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THE 



BALLIOL COLLEGE REGISTER 




THE 

BALLIOL COLLEGE 
REGISTER 

1832-1914 



EDITED BY 

EDWARD MILLIARD 

FELLOW AND SENIOR BURSAR OF BALLIOL COLLEGE 
OXFORD 



OXFORD 

PRINTED FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION 

BY HORACE HART 

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRFSS 

1914 



The Master and Fellows desire to present a record of 
all the living members of the College. They think that 
men of all generations will be interested to know what 
has become of contemporaries, with some of whom they 
may have lost touch, while others again have served 
and are serving in distinguished posts all over the world. 
They have to thank the Trustees of the Balliol College 
(1904) Endowment Fund, who have contributed largely 
to the expenses of the undertaking ; likewise those who 
have so freely given information ; and especially the 
Senior Bursar, who has carried out the task of com- 
pilation at the cost of much trouble. 

BM.UOV College, Oxford, 
May 19 14. 



PREFACE 

There is not much necessity for an introduction in 
a book of this kind, but the following facts may be 
interesting to members of the College. The Register 
represents a 'Who's Who' of Balliol men now living, 
containing details more particularly about their careers 
at College and in the University. The alphabetical 
arrangement was chosen as the most convenient for 
reference. 

At p. 381 will be found the Roll of Balliol College — 
a chronological list of names taken from the admission 
book. 

Since the receipt of the returns I regret to say that the 
College has lost some of its old members. Their names 
have been retained and a note has been added recording 
the date of death when known. 

There are 2,412 names in the Register, and it will be 
found that the professions of our old members may be 
classified approximately as follows : Barristers, 388 ; 
Clerg3mien, 254 ; Indian Civil Servants, 249 ; Readers, 
Lecturers, Schoolmasters, Tutors, 197 ; Fellows of 
Oxford Colleges, 175 ; Home Civil Servants, 129 ; 
Professors, loi ; Solicitors, 67 ; Members of Parliament, 
56 ; Army, 51 ; Diplomacy, 51 ; Medical, 46 ; Colonial 
Civil Servants, 42 ; Journalists, 33 ; Ministers of 
State, 22 ; Bankers, 19 ; Land Agents, 10 ; Heads 
of Oxford Colleges, 9. 

The above figures have not been checked in minute 
detail, and they include members who have retired from 
their respective posts or professions. 



PREFACE 

In a compilation like the Register there must be 
mistakes. I have read all the manuscript and revised 
the proofs, and for any inaccuracies t accept full responsi- 
bility. Some omissions have been rriade at the request 
of members when sending in their returns ; for other 
omissions and any mistakes the excuse must be the 
magnitude and difi&culty of my task. Any corrections 
or additions for insertion in a future edition will be 
welcomed by the editor. 

Thanks are due to my wife, who has helped me in all 
the stages of this work ; to my shorthand writer, Mr. G. B. 
Whitaker, to whom I owe much for his untiring zeal and 
especially for his accuracy ; and to Mr. Horace Hart, the 
Controller of the Press, who has ever been ready with 
valuable suggestions. 

Especially are thanks due to those who have made 
their returns with such promptitude and care. They 
are the real authors of this book ; and its interest for 
present and future generations will be found in the 
distinguished careers of Balliol men set forth in the 
following pages. 

EDWARD HILLIARD. 
May 15, 1914. 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Introductory Note ........ v 

Preface vii 

The Visitor, Master, Fellows, and Staff, 1914 . . xi 

Abbreviations xii 

The Register j 

Thb Roll 381 

Appendices : 

I. Visitors, Masters, and Fellows from z8oo to 1914 . 417 

11. Tutors 419 

III. College Societies 420 



THE VISITOR 
MASTER, FELLOWS, AND STAFF, 1914 



Visitor 

The Right Hon. Earl Lorebum, B.A., 
Hon. D.C.L., elected in 1913. 

Master 
James Leigh Strachan-Davidson, 
M.A. (1872), elected in 1907 ; 
Jowett Fellow. 

Fellows 

Newman, William Lambert, M.A. 
(1858), Hon. D.Litt. (1904). 

Smith, Arthur Lionel, M.A. (1877), 
Jowett Fellow, Tutor in Modern 
History, and Senior Dean. 

Markby, Sir William, D.C.L. {1879). 

Macdonell, Arthur Anthony, M.A. 
(1883), Boden Professor of San- 
skrit. 

Urquhart, Francis Fortescue, M.A. 
(1897), Lecturer in ModemHisiory, 
and Domestic Bursar. 

Pickard-Cambridge, Arthur Wallace, 
M.A. (1898), Classical Tutor, 
Jowett Lecturer in the Greek 
Language and Literature, and 
Librarian. 

Hartley, Harold Brewer, M.A. 

ii904). Science Tutor, Bedford 
\,ecturer in Physical Chemistry, 

and Junior Bursar. 
Bailey, Cjrril, M.A. (1897), Classical 

Tutor, Tutor for A dmissions, and 

Dean of Examinations. 
Davis, Henry William Carless, M.A. 

(1898), Classical Tutor. 
Hilliard, Edward, M.A. (1904), Law 

Tutor and Senior Bursar. 
Lindsay, Alexander Dunlop, M.A. 

(1906), Classical Tutor and Jowett 

Lecturer in Philosophy. 
Talbot, Rev. Neville Stuart, M.A. 

(19 10), Theological and Classical 

Tutor and Junior Dean. 
Gibson, Robert, M.A. [igi$), Classi- 
cal Tutor. 
Toynbee, Arnold Joseph, B.A. 

(1912), Classical Tutor. 
Gibbon, Rev. Henry Hensman, 

M.A. (1911), Catechetical Lecturer. 

Honorary Fellows 

Bright, James Franck, D.D. (1884). 



Acland, Right Hon. Arthur Herbert 

Dyke, M.A. {1873). 
Fry, Right Hon. Sir Edward, Hon. 

D.C.L. (1894). 
Warre, Edmond, D.D. (1884), Hon, 

D.C.L. (1907). 
Marshall, Alfred, M.A. (1883), Hon. 

D.Sc. {1904). 
Tylor, Sir Edward Burnett, Hon. 

D.C.L. (1875), M.A. (1883). 
Hythe, Thomas Allnutt Brassey, 

Viscount, M.A. (1902), Hon. 

D.C.L. (1911). 
Newlands, James Hfenry Cecil 

Hozier, Lord. 
Curzon of Kedleston, Right Hon. 

George Nathaniel, Earl, M.A. 

(1884), Hon. D.C.L. (1907). 
Lorebum, Right Hon. Earl, B.A. 

(1869), Hon. D.C.L. (1907). 
Asquith, Right Hon. Herbert Henry, 

B.A. (1874), Hon. D.C.L. (1904). 
Kilbracken, Lord, M.A. (1873). 
Farwell, Right Hon. Sir George, 

B.A. (1869). 
Bradley, Andrew Cecil, M.A. (1876). 

Chaplains 

Gibbon, Rev. Henry Hensman, M.\. 

(1911). 
Talbot, Rev. Neville Stuart, M.A, 

(1910), 

Tutors and Lecturers not on the 

Foundation 

Russell, John Wellesley, MA. 

OC876), Merton, Mathematical 

Tutor. 
Bourdillon, Robert Benedict, B.A. 

(1912), Lecturer in Chemistry. 
Bourdillon, Francis Bernard, B.A. 

(1905), Lecturer in Modern Lan- 
guages. 
Stone, Charles Graham, B.A. (1909), 

Lecturer in History, 

Director of Music 

Walker, Ernest, D.Mus. (1898), 
M.A. (1894). 

Organist 

Smith, Norman Fairbanks, B.A. 
(1913). 



ABBREVIATIONS 



Assist. 


s= assistant. 


Lang. 


= language. 


Assoc. 


= associate, association. 


Lib. 


= library, librarian. 


b. 


= bom. 


m. 


= married. 


Capt. 


= captain. 


Math. 


= mathematics, mc 


Ch. 


= dhurch. 




matical. 


Chapl. 


= chaplain, chaplaincy. 


Mod. 


= modem. 


CI. 


= classics, classical. 


Mods. 


= moderations. 


Coll. 


= college, collegiate. 


P- 


= priest. 


d. 


== daughter. 


Pres. 


= president. 


d. 


= deacon, died. 


s. 


= son. 


e. 


= eldest. 


Sch. 


= scholar, scholarship. 


Educ. 


= educated. 


Sec. 


= secretary. 


Educ. 


= education, educational. 


Sen. 


= senior. 


Ex. 


= exhibition, exhibitioner. 


Soc. 


= society. 


Exam. 


= examination, examiner. 


T. 


= term. 


Gr. 


= grammar. 


Theol. 


= theology, theological 


Hist. 


= history, historical. 


Treas. 


= treasurer. 


jun. 


= junior. 


Univ. 


= university. 



For List of Tutors, referred to by initials in the Register, see Appendix II, 
page 419. 



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BALLIOL COLLEGE REGISTER 



The * denotes members of Convocation at the tune of the 
publication of the Register. 



Abbott, Evelyn Robins : b. May 9, 

1873 ; s. of Samuel Abbott, 
M.I.C.E., of Buenos Aires ; tn. 
Sep. 20, 1909, Florence Lillian, 
d. of Sir W. O. Clark, Kt., I.C.S. 
Issue : two sons, one daughter. 
£<iMc. Bath College ; Ballioli 891-3 
(W.M.) ; Torpid (2) ; Rugby XV. 
I.C.S. Punjab ; Assist. Commis- 
sioner 1893 ; Deputy Commis- 
sioner 1904 ; Settlement Officer, 
Jhang J Sen. Secretary to Financial 
Commissioner 1907 ; Deputy Com- 
missioner, Sialkot, 1913. Club : 
East India United Service. Ad- 
dress : Sialkot, Punjab, India. 

Abbott, Reginald Stiiart : b. Nov. 
12, 1882 ; s. of Samuel Abbott, 
M.I.C.E., of Buenos Aires. Educ. 
Tonbridge (Sch. and Ex.) ; Balliol 
1901-4 (A.W.P.C.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1903 ; B.A. 1907 ; Torpid (i and 
2) ; Eight. Held Commission in 
O.U.R.V.C. 1903 ; 2nd Lieut. 
1904, Lieut. 1907, Royal Garrison 
Artillery ; Attach^, Army Head- 
quarters, Simla, 1908-9 ; ex- 
changed to 38th King George's 
Own Central India Horse 1909, 
Adjutant 1910-14; Capt. 1913. 
Club : Junior Naval and Military. 
Address : c/oCox & Co., 16 Charing 
Cross, London, S.W. 

Abbott, Wilbur Cortez : b. Dec. 28, 
1868; s. of T. W. Abbott, of 
Indianopolis, Ind. ; m. 1899, 
Margaret S., d. of C. W. Smith. 
Issue : one son, one daughter. 
Educ. Shortridge High School, 
Indianapolis ; Wabash Coll. ; 
Cornell Univ. ; BaUiol 1896-7 
(A.L.S., F.Y.P.); B.Litt. 1897. 
Arnold Soc. Instructor in Hist., 
Univ. of Michigan, 1897-9 i Assist. 



Prof, of Hist., Dartmouth Coll., 
1899-1902 ; Prof, of Hist., Univ. 
of Kansas, 1902-8, Yale Univ. 
1908-, Univ. of Chicago (Sum- 
mer) 1910 ; Lecturer in Hist., Har- 
vard Univ., 1912-13 ; B.A. 1892, 
M.A. 1902, Wabash Coll. ; M.A., 
Yale, 1909. Publications : Colonel 
Blood, Crown Stealer ; articles in 
English and American Historical 
Reviews, The Nation, Yale Review, 
&c. Recreations : Tennis, Golf. 
Clubs : Graduates', The Lawn. 
Address : 384 Whitney Avenue, 
New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A. 

Abdul Karim Khan : Nawabzada 
of Sachin : b. May 10, 1891 ; s. of 
Nawab Abdul Kadir Khan, of 
Sachin. Educ. Malvern ; Balliol 
1909-13 (N.S.T., F.F.U.); B.A. 
1913. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Address : The Palace, Sachin, 
Guzerat, India. 

^Aboul Kassem Khan Nasserul- 
Moulk, Sir : b. July 17, 1856 ; 
s. of Head of Karagozli clan of 
Hamadan ; married ; has issue 
two sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Teheran ; BalUol 1879-82 (M.M.J., 
J.L.S.D., R.L.N. ). Union, Arnold, 
and Dervorguilla Socs. Formerly 
Under-Sec. of State in Persian 
Foreign Office ; Deputy Governor- 
General in Province of Khorassan ; 
Governor-General of Kurdistan ; 
Ambassador Extraordinary in dif- 
ferent Eiuropean Courts ; twice 
Minister of Persian Finance ; 
Premier of Persia imder Constitu- 
tional Government ; Regent of 
Persia 191 1 ; K.C.M.G. 1889 ; 
G.C.M.G. 1897 ; G.C. of Lion and 
Sun of Persia ; ist Class of Por- 
trait of the Shah ; G.C. of Alex- 



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ander Newsky of Russia ; G.C. of 
Lion of the Netherlands ; G.C. 
of Leopold of Belgium ; G.C. of 
Legion d'honneur ; G.C. of Iron 
Crown of Austria. Address : 
Teheran, Persia. 

^Abrahams, Baraett Lionel : b. Dec. 
9, 1869 ; s. of Mordecai Abrahams, 
of London; m. Aprils, 1896, Lucy, 
d. of N. S. Joseph. Issue : one 
son. Educ. City of London 
School (Sch.) ; Balliol 1888-9: 
(W.R.H., R.L.N.) ; CI. Sch. and 
Jenkyns Ex. ; Prox, Acces. Hert- 
ford Sch. 1888 and 1889 ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1890 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1892 ; Arnold Prize 1894 ; 
M.A. 1905. Brakenbury and 
Arnold (F^es. and Sec.) Socs. 
ist in Open Competition for Home 
Civil Service, and entered India 
Office, 1893 ; Assist. Sec. to Indian 
Currency Commission 1898-9 ; 
Financial Sec. 1902-11 ; member 
of Departmental Committee on 
Indian Railways (Finance and 
Administration) 1907-8 ; C.B. 
1908 ; Assist. Under-Sec. of State, 
India Office, 191 1-. Publica- 
tions : The Expulsion of the Jews 
from England in lago ; contribu- 
tions to Dictionary of Political Eco- 
nomy. Addresses : 18 Porchester 
Terrace, London ,W. ; India Office, 
Whitehall, London, S.W. 
*Acland, Rt. Hon. Arthur Herbert 
Dyke : b. 1847 ; s. of Rt. Hon. 
Sir T. D. Acland, Bart. ; m. 1873, 
Alice Sophia, d. of Rev. Francis 
Cunningham. Educ. Rugby ; 
Christ Church 1866-70; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1868 ; 2nd Law and Hist., 
and B.A., 1870 ; M.A. 1873. 
Senior Bursar 1883-8, Hon. Fellow 
1888, Balliol. Formerly Student 
and Steward of Christ Church, and 
Principal of Oxford Military Coll., 
Cowley; Vice-Pres. of Committee 
of Council on Education 1892-5; 
M.P. (L.) Rotherham, 1885-99; 
P.C. ; Hon. LL.D., Leeds. Pub- 
lications : Handbook of Political 
History of England; Working- 
Men Co-operators. Clubs: Athe- 
naeum, National IJberal. Ad- 
dresses : 29 St. James's Court, 



Buckingham Gate, London, S.W.; 
Dunkery House, Felixstowe. 

Acland, Francis Dyke : b. March 7, 
1874; s. of Rt. Hon. A. H. D. 
Acland, P.C, LL.D., Hon. Fellow 
of Balliol ; m. Aug. 31, 1905, 
Eleanor Margaret, d. of C. J. 
Cropper, of Ellergreen, Kendal. 
Issue : three sons, one daughter. 
Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 1893-7 
(A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 1897. 
Brakenbury Soc. Examiner in 
Education Department 1900-3; 
Assist. Director for Secondary Edu- 
cation to West Riding of Yorks 
C.C. 1903; M.P. (L.) Richmond Div. 
of Yorks 1905-10, Camborne Div. 
of Cornwall 191 1- ; Parliamentary 
Private Sec. to Rt. Hon. R. B. 
Haldane 1906-8 ; Financial Sec. 
to War Office 1 908-11 ; Chairman 
of Departmental Committee on 
Accidents in Factories 1909-11 ; 
Member of Senate of Univ. of 
London ; Parliamentary Under- 
Sec, for Foreign Affairs 1911-. 
Recreation : Fishing. Clubs: 
Athenaeum, Brooks's, Travellers'. 
Address : 5 Cheyne Place, London, 
S.W. 

Acland-Hood, Henry Fuller : b. 
Dec. 12, 1863 ; s. of ist Baron 
St. Audries ; m. Ruth, d. of Hugh 
Astley. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Evelyns, Hillingdon ; Eton ; Bal- 
Uol 1882-6 (A.L.S.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1884 ; 3rd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1886. Eight (Capt.) ; 
Cricket XI ; Rugby XV. Dervor- 
guilla Soc. Solicitor 1890 ; part- 
ner in Radcliffe, Cator & Hood, 
20 Craven St., Charing Cross, 
W.C, since 1890. Recreations : 
Shooting, fishing, golf, and law. 
Club '. Arthur's. Addresses : 10 
West Eaton Place, London, S.W. ; 
Mill House, Odiham, Hants. 

