park, Dublin ; b. 1863 ; m. 1894, 
Mary, dau. of late Edmund Macrory, K.c. 
of 19 Pembridge sq. W. ; vicar of St. 
Stephen, Westbourne Park,W. 1894-1902, 
bp.of Auckland, N. Zealand, from 1903 : 
Bishop's Court, St. Stephen's rd. Parnell, 
Auckland, N. Zealand ; Royal Societies' 
and Northern (Auckland) clubs. 

Auckland, archd. of (Durham), vide 
ven. Edwin Price, m.a. 

Auckland (rt. hon.), Edith, lady, vide 
Philip Symons. 

Auld,maj.-gen. Robt.,c.B. (1902), eld. 
s. of late T. R. Auld, of Portland pl.W. ; 
b. 1818 ; m. 1879, Margaret Sabina, dau. 
of late T. Cormac, of Ballybeagh, co. 
Kilkenny, and widow of M. Sullivan, 
M.p. ; dir. of supplies and clothing at 
headquarters 1904-5 ; commdg. Inf. brig. 
Gibraltar 1905-7; It. -gov. of Guernsey 
from 1908 : Saumarez Park, Guernsey ; 
United Service club. 

Austen, vide Godwin-Austen. 

Austen, vide Roberts- Austen. 

Austen, mrs, Georgiana F., eld.dau. of 
C. Pearse ; m. 1868, as his 2 wife, John 
Fras. Austen, of Capel Manor, Kent, j.p. 
{d. 1893) : Capel Manor, Horsmonden 
S.O. Kent. 

Austen-lieigh, Edwd. Compton, J.P. 
(1901) Bucks: Eton College,Eton, Bucks. 

Austin, vide Hicks-Austin. 

Austin, Alfred, b.a. Lond., Litt.D. 
Leeds univ , 2 s. of Joseph Austin, of 
Headingley , Leeds, J.P. ; b. 1835 ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1857, D.L. Herefordshire, 
Poet Laureate from 1896 : Carlton club ; 
Swinford Old Manor, Ashford, Kent. 

Austin, Charles, only survg. s. of C. 
Austin, of Brandeston, J.p. (rf. 1874) ; 
b. 1858 ; J.P. Suffolk : Brandeston Hall, 
Wickham Market. 

Austin, maj. Herbert Hy., R.E., 
c.M.G. (1901), D.s.O. (1899), 2 s. of col. 
E. Austin, late Ind. army ; b. 1868 ; 
served with Waziristan expdn. 1894-5, 
Uganda 1897-8, D. a.q.m.g., divn. of chief 
of the staff, India, from 1907, maj. R.E. 

Austin (his honor. Judge) Jas. Valen- 
tine, B.A. Oxon, eld. s. of late rev. John 
Valentine Austin ; b. 1850 ; m. 1877, 
Anna C. only dau. of late rev. Peter 
Lorimer, D.D.,princ. of Presbyterian coll. 
London ; barr. Inner Temple 1876, j.p. 
(1894) Somerset and Bristol, judge of 



county courts (circuit No. 54) Bristol 
from 1892 : 1 Paper bldgs. Temple, E.G.; 
5 Worcester villas, Clifton, Bristol. 

Austin. John Standish 'J hos. Joseph, 
2 s. of fair John Austin, 1 bart., M.P., j.p, 
(J. 1906) ; b. 1876 ; m. 1908, Gwendolyne 
A. B., dau. of late capt. B. Beverley 
Robinson, of Hyde Lodge, Winchester ; 
J.P. (1901) W. R. Yorks: Vine House, 
Gt. Ouseburn, York. 

Austin, Samuel Peter, s. of Samuel 
P. Austin, of Simderland ; b. 1842 ; m. 
1868, Marian Yorke, dau. of prof. 
Spooner, of London ; D.L., J.p. co. Dur- 
ham (sheriff 1898), J.p. W. R. Yorks, 
Liberty of Ripon and Sunderland : Carl- 
ton and Constitutional clubs ; Hollin 
Hall, Ripon. 

Austin, Selwyn Percy, b.a. Cantab., 
8, of Samuel Peter Austin, of Cocken 
Hall, CO. Durham, D.L., j.p. ; b. 1871 ; j/i. 
1899, Maud. dau. of sir Wm. Grantham, 
knt. a juatice of high court of justice ; 
J.P. (1900) CO. Durham: Jun, Carlton 
club ; Wilton House, Darlington. 

Austin, sir Wm. Michael Byron, 2 
bart. (Ib94), eid. s. of 1 bart., M.p., j.p. 
(d 1906); 6. 1871 ; m. 1896, Violet I., 2 
dau. of Alex. Fraser, of Westerfield 
House, Suffolk; is j.p. (1894) W. R. 
>orks {IIelr,s. John B F. b. 1897) : Old 
Mill Hall, Oloughton S.O. Yorks; 
Pryston Hall, Ferrybridge, Yorks. 

Austin, dow.-Lidy. — Agnes, dau. of 
Samuel S. Bvron, of West Ayton, Yorks, 
J.P. ; in. 1866, sir John Austin, 1 bart., 
M.p., J.p. {d. U06) : West Huntington 
Hall, York. 

Ava, earl of (title which would be 
borne by eld. s., if any living, of marq.of 
Dufferin and Ava). 

Avebury, lord(l baron 1900, U.K.), sir 
John Lubbock, p.c. (1890), D.C.L., LL.D., 
P.R.s., 4 bart. (1806), eld. s. of 3 bart. 
{d. 1866); b. 1834 ; m. 1, dau. {d. 1879) of 
rev. Peter Hordern , Chorlton-cum-Hardy, 
Lanes ; 2, 1884, Alice A. L., dau. of late 
It. -gen. A. H. Lane Fox-Pitt-Rivers, by 
dau. of 2 baron Stanley of Alderley ; head 
of Robarts, Lubbock and Co. bankers, 
pres. Eng. Bankers' Assn., memb. senate 
LoDd. univ,1865-90, vice-chancellor 1873- 
80, lord rect. of St. Andrews univ. from 
1907, one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of 
London, D.L., j.p. Kent, v. p. Linnean 
Soc. and of Roy. Soc, pres. of Statistical 
Soc. 1904-5, pres. of Soc. Aat. from 
1904, Roy. Microscopical Soc. from 
1906, Sciological Soc. from 1905, 
trustee of British museum, chmn. 
London chamb. of commerce, chmn. L.c.c. 
1890-2, chmn. Assoc, chambers of com- 

merce, chmn. of the English bankers, 
M.p. (L.) Maidstone 1870-80, Lond. univ. 
1880-6 and (l.u.) 1886-1900,German order 
pour le Merite, commdr. Legion of 
Honour, raised to the peerage 1900 (//eir, 
s. hon. John B. Lubbock, q.v.) : 48 
Grosvenor st. W. ; 15 Lombard st. E.C. ; 
Athenaeum and Cir.y Liberal clubs ; High 
Kims, Down, Faruborough, Kent ; 
Kingsgate Castle, Kingsgate, Kent. 

Avery, sir Wm. Eric Thos., 2 bart 
(1905), only s. of 1 bart. (d. 1908) ; b. 
1890 : Oakley Court, Windsor. 

Avery, lady. — Suzanne Mathilde 
Irma, dau. of late Pierre Crets, of Paris ; 
m. 1902, as his 2 wife, sir Wm. Beilby 
Avery, 1 bart {d. 1908): Oakley Court, 

Avis, John, m.v.o. 5 class (1905), 
8. of John Avis, of Shoreham, Sussex ; b. 
1851 ; m. 1878, Fanny Emily Wildman ; 
chief of the continental dept. South 
Eastern it Chatham railway ; order of 
Royal crown of Germany (1908) : 4 Park 
cres. Clapham Park rd. S.VV. 

Avison, Jas., 4 s. of Jas. Avison, of 
Ashton-under-Lyne, Lanes ; 6. 1840 ; 
m. 1868, Hannah, dau. of Joseph Scho- 
tield, M.R.c.ri., of Dukiulield, Cheshire ; 
J.P. (1907) CLeshire : 13 Kmg st. Dukin- 

Avonmore,6 visc.(1800, ir.). William 
Algernon Yelverton, s. of 4 and bro. of 
5 vise. {d. 1885); 6. 1866; m. 1890, 
Mabel Sara, 2 dau. of Geo. Evans, of 
Gortmerron, co. Tyrone, late of Toronto, 
Canada ; capt. Dublin City r.».a. (mil.) 
1900-3 (Heir, cousin, W. H. M. Yelverton, 
q.v.) : Hazle Rock, Mayo. 

Avonmore, Emily M.viscountess,dau. 
of late maj.-gen. sir Chas. Ash worth, 
K.c.B. ; OT. 1, prof. Edwd. Forbes, f.r.s., 
F.G.s. ; 2, 1858,4 visc.Avonoiore (d.l883): 
Villa Gobert, Biarritz. 

Avory, Horace Edmund. K.c, ll.b., 
Cantab., 2 s. of Hy. Avory ; b. 1851 ; ?«. 
1877, Maria L., only survg. dau. of late 
Hy, Castle, of Wandsworth, S.W. ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1875, K.c. 1901, rec. of 
Kings ton-upon-Thames from 1902 : 29 
Gloucester sq. W, ; 4 Crown oflfise row, 
Temple, E.C. 
Awdry, bp. vide South Tokyo. 
Awdry, Chas., 5 s. of sir John Wither 
Awdry, of Notton House, Wilts (cJ. 1878); 
b. 1847 ; m. 1876, Margaret H., dau. of late 
bp.( Moberly)of Salisbury ; D. L. , J.P.Wilts, 
(sheriff 1901) : 20 St. James' st. S.W. ; 
United University and Biooks's clubs ; 
Lavington Manor, Devizes. 

Awdry, Chas. Selwyn, eld. ?. of Chas. 
Awdry, of jshaw Hill, and l!sotton,Wilts, 


u.L., J.P. ; b. 1877 ; m. 1903, Constance 
Lilias, 2 dau. of J. Edwin Bateson, of 
Helton Hall, Middlx ; served in S. 
African war 1900-1, hon. It. in the army 
1901, oapt. R. Wilts Yeo. from 1903; 
J. p.( 1905) Wilts : Farnham House, Farn- 
ham Royal, Bucks. 

Awdry, sir Richard Davis, k.c.b. 
(1902), 8. of late rev. Chas, R. E. Awdry, 
rect. of Draycot, Wilts.; h. 1843; ?«. 1, 
Annie M., dau. (d. 1900) of T. Allgood ; 
2, 1901, Katharine L. James, of Brithdir 
Hall, Berriew ; asst. sec. to the Admi- 
ralty 1885-96, acct. gen. of navy 1896- 
190i : 03 Victoria I'd. Kensington, W. ; 
St. Stephen's club. 

Ayers, engr.-commdr. Robt, Bell,R.N., 
M.y.o. 4 class (1908), engr.-commdr. R.N. 

Aykroyd, Wm. Hy., j.p. (190G), W. 
R.Yoiks: Cliife Hill,Lightcliffe,Halifax. 
Aylesford, 8 earl of (1714, Eug,), 
Charles Wigtiiwick Finch, 2 s. of 6 earl 
and bro. of 7 earl {d. 1885) ; b. 1851 ; 
m. 1, dau. of 3 baron Bagot ; 2, 1879, 
Ella v., younger dau. of late J. Ross and 
widow of capt. J. H. Linton, of Heming- 
ford Abbots, Hunts ; 2nd tit. baron 
Guernsey ; j.p. Kent, D.L., j.p. Warwick- 
shire, maj. 3 and 4 battns. (mil.) S. 
Staffordshire regt. 1881-5, hon. col. of 
the 3 battn. 1899-1905, of the 4 battn. 
from 1899, capt. (hon. maj. 1892), 
Warwickshire yeo. 1886-96 (//eir, s. lord 
Guernsey.^'.y.): Carlton and Marlborough 
clubs ; Packington Hall, Coventry. 

Aylesford, dow. countess of, Jane, 
only child and heir of late J. Wightwick 
Knightley, of Offchurch Bury, co. War- 
wick ; TO. 1846, 6 earl of Aylesford (d. 
1871) : Olfchurch Bury, Leamington Spa. 
Aylmer, lord (8 baron, 1718, ir.), 
Matthew Aylmer, eld. s. of 7 baron {d. 
1901) ; b. 1842; w. 1875, Amy, 2 dau. of 
(hon.) J. Young, of Montreal ; late It. 
7 foot, col. and gen. Canadian mil., 
commdg. 1900 (//etV, s. hon. John F. W., 
q.v.) : Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 

Aylmer, sir Arthur Percy FitzGerald, 
13 bart. (1621), grands, of 12 bart. {d. 
1885) ; b. 1858 ; m. 1, 1878, Anne, dau. 
{d. 1884) of J. Sanger ; 2, 1885, Anne, 
dau. (marriage dissolved 1886) of J. 
Douglas Reid, of N. York and divorced 
wife of Geo. Stelle, of Chicago {Heir, 
bio. brig.-gen. Fenton J. Aylmer. q.v.) : 
Donadea Lodge, Westend, South Hants. 
Aylmer, hon. Basil Adolphus,3 s. of 8 
baron Aylmer ; b. 1886. 

Aylmer. col. Edmund Kendal Grim- 
ston, c.B. (1902), 4 s. of John Harrison 
Aylmer, of Walworth Cafetle, co.Durham, 

D.L., J.P. (J. 1868); b. 1859; served in 
Egyptian war 1882, Soudan expdn. 1884, 
Nile expdn. 1884-5, S. African war 1899- 
1902, It.-col. 19 huss. 1901-5, brevet col. 
1904, ret. p. 1907 : Naval and Military 

Aylmer, brig. -gen. Fenton John, 
v.c, c.B. (Ib07), R.E., bro. and heir pres. 
to sir Arthur Percy Fitzgeiald Aylmer, 
13 bt. ; b. 186 f ; served in Burma 1886-7, 
Hazara Held force 1891, Hunza-Nagar 
expdn. 1891-2, Isazai field force 1892, 
Chitral relief lorce It 95, commdg. (temp, 
brig.-gen.) Quetta Inf. brig., Southern 
army, India, frora 1907, col. 1901 : Naval 
and Military club. 

Aylmer, hon. Fredk. Whitworth, s. of 
7 baron Aylmer ; b. 1850; m. 1899, Emma 
M., dau. of R. Lang ; capt. Canadian 
mil. : Golden, British Columbia. 

Aylmer, Gerald Percy Vivian, eld. 
survg. s. of J. H. Aylmer, of Walworth 
Castle, CO. Durham, D.L., J.P. {d. 1868), by 
dau. of vice-adm. sir Josiah Coghill, 3 
bart. : b. 1856 ; D.L., J.P. co. Durham 
(sheriff 1887), served in 8. African war 
1899-1900, formerly It. Pembroke I.Y. : 
Bachelors' club. 

Aylmer, Hans Hendrick, b.a. Trin. 
Coll. Dub., 2 fl. of M. Aylmer, of Cour- 
town, CO. Kildare {d. 1885), by Charlotte, 
dau. of Hans Hendrick, of Kerdift'stown ; 
6. 1856; TO. 1886, Florence, dau. of late 
Alex. Edwards, of Ballyhire, co. Wex- 
ford ; Irish barr. 1880, assumed addtl. 
name of Hendrick 1889, J.P. co. Kildare 
(sheriff 1894): Kerditfstown, Sallius, 
CO. Kildare. 

Aylmer, hon. Henry, s. of 7 baron 
Aylmer ; b. 1843 ; to. 1870, Louisa B. F., 
dau. of Hy. A. Howe, LL.D., Sise Carroll, 
Montreal; late It. R.M.A., It-col. Cana- 
dian mil. : Felixstowe, Richmond, Que- 
bec, Canada. 

Aylmer, maj. John Algernon, eld. a. 
of M. Aylmer, of Courtown, co. Kildare 
{d. 1885) ; b. 1853 ; ra. 1886, Blanche, 3 
dau.(<i. 1895)of Jn. Eveleigh Wyndham, 
of Clearwell Court, Glo'stershire, and 
widow of capt. Geo. Montgomery, r.h. a. ; 
D.L., J.P. CO. Kildare (sheriff 1896), served 
in Egypt 1882, maj. 4 drag. gds. 1891-4, 
ret. 1894 : Naval and Military and 
Cavalry, and Kildare St. (Dublin) clubs ; 
Courtown, Kilcock, co. Kildare. 

Aylmer, hon. John Fredk. Whit- 
worth, eld. 8. of 8 baron Aylmer; b. 

Aylmer, hon. Kenneth Athalmar, 2 
s. of 8 Baron Aylmer ; b. 1883. 
Aylmer, hon. Amelia Winifred, 6. 



1876 ; hnn. Florence Gwendolen,*. 1891 ; 
daus. of 8 baron Aylmer. 

Aylmer, miss Caroline M., only survg. 
child of sir Gerald G. Aylmer .10 bart. (d. 
1883) : Donadea Castle, Kilcock, co. 
Kildare ; Sesame club, 29 Dover st. W. 

Aylmer, lion. mrs. Isabella, dau. of 7 
baron Aylmer ; b. 1845 ; m. 1872, cousin, 
Henry Lovell Aylmer {d. 1882) (s. of 
maj.-gen. Hy. Aylmer, r.a.) : Melbourne, 
Quebec, Canada. 

Ayl-ward, vide Toler-Aylward. 

Aynsley, vide Murray- Aynsley. 

Aynsley, John, j.p (1900) Staffs: 
Portland House, Blyth Bridge, Stoke- 

Aynsley, Eobt. John, eld. s. of late 
Mark Aynsley, of Cambo, Northumb. ; 
b. 1853; m. 1881, Ada Maria, dau. of 
Samuel H. Farror, of Gosforth, 
Northumb. ; j.p. (1908) and c.A. North- 
umberland : Northumb. and Northern 
Counties, and Union (Newcastle-on- 
Tyne) clubs ; Fencer Hill, Gosforth, 

Aynsley, Wm., j.p. (1901) co. Dur- 
ham : Consett Park, Cousett 8.0. co. 

Ayre, Algernon Sydney, s. of "Wm. 
Ayre, of Hull ; b. 1839 ; m. 1867, Rachel 
Maria, dau. of Ed. Early, of Witney, 
Oxon. ; .T.P, (1900) E. E. Yorks : 
National Liberal club ; The Cottage, 
Tower hill, Hessle, Hull. 

Ayrton, prof .Wm. Edwd., F.R.S., only 
s. of Edwd. N. Ayrton, M.A. ; 6. 1847 ; 
m. 1871, Matilda, M.D. dau. of John 
Chaplin, of Birmingham ; 2, 1885, Hertha 
Marks, M.inst.E.E.,pre8. Inst. Electrical 
Engineers, 1892, of Physical Soc. 1890, 
1891, of section A. Brit. Assoc. 1898. 
prof, electrical engineering. City and 
Guilds of London Central Technical Col- 
lege, S. Kensington, prof. Imperial Coll. 
of Science and Technology : 41 Norfolk 
sq. W. 

Ayscougli, vide Perry- Ayscough. 

Ayscough, rev. preb. Thos. Ayscongh, 
M.A. Cantab, s. of Ayscough Smith, of 
Leesthorpe; b. 1830; m. 1858, Ethel 
Anna, dau. of J. P. Fearon, of Cuck field ; 
is J.P. Worcestershire, vicar of Tenbury, 
Worcs. 1860-92, preb. of Hereford from 
1886, rect. from 1892, of Cradley, Here- 

Babbagre, maj.-gen. Henry Prevost, 
s. of late Charles Babbage, F.R.s., Lu- 
easian professor at Cambridge ; b. 1824 ; 
m. Mary, dau. of col. Bradshawe : in Sut- 
lej campaign 1845-6, against hill tribes in 
Assam 1848, and in Peshawur Valley 

during Indian mutiny, in civil employ in 
Punjab 1857-74 ret. 1874, f.p. as It.-col. 
B.S.C. : Mayfield, Lansdown rd. Chel- 

Babingrton, maj. David Melville, 
R.A., CLE. (1907), s. of late maj.-gen. 
Richd. Clarke Babington ; b. 1863 : m. 
1898, Violet Mary, dau. of col. Wm. Lees 
Greenstreet, R.E. ; maj. R.A. 1900. 

Babingrton, Francis Evans, s. of 
Matthew Babington, of Rothley, Leices- 
tershire, J.P. ; b. 1830 ; J.P. Suffolk : 
South Lodge, Halesworth, Suffolk. 

Babingrton, maj.-gen. Jas. Melville, 
o.B. (1907), c.M.G. (1906), s. of It.-col. 
Wm. Babington, late 7 huss., of Brook- 
lands, Sarisbury Green, Hants ; b. 1854 ; 
m. 1897, Eleanor, dau. of late Thos. 
Lawson, of Prospect, N.S.W.; served with 
Bechuanaland expdn. 1884-5, S. African 
war 1899-1901, atMagersfontein; commdt. 
(with local rank of maj.-gen.) defence 
force, N. Zealand 1901-6, ret. p. 1907 
with hon. rank of maj.-gen., commdg. 
Lowland mounted brig, of Territorial 
army from 1908 : Harleyburn, Melrose, 

Babingrton, It.-col. William, s. of capt. 
W. Babington, late 6 Madras cav. ; b. 
1826 ; m. 1853, Augusta M., eld. dau. of J. 
M. Melville, of Hanley,Midlothian, It.-col. 
late 7 huss. ; j.p. (1891) Hants : Brook- 
lands, Swanwick, Southampton. 

Babtie, col. Wm.. v.c, c.M.G. 
(1899); b. 1859; m. 1903, Edith M., 
dau. of late Wm. H. Barry, j.P. of Bally- 
adam, co. Cork ; served in Crete 1897-8, 
as pen. med. off. and on staff Natal field 
force 1899-1900, col. 1907, aest. dir.-gen. 
Army Med. Service 1901-6, insp. of 
medical services from 1907, knt. of 
grace, order of St. J ohn of Jerusalem : 
Horse Guards, S.W. ; Jun. United Ser- 
vice club ; Hoebridge, Woking Village, 

Bache, John, j.p. (1908) Radnor- 
shire : The Farms, Knighton. 

Back, Alfred, m.a. Oxon. s. of Alfred 
BackjOf Valley House.Stratf ord St.Mary, 
Suffolk ; b. 1857 ; barr. Inner Temple, 
1882, J.P. (1895) Sussex: Reform club; 
BucksteepManor,Dallington S.O.Sussex. 

Back, William Hy., s. of H. Back, of 
Hetbersett Hall, Norfolk, j.p. {d. 1878) ; 
b. 1853; m. 1885,Marion E., youngest dau. 
of late John Hy. Browne, of Hethersett ; 
lord of the manor of Hethersett : Hum 
House, Hethersett, Norwich. 

Backhouse, Chas. Hubert, 2 s. of 
Edmund Backhouse, of Trebah, Cornwall, 
J.p. {d. 1906) ; b. 1856 ; w. 1880, Maude 
C, dau. of H.Ritchie, of Ceylon; J.]'. 



(18il8) CO. Durham : Selaby Hall, Dar- 

Backhouse, Chas. Jas., s. of Wm. 
Backhouse, of St. John's, co. Durham 
(d J869) ; b. 1848; In. 1874, Lucy, eld. 
dau. of late maj, Yincent, Hems worth, 
CO. York ; J.P, CO. Durham : St. John's, 
Wolsingham S.O. co. Durham. 

Backhouse, Edward, eld. s. of late 
Jas. Edwd. Backhouse, of Hurworth 
Grange, co. Durham : h. 1876 ; m. 1902, 
Lucy, dau. of E. B. Mounsey, of Black- 
well Hill, CO. Durham; j.p. (190G) co. Dur- 
ham : "White House, Stockton-on-Tees. 

Backhouse, sir Jonathan Edmund, 1 
bart. (1901), eld. s. of Edmund Backhouse, 
of Trebah, Cornwall and Darlington, j.p. 
{d. 1906); b. 1849 ; m. 1871, Florence, dau. 
{d. 1902) of sir John Salusbury Trelawny, 
9 bart. ; D.L., J.P. N.R. Yorks., and co. 
Durham (Heir, s. Edmund Trelawny, 6. 
1873) : Oxford and Cambridge club ; 
Uplands, Darlington; Trebah, Falmouth, 

Backhouse, col. Julius Batt, c.B. 
(1902), s. of latelt.-col. J. B. Backhouse, 
c.B. ; b. 1854; w. 1878, Georgina E., 
dau. of R. W. Odium, of Trim, co. 
Meath ; served in Zulu war 1879, S. 
African war 1899-1902 ; ret. p. 1901. 

Bacon, Edward, eld. s.of gen.Anthony 
Bacon,K.T.s.(c?.1864),by Charlotte Mary, 
dau. of 5 earl of Oxford (ext.) ; b. 1842 ; m. 
1865, Alice, dau.of W. J. Lawrence, J.P. of 
Adelaide, S.Australia : D.L.,J.P.Hereford- 
shire, l3,te 18th hussars : capt. 1 Hereford- 
shire R.V, 1880-5 : 6 Westbourne cres. 
Hyde Park, W. ; Jan. Carlton club. 

Bacon (his honor, Judge), Francis 
Henry, M.A.Oxon, 3 s. of rt.hon. sir James 
Bacon, P.c, chief judge in bankruptcy 
1869-86 and vice-chanc. 1870-86 {d. 1895) ; 
b. 1832 ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1856, judge 
of county courts (circuits No. 39 and 42) 
from 1878 : 1 Lancaster gate terr. 
W. ; Athenaeum, United University, 
Garrick and Wellington clubs ; Comp- 
ton house, Compton Beauchamp, Shri- 
venham, Berks. 

Bacon, Henry, 2 s. of rev. Fras. 
Bacon, of Much Hadham Hall, Herts 
(d 1882); 6. 1865; j.p. (1898) Herts: 
Windham club ; Much Hadham Hall, 
nr. Ware, Herts. 

Bacon, sir Hickman Beckett, 11 and 12 
bart. (1611 and 1627), f.s.a., eld. s. of 10 
and 11 bart. {d. 1872) ; b. 1855 ; premier 
bart. of England, late gren. gds. ; J. P., 
D.L. Lines (sheriff 1887) {Heir, bro. 
Nicholas H., q.v.'y. Queen Anne's mans. 
S.W. ; Thonock Hall, Gainsborough. 

Bacon, John Hy. Fredk., a.r.a 

(1903), 2 s. of John Cardinal Bacon, of 
Essex ; b. 1865 ; m. 1894 : Arts club. 

Bacon, Kenrick Verulam, only s. of 
Kenrick Bacon, of Roehampton and 
Hale, Surrey ; h. 1838 ; m. 1862, Jessie, 
dau. of Thos. Wing, of Gray's Inn, and 
Hampstead, Middlx. ; is J.p. (1896) 
Surrey, late capt. 29 regt., served in 
suppression of the Indian mutiny 
1857-8 : Juu. United Service club ; 
The Lodge, Hale, Farnham ; Cuffnells, 
Eastbourne, Sussex. 

Bacon, Nicholas Henry, 2 s. of sir 
Henry Hickman Bacon, 10 and 11 bart. 
{d. 1872) ; b. 1857 ; m. 1893, Constance 
A., youngest dau. of Alex. S. Leslie- 
Melville, of Branston Hall Lines., d.l., 
J. P., by dau. of 6 vise. Midleton ; capt. 4 
drag. gds. 1882-4 served with 4 drag, 
gds. in Egypt 1882, D.L., J.P., c.c. Norfolk 
(sheriff 1895), heir pres. to baronetcy ; 
Carlton, Arthur's and Naval and 
Military clubs ; Raveningham Hall, 

Bacon, capt. Reginald Hugh Spencer, 
R.N., c.v.o. (1907), D.s.o. (1897), s. of 
rev. Thos. Bacon ; b. 1863 ; m. 1894, 
Cicely Isabel, dau. of Hy, Surtees, of 
Red worth Hall, co. Durham ; served 
with Benin expdn 1897, asst. naval 
adviser at Admiralty 1904-5, dir.of naval 
ordnance and torpedoes from 1907, a.d.c. 
to the King from 1908, capt.R.N. 1900 : 
United Service club. 

Bacon, Richd. Castell, m.a. Cantab., 
5 s. ot sir Hy. Hickman Bacon, 10 and 
11 bart. {d. 1872); i. 1866 ; J.P. (1901) 
Parts of Lindsey, Lines : ('arltou, Jun. 
Carlton, Wellington, Boodle's and Bath 
clubs ; Williagham House, Gains- 

Bacon, Thos. Walter, 4 s. of sir Hy. 
Hickman Bacon, 10 and 11 bart. (d 1872); 
b. 1863 ; m. 1901, Edith M., 4 dau. of 
Alex, S. Leslie-Melville, of Branston 
Hall, Lincoln, by dau. of 6 vise. Midle- 
ton ; J.P. (1901) Essex : Union club ; 
Ramsden Hall, Billericay, Essex. 

Bacon, Wm. Gray, j.p. (1906) Beds : 
61 Lake st. Leighton Buzzard. 

Bacon-Q-rey, miss Emily, dau. of 
Chas. Bacon-Grey, of Styford,Xorthumb. 
J.p. {d. 1855), and sis. and co-heiress 
(with her sis. Lucy, who married 
Michael Grace Guiry) of Edwd. Bacon- 
Grey, of Styford (d 1886) : Sty ford Hall, 
Riding Mill S.O. Northumb. 

Badcock, Daniel, s. of Robt. Gibson 
Badcock, of The Elms, nr. Taunton ; 
J.p. Somerset : Jun. Constitutional club ; 
Kilve Court, Kilve, nr. Bridgwater, 



Badcock, Henry Jeffries, s. of Henry 
Badcock, of Wheatleigh, Taunton, J.P. 
{d. 1888) ; 6. 1838 ; J.P. Somerset : Broad- 
lands, Taunton. 

Badcock, Jasper Capper, c.B. (1899), 
s. of late John Badcock, of Chelsea, S.W. ; 
h. 1840; m. 1864, Mary, dau. of Edwd. 
Gower Burton, of Chelsea, 8.W. ; con- 
troller of London Postal Service dept. 
G.P.O. 1892-1905, ret. 1905 : Springfield, 
37 Brodrick rd. Upper Tooting, S.W. 

Badcock, Joshua Cory, 4 s. of John 
Badcock, of Barnard Castle, co. Durham ; 
Ik 1857 ; m. 1899, Helen Julia, dau. of 
David Fox, of Darlington ; J.P. (1908) 
CO. Durham : Bank House, 49 and 50 
High St. Stockton-on-Tees. 

Baddeley, John Jas., eld. s. of John 
Baddeley, of Hacknev, co. London ; h. 
1842 ; m. 1868, Mary, dau. of Wm. Locks, 
of Hackney, CO. London ; J.P. (1905) co. 
London, sheriff of the City of London 
1908-9 : Lakefield, 82 Woodberry Down, 
Stoke NewingtoD, N.; City Carlton club. 
Baddeley, Welbore St, Clair, 3 s. 
of It.-col. John Eraser Baddeley, R.A. ; 
h. 1856 ; m. 1894, Helen Georgiana, 2 dau. 
of Owen Grant ; J.P. (1903) Gloucester- 
shire : Garrick club; Castle Hale, 
Painswick, Glos. 

Baden-Powell, Hy. "Warington S., 
K.c, 2 s. of late rev. Baden-Powell, 
F.R.S., of Oxford and of Langton, Kent, 
by dau. of adml. W. H. Smyth, k.s.f. ; 
h. 1847 ; barr. Inner Temple 1876, Q.C. 
1897, a counsel for board of trade. It. 
K.N.R., author of works on naval sub- 
jects : 32 Prince's gate, S.W. : 3 Paper 
bldgs. Temple, E.C. ; Athenteum club. 

Baden - Powell, It. - gen. Eobt. 
Stephenson Smyth, c,B. (1900), f.k.g.s., 
7 s. of late prof, Baden-Powell, F.R.s., of 
Oxford and of Langton, Kent, by dau. 
of adml. W, H. Smyth, k.s,f. ; h. 1857 ; 
served in 13 hrs. 1876-97, commd. 5 
dgn. gdn. 1897-9, served in Afghanistan 
1S80-81, Zululand 1888, expdn. to Ashanti 
1895,operations in Matabeleland,S. Africa 
1896, coramd. Mafeking Erontier force 
1899-1900; insp.-gen, S. African Con- 
stabulary 1900-3 ; insp.-gen. of cav, in 
Gt, Britain and Ireland 1903-7, comtndg. 
Northumbrian divn. of Territorial army 
from 1908, hon. col. 1 cadet battn, Liver- 
pool regt. 1902-5 ; It.-gen. 1907 : 32 
Prince's gate, S.W. ; Naval and Military 

Baden-Powell, lady, — Frances, dau. 
of late Chas. Wilson, of Glendouran 
House, Cheltenham ; m. 1893, sir Geo. 
S. Baden-Powell, K.c.M.G., ll,d,, p,r.s.s., 

M.P. {d. 1898) : 114 Eaton sq. S.W. ; 
Glendouran House, Cheltenham. 

Badock, Walter, eld. s. of late Wm. 
Eredk, Badock, of ^ Manor Houee, West- 
bury-on-Trym, Gloucestershire ; h. 1854 : 
dep. -accountant-gen. and assessor of 
income tax at India office 1905-7, 
accountant-gen. from 1907 : 13 Palace 
mans. Hammersmith rd, W. 

Bagehot, mr:^. Walter. Eliza, dau. of 
late ]t. hon, Jas, Wilson, M,P. ; m. 1858, 
Walter Bagehot, j,p, {d. 1877) : 4 Mel- 
bury rd. Kensington, W. ; Herds Hill, 
Langport, Somerset. 

Bagrenal, Beauchamp Eredk., eld. 
survg.s. of Philip Bagenal, of Benekerry, 
CO. Carlow, J.P. [d. 1855) ; b. 1846 ; m. 
1870, Ethel C. Mary, 3 dau. of late R. W, 
Hall-Dare, of Newtownbarry, co. Wex- 
ford, D.L. ; served with 45 (Sherwood 
Foresters) regt. in Abyssinian campaign 
1868, It. ret. 1870, D,L., J.P. co. Carlow 
(sberift 1871) : Naval and Military club ; 
Benekerry House, Carlow, Ireland. 

Bagrenal, Philip Hy.,B.A.Oxon. (1871), 
youngest s. of late Philip Bagenal, of 
Benekerry, co. Carlow, j.p. ; h. 1850 ; m. 
1884, Hariot J., 2 dau. of Walter Hore, of 
Rathwade, co. Carlow ; Irish barr. 1874, 
barr. Inner Temple, 1881, official priv, 
sec, to mr, Chaplin, board of ag, 1890-2, 
priv. sec, mr, Chaplin, loo, govt, bd, 
1895-6, genl. insp. local govt. bd. from 
189() : 39 Kent rd. Harrogate ; Constitu- 
tional club. 

Bag-grallay, Ernest, M.A.Cantab, 3 s. of 
rt, hon, sir Rd, Baggallay,P,o., a lord jus- 
tice of appeal 1875-85 {d. 1888) ; h. 1860; 
m. 1876, Emily C, E., dau. of sir Walter 
W. Burrell, 5 bart. ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 
1873, M.P. (c.) Lambeth (Brixton divn.) 
1885-7, J.P. CO, London and Home Coun- 
ties, police magist, at West Ham 1887- 
1901, metropol, pohce magist, at Green- 
wich and Woolwich 1901-8, at Tower 
Bridge from 1908: 4 Egerton gdns. S.W. ; 
United University club ; The Moat, 
Cowden, Kent. 

Bagrgre, sir Alfred Thos., 3 bart. 
(1867), ret. (1893) capt. R.N. ; 2 s. of sir 
Wm. Bagge, 1 bart., M.P,; b. 1843; m, 
1872, Millicent C, dau, of J. Grant 
Morris, Allerton Priory, Lancashire ; in 
China war 1857-61, capture of Canton 
1857, Taku forts 1868 and 1860; D.L,, 
J.P, Norfolk (Heir^ s. Alfred Wm, Eras., 
b. 1875) : Stradsett Hall, Downham 

Bagge, Richd, Ludwig, d.s.O. (1900), 
only s. of Herbert Bagge, and grands, of 
late Richd, Bagge, of Gay wood Hall,Nor 
folk, D.L,, J.P, ; OT. 1904, Anna V. W 


dau. of late maj. W. G-. Mansergh, of 
Rocksavao-e, co. Cork ; is J. P. (1898) Nor- 
folk, served in S. African war 1900-2, hon. 
capt. in the army 1902, maj. 3 battn. 
(mil.) Norfolk regt. 1903-5: Conserva- 
tive club ; Islington Hall, King's Lynn. 

Bagg-e, Stphn. Salisbury,c,M.G.(1907), 
2 s. of rev. Philip Salisburv Bagge, rect. 
of Walpole St. Peter's, Norfolk (dl890); 
b. 1859 ; prov. commr. E. Africa Protec- 
toi-ate, chief pol. oflflcer Nandi field 
force 1906. 

Bagrge, Alice, lady. — vide Wm. Wain- 

Bagge, mrs. Constance M., younger 
dau. of late Lloyd Baxendale, of Green- 
ham Lodge. Nevpbnry ; m. 1884, as his 
2 wife, Thos. Edwd. Baerge, of Gaywood 
Hall, Norfolk, D.L., 3.P^{d. 1908) : Gay- 
wood Hall, King's Lynn. 

Bagley, Wm., s. of Jas. Bagley, of 
Hunslet, Leeds ; b. 1841 ; m. 1, 1866, Anne, 
diu. of Geo. Gill, of Old Swan. Liverpool ; 
2, 1901, Cariclia, eld. dau. of Hy. Devine, 
of Athens; is j.p. (1894) W. R. Yorks : 
The Chestnuts, Knottingley, Yorks. 

Bagnall, Richd. Samuel, j.p. (1895) 
Worcestershire : Ryall Hill, Severn 
Stoke, Worcester. 

Bagnall, Thos., 3 s. of late Thos. 
Bagnall, of Gt. Barr, Staffs. ; ?>. 18— ; m. 
1859, Fanny, 4 dau. of late capt. Herbert 
Mackworth, r.n. ; D.L., j,p. (1873) Beds. 

Bagnall, Walter Geo., 4 s. of 
late Wm. Bagnall, of Manchester, 
and Aim6e A. M. Bagnall, of Paris 
and Aspenshaw Hall, Derbyshire, 
and grands, cf late Wm. Bagnall, 
of Painslftv Hall, Staffs; b. 1866: in. 1. 
1894, Edith J., elder dau. (d. 1895) of 
Jonathan Jowf tt, of Lower Hall, Mellor, 
Derbyshire ; 2, 1902, Ellen F. H. Brad- 
bury, of Hawthorpe Hall, Colne Yallev, 
Yorks ; is j.p. (1896) Derbyshire : 
Hawthorpe Hall, Uppermill S.O. 
Yorks ; Painsley House, Rhyl, N. Wales. 

Bagnall-Wild, Ralph Bagnall. m.a. 
Cantab. 2 s. of Wm. Kirkby ; b. 1845 ; m. 
1871, Alice, dau. of R. A. PfeU, of Guild- 
ford ; barr. Inner Temple 1870, assumed 
by royal licence surnames of Bagnall- 
Wild in lieu of Kirkby 1868, j.p. Notts : 
Manor House, Costock, Loughborough. 

Bagnold, col. Arthur Hy., R.K., C.B. 
( 1907), s. of late maj. -gen. Michael Edwd. 
Bagnold, H.K.I. C.8. ; b. 1854 ; m. 1888, 
Ethel, dau. of W. H. Alger ; served in 
Boer war 1881, Nile expdn. 1884-5, sunt. 
bldg. works Ord. Factories from 1905 : 
.Tun. United Service club ; Warren 
Wood, Shooter's Hill, Kent. 

Bagot,lord (4 baron 1780, U.K.). ^m. 


Bagot, eld. s. of 3 baron (d. 1887) ; b. 
1857; m. 1903, Lilian, dau. of late Hy. 
May, of Maryland, IJ.S.A. ; D.L., j.p. 
Staffs and Derbyshire, capt. (hon. maj. 
1890) 3 battn. (mil.) S. Staffordshire regt. 
1879-84, lt.-col. 2nd in commd. Stafford- 
shire I. Y. 1898-1901, A.D.c. to gov. gen. 
of Canada (marq. of Lome) 1878-83, a 
gentleman usher of the privy chamber 
1885-7, lord in waiting to Queen Victoria 
1896-1901 (Heir, bro. maj. hon. Walter L. 
q.v.) : Carlton, Travellers', Turf, and 
Bachelors' clubs ; Blithfield, Rugeley ; 
Pool Park, Ruthin. 

eld. s. of late C. M. Bagot, of Koonnnga, 
S. Australia ; b. 1847 ; served in Afghan 
war 1878-9, Bechuanaland expdn. 1884-5, 
dep. insp. gen. of Fortns. at headquarters 
1899-1904, ret. p. 1904 : United Service 
club ; Brook Cottage, E. Grin stead. 

Bagot, John Christopher, eld. survg. 
s. of John Lloyd Neville Bagot, of 
Aughrane Castle, and Ballyturin, co. 
Galway, J.P. {d. 1890) ; b. 1856 ; m. 1891, 
Anna C, only dau. of lt.-col. Fleming, 
Mayfield, Ashbourne, Derbyshire : J.P. 
CO. Galway : Ballytm-in,Gort,co.Galway. 

Bagot, Josceline F., eld. s. of col. C. 
Bagot, gren. gds. {d. 1881), by dau. of 
vice-adm. hon. Josceline Percy, C.B. and 
grands, of late rD. hon. sir Chas. Bagot, 
G.C.B., gov.-gen. of Canada ; b. 1854 ; m. 
1885, Theodosia (lady of grace, order of 
St. John of Jerusalem and Royal Red 
Cross), 3 dau. of sir John Leslie, 1 bart. ; 
D.L., J.P. Westmorland (and c.C), capt. 
gren. gds. in 1885, a.d.c. to gov. ge . 
of Canada (marq. of Lome) 1882-3 and 
(lord Stanley) 1888-9, served as chief 
censor in S. African war 1900 (desp.), 
maj. (hon. lt.-col. 1902) Westmorland and 
Cumb. I. Y. 1901-5, M.p. (c.)S. Westmor- 
land 1892-1906, parly, priv. sec. to rt. 
hon. R. Hanbury (tin. sec. to treas.) 
1897-98 and to sir M. Ridley (home yec.) 
1899-1900: Marlborough and Carlton 
clubs ; Levens Hall, Milnthorpe. 

Bagot, Milo Victor Neville, s. of 
Thos. E. Neville Bagot, of Aughrane 
Castle, CO. Galway {d. 1890) and grands, 
of John Lloyd Neville Bagot, of Augh- 
rane Castle and Ballyturin, co. Galwa}'', 
J.p. (d. 1890) ; 6.1880 : Aughrane Castle, 
Ballygar, co. Galway. 

Bagot, maj. hon. Walter Lewis, d.s.o., 
2 s. of 3 baron Bagot ; b. 1864 : m. 1892, 
Margaret J. C, youngest dau. of late hon. 
Fredk. Wm. Cadogan, and granddau. of 
1 marq. of Anglesea ; J.P. (1894) Staffs., 
capt. gren. gds. 1895-8, regtl.adjt. 1893-7, 
A.D.c. to gov. of S. Australia (earl of 


Kintore) 1891-2, served in S, African 
war 1900-2 with Impl. yeom., hon. maj. 
in the army 1902, heir pres. to barony : 
Guards' and Travellers' clubs. 

Bagot, lion. Barbara, dau. of 4 baron 
Bagot ; h. 1905. 

Bagrot, lady. — Lucy Francesca, dau. 
of late Edmund Geo. Hornby, of Dalton 
Hall, Westmorland ; m. 1851, sir Cbas. 
Samuel Bagot, knt., J. p., legal commr. 
in Lunacy 1877-1902 {d. 1906): The 
Gables, East Sheen, Surrey, S.W. 

Bagrot-Chester, col. Hcneage Charles, 
2 s. of gen. J. Bagot-Chester, K.A.,of Ash- 
stead Park, Surrey {d. 1857) ; b. 183G ; in. 
1865, Madeline E. Sheriffe, only dau. of 
late Eobt. Mansel O. Massey, of Kinrara, 
N.B., and Tickford Abbey, Bucks ; served 
in Indian mutiny 1857-8 ; J.j\ Suffolk : 
Carlton and United Service clubs ; Zet- 
land House, Maidenhead. 

Bag'sha'we, vide Bradshaw-Isher- 

Bagrshawe, most rev. archbp. Edwd. 
Gilpin, s. of late Hy, llidgard Bagshawe, 
y.C, of London; 6. 1829; bp. (ii.c.) of 
Nottingham 1874-1902, titular bp. of 
Hipaepa 1902-4, archbp. of Seleucia from 
1904 : Convent of the Little Company of 
Mary, Gunnersbury House, Hounslow. 

Bagrslaawe, Fredc, m.d.,f.r.c.p., 3 s. 
of rev. Edwd. B. Bagshawe, rect. of 
Eyam, Derbyshire {d. 1884) ; b. 1834 ; 
m. 1, 1859, Frances E., dau. of capt. Boss, 
R.N., of Northallerton, Yorks ; 2, Emily, 
dau. of Wm. Dickinson, of New Park, 
Hants ; J. P. (1897) Sussex, mayor of 
Hastings 1897 : 35 Warrior sq. St. Leon- 
ards-on-Sea ; Royal Societies, and East 
Sussex (Hastings) clubs. 

Bag'sha'we, Wm. Hy. Greaves-, eld. 
s. of late Hy. Marwood Greaves, Hesley 
Hall, Notts, D.L., J. p., by dau. and heir 
of late rev.Wm. Bagshawe, M.A., of Ford 
Hall and Banner Cross ; b. 1831 ; m. 
1856, Martha, dau. of late Joseph Bow- 
mer, of Lancayo House ; is D.L., J.P. 
Derbyshire (sheriff 1895), assumed addtl. 
name of Bagshawe by royal licence 1879 : 
National club ; Ford Hall, Chapel-en-le- 
Frith ; Banner Cross, Sheffield. 

Bagwell, Richard, m.a. Ch. Ch.Oxon.; 
eld. s. of late J. Bagwell, M.P. ; b. 1840 ; 
m, 1873, Harriette, 4 dau. of P. J. Newton, 
of Dunleckney, co. Carlow ; barr. Inner 
Temple, 1866 ; J. P., D.L. co. Tipperary 
(sheriff 1869), J.P. co.Waterford : Oxford 
and Cambridge and Kildare St. (Dublin; 
clubs ; Marlfield, Clonmel,co. Tipperary. 

Baikie, Alfred, youngest s. of Wm. 
L. Cowan, by niece of late Jas. Baikie, 
of Tankerness, co. Orkney ; b. 1861 ; m. I 


1, 1888, Annie Traill, dau. {d. 1896 j of 
Ralph Fotheringhame, of Kirkwall ; 2, 
1902. Mary Anne S., dau, of late Thos. 
Traill, of Holland, Orkney, d.l., j.p. ; 
assumed name of Baikie, in lieu of Cowan 
1898, D.L., J.P. CO. Orkney and Shet- 
land (vice-lieut. from 1907 and pres. 
and cbm. Terrilrl. Force Assoc, from 
1908) : Hall of Tankemess, Kirkwall, co. 

Bailey, t-ide Miles-Bailey. 

Bailey, Abe,only s.of hon.Thos.Bailey, 
of (^ueeusiown. Cape Colony; b. 1864; 
III. 1894, Caroline M. S., dau. of John 
Paddon, of Sydenham ; one of H.M.'s 
lieuLs. for the City of London, J.P. 
(1902) Sussex, capt. Sussex 1. Y. 1902-8, 
late memb. legisl. assembly, Capr 
Colony : Marlborough club ; Yewhurst, 
East Grinstead; Clewer House, 
Johanntsburg, S. Africa, and Rust-en- 
Vrede, Muizenlerg, Cape Colony. 

Bailey, Albert Henson, eld. s. of 
Jabez Bailev, of Fiuedon, Northants; b 
1858 ; m. 1883, dau. of Wm. EUson, of 
Fiuedon, Northants ; j.p .(1906) Nortli- 
ants : The Woodfield, Fiuedon, Welling- 

Bailey, Alfred Jas., s. of Thos. Baile> . 
of Scredington, co. Lincoln ; b. 1868 ; 
m. 1899, dau. of A. J. Batt, of Sheffield, 
Yorks ; j.p. (1908) W. R. Yorks : 55 
Burngreave rd. Sheffield. 

Bailey, hon. Arthur, 3 s. of 1 baron 
Glanusk ; b. 1868. 

Bailey, Arthur Anthony Wm., s. of 
E. C. Bailey, of Norwich ; 6. 1861 ; m. 
1896, Helen Margaret, dau. of Thos. 
Edwd. Yorke, of Bewerley Hall and Hal- 
ton Place, Yorks; j.p. (1896) Norfolk, 
late capt. and hon. maj. 4 battn. (mil.) 
Lincolnshire regt. : Wramplingham 
Hall, nr. Wymondham. 

Bailey, Benjn., eld. s. of Thos. Bailey, 
of Chedington, Somerset; b. 1856; in. 
1885, Ada Aurelia, eld. dau. of H. Mundy , 
of Broadwey, Dorset ; J.p. (1906) Essex : 
Rodenhurst, 33 Coventry rd. Ilford ; 21 
Ironmonger la. E.C. 

Bailey, Charles Fredk., eld. s. of late 
C. Bailey, of Lee Abbey, Devon ; b. 1836 ; 
TO. 1863, Emily Jeannette, eld. dau. of late 
Chas. Norris Wilde, by hon. Emily T. C. , 
only dau. of 1 baron Truro ; is d.l., j.p. 
Devon : Lee Abbey, Lynton, N. Devon. 

Bailey, It.-col. Edmund Wyndham 
Grevis, eld. s. of rev. Jas. Sandford 
Bailey, m.a., by dau. {d. 1875) of 
late D. Grevis-James, of Ightham Court, 
Kent, D.L., J.P. ; b. 1858; in. 1885, 
Alberta Sylva, only dau. of late Jas. 
Evelyn, capt. gren. gds. ; J.P. Kent, 



served in Malta during S. African war 
1900-1, hou. It.-coL in the array 1901, 
It.-col. 3 battn. (mil.) R. W. Kent 
regt. 1901-fi : Jun. Constitutional and 
Jun. United Service clubs ; Ightham 
Court, Sevenoaks, Kent. 

Bailey, Hy. .las., s. of late Joseph 
Bailey, of Easton Court,, Herefordshire, 
J. P.. bro. to 1 baron G- anusk ; b. 1844; 
7/1. 1871,Edith Anne, dau.of Jsph. Tarratt; 
D.L., J. P. Herefordshire: Oxford and 
Cambridge club ; Rowden Abbey, Brom- 
yard, CO. Hereford. 

Bailey, hon. Herbert Crawshay, 4 s. 
of 1 baron Olanusk ; b. 1871 ; m. 1908, 
Kathleen Mary, 2 dau. of sir Shirley 
H. Salr, 3 bart. ; barr. Inntr Temple 
lb97 : 5 Bury st. St. .lamps', S.W. ; 3 
King's Hench walk, Temila, E.C. j 9 
Br dge st. We tminster. S.W. 

Bailey, Irvine, s. of C. I. C. Bailey, 
of Brond( sbury, co. London; h. 1864; 
771. 1897, Elien, dau. of W. Boodle, of 
Cheltenham: J. P. (1903) Warwickshire: 
Wilnecote Hall, Tarn worth. 

Bailey,oir James, s. of late Wm. Bailey, 
of Kensington House.Mattishall.Norfolk; 
b. 1840; m. 1, 1869, Catherine, dau. (</. 
1892) of J. Smith, of Benson. Oxon. ; 2, 
1896, Lily, 2 dau. of A. Fass, of 32 
Queen's gate gdn". S.W. ; is j.p. (1895) 
Essex, D.L. (1899) Norfolk, m.p. (c.) 
Newington (Walworth divn.) 1895-1906, 
knighted 1905 : 58 Rutland gate, S.W. ; 
Carlton, Jun. Carlton and Constitutional 
club- ; Lofts Hall, Saffron Walden. 

Bailey, JohnCann, s. of E. C. Bail y, 
of Norwich; b. 1864; m. 19i'0, hon. 
Sarah Kathleen, 6 dau. of 4 baron 
Lyttelton, b. 1870 ; barr. Inner Temple 
1^(92. asst. priv. sec. to rt. hon. Geo. 
Wyndham, m.p. (und. sec. of state for 
war) in 1900: 20 Egerton gdns. S.W. ; 
Athenaeum and Windham clubs. 

Bailey, John Cuthhert, s. of Jofm 
Bailey, of Odd Rode, Cheshire ; b. 1856 ; 
m. 1880, Sidney Marie J., da", of late 
Tho^. Alcock. of New York ; j.p. (1900) 
St 'ff^ : New Park, Treutham, Staffs. 

Bailey, hon. Jotm Launcelot, 5 s. of 1 
baron Glanusk ; 6. 1878 ; ni. 19o3, Vivien 
D., 2 dau. of late F. G. Carfv, of Frog- 
more, Ceylon : Rougehuis, Guernsey. 

Bailey, Percy Hy. Have lock, younger 
s. of col. Bailey, late R.E. ; b. 1883; m. 
1908, hon. Isabel Nora Gwendoline, dau. 
of 1 baron Kinross, b. 1885 ; It. Ind. 
army from 1904. 

Bailey, Rowland, M.v.o.5 class (1902), 
i.s.o. (19U4), controller of Stores, H.M. 
OfRf^e of Works 18^3-190.'), controller 
H.M. Stationery Office and King's 

printer of Acts of Parli9ment from 1906 : 
H.M. Stationery Office, Prince's et. 
Wostminstf r, S.W. 

Bailey, Thos.,j.p. (1907) E. H. Yorks : 
Kingston Lodge, Hesslc, Yorks. 

Bailey, Walter Samuel, .i.p. E. R. 
Yorks and co. London : Prwlett L< dg^', 
Cross Deep, Twickenham; 14 Bruns- 
witk terr. Brighton ; The W^ite Hall, 
Winestead, Holderness, E. Yorks ; Con- 
servative club. 

Bailey, maj. hon. Wm., 2 s. of 1 
baron Glanusk ; 6. 1867 ; maj. 11 huss. 
1904-8, ret. p. 1908. 

Bailey, Wm. Fredk.. o.B. (1906), b.a., 
eld. 8. of William Bailey, m.d , ii.n., of 
CastletoAvn Conyers, co. Limerick ; b. 
18.'i7; Irish barr. 1881, estates commr. 
under the Land Acts, Ireland : Royal 
Societies club ; 3 Earlfort terr. Dublin, 

Bailey, Wm. Geo., j.p. (1905), Lanca- 
shire: May Vill'x.Failsworth, Manchester. 

Bailey, sir Wm. Hy., eld. s. of John 
Bailey, of Salford ; b. 1838 ; m. 1867. Jane 
D.,dau.(dl904)of W. Doming, of Astley, 
Lanes.; J. P. (1894) Lancashire and Salford 
(mayor 1893-4), gov. of John Rylands 
Libr:iry, Manchester, of Univ. Coll. of 
Wales, Aberystwyth, dir. Manchester 
Ship Canal Co., pres. Manchester Shake- 
speare Soc, Literary and Philosophical 
Soc, ttc, man. dir. of W. H. Bailey & 
Co., Ltd., Salford, inventor and patentee 
of the Perpetual Tidal Recorder, Pyio- 
mtters, &c , <fec., knighted 1894 : Sale 
Hall, Sale, Cheshire. 

Bailey, hon. Elizabeth Mabel, 6. 1862 ; 
hon. Margaret Elinor, b. 1873 ; hon. 
Gwlad3's Mary, 6. 1875 ; daus. of 1 baron 

Bailey,mrs. Emily J., only cliild of late 
Wm. Simmons, of Clifton. Br'-^to! : m. 
1863, John Fredk. Bailey, of Wedmore 
Manor, Somerset (d. 1892) : Manor 
House, Wedmore, vVeston-su per- Mare. 

Bailey, hon. mrs. Isabel N. G., vide 
Percival Hy. Havelock Bailey. 

Bailhache, Clement Meachor, K.c, 
LL.B., barr. Middle Temide 1889, K.C. 
1908 : St, Margarets, High rd. Whet- 
stone, N. ; 3 Elm court. Temple, E.G. 

Bailie, maj. -gen. Thomas Maubourg, 
s. of col.Thos. Maubourg Bailie,H.E.r.c.8.; 
b. 1844; m. 1886, Amy E., dau. of sir 
Wm. Miller, 1 bart., of Manderston, co. 
Berwick ; maj.-gen. 1893,ret.p. 1896; J.P. 
Berks: 54 Sloane st. S.W. ; Naval and 
Military club ; Caldecot House, Abing- 

Bailie, mrp. Charlotte J., eld. dau. of 
capt. Wm. Cossart Carleton ; m. 1850, 
cousin maj. Jas. Bailie, 87 R.I. Fus., of 



Riagdafterin, co. Down, J.P, {d. 189f)): 
Ringdufforin, nr. Killyleigh, co. Down. 

Baillie, vide Buchanan-Baillie-Hamil- 

Baillie, vide Coclirane-Baillie. 
Baillie, rev. canon Albert Victor,M.A. 
Cantab., 3 s. of Evan P. Montagu Baillie 
{d. 1874), by dau. of 7 earl of Elgin, and 
grands, of Evan Baillie, of Dochfo ir, 
Inverness-shire {d. 1883) ; b. 1864 ; m. 
1898, hon. Constance E. dan. of 8 vise. 
Boyne, h. 186(5 ;hon. canon of Worcester 
from 1906 ; R.D. and rect. from 1898 
of Rugby. 

Baillie, sir Gawaine Geo. Stuart, 5 bt. 
(1823), of Polkemmet. eld. s. of 4 bt. (d. 
1907) ; b. 1893 {Heir,hro. Adrian W. M., 
b. 1898) : Middleton House, Victoria rd. 

Baillie, gen. Jas. Cadogan Parkinson, 
8. of J. Thoy Baillie : in Indian mntinv 
1857-9, gen. 1894, Bengal inf., on U.S. list 

Baillie, Jas. Evan Bruce, m.v.o. 4 
class (1 90,")), V. D. (1906), eld. s. of Evan P. 
Montagu Baillie ( d 1 874 ) , by dau. of 7 earl 
of Elgin, and grands, of Evan Baillie, of 
Dochfour, Inverness-shire {d. 1883) ; h 
1859; m. 1894, hon. Nellie Lisa, only 
child and heir pres. of 1 baron Burton, b. 
1873 ; J.P. CO. Inverness, M. P. (c.) Inver- 
ness-shire 1895-1900, late capt. 3 battn. 
(rail.) North'd. Fus., It.-col. commdt. 
and hon. col. Highland R.G.A. (vols.) 
1894, vice-chm. co. Inverness Territrl. 
Force Assoc, from 1908 : 71 South Audley 
St. W. ; Carlton club ; Dochfour, Inver- 
ness, N.B. 

Baillie, Ronald Hugh, eld. s. of gen. 
D. Baillie, of Loch Loy, co. Nairn {d. 
1890) ; b. 1863 ; m. 1897, Elizabeth M., dau. 
of maj. J. Rose, of Kilravock, formerly 
lord lieut. of co. Nairn ; Scotch advocate 
1887, D.L., J.P. CO. Nairn, sheriff substi- 
tute of Roxburgh, Berwick and Selkirk 
1897: Carlton and New (Edinburgh) 
clubs ; Jedbank, Jedburgh, N.B. 

Baillie, lady Blanche Harriet Emma, 
sis. of 4 earl of Malmesbury ; b. 1860 ; 
m. 1877, capt. Eras. Baillie, 60 rif. 
{d. 1879), only s. of rt. hon. H. Baillie, of 
Redcastle, co. Ross : 5 Marble Arch, W. 
Baillie, mrs. Duncan. Anna G. youn- 
ger dau. of late rev. G. A. Burnaby, of 
Somerby Hall, Leicestershire; m. 1862, 
It.-gen. Duncan Jas. Baillie, of Loch Loy, 
Nairnshire, D.L. {d. 1890) : Loch Loy, 
Nairn, N.B, 

Baillie, lady. — Isabel, dau. of David 
E. Wilkie, of Melbourne, Australia and 
Ratho Byres, Midlothian ; m. 1887, sir 
Robt. Alex. Baillie, 4 bart., of Polkem- 

met ((/. 1907) : Middleton Ho use,Victoria 
rd. Colchester. 

Baillie, Mary, lady. — dau. of Stair H. 
Stewart, of Physgill, Wigtonshire ; vi. 
1846, sir Wm. Baillie, 2 bart. {d. 1890) : 
Polkemmet, Whitburn, Linlithgowshire. 

Baillie, hon. mrs. Nellie Lisa, vide 
Jas. Evan Bruce Baillie. 

Baillie - Hamilton, rev. the hon. 
Arthur Charles, m.a. Durham, s. of 10 
eirl of Haddington: h. 1838; m. 1866, 
Alice Anne, 3 dau. (jh 1908) of sir David 
Baird. 2 bart. ; J.P. Suffolk, dioc. insp. of 
schools 1886, rect. of Combs, Stowmarket, 
1883-95, vicar of Badley, Suffolk, 1884-95 : 
New club ; Burley Lodge, Ringwood, 
Hants ; La Heronuiere, Guernsey. 

Baillie-Hamilton, hon. Chas. Wm., 
2 s. of lord Binning ; h. 1900. 

Baillie-Harailton, hon. Geo., eld. s. of 
lord Binning ; 6. 1894. 

Baillie-Hamilton, capt. hon. Henry 
Robt. Arden-, 3 s. of 11 earl of Hadding- 
ton ; b. 1862 ; capt. coldst. gds. 1897-8. 
ret. 1898. J.P. (18—) Berwickshire and 
(1902) Cheshire : Arderne Hall, Tar- 

Baillie-Hamilton, James, youngest 
e. of adm. Wm. Alex. Baillie-Hamilton {d. 
1881), bv only sis. of 1 duke of Abercorn, 
K.G. ; h' 1850 ; m. 1886, lady Evelyn, 4 
dau. of 8 duke of Argyll, K.G., K.T. ; b. 

Baillie-Hamilton, sir Wm. Alexr., 
K.c.M.G. (1897), c.B. (1892), eld. survg. g. 
of adml. Wm. Alex. Baillie-Hamilton 
{d. 1881) by lady Harriet, only sis. of 
1 duke of Abercorn, K.G. ; b. 1844 ; m. 
1871, Mary A., only dau. of rev. J. 
Mossop ; sec. to the Colonial conference 
1887 ; priv. sec. to sec. of state for the 
Colonies 1886-92, chief clerk, Colonial 
office from 1896, officer of arms of order 
of St. Michael and St. George from 1901 ; 
It.-col. and hon. col. Lothians and 
Berwickshire I.Y. 1896-1906 : 55 Sloane 
St. S.W. 

Baillie-Hamilton, lady Frances, dau. 
of 10 earl of Haddington ; h. 1829 : Tyn- 
inghame, Prestonkirk, Haddington. 

Baillie-Hamilton, hon, mrs. Henry, 
hon. Harriet F.,dau. of 5 Baron Polwarth; 
b. 1845; m. 1872, hon. Henry Baillie- 
Hamilton, ret. commdr. R.N. (d. 1895), 4 
s. of 10 earl of Haddington : Lennel 
Bank, Coldstream, Berwickshire. 

Baillie-Hamilton, hon, mrs. Robert, 
Mary G., dau. of sir J. Pringle, 5 bart. ; 
m. 1861, hon. Robt. Baillie-Hamilton, late 
maj. 44 foot, D.L. , J. P., M.P. (o.) Berwick- 
shire 1874-80 {d. 1891) : Langton Duns, 
Berwickshire, N.B. 



Baillie-Hamilton, hon. Helen, dar. 
of lord Binning ; b. 189u. 

Baillie-Hamilton. lady Ruth, b. 
1855; lady Grisell, 6.1861 ; lady Cecely, 
b. 1868, daus. of 11 earl of Haddington. 

Bailward, Thos. Hy. Methuen, s. of 
John Bailward, of Horsington Manor, 
Somerset (d. 1868); b. 1843; m. 1882, 
Margaret E., dau. of Hy. Hobhouse, J. P., 
of Hadspen House, Somerset; J. P. Somer- 
set : Manor House, Horsington, Bath, 

Baily, Albert Wm. Shore, 3 s.of Alex. 
Baily, of Glastonbury. Somerset ; b. 
1840 ; m. I, 1872, dau. of Thos. Millear, 
of E'lcarley, Glastonbury, Somerset ; 
2, 1897, Marie Sidonie. dau. of John 
Jones, of Swansea ; J. p. (1904) Somerset : 
Beckery House, Glastonbury. 

Bain, Fredk. Donald, eld. s. of David 
Wise Bain, of Portreath, Cornwall, j.p, 
{d. 1898) ; b. 1858 ; m. 1897, Evelyn 
Mary, dau. of Clement Conington, of 
Hagworthingham, Lincolnshire ; j.p, 
(1898) Cornwall, capt. and hon. maj. 1 
vol. battn. Duke of Cornwall's L.I. 1895- 
1907 : Glencroft, Portreath, Cornwall. 

Bain, col. Jas. Robt., younger p. of sir 
James Bain, knt., M.P., D.L., j.p. {d. 
1898) ; b. 1851; m. 1886, Lily, youngest 
dau. of sir Geo. Burton, c.J. of 
Ontario ; D.L., J.P. Cumberland, It .-col. 
(hon. col. 1895) 3 battn. (mil.) Bord. regt. 
1892-1902, M.P. (c.) W. Cumberland 
1900-6 : 7 Sloane court west, S.W. ; Juo. 
Carlton club; Bolton Hall, Gosforth, 

Bain, John Dove, eld. b. of sir J. Bain, 
knt., of Crofthead, Cumberland, m.p., 
D.L.,j.p. (d. 1898); b. 1848 : J.P. Cumber- 
land and Lanarkshire : Crofthead, Har- 
rington, Cumbld. 

Bain, John Hitchins, 2 s. of David 
Wise Bain, of Portreath, Cornwall, j.p. 
(d. 1898); '6. 1860; m. 1907, Winifrid 
Annandale, eld. dau. of Wm. Town j.p. 
\rork8; J.p. (1898) Devon: Trevenson, 
Carn Brea S.O. Cornwall. 

Bainbridge, Cuthbert, only s. of 
Richd. Martin, of Wolsingham, co. 
Durham ; b. 1860 ; 7n. 1889, 2 dau. of T. E. 
Fen wick, of Wolsingham, co. Durham, 
J.p. ; is J.p. (1897) co. Durham. 

Bainbridge, col. sir Edmond, k.c.b. 
(1903), R.A. (ret. p. 1898), 3 s. of Thos. 
Drake Bainbridge, of Down Hall, Epsom, 
Surrey ; b. 1841 ; m. 1, 1866, Emma 
Louisa, dau. of col. Jas. Dundas Tulloch, 
90 regt. ; 2,1881, Kate, dau. of John 
Page, of Southend, Essex, j.p. ; supt. 
Royal Laboratory, Woolwich, 1892-99, 
chief supt. Ordnance Factories 1899- 

1903 : Army and Navy club : Norman- 
hurst, Sheriugham S.O. Noifolk. 

Bainbridge, Emerson Muschamp, s. 
of late Emerson Bainbridge, of Eshott 
Hall, Northumb. ; M.P. (L.) Lincolnshire 
(Gainsborough divn.) 1895-1900 : 47 
Upper Grosvenor st. W. ; Reform and 
Bath clubs ; Auchnashellach, Ross-shire ; 
Villa Roquebrune, Alpes Maritime s, 

Bainbridge, maj.-gen. Fredk. Thos., 
s. of late Hy. Bainbridge, of Kensington ; 
b. 1834 ; m. 1, 1869, Ann, dau. of dr. Col- 
lins, Indian med. dept. ; 2, 1879, Blanche, 
dau. of col. Dring, A.P.D. ; served in 
Indian mutiny 1857-9, Sikkim 1860, 
Abyssinian expdn. 1867-8, Hazai-a field 
force 1868, Afghan war 1878-9, Wuzeeree 
expdn. 1881, maj.-gen. Ind. armv, on U.S. 
list 1892 : 16 St. James' sq. S.W. ; E. L 
United Service club. 

Bainbridge, surg.-gen. Geo., m.u. 
Durh., surg.-gen. Ind. Med. Est. (Bom- 
bay) 1897-1902, ret. 1902. 

Bainbridge, George Bargate, s. of 
late Emerson M. Bainbridge, of Eshott 
Hall, Felton, J.P. ; b. 1850 ; in. 1873, dau. 
of John Gibson, of Newcastle-on-Tyne ; 
is J.P. Northumberland : Espley Hall, 
Morpeth ; Glenfinnan, Inverness-shire. 

Baines, bp. vide Natal. 

Baines, Arthur, j.p. (1900) Glouces- 
tershire : triey House, Dursley, Glos. 

Baines, Arthur Paine, j.p, (1907) 
W. R. Yorks. : The Heath, Adel, nr. 

Baines, col. Cuthbert Johnson, 2 s. of 
It. -col. Baines, 32 regt., of Hove, Sussex, 
u.L. ; b. 1856 ; m. 1884, Ada Cornelia, 
dau, of col. H. B. 0. Savile, C.B., j.p, of 
Clifton, Glos. ; j.p. Glo'stershire : The 
Lawn, Shirehamptou, nr, Bristol 

Baines, FrederickEbenezer,c,B.(1885), 
s.of E. M. Barnes ; b. 1832 ; m. 1887, Laura, 
eld, dau. of Walter Baily, m.a., of Hamp- 
stead, N.W. ; surv. gen, (Telegraphs) 
1875, assist, sec, G,P,0, and insp,-gen. 
of mails 1881-93. 

Baines, G^o. Hy. eld. s. of Geo. Baines, 
of Leicester, J.P. ; b. 1843 ; m. 1872, 
Dorothy Wilson, dau. (d. 1905) of sir 
Wm. Gray, of Greatham, co. Durham 
is J.p. (1896) CO. Durham: Bradgate, 
West Hartlepool, co. Durham. 

Baines, sir Jervoise Athelstane, 
C.S.I. (1894), s. of late rev, Edwd, Baines, 
vicar of Yalding,Kent ; b. 1847 ; to.1874, 
Constance, dau. of late Hy.T yne ; I.C.S. 
Bombay) 1870-95, ret. 1895, aldm. 
L.C.C. 1898-1902, knighted 1905 : Reform 
and Liberal Union clubs ; Home Close, 
KidliDgton, Oxon. 




Baines, Matthew Talbot, m.a. Can- 
tab, eld. s. of L. T. Baines, of Westbrook, 
Horsham, Sussex, J. P. (d, 1905); b. 1863 ; 
m. 1892, H. Eveleigh, eld. dan. of Wra. 
Rose Holden, of l.H Victoria park,Dover ; 
J.P. (1888) W. R. York« and (1899) 
Wiltshire, small holdings commr. Board 
of A.gricultiire and Fisheries : New Uni- 
ver'jity club ; Westbrook, Horsham. 

Baines, Wm.Mortimer,P.R.G.R., only s 
of H. M. Baines, of Bell Hall {d. 1874) ; 
b. 1830 ; joint lord of manor of Deighton 
and lord of manor of Wigginton, both in 
Yorks : Bell Hall, Naburn, York. 

Baird, sir Alex., 1 bart. (1897) of Urie. 
eld. 8. of J. Baird (d 1870), D.L., j.P. of 
Urie, Stonehaven, N.B. ; b. 1849 ; m. 1873, 
hon. Annette M., elder dau. {d. 1884) of 
1 baron Haldon ; lord-lieutenant of Kin- 
cardineshire, D.L. Inverness-shir'^ nnd 
Aberdeen City, pres. co. Kincardine 
Territrl Force Assoc, from 1908 {Heir, s. 
John Lawrence, q.v.) : Urie, nr. Stone- 
haven. N .B. ; Carlton club. 

Baird maj. sir David, 3 bart. (1809) 
of Newbyth, eld. survg. s. of 2 bart. {d. 
1852), by eld. dau. of 1 marq. of Ailsa ; b. 
1832 ; TO. 1864, hon. Ellen, 2 dau. of 12 
and last baron Blantyre, b. 1846; with 74 
foot in Kaffir war 1851-2 ; in Crimea, and 
Indian mutiny on lord Clyde's staff ; 
capt. late 98 foot, D.L. Haddingtonshire 
and Midlothian {Heir, capt. David, h. 
1866): Army and Navy, and White's 
club« : Newbyth, Preston Kirk, N.B. 

Baird, col. Edwd. Wm. David, 6 s. of 
Wm. Baird, of Elie,co.Fife, M.P. (rf.l864); 
h. 1864 ; m. 1893, Millicent B. 2 dau. of 
raaj.-gen. sir Stanley deA. C. Clarke, 
G.C.V.O.. c.M.G. ; 18 J.P. (1897) Suffolk, 
late capt. 10 huss., served with Impl. 
yeom., S. African war 1900, hon. maj. 
in the army 1901, It.-col. commdg. (hon. 
col. 1906) Suffolk Huss. I. Y. 1901-6 : 
Turf club ; Exning House, Newmarket ; 
Forse House, Lybster, Wick, N.B. 

Baird. John Geo. Alex., 3 s. of late 
Wra. Baird,of Elie, co. Fife, m. p. [d. 1864 ); 
b. 1854 ; m. 1880, Susan G-eorgiana, elder 
dau. of rt. hon. sir Jas. Fergusson, 6 
bart., P.O., G.C.S.I., k.c.m.g. ; d.l., j.p. co. 
Ayr and Glasgow, late 16 lancers, Ic- 
col. Ayrshire yeo. from 1901, vice-chm. 
CO HaddingtonTerritrl.ForceAssoc. from 
1908 ; M.P. (c.) Glasgow (Central divn.) 
1886-1906 : 89 Eaton sq. S.W. ; Carlton 
club ; Colstoun, Haddington ; Wellwood, 
Muirkirk, N.B. 

Baird, adml. sir John Kennedy 
Brskine. K.C.R., s. of sir David Baird, 2 
bart. of Newbyth, Preston Kirk {d. 1852) ; 
b. 1832 ; m. 1905, Constance Barbara,eld. 

dau. of late Edwd. Clarke, of Avi-ihays, 
Chard : late Queen Victoria,com- 
mdr -in-chief in Pacific 1884-5, adm.supt. 
of Naval reserves 1885-8, commdg. chan 
nel squadron 1888-90, adml. 1892, ret. 
list 1897 : United Service, Army and 
Navv, and R.Y.S. clubs ; Woodside, 
Woottou, Isl- of Wight. 

Baird, John Lawrence, C.M.G. (1904), 
eld. 8. of sir Alex. Baird, 1 bt. of Urie, 
by eld. dau. (r7.1884) of 1 baron Haldon ; 
h. 1874; m. 1905. laiy Ethel Sydney, 
eld. dau. of 10 earl of Kintore, h. 1874 ; 
formerly 2 It. Lanarkshire I.Y., capt. 
Scottish Horse I.Y. from 1906 ; d.l. 
Kincardineshire, 2 sec. in diplomatic 
service from 1902, actg. agent and 
consiil-gen in Abyssinia 1904. 

Baird. Wm., eld. survg. s. of W.Baird 
of Elie, CO. Fife, M.P. {d. 1864) ; b. 1848 ; 
m. 1883, Caroline M., dau. of late J. A. B. 
Callander, of Preston Hall, Midlothian ; 
J.P CO. Fife, D.L., J.P. CO. Ayr and Riit- 

1 md (sheriff 1894), I'^teM.K.H.Cottesm'-'re, 
Rutland It.-col. commdt. (hon. col. 1889) 
Fife R.G.A. (mil.) 1889-96, hon. col. of 
the regt,. from 1904: Carlton, Turf and 
Conservative clubs; Elie House, Fife; 
Deanscroft. Oakham, Rutland. 

Baird, Wm. Arthur, 2 s. of sir David 
Baird, 3 bt. of Newbyth, by hon. Ellen, 

2 dau. of 12 and last baron Blantyre ; b. 
1879 ; m. 1908, lady Bersey Constance E., 

3 dau. of 4 marq. Conyngham, 6. 1887 ; 
D.L.,J.P. Renfrew shire, J.P. East Lothian, 
It. Lothians and Border Horse Yeo. from 
1901 : Bachelors', Caledonian, and New 
(Edinburgh) clubs; Erskine House, 
Bishopton S.O. Renfrewshire ; Lennox- 
love, Haddington ; Wedderlea, Berwick- 

Baird, col. sir Wm. Jas. Gardiner, 
8 bart. (1695) of Saughton Hall, only 
survg. s. of 7 bart. of Saughton Hall 
{d. 1896); b. 1854; m. 1879, hon. 
Arabella R., eld. dau. of 1 baron New- 
lands : J.P. and commr. of supply Mid- 
lothian, J.P. East Lothian; late It. 7 
huss.; It.-col. commdg. (hon. col. 1903) 
Lothian & Berwickshire I. Y. 1901-6, ret. 
{Heir, s. Jas. Hosier G., h. 1883) : 
Carlton and New (Edinburgh) clubs ; 
North Berwick, N.B. 

Bairstow, Arthur Wm , K.C., b.a. 
Cautab., eld. s. of. Jas. Bairstow, of 
Halifax ; h. 1855 ; barr. Inner Temple 
1878, K.c. 1908. 

Bairstow, Jas., J.P. (1903) W. R. 
Yorks : Springtield, Cross Hills, nr. 

Bairstow, Walter,sheriff of Northauts 
1908-9 : Elm Lodge, Towcoster. 




Baker, Alfred John, j.p. (1897) Kent : 
The Red House, Beckenham, Keut. 

Baker, bir Augus'iue F., m.a. Trin. 
coll. Dub., s. of Hugh Baker, of Lisma- 
cue, CO. Tipperary ; admiLted a solicitor, 
Irel. 1878, pres. Incorporated Law. Soc. 
Irel. 1903, knighted 1903 : 56 Merrionsq. 
Dublin ; Constitutional, and University 
(Dublin) clubs. 

Baker, rear-adml. Casper Joseph ; 
h. 185- ; rear-adml. on ret. list 1908. 

Baker, sir Edwd. Norman, K.c.s.i. 
(1908). 8. of late Arthur Baker ; h. 1857 ; m. 
1884, Mildred M., dau. of col. Salusbury 
Trevor, k.e. ; I.C.S. 1878, uad. sec.govt. 
of Bengal, finl. dept. 1885, actd. as and. 
sec, govt, of India, fin. and commercrf 
dept. in 1885 and dept. sec. 189:.?, collr. 
of customs 1897, sec. to govt, of Bengal 
and memb. legisl. council 1898, sec. to 
govt, of India, finauce dept. 1902-5, 
financial memb. of gov.-genl.'s council 
1905-8, It.-gov. of Bengal from 1908 : 
Calcutta, and The Yarrows, Simla, India. 

Baker, Fras., b. 1843; m. 1869, Eliza- 
beth, dau. {d. 1898) of laie J. Roseby, 
of Haverholme House, Brigg ; j.p. N. K. 
Yorks : Headon Lodge, Brompton 
S.O. Yorks; Westwood End, Scai- 

Baker, Geo., p.r.g.s., s. of late Geo. 
Baker, of Re gate, Surrey, J.P. ; h. 1839 ; 
m. 1861, Elizabeth J., daii. of John Clode, 
of Gt. Linford, Bucks ; j.p. Essex, one 
of H.M.'s lieutenants for the City of 
London : 66 Mark la. E.C. ; Marryatt's 
Lodge,on the Forest, Snaresbrook, Essex. 

Baker,col. Geo., c.b.(1887), 2 s.of John 
Rose Baker, of Rochester, Kent ; 6. 
1840 ; served with 67 regt. in China 1860, 
Afghan war 1878-80, Burma 1885-7, 
comnd. 20 regtl. dist. (Lancashire Fus.) 
1891-6, ret. p. 1897: Army and Navy 
club ; Manor Farm, Frindsbury, Ro- 

Baker, Geo., eld. s. of Edwd. Baker, 
of Birmingham ; h. 1825 ; m. 1, 1848, 
Rebecca B., dau. of Josiah Pumphrey, 
of Birmingham ; 2, 1879, Gulielina, dau. 
of Frederic Patching, of Birmingham ; 
J.P. Worcestershire and Birmingham: 
Beaucastle, Bewdley : 49 Lee cres. Edg- 
baston, Birmingham. 

Baker (his honor judge), sir Geo. 
Sherston, 4 bart. (1796) ; b. 1846 ; m. 
1873, Jane Mary, dau. of late F. J. 
Fegen, r.n., c.b., of Ballinlonty, co. 
I Tipperary; barr. Lincoln's Ina 1871, 
I rec. of Helston 1886-9, of Barnstaple and 
Bideford from 1889, and J. P., assoc. of 
Inst, de Droit Internl. 1879, author of 
several treatises on municipal and inter- 

national law, late editor of the Jmw 
Ma(/azme and Review, county court judge 
Lincolnshire (circuit No. 17) from 1901 
(ffelr, s. Dudington Geo. R. S., b. 1877) : 
18 Cavendish rd. St. John's Wood, N.W.; 
13 Bank st. Lincoln. 

Baker, Granville Edwin Lloyd, eld. s. 
of T. B. Lloyd Baker, of Hardwicke 
Court, Gloucestershire, D.L., J.p. {d. 
1886) ; b. 1841 ; w. 1868, Catherine, dau. 
{d. 1890) of hon. Arthur Lascelles ; d.l., 
J.p. Gloucestershire (sheriff 1898) : Carl- 
ton club ; Hardwicke Court, Gloucester. 

Baker, Hy. Minter, eld. s. of John 
Baker, of Sandwich ; b. 1839 ; m. 1863, 
dau. of Hy. Tutt, of Dover ; .r.p. (1897) 
Kent : Cobliam Court, Bekesbourne, 

Baker, Hy. Orde L. 2 s. of T. B. 
Lloyd-Baker, of Hardwicke Court, Glou- 
cestershire, D.L., J.P. (d. 1886) ; b. 1842; 
J.p. Glo'stershire : Hardwicke Court, 

Baker, Henry William Clinton, eld. 
s, of Wm. Clinton Baker, of Bayford- 
bury, Herts, J.p. (d. 1903); b. 1865; is 
J.P. {1S%) Herts: Union club; Bay- 
fordbury, Hertford. 

Baker, Herbert Arthur, B.A. Oxon., 
2 8. of sir John Baker, of Portsmouth, 
M.P. ; b. 1875 ; m. 1903, Madeleine, dau. of 
JosephMcGrant, of Kooba, N.S.W.; barr. 
Inner Temple 1902, j.P. (1908) co. Lon- 
don : 39 Palace court, Bayswater, W. ; 
7 New sq. Lincoln's Inn, W.C. ; Raleigh 
and New Oxford and Cambridge cims. 

Baker, Hugh, 3 s. of Laurence J. 
Baker, of Ottershaw Park, Surrey; b. 
1876; J.p. (1908) Wilts.: Reform club ; 
Chedglow Manor, Crudwell, Malmes- 

Baker, Jas., youngest s. of late Thos. 
Baker, of Othery, Somerset; b. 1848; m. 
1872, Caroline, only dau. of late Thos. 
Gregory, of Tiverton, Devon ; j.p. (1906) 
and c.A. Somerset : Manor House, Othery, 

Baker, sir John ; m. 1870, Louisa, 
dau. {d. 1899) of paymaster-in-chief 
Crispin, R.N. ; a woollen merchant and 
outfitter at Portsmouth &c., j.p. Ports- 
mouth, twice mayor, 21 years chm. of 
school board, M.P. (l.) Portsmouth 1892- 
1900 and from 1906, knighted 1895 : 
National Liberal club ; North End 
house, North end, Portsmouth ; 4 
Queen's gdns. Hove, Sussex. 

Baker, Joseph Allen, s. of late Joseph 
Baker, of Maple Ridge Farm, Trenton, 
Ont., Canada ; h. 1852 ; chm. of Joseph 
Baker and Sons, Ltd., of Willesden 
Junction, N.W. and City rd. E.C. ; L.c.c. 



1895-1907, J.P. (1907) Middlx., M.p. (l.) 
E. Firisbury from 1905 : Uonnington, 
Donnington rd. Harlesden, B.W. ; 
National Liberal club. 

Baker, rear-adml. Julian Alleyne ; 
m. 1893, Geraldine E., 3 dau. of gen. 
sir Archibald Alison, 2 bart., g.c.b, ; 
accompanied sir Samuel Baker during 
his expdn. to the Nile 1873, 3 class 
Medjidie ; served with naval brig, in 
Soudan with the Nile expdn. for relief 
of gen. Gordon at Khartoum 1884-5; 
ret. 1898, rear-adml. on ret. list 1903 : 
Rowden House, Bromyard. 

Saker, Lawrence Ingham, s. of Law- 
rence Jas. Baker, of Ottershaw Park, 
Surrey, J.P. ; b. 1862; m. 1885, Helen 
Agnes, youngest dau. of late sir Samuel 
Morton Peto, 1 bt. ; J.P, (1903) Somer- 
set : Wayford Manor, Crewkerne. 

Baker, Lawrence Jas., eld. s. of late 
John Lavv, Baker, of Eastcote Lodge, 
Middlx., late Indian army ; b. 1827 ; ?n. 
1, 1857, Ellen C. Thompson; 2, 1871 
Susan Taylor ; J.P. (1894) Surrey (sheriff 
1898), M.P. (l.) Somerset (Frome divn.) 
1885-6 : 10 Eanismore gdns. S.W.; Otter- 
shaw Park, Chertsey, Surrey. 

Baker, Michael Q-ranville Lloyd, eld. 
R. of Granville Edwin Lloyd Baker, of 
Hardwicke Court, Glos., j.p., by 4 dau. 
of hon. Arthur Lascelles ; b. 1873 ; m. 
1898, hon. Blanche, eld. dau. of 17 baron 
Willoughby de Broke, b. 1872; J.P. 
(1898) Gloucestershire, 2 It. R. Glouces- 
tershire Huss. yeo. from 1905 : The 
Cottage, Hardwicke, Gloucester. 

Baker, sir Randolf Littlehales, 4 
bart. (1802) of Ranston, only s. of rev. 
canon sir T. H. B. Baker, 3 bart. {d. 
1900) ; b. 1879 ; It. Dorset yeo. from 
1905, J.P. (1901) Dorset (^Heir, none): 
Ranston, Blandford, Doiset. 

Baker (hon.), sir Richd. Chaffey, 
K.c.M. G., K.c.jM. A. Cantab., eld. s. of John 
Baker, of Morialta, S. Australia {d.lSll); 
b. 1842 ; TO. 1865, Edith, dau. {d. 
1908) of Richd. B. Colley, of Adelaide, 
S.A. ; barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1864, memb. S. 
Australian leijisl. council 1868-1901, 
special envoy from Australian colonies to 
Gt. Britain to negotiate postal union 
between them 1886-6, a.g. S. Australia in 
1870, niin. of educ. in 1884, pres. of 
legisl. council, 1893-1901, pres. of senate 
of Australia from 1901 : Brougham pi. 
North Adelaide and Morialta, Norton's 
Summit, nr. Adelaide, S. Australia. 

Baker, maj.-gen. Robert John, ret. 
f. p. 1877 as It.-col. M. S. C. 

Baker, Samuel Sidney, eld. s. of John 
Baker, of Hockley, Essex ; b. 1847 : J.P. 

(1906) Essex : Bull wood House, Hockley 
S.O. Essex. 

Baker, Thos., j.p. (1906) Haverford- 
west : Sea View, Little Haven S.O., 

Baker, It.-gen, Thos. Norris, served 
in Sonthal campaign, 1855 ; Indian 
mutiny, 1857-8; Afghan war, 1878-9; 
Burmese expdn., 1885-6, It.-gen. 1894, 
Ind. army, on U.S. list 1894 : Baraset, 
Langley rd. Surbiton, Surrey. 

Baker,Wm.Alfred, j.p. (1908)Glo'ster- 
shire : 60 Mark Hill parade, Cheltenham. 

Baker, Wm. Edmund, j.p. (1906) 
Devon : Rydal Mount, Courtenay rd, 

Baker, Wm. Fredk., s. of Hy. Baker, 
of Willesden, Middlx. {d. 1899) ;to. 1883, 
Isabel M, dau. of Wm. Benson, of Aller- 
wash, Northumberland ; sen, master 
Supreme Court Taxing office : Royal 
Courts of Justice ; Jun, Carlton club ; 
Frognal Dene, Hampstead. 

Baker, Wm, Meath, m,a. Cantab., s. of 
rev. Ralph Bourne Baker, j.P. {d. 1875) ; b. 
1857; TO. 1884, H. Mary, only dau. {d. 1906) 
of R. J. Corbett, ret. capt. Indian staff 
corps, of La Pinedo, Hyeres, France ; is 
J.p. Gloucestershire (sheriff 1896-7) : 
Hasfield Court, near Gloucester. 

Baker, lady. — Amy Susan, dau. of It.- 
col. Marryat ; to. 1875. as his 2 wife, rev, 
canon sir Talbot Hastings Bendall 
Baker, 3 bart. of Ranston {d. 1900) : 
Ranston, Blandford, Dorset. 

Baker, lady.— Florence, dau.of Finian 
von Sass; m. 1860, as his 2 wife, sir 
Samuel White Baker, pasha and maj.- 
gen, of Ottoman Empire, a distinguished 
African traveller and discoverer of the 
Albert N'Yanza, knt, Medjidie, and Os- 
mani6, commd. exped. to suppress slave 
trade in Central Africa, 1869-74, d.l. 
J.p. {d. 1893) : Sandford Orleigh, Newton 

Baker, mrs.,widow of rev.F. W.Baker : 
Sparkeswood, Rolvenden, Ashford, Kent. 

Baker-Baker, Richd., b.a. Cantab., 
eld. 8. of Fras. Baker, of Headon Lodge, 
Brompton, Yorks ; b. 1873 ; m. 1896, 
Annette Lucie, dau. of rev. Hy. Arthur 
Mitton, master of Sherburn hosp. Dur- 
ham ; J.p. (1904) N. R. Yorks: Ebber- 
ston, Snainton S.O. Yorks. 

Baker- Baker, misses, daus. of late 
Henry John Baker-Baker, D.L., j.p., of 
Elemore Hall, co. Durham : Elemore 
Hall, Durham. 

Baker-Carr, maj. Robt, Geo. Tees- 
dale, M.v.o. 4 class (1903), eld. s. of rev. 
Robt. Jas. Baker-Carr, of Abberton 
Hall, CO. Worcester (d. 1886), by Rose 



L. L., only dau. of It.-gen. H.G-. Tees- 
dale, R.H.A. ; b. 1867 ; A.D.C. to viceroy 
of India (earl of Elgin) 1894-9 and (lord 
Ciirzon of Kedleston) 1S99-1905, maj. 
Rif. brig. 1904-6, ret. p. 1906 : Army 
and Navy and Bachelors' clnbs. 

Baker- Cress-well, Addipon Fras., eld. 
s. of capt. Oswin C. Baker-Cresswell, 
late 3 huss., of Cresswell, Northumb. 
J. p. (J. 1886), by eld. dau. (whom. 2,1892, 
2 earl of Ravensworth) of late hon. R. 
Denman ; b. 1874 ; m. 1899, Idonea, 2 dau. 
of S. F. Widdrington, of Newton Hall, 
Northumberland ; d.l.,j.p. (1900) North- 
umberland, late 2 It, Scots gds., capt. 
Northumberland Huss. I.Y. 1900-2: 
Harehope. Alnwick. 

Baker-Cresswell, Gilfrid Geo., 2 s. of 
0. A. Baker-Cresswell, of Cresswell, 
Northumberland ; b. 1848 ; 7/i. 1876, Alicf 
Astley, dau. of sir Actley Paston Cooper. 
2 bart. ; J. P. Worcestershire : 31 
Ecclestou sq. S.W. ; Jun. United Service 

Baker-Cresswell, missElizabeth J. I., 
2 dau. of Addison John Baker-Cresswell, 
of Cresswell, Northumb, D.L., J.P. {d. 
1879) : Preston Tower, Chathill S.O. 

Baker- Wilbraham, Geo. Barrington, 
M.A. Oxon., 2 s. of sir Geo. Baker, 3 bart., 
of Loventor (d. 1882) ; b. 1845 ; m. 1872, 
Katharine F., only child and heir of gen. 
sir Richd. Wilbraham, k.c.b. of Rode 
Hall, Cheshire {d. 1900) ; barr. Lincoln's 
Inn 1870 ; J.P. Cheshire ; assumed by 
royal licence addtl. name of Wilbraham 
1900 : Athenaum club ; Rode Hall, 

Balcarres, lord, David Alex. Edwd. 
Lindsay, B.A., f.s.a. (Lond.) and f.s.a. 
(Scot.), eld. 8. of earl of Crawford ; b, 
1871 ; m. 1900, Constance, younger dau. 
of late sir Henry Pelly, l\ bart. M.p. by 
dan. of 9 earl of Wemyss ; capt. 1 vol. 
battn. Manchester regt. 1898-1903, trustee 
National Portrait Gallery, officer of 
order of Leopold of Belgium, a jun. 
lord of the treas. 1903-5, M.P. (c.) N. 
Lancashire (Chorley divn.) from 1895 : 
7 Audley sq. W. ; Carlton club ; Haigh 
Hall, Wigan ; Balcarres, Fife. 

Balden, Robt. Swan, eld. s. of John 
Balden, of Hexham. Northumb.; b. 1857; 
m. 1895, Julia, dau. of Wm. Whiteley, of 
Hanging Heaton, Yorks ; J.P. (1901) 
W. R. Yorks : By well, Leeds rd. Hang- 
ing Heaton, Dewsbury. 

Balding, Daniel Barley, v.d., f.r.c.s., 
eld. s. of Jas. Balding,^., of Bark- 
way, Herts; b. 1830 ; is J.P. Cambridge- 
shire and Hertfordshire, H.M.'s coroner 

I for Herts, surg.-lt.-col- ret. I (Hertford- 
shire) vol.battn.Bedfoidshire regt.: Royal 
I Societies club ; The Beeches, Royston, 
'' Herts. 

Baldock, Edwd. Holmes, s. of E. H. 
Baldock, M.p. {d. 1875), by dau. of sir A. 
Corbet, 2 bart. ; b. 1853 ; m. 1880, Agnes 
J. 3 dau. of Jas. J. Bibby, J. p., of Hard- 
wicke Grange,Salop : J.P. Leicestershire ; 
col. commdg. 3 County of London 
(Sharpshooters) Yeo. from 1904 : 8 Gros- 
venor pi. S.W. : Carlton, Boodle's and 
Pratt's clubs ; Craven Lodge, Melton 

Baldock, brig.-gen. Thos. Stanford, 
r.a,, c.b. (1902). s. of Wm. Baldock ; b. 
1854; 7n. 1885, Eleanor, dau. of maj. -gen. 
Markham Le Fer Taylor, r.a.; served 
in S. African war 1900-2, brig.-gen. 
commdg. arty. div. from 1907, col. 1907 : 
Baprhild Couit, Sittingbourne, Kent. 

Baldock, It.-coL Wm. Stanford, r.a. 
(ret.); b. 1847; It.-col. r.a. ret. p. 1892, 
J.P. (1908) Somerset : Sunnycroft, 
Wcllesley Park, Wellington, Somerset. 

Baldry, Hy. Osborne, 2 s. of late Jas. 
Dunford Baldry, of 2 Queen Square pi. 
Queen Anne's mans. Westminster, S.W. ; 
J.F. (1900) Beds: St. Stephen's club; 
Rushmere Lodge, Leighton Buzzard. 

Baldwin, maj.- gen. Fredk., R.M.L.r.; 
b. 1845; served in China 1867-9, 
Egyptian war 1882, 4 class Medjidie ; 
Su^kin 1884, maj .-gen. 1902. 

Baldwin, Godfiey Wm. Ainsworth, 
eld. 8. of capt. Ormerod Pilkington 
Baldwin, of The Meads, Eastbourne, J.P.; 
b. 1869 ; m. 1904, Gertrude, youngest 
dau. of late Jas. Luddingt' n, of Little- 
port, Cambs ; J.P. (1897) Suffolk : Pippin 
Park, Lid gate, Newmarket. 

Baldwin, Ivo Wm., s. of Jas. Bald v\ in, 
of Gloucester; b. 1806; 7/1. 1888, dau. of 
C. Mason, of Ruardeau, co. Gloucester ; 
J.P. (1908) Glo'stershire : Oakleigh, 
Ruardean, Miclieldean S.O. Glos. 

Baldwin, Jas., j.p. (1895) Worcester- 
shire ; maj. Q. O. Worcestershire Huss. 
Yeo. from 1901 : Groveley, Northfield, 
CO. Worcester. 

Baldwin, maj. John Grey, H.M.'s con- 
sul-gen. at Dakar for French Western 
Africa (with exception of Colony of 
Dahomey), also for the German Colony 
of Togolaud and for Portuguese Guinea 
from 1908: Briiish Consulate-General, 
Dakar, W. Africa. 