Acland-Hood, Rt. Hon. Sir Alexan- 
der Fuller : see Lord St. Audries. 

Acton, Ernest Reginald : b. July 23, 
1856 ; s. of T. L. Acton, Manager 
of Smith's Bank, Nottingham. 
Educ. Winchester (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1875-9 (E.A., A.C.B.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1877 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1879 ; M.A. 1884. Union 



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Soc. Solicitor ; Bath 1891-7 ; in 
partnership with Henry Cooke, of 
Bristol, 1 897-1 906. Recreation : 
Travel. Address: 22 Sion HUl, 
Clifton, Bristol. 

Adam, Arthur Innes : b. April 25, 
1894 ; s. of Dr. James Adam, of 
Cambridge. Educ. Winchester ; 
Balliol 1912- (C.B.) ; Hon. Sch., 
and Warner Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 
1914. Sec. of Coll. Musical Soc. ; 
Union and Arnold Socs. A ddress : 
21 Barton Road, Cambridge. 

Adam, Charles Fox Frederick : b. 
Nov. 27, 1852 ; s. of General the 
Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick Adam, 
G.C.B., G.C.M.G. ; m. 1877, 
Juliet, d. of Surgeon-Gen. J. C. 
Palmer, U.S. Navy. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Rugby 
(Sch.) ; BaUiol 1 871-3 and one 
term in 1876 (F. de P.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1873. Union Soc. Attache, 
and 3rd Sec, Washington, 1875 ; 
transferred to Madrid 1878 ; 
2nd Sec. Washington, 1879 ; 
St. Petersburg 1882 ; Rome 1883 ; 
Sec. of Legation 1888, Acting 
Charge d' Affaires 1890-1, Rio de 
Janeiro ; transferred to Brussels 
1892 ; Sec. of Embassy, Washing- 
ton, 1897 ; Acting Charge d' Af- 
faires, ditto, July-Oct. 1897 ; 
transferred to Madrid 1898 ; Coun- 
cillor of Embassy 1904 ; retired 
1905. Clubs : Travellers', St. 
James's, British Empire. Address : 
6 Wilton Crescent, London, S.W. 
[Died Jan. 27, 191 3.] 

Adam, Frederick Edward Fox : b. 
Feb. 9, 1887 ; s. of C. F. F. Adam, 
H.M. Diplomatic Service. Educ. 
Rugby ; Private ; Balliol 1905-9 
{A.L.S., H.W.C.D., F.F.U.) ; 3rd 
Mod. Hist. 1909 ; B.A. 1910. 
Union and Dervorguilla Socs. 
Clerk in Foreign Ofl&ce 1910-. 
Club : Travellers'. Address : 6 
Wilton Crescent, London, S.W. 

Adams, John Dingle : b. Oct. 4, 
1876 ; s. of W. G. Adams, of 
London. Educ. Tonbridge ; Bal- 
liol 1895-9 (J-C, W.H.F.) ; 4th 
Nat. Sci. (Phys.), and B.A., 1899. 

*Adams, William George Stewart : 
b. Nov. 8, 1874 ; s. of John 



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Adams, of Hamilton, Scotland ; 
m. Muriel, d. of William Lane, of 
Stonehurst, Killiney, Co. Dublin. 
Issue : one son. Educ. St. John's 
Gr. School, Hamilton ; Glasgow 
Univ. ; Balliol 1896-1901 (F. de 
P., J.L.S.D., A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 
Snell Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1898 ; 
ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1900 ; 
ist Mod. Hist. 1901 ; M.A. 1910. 
Arnold Soc. (Pres.). Tutor at 
Borough Road Training Coll., 
Isleworth, 1 901-2 ; Lecturer in 
Economics, Univ. of Chicago, and 
travelled in U.S.A. and Canada, 
1902 ; Lecturer in Economics, 
Univ. of Manchester, 1903—4 ; 
Superintendent of Statistics and 
InteUigence Branch, Department 
of Agric. and Technical Instruc- 
tion for Ireland, 1905-10 ; Fellow 
of All Souls 1910 ; Member of 
Government Committee on Irish 
Finance 1911; Reader 1910-12, 
Gladstone Prof. 1912-, Politi- 
cal Theory and Institutions, Ox- 
ford Univ. Address : 13 Bardwell 
Road, Oxford. 

"" Addis, Rev. William Edward : b. 
May 9, 1844 ; s. of Rev. T. Addis, 
Free Church Minister, Morning- 
side, Edinburgh ; m. Nov. 5, 1888, 
Rachel, d. of R. Flood, of Syden- 
ham, S.E. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Merchiston Castle 
School ; Balliol i86i-6 (B.J.) ; 
Snell Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1863 ; 
ist Lit. Hum. 1865 ; B.A. 1866 ; 
M.A. 1891. Tutor, Manchester 
Coll., Oxford, 1899-1910 ; Lec- 
turer, Bow Church, Cheapside ; 
Curate of All Saints, Oxford, 1909^ 
10 ; Vicar of All Saints, Knights- 
bridge, 1910-. Publications : 
Catholic Dictionary, 1884 ; Docu- 
ments of Hexateuch, 1893-9 J 
Christianity and the Roman Em' 
pire, 1893 ; The Hebrew Religion 
in the Time of Ezra, 1908 ; Job 
and Ruth (Dent's Series) ; con- 
tributor to Essays on the Synoptic 
Gospels, Encyclopaedia Britannica, 
&c. Address : 34 Rutland Gate, 
London, S.W, 

Addison, John Joseph : b. July 18, 
1863 ; s. of Joseph Addison, of 

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Bolton Wood House, near Wigton, 
and Banks House, Low Row, 
Ciunberland ; m. Oct. 23, 1895, 
Barbara Hewlett (d. 1907), d. of 
William Wareham. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. King's 
Coll. School, London ; New-Inn- 
Hall 1886; Balliol 1887-90. 
Solicitor, Supreme Court of Judica- 
ture, 1886 ; J. P., and Commis- 
sioner of Income Tax, 1899, 
Cumberland. Address : Banks 
House, Low Row, Cumberland. 

Adey, Arthur Lewis : b. 1835 ; 
s. of W. C. L. Adey, of Longfleet, 
Dorset. Educ. Blundell's; Balliol 
1874-8 ; Blundell Sch. ; B.A. 
(New-Inn-HaU) 1886. 

Adkins, Sir William Ryland Dent, 
Kt. : b. 1862 ; s. of William 
Adkins, J. P., of Northampton. 
Educ. MiU Hill ; University Coll., 
London ; Balliol 1882-4 (W.H.F., 
A.L.S.) ; Ex. Barrister, I.T., 
1890; M.P. (L.) Middleton Div. 
of Lanes. 1906- ; Recorder of 
Nottingham 191 1- ; Vice-Chair- 
man Northants Coimty Council. 
Clubs: Reform, Bath, Eighty. 
Address : Springfield, Northamp- 
ton. 

Adler, Berthold : b. May 12, 1871 ; 
s. of Louis Adler. Educ. Univer- 
sity Coll. School, London (Sch.) ; 
BalUol 1889-93 (F. de P., T.R.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1891 ; 2nd Jur., and 
B.A., 1893. Union and Arnold 
Socs. Barrister, M.T., 1895 ; 
Surrey Sessions. Club : Reform. 
Address : 4 Harcourt Buildings, 
Temple, London, E.C. 

Agnew, Patrick Dalreagle : b. 
April 26, 1868 ; s. of W. H. Agnew ; 
m. Nov. 1897, Elizabeth Frances 
Seaton, d. of Lieut.-Col. C. F. 
Massy, Indian Army. Educ. 
Bedford Gr. School; Balliol 
1887-9 (W.M.). Annandale Soc. 
I.C.S., Punjab ; Assist. Commis- 
sioner and Settlement Ofi&cer 
1889 ; Deputy Commissioner 
1898 ; Divisional Judge 1910. 
Club : East India United Service. 
Address : c/o Grindlay & Co., 
54 Parliament Street, London, 
S.W. 



Ahmad, Syed Ahsanuddin : b. Aug. 
16, 1859 ; s. of Nawab Amir Ali 
Khan Bahadir, CLE. ; m. Dec. 25, 
1881. Issue : seven children. 
Educ. Calcutta Madrassa ; Hoogh- 
ly Coll. ; Doveton Coll., Calcutta ; 
Balliol 1877-9 (J.L.S.D., A.T., 
W.M,, J.F.B.). Union (Assist. 
Lib.) and Brakenbury Socs. Bar- 
rister, I.T., 1881 ; I.C.S. ; Assist, 
Magistrate and Collector 1882 ; 
Joint Magistrate and Deputy 
Collector 1893 ; Magistrate and 
Collector 1899 ; I.S.O. 1911 ; 
transferred to Bihar. 1912 ; Com- 
missioner of Excise and Salt 1912. 
Clubs : Beaconsfield and Calcutta. 
Address: Bihar, India. 

Ainslie, Ainslie Douglas (formerly 
Grant-Duff) : b. July 9, 1838 ; 
s. of J. C. Grant-Duff, of Eden, 
Aberdeenshire ; m. 1863, Farmy, 
d. of E. J. Morgan, of St. Petersburg. 
Educ. Balliol 1857-9 ; Taylorism 
Sch. (German and French) 1858. 
Barrister, M.T., 1874 ; Diplomatic 
Service ; attached to H.M.'s 
Legation, Dresden ; Third Sec, 
St. Petersburg and Paris, 1859-66 ; 
Contested (L.) E. Aberdeenshire 
1875 ; Elgin Burghs 1881 ; 
formerly Vice-Lieut, for Aber- 
deenshire ; D.L. Publications : 
Goethe's Reynard the Fox (in 
English verse), 1 886 ; Glances over 
Past and Present, 191 3. Recrea- 
tions: Literature, music, fly-fishing, 
fencing. Clubs : Athenaeum, Re- 
form, London Fencing. Address : 
Delgaty Castle, Tmriff, Aberdeen- 
shire. 

Aitchison, Charles Umpherston : 
b. April 10, 1875 ; s. of Sir Charles 
U. Aitchison, K.C.S.I. ; tn. Sept. 
30, 1908, Helen, d. of James 
Graham. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Winchester ; Balliol 1894-9 (J.C.) ; 
3rd Nat. ScL (Phys.), and B.A., 
1898 ; M.A., B.M., and B.Ch., 
1902 ; M.D. 1907 ; Torpid 
1895. Union and Brakenbury 
Socs. Medical Sch., London Hosp., 
1902 ; M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 
1902. Formerly Clinical Assist, 
(medical), House Physician, Re- 
ceiving-Room Of&cer, Resident 



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Accoucheur, and House Surgeon 
at London Hospital. Medical 
Practitioner 1 907-1 1. C/M6:Bath. 
Address : 9 Drayton Terrace, 
South Kensington, London, S.W. 
[Died Dec. 31, 1911.] 

Aitken, Stephen Rowan : b. Feb. 
18, 1883 ; s. of S. R. Aitken, of 
London. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
1902-6 (F.F.U., E.J., C.B.) ; 4th 
Mod. Hist. 1906 ; B.A. 1907. 
Union and Arnold Socs. Student, 
I.T., 1906. Recreations : Golf, 
lawn tennis. Address : 21 a Car- 
lyle Square, Chelsea, London, S.W. 

Albery, Bronson James : b. March 
6, 1881 ; s. of James Albery, 
Dramatist, of London. Educ. 
Uppingham ; Balliol 1900-3 
(A.L.S., H.W.C.D., F.F.U.) ; 2nd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1903. 
Barrister, I.T., 1904. Club : Gar- 
rick. Address : 2 Dr. Johnson's 
Buildings, Temple, London, E.C. 

Alcock, Wilfrid Owen : b. June 19, 
1874 ; s. of John Alcock ; m. Eliza 
Esther Murray, d. of Rev. T. M. 
Lindsay, D.D., Principal of the 
Free Church Coll., Glasgow. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Blundell's; Balliol 1892-6 (J.W.R., 
A.L.S.) ; Williams Ex. ; ist Math. 
Mods. 1893 ; ist Math., and 
B.A., 1895. I.C.S., Bombay ; 
Assist. Collector and Magistrate 
1898 ; 2nd Assist. 1909 ; ist ditto 
1 911. Address : c/o Thomas Cook 
& Son, Bombay, India. 

Alden, Percy : b. June 6, 1865 ; s. 
of Isaac Alden, of Oxford ; m. 
1899, Dr. Margaret Pearse. Issue : 
four daughters. Educ. Balliol 
1884-8 (F. de P., R.L.N.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1886; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1888 ; M.A. 1891. 
Union Soc. Warden Mansfield 
House Univ. Settlement 1891- 
1901, Hon. ditto 1901, Vice-Pres. 
1902 ; Editor of Echo 1901-2 ; 
Hon. Sec. Settlements Assoc, and 
of British Institute of Social Ser- 
vice ; Councillor 1892-1901, De- 
puty-Mayor 1908, Borough of West 
Ham ; co-opted Member of London 
School Board 1903 ; M.P. (R.) 
Tottenham Div. of Middlesex 



1906-. Recreations : Yachting, 
golf. Clubs : National Liberjd, 
New Reform. Address : The Out" 
look, Woodford GreenjEssex. 

Alderson, Sir Charles Henry : b. 
June 29, 1831 ; s. of Hon. Sir 
E. H. Alderson, of London. Educ, 
Eton ; Balliol 1849 ; Trinity 
(Sch.) 1851 ; ist CI. Mods. 1852 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1853 ; B.A. 1854 ; 
M.A. 1856. Barrister, I.T., 1855 ; 
Fellow of All Souls 1857 ; H.M. 
Inspector 1857-82, chief ditto 
1882-5, of Schools ; 2nd Charity 
Commissioner for England and 
Wales 1 885-1 900, chief ditto 
1900-3 ; C.B. 1899 ; K.C.B. 1903. 
Club : Athenaeum. Address : 40 
Beaufort Gardens, London, S.W. 
[Died May 2. 1913.] 

Alexander, Peier James : b. Feb. 17, 
1895 ; s. of John Alexander, of 
Midfield, Perth. Educ. Fettes ; 
Balliol 1913- (A.W.P.C.); Wil- 
liams Ex. ; Rugby XV. Union 
and Arnold Socs. Address : Mid- 
field, Perth, Scotland. 

^Alexander, Samuel : b. Jan. 6, 
1859 ; s. of Samuel Alexander, of 
Sydney, N.S.W. Educ. Wesley 
Coll., Melbourne ; Melbourne 
Univ. ; Balliol 187&-81 (W.H.F., 
J.L.S.D., A.C.B.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. 
Mods., and ist Math. Mods., 1879 ; 
ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1881 ; 
M.A. 1885 ; Green Moral Philo- 
sophy Prize 1888. Union and 
Brakenbury Socs. Fellow 1881- 
93, Lecturer 1883-8, Lincoln 
Coll. ; Prof, of Philosophy, Univ. 
of Manchester, 1893- ; Hon. 
LL.D., St. Andrews, 1905 ; Pres. 
of Aristotelian Soc. 1908-11; 
F.B.A. 1913. Publications : Moral 
Order and Progress, 1889 ; Locke, 
1908 ; various papers on philo- 
sop)hical subjects (especially a 
series of studies in Realism) in 
Mind, Proceedings of Aristotelian 
Soc, British Journal of Psychology, 
International Journal of Ethics, and 
other journals. Address : 24 
Brunswick Road, Withington, 
Manchester. 

Allan, Henry : b. May 31, 1866 ; 
s. of Alexander Allan, of Glasgow. 



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Educ. Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 
1885-9 (W.R.H., A.L.S., A.H.J., 

-A.V.D.) ; and Jur. 1889 ; B.A. 
1890. Address : Greystone, Prest- 
■wich, AjTTshire. 

'''Allen, Bernard Meredith : b. May 30, 
•1864 ; s. of C. H. Allen, Sec. of 
British and Foreign Anti-Slavery 
Soc. ; m. Aug. i, 1895, Rosa E., 
d. of Rev. J. Hunt Cooke. Educ. 
Highgate School (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1882-6 (W.H.F., J.W.M., 

J.L.S.D.) ; CI. Sch. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1883 ; 1st Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1886 ; Hon. Mention for 
Ireland Sch. ; M.A. 1889 ; Cricket 
2nd XI. Union and Brakenbury 
Socs. Assist. Master Highgate 
School 1888 ; Harrow 1889-92 ; 
Dover Coll. 1893 ; entered Tech- 
nical Education Board, L.C.C., 
1894 ; Assist. Sec, ditto, 1897 ; 
Assist. Executive Officer, L.C.C. 
Education Department, 1905 ; De- 
puty Education Ofi5cer,ditto, 1 909-. 
A ddress : 14 Gainsborough Gardens, 
Hampstead, London, N.W. 

Allen, Edward Howarth : see 
Greenly, E. H. 

Allen, Geoffrey William : h. May 12, 
1893 ; s. of A. W. Allen, of Duf- 
field, Derby. Educ. Uppingham ; 
BaUiol 1912- (N.S.T., E.H.) ; Rugby 
XV. Union and Arnold Socs. Ad- 
dress '. Ellesmere, DufiBeld, Derby. 

Allen, George Boyee : b. Nov. 14, 
1856 ; e. s. of Sir George Wigram 
Allen, K.C.M.G., of Sydney, 
N.S.W. ; m. Dec. 13, 1888, 
Isabella, d. of Joseph Dundas, of 
Fingask and Carron Hall, Stirling- 
shire. Issue : three sons, three 
daughters. Educ. Sydney Gr. 
School ; Univ. of Sydney ; Balliol 
1878-80 (F. de P., A.C.B.) ; 
Minor Ex. Union and Braken- 
bury Socs. B.A., Sydney, 1876 ; 
Barrister, I.T., 1890. Director of 
W. and A. McArthur, Ltd., Silk 
St., London, E.C., and of Mount 
Kembla Collieries, Ltd., Moorgate 
St., London, E.C. Clubs : Devon- 
shire ; Union (Sydney). Address: 
145 Woodstock Road, Oxford. 

'» Allen, Rev. John Seymour : b. 
March 17, 1855 ; s. of Capt. S. P. 



I Allen (ist Life Guards), M.P., 

I M.F.H., of Cresselly, Pembroke ; 

I m. April 1888, Lilian, d. of J. C. 

I Brown, J. P. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1873-7 (R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1875 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1876; 

I 4th Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1877 ; 

j M.A. 1880; Torpid; winner Umv. 
Foils and Silver Medal for Gymnas- 
tics. Wells Theol. Coll. 1877-8 ; 
F.R.G.S. 1878 ; Curate of Frees, 
Salop, 1878-80 ; Vicar of Pembroke 
Dock 1880-94 ; Rector of Clid- 
desden - cum - Farleigh, Hants, 
1 894-. Recreations : Mountaineer- 
ing, travel. Address : Cliddesden 
Rectory, Basingstoke. 
Allen, John William : b. 1865 ; s. 
of J. W. Allen, of London. Educ. 
Marlborough ; Balliol 1884-8. 
(A.L.S., W.H.F.) ; Minor Ex. ; 
ist Mod. Hist. 1887 ; B.A. 1888. 
Address : 30 Blenheim Gardens, 
Willesden Green, London, N.W. 
AUiott, Richard : b. 1870 ; s. of 
Rev. R. Alliott, of Bishop's 
Stortford. Educ. Bishop's Stort- 
ford Gr. School ; Balliol 1889-93 
(J.C, W.H.F.) ; 3rd Nat. Sci. 
(Phys.) 1893 ; B.A. 1894. 
M.R.C.S. ; L.R.C.P. Address : 
ly Augusta Road, Ramsgate. 
Allison, William : b. April 30, 1851 ; 
s. of J. p. Allison, of Kilvington, 
Thirsk ; tn. Aug. 30, 1876, Frances, 
d. of J. L. Walker. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Rugby ; 
BaUiol 1870-4 (R.L.N., A.D.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1872 ; 1st Jur. 
1874; B.A. and M.A. 1896; 
v.^inner Coll. Half-Mile Handicap. 
Union and Dervorguilla Socs. 
Barrister, I.T., 1877 ; Editor 
St. Stephen's Review 1883-1900 ; 
' The Special Commissioner ' of 
The Sportsman ; Founder and 
Hon. Sec. of the Sporting League ; 
Proprietor International Horse 
Agency and Exchange, and of the 
Cobham Stud. Publications : The 
British Thoroughbred Horse ; Blair 
Athol ; The Tory Lordling ; The 
Tale of a Horse ; Hidden Talent ; 
The Parson and the Painter (in 
collaboration with Phil May) ; 
editor of Lowe's Breeding Race- 



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horses by the Figure System. Ad- 
dresses : Park Cottage, Cobham, 
Surrey ; 17 Kensington Gate, 
London, W. 

Allsopp, Henry : b. Aug. 31, 1878 ; 
s. of William Allsopp, of Derby ; 
m. Dec. 28, 1910, Elizabeth May 
Robertson. Educ. Orchard St. 
Board School, and Pupil Teachers' 
Centre, Derby ; Univ. Coll., 
Nottingham, 1897-9 ; Balliol 1907- 
10 (E.J. P., A.L.S., H.W.C.D.) ; 
ist Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1910. 
Vice- Principal and Sec, Ruskin 
Coll., Oxford, 1910 ; H.M. In- 
spector of Schools, 1 9 1 2-. Publica- 
tions : The Voice of One, 1903 ; 
Life and Death, 1905 ; The Wood- 
man, igio; Introduction to English 
Industrial History, 1912 ; edited 
Tennyson's Princess, 1910. Ad- 
dress : Peveril, Bracken Road, 
Darlington. 

Ameer Ali, Waris : b. Oct. 12, 
1886 ; s. of Rt. Hon. the Syed 
Ameer Ali, P.C, C.I.E., M.A., 
LL.D. Educ. Wellington ; Balliol 
1905-9, and 1911 (A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1909 ; Sec. of Univ. Rifle 
Assoc, and of Coll. Rifle Club ; 
snap-shooting team v. Cambridge 
1908-9 ; won Championship of 
Univ. Rifle Assoc. 1908. I.C.S. 
United Prov. ; Assist. Magistrate 
and Collector 191 1. Publications : 
Various articles on shooting and 
on political (especially Eastern) an3 
military questions. Recreations : 
Hunting, shooting, tennis, polo. 
Addresses : 2 Cadogan Place, Lon- 
don, S.W. ; c/o King, King & Co., 
Bombay, India. 

*Ainery, Leopold Charles Maurice 
Stennett : b. Nov. 22, 1873 ; s. of 
C. F. Amery, India Forest Service ; 
m. 1910, Florence, d. of J. Hamar 
Greenwood, of Whitby, Ont. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Harrow 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1892-6 (E.A., 
W.R.H., J.A.S.) ; CI. Ex. ; ist 
CI. Mods., and Prox. Acces. to 
Craven Sch., 1894 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1896 ; M.A. 1901 ; 
Half-blue, cross-country running, 
1895 ; Hockey XI. Union (Lib. 



Committee) andBrakenbury(Pre3.) 
Socs. Ouseley Sch. in Turkish, 
Imperial Institute, 1895 ; Private 
Sec. to Rt. Hon. L. H. Courtney 
1896-7 ; Fellow of All Souls 1897 ; 
travelled in Near East 1897-8; 
Times correspondent in S. Africa 
1899-1900 ; Barrister, I.T., 1902 ; 
Contested (U.) E. Wolverhampton 
1906, 1908, and 1910 ; ditto Bow 
and Bromley 1910 ; M.P. S. Birm- 
ingham 19 11-. Publications: The 
Problem of the Army, 1903 ; Funda- 
mental Fallacies of Free Trade, 
1906 ; The Great Question, 1909 ; 
Union and Strength, 1912 ; Editor 
' Times ' History of Boer War, 
1900-9. Recreations : Travelling, 
moimtaineering, ski-ing, sailing. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Alpine, Bath, 
United Empire. Address : 9 Em- 
bankment Gardens, Chelsea, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

Anderson, Albert John Gordon : b. 
Aug. 30, 1885 ; s. of Rev. J. F. 
Anderson, of Mauritius, and Kew 
Gardens, Surrey. Educ. Private ; 
Balliol 1904-8 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D., 
F.F.U.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 190S ; 
B.A. 1909 ; Hockey XI (Sec. and 
Capt.). Union, Arnold (Treas. and 
Pres.), and Brakenbury Socs. 
Solicitor. Address : 4 Lichfield 
Road, Kew Gardens, Surrey. 

Anderson, Francis Geoffrey Hart- 
nell : b. Dec. 23, 1869 ; s. of E. F. 
Anderson, C.E. ; m. 1893, Kath- 
leen Mary, d. of S. C. Clark. Issue : 
two daughters. Educ. Bath Coll. 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1888-93 (W.R.H., 
J.L.S.D., W.M.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1890 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1892 ; 
Hon. Mention Hertford Sch. ; 
B.A. and M.A. 1906. Union and 
Brakenbury Socs. I.C.S. 1892 ; 
Assist. Collector and Magistrate, 
Bombay Presidency ; Assist. Po- 
litical Agent, Savanur, 1896 ; 
Comptroller, Finance Depart- 
ment, Central Province, 1899 ; 
Deputy Accountant-General, Ben- 
gal, 1900 ; Deputy Comptroller- 
General, Calcutta ; Accountant- 
General, Jammu and Kashmir 
States, 1903 ; Accountant-General, 
Punjab, 1905 Junior Collector 



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and Magistrate, Oct. 1909 ; ditto 
and Political Agent, Surat, Nov. 
1909 ; Sen. Collector and ditto 
191 1- ; on special duty (Maha- 
baleshwar) in Revenue Secre- 
tariat, 1914. Clubs : Byculla, 
Royal Yacht (Bombay). Address : 
c/o H. S. King & Co., 9 Pall Mall, 
London, S.W. 

Anderson, Geoffrey BasQ : b. Jan. 8, 
1893 ; s. of E. Anderson, of Ox- 
ford. Educ. Oxford High School ; 
Balliol 1912- (H.B.H.). Address : 
76 Woodstock Road, Oxford. 

Andorsen, Harold Frederic : b. 
Nov. 4, 1885 ; s. of Harald An- 
dorsen, of London. Educ. Eton; 
Balliol 1903-6 (A.L.S.,H.W.C.D.) ; 
3rd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1906. 
Barrister, I.T.J 1912. Address : 25 
EveljTn Mansions, Carlisle Place, 
S.W. 

Andrewes-Uthwatt, Augustus : b. 
April 25, 1879 ; s. of Thomas 
Andrewes-Uthwatt, of Ballarat, 
Victoria, N.S.W. Educ. Ballarat 
Coll., Victoria ; Balliol 1 901-3 
(E.J.) ; B.C.L. 1903 ; Vinerian 
Sch. 1905 ; Torpid ; Lawn 
Tennis Six. Brakenbury Soc. 
Barrister, G.I., 1904 ; Reader of 
Incorporated Law Soc. Publica- 
tion : Joint-editor of Lindley on 
Partnership, 8 th ed. Club : Re- 
form. Address : 9 Stone Build- 
ings, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Angus, Henry Forbes : b. April 19, 
1891 ; s. of William Angus, of 
Victoria, B.C. Educ. McGill 
Univ. (ist Class Honours in Eco- 
nomics) ; Balliol 191 1- (E.H.) ; 
ist Jur., and B.A., 1913 ; Vinerian 
Law Sch. 1914. Address : c/o 
Bank of Montreal, 47 Threadneedle 
St., London, E.C. 

Anis, Hassan Mohammed : b. 
March 20, 1885 ; s. of Mohammed 
Bey Anis, of Cairo, Educ, Tew- 
fikieh School and Khedivial School 
of Law, Cairo ; Balliol 1903-4 
(E.J., E.H.). 

Annandale, Thomas Nelson : b. 
June 15, 1876 ; s. of Prof. Thomas 
Annandale, F.R.C.S. Educ. Rug- 
by ; Balliol 1895-8 (J.C.) ; 2nd 
Nat. Sci. (Morph.) 1898; B.A. 



1899. Union Soc. Research 
Fellow 1902-4, D.Sc. 1905, 
Univ. of Edinburgh. Deputy 
Superintendent 1904-6, Super- 
intendent 1906-, Indian Museum ; 
Fellow, and Hon. Sec. (Anthrop.), 
1 904-1 1, Hon. Sec. (Biology) 
1914, Asiatic Soc. of Bengal ; 
member of Board of Visitors of 
Indian Institute of Science 1910. 
Publications : The Faroes and 
Iceland ; Studies in Island Life ; 
Freshwater Sponges, Polyps, and 
Polyzoa (in Fauna of British 
India) ; various papers in zoologi- 
cal and anthropological journals ; 
contributor to Fasciculi Malay- 
enses. Club : Bengal United Ser- 
vice (Calcutta). Address : Indian 
Museum, Calcutta, India. 
Anson, Arthur : b. 1857 ; s. of Rev, 
Frederick Anson, Rector of Sud- 
bury, Derby, and Canon of Wind- 
sor. Educ. Haileybury ; Balliol 
1876-80 (F, de P., W.R.A.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1878 ; 3rd Jur. 1880. 
Private Tutor and Tea Planter. 
Address : Carfax, Hatton, Ceylon. 

♦Anson, Frederick Henry : b. Dec. 
3, 1848 ; s. of Rev. Frederick 
Anson, Rector of Sudbury, Derby, 
and Canon of Windsor ; m. 
Aug. 1885, Agnes Henrietta, 
d. of Rt. Hon. Sir T. D. Ac- 
land, Bart. Issue : two daugh- 
ters. Educ. Radley ; Balliol 
1867-71 (E.P., H.J.S.S.) ; ist 
Math. Mods. 1869 ; 2nd Math. 
1871 ; B.A. 1872 ; M.A. 1874 ; 
Torpid ; Eight. Union Soc. 
CivU Engineer ; J.P., County of 
London, 1907 ; Chairman of 
St. Margaret's Bench, West- 
minster, 1911, of Managers of 
L.C.C. Schools, Westminster, of 
Westminster Skilled Employment 
Committee, and of Herts, and 
Essex Waterworks Co. Recrea- 
tions : Photography, golf, music. 
Club : Athenaeum. Address : 72 
St. George's Square, London, S.W. 

*Anson, Sir William Reynell, 3rd 
Bart. : b. Nov. 14, 1843 ; s. of Sir 
J. W. H. Anson, 2nd Bart. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1862-6 (E.C.W., 
E.P,, J.R., B.J.) ; ist CI. Mods. 



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1863 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1866 ; M.A. 1869 ; B.C.L. 1875 ; 
D.C.L. 1881. Fellow 1867, War- 
den i88i-, All Souls Coll. ; Barris- 
ter 1869, Bencher 1900, I.T. ; 
Vinerian Reader in English Law 
1874-81 ; Examiner in Jur. 1876, 
7; 1880,2,3,4; 1895; Contested 
(L.) W. Staffs. 1880; Fellow of 
Eton Coll. 1883 ; Chancellor of the 
Diocese of Oxford 1899-1912 ; 
Trustee of Jowett Memorial Fund ; 
Alderman, City of Oxford, 1892-6 ; 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions for 
Oxfordshire 1894- ; Vice-Chancel- 
lor, Oxford Univ., 1898 ; M.P., 
ditto, 1899- ; Parliamentary Sec, 
Board of Education, 1902-5 ; 
Trustee, National Portrait Gallery, 
1904- ; P.C, and Trustee of the 
British Museum, 191 1 ; Curator 
of Bodleian Library ; member of 
the Visitatorial Board ; Delegate of 
Non-Collegiate Students ; Corre- 
sponding member of French 
Academy of Moral Sciences; 
LL.D., Cambridge ; Edinburgh ; 
D.C.L., Durham, 1913 ; F.B.A. 
Publications : Principles of the 
English Law of Contract ; Law and 
Custom of the Constitution : Part I, 
Parliament ; Part II, The Crown ; 
Editor of Memoirs of ^rd Duke of 
Grafton. Clubs: Brooks's, Athe- 
naeum,Travellers', New University. 
Addresses : 194 Ashley Gardens, 
London, S.W. ; Pusey House, 
Faringdon ; AH Souls College, 
Oxford. 

*ArgIes, Rev. Canon George Mar- 
sham : b. July 12, 1841 ; s. of 
Very Rev. Marsham Argles, Dean 
of Peterborough ; m. 1870, Mary 
Ann, d. of Thomas Harrison, of 
Singleton Park, Kendal. Issue : 
three sons, five daughters. Educ. 
Harrow; Balliol 1861-5 (J.R.) ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1864 ; 
Denyer and Johnson Sch., and 
M.A., 1867. Ordained d. 1865, 
p. i866 ; Curate of Christ Church, 
Doncaster, 1865-71 ; Rector of 
St. Clement's, York, 1871- ; 
Canon of York 1888 ; Proctor in 
Convocation for Archdeaconry of 
York 1896 ; Exam. Chapl. to 



Bishop of Peterborough 1897. 
Publication : Instructions for 
Confirmation. Addresses : St. 
Clement's Rectory, York ; Haw- 
barrow, Milnthorpe, Westmor- 
land. 

^Argles, Hubert Davys : b. May 28, 
1879 ; s. of Rev. Canon G. M. 
Argles, Rector of St. Clement's, 
York. Educ. Charterhouse ; Bal- 
liol 1898-1902 (E.A., F.F.U.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1900 ; 4th Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1902 ; M.A. 1906 ; 
Torpid and Eight (cox). Braken- 
bury Soc. Sub-Agent to Earl 
Manvers, and Agent to the Dowa- 
ger Countess of Carnarvon. Club : 
Leander. Address: White Lodge, 
Thoresby Park, Ollerton. 

*Arkwright, Godfrey Edward Pel- 
lew : b. April 10, 1864 ; s. of Rev. 
G. H. Arkwright, of Sutton Scars- 
dale, Derbyshire. Educ. Eton ; 
BalUol 1883-7 (J.W.M., F. de P., 
R.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1885 ; 
4th Lit. Hum. 1887; B.A. and 
M.A. 1906. Address : Crowshott, 
Highclere, Newbury. 

Arkwright, Walter George : b.x866; 
s. of Rev. G. H. Arkwright, of Sut- 
ton Scarsdale, Derbyshire. Educ. 
Private; BalUol 1884-7 (W.H.F., 
J.L.S.D., A.L.S., R.L.); Ex.; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1885 ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1887. Address: Great 
Gravels, Newbury. 