Baldwin, capt. John Henry, 3 s. of 
late Wm. Wriothesley Turner Baldwin, 
of Stede Hill, Kent ; b. 1841 ; m. 1. 1881, 
Charlotte A., dau. {d. 1884) of maj.- 
gen. J. G. Balmain, Madras artill. ; 2, 


1887, Caroline E., dau. of late rev. Chas. 
Parkin, vicar of Lenham,Kent,and widow 
of rev. Edwd. Twopeny ; late capt, Ben- 
gal army, served in China and Btiootan, 
J. p. Kent: Jun. Unite i Service club. 

Baldwin, John Herbert Lacey, eld. s. 
of late John Baldwin, of Broomfield, 
Halifax; b. 1863; m. 1890, Mary 
Beatrice, dau. of late Rev. Wm. A. 
Norris, vicar of Floore, Northants ; is 
(1892) J.P. W.R. Yorks : Kirby Leas, 
Halifax ; St. O.-^wald's, Filey S.O. Yorks. 

Baldwin, capt. Ormero'd Pilkington, 
4 s. of late Godfrey Baldwin, of Brook- 
field, Bandon, co. Cork ; b. 1839 ; m. 1868, 
Harriet, dau. of late Wm. Little, of Ely, 
Cambridgeshire; is J.P. Suffolk: Lor- 
raine, The Mea Is. Eastbourne, 

Baldwin, Scanley, s. of Alfred Bald- 
win, of Wildou House, Worcs, m.p., .i.p, 
(d. 1907); b. 1867 : m. 1892, Lucy, eld. 
dau. of Edwd, L. J, Ridsdale, of The 
Dene,Rottingdean; .i.P. (1897)Worcester- 
shire, M.P. (O.) W. Worcestershire from 
1908 : 27 Queen's gate, S.W. ; Carlton 
and United Uuiveisity clubs; Astley 
Hall, nr. Stourport. 

Baldwin, Wm. ; b. 1842 ; J. p. (1906) 
Kent : Fairholme, The Drive, Tonbridge. 

Baldwin, col. Wm, Jn. Atkinson, 
eld. s. of late rev. John Baldwin, of 
Dalton-in-Furness, Lanes ; b. 1845 ; 
barr. Middle Temple 1876 ; j.p, Lanca 
shire (and C.A.) and Cumberland, vice- 
chm. Lancaster quart, sess ; It.-col, com- 
mdg, (hon. col. 1888) 3 battn. (mil.) 
Border regt. 1887-92 : Carlton and Jnu. 
United Service clubs ; Dalton-in-Furness 
S.O. LancH. 

Bald-wyn-Childe, mrs. Frances C, 
dau. of sir Baldwin Leighton, 7 bart. 
M.P. ; m. 1862, preby. Edwd. Geo. Bald- 
wyn-Ch)liie, of Kv re Park, Worcs., j.p. 
(f/. 1898) : 3 Wilton pi., Belgrave sq., 
S.W. ; Kyre Park, Tenbury, Worcester- 

3j,le. lion, sir Henry, k.c.m.u. (1901), 
K.C.. s.'of late W. E.' Bale, of Pieier- 
maritzburg. J.P. : b. 1854; ?« 1, 1887, 
Eliza,daLi. {(/. 1890) of W. B. Wood, i.l 
Edhiburgh : 2, 1904, Margaret, dau. 
of late'W. F, B^raing, of Xatjil ; 
A.a. and min. of educn. Natal, 1897- 
1901, administr. June- July, 1903, and 
Jaa. tu otifjl. 1904, C.J, there from 1901: 
Hills'de, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, 

Balfe, Michael Joseph, eld. s. of P, J. 
Balfe, of South Park, co. Roscommon, 
J.p. {d. 1886) ; b. 1849 ; m. 1886, Kathleen, 
4 dau. of late J. O'Connell, d.l. ; D.L., 
J.p, CO. Roscommon (sheriff 1875); hon, 
maj, ret. 5 battn, (mil.) Connaught 


Rangers, re-apptd. capt. 1890, ret 1899: 
South Park, Castlerea, co. Roscommon. 

Balfour of Burleigrh., lord (6 baron, 
1607 : Sco. rep, peer), Alex, Hugh 
Bruce, P.O, (1892), k.t. (1901) ; b. 1849 ; 
m. 1876, lady Katherine, daa. of 5 earl 
of Aberdeen, 6. 1852; m.a., (Hon.) 
Oxon., capt. Highland borderers (mil.) 
1872-80, J.P. Stirling, Perth, and Fife, 
D.L., J.P, Clackmannan ; chm, of educa- 
tional endowments R. commission 1882-9, 
of Welsh Sunday closing comm. 1889, of 
London water supply cumm. 1892-3, of 
local taxation comm, 1896-1900, of food 
supply in time of war 1903-5 ; a 
lord-in- waiting to Queen Victoria 1887-9, 
parly, sec. to board of trade 1889-92 ; sec. 
for Scotland and v. p. of comm. of council 
on educ. for Scotland 1895-1903, lord 
rect. of Edinburgh univ. 1896, chancellor 
Sr. Andrew's Univ. 1900 : lord Avarden 
of the Stannaries in Cornwall and 
Devon from 1908 ; established claim to 
title l«68, on reversal (1869) of attainder 
of 1716 (//e?r, s. hon. Robt, Bruce (mas- 
ter of Burleigh) q.v.^ : 47 Cadogan sq. 
S.W,; Carlton, Athenaeum and New 
(Edinburgh) clubs ; Kennet House, Al- 
loa, N.B. 

Balfour, rt.hon. Arthur Jas.,p.c.(1885), 
P.B.A., eld. s. of Jas. Maitland Balfour, of 
Whittingehame, Haddingtonshire (d. 
1856), and lady Blanche, 2 dau. of 2 marq, 
of Salisbury, K.G. ; b. 1848; memb, of 
senate ofLond.univ, 1887, hon. ll.d. St. 
And. 1878, Edin. 1881, Cantab. 1888, 
Dub. and Glas. 1891, hon. Oxon. 
and M.A.Cantab., K.R.S.: D.L.East Lothian; 
lord rect. of Sc. Andrew's univ. 1886, 
and of Glasgow univ. 1890 ; chanc. of 
Edinburgh univ. 1891; pre<, Brit. 
Assoc. 1904-5 ; pres. of Local Govt. 
Board 1885-6 ; sec. for Scotland and 
v.p. of comm. of council on educ. for 
Scotland, 1886-7 ; chief sec. for Ireland, 
1887-91 ; first lord of the Treasury and 
leader of the House of Commons 1891-2 
and 1895-1902 ; prime min., first lord of 
the Treasur \ and leader of House of Com- 
mons 1902-5, lord piivy seal 1902-3 ; M.P. 
(c.) Hertford 1874-85, E. Manchester 
1885-1906, City of London from 1906; 
author of '-A Defence of Philosophic 
Doubt," "'Essays and Addresses,'' '"The 
Foundations of Belief, being Notes In- 
troductory to the Study of Theology,'' 
etc. etc. : 4 Carlton gdns. S.W. ; Carl- 
ton, Travellers', Athenaeum, New (Edin- 
burgh), etc., etc. clubs ; Whittingehame, 
Prestonkirk, N.B. 

Balfour, Blayney Reynell Townley, 
M.A. Cantab., eld. s. of B. Townley 



Balfour, of Townley Hall, j.p. {d. 1882) ; 
h. 1845 ; m. 1906, Madeline Elizabetli, 
eld. dau. of Joiiu Kells Ingram, LL.D., 
late vice provo-t of Trin. coll. Dub- 
lin, of 38 Upper Mount st. Dublin : 
D.L.. J.P. CO, Louth. J.p. CO. Meath 
aud Drot?heda : Con.stitutional, W.C., and 
Sackv^ille St, (Dublin) clubs ; Townley 
Hall, nr. Drogheda, co. Louth.^ 

Balfour, Ctias. Barrine^ton, s.^of Chas. 
Balfour, of Balgonie, Fife, and Newton 
Don, Berwickshire, J.P.((/. 1872),by 5dau. 
of 6 vise. Barrington ; b. 1862 ; m. 1888, 
lady Helena, youuiiest dau. of 10 earl of 
Antrim, 6. ISG.') ; J.P. Ros.burtrhshire,D.L. 
J. P., c.C. Berwickshire (chm. Territl. 
Force Assoc, from 1908) ; served in 
Egyptian war 1882, at Tel-el-Kebir, lieut. 
S.!Ots gds. 1881-90, capt. R, gds. res. regt, 
1900, capt. 2 vol. battn. K.O.S. Bord. 
1891-5, M.P. (c.) Middlx. (Hornsey divn.) 
1900-7: 14 Grosvenor cres. S.W. ; 
Carlton, Bachelors', Guards' and New 
( Edinburgh) clubs ; Newton Don, Kelso, 

Balfour, lion. David Andrew, 2 s. of 
2 baron Kinross ; h. 190(). 

Balfour, Edwd., eld. sur^'.^g. s. of John 
Balfour, of Balbirnie, co. Fife, d.l., j.p. 
(d. 1895), by 2 dau. of 1 earl Candor; h. 
1849 ; m. 1879, Isabella Weyman Hooper, 
of Boston, U.S.A.; D.L., j\p. co. Fife: 
Carlton, Turf, Marlborough, Pratt's and 
New (Edinburgh) clubs : Balbirnie, 
Markinch, N.B. 

Balfour, Eustace Jas. Anthony, m.a. 
Cantab, f.s.a., f.r.i.b.a., 5 s. of late 
Jas. Balfour,of Whittingehame,Hadding 
tonshire {d. 1856), bv 2 dau. of 2 marq. of 
Salisbury, k.G. ; b. 1854 ; m. 1879, 
lady Frances, 5 dau. of 8 duke of Argyll, 
K.G., K.T., P.O., b. 1858; It.-col. commit. 
Lon ;on Scottish (7 Middlx.) R.V. from 
1894-1902, col, and vol. a.d.c. to the 
King from 190o, R. Scottish Archer 
(King's bodv gd. for Scotland) : 32 
Addison rd. W. 

Balfour, Fras., eld. s. of Fras. Walter 
Baifour, of Feriiie, Fifeshire, n.Ti., J.P., 
by Jane Emilia, 2 dau. of Inte Patrick 
Small K^ir, of Kindrogan, co. i'enh, 
i).L., J.P. ; b. 1867; J.P. co. Perth 
and CO. Fife : Kindrogan, Enochduu, 
PiLlochrie, N.B. 

Balfour, maj, Fras, Walter, eld. s. of 
Fras. Baifour, of Fernie, Fifeshire {d. 
1854) ; h. 1831 ; m. iKCfi, Jane Amelia {d. 
1898), dau. of late Patrick S. Keir, of 
Kindrogan, co. Perth, D.L., j.i'.; maj. 
late Rif. brig., d.l., j.p. Fifeshire: 
Fernie Castle, Monimail, Collessie S.O. 

I Balfour, rt. hon.GeraldWm.,P a.(Eng. 
I 190u and Irel. 1895), M.A. Cantab., 4 s. of 
' Jas.M-iitland Balfour, of Whittingehame, 
I Haddingtonshire {d. 1856), by 2 dau, of 
j 2 marq, of Salisbury, K.G. ; b. 1853 ; m. 
\ 1887, lady Betty, eld. dau. of 1 earl of 
' Lvtton ; b. 1867 ; chief sec. for Ireland 
[ 1895-1900, pres. of Board of Trade 
I 1900-5, of Local Govt. Board in 1905, 
I M.P. (c.) Leeds (Central divn.) 1885- 
1906 : Carlton and Athenaeum clubs; 
Fishers Hill, Woking. 
I Balfour, hon. Harry Robt. Chiches- 
j ter, B.A. Oxou,, 4 s. of 1 baron Kinross, 
P.O.: 6.1882; a clerk in Home Office; 
99 St, George's sq, S,W, 

Balfour, hon. Jas. Moncreiff, B.A. 
Oxon., 2 s, of 1 baron Kinross, p,o, ; h. 
1878 ; m. 1908, Madeline Maude, dau, of 
Jas, Graham Watson, of Kingston 
Grange, Midlothian, N,B, ; 2 It. Lothians 
and Border Horse yeo. from 1907. 

Balfour, maj. John Edmond Heugh, 
D.s.o. (1900), eld. 8. of late Geo. E. 
Balfour ; b. 1863 ; capt. 11 huss. 1891-2, 
served in S. African war 1899-1900, maj. 
Res. of officers from 1902, It.-col. 
commdg, R. 1st Devon Yeo, from 1905 
J,P, Devon : 5b Mount st. W. ; Arthur's 
Boodle's, Turf aud Naval and Military 
clubs ; Sidmouth Manor, Devon. 

Balfour, hon. John Patrick Douglas, 
eld. s. of 2 baroQ Kmross ; h. 1904. 

Balfour, hon. Johu Ramsay Blair, 
B.A. Oxou,, 3 8. of 1 baron Kinross, P.O. ; 
b. 1881, 

Balfour, Kenneth Robt., 2 s. of 
late Geo. E. Balfour, of The Manor, Sid- 
mouth, Devon ; b. 1863 ; m. 1, 1888, Mar- 
jgaret, only dau. {d. 1901) of late C. 
I Rogerson \ 2, 1903, May Eleanor, dau, of 
j col. A. Broadwood, 54 Eaton pi. S.W.; 
lis J.P. (1895) Dorset, capt. 1 R. drag. 
1 1892-8, maj. Impl. yeom. S. Africa 
; 1900, M.P, (C.) Christchurch 1900-6 : U 
Lowndes st. S.W. ; Carlton club ; King- 
I ston House, Dorchester. 

Balfour, iion. Norman Fredk. Wm., 
B.A. Oxon., 5s. of 1 bai-on Kinross, P.O.; 
h. 1884. 

I Balfour, Robt, , s, of Jas, Balfour, of 

[ Pilmuir, Largo, Fifeshire ; b. 1844 ; M.l-, 

(l.) Lanaik!>hire (Panick divn.) fiom 

1906: 1 Melbury rd, Kensingtoji, W. ; 

12 Gt. St. Helens, E.C.; Bath, Reform 

and City of Lonaon clubs. 

Balfour, col. Wm. E. Ligonier, late 
R.A., eld. 8, of col. Jas. Wm. Balfonr, of 
Balfour and Trenabv, co. Orknev, D.L., 
J.P. {d. 1907) ; b. 1855 ; m. 1887^ Florence 
A. C. E. only dau. of Frederic Bernal, 
C.M.G., late H.M.'s consui-gen. at Havre j 



D.L., J. P. Orkney, served with Bechuana- 
laud expdn. 1884-5, col. commdg. R.A., 
Ceylon 1901-6, officer in cliarge of R.G.A. 
records 1907 : Boodle'p, Pratt's and New 
(Edinburgh) clubs ; Helper House, Park 
avenue, Dover ; Balfour Castle, Kirk- 
wall, KB. 

Balfour, lady Betty, vide rt. hon, 
Gerald Wm. Balfour. 

Balfour, lady Frances, vide Eustace 
J. A, Balfour. 

Balfour, mrs. Janet, dau. of late rev. 
John Roxburgh, d.d., of G-ljisgow ; m. 
1864, Alex. Balfour, of Liverpool, J. p. 
{d. 1886) : Dawyck, Stobo, N.B. 

Balg-onie, lord (title which would 
be borne by eld. 8., if any living, of earl 
of Leven and Melville). 

Balinhard, baron ; vide Southesk. 

Ball, sir Chas. Bent, M.D., p.r.c.s.i., 
F.R.c.s. (hon.) Eug. youngest s. of late 
R. S. Ball, LL.D., of Dublin ; h. 1851 ; m. 
Annie Julia, dau. of late Daniel Kinahan, 
J. p., of Roebuck Park, co. Dublin ; reg. 
prof, of surg. Trinity coll. Dublin, 
uiemb. Gen. Med. Council, late memb. of 
advisory Board for Army Med. Service, 
hon. surg. to the King from 1904, 
knighted 1908 : 24 Merrion sq. north, 
and Kildare Street club, Dublin. 

Ball, Edwd., j.p. (1906) Lancashire : 
Whitehall Farm, Shevin^ton, Wigan. 

Ball, Edwd. Ash, eltl. s. of Edwd. 
Ash Ball, of Rolls Park, Essex ; b. l«o3 ; 
J.p. (1900 Essex: Jun. Carlton club; 
Egg Hall, Epping. 

Ball, Geo. Shorland, j.p. (190.S) West- 
morland : Under Fell, Burton, Westmor- 

Ball, John, j.p. (1890) Derbyshire; 
Dobson House, Ilkeston. 

Ball, sir Robt. Stawell, ll.d., p.r.s., s. 
of lateR. S. Ball, ll.d. of Dublin, ll.d. 
(hon.) Western TJniv. Pennsylvania ; h. 
1840 ; m. 1868, Frances E. .dau. of late W. 
E. Steele,M.D.; Andrew's prof, at Trinity 
Coll. Dublin 1874-92, astronomer royal 
for Ireland 1874-92 ; author of several 
books on mathenoatics and astronomy. 
Lowndean prof, of astronomy and 
geometry at Cambridge from 1892, fell, 
of Kings Coll. Camb. ; scientific adviser 
to commr3. of Irish Lights, knighted 
1886 : Athenaeum club ; Observatory, 

Ball, Thos.. c.M.G. (1901), s. of late 
Wm. Ball ; b. 1846 ; m. 1, 1869, Emily J., 
dau. of J. Dunkley, of Hereford ; 2, 1890, 
Louise E., dau. of John Wilson and 
widow of Oscar Braumuller ; mavor of 
Cape Town 1898, 1899 and 1900,' dep.- 

mayor 1901 : Hereford House, Kloof st. 
Cape Town, S. Africa. 
' Ball, Wm., J.p. (1899) Kent : Hillside 
I House, Woodstock rd. Strood, Rochester. 
i Ball, Wm. Hawkinp, b.a. Oxon., eld. 
Is. of W. St. James Ball {d. 188.3); h. 
I 1874; J.p. CO. Clare (shfriff 1900), 2 It. 
South Of Ireland I.Y. from 1904 : Fort 
Fergus, Ballinacally, Ennis, co. Clare ; 
Wellington and Kildare St. (Dublin) 

Ballanco, Chas. Alfred, M.v.o. 4 class 
(1908), M.S. Lond., F.R.c.s. Eng., s. of 
Chas. Ballance, of Stanley House, Clap- 
ton, Middlx. ; b. 1856 ; m. 1883, Sophia, 
dau. of Alfred Smart, of The Priory, 
Blackheath, Kent ; Koniglicher Kronen 
Order, 3 class (1905) : Athenaeum club ; 
106 Harley st. W. 

Ballantine, Wm. Hy. Walter, ll.b. 
Cantab., s. of serjeant Wm. Ballantine {d. 
1887) ; J. 1847 ; m. 1878, Eleanor, widow 
of T. A. Mitchell, m.p. ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1871, M.P. (l.) Coventry 1887-9.5. 

Ballantine-Dykes. Frecheville Hu- 
bert, s. of Lamplugh Frecheville 
Ballantme-Dykes, of Dovenhv Hall, 
Cumberland, D.L., J.P. ; 6.1881; j.p. 
(1905) Cumberland, It. Scots gds. from 
1904 : Guards' and Jun. Carlton clubs ; 
Dovenby Hall, Cockprmouth. 

Ballantine-Dykes, mrs. Edith G. 
youngest dau. of late R. Howard-Brooke, 
of Castle Howard, co. Wicklow ; m. 1879, 
Lamplugh Frecheville Ballantine-Dykes, 
of Dovenby Hall, Cumberland, D.L., j.p. 
{d. 1893) : Dovenby Hall, Cocker month, 

Ballantyne, sir Henry, j.p. Peebles- 
shire, partner in D. Ballantyne & Co. 
woollen manufrs., knighted 1906: Min- 
deu, Peebles, N.B. 

Ballarat, 2 bp. of (1876), rt. rev.Archur 
Vincent Green, LL.D. Melb., s. of rev. S. 
Dutton Green ; h. 1857 ; archdn. of 
Ballarat and vie. ( f Ch. Ch. Pro-Cath. 
Bal. Victoria, Australia 1890-4, bp. of 
Grafton and Armidale, N. S. Wales 
1894-1900, of Ballarat, Victoria, from 
1900 : Bishopscourt, Ballarat, Victoria, 

Ballard, Geo., 2 s. of late Stephen 
Ballard, M.I.C.E., of the Winnings, Col- 
wall, Herefordshire ; h. 1864 ; m. 1907, 
Hilda Mary, only dau. of rev. Edwd. 
Aldous Lane, M. a., vicar of Lindridge, 
Worcs. ; j.p. (1906) Worcestershire : 
The Lowe, Stockton, Worcester. 

Ballard, caot. Henry, c.m.g. (1901), s. 
of Hy. Jas. Ballard, of Southampton ; b. 
1840; m. 1, 1868, Harriett E. J., eld. dau. 
of Robt. Richardson, of New Cross. S.E.; 



2, 1877, Sarah E., 3 dan. of Jas. Wroe, of 
Potter's Bar, Middlx. ; port capt. and 
phipping master, Durban, Natal 1884- 
1901 : 54 Howard rd. Freemautle, 

Ballard, Montasrue, m. 1906, Emily 
Harriett, dau. of M, Merryweather, of 
Clapham, S.W., and widow of sir John 
BlundttU Maple, 1 and last hart, and 
knt., M.p. (d. 1903) : 8 Clarence terr. 
Regent's Park, N.W. ; Bydews, Tovil, 
nr. Maidstone. 

Balleny, Edmund Wm. Ellison, 3 s. of 
D. C. Balleny, of Grreencroft, co. Dur- 
ham ; b. 1845 ; J. P. co. Durham : Little 
Greencroft Hall, Durham, 

Ballinirer, mrs. Skates Hill House, 
Chalford, Stroud, Glos. 

Bally, mai.-gen.JohnFord,R.A.,c.v.o. 
(1903) ; b. 1845 ; served in Zulu war 
1879, commdg. R.A. at Gibraltar 1902-5. 
maj.-gen. 1902, ret. p. 1905, J. P. (1907) 
Essex : 13 High st. Shoeburyness ; Naval 
and Military club. 

Bally, maj.-gen. St. John, ret. p. 1887: 
Naval and Military club. 

Bally, maj.-gea Wm.,served in Abys- 
sinian campaign 1867-8 : ret. p. 1887 : 
13 Sion hill, Bath. 

Balme, vide Jones-Balme. 

Balniel, baron, vide Crawford. 

Balston, Chas. Hy., 2 s. of Ilichd. 
Jas. Balston, of SiDringfield, Maidstone, 
Kent ; b. 1873 ; j.p. (1906) Kent, 2 It. 
R. East Kent Yeo. from 1908 : Union 
club ; Hurstdown, Maidstone. 

Balston, Richd. Jas., eld. s. of R. E. P. 
Balston, of Springfield, Kent [d. 1888) ; 
b. 1839 ; m. 1862, Emily Parker, dau. of 
J. Robinson ; D.L., J.P. Kent (sheriff 
1894): Constitutional club ; Springfield, 
Maidstone : Bilsington Priory, nr. Ash- 
ford, Kent, 

Baxa, ca{)t, sir Pieter Canzius van 
Blommestein, j.p., memb. legisl. assem- 
bly of Cape of Good Hope, chm. of the 
gen. executive com. Exhib. of S. African 
products, London 1907, knighted 1907 : 
Bam's bldgs. 43 St. George's st. Cape 
Town, Cape of Good Hope. 

Bamber, Herbert Kelway, u.v.o. 5 
class (1906), s. of Hy. Kelwav Bamber, 
of 9 Victoria st. S.W. ; b. 1862 ; m, 1893, 
Eliza, eld, dau. of late maj. John Mac- 
Gregor, Ind. Med. Staff ; pupt, carriage 
and wagon depf., East India Railway. 

Bamford, John, 3 s. of Hy, Bamford, 
of Uttoxeter, Staffs, ; b. 1854 : m, 1883, 
dau. of dr. H. Hawthoroe, of IJttoxeter, 
Staffs.; J.P, (1901) Staffs; Oldfields 
Hall, Uttoxeter S.O. Staffs. 

Bamford, Samuel Brassington, eld. s. 

of Henry Bamford, of Uttoxeter, Staffs ; 
b. 1845 ; m. 1875, Dorothy, dau. of Henry 
Hawthorne, surgeon, Uttoxeter, Staffs ; 
J.P, (1894) Staffs: Hawthornden Manor 
Uttoxeter S.O. Staffs. 

Bamford-Slack, sir John, b.a. 
F.R.G.s.,K.z.8., onlys. of Thos. Slack, of 
Green Hill House, Ripley, Derbyshire 
(d. 1882); b. 1857; m. 1888, Alice Maude 
Mary, dau. of Edwd, Bretherton, of 
Gloucester and Clifton ; admitted a 
solicitor 1880, m.p. (l.) Mid Herts 1904-G, 
J.P. (1908) CO. London, assumed addtl. 
surname of Bamford by deed poll 1906, 
knighted 190G : 10 Woburn sq. W.C. ; 
31 Queen Victoria st. E.C. ; Reform, 
City Liberal, Eighty, Alpine and 
Climbers' clubs ; Green Hill House, Rip- 
ley, Derbyshire, 

Bampj^lde, hon. Arthur Blackett 
Warwick, 2 s. of 3 baron Poltimore ; b. 

Bampl^lde, hon, Charles "Warwick, 2 
8. of 2 baron Poltimore ; b. 1867. 

Bamptylde, hon. Francis Warwick, 

3 s. of 2 baron Poltimore ; b. 1885 ; 2 It. 

4 battii. (mil.) Devonshire regt, 1905-8 : 
Poltimore Park, Exeter, 

Bampfylde, hon. Hugh De Burgh 
Warwick, 3 s. of 3 baron Poltimore ; b. 

Banbury, sir Fredk. Geo., 1 bt. 
(1902), eld. 8. of late Fredk. Banbury, and 
grands, of William Banbury, of Warlies 
Park, Waltham Abbey ; b. 1850 ; m. 1873, 
Elizabeth R., 2 dau. of late Thos. Barbot 
Beale, of Brettenham Park, Suffolk : J.P. 
(1902) Hunts ^nd (1905) Wilts, m.p. (c). 
Camberwell (Peckham divn.) 1892-1906, 
City of London from 1906 (Heir, s. Chas. 
Wm., b. 1877) : 41 Lowndes st. S.W. ; 
Carlton, Windham and City of London 
clubs ; Warneford Place, High worth, 

Banbnry, Gabriel Geo., J.P. (1894) 
Oxfordshire : Hill House, Woodstock, 

Banoe, col. Edward, v.d., youngest s. 
of John Bance, of Newbury, Berks. ; b. 
1842; Jti. 1866, Mary, dau. of Samuel Cox, 
of Southampton ; J.P.Southampton, D.L. 
Hsnts, ret. hon. col. Hampshire R.G.A. 
(Ter.) : Rose Mount, Westwood Park, 
Southampton ; Whitehall club. 

Bancroft, Jas., j.p. (1907) Cheshire: 
ToAvn lane, Dukinfield. 

Bancroft, John, s. of John Bancroft, 
of Shipbrooke, Cheshire ; b. 1834 ; m. 
1863, Sarah, dau. of Wm, Chrimes, of 
Weaverham, Cheshire ; is J,P. (1894) 

Bancroft, sir Squire Bancroft, s, of 



late Secundus Bancroft-Rutterfield, of 
Netherthorpe ; authorised by Royal 
licence to use for himself and issne, the 
surname Bancroft only, which was 
assumed in 1860 ; h. 1841 ; m. 1867, Marie 
Eftie Wilton (the famous actress), dau, 
of late Robt. Pleydell Wilton, of 
Gloucester; a distinguished actor, and 
for twenty years lessee and manager of 
the old Prinze of Wales's and Haymarket 
Theatres ; knighted 1897 for notable 
services to his profession: 18 Berkeley 
sq. W. ; Marlborough and Gariick 
clubs ; White Lodge, Westgate-on-Sea. 

Bancroft, Wm., s. of Thos. Harper 
Bancroft, of Chorlton, Cheshire ; h. 
1850; J.P. (1908) Cheshire: Stockar 
lane, Darnhall, Winsford 8.0. Cheshire. 

Bandaranaike, sir Solomon Dias 
Abeywickrama Jayetilleke Senewiratne 
Raiakumarun - K^idukeralu-, C.m.g. 
(1902). only s. of late D. C. H. Dias 
Bandiranaike, J. p., ot Ceylon ; h. 1862; 
in. Daisy E., eld. dau. of hon. S. C. 
Obeye&ekere, memb. legisl. council 
Ceylon; J.P. and maha mudaliyar of 
Ceylon, native a.d.o. to the gov. ; extra 
A.D.c. to the duke of York (prince of 
Wales) during visit to Ceylon 1902, 
knighted 1907 : HoragoUa, Veyangoda, 

Bandini, hon. Lorenzo Maria Gius- 
tiniani-, 2 s. of 9 Earl of Newburgh ; h. 

Bandini, lady Christina Giustiniani-, 
h. 1866 ; lady Maria Cecilia Pia Gii-s- 
tiniani-, h. 1869, da us. of 8 earl of New- 

Bandini, lady Maria Sofia G. Gius- 
tiniani-, h. 1889 ; hon. Gieuseppe Maria 
Giustiniani-, h. 1896 ; daus. of 9 earl of 

Bandon, 4 earl of (1800 : Ir.Rep. peer), 
James Francis Bernard, K.P., only s. of 3 
earl (J. 1877) ; b. 1850 ; m. 1876, hon. 
Georgiana,only child of 7 baron Carbery ; 
2nd tit. vise. Bernard ; hon. col. Cork art. 
mil.(S. div. of R.A.) from 1878: J.P. (1871) 
CO. Cork (H.M.'s lieut. from 1877) {Heir, 
cousin, Percy B. Bernard, q.v.) : Carlton 
club ; Castle Bernard, Bandon, co.Cork; 
Durras Court, Bantry, Cork. 

Baneriee, sir Gurudas, m.a., d.l., s. of 
Ramchandra Banerjee, of Narikeldanga ; 
b. 1844 : a judge of high court of Cal- 
cutta 1888-1904, vice-chanc. Calcutta 
Univ. 1889-91 ; knighted 1904 : 19 Sas- 
titala rd. Narikeldanga, Calcutta. 

Banfield, Eldred Wilks, j.p. (1899) 
for Solly Islands (Cornwall) : Holy vale, 
St. Mary's (Scilly), Penzance. 

Banfield, col. Rees John Eras., c.B. 

(1900), 8. of lat^ Rees S. P. Banfield, 
of Chiswick; (>. 1850 ; m 1877, Marie L. 
dau. of J. G. Upton, of Ealing; served in 
S. African war 1899-1901, brig.-gen. in 
charge of administration Gibraltar, 
1903-6, ret. p. 1906, Cv>mmdg. vol. inf. 
brig. 1906-8, commdg. S. Wales brig, of 
the Territorial Force from 1908, vice- 
chm. Glamorgan Territorial Force Assoc, 
from 1908. 

Bangror, 5 vise. (1781, Ir. Rep. peer). 
Henry Wm. Crosbie Ward ; b. 1828 ; m. 1, 
Mary, youngest dau. (d. 1869) of rev. H. 
King, (»f Ballylin, King's co. ; 2, 1874, 
Elizabeth, only survg. dau. of late H. 
Eccles, of Crunron, co. Wicklow ; capt. 
late 43 Light Inf., served in Kaffir 
war 1851-54, D L., J.P. co. Down (Heir, s. 
maj. hon. Maxwell R. C. Ward, q.v.) : 
Carlton, S.W. ; Kildare St. (Dublin) ; 
Ulster (Bf-lfa^t) ; and St. George's Yacht 
(Kingstown) clubs ; Castle Ward, Down- 
patrick, co. Down. 

Bangror, 72 bp. of (616). rt. rev. Watkin 
Herbt. Williams, M.A. Ch.Ch.Oxon, 2 s. of 
sirHughWilliams,3bart., of Bodel wy ddan 
{d. 1876) ; b. 1845 ; m. 1879, Alice, dau. of 
late gen. Hy. Monckton ; vicar of Bodel- 
wyddan,Flints,1872-92,archdn. and canon 
resid. of St. Asaph 1889-92, dean 1892-98, 
bp. of Bangor from 1899 : (;0 Carlisle 
mans. Carlisle pi. S.W. ; A.thengeum and 
Oxford and Cambridge clubs ; Pant 
Eidal, Machynlleth ; Glyn Garth, Menai 
Bridge S.O. Anglesey. 

Bang'or, archd. of, vide ven. John 

Bang'or, dean of j vide very rev. 
Griffitli Roberts. 

Bankart, Arthur Reginald, m.v.o. 4 
class (1898), M.B., M.c. Edin., d.p.h. 
(Lond.) 1905, s. of late Arthur Bankart, 
of Eastbourne ; b. 1868 ; memb. first class 
order of Saxe Ernestine ; 4 class Osma- 
nieh ; fleet surg. R.N. from 1907, hon. 
phys. to the King from 1905 : Royal 
Societies and Royal Naval (Portsmouth) 

Bankart, Samuel Nevins, B.A.Cantab., 
J.P. (1904) Leicestershire: Hallaton 
Hall, nr, Uppingham. 

Bankes, Geo. Hildyard, only survg. 
s. of Wm. John Murray, of Rosemount, 
CO. Ross, who assumed name of Bankes 
in lieu of Murray and d. in 1884, by 
Eleanor S. L., eld. dau. (d. 1907) of late 
Meyrick Bankes, of Winstanley Hall, 
Lanes., J.P. ; h. 1867; m. 1898, Amy 0. 
S., 2 dau. of late Chas. Robertson, of 
Kindeace, co. Ross : Carlton and Royal 
Automobile clubs ; Winstanley Hall, nr. 



Wiccan ; Balcouie Castle, Ross-shire, 

Baukes, Geo. Vernon, d.l.,j.p. (1896) 
Herefordshire : Constitutional club ; 
Birch House, Much Birch, Trdm Inn 
S.O.. Herefordshire. 

Bankes, John Eldon, k.c, b.a, Oxon, 
eld. s. of J. S. Bankes, of Sous^hton Hall, 
Flints., P.L.. J.P. {d. 1894) ; b. 1854 ; m. 
1882, Editb, eld. dau. of Robt. Peel Ethel- 
ston, of Hinton, Salop ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1878, bencher 1899, K.c. 1901, 
chanc. of dioc. of St, Asaph from 1908, 
D.L., J.P. Flintshire: 46 Katou sq. S.W. ; 
3 Hare court, B.C. ; Soughton Hall, 
Norrhop. Flints. 

Bankes, Williamson Geo., eld. survg. 
p. of Geo. Vernnn Bankes, of Birch 
Hou=e. Herefordshire, D.L., .J.P. ; h. 1859 ; 
VI. 1889, Madeline Bertha, young'er dau. 
of rev, Loftns Stevens Gray, of Sedge- 
berrow, Worcestershir? ; j.P. (1905) 
Hei efordshire: Birch House, Much Birch, 
nr, Hereford. 

Bankes, Wvnne Albert, 6 s. of late rt. 
hon. Geo. Bankes. M.P. h. 1840 ; m. 1873, 
Florence M. A. 2 dau. of rev. Fred. Fane, 
Moyles Court, Hants : mid. R.N. in Baltic 
and Black Sea 1864-5, barr. Inner Temple 
1867, D.L., J.P. Dorset: St. James's and 
Arthur's clubs; Wolfeton House, 
Charminster, Dorchester, Dorset. 

Bankes, mrs. Henrietta J., dau. of 
late Wm. Thomson Fraser ; m. 1897, 
Ralph Walter Bankes, of Corfe Castle, 
Ki'itfston Lacy and Studland Manor, 
Dorset, D.L., J.P. {d. 1901) : Kingston 
Lacy, Wimbome ; The Manor House, 
Studland, Dorset. 

Banks, Edwd. Richd. Rupert Geo., 
J.P. Cinque Ports: Sholden House, nr. 

Banks, Edwin Hodge, M.a. Cantab, 2 
8. of Wm. Banks, of Highmoor, Wigton, 
Cumb. ; b. 1847 ; barr. Inner Temple 
1873, D.L.,J.P. Cumberland (sheriff 1«89), 
capr.. Westmorland and Cumb. yeom. 
1893-6 : Carlton and New University 
clubs ; Highmoor, Wigton, Cnuiberland. 

Banks, maj. Herbert Delamark, only 
s. of Wm. John Banks, of Oxney Courr, 
Kent, J.P.((i. 1901); served in Afghan war 
1878-80 ; Marri expdn. 1880, Boer war 
1881, maj. ret. p. K. R. Rif., j.p. Kent : 
Jun. Carlton club ; Oxney Court, nr. 

Banks, John, j.p. (1897) Kent : 15 
Kingsnorth gdns. Folkestone 

Banks. Joseph Edge, s, of Wm. Fdge 
Banks, of Coventry; 6.1822; m.. 18.54, 
Mary Dalton, dau. {d. 1896) of John 
Knights, of Eydon; is j.p. "Warwick- 

shire : Radford rd. Coventry ; National 
Liberal club. 

Banks, Wm. Hartland, M.A, Cantab, 
eld, s. of Richd. Wm. Banks, of Ridge 
bourne. Heref 01 dshire. J.P. {d. 1891) ; b. 
1867 ; m. 1894, Dorothy, eld. dau. of rev, 
B. H. Alford, of St. Luke's Vicarage! 
Nutford pl.W. ; is D.L.,j.p. Herefordshire 
J.p. Radnorshire (sheriff 1892) : Hergest 
Croft, Kington, CO. Heref od. 

Banks, lady. — Elizabeth Rathbone, 
dau. of John Elliott, of Liverpool ; m. 
1874, sir Wm. Mitchell Banks, knt., 
M.D., LL.D., F.R.c.S. Eug.. j.P. {d. 1904) : 
30 Greencroft gdns. Hampstead, N.W. ; 
Rodney House, S( fton Park, Liverpool. 

Banna tine- Allason,brig-gen. Richd., 
R.A., c.B. (1904). s. of late R. Bannatine, 
of Glaisnock. N.B.; b. 1855; assumed 
addtl. name of Allason 1885 ; served in 
Afghan war 1879-80, Soudan expdn. 
1885, S. African war 1899-1902, a.a.g. 
headquarters 1903-5, brig. -gen. commdg. 
Potchefstroom pub-dist. from 1906 : 
Naval and Military club ; Logan, Ayr- 
shi-e, N.B. 

Bannatyne,Ja8. Fitzgerald, j.p (1899) 
for Devon, d.l. for the co. and city of 
Limerick, sheriff for co. Limerick 1897 : 
Jun. Carlton, Bath and Kildare St. 
(Dublin) clubs ; Haldon House, Kenn, 
Exeter ; Fanningstown Castle, co. 
Limeiick, Ireland. 

Banner, vide Harmood-Banner. 

Bannermaji, maj. sir Alex., 11 bt. 
(1682), only s. of 10 bt. {d. 1901 ) ; b. 1871 ; 
served in S. African war 1899-1902, at- 
tached to Japanese Army 1904-5 at siege 
of Port Arthur, cap^ R.n. from 1902, 
brevet maj. 1906, gen. staff officer (3 
grade) at Headquarters from 1907 
{Heir, covsin, gen, Wm.. q v.) : 46 Penn- 
sylvania rd. Exeter ; Unif'-d Service club. 

Bannerman, maj, Arthur D'Arcy 
Gordon, c.i.E. (1903), s. of col. Patrick 
Wilson Bannerman, Ind. army ; b. 1866 : 
m. 1898, Virginia Emilie, dan. of W. G. 
Bedford ; sec. exec, committee. Corona- 
tion Durbar, Delhi, maj. Ind. army 1903. 

Bannerman, Jas. Murray, b.a. Oxon, 
8. of J. Bannerman, of Wyastori Leys, 
Mon. ; b. 1846 ; m. 1880, Louise Mary, 
youngest dau. of late R, Wheeley, of 
The Pentre, Mon.; barr. Inner Temple 
1874, capt. Monmouth eng. mil. 1877-84, 
D.L., J.p, cos, Hereford and Monmouth 
(sheriff 1879): Jun. Carlton. Hurling- 
ham and Jun. Conservative clubs ; 
Wyastone Leys, Monmouth. 

JBannerman, gen. Wm., c.B. (1887), s. 
of P. Bannerman (d. 1854) bvdau. of s'r 
Wm. Johnston, 7 bart. ; b. 1828 ; m. 1868, 



Louisa Constance, dau. of Kobt. Groddard, 
of Monkstown, Dublin ; served in Pun- 
jab 1848-9; N. Western frontier of 
India 1849 ; Persia 1857 ; Indian mutiny 
1858-9 ; China war 1860 ; Afghan war 
1879-80; col. 104 Wellesley's rif. from 
1906 ; gen. 1894, Ind. army, on U.S. list 
1886, heir pres. to kinsman sir Alex., 11 
bt. : Cheltenham ; United Service club. 

Bannermaii, lady. — Anne Mary, eld. 
dau. of late R. Brooke, f.s.a., of Hand- 
ford, Ches^hire ; m. 1869, sir Geo. Ban- 
nerman, 10 bt. id. 1901) : 45 Pennsyl- 
vania rd. Exeter. 

Bannister, Edwd., 2 s.of JohnBannis- 
ter, of Hull, Yorks ; b. 1821 ; j.p. (1897) 
parts of Lindsey, Lines, and (1868) 
Grimsby : Springfield, Grimsby, Lines. 

Bannister, Thos., 2 s. of Thos. Ban- 
nister, of Eosehill, Sussex ; h. 1842 ; m. 
1869, Eliza Jane, dau. of Kichd. Caffyn, 
of Court House, Cuckfield, Sussex ; is 
J.P. (1901) Sussex : Limehurst, Hay- 
ward's Heath. 

Bannister, miss, youngest dau. of 
John Samuel Bannister, of Weston 
House, Pembridge, co. Hereford {d. 
1869) : Church House, Lyonshall, King- 
ton, Herefordshire. 

Banon, Awly Edwd. s. of Andrew 
Banon, of Irishtown, co. Westmeath, 
J.P. {d. 1892) ; b. 1866 : 49 Kingsley rd. 
Prince's Park, Liverpool ; Irishtown, 
Ballynac^rgy, co. Westmeath. 

Banon, Christopher Jas., eld. s. of late 
Edwd. Joseph Banon, of Broughall 
Castle, King's co., D.L. ; h. 1863 ; D.L., 
J.P. King's CO. (sheriff 1904) : Broughall 
Castle, Tullamore, Frankf ord. King's co. 

Bantock, Albert Baldwin, 2 s. of 
late aldm. Thos. Bantock, of Wolver- 
hampton, Staffs ; h. 1862 ; m. 1889, dau. 
of aldm. Jos. Jones, of Wolverhampton, 
Staffs ; J.P. (1907) Staffs : Merridale 
House, Wolverhampton. 

Bantry, countess of. Rosamond C, 
■vide lord Trevor. 

Baptie, Thos. Proctor, s. of late John 
Wills Baptie, of Glasgow ; b. 1848 ; m. 
1885,Mary P.only child of John Strachan, 
K.C; is D.L., J.P. Middlx.,j.p. co. London ; 
capt. Tower Hamlets Rif. brig. 1879-85 : 
75, Yictoria st. S.W.; 10 Throgmorton 
avenue, E.C. ; Reform club ; Chesham 
Bois, Bucks. 

Barbados, 6 bp. of (1824), rt. rev. 
Wm. Proctor Swaby, d.d. Durham, vicar 
of St. Mark, Millfield, Sunderland, 1884- 
93, bp. of B. Guiana 1893-9, of Barbados 
from 1899 : Bishop's Court, Bridgetown, 

Barber, Arthur Holt, s. of Wm. 

Barber, of Catton, Norfolk; h. 1837; 
m. 18G6, dau. of T. C. Hayward, of 
Highbury, co. London ; J.P. (1907) co. 
London : 13 Highbury quadrant, N. 

Barber, ven. Edward, M.A.Oxon,F.s.A., 
4 s. of late Joseph Barber, of Brighouse, 
Yorks ; b. 1841 ; m. 1869, Edith S., 2 dau. 
of late rev. canon T. Evetts, M.A., r.d., 
rect. of Monks Risborough, Bucks ; 
archd. and canon res. of Chester and 
rect. of St. Bridget's with St. Martin 
from 1886, vice-dean of Chester from 
1893 : St. Bridget's Rectory, and The 
Residence, Chester. 

Barber, maj. -gen. Fredk. Chas., served 
at Ungool 1847 and 1848, ret. 1870, 
Indian army : 10 E, Hyde Park man- 
sions, Marylebone rd. N.W. 

Barber, Geo. Wm., eld. s. of late Geo. 
Henley Barbei-, of The Elms, Hounslow, 
Middlx. J.P.; b. 1858 ; admitted a solicitor 
1882, J.P. (1896) Middlx., clerk to the 
Broderers' Co. from 1889 : Jun. Carlton, 
St. Stephen's and Cicy Carlton clubs ; 
Park House. Englefield Green, Surrey. 

Barber, Henry, ll.b. Lond., 4 s. of 
John Barber, of Nottingham, j.p. ; b. 
1857 ; m. 1884, Charlotte Everitt, 3 dau. 
of G. T. Solej), of Liverpool ; admitted 
a solicitor 1879, clerk of the peace, and 
of the County Council of Hampshire 
from 1895 and clerk of the Lieutenancy 
from 1900 : The Castle, Winchester. 

Barber, Henry, j.p. (1899)Derby8hire: 
Spring Bank, New Mills, Stockport. 

Barber, John, j.p. (1902) Cheshire : 
Bengairn, Grove rd. Wallasey, Cheshire, 

Barber, Thos. Philip, j.P.(l902)Nott8 
(sheriff 1907) : Lamb Close House, East- 
wood, Nottingham. 

Barber, Wm. Linney, j.p. (1896) 
Warwickshire and (1907) Birmingham : 
103 Bristol rd. Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Barber, miss Rosamond Anne, dau. 
of Robt. Hartshome Barber, of Hayton 
Castles, Notts, barr. Middle Temple {d. 
1870) : Hayton Castles, Retford. 

Barbour, sir David Miller, K.c.s.1., 
K.c.M.G., s. of late Miller Barbour 
of Calkill, Ireland ; b. 1841 ; to. 1883, 
Katherine C. dau. of late Thos. Gribble, 
of Harrow : B.C.S. 1863-93, sec. to govt, 
of India in finance and commerce dept. 
1882-87, financial memb. of council of 
gov.-gen. of India 1887-93 : Tiltwood, 
Crawley Down, Sussex. 

Barbonr, George, m.a. Cantab, only s. 
of Robt. Barbour, of Bolesworth Castle, 
Cheshire, J.P. {d. 1885) ; b. 1841 ; m. 1869, 
Caroline E., dau. of late R, A. Macfie, of 
Dreghorn, co. Midlothian ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1865, D.L., j.p. Cheshire (sheriff 



1890), hoii. maj. Cheshire yeom. 1887 : 
Carlton and New University clubs ; 
Bolesworth Castle, Tattenhall, Che>^ter. 
Barbour, Robt., m.a. Cantab., only s. 
of Geo. Barbour, of Bolesworth CiBtle, 
Cheshire, D.L., J. p. ; h. 1876 ; J. P. (1901) 
Cheshire, served in S. African war 1900- 
1 with Impl. yeo., hon. It. in the army 
1901, ca;.t. Cheshire yeo, from 1908: 
.Tun. Carlton and New University clubs ; 
Bolesworth Castle, Tattenhall, Chester. 

Barbour, Thos.,j.p.(1894)Cumberland, 
Beechgrove, Cockermouth rd. Working- 
ton, Cumberland. 

Barchard, Fras.eld.s. of Elphinstone 
Barchard {d. 1893) and nephew of Fras. 
Barchard, of Horsted, Sussex, D.L., J. P. 
{d. 1904) ; b. 1863 ; m.l901, Maud Agnes. 
eld. dau. of It.-col. Divie K. Robertson, 
late Norfolk regt, ; barr. Inner Temple 
1888, J.p. (1895) Sussex: Union club; 
Duddleswell, and Horsted Place,nr. Uck- 
field, Sussex, 

Barclay, capt. Cameron, 4 s. of Hy. 
Ford Barclay, of Monkhams, Essex, d.l., 
J.P. {d. 1891); h. 1865; m. 1892, hon. 
Charlotte, youngest dau. of 3 baron 
Decies, b. 1871 : capt. 10 huss. from 1892. 

Barclay, Colville Adrian de Rune, 
M.v.o. 4 class (1903), 3 s. of sir Colville 
Arthur Durell Barclay, 11 bart., c.M.G. 
(d 189S) ; h. 1869 ; 2 sec. in H.M.'s diplo- 
matic service 1900-7, sec. from 1907: St. 
James' club. 

Barclay, Chas., M.A. Camb., b. of Robt. 
Barclay; h. 1837; m. 1875, Charlotte 
Cassandra, dau. of Benj. Cherry, of 
Brickendon Grange, Herts; J.P Herts. : 
Manor House, Bayford, Hertford. 

Barclay, sir David Edwd. Durell. 
12 bart. (1668), eld. s. of 11 bart. c.M.G. 
{d. 1896), by Louise Melanie, dau. of 
E. J. de Belzim, of Mauritius ; h. 1858 ; 
m. 1889, Letitia, dau. of hon. Amias 
Chas. Orde-Powlett ; served in Egypt and 
Soudan, late capt. 19 huss. (Heir, hro. 
Robt. Cecil de B., h. 1862) : The Grove, 
Middleham S.O. Yorks. 

Barclay, Edwd. Exton, m.a. Cantab., 
4 s. of Joseph Gurney Barclay, of 
Knotts Green, Essex {d. 1898) ; 6. 1860 ; 
m. 1883, Elizabeth Mary, dau. of Wm. 
Fowler, of 43 Grosvenor sq. W. ; J.P. 
(1898) Herts, M.F.H. PuckeridgeHounds: 
Boodle's club ; Brent Pelham Hall, 
Buntingford, Herts. 

Barclay, Fras. Hubert, youngest s. 
of Joseph Gurney Barclay, of Leyton, 
Essex; 6. 1869; m. 1900. Hannah M., 
dau. of E. N. Buxton, of Buckhurst Hill, 
Essex; J.P. (1900) Norfolk: Royal 
Societies club ; The Warren, Cromer. 

Barclay, sir Geo.Head,K.c.M.u.(1908), 
o.v.o. (1906), 3 s. of Hy. Ford Barclay, 
of Monkhams, Essex, D.L., J.P. {d. 1891); 
h. 1862 ; m. 1891, Beatrix M. J., dau. of 
late Hy. G. Chapman, of New York; 2 
sec. to Embassy at Madrid 1894-8, at 
Constantinople 1898-1902, sec. at Tokyo 
1902-5, and councillor 190.>6, transferred 
to Constantinople 1906, charg6 d'affaires 
in 1908, min. plenipo. in diplomatic ser- 
vice 1908, env. ex. and min. plenipo. to 
Persia and consul-gen. at Teheran from 
1908 : British Legation, Teheran, Persia. 

Barclay, col. Hanbury, v.n., eld. s. of 
Robt. Barclay {d. 1843) ; b. 1836 ; m. 1, 
1864, cousin Adeline H. 3 dau. {d. 1899) 
of A. K. Barclay, of Bury Hill, Surrey ; 
2. 1 902, Mary Roscoe, widow of Theodore 
Bullock, of Handsworth, Staffs ; ret. 
col. 1 vol. battn. S. Staffs regt.. J.P. 
Herts : 34 Queen's Gate gdns. S.W. 

Barclay, col. Henry Albert, c.v.o. 
(1906), 2 survg. s. of Joseph Gurney 
Barclay, of Leyton, Essex, Higham, 
Suffolk and Cromer, Norfolk {d. 1898) ; 
b. 1858; m. 1881, Marion L., only 
dau. of late Fras. Hoare, of 5 Buckingham 
Palace gdns. S.W. and Cromer, Norfolk ; 
D.L., J.P. Norfolk and Surrey, commdr. 
Royal order of St. Olaf of Norway, 
col. commdg. King's Own Roy. Regt. 
Norfolk yeo. which he raised 1901, A D.c. 
to the King from 1907, master of the N. 
Norfolk Harriers : Cavalry, Automobile, 
and Norfolk County clubs ; Hanworth 
Hall, Norfolk, and The Grange, Cromer. 

Barclay, It-col. Hubert Fredk., eld. s. 
of col. Hanbury Barclay, of 34 Queen's 
Gate gdns. S.W., J.P. ; b. 1865 ; m. 1890, 
Edith Noel, dau. of It.-col. Hy. Daniell ; 
J.P. (1898) Herts ; served in S. African 
war 1900, hon capt. in the army 1902, maj. 
(hon. It-col. 1906) 4 battn. Bedford regt. 
(Hertford mil.) 1903-8, res. of officers 
from 1908 : Dursley, St. Albans. 

Barclay^Hugh Gurney, v.d. (1908), 
eld. s. of Hy. Ford Barclay, of Monk- 
hams, "Woodford, D.L., J.P. {d. 1891) ; b. 
1851 ; m. 1880, Evelyn L., dau. {d. 
1899) of sir Stuart Hogg; J.P. Norfolk 
(sheriff 1905) and Norwich, It.-col. 
commndg. (hon. col. 1903) 4 battn. Nor- 
folk regt. from 1902 : Colney, Norwich. 

Barclay, Robt., eld. s. of J. G.Barclay, 
of Leyton, Essex (d. 1898) ; b. 1843 ; m. 
1868, Elizabeth E., dau. of T. Fowell 
Buxton, of Easneye, Herts. ; a dir. of 
Barclay's bank, J.P. Herts.(sheriff 1893) : 
54 Lombard st. E.C. ; High Leigh, Hod- 
desdon, Herts ; Tarvie, Pitlochry, N.B. 

Barclay, Robert, eld. s. of A. K. Bar- 
clay, of Bury Hill, d.l., j.p. {d. 1869) ; b. 



1837; m. 1877, Laura Charlotte Rachel, 
dau. of M. Wyvill, of Constable Burton, 
Yorfcs. ; is D.L., J.P. (1895) Surrey (sheriff 
1878 ) : Windham club j Bury Hill, 

Barclay, Robt. Grrenfell, 3 s. of late 
John Barclay, of Falmouth, Cornwall : 
h. 1850 : m. 1875, Margaret J. dau. of late 
John Isitt, of Bradford, Yorks ; is .T.P. co. 
Durham : Bank House, Sbotley Bridge, 
CO. Durham. 

Barclay, Robt. Leatham, m.a. 
Cantab., eld. p. of Robt. Barclay, of 
High Leigh, Herts, J.P. ; h. 1860 ; m. 
Alice Eugenia, 4 dau. of late H. J. 
Smith-Bosanquet, of Broxborneburv, 
Herts; J.P. (1907) Herts: 54 Lombard 
sf. E.C. ; Gaston House, Bishop's 
Stortford ; Higham, Bury st. Edmunds. 

Barclay, sir Thos., ll.b. Paris, Ph.D. 
Jena. eld. s. of Geo. Barclay, ll.d., of 
Bonvil, Cupar Fife : h. 1863 ; m. 1877, 
Therese, dau. of Reinhold Teuscher, 
M.D., of Rio de Janeiro and Jena : barr. 
Lincoln's Inn 1881, correspondent of 
" The Times "in Paris 1876-82, vice-pres. 
of the International Law Assoc, pres. 
British Chamber of Commerce in Paris 
1899-1900, officer leg, hon., autVior of 
" Problems of International Practice and 
Diplomacy," and other books on inter- j 
national law, public and private, ■ 
knighted 1904 : 13 Old sq. Lincoln's Inn, | 
W.C. ; Reform club ; 17 rue Pasquier, j 
Paris, j 

Barclay, Thos., 2 s. of Jas. Barclay, of i 
Sunderland, co. Durham : b. 1839 ; m. 1, j 
1861, 2 dau. of late Robt. Jaques, M.ii.c.s., ' 
of Osmotherley, Yorks; 2, 1893, Mary 
Dingley, 2 dau. of Edwd. Pethybridge, 
of Launceston, Cornwall ; is J.P. (1894) | 
Warwickshire and (1906) City of Bir- 
mingham and Worcest' rshire : National 
Liberal club ; The Uplands, Blackwell, 
nr. Bromsgrove. 

Barclay, Emily, lady. — 2 dau. of late 
Jas. Stacey, of Kingston, Surrey ; m. 
1872,as his 2 wife, sir DavidWm.Barclay, 
10 hart. {d. 1888). 

Barclay, lady. — Louise M^lanie, 
youngest dau.and co-heir of E.J.deBelzim, 
of Mauritius ; m. 1856,8ir Colville Arthur 
Dnrell Barclay, 11 bart. C.M.G. [d. 1896) : 
6 Avt nue Marceau, Paris. 

Barcroft, Wm. Greer, 4 s. of John P 
Barcroft, Stangmore House, co. Tyrone ; 
b. 1841 ; m. 1872, dau. of John Park, of 
Birkenhead, Cheshire; is j.p. (1896) 
Flints : Caverhill,Claughton, Birkenhead, 

Bard'well,Thos. Newmnn Fred k., m.a., 
s.c.L. Oxon., only s. of late F. Bardwell, 
of Bolton Hall, Yorks, J.P. {d. 1890) ; b. 

1850 ; m. 1880, Lucv S.. eld. dau. {d. 1899, 
of rev. W. B. Garnett-Botfield, m.a., j.p., 
of Decker Hill and Bishops Castle. Salop ; 
barr. Inner Temple 1877 ; D.L., j.p. 
E. R. Yorks. (and c.C), lorH of the 
manor of Bolton : St. James' and York- 
shire (York) clubs j Bolton Hall, Wilber- 
foss, York. 

Barfield, John Chas. Feinaigle. j.p. 

(1903) Middlx. : Thatcham, Gt. North 
rd. Whetstone, N. 

Barge, Hy. Robt., j.p. (1907) co. 
London : 4 Woodstock rd. Poplar, E. 

Barham, sir Geo., only snrvg. s. of 
latt Fobt. Barham. of the Strand, W.C; 
b. 1836; m. 1859, Margaret, 2 dau. {d. 1906) 
of late Jarvis Rainey, of Spilsby, Lines : 
J.p. (1899) Middlx. (sheriff 1908), and 

(1904) Sussex, c.C. East Sussex, chm. 
Dairy Supply Co. Ltd. and Express 
Dairy Co. Ltd., pres.Brit.Dairy Farniers' 
assoc. 1908, mayor of Hampstead 1905- 
<!, knighted 1904 : Danehurst, ir2Haver- 
.=^tock Hill, N.W. ; Devonshire club ; 
Suape, Wadhurst, Sussex. 

Baring, vise, (title which would be 
borne by eld. s., if any living, of earl of 

Baring:, hon. Alex. Fras. St, Vincent, 
s. of 5 baron Ashburton ; b 1898. 

Baring, hon. Alexander Henry, 3 s. of 
4 baron Ashburton ; b. 1869 ; J.p. (1902) 
Hants : The Grange, Alresford. 

Baring, hon. Caryl Digby, 5 s. of 4 
baron Ashburton ; b. 1880 ; m. 1907, Ivy, 
dan. of H. B. Firmin, of 4 Herbert ores. 
S.W. ; served in S. Africa 1899-1902, It. 
Coldst. gds. 1900-7 : 35 Gloucester pi. 

Baring, hon. Cecil, m.a. Oxon.. 2 
survg. 8. of 1 baron Revelstoke ; b. 1864 ; 
m. 1902, Maude, dau. of late Pierre Loril- 
lard : heir ptes. to barony: Lambay 
Island, CO. Dublin. 

Baring, hon. Evelyn, 3 s. of 1 earl of 
Cromer ; 6. 1903. 

Baring, It. -col. hon.Everard, c.v.o. 
(1903), 3 survg. s. of 1 baron Revel- 
stoke ; b. 1865 ; m. lady Ulrica, 4 dau. of 
1 earl of Feversham ; served in Soudan 
expdn. 1898; maj. (brevet It.-col. 1903) 
10 huss. 1900-5, ret. p. 1905 ; mily. sec. 
to viceroy of India (lord Curzon of 
Kedleston) 1899-1905 : Naval and Mili- 
tary club ; Little Esher Place, Esher, 

Baring, maj. Fras. Chas., eld. s. of 
Wm. Hy. Baring, late capt. Coldst. e^ds., 
of Norman Court, Hants, J.p, {d. 1906) ; 
b. 1852 ; m. 1880, Isabella Augusta, eld. 
dau. (div. 1899) of Samuel Leo. Schuster ; 
maj. late 3 battn. (mil.) Hamnahir^ 



reg-h, J.P. (1904) Sants: 21 Parkside, 
Albert gate, S.W. ; Travellers' club; 
Tiinsbury Mauor, Komsey, Hants. 

Baring, hon.Fras.Hy., 2 survg. s. of 1 
baron Northbrook ; b. 1850 ; m. 1878, lady 
Grace Elizabeth, 2 dau. of 9 earl of Cork; 
b. 1866; sheriff of Surrey 1888, heir 
pres. to barony : 34 Gt. Cumberland pi. 
W. ; Brooks' and Athenaeum clubs. 

Baiiner, hon, Frederick Arthur, 2 s. of 
4 baron Ashburton ; b. 1867 ; ?«. 1890, 
Laura L. dau.of late — Hobson and step- 
dau. of Arthur Yates ; 2 It. 6 batt. (mil.) 
K. Fus. 1887-90, capt. Hampshire yeo. 
from 1902 : Candover House, Brown 
Candovcr, Hants. 

Baring,Godfrey,only s.of It.-gen.Chas. 
Baring, late Coldst. gds. (d. 1890),by dau. 
of rt. hon. sir Jas. Graham, 2 bart. ; b. 
1871 ; m. 1898, EvaH., dau. of late Alex, 
^neas Mackintosh, of Mackintosh ; j.p. 
(1894) Hants (sheriff 1897), d.l. Isle of 
Wight (ohm. C.c), parly, priv. sec. (un- 
paid) to und.-sec. of state for the 
Colonies (It.-col. J. E. B. Seely, m.p ) 
from 1908, m.p. (l.) Isle of Wight 
from 1906: 195 Queen's gate, S.W. ; 
Bachelors', Brooks's and Travellers' 
clubs ; Nubia House, Baring rd. Covves, 
I. of W. 

Baring, (Godfrey) Ivigel Everard, 4 
s. of Thos. Chas. Baring, of High Beech, 
Essex, D.L., J.P., M.P. (f/. 1891) ; b. 1870; 
7)1. 1908, hon. Ada Sybil, only child of 2 
baron Fermoy, b. 1879. 

Baring, capt. hon. Guy Victor, 4 s. of 
4 baron Ashburton; b. 1873; m. 1903, 
Olive, youngest dau. of Hugh C. Smith, 
of Mount Clare, Roehampton, S.W. ; 
served in S. African Avar 1899 1900, Brit. 
East Africa 1901, capt. coldst. gds. from 
1901, M.p. (c.) Winchester from 190G : 
16 Cadogan sq. S.W. ; Guards' club ; St. 
Cross Mill, Winchester. 

Baring, Harold Herman John, eld. s. 
of Thos. Chas. Baring, of High Beech, 
Essex, D.L., J.P., M.P. {d. 1891) ; 6. 1869 ; 
m. 1898, Marie Heyl, dau. of John 
Augustus Churchill, of New York, 
U.S.A : Wallsgrove House, High Beech, 
Loughton, Essex. 

Baring, hon. Hugo, 5 survg. s, of 1 
baron Revelstoke ; 6. 1876 ; m. 1905, 
lady Evelyn Hariiet, 2 dau. of 8 earl of 
Shaftesbury, and widow of 2 baron Mag- 
heramorne, b. 1865 ; served in S.African 
war 1900, 2 It. 4 buss. 1896-8, It. reserve 
of officers from 1899 : 32 Montagu sq. 
W. ; 62 Avenue Malakoff, Paris, 

Baring, hon. Maurice, 4 survg. s. of 1 
baron Revelstoke ; b. 1874 ; 3 sec. in 

diplomatic service 1900-5: 8 North, st. 
Westminster, S.W. 

Baring, Walter, 10 s. of Hy. Baring 
{d. 1848); b. 1814; sec. legation at 
Athens 1885-6 ; cLarg6 d'affaires at 
Cettinj6 1886-93, min. res. and consul- 
gen, in Uruguay 1893-1906. 

Baring, hon. Windham, 2 f . of 1 eail 
of Cromer ; b. 1880. 

Baring, hon. Alice, b. 1833; dau.of 

1 baron Northbrook : 6 Belvidere terr. 

Baring, hon.YenetiaMarjorie Mabel, 
6. 1890 ; hon. Aurea Vera, b. 1891 ; hon. 
Angela Mildred, b. 1893 ; daus. of 5 baron 

Baring- Gould, rev. Sabine, m.a. Can- 
tab. ; 8. of Edwd. Baiing-Gould, of Lew 
Trenchard, Devon, J. P., d.l. : b. 1834 ; m. 
1868, Grace, dau. of Joseph Taylor, of 
Horbury : j.p. Devon, author of •' Lives 
of the Saints," &C.&C., patron and rector 
from 1881, of Lew Treachaid, Lew Down 
S.O., Devon. 

Barker, vide Raymond-Barker. 

Barker, vide Yaudrey-Barker-Mill. 

Barker, Arthur Rowland, a.R.I.b.a., 

2 s. of rev. W. G. Baiker, of Sidcup, 
Kent; b. 1842; m. 1869, Ada, dau. of 
0. Humphrey Papps, of Ipswich, Suf- 
folk ; j.p. (1904) Middlx. : Grove House, 
Southgate, N. ; 11 Buckingham st. 
Strand, W.C. ; Royal Societies club. 

Barker, col. sir Fras. Wm. Jas., R.A., 
elder ?. of late Wm. Barker, of 21 Hatch 
st Dullin, and The Fort, Kilkeel, co. 
Down ; b. 1841 ; vi. 1873, Charlotte J., 
only child of late John Foster ; served in 
Abyssinian war 1867-8, at capture of 
Magdala ; late supt. Roy. Small Arms 
Factory at Birmingham, knighted 1906 : 
Essex Lodge, Cherry Gdn. avenue and 
Radnor dub, Folkestone. 

Barker, rev. Fredk., m.a. Oxon, s. of 
Richd. Barker, of Chester ; b. 1840 ; m. 
1872, Phoebe S., dau. of col. Vincent 
Williams, of Northenby, nr. Newbury ; 
j.p. Cambridgeshire ; rect. ofMiddleham, 
Yorks, 1874-81, of Cottenham,Cambiidge, 
L881-86, vicar of Grassendale, Lanes, 
1886-93, rect. of Wimborne St. Giles, 
Dorset, 1893-1907 : 67 Cheriton rd. 

Barker, ma j -gen. Geo., c.b. (1G05), 
R.E., s. of col. Geo. Barker, h.e.i.c.s. ; b. 
1849 ; m. 1888, hon. Clemency, dau. of 
1 baron Addington, b. 1856 ; served in 
Egypt 1882, battle of Tel-el-Kebir ; 
Bechuanaland expd. 1886, insp. of R.E. 
1904-8, maj.-gen, 1906 : Queen Anne's 
mansions, S.W.; United Service club; 
Cardfields, Hatticld Peveril, Essex. 



Barker, gen. sit Geo. Digby, k.c.b. 
(1900), s.of John Barker, of Clare Priory, 
Sufeolk ; b. 1833 ; m. 1, 1862, Frances 
Isabella {d. 1900), dau. of Geo. Murray, 
of Rosemoimt, Boss-shire ; 2, 1902, 
Katherine Weston, eld. dau. of Edwd. 
Golding Blwes ; served in Persian war 
1857 ; Indian Mutiny 1857-8 ; commdg. 
troops in China and Hong Kong 1890-5 ; 
gen. 1900 ; ret. p. 1902 ; col. N. Stafford- 
shire regt. from 1905 ; acting gov. of 
Hong Kong 1891, gov. of the Bermudas 
1896-1902; J. P. (1903) Essex and (1904) 
Suffolk : United Service club ; Clare 
Priory, Clare S.O. Suffolk. 

Barker, John, 8 s. of Richd. Barker, 
of Rodington, Salop ; b. 1847 ; m. 1, 1871, 
Mary Ann, widow of G Preston, Bir- 
mingham ; 2, 1893, Martha D., dau. of 
Thoe. Rogers, of Shrewsbury ; is J. p. 
(1895) Salop and (18—) Shrewsbury : 
School gardens, School court, Shrews- 

Barker, John, j.p. (1892) and c.\. 
(1899) W.R.Yorks : Harley Bank, Tod- 

Barker, John, j.p. Herts, aldm. co. 
London, 1889-92, chm. John Barker and 
Co. Ltd., Kensington, W.,and of Paquin 
Ltd., London and Paris, m.p. (l.) Penryn 
and Falmouth from 1906 : Old Court 
Mansions, Kensington, W. ; Devonshire 
and National Liberal clubs ; The Grange, 
Bishop's Stortford, Herts. 

Barker, John Edwd., k.c, M.A.Oxon., 
only 8. of Edwd. Barker, of Bakewell, 
CO. Derbv ; h. 1832; m. 1860, Susan M., 
dau. (rf.i889) of late Wm. Rowley Wyn- 
yard, It. R.N. aud widow of Jas. Mosley 
Leigh, of Davenham, Cheshire ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1862, Q.o. 1891, rec, of 
Leeds 1880-96, J.P.Derbyshire: Brook- 
lands, Bakewell. 

Barker, brig.-gen. John Stewart 
Scott, R.A., c.B. (iy03),s. of gen. sir Geo. 
Digby Barker, k.c.b. , j.P. ; b. 1853 ; m. 
1885, Agnes Mary. dau. of maj. Laurence 
Peel, late Oxfordshire L.I. ; served in S. 
African war 1901-2, a.a.G. 6 divn. 2 army 
corps 1902-4, brig, coramdr. (with temp, 
rank of brisj.-gen.) in India from 1907 : 
Naval and Military club. 

Barker, Joseph, 2 s. of Joseph Barker, 
of Loose, Kent ; b. 1841 ; m. 1867, Isa- 
bella, dau. of Thos. Castle, of Snodland, 
Kent; J.P. (1896) Kent and (1897) 
Maidstone (mayor 1895-6 and 1897-8) ; 
aid. from 1898 : National Liberal club ; 
Hill House, Loose, Maidstone, 

Barker, Joseph flurton Aveling, s. of 
Joseph Hurton Barker, of Mattimore 

House, Lines., J.P. {d. 1884) ; h. 1865 : 
St. Germans Hall, Lynn, Norfolk. 

Barker, Rayner Childe, c.i.e. (1889), 
8. of rev. T. C. Barker, late rect. of 
Carleton, Yorks ; b. 1858 ; m. 1894, Ella G. 
younger dau. of It.-col. S. Moores, of 
Southsea ; serve! with Burma expdn. 
1886, Hazara 1888 and 1891, engineer 
and electrician Indo - European Tele- 
graph dept. 1896-8. dir. of the Persian 
section from 1898 : Teheran, Persia. 

Barker, very rev. Wm., d.d., 3 s. of 
J, C, Barker, of Ellicombe, Somerset ; 6. 
1838 ; 7n. dau. of sir Jas. Ross, of Aston 
Abbotts, Bucks ; vicar of West Cowes, 
L of W. 1873-82, cliapln. to Queen Vic- 
toria 1876-80, canon of St. Paul's cath. 
1885-8, hon. chapln. to the King from 
1901, R.D. of St. Marvlebone 1905-8 and 
rect. 1882-1908, dean of Carlisle from 
1908 : The Deanery, Carlisle ; Devon- 
shire club. 

Barker, It.-col. Wm. Frank, c.m.g. 
(1907), D.s.o. (1900), served in S. African 
war 1899-1902; commdg. S. African 
Light Horse : Johannesburg, S. Africa. 

Barker, Wm. Holroyd, eld. s. of Wm. 
Barker, of Otley, Yorks ; b. 1857 ; m. 
1878, Elizabeth, dau. of W. Stirk, of 
Otley, Yorks; J.P. (1903) W. R. Yorks: 
Rutland House, Otley. 

Barker, hon. mrs. Clemency, vide 
col. Geo. Barker, c.B., r.e. 

Barking, bp. of, rt. rev. Thos. Stevens, 
D.D. Cantab,, f.s.a., s. of Thos. Ogden 
Stevens, of Clifton ; b. 1842 ; m. 1866, 
Ann E., dau. of Geo. Bertram, of St. 
Heliers, Jersey, and sis. of sir G^o. 
Bertram,'late bailiff of Jersey ; vicar of 
St. John* Stratford, E. 1889-1901, hon. 
canon of St. Albans from 1891, archdn. 
of Essex from 1894 ; bp. suffragan of 
Barking (dioc. of St. Albans) from 1901 : 
Bat king, Ensex, 

Barkly, lady, — Anne M., dau. of late 
gen. sir T. Simson Pratt, k.c.b. ; ?». i860, 
as his 2 wife, sir Hy. Barkly, G.C.M.G., 
k.c.b., M.P. (c.) Leominster 1845-9, gov. 
of B. Guiana 1849, Jamaica 1853, Vic- 
toria 1856, Mauritius 1863, of Cape 
1870-6 (d. 1898) : 1 Collingham pi. South 
Kensington, S.W. 

Barkworth, Algernon Hy., 2 s. of 
Hy. Barkworth, of Tranby House, Yorks; 
b. 1864; J.P. (1903) E. R. Yorks: Tran- 
by House, Hessle, E. Yorks. 

Barkworth, Edmund, s. of Henry 
Barkworth, of Tranbv House, Hessle, Pi. 
Yorks ; b. 1859 ; m. 1890, Clara Adelaide, 
dau. of T. Maitland Rei(i,of Leckhampton, 
Gloucestershire; is J.P. Dorset: South 
House, Piddletrenthide, Dorchester. 



Bark-worth, Thos., s. of late John 
Barkwortb, of Tranhy House, E. Yorks ; 
b. 1842 ; rn. 1868, Louisa,dau.of late Isaac 
Braithwaite,of Hookfield, Epsom ; is j.p. 
CO. Glamorgan : 10 Eaton gdns. Hove, 

Barlow, bp., vide Goulboura. 

Barlow, vice-adml. Chas. Jas., D.s.o. 
(1887), s. of Arthur Barlow, of Dublin ; 
b. 1848: w. 1892, Elizabeth H., dau. of 
Arthur Dight, of Queensland and N.S. 
Wales; served with Egyptian expdn. 
1882 ; 4 class Osmanieh ; Burma war 
1885-6, 2nd in commd. of Homo I^leet 
1904-5, supt. of DevoDport Dockyard 
1906-8, vice-admiral 1906. 

Barlow, Edwd. Percy, 2 s. of Eras. 
W. Barlow, of Bickley, Kent ; h. 1855 ; 
m. 1882, Alice M. dau. of Louis Evans, 
of Pant-y-Cendy, Carmarthenshiie ; 
J.p. (1901) Cinque Ports: Kearsney 
Court, Dover ; Union clnb. 

Barlow, Eustace Hepburn, eld. s. of 
It.-col. Freik. Barlow, of Hasketon, Suf- 
folk, j.p. {d. 1897); h. 1855; J.P. (1892) 
W.R. Yorks and (1900) Liberty of Ripon : 
Conservative club ; Sigsworth, Pateley 
Bridge, Yorks ; Hasketon, Suffolk. 

Barlow, Frank, 2 s. of Thos. Barlow, 
of Torkington Lodge, Cheshire, and Bryn 
Eirias. Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire, J.P. 
{d. 1897) ; b. 1859 ; m. 188.'}, Mary, eld. 
dau. of Thos.Carver, of Marple, Cheshire, 
J.P. ; is J.P. (1898) Cheshire (and c.A.) : 
Woodville, Marple, nr. Stockport ; 
Ystymcolwyn Hall, Meifod, nr. Welsh- 

Barlow, Fredk., J.P.(1894) Northants: 
Roth well House, Kettering, Northants. 

Barlow, It.-col. sir HilaroWm. Welles- 
ley, 5 bart. (1803), of Fort William, 
Bengal, R.A.; h. 1861 ; m. 1891, Victoria 
Katherine, eld. dau. of late col. Hugh 
Hibbert, late 7 R. Fus., of Birtles Hall, 
Cheshire; supt. R. Laboratory, Wool- 
wich, from 1902, lt.-(ol. r.a. 1905: 84 
Shooter's Hill rd. Blackheath 8.E. ; 
Royal Arsenal, Woolwich; Naval and 
Military club. 

Barlow, Jas., j.r. (1906) Lancashiie : 
Deardengate Farm, Haslingden, Man- 

Barlow, sir John Emmott, 1 bart. 
(1907),eld. s.of Thos. Barlow, of Torking- 
ton Lodge and Brad wall Hall, Cheshire, 
and Bryn Eirias, N. Wales, j.p. {d. 1897) ; 
b. 1857; m. 1895, hon. Anna M. H., sis. of 3 
baron Denman; barr. Inner Temple 1884, 
partner in firm of T. Barlow and Brother, 
of Manchester and London, and of Barlow 
and Co., Calcutta, Shanghai and Singa- 
pore, merchants, j.p. (1886) Cheshire 

: (and c.c.) and (1895) Somerset, m.p. (l.) 
Somerset fFrom<^ divn.) 1892-5 and from 
1896 : Brooks "s, Devonshire and National 
Liberal clubs ; Torkington Lodge, nr. 
Stockport; Bryn Eirias, Colwyn Bay, 
N. Wales. 

Barlow, John Robt..s.of Jas.BarloWjOf 
Greenthorne ; b. 1852 ; is J.P. Lancashire : 

Barlow, Percy, m.a. Cantab., 4 s. of 
Thos. Barlow, of Torkington Lodge and 
Bradwall Hal],Cheshire,and Bryn Eirias, 
N.Wales, J.p. {d. 1897); h. 1867; m. 
1892, Clara Frances, eld. dau. of late 
Wm. Staple Lee Midelton, of Somerset; 
bnrr. Inner Temple 1892, J.P. (1904) 
Middlx., M.P. (l.) Bedford from 1906: 
To' kins ton House, Creswick rd. Acton, 
W. ; 5 Esisex court. Temple, E.C. ; Bath, 
Royal Automobile and National Liberal 

Barlow, sir Thos., 1 bart. (1902), 
K.c.v.o.(1901),M,D. Lond., F.R.c.p.Lond., 
M.R.C.s. Eng., L.L.D. Aberd., Toronto, 
Harvard,; eld. s.of Jas. Barlow, 
of Greenthorne, Edgworth, Lanes, J.p. 
{d. 1887) ; b. 1845 ; m. 1880, Ada Helen, 
dau. of Patrick Dalm^hoy, w.s., of Edin- 
burgh ; phvs. to University Coll. Hosp., 
to Queen Victoria's Houseliold 1896-1901, 
phys. extrady. to Queen Victoria 1899- 
1901, phys. to the King's Household 
from 1901 {Heir, s. Jas. Alan N., b. 1881) : 
10 Wimpole st. W.; Athenaeum club; 
Boswellei, Wendover. 

Barlow, gen. William Jas. Pratt, 
eld. survg. s. of late capt. Thos. Pratt 
Barlow, of Bath ; b. 1827 ; m. 1855, Ade- 
laide M., dau. ((/. 1908 )of late capt. John 
Fisher, H.E.l.C.R.; gen. 1894, Ind. army; 
on U.S. list 1890 : 4 Park st. Bath. 

Barlow, Wm. Wycliffe, m.a. Cantab., 
eld. s. of Wm. Barlow, of Ardwick, 
Lanes. ; b. 1854 ; m. 1884, Emily, 2 dau. of 
Jas. Jardine, of Alderley Edge, j.p., d.l. ; 
barr. Lincoln's Inn 1883, j.p. Cheshire, 
lord of the manor of Maenan, in the 
counties of Carnarvon and Denbigh, N. 
Wales : Pitt Manor, nr. Winchester. 

Bamaby, sir Nathaniel, K.c.B. (1885), 
s. of late Nathl. Barnaby, insp. of ship- 
wrights, Chatham and Sheerness Dock- 
yards ; b. 1829 ; m. 1855, Sarah, dau. of 
John Webber, of Birmingham ; chf. 
naval architect 1872, director of naval 
constrn. 1876-85, v. p. Inst, of naval 
architects : Moray House, Lee, S.E. 

Barnard, lord "(9 baron 1698, Eng.'). 
Henry de Vere Vane, eld. s. of sir H. M. 
Vane {d. 1886) ; b. 1854 ; m. 1881, lady 
Catherine S., 4 dau. of 3 marq. of Exeter, 
b. 1861 ; B.A. Oxon., D.C.L. (hon.) Dur- 



ham, barr. Inner Temple, 1879 ; D.L., 
J. P., CO. Durham, It. 3 battn. (mil.) 
Northants regt. 1876-84, lion. col. 4 battn. 
(mil.) Durham L.I. from 1900 ; cbni. Tee-j 
Fishery board ; prov. G.M. of Free- 
masons for Durham; sue. his kins- 
man, 4 and last duke of Cleveland, k.g., 
in barony of Barnard 1891 (Heir, s. hon. 
Henry C Vane, qAi.) : 20 Belgrave eq. 
S.W. ; Brooks's and Oxford and Cam- 
bridge clubs ; Raby Castle, Darlington ; 
Glenside, Saltburn-by-Sea, Yorks. 

Barnard, Alfred Philip, 2 i^. of 
Lazarus Barnard, of Hardjngham, Nor- 
folk ; h. 1847 ; m. 1808, Adelaide, dau. of 
G-. Fifck, of Ipswich, Suffolk ; .i.p. (1900) 
CO. London : 800 Amhurst rd. Stoke 
Newingtoii, X. ; 309 Hackney rd. N.E. 

Barnard, Edmund Broughton, m.a. 
Cantab., s. of Wni. Farnard, of Ilarlo">v, 
Essex and Sawbridgeworth, Herts; b. 
1856; 771. 1880, Alice Maud,dau. {d.VM7)oi 
C. Richardson, of Wimbledon, Surrey; J. P. 
(1908) Essex and (1900) Herts (C.A.), 
memb, Thames and Lee Conservancy 
boards, Agriculture board of studies at 
Cambridge univ.,aud chm. of Metropol. 
Water board, M.p, (l.) Kidderminster 
from 1900 : Westminster Palace Hotel, 
4 Victoria st. S.W.; Reform and Na- 
tional Liberr 1 clubs ; Fair Green House, 
Sawbridgeworth S.O. Herts. 

Barnard, Frank Stewart, j.p. (1902) 
Carnarvonshire (sheriff 1903) : 42 Port- 
land pi. W. ; Bryn Bras Castle, Llanrug, 
N. Wales. 

Barnard, sir Herbert, f.s.a., s. of John 
Barnard, of Ham, Surrey; b. 1831 ; in. 
1854, Ellen, dau. of Wm. Wyndham, of 
Dinton, Wilts ; J. p. Surrey, co. London 
and Middlesex, chm. Public Works Loan 
commn. ; knighted 1898 : 23 Portland 
pLW. ; Burrows Lea, Gomshall, Guild- 
ford, Surrey. 

Barnard, John, only s. of John 
Barnard, f.s.a., of i^awbridgeworth, 
Herts ; b. 1808 ; j.p. (1906) and c.C. 
Herts : Alston Oak, Harlow, Essex. 

Barnard, Thomas, s. of late Thos. 
Barnard, of Bedford ; b. 1830 ; in. 1859, 
Isabella H. T. youngest dau. of late H. 
L. Long, of Hampton Lodge, Surrey : 
major of Bedford 1854-5, m.p. (l.) 
Bedford 1857-9, d.l., j.p. Beds : Brooks's 
and Reform clubs ; Cople House, nr 

Barnard, Thos. Henry,only s. of Tho?. 
Barnard, of Bedford, o.l., j.p. ; b. i860 ; 
m. 1897, Bertha Mary, ehl. dau. of late 
Hy. Ralph Lambton, of Redfield, Bucks ; 
J.p. Beds: Kcmpston Hoo, nr, Bedford. 
Barnard, maj.-gen. Wm. Osborne, 

s. of late Geo. Barnard, of Cross Deep, 
Twickenham: b. 1838; m 1872, Isabella, 
dau. of Eras. Tucker, of 11 Dorset sq. ; in 
90 regt. 1850-86, commd. 53 regtl. dist. 
1887-8, brig.gen. commdg. Nerbudda dist. 
Bengal 1888-93,commdg.troops,Mauritius 
1895-6, maj.-gen. commdg. 2 inf. brig. 
Aldershot 1896-9, ret. p. 1899, col. Man- 
chester reg . from 1904 : 5l, Montagu 
mansions, Portman sq. W. ; Army and 
Navy club. 

Barnard, Wm. Tyndall, k.c, eld. s. 
of laie Wm. Tyndall Barnard, of South 
Hornsey, N. ; b. 1856 ; barr. Gray's Inn 
1879, bencher 1896, K.c. 1905, treas. 
1905-0 : Somerset Lodge, Manor Way, 
Blackheath, S.E. ; 13 King's Bench 
walk. Temple, E.C. 

Barnard, mrs. Sophia L., 5 dau. of 
hon. Andrew Godfrey Stuarr, of Lisdhu, 
CO. Tyrone (d. 1872) ; m. 1802, Chas. 
Edwd. G. Barnard, of Cave Castle, 
Yorks, J.P. (d. 1894) ; patron of the liv- 
ing and lady of the manor of South 
Cave: Cave Castle, South Cave S.O. 

Barnardiston, col. Nathl., s. of Nathl. 
Clarke Barnardiston, of TheRyes, Sud- 
bury, Suffolk, D.L., J.p. {d. 1883) ; b. 1832 ; 
m. 1858, lady Florence, dau. of 4 earl of 
Dartmouth, b. 1838 : late 27 foot, J.P. 
Essex, D.L., J.P. Suffolk ; chm. quart. 
sess. (from 1876) and of c.C. (1889-99) 
for W. Suffolk, brig.-commdg. Harwich 
vol. inf. brig. 1890-99 : Jun. United Ser- 
vice club ; The Ryes, near Sudbur}^ 

Barnardiston, col. Nathl. Walter, 
M.v.o. 4 class (1904), eld. s. of col. 
Nathl. Barnardiston, of The Ryes, 
Suffolk, D.L., J.P. by lady Florence, 
5 dau. of 4 earl of Dartmouth ; b. 
1858 ; m. 1892, Sarah Hall, 3 dau. of 
late hon. D. R. Floyd-Jones, of Fort 
Neck House, Long Island, U.S.A. 
and formerly It.-gov. of New York ; J.P. 
Suffolk, served in S.African war 1901-2, 
2 in command Roy. Mill. Coll. Sandhurst 
from 1906, brevet col. 1907, commdr. order 
of Osmanieh (1901), commdr. order of 
Sword (1901), of order of Dannebrog 
(1904), of order of Leopold of Belgium 
(1900) and of order of St. Olaf of Norway 
(1906) : Naval and Military club ; The 
Ryes, nr. Sudbury, Suffolk. 

Barnardiston, adml. Thomas, s. of 
late N. C. Barnardiston, of The Ryes, 
Sudbury, Suffolk; b. 1833; m. 1864, 
Lucy Mary, dau. of late adm. Chas. 
Wise ; in Burmese war 1852-3 ; Baltic 
1854-5 ; Abyssinian expdn. 1868 ; adml. 
on ret. list 1897. 


Barnby, lady. — Edith Mary, dan. of 
It.-col. J. W. Silverthorne, D.L., j.p., of 
Ashurst, Kent {d. 1902) ; jn. 1878, sir 
Joseph Barnby, knt., principal of Guild- 
hall School of Music 1892-6 {d. 1896). 

Bame,capt. Miles, eld. s. of col. Fredk. 
St. John Newdegate Barne, of Sotterley 
Park, Suffolk, M.P., J.P. {d. 1898), by 
dau. of 5 raajq. of Hertford; b. 1874; 
m. 1901, Violet Ella, eld. dau. of sir 
Archibald E. Orr-Ewing, 3 bart. by 
hon. Mabel, dau. of 3 vise. Sidmouth ; 
served in S. African war 1900-2, capt. 
Scots gds. 1901-4, ret. p. 1901, maj. 
Suffolk Yeo. from 1907, J.P. (1906) 
Suffolk : Guards' club ; Sotterley, 
Wangford ; Dunwich, Saxmnndham. 

Barne, lady Constance, dau. of 5 marq. 
of Hertford, b. 1852 ; w. 1871, It.-col. 
Fredk. St. John Newdegate Barne, late 
Scots Fus.gds., of Sotterley Park, Suffolk, 
j.p.,M.p. {d. 1898) : Hill House, Belstead, 

Bameby, Philip Bartholomew, 2 s. of 
Wm. Barneby, of Saltmarsh Castle and 
Clater Park,' Herefordshire, d.l., j.p, 
{d. 1895) ; b. 1875 ; m. 1905, Louisa Geral- 
dine, dau. of Robt. Wood Ingham, judge 
of county courts, of Sugwas Court, 
Herefordshire : J.i'. (1902) Monmouth- 
shire : Trewyn, Abergavenny (railway 
station, Pandy G.W. Ily.) 

Bameby, Richard Hicks, eld. survg. 
s. of Wm. Hy. Barneby, of Longworth, 
Herefordshire, D.L., J. P., by 3 dau. of late 
sir Michael Hicks-Beach, 8 bart., m.p. ; 
b. 1875; D.L., J.P. (1896) Herefordshire : 
Jun. Carlton and Bath clubs ; Long- 
worth, Hereford ; The Croft, Ardington, 

Barneby, Wm. Hy., s. of late J. 
Barneby, m.p. ; b. 1843 ; m. 1865, Alice 
Mary, 3 dau. of late sir Michael Hicks- 
Beach, 8 bart., M.P.; D.L., J.P., c.A. Here- 
fordshire (sheriff 1884), patron of 1 
living : Longworth, Hereford; Bfocking- 
ton Grange, Bromyard ; Naval and Mili- 
tary, and Jun. Carlton clubs. 

Barneby, Wm. Theodore, eld. s. of W. 
Barneby, of Saltmarshe Castle and 
Clater Park, Herefordshire, D.L., J.P. {d. 
1895); b. 1873; barr. Inner Temple 
1898, D.L., J.P. (1896) Herefordshire 
(sheriff 1904) : Jun. Carlton club ; Salt- 
marshe Castle, Bromyard, Worcester 
(railway station, Bromyard ; telegraph 
oflBce, Tedstone-Wafre). 

Barnes, gen. Ardley Henry Fal- 
wasser, R.m.L.i. ; b. 1837 ; in. 1869, A. 
W. Maria, eld. dau. of late rev. T. L. J. 
Sunderland, M.A., of Ravensden Grange, 
Beds, and Coley,yorks ; served in China 


war 1856-8, in operations in Canton river 
and Fatsham creek, gen. R.m.L.i. 1901, 
iret. list 1902, J.P. (1902) Hant;? : 4 
. Crescent park, Alverstoke. 
j Barnes, Arthur Gorell, M.A. Cantab., 
j eld. s. of Alfred Barnes, of Ashgate 
Lodge,Derbyshire,M.p.,n.L.,J.P.((i.l901) ; 
b. 1855 ; m. 1891, Everilda M., 6 dau. of 
Henry F. Beaumont, of Whitley Beau- 
mont, Yorks, M.p. ; J.P. Derbyshire 
capt. (hon. maj. 1892), 3 battn. (mil.) 
Derbyshire regt. 1877-93: Reform and 
Brooks's clubs ; Glapwell Hall, Chester- 

Barnes, Chas. Augustus, eld. s. of J. 
Barnes, of Chorleywood House, Rick- 
mansworth ((/. 1805) ; b. 1830 ; m. 
Rowena F. M., dau. of late Geo. De 
Bosco Attwood; J.P. Herts: Chax-Ueshope, 
Chorleywood West, Herts. 

Barnes, Edmund, D.L., J.P. (1894) co. 
London : 220 Camden rd. N.W. 

Barnes, E. Wilson, M.A. Cantab, only 
s. of late Edmund Barnes ; b. 1855; m. 
1881, Evelyn M., eld. dau. of rev. R. K. 
Bolton, rect. of Newbold ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1880, j. p. (1882) Derbyshire and 
Notts : Borris Lodge, Borris, co. Carlow. 

Barnes, Edwin Clay, 4 s. of Alfred 
Barnes, of Ashgate Lodge, Chesterfield, 
M.P., D.L.. J.P. {d. 1901) ; h. 1864 ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1890, J.P. (1904) Derby- 
shire : Oxford and Cambridge and Re- 
form clubs ; Ashgate Lodge, Chesterfield. 

Barnes, Fras.Edwd. s.of Wm.Barnes, 
of Forest Hill, Kent; b. 1841; m. 1, 
1864, Elizabeth E., dau. (d. 1905) of 
Edwin Denham, of Guernsey ; 2, 1905. 
Edith West, of Monks Risborough ; J.P. 
Surrey, mayor of Reigate 1897-1902 : 
Normanton, Reigate Heath, Surrey. 

Barnes, Fredc. Gorell, M.A. Cantab., 
P.R.G.S., only survg. s. of late Chas. 
Barnes, of Mossley Hill, Lanes., J.P. ; 
b. 1856 ; m. 1894, Caroline Anne Roper, 
only dau. of sir Roper Lethbridge, 
K.C.I.E., of Esbourne Manor, Devon ; 
barr. Inner Temple 1885, D.L., J.P. (1897) 
Kent, M.P. (c.) N. E. Kent 1895-1900: 
Carlton and Garrick clubs ; Turks Place, 
Cran])rook, Kent ; Eyot Wood,Shiplake, 

Barnes, Geo. Nicoll, s. of — Barnes, 
of Lochee, Forfar ; b. 1859; asst. sec. to 
Amalgamated Soc. of Engineers 1892-5, 
gen. sec. from 1896, m.p. (lab.) Glasgow 
(Blackfriars and Hutchesontown divn.) 
from 1906 : 108 Peckham rd. S.E. 

Barnes, Geo. Stapylton, eld. s. of late 
Geo. Carnac Barnes, c.B. ; b. 1858 ; ?ra. 
1887, Sybil de Gournay, dau. of late 
Chas. Buxton, m.p,, of Foxwarren. 



Surrey ; comptroller of companies dept. 
Board of Trade from 1904 : « Delahay st. 
Westminster, S.W. ; Reform and Alpine 
clubs ; Foxholm, Cobliam, Siirfey. 

Barnes,Henrv,ivi.D.,i.L. n.,F.R.s.E.,s. of 
Joseph Barnes, ot Aikton, Cumberland ; 
b. J 842; m. 1873, Emily Mary, dau. of 
Thos. Barnes, of Bolton, Lancashire : 
J. P. Cumberland and Carlisle ; v. P. 
(formerly Pres.) Brit. Med. Assoc. : 6 
Portland sq. Carlisle. 

Barnes. Hy. Durell, Berkeley, Dun- 
kirk. Faversham, Kent. 

Barnes, Howaith, j.p. (1906) co. 
London : Cranleigrh, North side, Clap- 
ham Common, S.W. 

Barnes, sir HusrhShakespear, K.c.R.i. 
(1903), K.c.v.o. (1903), s. of late Ralph 
Jas. Barnes, I.C.S. : b. 1853 ; m. I, 
1888, Winifred, eld. dau. {d. 1892) of sir 
John Strachey, G.C.s.i., c.t.e. ; 2, 1894, 
Edith H., dau. of late rev. canon 
Reginald Barnes; entd. I.C.S. 1874, 
priv. sec. to Financial memb. of Council 
1896, on special duty foreign dept. 1879, 
political ofl&cer Kandahar 1880, asst. to 
agent to gov.-gen., Baluchistan 1881, 
political at^ent Quetta 1883, rev. commr. 
1891, agent to gov.-gen. 189(), foreign 
sec. to govt, of India 1900-3, It. -gov. 
of Burma, 1903-5, memb. of Indian 
council from 1905 : 8 Hyde Park terr. 
W. ; India office, S.W. 

Barnes, John Edwd.. M.R.c.f?. Rng., 
L.S.A., J.p. Suffolk : Glare S.O. Suifolk. 

Barnes, John Fiedk. Evelyn, o.m.g. 
(1901),M.i.c.E.. s. of late F. P. Barnes ; b. 
1851; 7ft. 1879, Mary S. Giaves; chief engr. 
of public works dept. of Natal from 1894 : 
45 Burger st. Pieterraaritzburg, Natal. 

Barnes, rt. hon. sir John Gorell, 
P.C. (1905), M.A.. LL.D. (hon.) Cantab., 
eld. 8. of late Hy. Bunes, of Liver- 
pool; 6.1848: w. 1881, Mary H., eld. 
dau. of late Thos. Mitchell, of West 
Arthurlie ; barr. Inner Temple 1876, 
bencher 1896, q.c. 1888, a justice of high 
court of justice (probtte, divorce and 
admiralty divn.) 1892-1905, pres. from 
1905, knighted 1892 : 14 Kensington Park 
gdns. W. : Stratford Hills, Stratford St 
Mary, Suifolk. 

Barnes, col. Osmond, c.b., s. of John 
Barnes, of Chnrleywood House, Herts; 
h. 1834 ; m. 1862, Emily, dau. of gen. 
Edwd. E. Mainwaring; served in In- 
dian mutiny, 1857-9 ; Abyssinian cam- 
paign, 1868 ; Afghan war^ 1878-9 ; with 
Zhob Vallev expdn. 1884, Ind. army : 
40 Mount Park rd. Ealing. W. 

Barnes, Thos. Underwood, j.p. (1908) 

Dorbysbire : Trent House, Long Eaton, 

Barnes, Wm. Middleton, j.p. (1906) 
Cumberland : Cat-swell House, Ellen- 
borough. Mary port. 

Barnett, Charles Edward, eld. s. of 
Chas. G-eo.Barnett. of Sunninghill, Berks, 
J.P.(dl896); b. 1848 ; to. ]872,hon. Augusta 
Rosa, 2 dau, of 1 baron Ormathwaite : 
Arthur's club ; Edge Grove, Watford, 

Barnett, capt. Geo. Hy.. eld. s. of 
Frank H. Barnett, of Glympton, Oxon, 
J.p. (d 1907); b. 1880; m. 1901, Mary 
Dorothea, dau. of late rev. Robt. Low- 
bridge Baker,of Ramsden House, Oxon. ; 
served in S. African war 1900-2, Somali- 
land expdn. 1903, caiU. King's R. Rif. 
Corps from 1907: Boodl-.'s club; Glymp- 
ton Park, Woodstock. 

Barnett, Geoffrey Arthur. 4 s. (>i 
Chas. E. Burnett, of Edge Grove, Wat- 
ford, by hon. Augusta R., 2 dau. of 1 
baron Ormathwaite ; h. 1880 : m. 1907, 
lady Aline, 3 dau. of 3 earl of Verulam ; 
h. 1883. 

Barnett, rev. canon Samuel Augustus. 
M.A. Oxon., s. of F. A. Barnett. of 
Bristol ; b. 1844; m. 1873, dau. of Alex. 
Rowland, of Champion Hall, K*^nt; 
vicar of St. Jude, Whitechapel, E. 1872- 
1893, and cur. 1897-1903, warden of 
Toynbee Hail 1884-1906, select preach. 
Oxford Univ. 1896-7, Camb. Univ. 1900, 
canon of Bristol 1893-1906, of Wes-t- 
minster from 190(5 : Little Cloisters, 
Westminster. S.W. 

Barnett. Walter, lord of the manor 
of Biltai : Bilton Hall. nr. Rugby. 

Baruewall. hon. Chas. Alovsius, 2 s. 
of 18 baron Trimlestown ; h. 1899. 

Barne-wall, sir Reginald Aylmer, 10 
bart. (1622), only child of 9 bart. {d. 
1838) ; b. 1838 : 23 Cliveden pi. Eaton sq. 
S.W. ; St. James's, Brooks's, Wellington, 
and Kildare St. (Dublin) clubs. 

Bamewall, hon. Reginald Nicholas 
Fras. Mary, eld. .s. of 18 baron Trimles- 
town ; b. 1897. 

Barne"wall, hon. Annie, h. 18 — ; hon. 
Marcella, b. 18 — ; sis. of 18 baron 
Trimlestown : 6 Mount St. cres. Dublin. 
Barnewall, hon. Ivy Esmay Myee, b. 
1890 ; hon. Marcella Hilda Charlotte, b. 
1893; Letitia Anne Margaret, b. 1895; 
daus. of 18 baron Trimlestown. 

Barnham, Henry Dudley, c.m.g. 
(1897), s. of late Chas. W. Barnham ; 
b. 18— ; m. 1897, Rosalie M., dau. of 
John B. Newton, C.E., of Kingston-on- 
Thame^ ; consul at Aleppo, Turkey, 
1894-1906, consul-gen. at Ispahan, 



Persia, 1006-8, at Smyrna from 1908 : 
British Consulate-General, Smyrna, 

Bamsbee, Epliraim, .t.p. (1905) 
Lancashire : St. Ives, Balmoral rd. 
Morecambe, Lanes. 

Barnsley, John, eld. s. of Tbos. Barns- 
ley, of Edgbaston,Warwickshire, j.p. ; b. 
1858 ; m. 1882, Ellen Rutherford, dau. of 
late Robt. Davis, of "Wandsworth, Sur- 
rey, J.P. ; is J.P. (1895) Warwickshire, 
It.-col. commdg. 5 battn. R. Warwick 
regt. from 1908 : Earlsfield, Woodbourne 
rd.Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Barnsley, Milne, 4 s. of late Geo. 
Barnsley, of Liverpool; h. 1864; m. 
1890, Katharine, dau. of J. M. Cheetbam, 
of Kyford Park, Glo's ; j.p. (1906) 
Glo'stershire : Coldicote, Moreton - in - 

Barnstaple, archdeacon of (Ex.), 
vide ven. Albert E. Seymour. 

Barnston, Harry, m.a. Ch. Ch. Oxon., 
s. of maj. Wm. Bamston, of Crewe Hill. 
J.P. {d. 1872) -.b. 1870 ; barr. Inner Temple 
1898, J.P. (1897) Chei-hire, lord of manor 
of Farndon, capt. Cheshire I. Y, in 
1906 : Crewe Hill, Farndon, Cheshire. 

Barr, It.-col, sir David Wm. Keith, 
K.c. 8.1.(1902), s. of late It. -gen. H. J. Barr, 
I.S.C.j b. 1846 ; 7n,.1871, Constance, dau. of 
late maj. -gen. J.G. Scott, Bombay Army ; 
served in Abyssinian campaign 1868, 
agent to the gov,-gen. in Central India 
1894-1900, resident, Hyderabad, 1900-5, 
memb. of council of India from 1905 : 
40 Evelyn gdns. S.W. ; United Service 

Barr, sir Jas., m.d. Glas., f.r.c.p, 
Lond., F.R.s. Edin., ll.d. Toronto, eld, s. 
of late Samuel Barr, of Claremont, co, 
Tyrone, J,P, ; h. 1849; m. 1882, Isabella, 
dau. of J, Woolley, of Liverpool ; lectn 
on and examiner in clinical med, Liver- 
pool Univ., examiner in med. to Glasgow 
Univ. ; knighted 1905 : 72 Rodney st. 

Barr, John, s. of John Barr, of 
Campsie Glen, Stirlingshire ; b. 1852 ; m. 
1894, Kate, dau. of John McAdam, of 
Bridge of Weir ; is J.P. (1895) Derby- 
shire : Dinting Lodge, Glossop. 

Barr, John, m.b. Glasg., s. of late 
Samuel Barr, of Claremont, co. Tyrone, 
J.P. ; b. 1853 ; m. 1875, Minnie, dau. of 
Geo. Hewson Appleby, of Scarborough ; 
J.P. (1893) Lancashire : Willow Grange, 
Rishton, Lanes. 

Barran, Alfred, 4 s. of sir John 
Barran, 1 bart., M.P.. j.p. (rf, 1905) ; 

2, 1904, Anne Mabel, only dau. of late 
capt, T. C. Wharton, 97 regt. ; J.P. (1905) 
W. R. Yorks and Leeds : Reform and 
Alpine clubs ; Moor House, Headingley, 

Barran, Chas., 3 s. of sir John Barran, 
1 bt. (d. 1905) ; b. 1849 ; m. 1876, Louisa A. 
dau. of late John McNab, of Midton 
House, Renfrewshire ; J.P. (1894) Devon, 
chm. Dart dist. board of conservators : 
Berry House, Berry Pomeroy, Totnes, 
Devon ; Roy. Western Yacht club, 

iBarran, Henry, m.a., ll.m. Cantab,, 
5 s. of s^r John Barran, 1 bt, id. 1905) ; 
h. 1856 ; m. 1891, Rosalie M., dau, of late 
Edgar Flower, of Middlehill, Worcester- 
shire ; barr. Inn^r Temple 1886, j.p. 
(1903) W. R, Yorks: Reform club; 
Shadwell Grange, Moor Allerton, nr, 

Barran, sir John Nicholson, 2 bt. 
(1895), B.A,Cantab, eld, s. of John Barran 
(d. 1886) and grands, of 1 bt., m.p., j.p. 
(r/. 1905) ; h. 1872 ; m. 1902, Alice Mar- 
garita, eld. dau. of rev, Leighton Parks, 
D.D., of >Jew York^, U.S.A. {IIeir,s. John 
Leighton, h. 1901) : Reform club ; Sawley 
Hall, nr. Ripon, YorVs. 

Barran, Rowland Hirst, 6 s, of sir 
John Birran, 1 bt. (d. 1905) ; *. 1858 ; 
m. 1887, Rose Cardew^, da'), (marriage 
dissolved 1899) of rev, Gilbert Bradley ; 
m.p, (l,) N. Leeds from 1902 : Reform, 
Bath, and Ranelagh clubs ; Beechviood, 
Round hay, nr. Leeds, 

Barran, dow. lady. — Eliza, dau. of 
Wm. Brown, of Helensburgh, N.B. ; in. 1, 
John BiltoD, of Scarborough ; 2, 1878, as 
his 2 wife, sir John Barran, 1 bt., M.P., 
J.P. (d. 1905) : Chapel Allerton Hall, nr. 

Barratt, vide Layland-Barratt. 

Barratt, Jas. Wm. Hy., 2 s. of Wm. 
Barratt, of Holly How, Coniston, Lanes., 
J.p. {d. 1881); b. 1850; m. 1880, Mar- 
garetjdau.of Greo.Petherick,of Porthpean 
House, St. Austell, Cornwall ; J,P, Lanca- 
shire : Constitutional club ; Holywath, 
Coniston S.O. Lanes. 

Barratt, Walter Edwd., 2 s. of Jas. 
Barratt, of Kersal, Lanes ; b. 1850; m. 
1887, Ethel, dau. of Gilbert McMicking, 
of Miltonise, Wigtonshire ; J.P. (1897) 
Salop : Linley Hall, nr. Bishop's Castle, 

Barratt, Wm. Isaac, youngest s. of late 
Wm. Barratt, of Coniston, Lancashire ; 
b. 1855 ; ?n. 1882, Ethel, youngest dau. of 
late J. Wood, of Manchester ; J.P. (1886) 

h. 1851 ; m. 1, 1883, Lilly Maria, dau. {d. I Cumberland and (1893) Lancashire 
1885) of late Thos. Scattergood, m.r.cs.; Kepplewray, Broughton-in-Furness, 



^ Barrett, Alex. Gould, j.p. (1906) 
Somerset : Moredon, North Curry, Taun- 

Barrett, maj.-gen. sir Arthur Arnold, 
K.c.B.(1908), 8. of late rev. Alfred Barrett. 
D.D.; &. 1857 ; m. 1894, Mary, dau.(d 1897) 
of Jas. Haye, of Fowey, Cornwall; served 
in Afghan war 1879-80, Hazara expin. 
1888, Miranzai (2nd) expdn. 1891, 
Himza-Nagar expdn. 1891, Tirah 1897-8, 
brig, commdr. 1 (Peshawur) divn. 
Northern cotnmd. India from 1907, maj.- 
gen. 1906, Ind. army : Nowshera, India. 

Barrett, vide Moulton-Barrett. 

Barrett, Cbas. RoUo, s. of late capt. 
S. G. Barrett, of Heighington, co. Dur- 
ham ; b. 1854; m. 1882, Mary Delmar, 
dau. of Alfred Barry, of Sevenoaks, 
Kent; is J.p. (1894) co. Durham : White- 
hill Hall, Chester-le-Street. 

Barrett, Fredk. Whitfield, youngest 
s. of late W. Barrett, of Silver Spring 
House, Cork ; b. 1875 ; m. 1904, hon. 
Isobel Caroline, 5 dau. of 4 baron 
Kensington, b. 1879 ; It. 15 huss. from 
1899 : Silver Spring House, co. Cork. 

Barrett, maj.-gen. Hy. Walter ; b. 
1857 ; served in Zulu war 1879, S. African 
war 1900-1, col. A. Ord. dept. 1902, insp. 
of equipment and ordnance stores (rank- 
ing as maj.-gen.) from 1905. 

Barrett, It.-gen. John : ret. f . p. 1880. 

Barrett, Louis Arthur, eld. survg. s. of 
J. B. Barrett, of Milton, Berks, j.p. (d. 
1886) ; 0. 1869 : Milton House, Steventon 
S.O. Berks. 

Barrett, Robt. Bell, youngest s. of 
late capt. Barrett, of Heighington House, 
CO. Durham ; b. 18 — ; vi. 1893, Frances 
M., youngest dau. of late Wm. Robinson, 
of Reedley Hall, Burnley ; j.p. West- 
morland : New club; Skipton Castle, 
Skipton, Yorks. 

Barrett, Thos. Lawrence, 2 s. of Henry 
Barrett, of Chelsea, Middx ; 6. 1841 ; m. 
1863, 2 dau. of Wm. Adams, of Milton, 
Cambridgeshire : j.p. Liberty of Peter- 
borough : LongCauseway,Peterborough. 

Barrett, maj. Wm., s. of G. Barrett, 
of North Curry; m. 1861, Charlotte 
Maria Herring, dau. of Wm. Wheaton 
Chard of Mount Tamar, Plymouth ; D.L., 
J.P. Somerset (sherifi:" 1892), patron of 1 
living : Conservative club ; Moredon, 
North Curry, Taunton, Somerset. 

Barrett, Wra., jun., eld. s. of maj. Wm. 
Barrett, of North Curry, Somerset, D.L., 
J.p. ; b. 1863; J.P. Somerset, late It. 5 
drag, gds., It. -col. commdg. (hon. col. 
1901) W. Somerset I. Y. from 1900: 
Moredon, North Curry, Taunton. 

Barrett, Wm. Scott, s, of Ute J. C, 

Barrett, of Leeds; b. 1843; m. 1869> 
Julia L., youngest dau. of late rev. A. A- 
Colvile, of Livermere, Suffolk ; is J.P. 
and c. A. for Lancashire (vice-chm. quart. 
sess. and dim. c.c.) : National Liberal 
club ; Abbotsgate, Blundellsands, Lanes. 

Barrett, lady Maud E. Gundreda, 2 
dau. of 9 earl of Cavan ; b. 1869 ; m. 1892, 
Hy. John Barrett (d. 1901) : 45 Gt. Cum- 
berland pi. Hyde Park, W. 

Barrett - Hamilton, maj. Gerald 
Edwin Hamilton, b.a. Cantab., only s. 
of capt. Samuel Barrett - Hamilton, 
M.R.I. A., of Kilmanock, co. Wexford, 
D.L., J.P. ((/. 1906); b. 1871; in. 1903, 
Maude Charlotte, only survg. dau. of 
mrs. S, C. Eland, of Ravenshill, Pieters- 
burg, Transvaal ; barr. Inner Temple 
1896, J.p. CO. Wexford (sheriff 1904), 
served in S. African war 1901-2 ; hon 
capt. in thearmy 1902, maj. 5batt. (mil.) 
R. Irish Rif. 1905-8, res. of officers from 
1908 : Kildare St. club, Dublin ; Kil- 
manock House, Campile, Waterford. 

Barrett-Lennard, Richd. Fiennes, 
M.A. Cantab., 2 s. of sir Thos. Barrett- 
Lennard, 2 bt., of Belhus ; b. 1861 ; m. 
1892, Lepel J., eld. dau. of late rev. Hy. 
Thornton Pearse, of 33 Evelyn gdns. 
S.W. ; J.P. (1883) Essex: 233 Eastern 
rd. Kemp Town, Brighton ; United Uni- 
versity, and Union (Brighton) clubs. 

Barrett -Ijennard, sir Thos., 2 bt. 
(1801), of Belhus, grands, of 1 bt. {d. 
1857) ; b. 1826 ; m. 1853, Emma, dau. of 
rev. sir John Page Wood, ll.d., 2 bt., 
and niece of 1 baron Hatherley : M.A. 
Cantab., D.L. co. Monaghan (sheriff 1866), 
D.L., J.p. Essex (sheriff 1865), {Heir, s. 
Thos. B., q.v.): Belhus, Aveley, Purfleet 
S.O. Essex ; United University and 
Brooks's clubs; 7 Lewes cresc.Brighton. 

Barrett-Lennard, Thomas, eld. s. of 
sir Thomas Barrett-Lennard, 2 bt. ; b. 
1853 ; m. 1884, Mar}'-, only survg. dau. of 
late rev. canon Price, vicar of Llanarth, 
Mon. : barr. Middle Temple 1879, j.P., 
D.L. Essex, J.p. Norfolk : Brooks's and 
Travellers' clubs ; Horsford Manor, Nor- 

Barrie, Hugh Thom, b. 1860; j.p. 
Londonderry, m.p. (c.) N. Londonderry 
from 1906 : "Constitutional club ; Manor 
House, Coleraine, Ireland. 

Barrington, 9 vise. (1720, ir.), Walter 
Bulkeley Barrington, only s. of 8 vise. {d. 
1901) by only dau. and heir of TuUy Hig- 
gins ; b. 1848 ; m. 1, 1870, Mary Isabella, 2 
dau. {d. 1903) of late rev. R. Bogue, 
rect. of Denbury, S. Devon ; 2, 1905, 
Charlotte Mary L., dau. of late maj. 
Geo. Montagu Stopford, r,e., aad widovy 


of John Arden Birch ; sits as baron Shute 
(1880, F.K.) ; D.L., J.P. Berks, J.P, North- 
ants and Bucks {Heir, s. hon. "Wm. R. S., 
q.v.): 15Ennismore gdns. S.W. ; Carlton 
and Travellers' clubs. 

Barring-ton, hon. sir(Bernard) EricE., 
K.C.B., s. of 6 vise. Barrington; b. 1847 ; m. 
1879, Christina, youngest dau. of late 
Wm.Graham : clerk in foreign office, priv. 
sec. to pari, und.-sec. for foreign aff. 
(A. J. Otway and vise. Enfield) 1869-74, 
precis writer to foreign sec. (earl of 
Derby) 1874-8, and to marq. of Salis- 
bury 1878-80, and priv. sec. 1885-6, 1887- 
92, and 1 895-1900, to marq. of Lansdovvne 
(sec. of state for foreign affairs) 1900-5, 
actg. 2 sec. of embassy in diplom. service 
abroad in 1878, asst. nnder-sec. of state 
for foreign affairs 1906, ret. 1907 : 62 
Cadogan pi. S.W. j St. James's and 
Travellers' clubs. 

Barringrton, sir Chas. Burton, 5 bt. 
(1831), M.A. Dublin, eld. s. of 4 bt. {d 
1890) ; h. 1848 ; m. 1895, Mary R., dau. 
of late sir Hy. Hickman Bacon, 10 and 
1 1 bt. premier bt. of England ; is d.l., 
J.P. CO. Limerick (sheriff 1878), hon. 
col. Limerick City artill. (S. divn. r.g.a.) 
from 1901 (ZTe/r, s. Chas. B., h. 1902): 
Carlton, Union, and Kildare St. (Dublin) 
clubs ; Glenstal, Limerick. 

Barrington, Chas. Geo., c.b. (1887), 
only s. of capt. hon. Geo. Barrington, R.N. 
(J. 1835), by 3 dau. of 2 earl Grey; b. 1827 ; 
m. 1897, Mary Caroline, dau. of late 
capt. Gore Sellon, 21 Bengal N.I. ; 
auditor of the civil list and assist, sec. 
Treasury 1848-88, gentleman usher of 
Scarlet rod, order of the Bath from 1861 : 
194 Ashley gdns. Victoria st. S.W. ; 
Travellers' and Wellington clubs. 

Barringrton, hon. Percy Evelyn, 4 s. 
of 9 vise. Barrington ; b. 1884 ; 2 It. 2nd 
County of London I.Y. 1 902-6. 

Barrington, hon. Rupert Edwd. Sel- 
borne, 3 s. of 9 vise. Barrington ; b. 1877; 
m. 1903, Mary Georgiana, 2 dau. of col. 
Geo. Arthur Ferguson, of Pitfour, 
Aberdeenshire, D.L., J. P., by hon. Nina 
M., dau. of gen. 1 vise. Bridport, g.c.b. : 
served in S. African war 1900-1, with 11 
battn. Imp. Yeo., hon. It. in the army 

Barrington, Russell Hy., eld, s. of 
rev. canon the hon. Lowtlier John Bar- 
rington {d. 1897) by lady Catherine G., 
dau. {d. 1885) of 2 earl of Chichester ; h. 
1840 ; 7n. 1808, Emilie Isabel, youngest 
dau. of late rt. hon. Jas. Wilson, m.p. ; 
is J.P. (1906) Somerset: 4 Melbury rd. 
Kensington, W. ; Herds Hill, Langport 
S.O, Somerset, 


Barrington, hon. Walter Bernard 
Louis, 2 s. of 9 vise. Barrington ; b. 1876 ; 
m. 1901, Eleanor Nina, 2 dau. of his 
honor judge sir Thos. Snagge, D.L. : 
Garden Hill, Totteridge, Herts; Wel- 
lintjton club. 

Barrington, hon. sir Wm. Augustus 
C, K.c.M.G.(1901), s.of 6 visc.Barrington, 
b. 1842 : charge d'affaires Argentine Re- 
public 1883-4, in Peru 1884-5, consul -gen. 
for Hungary 1886-8, sec. to embassy 
at Madrid 1889-92, at Vienna 1892-6, 
envoy extrady. and niin. plenipo. to 
Argentine Rei)ublic and to the Republic 
of Paraguay 1896-1902, to Sweden and 
Norway 1902-4 : 17b Gt. Cumberland 
pi. W.; Travellers', Turf, St. James's 
and Bachelors' clubs. 

Barrington, hon. Wm. Reginald 
Shute, eld. s. of 9 vise. Barrington ; b. 
1873 ; J.P. (1906) Berks, capt. 4 battn. 
(mil.) Oxfordshire L.I. 1897-1908, res. 
of officers from 1908 : Bachelors' club ; 
Medlar Cottage, Shrivenham S.O. Berks 

Barringiion, hon. Florence, dau. of 7 
vise. Bari-ington ; b. 1850. 

Barringrton, hon. mrs. Henry. Mary 
G., dau. of late col. Wright-Knox ; m. 
1848, hon. Henry Fredk. A. A. Barring- 
ton (d 1882). 

Barringrton-Kennett, It.-col. Brack- 
ley Herbert Barrington, b.a. Trin. Coll. 
Camb,, 2 s.of late capt.VincentF.Kennett, 
of Manor House, Dorchester, Oxon., 
and last survg. dau. of sir J. Barring- 
ton, K.C., M.P., judge of admiralty ; 
b. 1846 ; m. 1884, Ellinor Frances, 
dau. of F. L. Austen, of Brightwell Park, 
Oxfordshire, and granddau. of sir Hy. 
Austen, D.L., of Shalford Park, Surrey ; 
served with 51 Lt.Inf. in Jowaki Affredi 
campaign 1877, Afghan war 1878-81, It.- 
col. late K.O.L.I., one of H.M.'s body 
guard from 1895, J.P. (1901) Sussex: 
Army and Navy and Leander clubs : 
Barlavington, nr. Petworth, Sussex. 

Barring-ton-White, Jas,, eld. s. of 
Thos. Hy. White, J.P., of Orange Hill, 
Tandragee, co. Armagh, by Mary, dau. 
of Edwd. Barrington, D.L., of Fassaroe, 
CO. Wicklow; b. 1856; jn. 1884, Mary, 
dau. of John Kane Boyd, of Cultra 
House, CO. Down ; assumed addtl. name 
of Barrington in 1893, J.P. co. Armagh 
(sheriff 1898) and Herts, late It. Herts 
yeom., lord of the manor of Temple 
Dinsley : 5 Princes gdns. S.W. ; Carlton, 
Wellington, Garrick and Cavalry clubs ; 
Temple Dinsley, nr. Hitchin, Herts. 

Barror, maj.-gen. Harry, ii.A., c.v.o. 
(1907), s. of Chas. Barron, of Denmark 
Hill, S.E. ; h. 1847 ; w. 1877, dau. of maj.- 



jren. T. C Kelly, of Loughbawn, co, 
Kildare ; maj.-gen. commdg. r.a. at 
Malta 1904-8 : Swiss Cottage, Oatlands 
Park, Wey bridge. 

Barrow, vice-adml. Arthur, vice- 
adml. on ret. list 1907. 

Barrow, Bridgman Langdale, 4 but 
only survg. s. of R. Bridgman Barrow, 
of Sydnope Hall {d. 1876) ; b. 1844 ; m. 
1880, Jane Margaret, eld. dau. of C. H. 
Oakes, Holly Hurst, Riddings, Derby- 
shire : J.P. Derbyshire : Sydnope Hall, 
near Matlock. 

Barrow, lt.-g(^n. sir Edmund Geo., 
K.c.B. (1901), s. of maj.-gen. J. L. Barrow, 
C.B., late R.A. (Madras) ; b. 1852 ; m. 1882, 
Marion, dau. of rev. W. Story, of Corick, 
Clogher, co. Tyrone ; served in Afghan 
war 1878-9 ; Egyptian war 1882; opera- 
tions on N. W. frontier, India, 1897-8, 
China expdy. force 1900-01, sec. to govt. 
of India, mily. dept. 1901-4, commdg. 1 
(Pesbawur) divn. Northern commd. in 
India 1904-8, commdg. forces Northern 
army from 1908, it. -gen. 1905, col. 7 
Duke of Connaught's own Rajputs 
from 1904, Ind. army : NainiTal, India; 
Jun. United Service club. 

Barrow, sir Eras. Laurence John, 4 
bart. (1835), only s. of 3 bart. (d. 1900) ; 
b. 1862 ; m. 1890, Winifred S., 2 dau. of 
Wm. C. Steward, of Cartgate, White- 
haven (Heir, s. Wilfred John Wilson 
Croker, b. 1897). 

Barrow, John Burton, m.a. Oxon. 
eld. s. of J. J. Barrow, of Holmewood, 
Kent, J.P.(dl903): b. 1855; m.l876,Helen 
J. A., dau. of rev. J. D. Macfarlane : barr. 
Lincoln's Inn 1879 ; J.P. Derbyshire and 
Beds : Jun. Carlton club ; The Red 
House, Aspley Guise S.O. Beds. 

Barrow, Leonard Norman, 4 s. 
of John Jas. Bai-row, of Holmewood, 
Kent, J.P.; b. 1861; J.P. (1902) Notts, 
maj. Needles divn. submarine miners, 
R.B. (mil.) 1893-1903 : Normanton Hall, 
Southwell, Notts, 

Barrow, Oscar Theodore, c.s.i. (1907), 
i.c.s. 1877, asst, acctnt.-gen. Bombay 
1887, dep. acctnt.-gen. 1887, offg. acctnt.- 
gen. and dep. coiomr. paper currency 
N. W. Prov. 1888, acctnt.-gen. Bengal 
1891, of Bombay 1894, offg. comptr. and 
auditor-gen. Calcutta 1897, 1898, 1903-4 
and 1906, and confd. from Nov. 1906. 

Barrow, Reuben Vincent, f.r.g.s., s. 
of John Barrow, of Bermondsey, S.E. ; b. 
1838 ; m. 1859, Mary A., dau. of Edwd. 
Aggett, of Adelaide, S. Australia; J.P. 
Surrey (chm. Croydon county bench) 
and CO. London, an aldm. of Croy- 
don, M.P. (l.) Southwark (Bermondsey 

divn.) 1892-5: Engadine, 9 Park Hill 
rd. Croydon ; St. Thomas st. Southwark, 
S.E. ; Reform and City Liberal clubs. 

Barrow, Samuel, J.P. (1903) co. Lon- 
don : Burningfold Hall, Dunsfold, God- 

Barrow, Samuel, jun., eld. s. of Samuel 
Barrow, of Dunsfold, Surrey, J. P.; b. 
1859; m. 1884; J.P. (1906) Surrey and 
(1908) CO. London: National Liberal 
club; The Grove, Carshalton S.O. Surrey. 

Barrow, Thos. Samuel Lloyd-, m.d., 
eld. s. of T. Waller Barrow, insp.-gen. 
of army hosp. ; b. 1842 ; m. 1868, 
Catherine M., dau. of Geo. Ilees Be van, 
of Pen gay, Carmarthenshire, and niece 
and co-heir of D. Watkins Lloyd, of 
Aberllech Hall ; It.-col. r.a.m.c. ret., 
served with 4 drag. gds. in Egyptian 
war 1882, at Tel-el-Kebir and capture of 
Cairo, assumed additl. name of Lloyd, 
1882, J.P. CO. Brecknock: Barrodene, 
Weymouth ; Cefn Park, Brecon, S. 

Barrow, Emily, lady. — dau. of late 
Jas. Nathaniel Merriman,M.D.of Kensing- 
ton, W. ; m. 1857, sir John Croker 
Barrow. 3 bart. M.A.,J.p. {d. 1900) : 302 

Barrow, mrs., widow of John Ja.«. 
Barrow, of Holmewood, Kent : 35 Hyde 
Park gdns. W. ; Holmewood, Langton 
Green, Tunbridge Wells ; Northfield, 
Dornoch, N.B. 

Barrow-in-Furness, bp. of. rt. rev. 
Henry Ware, d.d,, m.a. Cantab, Fell. 
Trin. Coll. 1855-62, s. of Martin Ware, of 
Tilford, Surrey ; b. 1830 ; to. 1, 1865, 
Elizabeth S., dau. (d. 1884) of E. G. 
Hornby, of Dalton Hall, Burton, West- 
morland ; 2, Ellen K., dau, of bp. (Good- 
win) of Carlisle ; vicar of Kirkby-Lons- 
dale with Lnpton 1862-88, canon of 
Carlisle 1879-83 and from 1888, bp. suf- 
fragan of Barrow-in-Furness(f or Carlisle) 
from 1889 : The Abbey, Carlisle ; How 
Foot, Grasmere. 

Barrowcliff, Herbert, eld. s. of late 
aldm, Marmaduke Barrowcliff, of Lough- 
borough, Leicestershire ; b. 1856 ; vi. 
1880, Annie, dau. of aldm. J.P.Ford, J. p., 
of Nottingham ; j.p, (1907) Leicester- 
shire : The Springs, Lutterworth. 

Barrows, Clement Herbert, 3 s. of 
Joseph Barrows, of Himley, Staffs, j.p. 
(d. 1903) ; b. 1864 ; J.P. (1894) Stafford- 
shire : Oakfield, Solihull, Warwickshire. 

Barrows, Fredk. Welch, 6 s. of 
Joseph Barrows, of The Poplars, Yard- 
ley, Worcs, J.P. ; b. 1840 ; m. 1864, dau. 
of J. T. Thomas, of Wynols Hill, Cole- 
ford, Glos. ; J.p. (1896) and c.c. Staffs : 


Dean Court, Hands worth Wood, Staf- 

Barrows, Joseph, eld. s. of Joseph Bar- 
rows, J.i'. Worcestershire, of Birming- 
ham ; b. 1831 ; m. 1870. Sarah Margaret, 
dau. (d. 1898) of Chas.Edge,of Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick ; is .).P. (1895) Warwickshire 
and (1890) City of Birmingham : Fern- 
dale, Edgbaston, Warwickshire ; Church 
Hill Cottage, The Lickey Hills, Worces- 

Barrows, of Handsworth Hall, Staffs. 
and Yardley, Worcs. J. P.; b. 1833; m. 
1860, Jeanie Murdock, 2 dau. of dr. 
Walton, of Handsworth, Staffs ; j.p. 
(1901) Oxfordshire: The Aubreys, 
Warlington, Banbury. 

Barry, vide Smith-Barry. 

Barry, vide Wolfe Barry. 

Barry, rt. rev, bp. Alfred, D.D. 
Cantab, D.c.L. Oxon, ll.d. Durham, s. 
of late sir Cbas. Barry r.a. ; b. 1826 ; m. 
1851, dau. of rev. T. S. Hughes, B.D., 
canon of Peterborough ; canon of Wor- 
cester 1871-81, Westminster 1881-3, prin. 
of King's coll.Lond.l868-83,bp. of Sydney 
and metropn. of N.S. Wales and primate 
of Australia and Tasmania 1883-9, coad- 
jutor bp. of Itochester 1889-90, canon 
of Windsor from 1890, rect. of St. James'. 
Piccadilly, W. 1895-1900, assist, bp. in 
dioc. of London, 1897: Cloisters, Windsor 

Barry, Edwd.,s.of late Garratt Barry, 
of New Mill, Rosscarbery, co. Cork ; b. 
1852 ; m. 1882, Marianne, dau. of late 
Timothy Sullivan; is a farmer, j.p. (1893) 
CO Cork, M.P. (N.) S. Cork co. from 1892 : 
E-athbarry, Rosscarbery S.O., co. Cork. 

Barry, sir Edwd, Arthur, 2 bart. 
(1899), F.S A., eld. survg. 8. of sir Fras. 
Tress Barry, 1 bart. (baron de Barry), of 
St. Leonard's Hill, Berks, M.P., D.L., J.P. 
(d. 1907) ; b. 1858 ; m. 1. 1883, Kathleen 
E., eld. dau. {d. 1885) of' P. Bicknell, of 
Gurteen, Tipperary ; 2, 1891, Eleanor 
M., elder dau. of col. CJourtenay H. S. 
Scott, of Pennant Hall, Montgomery- 
shire ; baron de Barry in Portugal, .J.P. 
Berks (sheriff 1907), maj. Berks yeo. from 
1902 (Heir, s. Claude F., 6.1883) : Caval- 
ry club ; Ockwells Manor, Bray, Berks ; 
Hill Head House, Stubbington, Fare- 

Barry, Harold Philip Harold, eld. 
survg. s. of John Harold-Barry, of Bally- 
vonare, co. Cork, d.l., j.p. {d. 1898) ; b. 
1865 ; m. 1895, Helen F. M., dau. of John 
Gerard Riddell, Hermeston Hall. Notts : 
Ballyvonare, Buttevant. co. Cork. 

Barry, vice-adml. sir Hy. Deacon, 

K.o.v.o. (1906), 2 8. of Hy. Barry: h. 
1849 : 711. 1881. Elizabeth Annie, dau. of 
rev. H. J. Maltby, rect. of Eagleeclifte 
and canon of Durham ; dir. of ordnance 
and torpedoes at the Admiralty 1903-4, 
commd. 3 cruiser squadron 1906-8, vice- 
adml. 1908 : United Service and Naval 
and Military clubs. 

Barry, Henry Robt. Bruno Stan dish, 
fl. of Chas. Stan'dish Barry, of Lemlara, 
CO. Cork j.p. {d. 1897), by hon. Mar- 
garet M., sis. of 4 vise, Southwell ; b. 
1873 ; m. 1899, Eleanor Lilian Helene, 
dau. of maj. -gen. C. B. Lucie-Smith ; J.P. 
(1896) CO. Cork: Lemlara, Carrigtwohill, 
CO. Cork. 

Barry, maj. Jas. David, R H.A. (ret.), in. 
1895, hon. Florence M., 2 dau. of 4 baron 
Clanraorris and widow of J. PoUok, of 
Lismany, CO. Galvvay ; D.L., J.P. (d. 1891): 
Scribblesdown Park, Castleknock S.O., 
CO. Dublin. 

Barry, Jas. Grene, eld. s. of Jas. 
Barry, of Bellevue, co. Limerick (d. 
1856) ; b. 1841 ; m. 1881, Mary, only 
dau. of ThoP. Kane, M.D., J.P.,of White- 
hall, Limerick ; D.L., J.P. co. Limerick : 
Sandville House, Ballyneety, co. Li- 

Barry, Jas. Robt. Bury- (MacAdam 
Barry), only s. of capt. Robt. Bury, 7 
drags., and grand-nephew of St. Leger 
Barry, of Bally clough (MacAdam Barry), 
J.P., late capt. 65 regt. {d. 1888) ; b. 1875 ; 
m, 1906, Judith Isabel, only dau. of 
Wm. Riugrose Eingrose-Voase, J.p., of 
Anlaby House, Yorks ; assumed addtl. 
name of Barry 1888, J.P. (1896) co. Cork : 
Ballyclough, Kilworth, co. Cork. 

Barry, John, a. of Thos. Barry, of 
Poulrane, co. Wexford : b. 1847 ; a manu- 
facturer at Kirkcaldy, N.B. ; M.P. (h.r.) 
CO. Wexford 1880-5; (n.) for South 
divn. 1885-93, j.p. co. Fife : 51 and 52 
Aldersgate st. E.C. ; National Liberal 
club ; Bennochy Park, Kirkcaldy, N.B. 

Barry, sir John Edmond, eld. s. of 
late John Barry, mercht. of Mid Abbey 
St. Dublin ; b. 1828 ; m. 1849, Teresa, 
dau. of late John Keefe, of Ifferknock, 
CO. Meath ; pres. of Dublin Chamber of 
Commerce 1897-98-99, memb. of Dublin 
Port and Docks Board 1867-97 and 1899- 
1903, memb. of Board of Superintendence 
of Dublin hosps., a gov. of Roy. Hiber- 
nian Mily. School, knighted 1899 : 12 
MouDtjoy sq. Dublin. 

Barry, John Warren, s. of rev. John 
Barry, rect. of Gt. Smeaton ; b. 1851 ; 
j.p. N. R. Yorks : Fyling Hall, Robin 
Hood's Bay S.O. Yorks. 

Barry, Patrick Henry, eld. s. of late 



Wm. Henry Barry, of Ballyadam, co. 
Cork, J. P. ; 'b. 1862": Ballyadam, Carrig- 
twohill, CO. Cork. 

Barry, Kedmond John, K.c, s. of — 
Barry, of Cork; b. \%C)2; Irish barr. 
1888, Q.c. 1899, s.G. for Ireland from 1905, 
M.P. (L.) N.Tyrone from 1907 : 72 Lower 
Baggot St. Dublin. 

Barry, Thos. Garrett, eld. s. of late 
Wm. Barry, M.D., 68 regt. and countess 
Lucia K., dau. of late col. count Riva- ola; 
m. 1905, Muriel W., youngest dau. of 
maj.-gen. C. B. Lucie-Smith, of The 
Acacias, Worthing : Greenville, Carrig- 
twohill, CO. Cork. 

Barry, Wm. Jas., 3 s. of sir Fras. Tress 
Barry, 1 bt. (baron de Barry), of St. 
Leonard's Hill, Windsor, m.p., d.l., j.p 
{d. 1907) ; b. 1864 ; m. 1896, lady Grace, 
3 dau. of 7 earl of Dunmore, 'b. 1873 : 
Witchinghara Hall, Norwich. 

Barry, Wm. Norton, only s. of maj. 
Wm. Norton Barry, 8 huss. of Castle 
Cor, CO. Cork, j.p. {d. 1871) ; h. 1859 ; w. 

1, 1881, Constance M., 3 dau. of Fredk. 
J. Walker, of The Priory, Bathwick ; 

2, 1899. Adelaide M., dau. of sir John 
Wrixon Becber, 3 bart. ; j.p. (1882) co. 
Cork : Castle Cor. Kanturk, co. Cork. 

Barry, hou. Mrs. Florence M., vide 
capt. Jas. David Barry. 

Barry, hon. mrs. Margaret M. Stand - 
ish, sis. of 4 vise. Southwell ; b. 1843 ; 
m. 1869, Chas. Standieh Barry, of Lem- 
lara, co. Cork, j.p. {d. 1897). 

Barry, dow.-lady.— Sarah Douglas, 
only child of late Arthur Herron, of 
Northiam, Sussex; m. 1851, sir Fras. 
Tress Barry, 1 bart. m.p., d.l., j.p., baron 
de Barry (cZ. 1907). 

Barrymore, lord (1 baron 1902, U.K.). 
Arthur Hugh Smith-Barry, P.O. (Irel. 
1896), eld. 8. of J. H. Smith-Barry, of 
Fota Island, CO. Cork {d. 1857) ; b. 1843 ; 
m. 1, 1868, 2 dau. {d. 1884) of 3 earl of 
Dunraven ; 2, 1889, dau. of late gen. 
Wadsworth, mily. gov. of Washing- 
ton during civil war, and widow of 
Arthur Post, of New York ; m.p. (l.) 
Cork 1867-74, (c.) S. Hiintingdonsbire 
1886-1900 ; J.P. (1875) Cheshire (sheriff 
1883) and (1867) co. Cork (sheriff 1880), 
o.A. Hunts : raised to the peerage 1902 : 
20 Hill St. W. ; Fota Island, Queens- 
town ; Marbury Hall, North wich. 

Barstow, J. J. Jackson-, s. of late rev. 
T. N. Jackson, of Trinity coll. Cam- 
bridge and S. K. Barstow, of Acomb, 
York ; b. 18—; m. 1888, Mary, eld. dau. 
of late sir A. Woodiwiss, of The Pastures, 
Derby ; assumed by royal licence addtl. 
name of Barstow 1881, d.l,, j.p. Somer- 

set : The Lodge, Weston-super-Mare ; 
Bossmore Lodge, York. 

Bartelt, Friedrich Ludwig, s. of 
Jacob Bartelt, of Stargard, co. Pomme- 
rania; h. 1852; m. 1878, dau. of S. S. 
Hodgson, Sunderland, co. Durham ; is 
j.p. (1895) Somerset: Corston Lodge, 
nr. Bristol. 

Barter, col. Chas. St. Leger, c.v.o. 
(1904), c.B. (1900), s. of rev. J. T. Barter, 
of Berehaven, co. Cork ; h. 1 857 ; served 
in Ashanti expdn. 1895-6, Tirah expdn. 
1897-8, S. African war 1899-1901, mil. 
sec. to gov. Cape Colony and to high 
commr. S. Africa 1894-5, It.-col. York- 
shire L. I. 1898-1902, brevet-col. 1902, 
A.Q.M.G. Western commd. 1905-6, h.p. 
1906: United Service club. 

Barth, (hon.) Jacob Wm., ma., barr. 
Middle Temple 1900, a judge of H.M.'s 
high court of East Africa from 1905. 

Bartholome-w, Charles W., C.E., m.a. 
Cantab, M.B.Agl.s., L.M.s.Arts., s. of Chas. 
Bartholomew, C.E., of Castle Hill House, 
Ealing {d. 1895) ; b. 1850 ; in. Lucy, dau. 
of late it.-col. E. Lee Ussher, 51 N. I. 
(H.E.I. C.S.), CO. Waterford : National 
Union, Automobile, and Royal Societies 
clubs ; Blakesley Hall, nr. Towcester. 

Bartholomew, Wm. Hammond, C.E., 
s. of late Thos. Hammond Bartholomew, 
C.E. ; h. 1831 ; vi. 1860, dau. of late John 
Wilson, of High Wray,Windermere, J.P. ; 
is J.p. (1892)^ W.R. Yorks: Ridgeway 
House, Headingley, Leeds. 

Bartleet, col. Harold Stock, v.o., 
eld. s. of Robt. Smith Bartleet, of The 
Shrubbery, Redditch, Worcs. d.l.. J.P. (d. 
1902); h. 1853 ; m. 1880, Edith E.,dau. of 
E. W. Kemp, of Castleford, Yorks, J.P. ; 
col. commd g. 2 vol. battn. Worcestei shire 
regt. 1901-3 (ret. 1903), J.P. co. Worces- 
ter: Woodhurst, Head less Cross, Redditch. 

served with 13 Light Inf. in Indian 
mutiny 1858, uiaj.-gen. Ind. army 1893, 
on U.S. list 1895: E. I. United Service 

Bartlet. John Henry, M.D.Lond., j.p. 
Suffolk : Birkfield, Belstead rd. Ipswich. 

Bartlet, Philip Perring de Ludbroke, 
M.A. Oxon., o and only survg s. of rev. 
John Moysey de Ludbroke Bartlet, of 
Ludbrooke,Devon((7. 1905), by Charlotte, 
dau. of genl. John Alex. Philips, R.m.a. ; 
h. 1868 ; lord of manor of Ludbrooke : 
Ludbrooke Manor House, Ermington, 
Ivybridge, Devon. 

Bartlett, Edwd. Noel Napier, eld. s. 
of John Edwd. Bartlett, of Peverel 
Court, Bucks ; h. 1870 ; m. 1894, Dorothy, 
dau. of sir Philip F. Rose, 2 bt., of 



Rayners, Bucks; J. P. (1902) Bucks: 
Tlie Beacon, Penn, Hierh Wycombe. 

Bartlett, Herbert Fogelstrom, i.s.o., 
8, of Edwin Thos. B:irtletr., of Plymouth, 
Devon ; b. 1847 ; m. 1876, Frances M., 
dau. of R, Linwood, of Bath, Somerset ; 
assist, sec, to Board of Inland Revenue, 
1897-1903, controller of Stamps and re- 
gistrar of Joint Stock Companies from 
190;? : 22 Cedars rd. Clapbam Common, 
S.W. ; Somerset House, W.C. 

Bartlett, lady Ashmead.— Frances 
C. dau. of H. E. AValsh : m. 1874, sir 
Ellis Ashmead Bartlett, Knt.. M.p. {d. 
1902) : 2 Queen's Gate terr. S.W. 

Bartley, sir Geo. Christopher Trout, 
K.C.B., 2 s, of late Robt. Bartley, Rectory 
place. Hackney ; b. 1842 ; m. 1864, Mary 
C, 3 dau. of late sir Henry Cole, k.C.b. ; 
J. P. Middlx., and co. London, founder of 
the National Penny Bank, 1875, M.P. 
(C.) N. Islington 1885-1906 : 57 Victoria 
st. S.W. ; Athenaeum and Carlton clubs. 

Barton, col. Baptist Johnston, only s. 
of Baptist Johnston Barton, of Greenfort, 
CO. Donegal, J.P. {d. 1851); b. 1848; m. 
1875, Isabel, dau. of Robt. McClintock, 
of Dunmore, co. Donegal, d.l. ; late It. 
33 regt., It.-col. commdg. and col. 5 
battn. (mil.) R. Inniskilling Fus. 1891- 
1908, mil. A.u.c. to the King from 1905, 
D.L., J.P. CO. Donegal (sheriff 1877) : 
Greenfort, Letterkenny, and Portsalon, 
CO. Donegal. 

Barton, Chas. Robt., eld. s. of It.-col. 
Hugh Wm. Barton, 2 life gds., of The 
Waterfoot, co. Fermanagh, d.l., j.p. {d. 
1870) ; b. 1832 ; m. 1872, Henrietta M. 
M., dau. of Hy. Mervyn Richardson, of 
Rossfad, CO. Fermanagh, d.l. ; formerly 
capt. Fermanagh mil., d.l., j.p. co. 
Fermanagh, d.l. co. Donegal : The 
Waterfoot, Pettigo, co. Fermanagh. 

Barton, hon. Dunbar Plunkec, s. of 
T. H. Barton {d. 1«78), by 3 dau. of 3 
baron Plunkft ; b. 1853 ; m. 1900, Mary, 
dau. of late Jo.^eph Manly, of 17 Clyde 
rd. Dublin ; Irish barr. 1880, Q.c. 1889, 
and barr. Gray's Inn 1893, bencher of 
Gray's Inn and of King's Inn, j.p. 
Dublin city and co. Armagh, s.G. for 
Ireland 1897-1900, M.P. (c.) Mid Armagh 
1891-1900. a judge of high court of 
Justice (King's ben-^h divn.) in Ireland 
1900-1 and (Chancery divn.) from 1904 : 
19 Clyde rd. Dublin. 

Barton, rt. hon. sir Edmund, P.c.(1901), 
(i.C.M.G. (1902), K.c.,D.c.L. (hon.) Oxon., 
ll.d. (hon.) Cantab, et Edin., m.a. 
and fell, of senate of Sydney univ,, s. 
of Wm. Barton, of Sydney; b. 1849; 
VI. 1877, Jean Mason, dau. of David 

Ross ; memb. legisl. assembly N.S. 
Wales 1879-87 (speaker 1883-87), M.L.c. 
of N.S.W. 1887-91, and m.l.a. 1891-4, 
M.L.C. 1897-8, M.L.A. 1898-9, 1889 
and 1891-3, memb. Fedn. Conventions 
1891 and 1897-8, first prime min. and 
min. for external affairs, Australia, 
1901-3, sen. puisne judge of high court 
of Australia from 1903 : Elystan, Wool- 
lahra, Sydney, N.S. Wales. 

Barton, Edward, j.p. Lancashire : 
Warton Grange, Carnforth. 

Barton, capt. Eras. Rickman, c.m.g. 
(1905), s. of late rev. Gerard Barton, of 
Fundenhall Grange, Norfolk ; b. 1865; 
formerly capt. West India regt., priv. 
sec, to It.-gov. of B. New Guinea 1900-2, 
commdt. armed native constabulary 
1900-2, i-esidt. magist. central divn. 
1902-4, administr. of govt, of the 
Territory of Papua from 1904 : Govern- 
ment House, Moresby, British New 

Barton, maj. - gen. sir Geoff ry, 
K.ov.o. (1906), C.B. (1889), c.M.u. 
(1900), younger s. of late C. C. Bar- 
ton, of Rownhams, Hants; b. 1844; 
m. 1890, Beryl, only child of col. Philippe 
Mackenzie, of Downham Hall, Suffolk; 
served in Ashanti war 1874, Zulu war 
1879, Egypt 1882, Soudan 1885, mily. 
sec. in China 1884, 4 class Osmanieh, 
commd. 6 brig. 1st army corps in S. 
Africa 1899-1900, col. R. Fus. from 
1900; maj.-gen. 1898, rer. p. 1904: 
United Service and Wellington clubs ; 
Craigs, Dumfrir^s, N.B. 

Barton, Henry John Hope, only s. of 
J. Hope Barton, of Stapleton Park, 
Yorks, and of Saxby Hall, co. Lincoln, 
J. p., D.L. {d. 1876), by Florence, dau. of 
late Henry J. Ramsden, of Oxton Hall, 
Yorks, and hon. Frederica S., 5 dau. of 
1 baron Ellenborough (mrs. Barton m. 
2, 1887, Frank S. Hatchard, s.of late bp. 
of Mauritius) ; b. 1875 ; m. 1903, Emma 
Alice, 4 dau. of late Geo. W. Lowther, 
and sis. of sir Chas. B. Lowther, 4 bt. ; 
J.p. (1897) W. R. Yorks : 10 Lowndes 
st. S.W. ; Stapleton Park, Pontefract ; 
Saxby Hall, Barton- on-Humber. 

Barton,maj.-gen. Howard Jas.; served 
in Afghan war 1878-80, ret. 1885, B.S.C. 

Barton, Ja?. Kingston, m.r.c.p. Lond., 
s. of late Geo. Kingston Barton, of Ful- 
beck, Grantham ; 6. 1854 ; in. 1891, 
Georgina, 2 dau. of rev. J. Marshall, J.P., 
baron de Prigny de Querieux, in Fiance, 
of Baronne Court, co. Tipperary {d. 
1865) and widow of col. Wm. Grogan 
Graves, of Cloghan Castle, King's co. 



D.L., J.P. {d. IBPO) ; is J, P. Kind's co. : 
14 Ashburn pi. Courtfifld id. S.W. 

Barton, sir John Geo. C.B. (1900), 
F.S.I. , M.I.C.E., s. of Jas. Barton, of Farn- 
dre^, Dundalk ; advitiing engr. for Rail- 
ways, Board of Work?, Irel. 1890-3, 
commr. of valuation, and chief boundary 
snrv. in Ireland from 189.'5, knighted 
1902 : Alton Grange, Foxrock, co.Dublin. 

Barton, maj. Montagu, s. of late C. C. 
Barton, of Rownhams, Hants; m. 1874, 
Susan Maria, 2 dau. {d. 1907) of late 
rev. F. Gr. Middleton, of Medstead, 
Hants ; late 85 foot ; J.P. (1885) Hants : 
The Firs, Southampton. 

Barton, maj.-gen. Newton, s. of C. C. 
Barton, of Rownhams, Hants ; m. 1868, 
Edith Katherine, dau. of Hy. Van- 
sittart, B.C.S. ; in Punjab campaign 
1848-9, Indian mutiny 1857-9, Afghan 
war 1878-9, ret. 1881 as maj.-gen. B.S.C. : 
5 Onslow houses, Onslow sq. S.W. 

Barton, Thos., j.p. (1895) Lancashire : 
Ince, Wigan, Lanes. 

Barton, Thomas Allday, s. of Thomas 
E. W. Barton (d. 1879), J.P. ; b. 1845 ; 
lord of the manor of Threxton : Threxton 
House, nr. Watton S.O. Norfolk. 

Barton, hon. mrs. Charlotte, dau. 
of 3 baron Plunket ; m. Thos. Hy. Barton 
(d. 1878), 8. of Dunbar Barton, Roches- 
town, CO. Tipperary : 2 Holmbush rd. 
Putney HiJl, S.W. 

Barton, mrs. Mary Elizabeth, only 
dau. of maj. Thos. Frobisher, Bengal 
Army, of Cheltenham, Glos, D.L., J.P. ; 
7/1. 1862, Samuel Hy. Barton, of Grove, 
CO. Tipperary, D.L., J.p. (J. 1891) : 15 
Lansdown pi. Cheltenham ; Grove, nr. 
Fethard, co. Tipperary. 

Bartraxn, Geo. Thos. Thorpe, j.p. 
(1908) Essex : 33 Bank street, Braintree. 

Barttelot, Brian Barttelot, 2 s. of 
Geo. Barttelot, of Stopham, Sussex (d. 
1872) ; b. 1833 ; m. 1864, Mary D. eldest 
dau. (d. 1899) of late J. F. La Trobe 
Bateman, of Moor Park, Surrey ; j.p. 
Sussex : Oxford and Cambridge Univ. 
club ; Ditton, Torquay ; Villa Navoni, 
Mentone, France. 

Barttelot, sir Walter Balfour, 3 bart. 
(1875), eld. 8. of 2 bart. {d. 1900) ; b. 
1880 : m. 1903, Gladys St. Aubyn, young- 
est dau. of Wm. Collier Angrove, of 83 
Onslow gdns. S.W. ; It. Coldsr. gds, 
from 1903 (//etr, s. Walter de Stopham, 
b. 1904) : 10 Berkeley sq. W. ; Carlton, 
Boodle's and Guards' clubs ; Stopham 
House, Pulborough. 

Barttelot, lady. — Georgiana M., vide 
Seville Moles worth-St. Aubyn. 

Barwell, capt. Osborne Nathaniel 

Henry, s, of Osborn Barwell, late 11 
Light drags.; b. 1829; to. 1857, Mar- 
garetta, dau. {d. 1870) of Geo. Jacson, 
of Barton Hall, Preston ; 2, 1875, Agnes, 
dau. of Chas. Moore, Mottram : is j.p. 
Sussex, served in Burmese war 1852, 
Indian mutiny 1857-8, brig.-maj. Turkish 
irregular cav. during Crimean war, capt. 
late Madras army : Barkfold House, 
Kirdford, Billingshurst S.O. Sussex; E. I. 
United Service club. 

Bai'well, maj.-gen. Wm. Barwell, 
s. of capt. W. Barwell, R.N. ; b. 1842 ; m. 
1872, countess Elise Victorine Leiningen, 
dau. (who obtained a div. 1895) of count 
Charles Leiningen-Westerbourg ; It.-col . 
2 battn. Oxf. L. I. (52 foot) 1877-82, ret. 
1882: 12 King Edward mans. Shaftes- 
bury av. W. C. ; Naval and Military and 
Garrick clubs. 

Barwick, John Storey, J.P. (1894) co. 
Durham and N. R. Yorks : Ashbrooke 
Grange, Sunderland ; Thimbleby, North- 

Basden, maj.-gen. Charles Brenton, s. 
of late rear-ad m. Basden ; .served in Bun- 
delcund 1844-5 and in Indian mutiny 
campaign 1857-8 ; ret. f. p. as It.-col. 
B.S.C. : E. I. United Service, and Hove 
(Brijihton) clubs; 21 The Drive, W. 
Brighton, Sussex. 

Bashford, mrs. Anne Argentine, 
younger dau. of John Fryer, of Wim- 
horne Minster, Dorter ; ?». Cbas. Brome 
Bashford, j.p., capt.i) R. Lancers, a.d.c. to 
Queen Victoria and King Edward VII. 
(c?. 1902) : Soberion Towers, Droxford, 

Basing, lord (2 baron, 1887, U.K.). col. 
Geo. Limbrey Sclater-Booth, c.B. (1902), 
eld. s. of 1 baron, P.O. (ri. 1894); 6. 1860 ; m. 
1889, Mary, 2 dau. (J. 1904) of col. John 
Hargreaves, of Maiden Erlegh, Berks, 
and Whalley Abbey, Lanes, j.p. ; served 
in S. African «ar 1900, It.-col. (brevet 
col. 1904) 1 drags. 1902-6, ret. p. 1906, 
D.L., j.p. (190l) Hants (Beir, s. hon. 
John L. R Sclater-Booth,*/.^.); Arthur's 
and Naval and Military clubs; Hod- 
dington, Winchfield, Hants. 

Baskerville, It.-col. Herbert Wither- 
stone Mynors-, 2 s. of T. B. Mynors- 
Baskerville, of Clyro Court, M. p., j.p.,d.l. 
((/. 1864); b. 1841; ret. p. as maj. and hon. 
It.-col. Norfolk regt. (9 foot) 1881, 
J.p. Herefordshire, Radnorshire and 
Montgomeryshire : Berthddu, Llandi- 
nam, Montgomeryshire. 

Baskerville, col. John, s. of late Hy. 
Baskerville, Crowsley Park {d. 1877); 
b. 1839; m. 1869, Caroline, dau. of Wm. 
Chas. Henry, f.r.s., j.p., of Haf- 



field Souse, Herefordshire j maj. late 
14 hugs., It. -Col. commdjr. (hon. col. 
1888)Oxon yeom. 1885-92, D.L., j.p. Oxon; 
Jun. United Service and Cavalry clubs ; 
Crowsley Park, Henley-on-Thames. 

Baskerville, Ralph Hopton, only s. 
of W. T. Mynors Baskerville, of Clyro 
Court, CO. Radnor, D.L., J.P. (d. 1897), by 
Berth Maria, only child of John Hopton, 
of Cannoaffrome Court, co. Hereford ; 
6.1883; J.P. (1904) Radnorshire. 

Baskervyle-Glegrgr, John, only s. of 
John Banker vyle-Glegg, of Old With- 
ington, and Gayton Hall, Cheshire, J.P. 
(d. 1877) ; b. 1876 ; m. 1901, Florence 
Linda Maud, eld. dan. of Alfred Ashton, 
J.P. of Sandiway, Cheshire ; J.P. (1900) 
Cheshire, 2 It. Cheshire yeom. 1898-1901 : 
Raleigh, Cavalry and White's clubs ; 
Withington Hall, Chelford, Cheshire. 

Bass, Wm. Arthur Hamar, eld. and 
only survg. s. of Hamar Alfred Bass, 
of Byrklsy Lodge and Need wood House, 
Staffs, M.P., D.L., J.P. {d. 1898), by hon. 
Louisa, eld. survg. dau. of 3 baron Bagot ; 
b. 1879 ; m. 1903, lady Wilmot Ida 
Noreen. dau. of 13 earl of Huntingdon, 
b. 1880 ; served in S. Africm war 1900-2, 
It. lOhuss. 1899-1904, Ir. res. of officers 
from 1906, j.k (1905) Staffs ; heir pres. 
to baronetcy held by his uncle, lord 
Burton : 145 Piccadilly, W. ; Byrkley 
Lodge, Burton-on-Trent. 

Bassano, Alfred Hill, b.a. Oxon, eld- 
s. of Walter Bassano. of Haden Cross, 
Staffs, J.P. {d. 1903) ; b. 1862 : m. 1892, 
Agnes, 2 dau. of Geo. Allan ; J.P. 
Staffs: Hadenholme, Old Hill S.O. 

Bassano, Chas. Walter, b.a. Oxon., 2 
s. of Walter Bas-ano, of Old Hill, 
Staffs, J.P. {d. 1903) ; b. 1863 ; m. 1892, 
Philomena, dau. of Franz I. Steffen, 
of Lucerne, Suisse; J.P. (1900) Staffs : 
Haden Cross, Old Hill S.O. Staffs. 

Basset, Alfred Barnard, M.A., f.r.s., 
only s. of Alfred Basset, and grands, 
and heir of late John Swinford Basset, 
of Stamford Hill, Middlx. ; b. 1864 ; ?n. 
1882, Edith S.I., only child of late Thos. 
G. de Chaundre, of Rouen and Dublin ; 
scholar of Trin. Coil. Camb. 1876, barr. 
Lincoln's Inn 1879, v.p. London Mathe- 
matical Soc. 1892-4 : United University 
club ; Fledborough Hall, Holj^port, 

Basset, Arthur Fras., s. of Gustavus 
Lambart Basset, of Tehidy, Cornwall, 
D.L., J.p. {d. 1888); b. 1873; m. 1898, 
Rebecca H. B., dau. of sir Wm. L. S. 
Trelawny, lObart. ; D.L., j.p. (1898)Com- 

Iwall (sheriff 1901): Tehidy Park, nr. 
I Camborne, Cornwall ; 7 Carlos place, W. 

Basset, Chas. Hy., 4 survivg. s. of 
! late sir Wm. Williams, bart., of Tregul- 
low ; b. 1834 ; m. 1858, Harriet Mary, sis. 
and co-heir of rev. A. C. Davie-Basset, of 
Umberleigh, Devon ; It. ret. r.n., served 
through whole of Crimean war in Black 
sea and Sea of Azof,M. P.Barnstaple 1868- 
74, D.L., J.p. Devon, capt. (hon. maj. 1881) 
N. Devon yeom. 1875-84 ; assumed name 
of Basset by royal licence in 1880: West- 
away, Barnstaple ; Watermouth Castle, 
Ilfracombe ; Jun. United Service club. 

Bassett, Fredk., 2 s. of Fras. Bassett, 
of The Heath, Leighton Buzzard, Beds, 
M.P., J.P. {d. 1899); b. 1848 ; m. 1872, Eliza- 
beth Phoebe, only child of Marshall V. 
Bull, Lincolnshire regt,, of Roscarrack, 
Falmouth, Cornwall; j.p. (1886) Beds: 
Sports club ; The Knolls, Leighton 

Bassett, Theodore, eld. s. of Fras. 
Bassett, of The Heath, nr. Leighton 
Buzzard, Beds, M.P., J.P. (d. 1899); b. 
1848 ; to'. 1872, dau. of Fredk. Drayson, 
of Framfield, Sussex ; j.p. (1906) Herts : 
Reform club; The Old Rectory, Hat- 
field, Herts. 

Bastard, William Edmund Pollexfen, 
only s. of rev. Wm. Pollexfen Bastard, 
of Kitley and Buckland Court, Devon, 
formerly rect. of Lezant, Cornwall ; b. 
1864 ; TO. 1890, Rosamond I., only dau. of 
late A. B. Foster, of Canwell Hall, Staffs.; 
j.p. Devon ; It. Roy. 1 Devon. Yeom. 
1886r94 : Jun. Carlton club ; Lyneham, 
Yealmpton, Devon. 

Bastard, rev. Wm. Pollexfen, M.A. 
Oxon., 3 and only survg. s. of E. P. 
Bastard, of Kitley and Buckland Court, 
Devon, m.P. {d. 1838) ; b. Is32 ; m. 1859, 
Caroline, 2 dau. of vice-adml. Wooll- 
combe, of Hemerdon, Devon ; vicar of 
Brixton. Devon 1862-6, rect. of Lezant, 
Cornwall 1866-96, lie. preacher dioc. 
Exeter from 1898 : Cofflete, Woodend rd. 
Tonjuay ; Buckland Court, Ashburton, 

Batchelor, Allan Edwd., b.a. Oxon., 
2 s. of late T. B. Batchelor, of Maindee, 
Newport, Monmouthshire ; b. 1853 ; m. 
1896, Veronica, dau. of late sir Wm. 
Thomas Makins, 1 bt. of Rotherfield 
Court, Henley-on-Thames; J.P. (1898) 
Warwickshire : Greystoke, nr. Warwick. 

Batchelor, Reginald Lewis, eld. s. of 
late rev. F. T. Batchelor, of Jacobstow 
Rectory, Cornwall, J.P. and aldm. for 
that CO. ; b. 1857 ; m. 1889. Catherine, 
dau. of Wm. Hosier; J.P. (1900) Devon : 
The Manor House, Greatham, Pul- 



borough, Sussex ; Hoyal Western Yacht 
club, Plymouth. 

Batchelor, Ricbd. David, s. of Henry 
Batchelor, of Luton, Chatham ; b. 1855 ; 
m. 1877, Annie, dau. of Reuben Glover, of 
Luton, Chatham; J. P. (1894) Kent, 
mayor of Chatham 1900-7 : 73 Queea 
"Victoria st. E.C. ; Xational Liberal 
club; Artois Works, Chatham ; Dar- 
land House, Chatham, Kent. 

Batchelor (hou.) Stanley Lockhart, 
B.A. Lond. univ, ; vi. 1905, Maud Alice, 
eld. dau. of mr. justice H. Batty, high 
court, Bombay ; I.C.S. 1889, puisne 
judge of high court of judicature at 
Bombay from 1904 : Bombay. 

Batchelor, Sydney James, 4 s. of 
Benjn. Batchelor, of Newport, Mon. ; h. 
1824; m. 1854, Sarah, 3 dau. of Geo. 
Reese, of Kemeys, Mon. ; is j.p. Gla- 
morgan (chm. Dynas Powis divn.) : The 
Kymin, Penarth, Glamorgan. 

Bate, Fras., s. of Hy. Fras. Batp, 
M.D. of London ; h. 18— ; m. 1894, Laura 
Ellen, dau. of J. L. Fairless, of Kensing- 
ton, CO. London; j.p. (1906) Berks: 
Applegarth Studios, Augustine rd. 
Brook Green, W. ; Beenham Hatch 
House, Bucklebury Common, nr. Read- 

Bate, Geo. Paddock, m.d. Brux., 
L.R.c.p. and F.R.c.s. Edin., m.r.c.s. 
Eng., J.p. (IS98) CO. London : 2 King 
Edward rd. Hackney, N.E. ; 365Bethnal 
Green rd. N.E. 

Bate, John Pawley, ll.d. ; m. 1895, 
Mary Anne, dau. of John Sexton, of Ash- 
burton, Devon, and widow of sir Chas. 
Wathen, knt., of Cook's Folly, nr. 
Bristol; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1894: 11 
New sq. Lincoln's Inn, W.C. ; Off well 
House, nr. Honiton, Devon. 

Bate, Roger, s. of Chas. Bate, of Ash 
Hill, Tarporley ; h. 1825 ; vi. 1858, Sarah, 
2 dau. of Jas. Carter, of Warrington ; is 
J.P. (1896) Cheshire: Gable House, Tar- 

Bate, Thos., only s. of late E. Bate, of 
Kelsterton, j.p. ; b. 1849 ; m. 1878, dau. of 
W. Owen, of Blessington, co. Wicklow, 
J.P. : D.L., J.p. Flints (sheriff 1887), capt. 
Denbighshire huss. 1882-95 : Jun. 
Carlton club ; Kelsterton, nr. Flint. 

Bate, col. Thos. Elwood Lindsay, 
CLE. (1902), L.R.C.P.I., L.R.c.s.i.;6. 1852; 
m. Mary, dau. (d. 1904) of — ; col. 
1905 Indian Med. Service (Bengal). 
Bateman, vide Jones-Bateman. 
Bateinan,lord(3 baron 1837,u.K.).Wm. 
Spencer Bateman-Hanbury, eld. s. of 2 
baron {d. 1901) by Aenes, dau. of late 
gen. sir E. Kerrison, 1 bt., k.c.b., m,p., 

and sis. and co-heir of sir E. C. Kerrisoll, 
2 and last bt. ; b. 1856 ; to. 1S04. Marian 
Alice, dau. cf Jas. Jeffrey Graham, 
of New Yoik, and widow of Hy. Cabot 
Knapp, of New York, U.S.A. ; served 
in Egypt 1882, cape. 2 life gds. 1885-95, 
ret. 1895, J.P. Herefordshire and Suffolk 
(Heir, hro. hon. Chas. S. M. Bateman- 
Hanbury, q.v ) : Marlborough club ; 
Shobdon Court, Shobdon S.O. Hereford- 
shire ; Broome H^ll, Eye. 

Bateman, sir Alfred Edmund, k.c.m.g, 
(1900), 7 s. of late rev. John Bateman, 
rect. of E. and W. Leake, Notts. ; b. 
1844 ; TO. 1868, Edith E., only child of 
late J. E. HobFon, of Haverfield, Kew ; 
barr. Inner Temple 1872, contr.-gen. for 
commerce, labour and statistics at Board 
of Trade 1897-1903, chm. of advis. comm. 
on commrcl. intell. 1901-5, sec. to R. 
Anglo-French Treaty Commn. 1881-2, 
sec. to International sugar confce. 
1887-8, to Treaties committee 1890-2, 
v.P. R, Statistical Soc, pres. 1897, 
memb. R. comm. on food supply in war 
and on shipping rings, joint manager, 
Impl. Inst. : Woodhouse, Wimbledon 
Park ; Windham, National and Rane- 
lagh clubs. 

Bateman, Edwd. Louis, c.B. (1898), 4 
s. of late rev. John Bateman, rect. of East 
and West Leake, Notts ; b. 1834 ; latn 
assist, sec. Ecclesiastical commrs. : 47 
Duke St. St. James', S.W. ; Oxford and 
Cambridge, United University and 
Windham clubs; Rowditch Lodge,Derby. 

Bateman, Fred. Osborne Fitz Her- 
bert, only child of T. O. Bateman, of 
Hartington Hall, co. Derby, D.L., j.p. 
{d. 1874) ; b. 1859 ; to. 1886, Evelyn M., 
eld. dau. of maj. Wilkinson, of Scar- 
borough ; J.P. (1882) CO, Derbv : Wind- 
ham club ; Hartington Hall, Buxton. 

Bateraan, Jus. Robfc., s. of Henry 
Bateman, of Gedney, co. Lincoln ; j.p. 
(1908) Parts of Holland, Lines: Nene 
Lodge, Sutton Bridge, Wisbech. 

Bateman, John, eld. s. of late Jas. 
Bateman of Biddulph Grange, Staffs., 
J.P., D.L., F.R.s. ; b. 1839 ; m. 1865, 
hon. Jessy Caroline, sis. of 1 earl of 
Lathom ; b. 1836 ; J.P., d.l. Staffs, J.P. 
Essex : Carlton and National clubs ; 
The Hall, Brightlingsea, Colchester. 

Bateman, Richd., j.p. (1907) Surrey ; 
Foxhurst, Ash Vale, Aldershot. 

Bateman, Robt., 3 s. of Jas. Bateman^ 
late of Biddulph Grange, Staffs., d.l.,. 
J.P., F.R.s. {d. 1897) ; 6. 1842 ; to. 1883, 
Caroline Octavia, dau. of late very rev. 
the hon. Henry Howard, dean of Lich- 
field ; is J.P. (1892) Salop: Savila 



and Jun. Constitutional clubs ; Nunner 
Delamere, Frome. 

Bateman,(rt.hon.)dow.-lady. — Agnes, 
dau. of late gen. sir. E. Kerrison, 1 bt., 
K.C.B., M.P., and sis. and co-heir of sir 
E. C. Kerrison, 2 and Ust bh. ; m. 1851, 2 
baron Bateman {d. lyOl) : Bronie Hall, 
Eye, Sutfolk, 

Bateman-Hanbury, rev. preby. the 
hon.Arthur Allen,M.A.Oxon,s. of 1 baron 
Bateman; J. 1829 : m. Mary, dau. {d. 1895) 
of J. Davenport, of Foxley : preby. 
of Hereford from 1860 ; rect. "from 1853 
of Shobdon S.O. Herefordshire ; Jun. 
Conservative club. 

Bateman-Hanbury, hon. Charles 
Sranhope Melville, 5 s. of 2 baron Bate- 
man {d. 1901) and bro. and heir pres. 
to 3 baron Bateman ; b. 1877 ; D.L., J. P. 
Norfolk, D. L. Norwich patron of Breccles 
and Stovv-Bedon livings, capt. Norfolk 
yeo. from 1908 : Bachelors' and New- 
clubs ; Breccles Hall, nr. Attleborough. 

Bateman-Hanbury, hon. Agnes 
Rosamond ; dau. of 2 baron Bateman. 

Bateman-Scott, lady. — Mildred 
Anne, eld. dau. of sir Wm. Cradock 
Hartopp, 3 bart. ; m. 1, 1854, sir Francis 
Edw. Bateman-Scott, 2 and 3 bart. (cr. 
30 April and 15 Dec. 1806) {d. 1863) ; 2, 
1868, E.iw. Pakenaam Alderson ((/.1876), 
eld.s. of late hon. sir Edw. Hall Alderson, 
a baron of the exctiequer, and bro. of (3) 
march. oness of Salisbury : Great Barr 
Hall, Birmingham. 

Bates, col. Chas. Lof tus, D 8.0. (1900), 
3 s. of Tho-!. Bates, of Aydon ; b. 1863 ; 
»(. 1892, Katharine, eld. dau. of Kdwd. 
Leadbitter, The Spital, Northumb. ; 
served in S. African war 1899-1902 
with 5 battn. Impl. yeom., maj. res. 
of oilicers from 1902, capt. late 1 drat;-, 
jids., It.-col. commdg. and hon. col. Nor- 
thumberland yeo. from 1905, J.P. (1902) 
Northumberland : The Spital, Hexham, 

Bates. Grilbert Thompson, 2 s. of 
sir Edwd. Bates, 1 bart., M.P., d.l., 
J.P., of Manydown Park, Hants (d. 
1896) ; b. 1847 ; m. 1876, Charlotte T., 
dau. of late Geo. Warren, of Wooltou, 
Liverpool ; j.p. Renfrewshire : Oriental 
club ; Muirshiel, Lochwinnoch S.O. Ren- 
frewshire : Mells Park, Frome, 

Bates, col. Henry Stratton, s. of late 
rev. J. E. Bates, m.a. ; m. 1866, Frances 
Henrietta,dau. of sir John Rivett-Camac, 
2 bart. ; J.P. Gloucestershire and Hants, 
served on staff in New Zealand war ; 
capt. late 8 huss., (It.-col. commdg. (hon. 
col. 1886) 3 battn. (mil.) Yorkshire regt. 

1886-9 : United Service club ; Langtons, 
Alresford, Hants. 

Bates, sir Percy Elly, 4 bt. (1880), 2 
s. of 2bt., D.L.. J.P. (d. 18S9) and bro. 
of 3 bt. (d. 1903) ; b. 18/9 ; m. 1907, Mary 
Ann, younger dau. of very rev. Wm. 
Lefroy, d.d., dean of Norvich (^Heir, 
bro., Cecil Robt., b. 1882) : Hiuderton 
Hall, Neston, Cheshire. 

Bates, Sydney Eggers, 3 s. of sir 
Edwd. Bates, 1 bart., M.P., d.l., j.p. (d. 
1896); b. 1851 ; vi. 1878,Eiizabetli Jessie, 
3 dau. of col. Geo. Grenville Malet, 
Bombay cav. ; j".p. (1904) Hants and 
(1897) CO. London : 29 Hyde Park sq. 
W. ; Manydown Park, Basingstoke. 

Bates, lady. — Constance E., 2 dau. of 
late S. R. Graves, m.p. ; m. 1876, sir 
Edwd. Percy Bates, 2 bart., d.l., j.p. {d. 
1899) : Beechenhurst, Allerton, Liver- 
pool ; Gyrn Castle, Holywell, Flints. 

Bateson, hon. Eustace de Yarburgh, 
3 s. of 2 baron Deramore ; b. 1884. 

Bateson, hon. Geo. Nicholas de Yar- 
bargb-, 2 s. of 2 baron Deramore ; b. 1870; 
m. 1900, Muriel K., youngest dau. of 
Arthur Dancombe, of Sutton Hall, 
Yorks ; heir pres. to his bro., J.P. (1907) 
E. R, Yorks : Carlton, Bachelors' and 
Yorkshire clubs : North Cliff, Filey 
S.O. Yorks. 

Bateson, Wm., m.a. Cantab., f.r.s., 
s. of late rev. W. H. Bateson, d.d.. 
master of St. John's coll. Camb. ; b. 
1861 ; TO. 1896, Beatrice, dau. of late 
Arthur Durham ; fell. St. John's coll. 
Camb. 1885, prof, of biology at Cam- 
bridge from 1908 : Merton House, Grant- 
chester, Cambridge. 

Bateson, hon. Mary Lilla de Yar- 
burgh-, b. 1863 ; hon. Katherine Hylda 
de Yarburgh-, b. 1869 ; daus. of 2 baron 
Deramore : The Lodge,Heslington,York. 

Bateson, hon. Moira Faith Lilian de 
Yarburgh-, dau. of 3 baron Deramore ; 
b. 1898. 

Bath, 5 marq. of (1789, Gt. B.). Thomas 
Henry Tliynne, eld.s. of 4 marq. (d. 1896) ; 
b. 1862 ; m. 1890, Violet C, dau. of sir 
Chas. Mordaunt, 10 bart., and niece of 
Georgina, countess of Dudley, b. 1869 ; 
2nd tit. vise. Weymouth ; J.P. Wilts 
(chm. c.c. from 1906) and Somerset (lord 
lieut. from 1904 and pres. Territl. Force 
Assoc, from 1908), It.-col. commdg. and 
hon. col. Wilts yeo. from 1906 ; M.p. (c. ) 
Somerset (Frome divn.) 1886-92 and 
1895-6, und. sec. of state for India in 
1905 {Heir, s. vise. Weymouth, q.v.) : 
29 Grosvenor sq. W. ; Longleat, War- 
minster, Wilts. 




Bath, avchd. of, vide vea. Hilton 

Bath, engr.-commdr. Geo. Clark, r.n,, 
M.v.o. 4 class (1908), engr.-commdr. r.n. 

Bath, Hy., s. of Edwd. Henry Bath, 
of Alltyferin, Carmarthenshire, D.L., J.P. 
(d. 1908); b. 1875; m. 1899, Kathleen 
M. O'C, eld, dau. of late Wyndham 
Pryse Lloyd : Alltyferin, Nantgaredig, 

Bath, marchioness dowager of, hon. 
Frances I. C, eld. dau. of 3 vise, de Vesci ; 
m. 1861, 4 marq. of Bath (d 1896) : 15 
Manchester sq. W. 

Bath and Wells, 70 bp. of (609). rt. 
rev. Geo. Wyndham Kennion, d.d. Oxon, 
F.R.ft.S., 8. of Geo. Kennion, M.D., f.r.c.P., 
of Harrogate; b. 1845; m. 1882, Hen- 
rietta D., 3 survg. dau. of sir Chas. 
Dalrymple Fergusson, 5 bart.; vicar of St 
Paul's, Sculcoates, Hull, 1873-6, of All 
Saints', Bradford, 1876-82 ; bp. of Ade- 
laide, 1882-94, of Bath and Wells from 
1894 : The Palace, Wells, Somerset. 

Bather, Edwd. Wm., b.a. Cantab., 
eld. s. of John Bather, of the Dayhouse, 
Meole Brace, Salop {d. 1886) ; b. 1854 ; m. 
1886, Muriel E., eld. dau. of Spencer 
Bickham, of Oakwood, Alderley Edge ; 
barr. Lincoln's Inn 1881, patron and lord 
of the manor of Meole Brace, Salop : 
Davenham Cottage, nr. North wich, 

Bathurst, 7 earl (1772, Gt. B.). Sey- 
mour Henry Bathurst, C.M.G., eld. s. of 6 
earl {d. 1892), by dau. of 2 baron de 
Tabley; b. 1864; m. 1893, hon. Lilias 
M. F., only dau. of 1 baron Glenesk ; 
2nd tit. baron Apsley ; D.L., j.p. 
Glo'stershire ; It.-col. (hon. col. 1903) 4 
battn. (mil.) Gloucestershire regt. 1898- 
1908, hon. col. 5 battn. Gloucestershire 
regt. from 1908, pres. Gloucestershire 
Teiritl. Force Assoc, from 1908 {Heir, s. 
lord Apsley, q.v.) : 22 Bruton st. W. ; 
Bachelors' and Carlton clubs ; Ciren- 
cester House, Cirencester. 

Bathurst, 2 bp. of (1869). rt. rev. 
Chas. Edwd. Camidge, D.D., m.a. Oxon, 
s. of — Camidge ; b. 18 — ; vicar of 
Thirsk, Yorks, 1876-87, canon of York 
1882-7, bp. from 1887 of Bathurst, N. S. 
Wales : Bishop's Court, Bathurst, N.S.W. 

Bathurst, hon. Allen Benjamin, 3 s. of 
6 earl Bathurst; b. 1872; m. 1902, 
Augusta Ruby, eld. dau. of lord Edward 
SpenC'-r-Churchill ; hon. capt. in the 
army 1901, It.-col. commdg. 5 battn. 
Gloucestershire regt. from 1908, p irly. 
priv. sec. (unpaid) to poscmnste -gen. 
(marq. of Londonderry) 1901-3, M.P. (c.) 

E. Gloucestershire 1895-1906 : Carlton 
club ; Cirencester. 

Bathurst, Chas., m.a. Oxon., f.o.s., 
eld. s. of Chas. Bathurst, of Lydney 
Park, Gloucestersuire, J.P. (d. 1907) ; 
b. 1867; m. 1898, hon. BertUa Susan, 
youngest dau. of 1 baron Ludlow, p.c. ; 
barr. Inner Temple 1892, lord of the 
manors of Lydney and Aylburton, a 
verderer of H.M. Forest of Dean from 
1907, J.p. Gloucestershire, formerly capt. 
R. Mon. Eng. mil. : Dacre House, West- 
minster, S.W. ; 3 Stone bldgs. Lincoln's 
Inn, W.C. ; Oxford and Cambridge and 
Burlington Fine Arts clubs ; Lydney 
Park, Lydney, Gloucestershire. 

Bathurst, ven. Frederick, s. of late 
It.-gen. sir Jas. Bathurst, k.c.b. ; m. 1, 
Catherine G., dau. {d. 1902) of rev. 
C. F. Moore ; 2, 1904, Elizabeth Frances, 
widow of rev. J. M. Hamilton, late vicar 
of Ridgemont, Beds ; m.a. Oxon, vicar of 
Diddington, Hunts, 1857-74, r.d. of St. 
Neots 1865-73, proctor in convocation 
1867-73 ; hon. canon of Ely from 1869, 
archd. of Bedford from 1873, vicar of 
Biggleswade, Beds. 1874-84, rector of 
Holwell, Hitchin, 1884-1902 : Grove 
House, Aspley Guise S.O. Beds. 

Bathtirst, capt. sir Fredk. Edwd. 
Wm. Hervoy-, 5 bart. (1»18), eld. s. of 
4 bart., M. P., It.-col. late gren. gds. (d. 
1900), by only dau. of la^e sir J. Ribton, 
3 bart.; b. 1870; m. 1901, hon. Moira, 
2 dau. of 14 baroo Inchiquin, b. 1876 ; 
capt. gren. gds. 1899-19^6, ret. p. 1906 
{Heir, s. Fredk. Peter M., h 1903) : 
Naval and Military club ; Somborne 
Park, Stockbridge. 

Bathurst, Henry Yillebois, eld. s. of 
late capt. Bathurst, 23 R. VVelsu Fus. and 
gt. gt. grands, of bp. (Bathurst) of 
Norwich ; 6. 1862 : Carlton and Juu. 
Carlton clubs ; Marham House, Down- 
ham, Norfolk. 

BathTirst, hon. Lancelot Julian, 2 s. 
of 6 earl Bathurst ; b. 18G8 : 41 Lowndes 
sq. S.W. ; Bachelors' club. 

Bathurst, hon. Ralph Hy., 3 s. of 7 
earl Bathurst ; b. 1901. 

Bathurst, hon. Wdliam R. Seymour, 
2 s. of 7 earl Bathurst ; b. 1903. 

Bathurst, Evelyn, countess, dau. of 
late G. Barnard Hankey, of Fetcham 
Park, Surrey ; m. 1874, as his 2 wife, 6 
earl Bathurst {d. 1892) : 41 Lowndes 
sq. S.W. ; St. Hilda, Sea Yiew, I. of W. 

Bathurst, lady Hervey-, Ada, only 
dau. of late sir J. Ribton, 3 bart. ; m. 
1869, It. -col. sir Fredk. Arthur Thos. 
Hervev-Bathurst, 4 bart. , M. p. , late gren. 
gds. (d. 1900) : 69 CornvsraU gdns. S.W. 


Bathurst, lady Meriel Olivia, dau. of 
7 earl Bathurst ; b. 1894. 

Batson, col. Herbert, C.B. (1900) ; h. 
1853 ; served in S. African war 1899-1900 
Ir.-col. (brevet col. 1904) Devonshire 
regr. 1&00-4, ret. p. 1904 : Chelfham, 
Stoke Rivers S.O. Devon. 

Batt, Charles Dorrington, m.b. Lond., 
J.P.Oxfordshire : The Hill,Witney,Oxon. 
Batt, capt. Reginald Cossley, M.v.o. 
4 class (190fi), 8. of Wm. Forster Batt, 
of Cae Kenfy, Abergavenny ; h. 1872 ; 
711. 1908, Violet, younger dau. of Robt. 
Millington Knowles, D.L., J. P., of Col- 
ston Bassett Hall, Notts ; capt. R. Fus. 
1899-1907 and adjt. 1900-4, adjt. 3 vol. 
batrn. Norfolk regt. 1905-7, ret. p. 1907, 
patron of livings of Barningham North- 
wood and Ingworth, lord of the manors 
of Banningham, Colby, Ingworth, Tutt- 
ing ton- with-Crackford, East Beckham- 
Isaacs, East Beckbam-Marriotts, Nor- 
Avood Barningham, Runton Hayes and 
Dilham : Army and Navy club ; Gres- 
ham Hall, nr. Norwich ; Great Hard- 
Avick, Llanellen, Mon. 

Batt, col. Trios. Edmond, eld. s. of 
Thos. Batt, of Rathmullan, co. Donegal, 
D.L., J.P. {d. 1897) ; b. 1864 ; J. P. co! 
Donegal, It. -col. commdg. and hon. col. 
The Donegal ardll. mil. from 1895: 
Rathmullan House, Rathmullan S.O. co. 
Batten, vide Chisholm-Batten. 
Batten, Hy. Butler, b.a. Oxon., 2 s. 
of John Batten, of Aldon, Somerset, J.P. 
{d. 1900) ; h. 1845 : New University 
club ; Aldon, Yeovil. 

Batten, col. Herbert Gary Geo., 
B.A. Cantab., 3 s. of John Batten, of 
Aldon, Somerset, and Upcerne, Dorset, 
J.P. ((/. 1900) ; b. 1^^49; m. 1, 1878, 
Frances E., dau. of John Beardmore, of 
Uplands, Hants ; 2, 1898, Isabel Frances, 
dau. of late gen. sir Robt. Bright, G.c.B.; 
J.P. Somerset, D.L., j.p. (1906) Dorset, 
It.-col. commdt. and hon. col. 3 battn. 
(mil.) Dorset regt. 1902-8, res. of officers 
from 1908: New University club ; Leigh 
Lodge, Abbots Leigh, nr. Bristol ; Key- 
ford, North Coker, Yeovil. 

Batten, Hy. Howard, only s. of rev. 
Hy. Batten, vicar of Penzance, Corn- 
wall ; h. 1846 ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1875, 
J.P. (1907) Westmorland : 2 Cheniston 
gdns. Kensington, W. ; Jun. Carlton 
club ; Acorn Bank, Temple Sowerby^ 

Batten, Herbert Phelips, b.a. Oxon 
only 8. of Herbert Butler Batten, of Hol- 
lands, Somer.set, j.P., d.L. {d. 1899) ; b. 
1859 ; m. 1892, Josephine Constance, 2 


dau. of sir Joseph C. Lee : j.P. Somerset : 
Ranelagh and Travellers' clubs; Lufton 
Manor, nr. Yeovil, Somerset. 

Batten, James, j.p. Kent : The High 
Field, Bickley, Kent. 

Batten, John Hy. Strode, b.a. Can- 
tab., eld. s. of col. John Mount Batten, 
C.B., of Upcerno, Dorset, J.P. ; h. 1875; 
m. 1908, Alberta Theresa, dau. of late 
Patrick Kavanagh, of 56 Queen's edns. 
Lancaster gate, W. ; served in S. African 
Avar 1899-1902, It. Liverpool regt from 
1900, J P. (1908) Dorset : Jun. Naval and 
Military club ; Upcerne, Dorchester, 

Batten, col. John Mount, c.b. (1903), 
eld. s. of J. Batten, of Aldon, Somerset, 
D.L., J.P. (d 1900); b. 1843; m. 1, 1873, 
Margaret A., dau. {d. 1893) of rev. J. 
Brooks ; 2, 1895, Mary E., eld. dau. of 
Jas. Sant, R.A., and widow of Howard 
Fredk. Nalder ; maj. late 1 batt. and 
It.-col. (hon. col. 1895) 3 battn. (mil.) The 
Kin;<'s (Liverpool regt.), hon. It.-col. in 
the army from 1902, served in S. African 
war 1902, pres. and cbm. Dorset Territl. 
Force Assoc, from 1908; j.p. Dorset 
(sheriff 1903, lord lieut. from 1906, o.A.) 
and Somerset : Mornington Lodge, Morn- 
ington avenue. West Kensington, W. ; 
Army and Navy club ; Upcei'n' , Dorset. 
Batten, Lauriston Leonard, K.c, s. of 
R. W. Batten, f.r.c.p., of GlouC' ster ; 
b. 1863 ; in. 1900, Helen, dau. of late G. 
Monck Gibbs, of Ablington Manor, 
Gloucestershire ; barr. Inner Temple 
188*^, K.C. 1905 : 7 Brompton sq. S.W. ; 
2 Paper buildings. Temple, E.C. ; Gar- 
rick club ; Driffield, Cirencester. 

Batten-Pooll, Robt. Pooll Henry-, 
only 3. of Joseph Langford, of Timsbury, 
Somerset {d. 1873) ; b. 1850 ; m. 1879, 
Sophia Hastings, eld. dau. of Duncan 
Macrae, Kames Castle, I. of Bute; is d.l., 
J.P.Somerset, J.P. Wilts (sheriff 1896); 
assumed name of Henry-Batten-Pooll in 
1871 ; lord of the manors of Road and 
Wolverton ; capt. N. Somerset yeom. 
1875-88 : Carlton and Jun. Carlton clubs ; 
Road Manor, Bath. 

Battenbergr, h.r.h. princess Henry 
of, vide Royal Family. 

Battenbergr, vice-adml. h.s.h. prince 
Louis of, g.c.b. (1887), G.c.v.o. (1901), 
K.C.M.G. (190.5), s. of H.G.D.H. prince 
Alexander of Hesse, G.C.B. ; b. 1854; 
m. 30 April, 1884, princess Victoria 
{b. 5 April, 1863), eld. dau. of h.r.h. 
grand duke of Hesse and h.r.h. Princess 
Alice of Gt. Britain ; It. of " Incon- 
stant "during Egyptian war,1882 ; naval 
adviser to insp.-gea. of fortificationa 



1893-4, asst. dir. of Naval IntelL 1899- 
1901, director 1902, coinmdg. 2 
cruiser squadron 1905-7, 2 in commd. 
of Mediterranean fleet from 1907, hon. 
A.D.c. to Queen Victoria 1896-1901, 
personal naval a.d.c. to the King 
from 1901, an elder brother of the 
Trinity Houpc from 1904, knight of 
justice, order of St. John of Jerusalem, 
vice-adml. 1908 : Marlborough, United 
Service, Naval and Military and Bache- 
ors' clubs. 

Battersby, maj.-gen. John Prevost, 
s. of col. F. Battersby, C.B., of Listoke, 
Drogheda ; b. 1826 ; vi. 1857, Louisa W., 
dau. of sir W. Dillon, 4 bart. ; a.a.g. 
Madras 1868-70, It.-col. (col. 1876) 60 
rifles, commdt, R.M. Asylum 1871-80, 
assist, director of mily. educ. 1880-85, 
ret. p. 1885 : Lyncrof t, Portmore Park, 

Battersby, John Radcliff, s, of G-eo. 
Battersby, ll.d., of Loughbawn, co. 
Westmeath, judge of Consistorial Court, 
Dublin (d. 1880) ; b. 1839 ; m. 1873, 
A-Ugusta, dau. of John Rynd, of Rey- 
nella, coi Westmeath ; Irisri barr. 1864, 
barr. Lincoln's Inn 1865, J. P. cos. Meath 
and Westmeath : Loughbawn, nr. Col- 
linstown, co. Westmeath. 

Battersby, Wm. John. j.p. (1906) 
Cheshire : Strathclyde, Stockpoi't. 

Battersea (rt. hon.), lady. — Con- 
stance, eld. dau. of late sir Anthony de 
Rorh'-child, 1 bart. ; m. 1878, 1 and las' 
baron Battersea (d. 1907) : Surrey Ho. 
7 Marble arch, W. ; Aston Clinton, 
Tring, Bucks ; The Pleasaunce, Over- 
str;ind, near Cromer. 

Battie-Wrightson, Robt. Cecil, only 
s. of Wm. Hy. Battle- Wrightson, of 
Cusworth Park, Yorks, D.L., J. P., by 
lady L'^abella Georgiana K., dau. of 3 
marq. of Exeter ; b. 1888 ; 2 It. 5 battu. 
King's Own Yorkshire L.l. from 1907 : 
Cusworth Park, Doncaster and Wothorpe 
House, Stamford, 

Battie-Wrigrbtson, lady Isabella 
Georgiana K., dau. of 3 marq. of Exeter; 
b. 1853; m. 1884, Wm. Hy. Battie- 
Wrightson, of Cusworth Park, Yorks, 
D.L., J. P., sherife 1900 {d. 1903) ; patron 
of 3 livings : Cusworth Park, Doncaster 
and Wothorpe Hou>^e, Stamford. 

Battiscombe, rear-adml. Albert Hy. 
Wm. 2 s. of late rev. Richd. Battis- 
combe, of Hactons, Essex ; 6. 1831 ; ?«. 
1866. Lucy, dau. of late sir Henry Robin- 
son, knt.,of Knapton House.Norf olk.D. L., 
J.p. ; served in operations against Bruni 
Borneo 1846 ; at capture of piratical 
junks in MirsBay,Cochiu-China 1850, at 

bombardment of Bomarsund and of 
Sveaborg ; with naval brig, on Burmese 
frontier 1858 , in N. Zealand 1860-1 ; 
rear-adml. ret. hst, 1887 : Eastwood, 

Battiscombe, Arthur, s. of rev. W. 
Battiscombe, of Horseheath, Cambs ; b. 
1835; m. 1859, Frances E., dau. of Geo. 
Haynes, of Triest ; J.P. Radnorshire : 
Hinton Court, Hereford. 

Battiscombe. Percy Francis, eld. s. of 
R. W. P. Battiscombe, of Shaw Well, 
Kent ; b. 1857 ; m. 1886, Aurea, 4 dau. of 
M. Lambarde, of Beechmont. Sevenoaks, 
Kent : j.p. (1901) Kent : Shaw Well, 
The Common, Sevenoaks. 

Battle, dean of (Chichester), videvery 
rev. E. R. Currie. 

Battley, It.-col. D'Oyly Cade, eld. s. 
of maj. D'Oyly Wm. Battley, late 77 
regt., of Belvedere Hall, co. Wicklow {d. 
1887) ; b. 1841 ; m. 1868, Annie C, dau. 
of Wm. Hy. Jackson, of Inane, co. 
Tipperary; D.L co. Wicklow, j.p. cos, 
Cork, Dublin and Wicklow (sheriflE 1889), 
It.-col. late 3 battn. Middlx. regt. : United 
Service and Constitutional clubs ; Belve- 
dere Hall, Bray, co. Wicklow. 

Batty, Herbert, m.a., b.l. Cantab., 
6 s. of Geo. Batty, of Crouch 
End, N, ; b. 1862 ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 
1881, entd. I.C.S. (Bombay) 1870, 
served in Bombay as asst. collr. and 
magist., prof, of logic and moral philo- 
soi'tiy in the Deccan coll., Poona (1872-5), 
and asst. judge and 8e.>-s. judgw ; und.-sec. 
to govt, of Bombay, pol. (fee. depts., and 
sec. to legal council 1^85 ; remembrancer 
of Ici/al affairs 189-2, memb. legisl. 
council 1893 and 1895, a jud^eof high 
court of judicature at Bombay 1902-8, 

Battye, vide Trevor- Battye. 

Battye, maj.-gen Arthur, c.B. (1881), 
8. of G. W Battye ; b. 1839 ; served in 
Oude 1858, at Lucknow ; N. W. frontier, 
India 1864 ; Hazara 1868 ; Looshai 
expdn. 1871-2 ; Afghan war 1878-80 ; 
maj.-gen. 1894, Ind. army. 

Battye, maj.-gen. Geo. Money, s. of 
G. Battye ; b. 1829; m. 1859, dau.' of F. 
Curwen Smith ; served in Burmese war 
1852-4, and Indian mutiny ; ret. f. p. 
1878 as It.-col. B.S.C. : Frognal, Walnut 
rd Cockington, Torquay. 

Battye, maj.-gen.Hy. Doveton, served 
in Indian mutiny 1857-9, B.S.C. ret. 1884. 

Bauobop, It.-col. Arthur,c.M.G. (1902), 
8. of late Robt. Bauchop, of Port Chal- 
mers, N. Zealand ; b. 1871; served in S. 
African war 1900-2 with New Zealand 
contingents ; officer commdg. mily. dist, 
Wellington, N. Zealand. 