*Amiitage, Valentine Leathley : b. 
Feb. 14, 1888; s. of Rev. A. L. 
Armitage, Vicar of Gretton, 
Northants. Educ. King's School, 
Canterbury ; Balliol 1906-9 and 
1911 (E.J.P., J.A.S.) ; 4th Mod. 
Lang. (French) 1910 ; B.A. 1911 ; 
M.A. 1913; Torpid (2). Lecturer 
in English, Lyc6e de Gargons, 
Rennes, 1 909-11 ; ditto Univ. 
of Rennes ; Dipl6me de la langue 
et de la littlratiure franjaises, 
Univ. of Rennes, 1911 ; Mod. 
Lang. Master, Gore Court, Sitting- 
bourne, and The Grange, Folke- 
stone, 1911-14 ; Assist, ditto, 
Rossall, 1914- ; connected with 
Boy Scout Movement, E. North- 
ants. Address : Gretton Vicarage; 
Northampton. 



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Armltstead, George Henry : b. 

April 24, 1853 ; s. of Robert 
Annitstead, of Dunscar, Bolton. 
Educ. Thorpe MandeviUe ; Eton 
(King's Sch.) ; Balliol 1873-5 
(T.H.G.) ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1875 ; M.A, 1890 ; Eight ; 
O.U.A.C., Three Miles v. Cam- 
bridge. Solicitor 1878. Address : 
136 Terminus Road, Eastbourne. 
[Died Dec. 23, 1911.] 

Armour, John Stuart : b. Jan. 25, 
1885 ; s. of William Armour, of 
Glasgow. Educ. Glasgow Univ. ; 
Balliol 1911-13 (H.W.C.D.); 3rd 
Mod. Hist. 1913 ; Assoc. XI. 
Address : 19 Kelvinside Gardens 
East, Glasgow. 

* Arnold, Ernest Penrose : b. Aug. i, 
1847; s. of Rev. C. T. Arnold, 
Assist. Master at Rugby ; m. 
April 3, 1880, Clara EUza, d. of 
Dr. Richard Bright, of Guy's 
Hospital. Educ. Rugby ; BalUol 
1 867-70 (B.J.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1869 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum. 1871 ; B.A. 1874 ; 
M.A. 1877. Studied in Berlin, 
Munich, Wiirzburg, and Paris, 
1 871-2 ; Assist. Master, Clifton 
Coll., 1873-7 ; Joint Master, 
Wixenford School, 1877-9; Head 
Master, ditto, 1 879-1 903. Address: 
Stilemans, Godalming, Surrev. 

Arnold, Rev. Kerchever William : 
b. 1831 ; s. of Rev, T. K. Arnold, 
of Lyndon, Rutland. Educ. Ros- 
sall ; Balliol 1850-4 ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum. 1854 ; B.A. 1855. Curate 
of TopchfEe, Yorks., 1856-60. 
[Died June 22, 1911.] 

^Arthur, James Startin Wills : b. 
March 9, 1881 ; s. of Rev. W. W. 
Arthur, Rector of Atherington, 
Devon. Educ. Marlborough 

(Foundation Sch.) ; Balliol 1900- 
4 (A.L.S., F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1902 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1904; M.A. 
1911. Colonial Civil Service, 
Cadet, 1904 ; studied Chinese at 
Amoy 1905-7 ; appointments in 
Singapore, Penang, &c., 1908-. 
Club: Junior Carlton. Addresses: 
Atherington Rectory, Umberleigh, 
R.S.O., N. Devon ; Penang, Singa- 
pore, Straits Settlements. 



Arundel, Arthur Duncan Stuart : 

b. Oct. 4, 1882 ; s. of Sir A. T. 
Arundel, K.C.S.I. Educ. Charter- 
house ; Balliol 1901-3 and 1905-6 
(F. de P., A.W.P.C.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1903 ; B.A. 1906. Arnold 
Soc. Schoolmaster 1906-7 ; 
studied at Univ. Coll. of Wales, 
Aberystwith, 1908-9, Edinburgh 
Univ., 1909-10, and St. Andrews 
Univ., 1910-11. Recreations : 
Athletics, cross-country nmning. 
Address : Uplands, Maybury HiU, 
Woking. 

Arundelf, Rev. Gilbert Harris- : b. 
1869 ; s. of W. R. A. H.-Arundell, 
of Lifton, Devon ; m. Jan. 5, 
1904, Theodora Isabella, d. of 
J. H. de C. Bellamy. Issue : one 
son. Educ. Blundell's ; BalUol 
1889-90 (W.R.H., R.L.N.) ; Newte 
Ex. ; B.A. 1895. Schoolmaster ; 
ordained d. 1907, p. 1908 ; Ciurateof 
Stoke Damarel 1907-9; St. Mary 
Magdalene, Barnstaple, 1909-10 ; 
Lew Trenchard, 1910-. Address : 
The Ramps, Lew Down, Devon. 

♦Ashbumer, Walter : 6. at Boston, 
Mass., March 13, 1864 ; s. of Samuel 
Ashburner. Educ. Univ. Coll. 
School, London ; Balliol 1883-7 
(E.A.) ; Domus and Jenkyns Ex. ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1884 ; Gaisford 
Prize (Prose) 1885 ; Craven Sch. 
1886 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1887 ; Eldon Law Sch. 1889 ; 
M.A. 1890 ; Fellow of Merton 
1887-94. Barrister, L.I., 1892. 
Publications : Concise Treatise on 
Mortgages, 1897 ; Principles oj 
Equity, 1902 ; The Rhodian Sea- 
Law (edited from the MSB.), 1909. 
Club : Reform. Address : 6 Piazza 
San Lorenzo, Florence, Italy. 

Ashley, George Randolph : b. July, 
1858 ; s. of Rev. Prebendary 
G. E. Ashley, Rector of Stretton- 
Sugwas ; m. 1882, Alice Louisa, 
d. of R. O. Davies, of Pencraig. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Eton ; 
BalUol 1877-80 (W.H.F., R.G.T.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1879 ; 4th Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1881 ; Cricket 
XL Union Soc. Assist. Master 
St. Mark's School, Windsor, 1881- 
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Welsh Fusiliers ; J. P. Carnarvon- 
shire. Clubs : Marylebone, Con- 
stitutional. Address : Hafaned, 
Bettws-y-coed, Carnarvon. 

Ashley, William James : b. Feb. 25, 
i860 ; s. of James Ashley, of 
Bermondsey ; m. 1888, Margaret, d. 
of G. Birkbeck Hill, D.C.L. Issue : 
one son, two daughters. Educ. 
St. Olave's Grammar School, 
Southwark (Sch.) ; BaUiol 1878- 
81 (A.L.S., J.F.B.) ; Brakenbury 
Sch. ; Shakespeare Prize, 1880 ; 
ist Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1881 ; 
Lothian Prize 1882 ; M.A. 1885 ; 
Fellow and Hist. Lecturer, Lin- 
coln, 1885-8 ; Hist. Lecturer, Cor- 
pus, 1885-8; Prof, of PoUtical 
Economy and Constitutional Hist., 
Univ. of Toronto, 1888 ; Prof, of 
Economic Hist., Harvard Univ., 
U.S.A., 1892 ; Corresponding 
Member, Massachusetts Historical 
Society, 1901 ; Prof, of Commerce, 
1901-, Dean of Faculty of Com- 
merce, 1902-, Univ. of Birming- 
ham ; Pres. Economic Science 
Section of British Assoc. 1907, 
and of Economic Hist. Section of 
Intemat. Hist. Congress, 1913 ; 
M.Com. ; Ph.D., Berlin, 1910. 
Publications : Introduction to 
English Economic History and 
Theory : Part I, The Middle Ages, 
1888 ; Part II, The End of the 
Middle Ages, 1893 ; Surveys, 
Historic and Economic, 1900 ; 
Adjustment of Wages, 1903 ; The 
Tariff Problem, 1903 (3rd ed., 
enlarged, 191 1) ; Progress of the 
German Working Classes, 1904 ; 
The Rise in Prices, 1912 ; edited 
Economic Classics (and translated 
therein Turgot, Reflections, and 
SchmoUer, Mercantile System) ; 
British Industries, 1903 ; Mill's 
Political Economy, 1909 ; and 
British Dominions, 1911. Ad- 
dress : 3 Yateley Road, Edg- 
baston, Birmingham. 

Asliton, Arttiur Jacob : b. Feb. 4, 
1855 ; s. of Walter Ashton, Bank 
Manager, of Warrington ; m. 
1890, Emma, d. of Dr. Thomas 
Bumie, of Nottingham. Issue : 
one son, two daughters. Educ. 



Manchester Gr. School ; Balliol 
1874-8 (F. de P., A.C.B.) ; Sch. ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1875 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1878. Union Soc. 
Barrister, I.T., 1881 ; K.C. 1906; 
Recorder of Manchester, 191 4-. 
Clubs : Garrick, Reform. Ad- 
dresses: 2 Mitre Court Buildings, 
Temple, London, E.C. ; 4 Lad- 
broke Square, London, W. ; 
Lavender Walk, Rye, Sussex. 

Asliton, Edward Dealdn : b. Oct. 
27, 1889 ; s. of H. D. Ashton, J.P., 
of Darwen. Educ. Sedbergh ; 
Balliol 1908-12 (C.B., A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 1912 ; 
B.A. 1913. Address : Ellerslie, 
Darwen. 

Ashton-Gwatkin, Frank Trelawny 
Arthur: b. April 14, 1889 ; s. of 
Rev. W. H. T. Ashton-Gwatkin, 
Rector of Wrotham. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1907-9 (H.W.C.D.) ; New- 
digate Prize 1909. Student Inter- 
pretership, Japan, 1913. Address : 
British Embassy, Tokyo, Japan. 

Asquith, Cyril : 6. Feb. 5, 1890 ; 
s. of Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith, 
K.C, M.P., Prime Minister and 
Sec. of State for War. Educ. 
Winchester (Sch.) ; Balliol 1909- 
13 (C.B., A.D.L.); CI. Sch.; 
dist. in Craven, and Prox. Acces. 
Hertford Schs. 1910 ; ist CI. 
Mods., and Hertford, Craven, and 
Ireland Schs., 1911 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and Eldon Law Sch., 191 3 ; 
B.A. 1914. Fellow of Magdalen 
191 3-. Address : Magdalen Col- 
lege, Oxford. 

Asquith, Herbert : b. March n, 
1881 ; s. of Rt. Hon. H. H. 
Asquith, K.C, M.P., Prime Minis- 
ter and Sec. of State for War. 
Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 1900-4 
(A.W.P.C, H.W.C.D.) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1902 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
1904. Union Soc. (Treas. and 
Lib. 1902, Pres. 1903). Barrister, 
L.I., 1907. Address : 20 Caven- 
dish Square, London, W. 

Asquith, Rt. Hon. Herbert Henry : 

b. Sept. 12, 1852 ; s. of J. D. 
Asquith, of Croft House, Morley ; 
m. (i) 1877, Helen, d. of F. Mel- 
land, of Manchester. Issue : four 



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sons, one daughter ; (2) 1894, 
Emma Alice Margaret, d. of Sir 
C. Tennant, Bart. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. City of 
London School ; Balliol 1870-4 ; 
Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 1872 ; ist 
Lit. Hum., Craven Sch., and B.A., 
1874 ; Hon. D.C.L. 1904. Union 
Soc. (Treas. 1872-3, Pres. 1874). 
Fellow 1874-82, Hon. Fellow 1908, 
Balliol. Barrister, L.I., 1876 ; 
M.P. (L.) for East Fife 1886- ; 
Jun. Counsel to Sir Charles Russell, 
Parnell Commission, 1889 ; Q.C. 
1890 ; Sec. of State for Home 
Department 1892-5 ; Ecclesiasti- 
cal Commissioner 1892-5 ; P.C. 
1892 ; Lord Rector, Glasgow 
Univ., 1905 ; Chancellor of Ex- 
chequer 1905-8 ; Prime Minister 
and First Lord of Treasury 1908- ; 
Sec. of State for War 1914- ; 
Hon. LL.D., Cambridge, 1908, 
Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, and 
St. Andrews ; Lord Rector, Aber- 
deen Univ., 1908 ; Elder Brother 
of Trinity House 1909 ; F.R.S. ; 
D.C.L. Durham 1913. Recreation : 
Golf. Clubs : Brooks's, Athe- 
naeum, Reform, National Liberal. 
Addresses : 10 Downing St., 
London, S.W. ; 20 Cavendish 
Square, London, W. 

*Asquith, Raymond : b. Nov. 6, 

1878; s. of Rt. Hon. H. H. 
Asquith, K.C., M.P., Prime 
Minister and Sec. of State for 
War ; m. July 25, 1907, Katharine 
Frances, d. of Sir John Homer, 
K.C.V.O. Issue : two daughters. 
Educ. Winchester (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1897-1902 (F. de P., J.A.S., E.J.) ; 
Sch. ; Craven Sch., and Prox. 
Access, to Hertford Sch., 1898 ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1899 ; Ireland Sch. 
1900 ; ist Lit. Hum., Jenkyns Ex., 
and B.A., 1901 ; ist Jur., and 
Derby and Eldon Schs., 1902 ; M.A. 
1904 ; Assoc. XI (capt.). Union 
(Lib. 1899, Pres. 1900), Dervor- 
guilla (Pres.), and Annandale 
(Pres.) Socs. Fellow of All Souls 
1902-10 ; Barrister, I.T., 1904 ; 
Jun. British Counsel at the Hague 
Arbitration on the Newfoundland 
Fisheries question 1909. Recrea- 



tions : Shooting, golf. Clubsr. 
Brooks's, Union ; Hampshire 
County and Sunningdale Golf, 
Addresses : 49 Bedford Square, 
London, W.C. ; i Paper Build- 
ings, Temple, London, E.C. 

^Asquith, WilUam WiUans : b. 
June 23, 1851 ; s. of J. D. Asquith, 
of Croft House, Morley. Educ. 
City of London School ; Balliol 
1871-5 (F. de P., T.H.G.) ; 
Minor Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1872 ; 
ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1875 ; 
M.A. 1879. Assist. Master Clifton 
Coll. 1 876-1 9 10. Club : National 
Liberal. Address: 15 The Pryors, 
East Heath Road, Hampstead, 
London, N.W. 

Aston, Arthur Henry Southcote : 
b. July 4, 1874 ; s. of H. F. Aston, 
Puisne Judge of the High Court 
of Bombay ; m. April 16, 1906, 
Ada Lilian, d. of Col. Albany 
Savile. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Harrow (Bot- 
field Sch.) ; Balliol 1893-6 
(W.H.F., A.L.S.) ; B.A. and M.A. 
1 901 ; Eight ; Cricket XL An- 
nandale and Dervorguilla Socs. 
Barrister, L.I., 1901 ; member 
Inns of Court R.V. ; practised at 
Bombay Bar 1902-6 ; Hon. Sec. 
Bombay Cricket Gymkhana 1904- 
5 ; Public Prosecutor and Govern- 
ment Pleader, Sind, 1906 ; Chief 
Presiding Magistrate and Revenue 
Judge, Bombay, 1907. Publica- 
tion : Joint editor Starling's 
Indian Criminal Law, 8th ed. 
Clubs : Bath ; Royal Yacht, 
Byculla (Bombay). Address : c/o 
Grindlay & Co., Bombay, India. 

Aston, Ernest John Southcote : b. 
Nov. 12, 1875 ; s. of H. F. Aston, 
Puisne Judge of the High Court 
of Bombay ; tn. Sept, 16, 1908, 
Blossom Matilda Haye. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1893-7 (A.L.S., W.H.F.); 3rd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1897 ; 
Eight ; Torpid. Dervorguilla 
Soc. Entered service of British 
S. Africa Co. 1898 ; took part in 
Boer War under Col. Plumer 
(present at relief of Mafeking) ; 
Acting Registrar of Deeds, 



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Patents, and Trademarks, 1907 
and 1909 ; Acting Magistrate and 
Civil Commissioner, Victoria Dis- 
trict, 1907 ; Assist. Magistrate, 
Hartley, 191 1 ; ditto, Buluwayo, 
1911-12; ditto, Gwelo, 1912-. 
Address : Gwelo, Rhodesia, S. 
Africa. 

Atkins, Charles Herbert : b. Dec 
31, 1870 ; s. of John Atkins, of 
Coventry ; m. Aug. 15, 1900, 
Amelia Farquhar, d. of Robert 
Lumsden, of Aberdeen. Issue : 
three sons, two daughters. Educ. 
King Henry VIII's School, Coven- 
try (Sch.) ; Balliol 1889-91 
(W.M.) ; Morrison Fours ; Tor- 
pid (2). Union and Arnold Socs. 
I.C.S. 1891 ; Registrar, Punjab 
Chief Court, 1898-9 ; Divisional 
Judge, Ferozepore ; Deputy Com- 
missioner, Lahore, Shahpur, and 
Ferozepore Districts ; Political 
Agent, Phulkian States and Baha- 
walpur, 1910. Recreations : Polo, 
shooting. Clubs : East India 
United Service; United Service 
(Simla), Punjab (Lahore). Ad- 
dresses : c/o Secretariat, Lahore, 
India ; The Bungalow, Porlock, 
Som. 