Baumann, Arthur Anthony, b.a. 
Oxon, 2 s. of Wm. Baumann, Hyde Park 
sq. W. {d. 1888) ; b. 185G ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1881; m.p. (c.) Cambervvell 
(Peckham divn.) 1885-92: 44 Hyde 
Park ?q. W. ; Carlton club. 

Baumgrartner, gen. Toos. Mowbray, 
() s. of John T. Baumgartner, M.D., of 
Godmanchester (d 1874); b. 1824; in 
Indian mutiny 1857-8 ; gen. 1894, Ind. 
army, on U.S. list, 1890. 

Baumgrartner, mrs. Helen, youngest 
dau.of R. Thompson,of G-reenwood Park, 
CO. Down ; m. 1859, gen. Robt. J. Baum- 
gartner, C.B., of Godmanchester (d. 
1896) : Island Hall, Godman Chester, 

Bawden, Moses, J. p. (1903) Cornwall : 
Tamar View, Tavistock. 

Bax- Ironside, Henry Geo. Outram, 
only 8. of J. H. Bax-Ironside, C.B., of 
Houghton-le-Spring, co. Durham {d. 
1879), by dau. of maj.-gen. R. G. Hughes, 
of Llynon Hall, Anglesey, d.l., j.p. ; b. 
1869 ; m. 1902, Marta Hedwig J., 2 dau. 
of count Fersen Gyldenstolpe, of Stock- 
holm, Sweden ; sec. to legation at Pekin 
1897-1900, Stockholm 1900-2, min. res. 
to the Republic of Venezuela 1902-7, 
env. extrady. and min. pleuipo. in 
Chili from 1907 : British Legation, San- 
tiago, Chili ; St, James's and Travellers' 
clubs ; Heronden House, Eastry, Kent. 

Baxendale, Fras. Hugh, s. of late 
Lloyd Baxendale, of Greenham, Berks ; 
b. 1862 ; m. 1883, Emily, dau. of late Thos. 
Nicholls ; is J.P. Sussex : 2 Cadogan gdns. 
S.W. ; Jun. Carlton club ; Framfield 
Place, Framfield, Uckfield, Sussex. 

Baxendale, Joseph Wm., m.a. Oxon., 
only s. of Joseph Hornby Baxendale, 
F.R.G.S., of Worplesdon Place, Surrey 
{d. 1886) ; b. 1848 ; m. 1874, Frances M'. 
J., only survg. child of late hon. Francis 
Scott, of Send hurst Grange, Surrey ; 
D.L., J.P. (1891) Hants (sherilf 189.^) : 78 
Brook St. W. ; Jun. Carlton club ; Bemt;r- 
side, St. Boswell's, KB. 

Baxendale, Lloyd Harry, s. of Lloyd 
Baxendale, of Greenham, Berks ; 6.1858 : 
m. 1895, Constance L., dau. of late Chas, 
Raymond Pelly ; is J.P. (1886) Berks: 
Conservative club ; Greenham Lodge, 

Baxendale, rars. Birley, 36 Portman 
sq. W. ; Bl ickmore End, Kimpton, Wei- 
wyn, Herts. 

Baxter, Edward Armitstead, eld. s. of 
rt. hon, Wm. Edwd. Baxter, p.c, M.P., of 
Kincaldrum, Forfarshire {d. 1890) ; 6, 
1848 ; m. 1879, Isobel, dau. of Wm. 
Scott Elliot, of ArJcletQH, co. D^wfl■ies ; 


D.L., J.P. CO. Forfar : Kincaldrum House, 
Forfar, N.B. 

Baxter, sir Geo. Washington, ll.d., 
younger s. of late rt. hon. W. E. Baxter, 
of Kincaldrum, co. Forfar ; b. 1863 ; vi. 
1889, Edith, dau. of maj.-gen. J. L. 
Fagan ; j.p. Forfarshire, d.l., j.p. 
Dundee, knighted 1904 : Invereighty, 
Forfar, N.B. ; Devonshire club. 

Baxter, Ned, eld. s. of Jas. Baxter ; 
b. 1862 ; m. eld. dau, of Joseph Horsfall, 
of Longwood, nr. Huddersfield i; j.p. 
(1907) W. R. Yorks: 12 Chapel hill, 
Linthwaite, Huddersfield. 

Baxter, sir Wm. Jas., s. of Samuel 
Baxter, of Tattykeel, Cookstown and of 
Ballymoney (d 1880) ; m. 1892, Mary, 
2 dau. of rev, Robt, Wallace, of Beres- 
foi'd villas, Coleraine ; pies. County and 
City of Derry Liberal Assoc, and of 
Coleraine Y.M.C. Inst. , vice-pre?. Ulster 
Liberal Assoc, and of Coleraine Savings 
Bank, ex-chm. Coleraine Urban Council, 
J.P. CO. Londonderry, kuiglited 1907 : 25 
Church st. and Avoudale, Coleraine, co, 

Baxter, Wynne Edwin, F.G.8., P.a.M.8., 
eld, 8, of Wm. Edvvin Baxter, of Lewes, 
Sussex (d 1873) ; b. 1844 ; w. 1868, 
Kate Bliss, only dau. of Fr^s. Hdslock 
Parker, of Northampton, mayor 1849- 
50-61 {d. 1898) ; admitted a solicitor 
1867. under-sheriff of London and 
Middlx. 1876-7-«-9, 1886-6; v. p. Prov. 
Newspaper Soc. 1873-6, chm. Law and 
City Courts com. of Corporation of 
London 1876-7 ; high constable of 
Lewes 1877-8-9-80-1; first mayor of 
Lewes 1881-2; d.l. Tower Hamlets; J.P. 
CO. London ; coroner for Sussex 1879-87, 
E. Middlesex 1886-8 and E. London from 
1888, and of Tower of London and Liber- 
ties from 1891, clerk to the Farriers' 
Co. from 1876, of the Gold and Silver 
Wyredrawers' Co. from 1878, and of the 
Shipwrights' Co, from 1882 ; treas. 
R.M.S. 1906 : 170 Church st. Stoke New- 
ington, N. ; 9 Laurence Poumney hill, 
E.C. ; The Granvilles, Stroud, Glou- 
cestershire ; Constitutional club. 

Bayford, Robert Augustus, K..C., m.a. 
Cantab, only s. of Augustus Fredk, 
Bayford ; b. 1838 ; m. 1868, Emily J,, 
younger dau. of John Deverell, of Pur- 
brook Park, Hants ; barr. Inner Temple 
1863, bencher 1891, q.c. 1885, j.p. (1900) 
Hants: 13 King's Bench walk, Temple, 
E.C. ; Netiey Hill, iJotley, Hants. 

Bayldon," Edwd. Herbert, 5 s. of rev. 
John Bayldon, of Wakefield, Yorks ; b. 
1854; m. 1876, Annie, dau. of T. H. 
Steve»s, of Re^vdiug, Berks ; is D.h., J.p, 



(1896) Devon (sheriff 1905) : Oaklands, 
Dawlish, Devon. 

Bayley, Chas. Butterworth, M.v.o. 4 
class (1906), 6 s. of sir Steuart Colvin 
Bayley, k.C.S.i,, c.i.b. ; h. 1876 ; special 
correspondent to " The Daily Telegraph 
and Pioneer " (Allahabad) with Tibet 
mission 1903-4, asst. sec. to govt, of 
Bengal : Calcutta. 

Bayley, sir Chas. Stuart, k . c.s.i. ( 1 908), 
s. of late capt. Daniel Bayley, h.e.i.c. s. ; 
h. 1854; m. 1880, Sarah Constance, dau, 
of maj.-gen. A. E. Campbell, Ind. army ; 
barr. Lincoln's Inn 1877, entd. I.C.S. 
1877, agent to gov. gen. in Central India 
1900-5, residt. Hyderabad from 1906 : 
The Residency, Hyderabad, Deccan, 

Bayley, Edwd. Hodson, s. of late 
rev. dr. Bayley 5 b. 1841; to. 1891, 
Josephine, dau. of count von Schwarzen- 
berg ; chm. of Bay ley's Ltd. wagon 
builders, 42 Newiugton causeway, dir. 
of London Improved Cab Co. Ltd., Van- 
guard Motor Bus Co. Ltd.&c; J.P. (1894) 
CO. London; m.p. (l.) N. Camberwell 
1892-6 : 42 Newington Causeway, S.E. ; 
Reform club ; Ellesruere, Bromley, Kent. 

Bayley, Hy. Dennis, 2 s. of Tbos. 
Bayley, of Lenton Abbey, and Langar 
Hall, Notts, M.P., J. p. {d. 1906), and 
Annie Mary Bradley, dau. and co-heiress 
of Hy. Farmer, of Lenton, Notts ; b. 
1878 ; m. 1903, Audrey Cecil, dau. of sir 
John Turney. knt., of Gedliug, Notts. ; 
J.p. (1906) Notts; Lenton Aobey, nr. 

Bayley, James, eld. s. of J. S. Bayley, 
of Willaston Hall, Cheshire {d. 1859) ; b. 
3857; m. 1880, Ellen, dau. of G. An- 
drews ; J.P. Cheshire : Willaston Hall, 

Bayley, sir Lyttelton Holyoake, 2 
s. of sir John E. G. Bayley, 2 bart. : b. 
1827 ; TO. 1862, Isabella, dau. {d. 1860) of 
A. Mactier, of Durris House,Kincardine- 
shire ; barr. Middle Temple, 1850 ; 
puisne judge of high court of Bombay 
1869-95, knighted 1896: Oriental club. 

Bayley, sir Steuart Colvin, k.c.s.i. 
(1878), CLE. (1882), 5 s. of late W. B. 
Bayley ; b. 1»36 ; m. 1860, Anna, dau. 
of R. N. Farquharson, B.C.S. ; entered 
B.C.S. 1856 ; commr. Patna divn. during 
Bengal famine 1873-4 ; sec. to govt, of 
Bengal 1877, on special duty with govt. 
of India during Madras and Mysore 
famine 1877, res. at Hyderabad 1881-2, 
ord. memb. of council of gov, gen. of 
India 1882-7, It.-gov. of Bengal 1887- 
90, sec. in political and secret dept. of 
India Office 1890-5, memb. Indian coun- 

cil 1895-1905, ret. 1905: 2 - Barkston 
gdns. Earl's Court, S.W. ; Atbenseum 

Bayley, lady. — Emily Annie T. dau. 
of sir T. T. Metcalfe, 4 bart. ; m. 1850, 
sir Edwd. Clive Bavley, K.c.S.i., c.i.E. 
{d. 1884) : The Wilderness, Ascot, Berks. 

Bayley-Worthingrton, Gibbon, 2 
survg. s. of lateW. Bayley, of Stalybridge; 
b. 1836 ; TO. 1868, Marianne, dau. of late 
H. Brocklehurst, of Foden Bank, Mac- 
clesfield ; J.p. Cheshire : assumed by 
royal licence 1863, name ofWorthington : 
8 Balfour pi. Park la. W. ; Town Thorns, 

Baylis, Wm. Mortimer, J p. (1906) 
Herefordshire and (1908) Radnorshire: 
Parcgwyn, Glasbury, Hereford. 

Bayliss, Samuel, 2 s. of Wm. Bayliss, 
of Torquay, Devon; b. 1848; to. 1872, 
dau. of Wm. Butler, of Wolverhampton, 
Staffs ; J.P. (1907) Staff?. : Wood House, 
Tettenball, Wo'verhampton. 

Bayliss. Thos. Richd., eld. s. of late 
Thos Bayliss,of Birmingham: b. 1838 ; to. 
1862. Mary, dau. of John Abraham, of 
Northfield. Worcestershire; assoc. memb. 
memb. Soci^t6 des Ing^nieurs Civils, 
Paris, memb. American Acad, of Political 
and Social Science, Philadelphia, U.S.A., 
J.P. (1896) Worcestershire and (1907) 
Warwickshire : Belmont, Northfield, 
near Birmingham ; St. Stephen's, S.W., 
and Conservative (Birmingham) clubs. 

Bayliss, Wm. eld. s. of Wm. Bayliss, of 
Mayfield, Wolverhampton : b. 1840 ; to. 
1865, dau. of rev. Jas. Clapham, of 
Cheetham Hill, Manchester ; J.P. (1894) 
Staffs : The Woodland-*, Wolverhampton. 

Bayliss, laiy. — Elise, dau. of late rev. 
I. Broade, of Longton, Staffs ; to. 1858, 
sir Wyke Bayliss, knt., p.s.a., pres. R. 
Soc. of Brit. Artists 1888 {d. 1906) : 7 
North rd. Clapham Park, S.W. 

Bayly, mij.-gen. Alfred Wm. Lam- 
bert, c.B. (1900), D.S.O. (1887), s. of 
late maj. Geo. Bayly, 35 regt. ; b. 1856 ; 
m. 1, 1877, Ada M., dau. {d. 1880) of 
late maj.-gen. S. Thacker, Bo. S.C ; 2, 
1889, Eva, dau. of late John Naylor, of 
Leighton Hall. Mont. ; served in Afghan 
war 1879-80, Soudan expdn. 1885, Bur- 
mese war 1886-7, S. African war 1899- 
1900, A.P.C. to the Kiug 1903-6, sec. 
army depr. govt, of India from 1906, 
maj.-gen. 1906, col. 126 Baluchistan Inf. 
from 1907, Ind. army : United Service 

Bayly, rear-adml. Chas. H5^, ret. list 
1907 : Hinton Manor, Catherington, 
Homdean S.O. Hants, 



Bayly, Edwd. Archibald Theodore, 
eld. 8, of It.-col. Edwd. Richd. Bayly, of 
Ballyarthur, co. Wicklow, D.L., j.p. {d. 
1907); b. 1877; served in S. African 
war 1899 1902, capt. R. Welsh Fus. from 

1907, attached Egyptian army 1908 : 
Ballyarthur, Avoca, co. Wicklow. 

Bayly, commodore Lewis, r.n., c.v.o. 
(1907) ; b. 1857 ; navigating mid. of 
" Encounter " during Ashantee war, 
landed and took part in expdn. against 
pirates up the River Congo 1875, Egyp- 
tian war 1882, a.d.c. to the King from 

1908, commodore in charge of destroyers 
in commn. Home fleet from 1907, capt. 
R.N. 1899. 

Bayly, rev. Paget Lambart, m.a. 
Cantab., only s. of gen. John Bayly, C.B., 
col.-commdt. R.E. {d. 1905) ; b. 1863 ; m. 
1896, hon. Blanche Louisa, dau. of 13 
baron Inchiquin, k.p. ; vicar of Nether- 
bury, Dorset 1901-7, reot. of Newton St. 
Loe, Somerset, from 1908 : Oxford and 
Cambridge club ; Rectory, Newton St. 
Loe, nr. Bristol ; Browfort House, 

Bayly, It.-col. Zachary Stanley, c.m.g. 
(1880), commdt. late Cape Mounted 

Bayne, Chas. G-erwien, c.s.i. (1901), s. 
of late Peter Bayne, LL.d. ; b. 1860 ; m. 
1890, Alice A., dau. of late rev. G. C. 
Hodgkinson ; entd. I.C.S. (Burma) 1880, 
revenue sec. 1893-1901, chief sec. to govt, 
of Burma 1901-3, commr. 1903-6, ret. 
11)06 : E. I. United Service club. 

Bayne, Jas. Ernest, J.p.( 1899) Norfolk. 

Bayne, Wm. Thirl wall, ll.d. Cantab, 
F.O.8., only 8. of late W. J. Bayne, M.D., 
of Bury St. Edmunds; b. 1838- barr. 
Lincoln's Inn 1863. J.P. Devon : Brock- 
hill, Broadclyst, Exeter. 

Baynes, rt. rev. bp. Arthur Hamil- 
ton, D.D. Uxon. and St. Andrews, s. of 
late rev. J. A. Baynes ; b. 1854 ; m. 
1894, youngest dau. of late canon 
Crompton, of Natal ; vie. St. Jas. Nottm. 
1884-8, dom. chapl. to archbp. Benson 
1888-91, six preacher in Cant. Cathl. 
1891-3, vicar of Ch. Ch. Greenwich 1892-3, 
and of St. Marv's, Nottingham, from 
1901, bp. of Natal 1893-1901, asst. bp. of 
Southwell, 1901, hon. canon of Sactista, 
Southwell Cathedral, from 1905 : St. 
Mary's vicarage, Nottingham. 

Baynes, sir Christopher Wm., 4 bt. 
(1801), eld. 8. of 3 bt. (d. 1897) ; b. 
1847 ; m. 1872, Amy Ruperta, eld. dau. 
of Edwd. Colston, of Roundway Park, 
Wilts (Heir, s. Wm. Edwd. Colston, b. 
1876) : Bank of England branch, Temple 
Bar, W.C. 

Baynes, Fredk.,4 s. of Fredc.Baynes, 
of Blackburn, Lanes ; b. 1848 ; m. 1879, 
Anna A., dau. of Tbos. Simpson, of Fox 
Hill Bank, Church, Lanes ; D.L. Lan- 
cashire (sheriff 1900) : Samlesbury Old 
Hall. nr. Preston, Lanes. 

Baynes, rear-adml. Hy. Compton 
Anderson, ret. list 1907. 

Baynes, hon.Joseph,c.M.G.(1902), s. of 
late Richd. Baynes, of Settle, nr. Pieter- 
maritzburg ; b. 1842 ; m. 1, 1874, Maria 
H., 2 dau. of Paul Hermanns Zietsman, 
J.P. ; 2, 1878, Sarah A., dau. of late 
Edwd. Tomlin-son, J.P. ; memb. legisl. 
council of Natal, sen. memb. for the 
Ixopo from 1890, chm. (1902) of the 
Indian Immigration Trust Board and 
memb. of the board from 1887, min. of 
lands and works 1 903-4 : Austerwick 
House, Pietermaritzburg, Natal ; Nel's 
Rust Estate, Natal {Tdegrams, Station 
Nel's Rust; Te/ejoAowe, Trunk Line,269). 

Baynes, Thos., 3 s. of late E. D. 
Baynes, C.M.G., pres. and col. sec. of 
Antigua ; b. 18— ; m. 1, 1877, Amy N. E., 
dau. of late H. Diaper, m.d., surg.-maj. 
Bengal army ; 2, 1882. Ellen C, younger 
dau. of hon. T. D. Foote, pres. legisl. 
council. Leeward Islands ; barr. Middle 
Temple 1878, s.G.Leeward Islands 1888-9, 
1 puisne judge 1889-98, 2 puisne judge 
of Trinidad and Tobago 1898-1901. 

Baynes, dow.lady. — Margaret,dau. of 
D. Stuart, of Wykham Park, Oxon ; 
m. 1845, sir Wm. John Walter Baynes, 

3 bart. (d 1897). 

Bayton, John, s. of rev. W. S. Bay ton, 
of Westergate, nr. Chichester ; b. 1819 ; 
m. 1843, Gecrgina, dau. of Chas. Harison, 
of Sutton Place, Seaford; J.P. (1859) 

Bazeley, Geo. Paulle, s. of Geo. Baze- 
ley, of Penare, Penzance ; b. 1851 ; J.p. 
(1894) Cornwall : Penare, Penzance. 

Bazeley, Wm. Jas., j.p. (1908) Corn- 
wall : The Cliff, Penzance. 

Bazley, Charles Henry, s. of R. 
Bazley, of Manchester (d 1845) ; b. 1838, 
m. 1870, Alice E., only dau. of Elias 
Doming, of Pendlebury; j.p. Lancashire. 

Bazley, Gardner Sebastian, only s. of 
sir Thos. Sebastian Bazley, 2 bart. ; b. 
1863 ; m. 1903, Ruth Evelyn, eld. dau. 
of Edwd. Stafford Howard, C.B., of 
Thornbury Castle, Glos., D.L., J.P., by 
dau. of 2 earl Cawdor ; D.L., j.p. Glou- 
cestershire (sheriff 1901) and c.c, capt. 

4 battn. (mil.) Gloucestershire regt. 
1889-93 : Brooks's club ; Hatherop Castle, 
Fairford, Gloucestershire. 

Bazley, sir Thomas Sebastian, 2 bart. 
(1869), M.A. Cantab, only s. of sir T. 


Bazley, 1 bart., M.P. {d. 1885) ; b. 1829 ; 
7rt. 1855, Elizabeth, 2 dau. {d. 1890) of R. 
Gardner, of Chaseley, Lancashire ; D.L., 
J. p. Gloucestershire, j.p. Cheshire 
{Heir, s. Gardner Sebastian, q.v.) : 
Brooks's and Atbengeum clubs; Kilmorie, 
Ilsham drive, Torquay, 

Bazley-White, John, eld. survg. s. of 
late John Bazley White, J.P. Kent [d. 
1893); b. 1847; m. 1876, lady Grace, 
youngest dau. of Mary Elizabeth, in her 
own ritrht 18 countess of Rothes {d. 
1898), by her marriage with late capt. 
Martin Haworth-Leslie, 60 Rifles ; 
hon. col. 3 vol. (Kent) brig. Cinque 
Ports divn. b.a., 1887, ret. 1892; D.L., 
J.P, Kent ; M.P, (c.) Gravesend 1885- 
1892; assumed addtl. surname of Bazley 
1887 : Carlton and Arthur's clubs ; Wier- 
ton Grange, nr, Maidstone. 

Beach, vide Hicks-Beach, 

Beach, Ellice Michael Hicks, 2 s, of 
rt. boi), Wm. Wither Bramston Beach 
of Oakley Hall, Hants and Keevil Manor, 
Wilts. P.O., M.P., D.L., J.P. ((/. 1901) ; h. 
1875 ; 2 sec. in diplomatic service 190G. 

Beach, maj. Wm. Archibald Hicks, 
eld. 8. of rt. hon, Wm. Wither Bramston 
Beach, Oakley Hall, Hants, and Keevil 
House, Wilts, P.c, m.p., d l., j.p. (Vi. 
1901) ; h. 1859 ; m. 1888, Violet I., only 
dau. ((/. 1891) of hon. Slingsby Bethell, 
c.B. ; lord of the manors of Deane 
and Oakley, Hants, and Keevil, Wilts, 
patron of one living, j.p. (1902) Hants : 
Oakley Hall. Basingstoke, Hants. 

Beachcrof t, sir Richd. Melvill, eld. s. of 
Richd. Beachcroft {d. 1872) by Henrietta, 
dau, of sir Jas, Melvill, k.c.b. ; h. 1846 ; 
VI. 1877, Charlotte Emily, 3 dau. of Robt. 
Maurice Bonnor-Maurice, of Bodyufoel. 
Mont ; admitted a solicitor 1868, solr. to 
Christ's heap, from 1873, L.c.c. from 
1889, dep.chm. 1896, vice-chm. 1897, 1st 
chm. Metropolitan Water board 1903-8, 
knighted 1904: 24 Palace court, W.; 
9 and 11 Theobald's rd. W.C; Conserva- 
tive, Union and Alpine clubs ; Little- 
mount, Cookham Dean, Berks. 

Beadle, Charles, e. of Chas. Beadle, 
late of Sutton-Hone, Kent ; h. 1834 ; m. 
1862, Ellen, dau. of Chas Hide, of Broad- 
water, Sussex ; is j.p. Kent : 38 Onslow 
sq. S.W. ; Wood Hall, Arkesden, New- 
port, Essex. 

Beadle, Eras. John, 2 s. of Chas, 
Beadle, of Erith, Kent; b. 1842; m. 
1864, dau. of John Clayton, of Maryle- 
bone,N.W.; J,P.(1900)Kpnt : Automobile 
club ; The Oaks, Belvedere S.O. Kent. 

Beadnell, maj. Chas. Edwd., f.c.s., 
eld. survg, s. of late John Beadnell, of 

Lincoln's Inn, and of Castel of Dail, 
Mont, ; b. 1841 ; m. 1871, Louie, youngest 
dau. of late John Marsh, of Tybrith, 
Carno, Mont. ; maj. R.A. 1882-91, ret. p. 

1891, J.p. (190G) Montgomeryshire : Jun. 
United Service club ; Hafod, Llandinam 
S.O. Mont. 

Beadnell, mrs. Matilda Jane, dau. of 
late John Marsh, of Carno, Mont ; m. 
1866, Hy. Christopher Thos. Beadnell, of 
Gogarth, Mont, j.p. {d. 1904) : Gogarth, 
Llanidloes, Mont. 

Beadon, maj. -gen. Edwd. Musgrave, 
s. of Wra. Beadon, of Otterhead, Devon, 
J.p. ; 6.1833 ; OT.l865,Harriette Richar^i.^, 
dau. of rear-adm. Geo. Lloyd, of The 
Grove, Haverfordwest ; served in Afghan 
war 1879-80 with Koorura divn.. It. -col. 
(col. 1884) Shropshire L. inf. 1880-5: 
Gunville House, Charlton Horethorne, 

Beadon, It.-col. John Hammet, only 
s. of John Hammet Beadon, of Gotten 
House, Somerset {d. 1879) ; b. 1847 ; m, 
1884, Harriette, 2 dau. of late Wm, 
Kaye; maj, and hon, It.-col, 3 battn. 
Somerset L.I, 1871-97 J,P. (1898) 
Devon and (1899) Somerset : Jun, 
United Service club ; East Anstey, Dul- 
verton, Somerset. 

Beal, Chas., sen. registrar of the Chan- 
cery divn. of the supreme court of Judi- 
cature : 14 Pall Mall, S.W. ; Royal 
Courts of Justice, W.C. 

Beal. Edmund John, 3 s. of John 
Beal, of Ilford, Essex ; b. 1843 ; m. J , 1869, 
Frances, dau. of Richd. Brand, of Bark- 
ing, Essex ; 2, 1906, Ellen, dau. of W. 
Jos, Brown, of Stock, Essex ; j.p, (1897) 
and c.A. Essex : Claremont, Victoria 
avenue, Southend -on-Sea. 

Beale, Chas. Gabriel, j.p. (1901) Bir- and (1906) Merioneth (sheriff 
1907) : Bryntirion, Dolgelly ; Miple 
Bank, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Beale, Ja--. Samuel, admitted a solici- 
tor 1864, J.P. (1906) Sussex : 32 Holland 
rd.W. ; 28 Gt. George st. S.W. ; Standen, 
Easr, Gr instead. 

Beale, Wm. Phipson, k.c, f.cj.s., eld, 
s. of Wm. J. Beale, of Birmingham ; b. 
1839 ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1867, bencher 

1892, Q.c. 1888, M.p. (l.) S. Ayrshire 
from 1906 ; 2 Whitehall court, S.W.; 10 
New court, Carey st. W.C. ; Reform, 
Garrick and Savile clubs ; Drumlam- 
ford, Barrhill, Ayrshire. 

Beamaii,(hon.) Frank Clement Offley 
i.C.s. 1879, a puisne judge of high court 
at Bombay from 1907 : Borubay. 

Beamish, maj. -gen, Chas., ret. f. p 


1866, as It. -col. 35 foot with hon. rank 
of maj.-gen. 

Beamisli, Richd, H. eld. s. of Richd. 
Pigott Beamish, of Ashbourne, co. Cork, 
D.L. (d. 1899), by Hulda E. 0., only dau. 
{d. 1892) and heiress of Chas. G. Mozan- 
der, Knt. North Star of Sweden ; 
VI. 1903, Violet, only daa. of gen. Pit- 
cairn Campbell, a.d.c : Reform club ; 
Ashbourne, Grlounthaune, CO. Cork. 

Bean, Wm., j.p. (1902) Northants 
and (190-) Liberty of Peterborough : 92 
Cromwell rd. S.W. ; The Firs, Easton- 
on-the-Hill, Stamford, 

Bean, mrs. Anne, dan. of T. Jackson, 
of Eltham, Kent ; m. 18 — , Alfred Wm. 
Bean, of Danson Park, Kent,J.P.(f/. 1890): 
Danson Park, Welling S.O. Kent. 

Beanes, Edwd., Moatlands, Paddock 
Wf od S.O. Kent. 

Bearcroit, col. Edward Hugh, c.B. 
(1903), only s, of Edwd.Bearcroft, of Mere 
Hall, Worcestershire, D.L., J.P. (d. 1886); 
b, 1852; ?«. 1877, Catherine E., only dau. of 
capt. G-. Philipps, of Cwmgwilli, co. Car- 
marthen ; served in S. African war in 
commd.of his regt.1901-2, hon. 
the army 1902, It.-col. commdt. and hon. 
col. 6 battn. (mil.) Worcestershire regt. 
1897-1905 ; J.P. Worcestershire : Jun. 
United Service club ; Mere Hall, Droit- 

Bearcroft, Geo. Edwd. Hy., only s. of 
Henry Bearcroft, of Hanbury Mount, 
Worcestershire ; 6. 1869 ; m. 1890, dau. 
of rev. W. P. A. Campbell, of Fladbury, 
Worcestershire ; J.P. (1904) Worcester- 
shire : Fepsinton, Himbleton, Dioitwich. 

Bearcroft, rear-adml. John Edwd., 
c.n. (1900), M.v.o. 4 class (1904), a. of 
late rev. Jas. Bearcroft, rect. of 
Hadxor, Worcs. ; b. 1861 ; m. 1892, Kath- 
arine, dau. (d. 1898) of It.-col. W. P. 
Howell, of Penrheol, Carmarthenshire ; 
served on East Coast of Africa iu sup- 
pression of slave trade 1871-80 ; China 
and Japanese war 1894-5 ; S. African war 
1899-1900, rear-adml. Jan. 1906, ret. list 
May, 1906 : 3 Clyde view, Partick, 
Glasgow ; United Service club. 

Beard, Fredc, M.v.o. 5 class (1902), 
s. of late Richd. Beard, of Richmond, 
Surrey ; /). 1849 : m. 1876, Ellen S., dau. 
of late Hy, Ettridge, of Attleboroiigh, 
Norfolk ; supdt. Adivn. Metropol. police, 
ret. 1906 : 45 Warrington rd. Harrow, 

Beard, Steyning, s. of Steyning 
Beard, of Ovingdean, Sussex , b. 1845 ; 
m. 1, 1870, Elizabeth Georgina, dau. of 
Wm. Henry Murreli, of Lewes, Sussex ; 
2, 1894, Alise Fraaces May, eld, dau. of 

col. A. M. Phillips, I.S.C, of Hillside, 
Rottingdean ; is J.P. Sussex : Down 
House, Rottingdean,nr.Brighton, Sussex. 

Beard, mrs. Mary J,, dau. of Jas, Fin- 
lay, of Theydon Grove, Epping, Essex ; 
m. 1869, John Beard, of The Manor 
House, Linton, co. Derby, j.P. {d. 1894) : 
The Manor House, Linton, Burton -on- 

Beardoe-Grrundy, James B,, youngest 
s. of late rev. Geo. Docker Grundy, m.a. 
Oxford, vicar of St. John's, Lees, Lanca- 
shire {d. 1901), and maternal gds. of Jas. 
Beardoe, of Manchester ; b. 1846 ; m. 
1869, Mary Jane, dau. of late Robt. 
Eastwood, of Meltham,Yorks ; j.p Lan- 
cashire, adopted addtl. name of Beardoe 
in 1867 : Stockton Range, Chorlton- 
cum-Hardy, Manchester. 

Beart, Wm. Fredk. s. of Robt. Beart, 
of Godmanchester, Hunts ; b. 1848 ; m. 
1871, Amy, dau, of F, J, Howson : is 
J.P. Hunts: The Chestnuts, Godman- 
chester, Huntingdon. 

Beasley, Chas., s. of late T. C. Beas- 
ley, of Harston, Leicestershire, J.P. ; b. 
1840 ; m. 1871, Florence P. P., dau. of 
late T. Piatt, of Lincoln's Inn ; is J.P. 

Beaton, Robt. Milne, m.b., cm. 
Aberd., j.p. (1906) co. London : 9 Dart- 
mouth Park avenue, N.W. 

Beatson, maj .-gen. Albert Balcombe, s. 
of late maj.-gen. Alex. Beatson, gov. of 
St. Helena 1808-13 ; b. 1823 ; in Sutlej 
campaign, and present at siege of Delhi 
1857, ret. f. p. as It.-col., B.S.C, 

Beatson, col, Chas, Hy., c.b. (1907), 
L.K.C.P., L.ii.0.8, Edin,, 2 s. of late 
surg.-gen. Geo. Stewart Beatson, c,B. ; 
b. 1851 ; m. Geraldine Mary, dau, of late 
rev, T. Wilson ; Manipur expdn. 1891, 
col, 1905, Ind. med, serv : Jun. Naval 
and Military club. 

Beatson, col. Finlay Cochrane, 0,B. 
(1902), s. of late surg.-gen. G. S. 
Be itson, c.B.. M.D., hon. ph . s. to Queen 
Victoria ; b. 1855 ; m. 1890, Eliza Maud, 
dau. of late G. H. Errington, of Chad- 
well Hall, Essex ; served in S, African 
war 1899-1902, lt.-col, Wilts regt. 1902-6, 
D.A.G. in India from 1903, col. 1906. 

Beatson, col. sir Geo. Thos., m.d. 
Edin., K.c.B. (1907), v.D., eld. s, of late 
surg,-gen. Geo. S. Beatson, of Campbel- 
town, Argyllshire (d. 1874); b. 1848; 
surg. Glasgow Western Infirmary, sen, 
surg. Glasgow Cancer Hospital, chm. St. 
Andrew's Ambulance Assoc, memb. of 
British Red Cross Soc, It -col. commdg. 
(hon. col. 1905) Glasgow Companies 
R.A.M.C. (vols.) 1901-8: col. and 



adminie. med, officer Lowland divn of 
Territrl. force from 1908 : 7 Woodside 
cres. Glasgow ; Jun. Constitutional club. 

Beatson, maj.-gen. sir Stuart Brown- 
low, K.C.S.I. (1906), c.B. (1898), 8. of late 
capt. Wm Stuart Beatson, H.E.i.c.s. ; 
b. 1854 ; m. 18«9, Edith C, dau. of 
late It.-gen. sir Wm K, Elles, k.c.b. ; 
served in Jovvaki Afreedee expdn. 
1877-8 ; Afghan war 1878-80 ; Egyptian 
war 1882 ; Burmese expdn. 1886-7; opera- 
tions on N. W. frontier India, 1897-8 ; 
S African wSr 1901 ; insp.-gen. of Impl. 
service troops, India, from 1902, mily. 
sec. to prince of Wales during Indian 
tour 1905-6 and extra equerry toH.R.H. 
from 1906 ; Ind. army : Cavalry club. 

Beatson, surg.-gen. Wm. Burns, M.D., 

F.R.C.8.E., F.R.C.P.L., M.R.A.S., H.M.'s 

Indian army, ret. 1883, late dep. surg.- 
gen. Lahore divn.: Vicarsgrange, Grange 
rd. Eastbourne. 

Beatty, capt. David, r.n., m.v.o. 4 
class (1905), i).s.O. (1896), s of David 
Longfif Id Beatty, of Borodale, Wexford ; 
b. 1871 ; w. 1901, Ethel, only dau. of Mar- 
shall Field, of Chicago, U.S.A. ; served 
with Dongola expdn. 1896, Nile expdn. 
1897-8, 4 class Medjidieh ; China expdn. 
1900, naval adviser to the army council 
from 1907, capt. R.N. 1900: 15 Upper 
Grosvenor st. W. ; Brooksby Hall, Lei- 

Beatty, Haslitt Michael, c.m.g.(1902), 
chief locomotive supt. govt, railways, 
Gape of Good Hope. 

Beatty, maj.-gen. Eobt. ; maj.-gen. 
189u, on U.S. list 1893, Madras N.I. 

Beauchamp, 7 earl (1815 U.K.). Wm. 
Lygon, P.O. (1906), k.c.m.g. (1899), eld. s. 
of 6 earl, P.O. {d. 1891), by only dau. (d.) 
of 5 earl Stanhope; 6. 1872; m. 1902, 
lady Lettice M. E., sis. of 2 duke of West- 
minster, b. 1876 ; 2nd tit. vise. Elmley ; 
J. P. Gloucestershire, D.L., J. P. Worces- 
tershire, mayor of Worcester 1895-6, gov. 
of N.S. Wales 1899-1901, capt. of the 
corps of gentlemen-at-arms 1906-7, lord 
steward of the King's household from 
1907, hon.col. 1 Worcestershire R.V. 1902 
{Heir, s. vise. Elmley, q.v.) : Bucking- 
ham Palace, S.W. ; 13 Belgrave sq. S W.; 
Travellers' club; Madresfield Court, Mal- 
vern Link. 

Beaucliainp, Edmund Beauchamp, 
eld. s. of rev. Marwood Tucker, M.A., of 
Ooryton Park, and rect. of Widworthy, 
Devon (d. 1894) ; b. 1833 ; m. 1, dau. of 
B. Persse, Moyode Castle, co. Galway ; 
2, 1873, Gertrude, dau. of D. Persse, 
Koxborough, CO. Galway; 3, 1877, Louisa 
Ellen, 3 dau. of rev. H. Longueville Jones, 

H.M, Insp. of Schools for Wales ; D.L., 
J. p. Cornwall (sheriff 1870), assumed 
name of Beauchamp in lieu of Tucker 
1874 : Trevince, Gwennap, Redruth. 

Beauchamp, Edwd., s. of rev. Wm. 
Henry Beaucbamp, rect. of Chedgrave 
and incumb. of Langley, Norfolk (c?. 
1853), and grands, of admh sirWm. Beau- 
champ-Proctor, 3 bart. ; b. 1849; m. 1, 
1875, Frances Mary, eW. dau. {d. 1886) of 
Jas. Stephen, ll. D., judge of county 
courts ; 2, 1890, Betty, dau. of Archibald 
Woods, of Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. ; 
chm. of Lloyd's 1905, J.P. (1907) Norfolk, 
M.p. (L.)N. Suffolk from 1906 : 82 Glou- 
cester pi. W. ; Union club ; Elderton 
Lodge, Gunton, Norfolk. 

Beauchamp, maj.-gen. Fitzmaurice, 
only s. of capt. Manrice Beauchamo {d. 
1863) ; b. 1837 ; m. 1, 1866, Lisa, da\i. (d. 
1884) of R. Coleman Kingsford, of Sea- 
ton ; 2, 1891, Gertrude, dau. of late rev. 
N. F, Lightfoot, rect. of Islip, North- 
ants ; served in 24 Sikhs against Mah- 
sood Wuzeerees 1860 ; Afghan war 
1879-80 ; ret. p. 1886. 

Beauchamp, col. Horace Geo. 
Proctor-,c.B.(1902),3 s.of sir Thos. Wm.B. 
Proctor-Beauchamp, 4 bt. (d. 1874), by 
dau. of 2 baron Radstock ; b. 1856 ; m. 
1892, Florence, dau. of late Henry M. 
Leavitt, of New York, U.S. A. ; served 
in Soudan campaign 1885, Soudan fron- 
tier field force 1885-6. Suakin 1888, 3 
class Medjidie ; S. African war 1902, It.- 
col. 20 huss. 1899-1903, brevet-col. 1903, 
ret. p. 1904 ; heir pres. to baronetcy. 

Beauchamp, sir Reginald William 
Proctor-, 6 bart. (1744), eld. s. of 4 
bart. {d. 1874) by dau. of 2 baron 
Radstock ; b. 1853; m. 1880, lady Violet 
Charlotte Julia M., only dau. (div. 1901) 
of 5 earl of Roden ; D.L., J.P. Norfolk, 
capt. (hon. maj. 1886) Norfolk artill. 
(mil.)E. divn. of R.A. 1884-98 {Beir,bro. 
It.-col. Horace G. Proctor-Beauchamp, 
q.v.) : 27 Hill st. W. ; Carlton, Marl- 
borough, Travellers' and Bachelors' 
clubs ; Langley Hall, Norwich. 

Beauchamp, dow.-countess. Emily 
Annora C, eld. dau. of 3 earl Manvers ; 
b. 1853 ; TO. 1872, as his 2 wife, 6 earl 
Beauchamp, P.O. (d. 1891) : 41 Eaton 
sq. S.W. ; Homme House, nr. Ledbury. 

Beauclerk, lord Osborne de Vere, 
2 s. of 10 duke of St. Albans ; b. 1874 ; 
capt. 17 Lancers 1901-2, maj.S, Notting- 
hamshire (Huss.) yeo. from 1904: 101 
Mount sK W. 

Beauclerk, lord Wm. de Vere, 3 s. of 
10 duke of St. Albans ; b. 1883. 



Beanderk, lady Alexandra de Vere, 
dau. of 10 duke of St. Albans ; h. 1878. 

Beauclerk. lady Amelius.Frances M., 
only child of Cbas. Harrison ; m. 1, 1853, 
capt.lord Amelius Wentworth Beauclerk, 
R.N. {d. 1879), s. of 8 duke of St. Albans ; 
2, 1884, It.-gen. John Walpole D'Oylv 
{d. 1897) : 3 Bryanston sq. W. 

Beauford, Jobn Salmon, s. of Hy. 
Williams Beauford, of Sudborougb, 
Northants, J. P. ; h. 1846 ; m. 1887, Emily 
Charlotte, dau. of It.-col. Ricketts, of 
Bath, Somerset ; J. P. (1898) Lancashire : 
The Warrens, Formby, Lancashire. 

Beauford, Wm. Fredk., 2 s. of Hy. 
Williams Beauford, of Sudborough, 
Northants, J. p. ; b. 1842 ; ??i.l874, Eraily, 
dau. of Hy. Browning, of 73 Grosvenor 
St. W. ; J.P. (1900) Hunts : Union club; 
Horeham G-range, Horeham Road S.O. 

Beaufort, 9 duke of (1682 Bng.). Henry 
Adelbert Wellington Fitzroy Somerset, 
eld. s. of 8 duke, K.G. {d. 1899) ; b. 1847 ; 
m. 1895, Louise E., 2 dau. of late Wm. Hy. 
Harford, of Oldown, Glos, D.L., J. P., and 
widow of baron Carlo de Tuyll, b. 1864 ; 
2nd tit. marq. of Worcester ; capt. r.h.g. 
1869-77, D L., J.P. Monmouthshire, 
Glo'stershire, and Brecknockshire, It.-col. 
commdt. (hon. col. 1888) Glo'ster yeo. 
1887-1904, hon. col. of the regt. from 
1904, col. A.D.c. to Qneen Victoria 
1899-1901, to the King from 1901, high 
steward of Bristol from 1899 {Heir, s, 
marq. of Worcester, q.v.) : 11 Portman 
sq. W. ; Carlton, Boodle's and Marl- 
borough clubs ; Badminton Park, Bad- 
minton S.O. GIo.s ; LUngattock Park, 

Beaufort, (hon.) Leicester Paul, m.a. 
and B.c.L. Oxori., 2 s. of rev. Daniel 
Augustus Beaufort, m.a. {d. 1898) by 
Emily N., 2 dau. of Lite sir John Fras. 
Davis, 1 bart. (ext.), k.c.b., d.c.l., 
F.R.S. ; b. 1853 ; m. 1883, Edith M., dau. 
of rev. C. H. Griffith, of Stratbfield 
Turgis, Hants ; barr. Inner Temple 1879, 
gov. of Labuan 1895-9; judge of high 
court, N.E. Rhodesia from 1901: Foit 
Jameson, N.E. Rhodesia, S. Africa. 

Beaufoy, Mark Hanbury, F.z.s., only 
s. of late Geo. Beaufoy, of S. Lambeth ; b. 
1854 ; m. 1884, Mildred, dau. of Robt. 
Tait, of 14 Queen Anne st. W. ; head of 
firm of Beaufoy and Co., vinegar and bri 
tish wine makers ; J.P. Wilts (sheriff 
1900), CO. London and Surrey, M.P. (L.) 
LamVjeth (Kennington divn.) 1889-95 : 
Coombe House, Shaftesbury. 

Beaumont, capt. Alfred*^ Philip, only 
8. of late Alfred Beaumont, of 47 Glouces- 

ter ter. W. ; b. 1854 ; m. 1878, dau. of 
Phillip Pavy, of 19 Westboume ter. W. ; 
J.P. (1899) Hants : Conservative club ; 
Great Testwood, Totton, Southampton. 

Beaumont, hon. Edwd. de Grey, 2 s. 
of 1 baron Allendale {d. 1907) by lady 
Margeret, 4 dau. of 1 marq. of Clanri- 
carde ; b. 1862. 

Beaumont, Fras. Hy.,M.A.,Oxon., eld 
s. of W. F. Beaumont.of Buckland Court, 
Surrey {d. 1837) ; b. 1834 ; m. 1856, Mary 
E., dau. of late Evan Baillie, of Doch- 
four, N.B., by dau. of 6 duke of Man- 
chester ; county treasui'er for Surrey 
1879-1903, D.L., J.P. and c.A. Surrey : 
Carlton club ; Buckland Court, Betch- 
worth S.O. Surrey. 

Beaumont, capt. sir Geo. Howland 
Wm., 10 bt. (1660), eld. s. of 9 bt. {d. 
1882) ; b. 1851 ; m. 1880, Lillie Ellen, 2 
dau. of col. G. A. Craster, r.e. ; capt. 
R.H.A.1881-4{^m-,s.Geo. A. H.; h. 1881). 

Beaumont, Hy. Fredk., v.d., eld. s. of 
late H. R. Beaumont, and grands, of late 
Thos. R. Beaumont, of Bretton Park, 
Yorks ; b. 1833 ; m. 1857, Maria J., dau. of 
W. Garforth, of Wiganthorpe, Yorks ; 
hon. col. 2 vol. battn. W. Riding regt. 
1868-1906, J.P. Lincohishire and N. R. 
Yorks ; D.L., J.P. W. R. Yorks ; m.p. (l.) 
S. divn. W. R. Yorks, 1865-74, and Colne 
Valley divn. 1885-6 and (l.u.) 1886-92 : 
Brooks' and Turf clubs ; Whitley Beau- 
mont, nr. Huddersfield ; Tet worth, Ascot, 

Beaumont, Hy. Hamond Dawson, 
B.A. Oxon. ; m. 1908, Henrietta, dau. of 
late col. Baldwin Wake, 21 lancers ; 2 
sec. in diplomatic service 1898-1905, sec. 
from 1905. 

Beaumont, Henry Ralph, eld. s. of 
Henry Fredk. Beaumont, of Whitley 
Beaumont, Yorks, M.P., D.L., J.P. ; b. 
1865 ; m. 1901, Mary Helen, 4 dau. of sir 
Jas. Hy. Gibson-Craig, 3 bart. ; D.L., J.P. 
W.R. Yorks: Brooks',Turf and Bachelors' 
clubs ; Whitley-Beaumont, Hudders- 
field. Yorks. 

Beaumont, hon. Hubert Geo., 3 s. of 
1 baron Allendale {d. 1907) by lady 
Margaret, 4 dau. of 1 marq. of Clanri- 
carde ; h. 1864 ; m. 1900, Elisa Mercedes, 
eld. dau. of Michael Paul Grace, of 40 
Belgrave sq. S.W. ; M.P. (ii.) S. Sussex 
from 1906 : 6 Buckingham gate, S.W. ; 
Reform, Brooks's and Garrick clubs. 

Beaumont, adml. sir Lewis Anthony, 

K.C.B. (1901), K.C.M.G. (1901), F.R.G.S. ; 
b. 1847 ; m. 1889, Mary Eleanor, dau. {d 
1907) of Chas. Perkin-, of Boston, U.S. A.; 
served in Arctic expdn. 1875-6, naval 
attache for Europe 1882, priv. sec. to 



first lord of Admiralty (lord Northbrook) 
1882-5, dir. of naval intell. 18i)4-9, a.d.c. 
to Queen Victoria 1895-7, commdr.-in- 
chief on the Pacific station 1899-1000, 
Australian station 1901-3, Plymouth 
station 1905-8, adml. 1906 : United Ser- 
vice club. 

Beaumont, capt. Lindesay Beaumont, 
3 8. of late maj.-gen.R. H.J.B.Beaumont ; 
b. 1848 ; m. 1879, Alice Gibbs, dau. of late 
Humphrey Brandreth, of Houghton Hall, 
Beds, J. p. ; capt. late 32 regt.: J.P. Beds : 
Jun. United Service club ; Crossland 
Fosse, Kempston, nr. Bedford. 

Beaumont, hon. Ralph Edwd., 2 s. of 

2 baton Allendale, by lady Alexandrina 
L. M., 3 dau. of 5 marq. of Londonderry, 
K.P., h. 1901. 

Beaumont, Somerset Archd., p.r.g.s., 

3 8. of late T. Wentworth Beaumont, of 
Bretton. co. York, m.p. ; h. 183(> ; m.p. 
Newcastle-on-Tyne 1860-5, Wakefield 
1868-74 ; u.L. Northumberland : Travel- 
lers' and St. James' clubs. 

Beaumont, hon. Wentworth Hy. Can- 
ning, eld. s. of 2 baron Allendale, by lady 
Alexandrina L. M., 3 dau. of 5 marq. of 
Londonderry, k.p. ; h. 1890. 

Beaumontj Wm. Coppard. admitted a 
solicitor 1865, clerk to the Cutlers' Co, 
from 1870 : 61 Cadogan sq. Chelsea, 
S.W. ; Cutlers' HhII, 4 Warwick la. E.G. 

Beaum.ont (hon.), W. H., s. of It.-col. 
W. Beaumont, of Chudleigh, Devon ; 
b. 1851 ; m. 1896, Alice, dau. of hon. 
John Millar, M.L.C. of Durban, Natal ; 
first puisne judge of supreme court of 
Natal from 1904, actg. c.J. and adminisir. 
June, July and Aug. 1907 : Pietermaritz- 
burg, Natal. 

Beaumont (rt.hon.), lady (11 baroness, 
1309, Eng.) Mona Josephine Tempest 
Stapleton, eld. dau. and co.-heir of 10 
baron, It.-col. 20 huss. {d. 1895), by only 
child ot sir Chas. H. Tempest, 1 and last 
bare, of Heaton ; b. 1894 ; the right to 
the barony confirmed by Letters Patent, 
1st June, 1896 {Heir, sis. hon. Ivy M. 
Stapleton, q.v.). 

Beaumont (rt. hon.), Ethel M. lady. 
— only child of sir Chas. H. Tempest, 1 
and last bart. of Heaton ; m. 1893, 10 
baron Beaumont, late It.-col. 20 huss. {d. 
1895) : Carlton Towers, Carlton S.O.. 

Beaumont (rt. hon.), Isabella Anne, 
lady. — eld. dau. of 3 baron Kilmaine j 
m. 1844, 8 baron Beaumont {d. 1854) : 
Carlton Towers, Carlton S.O, Yorks. 

Beaumont, hon. Margaret Helen, b. 
1892 ; hon. Aline Mary de Burgh, b. 

1895 ; hon. Agatha Violet, b. 1903 ; daus. 
of 2 baron Allendale. 

Beaumont (rt. hon.), Violet, lady. 
— only dau. of F. W. Isaacson, M.P. of i8 
Up. Grosvenor st. W. {d. 1898) ; m. 1888, 
9 baron Beaumont {d. 1892) : 49 Eaton 
place, S.W. 

Beaumont-Nesbitt, Edwd. John,B.A. 
Oxon., eld. s. of Jate rev. T. G. Beaumont, 
recfc. of ChelmoDdieton, Suffolk, 1863-88, 
J.P. ; b. 1860; ?». 1890, Helen, youngest 
dau. of late Fredk. Freeman Thomas, of 
Ratton, Sussex; is d.l., j.p. King's co. 
(sheriff 1892) ; assumed addtl. name of 
Nesbitt 1886 ; St. James', and Kildare 
St. (Dublin) clubs : Tubberdaly, Eden- 
derry. King's co. 

Beavan. mrs. Anne Eliza, dau. and heir 
of late S. Beavan, of Glascwm, co. Rad- 
nor ; m. 1879, Arthur Dixon, D.L., J. P., 
who assumed name of Beavan in lieu of 
Dixon 1879 and died in 1895: The Court, 
Glascwm, Builth S.O. Breconshire. 

Beaven, Albert Jas., eld. s. of late 

1 hos. Beaven, of Ilolt, Wilts ; b. 1842 ; 
m. Marie Isabel, dau. of late C. G. Lee- 
son, A.M., M.B. ; .r.p. (1907) Wilts : The 
Elms, Holt, Trowbridge. 

Beaven, Fredk. Thos., 2 s. of Thos. 
Beaven, of Holt, Wilts ; h. 1844 ; m. 1867, 
Fanny, dau. of Thos. Nicholl, of Halifax, 
Yorks ; J.P. Wilts : The Retreat, Holt, 

Beaver, It. Hy. Allen, R.N,, M.v.o.. 
5 class (1903), chief gunner r.n. 1896,' 
It. R.N. 1903, 

Beaver, John Hy., only a, of late 
A. Beaver, of Oxenhope, Yorks ; h. 
1854; m. 1884, Sarah, only dau. of 
late C. Simpson, of Chapel Town, Yorks : 
.T.p. (1906) W. R. Yorks: Gledhow, 
Oxenhope, nr. Keighley. 

Beaver, Wm.,only s. of Thos. Beaver," 
of Peterborough; b. 1840; m. 1869, 
Emma M., dau. of Hy. Kirby, of Glap- 
thorne, Northants ; j.p. Liberty of Peter- 
borough : Alipore House. Peterborough. 

Beazer, Cornelius Edwd., only s. of 
Daniel Beazer, of Castle Combe, Wilts ; 
b. 1837 ; m. 1868, Susannah, dau. of 
Amice Bertram, of Grouville, Jersey : 
J.P. Lancashire : Hindley, Wigan. 

Beclier, col. Arthur Wm. Reddie ; 
served in Bhootan expdn. 1865-6, Hazara 
campaign 1868, Afghan war 1878-80, 
squadron commdr. 16 Bengal cav. from 
1885, equerry to H.R.H. duke of Con- 
naught 1886-91, extra equerry from 1891. 

Becher, Eustace Wm. Windham 
Wiixon-, eld. s. of sir John Wrixon- 
Becher, 3 bart., and lady Emily, dau. of 

2 earl of Listowel ; 6. 1859 ; w. 1907 hon. 


Constance, 2 dau. of 6 baron Calthorpe, 
h. 1877 : Brooks's club ; Eoxborough, 

Becher, sir John Wrixon-, 3 bart. 
(1831), bro. of 2 bart. {d. 1893) ; h. 1828 ; 
m. 1857, lady Emily, dau. of 2 earl of 
Listowel ; M.A. Cantab., d.l., j.p. (1855) 
CO. Cork (sheriff 1868) {Heir, s. Eustace 
Wm. Windham Wrixon-Becher, q.v.) : 
Ballygiblin, nr. Mai low, co. Cork ; 
Creagh, Skibbereen, co. Cork. 

Becher, gen. Septimus Harding ; h. 
1817 ; gen. Ind. army 1889 ; on D.s. list 
1881 : Abingdon, Saffrons rd. East- 

Becher, lady "Wrixon-, Florence E. H., 
vide A. D. H. H. Reynell-Pack. 

Beck, vide Alcock-Beck. 

Beck, Arthur Cecil Tyrrell, eld. s. of 
late Arthur Wm. Beck, of S. Africa ; 6. 
1876 ; m. Florence M., only child of l^te 
W. F. Cooper j barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1898, 
J.p. (1906) Hunts aud (1908) Beds, mayor 
of St. Ives, Hunts, 1905-6, M.p. (l.) N. 
Cambridgeshire from 1906 : Devonshire 
and New Oxford and Cambridge clubs ; 
Harrold Hall, Bedford. 

Beck, Chas. Harrop, c.B. (1900), only s. 
oi C. W. Beck, of Upton Priory, Chesi.ire,- 
and Frongoch, Mont. {d. 1872) ; b. 1861 ; 
m. 1890, Jessie, youngest dau. of late rev. 
Clement F. Broughton, rect. of iS'orbury- 
cum-Snelston, co. Derby : j.p. Cheshire, 
commd. 4 Lattn. (mil.) Cheshire re^^t. 
during S. African ^ar 1900-2; hon. It.- 
col. in the army 1902 : Frongoch, Lian- 
Uugan, Montgomeryshire ; Upton Priory, 

Beck, Edvvd. Anthony, M.A. Cantab,, 
eld. s. of late John Kedin Beck, of 
Castle Eising, Norfdk ; b. 1848 ; m. 
1874, Emily M., dau. of Jas. Clark, of 
Wiuchmore Hill, Middlx. ; master of 
Trinity Hall, Camb. from 1902, vice- 
chancellor of the University 1904-5 and 
1905-6 : The Master's Lodge, Trinity 
Hail, Cambridge. 

Beck, Frank Reginald, M.v.o. 4 class 
(1901), s. of late Eumund Beck, of S<ind- 
rmgham, Norfolk: b. 1861; m. 1891, Mary 
P., dau. of capt. Clifford Wilson, Con- 
n-iught Bangers ; land agent on the 
King's Sandnngham Estate, capt. 3 vol. 
battn. Norfolk regt. from 1906 : Sand- 
ringham S.O. Norfolk. 

Beck, Peter Arthur, 2 s. of J. Beck, of 
Kingsland, Salop {d. 1873) ; b. 1829 ; m. 
1864, Frances A., eld. dau. of late Robt. 
Gr. Temple, of The Lache, Cheshire, and 
judge of county courts of N. Staffs ; j.p. 
Warwickshire and Montgomeryshire 


(sheriff 1886) : Trelydau Hall, Guilsfield, 

Beck, Ralph Coker Adams, only 
survg. s, of late Simon Adams Beck, of 
Cheam, Surrey ; b. 1848 ; m. 1873, 
Florence A., dau. of late Geo. A. Moore, 
D.L., J.p. ; admitted a solicitor 1873, 
clerk to Ironmongers' Co. from 1883 : 
10 Observatory gdns. Campden Hill, W. ; 
Ironmongers' Hall, 117| Fenchurch st 
E.C.; 24 Lime st.E.C. ; Wellington club; 
Layer Breton Hall, Essex. 

Beck, Wm., j.p. (1903) Essex, j.p. 
(ex-off.)1893-l903 : The Limes,Waltham 

of C. W. Beckett, of Thome ; b. 1849 ; m. 
1881, Louisa A., dau. {d. 1900) of late F.M. 
sir John Michel,G.c.B.,of Dev^^lish, Dorset: 
served in Egyptian vv^ar 1882 in commd. 
of mily. mounted police, at action at 
Kassassin, and at battle of Tel-el-Kebir, 
4 class Medjidie ; Nile expdn. 1884-5, 
with Ligut Camel regt. ; It. -col. 2 drag, 1892-5, 3 Huss. 1892-8, asst. dir.-gen. 
of ordnance at headquarters 1898-9, A. A.G. 
Natal 1899-1900, A.g.M.G. htadqua ters 
1900-3, brig.-gon. in charge of admini- 
tration, Malia, 1904-6, ret. p. 1906, 
coinmdg. 2 S.' Western Mtd. brig. S. 
commd. Teriitl. Force from 1908 : 5 Dix's 
Field, Exeter ; Arthur's club. 

Beckett, hon. Ralph Wm. Ernest, 
only 3. of 2 baion Grimiborpe ; h. 1891. 

Beckett, hon. Rupert Evelyn, 3 s. of 
Wm. Beckett (-Denifon), of Nun 
Appleton, Yorks, m.p., d.l., j.p.(c?. 1890), 
by dau. of 2 baron Feversham and bro. 
of 2 baron Grimthorpe ; b. 1870 ; m.lS9G, 
Muriel Helen F., dau. of lord Berkeley 
C. S. Paget: D.L., J.P. ( 1897) W. R. 
Yorks, maj. Yorkshire Huss. I. Y. 1903-4. 

Beckett, col. Stephen, o.B. (1885), s. of 
late capt. J.O.Beckett, h.b.i.c.s. ; b. 1840 ; 
TO. 1, 1875, Cecilia, dau. {d. 1889) of P. 
Grifiith ; 2, 1894, Ida M. eld. dau. of John 
Macfarlane, of 2 Lexham gdns. W. ; in 
Ouda campaign 1858-9, Eusofzie expdn. 
1863, in charge of transport from India 
with Suakin expdn. 18,85, B.8.C., ret. 
1889 : Elm'croft, Warwick rd. Ealing, W. 

Beckett, hon.Wm.Gervase,2s.of Wm. 
Beckett, of Nun Appleton, Yorks, xM.P., 
D.L., J.p. {d. 1890), by dau. {d. 1896) of 
2 baron Feversham and bro. of 2 baron 
Grimthorpe ; b. 1866 ; m. 1896, hon. 
Mabel T., onlj- dau. of late vise. 
Helmsley and granddau. of earl of 
Feversham, b. 1877 ; capt. late Yorkshire 
Suss. I. Y., M.p. (c.) N.R. Yorks 
(Whitby divn.) from 1906 : 1 Hyde Park 
pi. W . ; Bachelors', Carlton, Marl- 



borough and White's clubs ; Kirkstall 
Grange, Leeds. 

Beckett, hon. mrs. Hamilton (Sophia 
C ), 3 dan. of 1 baron Lynd hurst (ext.) ; 
b. 1S28 ; m. 1854, Hamilton Beckett {d. 
1883), grands, of sir John Beckett, 1 
bart. : 16 Cadogan pi. S.W. 

Beckett, hon. Helen Louisa, eld. dau. 
of Wm. Beckett (-Denison), of Nun 
Appleton, York.-<, m.p., d.l., j.p. (d. 
1890), by dau. of 2 baron Feversham and 
sis. of 2 baron Grimthorpe : Pinehurst, 
Bridge Green, Tunbridge Wells. 

Beckett, miss, elder dau. of late sir 
Thos. Beckett, 3 bart. {d. 1872), by 
dau. {d. 1878) of J. Beckett, Barnsley, 
York : Somerby Hall, Gainsborough. 

Beckton, rev. Arthur Curtis, m.a, 
Oxon, eld. s. of late Joseph Beckton, of 
Didabury, Lancashire ; b. 1864 ; m. 1889, 
Alice E., dau. of Geo. Peak, of Titley, 
Herefordshire ; J.p. (1901) Derbyshire, 
vicar of Alfreton, Derbyshire, 1897- 
1902, of Beeston, Notts, 1902-6 : Burcher, 
Titley, Herefordshire. 

Beckwitli, Arthur, eld. s. of E. L. 
Beckwith, of the Knoll, Eastbourne, 
Sussex, J.p ; b. 1860; m. 1890, Edith, 
dau. of Heckstall Smith, of Hove, 
Sussex ; J.p. Brecknockshire : The Grove. 
Llangrwyney, Crickhowell. 

Beckwiti, Henry John, s. of late rev. 
H. Beckwith, b.a. rec. of Eaton Con- 
stantme, Salop ; b. 1840 ; m. 1876, 
Kathleen E., dau. of R. Craven Wade, of 
Clonebraney, co. Meath ; capt. late 53 
foot ; J.p. CO. Durham : Naval and 
Military club ; Millichope Park, Craven 
Arms, Salop. 

Beckwith, capt. Wm. Malbisse, only s. 
of Hy. John Beckwitli, of Millichope 
Park, Salop, and of Trimdon, and Silks- 
wor.h, CO. Durham, J.p.; /). 1877; m. 
1904, lady Muriel Beatrix, 3 dau. of 7 
duke of Kichmond, c.b., b. 1884 ; served 
in S. African war 1899-1900, capt. 
Coldst. yds. from 1907 : 34 Lowndes sq. 
S.W. ; Millichope Park, Craven Arms, 

Beckworth, Wm. j.p. (1892) W. R. 
Yorks: Crescent House, Filey, S.O., 

Bective, earl of. Terence Geoffrey 
Thos. Taylor Taylour, eld. s. of marq. of 
Headfort : 6. 1902. 

Bective, countess of. lady Alice 
Maria, dau. of 4 marq. of Downshire, b. 
1842 ; TO. 1867, Thomas, earl of Bective 
{d. 1893), eld. s. of 3 marq. of Headfort : 
29 Eaton pi. S.W. ; Lunefield, Kirkby 
Lonsdale, Westmorland. 

Beddard, Arthur Philip, m.a.,m.d. 

Cantab., f.r.c.p Lond-, e. of Jas. 
Beddard, of Nottingham; b. 1868; m. 
18i)6, hon. Evelyn Maud, 4 dau. of 1 
baron AUerlon, p.c. : 44 Seymour at. W.; 
Arts and Savile clubs. 

Beddoe, John, m.d. and (hon.) ll.d. 
Edin., F.R.S., F.R.C.P., v.p.Anthr.Iri8t.,2 8. 
of John Beddoe, of Bewdley,Worcs. J.P. ; 
b. 1826 ; m. 1858, Agnes Montgomerie, 
dau. of rev. Alex. Chris lison, of Foulden, 
Berwickshire ; officier (Ire classe) de 
rinstruction Publique (France) : Athe- 
naeum club ; The Chantry, Bradf ord-on- 
Avon, AVilts. 

Beddoes, Wm. Eras., m.a. Ch. Ch. 
Oxon., eld. s. of Wm. Minton Beddoes, 
M.D., of Minton, Salop {d. 1870) ; b. 
1868 ; m. 1898, Alicia, only child of late 
rev. Wm. Lempriere Lewis, fell. Trin. 
coll. Oxford ; barr. Inner Temple 1884, 
J.p. (1902) Salop: 9 Stone bldgs. Lin- 
''oln'sinn.W.C; United Univei-aity club; 
Minton, Church Stretton S.O. Salop. 

Bedford, 11 duke of (1694, Eng.), Her- 
brand Arthur Russell, K.G. (1902), 2 s of 9 
duke,K.G. {d. 1891) andbro. of 10 duke {d 
1893); b. 1858; m. 1888, Mary du C 
(lady of grace of order of St. John of 
Jerusalem), dau. of ven. W. H. Tribe, 
archdn. of Lahore ; 2nd tit. marq. of 
Tavistock ; It. 2 battu. gren. gds. 1881-8, 
A.D.c. to viceroy of India (marq. of 
Dufferin) 1884-8, hon. coL Rif. Brig. 
(Territl. Force) from 1893, It.-col. 
commdg. (hon. col. 1902) 3 battn. (mil.) 
Beds regt. 1897-1908, A.D.C. to the King 
from 1908, pres. Middlx. Territl. Force 
Assoc, from 1908 ; D.L., J.P. Beds (aldm, 
and chm. c.c), J.P. Liberty of Peter- 
borough, H.M's. lieut. for Middlx. from 
1898, mayor of metrop. boro' of Holborn 
1900, a trustee of the British Museum 
from 1906 {Heir, s. marq. of Tavistock, 
(j.v.) : 15 Belgrave sq. S.W. ; Woburn 
Abbey, Beds ; Endsleigh, Tavistock, 
Devon ; Oakley House, Bedford. 

Bedford, archd. of (Ely), vide ven. F. 

Bedford, adml. sir Fredk. Geo, Den- 
ham, G.c.B. (1902), s. of vice-adml. E.J. 
Bedford, of Fairlawn, Paignton {d. 
1887) ; b. 1838 ; to. 1880, Ethel, dau. 
(lady of grace, order of St. John of 
Jerusalem) of E. R. Turner, of Ips- 
wich, served in Black Sea 1864, Baltic 
expdn. 1855, capt. of " Shah " at 
engagement with Peruvian ironclad 
"Huascar," off Ylo, 1877, capt. of 
"Monarch," organising the flotilla on 
the Nile, 1884, commd. expdns. against 
Fodi Silah on the Gambia, and chief 
Nana of Brohemie, in Benin River, 


1894, and against Brass chiefs 1895, 
author of " Sailors' Pocket Book,'' 
and " The Sailors' Handbook," A.D.c. to 
Queen Victoria 1888-91, a naval lord of 
the admiralty 1889-92 and 1895-9, com- 
mander-iu-chief of Cape of Good Hope 
and W. coast of Africa station 1892-5, 
on N. American and W. Indies station 
1899-1902, adml. 1902, ret. list 1903, 
knt. of grace, order of St. John of 
Jerusalem 1908, gov. of W. Australia 
from 1903 : Government House, Perth, 
W. Australia ; United Service club. 

Bedford, Hy. Lewis, 4 s, of Wm. 
Thos. Bedford, c.C. City of London ; b. 
1849 ; m. 1891, Emily, dau. of Nicholas 
Birch, of Clapton, Middlx. ; vestry clerk, 
St.. Sepulchre's from 1888. clerk to the 
Joiners' Co. from 1885 : Church Porch, 
St. Sepulchre's Church,Holborn viaduct, 
E.C. ; 5 Fairfield rd. Ciouch End, N. 

Bedford, maj.-gen. Jsph. Herbt., R.E. 
ret. (Bombay), f.r.g.s., eld. s. of Joseph 
Richd. Bedford, surgeon h.e.i.c.s. {d. 
1856) ; b. 1838 ; m. 1869, Eliza Piercy, dau. 
of capt. John Gardiner, late 5 drag. gds. ; 
Indian mutiny 1858 ; ret. 1887 : 74 Whic- 
worth rd. South Norwood, S.E. 

Bedford, col. Walter Geo. Augustus, 
C.M.G.(1900),M.B.,M.R.c.s.,s. of latevict;- 
adml. G. A. Bedford; b. 1858; m. 18 SO, 
Harriett e A., dau. of late rev. D. J. Drake- 
ford ; served in S. African war 1899- 
1901, col. A.M.C. 1908. 

Bedford, Adeline M., duchess of, dau. 
of 3 earl Somers (ext.); 6. 1852; 7/1.1876, 
10 duke of Br dford {d. 1893) ; lady of 
grace, order of St. John of Jerusalem : 
26 Bruton st. Berkeley sq. W. ; Wood>ide 
House, Chenies, Rick mans worth. Herts. 

Bedijig:feld,sir Henry Edward Paston-, 
8 bt. (J 661), eld. s. of 7 bt. {d. 1902), by 
Augusta Lucy, dau. and heiresei of Edwd. 
Clavering, of Callaly Castle, Northumb. ; 
b. 1860 ; m. 1904, Sybil, eld. dau. of late 
H. A. C. Lyne-Stephens, of Upper 
Grove House, Roehampton, S.W. ; maj. 
3 battn. (mil.) Liverpool regt. 1902-4, 
J. P. (1905) Norfolk {Beir, s. Hy. Stephen 
A., b. 1906) : Juu. United Service club ; 
Oxburgh Hall, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk. 

Bedingfeldjlieut. Ja8.,K.if., ret. 1872, 
s. of late rev. J. Bedingfeld, rect. of 
Bedingfeld, by dau. {d. 1881) of 3 baron 
Henniker ; b. 1845 ; J.P. Suffolk. 

Bedingfeld, dow. lady Paston-, 
Augusta Lucy, dau. and heiress of 
Edwd. Claveriug, of Callaly Castle, 
Northumb ; m. 1859, sir Heury Geo. 
Pastou- Bedingfeld, 7 bt. (^d. 1902); 45 
Cromwell rd. S.W. 

Beebee, J as. AUgood, 2 survg. b. of 


late rev. Meyrick Beebee, of Womaston, 
CO. Radnor ; b. 1845 ; m. 1890, Sarah Ma- 
tilda, 3 dau. of late rev. Richd. Leigh, 
rect. of Walton-on-the-Hill, Lanes. ; j.p., 
D.L, Radnorshire (sheriff 1889) : Womas- 
ton, Walton, Radnorshire. 

Beeby, John Henry, eld. s. of Alex. 
Beeby, of Peterborough ; b. 1847 ; m. 
1877, Annie M. dau. of Cnas. Roberts, of 
Peterborough ; is J.P. Liberty of Peter- 
borough and Hunts : The Gables, Peter- 

Beech, Geo., s. of Wm. Beech, of Bir- 
mingham ; b. 1835 ; m. 1872, Florence, 
dau. of Chas. DoUman, of Birmingham ; 
J.p. (1900) Warwickshire, capt. 1 vol. 
battn. R. Warwickshire regt. 1880 : 
Primrose, Conservative and Midland 
(Birmingham) clubs ; Jesmond Grove, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Beech, capt. John Robt.,c.M.G.( 1888), 
D.S.O. (1891), s. of J. Beech ; b. 1860 ; m. 
1892, Alexandra M., dau. of late Ken- 
neth Mackenzie,of Stornoway and widow 
of John Bullough, of Meggemie Castle, 
Perthshire; served in Egyptian war, 
1882, in vet. dept. Soudan expdn. 1884, 
Nile expdn. 1884-5, with mission to 
King of Abyssinia 1887, 4 claf s Medjidie 
1888 ; with Egyptian expdty. force 1891 
at capture of Tokar ; 4 class Osmanieh 
1892 ; army vet. dept. 1881-8, capt. 20 
huss. 1889-94, ret. 1894, transport officer 
S. Africa 1900, maj. Scottish Horse Yeo. 
from 1903, temp. dep. assist, dir. of re- 
mounts 1907. 

Beech, Rowland John, s. of J. Beech, 
of Brandou Hall, Warwickshire, D.L., J.P. 
(</. 1883); 6.1853; m. 1885, Adelaide F., 
only dau. of late Robt. Capel Cure, of 
Blake Hall, Essex ; D.L., J.P. Warwick- 
shire (sheriff 1890), J.P. Staffs, sub-It. 
16 lancers 1875-8 ; It. 2 life gds. 1878-86, 
served in Camel corps in Soudan, 1884-5, 
It.-col. Warwickshire Yeo. from 1908 : 
71 Cadogan sq. S.W. ; Carlton, Arthur's, 
Pratt's and Bachelors' clubs ; Brandon 
Hall, nr. Coventry ; The Shawe, nr. 
Cheadle, Staffs. 

Beecham, Joseph, s.of Thos.Beecham, 
of Southport, Lanes, {d. 1907) ; b. 1848 ; 
7«. 1873, Josephine, dau. of Wm. Bur- 
nett, London ; J.P. (1894) Lancashire, 
mayor of St. Helens 1899: 9 Arkwright 
rd. Hampstead, N.W. ; Ewanville, Huy- 
ton, Liverpool. 

Beeohingr, Arthur Thos.,3 s. of Horatio 
Beeching, of Tonbridge, Kent ; b. 1836 ; 
m. i«60, Ellen, dau. of Walter Murton, 
of Ashford, Kent ; J.P. (1874) Kent : 9 
Bordyke, Tonbridge. 
Beeching:, maj.-gen. Frank, s. of 



S. Beechin, of Tnnbridge Wells ; h. 
1839 ; m. 1870, Marianne, dau. of P. 
Mathews, of Brighton ; maj.-gen. 1894, 
Madras inf., on U.S. list 1894 : 13 High- 
land rd. Norwood, S.E. 

Beechingr, rev. canon Hy. Chns., m.a. 
Oxon., D.Litt., 8. of Jas. Plumer Geo. 
Beeching, of Bexhill, Sussex ; h. 1859 ; 
m. 1891, Mary, dau. of late rev. A. J. 
Plow ; rect. of Yattendon, Berks 1885- 
1900, chapln, of Lincoln's Inn 1900-3, 
preacher 1904, prof, of pastoral theology 
in King's coll. Lond. 1900-3, canon of 
Westminster from 1902, ex, chapln. to 
bp. of Carlisle 1901 : 4 Little Cloistrrs, 
Westminster, S.W. ; Rectory House, 
Burford, Oxon. 

Beeforth, Geo. Lord, f.s.a., only s. 
of capt. Geo. Beeforth, of Scarborough ; 
b. 1823 ; m. 1854, Helen, dau. {d 1894) 
of Alex. Crawford, of Scarborough ; one 
of H.M. Lieutenants for the City of 
London, J. P. N.R. Yorks and Scarborough 
(mayor 1893-4) : The Esplanade. Scar- 

Beeley, Thos. Carter, s. of Thos. 
Beeley, .i.p., c.A, {d. 1908) ; 6. 1«69 ; m. 
1896, Jessie, dau. of Robt. Milligan, 
J.P., of Bradford, Yorks; j.p. (1899) 
Hyde and (1903) Cheshire: Polebank 
Hall, Gee Cross, Cheshire. 

Beever, Wm. Fredk. Holt, b. a. Oxon., 
eld. s. of late rev. Wm. Holt Beever, M A. 
hon. canon of LI mdatf CathL.of Pencraig 
Court, Herefordshire ; b. 1-54; m. 1884, 
Lucie Evelyn, dau of Thos. Browning, 
of Sale, Cheshire; J.P. (1897) Bucks: 
Oxford and Cambridge club ; Yewden, 
Hambleden, Henley-on-Thames. 

Beevor, sir Bugh Reeve, m.d., f.r.c.p., 
5 bart. (1784), eld. survg. s. of 4 bart. {d. 
1885) ; b. 1858 ; m. 1894, Emily G. 
eld. dau, of sir Wm. Foster. 2 bart., of 
Norwich ; i)hy8ician, King's Coll. Hos- 
pital and City of London Chest Hospital 
(Heir, s. Thos. Lubbock, 6. 1897): 17 
Wimpole st. W. 

Beevor, lt.-col.WalterCalverley,c.M.G. 
(1901), M.B., 3 s. of late John Beevor, 
M.D., of Newark-on-Trent ; 6.1858; m. 
1890, Ella B., eld, dau. of Chas. Taylor, 
j.p. ; served in Soudan carop«gn 1885. 
Ashanti 1895, N.W. frontier, India 1897-8', 
Tirah expdy. force, S. African war 1900, 
surg.-maj. Scots g(is. 1898-1901, princ. 
med. officer S. African Constby. 1901-2, 
and on personal staff of h.r.h. duke 
of Connaughc to India 1903, It. -col. 
R.A.M.o. from 1904 : Guards' and Naval 
and Military clubs. 

Begrbie, It. -col. Alfd. Glynn, r.e. ; b. 
1842 ; m. 1873, Henrietta Edith, 2 dau. of 

late col. John Allen Lloyd-Philipps [d. 
1884), of Mabws, Cardiganshire, and Dale 
Castle, CO. Pembroke ; J.P.Cardiganshire ; 
It.-col. R.E. 1888-93 : 22 Kidbrook grove, 
Blackheath, S.E. ; Mabws, nr. Aberyst- 

Begbie, maj.-gen.Elphinstone Waters, 
c.B. (1896), D.s.o. (1891), s, of late maj.- 
gen. P. J.Begbie, Madras Art. ; b. 1842 ; 
with Abyssinian expdn. 1867-9, Duffla 
expdn. 1874-5, Burmese expdn. 1885-6, 
maj.-gen. 1898, on U.S. list 1902, Madras 

Begrg, Ferdinand Faithful!, f.r.s. 
Edin. ; s. of rev, Jas. Begg, D.D., of Edin- 
burgh ; b. 1847 ; m. 1873, Jessie Maria, 
dau. of F. A. Cargill, of Dunedin, N.Z. ; 
a stockbroker, m.p. (c.) Glasgow (St. 
Rollox divn.) 1895-1900 : 24 Lansdowne 
rd. W. ; Carlton and Gresham clubs. 

Bebrens, capt. Clive, s. of Edwd. 
Behrens, of The Oaks, Fallowfield, Man- 
chester {d. 1905) ; b. 1871 ; m. 1899, hon. 
Charlotte Louisa Adela Evelina, only 
dau. of 1 baron Rothschild b. 1873; 
late capt. R.A., j.p. (1906) N.R. Yorks : 
34 Prince's gate, S.W. ; Swinton Grange, 

Belam, commdr. Henry, r,n. (ret.), 
M.v.o, 4 class (1904), 8. of late John 
Belam; ft. 1853 ; w, 1885, Elizabeth J., 
dau, of late M. A, Sweny : marine sur- 
veyor, Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, 
Princ 's Pier South, Liverpool : 34 Bent- 
ley rd. Liverpool. 

Belcber, John,A.R.A.(l900), F.R.I. B.A., 
20 Hanover sq. W. 

Belcher, maj. Robt., c.m.g.(1900), s. of 
late Robt. Toovey Belcher, of 76 Park st. 
Grosvenor sq. W. ; b. 1849 ; m. 1880, 
Maggie, dau. of Donald McLeod ; served 
in rebellion of half-breeds and Indians 
1885, S. Africa 1900-1 as 2nd in commd. 
of Lord Strathcona's corps. 

Beldam, Eras. Wm. Edwd., eld. s. of 
Edwd. Beldam, of Banyers, Cambs, J.P. 
{d. 1876) ; b. 1856 ; m. 1880, Julia Emily, 
eld. dau. of vice-adm. J. Montagu Hayes, 
C.B.: lay rect. of Caxton, Cambs, J.P. 
Cambridgeshire, late capt. and hon, maj. 
4 battn. (mil.) Sufliolk regt. : Constitu- 
tional club ; Toft Manor, Toft, nr. Cam- 

Beldam- Johns, Fredk. Meadows, s. of 
late Wm. Nash Woodham, J. P., of Shep- 
reth, Cambridgeshire ; J.p. Cambridge- 
shire ; assumed name of Beldam-Johns, 
in lieu of Nash Woodham 1867 : Fowl- 
mere Manor, Royston. 

Belfast, earl of (title which would be 
borne by eld. s., if any. of marq. of 


Belfield, maj.-gen. Edward, in Kaffir 
war 1850-2 ; commdr. R.E. at Halifax 
187— -81 ; ret. f. p. 1881 as col. R.E. : 
3 Dagraar rd. Exmouth, Devon ; Junior 
United Service club. 

Belfield, Hy, Conway, b.a. Oxon., eld. 
s. of John Finney Belfield, of Primley 
Hill, Devon, j.p. {d, 1896) ; 6. 1855 ; 
m. 1884, Florence, 4 dau. of rev. Jas. 
Rathborne, rect. of West Tytherley, 
Hants ; barr. Inner Temple 1880, commr. 
of lands and mines. Federated Malay 
States 1896, actg. British res. Selangor 
at various periods from Mar. 1897 to 
Sept. 1901, Brit. res. Negri Sembilan 
April 1901, Selangor Aug. 1902, rp.(l902) 
Devon : Jun. Carlton and Ranelagh, 
clubs ; Primley Hill, Paignton, Devon. 

Belfield, ma]. -gen. Herbert Eversley, 
C.B. (1900), D.s.o. (1902), s. of capt. Wm. 
Belfield, of Malmains, Gloucestershire, 
J r. ; i. 1857 ; m. 1, 1882, Emily M.,dau of 
late bp. (Binney) of Nova Scotia; 2, 1888, 
Evelyn M., dau. of Albon Taylor, of Elm 
Grove, Barnes, S.W. ; served with expdn. 
to Ashanti 1895, S. African war 1899- 
1902, commdg. 4 divn. Eastern commd. 
from 1907, maj.-gen. 1906 : Woolwich ; 
Army and Navy club. 

Belfield, Wm., 2 s. of late T. D. Bel- 
field, Blagdon, Devon ; h. 1824 ; m. 1, 
1856,dau.(d 1880) of Jas. Godfrey Peach 
Fitter; 2, 1882, Florence, widow of maj. 
Ashton C. Warner, 20 Hussars ; served 
in 17 and 88 regts. throughout Crimean 
war ; J.P. Gloucestershire : Malmains, 
Frenchay, nr. Bristol. 

Belgrrave, vise, vide duke of West- 

Belgrave, Wm., eld, s. of Wm. Bel- 
grave, of Preston, co. Rutland ; b. 1855 ; 
m. 1904, Rachel Agatha, 4 dau. of rev. 
Chas. H. Lucas, of Edith Weston, co. 
Rutland; J.P. co. Rutland: Preston 
House, Uppingham. 

Belhaven, master of, vide hon. Ralph 
G. A. Hamilton. 

Belliaven and Stenton, lord (10 
baron 1647, Sco. rep.peer). col.Alex.Chas. 
Hamilton, R.E., 2 s. of Wm. J. Hamil- 
ton, M.P, F.R.s. {d. 1867), by 2nd wife, 
hon. Margaret F., dau. of 13 vise. Dillon, 
and kinsman of 9 baron {d. 1893) ; b. 
1840; m. 1880, Georgina K., dau. of 
Legh Richmond ; served in Zulu war 
1879, ret. p. 1887, brigadier commdg. 
Surrey vol. inf. brig. 1887-1902, hon. 
col. 2 Lanarkshire R.E. (vols.) 1903, 
D.L., J.P. Lanarkshire {Heir, s. hon. 
Ralph G. A. Hamilton (master of Bel- 
haven) q.v.) : 41 Lennox gdns. S.W. ; 


United Service club ; Wishaw House, 
Wishaw, N.B. 

BeUiaven and Stenton, (rt, hon.) 
dow. lady. — Georgina, 4 dau. of late sir 
John Watson, 1 bart. ; m. 1877, 9 baron 
Belhaven and Stenton (d. 1893) : 8 
Eglinton cres. Edinburgh. 

Bell, vide Lynden-Bell. 

Bell, vide Morrison-Bell. 

BeU, Alfred, J.P. (1901) Cheshire: 
Bramhall Lodge, Stockport. 

Boll, Alfred Ernest, eld. s. of Thos. 
Bell, of Newcastle, J.P. ; b. 1867 ; m. 
1893, Elizabeth M., dau. of Edwd. Stout, 
of Newcastle ; j.p. (1908) Northumber- 
land : Earsdon, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Bell, Andrew, J.P. Westmorland : 
South View, Kirkby Stephen 

BeU, Chas., youngest s. of late Thos. 
Bell, of Brockton Hall,Eccleshall, Staffs ; 
b. 1854 ; m. 1878, Frances M., dau. of 
Fredk. W. Tunnicliffe, of Biana, Eccles- 
hall. Staffs ; J.P. (1904) Cheshire: Norley 
Hall, Frodsham, Cheshire. 

Bell, Chas.Geo. Harlarid,c.M.G.(1902), 
s. of late It.-col. Chas. Harlaud Bell ; b. 
1853; m. 1879, Mary E., eld. dau. of 
Chas. Duncan Griffith, c.M.G. ; entd. 
Colonial C. S. 1871 ; served in Basuto 
war 1881, special commr. during Lang- 
berg war 1897, civil commr. and res. 
magist. of Mafeking, and subsequently 
col. commdg. town guard, Ditenhage, 
during S. Afiican war 1901 ; civil 
commr. and res. magist. of Port Eliza- 
beth from 1905 : The Residency, Port 
Elizabeth, S. Africa. 

Bell, Chas. Loraiue, s. of late rev. J. 
Bell, R.D., vicar of Roth well, Yorks, and 
hon. canon of Ripon, by only dau. of sir 
Chas. Loraine, 5 bart. ; D. L. , t. p. Northum- 
berland (sheriff 1895), patron of 1 living : 
Conservative club ; Woolsington, nr 

Bell, Chas. Wentworth, only survg. s. 
of late Chas. Bell, of Chapel Allerton, nr. 
Leeds ; b. 1857 ; m. 1891, hon. Edith M., 
dau. of 1 baron Biddulph ; d.l. j.p. 
Herefordshire : Bronsil,Eastnor,nr. Led- 
bury, Herefordshire. 

Bell, rev, canon Geo. Chas,,M.A. Oxon., 
m. 1870, Elizabeth, dau. of Edwd. Milner, 
of Norwood, S.E. ; fell. Wore. coll. Ox. 
1857-65, hon. fell, from 1896, 2nd 
mast. Dulwich coll. 1865-68, head-master 
Christ's hosp. 1868-76, of Marlborough 
coll. 1876-1903, canon of Sarum from 
1887, princpl. of Queen's coll. Harley st. 
W. from 1903, rector of Sf. Michael's, 
Cornhill from 1906 : 19 Cowley st. West- 
minster, S.W. ; Hillside, Fountain rd. 
Norwood, S.E. ; Atheneeum club. 




BeU, Geo. Symes, j.p. (1905) Middlx. : 
6 Pierrepoint id. Acton, W. 

Bell, Henry, eld. s. of Henry Bell, of 
Greenfield, West Kir by, ChesMre J.P. 
(d. 1891) ; b. 1843 ; J.P. (1900) Cheshire : 
Greenfield, West Kirby S.O., Cheshire. 

Bell, Henry, D.L., J.P.(1892) Cheshire: 
Heathfield, Stockport, Cheshire. 

Bell, Henry, eld. s. of John Bell, of 
Glasgow ; b. 1848 ; m. 1883, Lizzie ¥., 
dau. of T. C. Eastman, of New York, 
U.S.A.; J.P. (1906) Surrey: Reform 
club ; Mynthurst, Reigate. 

Bell, sirHy. Hesketh Joudou,K.C.M.G. 
(1903) ; b. 1864; administr. of Dominica 
1899-1905, commr. Uganda Protectorate 

1906 and gov. of that Protectorate from 

1907 : Entebbe, Uganda. 

Bell, Hy. Oswin, v.d., s. of Hy. Bell, 
of Tynemouth, Northumb., J.P.; b. 1856 ; 
m. 1894, Margaret Emily, dau. of Chas. 
B. Goldson, of Bio Norton Hall, Nor- 
folk, and Tynemouth, Northumb. ; is 
J.P. Northumberland, capt. the Tyne- 
mouth vol. artill. (W. divn. of k.a) 
1882-94, capt. (hon. maj. 1904) 6 
battn. Northumberland Fus. from 1900, 
Army service corps 1905, brig.-maj. 
Tyne vol. Inf. brig. 1907 : 13 Northum- 
berland ter. Tynemoutb, Northumb. 

Bell, sir Hugh, 2 bart. (1885), f.s.a., 
eld. 8. of sir I. Lowthian Bell, 1 bart. 
{d. 1904) ; b. 1844 ; m. 1, 1867, Mary, 
dau. {d. 1871) of late John Shield, of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; 2, 1876, Florence 
E. E.jdau. of late sir Joseph OUiffe, knt. 
M.D. ; J.P. Middlesbrough, N. R. Yorks 
(lord lieut. from 1906) ; D.L., J.P. co. 
Durham (sheriff 1895); pres. N. R. 
York Territl. Force Assoc, from 1908 
{Heir, s. Maurice H. L., q.v.) : 95 Sloane 
St. S.W. ; Rounton Grange, North- 
allerton, Yorks. 

BeU, sir Jas., 1 bart. (1895), s. of John 
Bell, of Glasgow ; b. 1850 : m. 1875, 
Helen, eld. dau. of Wm. Findlay, of Hall- 
hill, CO. Lanark ; lord provost and H.M.'a 
lieut. of Glasgow 1892-6, D.L., J.P. Lan- 
arkshire and Glasgow, hon.-coL 1 Lan- 
arkshire R. V. 1893-1902 {Heir, s. John, 
b. 1876) : Carlton, Jun. Carlton, and 
Western (Glasgow) clubs ; Montgreenan, 
Kilmarnock, N.B. 

BeU, Jas., 8 s. of Wm. Bell, m.d., of 
Preston, Lanes ; b. 1866 ; m. 1893, Evelyn 
Chfford, dau. of S. T. Aveling, of 
Rochester, Kent ; admitted a solicitor 
1888, town clerk of Leicester 1894-1902, 
of the city of London from 1902, one of 
H.M.'s Lieutenants for the city of London, 
Roy. order of Isabella the Catholic of 
Spain,The Crown of Italy, The Redeemer 

of Greece and of Portugal : Guildhall, 
E.G. ; New club ; Fron Heulog, Bourne 
End. Bucks. 

Bell, Jas. Reed, 2 s. of Jas. R. Bell, 
(.f Little Corby, Cumberland ; b. 1864 ; 
m. 1894, dau. of E. Arkle, of Denton 
Bum, Northumberland ; vice-pres. Cum- 
berland and Westmorland Aasocn. on 
Tyneside and National Pres. A. S. Rail- 
way Servants, J.P. (1907) co. Durham : 
77 Mary st. Blavdon-on-Tyne. 

BeU,' John, eld. s. of Reginald Bell, of 
The Hall, Thirsk, Yorks ; b. 1879 ; m. 
1906, Irene Clare, eld. dau. of lord Alex. 
Kennedy and sjranddau. of 2 marq. of 
Ailsa ; J.P.(1900) N.R. Yorks : Isthmian, 
and Yorkshire (Y«Tk) clubs; Park 
Lodge, Kimbolton, Hunts. 

BeU, sir John Chas., 1 bart. (1908), s. 
of late Thos. Bell ; b. 1844 ; m. 1867, 
(^aroline Elizabeth, eld. dau. of Thos. 
Clare, of Entield ; one of H.M,.'s Lieu- 
tenants for the city of London (sheriff 
1901-2 and lord mayor 1907-8), aldm of 
Coleman St. ward from 1894, J.P. (1907) 
Bucks, commdr. of Red Eagle of Ger- 
many (2 class with star), grand officer 
legion of honour, knighted 1902: 61 
Portland pi. W. ; City Carlton, Jun. 
Carlton, Ranelagh and R.L.Y. clubs ; 
Framewood, Stoke Poges, Bucks. 

BeU, John Fras., J.P. (1902) co. Dur- 
ham : North End, Durham. 

BeU, John Lowthian, 4 s. of late 
Thos. Bell, of Crosby Court, Yorks, J.P. ; 
b. 1853; m. 1879. Mary E., dau. of late 
Thos. Lambert, of Telham Court, Sussex; 
J.P. Northumberland. 

BeU, It. -col. Johr. Wm., c.m.g. (1900), 
V. D., s. of Wm.Bell,of Dumfries, N.B. and 
Grahamstown, S. Africa ; b. 1848 ; m. 
1873, Eliza J. B., 4 dau. of Edwd. Mor- 
timer Turvey ; served during native war 
1877-8, S. African war 1899-1900, It.-col. 
eommdg. Queenstown R.V. from 1891, 
master of the supreme court of the 
Transvaal 1901-6 : Nairobi, British East 

Bell, Joseph, 3 s. of Joseph Bell, of 
Cambridge ; b. 1833 ; m. 1856, L. P., dau. 
of E. P. Davy, of Beaminster, Dorset ; 
J.P. (1895) Essex : Dorset House, Church 
St. Saffron Walden. 

BeU, capt. Matthew Gerald Edwd.,only 
8. 5f capt. Matthew Jonn Bell, late 
13 Light Inf., D.L., j.p. (d. 1902) and 
grands, of Matthew Bell, of Bourne 
Park, Kent, D.L., J.P. {d. 1903) : b. 1871 ; 
m. 1905, hon. Mary, 2 dau. (a maid of 
honor to Queen Alexandra 1901-5) of 
rt. hon. sir Wm. Hart Dyke, 7 bart., P.c, 
. M.p. , by eld. dau. of 7 earl of Sandwiqh, 



b. 1875 ; served on N. W. Frontier, India 
1897-8, Somaliland 1903-4, capt. Rif. brig, 
fiom 1900 : Marlborough club ; Bourne 
Park, Canterbury. 

Bell. Maurice Hugh Lowthian, eld. s. 
of sir Hugh Bell, 2 bart,, D.L., J. P. ; b. 
1871 ; J.P. (1895) N. R. Yorks, capt. 
(hon. maj. 1906) 1 vol. battn. Yorkshire 
regt. from 1899 : Rounton G-range, 

Bell, Nicholas Dodd Beatson, c.i.E. 

Bell, Reginald, V.D., eld. s. of rev.Henry 
Smith, vicar of Easton Maudit, North- 
ants ; m. 1878, Henrietta E., dau. of late 
A. B. Markham, Northampton ; assumed 
name of Bell in 1875; capt. 4 battn. 
(mil.)Yorks.regt.l879-84, capt. (hon. maj. 
1894) 1 vol. battn. Yorks regt. 1884-1908 ; 
J.P. N.R. Yorks : Jun. Carlton, and York- 
shire (York) clubs ; The Hall, Thirsk, 

Bell, Richd., s. of C. Bell, of Merthyr 
Tydvil, Glam. ; b. 1859 ; in G-.W. Railway 
Co. service 1876-91, gen. sec. Amalga- 
mated Soc. of Railway Servants from 
1897, J.P. (1907), Middlx., M.P. (labour) 
Derby from 1900 : 72 Acton st. Gray's 
Inn rd, W.C; 115 Brownlow rd. New 
Southgate, N. 

Bell, Robt., I.S.O. (1904), M.D., D.8.C., 
LL.D., F.R.8., actg. dir. of dept. of Geo- 
logical survey, Canada. 

Bell, Robt., J.P. (1907) Cumberland : 
Mallsgate, Longtown S.O., Cumberland. 

BeU, very rev. Thos., m.a. Oxon, hon. 
canon of Winchester from 1889, dean of 
Guernsey from 1892, rect. from 1859 of 
St. Michael du Yalle, Guernsey. 

Bell, col. Wm., c.B. (1889), s. of Thos. 
Bell, of Les Merriennes,Guernsey; 6.1829; 
m. 1855, Rosina, dau. of Havilland Carey, 
of Somerset terr. Guernsey ; late 64 foot, 
A.D.c. to Queen Victoria 1867-1901, to 
the King 1901-3, govt. sec. G-uernsey 
from 1862 : Swissville, Guernsey. 

Bell, Wm., CLE, (1904), m.a., princi- 
pal, central training coll. Lahore, 1885, 
prof, iu the govf. coll. there 1888, princ. 
1892, insp. of schools, Lahore Circle 
1896, dir. of public instrn., Punjab, and 
und. sec. to govt, educl. dept. from 1901, 
also insp. of Chiefs' colleges in India 
from 1904: Laoore, Punjab. 

Bell, Wm., s. of John Bell, of Upping- 
ham ; 6. 18— ; m. 1868, Helen Hilaire 
Barbara, dau. of gen. Butcher, r.m. ; is 
J.P. (1892) Cheshire : Rutland House, 
New Brighton, Cheshire. 

Bell, Wm. A., lord of the manor of 
Bletchingley : 8 Park st. W. ; New 

University and Wellington clubs ; Pen- 
dell Court, Bletchingley, Surrev. 

Bell, Wm. Conway, s. of Wm. Bell, 
of Spital, Rhuddlan, Flints ; h. 18— ; m. 
1887, Isabel Clayton, only dau. of late 
capt. Hy. Edmund Stanley, 23 R. Welsh 
Fus. ; J.P. (1907) Flints: Bryniffynon, 
Rhuddlan S.O. Flints 

Bell, capt. Wm. Edwd. Derrington, s. 
of maj .-gen. Edwd. Wm. Derrington Bell, 
v.c, C.B., of Kempsey, Worcestershire ; 
b. 1874 ; TO. 1898, Edith Isabel, dau. of 
col. A. H. Hudson, of Pershore, Wor- 
cestershire ; served in S. African war 
1901-2, capt. 6 battn. (mil.) Worcester- 
shire regt. from 1900 ; J.P. (1901) Wor- 
cestershire : The Cedars, Kempsey, 
Worcester ; Jun. United Service club. 

Bell.Wm. Heward, F.s.A.,F.G.S.,eld. s.of 
Wm. H. Bell, of Pelton House, co. Dur- 
ham {d. 1881) ; b. 1849 ; to. 1874, Hannah, 
eld. dau. of late W. Cory, of Devonshire 
Place House, London ; D.L., j.p. Wilts : 
Junior Carlton club ; Cleeve House, 
Seend, Melksham. 

Bell, sii Wm. J as., LL.D., B. A. Cantab, 
only s. of Jbs. Bell, c.B.,, Ph.D., 
F.R.S. (d. 1908) ; b. 1859 ; to. 1882, Bertha 
Diana, only survg. child of late G. Torr, 
of Garbrand Hall, Surrey ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1882; d.l. (1890) co. London, 
u.L., J.P. cos. Ross and Cromarty, late 
vice-chm. of Ross-sbire CO., aldm. L.c.c. 
1902-7, memb. King's body-guard for 
Scotland, knighted 1892 : 211 Ashley 
gdns. S.W. ; Reform and Bath clubs. 

Bell, miss, eld. dau. of Alfred Bell, of 
S. Marston, Wilts {d. 1884) ; lady of the 
manor of S. Marston : Manor House, 
Soutb Marston, Swindon, Wilts. 

Bell, mrs., widow of John Bell, of 
Rushpool Hall, Yorks : Rushpool Hall, 
Saltburn, N. R. Yorks ; Mustapha Rais, 

Bell, lady. — Margaret Miller, eld.dau. 
of Wm. McTaggart D'Orsey, M.D., of 
Grantham, Ipswich,Queen8land ; to.1861, 
hon. sir Joshua Peter Bell, K.C.M.G., of 
Jimbour, Darling Downs, Queensland 
{d. 1881). 

Bellairs, It. Carlyon Wilfroy, R.N. 
(ret. 1902), 4 s. of It.-gen. sir Wm. Bel- 
lairs, K.C.M.G., c.B. ; b. 1871 ; M.P. (L.) 
King's Lynn from 1906 : 1 Morpeth 
terr. Westminster, S.W. ; Savile club. 

Bellairs, col. Geo. Clarke, v.d., 2 s. of 
Geo.Bellairs,of Stockerston and TheNew- 
arke,co. Leicester ; 6.1826; TO.1875,Eleanor 
C, 2 dau. of late rev.G. E. Bruxner, of The 
Holt, Thurlaston, co. Leicester ; It.-col. 
(ret. hon. col. 1886) 1 vol. battn. Leices- 




tershire regt. 1882-6, J. P. co. Leicester : 
Southbourne-on-Sea, Hants. 

Bellairs, Hamon d'Albini, M.v.o. 4 
class (1906), 2 s. of capt. Edmund Hooke 
Wilson Bellairs, of Mulbarton, Norfolk 
and of Mouriscot. Biarritz, j.p. {d. 1896); 
vice-consul at Biarritz, France from 
1896 : British Vice-Consulate, Biarritz, 

Bellairs, It.-gen.sir Wm.,K.c.M.G.,c.B., 
s.of sir Wm.Bellairs, J.P. {d. 1863) ; 6.1828; | 
OT.l, dau. of W.B.GibbonSjJ.P, ; 2,Blanche | 
St. John (author of " Gossips with Girls." i 
etc.), dau. of F. A. Moschzisker, PhD.; 
throughout Crimean campaign 1854-6, 
with 49 foot, and as a.q.m.g. of 2] 
divn. ; at Alma, Inkermin and Sebas- 
topol; knt. leg. hon. and 5 class Med- 
jidie ; throughout Kaffir campaigns 
1877-8, commd. combined forces on E. 
frontier during Gaika rebellion ; Zulu 
cimpaign 1879, at Ulundi ; d.a. and 
y.M.G. South Africa 1877-80, col. on 
staff Natal and Transvaal 1880 ; Trans- 
vaal campaign as brig-gen. 1880-l,defence 
of Pretoria ; administr.of Transvaal 1881 : 
ret. p. 1887 : col. Notts and Derbyshire 
regt. 1902-5, of R. Berks regt. from 1905; 
author of " The Transvaal War 1880-1," 
" The Military Career," etc. : National 
Liberal club ; Clevedon. 

Bellamy, rev. Jas.,D.D. Oxon, s. of late 
rev. J. W. Bellamy, head master of Mer- 
chant Taylors' School ; b. 1819 ; J.P. Oxon, 
Pres. of St. John's coll. Oxford, from 
1871 : St. John's coll. Oxford ; Manor 
House. Ingoldisthorpe, Kings Lynn. 

Bellainy, sir Joseph Arthur, only s. 
of late Joseph Bellamy, of Plymouth ; b. 
1845 ; m. 1867, Susan Mill, dau. {d. 1908) 
of Wm. Saull Wills, of Plymouth ; J.P. 
Plymouth (mayor 190 1-2), chui. Plymouth 
and Stonehouse Gas Co., dir. Sutton 
Harbour Co., knighted 1904 : Yalta 
Tavistock rd. Mannamead, Plymouth. 

Bellasis, vide Oliver-Bellasis. 

Bellasis, Edward, b.l., 2 s.of late mr. 
serjt. Edwd. Bellasis, J.P. {d. 1873) ; b. 
1852; bair. Lincoln's inn 1873, blue- 
mantle pursuivant 1873-82, dep. regist. 
of coll. of arms 1879-80, regist. 1894-9, 
librarian of printed books 1887, sec. to 
garter missions to Spain 1881 and Saxony 
1882, Lancaster Herald from 1882: 
Collegeof Arms, E.C. 

Bellew, vide Grattan-Bellew. 

Bellew,lord (3 baron 1848,ir.Rep.peer). 
Charles Bertram Bellew, eld. survg. s. of 
2 baron (d. 1895) ; b. 1855 ; m. 1883, 
Mildred Mar}'^ Josephine, eld. dau. of 
late sir Humphrey de Trafford, 2 bart. ; 
capt. 6 battn. (mil.) R. Irish rifles 

1880-90, H.M.'s lieut. co. Louth from 1898 
{Heir, bro. maj. hon. Geo. L. Bryan, q.v.) : 
Carlton, Bach^-lors', Marlborough, and 
Kildare st. (Dublm) clubs ; Barmeath 
Castle, Dunleer, co. Louth. 

Bellew, hon. Richd. Eustace, 4 s. of 2 
baron Bellew ; b. 1858 ; m. 1, ,1887, Ada, 
younger dau. {d. 1893) of lave H. P. 
Gilbey, of Stanstead, Essex, j.p. ; 2, 
1895, Gwendoline, eld. dau. of W. R. J. 
F. Herbert, of Clytha, Mon., D.L., J.P. : 
Marlborough club ; Kenward, Yalding, 

Bellew, mrs. Ada, dau. of late Wm. 
Llewellin,F,s.A.,of Glanwern,Pontypool ; 
7n. 1885, Harr}'^ Bawden Bellew, of Oak- 
hampton Manor, Somerset {d. 1904) : 
Oakhampton Manor Wiveliscombe S.O. 

BeUhouse, Walter, j.p. (1879) Che- 
shire : Woodleigh, Knutsford. 

Bellingliaxii, sir Henry, 4 bart. 
(2nd cr. 1796), eld. s. of 3 bart. {d. 
1889) ; b. 1846 ; m. 1, 1874, lady Con- 
stance, dau. (d. 1891) of 2 earl of Gains- 
borough ; 2, 1895, hon. Lelgarde H. F., 
dau. of 23 baroness Grey de Ruthyn, b. 
1870 ; M.A. Oxon, barr. Lincoln's Inn, 
1875 ; commr. Natl. educ. Ireland : senator 
of Royal University ; capt. 6 battn. 
(rail.) R. Irish rif. 1872-84, priv. 
chamberlain to Leo XIII. 1898-1903, 
Pius X. from 1903 ; D.L., j.p. co. Louth, 
M.P. (c.H.R.) CO. Louth 1880-5 {Heir, s. 
Edwd. Hy. Chas. Patrick, h. 1879) : 
United University, and Jun. Travellers' 
and United Service (Dublin) clubs : 
Castle Bellingham, co. Louth. 

Bellis, Edwin, 4 s. of Chas. Bellis,of 
Holt, Denbighshire ; b. 1855 ; J.P. (1896) 
Denbighshire : Holt, nr. Wrexham. 

Belloc, Hilaire Joseph Peter Rene, b. 
1870 ; journalist, m.p. (l.) S. Salford 
from 1906 ; Reform club ; Kings Land, 
Shipley, nr. Hor.sham, Sussex. 

Bellyse, Edwin Reginald, M.A. Oxon, 
s. of late E. S. Bellyse, M.D., p.r.c.s., 
L.S.A., of Oakfield, Stapeley, nr. Nant- 
wich ; b. 1856 ; m. 1889, i^mphemia H., 
eld. dau. of late Jas. Mackenzie, of 
209 Cromwell rd. S.W. ; J.P. Cheshire : 
Oakfield, Stapeley, nr. Nantwich. 

Belmore, 4 earl of (1797: Ir. rep. peer) 
Somerset Richard Lowry-Corry , P.o.(Irel. 
1867), G.c.M.G. (1890), eld. s. of 3 earl {d. 
1845) ; b. 1835 ; m. 1861, A. E. Honoria, 
2 dau. of late capt. John N. Gladstone, 
R.N., M.P., and niece of late rt. hon. W. 
E. Gladstone ; 2nd tit. vise. Cony ; 
J.P. COS. Tyrone (H.M. lieut. from 1892), 
Fermanagh and Kent, und. sec. home 
dept. 1866-7, gov. N. S. Wales 1868-72, 


a lord justice of Ireland 1886, 1890, 1891, 
1895, 1896,1897 and 1898, formerly maj. 
London Irish R.V.C. {Heir, s. vise, Corry, 
q.v.) : Carlton and Fermanagh clubs; 
Castle Coole, Enniskillen. 

Belper, lord (2 baron 1856, U.K.). 
Henry Strutt, p.c. (1895), eld. s. of 

1 baron, D.C.L., p.c. {d. 1880) ; b. 1840 ; 
m. (1874) lady Margaret, dau. of 

2 earl of Leicester, h. 1852 ; ll.m. 
Cantab, m.p. (l.) E. Derbyshire 1868-74, 
Berwick in 1880 ; D.L., J.P. Notts (chm. 
quart, sess. and of c.c.) and Derbyshire ; 
J.P. Leicestershire ; It. -col. commdg. 
(hon. col. 1886) S. Notts L Y. 1879-96, 
hon. col. of the regt. from 1900 ; col. 
and yeom. A.D.c. to Queen Victoria, 
1894-1901, to the King from 1901 ; capt. 
H. M.'s hon. corps of gentlemen-at-arms 
1895-1905 {Heir, s. hon. Algernon Hy. 
Strutt, q.v.) : 31 Cadogan sq. S.W. ; 
Brooks', and Travellers' clubs ; Kingston 
Hall, Kegworth, Derby. 

Belsey, Fras. Flint, eld. s. of Isaac 
Belsey, of Rochester, Kent ; b. 1837 ; J.P. 
Kent: 12 Russell sq. W.C. ; National 
Liberal club. 

Belsham, Hy. Isaac, J.P. (1908) Essex: 
Lowthian House, Railway st. Braintree. 

Belsham, Oliver Daniel, s. of Isaac 
Belsham, of Heybridge, Essex ; b. 1845 ; 
J.P. (1902) Essex : Heybridge, Maldon, 

Belshaw, Edwd., i.s.o. (1903), late 
chief clerk to Board of Educn. S.Kensing- 
ton : 49 Lee ter. Blackheath, S.E. 

Bembridge, Wm. Bell, s. of Wm. Bem- 
bridge, of Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffs ; b. 
1830 ; TO. 1852, dau. of Wm. Jackson, of 
Quorndon, Leicester, and niece of Thos. 
Ward, Grosvenor House, Ripley ; J.P. 
(1894) Derbyshire: Ivy Yilla, Burton 
Joyce, nr. Nottingham. 

JBemrose, sir Henry Howe, eld. s. of 
late Wm. Bemrose, of Derby ; b. 1827 ; 
TO. 1855, Charlotte, dau. of Wm. Brindley; 
is J.P. Derbyshire, J. p. and aldm. of 
Derby from 1878 (mayor 1877), late 
capt. 1 Derbyshire R.V., chm. Bemrose 
and Sons ltd., printers, London and 
Derby, a dir. of Parr's Derby Bank 
(fee, M.p. (c.) Derby 1895-1900, knighted 
1897 : Lonsdale Hill, Derby. 

Bemrose, It.-col. Wm. Wright, v.d., 
eld. s. of Wm. Bemrose, of Derby, J. P., 
F.s.A. (d 1908) ; h. 1859 ; to. 1889, Mary 
E., dau. of T. Lithprland, of Ashby, 
Leicestershire ; J.P. (1908) Derbyshire ; 
It.-col. (and hon. col.) commdg. 5 battn. 
Notts, and Derbys. regt. from 1900: Ttie 
Cedars, Littleover Hill, Derby. 
Benbow, sir Henry, K.C.B., D.8.O., s. 


of late Jas. Benbow, of Thornton Heath, 
Surrey ; b. 1838 ; to. 1892, Elizabeth J., 
dau. of late Hy. Bird, of Uxbridge ; 
served in Nile expdn. 1884-5, chief insp. 
of machinery R.N. 1888-93, ret. 1893: 
Habeshi, Dorman's Park, Surrey. 

Bence, Edwd. Starkie, eld. s. of 
Edwd. Robt. Starkie Bence, of Kentwell 
Hall, Suffolk, D.L., J.P. {d. 1889); 6. 
1862 ; D.L., J.P. Suffolk, capt. 3 battn. 
(mil.) Suffolk regt. 1885-7 : Carlton and 
Wellington clubs ; Kentwell Hall, Long 
Melford, Suffolk. 

Bence-Jones, Archibald Bence, m.a. 
Oxon., youngest s. of late Hy. Bence- 
Jones, M.D., F.R.S., D.C.L., of Brook st. 
W.; b. 1857 ; m. 1901, hon. Susan Ludlow, 
eld. dau. of 1 baron Ludlow ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1881 : 56 Upper Berkeley st. W. : 
11 King's Bench walk, Temple, E.C. ; 
Grarrick and Athenaeum clubs. 

Bence- Jones, Hy. R., b.a. Cantab., 
eld. s. of late Hy Bence-Jones, M.D., 
F.R.S., of Brook St. G-rosvenor sq. W. ; 
b. 1844 ; late principal clerk in the Board 
of Trade: 12 Victoria sq. S.W. ; New 
University club. 

Bence-Jones, Reginald Bence, only 
survg. s. of Wm. Bence-Jones, of Lisselan, 
CO. Cork, J.P. {d. 1882) ; b. 1865 ; to. 1890, 
Ethel A., youngest dau. of late D. C. Da 
Costa, of Barbados ; D.L., J.P. co. Cork 
(sheriff 1894) : Lisselan, Clonakilty, co. 

Bence-Iiambert, col. Guy-Lenox, 
C.M.G. (1902), s. of late A. C.Lambert, of 
Brook Hill, Claremorris, D.L., J.P. ; b. 
1856 ; TO. 1884, Ida, dau. of late H. A. S. 
Bence, of Thorington Hall, Suffolk, D.L., 
J.P. ; assumed by royal licence addtl. 
name of Bence, 1884 ; d.l. Suffolk, J.P. 
Suffolk and CO. Galway, hon. It.-col. in the 
army 1901, late commdg. 3 battn. (mil.) 
Connaught ■ Rangers : Carlton club ; 
Thorington Hall, Darsham, Suffolk ; 
Dernasliggan, Leenane, co. Galway. 

Bendigro, 2 bp. of (1902), rt. rev. John 
Douse Langley, s. of Uy. Langley, of 
Ballyduff, co. Waterford, Ireland ; 6. 
1836 ; TO. 1866, dau. of Jolm H. Keys, of 
Bengalla, Muswellbrook, N.S.W. ; inc. 
of Berruna. N.S.W. 1873-5, St. David, 
Sydney 1875-82, rect. of St. Philip, 
Svdney 1882-1907, R.D. W. Sydney 1885- 
1907, archdn. of Cumberland 1895-1907, 
canon of St. Andrew's cath. Sydney 
1902-7, bp. of Bendigo, Victoria, from 
1907 : Bishopscourt, White Hills, Ben- 
digo, Victoria, Australia. 

Bendysbe, rev. Richard, m.a. Cantab., 
eld. s. of J. Bendyshe, of Barrington Hall, 



J.P. id. 1855); b. 1822: Barrington 
Hall, Cambridge. 

Benedict, lady. — Mary C, eld. dau. 
of H. Fortey, M.A., insp, of schools, 
Madras Pres. {d. 1902) ; m. 1, 1879, as his 
2 wife, sir Julius Benedict, knt. (d.l886) ; 
2, 1886, Frank Lawson : Enborne Lodge, 
Newbury, Berks. 

Benett-Stanford, John Montague, 
only 8. of Yere Benet-Stanford, of Pyt 
House, Norton Bavant, Wilts, M.P., D.L., 
J.P. {d. 1894), by only dau. and heir of 
late Wm. Stanford, of Preston Place, 
Sussex ; h. 1870 ; m. 1893, Evelyn, only 
child of late capt. Burchall Helme, of 
Broadfield Court, Herefordshire ; J.P. 
Dorset and Wilts (c.c. from 1904) ; It. 1st 
R. drags. 1891-2, of R. Wilts I.Y. 1892- 
1900 : White's and Cavalry clubs ; Pyt 
House, Tisbury. 

Bengougrh, maj.-gen. sir Harcourt 
Mortimer, K.C.B. (1908), 3 s. of Or. Ben- 
gough, of The Ridge, co. Gloucester {d. 
1856) ; b. 1837 ; m. 1876, Christina, dau. 
of H. Maybery, of Brecon, Wales ; served 
in Crimea 1855, Zulu war 1879, at 
[Jlundi ; with Burmah expdn. 1885-6 ; 
A.A.G. Madras 1882-7, brig.-gen. commdg. 
2 class dist. Madras army 1887-91, 
commdg. troops in Jamaica in 1894, an 
inf. brig, at Aldershot 1894-7, ret. p. 
1898 : Hyde Braye, Chalford, co. Glou- 

Bengrougrlx, John Chas., eld. surviving 
s. of G. Bengough, of The Ridge, co. 
Gloucester {d. 1856) ; b. 1829 ; m. 1857, 
Caroline A., dau. {d. 1899) of rev. A. G. 
Cornwall, of Ashcroft, Glo'stershire ; J.P., 
D.L. Glo'stershire (sheriff 1877), capt. 2 
vol. battn. Gloucestershire regt. 1866-85, 
capt. Gloucestershire yeom. 1870-7 : 
Midanbury, Bitterne Park, Southamp- 
ton ; The Ridge, Wotton-under-Edge, 

Benjamin, lady. — Fanny, dau. of A. 
Cohen, of Sydney, N. S. Wales ; m. 1857, 
sir Benjn. Benjamin, knt.: mayor of Mel- 
bourne 1887-8-9, memb. legisl. council, 
J.P. {d. 1905) : Canally, George street. 
East Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 

Benn, sir John Williams, s. of rev. 
Julius Benn, Congregational min., Lon- 
don {d. 1884) ; 6. 1850 ; m. 1874, Lily, 
dau.ofJobnPickstone,of SilverHill,Hyde, 
Cheshire ; dir. of Benn Bros., Ltd., pub- 
lishers, 31 Christopher st. Finsbury sq. 
E.C., L.c.c.,chm. 1904-5, D.L., j.p. (1904) 
CO. London, M.P. (L.) Tovser Hamlets 
(St. George divn.) 1892-5, Devonport 
from 1904, knighted 1906 : 31 Christopher 
St. Finsbury sq. E.C. ; National Liberal 
club ; The Old KnoU, Blackheath, S.E. 

Benn, maj. Robt. Arthur Edwd., 
CLE. (1904), s. of Chas. Edwd. Benn, of 
Rossland, B. Columbia ; b. 1867 ; m.l898, 
Edith Fraser, 3 dau. of maj.-gen. Neville 
Eraser Parker, Bengal Inf. ; maj. 1904, 
Ind. army, vice-consul for Seif-tan and 
Kain, Persia 1900-2, and consul for same 
dists. 1902-3. 

Benn, Wedgwood, b.a. Lond., s. of 
sir John William Benn, m.p., d.l., j.p. ; 
6.1877; M.p. (L.) Tower Hamlets (St. 
George divn.) from 1906 : Christopher 
St. Finsbury sq. E.C. ; Old KnoU, Black- 
heath, S.E. 

Bennet, It. -col. Edwd. Gully, eld. s. of 
Richd. Gully Bennet, of Tresillian House, 
Cornwall, D.L., J.p. ; b. 1849 ; ret. 1893 
Northamptonshire regt., J.P, Cornwall : 
Army and Navy club ; Tresillian House, 
Summercourt, Grampound Road, Corn- 

Bennet, col. Ferdinando Wallis, r.e. 
(ret.) ; h. 1850 ; served with Egyptian 
expdn. 1882, Soudan expdn. 1884-5, S. 
African war 1899-1901, ret. p. 1901 ; j.p. 
(1905) Devon : Fairlea, Northam S.O. 
N. Devon. 

Bennet, Geoffrey F. P., s. of Philip 
Bennet, of Rougham Hall, Suffolk, D.L., 
J.p. {d. 1875) ; b. 1863 ; m. 1888, Beatrice 
G., dau. of hon. H. Harbord, of Elderton 
Lodge, Gunton ; is j.p. Suffolk : East 
Barton Farm, Bury St. Edmunds. 

Bennet, hon. Geo., 2 s. of 7 earl of 
Tankerville ; h. 1903. 

Bennet, Rd. Gully, b.a. Cantab; b. 
1820; m. 1846, Mary J., dau. of R. Hosken ; 
D.L., J.p. Cornwall: Tresillian House, 
Summercourt, Grampound Road, Corn- 

Bennet, lady Corisande Olivia, b. 1855, 
dau. of 6 earl of Tankerville. 

Bennett, vide Wheeler-Bennett. 

Bennett, Andrew Percy, M.A.Cantab., 
8. of late rev. Augustus Fredk. Bennett, 
of St. Leouards-on-Sea ; b. 1 866 ; m. 
1896, Winifred May, dau. of F. C. 
Youell, of Galatz, Roumania ; con- 
sul at New York 1896-9, actg. consul- 
gen. July 18 to Oct. 2, 1897 and July 24 
to Oct. 7, 1898, commercial attache to 
Embassies at Vienna and Rome, and to 
legation at Athens from 1899 : British 
Embassy, Vienna. 

Bennett, Chas Hy., m.d. St. And., 
M.ii.c.s. Eng., hon. assoc. sov. order of 
St. John of Jerusalem, ex-vice-pres. Brit. 
Gynajcol. Soc. ; j.p. (1901) co. Londoo : 
College House, Sussex pi. and 43 Bridge 
rd. Hammersmith, W. 

Bennett, Courtenay Walter, c.i.K. 
(1900), s. of late John Nicholas Bennett, 



of Ford Park, Plymouth; h. 1855 ; consul 
atGruatemala 1883, at Rio Grande 1885, 
at Reunion 1890-1900, at Bilbao, Spain, 
1900-1, consul-gen. at San Francisco 
1901-7, at New York from 1907 : British 
Consulate-G-eneral, New York, U.S.A. 

Bennett^ Ernest Nathaniel, h. 18G6 ; 
Fellow of Hertford coll. Oxford, explored 
Socotra 1896, war correspondent in 
Crete 1897, Soudan 1898, served in S. 
African war 1902, in commd. Oxford- 
shire vols., capt. 4 battn. Oxfordshire 
and Bucks. L.I. from 1904, M.p. (l.) Mid 
Oxfordshire from 1906 : Bath, National 
Liberal and Reform clubs ; Hertford 
College, Oxford. 

Bennett, Fras, Sowerby, 8 s. of 
Joseph Bennett, of Louth, Lines., ex 
M.P., J. p. ; b. 1863 ; m. 1891, Julia Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Thos. Ouston, of Leeds, 
Yorks. ; J.P. (1907) Parts of Lindaey, 
Lines, and (18 — ) Grimsby : Fryston, 
Bargate, Grimsby. 

Bennett, Fredk. Jas. Wentworth, 
F.R.A.K. ; m. 1884, Eleanor C, youngest 
dau. of rev. Jas. Senior, rect. of Comp- 
ton Pauncefote-cum-Blackford, Somer- 
set ; late 29 and 36 regts., capt. N. 
Somerset yeom. 1886-90, j.p. Somerset. 

Bennett, Fredk. Wm., 2 s. of Joseph 
Bennett, of Louth, co. Lincoln ; b. 1859 ; 
VI. 1896, Eliza G.,dau. of Thos. B. Parke, 
of Withnell, Lanes ; j.p. (1908) parts of 
Lindsey, Lines : Elmhurst, Crow Tree 
lane, Louth, Lines. 

Bennett, Geo. Locking, m.a., ll.m. 
Cantab., B.A. Lond^ 3 s. of sir Henry 
Bennett, knt., of Gt. Grimsby, Lines, 
D.L,, j.p. {d. 1895) ; b. 1866 ; solicitor 
and shipowner, j.p. (1897) parts of 
Lindsey, Lines, commr. of income tax, 
capt. (hon. maj. 1906) 1 Lines r.g.a. 
(vols.) 1895-1906 : Westlands, Grimsby, 

Bennett, Geo.Wheatley, i.s.o. (1903), 
8. of Richd. Wheatley Bennett, of New- 
ingtou, Surrey ; b. 1845 ; m. 1875, Kath- 
leen, dau. of Chas. Glenton ; accountant 
and comptroller-gen. of Customs 1902-6 : 
Constitutional club. 

Bennett, Henry Curtis, 2 s. of late rev. 
Geo. Peter Bennett, rect. of KeWedon, 
Essex ; b. 1846 ; m. 1878, Emily J., dau. 
of F. Hughes-Hallett ; barr. Middle 
Temple 1870, J.P. London and Home 
Counties, al dm. (Kensington), Metropol. 
police magist. (Hammersmith and Wands- 
worth) 1886-7, (West London) 1888-95, 
(Clerkenwell) in 1887, (Marylebone) 
1895-1905, and (Westminster) 1905-8, at 
Bow Street from 1908 : 118 Lexham gdns. 
W. ; Carlton club. 

Betinett, engr.-reaj*-adml. Jas. Martin 
Cameron, M.v.o. (4 class'), asst.-engr. 
of " Modeste " during operations in Malay- 
Peninsula, Perak expdn. 1875-6 ; engr.- 
rear-adml. 1908. 

Bennett, John Rose, j.p. (1907) Nor- 
folk : Ashville, Downham Market. 

Bennett, John Ryan, s. of Henrv 
Bennett, of Bedminster, Bristol, j.p. ; b. 
1846 ; m. 1879, Florence R. dau. of Hope 
Smith, of Highbury, N. ; is j.p. (1894) 
Somerset : 3 Upper Belgrave id. Clifton, 

Bennett, Joseph, b.a. Lond., s. of 
Joseph Bennett, of Louth, m.p., j.p. (d. 
1908) ; 6. 1854 ; J.P. (1900) parts of Lind- 
sey. Lines : Deighton Close, Louth, Lines. 

Bennett, Joseph Richd., eld. s. of 
Joseph Bennett, of Chax Hill House, 
Gloucestershire {d. 1865), and grands, of 
maj.-gen. Richd. Legge, ii.i.A. \d. 1834) ; 
b. 1831 ; m. 1858, Annie, dau. of Wm. 
Hartland, of Bury Court, Gloucester- 
shire ; J.P. (1894) Gloucestershire : Chax 
Hill House, Westbury-on-Severn, nr. 
Newnham, Gloucestershire. 

Bennett, Richd., only s. of Wm. 
Bennett, of Wilderswood, Lanes. ; b. 
1849 ; m. 1878, Caroline Rebecca, dau. of 
John Sharpies, of Manchester ; d. l. 
Anglesey (sheriff 1900) : Windham club ; 
Thornby Hall, Northampton ; 6 Victoria 
terr. Beaumaris. 

Bennett, Rowland Nevitt, j.p. (1896) 
Berks : Hidden Cottage, Newtown, 

BennettjThos., s. of John Bennett, of 
Birch Vale, Derbyshire ; b. 1838 ; m. 
1872, dau. of John Hadfield, of Cowbrook, 
Glossop ; J.p. Derbyshire : Birch Vale 
House, nr. Stockport. 

Bennett, Thos. Geo., eld. s. of Thos. 
Bt-nnett, of Saundersfoot, Pembroke- 
shire ; b. 1848 ; m. 1878, Hannah Sarah, 
dau. of Geo. Bennett, of Fishguard, 
Pembrokeshire ; J.p. (1907) Pembroke- 
shire : Fontane House, Fishguard S.O. 

Bennett, Thos. Jewell, o.i.e. (1903), 
s. of late J. T. Bennett, of Wisbech, 
Cambridgeshire ; b. 1852 ; propr. and late 
editor of the " Times of India," Bombay : 
Oriental club ; Harwarton, Speldhurst, 
Tunbridge Wells. 

Bennett, Wm., eld. s. of sir Hy. Ben- 
nett, knt., of Grimsby, Lines., D.L., J.P. 
{d. 1895) ; b. 1854 : m. 1887, only dau. of 
H. J. Farmer-Atkinson, of Woodcote 
Place, Epsom, d.l., j.p. ; mer. and 
shipowner, J.P. Lincolnshire, capt. (hon. 
maj. 1893) 1 vol. battn. Lincolnshire 
regt. 1889-94 : Bank House, Grimsby ; 



Meadow Brow, Grasmere, Westmorland. 

Bennett, Wm. Albert, eld. s. of 
Beujn. Bemiett, of Coleford, Glos ; h. 
1861] ; m. 1896, Susan, 2 dau. of Wm. 
Dawe, of Euardean, Glos ; J. P. (1906) 
Gloucestershire : Joys Green, Ross, 

Bennett, Wm. Edwin, s. of Wm. 
Bennett, of Castle Hill, Dinas Cross, 
Pembrokeshire ; b. 1863; vi. 1889, only 
dau. of Evan Rees, of Ferndale, Glamor- 
gan ; J.P. (1907) Pembrokeshire : Ash 
Grove, Dinas Cross S.O. Pembrokeshire. 

Bennett, sir Wm. Hy., K.c.v.o. (1901), 
F.R.c.s. Eug., eld, s. of Wm. Eras, 
Bennett, of Chilmark, Wilts: b. 1852; 
m. 1882, Isabel, dau. of T. Dickinson, of 
Sloauest., S.W. ; knt. of ^race order of 
St. John of Jerusalem, conimdr. of R. 
order of the Redeemer of Greece : 1 Ches- 
terfield St. Ivlayfair, W. ; Jun. Carlton, 
Automobile and Burlington Eine Arts 

Bennett, mrs. Daniel. Mary E., eld. 
dau. of Uvedale Corbett, of Aston Hall, 
Salop ; ?n. 1847, Daniel Bennett, of 
Earingdon House, Berks, J.P. (d 1887) : 
Earingdon House, Earingdon, Berks. 

Bennett Goldney, Era?., p.s.a., s. of 
Sebastian Evans, m.a., ll.d., by Elizabeth 
Goldney, dau. of Eras. Bennett-Goldney; 
b. 1865 "; J.P. Canterbury (mayor 1905-6 
and 1906-7),Athlone Pursuivant of Arms 
(Ireland) in 1907 : Burlington Eine 
Arts, Savage and Royal Societies clubs ; 
Abbot's Barton, Canterbury ; West 
House, Goodnestone, Dovtr. 

Bennion John Rowe, only s. of late 
J. Bennion; b. 1836; m. 1872, Harriet, 
dau. of W. Topham, of The Limes, 
Cheshire : Nursted House, nr. Patersfield. 

Bennitt, Saml., s, of Joseph Bennitt, 
of Dudley, Worcs. j.p., d.l. ; b. 1832 ; m. 
1860, Harriet, dau.of Wm. Robinson, d.l., 
of Summerhill, Staffs. ; j.P. Worcester- 
shire : Clent House, Harborne, Birming- 

Bennitt, col. Wm. Ward, 2 s. of capt. 
Wm. Bennitt, of Stourton Hall, Worces- 
tershire, D.L., J.P. ; b. 1839 ; m. Augusta 
J. D'A. dau. {d. 1905) of late J. D'A. 
Samuda, of Loudwater, Herts, M.P., d.l. ; 
served with Inniskilling drag, in Boer 
war 1881, commd. an escort with sir 
Evelyn Wood to Zululand ; served in 
Bechuanaland expdn. 1884, ret. p. 1894, 
J.P. Bucks: Army and Navy club; 
Stoke Green House, Slough. 

Benskin, Joseph Clemsoa, eld. s. of 
Joseph Benskin, of Watford, Herts ; 6. 
1844 ; TO. 1881, Selina, dau. of Richard 
Pugh, of Watford, Herts; J.P. (1906) 

Herts : Crooklog House, New Bushey, 

Benson, Arthur Christopher, c.v.o. 
(1907), M.A. Cantab., F.R.Hist.s., s. of 
archbp. (Benson) of Canterbury (d. 
1896); &. 1862; fell. Magdalene Coll. 
Carab., master at Eton coll. 1885-1903 : 
AthenaBum. National and Alpine clubs ; 
The Old Lodge, Magdalene College, 
Cambridge ; Tremans, Horsted Keynes, 
Sussex : Hinton Hall, Haddenham, Isle 
of Ely. 

Benson, Cecil Foster, 2 s. of Wm. 
Benson, of Langtons, Hants ; b. 1857 ; m. 
1881, Constance M., dau. of G. B. O'Neill, 
of 16 Young St. Kensington, W. ; J.P. 
Liberty of Peterborough. 

Benson, gen. Chas. Annesley, 2 s. 
of Wm. Hy. Benson, B.C.S. ; b. 1831 ; 
m. 1, 1861, Grace J., dau. of Mathew 
Sankey, of Bawnmore, co. Cork ; 2, 1883, 
Frances A., dau. of John Vizard, of 
Eerney Hill, Gloucestershire ; Madras 
inf., gen. on U.S. list 1896. 

Benson, Florance John, j.p. (1898) 
Glamorgan : Fairy Hill, Reynoldston 
S.O. Glam. 

Benson, maj.-gen. Eredk. Wm., c.b. 
(1900), 3 s. of late hon. J. R. Benson, 
Canadian Senate ; b. 1849 ; m. 1881, 
Caroline G. J. E., eld. dau. of sir Geo. 
Couper, 2bt., K.c.s.i.,C.b.,c.i.b.; served in 
Canadian mil. during Fenian raid,Canada 
1866, S. African war 1899-1901, in charge 
of administration S. commd. from 1907 : 
Army and Navy club. 

Benson, Godfrey Rathbone, m.a. 
Oxon., s. of late Wm. Benson, of Lang- 
tons, Alresford, Hants, J.P. ; b. 1864 ; jn. 
1897, Dorothea M., dau. of late Roby 
Thoi-pe, of Nottingham; M.P. (l.). Mid 
Oxfordshire 1892-5, j.p. (1907) Staffs. : 
108 Eaton sq.S. W. ; Brooks's club ; Stowe 
House, Lichfield; Balliol College, Oxford. 

Benson, Hy. Thos. ; J.P. (1899) Parts 
of Kesteven, Lines : Market Deeping, 

Benson, maj. Hy. Wightman, D.8.O., 
3 s. of late gen. H. R. Season, C.B. of 
Fairy Hill, Glam. ; b. 1855 ; served in 
S. African war 1899-1902, maj. E. Surr, 
regt. 1S95-1903, ret. p. 1903, J.P. (1906) 
Glamorgan : Naval and Military club ; 
Fairy Hill, Reynoldston S.O. Glam. 

Benson, rev. John Peter, m.a. Oxon, 
s. of rev. J. P. Benson, of Witberidge, 
Devon (c^. 1875) ; b. 1855 ; lord of the 
manor of Bradford Tracey, J.P. (1903) 
Devon, r.d. of S. Molton 1898-1902, 
vicar from 1893 of Witberidge, Mor- 
chard Bishop S.O. Devon. 

Benson, Joseph, s. of Joseph Benson ; 



h. 1843 ; J.P. (1906) co. London : 57 Hill- 
drop rd. N. 

Benson, Lyde Ernest, 4 s. of M. G. 
Benson, of Lutwyche Hall, Salop, D.L., 
J.P. {d. 1871) ; b. 1845 ; m. 1885, Emily 
Harriet, 3 survg. dau. of late rev. F. 
H. Hotham, rect. of Rushbury, Salop ; 
barr. Inner Temple 1872 ; J.P, Salop : 
Jim. Carlton club ; Larden, Much 

Bsnson, Matthew, eld. s. of Matthew 
Benson, of Wigan, Lanes ; b. 1861 ; m. 
1894; J.P. (1908) Lancashii-e : Wynd- 
holme, Wigan. 

Benson, surg.-gen. Percy Hugh, m.b. 
Aberd. ; 6.1852; surg.-gen. 1904. 

Benson, Jialph Beaumont, eld. s. of i 
Ralph Augustus Benson, of Lutwyche 
Hall, Salop, J. p. {d. 1886) ; b. 1862 ; m. 
1886, C. Essex, dau. of rev. R. H. Chol- 
mondeley, rect. of Hodnet ; is J. p. Salop, 
patron of the livings and lord of the 
manors of Hope Bowdler and Easthope, 
capt. Salop yeom. 1891-7 : Carlton club, j 

Benson, (hon.) sir Ralph Sillery,M.A., j 
LL.B. Trin.coll. Dub., s. of Chas. Benson, i 
M.D.,of Fitzwilliam sq. Dublin ; b. 1851 ; I 
m. 1876, Fanny C. A., dau. of rev. W. 
rrilbert-Cooper, M.A., chapln. Indian 
Ecclesiastical Est.; I.C.S. from 1873, 
vice-chancUr. Madras Univ. 1905, a judge 
of high court of judicature in Madras 
from 1896 ; knighted 1906 : Madras. 

Benson, Robt. Seymour, only s. of 
Robt. Braitliwaite Benson, of Sc. Mary 
Church, Drivon ; b. 1858 ; m. 1895, 
Lilian Dora, dau. of Theodore Crf wdson, 
J. P., of Norcliffe Hall, Cheshire; J. p. 
(1905) CO. Durham : Riverside, Middle- 
ton St. Gfeorge S.O. co. Durham. 

Benson, col. Starling Meux, eld. s. of 
late gen. Hy. Roxby Benson, C.B., of 
Fairy'Hill, Cilara ; b. 1846 ; m. 1, 1868, 
Elizabeth, dau. {d. 1902) of late A. Tawke, 
of The Lawn, Rochford,Essex, D.L., J.P.; 
2, 1908, Eleanor, youngest dau. and co- 
heir of late R. Surtees, of Hamsterley 
Hall, CO. Durham, and widow of 5 vise. 
Gort {d. 1902) ; It. -col. 17 Lancers 1886- 
92, col. 1890, ret. 1897, J.P. Glamorgan: 
15 Grosvenor gdns. S.W. ; United Ser- 
vice and Naval and Military clubs ; Fairy 
Hill, Reynoldston 8.0. Glam. ; East 
Covves Castle, I. of W. ; Hamsterley 
Hall, Rowlands Gill,Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Banson, Thos, b.a. • antab., eld. s. 
of Jotin Benson, of Clifton, Gloucester- 
shire ; b. 1846; LC S. (N. W. Prov. and 
Oudh) 1868-96, ret. 1896, j.p. (1905) 
Devon : E. I. United Service club ; 
Egremont, Tavistock. 
Benson, Thos., sen., j.p. (1906) co 

Durham : Shield Row Hall, Stanley 
S Durham. 

Benson, Thos. Walter, eld. s. of late 
Wm. Benson, of Allerwash, Northumb. 
(d. 1882) ; J. P., O.A. Northumberland: 
Constitutional club ; Allerwash, Four- 
stones, Northumb. 

Benson, (his honor judge) Wm. Den- 
man, B.A. Oxon,2 8. of gen. Hy. Roxby 
Benson, C.B., of Fairy Hill, Swansea ; b. 
1848 ; m. 1876, Jane, 2 dau. of Thomas 
Penrice, of Kilvrough, Swansea ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1874, J.p. (1880) Glamor- 
ganshire, judge of county courts (circuit 
No. 13, Sheffield ifec.) from 1907: 10 
William st. Lowndes sq. S.W. ; 3 King's 
Bench walk. Temple, E.C. ; The Club, 
Norfolk St. Sheffield. 

Bent, Baldwin Harry, J.P. Lancashire 
and W. R. Yorks : Goodworth House, 
Glatford, Andover. 

Bent, Buckley, s. of Buckley Bent, 
of Dobcross; b. 1833; m. 1863, dau. of 
John Bradbury, of Brown Hill, Saddle- 
worth ; J.P. W. R. Yorks : Dobcross, 
via Oldham. 

Bent, hon. sir Thos., K.c.M.G. (1908), 
premier, treas. and min. of railws. Vic- 
toria, Australia, 190- : Melbourne, Vic- 
toria, Aust. 

Bentall, Edmund Ernest, s. of Edwd. 
Hammond Bentall, of Heybridge, Essex, 
M.P. (d. 1898) ; b. 1855; m. 1886, Maude 
Alice, dau. of W. Chas. Miller, of Liver- 
pool ; J.P. (1900) Essex, It. Army Motor 
res. from 1906 : The Towers, Maldon, 

Benthall, Ernest, eld. survg. s. of late 
Edwd. Benthall, of Sherborne, Dorset, 
J.p. ; b. 1843 ; m. 1876, Jane Rogers, eld. 
dau. of late Wm. Price, m.r.c.s., of Glan 
Twrch, Brecknockshire, J.P. ; J.P. Breck- 
nockshire and Glamorganshire : Glan 
Twrch, Ystalyfera, Swansea Valley, 
Glam. ; Primrose club. 

Bentliam, insp.-gen. Robt., R.N., 
L.R.C.P., L.R.c.s. Edin., dep. insp.-gen.of 
hosp. and fleets 1901-7, ret. list 1907 as 
hon. insp.-gen. 

3 bro. of 6 duke of Portland ; b. 1868 ; 
m. 1897, Cicely M. (lady of grace, order 
of St. John of Jerusalem), youngest dau. 
of Seymour Grenfell,of Elibdnk,Taplow ; 
served iu S. African war 1899-1900, capt. 
and brevet maj. 9 lancers from 1900, 
adjr. R. Gloucestershire Huss. I. Y. 
1901-4, instr. Cavalry School 1904-5, 
ret. p. 1900 : 3 Grosvenor sq. W. ; 
Scopwick, Lincoln. 

Bentinck, Chas. Hy., 2 s. of count 
Hy. Chas. A. F. W. Aldenburg Bentinck 



{d. 1903) ; h. 1879; attache 1904, 3 sec 
in diplomatic service from 19ii6. 

Bentinck, lord Fras. M. Dallas Caven- 
dish, 2 8. of 6 duke of Portland ; h. 1900. 

Bentinck, Fredk. Cavendish, m.a. 
Cantab, F.S.A., 2 s. of rt. hon. G-, A. F. 
Cavendish Bentinck, of Brownsea 
Island, Dorset, p.c, M.P., j.p, {d. 1891) ; 
h. 1856 ; m. 1887, Rnth St. Maur ; barr. 
Lincoln's Inn 1879, j.p. Dorset : 78 
Harley st. W- ; 4 Paper bldgs. Temple, 
E.G. ; Morton's House, Corfe Castle, 

Bentinck, Henry Aldenburg, b.a. 
Oxon, only s. of C. A. Bentinck, of 
Indio, Devon, j.p. {d. 1891) ; h. 1852 ; 
m. 1890, Alma, eld, dau. of adml. lord 
Clarence Paget ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 
1877, D.L. Norfolk, j.p. (1906) Devon : 
60 Cadogan sq. S.W. ; Arthur's and 
United University clubs ; Indio, Bovey 
Tracey, Devon. 

Bentinck, lord Henry Cavendish, eld. 
bro. of 6 duke of Portland ; h. 1863 ; m. 
1892, lady Olivia C. A. (lady of grace, 
order of St. John of Jerusalem), only 
survg. child and heiress of Thomas, late 
earl of Bective, b. 1869 ; d.l., j.p. West- 
morland, served with Impl. yeom.. S. 
African war 1900, lt.3 battn. (mil.) Derby- 
shire regt. 1881-6, maj. (hon. It.-col. 
1906) Derbyshire yeo. from 1901, hon. 
col. 2 (Westmorland) vol. battn. Bord. 
regt. 1893; M.p. (c.) N.W. Norfolk 
1886-92, S. Nottingham 1895-1906: 63 1 
G-rosvenorst.W.; Carlton club ; Underley 
Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale. 

Bentinck, count Wm. Chas. Philip 
Otho Aldenburg, 2 s. of It. -gen. Chas.A. F. 

Bentley, It.-col. Alfred Wilson, j.P. 
(1899) Herts and Middlx : The Grove, 
Hadley, Barnet. 

Bentley, Fredk. Wm.; j.p. (1907) 
W. R. rorks : Rein Wood, Huddersfield. 

Bentley, Jas. Wm., 3 s. of late John 
Skipwith Bentley, of Knottingley,York8 ; 
h. 1850 ; m. 1882, Helena, only dau. of 
late Mark Stain sby, of Knottingley ; J.P. 
(1893) W.R. Yorks: Quarry House, 
Knottingley, Yorks. 

Benton, Chas. Hy., s. of Geo. Benton, 
of Stretford, Lanes ; b. 1869 ; m. 1891, 
E-^ther, dan. of Alex. Hodges, of Shrop- 
shire ; J.p. (1903) Cheshire : The Terrace, 

Benton, John, c.i.e. (1902), m.i.c.e., 
8. of late John Benton ; b. 1850 ; ?/i.l885, 
Margaret F., dau. of ex-provosL Dick, of 
Rothes, Morayshire; Indian Public 
works dept. 1873, suptg. engr. Mandalay 
1897-1902, chief eagr. and sec. to Gov. 
Irrigation branch. Public works dept. 
1902-5, insp.-gen. of Irrigation from 
1906 : Public Works Dept. Calcutta. 

Benton, John Smith,j.p.(1906) Kent: 
2 King Edward rd. Rochester ; National 
Liberal club. 

Benyon, Jas. Herbert, only s. of Jas. 
Fellowes, of Kingston House, Dorset, 
D.L., J.p. {d. 1889); b. 1849; m. 1875, 
Edith Isabel, dau. of sir J. W. Walrond, 
1 bart. ; barr. Inner Temple 1875, d.l., 
J.P. Dorset Csheriff 1892), j.p. B^rks. 
(lord lieut. from 1901), pres. Berks Terri- 
torial Force Assoc, from 1908, assumed 
by Royal licence name of Benyon in lieu 
of Fellowes 1897: 35 Pont st. S.W.; 

count Bentinck' {d. 1864), by Caroline I ^nglefie^ld House, nr. Reading, Berks. 
M., eld. dau. (d. 1899) of Chas., reigning | Benyon, It.-col. Joseph Spencer, 3 s, 
count of Waldeck and Pyrmont ; 6. 1 of Thos. Benyon, of Gledhow Hall 
1848 ; m. 1877, baroness Mary C, dau. I Yorks ; b. 1843 ; m. 1880, Ida Mabel 

and co-heir of Chas. baron de Heeckeren 
de Wassenaer ; attache at Berlin 1871-2, 
at the Hague 1872-3, temp, attached to 
Embassy at Paris July 16 to Nov. 6, 
1872, 3 sec. in diplomatic service 1873-7. 
Bentinck, Wm. Geo. Cavendish, eld. 
s. of rt. hon. G. A. F.Cavendish Bentinck, 
of Brownsea Island, Dorset, M.P., p.c, 
j.p. {d. 1891) ; b. 1854 : m. 1880, Elizabeth, 
dan. of Maturin Livingston, of Staals- 
burg. New York : capt. 3 battn. (mil.) 

dau. of Hugh Astley, of Easdeigh. 
Wilts; It.-col. 5 lancers, ret. 1884; j.p. 
(1908) Northants : Islip House, Thrap- 

Benyon, Wm. Hy., f.r.g.s, ; m. dau. 
of A. Allan, of Montreal, Canada ; late 
23 foot, j.p (1872) Liberty of Ripon : 
Army and Navy club. 

Benyon, mrs. Elizabeth M.,2 dau. of R. 
Clutterbuck, of Watford House, Herts ; 
m. 1858, Ricbard Benyon, of Englefield 

Dorset regt. 1882-4, a trustee of the ' House, Berks ; M.p. (c.) Berks 1860-76 ; 
British Museum from 1891, j.p. (1896) I D.L., JA\{d. 1897) : 18 Grosvenor sq. W. 
Hants, M.p. (c.) Penryn and Falmouth I Berens, Alex. Aug.,s. of 0. A.Berens; 
1886-95 : 5 Richmond terr. Whitehall, ' b. 1842 ; m. 1866, Louise W., dau. of rev. 
S.W.; Carlton and White's clubs. I Edwd. Stewart, of Sparsholt, nr. Win- 

Bentinck, lady Victoria Alexandrina Chester ; j.p. Northants, capt. (hon. maj. 
Violet Cavendish, only dau. of 6 duke of : 1886) 3 and 4 battns. (mil.) Northants 
Portland ; b. 1890. i regt. 1874-88 ; ret. as maj. : White's and 



New University clubs ; Castlemead, 

Berens, Richd. Benyon, M.A.Oxon,eld. 
s. of R. B. Berens, of Keviagton, Kent 
(d. 1859) ; b. 1834 ; m. 1860, Fanny G., 
dau. of A. Atherton Park, master of 
common pleas ; D.L., J. P. Kent (sheriff 
1893) : Oxford and Cambridge club ; 
Kevington, St. Mary Cray, Kent. 

Beresford, vide Massy-Beresford. 

Beresford, vide Pack-Beresford. 

Beresford (his honor, Judge), Cecil 
Hugh Wriothesley, b.a. Cantab., 2 s. of 
Wm. Beresford, late judge of county 
courts ; b. 18 — ; barr. Middle Temple 
1875, J.P. (1894) Somerset, Barnstaple 
and Gt. Torrington, county court judge 
(circuit No. 28) Mid Wales 1891-3, 
(circuit No. 57) DevoQ and Somerset 
from 1893 : The Hall, Wear Gilford, nr. 
Bideford, Devon. 

Beresford, adml. lord Charles 
Wm. de la Poer, G.c.v.o. (1906), k.C.b. 
(1903), F.R.C.I., 2 s. of 4 marq. of 
Waterford ; b. 1846 ; m. 1878, Mina, 
eld. dau. of Rd. Gardner, m.p. ; 
served at attack on forts at Alexandria, 
1882, 3 class Medjidie, naval a.d.c. to 
gen. lord Wolseley (commanding forces 
in Egypt) 1884-5, in Soudan expdn. 
1885 ; M.P. (c.) CO. Waterford 1874-80, E. 
Marylebone 1885-9, York city 1898-1900, 
Woolwich 1902-3, a naval lord of the 
admiralty 1886-8, apptd. to commd. of 
H.M.S. " Undaunted," Nov. 1889, a.d.c. 
to Queen Victoria in 1897, 2 in commd. 
in the Mediterranean 1900-2, commdr.- 
in-chief of Channel squadrnn 1903-5, on 
Mediterranean station 1905-6, of the 
Channel fleet from 1906, adml. 1906 : 
Portsmouth; Carlton and United Service 
clubs ; Coombe Cottage, Coombe 
Warren, Kingston Hill, Surrey. 

Beresford, maj.-gen. Geo. de la Poer, 
s. of rev. Geo. de la Poer Beresford, of 
Fenagh, co. Leitrim ; b. 1830 ; m. 1865, 
Hester Beatrice, dau. of rev. Robt. Bury, 
of Carrigrenane, co. Cork, and widow of 
capt. Eras. Fox; late a.a.q. Madras, 
ret. f. p. 1881 as It.-coL, M.S.C. : 203 
Knightsbridge, S.W. ; Naval and Mili- 
tary club. 

Beresford, hon. Heury Wm. Walter 
Horsley-, 4 s. of 3 baron Decien ; b. 1876 ; 
m. 1904, Constance, widow of Michael 
Levenston ; served in S. African war 
1901, hon. capt. in the army 1901, capr. 
4 battn. (mil.) Notts and Derby regt. 
1901-6. 2 It. 13 huss. in 1897, emplyd. 
with Bi it. S.African Police 1897-1900: 
New club. 

Beresford, maj.-gen. John Beresford; 

b. 1828 ; m. dau. of B. Sayile, M.A., Shil- 
lingford, Devon ; in Punjaub campaign 
1848-9, ret. f.p. as It.-col. B.S.C. 1877, J.P. 
CO. Londonderry, assumed by deed poll 
name of Beresford in lieu of Smyly 1888: 
Craig Dhu Varren and Glena Moyle 
Lodge, CO. Londonderry. 

Beresford, maj. hon. John Grahame 
Hope Horsley-, D.s.o. (1904), 2 s. of 3 
baron Deciea ; b. 1866 ; heir pres. to his 
bro., maj. 7 huss. from 1903 and adjt. 
1892-6, served with Matabeleland relief 
force 1896. S. African war 1900-2, Somali- 
land 1902-3 

Beresford, John Stuart, c.i.e. (1900), 
s. of Thos. Beresford ; b. 1845 ; m. 1872, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Wm. Quinton ; Indian 
Public works dept. 1867-1900, chief engr. 
and sec. to govc, Punjab 1896-1900, 
joint sec. govt, of India and insp.-gen. 
of Irrigation 1898, ret. 1900 : E. 1. United 
Service club. 

Beresford, lord Marcus Talbot de la 
Poer, M.v.o. (4 class), 4 s. of 4 marq. of 
Waterford ; b. 1848 ; m. 1895, Louisa K., 
eld. dau. of maj-gen. Chas. Ridley ; late 
7 huss. ; extra equei'ry to the King and 
manager of his Majesty's thoroughbred 
stud from 1902 : Bishopsgate, Staines. 

Beresford, It.-gen.Mostyn de la Poer, 
eld. 8. of late rt. hon. Wm. Beresford ; b. 
1835 ; served with 72 Highrs. in Crimea 
and Indian mutiny ; It.-col. 72 Highrs. 
1872-7, ret. p. 1887, col. Seaforth Highrs. 
from 1907 : Army and Navy club ; Wol- 
sey House, East Moleaey S.O. Surrey. 

Beresford, hon. (Seton) Robt. de la 
Poer Horsley-, 3 s. of 3 baron Decies ; 
b. 1868 ; m. 1899, Delia, dau. (who 
obtained a div. 1908) of Daniel 
O'SuUivan, of co. Kerry, Ireland ; served 
in S. Africa 1900 as special war corre- 
spondent. It. 4 battn. (mil.) Derbyshire 
regt. 1890-4 : 10 Hyde Park gate, S.W. ; 
Wellington club. 

Beresford, hon. Wm. Arthur Hors- 
ley-, 5 s. of 3 Vjaron Decies ; b. 1878 ; m. 
1901, Florence, dau. of Gardner L. Miller, 
of Providence, R. I., U.S.A.; served in 
Roberts' Horse at Kimberley and Paar- 
deberg : Bowness Ranche, Calgary, 
Alberta, Canada. 

Beresford, lord Wm. Mostyn de la 
Poer, 2 s. of 6 marq. of Waterford ; b. 

Beresford, lady Blanche Maud de la 
Poer, b. 1898 ; lady Katherine Nora de 
la Poer, b. 1899 ; lady Beatrix Patricia 
de la Poer, b. 1902 ; daus. of 6 marq. of 

Beresford, hon. mrs. Caroline Amelia, 
youngest dau. of 1 baron Dcnman ; b. 



1823 ; m. 1846, rev. John Geo. Beresford, 
late rect. of Bedale, Yorks {d. 1899) : Ash 
Tree Cottage, Mirfield, Yorks. 

Beresford-Ash, col. Wm. Randal 
Hamilton, eld. survg. s. of John Barre 
Beresford, of Learraount Park, co. Lon- 
donderry, D.L., j.p. {d. 1895), by Caroline, 
only child {d. 1901) and heir of Wm. 
and lady Elizabeth Hamilton Ash, of 
Ashbrook; b. 1859; m. 1886, lady 
Florence, 3 dau. of 5 marq, of Sligo, b. 
1863 ; assumed by royal licence addtl. 
name of Ash 1901, served in Burmese 
expdn. 1885-6, Hazara expdn. 1891, S. 
African war 1899-1901, It.-col. R. Welsh 
Fus. 1904-8, brevet col. 1907, ret. p. 1908, 
D.L. CO. Londonderry: Naval and Military 
club ; Ashbrook, nr. Londonderry. 

Beresford-Hope, Philip Beresford, 
eld. s. of rt. hoa. A. J. Beresford-Hope, 
of Bedgebury Park, Kent, M.P., D.L., J.P. 
(d. 1887), by dau. of 2 marq.of Salisbury ; 
b. 1851 ; m. 1883, Evelyn, dau. (d. 1900) 
of gen. Frost, of St, Louis, Missouri, 
U.S. ; J.P. Kent, lord of the manor of 
Beresford Hall, Staffs, capt. (hon. maj. 
1895) W. Kent yeom. 1891-8 : 2 Cumber- 
land mansions, Ui^per George st. W. ; 
Carlton and Turf clubs. 

Beresford-Peirse, maj. Hy. Bernard 
de la Poer, D.s.o. (1900), b.a. Oxon., eld. 
s. of sir Hy. Monson de la Poer Beres- 
ford-Peirse, 3 bart. by dau. of 3 earl of 
Bandon ; b. 1875; m. 1904, lady Mabel 
Marjorie, 2 dau. of 3 earl Cawdor, b. 
1876 ; served in S. African war 1900-1 
with Impl. yeom., hon. maj. in the army 
1901, late It. Yorkshire Huss. I. Y., j.p. 
(1902) N. R. Yorks : Elmhurst, Hereford. 

Beresford-Peirse, sir Henry Monson 
de la Poer, 3 bart. (1814), nephew of 2 
bart. {d. 1873) ; b. 1850 ; m. dau. (d. 1884) 
of 5 earl of Bandon ; J. P., D.L. N. R. 
Yorks ; It. 1 vol. battn. Yorks regt. 
1878-85 (Heir, s. maj. la P., q.v.) : 
Carlton club : Aiskew House, Aiskew, 

Berg-er, maj. -gen. Ernest Archibald, 
s. of l-ite L. Berger, of Reigate ; b. 
1839 ; m. 1867, Margaret C, dau. 
(d. 1893) of Thos. Brereton, r.m., of 
Ratburless, Nenagh. co. Tipperary ; It.- 
col. commdg. (col. 1885) 2 battn. Lincoln- 
shire regt. 1881-6, ret. p. 1886 : Panmure, 
Penny st. Portsmouth. 

Bergrer, Samuel Sharp, only s. of 
Henry Berger, of 30 Cleveland sq. W. ; 
b. 1850 ; m. 1876, Emma, dau. of Richd. 
Wheen, of 104 Lancaster gate, W. ; is 
J.P. Herts : 27 Gloucester sq. W. ; 
Constitutional club ; Bragbury, Kneb- 
worth, Herts. 

Bergrne, sir (John) Henry Q., k.c.b. 
(1903), K.C.M.G. (1888), s. of late J. 

B. Bergne, of the Foreign Office ; b. 
1842; m. 1878, Mary ^ Court, dau. of 
late rev. S. B. Bergne ; supertdt. of treaty 
dept. of Foreign Office 1881-93, chief of 
the commercial dept. 1894-1902, H.M.'s 
Pleny. for signature of International 
copyright convention 1886, Industrial 
property convention 1900, and sugar 
bounties convention 1902, and emplyd. 
on several special missions abroad, actg. 
sec. of leg. in diplomatic serv. 1887, ret. 

1902, apptd. in 1903 Brit, delegate to 
perm. International comm. at Brussels 
under sugar bounties convention : 13 
Pembroke rd. W. ; St. James', Authors' 
and Alpine clubs. 

Bergne-Coupland, Alex. Hugh, s. of 
Rd. Coupiand Bergne-Coupland, of Skel- 
lingthorpe Hall, Lincs.jD.L., J.P. {d. 1895); 
b. 1871 ; 7)1. 1905, Dorothy, 4 dau. of rev. 

C. H. K. Long, vicar of Swinderby, 
Lincoln ; J.P. (1903) Parts of Kesteven, 
Lines. : Skellingthorpe Hall, Lincoln. 

Berington, Wm., eld. s. of Chas. 
Michael Berington, of Little Malvern, 
Worcs. D.L., J.P. {d. 1897) ; b. 1873 ; m. 

1903, Katie Wilhelmina, eld. dau. of 
Wm. Purcell, of Beaulieu, South Nor- 
wood and SaUillo, Mexico ; J.P. (1899) 
Worcestershire, hon. capt. in the army 
1903, capt. 5 battn. (mil.) Worcester- 
shire regt. 1900-5 : Little Malvern Court, 
Malvern Wells. 

Berkeley, 8 earl of (1679,Kng.).Randal 
Thos. Mowbray Berkeley, only child of 7 
earl {d. 1888) ; b. 1865 ; m. 1887, Kate 
(d. 1898), widow of Arthur Jackson ; 2nd 
tit. vise. Dursley, It. R.N. ret. 1887 : Army 
and Navy club ; Foxcombe, Boar's Hill, 
Wootton, Berks. 

Berkeley, It-col. Edmund Hy., 4 s. of 
late Chas. Berkeley, youngest bro. of 
late Wm. Berkeley, of Cotheridge Court, 
Worcestershire ; 6. 1844 ; m. 1881, Lucy 
Sophia, 3 dau. of late Geo. Churchill, of 
Alderholt Park, Dorset ; is j.p. (1895) 
Somerset, maj. Dorset regt. ret. p. 1883 
with hon. rank of It-col. : Army and 
Navy, and Roy .Dorset Yacht clubs ; West 
Coker House, nr. Yeovil, Somerset. 

Berkeley, Ernest J as. Lennox, c.B. 
(1897), s. of Geo. Rawdon Lennox Ber- 
keley ■,b. 1857 ; m. 1897, Nelly, dau. of late 
sir Jas. C. Harris, knt., British consul at 
Nice, France ; consul at Zanzibar 1886-95, 
commr. and consul-gen. for the Pro- 
tectorate of Uganda and the adjoin- 
ing territories 1895-9, consul- gen. at 
Tunis from 1899 : British Consulate 



General, Tunis, N. Africa ; Travellers' 

Berkeley, Geo. FitzHardinge, eld. s. 
of maj. Berkeley ; b. 1870 ; m. 1899, 
Cara Isabel, dau. of Jas. Mason, of 
Eynsham Hall, Oxou ; j.p. (190G) Ox- 
fordshire : Hanwell Castle, nr. Banbury. 

Berkeley, sir Hy. Spencer, k.c, 3 s. 
of late hon. T. B. Hardtman Berkeley, 
C.M.G., of Shadwell, St. Kitts; b. 18oi ; 
m. 1878, Katharine, dau. of Fredk. Slater 
Cassin, of Gray's Hill, Antigua ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1873, c.J. of Fiji and 
chief judicial commr. for W. Pacific 
1889-1902, A.G. of Hong Kong 1902-7, 
K.c. Hong Kong 1906 ; knighted 1896 : 
Jun. Carlton club. 

Berkeley, maj. -gen. Jas. Cavan, C.I.B.. 
s. of gen. S. H. Berkeley ; b. 1839 ; m. \\ 
I860, Anna Sophia, dau. {d. 1886) of capt. 
Middlecoat, Madras artill. ; 2, 1892,Maud, 
youngest dau. of W. Tomlinson, p.r.a.s., 
of York and Sandown. I. of W. ; resident 
Gwalior 1883, Kashmir 1884, Nepal 1885, 
agent to the gov.-gen. Baroda 1886-7 : 
United Service club ; Rahere, The 
Avenue, Branksome Park, Bournemouth. 

Berkeley, John Fras.. j.p. (190(5) 
Lancashire : Leagrim Hall, nr, Preston, 

Berkeley, Maurice Hy,, 2 s, of Robt. 
Berkeley, of Spetchley Park, Worcs, 
D.L., j,p. {d. 1897), by dau. of 3 earl of 
Kenmare ; 6. 1 856 ; D.L., J.P. (1898) Wor- 
cestershire, served in S. Africa 1901-2, 
late capt. and hon, maj, 6 battn, (mil.) 
"Worcestershire regt. : Jun, Constitu- 
tional club ; Dursley, Malvern. 

Berkeley, Robt, Valentine, f,s. a., eld, 
s, of Robt, Berkeley, of Spetchley, Wore, 
D.L., J.p. {d. 1897). by dau, of 3 earl of 
Kenmare ; b. 1853 ; m. 1891, Rose, dau, of 
Fredk .Willmott, of Warley Place, Essex ; 
D.L., J.P., c,C. Worcestershire, maj. 
Worcestershi'B mil. (ret.) : Windham 
and Jun, Carlton clubs ; Spetchley Park, 

Berkeley, Rowland Comyns, s, of 
rev. Wm, Comyns Berkeley, of Cothe- 
ridge Court, Worcs, {d. 1886) ; b. 1845 ; 
m. 1880, Mildred C. P,, adopted child of 
rev. C, J. Sale, rect. of Holt, Worcs, 
and 3 dau. of late rev. A, Paris, rect, 
of Ludgvan, Cornwall; patron of Cothe- 
ridge : Cotheridge Court, Worcester. 

Berkeley, Cecile, countess of, dau, of 
count Edouard de Melfort ; m. 1, 1851, 
as his 2 wife, adml. hon. sir Fleetwood 
B. R. Pellew, w.c.H,, c.b, (div. 1869) ; 2, 
1860, 7 earl of Berkeley {d. 1888). 

Berkeley (rt, hon,) lady (16 baro- 

ness 1421, Eng,) Eva Mary Foley, only 
child of Louisa M,, 15 baroness Berkeley 
(in her own right) (c?. 1899) and maj.- 
gen. G. H. L. Milman, r.a. (ret,) ; 
b. 1875 ; barony confirmed by letters 
patent 1893, co-heiress to barony of 
Braos(; of Gower and heir gen. to earl- 
dom of Ormonde (Irel,): wWemaj. Frank 
Wigram Foley, u.s.o. 

Berkeley, lady Mary Catherine, dau. 
of 3 earl of Kenmare, b. 1829 ; m. 1861, 
Robt, Berkeley, of Spetchley Park, 
Worcs, D.L,, J.P. (d. 1897), 

Berks, archdn. of (Oxf,)j vide yen. 
Wm. M. G. Ducat. 

Bemal, Frederic,c.M.G, (1891), young- 
est s. of Ralph Bernal, many years chair- 
man of committees of House of Com- 
mons ; b. 1828 ; m, 1850, Charlotte 
Augusta, dau, {d. 1903) of late J, 
Brewster Cozens, of Woodham Mortimer 
Lodge, Maldon, Essex ; H. B. M.'s con- 
sul at Madrid 1854-8, at Carthagena, S, 
America 1858-60, at Baltimore 1860-66, 
and at Havre 1866-83, and consul-general 
there 1883-96 : 94 Cheriton rd. Folke- 
stone ; Radnor (Folkestone) and R,Y,S. 
(hony.) clubs. 

Bernard, vide Higgins Bernard. 

Bernard, vise, (title which would be 
borne by eld. s., if any living, of earl 

Bernard, Arthur Fras., s. of late W. 
H, Bernard, of Combe Raleigh, Devon ; 
b. 1850; m. 1877, Mary L., only dau. of 
maj. -gen. sir C. D'Oyly, 9 bart. ; late 23 
foot, maj. (hon. It.-col. 1891) W.Somerset 
yeom. 1886-92, lord of the manors of 
Combe Raleigh and Luppitt, Devon and 
Heathfield, Somerset; J.P, Devon: 
Naval and Military club ; CombeRaleigh, 

Bernard, Arthur Mountague, b.a, 
Oxon, younger s, of late rev. Thos. 
Dehany Bernard, of High Hall, Wira- 
borne, Dorset ; b. 1851 ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1878, J.P., c.A. Suffolk: Athen- 
aeum club ; Copdock, Ipswich. 

Bernard, Edmund Bowen, s, of late 
Wm. Dallas Bernard, dep. commiss.-gen. 
Ceylon ; b. 1854 ; m. 1883, Arabella M.,eld. 
dau, of late Benjn. Piercy, of March wiel 
Hall, Denbighshire, J.P,; J.P. (1901) 
Hants : Snakemoor, Botley, Hants. 

Bernard, Edward J. B. Morrogh-, eld. 
s. of John Morrogh (-Bernard), D.L,, 
J,P. {d. 1866), by only dau. {d. 1888) and 
heiress of Joseph Blount, of Tarrant 
House, Hants ; 6. 1843 ; m. 1880, Matilda 
A. W,, eld. dau. of S, J. Brown, of 
Loftus Hill, Yorks; j.p, co. Kerry 



(sheriff 1870) : Fahagh Court, Beaufort, 
CO. Kerry. 

Bernard, rev. canon Edwd. Russell, 
M.A Oxon., eld. son of rev. canon T. D. 
Bernard ; b. 1842 ; m. 1878, Ellen I^ eld. 
dau. of Wm. Nicholson, of Basing I*ark, 
Hants ; canon res. of Salisbury from 
1889, chancellor of the Cathl. from 1894, 
hon. chaplain to Queen Victoria 1899- 
1901, to the King from 1901 : The Close, 
Salisbury ; Higli Hall, Wimborne. 

Bernard, col. Edgar Edwin, c.M.G. 
(1906), a Pasha of Egypt, eld. s. of col. 
count Bernard; b. 1866 ; m. 1893, Beatrice 
Mary, dau. of Edwd. Carrington Wright, 
j.p. ; served in Ashaiiti expdn. 1895-6, | 
Nile expdn. 189«, It. -col. 1907, A.S.C., 
fin. sec. to Sudan govt, from 1900, \ 
granted local rank of col. 1907 whilst 
emplyd. with Egyptian army : Khar- 
toum, Soudan, Egypt ; United Service 

Bernard, Eras. Tyringham Higgins, 
s. of Joseph Napier Higgins, Q.c, J.p. 
(d. 1899), by dau. and co-heiress of sir 
Thos. Tj'ringham Bernard, 6 and last 
bart. of Winchendon Priory, Bucks ; b. 
1864; m. 1897, Evelyn Georgiana, eld. 
dau. of Philip J. D. Wykeham, of Ty- 
throp House, Oxon ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 
1899, J.P. Bucks, capt. R. Bucks huss. 
veom. 1889-94, niaj. 18 Middlx. R.V. 
1902-5, maj. 3 battn. (mil.) Oxford l.t. 
1905-8, assumed by deed-poll addtl. 
name of Bernard 1897 : White's and | 
Boodle's clubs ; Uhearsley Hill, Ajdes- 

Bernard, John Mackay,,f.r.s.e., 
F.R.s.G.s., younger s. of late Thos. Ber- 
nard, of Holme Honse, Haddingtonshire ; 
6. 1857 ; m. 1888, Ellen Anne, youngest 
dau. of late Edmund Thos. Wedgwood 
Wood, of Henley Hall, Salop ; merab. of 
council of Meteorological Soc. of Scot- 
land, master mariner, commr. of income 
tax, Royal Scottish archer.-^, King's Body 
Guard for Scotland, j.p. Perthshire and 
Haddingtonshire:Windham and Boodle's 
clubs ; Dunsinnan, Perth. 

Bernard, Percy Brodrick, b.a. Oxon 
eld. s. of rt. rev. the hon. Charles Brodrick 
Bernard, d.d. {d. 1890), bp. of Tuam, 
uncle of the earl of Ban don), by only 
survivg. dau. of late Percy Evans-Freke, 
and sis. of 7 baron Carbery ; b. 1844 ; m. 1, 
dau. of late J. N. Lane, King's Bromley, 
Staffs ; 2, 1880, Mary Lissey, only dau. 
{d. 1898) of late Denis Kirwan, of Castle 
Hacket, co. G^lway ; 3, 1900, Evangalme, 
4 dau. of late Henry Hoare, of Staple- 
hurst, Kent J J.P. (1866) co. Cork, j.p., d.l. 

CO. Galway ; late capt. 3 battn. (mil.) R. 
Munster fus. ; M.P. (c.) Bandon in 1880, 
heir pres. to earldom of Bandon : Carl- 
ton and Kildare Street (Dublin) clubs ; 
Castle Hacket, Tuam and Collegnes, 
Booters Town, co. Dublin. 

Bernard, lady Louisa, b. 1841 ; lady 
EmUy, b. 1843 ; lady Emma, b. 1844 ; 
daus. of 3 earl of Bandon : 78 Chester 
sq. S.W. 

Bernard, lady, — Susan Capel, dau. of 
late rev. Richi. Tawney, of Willoughby, 
Warwickshire ; m. 1862, sir Chas. Edwd. 
Bernard, K.C.S.I., '-hief commr. of B. 
Burma 1880-7 {d. 1901) : Bramham 
House, Camberley, Surrey. 

Bernays, Adolphus Vaughan, j.p. 
(1907) Warwickshire : The Gables, Soli- 
hull. Birmingham. 

Bemers, (rt. hon.) lady (7 baroness, 
1465, Eng.). Emma Harriet, dau. of late 
rev. the hon. Robt. Wilson, and niece of 
6 baron (d. 1871) ; m. 1853, sir Henry 
Tho^. Tyrwhitt, 3 bart. {d. 1894) ; Heir, 
s. hon. sir Raymond R. Tyrwhitt- 
v^ilson, 4 bt., q.v. : Ash well Thorpe, 

Bemers, Charles Hugh, only s. of 
capt. Hugh Bemers, R.N., of Woolver- 
stone Park, Suffolk {d. 1891) b. 1842 ; m. 
1867, Mary, youngest dau. of sir Ralph 
Anstruther, 4 bart. ; D.L., j.p. Suffolk 
(sheriff 1896), high steward of Harwich, 
knt. of grace of order of St. John of 
Jerusalem : 42 Lennox gdns. S.W. ; 
Carlton and Travellers' clubs ; Woolver- 
stone Park, Ipswich. 

Berners, John Anstruther, eld. s. of 
Chas. Hugh Berners, of Woolverstone 
Park, Suffolk, D.L.,J.P.,by Mary, young- 
est dau. of sir Ralph Anstruther, 4 
bart. ; b. 1869 ; rn. 1893, Ethel Cbarlotte 
j 5 dau. of Lawrence Jas. Baker, of Otter- 
I shaw Park, Surrey ; j.p. (1905) Suffolk, 
late It. 1 drag. gds. : Hellesdon House, 

Berney, Augustus, 4 but only survg.s. 
of Thos. Trench Berney, of Morton Hall, 
Norfolk {d. 1869); b. 1831; m. 1858, 
Matilda Lavinia, dau. of col. John Geo. 
Nathl. Gibbes ; lord of the manor and 
patron of Bracon Ash : Bracon Hall,| 

Berney, sir Thos. Reedham, 10 bart. 
(1620), eld. s. of capt. Thos. Hugh Berney 
[d. 1900) and grands, of 9 bart. (d 
19U7) ; b. 1893 {Heir, bro. Richd. G. G.. 
b. 1897) : The Hollies, Winkfield Row, 
Bracknell, Berks. 

Berney, mrs. Catherine M., dau. of 



late rev. H. Lombe, of Bylaugh Park ; 
m. 1864, Geo. DuckettBerney, of Morton 
Hall, Norfolk, D.L., j.P. (d. 1887): The 
Hall, Morton-on-the-Hill, Norwich. 

Bemey, lady. — Jane Dorothy, dau. of 
late rev. Andrew Bloxam, M.A., rect. of 
Harborough Magna, Warwickshire ; m. 
1866, sir Hy. Hanson Berney, 9 bart. {d. 
1907) : 9 Clarendon ores. Leamington. 

Berrangrd, maj. Christian Anthony 
Lawson, c.M.G. (1902), s. of late Chris- 
tian Berrange, of Grraaff Renick, Cape 
Colony ; b. 1864 ; m. 1897, dau. of John 
McEwanLang; served in Gealeka war 
1879, Basutoland 1881, Bechuanaland 
1896-7, S. African war 1899-1902, with 
Cape Police, maj. and insp. Cape Mtd. 
police : Kimberley, S. Africa. 

Berridgre, Eichd., s. of Richd. Ber- 
ridge,of Ballynahinch Castle, co.Galway 
{d. 1887) ; b. 1870 ; D.L., J.P. co. Galway 
(sherife 1894) : Ballynahinch Castle, 
Connemara, co. Galway. 

Berridge, Thos. Hy. Devereux, s. of 
rev. W. Berridge, vicar of St. Mary's, 
Lowton, Lanes ; h. 1857 ; admitted a 
solicitor 1878, M.p. (l.) Warwick and 
Leamington from 1906 : 49 Rutland gate, 
S.W.; 11 Old Broad st. E.C. ; Reform, 
National Liberal, Eighty and Royal 
Automobile clubs. 

Berriedale, lord (title which would be 
borne by eld. s., if any, of earl of Caith- 

Berrington, Arthur Davies, s. of J. 
D. Berrington, of Woodland Castle, co. 
Glamorgan ; b. 1833 ; m. 1, 1853, Frances, 
dau. of rev. Chas.Lane,of v\'rotham,Kent ; 
2, 1861, Ada B., dau.of John Lane, of Ley- 
ton Grange, Essex ; D.L., j.p. cos. Mon- 
mouth (chm. quart, sess. 1883-90) and 
Glamorgan, chief insp. «>f Fisheries 
for England and Wales 1885-98 ; asst. 
sec. committee of P.c. for Trade, Fisheries 
dept, 1890-98: Pant-y-Goitre, Aberga- 

Berring-ton, Arthur Tewdyr Davies, 
B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxon., eld. s. of A. D. Ber- 
rington, of Pant-y-Goitre, Mon., J.P., 
D.L. ; b. 1854 ; barr. Inner Temple 1879 ; 
J. p., D.L. Monmouthshire ; chief magist. 
Selangor 1890, sen. magist. Perak 1J<96, 
legal adviser. Federated States of Malay 
Peninsula 1902 : Union club. 

Berry, Elias Sumner, j.P. (1908) 
Lancashire : Lostock Grove , Leyland, 

Berry, Fras. John, s. of R. Berry, of 
Medbourne, Leicestershire ; 6. 1831 ; m. 
1868, Sarah, dau. of Nathaniel Paddy, 
of Wing, Rutland ; sheriff of Rutland 
1893 : Wing, Oak bam. .^„ _ ,_„ 

Berry, John Mathias, j.p. (1906) 
Glamorgan : Pembroke House, 4 Somer- 
set pi. Merthyr Tydfil. 

Berry, Walter Wheeler, j.p. (1906) 
Kent : National Liberal club ; Gush- 
mere Court, Selling, Faversham. 

Berry, Wm., b.a., ll.b. Cantab., eld. 
8. of late John Berry, of Tayfield. co. 
Fife, j.p. ; b. 1864 ; m. Wilhelmina, dau. 
{d. 1907) of Allan Barns Graham, of 
Craigallan and Lymekilns, N.B. ; advo- 
cate 1889, j.p. Fifeshire : Tayfield, New- 
port, Fife, N.B. 

Berry, hon.sirWm. Bisset, M.D.Aberd., 
s. of late Jas. Berry, of Aberdeen; b. 
1839 ; m. 1864, Marion, dau. of late Wm. 
Beale, of Hemel Hempstead, Herts ; 
mem. legisl. as-embly 1894, speaker of 
House of Assembly, Cape of Good Hope 
1898-1908, knighted 1900 : Queen's Town, 
Cape of Good Hope. 

Berry, mrs. Jessie M., dau. of John 
Hern, of Ashburton ; m. 1 876, Simeon 
Berry, of Waverley Hall, Devon, j.p. 
{d. 1908) : Waverley Hall, Ashburton. 

Berry, lady.— Madge, dau. of J. B. 
Evans, of Victoria ; m. 1869, hon sir 
Graham Berry, k.c.m.g., agent-gen. in 
London for Victoria 1886-91 {d. 1904) : 
Melbourne, Victoria. 

Berryman, Fredk. Hy., s. of late 
Fredk. Berryman, of Shepton Mallet ; b. 
1869 ; barr. Mid. Temple, capt. Cardi- 
gan i?.F.A. 1903-8, res. of officers from 
1908, j.p. (1906) and C.c. Somerset : 
Jun. United Service club ; Field House, 
Shepton Mallet. 

Berryman, Wm. Edwd., j.p. (1906) 
CO. London : 88 Blackheath rd. Green- 
wich, S.E. 

Berthon, maj. -gen. Thos. Porter, r.a. 
(Bombay), served in Persian campaign 
1856-7, commd. a mountain train in action 
with insiirgent Bheels at Shumsherpore 
during Indian Mutiny, ret. on pens. 1890 : 
Cleeve Court, Somerset. 

Bertie, vide Towneley-Bertie. 

Bertie, lord (title which would be 
borne by eld. s., if any,of earl of Lindsey). 

Bertie, rev. the hon. Alberic Edward, 
M.A. Oxon. ; s. of 6 earl of Abingdon ; 
b. 1846 ; »i. 1881, lady Caroline E., eld. 
dau. of 5 earl of Antrim, b. 1853 ; 
R.D. (1903) and rector from 1887 of G^d- 
ling, Nottingham. 

Bertie, hon. Arthur Michael, 2 s. of 
7 earl of Abingdon ; b. 1886. 

Bertie, hon. Chas. Claude, 5 s. of 6 
earl of Abingdon, b. 1851 ; m. 1890, 
Adelaide, youngest dau. {d. 1903) of 
late rev. Jeremiah Burroughes, of 




Lingwood Lodge, Norfolk ; late It, 

Bertie, rt. hon. sir Francis Leveson, 
p.c. (1903), G.G.B. (1908), G.C.M.G. 
(1904), G.C.v.o. (1903), s. of 6 earl 
of Abingdon ; b. 18M ; m. lady Feo- 
dorowna, dau. of 1 earl Cowley, h. 
1840 ; a sen. clerk in For. Office 
1889-94, pri. sec. to pari, under sec. 
of state (hon. R. Bourke) 1874-80, act- 
ing sec. of legation in diplom. service 
abroad 1881, assist, und. sec. of state 
for foreign affairs 1894-1903, ambassador 
at Rome 1903-4, at Paris from 1905 : 
British Embassy, Paris ; Brooks', Travel- 
lers', Turf and St. James' clubs. 

Bertie, It.-col.hon. Geo. AuberyVere, 
8. of 6 earl of Abingdon ; b. 1850 ; m. 
1885, Harriet B. E., dau. of sir Walter 
Farquhar, 3 bart.; served in Zulu war, 
1879 ; maj. and It.-col. Coldst. gds. in 
1881 : 2Draycottpl.Cadogangdns.S.W; 
Travellers' and R. Y. Squad, clubs. 

Bertie, hon. Jas. Willoughby, 3 s. of 
7 earl of Abingdon j b. 1901. 

Bertie, col. hon. Reginald Hy., C.B., 
6 8. of 6 earl of Abingdon ; b. 1856 ; m. 
1892, lady Amy Evelyn, eld. dau. of late 
Hy. R. lord C5ourtenay and sis. of 14 
earl of Devon, b. 1865 ; served with 
China expdn. 1900, It.-col. 2 battn. R. 
Welsh fus. 1899-1903, adjt. 2 battn. 1878- 
82 and 3 battn. 1885-91 ; brevet col. 
1903, ret. p. 1904 : Naval and Military 
and Wellington clubs ; The Grondra, 

Bertie, Richd, Fredc. Norreys, only s. 
of capt. Fredc. A. Bertie, of Weston-oa- 
Green Manor House, Oxfordshire {d. 
1885), by Rose E., younger dau. of late 
John de Montmorency, of Castle Morres, 
CO. Kilkenny ; b. 1876 : Manor House, 
Weston-on-Green, Bicester. 

Bertie, lady Elizabeth Emily, eld. 
dau. of 6 earl of Abingdon ; b. 1838. 

Bertie, lady Frances Evelyn, 3 dau. of 
6 earl of Abingdon ; b. 1848 ; a nun : 
Convent of the Visitation, Harrow-on- 

Bertie, lady Elizabeth Constance 
Mary ; b. 1895 j dau. of 7 earl of Abing- 

Bertie, lady Muriel Felicia Vere, dau. 
of 12 earl of Lindsey ; b. 1893. 

Bertram, sir Geo. Clement, m.a. 
Cantab, only s. of Geo. Bertram, of 
St. Miirtin, Jersey; b. 1841; m. 1866, 
Anna M., eld. dau. of gen. E. Lawder, 
M.s.c. ; barr. Inner Temple, 1865, a. g. 
of Jersey, 1880-84, bailiff of the Island 

1884-98, knighted 1885 : Grove Cottage, 
Rye, Sussex. 

Bertram, Julius, b. a. Oxon., a. of late 
Julius Alfred Bertram, of 29 York terr. 
Regent's Park, N.W. ; b. 1866 ; m. 1907, 
Marjorie, dau. of sir Hy. Sutton, knt., a 
justice of high court of justice ; admitted 
a solicitor 1893, .r.p. (1907) Herts, M.P. 
(L.) N. Herts from 1906 : 14 Suffolk st. 
Pall Mall, S.W. ; Reform club ; Sishes, 
Stevenage, Herts. 

Bertram, Louis John, c.m.g. (1904), 
auditor-gen. of Jamaica from 1897, 
memb. legipl. council from 1906 : King- 
ston, Jamaica. 

Berwick, lord (8 baron 1784, Gt.B.). 
Thos. Hy. Noel-Hill, only s. of rev. the 
hon. Thos. Noel Noel- Hill (twin bro. of 7 
baron Berwick {d. 1897), rect. of Berring- 
ton, Salop, 1874-85 {d. 1888); b. 1877; 
hon. attache at H.M. Embassv, Paris, 
from 1903, It. Shropshire yeo. from 1903 
{Heir, cousin, rev. Chas. Noel Hill, q.v.) : 
Carlton and Bachelors' clubs ; Cronkhill, 

Berwick, (rt. hon.) lady. — Ellen, eld. 
dau. of Bruckspatron Nystrom, of 
Milmoe, Sweden ; m. 1869, 7 baron 
Berwick {d. 1897) : 2 Cadogan Court 
gdns. S.W. 

Besley, Fredk. John, eld. s. of Fredk. 
Be3le3% of 47 Brunswick sq. Brighton, 
Sussex; 6. 1834; J.p. (1877) Surrey: 
06 Sydenham road non h, Croydon. 

Bessborougrh, 8 earl of (1739, ir.). 
Edward Ponsonby, C.v.o. (1902), c.B, 
(1895), eld. 8. of rev. 7 earl of Bess- 
borough {d. 1906), by dau. of 3 earl St. 
Germans; h. 1851 ; m. 1875, Blanche V., 
youngest dau. of late sir J. Guest, 1 bart. ; 
2nd tit. vise. Duncannon ; sits as baron 
Ponsonby (1749, Gt. B.) ; ret. It. R.N., barr. 
Inner Temple 1879 ; J.p. Middlesex, co. 
London aud co. Carlow (sheriff 1898), 
D.L., J.p. CO. Kilkenny, sec. to speaker 
of House of Commons fmr. now vise. 
Peel) 1884-95, knt. of grace, order of St. 
John of Jerusalem {Heir, s. vise. Dun- 
cannon, q.v.) : 17 Cavendish sq. W. ; 
Bessborough, Piltown and Garry hill, oo. 
Carlow, Ireland. 

Bessborough, dow.-countess of. — lady 
Louisa S.. dau. of 3 earl St. Germans ; b. 
1825 ; m. 1850, rev. 7 earl of Bessborough 
{d. 1906) : 38 Eccleston sq. S.W. 

Best, vide Haden-Best. 

Best, hon. Ja=?. Wm., 4 s. of 6 baron 
Wynford; h. 1882. 

Best, Jas. Wm., B.A. Cantab., eld. 
s. of rev. Jas. Kershaw Best, of Lane 
End, Bucks ; b. 1840 ; M. C. S. 1862, barr. 


Inner Temple 1880, a judge of high court 
of j iidicature at Madras. 1893-95. 

Best, Marmaduke Head, eld. s, of H. 
P. Best, of Donnington Castle, Berks, 
D.L., j.P. {d. 1887) ; b. 1847 ; m. 1877, 
Mary Leigh, only dan. of rev. H. Leigh- 
Bennett, Thorpe Place, Surrey ; is J.P. 
(1871) Berk.i : Donnington Grove, nr. 
Newbury, Berks. 

Best, It. hon. Matthew Robt., R.N., 3 
s. of 5 baron Wyuf ord ; h. 1878 ; m. 1908, 
Anuis, 2 dau. of C. F. Wood, of West 
Woodhay House, Newbury. 

Best, Palemon, M.B.Lond., s. of P.Best, 
of Helston, Cornwall : b. 1839 ; m. 1865, 
Caroline, dau. of J. T. Young, of St. 
Mary-at-Hill, E.G. ; is J.P. (1895) parts 
of Lindsey, Lines. : 10 Upgate, Louth, 

Best, hon. Samuel John, 2 s. of 5 
baron Wynford; h. 1874 ; heir pres. to 

Best, Thomas Geo., s. of Thos. Best, of 
Red Rice, Hants, D.L., J.P. {d. 1886), by 
dau. of rev. sir G. Shiffner, 3 bart. ; b. 
1861 ; m. 1889, Annie L., dau. of late Wm. 
Tod, of Ayton House, Perthshire ; J.P. 
Hants, late capt. ii.A., capt. Hants yeom. 
1892-7 : Carlton and Naval and Military 
clubs ; Red Rice, Andover, Hants. 

Best, maj. hon. Thos. Wm., 3 s. of rev. 
the hon. Samuel Best, rect. of Abbotts 
Ann, Andover {d. 1873) and bro. of 5 
baron Wynford; b. 1844; m. 1879, 
Harriet R., 3 survg. dau. of late H. A. 
Grey, of Meole Brace, Shrewsbury ; maj. 
late 76 regt.,chief constable of Merioneth- 
shire 1883-1907 : Lingfield, Barmouth, 

Best, capt. Wm., only s. of capt. hon. 
John Chas. Best, r.n. (ret.), J.P. {d. 
1907), by Mary, dau. of late Wm. Wag- 
staff, of Plas-yn-Yivod, Denbighshire ; 
h. 1874; m. 1903, Constance Adela, dau. 
of late col, Chas. Wingtield, of Onslow, 
Salop : J.P. (1903) Denbighshire, capt. 
late R. Welch Fus.: Vivod, Llangollen. 

Best, hon. Grace Janet Mary, dau. of 
6 baron Wynford ; b. 1907. 

Best, hon. mrs. John Chas., Mary, 
dau. of late Wm. Wagstaff, of Plas-yn- 
Vivod, Denbighshire; m. 1873, capt. hon. 
John Chas. Best, Pt.N. (ret.), J. p. {d. 
1907) : Plas-yn-Vivod, Llangollen. 

Best, hon. Margaret Mary, h. 1872 ; 
hon. Gertrude Emma, h. 1876 ; hon. 
Helen, h. 1880 ; hon. Bertha Beatrice, b. 
1884 ; hon. Marion Frances, b. 1887 ; 
daus. of 5 baron Wynford. 

Best-Dalison, rev. Chas. Edmund 
Waller, m.a. Oxon., 3 s. of Maximilian 
Hammond Dalison, of Hamptons, K^tnt, 

J.P. {d. 1902) ; b. 1858 ; m. 1899, Harriet 
Euiiiy Hardinge Best, 4 dau. of late Jas. 
Whatman Bosanquet. of Ciaysmore, 
Middlx. and niece and heir of late mij. 
Mawdistly Gaussen Best, j.r., of Park 
House, Boxley, Kent : a.-sumed by royal 
licence addtl. name of Best 1907. rect. 
of Bletsoe, Bedford 1897-9, cur. of Box- 
ley, Kent from 1899 : Park House, Box- 
ley, Maidstone. 

Bestel, lady.— Marie R. D., dau. of 
Francois Bestel -Bel maison, of Mauritius; 
m. 1861, sir Nicholas Gustave Bestel, 
knt., puisne judge of supreme court of 
Mauritius 1855-79 {d. 18 — ) : Belmaison, 
Curepipc, Mauritius. 

Beswick, Jas., J.P. (1901) Derbyshire: 
Foxlow Grange, Buxton. 

Beswiok, mrs. Myers-, Agnes Eliza- 
beth, dau. of John Eraser, of Leeds ; m. 
1876, Wm. Beswick Myers-Beswick, of 
Gristhorpe Manor, Yorks, j.p. {d. 1904) : 
Gristhorpe Manor, Filey, Yorks. 

Nuttall, eld. s. of A. H. Royds, of Falinge, 
Lanes., j p., u.L. {d. 1890) ; b. 1840 ; m. 
1867, Mary Alice Gibson, only child of 
late John Halliwell Beswicke, of Pyke 
House : (assumed the surname of Bes- 
wicke by sign manual 1868), late 4 drag, 
gds. ; capt. 3 battn. (mil.) E. Lancashire 
regt. 1879-84 : Pyke House, Little- 
borough, Manchester. 

Bethell, hon. Albert Victor, 4 s. of 
2 baron Westbury ; b. 1864: 71 Jermyu 
St. S.W. 

Betlxell, rear-adml.hon. Alex. Edward, 
c.M.G. (1904), 2 s. of 2 baron Westbury ; 
b. 1855 ; m. 1890, Hilda M., youngest dau. 
of B. Huntsman, of West Retford Hall, 
Notts : asst. dir. of Ordnance at the 
Admiral y 1903-7, A.D.c. to the King 
1907-8, rear-adml. 1908 : 31 Draycott pi. 
S.W. ; Naval and Military club. 

Betliell, Alfred Jas., youngest s. of W. 
F. Bf thell, of Rise Park, Yorks, D.L., J.P. 
((i. 1879) ; b. 1862 ; m. 1887, Maud, dau. 
of R. Bower, of Welham, Yurks ; served 
in 82 regt. on sir C. Warren's staff in 
Bechuanaland expdn. and subsequently 
with sir F. Carrington raised the Bechu- 
analand border police, J.P. (1892) W. R. 
Yorks : Naval and Military club ; Newton 
Kyme, Tadcaster. 

Bethell, hon. Arthur John, 3 s. of 2 
baron Westbury ; b. 1860. 

Bethell, capt. Geo. Richd. r.n. (ret.), 
s. of Wm. Frogatt Bethell, of Rise Park, 
Hull, D.L., J.P. {d. 1879) ; b. 1849 ; It. of 
"Challenger" during her surveying 
expdn. 1872-6, ui "Minotaur" during 
Egyptian war 1882, commdr. R.N. 1884; 



M.P. (c.) E. R. Yorks. (Holderness 
divn.) 1885-1900, J.r. (1901) E.R. Yorks : 
Carlton, Naval and Military and Arthur's 
clubs : Sigglesthorne, Hull. 

Bethell, sir John Hy., 2 s. of Geo. 
Bethell, of South Woodford, Essex ; h. 
1861 ; m. 1895, dau. of J. W. Wyles ; 
J.p. (1903) Essex, m.p, (l.) S. Essex from 
1906, knighted 1906 : National Liberal 
club ; Park House, Wanstead, Essex. 

Bethell, hon. Richard, only son of 3 
baron Westbury ; b. 1883. 

Bethell, Thos. Robt., s. of Geo. 
Bethell, of Woodford, Essex ; h. 1867 ; 
barr. Middle Temple 1897, M.p. (l.) 
E. Essex from 1906 : 2 Garden court, 
Temple, E.G. ; National Liberal club ; 
The Firs, South Woodford, N.E. 

Bethell, hon. Walter John, 4 s. of 1 
baron Westbury, b. 1842; ?n. 1900, Ada 
M., dau. of late rev. Chas. Welfitt 
Blathwayt and widow of Thos. Hole ; 
B.A. Oxon., barr. Middle Temple 1868. 

Bethell, William, eld. s. of late Wm. 
Progatt Bethell, d.l., j.p. {d. 1879) ; b. 
1847 ; m. 1880, hon. Marie Myrtle, dau. 
{d. 1900) of 8 baron Middleton, b. 1859 ; 
D.L., J.p. E. R. and j.p. N. R. Yorks : 
Carlton and Yorkshire clubs ; Rise 
Park, Hull. 