Atkins, John de Conrcy : b. Nov. 4, 

1859 ; s. of J. R. Atkins, of the 
Public Record Of&ce ; m. June 23, 
1896, Gertrude, d. of A. Black. 
Issue : one daughter. Educ. 
University Coll. School ; London 
Univ. ; Balliol 1878-80 (A.T.) ; 
played for Univ. Chess Club. 
I.C.S. ; Assist. Collector and 
Magistrate, Forest Settlement 
Of&cer, Under-Sec. to Government 
in Financial and Revenue Depart- 
ments, Deputy Accountant- 
General, Postmaster-General, 

Junior Sec. to Government in 
General, Education, &c.. Depart- 
ments, Bombay, 1880-95 ; Sec. 
to Government, ditto, 1896 ; 
Senior Collector, Satara, and 
Political Agent, Phaltan, 1901-4 ; 
Collector of Surat; Acting Com- 
missioner, N.D., 1904-9. Retired 
1909. Recreations : Golf, lawn 
tennis, croquet, bridge, chess. 
Clubs : East India United Ser- 



vice ; Roehampton. Address : 
37 Holland Villas Road, London, 
W. 

Auld, William James : b. June 21, 
1882 ; s. of Robert Auld, of 
Greenock. Educ. Greenock Aca- 
demy ; Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 
1904-7 (J.A.S., H.W.C.D., 
J.L.S.D.) ; Snell Ex. ; 4th Lit. 
Hum. 1907 ; B.A. 1908. Assist. 
Master, Ayr Academy, 1907-10 ; 
Classical Master, Leith Academy, 
1910-. Address : 31 Ryehill 
Terrace, Leith, Scotland. 

♦Austen-Leigh, Rev. Arthur Henry : 
b. Feb. 28, 1836 ; s. of Rev. J. E. 
Austen-Leigh, Vicar of Bray ; 
m. 1876, Mary Violet, d. of R, 
Hall, of Oakley Court, Windsor. 
Issue : seven children. Educ. 
Cheltenham ; Balliol 1855-9 
(E.C.W.) ; Craven Sch. 1857 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1858 ; ist Law and 
Hist. 1859; B.A. i860; M.A. 
1866 ; B.D. 1872 ; Cricket XI ; 
Univ. Junior Racquets. Ordained 
d. 1864, p. 1865 ; formerly Fel- 
low of St, John's ; Curate of 
Christ Church, Marylebone, 1865- 
7 ; ditto. Bray, Berks., 1867-74 ; 
Rector of Winterboum 1875-90 ; 
Vicar of Wargrave 1890-1911. 
Member Governing Body Chelten- 
ham Coll. C/«6 : Marylebone. Ad- 
dress : 2 Southcote Road, Read- 
ing. 

Austen-Leigh, Charles Edward : b. 
1833 ; s. of Rev. J. E. Austen- Leigh, 
Vicar of Bray. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1851 ; Craven Sch. 1851. 
Principal Clerk of Committees, 
House of Commons, 1892-7. 
Recreations : Shooting, fishing, 
stalking, golf. Club : Oriental. 
Address : Frog Firle, Berwick 
Station, Sussex. 

♦Avebury, Rt. Hon. Lord, 2nd 
Baron, John Birkbeck Lubbock : 
b. Oct. 4, 1858 ; s. of ist Lord 
Avebury. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1878-81 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1879 ; 
2nd Jmr. 1881 ; B.A. and M.A. 
1885. Partner in Robarts, Lub- 
bock & Co., Bankers. Club : 
Arthur's. Address : 15 Lombard 
St., London, E.C. 



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Backhouse, Edward : b. Oct. 26, 
1876 ; s. of James E. Backhouse, 
of Hurworth ; m. April 8, 1902, 
Lucy Backhouse, d. of E. B. 
Moimsey, of Blackwell Hill, 
Darlington. Educ. Leighton Park 
School, Reading ; Balliol 1895-8 
(A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 1898; 
B.A. 1899 ; Arnold Soc. (Vice- 
Pres.). Local Director, Barclay 
and Co., Ltd., Stockton-on-Tees, 
1906, Darlington 1908 ; J. P. 
Durham County 1907 ; Pres. 
S.E. Durham Liberal Assoc. 
1904-. Recreation : Mountaineer- 
ing. Address : Blackwell Manor, 
Darlington. 

Backhouse, Kenneth James : b. 

April 26, 1885 ; s. of James E. 
Backhouse, of Hurworth. Educ. 
Leighton Park School, Reading ; 
Balliol 1903-7 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.); 
4th Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1907. 
Address: Hurworth Grange, Croft, 
Darlington. [Died Jan. 8, 1912.] 

Bacon, His Honoiv Judge Francis 
Henry : b. Oct. 7, 1831 ; s. of 
Rt. Hon. Sir James Bacon, Vice- 
Chancellor. Educ. King's Coll. 
School ; Private ; Balliol 1850- 
4 (B.J., E.C.W., G.B.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1852 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1854; M.A. 1856. Barrister, 
L.I., 1856 ; Revising Barrister 
of the Metropolitan Boroughs ; 
County Coiurt Judge, Blooms- 
bury and Whitechapel, 1878-1911. 

. Clubs : Athenaeum, United Univ., 
Automobile, Ranelagh, and Hur- 
lingham. Addresses : i Lancaster 
Gate Terrace, London, W. ; Comp- 
ton Beauchamp, Shrivenham. 
[Died June 10, 191 1.] 

Bacon, Roger Sewell : b. Jan. 23, 
1895 ; s. of Sewell Bacon, of Ox- 
ton, Birkenhead. Educ. Rugby; 
Balliol 1913- (A.D.L.). Union 
and Arnold Socs. Address: High- 
ground, Oxton, Birkenhead. 

■"Badcock, Hugh Daniel : b. Jan. 9, 
1871 ; s. of Daniel Badcock, of 
Kilve Court, Bridgwater, Som. ; 
m. Jtgoi, Margaret Isabel, d. of 
D. R. Close. Issue : one son. 



Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1890-4 
(J.W.R.) ; 2nd Math. Mods. 1892 ; 
2nd Math., and B.A., 1894 ; 
M.A. 1897; Univ. Hockey XI 
1893-4. Union, Dervorguilla, and 
Brakenbury Socs. Civil Engineer ; 
A.M.I.C.E. 1897; Resident En- 
gineer Weymouth Sewage Works 
1897-8 ; Sergeant in West Somer- 
set Yeomanry in S. African War 
(Queen's medal, four clasps) ; 
Inspector of Machinery, and J. P., 
Transvaal, 1901-2 ; CityEngineer, 
Pretoria, 1902-8 ; Commissioner 
of Works, member of Legislative 
Council, and J. P., Fiji Islands, 
1910-12. Club : New Oxford and 
Cambridge. Address : Kilve Court, 
near Bridgwater. 

Badenoeh, Alexander Cameron : 6. 
July 2, 1889 ; s. of Alexander 
Badenoeh, of Dunfermline. Educ. 
Edinburgh Univ. ; Balliol 1911-12 
(J.L.S.D.) ; Morrison Fours 1912. 
I.C.S. Address : U.F.C. Abbey 
Manse, Dunfermline, Scotland. 

*Baden-PoweIl, Frank Smyth : b. 
July 29, 1850 ; s. of Rev. Prof . 
Baden-Powell, F.R.S., of Oxford, 
and Langton, Kent ; m. May 1902, 
Florence Sydney, d. of James 
Watt, of Napier, New Zealand. 
Issue : one son. Educ. St. Paul's 
School, London ; Marlborough ; 
BaUiol 1871-5 (B.J.) ; 3rd Nat. 
Sci. 1875 ; B.A. 1876 ; M.A. 1878 ; 
Univ. Rugby XV ; winner various 
college athletic prizes. F.R.G.S. ; 
F.Z.S. ; Barrister, I.T., 1883 ; 
studied art in Paris 1883-5 (paint- 
ing under Carolus Duran, and 
sculpture under Rodin) ; ex- 
hibited at Royal Academy, Paris 
Salon, &c. Recreations : Travel- 
ling, shooting, fly-fishing, billiards, 
mechanical inventions. Clubs : 
Shikar, White's, Arts, Ranelagh ; 
Royal and Ancient St. Andrews, 
Royal Wimbledon Golf, Skating. 
Address : Langton House, Palace 
Gate, London, W. 

*Bagnold, Alexander Bumes : b. 
March 8, 1846 ; s. of Major- 
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Educ, Cheltenham (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1864-8 (E.C.W.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1866 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1868 ; B.A. 
1869 ; M.A. 1872. Barrister, L.I., 
1870 ; Assist. Sec. Fire Of&ces' 
Committee 1886-90 ; Sec, ditto, 
1 890-191 1. Clubs : Union, Bath. 
Address : 59 Warrington Crescent, 
London, W. 

*Bailey, Cyril : b. April 13, 1871 ; 
s. of Alfred Bailey, Barrister-at- 
Law, formerly FeUow of Univer- 
sity Coll. ; m. Jan. 2, 1912, 
Gemma, d. of Rt. Rev. Mandell 
Creighton, D.D., Bishop of Lon- 
don. Issue : one daughter. Educ. 
St. Paul's School (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1890-4 (W.R.H., J.L.S.D., E.A., 
R.L.N., J.A.S.) ; Sch. ; Hertford and 
Craven Schs. 1891 ; ist CI. Mods. 
1892 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1894 ; M.A. 1897 ; Cricket and 
Hockey XI's. Brakenbury Soc. 
(Pres.). Fellow 1894, Assist. 
Tutor 1896, Tutor 1900, Exeter ; 
Fellow and Tutor 1902-, Librarian 
1906-13, Tutor for Admissions 
1908-, Dean of Exams. 191 3-, 
Balliol. Served as CI. Moderator 
(Chairman 1914), and Exam, for 
Hertford, Ireland, and Craven 
Schs. ; member of Appointments 
Committee ; Governor St. Paul's 
School 1901-. Publications: Text of 
Lucretius {Bibliotheca Oxoniensis), 
1898 ; Religion of Ancient Rome, 
1907 ; Translation of Lucretius, 
1910. Clubs : Savile, Alpine. 
Addresses: Balliol College, and 
7 Banbury Road, Oxford. 

Baillie, Alexander William Mow- 
bray : 6. March 16, 1843 ; s. of 
George Baillie, H.E.I.C.S. Educ. 
Edinburgh Academy ; Balliol 
1862-7 (B.J.) ; Ex. ; 1st CI. 
Mods. 1864 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1866 ; 
B.A. 1867. Union Soc. Barrister, 
I.T., 1871. Clubs : New Univer- 
sity, Oxford and Cambridge. 
Address : 11 Chantrey House, 
Eccleston St., London, S.W. 

Bidllle, George Edwin : b. July 7, 
1877; s. of G. O. Baillie, 
H.E.I.C.S. Educ. Charterhouse ; 
Balliol 1896-1900 (A.L.S., W.H.F., 
E.J.) ; B.A. 1900. Address : New 



University Club, St. James's St.. 
London, S.W. 

Bailward, Geoffrey : b. Nov. 28, 

1884 ; s. of T. H. M. Bailward, 
J . P. Educ. Summerfields, Oxford ; 
Eton; Balliol 1903-7 (J.L.S.D., 
C.B.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1905 ; 4th 
Lit, Hum. 1907 ; B.A. 1908. 
Brakenbury Soc. Engaged with 
Burma Oil Co. Address : Hor- 
sington Manor ,Templecombe, Som. 

Bailward, Thomas Henry Methuen : 
b. Dec. 14, 1843 ; s. of John Bail- 
ward, of Horsington Manor, Som. ; 
m. 1882, Margaret Eliza, d. of 
H. Hobhouse. Issue : five sons, 
one daughter. Educ. Eton ; Bal- 
liol 1862-6 (E.C.W., E.P.) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1864 ; 3rd Law and Hist. 
1866 ; B.A. 1867. Chairman of 
Board of Guardians and of Dis- 
trict Council ; member of County 
Council, and J.P., Som. Address : 
Horsington Manor, Templecombe, 
Som. [Died Nov. 23, 1913.] 

^Bailward, William Amias : b. 
June 11, 1852 ; s. of John Bail- 
ward, of Horsington Manor, Som. 
Educ. Rugby (Ex.) ; Balliol 1871- 
4 (J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1873 ; 
B.A. 1876 ; M.A. 1879. Barrister, 
I.T., 1884 ; active member Lon- 
don C.O.S. since 1886 ; Chairman 
Ad. Committee, ditto, 1899-1913 ; 
Poor Law Guardian, Bethnal 
Green (formerly Chairman of 
Board) ; Governor of Parmiter 
(Bethnal Green) and Grey Coat 
(Westminster) Schools ; member 
of Port of London Immigration 
Board, and of Central Unem- 
ployed Body. Publications : articles 
and papers on social questions 
in various Reviews. Recreations : 
Shooting and fishing. Clubs : New 
University, Arthur's. Address : 
1 Prince's Mansions, Victoria St., 
London, S.W. 

Baines, Fredericit John Talbot : b. 
July 25, 1892 ; s. of Talbot 
Baines, of Haywards Heath, 
Educ. Rep ton ; Balliol 191 1- 
(H.W.C.D., N.S.T., A.D.L.) ; 
Univ. Freshmen's and Coll. Assoc. 
XI's; Cricket XI. Address: 
Lucas's, Haywards Heath, Sussex. 



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Balnes, Rev. Montague Charles 
Alexander : b. 1842 ; s. of Rev. 
C. T. J. Baines, Vicar of North 
Carlton, Lines. Educ. Private ; 
Non-Coil. 1878; Balliol 1 881-2 ; 
2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1882 ; 
M.A. 1886. Ordained d. and p. 
1 891 ; Curate and Rector of 
Carlby 1891-. Address : Carlby 
Rectory, Stamford. 

Baker, Rev. Arthur : 6. Jan. 27, 
1863 ; s. of Major-General W. A. 
Baker, R.E. ; m. 1906, Ann Read, 
d. of T. B. Eves. Educ. Clifton 
(Sch. and Ex.) ; Balliol 1880-4 
(A.T., R.L.N.) ; I.C.S. Proba- 
tioner ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1884; M.A, 1887. Minister of 
Truro Congregational Church ; 
Vice-Pres. of West Cornwall 
Federation of Free Churches ; 
winner of ' Russell Cup ', City of 
London Chess Club, 1904 ; ditto, 
Cornish ' Emigrant Cup ', 1907 ; 
ditto, 2nd CI., National Chess 
Congress, Oxford, 1910. Publica- 
tions : Latin Prose ; Outlines of 
Logic, Psychology, and Ethics. 
Recreation : Chess. 

Baker, Frederick Cecil : b. June 12, 
1889 ; s. of F. W. Baker, of Hook 
Heath, Woking. Educ. Welling- 
ton ; Balliol 1907-10 (F. de P., 
C.B., H.B.H.) ; 2nd Nat. Sci. 
(Geol.), and B.A., 1910. Address : 
c/o F. Butcher, 5 Moorgate St., 
London, W.C. 

Baker, George Prescott : b. Feb. 22, 
1877 ; s. of L. E. Baker, of Yar- 
mouth, N.S. ; tn. April 29, 1903, 
Mabel Thomfrey, d. of A. E. Ellis. 
Issue: four children. Educ.St.PauTs 
School, Concord, U.S.A.; Balliol 
1899 (A.L.S.). Union and Arnold 
Socs. Coal Merchant. Address : 
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

•Baker, Herbert Brereton : b. 1862 ; 
s. of Rev. John Baker, Vicar of 
St. John's, Blackburn ; m. 1904, 
Muriel, d. of H. J. Powell. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Manchester Gr. School (Sch.) ; 
BaUiol 1880-5 (F. de P., J.W.R., 
H.B.D.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; ist 
Nat. Sci., and B.A., 1883 ; M.A. 
1889 ; D.Sc, 1903. Demonstra- 



tor in Chemistry at Balliol 
1883-5 ; F.R.S. 1903 ; Senior 
Science Master, Dulwich Coll., 
1885-1901; Head Master, Alleyn's 
School, Dulwich, 1 901-3 ; Student 
and Tutor, Christ Church, and 
Lee's Reader in Chemistry, 1903— 
12 ; member of Council of 
Chemical Soc. 1896-8 ; Long- 
stafE Medallist, 1912 ; member of 
Council of Royal Soc. 1909 ; Prof, 
of Chemistry at the Imperial Coll. 
of Science and Technology, S. Kens- 
ington, 1 91 2-. Publications : In 
Journal of Chemical Society ; Com- 
bustion in Dried Oxygen, 1885 ; 
Action of Light on Silver Chloride, 
1892 ; Influence of Moisture on 
Chemical Action, 1894 ; Drying of 
Ammonia and Hydrogen Chloride, 
1898 ; Vapour Density of Dried 
Mercurous Chloride, 1900 ; Union 
of Hydrogen and Oxygen, 1902 ; 
joint author The Chemical In- 
activity of Rontgen Rays, 1896; 
ditto, Gaseous Nitrogen Trioxide, 
1907 ; in Phil. Trans. : Combus- 
tion in Dried Gases, 1888. Address : 
Latchmoor House, Gerrard's Cross, 
Bucks. 

Baker, Humphrey Lawrence Peto : 
b. June 9, 1887 ; s. of L. I. Baker, 
of Wayford Manor, Crewkerne. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 190&-8 
(A.L.S., E.J.P.). Address: Way- 
ford Manor, Crewkerne. 