Bethell, hon. Ada Natalie, 2 dau. of 2 
baron Westbury ; b. 1858. 

Bethell, hon. mrs. Slingsby, Laura B,, 
eld. dau. of rev. F. W. Maunsell, rect. of 
Symondsbury, Dorset : m. 1888, as his 2 
wife, hon. Slingsby Bethell, o.B. {d. 1896) : 
18 Montpelier cres., Brighton. 

Bethtme, maj.-gen. Edwd. Cecil, 
CB. (1905), 2 8. of late adml. C. R. D. 
Bechune, of Balfour, co. Fife ; b. 1855 ; 
m. 1890, Mary Lilian, dau. of col. 
Eliott Lockhart ; served in Afghan vs'ar 
1870-80, Transvaal campaign 1881, S. 
African war 1899-1902, brig.-gen. gen. 
staff, Southern commd. 1905-8, maj.-gen. 
1908 : Naval and Military club. 

Bethune, maj. Hy. Alex., eld. s. of 
maj. Robt. Bethune, late 92 Highrs. , of 
Nydie, co. Fife, j.p. (d. 1904) ; b. 1866 ; 
TO. 1902, Elinor Mary, youngest dau. of 
late John Brown Watt, of Sydney, N. S. 
Wales ; brevet maj. ret. p. Gord. Highrs., 
maj. 7 battn. Black Watch Territl. Force 
from 1905, j.p. co. Fife : Mountquhanie, 
Cupar, Fife, N.B. 

Betton-Foster, Richd. Betton, s. of 
gen. T. Foster (c?. 1872); h. 1837; m. 
1867, Mary J., eld. dau. of late Samuel 
Sturgis : Overton Grange, Ludlow, 

Betts, Samuel, 3 s. of J. Betts, of 
King's Langley,Hertsi ((7. 1871) ; b. 1827 ; 

m. 1865, Elizabeth A., only child {d. 1893) 
of late S. Scott, of Little Hadham ; is j.p. 
Herts: Bury Green, Little Hadham, Ware. 
Bevan, Arthur Talbot, 6 s. of Chas. 
Jas. Bevan {d. 1882) ; b. 1843 ; m. 1870, 
Magdalen F., dau. of sir Wm. Coote 
Seton, 7 bart., of Pitmedden ; J.P. (1897) 
Kent: Dormers, Bessels Green, Sevenoaks. 
Bevan, Bertrand Yorke, 2 s. of Eras. 
AugU!-tus Bevan, of Trent Park,Middlx., 
J.p. ; b. 1867 ; w. 1889, Georgiana L. F., 
2 dau. of Geo. F. Malcolmson, of Norrys- 
bury, Herts ; J.p. (1905) Sussex : 
Paynsfieid, nr. Hassocks S.O., Sussex. 

Bevan, Cosmo, eld. s. of Fras. Aug. 
Bevan, of Fosbury, Wilts, and of Trent 
Park, Middlx. J.p.; b. 1863; m 1891, 
Mai-ion L., youngest dau. of rev. Filmer 
Sulivan ; D.L. Middlx. 

Bevan, David Augustus, 4 s. of 
Richd. Lee Bevan, of Brixworth Hall, 
Northants, j.P.(f/.1900) ; b. 1856 ; m. 1886, 
hon. MaudE., 5 dau. of 1 vise. Hampden, 
O.C.B., b. 1856 ; J.P. (1901) Cambridge- 
shire : Burloes, Royston, Herts. 

Bevan, Edmund Henry, 2 s. of Thos. 
Bevan, of Stone Park, Kent, d.l., j.p. 
{d. 1907) ; h. 1862 ; m. 1903, hon. Joan 
Mary C, eld. dau. of 5 baron Grantley, 
b. 1879; J.P. (1895) Kent: Whilton 
Lodge, Rugby. 

Bevan, ven. Edwd. Latham, m.a. 
Oxon., 2 s. of ven. W. L. Bevan, of 
Brecon ; b. 1861 ; chapln. Gordon Boys' 
Home, Woking, 1891-6, r.d. of Brecon 
(1st part) from 1902, archdn. of Brecon 
from 1907, vicar of St. John and perp. 
curate of St. Mary, Brecgu, from 1897 : 
Westminster club ; Brecon. 

Bevan, Edwyn Robt., 7 s. of R. C. L. 
Bevan, of Fosbury, Wilts, and Trent 
Park, Herts. J.P. {d. 1890) ; b. 1870 ; m. 
1896, hon. Mary, youngest dau. of 3 baron 
Radstock, b. 1871 : 31 Moore st. S.W. ; 
Rempstone, Corfe Castle, Dorset. 

Bevan, rev. Ernest Chas., m.a. Oxon., 
5 s. of Chas. Jas. Bevan {d. 1882); b. 1839; 
in, 1, 1869, Frances J., dau. {d. 1895) of 
rev. Stephen Bridge, rect. of Droxford; 2, 
1898, Agnes Carus Wilson,dau.of late rev. 
D. Barclay Bevan,of Tunbridge Wells and 
widow of sir Jas. Naesmyth, 5 bart. {d. 
1896) ; vicar of Send, Surrey, 1875-89 : 
United University club ; Northgate 
House, Bury St. Edmunds. 

Bevan, Ernest George, m.a. Cantab., 2 
survg. s. of late Geo. Innes Bevan,of Farm 
Hall, Godmanchester, Hunts ; b. 1848 ; 
m. 1877, Florence, dau. of late Philip Til- 
lard, of Stukeley Hall, Hunts, D.L., j.p. ; 
J.P. Hunts : Hemingford Grey, St. Ives, 



Bevan, Francis Augustus, 2 s, of 
R. C. Lee Bevan, of Trent Park, Herts, 
J. p. (c/. 1890), by sis. of 4 earl of Hard- 
wicke ; b. 1840 ; to, 1, 3 dau. of lord 
Chas. Jas, F. Russell ; 2, youngest 
dau. of rt. hon. sir Jas, W. Hogg, 1 
bart. ; 3, 1876, Maria, dau, {d. 19u3) 
of John Trotter, of Dyrham Park, 
Herts ; one of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the 
City of London, j.P,(1898)Middlx.(sheriff 
1899), knt. of grace of order of St. John 
of Jerusalem : 1 Tilney st. Park la. W. 

Bavan, Fredk. Lincoln, m.a. Oxon., 
4 s. of Chas. Jas. Bevan {d. 1882) ; b. 
1838 ; m. 18G5, Augusta Louisa, elder 
dau. of late vice-adml Wm. Morier ; 
J. p. (1903) Kent : Chipstead Place, 
Sevenoaks, Kent. 

Bevan, maj.-gen. Geo. Buchanan, eld. 
s. of Geo. innes Bevan, of Godman- 
chester, Hunts, j.p. {d. 1884) ; b. 1842 ; 
m. 1897, Mary L,, widow of Daniel 
Watney, late of Richmond, Surrey ; 
It.-col. commdg. (col. 1885) 2 battn. L.N. 
Lancashire regt.,ret. p. 1886 : Naval and 
Military club ; Court House, Litton 
Cheney, Dorchester. 

Bevan, ven. Henry Edward James, 
M.A. Cantab., s. of late Hy. Bevan, of 
Shrewsbury ; b. 1864 ; m. 1883, hon. 
Charlotte J. E., 2 dau. of 8 vise. Moles- 
worth, b. 1864 ; rect. of Chelsea from 
1902 ; Gresham prof, of Divinity 
1888-1904 ; examining chaplain tobp. of 
London from 1894, r.d. of Chelsea 1897- 
1906, preb. of St. Paul's from 1900; 
archdn. of Middlx. from 1903 : The 
Rectory, Chelsea, S.W. ; office, 23 
Knigutrider sr. E.C ; Quatford Castle, 
Bridgnorth, Salop. 

Bevan, John, only s. of John Bevan, 
of Llanelly, co. Carmarthen ; b. 1841 ; m. 
1889, Mary, dau. of Wm. Morgan, of 
Dolfeinog, co. Carmarthen ; J.P. (1908) 
and c.A. Carmarthenshire : Dolfeinog, 
Llansadwrn, Llanwrda S.O. Carmar- 

Bevan, Richd. Alexander, s. of late 
Richd. Bevan, of Brighton ; b. 1834 ; m. 
1861, Laura M., dau. (d. 1906) of late 
Edwd. Polhill, of Brighton ; j.p. Sussex : 
Horsgate, Cuckfield, Sussex. 

Bevan, rev. Richd. Aubrey Chichester 
M.A. Cantab., 5 s. of Richd. Lee Bevan, 
of Brixworth Hall, Northants, J.P. {d. 
1900) ; b. 1860 ; m. 1, 1891, Emily M., 
only dau. of late col. Aldridge ; 2, 1900, 
lady Mary Wilfreda, eld. dau. of 9 earl 
Waldegrave, b. 1875 ; rect. from 1898, of 
Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. 

Bevan, Roland Yorke, 4 s. of R. C. Lee 
Bevan, of Fosbury, Wilts, and Tx-ent 

Park, Herts, j.p. {d. 1890) by sis. of 4 
earl of Hardwicke ; b. 1848; m. 1874, 
hon. Agneta 0. 4 dau. of 10 baron Kin- 
naird : 9 Rutland gate, S.W. 

Bevan, Wilfred, m.a. Cantab., 3 s. of 
Thos. Bevan, of Stone Park, Greenhithe, 
D.L., J.P. (dl907); b. 1866 ; m. 1894 Ethel 
Marion, dau. of E. H. Watts, of Bishop's 
Siortford, Herts ; j.p. (1904) Suifolk : 
United tlniversity club ; Plashwood, 
Haughley, Suffolk. 

Bevan, Wm., j.p. (1903) Carnarvon- 
shire : Gowerdale, Llandudno, 

Bevan, hon, mrs. Alice M,, eld, dau. of 
3 vise. Sidmouth, b. 1849 ; m. 1894, as his 
2 wife, Jas. Johnstone Bevan, of Bury St. 
Edmunds, J.P. {d. 1898). 

Bevan, lady.— Louise, dau. of Niven 
Kerr, H.M.'s consul at Mentone ; 
m. 1864, sir Alfred Hy. Bevan, knt., 
sheriff for City of London 1899-1900 (d. 
1900) : 39 Queen's gate, S.W. 

Beverley, bp. of. rt, rev. Robt. Jarratt 
Crosthwaite, D.D. Cantab, s, of rev. Benj. 
Crosthwaite, M.A., vicar of Knares- 
borougti, and hon. canon of Ripon ; 6. 
1837 ; TO. 1, 1867, Eleanor F., dau. of rev. 
Philip Simpson, m.a,, of Metham Hall, 
E, Yorks ; 2, 1887, Anne E., eld. dau, of 
Jate rev, Wm, Moore Crosthwaite, m.a,, 
preb. of Cork and rect. of Drimo- 
league, co. Cork ; archd. of York from 
1884, vicar of St. Lawrence, York, 1883- 
86, rector of Bolton Percy, W. Yorks, 
from 1886, bp, suffragan of Beverley from 
1889 : Rectory, Bolton Percy S,0 Yorks. 

Beverley, Addison, 3 s. of late Wm. 
Beverley, of Burley, Leeds ; b. 1841 ; to. 
1864, Elizabeth, 2 dau. of late Geo. Bray, 
of Dilwyn, co. Hereford ; j.p. (1908) 
Somerset : Burley, Portishead, Bristol. 

Beverley, Henry, m.a. Cantab., in 
B.CS. 1861-97, dist. judge in Bengal 
1878-85, a puisne judge of high court of 
judicature at Calcutta 1885-97. 

Beville, maj. Eras, Granville, c,i,E. 
(1908); 6. Ia67; maj. Ind. army 1904, 
asst. commr. Merwara 1898, pol. agent 
Bundelkhand 1900-4, inBhopawar from 

Beville, gen, Geo.Fras.,c.B. (1893), s. 
of -late capt. Hy. Edwd. Beville, 6 drag, 
gds., of Calcot Park, Berks ; b. 1837 ; to. 
1873, Eva, dau. of late capt. Edwd. 
Grove and Olivia Halliday Parry- 
Crooke, of Kempshott Park, Hants ; 
served in Indian Mutiny 1857-9, 
Abyssinian campaign 1867-8, Afghan war 
1880-81, commd. dist. in India 1889-94, 
gen. 1897, on U.S. list 1899, Ind. army. 

Bev/icke, mrs. Eleanor Evelyn, dau. 
of late rev. E. H. Quicke, Newton St. 




Cyres,Devon'; m.l880,Calverley Bewicke, 
of Close House, Northumb, j.p. {d. 1896) : 
Close House, Heddon, Wylam-on-Tyne 
S.O. Northumb. 

Bewicke-Copley. col, Eobert Calver- 
ley Alington, c.b,(1900); h. 1855 ; m. 1886, 
Selina F,,eld, dau. and co-heiress of late 
sir Charles Watson-Copley, 3 bart, ; 
served with Kile expdn. 1884-5, Chitral 
relief force 1895, in the operations in 
Kurram Valley and relief of Gulistan 
1897, Tirah expdn, 1898, in S. African 
war 1899-1902, lt,-col. (brevet col. 1904), 
1 battn. K, R. Rif, C. 1900-4, gen. staff 
officer Northern commd. from 1905, D.L., 
J.p, N.R. Yorks, J.P. W.R. Yorks ; as- 
sumed by royal licence addtl. name of 
Copley i892": S pro thorough Hall, Don- 
caster ; Coulby Manor, Marton, N, Yorks. 

Be"wley, lady. — Anna Sophia, dau. of 
Henry Cope Co'lles ; m. 1866, sir Edmund 
Thos.' Bewley, knt., M.A., ll.d., j..p, 
judge of Supreme court of judicature, 
Ireland, and judicial commr. of Irish 
Land commn. 1890-8 {d. 1908) : 40 
Fitzwilliam pi. Dublin. 

Beynon, vide Protheroe-Beynon. 

Beynon, Richd. j.p. (1906) Berks : 
Cheriton, 9 Stroud preen, Newbury. 

Bliownaggree, sir Mancherjee Mer- 
wanjee, K.C.i.B. (1897) ; h. 1851 ; barr. 
Lincoln's Inn, 1885, J, P. Bombay, coramr. 
at the Colonial and Indian Exhib. 
1886, Paris 1900, and other exhibitions, 
author of "The Constitution of the 
East India Co." and of a translation into 
Gujarati of H.M. the late Queen-Em- 
press's " Leaves from the Journal of 
Our Life in the Highlands," fell. Bom- 
bay Univ., of the Soc, of Arts, and of 
Impl. Inst,, founder Nurses' Home, 
Bombay and Bhownaggree corridor, 
Impl. Inst, in memory of his sister, m.p. 
(0.) N,B. Bethnal Green 1895-1906:177 
Cromwell rd. S.W, ; Carlton and Con- 
stitutional clubs. 

Biancardi, vide Grechi-Biancardi, 

Bibby, Prank, s, of J. J. Bibby, of 
Hardwicke Grange, Salop, d.l., j.p. [d. 
1897) ; h. 1857 ; m. 1890, Edith M. eld, 
dau, of maj.-gen, sir Stanley de A. C 
Clarke,,, CM.G., equerry to the 
King ; is D.L., j.p, Salop (sheriff 1900) : 
39 Hill st,, Mayfair, W, ; Hardwicke 
Grange, Hadnall, Shrewsburv, 

Bickerdike, Wm, Edwd,, s. of Robt, 
Bickerdike, of Lancaster; h. 1843 ; m. 
1877, Bessie, dau. of J, Eccles, of Darwen, 
Lanes : j.p. (1903) Lancashire : Bryers 
C'oft. Wilpshire, nr, Blackburn, 

Fras. B. D,), s, of late rev. Harry Lloyd 

Bickerstaffe and Mona Brougham, dau. 
of rev.Pierce Drew,of Heathfiield Towers, 
CO. Cork ; h. 1858 ; assumed addtl. name 
of Drew 1879 ; private chamberlain to 
Leo XIIL 1891-1903, to Pius X. from 
1903 ; cr, domestic prelate to His Holi- 
ness 1904, cross of Leo XIIL, Pro 
Ecclesia et Pontifice 1901 ; examiner 
in and memb. of special council of 
University of Malta from 1899 ; memb. 
of Pontifical Chamber of Malta from 
1899 ; chapln. to the forces, Salisbury 
Plain, from 1905 : The Manor House, 
Winterboume- Gunner, Salisbury Plain ; 
Jun. Naval and Military club. 

Bickersteth, Cecil Fras., eld. s, of late 
H. C. Bickersteth, J. P., of Ripon, and 
grandson of rt. rev. bp. Bickersteth ; h. 
1880 ; m. 1907, Mary, elder dau. of J. T. 
Gillinff, j.P„ of Ripon; j.p. (1906) 
Liberty and City of Ripon, dir. of Robert 
Kearsley & Co, Ltd. : National Liberal 
and Eighty clubs ; Bishopton Lodge, 
Bishopton, nr. Ripon, 

Bickersteth, John Joseph, b,a, Ch. 
Ch. Oxon., 3 8. of rt. rev. bp. (Bickersteth) 
of Ripon {d. 1884) ; h. 1850 ; m. 1882, lady 
Margaret, 2 dau, of 4 earl of Ashburn- 
ham, h. 1851 ; barr. Inner Temple, 1875, 
clerk of the peace for E.R. of York from 
1882 : Brooks' club ; Cottingham House, 
Cottingham, East Yorks. 

Bickersteth, Robt., eld. s. of bp. 
(Bickersteth) of Ripon {d. 1884); 5. 1847; 
m. 1883, lady Lavinia. 2 dau. of 6 earl of 
Abingdon ; one of H.M. Insp. of Fac- 
tories 1873-80, pri. sec, to sec. of state 
(earl of Kimberlev) for the Colonies 
1880-2, for India 1882-5, capt, Sherwood 
Rangers 1878-82, It.-col. commdg. Middlx, 
yeom, 1891-2, M.p. (l.) N. Shropshire 
1885-6 : Downgate House, Wadhurst, 

Bickford, adml. Andrew Kennedy, 
CM.G. (1885), s. of late Wm. Bickford, of 
Newport House, S. Devon ; b. 1844 ; m. 
1868, Kathleen L., dau. of late D. E. Dore, 
M.D, ; at Simonoseki 186-, at action with 
Peruvian rebel ironclad " Huascar " 1877, 
in charge of naval transport arrange- 
ments at Alexandria during Egyptian war 
1882, 3 class Medjidie : negotiated release 
of captive crew of " Nisero " who were in 
hands of rajah of Tenom, A.D.c. to Queen 
Victoria 1896-9, commdr. -in-chief on 
Pacific station 1900-3, adml. March, 
1908, ret. list May, 1908, j.p. (1907) 
Sussex : United Service club ; The 
Grange, Uckfield, Sussex. 

Bickford, John Wm, Furze, s. of 
John Bickford, of Bickington, Devon; 
h. 1832 ; TO. 1855, Emma, dau. of Thos. 



Tozer, of Bickington, Devon; J.r. (1905) 
Devon : Barton, Bickington, Newton 

Bickford-Smith, mrs. Anna M.,2 dau. 
of G. H. Bond,of Eadford, Notts ; ?n.l870, 
as his 2 wife, Wm. Bickford-Smith, of 
Trevarno, Cornwall, J. P., m.p. (l.) Corn- 
wall (Truro divn.) 1885-6 and (l.u.) 
1886-92 {d. 1899) : Trevarno, Helston. 

Bickliain, Spencer Henry, eld. s. of 
Spencer H. Bickham, of Bowdon, Che- 
shire ; b. 1840 ; m. 1865, Emnieline, dau. of 
Wm. Horsfall, of Altrincham, Cheshire ; 
J.P.Herefordshire : Underdown,Ledbury. 

Biddulph, lord (1 baron U.K. 1908), 
Michael Biddulph, eld. s. of Robt. 
Biddulph of Ledbury, co. Hereford, j.p. 
D.L. {d. 1864) ; b. 1834 ; m. 1, dau. 
of rt. hon. gen. Jonathan and lady Alice 
Peel ,• 2, lady Elizabeth P., dau. of 4 earl 
of Hardwicke, and widow of Hy. John 
Adeane, M.P. ; D.L., j.p. Herefordshire, 
J.p. Grloucestershire, partner in Cocks, 
Biddulph and Co., bankers, M.P. (l) 
Herefordshire 1865-85, Southern divn. 
1885-6 and (l.u.) 1886-1900, raised to 
the peerage 1903: 19 Ennismore gdns. 
S.W. ; Reform and Brooks' clubs ; The 
Park, Ledbury, Herefordshire ; Manor 
House, Kemble, nr. Cirencester. 

Biddulph, hon. Claud, 2 s. of 1 
baron Biddulph ; b. 1871 ; m. 1906, Mar- 
garet, dau. of AKred Howard, ot Worton 
Hall, Isleworth ; D.L. co. Hereford : 
9 Chesham pi. S.W. ; Ledbury House, 
Ledbury, co. Hereford. 

Biddulph, Geo. Tournay, 5 s. of 
Eobt. Biddulph, of Ledbury, co. Hereford. 
D.L., J.P. (d. 1864) ; b. 1844 ; m. 1883, lady 
Sarah Wiifreda, youngest dau. of 1 earJ 
of Selborne, b. 1864 ; partner in Cocks, 
Biddulph and Co. bankers, knt. of grace 
of order of St. John of Jerusalem : 43 
Charing cross, S.W. ; Douglas House, 
Petersham, Surrey. 

Biddulph, col. John, 3 s. of Robt. 
Biddulph, of Ledbury, co. Hereford, 
D.L., J.p. {d. 1864) ; b. 1840 ; m. 1882, 
Julia Errington, dau. of late sir Ranald 
Martin ; served in Indian Mutiny 1858- 
9, col. Ind. army 1888-96, on u.p. list 
1896, J.p. (1906) Surrey : Grey Court, 
Ham Common, Richmond, Surrey. 

Biddixlph, hon. John Michael Gordon, 
eld. s. of 1 baron Biddulph ; b. 1869 ; m. 
1896, Marjorie, dau of late col. Wm. 
Mure, of Caldwell, by dau. of 1 baron 
Leconfield; D.L., J.p. (1896) Hereford- 
shire : 6 Eaton pi. S.W. ; Ledbury 
House, Ledbury, Herefordshire ; Kemble 
House, Cirencester, 

Biddulph, It.-col.Middleton Westenra, 

^ eld. survg. s. of Eras. Marsh W. Biddulph, 
j of Rathrobin, King's co., j.p. {d. 1808) : 
b. 1849 ; 7)1. 1891, Vera Josephine, 2 dau. 
I of late sir Wm. Hy. Flower, k.c.b., f.r.s. ; 
served in Afghan war 1880, maj. 1 battn. 
(6) Northumberland fus. 1885-96, It.-col. 
ret. p. 1895, J.P. King's co. (sheriff 1901): 
Naval and Military club ; Rathrobin 
Tullamore, King's co. 

R.A. ; 2 s. of Rt. Biddulph of Ledbury, 
CO. Hereford, D.L., J.P. (d. 1864); b. 
1835 ; m. 1864, Sophia,dau.(d 1905) of rev. 
A.L. Lambert, rect. of Chiibolton, Hants, 
and widow of R. S. Palmer ; in Crimea, 
at Alma, Balaklava, Sebastopol and 
Kertch ; in Indian Mutiny at Lucknow ; 
mil. sec. with China expedn. 1860, at 
capture of Taku forts and fall of Pekin ; 
asst. boundary commr. under Reform act, 
1867 ; priv. sec. to sec. of state for war 
1871-3 ; on special service in Cyprus 
1878 ; high commr. and commr.-in-cbief 
in Cyprus 1879-86 ; col.-coramdt. R.A. 
from 1895 ; gov. of Gibraltar 1893-1900 ; 
ret. p. 1902 : 83 Cornwall gardens, S.W.; 
United Service club. 

Biddulph, sir Theophilus George, 8 
bait. (1664), s. of 7 bart. {d. 1883), by dau. 
of 17 baron Somerville (ext.) ; b. 1874 ; 
7ft. 1907, Eleanor, youngest oau. of late 
Samuel Thompson, of Muckamore Abbey, 
CO. Antrim {Heir, kinsman, Wm. Hugh, 
b. 1869). 

Biddulph, Thos. Hy. Stillingfleet, 
C.i.p:. (1907), s. of late rev. Eras. John 
Biddulph, of Amroth Castle, Pembroke- 
shire ; b. 1846 ; 7)1. 1878, Lydia Beatrice, 
dau. of late col. S. Becher, Ind. army ; 
served as asst. acctnt.-gen. in the N. W. 
Prov. and in the Punjab, and as dep. 
acctnt.-gen. in Madras 1879-84, comptr. 
Haidarabad 1884-94, comptr. of Inc. la 
treasuries 1894, dep. audr.-gen. 1895, 
acctnt.-gen. Patiala State from 1901 : 
Patiala, Punjab, India ; E. I. United 
Service club. 

Biddulph, hon. Violet Maud, 3 dau. 
of 1 baron Biddulph. 

Biddulph-Colclough, mrs. Louisa 
M. S., eld. dau. and heir, of mrs. M. G. 
W. Rossborough-Colclough, of Tintern 
Abbey, co. Wexford {d. 1884), by J. T. 
Rossborough, of Mullinagoan, co. Eer- 
managh, J.P., D.L.(c/.l869); m. 1«85, Franc 
Digby Biddulph, who assumed b> royal 
licence additl. name of Colclough 1886 
and d. in 1895 : Tintern Abbey, Bally- 
cullane, co. Wexford. 

Bide, vide Dampier-Bide. 

F.Z.S., 8. of late W.Bidie, Backies, Banft- 



shire ; m. 1854, Isabella, dau. (d. 1906) of 
A. Wiseman, Banchory, Aberdeenshire ; 
Ind. mut. medal ; surg.-gen, Madras med. 
est. 1886-90, hon. surg, viceroy 1888, ret. 
1890, hon. surg. to Queen Victoria 1898- 
190J, to the King from 1901 : Bridge of 
Allan, N.B. 

Bidwell, Charles, m.a. Cantab., s. of 
Chas. Muriel Bidwell, of Ely ; b. 1845; 
m. 1869, dau. of H. R. Evans, of Ely ; 
J.p. Isle of Ely : St. Mary's st. Ely ; 
Whitehall club." 

Bigrg, maj. Fredk., r.a. (ret.), 4 s. of 
late Smith Henry Bigg, of Swallowfield, 
Sussex; 6. 1846; m. 1885, Rose, dau. of 
Fredk, Curtis, of Northbrook, Tunbridge 
Wells, Sussex : Naval and Military 
club ; Swallowfield, Nuthuret, Horsham, 

Big-gre, It.-col. sir Arthur John,G.c.v.o. 
(lyOl), K.C.B. (1895), K.C.8.I. (1906), 
K.C.M.G. (1901), i.s.o. (1903), D.c.L., 3 
s. of rev. J. F. Bigge, vicar of Stam- 
fordham, Eorthumb. {d. 1885) ; b. 1849 ; 
m. 1881, Constance, 2 dau. of late rev. 
W. F. Neville, vicar of Butleigh, 
Somerset; late A.D.c. to gen. sir H. 
Evelyn Wood, g.c.b. ; It.-col. r.a. ret. p. 
1898, priv. sec. to Queen Victoria 1895- 
1901,and equerry 1881-1901,extra equerry 
to the King from 1901, priv. sec. to 
H.R.H. the prince of Wales from 1901 : 
St James' Palace, S.W. ; Warren Lodge, 
Thursley, Godalming. 

Bigge, Edwd. Ellison, eld. survg. s. of 
rev. John Fredc. Bigge, vicar of Stam- 
fordham, Northumb.(d 1885),and nephew 
of It.-col. Wm. Bigge, of Ovingham, 
Northumb., D.L. (d. 1889) ; b. 1846; m. 
1887, Annie, 3 dau. of late John Straker, 
of Stagshaw, Northumb: is J.P. (1896) 
Herts : Oriental club ; Watton House, 
"Wat ton, Herts; Ovingham, Northumb. 

Bigrge, Lewis Amherst Selby-, c.b. 
(1905), M.A.Oxon.(latefell. Univ. Coll.), 
barr.I.T. 1891,2 s. of Chas. Selby-Bigge, 
of Linden, Northumb, and Ightham Mote, 
Kent, J.p. {d. 1889) ; b. 1860 ; m. 1886, 
Edith Lindsay, dau. of late rt. hon. J. R. 
Davison, Q.c.,M.P,, judge advocate-gen., 
of Underriver House, Kent; principal 
asst. sec. Board of Education, Whitehall. 
J.p. (1905) NorLhants : 7 Wilbraham pi! 
S.W. ; Brooks's club ; Manor House, 
King's Suttouj Banbury. 

Bigge, ma]. -gen. Thos. Scovell, c.b. 
(1905), s. of Chas. Bigge ; b. 1837 ; m. 
1866, Ellen, dau, of rev, John Lees by 
dau. of 11 earl of Huntingdon ; in 
Crimea 1854-6, at assaults of the Redan, 
Indian mutiny campaign 1857-9, at 
relief, siege and capture of Lucknow, 

and in Oude campaign : late 5 foot, ret. p. 
1882, with hon. rank of maj .-gen. ; J.P. 
Herts : United Service club ; Lye 
House, St. Stephen's, nr. St. Albans. 

Bigge (hon.), Wm., m.a, Oxon. ; offg. 
rec. Rangoon 1898-1900, a judge of chief 
court of Lower Burma from 1900 : Ran- 

Biggrs, maj. sir Arthur W^orthington, 
4 s. of late Wm. Biggs, M.P. ; b. 1846 ; 
m. 1872, Lilian, 3 dau. {d. 1891) of late 
Chas. Holland, of Liscard, Cheshire : 
late 6 Lancashire V. A., vice-chm. of 
gen. pel. comttee. of National Liberal 
club, knighted 1906 : Carberry, Alan rd. 
Wimbledon, S.W. ; National Liberal 

Biggs, Jas., J.P. (1898) Essex : 9 
St. G-eorge's terr.Regent's Park rd. N.W. 

Bighaxn, capt. Chas. Clive, c.m.g. 
(1901), eld. s. of sir John C. Bigham, a 
judge of high court of justice ; b. 1872 ; 
TO. 1904, Mary, 2 dau. of late Horace 
A. D. Seymour, c.B., dep. master of 
the Mint ; It. gren. gds. 1892-5 ; hon. 
attach^ to embassy at St, Petersburg 1896, 
Constantinople 1897, Peking 1898-1900 ; 
A.D.c, to viceroy of Ireland 1901-2, Greco- 
Turkish war 1897, H.M. delegate in 
Thessaly 1897-8 (3 class Medjidie and 
order of Saviour), China expdn. 1900; 
attached to mil. intell. divn. H.Q. staff 
1901-4, capt. res. of off. 1902, sec. to Roy. 
commn. on motor cars, 1905, to Roy. 
commn. on lighthouse adminstrn. 1906 
and to Roy. commn. on vivisection, 1907, 
esq. of order of St. John of Jerusalem : 
14 St. James' pi. S.W. ; Board of Trade, 
S.W. : United Service, Bachelors' and 
St. James' clubs. 

Bigham, (hon.) sir John Chas., 2 s. 
of late John Bigham, of Liverpool ; b. 
1840; TO. 1871, Georgina, dau, of late 
John Rogers, of Liverpool ; barr. Middle 
Temple 1870, bencher 1885, Q.c. 1883, 
M.P. (l.U.) Liverpool (Exchange 
divn.) 1895-7, a judge of the King's 
bench divn. of the high court of Justice 
from 1897, memb. of Roy. commn. on 
martial law in S. Africa 1902, pres. rail- 
way and canal commn. 1904-7, knighted 
1897 : 22 Grosvenor pi. S.W. ; 652 
Ro\ al Courts of Justice, W.C. ; Reform 
and Ashenaeum clubs. 

Bigland, Geo. Braddyll, only s. of 
Geo. Bigland. of Bigland Hall, Lanes 
(d. 1901), and of Editha B. Hinde, dau. 
of late Peter Fox Andr6 ; b. 1891 : Big- 
land Hall, Ulverston, Lanes. 

Big-land, John, s. of Benjn. Bigland, 
of Maryport, Cumberland ; m. 1858, 
Matilda, dau. of John Hallam, of Bishop 


Auckland; J.P. (1906) co. Durham: 
Henknowle, Auckland St. Andrew, co. 

Big-nold, sir Arthur, ll.b. Cantab., 
youngest s. of sir Samuel Bignold, M.p. 
for Norwich {d. 1875) ; b. 1839 ; m.l, 1866, 
Mary, eld. dau. (d. 1901) of late Thos. 
Lake, of Armagh; 2, 1906, Emily 
Florence, eld. dau. of late Thos. Agar, of 
Leicester ; elected chief of G-aelic Soc. in 
Scotland in 1899, J.P. Ross-shire, M.P. 
(C.) Wick Burghs from 1900, knighted 
1904 : 2 Curzon st. May fair, W. ; Carlton, 
Jun. Carlton, Constitutional and Ken- 
nel clubs ; Loch Rosque Castle, Achna- 
sheen, Ross-shire, 

Bigmold, Chas. Arthur Bathurst, eld. 
s, of It. -col. Chas. Edwd. Bignold, of Har- 
ford Lodge, Norfolk, d.l., J.p. {d. 1895) ; 
b. 1857 ; m. 1, 1880, Louisa, dau. (cZ.1881) 
of maj.-gen. Jas. Cockburu, of Bracon- 
dale, Norwich; 2, 1891, Henrietta C, 
younger dau. of R. B. Longe, of Spix- 
worth Park, Norfolk, J.P.; is' D.L., J.P. 
Norfolk, J.P. Norwich : Carlton club ; 
Eaton Hall, Norwich. 

Big-wood, Ernest Jas., s. of Jas. John 
Bigwood, of Bath, Somerset ; b. 1858 ; to. 
1880, Emily, youngest dau. of Wm. Part- 
ridge, of Bromsgrove Lickey, Worcester- 
shire ; is J.P. (1896) aldm. for Wor- 
cestershire : The Berrow, Barnt Green, 
nr. Birmingham. 

Bigrwood, James, m.a. Cantab., s. of 
late Jas. Bigwood, of Clifton, G-lo's- 
tershire; b. 1839; m. 1862, Marian, 
only dau. of late Edwd. Webb, of 
Totnes and Torquay : memb. Thames 
Conservancy Board, D.L., J.P. (and co. 
aldm.) Middlsx., J.P. co. London, M.P. (c.) 
E. Finsbury 1885-6, Middlesex (Brentford 
divn.) 1886-1906 : 1 Clements inn, W.C. ; 
The Lawn, Twickenham; Carlton club. 

Bigrwood, Jas. Edwd. Cecil, M.A. 
Cantab., eld. s. of Jas. Bigwood, of 
Twickenham, Middlx., J.P. ; b. 1863 ; 
J.P. (1892) CO. London : 1 Clements 
inn, W.C. ; The Lawn, Twickenham; 
Conservative and United University 

Bilbroug-h, Arthur, eld. s. of Brooks 
Priestley Bilbrough, of Croydon, Surrey ; 
b. 1840; m. 1863, Agnes, dau. of I. 
Hodgson, of Kirby Frith, Leicestershire, 
J.P. ; is J.P. (1897) Middlx: Camden 
Court, The Common, Chislehurst ; St, 
Stephen's club. 

Biliotti, sir Alfred, k.C.m.G.(1896),C.b. 
(1890), 8. of late Chas. Biliotti, vice- 
consul at Maori, &c. ; b. 1833 ; vice-consul 
at Rhodes 1856-73, Trebizond 1873, con- 
sul for both Pashaliks Trebizond and 


Sivas 1883, consul for Crete 1885-99, 
consul-gen. there in 1899 and for Vilayets 
of Salonica, Monastir, Janina and Cos- 
sova and for the Musketil of Serrvidche 
(Servia) 1899-1903. 

Bill, Charles, m.a. Oxon, only s. of J. 
Bill, of Farley Hall, Staffs., J.P. {d. 1853) ; 
b. 1843 ; TO. 1870, Ellen M. H. 2 dau. of 
It.-col. R. H. Fitz-Herbert, of Somersal 
Herbert, co, Derby : barr. Lincoln's Inn 
1868 ; J.P, ; lord of the manor of Cheadle 
Grange; It.-col. (hon. col. 1897) 4 battn. 
(mil.) N. Staffs, regt, 1893-8, hon, col. of 
the battn. from 1898, M.P. (c.) Stafford- 
shire (Leek divn.) 1892-1906 : 29 Palace 
gate^ Kensington, W. ; United Uni- 
versity club ; Farley Hall, Cheadle, 

Bill, Chas. Horsfall, s. of late Chas. 
Horsf all Bill, of Storthes Hall, Yorks. ; 
b. 1818 ; m. 1841, Anna M., dau. of gen. 
Middleton ; j.p. Wilts and Gloucester- 
shire, late 15 huss. : Army and Navy 
club ; The Priory, Tetbury, Glos. 

Bill, Robt. Wm., s. of Charles Horsfall 
Bill, of Storthes Hall, Yorks. and Priory, 
Tetbury, Glo'stershire, J.P. ; b. 1856 ; m. 
1884, Annie C, dau. of rev. R. W. 
Bulmer, rect. of Belleau, Lines, ; J.P. 
parts of Lindsey, Lines, capt. 3 battn. 
(mil.) Lines, regt. 1883-92. 

Billiat, Joseph, only s, of Joseph 
Billiat, of Barkston House, Grantham, 
Lines, and Sapley, Hunts (d. 1863) ; 
b. 1863 ; m. 1885, Eveline A. S., eld. dau. 
of late rev. Thos. Tweeddale, vicar 
of Shernbourne and Fring, Norfolk ; 
lord of the manor of Sapley, Hunts 
and patron of one living, J.P. (1897) 
parts of Lindsey, Lines, served S. 
Africal902, formerly lieut. 3 battn. (mil.) 
Lincolnshire regt. : Jun. Carlton club ; 
Aisthorpe Hall, Lincoln. 

Billingrtoii, capt. John Wyndham, 
3. of late rev. J. Billington, of Kenning- 
ton and vicar of Boughton Alup, Kent ; 
b. 1830: J.P. Kent, capt. late R.H.G.: 
Kennington, Ashford, Kent. 

Billingrton, miss, Kennington House, 
nr. Ashford, Kent. 

Bills, Jas., 2 8. of Wm. Bills, of 
Queenborough, Kent ; b. 1855 ; m. 1877, 
Mary, dau. of Wm. Lawrence, of Green- 
wich, Kent; J.P. (1908) co. London: 
Tudor House, 120 Greenwich rd. S.E. 

Billson, lady. — Lilla, dau. of late 
John Baines, of Leicester, j.p. ; m. 1862, 
, Alfred Billson, J. P., M.P. (l.) N. W. 
Devonl892-5, Halifax 1897-1900, N. W. 
Staffordshire 1906-7 {d. 1907); given by 
royal warrant 1907 rank of knight's 


widow : 4 Whitehall court, S.W. ; 
Rowton Castle, Shrewsbury. 

Bilney, Wm. Alfred, only s. of Jas. 
Bilney, of Barnstaple, Devon ; b. 1853 ; 
m. 1887, Maud Hope, 2 dau. of John 
Gillham, of Windlesham, Siirrey ; ad- 
mitted a solicitor 1877, J. P. '(1906) 
Surrey : 102-106 Temple chambers, Tem- 
ple aven., E.G. ; Eonneby, Weybridge. 

Bilsland, Eobt., j.p. (1908) Suffolk : 
Churchgate Farm, Lakenheath, Brandon. 

Bilsland, sir Wm., 1 bart. (1907), 
LL.D. Glasg. univ., s. of Jas. Bilsland, 
of Ballat, Stirlingshire ; h. 1847 ; ?«.188o, 
Agnes, A., 3 dau. of late Alex. Steven, 
of Provanside, Glasgow ; D.L,, j.p. 
Lanarkshire and Glasgow (lord provost 
of Glasgow from 1905 aud lord lieut. ) 
{Heir, s. Wm. B., b. 1888): 23 Park 
circus and City chambers, Glasgow. 

Binder, Chas. Ernest, 2 s. oi Hy. 
Binder, of Oundle, Northants ; b. 185y ; 
7/1. 1896; J.P. (1907) Northants : Albion 
House, Oundle. 

Bingham, lord. Geo. Chas. Bingham, 
eld. 8. of earl of Lucan ; b. 1860 ; m. 1896, 
Violet, only dau.of late J.Spender Clay, of 
Ford Manor, Surrey ; D.L.,j.p. co. Maj'O 
(sheriff 1902), served in Rif. brig. 1881-96, 
Bechuanaland expdn. 1884-5, and adjt. 
1889-93, A.D.c. to duke of Connaugbt 
(commdg. Aldershot dist.) 1893-6, It. -col. 
commdt. (hon. col. 1906) 5 City of 
London regt. from 1901, order of St. 
Stanislaus of Russia (2nd class), M.P. (c.) 
Surrey (Chertsey divn.) 1904-6 : 5 Port- 
man sq. W. ; Turf and Naval and 
Military clubs. 

Bingham, hon. Albert Edward, 5 s. of 
4 earl of Lucan ; b. 1866 ; m. 1892, 
Christine Graham, dau. of Archibald 
Smith: Ic Montagu mans.Portman sq.AV. 

Bingham, Albert Edwd., y.d., only 
s. of sir John Edwd. Bingham, 1 bart., 
v.u., J.p. ; b. 1868; m. 1893, Lucy, dau. 
of D. L. McAllum ; maj. commdg. No, 
1 Field Go. West Riding divnl. R.B. 
from 1907: Ranby House, Retford,Notts. 

Bingham, hon. Alexander Frederic, 
4 s. of 4 earl of Lucan ; b. 1864. 

Bingham, Alfred John, only t^. of 
Reuben Bin.sham, of Addiscorabe, 
Sunev ; b. 1853 ; m. 1878, Annie, dau. of 
late Edwd. Cotterell, of Kensington, 
Middis ; is J.P. (1897) Berks: 6 Bolton 
St. W. ; Jun. Athen^um club ; Nalder 
Hill House, Speen, Newbury, Berks. 

Bingham, capt. hon. Arthur Maurice 
Robt., eld. s. of 5 baron Clanmorris;- b. 
1879 ; m. 1907, Leila, 4 dau. of Gordon 
Gloete, J. p., of Rosebank, Gape Town ; 
capt. 5 I an^^ers from 1905, A.D.c. to lord 

Plunket.K.c.M.G., K.c.v.o. (gov. of New 
Zealand) from 1904. 

Bingham, col. hon. Cecil Edward, 
M.v.o. 4 class (1903), 2 s. of 4 earl of 
Lucan ; b. 1861 ; m. 1884, Rose Ellmor, 
dau. (d. 1908) of late Jas. Guthrie, of 
Craigie, Forfarshire ; It. 3 huss. 1882-6, 
adjt. 1883-6, It. 2 life gds. 1886-92 and 
adjt. 1888-92, It.-col. 1 life gds. from 
1906, brevet col. 1906, accompanied 
mission to emperor Menelik II. of 
Ethiopia 1897, 3 class Star of Ethiopia, 
served in S. African war 1899-1900, J.P. 
(1903) Northants: 43 Charles st. Ber- 
keley sq. W. 

Bingham, Denis Geo. Broad, eld. s. 
of Denis Chas. Arthur Bingham (d. 
1876) and grands, of Denis Bingham, of 
Bingham Castle, co. Mayo, J.P. {d. 1902); 
b. 1875 ; Bingham Castle, BelmuUet, co 

Bingham, hon. Edward Barry Ste- 
wart, 3 s. of 5 baron Clanmorris ; b. 1881 ; 
It. R.N. 1903. 


3 8. of 4 earl of Lucan ; b. 1863 ; m. 1896, 
Kathleen, younger dau. of gen. sir C. 
Mansfield Clarke, 3 bart., G.C.B., G.c, v.o. 

Bingham, hon. Geo. Chas. Patrick, 
eld. s. of lord Bingham ; b. 1898. 

Bingham, hon. Geo. Roderick Ben- 
tinck, 6 s. of 6 baron Clanmorris ; 5.1894. 

Bingham, hon. Hugh Terence De 
Burgh, 4 s. of 5 baron Clanmorris ; b. 1885. 

Bingham, capt. hon. John Denis 
Yelverton, 2 s. of 6 baron Clanmorris ; 
b. 1880 ; capt. 15 huss. from 1908. 

Bingham, hon. John Edwd., 2 s. of 
lord Bingham; b. 1904. 

Bingham, col. sir John Edwd., 1 bt. 
(1903), V.D., s. of Edwd. Bingham, of 
Broomgrove Lodge, Sheffield {d. 1880) ; 
b. 1839 ; m. 1863, Maria, dau. of Wm. 
Fawcett, of Clarke House, Sheffield; 
J.p. Sheffield, master cutler (1881 and 
1884), hon. col. West Riding divsnl. 
R.E. from 1900 (Heir, s. Albert E., 
q.v.) : West Lea, Ranmoor, Sheffield. 

Bingham, hon. Lionel Ernest, 6 s. of 

4 earl of Lucan ; b. 1876. 
Bingham, rear-adml. hon. Richard, 

s. of 3 earl of Lucan ; 6. 1847 ; m. 1877, 
Mary E. dau. {d. 1908) of late Edwd. Cole, 
of Stoke Lyne, Oxon, and lady Henry 
Moore, widow of 2 s. of 1 marq. of 
Drogheda ; capt. r.n. 1891-7, ret. list 
1897, rear-adml. on ret. list 1904 : 8 Den- 
mark terr. Brighton. 

Bingham, hon. Richd, Gerald Ava, 
7 s. of 5 baron Clanmorris ; b. 1896. 

Bingham, Wm., j.p. (1893) Cheshire : 


Lingdale House, Tollcmacbe rd. Birken- 

Bing-ham, Wm., j.p. (1906) co. Lon- 
don: High worth, Brockley, S.E. 

Bing-kanij hon, mrs. Alberb Yelver- 
ton, Jean Crawford, only child and heir 
of late T. Service, of Stonebyres, co. 
Lanark ; m. 1883, as his 2 wife hou. 
Albert Yelverton Bingham, D.L. {d. 
iy07), 5 s. of 3 baron Clanmorris : 
Kitley, Yealmpton, S. Devon ; Empress 

Bing-ham, hon. Barbara Violet, b. 
1902 ; hon. Margaret Diana, b. 1905 ; daus. 
of lord Bingham. 

Bing-haxQ, hon. mrs. Barry John 
Pauline, dau. of rev. B. C. Yelverton ; m. 
1, R. A. G. Davies, of Trednick, Corn- 
wall ; 2, 18(56, hon. B. J. Bingham (c/. 
1868), s. of 3 baron Clanmoms : Shirley, 

Bingham, hon. mrs. Burton, Frances 
Matilda, 3 dau. of Burton Robert P. 
Persse, of Moyode Castle, co. Galway ; 
VI. 1895, hon. Burton Percy Bingham (d. 
1898) : Averard, Galway. 

Bingrham, hon.Harriette leme Maude, 
b. 1882 ; hon. Eleanor Clare Alice, b. 1892 ; 
daus. of 5 baron Clanmorris. 

Bingham, hon. Isabella, dau. of 3 
baron Clanmorris ; b. 1843. 

Binloss, Jas. Backhouse, J.P. (1892) 
Lancashire : Elm Bank, Buxton. 

Binney, Jas., m.a. Cantab., s. of late 
E. W. Binney, F R.8., of Ravenscliffe, Isle 
of Man, and Worksop, Notts; b. 1868; m.l, 
1894, Cecilia de Anyers, dau. {d. 1897) of 
H. R. d' Anyers Willis, of Halsnead, 
Lanes, D.L., j.p. ; 2, 1907, lady Violet 
Louisa Marjory, 2 dau. of 5 marq. of 
Ailesbury ; b. 1880 ; barr. Middle Temple 
1894, D.L., J.p. (1896) Cambridgeshire, 
sheriff of Cambs and Hunts 1903, late 
capt. 3 battn. (mil.) Liverpool regt. 
1892-1901 : Union club ; Pampisford Hall, 
nr. Cambridge. 

Binnie, sir Alex. Richardson, s. of 
Alex. Binnie ; b. 1839 ; m. 1865, Mary, 
dau. {d. 1901) of late — Eame:!, M.l)., of 
Londonderry ; chief engineer to L.c.C. 
1890-1901, knighted 1897 : 77 Ladbruke 
grove, W. 

Binning, col. lord. Geo. Baillie- 
Hamiiton, c.B. (1904), >i.v.o. 4th class 
(1902), eld. 8. of earl of Haddington; 
h. 1856 ; m. 1892, Katharine, only child 
of W. Severin Salting, of Heath End, 
Ascot ; D.L,, J.I'. Haddingtonshire and 
Berwickshire (lord lieut. from 1900), 
A.D.C. to viceroy of India (marq. of 
Dufferin) in 1888, to gov. of Madras 
(lord Connemara) in 1889, It.-col. 

commdg. Lothians and Border Horse 
yeo. from 1906, It.-col. r.h.g. 1899-1903, 
brevet col. 1903, ret. p. 1907, pres. co. 
Berwick Territorial Force Assoc, from 
1908 : Carlton club ; Mellerstain, Kelso, 

Binning, It.-col. Joseph, c.i.e. 
(1908), V.D., commdt. 2 (Presidency) 
battn. Calcutta Vol. Rif. 

Binns, Everett, J.P. (1908) W. R. 
Yorks : A.shfield, Cowling, via Keighley. 

Binns, Joseph Fredk. Wm., s. of 
John Binns, of Gloucester ; b. 1863 ; m. 
1887, Sarali Vann, dau. of J. Wilkes, of 
Pelsall, Staffs; J.P. (1907), C.C. Staffs : 
Oaklands, Polsall, Walsall. 

Birch, Albert Ed wd. Hy., B.A.Cantab., 
only s. of rev. canon Hy. Mildred Birch, 
recc. of Prestwich, Lanes [d. 1884) by 
Harriet J., dau. and co-heir of late Thos. 
Drink waier, of Irwell House, Lanes ; b. 
1868 ; J.P. (1903) Norfolk : Jtm. Carlton 
club ; Watlington Hall, Downham Mar- 

Birch, sir Arthur Nonus, K.C.M.G., 
F.R.G.S., youngest s. of rev. W. H. R. 
Birch, of Southwold, Suffolk {d. 1854) ; 
b. 1837 ; m. 1873, Josephine, eld. dau. {d. 
1893) and co-heir of late J. D. Watts- 
Russell, of Biggin Hall, Northants, 
M.P. ; col. sec. of B. Columbia, 1864-6, 
actg. It.-gov. Penang 1871-2, col. sec. 
Ceyion 1873-6, It.-gov. 1876-8; J.P. 
Northants, agent to Bank of England, 
western branch, Burlington gdns. W. : 
1 Old Burlington st. W. ; St. James' club. 

Birch, Edward Robt., eld. s. of J. S. 
Birch, B.A. Dublin, of Birch Grove, co. 
Tipperary, j.P. {d. 1881) ; b. 1858 ; ?ft. 
1887, Mary C. R. only child of Robt. 
Thompson, M.D., of Melross, Johnstown, 
CO. Kilkenny ; j.p. co. Tipperary : Birch 
Grove, Corbally, nr. Roscrea, co. Tip- 

Birch, Ernest Geo. s. of rev. H. W.R. 
Birch, of Southwold, Suffolk (J. 1854) ; 
b. 1829 ; m. 1869, Emily H., eld. dau. of 
late John T. D'Arcy Hutton, of Marske 
and Aldburgh Hall, Yorks: judge of 
high court of Calcutta 1873-79, ret. 1879 : 
E. J. United Service club ; 8 Via Farini, 
Florence, Italy. 

Birch, maj. Ernest Mawbey, youngest 
s. of rev. Geo. Royds Birch, by e'd. dau. 
of sir Wm. Russell, 1 bart. {d. 1864) of 
Charlton Park, Glos.; b. 1863; m. 1889, 
only dau. of Wm. Dobson, of Oakwood, 
Somerset; J.P. (1904) Dorset, maj. 5 
battn, R. Fus. from 1908 : Jun. United 
Service club ; Wjke Hall, Gillingham, 

Birch, Ernest Woodford, c.m.g.(1900), 



s. of late J. W. Woodford Birch, British 
resident, Perak ; h. 1857 ; in. 1882, Mar- 
garet, dau. of Laurence Niven ; actg. 
Britifrh res., Selangor 1892-3, sec. to govt. 
of Perak 1893, actg. res. 1895-6, Brit, res., 
Negri-Sembilan 1897-1900, gov. of La- 
buan 1900-4, and of British North Borneo 
1901-4, British res. at Perak from 1904 : 
Perak, Straits Settlements. 

Birch, Fras. Herrick, b.a. Cantab., 2 
s. of It. -col. Geo. Fras. Birch, of Clare 
Park, Hants, D.i.. J.p. {d. 1908) ; b. 
1866; m. 1903, Constance S., dan. of 
late gen. sir Chas. Cameron Shute, 
K.C.B., D.L., J.P., of 12 BrunsAvick pi. 
Brighton : Clare Park, Crondall, Hants. 

Birch, Fras. Jacob Peregrine, young- 
est 8. of Peregrine Birch, of The Priory, 
Forest Row, Sussex ; h. 1860 ; m. 1907, 
Rose Beatrice, dau. of Geo. Maclean and 
widow of .Alnod E. Studd, 15 hus?. ; j.p. 
(1907) Sussex : Union club ; The Priory, 
Forest Row S.O. Sussex. 

Birch, Henry Wm., 2 s. of J.W. Birch, 
J.P. (d 1897), by eld. dau. of late J. 
Arden, of Rickmans worth Park, Herts ; 
b. 1854 : Garrick club ; The Grove, Old 
Windsor ; Loudwater, Rickmansworth. 

Birch, Richd. Elwyn, b.a. Cantab., 
h. 1870; J.p. (1903) Denbighshire and 
(1907) Flints: Jun. Carlton club; 
Bryncelyn, St. Asaph. 

Birch, Richard Frederick, b.a. Cantab., 
3 s. of John Birch, of Lees Hall, Werneth, 
Lanes. ; raaj. 3 battn. (mil.) R. Welsh 
Fus., 1876-80 ; D.L., J.P. (1864) Denbigh- 
shire, J.P. (1872) Flintshire : Jun. Carlton 
club; Maes Elwy, St. Asaph S.O. 

Birch, mrs. Emma Edith Malet, dau. 
of late Jas. Grant Lumsden, Bo.C.S. by 
lady Mary, sis. of 8 earl of Stamford ; 
m. 1864, col. Chas. Birch, of Lympstone 
Grange, Devon, J.P. {d. 1899) : Lymp- 
stone Grange, S. Devon. 

Birch, mrs. Julia, eld. dau. of late J. 
Arden, of Rickmansworth Park, Herts ; 
m. 1852, John Wm. Birch, J.P. {d. 1897) : 
Rickmansworth Park, Rickmansworth 
S.O. Herts. 

Birch, lady. — Mary, dau.of capt. Geo. 
Burden ; m. 1868, as his 2 wife, It.-gen. 
sir James Holwell Birch, k.c.b. {d. 1875). 

Birch-B-eynardson, col. Chas. only 
s. of C. T. S. Birch-Reynardson, D.L., of 
Holywell Hall, Lines, {d. 1889) ; b. 1846 ; 
TO. 1875, Emma M., eld. dau. of rev. W. 
Stracey - Clitheroe, of Boston House, 
Brentford : J.P. Lincolnshire, sheriff of 
Rutland 1895, It.-col. (col. 1886) gren. 
gds. in 1889 : Carlton and Guards' clubs ; 
Holywell Hall, Stamford. 

Birch-Reynardson, Wm. John, b.a. 
Oxon, eld. s. of Hy. Birch-Reynardson, 
of Adwell House, Oxon. J.P. [d. 1884) ; 
b. 1849 ; TO. 1889, Yiolet, 2 dau. of Thos. 
Maxwell, of West Hill House, Guild- 
ford : barr. Inner Temple, 1875, J.P. Ox- 
fordshire : Carlton and United Univer- 
sity clubs ; Adwell House, Tetsworth, 

Birchall, John Dearman, s. of John 
Dearman Birchall, of Bowden Hall, Glos, 
J.p. {d. 1897); b. 1875; m. 1900, Adela 
Emily, 3 dau. of Philip J. D. Wykeham, 
of Tythrop House, Oxfordshire ; J.P. 
(1898) Gloucestershire, 2 It. Gloucester- 
shire yeo. from 1908 : Jun. Carlton club ; 
Bowden Hall, nr. Glo'ster. 

Bircham, Fras. Thos., 2 s. of Fras. 
Thos. Bircham, of Burhill. Walton-on- 
Thames ; b. 1841 ; to. 1871, daa. of W. 
Parry Okeden, of Turnworth, Dorset; 
J.p. (1906) Monmouthshire : Army and 
Navy club ; Gwentland, Chepstow. 

Bircham, Samuel, s. of Fras. Thos. 
Bircham, of Burhill, Walton-on-Thames ; 
b. 1838 ; TO. 1863, Caroline E., dau. of H. W. 
R. W, Halsey, of Henley Park, Surrey ; 
is J.P. Norfolk : 46 Parliament st. S.W. ; 
Waterloo Station, S.E. ; Moor House, 
Reepham, Norfolk ; Beech Hill, Mayf ord, 
nr. Woking. 

Birchenough, J. Henry, c.M.a.(1905), 
M.A., 2 s. of late John Birchenough, J.p., 
of The Elms, Macclesfield ; b. 1853 ; m. 
1886, Mabel, 3 dau. of late very rev. G. G. 
Bradley, D.D., c.v.o., dean of Westmin- 
ster 1881-1902; is J.P. (1896) Cheshire, 
Imperial commr. on trade to S. Africa 
1903, memb. Roy. commn. on Shipping 
Rings 1907 and of advisory council to 
Board of Trade, dir. of Brit. S. Africa 
Chartered Co., etc. etc. : 79 Eccleston 
sq. S.W. ; BrooKs's, City of London and 
Ranelagh clubs. 

Birchenougrh, William Taylor, eld. s. 
of late John Birchenough, of The Elms, 
Macclesfield, Cheshire ; b. 1850 ; to. 1881, 
Jane, dau. of late R. Peacock, of Gorton 
Hall, Lanes., M.P. ; J.P. Cheshire and 
Macclesfield, It. Cheshire I.Y. 1890- 
1901 : Cavalry club ; Gawsworth Hall, 
near Macclesfield, Cheshire. 

Bird, vide Scargill-Bird. 

Bird, Arthur, 2 s. of Geo. Bird, of 
Pinner Hall, Middlx. ; b. 1843 ; to. 1869, 
Jane Mary, dau. of Samuel Shepheard, 
of Eathorpe Hall, Warwickshire ; was 
clerk to ttie Tylers' and Bricklayei-s' 
Co. 1864-1907 : Jut\ Athenaeum, Alpine, 
Constitutional and Jun. Constitutional 
clubs; The Grange, Great Bookham, 



Bird, Chas. Hy. m.a. Oxon. s. of late 
W. S. Bird, of Aigburth, Liverpool ; h. 
1839 ; m. 1887, Isobel, 5 dau. of late John 
Eveleigh Wyndham, of Clearwell Court, 
Coleford, Glo'ster ; D.L., J.P. Lancashire 
(sheriff 1890), maj. and hon. It.-col. 3 
and 4 battns. (mil.) L. N. Lancashire 
regt. 1892-4 : Crookhey Hall, Cocker- 
ham, Garstang, Lanes. 

Bird, Chas. Pavin, s. of rev. Thos. 
Hugh Bird, vicar of Yarkhill and of 
Dry bridge House, co. Hereford ; h. 1847; 
OT.1877, Agnes A. B., dau. of rev. J. Cole, 
vicar of He Brewers, co. Somerset ; I.C.S. 
(Punjab) 1869-1896, ret. 1896, barr. 
Middle Temple 1869 ; J.P. (1900) Here- 
fordshire : Drybridge House, Hereford ; 
Primrose and Herefordshire clubs. 

Bird, Christopher John, c.M.G. (1901), 
eld. s. of late John Bird, c.M.G., Natal 
C.S. ; b. 1855 ; m. 1887, Edith, dau. of 
late Wm. Armstrong, m.r.C.s.e. ; entd. 
Natal C.S. 1874, J.P. (1887) Natal, asst.- 
col. sec. 1888-1893, princ. und.-sec. from 
1893, dim. of Natal C. S. Board from 
1901 and perm, head of Natal C.S. from 
1903 : Pietermaritzburg, Natal. 

Bird, Edwd. Chas., eld. s. of Edwd. 
Wilder Bird, ret. Indian C.S., of Clifton, 
Bristol ; b. 1847 ; m. 1891, dau. of col. T. 
Biggs, R.A., of Wrington, Somerset; 
govt, telegraphs in India, Public Works 
dept. (ret).; J.P. (1907) Somerset: The 
Portugals, Chew Magna, nr. Bristol. 

Bird, Fredk.; 6. 1840; J.P. (1907) 
Warwickshire : 156 Spon tt. Coventry ; 
Stoneleigh Grove, Kenilworth rd. Stone- 
leigh, nr. Coventry. 

Bird, maj. Robt,, c.i.e. (1905), m.d. 
Lond. F.R.C.8. ; b. 1866 ; surg. to viceroy 
of India, maj. 1903, Ind. med. service. 

Bird, It.-col. Stanley, m.v.o. 4 class 
(1906), 8. of col. Stanley Geo. Bird, C.B., 
hon. col. 1 Middlx. V.R.C. {d. 1905) ; h. 
1864 ; served in Nile expdn. 1898, battle 
of Khartoum ; It.-col. commdg. 1 battn. 
R. Fus. from 1905 : 7 Park pl.St. James', 
S.W.; Co8grove,Stony Stratford, Bucks ; 
Parkhurst, Newport, I. of W. 

Bird, Thos., s. of John Bird, of 
Kettering, Northants ; h. 1840 ; m. 1868, 
dau. of Geo. Spence, of Raunds, North- 
ants ; J.P. (1900) Northants : Samia 
House, Kettering. 

Bird, Wm. Barrott Montfort, 2 s. of 
Wm. Fredc. Wratislaw Bird, of Wil- 
mington, Kent, b. 1855 ; m. 1895, Martha 
Elizabeth, widow of James Henry 
Murray : Windham club ; 58 Cadogan 
pi. S.W. ; Eartham, Chichester. 

Bird, lady. — Emily E., dau. of late 
maj. -gen. Hy. D. Manning j m. 1872, 

gen. sir Geo. Corrie Bird, K.c.i.E., c.B. 
{d. 1907). 

Birdsall, Geo. Bradshaw, eld. s. of 
late Robert Birdsall, of Stretford, 
Lanes. ; h. 1850 ; to. 1872, Mary, eld. dau. 
of John Sunter, of Manchester; J.P. 
(1907) Lancashire: Dudley Cottage, 
Whalley Range, Manchester. 

Birdwood, sir Geo. C. M., m.d. Edin. ; 
K.C.I.E. (1887), C.S.I. (1877), hon. LL.D. 
Cantab. ; Officer Leg. Hon. ; Officer of 
Instn., French Acad., eld. s. of late gen. 
Christ. Birdwood ; b. 1832 ; to. 1856, 
Frances A., eld. dau. of lateE. Tolcher, 
R.N., of Harewood House, Plympton St. 
Mary's, Devon ; entd. Bombay med. staff 
1854, served in Persia 1856-7, sheriff of 
Bombay 1864, commiss. govt. Bombay, 
Paris Exhib.1868 ; served in rev. statis- 
tics, and commerce dept., India Office, 
1871-1902 ; Roy. commr. and memb. of 
Finance committee. Colonial and Indian 
Exhib. 1886, chm. of commiitee of Ind. 
section, Paris Kxhib.1889, and of organiz- 
ing committee of the 9th internatl. con- 
gress of Orientalists, London, 1892,memb. 
of Roy. commn. for Chicago Exhib. 1893 ; 
of Mansion House com. Antwerp Exhib. 
1894 and Roy. commr. Paris. Exhib. 1900 ; 
knt. of grace of order of St. John of 
Jerusalem; knighted 1881: 119 The 
Avenue, Ealing, W. ; Primrose club and 
Northbrook Society. 

Birdwood, col. Wm. Riddell, c.i.B. 
(1908); D.8.0. (1908); h. 1865; served 
in Hazara expdn. 1891, Isazai expdn. 
1892. N. W. Frontier of India 1897-8, 
Tirah expdn. ; S. African war 1899-1902 ; 
mil. sec. to commdr.-in-chief (gen. vise. 
Kitchener) from 1905, A.D.C. to the King 
from 1906. 

Bixkbeck, Henry, eld. s. of Hy. 
Birkbeck, of Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk, 
J.P. {d. 1895) ; b. 1853 ; to. 1881, Ysabel 
C, 4 dau. of late R. Elwes, of Congham, 
Norfolk : Westacre High House, Swaff- 
ham, Norfolk. 

Birkbeck, capt. John, s. of John 
Birkbeck, of Anley. Settle, Yorks, J.P. ; 
h. 1872 ; TO. 1903, Helen Muriel, youngest 
dau. of Jap. Braithwaite, M.D. of Leeds ; 
J.P. (1905) W.R. Yorks; hon. capt. in 
the army 1901, maj. 6 battn. D. of Wel- 
lington's West Riding regt. from 1904 : 
Carrholme, Settle. 

Birkbeck, col. Wm. Hy., o.b. (1902), 
c.M.G. ( 1 906), youngest s. of Joseph Birk- 
beck, of Settle, Yorks ; b. 1863 ; to. 1906, 
Mabel, only dau. of Alex. D. Shaw, of 
Staten Island, U.S.A., and widow of 
G. L. Myers, of New York ; served in 
Hazara expdn. 1888, Chin-Lushai expdn. 



1889-90, S. African war 1899-1902, 
attached to the Japanese force in Man- 
churia 1905, 3 class of order of Rising 
Sun (1906) ; It.-col. in the army 1900, 
brevet col. 1904, d.a.a.g. at Head- 
quarters 1903-5, commdt. Cavahy School 
from 1907 : Naval and Military club ; 
Ablington House, nr. Salisbury. 

Birkbeck, Wm. John,P.R.A., only s. of 
Wm, Birkbeck, of Thorpe, Norwich, j.p. 
{d. 1897) ; b. 1869; m. 1883, Rose K., dau. 
of Somerville A. G-urney,of North Runc;- 
ton Hall, Lynn ; is D.L., J.P. Norfolk : 32 
Sloane gdns. S.W. ; Stratton Strawless 
Hall, Norwich. 

Birkbeck, hon. lady.— Mary Augusta, 
6 dau. of 1 > aron Hylton, p.c. ; m. 1865, 
sir Edwd. Birkbeck, 1 and last bart. 
K.C.V.O., M.P., D.L. , J.P. {d. 1908) : 9 
Wilton cres. S.W. 

Birkbeck, mrs. Rachel W., dau. of 
late G. Stansfeld ; m. 1867, John Birk- 
beck, of Anley, Yorks, J.P. {d. 1892) ; 
Anley, Settle, Yorks. 

Birket, vide Higgin-Birket. 

eld. survg. s. of Richd. Birkett, of Upper 
Clapton, CO. London ; h, 1849; m. 1878, 
Edith, dau. of T. E. Smith, of Upper 
Clapton, CO. London ; J.P. (1906) Sussex : 
Leigh Holme, Hastings rd. Bexhill-on- 
Sea ; Constitutional club. 

Birkett, John Robt., 2 s. of Robt. 
Birkett, of Morecambe, Lanes ; b. 1864 ; 
m. 1886, Mary, dau. of dr. Chas. Sutcliffe, 
of Todmorden, Yorks ; mayor of More- 
cambe 1903-4, 1904-5 and 1905-6; J.P. 
(1905) Lancashire: 5 Morecambe terr. 
Morecambe, Lanes. 

Birkett, Percival, 3 s. of John Birkett, 
F.R.o.s., P.L.S., of Grreen st. W ; h. 1850 ; 
m. 1879, Yiolet, dau. of Thos. Pemberton, 
of Heathfield, Handsworth, Staffs ; J.P. 
(1907) Middlesex : 4 Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
W.C. ; Reform club ; Moss Cottage, 
Pinner S.O. Middlx. 

Birkin, It.-col. Richd. Leslie ; D.s.0. 
(1900), 3 s. of sir Thos. Isaac Birkin, 1 
bart., D.L., J.P. ; h. 1862; served in S. 
African war 1900-2, with loapl. yeocn. ; 
hon. It.-col. in the army 1902, J.P. (1907) 
Notts ; The Grange, Ruddington, Notts. 

Birkin, sir Thos. Isaac, 1 bart. (1905), 
s. of Richard Birkin, of Aspley Hall, 
Notts., J.P. (d. 1870) ; b. 1831 ; m. 1856, 
Harriet, dau. of M. Tebbutt, of Bluntis- 
ham ; is D.L., J.P. Notts, (sheriff 1892) 
{Heir, s. Thos. Stanley, q.v.') : Reform 
club ; The Grange, Ruddington, Notts. 

Birkin, Thos. Stanley, eld. s. of sir 
Thomas Birkin, 1 bart., of Ruddington 
Grange, Notts, D.l,, j.p.; b. 1857; m. 

1894, Margaret D. H., youngest dau. of 
late capt. hon. Henry W. Chetwynd, 
R.N. ; is J.P. (1896) Notts : Aspley Hah 

Birks, Arthur Rawson, b.a. Can- 
tab., 2 s. of late rev. Thos. Rawson 
Birks, vicar of Trinity, Camb. and prof, 
of moral philosophy, Camb. ; b. 1850 ; 
m. 1876, Jane K., dau. of rev. Isaac 
Durrant, of London ; barr. Lincoln's 
Inn 1886, a judge of chief court of 
Lower Burma 1900-5, ret. 1905. 

Birley, Eras. Hornby, only survg. s. of 
Thos. Hornby Birley, of Hart Hill. 
Lanes ; b. 1850 ; m. 1876, Margaret, dau; 
of Rev. J. Kenrick, of Reigate, Surrey . 
J.P. Surrey : Claridges, Lingfield, Surrey. 

Birley, Fredk. Hornby, s. of Hugh 
Hornby, of Broome House,Eccles, Lanes ; 
b. 1837 ; m. 1865, Josephine, dau. of 
Richd. Birley, of Pendleton ; j.p. (1880) 
Lanes : 20 St. Michael's rd. Bedford 

Birley, Hy. Langton, eld. s. of T. L; 
Birley, of Carr Hill, Lanes, j.p. {d. 1874) ; 
h. 1837 : Carr Hill, nr. Kirkham, Preston, 

Birley, Hugh Arthur, eld. s. of Hugh 
Birley, of Moorland,Lancs , M.P.. j.p., d.l. 
{d. 1883) ; b. 1846 ; in. 1874, Amy, eld. 
dau. of W. H. Chichester, of Grenofen, 
Devon ; j.p. Cheshire, It.-col. Cheshire 
I.Y. ret. : Woodside, Knutsford. 

Birley, Hugh Fras., eld. s. of Joseph 
Hornby ISirley, of Newton-le- Willows, 
Lanes., J.P. ; b. 1866 ; m. 1879, Eliza- 
beth, dau. of G. McCorquodale, of Glad- 
lys, Anglesey; is J.P. (1892) Flintshire : 
41 Circus rd. St. John's Wood, N.W. ; 
Raleigh club ; The Mount, St. Asaph, 

Birley, Hutton, 2 s. of T. L. Birley, of 
Carr Hill, Lanes, j.p. {d. 1874) ; b. 1840 ; 
m. 1865, Alice M. dau. (d. 1875) of J. Hy. 
Howard ; j.p. Lancashire : Wrea Green, 
Kirkham, near Preston, Lanes. 

Birley, Percy Langton, 2 s. of Hutton 
Birley, of Wrea Green, Lanes ; b. 1868 ; 
7)1. 1902, Mary Emily, dau. of Hy. 
Hassall, of Bebington, Cheshire : J.P. 
(1903) Lancashire : Wrea Green, Kirk- 
ham, Lanes. 

Birley, col. Richd. Kennedy, c.b. 
(1902), V.D., s. of late Richd. Birley, of 
Manchester d.l., J.p. ; b. 1845 ; m.l870, 
Jane G., dau. of late John BLxikie, of 
Ciaigifebuckler, Aberdeenshire ; late It. 
R. Lane. mil. artill., It.-col. commdg, and 
hon. col. 2 East Lancashire brig. R.F.A. 
from 1891 : Cambridge st. Manchester ; 
Athenaeum and Auxiliary Forces clubs. 

Birley, mrs. Eliza, dau. of Jate John 
Hastings, of Downpatrick, co. Down, 



J.p. ; m. 1864, Wm. Birley, of The 
Larches, Lanes, D.L., j.p. {d. 1894) : The 
Larches, Ashton-upon-Ribble, Preston, 

Birley, mrs. Gertrude Emily, eld. dau. 
of Thos. Fair, of Clifton Hall, Lanes ; m. 
1886, Ohas. Addison Birley, of Bartle 
Hall, Lanes, J.P. {d. 1908) : Bartle Hall, 
Preston, Lanes. 

Birming'ham, archd. of, vide ven. 
Winfrid O. Burrows. 

Birmingham, 1 bp. of (1905), rt. rev. 
Chas. Gore, d.d., D.c.L.Oxon,,D.D.(hon.) 
Edin., 3 s. of hon. Chas, Alex. Gore, by 
dan. of 4 earl of Bessborough, and widow 
of Wm.Thos.,earl of Kerry, M.P.; 6.1853 ; 
bp, of Worcester 1902-5, of Birmingham 
from 1905 : Bishop's Croft, Birmingham. 
Birmingham, 2 bp. (r.c.) of (1850), 
rt. rev. Edwd. Ilsley, s. of Chas. Hsley ; 
b. 1838 ; titularbp. of Fesse and auxiliary 
for Birmingham 1879-88, bp. of Birming- 
ham from 1888 : Bishop's House, and 
Oseott College, Birmingham. 

Biron, Henry Chartres, barr.Lineoln's 
Inn 1886, metropol, police magist. at 
Old Street from 1906 : 28 Montpelier sq, 
S.W, ; 4 Crown Office row, Temple, E.C. 
Birrell, rt. hon, Augustine, p.C. 
(Eng. 1905 and Irel. 1907), K.C., ll.d., 
B.A. Cantab., youngest s. of late rev. 
Chas, M. Birrell, of Liverpool ; b. 
1850; m. 1, 1878, Margaret, dau. {d. 
1879) of late A. Mirrielees, of St. Peters- 
burg ; 2, 1888, Eleanor, dau. of Fredk. 
Locker, by dau. of 7 earl of Elgin, and 
■«sddow of hon, Lionel Tennyson {d. 1886); 
barr. Inner Temple 1875, Q.c. 1894, j.p. 
(1895) Norfolk, preis. of Board of Educn. 
1905-7, chief sec. for Ireland from 1907, 
M.P, (L.) W. Fifeshire 1889-1900, N, 
Bristol from 1906 : Chief Secretary's 
Lodge, Phoenix Park, Dublin ; 70 Elm 
Park rd, S.W,; Athenaeum and New Uni- 
versity clubs ; The Pightle, Sheringham, 

Birrell- Anthony, Hy. Anthony, V.D., 
assumed by deed poll addtl, name of 
Anthony 1906, J.P. Monmouthshire, capt, 
(hon, maj, 1903) 1 bttn, Monmonthshirc 
regt,- from 1893 : Glenthorne, Thame, 

Birt, Geo, Hogarth Douglas, J.P, 
(1907) Pembrokeshire : Havenhurst, 
Milf ord Haven, 

Birt, sir Wm,, v.d., s. of John Birt, 
of Islmgton ; b. 1834 ; m. 1872, eld. dau. 
of Matthew Watson Thomas, of Wal- 
thamstow, Essex ; hon. col. The Engineer 
and Railway Vol. Staff Corps ; chev. of 
Belgian order of Leopold ; Assoc, of inst, 
of C.E., gen. man. of G.E,R, 1880-99, a 

director from 1899, also dep. chm, of 
the MetropolitanRailway,knighted 1897 : 
Northcotts, Hatfield, Herts. 

Birtwistle, Albert, J.p. Lancashire : 
Springfield House, Preston New rd. 
Blackburn, Lanes. 

Birtwistle, Arthur, J.P. (1908) Lan- 
cashire : Cliffe House, Gt, Harwood, 

Birtwistle, Arthur, j,p. (1908) Lan- 
cashire : The Willows, Blackburn, Lanes. 
Bischoflfeheim, mrs. Clarisse L., dau. 
of late J. Biedermann, of Vienna ; m. 
1856, Hy, Louis Bisehoffsheim, of Warren 
House, Stanmore, D,L, {d. 1908) : Bute 
House, South Audley st, W. ; Warren 
House, Stanmore. 

Biscoe, Henry Stafford Tyndale, eld. 
s. of W. E. Biscoe,of Holton Park, Oxon,, 
D.L., J.P. {d. 1895) ; b. 1857 ; m. 1884, 
Frances E., only child of late F. N. 
Primrose, of Bixley Hall, Norfolk ; is 
J.p. Oxon: Road, and County (Oxford) 
clubs ; Holton Park,nr. Oxford. 

Biscoe, Thos. Ramsay, b.a. Cantab., 
eld. 8. of T. P, B. Biscoe, of Newton, eo. 
Inverness, J. P., D.L. {d. 1881) ; b. 1850 ; m. 
1879, Cecilia L., youngest dau. (d. 1892) of 
late A. Meetkerke of Julians, Herts, and 
widow of rev. A, Ewing : j.p., d.L. 
Inverness-shire : Kingillie, Inverness, 

Biscoe, lt.-a;en. Wm. Walters, C.B., s. 
of rev, W. Biscoe, of Exhall, Warwick- 
shire ; b. 1841 ; served in Afghan war 
1879-80; with Mirahzai expdn. 1891, 
Bengal eav, lt,-gen. 1900, ret. 1901, 
col. 19 lancers from 1904, Ind. army : 80 
St. Brannocks rd. Ilfracombe ; United 
Service club. 

Bisdee, Thos. G.. s. of Alfred H. 
Bisdee. of Hutton Court, Somersetshire 
{d. 1898) ; b. 1852 ; m. 1878, dau. of J, S. 
Mitchell, of Sydney, N, S. Wales, 
Australia ; lord of the manors of Hutton 
and uldmixon : Hutton Court, nr. 

Bishop, Chas. Joseph, s, of Chas, 
Bishop, of St, Helens, Lanes ; b. 1851 ; 
m. 1874, Ann Jane, eld, dau. of sir David 
Gamble, 1 bart. ; J,P. (190G) Lancashire : 
Hart Hill, Allerton, Liverpool, 

Bishop, Chas. Thos. J,P. (1896) 
Warwickshire : 8 Carpenter rd. Edg- 
baston, Birmingham, 

Bishop, maj. Chas, Willoughby, 3 s. 
of Jas. Bishop, of 42 Belgrave sq. S.W. ; 
b. 1859 ; m. 1896, Helen, dau, of rt, hon. 
Henry Bruen, of Oak Park, Carlow ; 
maj. 9 lancers 1879-1901 ret,, J.P, (1903) 
Gloucestershire : Naval and Military 
and Arthur's clubs ; Barton Abbotts, 
Tetbury, Glos. 



Bishop, Fredc. Sillery, 3 s. of Fredc. 
Bishop, of Cannes,andlate of The Mount, 
Penkhull,Stoke-on-Trent J.P.(t/. 1891) ; h. 
1848 ; m. 1876, Amy, 6 dau. of late capt. 
John Trotter, of Dyrham Park, Herts; 
J. P. G-lamorganshire : "Welwyn, North- 
wood, Middlx. 

Bishop, Greo., eld. survg. s. of Fras. 
Bishop, late of Tripatore, Madras, India; 
h. 1847: m. 1871, Charlotte Mary, dau. of 
Thos. Rumsley, of Clapham, co. Lon- 
don; J. P. (1907) CO. London: Sussex 
House, 194 Eglinton rd. Woolwich ; 
County of London Magistrates' club. 

Bishop, Jas. Watson, 2 s. of Fredc. 
Bishop, of Cannes, and late of The 
Mount, Penkhull, Stoke-on-Trent, J.P. 
(d.l891) ; 6.1847 ; m. 1876, Adelaide Mary, 
eld. dau. of Harry Coghill, of Coghurst 
Hall, Hastings, and Brampton Tree 
House, Newcastle -under -Lyme, J. p. 
{d. 1897); is J.P. (1884) Staffordshire: 
Jun. Constitutional club ; Oulton House, 
Stone, Staffs. 

Bishop (his honor, Judge), John, b.a. 
Cantab., eld. s. of Chas. Bishop, of Doly- 
garreg {d. 1886) ; h. 1830 ; m. 1884, Caro- 
line, dau. of capt. Morgan Pryse Lloyd, of 
Glansevin, Carmarthenshire ; barr.Inner 
Temple 1853, stipend, magist. at Merthyr 
Tydfil 1876-86, county court judge (cir- 
cuit No. 28) Mid Wales 1886-91, (circuit 
No. 31) from 1891, D.L., J.P. Carmarthen- 
shire and Glamorganshire, J.P. Breck- 
nockshire : Doly-garreg, Llandovery ; 
United University club. 

Bishop, John Hy., j.p. (1908) Devon: 
Durnford st. East Stonehouse,Plymouth. 

Bissell, Jas. Broad, only s. of late Jas. 
Bissell, of Gt. Barr, Staffordshire ; b. 
1845 ; m. 1, 1872, Julia, eld. dau. of late 
Richd. Bagnall, of Severn Bank, Worcs, 
J.P. ; 2, 1897 Edith, 2 dau. of late rev. 
preby. Wolfe, of Arthington, Torquay 
and Leighon, Moretonhampstead, Devon; 
late capt. 1 Staffordshire mil., J.P. (1897) 
Devon : Carlton and J un. Constitutional 
clubs ; Bishopsteignton House, S. Devon. 

Bisset, maj. Maurice Elrington-, late 
R.E., s. of J. F. Elrington, ll.d., q.c. {d. 
1883), by Janet, dau. (d. 1905) of ven. 
M. G. Fenwick-Bisset {d. 1879); b. 
1864 ; m. 1884, Anna Isabella, 2 dau. of 
late capt. W. S. Brinkley, 11 huss. ; 
J.P. Aberdeenshire: Lessendrum, Huntly, 

Bisset, col. sir Wm. Sinclair Smith, 
K.c.i.E.(1897),R.E.,s.of laterev.Jas.Bisset, 
D.D.; 6.1843 ;m.l888,HenriettaM.,eld.dau. 
of late gen. Wm. P. La Touche, Bo.S.C; 
served in Afghan war 1878-80, dep. con- 
sulting engr, for railways 1872-5, mana- 

ger of Rajputana Malwa state railways 
1875-84, agent for Bombay, Baroda and 
Central India railway system 1885-94, 
sec. to govt, of India Public works dept. 
1894-7, govt, director of Indian guar- 
anteed railway cos. 1897-1901, col. ret. 
on Indian pens. 1898 : United Service 
club ; Hill House, Stoke Poges, Bucks. 

Black, Arthur Wm., eld. s. of late 
W. B Black, of Nottingham ; b. 1863 ; 
m. 1887, dau. of late John Spence, of 
Paisley, N.B. ; J.p. Nottingham, sheriff 
l!s98-9, mayor 1902-3, m.p. (l.) N. Bed- 
fordshire from 190tj : National Liberal 
club ; Springfield, Alexandra Park, 

Black, David, eld. s. of Thos. Black, 
late of Livingstone, Linlithgowshire ; h. 
1874; m. 1898, Kate, dau. of late A. 
Sommerville. of Seafield, Linlithgow- 
shire ; J.P. (1907) Suffolk : Red House, 
Bacton, Stowmarket. 

Black, Florance Wm., m.a. Oxon., 
only survg. s. of late Wm. Connel Black, 
D.L., J.P., late capt. Scots greys ; h. 1879; 
m. 1902, Aldyth Lorna, youngest dau. of 
J. T. D'Arcy Hutton, of Marske and 
Aldburgb, Y'orks : J.P. Peeblesshire : 
Ranelagh, Bachelors' and New (Edin- 
burgli) clubs ; Kailzie, Peebles, N. B. 

Black, Fredk. W., c.b. (1908), B.A. 
Lond., 2 s. of late Fred. W. Black, of 
Newport, I. of Wight ; b. 1863 ; to. 1890, 
Sarah Isabella, dau. of Jas. Davisson, of 
Blackheath ; dir. of Naval stores 1903 and 
of Navy contracts from 1906 : Admiralty, 
S.W. ; Roy. London Yacht and Blenheim 
clubs ; The Chestnuts, Brighton rd. 
Sutton, Surrey. 

Black, maj .-gen. Jas. ; in S. Mahratta 
campaign 1844-5, pol. agt. Mahee Kaant 
1859-74, ret. f. p. 1874, as col. Bo. S.C: 

13 Campden Hill rd. Kensington, W. ; 
East India United Service club. 

Black, sir Samuel, s. of late Jas. Black, 
of Bally castle, CO. Antrim ; b. 1830; to. 
1853, Ellen, dau. of late Samuel Archer, 
of Belfast ; admitted a solicitor 1853, 
town clerk of Belfast 1878-1908, knighted 
1892 : Glen Ebor, Strandtown, co. Down. 

Black,Thos.Fraser, j.p.(i894)Middlx. : 

14 Mount ^iew rd. Crouch Hill, N. 
Black, maj. -gen. Wm. Campbell; b. 

1846 ; Burma 1886, commd. Nagpore, 
Deesa andOude dists.l898-1904,maj.-gen. 
1902, ret. 1904, col. 101 Grenadiers from 
1908, Ind. army : Queen Anne's mans. 
Queen Anne's gate, S.W. ; E. I. United 
Service club. 

Black, maj.-gen. sir Wilsone, K.C.B., s. 
of Jas. Black, of Glasgow ; b. 1837 ; served 
with 42 Highlanders in Crimea at siege 


of Sebastopol 1855, in Zulu war 1879, 

A. A. a. on staff of army 1887-91, commdg. 

troops in Jamaica 1891-3, in Belfast dist. 

1893-4, in China and Hong Kong 1895-8, 

ret. p. 1899 : Jun. United Service club. 
Blackall-Sizaonds, Geo., s. of Geo. 

Simonds, of Beading, Berks (d. 1852) ; h. 

1843 : assumed by deed poll addtl. name 

of Blackall 1905 : Abercorn mans. St. 

John's Wood, N.W. ; Jun. Carlton club ; 

Bradfield House, nr. Reading, Berks. 
Blackburn, archd. of (Manchester), 

vide ven. R. C. Fletcher. 
Blackburn, Arthur Kershaw, j.p. 

(1907) W.R. Yorks ; East Ardsley, nr. 


Blackbtirn, Harold Bellas, 4 but 3 

survg. s. of Edwd. Blackburn, of Haine, 

CO. Devon {d. 1887) ; b. 1859 ; m. 1895, 

Constance V., dau. of rev. R. T. Blagden ; 

lord of the manor of Stowford : Donhead 

Hall, nr. Salisbury; Hayne, Stowford, 

Lew Down S.O. North Devon. 

Blackburn, John Wm., j.p. (1908) 
W. R. Yorks : Hallwood House, Tod- 

Blackburn, Robt. Leslie, K.C., s. of 

late Robt. Blackburn ; h. 1864 ; m. 1893, 
lady Constance, dau. of 13 earl of Strath- 
more, h. 1865 : advocate 1887, k.C. 1906 : 
13 Ainslie pi. Edinburgh. 

Blackbume, ven. Foster Grey, m.a. 
Oxon., s. of rev. Thos. Blackburne, rect. 
of Prestwich, Lancashire ; h. 1838 ; hon. 
minor canon of Chester cath. 1872, rect. 
of Nantwich, Chesh. 1872-94, r.d. of 
Bury and rect. from 1894, archd. of Man- 
chester from 1905 : The Rectory, Bury, 

Blackburne, Fras. Wm., eld. s. of 
Wm. M. Blackburne, of Tankardstown, 
CO. Meatb {d. 1868) ; h. 1851 ; m. 1895, 
Olivia B. L., dau. of J. Anstruther 
Thomson, of Charleton, Fife ; j.p. co. 
Meath (sheriff 1898) : Oxford and Cam- 
bridge and Kildare St. (Dublin) clubs ; 
Tankardstown, Slane, co. Meath. 

Blackbume,Robert Ireland, c.b. (mil. 
1902), only s. of col. John Ireland 
Blackburne, of Hale Hall, Lanes, M.P., 
D.L., J.P. {d. 1893) ; h. 1850 ; m. 1885, 
Georgina V., youngest dan. of late It.- 
col. sir Gustavus Hume, knt. ; is D.L., 
J.P. (1893) Lancashire, hon. col. 3 battn. 
(mil.) S. Lanes regt. 1903, late It.-col. 
commdg. (1896-1903), hon. It.-col. in the 
army 1901, served in S. Africa 1900-1 : 
Carlton, United Service and St. James' 
clubs ; Hale Hall, nr. Liverpool. 

Blacker, capt. Fredk. St. John, only 
survg. s. of Wm, Blacker, of Castle Mar- 
tin, CO. Kildare, j.p. {d. 1907) by his 1 


wife hon. Mary, 4 dau. {d. 1885) of 3 
baron Cloncurry ; h. 1881 ; served in S. 
African war 1899-1902, capt. Rif. Brig, 
from 1905 : Castle Martin, Newbridge, 
CO. Kildare. 

Blacker, rev. Robt. Shapland Carew, 
M.A. Trin. CoU. Dub., s. of Wm. Blacker, 
of Woodbrook, co. Wexford {d. 1831); 
h. 1826 ; m. 1858, Theodosia S. C, dau. 
{d. 1890) of Geo. Meara, of May Park, co. 
Waterford; rect. of Marholm, Northants 
1860-77, hon. canon of Peterborough 
1869-77, J.P. COS. Wexford and Armagh : 
Woodbrook, Killanne, Enniscorthy, co. 
Wexford ; Car rick blacker, Portadown, 
CO. Armagh. 

Blacker - Doug-lass, Maxwell Van- 
deleur, eld. s. of St, John Thos. Blacker- 
Douglass, of Grace Hall, co. Down and 
Elm Park, co. Armagh, D.l,, J.P.(d 1900); 
b. 1859 ; m. 1891, Alice, only child of 
Robt. Macgeough, of Silver Bridge, co. 
Armagh ; assumed by royal licence 
addtl. name of Douglass 1880 : Elm Park, 
Killylea S.O. co. Armagh ; Bellevue Park, 
Killiney S.O. co. Dublin. 

Blackett. maj.-gen. sir Edward Wm., 7 
bart. (1673), C.B. (1905), eld. s. of sir E. 
Blackett, 6 bart. {d. 1885) ; h. 1831 ; m. 
1871, hon. Julia, dau. of 17 baron Somer- 
ville, b. 1844 ; in Crimea with rifle bri- 
gade 1854; knt. leg. hon.,J,P,Northumber- 
land(8heriff 1889)'(i^etr, ^. Hugh Douglas, 
b. 1873): Matfen Hall, Corbridge S.O. 

Blackett, lady.— Alethea R. A., vide 
H. F. G. Holt. 

Blackett,mr8.Georgiana F., dau. of sir 
Andrew Corbet, 2 bart. ; m. 1861, coL 
Christopher Edwd. Blackett, of Arbig- 
land, Kirkcudbrightshire, D.L., j.p. {d. 
1904): Arbigland, Kirkbean, Dumfries, 

Blackett-Ord, John Reginald, eld. s. 
of Andrew John Blackett-Ord, of Whit- 
field Hall, Northumb. j.p. {d. 1899) ; h. 
1885 : j.p. (1907) Northumberland : 
Whitfield Hall, Whitfield S.O.Northumb. 
Blacklock. Joseph Herbert, eld. s. of 
Wm. Thos. Blacklock, of Hopefield, 
Pendleton, Lancashire, J.P. ; b. 1855 ; m. 
1876, Julia, dau. of Chas. Corser, of 
Wolverhampton, Staffordshire ; is J.p. 
Northants : New University cIuIj ; Over- 
thorpe House, Banbury. 

Blackmore, Edwin Gordon, c.M.G. 
(1901), 8. of late Edwd. Blackmore, 
xM.D. ; b. 1837 ; m. 1872, Eleanora E., 
eld. dau. of ven. Geo. Hy. Farr, ll.d., of 
Adelaide ; served in the New Zealand 
war 1863-4, librarian of Legislature, S. 
Australia, 1864, clerk of Assembly 1886,. 


of Parliaments 1887, of Federal Conven- 
tion 1897-8, of the Parliaments, Com- 
monwealth of Australia from 1901, 
author of works on Parliamentary, &c. 
subjects : Parliament House, Melbourne, 

Black-wall, John, s. of John Blackwall, 
of Hendre, Denbighshire, J.p.; b. 1866 ; 
m. Christian Stewart, dau. of John 
Stewart Jackson, of Valparaiso, Chile, S. 
America ; j.p. (1904) Denbighshire and 
(1908) Carnarvonshire : Hendre House, 
Llanrwst S.O. Denbighshire. 

Blackwall, John Blackwall Evans- ; 
0. 1837 ; m. 1871, Lucy, dau. of R. Eaton ; 
J.p. Derbyshire : Blackwall, Kirk Ireton, 

Black-well, Ernley Robertson Hay, 
barr. Inner Temple 1892, asst. und. 
sec. of state for Home dep*-. from 1906 : 
28 St. James' court, Buckingham gate, 
S.W. ; Home Office, Whitehall, S.W. 

Black-well, maj.-gen. Jas. Edwd., r. a., 
It.-col. (col. 1885) R.A. 1881-6, ret. p. 1886. 

Black-well, Samuel John, j.p. (1901), 
Middlx. : Brookshill, Harrow Weald, 

Black-well, mrs. Caroline, eld. dau. of 
John Griffith Frith, of Highlands, Glos. 
{d. 1868) ; m. 1863, rev. Robt. Edwd. 
Blackwell, rect. of Amberley, Glos. ; 
patroness of the living of Amberley : 
Highlands, Amberley, Stroud, Glos. 

Black-wood, capt. sir Francis, 4 bart. 
(1814), R.N., bro. of 3 bart. {d. 1854) ; b. 
1838 ; m. 1, 1861, Laura 0., 2 dau. of R. S. 
Palmer ; 2, 1871, Dorothy F., dau. of late 
rev. E. H. Quicke, of Newton St. Cyres, 
Devon ; capt. R.N., ret. 1886 {Heir, s. Hy. 
Robt. Temple, b. 1862) : 30 Walpole st. 
Chelsea, S.W. ; United Service club. 

Black-wood, capt. lord Fdk. Temple 
Hamilton-Temple-, D.s.o. (1900),4 s. of 
1 marq. of Dufferin ; b. 1875 ; m. 1908, 
Brenda, only dau. of Robt. Woodhouse, 
of Orford House, Bishops Stortford ; 
served in S. African war 1899-1900, adjt. 
Nottinghamshire Yeo. from 1907, capt. 9 
lancers from 1904 : White's club ; The 
Hermitage, Nottingham. 

Black-wood, Harry Officer, 3 s. of 
Richd. Blackwood {d. 1881); 6. 1868; 
m. 1892, Isla Jessie, 2 dau. of W. D. 
Mackenzie, of Fawley Court, Bucks and 
Farr, Inverness ; late capt. 4 battn.(mil.) 
Lincoln regt., J.P. (1903) Oxfordshire: 
Wellington club ; West Monkton House, 

Black-wood, lord (Ian) Basil Hamil- 
ton-Temple-, 3 s. of 1 marq. of DuflEerin ; 
b. 1870; barr. Inner Temple 1897, dep. 
judge advoc. S. Ahica. 1900-1, sec. to 

gov. of Orange River Colony 1901-3, 
a'^st. col. sec. there 1903-7, col. sec. of 
Barbados from 1907, heir pres. to mar- 
quesate : Bridgetown, Barbados. 

Blackwood,maj.PriceFredk.,late R.A., 
3 s. of rev. the hon. Wm. Stear Black- 
wood, vicar of Ballinderry, co. Antrim 
{d. 1874) ; b. 1841; m. 1880, Henrietta, 
only child of late Albemarle Bertie Cator; 
ret. capt. and hon. maj. R.A. 1880, J.P. 
Berks and Northants : 52 Queen's Gate 
ter. South Kensington, S.W. ; Carlton, 
Naval and Military and Hurlingham 

Blackwood, lady Alicia, sis. of 8 earl 
of Cavan : b. 1818 ; m. 1849, rev. James 
Stevenson Blackwood, D.D., LL.D. (d. 
1882) : Boxmoor House, Boxmoor, Herts. 

Black-wood, lady Doris Gwendoline 
Hamilton-Temple-, b. 1895 ; lady Ursula 
Florence Hamilton-Temple-, b. 1899; 
lady Patricia Ethel Hamilton-Temple-, 
b. 1902 ; daus. of 2 marq. of Dufferin. 

Black-wood, lady Hermione Catherine 
Helen Hamilton-Temple-, dau. of 1 marq. 
of Dufferin ; b. 1869. 

Blades, John Horton, s. of late 
Brownlow W. Blades, West Bromwich ; 
b. 1841 ; m. 1865, Sarah, eld. dau. of 
Edmund Collumbell, Derby ; J.P. (1907) 
Staffs and W. Bromwich (aldm. from 
18—), pres. of several temperance soc, 
M.P. (L.) W. Bromwich 1885-6 : Oak- 
hurst, West Bromwich. 

Bladworth, John, j.p. (1905) W. R. 
Yorks : Percy Lodge, Goole. 

Blad-worth, John Coulman, s. of 
Thos. Bladworth, of Whitgift Hall, 
Yorks (d. 1901); lord of the manor: 
Whitgift Hall, Whitgift S.O. Yorks. 

Blagrave, Hy. Barry, 2 and eld 
survg. 8. of John Hy. Blagrave, of Calcot 
Park, Berks, D.L., j.p. {d. 1895) ; b. 1848 ; 
m. 1885, Margaret, 3 dau. {d. 190G) of 
Eugene Moran, of New York, U.S.A. : 
Calcot Park, Tilehurst, Reading. 

Blagrave, John Gratwicke, 3 and 
2 survg. s. of John Hy. Blagrave, of 
Calcot Park, Berks, and Barrow House, 
Somerset {d. 1895) ; b. 1853 ; w. 1898, 
Fanny Julia, 7 dau. of late sir Alex. 
Beaumont Churchill Dixie, 10 bart., and 
widow of lord Hy. Edwd. Brudenell 
Somer^^et (d. 1897) ; lord of the manor of 
Barrow Gurney, Som., capt. and hon. 
maj. N. Somerset I.Y. 1895-1903 : 
Cavalry club. 

Blagrove, col. Hy. John, c.b. (1900), 
s. of Hy. John Blagrove, of Cardiff 
Hall, Jamaica and Gloucester pi. W. ; 
b. 1854 : m 1, 1884, Alice E., dau. {d. 
1897) of late rev. E. Boothby, of Whit- 


well, Derbyshire ; 2, 1904, Violet, dau. 
of Fredk. Walton, of CvvmllecoHdiog, 
Mont. ; served in Afghan war 1879-80, 
EgvDtian war 1882, S. African war 1899- 
1901, It.-col. (brevet col. 1900) 13 hms. 
1896-1901, ret. p. 1901 : Army and Navy 
club ; Westholme, Pilton, Somerset. 

Blain, Wm., c.b. (1906) ; b. 1861 ; asst. 
sec. to the Treasury and auditor of the 
civil list from 1907 : Ravensbourue,South 
Norwood, S.E. ; The Treasury, White- 
hall S.W. 

Blain, sir Wm. Arbuthnot, s. of G. 
Blain ; b. 1833 ; m. 1860, Harriet Ann, 
dau.(<Z. 1906) of J. Allen, of Hands worth ; 
J. P. Nottingham, pres. Savings Bank, 
knighted 1897 : 17 (Cavendish cres. south. 
The Park, Nottingham. 

Blaine, sir Chas. Fredk., eld. s. of 
Benj. Blaine, M.D., of Natal ; b. 18 — ; 
TO. 18—, Helen M., dau. of Thos. Howie ; 
knighted 1889 : Jetty st. Port Elizabeth, 
Cape of Good Hope. 

Blaine, lady.— Letitia P., 5 dau. of 
sir Timothy Yansittart Stonhouse, 14 
bart. ; m. 1881, as his 2 wife, sir Robt. 
Stickney Blaine, knt., mayor of Bath 
1872-3, M.p. (c.) Bath 1885-6 {d. 1897). 

Blair, gen. Chas. Renny, Indian 
mutiny 1857-8, gen. 1894 Ind. army, 
on U.S. list 1889 : 37 Green Park, Bath. 

Blair, Claude Herbert. 2 s. of Chas. 
Blair, of Manchester ; h. 1852 ; m. 1872, 
Annie M., dau. of W. Antonio Murray, 
of Moss Side, Lancaster; j.p. (1907j 
Lancashire : Southbank, Atherton, Man- 

Blair, rev. sir David Hunter-, 5 bart. 
(1786), M.A. Oxon. eld. s. of 4 bart. (J. 
1896) ; 6. 1853; in holy orders of Church 
of Rome, a monk of the Benedictine 
order, heir, bro. commdr. Edwd. Hunter- 
Blair, q.v. : St. Benedict's Abbey, Fort 
Augustus, Inverness, N.B. 

Blair, commdr. Edwd. Hunter-, R.N., 
4 but 2 survg. s. of sir Edwd. Hunter- 
Blair, 4 bart. {d. 1896) ; b. 1858 ; to. 
1886, Cecilia D., dau. of sir Wm. Jas. 
Farrer, knt. ; d.l., Ayr, heir pres. 
to baronetcy : Naval and Miliiary club ; 
BlaJrquhan Castle, Mavbole, N.B. 

Blair, col. Fredk. Gordon, C.B. (1900), 
only s. of capt. Wm. Fordyce Blair, R.N., 
D.L., J.P., of Blair, Ayrshire (d. 1888) 
b. 1852 ; m. 1880, Mary E., dau. of Wm. 
Baird, of Elie and Rosemount ; D.L., 
J.p. Ayrshire, J.P. Rutland (sherili 
1886 and vice-chm. Territorial Force 
Assoc, from 1908), late capt. 16 lancers, 
commd. mounted troops 8 divn. S. Africa 
1900-1, hon. It.-col. in the army 1900, It.- 
col. commdg. and hon. col. Leicestershire 


I.Y. 1895-1904, hon. col. of the regt. from 
1906 : Turf club ; Ashwell Hall, Oakham ; 
Blair, Dalrv. Ayrshire. 

Blair, Hunter, j.p. (1907) Northum- 
berland : Fernwood, 19 Linden rd. Gos- 
forth, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Blair, Patrick, 2 s. of Hugh Blair, of 
Aucheni*eoch, Kirkcudbrightshire ; b. 
1836 ; TO. 1, 1873, hon. Eleonora Jane 
Ross, dau. (d. 1896) of 1 baron Moncreiff ; 
2. 1899, Elizabeth Hunter, dau. of late 
Wm. Thoms, Dundee, and widow of 
Archibald Anderson Watt, of Denmylne; 
partner in firm of Blair and Cadell : 
1 1 Ainslie pi. Edinburgh ; St. Mary's 
Tower. Birnam, N.B. ; Jun. Carlton, and 
New (Edinburgh) clubs. 

Blair, mrs. Mary, dau. of late G. Y. 
Blair, of Drumrauck Hall,Hutton Rudby, 
Yorks; m. 1888, Percy Alex. Field 
Sadler, J.P. Avho assumed name of Blair 
in lieu of Sadler 1892, and d. in 1906) : 
Linden Grove, Hutton Rudby, Yarm. 

Blair, Robert,M.D.Edin., youngest s. of 
Alex. Blair, of Borrowstounness, Lin- 
lithgowshire ; b. 1847 ; to. 1878, Emma, 
dau. of Henry Pritt, of Preston, Lanes : 
J.p. W. R. Yorks : Anglesey House, 
Goole, Yorks. 

Blake, vide Aldrich-Blake. 

Blake, vide Jex- Blake. 

Blake, Arthur Maurice, c.b. (1897), 
V.D., 8. of late col. F. R. Blake, C.B., 
and nephew of late W. J. Blake, 
Danesbury, Welwyn ; b. 1852; to. 1881, 
Isabel, 2 dau. of J. S. Crawley, 
of Stock wood. Beds. ; capt. late gren. 
gds., It.-col. (hon. col. 1891) 1 vol. 
battn. Bedfordshire regt. 1880-1900 ; D.L., 
J.p. Herts, sheriff of Rutland 1887: 
Warmwell House, Dorchester, Dorset. 

Blake, col. Benjn. Watson, s. of W. 
Bkke, of Wraxhall House, Wilts [d. 
1879) ; 6.1846 ; to. 1874, Edith G., dau. 
of late S. Pitman, of Oulton Hall, 
Norfolk ; J.P. Devon ; comrad. 20 huss. 
1885-9, ret. p. : Naval and Military club ; 
Bellair, Heavitree, Exeter. 

Blake, Chas, Fredk. Sapte, eld. s. of 
Edwd. Fredk. Blake, of Shanklin Towers, 
I. of W. ; b. 1869 ; to. 1893, Annie Ethel, 
2 dau. of late John Rogerson, j.p. of Crox- 
dale Hall, co, Durham ; admitted a soli- 
citor 1902 : Great Budbridge Manor, 
Merstone, I. of W. 

Blake. Chas. Joseph, b.a. Dublin, 2 s. 
of V. O'C. Blake of Towerhill, co. Mayo, 
D.L., J.P. {d. 1879) ; b. 1840 ; Irish barr. 
1862, J.P. Queen's co. (sheriff 1895) and 
CO. (3-alway : Raleigh and Stephen's 
Green clubs; Heath House, Marj- 




borough. Queen's co.; Bunowen Castle, 
Clifden S.O. co. Gal way. 

Blake, hon. Chas. Wm. Joseph Hy., 
eld. s. of 4 baron Wallscourt ; b. 1875 ; 
m. 1897, Ellen, dau. of Joseph Mayo and 
widow of P. Boisset. 

Blake, hon. Edward, p.c. (Canada), 
K.C., LL.D., M.A, Toronto Univ. ; eld. s. 
of late (hon.) Wm, Hume Blake, 
Ontario, chancellor of Upper Canada ; 6. 
1833 ; m. 1858, Margaret, dau. of late bp. 
(Cronyn) of Huron ; barr. Up. Canada 
1856, Q.c. 1864, M.P. (L.) Canadian 
Parliament 1867-91, P.C. 1873, treas. Law 
Soc. Ont. 1878-93, chanc. oi' University 
of Toronto from 1876, M.P. (l.) Ont. 
parlt. 1867-72, prime min. of Ont. 1871-2, 
min. of Justice Canada 1875-7, pres. of 
council 1877-8, M.P. (n.) S. Longford 
1 892-1907 : National Liberal club ; To- 
ronto, Ontario; Murray Bay, Quebec. 

Blake, sir Ernest Edwd., k.o.m g. 
(1901), 8. of rev. Edmund Blake, of Bram- 
erton, Norfolk ; b. 1845; m. 1874, Cath- 
arine Isabella, dau. {d. 1902) of late Alfred 
Blyth, of 38 Westbourne terr. ; entd.' 
Colonial Office 1863, Crown Agent for the 
Colonies from 1881 : 4 Whitehall gdns. 
S.W. ; Hawkshill, Leatherhead, Surrey. 

Blake, hon. ErroU Wyndham Lincolu, 
2 8. of 4 baron Wallscourt: b. 1875. 

Blake, col. sir Eras. Douglas, 1 bart. 
(1907), B.A. Oxon., eld. s. of F. Blake, of 
Tillmouth Park, Northumb. {d. 1861) ; 
b. 1856 ; m. 1886, Selina C, eld. dau. of 
Jas. Cleland Burns, of Glenlee, Hamilton, 
N.B. ; barr. Inner Temple 1881, D.L., j.p. 
(1901) Northumberland, It. -col. commdt. 
(hon. col. 1904) Northumb. r.g.a. (mil.) 
1901-8, vice-chm. Northumberland Terri- 
torial Force Assoc, from 1908 {Heir, s. 
Eras. E. C, b. 1893) : United University 
club ; Tillmouth Pk.,Cornhm-on-Tweed. 

Blake, col. Geo. Pilkington, only s. of 
J. B. Blake, of Thurston House, Suffolk, 
j.p. {d. 1874), by 4 dau. of late sir Thos. 
Pilkington, 7 bart. ; b. 1835 ; m. 1, 1860, 
Adeline, 3 dau. {d. 1890) of Jas. King 
King, of Staunton Park, Leominster; 
2, 1893, Adela Mary, dau. of Theobald 
Ih^obald, of Sutton Courtney Abbey, 
Abingdon, and widow of Thos.Duffield ; 
in Indian mutiny 1857-8, It.-col. comdg. 
(lion, col.) Suffolk yeom. 1876-87, J.p. 
Suffolk : Hewitts, Willesboro', Ashford, 

Blake, Henry, M.A.Cantab., s. of John 
Joseph Blake, of Bramerton Hall, Nor- 
folk {d. 1881) : b. 1833 : The Hall. Bra- 
merton, Norwich. 

Blake, Henry, 4 s. of late Alfred 
Blake, of Codford, Wilts, j.p. j b. 1851 ; 

m. Catherine Eva, dau. of J. Gayton. of 
Trowbridge, Wilts; J.P. ( 1905)* Wilts : 
Elm hurst, Hilperton rd. Trowbridge. 

Blake, sir Henry Arthur, g.c.m.G. 
(1897), P.R.G.s., eld. s. of Peter Blake; 
of Corbally Castle, co. Gal way {d. 1851), 
b. 1840 ; m. 1, 1862, eld. dau. {d. 1866) of 
A. Irwin of Ballymore, Boyle ; 2, 1874, 
Edith, eld. dau. of Ralph Bernal-Osborne, 
of Newtown Anner, co. Tipperary ; entd. 
R. Irish Constably. 1859, res. magisr. 
1876, 1 of the 5 sped. res. magist. selected 
by govt, in 1882 ; knt. of justice of order 
of St. John of Jerusalem, gov. of the 
Bahamas 1884-7,of Newfoundland 1887-8, 
of Jamaica 1888-97, of Hong Kong 1897- 
1903, of Ceylon 1903-7 : Myrtle Grove, 
Youghal, CO. Cork ; Marlborough, 
Brooks', and Kildare St. (Dublin) clubs. 

Blake, Henry Claude, M.v.o. 5 class 
(1903), 3 s. of late John Lane Blake and 
nephew of sir Henry A. Blake, g.c.m.G., 
gov. of Ceylon 1903-7 ; 6.1874 ; w. 1906 
Emilie Jerr-.rd ; Athlone pursuivant of 
Arms 1899-1907, late It. 3 vol. battn. R. 
Welsh Fus. ; esq., order of St. John of 
Jerusalem : 22 Morehampton rd. Dublin. 

Blake. John Heritage, j.p. (1900) 
Wilts : Beechfield, Melksham. 

Blake, It.-col. Llewellyn, only survg. 
s. of Maurice Blake, of Ballinafad, co. 
Mayo {d. 18 — ), by dau. and heiress of 
Marcus Lynch, of Clog hbally more, co. 
Galway ; b. 1842 ; maj. and hon. It.- 
col. late 3 battn. (mil.) Connaught 
Rangers, d.l. co. Mayo, j.p. co. Galway : 
Ballinafad, Drum, co. Mayo ; Clogh- 
ballymore, Kilcolgan, co. Galway. 

Blake, Luttrell Bruce, eld. s. of surg.- 
maj. Walter Blake (d. 1881); b. 18—; 
m. 1904, Lucy C. E., only dau. (</. 1907) 
of John N. Moore; J.p. (1903) Carmar- 
thenshire : Whitland Abbey, Whitland 
S.O. Carmarthenshire. 

Blake, col. Malachi Locke, v.d., s. of 
Wm. Blake, of Bridge, llminster; b. 1848 : 
J.p. and c.A. Somerset : Bridge, South 
Petherton S.O. Somerset. 

Blake, col. Maurice Chas. Joseph, C.B., 
eld. s. of V. O'C. Blake, of Towerhill, j.p., 
D.L. {d. 1879) ; b. 1838 ; w. 1863, Jean- 
nette, only dau. of R. F. O'Reilly, of 
Sans-Souci, co. Dublin : J.P. co. Gnlway, 
j.p,, d.l. CO. Mayo (sheriff 1864), It.-col. 
(hon. col. 1886) commdg. 3 battn. (mil.) 
Connaught rangers 1885-97 : United 
Service (Dublin) club ; Towerhill, Bally- 
glass, CO. Mayo. 

Blake, sir Patrick James Graham, 5 
bart. (1772), only s. of late rev. H.B.Blake, 
by only dau. of H, J. Oakes of Nowton 
Court, Bury St. Edmunds, and grands, of 



4 bart. (d. 1880) ; b. 1861 ; m. 1883, Emma 
Grertrude, only dau. of late Thos. Pilk- 
ington Dawson, of G-roton House,Suffolk, 
lord of the manor of Bard well, J. P.Suffolk; 
It. 3 battn. (mil.) Suffolk regt. 1880-4 
{ffeir,s.GvLihheTt Patrick,6.1885): Orleans 

Slake, Eobt., eld. survg. s. of Hy. 
Blake {d. 1858) ; b. 1834 ; sheriff of Gal- 
way 1892 : Ballyglunin Park, Athenry, 
CO. Galway. 

Blake, Robt, j.p. (1908) Somerset : 
Teabridge House, South Petherton S.O. 

Blake, Thos. Joseph, b.a. Trin. coll. 
Dub,, 5 s. of Valentine O'Connor Blake, 
D.L., J.P. {d. 1879) ; b. 1849 ; Irish barr. 
1873, memb. of Dub. Chamber of Com- 
merce : Bunowen Castle, Clifden, co. 

Blake, major sir Valentine, 14 bart. 
(1622), b. 1836 ; m. 1864, Camilla Eugenia, 
dau. of Harvey Combe, M.C.S. : j.p. co. 
Galway {Eeir, s. Thos. Patrick Ulick 
John Harvey, 6. 1870) : Menlough Castle, 

Blake, Wm. Farewell, eld. s. of late 
Wm. Blake, of South Petherton, Somer- 
setshire, D.L., J.P. {d. 1901); b. 1846; 
j.p. (1897) Somersetshire : Bridge House, 
S. Petherton, Som. 

Blake, Wm. Heitland, M.A., 2 s. of 
rev. H. W. Blake, of Thurning, Nor- 
folk ; b. 1852 ; m. 1880, Catherine, dau. 
of rev. J. P. Hammond, of Sopley, 
Hants; J.P. (1908) Norfolk: Jun. Con- 
stitutional club ; Billingford Hall, 
North Elmham, Noifolk. 

Blake, mrs. Eliza Mary, only dau, of 
late Edwd. Bevan, of Oxton, Birkenhead ; 
7ft, 1898, Thos. Blake, of Lebanon, co, 
Hereford, j.p., m.p. (l,) Leominster 1876- 
80 ; Glo'stershire (Forest of Dean divn.) 
1885-7 {d. 1901) : Ryefield, Heswall, 

Blake, hon. mrs. Mary Josephine, dau. 
of 3 baron de Freyne ; b. 1860 ; ?«. 1880, 
Valentine J. Blake, 3 s. of V. O'C. Blake, 
of Towerhill,co. Mayo, J.P., D.L. {d. 1879). 

Blake-Humfrey, It-col. Thos., 2 s. of 
Robt, Blake-Humfrey, of Wroxham, 
Norfolk {d. 1886) ; b. 1844 ; served in 
Afghan war 1880, Burmese expdn, 1886-7. 
late The King's (Liverpool) regt., on ret, 
p., J.P. (1900) Norfolk: Naval and 
Military club ; Heggatt Hall, Horstead, 

Blakeley, Wm., j.p. (1874), W. R. 
Yorks : Rokeby, Birkby, Huddersfield. 

Blakeney, John Theophilus, eld. s. 
or Jonn Blakeney, of Castle Blakeney, 
CO. Galway, D.L., j.p. {d. 1901) ; b. 1856 ; 

J.P. CO. Galway : Abbert, Ballyglunin, 
CO. Galway. 

Blaker, sir John Geo., s. of J. G. 
Blaker, of Brighton ; b. 1854 ; m. 1890, 
Lily Cuwell ; J.P. Brighton, aldm. from 
1892, mayor 1895-6, 1896-7 and 1897-8, 
knighted 1897 : The Romans, Stanford 
avenue. Brighton. 

Blakesley, Geo. Blockley, j.p, (1904) 
Derbyshire : Oakfield, Tamworth rd. 

Blakesley, Geo. Holmes, M.A.Cantab., 
eld. s. of late very rev. J. W. Blakesley, 
dean of Lincoln ; 6. 1846 ; in. 1878, Alice 
A., youngest dau. of late rev. canon Wm. 
S. Gilly, vicar of Norham ; barr.Lincoln's 
Inn 1872, chancellor of the of 
Peterborough 1891-1907, clerk to the 
Mercers' Co. from 1907 : 14 Nevern rd. 
S.W. ; Mercers' Hall, 4 Ironmonger 
lane, E.C. 

Blakeway, maj. Denya Brooke, c.i.E., 
(1908), served with expdn. against the 
Zakka Khel and Mohmands 1908. 

Blakiston,rev.HerbertEdwd. Douglas, 
D.D. Oxon., eld. and only survg. s. of rev. 
Douglas Yeoman Blakiston, M.A., late 
vicar of East Grinstead, Sussex ; 6. 1862 ; 
fell., lectr. and tutor of Trin. Coll. Ox. 
1887-1907, jun. bursar 1898-1907, pro- 
proctor 1896-8, jun. proctor 1899-1900, 
Univ. auditor 1903-8, pres. of Trinity 
Coll. Oxon from 1907 : Trinity College, 

Blakiston, sir Horace Nevile, 6 bart. 
(1763), nephew of 4 bart. {d. 1883) ; 
b. 1861 {Heir, bro. Chas. Edwd., 6. 1862): 
Lynton, Westby rd. Boscombe, Bourne- 

Blakiston, very rev. Ralph Milburn, 
M.A. Cantab., f.s.a., 2 s, of rev, Robt. 
Blakiston, rect. of Ashington, Sussex ; 
b. 1843 ; m. 1873, Alice Gertrude, dau. 
of capt. Robt. Parr, 45 regt. ; dean 
of Booking and rect. of Hadleigh, 
Suffolk, from 1899 : The Deanery, Had- 
leigh, Suffolk ; St. Stephen's club. 

Blakiston-Houston, John, eld. s. of 
R. B. Blakiston-Houston, of Orangefield, 
CO. Down {d. 1857) ; b. 1829 ; m. 1859, 
Marian, dau. (_d. 1893) of R. S. Streatfeild, 
of The Rocks, Sussex ; j.p., d.l. and H.M. 
vice-lieut. of the co. Down (sheriff 1860), 
M.P. (c.) N. Down 1898-1900 : Carlton 
club ; Orangefield and Roddens, Belfast. 

Blaksley, maj. -gen. John, lt.-col. 
commdg. (col. 1885) The Buffs, 1882-6, 
rec. p. 1886 : Jun. United Service club ; 9 
Lansdowne sq. Hove, Brighton. 

Blarney, Wm. Colli ver, J.P. (1908) 
Cornwall : Penare, Gorrau S.O. Corn- 




Blanc, dep. surg.-gen. sir Hy. Julius, 
K.c.v.o. (1901), M.D. Montpelier, f.r.o.p. 
Lond., M.R.c.s.Etig., s. of laite Hy. 
Antoine Blanc ; b. 1831 ; m. 1877, Stella, 
diu. of Eyre Burton Powell, c.s.i.; 
served in China war 1860-62, memb. 
Abyssinian mission 1864, dep. surg.-eren. 
I. Med. S. (Bombay), ret. 1887 : Villa 
Manonka, Cannes, France. 

Bland, vide Davison-Bland. 

Bland, Chas., j.p. (1908) E.R. Yorks: 
Wesley pi. Howden. 

Bland, maj.-gen. Edwd. Loftus, R.E., 
8. of rev. R. W. Bland, of Abbeyville, 
Whiteabbey ; b. 1829 ; m. 1859, Emma F. 
dau. of R. F. Franks, of Jerpoint, co. 
Kilkenny ; ret. p. 1887 : Woodbank, i 
Whiteabbey, co. Antrim. 

Bland, Fras. Lawrence, eld. s, of Fras. 
Malt by Bland, of Emneth, Norfolk, d.l., 
J.p. ; b. 1873; m. 1899,Mabel Barbara, dau. 
of late John V. Gooch, of Bracknell, 
Berks; J.P. (1900) Isle of Ely: Rookwood, 
Copdock, Ipswich. 

Bland, Fras. Maltby, eld.s.of late Fras. 
Lawrence Bland, of Snaresbrook, Essex ; 
b. 1845 ; m. 1872, Edith R., eld. dan. of 
late H. F. Barclay, of Monkhams, Essex, 
D.L., J.p, ; is D.L. Cambridgeshire, j.p. 
Norfolk and Isle of Ely: Isthmian and 
White's clubs ; Inglethorpe Manor, 
Emneth, Norfolk. 

Bland, John Loftus, s. of Loftus 
Hy. Bland, of Blandsfort, Queen's co., 
Q.C., M.p. {d. 1872) ; b. 1841 ; m. 1, 1868, 
Alice, 2 dau. {d. 1898) of late capt. Geo. 
Hotham, R.B. ; 2, 1899, Georgianna 
Augusta, dau. of late Geo. White West, 
of Ardenode. co. Kildare ; d.l,, j,p. 
Queen's co,, late capt, 6 Inniskilling 
drags,: Blandsfort, A>)be}leix,Queen"s co. 

Bland, Thos. Elsey, j.p. and o.c, 
Essex : The Friary, Maldon. 

Blandford, marq. of, John Albert 
Edwd. Wm. Spencer Churchill, eld. s. of 
duke of Marlborough ; b. 1897. 

Blandford, Joseph Whitfield, l.r.c.p, 
Edin., m.r.c.s. Eng., v.d. (1903), 4 s. of 
Thos. Blandford, of Corbridge, Nor- 
thumb.; h. 1847; m. 1875, dau. of Jas. 
Fowler, j.p,, of Durham; col. 1902, 
adminis. med. officer Norttiumbrian 
divn. N. commd. Territorial force from 
1908, J,P. (1904)00. Durham : Auxiliary 
Forces club ; The Manor, Norton, Stock- 

Blandford, marchioness of, lady Al- 
berta F.. dau. of 1 duke of Abercorn, 
K.G. ; m. 1869, marq. of Blandford (after- 
wards 8 duke of Marlborough, d. 1892) 
(she obtained a divorce 1883) : 108 Park 
Bt. W. 

Blandy. Henry Bilson, 2 s. of Wm. 
Blandy,of Westwood,Berka,j.p. (d.l873); 
b. 1828 ; m. 1854, Jane, only dau. of late 
Griffiths Williams Morris, of Bamet, 
Herts and Clynsaithman, Cardiganshire ; 
J.p. Berks and Reading (mayor 1871, 3 
and 1878, 80, hon. freedom conferred 
1907) : Jun, Constitutional, Primrose 
and Berkshire clubs ; Mertonford, Wok- 

Blandy, misses Grace E. F. and Agnes 
M. C. A., daus. of iate Fredc. Blandy, of 
Birchamp House, Gloucestershire, J.P. 
{d. 1896) : Birchamp House, Newland, 
Coleford, Glos. 

Blandy-Jenkinjs, col. John, eld. s. 
of late J. Blandy, of Kingston Bagpuize, 
Berks ; b. 1839; m. 1, 1861, Alice M.. 3 dau. 
(d. 1895) of late C. W. Faber, of Northaw, 
Herts ; 2, 1897, Elizabeth N. 4 dau. of late 
maj.-gen. G. Drury, R,M,L.I., of North 
Huish, Devon ; is j.p. Glamorgan, D.L., 
J.P. Berks (sheriff 1866) ; assumed, by 
royal licence, name of Jenkins, 1858 ; 
It.-col. (hon. col. 18S7) 3 battn. (mil.) 
R. Berks regt. 1886-8: Union club; 
Llanharan House, Pontyclun S.O. 

Blane, It. Chas. Rodney, R.N., eld. s. 
of capt. Arthur Rodney Blane, R.N. {d. 
1890) and nephew and heir pres, to It.- 
gen. sir Seymour John Blane, 3 bart., 
C.B. ; b. 1879 ; It. R.K. 1900. 

of Gilbert Jas. Blane(dl881) and nephew 
of Thos. Law Blane, of Foiiejon Park, 
Berks {d. 1885) ; b. 1851 ; m. 1888, Mabel 
A. 8 dau. of late adml. hon. Keith 
Stewart, c.B., and granddau. of 8 earl of 
Galloway, K. r, ; lute capt. Scots gds., 
j.p.(1886) Berks : 21 Prince's gdns.S.W.; 
Guards' and Wellington clubs. 

Blane, It.-gen. sir Seymour John, 3 
bart. (1812), c.B. (1871), eld. s. of 2 
bart. (rf, 1869) ; b. 1833; m. 1903, widow 
of Henry Blake, of Boston, Massachu- 
setts ; served with Scots g<is. in Crimea, 
with 52 foot and rifle brig, in Indian 
mutiny, knt. Med j idle, mil. sec. and 
A.D.c. to gov.-gens. of India (Canning, 
Elgin. Lawrence and Mayo) 1860-9, ret. 
1881 {Heir, nej)heiv. It. Chas. Rodney 
Blane, r.n., q.v.) : 37 Lowndes st. S.W. ; 
White's club. 

Blanshard, Joseph Dixon, s.of Thos. 
Blanshard, of North Killingholme, co. 
Lincoln ; h. 18^19 ; m. 1873, Emma, dau. 
of .Las. Field, of Liverpool; j.p. (1908) 
P^rts of Lindsey, Lines : Bardney, 

Blathwayt, (leo. Wynter, 2 s. of rev. 
Wynter Thos. Blathwayt, of Dyrhaiu 


Park, CO. GI03 ; b. 1853 ; m. 1893, 
Grace, dau, of maj. Chadwick, of Find- 
horn House, Forres, N.B. ; j.p. (1908) 
Wilts : Brooks's and Wellington clubs ; 
Melksham House, Melksham. 

Blathwayt, rev. WynterThos., m.a. 
Cantab., s. of It. -col. G. W. Blathwayt, 
of Dyrham Park, Glo'stershire, j.p. {d. 
1871) ; h. 1826 ; m. 1, 1849, Frances E., 

2 dau. {d. 1869) of Kobt. Phillips, of 
Heybridge, Staif s ; 2, 187(5, Mary S., 
dau. of Geo. Hibbert Gates ; rect. (from 
1875), patron of the living and lord of 
the manor of Dyi-ham : Dyrham Park, 

Blaxland, vice-adml. John Edric, 
mid. of "Earyalus" at bombardment 
of Kagosima, Japan, 18G3, and of bat- 
teries at Simonseki 1864,first It. of "Alex- 
andra " at bombardment of Alexandria 
1882, landed with naval brig, and present 
at action of Tel-el-Kebir ; ret. 1902, 
vice-adml. on ret. list 1907 : The Grange, 
Petersfield, Hants. 

Blaydes, Thos. John, j.p. (1894) parts 
of Lindsey, Lines : Rose Villa, Epworth, 

Bleasby, Hy. , eld. s. of Wm. Bleasby , 
of Hambleton, Yoiks ; h. 1849 ; m. 1900, 
dau. of F. Winnicott, of Plymouth, 
Devon; J.P. (1907) co. London: Fern- 
leigh, 1 Ferncroft avenue, Hampstead, 
N.W. ; National Liberal and Northum- 
berland clubs. 

Bleckly, John Jas., 2 s. of Hy. 
Bleckly, of Birch House, Altrincham, 
Cheshire ; h. 1842 ; m. 1871, Emma, dau. 
of John Eylands, of Thelwall, Cheshire ; 
J.P. Lancashire : Daresbury Lodge, 

Bleckly, Wm. Hy., eld. s. of Hy. 
Bleckly of Altrincham, Cheshire, J.P. 
(d 1890) ; b. 1840 ; m. 1869, Lillie, dau. 
of John Johnson, of Easing wold, Yorks ; 
J.P. Lancashire, commr. of land and 
income tax, dep. chm. of the Pearson and 
Knowles Coal and Iron Co. Lim. War- 
rington and Wigan ; vice-pres. and hon. 
trt-as. iron and Steel Inst.: St. Stephen's 
club ; Thelwall Lea, nr. Warrington. 

Blencowe, Geo. ; b. 1843 ; m. 1880, 
Lucy, dau. of F. W. King, of Bury St. 
Edmunds ; j.p. (1907) Suffolk : Ixworth 
Abbey, Bury St. Edmunds ; Abbey Hill, 
Bury St. Edmunds. 

Blencowe, Hy. Prescott Geo.; b. 1858; 
m. 1908, Hannah Mary, eld. dau. of 
Joseph Jowitt, of Bishop Thornton, 
Yorks, and widow of Nicholas Fabyan 
Dawe ; is J.P. (1888) Essex; late maj. 

3 battn. (mil.) Bord. regt. : 40 Montagu 
sq. W. ; Jan. Carlton club. 


Blencowe, Jn. Alex., eld. survg. s. of 
J. J. Blencowe, of Marston, St. Law- 
rence, Northants {d. 1857) ; b. 1846 ; m 
1869, Katherine A. C. F.,eld. dau. of rev. 
J. E. A. Fenwick, of Thirlestane House, 
Glo'stershire ; patron of the living and 
lord of the manor of Marston St. Law- 
rence : Marston St. Lawrence Manor 
House, nr. Banbury. 

Blencowe, John Ingham, j.p. (1903) 
Sussex : Cinder Farm, Chailey, Sussex. 

Blencowe, Eobt. Campion, eld. s. of 
John Geo. Blencowe, of Bineham, 
Sussex, M.P., D.L., J.p. {d. 1900) ; b. 1858 ; 
m. 1886, Augusta Frederica, 3 dau. {d. 
1905) of F. Newton Dickenson, of Syston 
Court, Bath; j.p. (1901) Hants: Naval 
and Military club ; Skippetts House, 

Blencowe, mrs. Frances, eld. dau. of 
late Wm. J. Campion, of Danny Park, 
Sussex : m. 1857, John Geo. Blencowe, of 
Bineham, Sussex, ».l., j.p., m.p. Lewes, 
1860-65 [d. 1900) : Bineham, Chailey S.O. 

Blenkinsop, Wm. Edmund Brand- 
ford, s. of Hy. Blenkinsop, of Warwick ; 
b. 1856 ; m. 1879, Eliza A., dau. of Eyare 
King, of Barbadoes,W.I.; J.p. Surrey and 
CO. London: 29 Earlsfield rd. Wandsworth 
Common,S. W. ;Church rd.Battersea,S.W. 

Blenkinsopp, vide Leaton-Blenkin- 

Blennerhassett, Arthur, only s. of 
C. J. A. W.Blennerhassett, of Ballyseedy, 
CO. Kerry, j.P. {d. 1859) ; b. 1856 ; m. 
1882, Clara Nesta R., only dau. of the 
Knight of Glin, of Glin Castle, co. 
Limerick, D.L. ; D.L., j.p. co. KeiTy (sheriff 
1878), late maj. 4 battn. (mil.) R. Munster 
Fus. : Ballyseedy House, nr. Tralee, co. 
Kerry ; Kildare St. club, Dublin. 

Blennerhassett, Arthur Chas. Eras. 
Bernard, B.A. Oxon., eld. s. of sir 
Rowland Blennerhassett, 4 bt. ; h. 1871 ; 
m. 1899, Mary Frances, only dau. of 
late baron von Aretin, of Haidenburg, 

Blennerhassett, col. Blennerhassett 
Montgomerie, c.M.G. (1896), L.R.c.P.l.; h. 
1850 ; served in Ashanti expdn. 1895, col. 
RA.M.C. 1902-6, ret. p. 1906 : Naval and 
Military club. 

Blennerhassett. rt. hon. sir Rowland, 
4 bart. (1809), p.c. (Irel. 1905), only s. of 
3 bart. {d. 1849) ; b. 1839 ; m. 1870, 
countess Charlotte, only dau. of count 
de Leyden ; j.p., d.l. co. Kerry (sheriff 
1866), M.P. (L.) Galway 1865-74, (L.) Kerry 
1880-6, commr. of National Educn. in 
Ireland, pres. of Queen's coll. Cork 1896- 
1904, senator of Royal Univ. Irel. and 



memb. of Standing com. {ffeir, s. Arthiir 
Chas. Fras. B., q.v. ) : Brooks', Athenaeum 
and Kildare St. (Dublin) clubs. 

Blennerhassett, Rowland Ponsonby, 
K c, s. of late R. F. Blennerhassett, of 
Kells (grands, of sir Rowland Blenner- 
hassett, 1 bart.) ; b. 1850 ; m. 1876, Mary 
Beatrice, 3 dau. of lateWalter Armstrong, 
of Ennisniore gdns. S.W. ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1878, bencher 1903, Q.C 1894, 
J.P. CO. Kerry, m.p. (l.) Kerry 1872-85 : 
52 HanM pi. S.W. ; Brooks' and St. 
James's clubs ; Kells, co. Kerry. 

Blewitt, maj.-gen. Chas., s. of W. 
Blewitt, of Brights, Rainham, Essex ; b. 
1824 ; m. 1870. dau. of John A. Beaver, 
of Didsbury Grange, Didsbury, Lancp. ; 
served with 65 regt. in N. Zealand war 
1863-5, ret. p. 1883 as col. : 20 Court- 
field gdns. S. Kensington, S.W. ; Army 
and Navy club. 

Blewitt, brig.-gen. Wm. Edwd., c.b. 
(1908), c.M.G. (1900), 8. of late Wm. 
Blewitt, of the Dove House, Pinner ; 6. 
1854 ; m. 1884, Harriett A., dau. of late 
Jas. Rigby, of Moss House, West Derby, 
and widow of R. A. FitzGrerald ; served 
in S. African war 1899-1900, dir. of arty, 
(temp, rank of brig.-gen.) at head- 
quarters from 1907 ; The Manor House, 
Ayle-»bury ; Army and Navj-- club. 

Blezard, Geo. only s. of Robt.Blezard, 
Pool Park, Ruthia, J.P. {d. 1906) ; b. 1855 ; 
m. 1889, hon. Katharine Frances, 2 dau. of 
7 vise. Chetwynd, b. 1865 ; capt. (hon. 
maj. 1895) late Denbighshire huss^eom., 
J.P. Denbighshire : Carlton, Jun. Carlton 
and Cavalry clubs ; Ruthin, N. Wales. 

Bligrh, hon. Arthur Frederick, 3 s. of 6 
earl of Darnley ; b. 1865 : 8 Berkeley 
House, Hay Hill, Berkeley sq. W. 

Bligrh, Lodovick Edwd., b. of rev. the 
hon. Edwd. Vesey Bligh, of Fartherwell, 
Kent, D.L., J.P. {d. 1908), and grands, of 
5 earl of Darnley ; b. 1854 -^ m. 1886, 
Marion, dau. of rev. F. A. Stewart- 
Savile, of Kilrnorie, Devon ; J.P. Kent, 
capt. (hon. maj. 1887) 3 battn. (mil.) 
The Buffs (E. Kent regt.) 1872-89 : 
Constitutional club ; Cambria House, 
Minehead, Somerset. 

Bligrh, hon. Noel Gervase, 2 s. of 8 
earl of Darnley ; J. 1888 ; 2 It. Rif. brig, 
from 1908. 

Bligrh, Stanley Price Morgan, only 
s. of Oliver Morgan Bligb, of Cilmery 
Park, CO. Brecon, J.P. {d. 1886) ; b. 1870 ; 
m. 1898, Matilda A., dau. of maj. John 
Wilson, late R. Scots Greys ; barr. Inner 
Temple 1895, j.p. Brecknockshire : 28 
Grosvenor rd. S.W. ; 4 Pump court, 

Temple, E.G. ; Cilmery Park, Llan- 
ganten, Builth S.O. Brecknockshire. 

Bligrh, lady Dorothy Violet, dau. of 8 
earl of Darnley ; b. 1893. 

Bligh, lady Alice, dau. of 6 earl ef 
Darnley ; b. 1860. 

Bligrh, hon. mrs. Henry. — Anne E. D., 
3 dau. of late It.-col. Butler, 36 foot ; ?». 
1883, as his 2 wife, rev. the hon. Henry 
Bligh {d. 1905), s. of 5 earl of Darnley : 
Pi-ior's Barton, Winchester. 

Bligh, .lady Isabel Mary Frances, 3 
dau. of 4 earl of Abergavenny ; b. 1831 ; 
m. 1854, rev. the hon. Edwd. Vesey 
Bligh, of Fartherwell, Kent, D.L., J.P. 
(d 1908) : 9 Portman sq. W. ; Faruher- 
well, West Mailing, Kent. 

Bliss, sir Hy. Wm., k.c.i.b. (1897), B.A. 
Oxon., s. of rev. J. Bliss, rect. of Man- 
ningford Bruce, Wilts; b. 1840; m. 1, 
1863, Mary, dau. {d. 1876) of Edmund 
Rendle, M.D., of Plymouth ; 2, 1879, 
Edith, dau. {d. 1898) of late Jas. Wheeler, 
of Gt. Cumberland pi. W. ; 3, 1900, 
Florence, dau. of sir Fredk. J, Br<jmwell, 
1 and last bart. {d. 1903) ; I.C.S. 1863-98, 
memb. of board of rev. and commr. of 
salt and Abkdri and separate rev. 1886- 
91, land rev. commr. 1891-3, memb. of 
council of gov. of Madras 1893-8, L.C.C. 
1901-7: Carlton club; The Abbey, 

Bliss, Joseph, eld. s. of rev. Joseph 
Bliss, of Carlisle, Cumberland ; b. 1853 ; 
m. 1891, Margaret, dau. of J. McClymont, 
of Borgue Hall, Kirkcudbrightshire ; 
J.P. (1906) Lancashire : Royal Societies 
and National Liberal clubs ; Boarbank 
Hall, Grange-over-Sands S.O. Lanes. 

s. of late capt. Hy. Blissett, 77 regt. ; b. 
1847 ; m. Ellen M., dau. of late John 
Rogers Wheeler : clerk in war dept. 
1867-9, trans. to African Commissariat as 
assist, commiss. 1869, coramiss. 1876, ret. 
1882, priv. sec. and clerk of council, 
Gold Coast 1870-1, clerk of council, 
actg.-treas. and actg.-col. sec. 1871-2, 
control off. with capt. sir J. H. Glover's 
force in Ashanti war 1873-4, auditor-gen. 
W. African Settlements 1875-81, J.P. 
Sierra Leone 1880, commr. for accounts 
Falkland Islands 1882-3, Gold Coast 

Block, sir Adam Samuel Jas., K.c.M.G. 
(1907), s. of late Adam H. G.Block, LC.S.; 
6.1856 ;w.l882,Louisa C, eld. dau. of late 
Robt. Cumberbatch, consul at Smyrna ; 
entd. the Levant consular service 1877, 
vice consul, Beyrout 1882, interpreter to 
embassy, Constantinople 1885, Oriental 
sec. and chief dragoman 1894, sec. of 



legation 1902, elected by council of 
foreign bondholders to be delegate of 
British bondholders on council of the 
Ottoman debt at Constantinople, grand 
cordon of order of Osmanieh (I90o). 

BioemfonteizL, 5 bp. of (1863j.rt. rev, 
Arthur Chandler, M.A. Oxon., fell, and 
tutor of Brasenose coll. Oxon. 1883-90, 
rect.of Poplar E. 1891-1901, bp. of Bloem- 
fontein, S.A. from 1901 : Bishop's Lodge, 
Bloemfontein, S. Africa. 

Blofeld, John Calthorpe, only s. of 
Thos. Calthorpe Blofeld, of Hoveton 
House, Norfolk, J.P.; b. 1875 ; J.P. (1903) 
Norfolk : The Cottage, Quidenham, 

Blofeld, rev. Robert Singleton, m.a. 
Cantab, 2 s. of rev. T. J. Blofeld, of 
Hoveton, Noi-folk, d.l., J.p. {d. 1881) ; b. 
1839; m. J867, Fanny L., dau. of rev. 
Wm. Boycott, rect. of Burgh St. Peter, 
Norfolk : J.P. Norfolk : rect. from 1894 
of Sparham, Norwich. 

Blofeld, Thomas Calthorpe, m.a. 
Cantab, eld. s. ot rev. T. J. Blofeld, of 
Hoveton, Norfolk, j.p., d.l. {d. 1881) ; b. 
183G ; m. 1868. Fanny E. 4 dau. of late 
rev. J. A. Partridge, rect. of Bacons- 
thorpe,Norfolk : barr.Lincolns Inn, 1862; 
J.P. Norfolk (chni, quart, sess. from 
1902), recorder of Ipswich 1876-1906, 
chancellor of dioc. of Norwich from 
1881, pres. Norwich Union Life Ins. Soc. 
1899-1906 and vice-pres. from 1906 : 
Hoveton House, Norwich. 

Blois, sir Ralph Barrett Macnaghten, 
9 bart. (1686), eld. s. of 8 bart. {d. 1888) ; 
b. 1866 ; m. 1898, Winifred G. H., 
young, dau. of col. E. Hegan Kennard, 
of 3 Chesterfield gdns. W. ; D.L., J.P. 
Suffolk (sheriff 1905), It. Scots gds. 1886- 
96, capt. reserve of officers from 1902 
{Heir, s. Gervase Ralph Edmund, b. 
1901) : Cockfield Hall, Yoxford, Suffolk. 

Blois, dow.-lady.— Eliza E., dau. of 
capt. A. Chapman, R.N. ; m. 1865, sir John 
R. Blois, 8 bart. (d. 1888) : 8 Ennismore 
gdns. S.W. 

Blomefield, Edwd. Hugh, m.v.o, 5 
class (1908), 2 s. of rev. Samuel Edwd. 
Blomefield, rect, of Bumham Sutton and 
vicar of Overy, Norfolk {d. 1903), and 
grands, of sir Thos. "Wm. Blomefitld, 2 
bart. {d. 1858) ; b. 1852 ; m. 1888, Lilian 
Emily, dau. of rev. Hy. Augustus 
Marsh, vicar of Tnxford, Notts ; Lloyds 
agent, representative of S.E. and Chat- 
ham Railway Co. at Calais, vice-consul 
at Calais from 189j5 : British Vice-Con- 
sulate, Calais, France. 

Blomefield, Thos. Chas. Alfred, It. 
R.N., eld. s. oi sir Thos. Wilmot Pere- 

grine Blomefield, 4 bart.; h. 1875; m. 
1904, Margaret Josephine, eld dau. of 
Edwd. Palmer Landon, of Wimbledon, 

Blomefield, sir Thomas Wilmot 
Peregrine, 4 bart. (1807), c.B. (1900, 
eld. s. of 3 bart. ; b. 1848 ; m. 1874, Lilias, 
dau. of maj. hon. Chas. Napier : priv. sec. 
to pres. of board of trade 1878-80, asst. 
sec. board of trade (finance dept.) from 
1901 {ffeir, s. It. Thos. Chas. Alfred, 
R.N., q.v.) : 6 The Grange, Wimbledon, 
Surrey ; 7 Whitehall gdns. S.W. 

Blomfield, Alfred, j.p. (1906) Essex: 
Orange Hall, Gosfield, nr. Halstead. 

Blom.field, maj. -gen. Chas. Jas., c.B. 
Blomfield ; b. 1855 ; m. 1881, Henriette 
dau. of maj. Eiwd. Briscoe, 20 regt. ; 
served with Soudan expdn. 1898, S. 
African war 1899-1901, It.-col. Lanes. 
Fus. 1898-1902, brevet-col. 1900; brig.- 
gen. on staff, commdg. Harrismith sub- 
dist. S. Africa 1902-6, maj. -gen. 1907 : 
Army and Navy club. 

Blomfield, Reginald, a.r.a. (1905), 
M.A. Oxon., F.S.A., 3 s. of rev. Geo. John 
Blomfield, of Aldington. Kent, and of 
Isabella, dau. of rt. rev. Chas. Jas. 
Blomfield, late bp.of London ; 6. 1856; m. 
1886, Frances, dau. of late Henry Burra, 
of Springfield, Rye, Sussex ; hon. fell, of 
Exeter coll. Oxford, prof, of architec- 
ture Roy. Academy: 51 Frognal, Hamp- 
stead ; New court. Temple, E.C. ; 
Athenaeum and Arts clubs ; Point Hill, 
Rye, Sussex. 

Blomfield, rear-adml. sir Richd. Mas- 
sie, K.c.M.G. (1904), s. of late rev. G. B. 
Blomfield, of Mollington Hall, Chester ; 
b. 1835 ; m. 1877, Rosamund Selina, 
dau. of late rt. rev. Chas. Graves, d.d , 
bp. of Limerick; served throughout 
Crimean campaign 1854-6, Azoff expdn. 
1855, served in Egyptian war 1882, 
rear-adml. ret. list 1889, controller Port 
of Alexandria 1879-87, dep. controller- 
gen, of Egyptian ports and lighthouses 
and controller Port of Alexandria 1888- 
1900, controUer-genl. E.P.and L.H. 1901- 
5 and director-gen. 1905-8 ; 3 class Os- 
manieh, 1 class Medjidie , ret. 1908 : 35 
Holland Park avenue, W. ; 5 Stanley pi. 
Chester ; United Service club. 

Blomfield, lady,— Sara L., dau. of late 
M. J, Ryan ; m. 1887, as his 2 wife, sir 
Arthur Wm. Blomfield, knt,, a.r.a,. {d. 
1899): 97 Cadogau gdns. S.W. ; Spring- 
field, Broadway S.O. Worcestershire., miss, lady of the manor 
of Elworthy : Willett House, Stogumber, 


Blood, gen. sir Bindon, k.c.b. (1896), 
R.E., eld. s. of Wm. Bindon Blood, of Cra- 
naher, co. Clare J.P. {d. 1894) ; b. 1842 ; 
m. 1883, Charlotte E. dau. of sir Auck- 
land Colvin, K.C.S.I., K.c.M.G. ; served in 
Jowaki Afreedee expdn. 1877-8 ; Zulu 
war 1879; Afghan war 1880; Egyptian 
war 1882 ; chief staff officer, Chitral 
relief force 1895, commd. Malakand field 
force 1897 and the Buner field force 1898, 
commd. a divn. in 8. African war 1901 ; 
gen. 190(3, ret. 1907 : 183 St. James' court, 
Buckingham gate, S.W. ; Naval and 
Military club. 

Blood, John Neptune,M.A.,B.c.L.Oxon., 
V.D., only s. of Eras. Gamble Blood, maj. 
69 regt. {d. 1881) ; b. 1869 : barr. Inner 
Temple 1893, capt. (hon. maj. 1904) 5 
battn. Gloucestershire regt. from 1895 : 
Huntley Court, nr. Gloucester. 

Bloomfield, col. Alfred, 3 s. of late 
capt. Edwin Bloomfield, of Gt. Glemham, 
Suffolk ; b. 1837 ; m. 1877, Amy C, dau. 
of Gordon Eorlong, of New Zealand ; 
B.S.C., served 8 yrs. in Roj^al Scots 
and 27 yrs. in B.S.O., 25 yrs. dist. 
magistrate and J.P. Cent. Provinces, 
India ; J. p. Suffolk and c.c. E. Suffolk, 
rural dist. Council Plomesgate dist. : 
Glemham Grove, nr. Saxmundham. 

Bloomfield, maj. Fredk. Wm., late 6 
drag., s. of — Bloomfield; 6. 18— ; m. 
1886, hon. Ethel L., 2 dau. of 1 baron 
Playfair, p.c, K.C.B. 

Bloor, Jas., 2 s. of Thos. Bloor, of 
Congleton, Cheshire; J.P. (1901), Breck- 
nockshire : Plasgeler, Brynuiawr S.O. 

Blosse, Edwd. Falconer Lynch-, 3 s. 
of very rev. Hy. Lynch-Blosse, dean of 
Llandaff {d. 1879) ; b. 1853 : m. 1883, 
Ediih C, dau. of rev. Geo. AlfredWalker, 
vicar of Chidham, Sussex ; J.P. (1901) 
Glamorganshire : Coytrehen, Aberken- 
fig S.O. Glamorgan. 

Blosse, sir Henry Lynch-, 11 bart. 
(1622), eld. s. of 10 bart. {d. 1893) by 
dau. of 2 marq. of Sligo ; b. 1857 ; D.L., 
J.P. CO. Mayo (sheriff 1897) {Heir, h-o. 
capt. Robt., h. 1861): Kildare St. and 
Roy. St. George's Yacht clubs ; Atha- 
valiie, Balla, co. Mayo. 

Blount, Edwd. Aston Chas. Marie, s. 
of Hy. Edmund Blount, D.L., and grands. 
of sir Edwd. Chas. Blount, K.C.B., of 
Imberhorne Manor, Sussex (d. 1905) ; 
b. 1874 ; m. 1897, Clara Maret, dau. of Bassano ; J.P. (1900) Sussex: 
Imberhorne Manor, E. Grinstead, Sussex. 

Blount, Henry Edmund, only survg.s. 
of sir Edwd. Chas. Blount, k.c.b., of Iin- 
beihome, Susses, {d. 1905) j b. 1814 j w. 


1869, Marguerite M. H. de la R., dau. (c?. 
1898) of Chas. P. M. Moreau, baron de la 
Rochette ; d.L. Sussex, Chev. leg. hon. : 
Imberhorne Manor, E. Grinstead,Su8sex; 
Jockey club, Paris. 

Blount, Hugh Eras., 6 s. of 8ir Edwd. 
Blount, 8 bart. {d. 1881) ; b. 1844; m. 
1883, Frances, dau. of Samuel Johnson, 
M.D.; J.P. (1907) Worcestershire: Soding- 
ton Rock, Bewdley. 

Blount, Stephen, 3 s. of sir Edward 
Blount, 8 bart. {d. 1881); b. 1840; m. 
1874, Elizabeth, dau. of W. Worswick,of 
Normanton Hall and Birstall, co. 
Leicester ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 1863, J.P. 
Staffordshire : Loxley Hall, Uttoxeter. 

Blount, sir Walter de Sodington, 9 
bart. (1642), eld. s. of 8 bart. {d. 1881) ; b. 
1833 : TO. 1870, Bessie, dau. of J. Z. 
Williams : D.L.. j.p. Worcestershire 
{Heir, s. Walter Aston, 6. 1876) : Brooks' 

Blowers, maj. -gen. Charles Edward; 
served on board the " Berenice'' in Persian 
Gulf 1856-7 ; with 10 Bombay N.I. at 
capture of Kotah ; Abyssinian campaign 
1868, at Magdala ; Afghan war 1879-80 ; 
ret. p. 1887, Bo.S.C. : 10 Hanover terr. 
Netting Hill, W. 

Bloxam, John Astley, J.P. (1903) 
Bucks : Yineleighj Wellend, Bourne 
End S.O. Bucks. 

Bluett, col. Chas. Edwd. Lane, 3 s. 
of late P. F. Bluett, formerly of Hol- 
combe Court, Holcombe Rogus, Devon : 
b. 1836 ; TO. 1867, Anna, dau. of late J. 
Cooke, of Clifton, Gloucestershire ; col. 
ret. 1888, late 22 foot (Cheshire regt.), 
J.P. Devon :Tor Mohun House, Torquay, 

Bluett, Edmonds Jas., only s. of late 
Jas. Bluett, of St. Mary's, Isles of Scilly, 
Cornwall ; J.P. Cornwall : Bank, St. 
Mary's, Isles of Scilly. 

Blundell, vide Moss-Blundell. 

Blundell, vide Weld- Blundell. 

BlundeU,col. John Eyles,c.B. (1897), 
s. of late maj. G. S. Blundell, Bengal 
army ; b. 1843 ; served in China during 
Taepiug rebellion 1863 ; Afghan war 
1879-80; Burmese expdn. 1885-7; commd. 
expdn. in Kachin Hills 1891, against 
rebels Khanlaiug and prince Shaw-Yan- 
Naing ; ret. p. 1900 : Army and Navy 

Blundell, Wm. Joseph, eld. s. of col. 
Nicholas Blundell, of Crosby Hall, 
Lanes, D.L., j.p. {d. 1894), by dau. of sir 
E. J. Smyth, 7 bart. ; b. 1851 ; in. 1885, 
Cicelv A. 4 dau. (marriage annulled 
1888)' of sir Humphrey de Trafford, 2 



bart. : Crosby Hall, Blundell Saads, 
Blundell - HoUinshead - Blundell, 

Cnthbert Leigh, only s. of rev. canon 
Thos, Blundell - HoUinshead - Blundell, 
rect. of Halsall, Lanes, {d. 1905), by 
Adelaide Fanny A., 3 dau. (d. 1900) of 
sir Fras. Dugdale Astley, 2 bart., and 
nephew of col. Hy. Blundell-Hollinshead- 
Blundell, C.B., M.P., d.l., of Deysbrook, 
Lanes (d. 1906); b. 1879 ; 7n. 1907, Mar- 
jorie Gertrude M., eld. dau. of sir Fras. 
ill. G. Astley- Corbett, 4 bart., by lady 
Augusta Gertrude, only dau. of 3 earl of 
Yarborough, b. 1886 ; late It. gren. gds. 
Deysbrook, nr. Liverpool. 

Blundell - HoUinshead - Blundell, 
capt. Dermot Howard, M.v.o. 4 class 
(1900), s. of maj.-geu. Kichd. Blundell- 
Hollinshead-Blundell; b. 1874^ m. 1901, E 
8ybil, eld. dau. of late Wm. Humble 
Dudley Ward by only dau. of 1 vise, 
Esher ; served in S. African war 1899- 
1900, brlg.-maj. 11 luf. brig, from 1907, 
capt. King's E. Kif. G. from 1901 : 
Army and JSavy club ; Reed Hall, Col- 

Blundell - HoUinshead - Blundell, 
maj.-gea. Richard, 4 s. of late R. Blun- 
dell- Uollinshead-Blundell j b. 1835; m. 
1865, Henrietta F., young, dau. of R.A.H. 
Kir wan, Bawnmore, co. Galway : It.-col. 
commdg. (col. 1879) 3huss. 1874-80, A. A. G. 
headquarters 1880-5, d.a.g. Malta 1886-9, 
commdg. 1 class dist. Bombay Presidency 
1891-6, ret. p. 1897: 12 Lennox gdns. 
S.W. ; Army and Navy club ; Ashurst 
Lodge, Sunninghill, Berks. 

Blunden, sir Wm., 4 bart. (1776); 
B.M. Dub., L.R.c.s. Irel., L.M.K.andg.c.p. 
Irel., eid. s. of 3 bart. {d. 1890) ; b, 1840 ; 
m. 1879, Florence C, dau. of Hy. Shuttle- 
worth, of N, Zealand; (sheriff co. Kil- 
kenny 1904) {Heir, s. John, b. 1880) : 
Castle Blunden, Kilkenny, 

Blunt, bp., vide Hull. 

Blunt, vide Tillyer-Blunt. 

Blunt, rev. canon Alex. Colvin, m.a. 
Ch. Ch. Oxon, s. of late E. W. Blunt, 
Kempshott Park, Hants, b. 1831 ; m. 
1865, lady Busanna, dau.((/. 1900) of 2 earl 
Nelson, 6.18-29 : rect.of Millbrook 1865-89, 
R.D. of Kingsclere from 1889, hon. canon 
of Winchester fium 1889, rect. from 1889 
of Burghclere, Newbury. 

Blunt, col. Ernest, R.E., o.B. (1907), 
s. of late Hy, Blunt ; b. 1851 ; m, 1884, 
Moua Mabel Coape, dau. of col. Hy. 
Uoape Smith, Ind. army ; served in 
Afghan war 1878-80, Mahsood Wuzeeree 
expedn. 1881, N. W. Frontier 1897-8, 

ch. engr, in India 1906-7, ret. p. 1908 : 
United Service club, 

Blunt, maj.-gen. Grant, R.E. (ret.), 2 s. 
of late rev, Edwd. Powlett Blunt, of 
Spettisbury, Dorset; b. 1840; m. 1867, 
Rachael Eliza, dau. of Conrad Pile, of 
Barbados ; ret. p. with hon. rank of 
maj,-gen. 1887 ; actg. gov. of St, Helena 

Blunt, sir John Elijah,c.B, (1878), s. of 
Chas.Blunt; b. 1831; m. 1858, Fanny, dau. 
of D. Sandison: served in Crimea as chief 
interpreter to cav. divn. ; vice-consul at 
Volo 1855 ; at Uscup 1857-62 ; at Philip- 
popolis 1862 ; at Adrianople 1862-72 ; 
consul at Monastir 1872 ; at Salonica 
1872-7 ; at Adrianople 1877-8 ; consul- 
gen, for Vilayets of Salonica, Monastir, 
Janina and Cossova and the Mutes- 
sarylik of Serfidje, 1879-99 ; at Boston, 
U.S.A.1899-1902, ret. 1902, knighted 1902: 
Athenaeum, and Union (Malta) clubs. 

Blunt, sir John Harvey, 8 bt. (1720), 
only survg. s. of Wm. Blunt, B.C. 8. {d, 
1859), and bro. of 7 bt. (d. 1902) ; b. 
1839 ; m. 1870, Susan, dau, of P, Hoad ; 
late capt. 1 battn, R. Dub, Fus., served 
with 1 battn. R.Welsh Fus. through the 
Indian Mutiny 1857-8, present at taking 
of Futteghur, operations on the Ram- 
gunga, and during the siege and capture 
of Lucknow (Beir, s. John H., b, 1872) : 
The Priory, Lamberhurst S.O. Kent. 

Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen, s. of F, S. 
Blunt, of Crabbet Park, Sussex ; b. 1840 ; 
m. 1869, lady Anne, dau. of 1 earl of 
Lovelace, 6.1837: attache at the Hague, 
Athens, Frankfort, and Madrid 1859-62, 
third sec. at Paris, Lisbon, and Frankfort 
1864-65, 2 sec. at Buenos Ayres 1867, 
Berne 1869-70 : 37 Chapel st. Belgrave 
sq. S.W. ; Newbuildings Place, South- 
water, Sussex. 

Bltmt, lady Florence, dau. of 5 mar- 
quis of Hertford ; b. 1845 ; m. 1872, rev. 
J as. St. John Blunt, M.A., master of St. 
Katherine's hosp., Regent's pk. N.W. 
1878-89 {d. 1889) ; maid of honour to 
Queen Victoria 1864-70 : Hill House, 
Westcott, Dorking. 

Blunt-Mackenzie, maj. Edwd. Wal- 
ter, R.A., eld. s. of maj.-gen. Chas. Harris 
Blunt, R.A. (Bengal), c.B. {d. 1900) ; b. 
1860 ; m. 1899, lady Si bell Lilian, eld. dau. 
and heiress of 2 earl of Cromartie {d. 
1893), countess of Cromartie in her own 
right ; served with expdn. to Ashanti 
1895 ; maj. R.A. from 1898, D.L.,J,P. Ross 
and Cromarty : assumed addtl. name of 
Mackenzie : Castle Leod, Strathpelfer, 

Blunt-Mackenzie, hon. Walter, 2 s. 



3 countess of Cromartie, by maj. Edwd. 
Walter Blunt -Mackenzie ; b. 1906. 

Blyth, h\).,viile Jerusalem. 

Blyth, lord (1 bxron 1907, U.K.), 
sir Jas. Blyth, 1 bart. (1895), eld. s. 
of Jas. Blyth, of Chelmsford (d.l852), and 
Caroline, dau. of Hy. Gilbey, of Bishop 
Stortford ; 6. 1841 ; m. 1865, Eliza, dau. 
{d. 1894) of Wm. Mooney, of Clontarf, 
CO. Dublin ; has the orders of Leopold 
of Belgium, of the Me-ljidie, and of the 
G-raad Cross of the Merito Agricola of 
Portugal (of which last he is a knight 
commander), all conferred for his ser- 
vices to agriculture; is pres., vice-pres. 
or gov. of many agric. socs., gov. of 
Gordon Memorial Coll. at Khartum, 
and of St. Bartholomew's Hosp. ; on the 
exec, of Brit. Empire League, also of 
Roy. Natl. Hosp., Ventnor, and Natl. 
Assoc, for Prevention of Consumption 
(has lent two farms to the government 
for the investigations of the Royal com- 
mission on tuberculosis) ; vice-pres. and 
on the council of both the Royal Statis- 
tical Soc. and the Soc. of Arts ; j.p. 
Essex and Herts ; a dir. of W. and A. 
Gilbey Lim., raised to the peerage 1907 
{Heir, s. hon. Herbert Wm. Blyth, q.v.) : 
33 Portland pi. W. ; Devonshire club ; 
Blythwood, Stansted, Essex. 

Blyth, Arthur, s. of Wm. Blyth, of 
Howden, Yorks ; b. 1856 ; m. 1889, dau. 
of capt. Beatley, of Goole, Yorks ; j.p. 
(1905) W. R. Yorks : Donington Villa, 
Boothferry rd. Goole. 

Blyth, hon. Herbert Wm., eld. s. of 1 
baron Blyth; b. 1868 ; J.P. (1907) Essex: 
33 Portland pi. W. ; Devonshire club ; 
Blythwood, Stansted, Es-jex. 

Blyth, hon. Rupert Alfred, 3 s. of 1 
baron Blyth ; b. 1877 ; served in S. Afri- 
can war 1900 with Impl. yeom., 2 It. 
Essex yeo. from 1906 : 33 Portland pi. 
W. ; Devon<'hire club. 

Blyth, hon. mrs. Jas. Auiley, Ethel 
Jane, dau. of rt. hon. sir John T.Brunner, 
1 bart., P.O., M.P. ; m. 1903 hon. Jas. 
Audley Blyth {d. 1908) : 9 Ennismore 
gdns. S.W. ; Silverlands, Chertsey. 

Blyth, hon. Millicent Catherine,^ dau. 
of 1 baron Blyth; b. 1882. 

Blythswood, lord (2 baron, 1892, 
U.K.), rev. Sholto Douglas Campbell- 
Douglas, M.A. Cantab., bro. of 1 baron 
Blythswood (d. 1908) ; b. 1839 ; m. 1889, 
Violet, 2 dau. {d. 1908) of late gen. lord 
Alfred Paget, C.B.; assumed addtl. name 
of Douglas 1869, rect. of All Souls, St. 
Marylebone, London, 1879-86, incumbent 
of St. Silas, Glasgow, 1886-99, j.p. 
Lanarkshire . (ZTeir, bra. maj. -gen. Bar- 

rington B. D. Campbell-Douglas, q.v.) : 
Blythswood House, Renfrew ; National, 
Western (Glasgow) and New (Edin- 
burgh) clubs. 

Blythswood, (rt. hon.) lady, — hon. 
Augusta, dau of 2 baron Oarrington ; b. 
1841 ; m. 1864, 1 baron Blythswood (d. 
1908) : 11 Hobart pi. S.W. ; Dunally 
Lodge, Shepperton-on-Thames 

Board, maj. Jn. v.d., b. A.Ch. Ch.Oxon, 
eld. s. of late rev. R. Board, vicar of 
Westerham; maj. late 1 battn. Kent 
R.V., D.L., j.p. Kent : United University 
club ; Farley, Westerham S.O., Kent. 

Boardman, adml. Fredk. Ross, 
C.B. (1885), s. of Fredk. Boardman, of 
Liverpool ; b. 1843 ; m. 1881, Sophia A., 
dau. of hon. Jas. Cogswell, of Halifax, 
N.S.; commd.^Salamis," duringEgyptian 
war, 1882, in commd. of naval flotilla, 
Nile expdn. for relief of Khartoum 
1884-5; rear-adml. 1898, ret. list 1899, 
adml. on ret. list 1907 : 5 South row, 
Blackheath, S.E. ; United Service club. 

Boardman, Hy. Birkett, j.p. (1898) 

Boatman, Arthur Wilaon, s. of Jas. 
Boatman, of Orsett, Essex ; b. 1856 ; tn. 
1882, dau. of Jobn Phillips, of Excnouth, 
Devon ; j.p. (1907) Essex : South View, 
Palmer s avenue, Grays, Essex. 

Bockingr, dean of, vide very rev. R.M. 
Blakiston or very rev. J. S. Brownrigg. 

Bocqtuet, Roland Roscoe Gha'S., c.i.e. 
(1878), s. of Eras. S. Bocquet, of Liver- 
pool ; b. 1839 ; m. 1863, Edith, dau. {d. 
1902) of John Bampton, of Coventry ; 
formerly gen. man. Scinde, Punjab and 
Delhi Railway at Lahore. 

Boddington, Harry ,j.p. (1904) Staffs : 
Oulton Grange, Stone, Staffs. 

Boddingrton, Henry, eld. s. of Hy. 
Boddington, of Silverdale, Carnforth (rf. 
1886) ; b. 1849 ; m. 1878, Emily, dau. of 
D. Butterworth, of Eccles, Lanes ; is 
J.p. (1891) Cheshire and Manchester : 
Pownall Hall, Wilmslow, Manchester; 
Scrangeways Brewery, Manchester. 

Boden, Henry, s. of Hy. Boden, of 
Ediiaston, Derbyshire ; b. 1836 ; m. 1866, 
Mary S., dau. of Edwd. Holden, of Aston 
Hall, CO. Derby ; D.L., j.p. Derbyshire : 
Orleans, Cavalry, Hurlingham and 
Rinelagh clubs ; The Friary, Derby. 

Boden, Harry, s. of Henry Boden, of 
the Friary, Derby ; b. 1867 ; m. 1892, 
Madge Helen, dau. of J. Blyth, of Ray 
Cottage, Maidenhead ; J.p. (1894) S omer- 
set : Orleans and Pratt's clubs ; The 
Beeches, Sherborne, Dors at. 

Boden, Reginald Sam, 3 s. of Hy. 
Boden, of The Friary, Derby, D.L., J,p. ; 



h. 1872 ; m. 1899, Georgina Pauline M., 
dau. of Jas. Mackintosli-Gow, of Edin- 
burgh ; J.P. (1908) Derbyshire : White's, 
Jun. Carlton and Bath clubs ; Aston 
Lodge, Aston-on-Trent, Derby. 

Bodenliaza, John, s. of John 
Bodenham, of Stapleton, Herefordshire; 
b. 1832 ; m. 1, 1868, Ann, dau. of J. C. 
Hill, of Edgmond, Salop ; 2, 1900, Helen, 
dau. of J. W. Slack, of Putney; J.P. 
(1906) Salop : Edgmond, Newport, Salop. 

Bodenhazn liubienski, count Louis, 
eld. s. of late count Edwd. Lubienski ; b. 
1852 ; m. 1895, Evelyn, eld. dau. (d. 1902) 
of late John F. Stratford Kirwan, ot 
Moyne, co. Galway, by 3 dau. of 2 marq. 
of Hastings (ext.) ; is b.L., J.P. Hereford- 
shire, assumed addtl. name of Bodenham 
1893 : Rotherwas, Hereford ; Bulling- 
ham Manor, Hereford. 

Bodger, John Adams Guy, j.p. (1908) 
Essex : Hainault, 73 Cranbrook rd. H- 

Bodilly, Frank, barr. Middle Temple 
1889, a puisne judge of high court of 
judicature ac Calcutta 1901-7. 

Bodingrton, Nathan, Litt.D., ll.d., 
only s. of Nathan Bodington, of Aston, 
Warwickshire ; b. 1848 ; m. 1907, Eliza, 
dau. of late sir John Barran, 1 bart. ; 
J.P. (1907) W. R. Yorks, vice-chancellor 
of Univ. of Leeds : Woodbourne, North 
Hill rd. Leeds ; Athenaeum club. 

Bodkin, Archibald Hy., 5 s. of Wm. 
Peter Bodkin, of West Hdl Place, High- 
gate, D.L., J.P. {d. 1900) ; b. 1862 ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1885, rec. of Dover from 
1901 : 24 Harley House, Regent's Park, 
N.W. ; 5 Paper bldgs. Temple, E.G. 

Bodkin, Martin, only s. of John D. 
Bodkin, of Bengarra, co. Galway (d. 1872) 
and cousin of Robert Bodkin, of Annagli, 
CO. Galway, D.L., j.P. {d. 1881) ; b. 1854 ; 
J.P. CO. Galway : Annagh, Ballyglunin, 
CO. Galway. 

Bodkin (his honor judge), Matthias 
M'Donnell, K.c.,8.of Thos. Bodkin, M.D., 
P.R.C.S., of Eastland House, Tuam, co. 
Galway ; 6. 1850 ; w. 1885, Arabella, dau. 
of Fras. Norman, of Dublin ; Irish barr. 
1877, K.c. 190-, M.p. (N.), N. Roscommon 
1892-6, county court judge of Glare from 
1908 : 52 Upper Mount st. Dublin. 

Bodkin, lady. — Sarah Constance, dau. 
of late J. J. Mile^, J.P., of Highgate, N.; 
m. 1, 1865, as his 2 wife, sir Wm. Hy. 
Bodkin, knt.,a9st. judge Middlx sessions 
(d. 1874) ; 2, 1876, as his 2 wife, Stephen 
Wm. Silver (d. 1906) : 3 York gate, 
Regent's Park, N.W. ; Place Manor, 
Streatley-on-Thames, Berks. 

Bodle, It.-col. Wm., c.m.g. (1901), 

s. of C, Bodle, of Alfriston, Sussex; b. 
1865 ; served in Zulu war 1879, Basuto 
war 1880-1, Matabele campaigns 1893 and 
1896, S. African war 1899-1901, commdt. 
British S. Africa Police, Matabeleland 
from 1898 : Buluwayo, Matabeleland. 

Bodley, John Edwd. Courtenay, M.A. 
Oxon., 2 survg s. of E. F. Bodley, of 
Dane Bauk House, Cheshire, J.P. {d. 
1881) ; b. 1853 ; w. 1891, Evelyn F., eld. 
dau. (div.1908) of late J.Bell, of Rushpool 
Hall, Yorks, and Musts pha Rais, Algiers; 
barr. Inner Temple 1874 ; priv. sec. to 
pres. of Local Govt. Board 1882-5; sec. 
to R. commn. on Housing of Working 
Classes 1884-6; is author of "France" 
(1898) ; cor. memb. of the French Insti- 
tute (1902): Chateau de Bellefontaine, 
Biarritz (Basses Pyrenees), France. 

Bodmin, archd. of (Truro), vide ven. 
Hy. Houssemayne Du Boulay. 

Bodvel-Roberts, Arthur John, m. 
1907, Eva Madeline K., 2 dau. of late 
JohuMenzies, of Meuaibank, Carnarvon 
clerk of the peace for Carnarvonshire : 
Tanrhos, nr. Carnarvon. 

Boehm, sir Edgar Collins, 2 bart. 
(1889), F.R.G.S., only s. of 1 bart., R.A., 
sculptor in ordinary to Queen Victoria 
{d. 1890) ; b. 1869 : 79 Cornwall gdns. 
S.W. ; Automobile, Bath, Royal Societies 
and Wellington clubs. 

Boevey, vide Crawley-Boevey. 

Boger, Walter Deeble, m.a. Cantab, 
eld. s. of Deeble Boger, of Wolsdon, 
Cornwall, j.p., d.l. {d. 1876) ; b. 1832 ; 
?n. 1863, Amelia H., dau. {d. 1887) of Thos. 
Bosworth, of Westerham, Kent ; barr. 
Lincoln's Inn 1867 ; j.p., d.l. Cornwall 
(sheriff 1882) : United University club ; 
Wolsdon, Antony, Torpoint S.O. 

Boergris-Rolfe, Edwd. Eras., eld. s. of 
Fras. Douglass Boggis-Rolfe, of Worm- 
ingford, Essex, j.p. {d. 1896) ; b. 1873 ; 
H.M. insp. of factories from 1899 : Jjin. 
Carlton club; The Grange, Wormingford 
S.O. Essex ; 20 Museum st. Ipswich. 

Boileau, col. Fras. Wm., c.b. (1891), 
8. of late maj.-gen. F. B. Boileau ; b. 1835; 
m. 1861, Mary L.. dau. of late rev, Wm. 
M. Kirkwall, Bradford ; served as 
adjc. of rajah Jawahir Singh's contin- 
gent with force under gen. Van Court- 
landt, 1857 ; in 2 Sikh cav. with brig. 
Troup's column, 1858 ; with 12 Bengal 
cav. in Abvssinian campaign 1868 ; 
Afghan war 'l878-9 ; U.S. list 1893, Ind. 
army : Elstowe, Camberley, Surrey. 

Boileau, sir Maurice Colborne, 3 bart. 
(I838),M.A. Oxon,, eld. survg. s. of 2 bart. 
{d. 1900), by eld. dau. of sir Geo. 


Nugent, 2 bart. ; 6. 1865 ; d.l., j.p, Nor- 
folk, D.L. Norwich [Heir, bro. Raymond 
Fredc, q.v.) : Travellers' club ; Ketter- 
ingham Park, Wymondham, Norfolk. 

Boileau, maj. Raymoad Fredc, 4 
but 2 snrvg. s. of sir Pias. Greo. Maaning- 
bam Boileau, 2 bart. (d. 1900) ; b. 1868 ; 
m. 1905, Ethel Mary, only child of late 
rev. Jas. Fo4er Young; late It. North- 
amptonshire regt., capt. (hon. maj, 
1904) P.W.O. Norfolk R.F.A. from 1902, 
J.p. (1904) Norfolk, heir pres. to baro- 
netcy : Fundenhall Grange, Norwich. 

Boileau, lady.— Lucy H., eld. dau. of 
sir Geo. Nugent, 2 bart. ; m. 1860, sir 
Fras. Geo. Manningham Boilean, 2 bart. 
{d. 1900) : Ketteringham Park, Wy- 

Bois, sir Stanley, s. of late Hy. Bois, 
of Beulah Hill, Up. Norwood, S.E. ; b. 
1864 ; TO. 1895, Isa Gordon, dau. of late 
Gabriel Ross, of Sutherlandshire;memb. 
Municipal council of Colombo 1901-3, 
memb. legisl. council of Ceylon 1903 
and 1906, chm. Ceylon chamber of com- 
merce 1900-3, commr.-gen. for Ceylon to 
St. Louis exhib. 1904, knighted 1905 : 
Colombo, Ceylon. 

Boland, John Pius, M.A. Oxon., B.A. 
Lond., 2 s. of late Patrick Boland, of 
Dublin ; 6. 1870 ; m. 1902, Eileen, dau. of 
late Patrick Moloney, M.B.,of Melbourne, 
Australia : barr. Inner Temple 1897, M.p. 
(N.) S. Kerry from 1900: 198 Ashley 
gdns. S.W. : 4 New sq. Lincoln's Inn, 

Bolckow, Carl Ferdinand Henry, 
nephew of late H. W. F. Bolckow, M.P. ; 
b. 1835 ; m. 1863, Margaret, dau. (d. 1908) 
of Wm. Chambers, of Doncaster; is d.l., 
J.P. N.R, York, knt. of grace of order of 
St. John of Jerusalem : Marton Hall S.O. 
Yorks ; Languard, Torquay. 

Bolckow, Henry Wm. Ferdinand, eld. 
s. of Carl F. H, Bolckow, of Marton 
Hi^ll, Yorks, D.L., J.P.J b. 1865 ; to. 1890, 
Bessie M., 8 dau. of sir Raylton Dixon ; 
J.P. N.R. Yorks : Brackenhoe, Marton 
S.O. Yorks J Hambleton Lodge, Thirsk. 

Bolden,JohnLeonard, M.A.(Trin.coll.) 
Camb., s. of W. B. Bolden, of Hyning, 
Carnforth, D.L., J.P. (rf. 1895) ; 6.1841 ; to. 
1874, Caroline E., eld. dau. of rev. P. G. 
McDouall, M.A., rect. of Cosgrove, 
Northants ; barr. Inner Temple 1867; J.P. 
for Lancashire and Cornwall ; surveyor- 
gen, and dep.-receiver-gen. of the Duchy 
of Lancaster, lord of ttie manor of 
Warton-with-Lindeth, steward of the 
Forest and manor of Knaresborough, of 
the Forest of the High Peak, of the 
Honors of Poutefract and Tickhill, of 


the Honor and Boro' of Clare, and of 
the manors of Newcastle-under-Lyme, 
Halton, Widnes, Castleton, Dedham, 
High Easter and Pleshey : 28 Lans- 
downe rd. W ; Duchy of Lancaster 
office, Lancaster pi. W.C. 

Boles, It.-col. Dennis Fortescue, 
youngest s. of late rev. J. T. Boles, of 
Ryll Court, Exmouth.Devon and Moyge, 
CO. Cork ; b. 1861 ; to. 1894, Beatrice 
Ringrose, youngest dau. of late John 
Lysaght, of Hengrave Hall, Suffolk ; 
J.p. (1907) Somerset, maj. (hon. It.-col. 
1907) 3 battn. Devonshire regt. from 
1906 : Jun. United Service club ; Watts 
House, Bishop's Lydeard, Taunton. 

Boles, Fras. Jas. Coleridge, s. of 
late rev. J. T. Boles, of Ryll Court, Ex- 
raouth, Devon and Moyge, co. Cork ; 6. 
1 853 ; m. 1 884, Charlotte Annie, 2 dau. 
of late W. C. Jones, of The Elms, War- 
rington ; J.P. Glamorganshire: Boodle's 
club ; Raekenford Manor, Morchard 
Bishop, N. Devon. 

Boling-broke, 6 vise. (1712, Gt. B.). 
Vernon Henrv St. John, s. of 6 vise. {d. 
1899) ; b. 1896 {Heir, rev. canon 
Maurice W. F. St. John, q.v.) : Lydiard 
Park, near Swindon. 

Boling:broke,viscountess, Marj^Emily 
Elizabeth, dau. of Robt. Howard ; ??». 
1893, 5 vise. Bolingbroke [d. 1899) : 
Lydiard Park, nr. Swindon. 

Bolitiio, Thomas Bedford, only s. of 
E. Bolitho, of Trewidden, Cornwall, j.p. 
{d. 1890) : b. 1835 ; to. 1893, Frances J. 
3 dau. of Edwd S. Cams- Wilson, of 
Penmount, Truro ; D.L., J.P. Cornwall 
(sheriff 1884) and Devon ; M.P. (L.u.) W. 
Cornwall 1887-1900 : Union club ; Tre- 
widden, Penzance ; Greenway House, 
Brixham, S. Devon. 

Bolitho, Thomas Robins, B.A.Oxon,eld. 
8. of T. S. ]3olitho,of Trengwainton, J. P., 
D.L. {d. 1887), by dau. and co-heir of T. 
Robins, of Liskeard; b. 1840; to. 1870, 
Augusta J., 3 dau. of late R. B. Wilson, 
of Clilfe Hall, Yorks; j.p., d.l. Corn- 
wall (sheriff 1890) : Athenaeum club ; 
Trengwainton, Heamoor S.O. Cornwall. 

Bolitho,Wm.Edwd.Tho8.,D.s.o. (1900), 
eld. s. of Wm.Bolitho,of Polvvithen,Corn- 
wall {d. 1895) ; b. 1862 ; to. 1888, Ethel 
G., dau. of late R. B. M. Macleod, of 
Cadboll, N.B.; J.P. Cornwall, served 
with Imp!, yeom. in S. African war 
1899-1900, hon maj. in the army from 
1901, maj. Roy. 1 Devon I.Y. 1902-4 : 
Carlton club ; York House, Penzance, 
and Hannaford, Ashburton, S. Devon. 

Bolster, John, c.i.k. (1907), dep. 


commr. N. India Salt rev. dept. from 

Bolster, insp.-gen. Thos., R.N., 
L.R.C.P.I., L.E. C.S.I. , insp.-gen. of hosp. 
and fleets 1901, ret. list 1903. 

Bolton, lord (4 baron, 1797,Gt.B.).Wm. 
Thos. Orde-Powlett, eld. s. of 3 baron 
{d. 1895) ; b. 1845 : m. 1868, lady Algitha 
Frederica Mary, dau. of 9 earl of Scar- 
brongh; b. 1847; D.L., j.P. and C.A. 
N.E,. Yorks, J.P. Hants, It.-col. and hon. 
col. Yorks Hussars I.Y. 1898-1903, ret. 
1903 (Heir, s. hon. Wm. Geo. A. Orde- 
Powlett, q.v.) : Carlton, Junior Carlton 
and Yorkshire (York) clubs ; Bolton 
Hall, Leyburn S.O. Yorks. 

Bolton, Chas. Perceval, 2 s. of Chas. 
Newport Bolton, of Mount Bolton, co. 
Waterford {d. 1884) ; b. 1849 ; J.P. co. 
Waterford (sheriff 1893) : Brook Lodge, 
Halfway House, Waterford. 

Bolton, Chas. Walter, C.S.I. (1897). s. of 
dr. J. Bolton ; b. 1850 ; m. 1, 1881, Alice, 
dau. (d. 1895) of late R. R. Wilford 
Brett, 2 Bombay Cav.; 2, 1898, Jessie L., 
eld. dau. ( d. 1905) of late maj.-gen. J, 
Templeton Brett ; entd. l.C.S. (Bengal) 
1872, chief sec. to govt, of Bengal 1896- 
1900, m^mb. board of rev. 1900, addtl. 
memb. of viceroy's legisl. council Nov. 
1900 to Aug. 1903, offg. chief commr. of 
Assam 1903, ret. 1905 : Avonmore, East- 

Bolton, Edwin, s. of Joseph Cheney 
Bolton, of Carbiook and West Piean, 
Stirlingshire, M.P., d.l., j.p. {d. 1901) ; 
b. 1858 ; m. 1888, Elinor, dau. of J. H. 
N. Graham, of Laibert House, co. Stir- 
ling : Duchray Castle, Aberfoyle S.O. 

Bolton, Eras. Alfred, 2 s. of Alfred 
Sohier Bolton, of Moor Court, Staffs, 
J.P. {d. 1901) ; b. 1866 ; J.P. (1902), C.A. 
(1907) Staffordshire : Koyal Aulomobile 
club ; Moor Court, Oakamoor, N. Staffs. 

Bolton, Eras. Seddon ; b. 1898 ; J.p. 
Warwickshire (sheriff 1898) : At-hfield, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Bolton, sir Frederic, ex-chm. of 
Lloyds, knighted 1908. 

Bolton, Hy. Hargreaves, s. of Hy. 
Hargreaves Bolton, of Newchurch-in- 
j Pv,ossendale, Lanes., J. P. (d. 1905); b. 1856 ; 
m. 1885, Florence E., dau. of Thos. Allen, 
of Thurmaston Manor House. Leicester- 
shire ; is J.P. (1895) Lancashire : High 
Brake, Huncoat, Accrington, Lanes. 

Bolton, maj.-gen. Rt. Hy. ; in Indian 
Mutiny on field service 1857-8, ret. f.p. 
1880 as It.-col. M.S.C. : 7 Cresswell 
gdns. S.W. 

Bolton, Thos. eld. s of Alfred Sohier 



Bolton, of Moor Court. Staffs. J.p. (d. 
1901); b. 1858; m. 1880, Nina, 3 dau. 
of Benson Rathbone, Liverpool ; j.p. 
Staffs : Lightoaks, Oakamoor, North 

Bolton, Thos. Hy., only s. of late Thos. 
Bolton, of Canonbury, N. ; b. 1841 ; 
m. 1861, Elizabeth A., dau. of late 
Wm. Wegg ; admitted a solicitor 1869, 
M.p. (l.) N. St. Pancras 1885-6 and 
(L.u.) 1890-5, taxing master, high court 
of justice and master of the supreme 
court from 1896 : Royal courts. Strand, 
W.C. ; Garrick club. 

Bolton, Walter Hy.,youngest s.of John 
S. Bolton, of Oulton Hall, Norfolk {d. 
1889) ; 6. 1854 ; J.P. Norfolk : Oulton 
Hall, nr. Aylsham, Norfolk. 

Bolton, Wm., only s. of Wm. Bolton, 
of The Island, co. Wexford {d. 1853) ; 
b. 1815 ; m. 1843, Susan, dau. {d. 1886) 
of M. Westropp, of Limerick ; D.L., j.p. 
CO. Wexford (sheriff 1856) : The Island, 
Oulart, Gorey, co. Wexford. 

Bolton, lady. — Julia, vide Wm. A. 

Bombay, 7 bp. of (1836), rt. rev. 
Edwin Jas. Palmer, m.a. Oxon., only s. 
of yen. Edwin Palmer, d.d., archdn. of 
Oxford {d. 1895) and nephew of 1 earl 
of Selboi-ne ; b. 1869 ; fell, and tutor of 
Balliol Coll. Oxford 1892-1908, examg. 
chapln. to bp. of Southwell 1899-1904, 
to bp. of Rochester 1904-5, to bp. of 
Southwark 1905-8 ; bp. of Bombay from 
1908 : Poona, India. 

Bomford, surg.-gen. Gerald, o.l.B. 
(1903), M.D., 4 s. of Samuel Bomford, 
3 drag. gds. ; b. 1851; m. 1881, Mary 
Florence, dau. of maj.-gen. F. Eteson ; 
served with Perak expdn. 1875-6, surg.- 
gen. 1904 Indian Mfd. Service and dir.- 
gen. fiom 1905, principal of Medical 
college, Calcutta 1893-1904: Simla, 

Bomford, Hy. Butler, J.P. (1907) 
Warwickshire : Exhall, Alcester 8.0. , 

Bomford, John Eras., 2 s. of Geo. 
Bomford, of Oakley Park, co. Meath 
{d. 1886) ; 6. 1837 ; m. 1866, Elinor J., 
dau. of rev. Lyndon H. Bolton, of Priors- 
land, CO. Dublin ; J.P. co. Meath : Oakley 
Parks, Kf-lls, co. Meath. 

Bomford, capt. John North-, eld. s. of 
Isaac North Bomford, of Gallow Ferrans, 
CO. Meath (d. 1866) ; b. 18:58 ; m. 1, 1867, 
Charlotte, eld. dau. {d. 1881) of J. D. 
Meares, of Meares Court, co. West- 
meath ; 2, 1882, Mary W. C, eld. dau. of 
lato sir Wm. S. B. Kaye, Q.C, C.B. ; served 
in Burmah and Bengal 1857, late capt. 



29 regt., J. P. Co. Meath : Army and Navy 
club ; Gallow Ferrana, Kilcock, co. 

Bompas, (his honor, judge) Henry 
Mason, k.c, M.a. Cantab, and Lon., 
youngest s. of late C. C. Bompas, serjt.- 
at-law : b. 1836 : m. 1867, Rachel H., eld. 
dau. of rev. Edwd. White, of Tuf nell Park, 
N. ; ban-. Inner Temple 1863,treas. 1905, 
Q.C. 1877, rec. of Poole 1882-5, of 
Plymouth and Devonport from 1885-97, 
j.p. W.R. Yorks, Bradford and Keighley, 
county court judge, Bradford (circuit 
No. 11 and part No. 14) from 1896 : 4 
Phillimore gdns. Kensington, W. ; 3 
Harcourt bldgs. E.G. 

Bouar, Henrv Alfred Constant, s. of 
Hy. Bonar, of Paris ; b. 1861 ; m. 1893, 
Lilias, dau. of late hon. Wm. Napier ; 
barr. Middle Temple 1894, consul for 
consular dist. of Yokohama 1898-1903, 
for consular dist. of Kobe from 1903 : 
British Consulate, Kobe, Japan. 

Boncambi, contessa Federico, lady 
Maria, dau. of 9 countess of Newburgh ; 
h. 1825 ; TO. 1851, conte Federico Pucci 
Boncambi of Perugia, Italv. 

.Bond, vide Mac&eough-Bond. 
'■\ Bond, Edwd., m.a. Oxon., eld. s. of 
late Edwd. Bond, of Hampstead, N.W. ; 
b. 1844; fell. Queen's coll. Ox. 1869; 
barr. Lincoln's Inn 1871, asst. charity 
commr. 1884-91, one of the founders and 
chm. of the East End Dwellings Co., 
L.O.C. (Hampstead) 1895-1901, M.P. (c.) 
E. Nottingham 1895-1906; 43 Thurloe 
square, S.W. ; Albemarle, Athenaeum, 
Burlington Fine Arts and Carlton clubs 

Bond, brig. -gen. Fras. Geo., R.E., c.B. 
(1902), s. of late rev. F. H. Bond, of 
Barry Hill, Glos ; b. 1856 ; m. 188J, Alice 
M., dau. of W. Viviiin ; served in Zulu 
war 1879, Egyptian war 1882, Hazara 
expdn. 1891, N.W. Frontier India 1897-8, 
Tirah expdy. force ; S. African war 
1899-1902, dir.-gen. (temp, rank of brig.- 
gen.) of mily. works in India from 1908. 

Bond, Frank Walters, s. of Wm. Hy. 
Bond, R.N., of Truro, Cornwall ; 6. 1837; 
m. 1863, Catherine, dau, {d. 1908) of — ; 
D.L., J.p. (1890) Berks (sheriff 1900) : 
Reform club ; Wargrave Court, Henley- 

Bond, Geo. Morton, eld. s. of late Mor- 
ton Bond, of Ashborne, co. Derby ; 6. 
1846 ; TO. 1872, Sarah, dau. of late Richd. 
Warner, J.P. of Muchall Hall, Staffs ; 
J.P. Ddrbyshire : Constitutional club ; 
Alrewas House, Ashborne. 

Bond, Gerald Denis, 3 s. of Nathaniel 
Bond, of Creech Grange, Dorset, J.p., 
by 5 dau. of 2 earl of Eldon ; 6. 1869 ; 

J.p. Dorset ; capt. 1 vol. battn, Dorset 
regt. 1892-9 : Holme, Wareham. 

Bond, Henry, ll.d., only s. of late 
William Bond, j.p., of Cambridge ; b. 
1853; m. 1903, May, dau. of late E. 
S. Shuckburgh, of Cambridge; J.P. 
(1906) Cambridgeshire : 52 Bateman st. 
and Trinity HhII, Cambridge. 

Bond, Hy. Coulson, eld. a. of Frank 
Walters Bond, of Wargrave Manor, 
Berks, J.P.; b. 1864 ; to. 1891, Frances E., 
dau. of maj. Bulkeley, of Linden Hill, 
Berks; J.P. (1896) Carmarthenshire. 

Bond, Hy. Pomeroy, 2 s. of rev. H. 
Bond, vicar of South Petherton, Somer- 
set {d. 1875), by dau. and heir of hon. 
Hy. Pomeroy ; h. 1855 ; m. 1883, Maud 
Francis, dau. of Wairen Wm. Richd. 
Peacocke, of Efford Park, Hants; J.P. 
(1903) Dorset: Jun. Carlton club; 
Moigiie Combe, Dorchester, Dorset. 

Bond, Jas. Willoughby, only survg. s. 
of W. Bond, of Farragh, j.p., d.l. [d. 
1875) ; b. 1837 ; to. 1864, Emma G. C, dau. 
of W. H. Little, of Llanfair Grange, co. 
Monmouth ; J. P., d.l. co. Longford 
(sheriff 1870) : Farragh, Longford,Ireland. 

Bond, ven. John, m.a. Cantab ; b. 
1841, J.P. Lincolnshire, preb. of Lincoln 
1884-1902, rect. of Anderby, Lincoln- 
shire, 1865-89 ; vicar of Steeple Ashton, 
Wilts 1889-97, of St. Peter in Eastgate, 
Lincoln 1897-1902, archdn. of Stow from 
1897, precent«»r and canon of Lincoln 
cath. from 1902 : The Pre;;ent,ory, 

Bond, rev. John Edwd. Gordon, only 
s. of late col. Edwd. Bond, late 53 and 
39 regts., of Heavitree, Devon ; b. 1852 ; 
TO. 1878, Helen Mary, dau. of late Henry 
Green, of Blackwall ; sub-lieut. R.N. ret. 
1873, J.P.( 1888) Wilts, vicar of Savernake, 
Wilts, 1879-89, rect. of Ashmore, Wilts , 
1889-94, vicar from 1894 of South New- 
ton, Wilton, Wilts. 

Bond, John Gregory, eld. survg. s. of 
John Bond, of Pennyburn, Londonderry, 
Irel. {d. 1849), by Sophia, youngest dau. 
of late John Gregory Crump, of Allan 
Bank, Westmorland; b. 1839; to. 1875, 
Emilia Louisa, dau. and co-heir of late 
Alfred Pett, and widow of C. E.Stanger- 
Leathes : Greatwood, Penryn, Cornwall; 
L'Olivetta, Porto Fino, Ligure, Italy ; 
Jun. Constitutional, Royal Automobile 
and R.T.Y. clubs. 

Bond, John Wentworth Garneys, eld. 
8. of Nathaniel Bond, by lady'Selina, 
dau. of 2 earl of Eldon ; b. 1865 ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1893, d.l., j.p. Dorset : 
Wellington and Travellers' clubs ; 
Creech Grange, Wareham. 


Bond, Nathaniel, eld. s. of rev. canon 
N. Bond, of Creech G-range, Wareham, 
J,P. {d. 1889); h. 1840; m. 1864, lady 
Selina, dau. {d. 189J ) of 2 earl of Eldon ; 
D.L., J. P. Dorset : Creech Grange, Ware- 
ham ; Holme, Wareham. 

Bond, Richd., j.p. (1907) Wilts. 

Bond, rt. hon. sir Robt., P.C. (1902), 
K.c.M.G. (1901), LL.D. (hon. 1902) Edin., 
s. of late John Bond, of Torquay, 
Devon; h. 1867 ; speaker Newfoundland 
house of assem. 1884, memb. of exec, 
council and col. sec. 1889-94, col. sec. 
1896-7, prem. and col. sec. from 1900, 
official delegate to London on Fishery 
question 1890, and to Washington on 
Reciprocity question 1890 and 1902, 
memb. Colonial conference,London, 1902 : 
St. John's and Whitbourne, Newfound- 

Bond, col. Robt. John, 2 s. of late 
Robt. Bond, of Glenview, co. Tyrone, 
J.p. ; h. 1838; m. 1881, Florence Annie, 
dau. of W. B. Eastwood, of Kings wood, 
Surrey ; served in Egyptian war, 1882 ; 
ret.. 1891 ; J. P co. Kildare : Naval and 
Military club ; Moorefield, Newbridge, 
CO. Kildare. 