Baker, Richard Pliilip : b. Feb. 3, 
1866 ; s. of William Baker, of 
Condover, Salop ; m. Kate, d. of 
John Riedelbanch, of Glasford, 
Illinois. Issue: two daughters. 
Educ. Clifton (Sch.) ; BaUiol 1884- 
7 (J.W.R.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; 
2nd Math. Mods. 1886. B.Sc, 
London, 1887 ; member of Texas 
Bar ; Master, Lamar Coll., Mo., 
1 897-1901 ; Assist. Prof, of 
Math., Univ. of Iowa ; Ph.D., 
Chicago, 1910 ; Fellow of Ameri- 
can Assoc, for Advancement of 
Science ; member of American 
Math. Soc. and of Circolo Matema- 
tico di Palermo. Publications : 
The Problem of the Angle Bisectors, 
1910 ; various papers in American 
Mathematical Monthly, and BuUe- 



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tin of American Mathematical Soc. 
Address : 8i8 Kirkwood Avenue, 
Iowa City, U.S.A. 

*Baker Wilbraham, Sir Philip Wil- 
braham, 6th Bart. : formerly 
Baker, P. W. ; b. Sept. 17, 1875 ; 
s. of 5th Bart. ; m. Aug. 8, 1901, 
Joyce Christabel, d. of Rt. Hon. 
Sir J. H. Kennaway, 3rd Bart. 
Issue : one son, three daughters. 
Educ. Harrow (Entrance Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1894-9 (W.R.H., E.A., 
J.A.S.) ; Domus Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1896 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1898 ; 2nd Jur. 1899 ; M.A. 
1901 ; Eight (Henley) ; Cricket 
XI. Brakenbury Soc. Fellow of 
All Souls 1899 ; Barrister, L.I., 
1901 ; Chancellor of Diocese of 
Chester 191 3-. Clubs : Athe- 
naeum, Cavendish. Addresses : 5 
Lancaster Street, London, W. ; 
15 Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, 
London, W.C. ; Rode Hall, Scholar 
Green, Cheshire. 

Balfour, Hon. Harry Robert 
Chichester : b. Oct. 31, 1882 ; 
s. of I St Lord Kinross. Educ. 
Edinburgh Academy ; Chelten- 
ham ; Balliol 1901-5 (F. de P., 
H.W.C.D.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1903 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1905. 
Union and Arnold Socs. Student, 
I.T. ; Clerk in House of Commons 
1906-8 ; ditto. Home Ofl&ce, 
1908 ; Assist. Private Sec. to Rt. 
Hon. R. McKenna, Home Sec, 
1 91 3-. Clubs : Savile, Oxford and 
Cambridge. Address : 99 St. 
George's Square, London, S.W. 

Balfour, Hon. James Moncreifl : b. 
July 6, 1878 ; s. of ist Lord 
Kinross ; m. 1908, Madeline 
Maude, d. of J. G. Watson, of 
Kingston Grange, Midlothian. 
Educ. Edinburgh Academy ; Chel- 
tenham; Balliol 1897-1901 (A.L.S., 
F.F.U., W.H.F., H.W.C.D.) ; 2nd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1901 ; 
winner Univ. Sabres 1900. Braken- 
bury Soc. Writer to the Signet. 
Clubs : Oxford and Cambridge ; 
New (Edinburgh). Address : 23 
Heriot Row, Edinbiurgh. 

Balfour, Hon. John Ramsay Blau: : 
b. Sept. 21, 1881 ; s, of ist Lord 



Kiruross. Educ. Cheltenham ; Bal- 
liol 1900-4 (A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 3rd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1904. Bra- 
kenbury Soc. Clubs : Oxford and 
Cambridge; New (Edinburgh). Ad- 
dress : 16 Pall Mall, London, S.W. 

*Balfour, Hon. and Rev. Norman 
Frederick William : b. March 26, 
1884 ; s. of ist Lord Kinross. 
Educ. Edinburgh Academy ; Bal- 
Uol 1903-6 (F.F.U., H.W.C.D.); 
3rd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1906 ; 
M.A. 191 1. Union and Arnold 
Socs. Wells Theol. Coll. 1907 ; 
ordained d. 1909, p. 1910 ; Ciurate, 
Wimbome Minster, 1 909-11 ; St. 
Anne's, Bermondsey, 1911-. Ad- 
dress : 52 Alma Road, Bermondsey, 
London, S.E. 

Balfour, Patrick : see Kinross, 
Lord. 

Balgonie, Lord : see Leven and 
Melville, Earl of. 

Ballantyne, James : b. Jan. 22, 
1884 ; s. of James Ballantyne, 
Sen., of Carstairs Junction. Educ. 
Lanark Gr. School ; Glasgow 
Univ. ; Balliol 1904-8 (F. de P., 
A.D.L.) ; Goldsmith Ex. ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1908. Tutor and 
Journalist. Address : Carstairs 
Junction, Lanarkshire. 

Balmforth, Alfred : b. Feb. 2, 1892; 
s. of W. A. Balmforth, of Rus- 
holme, Manchester. Educ. Man- 
chester Gr. School ; Balliol 191 1- 
(C.B., A.W.P.C, A.J.T.) ; Domus 
Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1913. Union 
and Arnold Socs. Address : 15 
Conyngham Road, Rusholme, 
Manchester. 

Banerji, Albion RaiKumar : b. 
Oct. 10, 1871 ; s. of Sasipada 
Banerji, of Calcutta ; tn. March 
1898, d. of Sir Krishna Gupta, 
K.C.S.I. Issue : one daughter. 
Educ. Presidency Coll., Calcutta ; 
Balliol 1894-5 (W.M.). Sch., 
Medallist, and M.A., Calcutta 
Univ. ; I.C.S. ; Assist. Collector 
and Magistrate, Madras, 1895 ; 
Sub-Collector, Joint Magistrate, 
and District Officer ; transferred 
to foreign service as Diwan of 
Cochin, 1907-14 ; CLE. 1911. 
Address : Madras, India. 



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Baring, Hon. Cecil : b. Sept. 12, 
1864 ; s. of Lord Revelstoke ; 
m. 1902, Maude, d. of Pierre Loril- 
lard. Issue : one son, two 
daughters. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1884-7 (E.A.) ; Minor Ex. ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1885 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1887 ; M.A. 1904. 
Dervorguilla Soc. Director of 
Baring Brothers & Co., Ltd., 
London, 191 1-. Address : Lam- 
bay Island, Co. Dublin. 

♦Barker, Ernest : b. Sept. 23, 1874 ; 
s. of George Barker, of Woodley ; 
m. July 26, 1900, Emily Isabel, 
d. of Rev. R. Salkeld, Vicar of 
St. Mark's, Dukinfield, Cheshire. 
Issue : one son, two daughters. 
Educ. Manchester Gr. School (Sch.); 
BalHol 1893-8 (W.R.H., F. de P., 
J.A.S., E.A., J.L.S.D., A.L.S.); 
Classical Sch. ; ist CI. Mods., and 
Craven Sch., 1895 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1897 ; ist Mod. Hist. 
1898; M.A. 1900. ArnoldSoc. (Vice- 
Pres.). Classical Fellow, Merton, 
1 89 8-1 905 ; Lecturer in Mod. 
Hist., Wadham, 1899^-1909 ; ditto, 
Pembroke, 1907-9; <fitto, Non-CoU. 
Students, 1899-1913; Fellow and 
Lectiurer, St. John's, 1909-13 ; Fel- 
low and Tutor, New Coll. 1913- ; 
Delegate for Exam, of Schools 
and for Licensing Lodging Houses ; 
Exam. Mod. Hist. 1914-15. Publi- 
cations : The Political Thought of 
Plato and Aristotle, 1906 ; The 
Dominican Order and Convocation, 
1912 ; various contributions to 
new edition of Encyclopaedia Bri- 
tannica. Recreations : Tennis, golf. 
Address : 7 Linton Road, Oxford. 

Bamardo, Cyril Gordon : b. Dec. 18, 
1886 ; s. of T. J. Bamardo, F.R.C.S., 
of Edinburgh ; m. Oct. 22, 1909, 
Ethel, d. of Charles Gordon. Educ. 
Repton (Sch.) ; Balliol 1905-9 
(F. de P., E.H.) ; 4th CI. Mods. 
1907 ; 3rd Jur., and B.A., 1909 ; 
Cricket, Hockey, and Assoc. XI's. 
Articled clerk to Solicitor, Winni- 
peg, Canada, 1909. Address: c/o 
The Merchants' Bank, Winnipeg, 
Manitoba, Canada. 

Barnes, Charles Lightfoot : b. Dec. 
10, 1858 ; s. of William Barnes, of 



Manchester. Educ. Manchestei 
Gr. School; Balliol 1876-81 
(E.A., W.H.F., J.W.R., W.W.F.) ; 
Brakenbury Sch. ; 3rd Math. 
Mods. 1878 ; 1st Nat. Sci. 1879 ; 
B.A. 1880; M.A. 1884. Science 
Master, Bromsgrove School, 1884- 
9 ; ditto, Sherborne, 1889-91 ; 
Editorial staff, Manchester Courier, 
1897-1905; Mathematical Master, 
Manchester Gr. School 1905- ; 
Hon. Lib. and member of Council 
of Manchester Literary and PhDo- 
sophical Soc. Publications : Prac- 
tical Acoustics, 2nd ed., 1909 ; 
Rock History, 18S4 ; Sound ; 
Geology. Recreations : Fives, 
walking. Address : 151 Plymouth 
Grove, Manchester. 

Barnes, Edmund Lyndon : b. 
Nov. 3, 1881 ; s. of E. W. Barnes, 
of Chesterfield. Educ. Harrow 
(Sch.) ; BaUiol 1900-4 (A.W.P.C, 
H.W.C.D.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1902 ; 
ist Lit. Hum. 1904 ; B.A. 1905. 
Barrister, I.T., 1907. Addresses : 
2 Cloisters, Temple, London, E.C. ; 
159 Knightsbridge, London, W. 

Barnes, Hon. RomJd Gorell : b. 
April 16, 1884; s. of ist Lord Gorell. 
Educ. Winchester ; Harrow ; Bal- 
liol 1903-7 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.) ; 
2nd Mod. Hist. 1907 ; B.A. 1908 ; 
Cricket (Capt.) and Assoc. XI's ; 
Torpid (2) ; Univ. Cricket XI 
1906-7. Union and Brakenbury 
Socs. Barrister, I.T., 1909 ; on edi- 
torial staff of The Times ; author. 
Club : Garrick. Address : 10 Old 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

♦Barrett, WUliam Henry : 6. March 
17, 1887 ; s. of Rev. Benjamin 
Barrett, Vicar of Braunston, Rut- 
land. Educ. Marlborough (Foun- 
dation Sch.) ; Balliol 1905-10 
(H.B.H.) ; Williams Ex. ; ist 
Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 1908 ; 
M.A. 1913 ; Hockey XI. Demon- 
strator in Balliol Lab. 1908- 
II ; Modern Sixth Form Master, 
Lancing Coll. 1 91 1-13; Sen. Science 
Master, Rossall, 191 3- Engaged 
in demonstration and research in 
Physical Chemistry. Addresses : 
Braunston Vicarage, Oakham ; 
Rossall School, Fleetwood. 



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Barrington-Kennett, Victor Annes- 

ley : b. June i6, 1887 ; s. of Col. 
B. H. B. Barrington-Kennett, of 
H.M. Bodyguard. Educ. Eton 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1906-10 (C.B., 
A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1908 ; 3rd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 
1910 ; Eight (Capt.) ; Four 
(Henley). Dervorguilla Soc. Cana- 
dian Agency, Ltd., 1911-; 2nd 
Lieut., London Balloon Company. 
Recreations : Aeronautics, morris 
dancing, shooting, hunting, cricket. 
Clubs : Royal Aero, City Uni- 
versity. Addresses : Tillington 
House, Petworth ; 6 Prince's St., 
London, E.C. ; 19 Cheyne Gardens, 
Chelsea, London, S.W. 

Barrington - Ward, Robert Mc- 
Gowan : b. Feb. 23, 1891 ; s. of 
Rev. M. J. Barrington-Ward, 
Rector of Duloe. Educ. West- 
minster ; Balliol 1909-13 (C.B., 
A.D.L.) ; Classical Sch. ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1911 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1913. Union Soc. (Sec. and 
Treas. 1911, Lib. and Pres. 1912). 
Tancred Student, L.I., 1911. Pub- 
lications : contributor to Times. 
Address : 32 Harley St., London, 
W. 

Barron, William Douglas : b. Sept. 
10, 1887 ; s. of George Barron, of 
Carbost, Portree. Educ. Aber- 
deen Univ. ; Balliol 1909-10 
(C.B., J.A.S., A.D.L.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1910. Cadetship under 
Federated Malay States Govern- 
ment, 1911. Addresses : Newton 
of Pitfodels, Cults, Aberdeen ; 
Kroh, Upper Perak, Federated 
Malay States. 

♦Barry, James Tilson : b. Nov. 20, 
1881 ; s. of J. M. Barry, of Lon- 
don. Educ. St. Paul's School ; 
Balliol 1900-4 (A.W.P.C, J.A.S.) ; 
Classical Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1902 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum. 1904 ; B.A. 1905 ; 
M.A. 1907 ; Cricket, Football, and 
Tennis teams. Brakenbury Soc. 
Barrister, I.T., 1906 ; ditto, Trans- 
vaal, 1907 ; Sec. to Judge of 
Supreme Court of Transvaal 
1907-10 ; practising at Johannes- 
burg Bar 1910— . Club : Country 
(Johannesburg). Address : 40 



Standard Bank Chambers, Johan- 
nesburg, Transvaal. 
Bartindale, Guy Cecil : b. Nov. 5, 
1883 ; s. of John Bartindale, of 
Stourbridge. Educ. King Ed- 
ward VI Gr. School, Stourbridge 
(Ex.) ; Balliol 1902-6 (J.W.R.) ; 
Math. Sch. ; ist Math. Mods., and 
Jun. Math. Ex., 1903 ; Jun. 
Math. Sch. 1904 ; ist Math., and 
B.A., 1906. Union Soc. Math. 
Master, Queen Elizabeth's Gr. 
School, Wakefield, 1908-10 ; Lec- 
turer in Hon. Maths., Univ. of 
N. Wales, Bangor, 191 1 ; Math. 
Master, St. Lawrence Coll., Rams- 
gate, 1911-. Address: 81 A High 
St., Stourbridge. 

♦Bartlett, Rev. Canon William : b. 

Feb. 17, 1861 ; s. of Rev. R. E. 
Bartlett, of Chelmsford. Educ. 
Rugby (Sch.) ; Balliol 1879 (F. de 
P.) ; Corpus (Sch.) 1880 ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1880 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1883 ; English Essay 1884 ; 
Denyer and Johnson Sch. 1885 ; 
Ellerton Essay, and M.A., 1886. 
Ordained d. 1886, p. 1887 ; Curate 
of Stockton-on-Tees 1886-91 ; 
Kingston - on - Thames, 1891-3 ; 
Vicar of St. Barnabas, Sutton, 
1896- ; Rural Dean of Beddington 
1908- ; Exam. Chapl. to Bishop 
of Southwark 1908- ; Hon. Canon 
of Southwark 1912. Address : 
St. Barnabas' Vicarage, Sutton, 
Surrey. 

Basing, 2nd Baron, George Limbrey 
Sclater-Booth : b. Jan. i, i860 ; 
s. of ist Baron Basing ; m. 1889, 
Mary, d. of John Hargreaves, of 
Maiden Erleigh. Issue : one son, 
two daughters. Educ. Eton ; 
BaUiol 1878-81 (E.A.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1880 ; B.A. 1882 ; Torpid. 
R.M.C., Sandhurst, 1881 ; Gazet- 
ted to ist Royal Dragoons 1882 ; 
Served in S. African War 1899- 
1902 ; commanded column 1901— 
2 ; commanded regiment 1902-6 ; 
retired, Lieut.-Col., 1906 ; C.B. 
1902 ; D.L., County Councillor, 
1909-, and member of Territorial 
Force Assoc., nominated by County 
Coimcil, Hants. Address : Hod- 
dington House, Winchfield, Hants. 



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Bassano, Alfred Hill : b. Aug. 9, 
1862 ; s. of Walter Bassano, of 
Haden Cross, Old Hill, Staffs. ; 
m. June 1892, Agnes, d. of 
George Allan, of Corngreaves Hall, 
Hadley Heath. Issue : one son, 
two daughters. Educ. Malvern ; 
Leamington ; Balliol 1883-6 
(J.W.M.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1884 ; 
B.A. 1886; won Coll. Mile; 
Univ. Cross Country Team v. Cam- 
bridge. Union Soc. Colliery 
Proprietor ; Director New Haden 
Collieries, Lim., Cheadle ; ditto, 
Rowley Granite Quarries, Lim. 
Engaged in local work with 
Education and Sanitary Authori- 
ties ; J. P. Staffs. Address : 
Hadenholme, Old Hill, Staffs. 

Bassano, Rev. Charles Walter : b. 
Aug. 20, 1 863 ; s. of Walter Bassano, 
of Haden Cross, Old Hill, Staffs. ; 
m. Philomena, d. of F. J. Steffen, 
of Lucerne. Issue : one daughter. 
Educ. Malvern ; Leamington ; 
Balliol 1883-6 (J.W.M.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods.1884; B.A. 1886; Univ. Cross 
Country Team v. Cambridge. 
Union Soc. Ordained d. 1888. 
J. P. Staffs. 1900. Address : Haden 
Cross, Old Hill, Staffs. 