Bond, col. Wensly Jas. Hod^on, c.B. 
(1900); b. 1854; served with Burmese 
expdn. 1886-7, Chin-Lushai expdn. 1889- 
90, Chitral relief force 1895, Dongola 
expdn. 1896, Tirah expdy. force 1897-8, 
operations in China 1900-1, col. 1905 
Ind. army. 

Bond, maj.-gen.Wm. Dunn, c.B.(1886), 
eld. s. of late R.Bond, of Dullerton House 
and Glen view, CO. Tyrone, J.P.; b. 1836; 
served in Zulu war 1879, Boer war 1881, 
col. on staff at Natal 1884-6, ret. p. 1893 : 
United Service and Army and Navy 
clubs ; Dullerton, Londonderry. 

Bond, Wm. Henry, eld. s. of rev. H. 
Bond, vicar of South Petherton, Somer- 
set {d. 1875) ; b. 1862 ; m. 1878, Mary C, 2 
dau. of late sir H. S. Meysey- Thompson, 
1 bart. ; is J.P. (1895) Dorset and (1896) 
Hants, late It. 1 battn. R. Scots regt. : 
Army and Navy club : Tyneham, Ware- 
ham, Dorset. 

Bond, Willoughby Jas., eld. s. of Jas. 
W. Bond, of l^arragh, CO. Longford, D.L., 
J.P. ; b. 1867 ; m. 1892, Mary Rosa K., 
eld. dau. of capt. Wm. Bond, of Newtown 
Bond, Longford ; is J.P. co. Longford : 
Ballygarive, Longford, Irel. 

Bond, lady. — Caroline Frances, dau. of 
late rev.Richd. Harris Barham,rect. of St. 
Faith's, London (author of the "In- 
goldsby Legends"); m. 1847, Edwd. 
Augustus Bond, c.B., ll.d. prin. Li 
brarian, British Museum 1878-88 {d. 

1898) ; given by royal warrant 1898 
rank of K.C.B.'s widow,her husband being 
K.c.B. designate but dying before the 
investii.ure took place : 64 Princes sq. W. 

Bond-Cabbell, mrs. Evelyn B., dau. 
of late Michael Phillips Grazebrook, of 
Hagley House, Stourbridge, Worcs.; m. 
1883, Benjn. Bond Bond-Cabbell, of 
Cromer Hall, Norfolk, d.l., j.p. {d. 1892) : 
Cromer Hall, Norfolk. 

Bond-Cabbell, mrs. Margaret, dau. of 
late Robt. Dewar, Muirbank, Scotland, 
and island of Jamaica ; m. 1837, J. Bond- 
Cabbell, of Cromer Hall, Norfolk {d. 
1878) : Cromer Hall, Cromer, Norfolk. 

Bone, Samuel, 3 s. of late Samuel 
Bone, of Liskeard, Coruwall, J.P. ; b. 
1840 ; J.P. (1901) Cornwall : The Parade, 

Bonhaxn, adml. Chas. Wright, s. of 
Hy. Bonham, M.P., of 45 Portland pi. 
W. {d. 1830) ; b. 1817 ; m. 1874, dau. 
of Mashiter Holme, of Lewes cres. 
Brighton ; commd. boat at destruction 
of piratical settlement of Malloodoo, 
Borneo, 1845. present at capture of LagOf, 
ret. capt. 1868 : Montagu House Ryde, 
I. of W. ; Army and Navy club. 

Bonbam, sir Geo. Frans., 2 bart. 
(1852), only s. of 1 bart., K.c.B. (d. 1863) ; 
b. 1847 ; m. 1871, Louisa, dau of rt. 
hon. sir A. Buchanan, 1 bart., G.O.B., 
P.C. ; M.A. Oxon, sec. of embassy at 
Madrid 1893-7, at Rome 1897-1900, env. 
extrady. and min. plenipo. to Servia 
1900-5, to Swiss Confederation from 1905, 
J.p. Surrey (Eeir, s. It.-col. (temp.) Geo. 
L., q.v.) : British Legation, Berne : Tra- 
vellers', Jun. Carlton and St. James's 
clubs ; Knowle Park, Cranleigh, G-uild- 

Bonbam, It.-col. (temp.) Geo. Lionel, 
eld. s. of sir Geo. Fras. Bonhnm, 2 bart., 
by 3 dau. of rt. hon. sir A. Buchanan, 1 
bart., G.C.B., P.C. ; b. 1873; vi. 1898, Amy, 
eld. dau. of capt. Hy. Gaskell, of Kid- 
diugton Hall, Woodstock ; maj. gren. 
gds. from 1908. serving (temp, rank of 
It.-col.) with Macedonian gendarmerie : 
Guards' and Travellers' clubs ; Hohl- 
hurst, Cranleigh, Guildford. 

Bonbam, It.-col. Harry Walter Mus- 
grave; b. 1852; J.P.Herts and Suffolk, 
late It.-col. gren. gds., served in Soudan 
1884-5, 8. African war 1900-1 with 20 
battn. Impl yeom.: Arthur '^ club 

Bonbam., col. John, c.B. (1906), 2 s. of 
rev. John Bonham, of Ballintaggart co. 
Kildare, J.P.((i.l87o ) ; 7w.l870,Mary, 2 dau. 
{d. 1891) of PhilipWroughton, of Woolley 
Park, Berks ; J.P. cos. Kildare and Wlck- 
i low, sheriff co. Carlo w 1900 ; at defence 



of Residency at Lucknow 1857, col. r,a. 
ret. : 9 Sloaue Court west, S.W. ; United 
Service, S.W., and Kildare St. (Dublin) 
clubs ; Ballintaggart, nr. Colbinstown, 
CO. Kildare. 

Bonham-Carter, Alfred, c.b. (1900), 
2 8. of late John Bonham-Carter, of 
Buriton, Hants, M.P., D.L. ; b. 1825 ; m. 
1879, Mary H., dau. (d.l893) of late Geo. 
Warde Norman, of Bromley Common, 
Kent, D.L. : barr. Inner Temple, 1858 ; 
ret. maj. Hants yeom. cav. ; referee of 
private bills House of Commons 1866- 
1903 : 3 Courtfield rd. S. Kensington, 
S.W. ; Brooks' and Athenaeum clubs. 

Bonham-Carter,(hon. ; Arthur Thos., 
s. of John Bonham-Carter, of Adhursr 
St. Mary, Hants, M.P., d.l., j.p. {d. 
1884), by his 2 wife, hon. Mary, eld. dau. 
(d. 1906) of 1 baron Northbrook ; 6. 
1869; served in 3 l~attD. (mil.) Hamp- 
shire regt. in S. African war 1900, barr. 
Inner Temple 1894, res. magist. at 
Mombasa 1905-6, a judge of H. M.'s 
high court of East Africa from 1906. 

Bonner, Geo. Albert, 2 s. of late Cbas. 
Foster Bonner, of Spalding, Lines; h. 
1862 ; m. 1896, Eveleen, dau. of F. T. 
Lewis, of Whitehall Court, S.W. ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1885, a master of the su- 
preme court of from 1905 : 33 
Evelynmausions, Carlisle pi. S.W. ; Roy 
Courts of Justice, Strand, W.C. j Oxford 
and Cambridge club. 

Bonney, Frederic, s. of late rev.Thos. 
Bonney, of Rugeley ; j.P. Staffs ; The 
Hollies, Rugeley. 

Bonney, rev. Thos.Geo., Cantab., 
LL.D., F.U.S., F.G.S., F.8.A., eld. 8. of late 
rev. Thos. Bonney, m.a. of Rugeley. 
Staffs. ; b. 1833 : Pres. G.S. 1884-6, prof. 
of geology, univ. coll. London 1877-1900, 
hon. canon of Manchester from 1887 : 9 
Scroopeterr.Cambridge;AthenfBum club. 
Bonnor, col. Richard Maurice-, Bo. 
S.C, eld. s. of very rev. R. B. Maurice 
Bonnor, dean of St. Asaph 1859-86 {d. 
1889) ; b. 1828 ; j.p. Denbighshire, ret. 
pay as It.-col. Bo. S.C. : Bryn-y-Gwalia, 
Oswestry ; E. I. United Service club. 

Bonnor-Manrice, Edwd. Arthur, b.a. 
Oxon, 5 s. of late R. M. Bonnor-Maurice, 
of Bodynfoel ; b. 1848 ; m. 1876, Edith 
Jessie, 2 dau. of rev. F. F. Fawkes, of 
Upton park, Bucks ; J.P. Montgomery- 
shire (sheriff 1894) : Hamilton House, 
Hall rd. N. W. ; 46 Parliament st. S.W. ; 
United University club; Bodynfoel, 
Bons8uLl, vide Hughes-Bonsall. 
Bonsall, Henry, 3 s. of Thos. Bonsall. 
of Glan Rheidol, Cardiganshire, d.l., j.p. 

{d. 1875) : h. 1832 ; j.p. (1907) CardigaU- 
shire : Cwm Padarn, Aberystwith. 

Bonsall, Hugh Edwd.. 2. s. of John 
Geo. Wm. Bons^ill, of Fronfraith, co. 
Cardigan, J.P. ; b. 1863; m 1896, Ger- 
trude £., 2 dau. of John T. Morgan, of 
Nantcaerio, Ca}'digansliire ; J.P. Cardi- 
j ganshire and Montgomeryshire, capt. 
(hon. maj. 1896) Cardigan artill. (mil.) 
W. divn. of R.A. 1881-97, instr. of artill. 
1888-93 : Jun. Constitutional club : 
Gallryllan, Macbynlleih, Mont. 

Bonsall, maj, John Joseph, eld. s. of 
J. G. W. Bonsall, of Fronfraith, Cardigan- 
shire, J.p. {d. 1900) b. 1854 m. 1879, 
h)mily F., only surviving dau. of late rev. 
J. Hughes, M.A. ; D.L., J.p. Cardiganshire 
(sheriff 1904) and Montgomeryshire, maj. 
Cardigan artill. (mil.)W. divn. of R. A. 
1887-95 : Jun. Constitutional club ; 
Fronfraith, Llanbadarn-fawr, Aberyst- 

Bonsall, Thos. Wm., eld. s. of Thos. 
Bonsall, Glan Rheidol, Cardiganshire. 
J.P., D.L. {d. 1875) ; b. 1851 ; m. 1884, 
Eleanor I. 2 dau. of David Howell, of 
Craigydon, Aberdovey ; J.P. cos. Cardi- 
gan, Merioneth and Montgomery : Mor- 
ben, Machynlleth, Mont. 

Bonser, Arthur Howard, J.P. (1907) 
Notts : Forest Lodge, Sutton-in-Ash- 
field. Nottingham. 

Bonser, rt. hon. sir John Winfield, p.c. 
(1901), M.A. Cantab., only s. of rev. John 
Bonser, of Bath; b. 1847; m. 1, 1883, 
Bertha M. L., 2 dau. {d. 1894) of late 
John Nanson, of Carlisle; 2, 1899,Mary C, 
only dau. of late col. hon. sir W. J. Col- 
ville, K.C.V.O., C.B. ; barr. Lincoln's Inn 
1872, C.J. of the Straits Settlements in 
1893, of Ceylon 1893, memb. of judicial 
comm. of P.c. from 1902 ; knighted 1894: 
3 Eaton pi. S.W. 

Bonsey, ven. Wm., m.a. Cantab., vicar 
of Corfe, Somerset. 1871-80, of Northaw, 
Herts, 1880-93, r.d. of Lancaster 1894, 
chapn. of Lancaster Castle 1897-1908, 
hou. canon of Manchester 1893-1905, 
vicar of St. Mary, Lancaster, from 1893, 
archdn. of Lancaster from 1905 : The 
Vicarage, Lancaster. 

Bonsor, Henry Cosmo Orme, s. of late 
Joseph Bonsor, of Polesden, Surrey ; b. 
1848 ; m. 1, 1872, Emily G., dau. {d. 1882) 
of late Jas. Fellowes,of Kingston, Dorset; 
2, 1886, Mabel G., dau. of Jas. Brand, of 
Sanderstead Court, Croydon, j.p. ; one of 
H.M.'sLieutenants for theCity of London, 
chm. of income tax commn. for the City, 
chm. of S.E.R. and director of the Bank 
of England; D.L., J.P. Surrey, m.p. (o.) 
N.E. Surrey 1885-1900 : 38 Belgrave sq. 



S.W.; Carlton, Arthur's and Turf clubs ; 
KingrsvvooH Warren, Epsom, Surrey. 

Bontein, Jas. Shelley, p.s.a. (Scot.), 
only s. of late Jas. Bontein, gentleman 
usher and clerk of the robes to Queen 
Victoria, by Katherine, granddau. of sir 
John Shelley, 6 bart. ; h. 1859 ; m. 1889, 
Emilie, only dau. of Fras. Edwards, of 
Pickerage, Bucks, and widow of Hans 
Sloane-Stanley, of Paulton's Park, 
Hants ; memb. of King's body guard 
for Scotland, j.P. Argyll: 21 Bolton 
St. W. ; Turf, Marlborough and New 
(Edinburgh) clubs : Glencruitten, Oban, 

Bontine, hon. mrs. Anne, sis. of 14 
baron Elphinstone ; i.l828: m. 1861, Wm. 
Cuuniniihaine Bontine, of Gartnaore, co. 
Perth, J.P., D.L. (d. 1883) : 39 Chester sq. 

Bonus, maj.-gen. Joseph, r.e. (Bom- 
bay), s. of John Bonus; h. 1836 ; m. 1, 
dau. of Wm. Hart, I.C.S. ; 2, 1891, 
Marion S., eld. dau. of Prof. R. Stuart- 
Poole, LL.D., of the British Mu-eum ; in 
Indian mutiny 1867-8 ; Afghan war 1878- 
9, ret. on pens. 1888: Southfield House, 
Frome .Somerset. 

Bonython, sir J. Langdon, c.m.g. 
(1908), s of G. Langdon Bonython 
(formerly of Cornwall and descended 
from the Bonythons of Bonython and 
Carclew) ; h. 1848 ; m. 1870, Marie L. F., 
dau. of D. F. Balthasar. of Berlin : propr! 
of Adelaide Advertiser and other news- 
papers ; elected in 1901 by tbe State of 
S'lutti Australia, member of the first 
Federal Parliament of Australin, re- 
ceiving 39,434 votes, the i-econd high- 
est number recoided; pres. S. Aus- 
tralian Sch. of Mines and Industries ; 
chm. Adelaide Sch. Board 1883-1901; 
chm. Govt. Agricultural Coll. ; pres. 
Adelaide Teachers" Association ; v.p. 
S.A. branch r.g.b. ; knighted 1898 : Car- 
clew, Adelaide, S. Australia. 

Booker, John Lee, eld. s. of late 
Septimus Booker, of Swarthdale House, 
Lanes. : barr. Inner Temple 1884, j.p. 
(1898) Lancashire, patron of the living 
of Over Kellet : Swarthdale House, iir. 
Carnforth, Lanes. 

Booker, Josias Anthony Nussey, D.L., 
J.P. Herefordshire, It. Montgomeryshire 
yeom. 1888-96. 

Bookey, col. John Thos. Brownrigg, 
c.B.(1900),L.R.c.p.Edin.,L.R.c.s.i.; 6.1846; 
served with 6 Punjab Inf. in Jowaki Af- 
reedee expdn. 1877-8 ; Mahzood Wuzeeree 
expdn. 1881 ; Burmese expdn. 1886-8 ; 
Hazara expdn. 1888 ; Miranzai expdn. 
1891 ; Waziristan field force 1894-6 ; 

I N. W. Frontier, India 1897-8 with Mala- 
1 kand field force ; operations in China 
1900-1, Indian Med. Service, princ. med. 
oi cer, Kohat, ret. 1905. 

Boord, sir [Thos.] Wm., 1 bart. (1896) 
v.D,, F.S.A., elH. s. of late Joseph Boord, 
Harefield Grove, Uxbridge, j.p. ; b. 1838 ; 
m. 1861, Margaret d'Almaine, elder dau. 
of late Thos. Geo. Mackinlay, f.s.a. ; 
partner in Boord and Son, distillers, dir. 
Lend. & Prov. Bank, Ltd.,capt. 1 Middlx. 
R.Y. ret.. J.P.Sussex, M.P. (c.) Greenwich 
1873-96 {Heir, s. Wm. Arthur, b. 1862) : 
Carlton club; Oldbury Place, Ightham, 

Boosey, Wm., j.p. (1906) Cheshire : 
Brookfield, Middlewich. 

Booth, vide Ha worth-Booth. 

Booth, vide Sclater-Booth. 

Booth Abraham, J.P. (1907) W. R. 
Yorks : High Cross House, Kirkburton, 
Huddersfield. ' 

Booth, Arthur Wm., J.P.(1902) Kent : 
Scalers Hill, Ccbham, nr. Gravesend, 

Booth, commdr. Augustus Burton 
Clavell, R.N. (ret.), s. of late capt. J. R. 
Booth, R.N., pres. of Montserrat, W.I. ; 
b. 1841 ; m. 1871, Margaret, 3 dau. of late 
rev, J. R. Bogue, rect. of Denbury, 
Devon ; J.P. (1908) Bucks : United Ser- 
vice club ; The Gore Cottage, Burnham, 

Booth, Benjn. Brodie, J.P. Suffolk: 
Hill House, Stowmarket, Suffolk. 

Booth, rt. h u. Chas., P.C. (1904), 
F.R.s,, (hon.) Camb., D.C.L. (hon.) 
Oxon., s. of Chas. Booth, of Liverpool ; 
b. 1810 ; m. 1871, Mary, dau. of Chas. 
Z. Macaulay ; partner in Alfred Booth 
and Co. Liverpool, c^m. of the Booth 
Steamship Co., author of " Life and 
Labour of the People in London," and 
of several works on Pauperism, prts. 
Roy. Statisticul Soc. 1892-4 : 24 Gt. 
Cumberland pi. W. ; Athenaeum and 
Reform clubs ; Gracedieu Manor, Whit- 
wick, Leicestershire. 

Booth, Charles, M. A. Cantab,, eld. s. of 
It.-col. Hy. Booth, K.H.,43 L.I. ; b. 1828, 
?7i. 1, 1860, dau. of dr. H. Ebner, of Frank- 
furt; 2, 1867, Elizabeth, dau. of J. Staven- 
ley-Shirt,late 4 K.O. K., of Wales, Rother- 
ham ; barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1868; J.P.W.R. 
York : United University club. 

Booth, Chas. Hy., eld. s. of Chas. 
Booth, of Diikinfield, Cheshire ; b. 1863 ; 
m. 1896, Clara, 2 d lu. of Thos. Bowers, 
of Ashton-under-Lyne, Lanes. ; J.P. 
(1901) Cheshire: Constitutional club; 
The Lakes, Dukinfield. 

Booth, Geo. Jas., 2 s. of Jas. Booth, 



of Rochdale, Lanes ; h. 1848 ; m. 1874, 
Mary Jane, dan. of Th03. Quarton, of 
York; J.p. (1907) Lancashire and (1885) 
Rochdale : Oakenrod Hill, Rochdale. 

Booth., James, 2 s. of Jas. Booth, of 
Edgbaston ; m. 1871, Louisa, dau. of 
Wm. Rayner; j.p, Warwickshire: Ar- 
dencote, Claverdon, Warwickshire. 

Booth, maj. John, v.D., eld. s. of Jas. 
Booth, of Turton, Lanes, j.p.; b. 1854 ; m. 
Kary Agnes, dau. of R. S. Taylor, of 
Bury, Lanes. ; J.P. (1907) Lancashire : 
Hazel Bank, Turton, nr. Bolton, Lanes. 

Booth, John Firth, 4 s. of late John 
Booth, of Lees, Lanes. ; b. 1837 ; m. 1872, 
Sarah L. dau. of late Samuel Hollin- 
worth, of Hyde, Cheshire ; J.P. (1894) 
W.R. Yorks: Manor House, Lees,01dham. 

Booth, sir Josslyn Augustus Richd. 
Gore-, 6 bart. (1760), eld. s.of 5 bart. {d. 
1900); b. 1809; m. 1907, Mary, dau. 
of rev. Savile Rithd. Wm. L'Estrange- 
Malone, Mus.Bac, rect. of Dalton 
Holme, Yorks ; D.L., j.p. co. Sligo 
(Heir, s. Michael Savile, b. 1908) : Lissa- 
del, Sligo. 

Booth, Nathan, j.p. (1896) Norfolk: 
Outwell House. Wisbech. 

Booth, Philip Hy., eld. s. of Hy. 
Booth, of Gildersome, Yorks ; b. 1851 ; 
m. 1874, Julia, dau. of Robt. Holliday, 
of Gildersome, Yorks ; j.p. (1906) and 
c.c. W. R. Yorks : Moorfield House, 
Gildersome, nr. Leeds. 

Booth, Samuel Lawson, j.p. (1907) 
Lancashire : Camden House, Roe lane, 

Booth, It.-eol. Thos. Geo., 4 s.of John 
Booth, of Glendon Hall, Northants, d.l., 
J.p. {d. 1848) ; b. 1843 ; m. 1879, Frances 
Jane W., dau. of late Henry Christopher 
Metcalfe, of Hawstead House, Suffolk; 
served in Perak expdn. 1875, Egyptian 
war 1882 ; late (10) N. Lincolnshire regt., 
in army pay dept. 1878-98; J.P. (1871) 
Northants: Hawstead House, Bury St. 

Booth, maj.-gen. Wm., R.A. (ret.), s. of 
late It.-col. Booth, k.h., 43 Light Inf. ; b. 
1832; m. 1861, Eliza Emma, dau. of late 
gen. Russel, r.a. ; served in Crimea, 
1855; ret. p. 1887: Rose Duryard, 
Exeter ; Army and Navy club. 

Booth, lady Gore-, Georgina Mary, 
only dau. of late col. Chas. John Hill, of 
Tickhill Castle ; m. 1867, sir Hy. Wm. 
Gore-Booth, 5 bart. [d. 1900) : Lissadel, 
Carney, co. Sligo. 

Booth, mrs. Marge ret Home, younger 
dau. of John Gibson Reeves, of Moseley, 
Worcestershire ; m. 1860, Richd. Booth, 
of Glendon Hall, Northants, J.P. {d. 

1898) ; lady of the manors of Glendon 
and Barford, and patroness of Glendon : 
Glendon Hall, Kettering. 

Boothby, sir Brooke, 11 bart. (1660), 
eld. s. of 10 bart. [d. 1865); b. 3856: 
sec. to legation at Rio de Janeiro 1898- 
1901, at Tokio 1901-2, at Brussels 1902-5, 
councillor of embassy in diplomatic 
service 1905-7, env. extrady. and min. 
plenipo. to Republic of Chile in 1907 
{Heir, bro. Chas. Eras., 6. 1868). 

Boothby, Chas. Edw., grands, of 
sir W. Boothby, 8 bart. b. 1821 ; m. 1855, 
hon. Georgiana M., dau. {d. 1903) of 3 
baron Snffield, widow of Geo. Ed. 
Anson ; J.P. Staffordshire : 1 Palmeira 
sq. Brighton. 

Boothby, It. Fredk. Lewis Maitland, 
K.N.; m. 1908, lady Mary Katharine L., 
2 dau. of 3 earl of Limerick, b. 1880 ; It. 
R.N. 1903. 

Boothby, Josiah, c.M.a. (1878), 6 s. of 
late hon. mr. justice Booth by, of Adelaide: 
&.1837 ; m. 1861, Susannah H.,dau. of late 
W.J.Lawrence, of Adelaide ; perm.under- 
see. for S. Australia, 1868-80, commr. at 
Paris exhibn. 1878, knt. leg. hon. : 158 
Barnard st. North Adelaide, S. Australia. 

Boothby, capt. AVm. Osbert, R.N., 
M.v.o. 4 class (1908), 2 s. of rev. Evelyn 
Boothby, M.A., rect. of Whitwell, co. 
Derby [d. 1874) ; 6. 1866 ; m. 1907, Hilda 
Lambert, dau. of capt. Hy. Stephen 
Swiney, of Gensing House, SLLeonards- 
on-Sea ; mid. of the •' Superb " at bom- 
bardment of Alexandria 1882, and during 
Egyptian war, eommdr. of " Eudymion " 
during adml. sir E. Seymour's expdn. in 
China 1900, capt. R.N.'l903. 

Boothby, lady. — Mai-tha Serena, dau. 
of rev. Charles Boothby, vicar of Sutter- 
ton, Lincoln ; m. rev. sir Brooke W. R. 
Boothby, 10 bait. {d. 1865) : 18 Evelyn 
gdns. S.W. 

Boothroyd, Joseph Senior, m.d. 
Edin., J.p. (1907) co. London : 135 
Breakspears rd. Brockley, S.E. 

Bor, col. Jas. Hy., c.M.G. (1899), 
R.M.A., 2 s. of late rev. J. H. Bor, rect. 
of Raymunterdoney and Dunlewey, co. 
Donegal ; b. 1857 ; m. 1, 1883, Elizabeth 
F. M., eld. dau. {d. 1883) of col. Falkland 
Warren, e.a., c.m.g. ; 2, 1898, Ida Mary 
R., only dau. (d. 1908) of late capt. L. 
Cross, R.M,L.l. ; served in Crete 1898, 
extra equerry to the prince of Wales 
from 1901, a.d.c. to the King from 1904, 
A.A.G. 1905-8, col. commdt. R.M.a. from 
1908 : Eastney Barracks, Portsmouth ; 
United Service club. 
Borastou, John, j.p. (1902) Kent: 


('} Crt. Ciooi'gd -si S.W. ; Ringwood, 
Beckenhain, Kent. 

Borden, hon. ^ir Fredk. Wm., k.o.m.g. 
(1902), P.O. (1896 Canada), M.u. Harvard 
Med. Schl., d.c.l.,ll.d., s. of J. Borden; 
b. 1847; m. 1, 187;}, Julia M., dau. [d. 1880) 
of J. H. Clarke; 2, 1884, Bessie B. 
Clarke ; kut. of grace order of St, John 
of Jerusalem in England, surg. It.-col. 
68 battn. King's Colin ty mil. and 
hon. col. Canadian army med. corps, 
min. of militia and defence Canada from 
1896 : Canning, Nova Scotia ; Ottawa, 
Ont. ; Rideau (Ottawa) and Halifax 
(Halifax, N. S.) clubs. 

Boreel, sir Jacob Wm. G-ustavus, 10 
bart. (1644), only s. of 9 bart. {d. 1883) ; 
0. 1852; m. 1, 1878, Maria C.,dau. {d. 1891) 
of baron Schimmelpennick Van der Oye ; 
2, 1898, Cornelie Marie van Weede ; 
chambertain to the queen of the Nether- 
lands (Heir, kinsman, Alfred M., b. 
1849) : Waterland, Velsen, Holland. 

Boriagrdon, vise, (title which would 
be borne by eld. s., if any living, of earl 
of Morley). 

Borlase, misses Lydia Harris and 
Caroline Anne, daus. and co-heirs of 
John Borlase, of Castle Horneck, Corn- 
wall, J. p. {d. 1889) : Castle Horneck, 

Borough, John, only s. of late Wm. 
Borough, of Derby, solicitor; b. 1831; 
m. 1, 1862, dau. (d. 1863) of rev. J. Max- 
well Dunn, of Stapenhill, Derbyshire ; 
2, 1867, dau. of J. Curgenven, of Ply- 
mouth ; is J. P. (1893) Derbyshire ; capt. 
late 5 battn. (mil.) Sherwood Foresters 
(Notts and Derbyshire regt.) 1866-81; 
registrar of dioc. Southwell : County 
club, Derby; Eaton Bank, nr. Duffield, 
Derby ; Diocesan Registry, Derby. 

Borough, John Sidney Burton, eld. 
s. of J. C. B. Borough, of Chetwynd 
Park, Salop. J.P. {d. 1894); b. 1852; 
m. 1889, Edith F. M., youngest dau. of 
rev. Hy. Grladwyn Jebb, of I'ii-beck Hall, 
Yorks; is J.P. Salop (sheriff 1901): 
Carlton club ; Chetwynd Park, New- 
port, Salop. 

Borradaile, col. Geo. Wm., c.B.(1882) 
R.A. (late Bombay) 3 s. of Harry Borra- 
daile, Bo.C.S.; b. 1838 ; m. 1864, C, dau. 
of surg.-gen. Clias. Doyle Straker, Bo. 
Med. Serv. ; served in Egypt 1882, 3 
class Medjidie, a.a.g. Bombay 1884-9, 
ret. 1894 on pens. : The Cottage, Hatfield, 

Borrer, Arthur Hardress, 4 s. of 
rev. canon C. H. Borrer, M.A., rect. of 
Hurstpierpoint, Sussex (d. 1898) ; 6.1854; 
m. 1881, Dorothea Caroline, dau. of Maxi- 


milian Hammond Dalison, of Hamptons? 
Kent ; a registrar of high court of justice 
(chancery diva.) from 1906 : 6 Durham 
pi. Chelsea, S.W. ; Chancery Registrar's 
Office, Royal Courts of Justice, W.C. 

Borrer, major Gary Hampton, eld. s. 
of rev. canon C. H. BoiTer, m.a., rect. of 
Hurstpierpoint, Sussex (d. 1898); b. 1838 ; 
m. 1871, Alice, only survg. child of late 
J. E. Downe ; late capt. King's R. rifles ; 
adjt. of volunteers 1869-84 ; D.L.^ j.p. 
Sussex : Somerhill Lodge, Hove, Sussex ; 
Naval and Military and St. Stephen's 

Borrer, John Hamlyn, only s. of J. 
H. Borrer, of Sunte, nr. Lindfield, Sussex 
(d. 1851): b. 1849 : m. 1883, Kathleen M. 
eld. dau. of It.-col. Crosbie. of Ballyheigue 
Castle, CO. Kerry : J.P. G-loiicestershire : 
Angeston Grange, nr. Dursley.5 

Borrer, Wm., eld. s. of Wm. Borrer, of 
Cowfold, Sussex, m.a.,b.L., J.P. (d 1898) ; 
h. 1846 ; m. 1883, Frances Elizabeth, eld. 
dau. of late Wm. Piers Thomas ; J.P. 
Sussex : Athenaeum club ; Pakyns Manor, 
Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. 

Borrett, maj.-gen, Herbert Chas., c.B. 
(1902), 3 s. of late Thos. Borrett, of Crans- 
ford, Suffolk; b. 1841; m. 1867, Annie, eld. 
dau. of late maj. John Bennett, 1 
Bombay Fus. ; served in Abyssinian 
campaign, at capture of Magdnla ; 
insp.-gen. for recruiting at headquarters 
1899-1903, maj.-gen. 1898, ret. p. 1903 : 
Lancaster Lodge, Bath rd. Reading ; 
United Service club. 

Borrett, Thos. Percy, 2 s. of Thos. 
Borrett, of Cransford, Suffolk ; b. 1840 ; 
m. 1889, Jane E., 3 dau. of Robert Ry- 
gate, M.D. of Wellington, N. S. Wales ; 
admitted a solicitor 1863 ; J.P. Suffolk : 
6 Whitehall pi. S.W. ; Jun. Carlton 
club ; Cransford Hall, Saxmundham. 

Borron, Chas. Bell Ford, 3 s. of W. 
G. Borron, of Seafield Tower, Ayrshire, 
J.P. ; b. 1840 ; m. Muriel Frances, dau. of 
rev. Jas, Carson, M.A., rect. of Newton- 
in-Makerfield, Lanes ; J.P. (1907) Lan- 
cashire : The Heights, Golborne, New- 

Borro-wes, It.-col. sir Kildare Dixon,l 
bart. (1646), eld. s. of 9 bart. (d. 1898) ; b. 
1852; m. 1886, Julia Aline, youngest dau. 
of late Wm. Holden, of Palace House, 
Lanes. ; maj. 11 huss. 1886-95, It.-col. 
ret. p. 1895, maj. South Irish horse 
1903-8, D.L., J.P. CO. Kildare (sheriff 
1902), late a.d.c. to lord lieut. of Ire- 
land ; heir, bro. Eustace, 6. 1866 : Kildare 
St. club, Dublin ; Barretstown Castle, 
Ballymore Eustace, Naas. 

Borrowes, dow. lady. — Florence E., 



dau. of Wm. Ruxton, of Ardee House, 
Ardee ; m. 1887, as his 2 wife, sir Eras- 
mus Dixon Borrowes, 9 bart. {d. 1898) : 
The Seasons, Ballymore Eustace, co. 

Borthwick, lord (17 baron, 1452, sco. 
rep. peer). Archibald PatrickThos. Borth- 
wick, only s. of 16 baron {d. 1885); b. 1867; 
m. 1901, Susanua Mary, dau. of sir Mark 
McTaggart-Stewart, 1 bart. : 2 Upper 
Grosvenor st, W. ; Carlton and Marl- 
borough clubs ; Ravenstone Castle, 
Whithorn, Wigtownsh. N.B. 

Bortliwick, It.-col. Alex., M.v.o., 4 
class (1903), 4 s. of late John Borthwick, 
of Crookston, Midlothian ; b. 1839 ; m. 
1876, Katherine, 2 dau. of late Thos. 
Thistlethwayte, of Southwick Park, 
Hints, by Elizabeth Catherine his wife, 
2 dau. of late It.-gen. hon. sir Hercules, 
R. PakenbaniK.c.B. ; served in 60 Rifles 
1858-71 andinRif. brig. 1871-84, chief con- 
stable of the Lothians and Peeblesshire 
from 1884 : 35 Palmerston pi. Edin- 
burgh ; Naval and Military, and New 
(Edinburgh) clubs. 

Bortliwick, sir Thos., 1 bart. (1908), 
s. of Thos. Borthwick {d. 1876) ; b. 1835 ; 
m. 1872, Letitia Mary, dau. of Thos. 
Banks, of Liverpool ; j.p. and c.C. co. 
Midlothian (Heir, s. Thos. Banks, b. 
1874) : 49 Russell sq. W.C. ; National 
Liberal and Scottish Liberal clubs ; 
Whitburgh House, Ford, Dalkeith. 

Borthwick, hon. Gabrielle Margaret, 
b. 18G6 ; dau. of 16 baron Borthwick. 

Bortliwick, (rt. hon.) Harriet A. 
lady, dau. of T. Hermitage Day, of 
Rochester; m. 1865, 16 baron Borth- 
wick {d. 1885) : Ravenstone, Whithorn, 
Wigtown, N.B. 

Bortliwick, hon. Isolde France?, dau. 
of 17 baron Borthwick ; b. 1903. 

Borton, col. Chas. Edwd., c.B. (1P02); 
b. 1857 ; served in Afghan war 1879-80, 
Burmese expdn. 1887-9, S. African w^ar 
1899-1902, It.-col. (brevet col. 1904) 
Norfolk regt. 190 1-5, ret. p. 1905, commdg. 
vol. inf. brig, from 190G. 

Berwick, sir Robt. Hudson, eld. 
survg. s. of late Geo. Berwick, of Tor- 
quay, Devon ; b. 1845 ; m. 1872, Caro- 
line, dau. of rev. R. D. Johnston, Kur- 
nool, S. India ; J.P. co. London, knighted 
1902: 16 Berkeley sq. W. ; Carlton 
club; Eden Lacy, Lazonby, Cumber- 

BosanQLuet, vide Smith-Bosanquet. 

s. of Jas. W. Bosanquet, of Claysmore, 
Middlx., D.L., J.p. (d 1877) ; b. 1842; m. 
1874, Eva M., dau. of late sir W. J. Rich- 

mond Cotton, city chamberlain ; O.L., 
J.p. Middlx. (sheriff 1897), maj. (hon. 
lt.-col. 1886) 7 battn. (mil.) Rifle brig. 
1877-95 : Conservative club ; Cowley, 
Uxbridge, Middlx. 

Bosanquet, adml. sir Day Zort, 
G.c.v.o. (1907), K.c.B. (1905), 2 s. of rev. 
Robt. Wm. Bosanquet, of Rock Hall, 
Alnwick, J.p. {d. 1880) ; b. 1843 ; m. 1881, 
Mary, 3 dau. of col. Thos. Brombead 
Butt ; D.L.. J.p. Herefordshire, commdr.- 
in-chief, East Indies 1899-1902, N. 
American and W. Indies 1905-7. and at 
Portsmouth 1907-8, adml. 1905, ret. 1908, 
G.C. of order of the Swords of Sweden 
(1906), and Red Eagle of Prussia 
(1907): United Service club; Brom-y- 
Clos, Hereford. 

Bosanquet, Edmund Fletcher, s. of 
Samuel Richd. Bosanquet, of Dingestow 
Court, Mon. and Forest House, Essex, 
D.L., J.p. (d 1882) by Emily, dau. of late 
Geo. Campion Courthope, of Whiligh, 
Sussex, D.L., J.P. ; b. 1840 ; m. 1876, 
Louisa, dau. of maj. Hy. Christopher 
Marriott, of Avonbank, Worcestershire ; 
mrs. Bosanquet is lady of the manor and 
of the Castle of Goodrich, and patron of 
Long Grove. Herefordshire : The Court, 
Wotton-under-Edge, Glos. 

Bosanquet, Eustace Fulcrand, s. of 
late rev. Claude Bosanquet, of Folke- 
stone ; b. 1871 ; ?ra. 1S94, Harriet M., dau. 
(d. 1901) of late F. W. Moore, of Buenos 
Ayres, S,A.;i3 J.P. Wilts : National club ; 
Woodsgate, Pembury, Tunbridge Wells, 

Bosanquet, sirFredk.Albert, k.c.,m.a. 
Cantab., 4 s. of S. R. Bosanquet, of Din- 
gestow Court, CO. Monmouth, D.L., J.P. 
{d. 1882) ; b. 1837 ; m. 1, 1871, Albinia 
Mary, eld. dau. {d. 1882) of late J. 
Curtis Hay ward, of Quedgeley House, 
CO. Glo'ster ; 2, 1885, Philippa, youngest 
dau. of late Wm. Bence-Jones, of 
Lisselan, co. Cork ; barr. Inner Temple 
1863 ; bencher 1889 ; Q.C. 1882; recorder 
of Worcester 1879-91, of Wolverhampton 
1891-1900, common serjeaiit of city of 
London from 1900 ; J.P. (1882) co. Mon- 
mouth and (1905) Sussex, knighted 
1907 : 12 Grenville place, S.W. ; Guild- 
hall, E.C. ; 3 Paper bldgs. Temple, E.G. ; 
Cobbe Place, Lewes. 

Bosan^iuet, adml. Geo. Stanley, 3 s. 
of Saml. R. Bosanquet, of Dingestow 
Court, CO. Monmouth ; b. 1836 ; m. 1864, 
cousin Cai'oline S., only dau. {d. 1896) of 
rev. Wm. Courthope ; served in Black Sea 
1854, 5 class Medjidie ; at capture of Peiho 
forts 1858-60, and in operations aj^ainst 
Tae-pings 1862, for which he received a 



gold medal from govt, of China ; capt. of 
the " Northumberland" during Egyptian 
war 1882, 3 class Osmanieh, a.d.o. to 
Queen Victoria 1884-7, adml. on ret. list 
1898, a conservator of the Thames from 
1895 : United Service club ; Bitchet 
Wood, Sevenoaks. 

Bosanquet, Percival, 2 s. of A. H. 
Bosanquet, of Osidge, E. Barnet {d. 
1877) ; b. 1831 ; in. Charlotte Louisa, 3 
dau. of R. Bevan, of Brighton; is D.L., J.P. 
Herts (sheriff 1896), j.P. Middlx. : Pon- 
field, Little Ber khampstead, near Hert- 

Bosanquet, Robt. Carr, m.a. Cantab., 
eld. s, of Chas. Bertii PuUeine Bosan- 
(Hiet, of Rock Hall, Northumb., J.P. {d. 
1905) ; h. 1871 ; m. 1902, Ellen Sophia, 
youngest dau. of Thos. Hodgkin, D.C.L., 
or Barmoor Castle. Northumb. : dir. of 
British Sch. of Archaeology at Athens 
1900-6, Prof, of Classical Archaeology in 
Univ. of Liverpool : 9 Prince's Park 
terr. Liverpool ; Rojal Societies club. 

Bosanquet, Samuel Courthope, eld. s. 
of S. R. Bosanquet, of Dingestow Court, 
Mon., D.L., J.P. [d. 1882); b. 1832; 
m. 1862, Mary, 2 dau. of late J. Ark- 
wright, of Hampton Court, Hereford- 
shire : barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1857, d.l., 
J.P. Monmouthshire (sheriff 1898, chm. 
quart, sess.): National club ; Dingestow 
Court, Monmouth. 

Bosanquet, Samuel Ronald Court- 
hope, LL.B, Cantab, eld. s. of Saml. 
Courthope Bosanquet, of Dingestow 
Court, Mon., D.L., j.p. ; 6. 1868 ; barr. 
Inner Temple 1893; 60 Denbigh st. 
S.W. ; 1 King's Bench walk, Temple, 
E.G. ; National club ; Dingestow Court, 

Bosanquet, Theodore, i s. of Augus- 
tus Hy. Bosanquft, of Osidge, East Bar- 
net, Herts {d 1877) ; b. 1833; m. 1867, 
Merelina Lsetitia Mary, dau. of Jas. 
Whatman Bosanquet, of Clavsmore, 
Enfield ; in Bo.C.S. 1854-80, J.P. Devon : 
West Down House, Bradworthy, Hols- 

Bosanquet, Victor Foulcrand, 2 s. of 
Arthur Bosanquet, of Cleddon Hall, co. 
Monmouth, j.p. {d. 1885) ; b. 1863 ; m. 
1890, Amy Caroline, eld. dau. of It.-col. 
Justice, of Castleton, co. Monmouth ; 
chief constable of Monmouthshire from 
1893 : County Constabulary office, 36 
Monk St. Abergavenny ; Red Hill, Pen- 
pergwm, Abergavenny. 

Boscawen, vide G-riffith-Boscawen. 

Boscawen, rev. Arthur Townshend, 
J.P. (1897) Cornwall, rect. from 1893 of 
Ludgvan, Peuzance, Cornwall. 

Boscawen, hon. Evelyn Hugh John, 
eld. s. of 7 vise. Falmouth : b. 1887. 

Boscawen, hon. Geo. Edwd., 2 s. of 7 
vise. Falmouth ; b. 1888 ; 2 It. r.a. from 

Boscawen, hon. John Richard de 
Clare, 3 s. of 6 vise. Falmouth ; b. 1860 ; 
m. 1890. lady Margaret F. L.,dau. of 2 earl 
of Strafford, b. 1860 ; D.L., J.P. Cornwall 
(and c.A.) and Kent, capt. (hon. maj. 
1893) 4 battn. (mil.) Oxfordshire L. I. 
1889-95 : Bachelors' club ; Tregye, Per- 
ranwell S.O. Cornwall. 

Boscawen, hon. Mildmay Thos., 4 s. 
of 7 vise. Falmouthj b. 1892. 

Boscawen, hon. V'ere Douglas, 3 s. of 
7 vise. Falmouth ; b. 1890. 

Boscawen, hon. Kathleen Pamela 
Mary Corona, dau. of 7 vise. Falmouth ; 
6. 1902. 

Boscawen, lady Mary, 3 dau. of 6 
earl Fitzwilliam : b. 1844 ; m. 1872, hon. 
Hugh Le Despencer Boscawen {d. 1908) : 
20 South St. Park lane, W. 

Bosher, Thos., s. of Benjn. Bosher, 
of Middlesbrough, Yorks ; h. 1858 ; m. 
1881, Hannah, dau, of John Turner, 
of Middlesbrough, Yorks; J.P. (1908) 
N. R. Yorks : 98 Normanby rd. South 
Bank S.O. Yorks. 

Bostock, Edwd. Ingram, eld. s. of Lite 
John Stileman Bostock, of Horsham, 
Sussex; b. 1842; m. 1873, Sarah Southey, 
eld. dau. of late dr. Baker, of Cranbrook, 
Kent; J.P. (1904) Sussex : 15 The Cause- 
way, Horsham. 

Bostock, capt. Robt. Ashton, only 
survg. s. of late Jolin Ashton Bostock, 
C.B.. Q.H.S., dep. surg.-gen. Scots gds. ; 
b. 1860 ; in. 1, 1892, Catherine, dau. {d. 
1902) of Geo. Perry, dep. snrg.-gen., late 
Scots gds. ; 2, 1895, Mary C. Haden; j.p, 
(1898) Glamorgan, surg.-capt. Scots 
gds. 1886-97 : 73 Onslow gdns. S.W. ; 
Army and Navy club ; Penmaen R. 8. 0. 

Bostock, Samuel, s. of Samuel Bos- 
tock, ot The Hermitage. Walton Heath, 
Surrey ; b. 1868 ; m. 1893, Kate, dau. of 
late Pir Chas. E. Pollock, knt., baron of 
the Exchequer, of Putney, Surrey ; lord 
of the manor of Lainston and Sparsholt, 
J.P. (1906) Hants : United University and 
Sports clubs ; Lainston House, nr. Win- 

Boston, lord (6 baron 1761, Gt. B.). 
George Florance Irby, eld. s. of 5 baron 
{d. 1877); b. 1860; m. 1890, Cecilia C, 
dau. of late hon, Augustus A, F. Irby, of 
Hillingdon Grove, Uxbridge ; d.l. Angle- 
sey, a lord-in-waiting to Queen Victoria 
1885-6 {Heir, hro. hon. Cecil S.Irby, q.v.); 



Carlton club; Hedsor Wharf, Bourne 
End, Backs; Lligwy, Moelfre, Anglesey. 

Boston, Fras., s. of Fras. Boston, of 
Sandbach, Cheshire ; b. 1857 ; m. 1894, 
Laura Annie, dau. of Jas. Barnes, J. P., 
of Tiverton, Devon; J. P. (1907) Ches- 
hire : Halton G-range, Euncorn. 

Boston, Joseph, eld. s. of Thos. Bos- 
ton, of Yardley, Worcs ; b. 1843 ; m. 
1868, Fanny C. dau. of Wm. Hipkiss, of 
Acock's G-reen, Worcs ; ,T.P. Worcester- 
shire : Hamstead Hall, Birmingham. 

Boston (rt. hon.), dow.-lady. Caroline 
Amelia, eld. dau. of 3 baron deSaumarez ; 
b. 1839 ; m. 1861, as his second wife. 
4 baron Boston (d. 1869) : Villa St.' 
Raphael, Tankerton, Whitstable. 

Bosvile, Thos. Bolle, s. of Thos. Bos- 
vile Bosvile, of Ravenfield Park, York, 
D.L. {d. 1877) ; b. 1859 ; m. 1, 1882, Eliza- 
beth M., only dau. of late It.-gen. 
Fredc. A. Wil'lis, c.B. ; 2, 1891. Blanche 
H., only dau. of Jas. Bevan Bowen, of 
Llwyngwair, Pembrokeshire ; patron of 
1 living, J. p. W. 11. Yorks : Jun. Carlton 
and Yorkshire (York) clubs : Ravenfield 
Park, nr. Rotherham. 

only child of G. W. B. Bosville, of Thorpe 
and Gunthwaite, Yorks {d. 1865), by 
hon. Harriet {d. 1903), sis. of 8 baron 
Middleton ; b. 1865 ; m. 1886, Alice 
B., 3 dau. of late John Middleton ; 
D.L., J.P. E. R. Yorks, sheriff of York- 
shire 1901 : Boodle's and Automobile 
clubs ; Thorpe Hall, Bridlington. 

Bos'wall, vide Houstoun-Boswall. 

Boswell, vide Houstoun - Boswall- 

Bos'well, John Douglas, B.A.Oxon. and 
B.L.andLL.B. Gl is.,only survg. s. of P. C. 
Douglas Boswell, of Garrallan, co. Ayr 
{d. 1892) ; b. 1867 ; served in S. African 
war 1900-1 with Impl. yeom., hon. capt. 
in the army 1902, maj. Ayrshire yeo. 
from 1902, J.P. Ayrshire : Garrallan, 
Cumnock, co. Ayr. 

BosvT-ell. John Irvine, m.d Lond., p. 
of John Alex. Corrie Boswell, I.C.S. ; b. 
1858 ; m. 1884, Ellen E., dau. of Edgar 
Home, of The Hill, Witley, Surrey ; is 
J.P. Kent and Bucks : 17 Buckingham 
gate, S.W.; Reform club; Crawley 
Grange, Newport Pagnell, Bucks. 

Botfleld, vide Garnett-Botfield. 

Botha, gen. the rt. hon. Louis, r.c. 
(I907),LL.D.(hon.)Edin., s. of — Botha,of 
Greytown, Natal; b. 1863: sue. gen. 
Joabert as c >mmdr.-in-chief of the Boer 
forces, which he commd. at battle of 
Colenso and during the rest of the war 

(1900-2), prime min. of the Transvaal 
from 1907 : Pretoria. 

Bothamley, ven. Hilton, M.A. Can- 
tab., s. of late Thos. Hilton Bothamley, 
of Champion Hill, S.E. : b. 1837; m. 
1867, Mary, dau. {d. 1895) of late rev. C. 
W. Lawrence, inc. of St. Luke's, Liver- 
pool ; vicar of St. Stephen Lansdown, 
Bath, from 1881, preb. of Combe 12th 
in Wells Cath. from 1892, archdn. of 
Bath from 1895 : Richmond Lodge, 

Bott. Wm. Gibson, l.r.c.p. Edin., 
M.u.c.s. Eng., s. of Joseph Gibson Bott, 
of Gt. Harr, Staffs; b. 1844; J.P. (1894) 
CO. London : 37 Kennington Park rd. 
S.E ; National Liberal club. 

Botterell, John Jas. Dumville, b. 
1847 ; VI. 1870, Louisa Amelia, 2 dau. of 
W. Webb, of Clifton, Glos ; J. p. (1907) 
Essex : 24 Palace court, W. ; Jun. 
Athenseum club ; Colne Park, Earls 
Colne, Essex. 

Botterill, Arthur, p. of Rich. Bot- 
terill, of Garton, Yorks; b. 1836; ?«. 
1895, Catherine, dau. of John Woffindin, 
of Norton, Yorks ; J.P. (1904) E.R. 
Yo ks : Garton-on-the-Wulds, Driffield. 

Bottomley, It.-col. Herbert, c.m.g. 
(1900),s. of Geo. Bottomley. of Kimberley, 
S. Africa, and Huddersfield : b. 1866 ; m. 
1902, Helena E., dau. of late capt. Barnes, 
R.N., and widow of — Graham ; served 
in S. African war 1899-1901 Avith Imp]. 
Light Horse : Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Bottomley, Horatio, lord of the 
manor of Micklehara Park, founder and 
propr. of "John Bull," M.P. (r. L.) S. 
Hackney from 1906 : 56a Pall Mall, 
S.W. ; The Dicker, Hellingly S.O. Sussex. 

Bottomley. Jas., s. of Jas. Bottom- 
ley, J. p., of Hill Top, Stayley, Cheshire ; 
b. 1852 ; m. 1879, dau. of John H>de, 
J.P., of Stalybridge, Cheshire ; J.P.(1907) 
Cheshire and Staljbridge : The Glent, 

Boucaut, hon. sir Jas. Penn, K. c.m.g. 
(1898), s. of late capt. Ray Boucaut, 
H.E.I. C.S., of Sarnia, S. Australia ; 
b. 1831; m. 1864, Janet, dau. of Alex. 
McCulloch, of Yongala, IPrincess Royal, 
Glenelg ; barr. S. Australia 1855, A.u. 
1865-6-7, 1872, premier 1875-6, and 1878, 
twice administr. of the govt., several 
times dep.-gov., judge of supreme court 
1878 - 1905 : Liverpool terr. Glenelg, 
Adelaide, S. Australia. 

Boucher, Arthur Sackville, 3 s. of 
late rev. A. F. Boucher, of Kempsey 
House, Worcestershire ; b. 1857 ; m. 1895, 
Violet, dau. of Jas. Manisty, J. P., of 
Natal; J.P. (1903) and c.a. Staffs : Jun. 



Carlton club ; Sharpcliffe Hall, Ip- 
stones, Staffs; Kempsey House, Wor- 

Bougliey, rev. sir Geo.,5 bart. (1798), 
M.A. Ch. Cii. Oxon., 2 s. of 3 bart. [d. 
1880) and bro. of 4 bart. {d. 1906) ; b. 

1837 ; m. 1875, Theodosia Mary, eld. dau. 
of rev. Chas. Smith Royds, of Haughton, 
Staffs ; rect. of Forton, Staffs, 1863-1908 
{Ilelr, hro. Wm. F., commdr. (ret.) R.N.) : 
Aqnalate, Newport, Salop. 

Boughey, col. Geo. Fletcher Ottley, 
R.E., (1896), eld. s. of It.-col. Geo. 
Fenton Fletcher Boughey {d. 18.55) ; b. 
1814 ; m. 1872, Harriet R. A., dau. of 
It.-col. Wm. Stuart Menteth ; served in 
Bhootan expdn. 1865-6, Afghan war 
1878-80, late R.B., ret. on Indian pens. 
1897 : eOOourtfield gdns. S.W. 

Boughey, maj.-gen. John, 2 s. of 
It.-col. Geo. Fenton Fletcher Boughey 
{d. 1855) ; b. 1845 ; m. 1875, Constance 
S., dau. of John Penny; commdg. 62 
regtl. dist. (Wilts regt.) 1896-8, maj.- 
gen. 1898, ret. p. 1902 : Jun. United Ser- 
vice club ; Beechcroft House, Brancaster, 

Bougliey, Sarah Annabella, lady. — 
only dau. of H. Littledale, Liscard Hall, 
Cheshire ; w. 1864, sir Thos. Fletcher 
Boughey, 4 bart. \d. 1906) : Sundorne 
Castle, Shrewsbury. 

Bougrhton, vide Rouse-Bou^hton. 

Boughton, vide Rouse - Boughton- 

Boalnois, Edmd. M.A. Cantab., 5 s. of 
late Wm. Boulnois, of Baker st. W. ; b. 

1838 ; m. 1862, Catherine, eld. (^au. of 
late T. J. Bennett, of Marlow, Bucks ; 
D.L., J. P. Middlx., J. p. CO. London and 
Bucks, M.P.(c.) B. Marylebone 1889-1906: 
7 King st Portman sq. W. ; Carlton 
club ; Scotlands, Farnbam Common, 

Boult, Cedric Randal, 5 s. of Fras. 
Boulc, of Birkenhead, Cheshire ; b. 1854 ; 
TO. 1881, Katharine F., dau. of H. D. 
Barman, of Blackheath, Kent ; j.p. 
(1898) Lancashire : 13 St. Thomas' man- 
8ions,Westminster Bridge, S.E.; National 
Liberal club ; The Abbey Manor, West 
Kirby, Cheshire. 

Boulter, Stanley Carr, only survg. s. 
of late John Boulter, of Frimley, Surrey; 
b. 1852 ; in. 1, 1875, Edith, dau. of James 
Anderson ; 2, Helen, widow of Richard 
D'Oyly Carte ; barr. Inner Temple 1879, 
formerly editor of the " Times " law 
reports, chm. of the Law Debenture Cor- 
poration Ltd. etc., J.P. (1904) Surrey : 
3 Essex court, Temple, E.C. ; Garston 
Park, Godstone S.O. Surrey. 

Boulton, Alex. Claude Forster, b.o.l. 
s. of Jas. Forster Boulton ; m. 189 1 
Florence, dau. of Henry Haines, of Hor- 
sham, Sussex; Canadian barr. 1886, barr. 
Inner Temple 1892, prosecuting counsel 
to the Post Office at the Central Criminal 
Court from 1906, J.P. (1908) Surrey, M. p. 
(L.) N. Huntingdonshire from 1906 : 28 
Ranelagh avenue, Barnes, S.W. ; 5 
King's Bench walk, Temple, E.C. ; 
Eighty club ; Hemingford Grey, St. 
Ives, Hunts. 

Boulton, Chas. Albert, J.P. (1902) co. 
London : 806 Holloway rd. N. 

Boulton, Harold Edwin, M.v.o. 4 
class (1901), M.A. Oxon., eld. s. of sir 
Samuel Bagster Boulton, 1 bart. of 
Copped Hall, Herts, d.l., j.p. ; b. 1859 ; 
m. 1889, Adelaide Lucy, 2 dau. of 
Duncan Davidson, of Tulloch, Ross- 
shire ; J.P. West Ham, knt. of grace of 
order of St. John of Jerusalem, hon. 
treas. Queen Yictoria's Jubilee Institute 
for Nurses, pres. of Federation of 
Working Men's Social Clubs, late capt. 
3 battn. Cameron highrs. : 167 Victoria 
st. S.W. ; Athenaeum, Oxford and Cam- 
bridge, City University and Bath clubs. 

Botdton, Matthew Ernest, eld. s. of 
M. P. W. Boulton, of Tew Park and 
Haseley Court, Oxon {d. 1894) ; b. 1870 : 
Tew Park, Enstone, Oxon. 

Boulton, sir Samuel Bagster, 1 bart. 
(1905), ASSOC inst. C.E., f.r.g.s., s. 
of rev. Thos. Boulton; b. 1830; m. 
1856, Sophia L.,dau. (d. 1900) of Thos. 
Cooper; D.L., J.P. Herts, J.p. Middlx. 
and West Ham ; lord of the manor 
of Totteridge ; v.p. of London cham- 
ber of commerce 1893-8, pres. of West 
Ham chamber of commerce 1893-1902, 
chm. of London Conciliation Board, knt. 
of grace, order of St. John of Jerusalem 
(Heir, s. Harold E., q.v.) : 189 St. James' 
court, Buckingham gate, S.W. ; 64 
Cannon st. E.C. ; Bath, Royal Societies 
and Constitutional cluba ; Copped Hall, 
Totteridge, Herts. 

Boulton, Wm. J.P. (1902) Staffs: 
Dimsdale House, Wolstanton, Stoke-on- 

Boundy, John Edwin, only s. of Aaron 
Boundy of Heathfield, Glamorgan ; b. 
1845 ; m. 1881, Sarah, dau. of Chas. 
Toomer, of Glastonbury, Somerset ; J.P. 
(1894) Glamorgan. 

Bourchier, Henry Jas., eld. s. of J. 
Bourchier, of Baggotstown, co. Limerick, 
J.P. {d. 1885) ; b. 1842 ; m. 1867, Nina D. 
dau. of rev. J. Leech, d.d., of Mitchels- 
town, CO. Cork : Baggotstown, Bruff, co. 
Limerick ; co. Tipperary club, Clonmel. 


Bourdillon, sir Jas, Austin, K.O.s.i. 
(1904), v,u., s. of late J. D. Bourdillon, 
n.B.l.C.s. (Madras); b. 1848; m. 1887, 
Mary Wake, 3 dau. of J. M. Lowis, of 
Amery House, Alton, Hants, J. p., late 
l.c.s. (Bengal); entd.I.C.S. (Bengal) 1870, 
memb. Bengal legisl. council 1893, 1895, 
1900 and 1901, finl. sec. to ^ovt. 1893-4, 
commr. Bard wan, 1895 and Patna, 1896 ; 
chief sec. to govt. 1900, memb. bd. of rev. 
1902, acting It.-gov. of Bengal 1903, 
residt. in M3'^sore, and chief commr. of 
Coorg 1904-5, It.-col. commdg. Calcutta 
Light Horse : E. I. United Service club ; 
Westlands, Liphook S.O. Hants. 

Bourinot, lady.— Isabelle,dau.of John 
Cameron, of Toronto, Canada ; m. 1889, as 
his 2 wife, sir JohnGeo.Bourinot,K.c.M,a., 
LL.D., D.C.L., LIT.D., clerk of the House 
of Commons of Dominion of Canada 
1880-1902 {d. 1902) : Ottawa, Ontario ; 
Kingsmei-e, Quebec, Canada. 

Bourke, hon. Algernon Henry, 3 s. of 6 
earl of Mayo ; b. 1854 ; to. 1887, Gwen- 
dolen I. E., dau. of Hans Sloane-Stanley, 
of Paultons, Southampton (Heir pres. 
to earldom) : 75 Gloucester pi. W. ; 
Hitcham Yale, Taplow. 

Bourke, ven. Cecil Fredk. Jos., m.a.. 
Oxon., eld. s. of rev. Sackville G. 
Bourke, rect. of Hatherop, Glos.{d. 1860); 
b. 1841 ; rect. and hon. canon of Truro 
1889-95,archd.of Buckingham from 1895 : 
Hill House, Taplow, Maidenhead. 

Bourke, rear-adml. Edmund Geo., 
P.R.G.8., P.R.M.s., only s. of late Thos. 
Bourke, of Holywell House, Hants ; b. 
1843 ; sen. It. of " Druid," W. Coast of 
Africa 1872-4, commd. boats at destruc- 
tion of hostile portion of town of Elmina 
1873, 2nd in commd. at the 1st and 
decisive action with Ashantees ; civil 
commdt. at Accra 1873-74, capt. R.N. 
1883-93, ret. 1893, rear-adml. on ret. 
list 1898 : Woodlands Eidge, Wood- 
lands, Netley Marsh, Southampton. 

Bourke, surg.-gen. Geo. Deane, C.B. 

(1907), L.R.C.P.I., L.R.O.S.I.. S. of It.-col. 

Thos. Joseph Deane Bourke {d. 1875) ; 
b. 1852 ; TO. 1883, Mary Morrow, dau. of 
late John Stairs, of Fairfield, Halifax, 
N.S. ; Nile expdn. 1884-5, Soudan expdn. 
1885-6, Burmese expdn. 1887-9, China- 
Lushai expdn. 1889-90, Tirah expdy. 
force 1897-8, principal med. off., Iri-ih 
commd. from 1908, surg.-gen. 1908, 
A.M.C. : 26 Elgin rd. Dublin; Jan. 
United Service club. 

Bourke, hon. Henry Lorton, s. of 5 
earl of Mayo ; b. 1840 ; m. 1876, Constance 
Una E., dau. of late Gustavus W. 
Lambart, of Beau Pare, Meath, by dau, 


of 2 mirq. of Conyngham ; D.L, Middx- 
J. P. Surrey, head partner in Bourke 
Cuthbertson and Co., stockbrokers : 37 
Hill St. Berkeley sq. W. ; office, 2 
Toreadneedle st. E.G.; Carlton,Marlboro' 
and Boodle's clubs : Wootton Hall, A-sh- 
bourne ; Hayes, Beau Pare, Ireland. 

Bourke, Isidore McWm. M.A., m.d. 
(Dub.), 3 s. of Isidore Bourke, of Cur- 
raghleagh, co. Mayo {d. 1866) ; b. 1842 ; 
TO. 1, eld. dau. (t^. 1877) of H. Holland, 
of Hanover House, Middlx. : 2, 18 — , 
Marianna, dau. of G. Carozzi : late 
surg.-maj. ; lord of manors of Rahas- 
sane and Carraghleagh : Jun. Army and 
Navy club ; Rahassane Park, Craugli- 
well, Galway. 

Bourke, John Ulick, b.a. Cantab., 
eld. s. of Richd. Bourke, of Thorn- 
fields, CO. Limerick, u.L., J. P. (d. 1904) ; 
b. 1845 ; TO. 1876, Elizabeth A., dau. of 
col. J. Vandeleur, late 10 huss., of Bal- 
linacourty, co. Limerick, resdt. magist. 
CO. Waterford : Thornfields, Lisnagry, 
CO. Limerick. 

Bourke, hon. Terence Theobald, 4 s- 
of 6 earl of Mayo; b. 1865; to. 1896, 
Eveline C, dau. of late col. Thos. Wm. 
Haines, of Hasketon Manor, Suffolk, late 
commdg. 4 battn. (mil. ) Norfolk regt. ; 
consular agent at Bizerta, Tunis 1891-8, 
vice-consul there from 1898. 

Bourke, Walter Longley, m.inst. 
C.E., s. of rev, the hon. Geo. W. 
Bourke, rect. of Pulborough, Sussex 
{d. 1903); b. 1859; to. 1887, Ethel 
Kathleen Jane, dau. of late capt. 
John Freeman, of Rockfield, Hereford- 
shire ; is j.p. (1897) Lancashire, trustee 
and supdt. Bridgewater Estates 1891- 
1903, maj. Duke of Lancaster's Own I. Y. 
1901-3: Carlton club; Money Crowe-, 

Bourke, lady Albreda M., dau. of 6 
earl Fitzwilliam ; b. 1855 ; to. 1895, hon. 
Chas. Fowler Bourke, C.B. (d. 1899), s. of 
5 earl of Mayo : Roseboro', Naas, co. 

Bourke, lady Florence ; dau. of 6 earl 
of Mayo ; b. 1861 : Rushmore, North 
Crawley, Sussex. 

Bourne, archbp. (r.c), vide West- 

Bourne, Alfred Gibbs, c.r.E. (1908), 
D.Sc.Lond., p.r.s., p.L.S., eld. s. of Alfred 
Bourne, sec. to Brit, and Foreign Sch. 
Soc. ; b. 1859 ; m. 1888, Emily Tree 
Glashier; regisr. Madras univ. 1891-9, 
memb. Indian Universities commn. 
1902, warden Victoria Hostel, Madras, 
1900-2, prof, of biology, Pregideucy 



coll. Madras, and memb. of council of 
gov. from 1903 : Madras ; Savile club. 

Bourne, Chas., J. p. (1908) Somerset : 
Eiclimond House, Beckington, Batb. 

Bourne, Fredk. Samuel Augustus, 
s. of late rev. S. W. Bourne, of Winfar- 
thing, Norfolk ; h. 1854 ; m. 1889, Isabel 
A., dan. of rev. Jobn Chalmers, LL.D. ; 
barr. Lincoln's Inn 1890, asst. judge of 
supreme court for China and Japan 
1898-1901, for China and Corea from 
1901. also judge of high court of Wei- 
hai-Wei from 1901: : Shanghai. 

Bourne, col. G-ilbert Chas., m.a., 
Oxon.,eld. s. of It.-col. Robt. Bourne, of 
Cowarne Court, Herefordshire, D.L. ; b. 
1861 ; m. 1887, Constance M. G., eld. dau. 
of sir John F. Croft, 2 bart. ; Linacre 
prof, of comp. anat. and fellow of Merton 
Coll. Oxford, D.L., J. P. (1903) Here- 
fordshire, It.-col. commdg. 1 (Oxf. 
Univ.) vol.battn.Oxfordshire L.I. 1898-9, 
It.-col. and hon. col. 4 battn. (mil.) 
Shropshire L, I. 1903-(5 : Savile club ; 
Savile House, Mansfield rd. Oxford. 

Bourne, Henry, s. of Henry T. Bourne, 
of Alford, Lines ; b. 1852 ; m. 1880, 2 
dau. of Wm. Oster, of Hull, Yorks ; J. P. 
(1894) parts of Lindsay, Lines : West- 
gate, Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex. 

Bourne, Hugh Clarence, c.m.g.(1906), 
M.A. Oxon., 2 s.- of late Alfred Bourne, of 
Forest Hill, Kent ; h. 1858 ; m. 1893, 
Katherine Hyde, dau. of late Hy. Hyde 
Salter, M.D., p.r.s. ; barr. Inner Temple 
1884, coL sec. of Jamaica from 1901 : 
The Priory, North Kingston, Jamaica. 

Bourne, Jas. Samuel, eld. s. of late J. 
Gr. Bourne, of Dudley House, Worcs, 
D.L. ; b. 1824 ; m. 1852, Ellen G., 8 dau. 
{d. 1906) of late Thos. Yates, Welshpool : 
Astley Court, nr. Coventry. 

Bourne, John, eld. s. of Jn. Bourne, 
of Hilderstone Hall, Staffs., d.l., j.p. 
{d. 1898); b. 1850; m. 1881, Helen 
M., dau. of late C. W. Faber, d.l., j.p. ; 
is J.P. Staffordshire : Hilderstone Hall, 
Stone, Staffs. 

Bourne, John Kemp, eld. s, of Wm. 
Bourae, of Oakfield, Athers^.one, co. 
Warwick ; b. 1844 ; m. 1867, Anue, dau. 
of Joseph Watson, of Whitehaven, Cum- 
berland ; J.p. (1897) and u.A. (from 1890) 
Warwickshire : The G-rove, Athersrone. 

Bourne, It.-col. Robert, eld. s. of rev. 
Robert Burr Bourne, late of Donhead St. 
Andrew, AVilts ; m. Anna, youngest dau. 
of late Saml. Baker,of Lypiatt Park,Glou- 
cestershire ; late capt. 54 foot, maj. (hon. 
lt.-col.) 2 Worcestershire vol. 1873-82 ;, J.P, Worcestershire, J.P. Here- 

fordshire (sheriff 1890) : Cowarne Court, 

Bourne, Samuel, 3 s. of Thos. Bourne, 
of Mucclestone, Staffs ; h. 1834 ; m. 1867, 
Mary, dau. of A. Tolley, of Nottingham ; 
J.P. (1894) Nottinghamshire and Not- 
tingham : Brightlands, Clumber rd. east, 
The Park, Nottingham. 

Bourne-May, Jas. Wm. Seaburne, 
eld. s. of J. W. Seaburne May, late of 
Princes Park, Liverpool ; b. 1812 ; 
m. 1883, Harriet Anne Dyson, only dau. 
of sir Jas. Bourne, 1 bart. of Hackinsall 
Hall, Lanes, m.p. {d. 1882) and sis. 
of sir Jas. Dyson Bourne, 2 and last 
bart. {d. 1883) ; assumed by royal licence 
in 1897 addtl. name of Bourne ; Hackin- 
sall Hall, Fleetwood, Lanes ; Shrubs 
Hill House, Sunningdale, Berks. 

Bousfleld, lt.-col. Hy. Richings,C.M.G. 
(1902), eld. s. of bp. (Bousfield) of Pre- 
toria {d. 1902) ; h. 1863 ; m. 1890, Coral, 
2 dau. of late rt. hon. H. Escombe, P.O., 
Q.C., LL.D., prime min. of Natal ; 
attached to H.M Ordnance dept., Trans- 
vaal 1879-80, entd. Transvaal C. S. 1880, 
emplyd. on staff duties during siege of 
Pretoria, Boer war 1881, entd. Natal C. S. 
1881, ret. 1890, barr. Inner Temple 
1892, advocate Natal and Cape of Good 
Hope bar, comnr. in Natal of Transvaal 
supreme court, lt.-col. Natal mil. staff, 
late Natal R. Rif. and Durban L. I., 
staff officer at Durban, S. African war 
1899-1902, Natal native rebellion 1906 : 
St. Andrews st. Durban, Natal. 

Bousfield, sir Wm., M.A.Oxon. ll.d. 
(hon.) Leeds univ., s. of W. Bousfield, 
of Streatham, Surrey (d. 1851) ; b. 
1842 ; m. 1870, Blanche Isabel, eld. 
dau. of lt.-col. A. W. Onslow, of 
Cranley Lodge, Cheltenham ; barr. 
Middle Temple, 1868 ; j.p. Middlx. and 
CO. London ; memb. of London School 
board 1882-8, is chm. Girls' Public 
Day School Trust, and of the Represen- 
tative managers of London Board 
Schools, knighted 1905 : 20 Hyde Park 
gate, S.W. ; Athenaeum, Mbemarle and 
Burlington Fine Arts clubs; Fairfield 
House, Great Bookham, Surrey. 

Bousfield, Wm. Robt., k.c, m.a. 
Cantab, Assoc, inst. C.E., eld. s. of Edwd. 
Tenney Bousfield, of Bedford ; b. 1854; 
m. 1879, Florence, dau. of Geo. Kelly, of 
Shanklin, I. of W. ; barr. Inner Temple 
1880, Q.C. 1891, bencher 1897, J.P. (1901) 
Middlx., M.P. (c.) N. Hackney 1892-1906 : 
St. Swithins, Hendon, Middlx. ; 2 Crown 
Office row, Temole, E.C. ; Carlton club. 

Boustead, Warwick Pearson, M.A. 
Cantab, only s. of late J. Boustead, of 


Settlebeck ; h. 1833 : j.p. W. R. Yorks : 
Settlebeck, Sedbergh, Yorks. 

Boutcher, Wm. Emanuel, eld. s. 
of Emanuel Boutcher, of Grateley 
House, Hants, j.p. ; 6. 1860 ; m. 1907, 
Mabel, younger dau. of Alfred Aspinall, 
of Waterloo, Holsworthy, N. Devon : 
New Oxford and Cambridge club ; 
Grateley House, Grateley, Hants. 

Boutflower, rt. rev. bp. „Cecil Hy., 
D.D. (honoris causa). M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxon., 
s. of late ven. S. P. Boutflower, formerly 
archdn. of Carlisle ; h. 1863 ; exam, 
chapln. to bp. of Carlisle, archdn. of 
Furness and vicar of St. George, 
Barrow-in-Furness, 1901-5; bp. suffragan 
of Dorking (for Winchester) 190o-8, 
asst. to bp. Awdry in South Tokyo from 
1909 : Shiba, Tokyo, Japan. 

Bouth, rev. Reginald Hampson 
Myddleton, M.A.oxon., s, of Fredk. Wm. 
Delamere Bouth, j.p. [d. 1900) ; h. 1867; 
m. Ida M. A., dau. of G. W. Keeling, 
C.E., J.P. of Cheltenham ; rect. (from 
1893), patron of the living and lord of 
the manor of Elkstone, Glos. : Elkstone 
Rectory, Cheltenham. 

BoTiverie, vide Pleydell-Bouverie. 

Bouverie - Campiaell - Wyndhani, 
Richd. Arthur Pleydell-, eld. and only s. of 
It.-col. P. A. Pleydell-Bouvei-ie-Oamp- 
bell- Wyndhani, of Corhampton, Hants, 
D.L., J.p. (d. 1900), by Caroline Mary, 
only child {d. 1908) of late Richd. Het- 
ley, of The Close, Salisbury; b. 1862; 
m. 1891, Isabel M., dau. of Laurence 
Cunaberbatch, and widow of Artlnir S. 
Williams ; j.p. Hants and Argyllshire : 
Corhampton House, Bishop's Walthara 
S.O. Hants; Glengarr, Dunoon, Argyll. 

Bouverie-Pusey, Sidney Edwd. s. of 
P. Pusey of Pusey, m.p. {d. 1865), by dau. 
of 2 earl of Carnarvon ;6. 1839; m. 1,1871. 
Wilhelmina M., dau. {d. 1885) of lord 
Wm. Hervey, c.B. ; 2, 1890, Helen H., 
dau. of late Patrick Grant, and widow of 
rt. hon. W. N. Massey, m.p. : 40 South 
Audley st. W. ; Athenaeum club ; Pusey 
House, Faringdon, Berks. 

Bovell (hon.) sir Hy. Alleyne, ll.d. 
Lond. Univ.. 5 s. of rev.Wm. Hy. Brinsden 
Bovell, of Barbados ; b. 1851 ; m. 1882, 
Annie C, youngest dau. of hon. A. 
Briggs, pres. legisl. council, Barbados ; 
barr.Lincoln's Inn 1876, Q.c. of B. Guiana 
1887, A.G. 1896-1902, c.J. of B.Guiana 
from 1902, knighted 1902: Surrey House, 
Georgetown, B. Guiana; Royal Societies 

Bovey, Hy. Taylor, d.C.l. Lennox- 
ville, LL.D. McGill, F.R.S., hon. fell. 
Queen's coll. Camb., s. of Edwd. Bovey, 


of Torquay, Devon ; 6. 1852 ; m. 1880, 
Emily Jane Bonar, dau. of John Red- 
jjath, of Montreal, Canada ; dean of the 
faculty of applied science, McGill univ. 
Montreal, 1888-1907, rector of Imperial 
College of Science and Technology from 
1908 : Imperial College of Science and 
Technology, South Kensington, S.W. ; 
16 Hans rd. Kensington, S.W. ; Sunan- 
dene, Montreal, Canada. 

BoviU, Chas. A.,s. of B. S. Bovill ; b. 
1853 ; m. 1886, hon. Penelope Magdalen, 
3 dau. of 1 baron Basing : Boodle's club ; 
Smeeth Paddocks, Ashford, Kent. 

Bovill, Geo. Baxendale, j.p. (1904) 
Denbighshire and (1905) Carnarvonshire: 
Rhyd-y-Crena, Bettws-y-coed, Carnar- 

Bovill, lady. — Anna, younger dau. of 
rev. J. Tahourdin White, D.D., rector of 
St. Martin's, Ludgate, E.C. ;' m. 1876, 
sir Elliot Chas. Bovill. c.J. of Straits 
Settlements, 1892-3 {d. 1893). 

Bo-water, aldm. sir T. Vansittart. s. of 
late Wm. Vansittart Bowater, of Bury 
Ball, Lower Edmonton {d. 1907) ; b. 1862 ; 
m. 1887, Emily Margaret, dau. of J. Spen- 
cer ; one of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the 
City of London (sheriff 1905-6). aldm. for 
ward of Castle Baynardfrom 1907, grand 
commdr. Roy. order Redeemer of Greece, 
order of St. Olaf of Norway, palm of the 
Academic Frangaise, P.M-. Willing Lodge 
2893, past grand overseer mark degree, 
knighted 1906: Hill Crest, Browulow 
rd. Croydon ; 159 Queen Victoria st, 
E.C. ; Constitutional club ; Fritton 
Lodge, Hastings. 

Bo-wden, vide Cornish-Bowden. 

Bo-wden-Smith, Henry, s. of late 
Nathaniel Bowden-Smith, of Brocken- 
hursr, j.p. ; b. 1834 ; J.P. Hants : Black 
Knoll, Brockenhurst S.O. Hants. 

Bowden-Sinith,adml. sir Nathl.,K.c.B. 
(1897), F.R.G.s,, 8. of Nathaniel Bowden- 
Smith, of Brockenhurst, Hants ; b. 1838 ; 
in. 1873, Emily Cecilia, dan. of Geo. G. 
Sandemau, of Westfield, Hay ling ; served 
in Burmese war, 1852-3, Baltic, 1854-5, 
China war, 1858-9, at attack on Taku 
forts ; one of the British delegates at 
maritime conference at Washington, 
commdr.-in-chief on Australian station 
1892-4, at the Nore 1890-1900, adml. 
1899, ret. list 1903 : 16 Queen's Gate 
terr. S.W. ; United Service and Welling- 
ton clubs. 

Bowdler, col. Cyril Wm. Bowdler, 
o.B. (1902); h. 1839; ret. p. 1891,knt.of 
j ustice, order of St. John of Jerusalem : 
Army and Navy club. 

Bowdon, vide Butler-Bowdon. 



Bowell, hon. sir Mackenzie, K.C.M.G. 
(1895), F.R.O.I., s. of late John Bowell ; 
h. 1823; m. 1847, Harriett L., dan. {d. 
1884) of late J. G. Moore, of Belleville, 
Ont. Canada ; P.O. Canada 1878, min.of 
customs 1878-92, min. of mil. and defence 
1892, of trade and commerce 1892-4, prim, 
min. 1894-6 : Belleville, Ontario, Canada. 

Bowen, vide Lewis-Bowen. 

Bowen, Albert Edwd.. eld. s. of Edwd. 
Bowen, of Hanley, Staffs ; h 1858 ; m. 
1884, Alice, dau. of F. Crowther, of 
Buenos Ayres ; lord of the manor of 
Col worth : 5 Qu?en's gate pi. S. W. ; Jun. 
Carlton and R.T.Y. clubs; Colworth, 
Sharnbrook, Beds. 

Bowen, rev. Arthur Jas. b.a. Cantab., 
eld. s. of Jas. Bowen, of Troedyraur, D.L., 
J.P. {d. 1872) ; h. 1839 ; m. 1862, Ger- 
trude 0., dau. of ^•Enoas Cannon, M.D., of 
Cheltenham ; T.P. Pembrokeshire, rect. 
of Kington Magna, Dorset 1896-1908 : 
Ben-y-Bryn, Newport, Pembrokeshire. 

Bowen, rev. Chas. Jas., m.a. Cantab, 
J.P. parts of Lindsey, Lines., r.d. of Ax- 
holme from 1902, rect. from 1881 of 
Wroot, Doncaster : Tyddyn, nr. Llanid- 
loes, Montgomeryshire. 

Bowen, Edwd. Ferguson, eld. s, of 
Jolm Gordon Bowen, of Burt House, co. 
Donegal {d. 1891); h. 1860; m. 1887, 
Louisa Frances M., eld. dau. of late 
Richd. J. Grace, R.M. ; u.L., J.P. co. 
Roscommon (sheriff 1901), J.P. cos. 
Donegal and Wexford : Burt House, 
Londonderry ; Mantua House, Castle- 
roan, CO. Roscommon. 

Bowen, Eynon Geo. Rice, eld. s. of 
rev. j^ rihur Jas. Bowen, of Troedyraur, 
CO. Cardigan, J.P. ; b. 1864 ; m. 1890, 
Georgina C., dau. of late Geo. Wills, of 
Clifton ; J.P, Cardiganshire. 

Bowen, Geo. Bevan, only survg. s. of 
J. Bevan Bowen, of Llwyngwair, co. 
Pembroke, M.P., B.L., J.P. {d. 1905) ; h. 
1858 ; m. 1882, Florence E., only survg. 
dau. of late dep.-surg.-gen. Fredk. 
Corby n, H. M.'s Indian service ; J.P. 
Pembrokeshire and Cardiganshire ; It, 
Pembroke yeora. 1880-5 : Llwyngwair, 
Newport, Pembrokeshire. 

Bowen, Geo. Eynon, j.p, (1908) Car- 
marthenshire : Rumsey House, Kid- 
welly S.O. Carmarthenshire. 

Bowen, Geo. Wm. Howard, only s. of 
rt. hon. sir Geo. F. Bowen, G.C.M.G., P.c. 
('/. 1899), by Diamantina, dau, of late 
count Roma, g,c.M g. ; b. 1864 ; m. 1896, 
Gertrude, younger dau. of late Richd. 
Chamberlain; is w.L,, j.p. (1896) 
Cambridgeshire, sheriff of co. London 

1902 : Travellers' and Wellington clubs ; 
Ickleton Grange, Gt. Chesterford, Essex. 

Bowen, Hy. Chas. Cole, m.a. Dublin, 
eld. s. of Robt. St. John Cole Bowen, of 
Bowen's Court, co. Cork, j.p. {d. 1888) ; 
b. 1862; m. 1890, Florence L dau. of 
late Hy. Fitz George Colley, of Mount 
Temple, co. Dublin ; Irish barr. 1887, 
J.p. CO. Cork: Bowen's Court, Kildorrery, 
CO. Cork. 

Bowen, Jas. Benjn,, 2 s. of Benjn. 
Bowen, of Chipping Norton, Oxon ; b. 
1836 ; m 1868, 3 dau. of Jas. Swiney, of 
Ramsgate, Kent; J.p. Oxon: High st. 
Chipping Norton, Oxon. 

Bowen, Jas. Be Van, j.p. (1907) Pem- 
brokeshire : LLvynywair, Newport SO. 

Bowen, John, j.p. Worcestershire : 
Rochford, Strencham Hill, Moseley, 

Bowen, hon. Maxwell Steele, 2 s. of 
lord Bowen, a lord of appeal {d. Ib94) ; h. 
1865 ; It, 1 cadet battn. the Queen's 
(R. AV. Surrey regt.) from 1897, It. 3 
battn. (mil.) Sherwood Foresters 1898- 
1901 : Saviie and Autiomobile clubs. 

Bowen, rev. the hon. Wm. Edwd., 
M.A. Oxon,, eld. s. of lord Bowen, a lord 
of appeal {d. 1894); b. 1862 ; m. 1890, 
Catharine, daix. of rev. canon : 
119 Barkston gdns. S.W. ; Athenaeum 
club ; Glenheadon, Totland, I. of W. 

Bowen, Wm. Herbert, R.N., M.v.o. 4 
class (1903), s. of late Jerome Towns- 
hend Bowen, of Trinidad, West Indies ; h. 
1843; m. 1878, Mary, eld. dau. of late 
hon. Chas. Crowdy, memb. legisl. coun- 
cil of Newfoundland ; paymaster-in-chief 
R.N., fleet paymaster H.M. yachts 1891- 
1903, ret. 1903 : 32 Maidstone rd. Chat- 

Bowen, lady. — Florence, dau. of late 
rev, Thos. Luby, u.D. ; m. 1, 1878, rev. 
Henry White, of Almington Hall, Salop ; 
2, 1896, as his 2 wife, rt. hon. sir Geo. 
Ferguson Bowen, G.C.M.G., P.O., gov. of 
Queensland 1859-68, N. Zealand 1868-73, 
Victoria 1873-9, Mauritius 1879-83, Hong 
Kong 1883-7 {d. 1899) : 16 Lowndes st. 
Belgrave sq. S.W. 

Bowen-Jones, John Bowen, s. of John 
Jones, of Eaton House, Tottenham ; 6. 
1840 ; VI. 1868, Elizabeth M..dau.(d 1904) 
of Evan Bowen, of Ensdon, Salop ; 
is J.P. Salop and chm, c,c, : St. Mary's 
Court, Shrewsbury. 

Bower, Chas. Webster, s. of Chas. 
Bower, of Darley, Derbyshire ; h. 1858 ; 
7)1. 1882, dau, of E, Raaford, of Alfreton, 
Derbyshire ; J.P. (1907) Derbyshire : 
South Wingfield, Alfreton. 



Bower, Edmund Ernest Nott, 3 s. of 
late Jolin Bower, d.c.l. Oxon., barr.-at- 
law, of York ; b 1853 ; m. 1886, Louisa, 
dau. of late capt. Jas. Chas. Yorke, 6 
drag, gds., of Grwernant, co. Cardigan ; 
asst. sec. to board of inland revenue 
1895-1902, a commr. 1902-8 and dep. 
chm. from 1908: Kelston, Richmond, 
Surrey ; Somerset House, W.C. 

Bower, capt. Edmund Tiios. Chivers, 
eld. s. of Edwd. Chivers Bower, of Brox- 
holme,Yorks,D.L.,j.P. {d.lS96) ■ 6.1859; 
m. 1892, Elizabeth W. M., only dau. of 
late gen. sir Chas. Trollope, K.c.B. ; capt. 
Oxfordshire L. I. 1886-95, asst. insp. of 
signalling 1889-94, ret. 1895, j.p. N. R. 
Yorks : Cariton, and Naval and Military, 
and Yorkshire (York) clubs ; St. Elmo, 

Bower, Fredk. Orpen, sc.D. Cantab, 
F.R.S., 2 survg. s. of late A. Bovver, of 
Elmcrofts, Ripon, J.P., by Cornelia, dau. 
of late rear-adml. H, C. Morris ; regins 
prof, of Botany in Univ. of Glasgow : 

1 St. John's terr. Hillhead, Glasgow ; 
United University, Savile, and Western 
and College (Glasgow) clubs; University, 

Bower, Geo. Spencer, k.c, b.a. Oxon., 

2 s. of Geo. Bower, of St. Neots, Hunts ; 
b. 1854 ; barr. Inner Temple 1880, K.c. 
1903: 45 Finchley rd. N. W. ; 2 Hare 
court. Temple, E.C. ; Savage club. 

Bower,capt.sir Graham John, k.c.m.g. 
(1892), R.N., s. of adml. James Paterson 
Bower {d. 1889) and grands, of Graham 
Bower, of Kincaldrum, Angus ; b. 1848 ; 
m. 1882, Maude, dau. of J. F. Mitchell, of 
Etham, Sj^dney, New South Wales ; re^ 
commdr. R.N. 1884, corresp. memb. R. 
United Service Inst., sec. to H.M.'s high 
commissr. for S. Africa 1880-97, col. sec. 
of Mauritius from 1898 : Port Louis, 
Mauritius ; White's club. 

Bower, Hy. Gregory Syndercombe, 
eld. s. of Hy. Syndercombe Bower, of 
Fontmell Parva, Dorset, J.P. ; b. 1867; 
m. 1892, Charlotte R., youngest dau. of 
rev. Richd. Surtees, rect. of Holtby, 
Yorkshire ; J.P. (1905) Dorset : Marnhull, 
Siurminst' r Newton S.O. Dorset. 

Bower, Henry Syndercombe, s. of 
rcv. Hy. "Tregonwell Bower, of Fontmell 
Parva, Dorset, j.P. {d. 1876) ; b. 1839; m. 
18H6, Sarah Matilda, dau. of rev. Robert 
Salkeld, rect. of Fontmell Magna, 
Dorset; J.P. (1863) Dorset : Fontmell 
Parva, Blandford. 

Bower, Herbert M., m.a. Cantab., eld. 
survg. s. of late A. Bower, of Elmcrofts, 
Ripon, J. P., by Cornelia, dau. of late 
rear-adml. H. G. Morris ; b. 1854 ; m. 

1899, Eileen F. F., youngest dau, of late 
rev. John Thompson, m.a., vicar of 
Patrick Brompton ; barr. Middle Temple 
1883, J.P. (1890) W. R. Yorks and Liberty 
of Ripon, mayor of Ripon 1907-8, capt. 3 
battn. (mil.) York and Lancaster regt. 
1894-1901: United University club; 
Trinity Hill, Ripon. 

Bower, maj. Jas. Bower, eld. s. of 
Richd. Marsh Marsh-Dunn, of Carlton 
Lodge, Teignmouth, j.p. {d. 1884) ; b. 
1848 ; m. 1881, Ada E. G., eld. dau. {d. 
1898) of J. W. F. Butler, and niece of 23 
baron Dunboyne ; maj. late 3 battn. 
(mil.) Cheshire regt., and formerly It. 
51 regt. ; assumed by royal licence name 
of Bower in lieu of Dunn 1881 : Clare- 
mont, Teignmouth, Devon. 

Bower, col. John, 3 s. of late Graham 
Bower, of Kincaldrum, co. Forfar ; b. 
1809; m. 1856, Mary, dau. {d. 1901) of 
late Richd. Heaviside, King's drag. gds. ; 
J.P. Hants : Studwell Lodge, Droxford, 
Bishop's Waltham. 

Bower, capt. John Wm. Nott, s. of late 
John Bower, d.c.l., of York, by Char- 
lotte, dau. of late gen. sir W. Nott, 
G.C.B. ; b. 1849 : ?n. 1889, Florence, dau. 
of Reginald Harrison, f.r.c.s. ; chief 
constable of Liverpool 1881-1902, commr. 
of the City of London police from 1902, 
knt. of grace of order of St. John of 
Jerusalem, officer, order of Crown of 
Italy, and of Crown of Germany, chev. 
legion of honour, commdr. order "of mili- 
tary merin of Spain and of The Redeemer 
of Greece : 6 Lower Berkeley st. W. ; 
office, 26 Old Jewry, E.C. ; Dry Bank, 

Bower, maj . Robt. Lister,c.M.G.( 1897 ), 
eld. s. of R. H. Bower, of Welham, 
Yorks, D.L., J.P. (d, 1886), by Marcia, 
4 dau. {d. 1906) of sir John Lister- 
Kaye, 2 bart. : 6. 1860 ; m. 1893, Annette 
Norah, 3 dau. of Hy. H. Head, Thornhill, 
Bray, Ireland ; served in Egyptian war 
1882, Soudan expdn. 1884, Nile expdn. 
1884-5, Jebu expdn. W. Africa 1892, 
capt. K. R. Rif. C, ret. p. 1891, capt. 
(hon. maj. 1898) 7 battn. (mil.) K. R. R. C. 
1891-8, Brit, resident at Ibadan, Lagos, 
1892-8, chief constable of N. R. Yorks 
from 1898: The West House, Thirsk, 

Bower, Tatton Hy., 2 s. of Robt. 
Hartley Bower, of Welham, Yorks, 
D.L., J.P. {d. 1886), by Marcia, 4 dau. 
{d. 1906) of sir John Lister-Kaye, 2 
bart. ; b. 1867 ; m. 1897, hon. Annie 
Elizabeth, only dau. of 1 baron Holden, 
b. 1863. 
Bower, Thos., 2 s. of Joshua Bower, 



of ttopewell House, Yorks {d. 18(56) ; h. 
1838 ; m. 1864, Mary Anue.dau. {d. 1908) 
of Richd. Dobson, of Middleton Grange, 
Yorks; lord of tbe manors of Stradi- 
shall and Mansion, J. P. (1902) Suffolk : 
Stradishall Place, Stradishall, Suffolk, 

Bowerman, Chas. Wm., eld. s. of 
C. A. Bowerman, of Honiton, Devon ; 
h. 1851 ; in. 1876, Louisa, dau. of W. 
Peach, of Poplar, E. ; gen. sec. London 
Soc. of Compositors from 1892, alderman 
L.c.c. 1905-7 ; M.P. (lab.) Deptford from 
1906 : 4 Battledean rd. Highbury, N. 

Bowers, bp., vide Thetford. 

Bowers, Wm. Eli, only s. of late Wm. 
Bowers, of Hare wood Park, Cheadle. 
Staffs; h. 1861; m. 1885, Alice, dau. (d 
1905) of Chas. J. Blagg, of Cheadle, 
Staffs ; J.p. Staffs : Caverswall Castle, 
nr. Stoke-on-Trent. 

Bowes, baron, vide Strathmore. 

Bowes, John, p.z.s., 4 s. of Henry 
Bowes, of Workington, Cumberland ; b. 
1834; m. 1859, Hannah, dau. of Wm. 
Kitchin, of Whitehaven, Cumberland ; 
J.p. (1900) Kent, vice pres. E Kent and 
Canteibury Med. Soc. : East Hill House, 
Herne Bay, Kent ; Jun, Constitutional 
and Easr Kent (Canterbury) clubs. 

Bowes, Richard, s, of late G-eo. Bowes, 
of Darlington'; b. 1859 ; m. 1892, Blanche, 
eld. dau. of Ernst Bunge, of Havre, 
France ; J.P. (1899) N. R. Yorks : Monk- 
end Hall, Croft, nr. Darlington. 

Bowes-Liyon, hon. Alexander Eras., 
3 s. of 14 earl of Strathmore ; h. 1887. 

Bowes-Lyon, hon. David, 6 s. of 
14 earl of Strathmore ; h. 1902. 

Bowes-Liyon, hon. Fergus, 4 s. of 
14 earl of Strathaiore ; h. 1889. 

Bowes-Iiyon, hon. Francis, 2 s. of 13 
earl of Strathmore ; b. 1856 ; m. 1883, 
lady Anne Katharine Sybil, dau. of 25 
earl of Ciawford andBalcarres ; b. 1859 ; 
col. commdt. 2 vol. battn. R. Hi^hrs. 
1877-92 ; D.L., J.P. Northumberland and 
Forfarshire : Carlton and Bachelors' 
clubs ; Ridley Hall, Bardon Mill, North- 
umb. ; ISTorton Manor, Taunton. 

Bowes-Lyon, hon. John Herbert, 2 
s. of 14 earl of Strathmore ; b. 1886. 

Bowes-Lyon, hon. Kenneth, 6 s. of 13 
earl of Strathmore ; b. 1867. 

Bowes-Lyon, capt. hon. Malcolm, 7 s. 
of 13 earl of Strathmore; b. 1874; 
served in S. African war 1902 with 29 
battn. Impl. yeom., capt. 2 life gds. 
1900-7, and adjt. 1901-3. 

Bowes-Lyon, hon. Michael Claude 
Hamilton, 5 s. of 14 earl of Strathmore ; 
^^ 1893. 

t~ '™- "■ "■■■ 

Cantab., 6 s. of 13 earl of Stfathmofe ; b. 
1863; m. 1893, miss Wiltshire, ward of 
late capt. and mrs. Arthur Lister Kaye ; 
served in E.N. 1877-80, barr. Inner Tem- 
ple 1889, D.L. CO. Forfar : Carlton and 
Wellington clubs ; Skeynes, Edenbridge, 

Bowes-Lyon, hon. mrs. Ernest. 
Issobel Hester, 3 dau. of late Harvey, 
Drummond, of Iping, Kent ; to. 1882, 
hon. Ernest Bowes-Lyon (rf. 1891), 3 s. of 
13 earl of Strathmore : 22 Ovington sq. 

Bowes-Lyon, lady Mary Frances, b. 
1883; lady Rose Constance, b. 1890; 
daus. of 14 earl of Strathmore. 

Bowes-Lyon, lady Maud Agnes, b. 
1870 ; dau. of 13 earl of Strathmore. 

Bowlby, Anthony Alfred,c.M.G.( 1900), 
P.R.c.s.Eng., s. of Thos. Wm. Bowlby, of 
Durham ; b. 1855 ; m. 1898, Maria B., 
eld. dau, of rev. the hon. Hugh Wynne 
Mostyn ; surg, to St. Bartholomew's 
hosp., served as sen. surg. in charge 
of " Portland Hospital," S. African war 
1899-1900, maj. 1 London General Hosp. 
R.A.M.C. from 1908, surgeon to the 
King's household from 1904 : 24 Man- 
chester sq. W, 

Bowlby, Arthur Salvin, b.a, Cantab., 
3 and eld. survg. s. of Edwd. Salvin 
Bowlby, of Gilston Park, Herts, d.l., 
J.p. {d. 1902), by Maria, younge.'-t dau. 
of J. Rimington, of Broomhead Hall, 
Yorks; b. 1872; m. 1903, Catherine 
Mary, eld. dau, of late col. E