*Bastard, Rev. William Pollexfen : 
b. Jan. 12, 1832 ; s. of E. P. Bas- 
tard, M.P. ; m. Jan. 27, 1859, Caro- 
line, d. of Admiral G. Woollcombe, 
of Hemerdon, Devon. Issue : two 
sons, eight daughters. Educ. 
Twyford (Hants) ; Eton ; BaUiol 
1849-54 (E.C.W.); B.A. 1853; 

' M.A. 1857. Ordained d. 1856, 
p. 1857 ; Curate of Buckland-in- 
the-Moor 1856-60 ; ditto. Corn- 
worthy, 1860-2 ; Vicar of Brixton, 
Devon, 1862-6 ; Rector of Lezant 
1866-96 ; Licensed Preacher, Dio. 
of Exeter, 1896-. Addresses : 
Buckland Court, Ashburton ; Cof- 
flete, Torquay. 

Batchelor, Frank : b. Jan. 25, 1889 ; 
s. of Francis Batchelor, of Cupar, 
Fife. Educ. Bell-Baxter School, 
Cupar ; St. Andrews Univ. ; Bal- 
liol 1911- (A.W.P.C, R.G.); 
Domus Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1913. Arnold Soc. Address : 
21 Newtown, Cupar, Fife. 



Bate, Rev. Frank : b. Jan. 5, 1882 ; 
s. of W. F. Bate, of London. Educ. 
Coopers' Company School ; Liver- 
pool Univ. (Sch. and Fellow) ; 
Balliol 1904-6 (A.L.S., J.A.S.) ; 
B.Litt. 1907. B.A. 1904, M.A. 
and Fellow, 1905, Univ. of Liver- 
pool. Ordained d. 1907, p. 1908 ; 
Curate of St. Peter's, Everton, 
1907-9; Claverley i9ogh-io; Dur- 
weston-cum-Bryanston 1910-11; 
Rector of Pimperne 191 1-. 
Publication : The Declaration of 
Indulgence, 1908. Address : 
Pimperne Rectory, Blandford, 
Dorset. 

*Bath, 5th Marquess of, Thomas 
Henry Thynne : b. July 16, 1862 ; 
s. of 4th Marquess of Bath ; m. 
1890, Violet Caroline, d. of Sir 
Charles Mordaunt, loth Bart. 
Issue : two sons, three daughters. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1881-4 
(R.L.N., A.L.S.) ; 4th Mod. Hist. 
1884; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1888. 
M.P. (C.) Frome Div. of Som. 
1886-92 and 1895-6 ; Under-Sec. 
of State for India 1905 ; Lord- 
Lieutenant of Som. 1904- ; 
Chairman, Wilts. County Council, 
1906- ; Lieut. -Col. commanding 
Royal Wilts. Yeomanry 1905-10. 
Club : Carlton. Address : Long- 
leat, Warminster, Wilts. 

Battersby, Rev. George Harford : 
see Harford, Rev. Canon George. 

Batty, Rev. Francis de Witt : b. 
Jan. 10, 1879 ; s. of Rev. W. E. 
Batty, Rector of Finchley, Lon- 
don, N. Educ. St. Paul's School 
(Sch.) ; BaUiol 1898-1902 (W.H.F., 
A.W.P.C, E.A., J.A.S.) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1900 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1902 ; M.A. 1905. 
Union and Brakenbury (Pres.) 
Socs. Wells Theol. Coll. 1902-3 ; 
Ordained d. 1903, p. 1904 ; 
Curate of Hornsey 1903-4 ; 
Domestic Chapl. to Archbishop 
of Brisbane 1904— ; Lecturer at 
St. Francis's Theol. Coll., Nundah, 
1905- ; editor of Brisbane Church 
Chronicle 1909- ; M.A. (ad eund.), 
Univ. of Queensland, 1911. Pub- 
lication : The Diocese of Brisbane, 
1843-1909. Recreations : Riding 



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music. Address : Bishopsbourne, 
Brisbane, Australia. 

Baumann, Arthur Anthony: b. 
Jan. 9, 1856 ; s. of William Bau- 
mann, Merchant, of Glasgow. 
Educ. Wellington ; Balliol 1874-8 
(E.A., R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1875 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1878 ; 
B.A. 1879. Union Soc. (Pres. and 
Treas. 1877). Barrister, I.T., 
1881 ; Parliamentary Bar ; M.P. 
(C.) for Peckham 1885-92 ; con- 
tested North Salford 1892 ; ditto, 
Kirkaldy Boroughs, 1910 ; Chair- 
man of various Financial Trust 
Companies ; on staff of Saturday 
Review. Publications : Betterment ; 
and numerous reviews and maga- 
zine articles. Club : Carlton. 
Address : 44 Hyde Park Square, 
London, W. 

*Bax, Rev. Arthur Nesham : b. 
March 21, 1871 ; s. of Capt. B. W. 
Bax, R.N. ; m. 1899, Diana 
Caroline Marie (d. 191 2), d. of Col. 
Napier. Issue : three sons, two 
daughters. Educ. Kelly Coll., 
Tavistock (Foundationer) ; Balliol 
1889-93 (A.L.S.) ; Williams Ex. ; 
2nd Mod. Hist. 1892 ; B.A. 1893 ; 
M.A. 1900 ; Rugby XV. Union 
and Brakenbury Socs. Ordained 
d. 1894, p. 1895 ; Curate of 
St. Thomas's, Bishopwearmouth, 
1894-8 ; Domestic Chapl. to 
Bishop of Southwell 1 898-1 905 ; 
Rector of Duloe 1905-9 ; Vicar of 
Long Benton 1909-12 ; Rector 
of Maperton 191 2-. Address : 
Maperton Rectory, Wincanton, 
Som. 

Baynes, Rt. Rev. Arthur Hamilton : 
b. March 23, 1854 ; s. of Rev. J. A. 
Baynes, of Nottingham ; tn. 1894, 
Cecilia, d. of Rev. Canon Cromp- 
ton, of Pinetown, Natal. Issue: 
three sons, two daughters. Educ. 
Denmark Hill Gr. School ; Cam- 
den House, Brighton ; Univ. of 
St. Andrews ; Balliol 1875-6 
(A.G., W.H.F.) ; Ludwell and 
Robinson Ex., Oriel, 1876 ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1876 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1879 : M.A. 1882 ; 
D.D. (Hon.) 1893 ; Univ. Golf Club 
(ist Sec). Union Soc. Studied 



at Univ. of Gottingen after leaving 
Oxford; Ordained d. 1881, p. 

1882 ; Curate of St. Mary's, Not- 
tingham, 1881-4 ; Vicar of St. 
James's, ditto, 1884-8 ; Domestic 
Chapl. to Archbishop of Canter- 
bury 1888-92 ; Six Preacher, 
Canterbury Cathedral, 1890-3 ; 
Vicar of Christ Church, E. Green- 
wich, 1892-3 ; Bishop of Natal 
1893-1901 ; S. African War 
Medal ; Hon. D.D., St. Andrews, 
1898 ; Assist. Bishop in Dio. of 
Southwell, Vicar of St. Mary's, 
Nottingham, and Rural Dean of 
Nottingham, 1901-13; Hon. Canon 
of Southwell 1905-13 ; Chapl. to 
S. Notts Hussars, I.Y., 1901 ; 
Rector of Cathedral, Birmingham, 
and Hon. Canon and Assist. Bishop 
of Birmingham, 191 3-. Publica- 
tions : My Diocese during the War, 
1900 ; South Africa, 1908. Ad- 
dress : Cathedral Rectory, Bir- 
mingham. 

Beal, Hastings Evelyn : b. Sept. 19, 

1883 ; s. of E. W. Beal, of London. 
Educ. Charterhouse ; Balliol 1901- 
2 and 1906-7 (F. de P., C.B., 
W.M.) ; 4th CI. Mods. 1903. 
I.C.S. ; Assist. Magistrate and 
Collector, Bengal, 1907 ; transferred 
to Bihar 1912. Address: 10 Palace 
Gardens Terrace, Kensington, 
London, W. 

Beaumont, Henry Hamond Dawson : 
b. Feb. 4, 1867 ; s. of Rev. T. G. 
Beaumont, J. P., Rector of Chel- 
mondiston ; tn. 1908, Henrietta, 
d. of Col. Baldwin Wake, 21st Lan- 
cers. Issue : two sons. Educ. Win- 
chester ; Balliol 1886-9 (A.L.S.) ; 
3rd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1889. 
Nominated Attach^ in Diplomatic 
Service 1892 ; Copenhagen 1892 ; 
Madrid 1893 ; 3rd Sec. 1894 ; 
Rio de Janeiro 1896 ; 2nd Sec. 
1898 ; Paris 1899 ; St. Peters- 
burg 1900 ; ist Sec. 1905 ; Lisbon 
1905 ; Foreign OfiSce 1908-9 ; 
Councillor of Embassy 1909 ; 
Charg6 d' Affaires in Montenegro 
1909-10 ; British Delegate on the 
International Financial Commis- 
sion in Greece 1910 ; Councillor of 
Embassy, Constantinople, 191 3-. 



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Clubs : Brooks's, St. James's. 
Addresses : British Embassy, Con- 
stantinople ; 22 Thurloe Square, 
London, S.W. 

Beaumont, Hon. Hubert George : 
b. April 6, 1864 ; s. of ist Lord 
Allendale ; tn. May 26, 1900, 
Elisa Mercedes, d. of M. P. Grace, 
of Battle Abbey, Sussex. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Eton ; Chelten- 
ham ; Balliol 1883-6 (W.H.F., 
A.L.S.) ; 4th Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1886. Union Soc. Con- 
tested King's Lynn 1895, N. 
Bucks. 1900, and Barnard Castle 
1903 ; M.P. (L.) Eastbourne 
Div. of Sussex 1906-10. Clubs : 
Brooks's, Reform, Garrick. Ad- 
dresses : Wotton House, Ayles- 
bury ; 6 Buckingham Gate, 
London, S.W. 

Beaven, Harold Castlereagh : b. 
Sept. 12, 1879 ; s. of Rev. A. B. 
Beaven, of Preston, Lanes. Educ. 
Rugby (Sch.) ; Balliol 1898-1901 
(J.W.R.) ; Math. Sch. ; ist. Math. 
Mods. 1899 ; Jun. Math. Ex. 

1900 ; ist Maths., and B.A., 1901 ; 
M.A. 1906. Union and Arnold 
Socs. Assist. Master, Clifton, 

1901 ; Head of Math. Department, 
ditto, 1910-. Address : Clifton 
College, Bristol. 

*Beazley, Charles Raymond : b. 
April 3, 1868; s. of Rev. J. 
Beazley, of Blackheath; tn. July 
1 901, Gladys, d. of Rev. Morlais 
Jones. Educ. St. Paul's School 
(Sch.) ; King's Coll., London ; 
Balliol 1886-9 (A.L.S.) ; Braken- 
bury Sch. ; Prox. Acces. Stanhope 
Essay 1888 ; Lothian Essay, and 
ist Mod. Hist., 1889 ; B.A. 1890 ; 
Prox. Acces. Arnold Essay 1891 ; 
M.A. 1893 ; D.Litt. 1908. Union 
Soc. (Sub-Lib. 1888). History 
Prize Fellow, Merton, 1889 ; Re- 
search Fellow, ditto, 1897-1910 ; 
F.R.G.S. 1892 ; member of Coun- 
cil of Royal Hist. Soc. of London 
1893- ; Geographical Student, 
Oxford, 1894 ; Corresponding 
Fellow of Lisbon Geographical Soc. 
1900; Lecturer in Hist, of Geo- 
graphy, Oxford, 1 901-9 ; Gill Me- 
morial Prizeman, Royal Geographi- 



cal Soc, 1908 ; Lowell Lecturer, 
Boston, U.S.A., 1908 ; Prof, of 
Hist., Univ. of Birmingham, 
1909- ; Corresponding member of 
Lisbon Academy of Sciences 1911, 
of Hispanic Soc. of America, and 
of Soc. Archeologique de France, 
1913 ; Ilchester Lecturer (Russian 
Hist.) 1913. Publications : Henry 
the Navigator, 1895 ; The Dawn of 
Modern Geography, vol. i, 1897 : 
vol. ii, 1 901 : vol. iii, 1906 ; 
John and Sebastian Cabot, 1898 ; 
editor, Carpini and RubruquiSf 

1903 ; joint editor Azurara's 
Guinea, vol. i, 1896 : vol. ii, 1899 ; 
editor, Directorium ad Passagium 
Transmarinum, 1907 ; various 
contributions to Social England, 
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911), 
American Historical Review, GeO' 
graphical Journal, Dictionary of 
NcUional Biography. Addresses : 
48 Hagley Road, Edgbaston ; 
The University, Birmingham. 

*BeazIey, John Davidson : b. Sept. 
13, 1885 ; s. of Mark Beazley, of 
Brussels. Educ. Christ's Hospi- 
tal ; Balliol 1903-7 (C.B., J.A.S.) ; 
Sch. ; Ireland and Craven Sch. 

1904 ; ist CI. Mods., and Hertford 
Sch., 1905 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
Gaisford Greek Prose Prize, Derby 
Sch., and B.A., 1907 ; M.A. 1911. 
Lecturer, Christ Church, 1907 ; 
Student and Tutor, ditto, 1908-. 
Publication : papers on Attic 
Vases. Address : Christ Church, 
Oxford. 

♦BecWt, Henry Oliver : 6. Nov. 29, 
1874 ; s. of W. S. Beckit, of 
Exeter. Educ. Exeter Gr. School ; 
BaUiol 1893-7 (A.L.S., F. de P., 
W.H.F.) ; Ex. ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 
1897 ; B.A. and M.A. 1900. 
Assist, to the Prof, of Geography, 
Oxford Univ. Address : Cheney 
Cottage, Headington, Oxford. 

Beddington, John Louis : b. Jan. 
30, 1893 ; s. of C. L. Beddington, 
of London. Educ. Wellington ; 
BaUiol 191 1- (F.F.U., N.S.T., 
R.G.). Address: 37 Egerton 
Gardens, London, S.W. 

Bedford, 11th Duke of, Herbrand 
Arthur Russell : b. Feb. 19, 1858 ; 



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s. of 9th Duke of Bedford ; m. 
1888, Mary du Caurroy, d. of 
Ven. W. H. Tribe, Archdeacon of 
Lahore. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Private; Balliol 1877-9 (R.G.T., 
F. de P.). Dervorguilla Soc. 
Joined Grenadier Guards 1879 ; 
served in Egyptian Campaign 
(medal, with clasp, and Khedive's 
Star) 1882 ; A.D.C. to Lord 
Dufferin, Viceroy of India, 1884- 
8 ; I St Mayor of Holbom ; Lord- 
Lieutenant of Middlesex ; Trustee 
of British Museum ; Pres. Zoo- 
logical Soc. of London ; Chairman 
Beds. County Council ; A.D.C. to 
the King ; Lieut.-Col. in the 
Army ; member of House of Lords 
since 1893 ; K.G. ; F.R.S. ; D.L, ; 
J. P. Recreations: Zoology, natural 
hist. Publication : The History 
of a Great Agricultural Estate. 
Clubs : Guards , Brooks's. Ad- 
dresses : Wobum Abbey, Beds. ; 
Endsleigh, Tavistock, Devon ; 15 
and 16 Belgrave Square, London, 
S.W. 

Bedford, James Perch : b. Sept. 26, 
1868 ; s. of James Bedford, of the 
Indian Survey Department ; tn. 
Ida Le Geyt. Issue : three daugh- 
ters. Educ. Cmton ; Balliol 1887- 
9(W.M.). I.C.S., Madras ; Assist. 
Collector and Magistrate 1889 ; 
Assist. Accountant-General 1895 ; 
Deputy ditto 1897 ; Head Assist. 
1898 ; Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate 1901 ; District and 
Sessions Judge 1906 ; Collector, 
Magistrate, and Government 
Agent, Salem, 1911. Address : 
Salem, S. India. 

♦Beechlng, Very Rev. Henry 
Charles : b. May 15, 1859 ; s. of 
J. P. G. Beeching, of Bexhill ; m. 
1891, Mary, d. of Rev. A. J. Plow. 
Issue: three daughters. Educ. 
City of London School ; Balliol 
1878-81 (E.A., A.C.B.) ; Ex. ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1880 ; B.A. 1883 ; 
M.A. 1887 ; B.D. and D.D. 1911 ; 
Sacred Poem Prize 1896. Union, 
Brakenbury,and Dervorguilla Socs. 
Ordained d. 1882, p. 1883 ; Curate 
of Mossley Hill, Liverpool, 1882-5 ; 
Rector of Yattendon 1 885-1 900 ; 



Select Preacher, Oxford, 1896-7, 
1913-14 ; Clark Lecturer, Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge, 1900 ; Prof, of 
Pastoral Theology, King's Coll., 
London, 1900-3 ; Chapl. of Lin- 
coln's Inn 1900-3 ; Canon of 
Westminster Abbey 1 902-11 ; 
Hon. D.Litt., Durham, 1903 ; Select 
Preacher, Cambridge, 1903, 9, 12 ; 
ditto, Dublin, 1905 ; Preacher to 
Lincoln's Inn 1904-12 ; Exam. 
Chapl. to Bishop of Carlisle 1905- 
1 1 ; Dean of Norwich 191 1-. Publi- 
cations : Faith, 1892 ; Seven Ser- 
mons to Schoolboys, 1894 ; In a 
Garden, &c., 1895 ; Pages from a 
Private Diary, 1898 ; Conferences 
on Books and Men, 1900 ; Two 
Lectures on Poetry ; Inns of Court 
Sermons, 1901 ; Religio Laid, 
1902 ; The Apostles' Creed ; The 
Grace of Episcopacy, 1906 ; Pro- 
vincial Letters ; The Atonement, 
1907 ; The Doctrine of the Sacra- 
ments, 1908 ; Francis Atterbury, 
1909 ; Revision of the Prayer Book, 
1910 ; joint author. Love in Idle- 
ness, 1883, and Love's Looking 
Glass, 1891 ; editor, A Paradise of 
English Poetry, 1892 ; Lyra Sacra, 
1894 ; Milton's Poetical Works, 
1900 ; Shakespeare's Sonnets, 
1904 ; Ainger's Lectures and Ser- 
mons, 1906 ; Herbert's Country 
Parson ; Vaughan's Poems ; Tenny- 
son's In Memoriam ; Shake- 
speare's Julius Caesar ; Poems 
of Daniel and Drayton ; Lyra 
Apostolica ; Essays and Studies 
by Members of the English Associa- 
tion, &c. Club : Athenaeum. 
Address : The Deanery, Norwich. 

*Beldam, James Ward : b. May 26, 
1861 ; s. of Edward Beldam, of 
Royston, Cambs. Educ. Wymond- 
ley House, Stevenage ; Eton ; 
Balliol 1880-4 (F. de P.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1882 ; B.A. 1886 ; M.A. 
1888. Address : Harrison House, 
Chilliwack, British Columbia. 

*Bell, Alexander James Mont- 
gomerie : b. Sept. 24, 1845 ; s. 
of A. M. Bell, W.S., Regius Prof, 
of Conveyancing in the Univ. of 
Edinburgh ; m. April 16, 1875, 
Anna Mary, d. of W. R. Rayne. 



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Issue : four children. Educ. 
Edinburgh Academy ; Glasgow 
Univ. ; Balliol 1864-9 (B.J., E.P., 
T.H.G.); Snell Ex.; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1866; Gaisford Verse 
Prize 1867 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
1868 ; B.A. 1869 ; M.A. 1871 ; 
Torpid and Eight ; winner Coll. 
High and Long Jumps and 
Hurdles. Union Soc. (Lib. Com- 
mittee). CI. Lecturer, Worcester 
Coll., 1869 ; Master, Marlborough, 
1870 ; Form and House Master, 
Fettes, 1870-5 ; CI. Lecturer 
St. John's and Non-CoU. Students, 
1876-7 ; Examiner, Pass Mods., 
1877, 1911 ; Private Tutor, 
Limpsfield, 1877-90 ; ditto, Ox- 
ford, and occasional Examiner to 
Civil Service, 1890-1911 ; Master 
of Schools 1904-5 ; Chairman, 
Law Preliminary Exam., 1906 ; 
F.G.S. ; Pres. of Ashmolean Nat. 
Hist. Soc. 1898-9. Publications : 
Author of several school-books 
{Selections from Burns, Second 
Greek Reader, Caesar, Book I), and 
of articles in Journals of the Geo- 
logical and Anthropological Socs., 
Longman's Magazine, &c. Ad- 
dress : The Barn House, South 
Newington, Banbury. 

Bell, Edward Collingwood David : 
b. 1833 ; s. of Rev. E. J. Bell, of 
Wickham Market, Suffolk. Bal- 
liol 1850. 

Bell, James Young : b. Feb. 4, 
1877 ; s. of Alexander Bell, of 
Edinburgh ; m. 1908, Jean H., 
d. of Alexander Macnair. Educ. 
George Watson Coll., and the Univ., 
Edinburgh ; Balliol 1899 (F. de P.) ; 
CI. Ex. ; M.A. Edinburgh, 1899. 
Passed Civil Service Examination 
(sixth place) 1899 ; Secretary's 
Office, G.P.O., 1899-. Address : 
46 Ashburnham Mansions, Chel- 
sea, London, S.W. 

Bell, John : b. Nov. 4, 1890; s. of 
Rev. H. H. Bell, Vicar of Tim- 
berscombe. Educ. Marlborough ; 
Balliol 1909-13 (A. W.P.C.H.M.W., 
A.D.L., A.L.S.) ; CI. Sch., and 
Jenkyns Ex. ; Craven Sch. 1910 ; 
Prox. Acces. Ireland and Hertford 
Schs., 1911 ; ist CI. Mods. 1911 ; 



ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., and 
John Locke Sch. in Mental Philo- 
sophy, 1913. Fellow and Lecturer 
in Classics, Queen's Coll., 1913-. 
Addresses: Timberscombe Vicar- 
age, Taunton ; Queen's College, 
Oxford. 

Bell, John Johnston : b. March 16, 
1878 ; s. of William BeU, M.D., 
of Liverpool. Educ. Liverpool 
Institute and Univ. ; Bsdliol 
1901-5 (J. L. S. D., A. L. S.) ; 
Brakenbury Sch. ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 

1904 ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 

1905 ; M.A, 1909. Union and 
Arnold Socs. Assist. Lecturer in 
Hist., Univ. of Liverpool, 1905-6 ; 
Lecturer in Hist., Goldsmiths' 
Coll., Univ. of London, 1906-11; 
ditto, Univ. of Toronto, 1911-12. 
Address : i Kelvin Grove, Prince's 
Park, Liverpool. 

♦Bell, Kenneth Norman : b. Sept. 3, 
1884 ; s. of A. G. Bell, of South- 
borne, Hants ; m. 1909, Esther 
Gertrude, d. of Lieut.-Col. S. W. 
Bell, /sswe: one son, two daughters. 
Educ. Berkhamsted (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1903-7 (A.L.S.) ; Brakenbury 
Sch., ist Mod. Hist., and B.A., 

1906 ; M.A. 1911 ; Torpid ; Eight. 
Fellow of All Souls 1907- ; Lec- 
turer in Hist., Toronto Univ., 
1 909-11 ; Director of G. Bell & 
Sons, Ltd., Publishers, London. 
Publications : various articles in 
Cornhill Magazine, &c. Addresses: 
All Souls College, Oxford ; 17 
Reynolds Close, Hendon, London, 
N.W. 

Bell, Nicholas Dodd Beatson : b. 
June 19, 1867 ; s. of A. B. Bell, 
Advocate, of Edinburgh. Educ. 
Edinburgh Academy ; Balliol 
1886-9 (W.M.) ; ist Oriental 
Studies, Boden Sanskrit Sch., and 
B.A., 1889. Brakenbury Soc. 
I.C.S. ; Collector and Settlement 
Officer, Bengal, 1896— 1905 ; 
Kaisar-i-Hind Medal 1900 ; Direc- 
tor of Land Records, Bengal and 
Assam, 1905- ; C.I.E. 1906 ; 
member of Legislative Council of 
E. Bengal and Assam 1910 ; 
Chief Sec. to Government 191 1 ; 
Commissioner 1912. Recreation : 



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Golf. Clubs : University (Edin- 
burgh), Royal and Ancient (St. 
Andrews), United Service (Cal- 
cutta). Address : Dacca, Eastern 
Bengal, India. 

Bellairs, Cecil Sebastian : b. May 25, 
1871 ; s. of Rev. H. S. K, Bellairs, 
of Bournemouth ; m. Feb. 6, 
1904, Agnes Frances, d. of Peter 
Metelerkamp, of Knysna, Cape 
Colony. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Private ; Non-Coil. 1892-3 ; Bal- 
liol 1894-6 (A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1896; B.A. 1897; M.A. 
1899 ; Hockey XI (Capt.). Solici- 
tor, Supreme Court, S. Africa 
(Transvaal Division) ; Notary 
Public and Conveyancer 1906. 
Recreations : Horticulture and 
motoring. Address : Box 544, 
Pretoria, Transvaal, S. Africa. 

Bellairs, Ralph Hamon : b. Sept. 5, 
1867 ; s. of Rev. H. S. K. Bellairs, 
of Bournemouth ; m. 1893, 
M.E.E., d. of Rev. Canon Pope, 
D.D. Educ. Private; St. Peter's 
Coll., Westminster (Queen's Sch. 
and Triplet Leaving Ex.) ; Balliol 
1886-90 (E.A., F. de P., W.H.F., 
R.L.N., C.W., J.L.S.D.) ; Abbott 
Sch. 1887 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1888 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1890 ; 
M.A. 1897 ; B.Mus. 1897 ; D.Mus. 
1904. Director of Music at Bradfield 
Coll. 1892-6; Resident in Oxford, 
publishing and reviewing, 1896- 
1901 ; Organist and Choirmaster, 
Christ Church, Cheltenham, 1901-. 
Publications : The Elements of 
Pianoforte Technique, 20th ed. ; 
ditto, trans, into French ; Melodic 
and Rhythmic Primer ; Short Scale 
Studies for the Pianoforte, on a 
Rhythmic Basis ; Melodious Five- 
Finger Studies in Duet Form ; 
Melodious Octave Studies ; The 
Examination Candidate's Complete 
and Concise Scale and Arpeggio 
Book ; Melodious Studies, with 
Continental Fingering ; Six Melo- 
dious Pieces for Small Hands ; The 
Progressive Pianist ; Classical 
Songs (arranged for piano solos). 
Recreations : Motoring, botany, 
croquet. Address : Ferlys House, 
Cheltenham. 



Belloc, Joseph Hilalre Peter : b. 

July 27, 1870 ; s. of L. S. Belloc, 
of Slindon, Arundel, Sussex ; m. 
i896,ElodieAgnesHogan (d. 1914), 
of Napa, California. Issue : three 
sons, two daughters. Educ. 
Oratory School, Edgbaston ; Bal- 
liol 1893-6 (J.W.R., A.L.S.) ; 
Brakenbury Sch. ; ist Mod. Hist. 
1895 ; B.A. 1896. Union (Lib. 
1894, Pres. 1895) and Dervorguilla 
(Pres.) Socs. Walked (with Hon. 
A. M. Henley) from Carfax to 
Marble Arch in iij hours; M.P. 
(L.), S. Salford, 1906-10 ; Head 
of English Department, East 
London College, 1 9 1 1- 1 3 . Publica- 
tions : Verses and Sonnets, 1895 ; 
The Bad Child's Book of Beasts, 
1896 ; More Beasts for Worse 
Children, 1897 ; The Modern 
Traveller, 1898 ; The Moral 
Alphabet ; Danton, 1899 ; Lamb- 
kin's Remains ; Paris, 1900 ; 
Robespierre, 1901 ; Path to Rome, 

1902 ; Caliban's Guide to Letters, 

1903 ; Avril ; Mr, Burden, 1904 ; 
The Old Road, 1905 ; Esto Per- 
petua ; Hills and the Sea, 
1906 ; The Historic Thames ; 
Cautionary Tales, 1907 ; On 
Nothing ; Mr. Clutterbuck's Elec- 
tion, 1908; The Pyrenees; On 
Everything ; A Change in the 
Cabinet, 1909 ; Marie Antoinette ; 
On Anything ; Verses, 1910 ; The 
Girondin ; More Peers ; The 
Party System ; On Something ; 
First and Last ; Blenheim ; Mal- 
plaquet, 1911 ; The Four Men ; 
The Green Overcoat ; The Servile 
Stale, 191 2 ; The River of London ; 
This and That ; Crecy ; The 
Stane Street; Tourcoing, 191 3. 
Club : Reform. Address : King's 
Land, Shipley, Horsham. 

Bennett, Stephen Ashlock : b. 
March 15, 1847 ; s. of James Ben- 
nett, of Salisbury. Educ. Sher- 
borne ; Balliol 1866-70 (E.C.W., 
T.H.G.); ist CI. Mods. 1867; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1870 ; B.A. 1871 
Barrister, L.I., 1874. Club : 
New University. Address : 
Warreleigh, Budleigh Salterton, 
Devon. 



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Benson, Constantino Evelyn : b. 

April 10, 1895 ; s. of R. H. Benson, 
of Buckhurst, Withyham, Sussex. 
Educ. Eton; Balliol 1913- (A.D.L., 
N.S.T.). Brakenbury and Annan- 
dale Socs. Address : 16 South 
Street, Park Lane, London, W. 

Benson, Guy Holford : 6. May 23, 
1888 ; s. of R. H. Benson, of 
Buckhurst, Withyham, Sussex. 
Educ. Eton; Balliol 1907-11 
(H.W.C.D.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 
191 1 ; 2nd String, Tennis, v. 
Cambridge ; Assoc, and Cricket 
XI's. Banker. Clubs : Bache- 
lors', Bath, Queen's, Vernon. Ad- 
dress : Buckhurst, Withyham, 
Sussex. 

Benson, Ralph Beaumont : b. 
March 10, 1862 ; s. of R. A. 
Benson ; m. June 1886, Caroline 
Essex, d. of Rev. R. H. Chol- 
mondeley. Issue : three sons, 
one daughter. Educ. Harrow 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1880-2 (R.L.N.) ; 
Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. i88i. Club : 
Carlton. Address : Lutwyche 
Hall, Much Wenlock. [Died 
April 16, 1911.] 

Benson, Reginald Lindsay : b. 
Aug. 20, 1889 ; s. of R. H. Benson, 
of Buckhurst, Withyham, Sussex. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1908-9 
(A.L.S.). Lieut., 9th Lancers; 
A.D.C. to the Viceroy of India 
1 91 3-14. Address : Buckhiurst, 
Withyham, Sussex. 

*Benson, Robert Henry : 6. Sept. 
24, 1850 ; s. of Robert Benson, 
of the family of Benson, of Stang 
End, North Lanes. ; m. July 
1887, Evelyn, d. of R. S. Holford. 
Issue : three sons, two daughters. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1869-73 
(E.P., T.H.G.); 2nd CL Mods. 
1871 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1873 ; B.A. 
1874 ; M.A. 1907 ; winner Univ. 
Mile and Three Miles, Inter-Univ. 
Mile, and Amateur Champion- 
ship Mile, 1870 ; Pres. O.U.A.C, 
and ran dead heat in Inter- 
Univ. Three Miles, 1872 ; played 
in first Assoc, match v. Cam- 
bridge 1874. Studied at Inner 
Temple ; sole partner, Robert 
Benson & Co., Merchant Bankers ; 



Director and Deputy Governor 
of the London Assurance ; Chair- 
man of Merchants Trust, Ltd., 
and the Chart erTrust and Agency, 
Ltd. ; Hon. Treasurer, National 
Art Collections Fund ; member 
of Councils of Royal Coll. of 
Music, and of Victoria and Albert 
Museiun ; Trustee of Nat. Gallery 
1912 ; J. P. Sussex. Recreations: 
Collection of pictures, early Chinese 
porcelain, and other objects of 
art. Clubs : Brooks's, Turf, Bath, 
Queen's, Burlington Fine Arts. 
Addresses : 16 Soutlr St., Park 
Lane, London, W. ; 31 Bishops- 
gate, London, E.C. ; Buckhurst, 
Withyham, Sussex ; (and tenant 
of) Killilan and Glomach Forests, 
Ross-shire. 

Benson, His Honour William Den- 
man : b. March 21, 1848 ; s. of 
General H. R. Benson, C.B. ; m. 
Aug. 8, 1876, Jane, d, of Thomas 
Penrice, D.L., Glam. Issue : 
three sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Eton; BaUiol 1867-71 (E.C.W., 
T.H.G.) ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1871 ; 
B.A. 1872 ; Univ., 1868-70, and 
Coll. (Capt.) Eights; Pres. 
O.U.B.C. 1870-1. Barrister, I.T., 
1874 ; County Coiurt Judge, 
Circuit 13; Revising Barrister, and 
Counsel to Post OflSce ; LL.D. ; 
J. P. Glam., West Riding of Yorks., 
and Sheffield. Recreations : Row- 
ing, shooting. Clubs : Reform, 
National Liberal, Marylebone, 
Leander; Sheffield. Addresses: 
10 William St., Lowndes Square, 
London, S.W. ; The Club, Norfolk 
St., Sheffield. 

Bentinck, Arthur Harold Walter, 
Baron (Holland) : b. Dec. 29, 
1875 ; s. of Walter Bentinck, of 
the 15th Hussars ; m. 1903, Emma, 
d. of G. S. Hayes. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Harrow 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1894-8 (E.A., 
J.L.S.D.) ; CI. Ex. ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1896 ; B.A. and M.A. 1901 ; 
Cricket (Capt.) and Assoc. XI's. 
Brakenbury Soc. (Pres.). I.C.S. ; 
Assist. Magistrate and Collector, 
Bengal, 1898 ; transferred to E. 
Bengal and Assam 1905 ; Joint 



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Magistrate and Deputy Collector 
1906 ; Magistrate and Collector 
191 1 ; Political Officer with Abor 
Expedition 1911-12 ; Deputy 
Commissioner, Assam, 1912 ; 
F.R.G.S. Clubs : East India 
United Service ; United Service 
(Calcutta). Address : United Ser- 
vice Club, Calcutta, India. 

Bere, Francis Wentworth : b. Jan. 
26, 1 861 ; s. of Montagu Bere, of 
Grimstone, Horrabridge, Devon. 
Educ. Blundell's; Balliol 1879- 
1886 ; Blundell Sch. ; and Math. 
Mods. 1881 ; 3rd Math. 1883 ; 
B.A. 1886 ; M.A. 1893. Address : 
5 South Parade, Weston-super- 
Mare. 

Beresford, Salisbury de la Poer : 
b. Dec. 6, 1882 ; s. of Col. C. F. C. 
Beresford, R.E. Educ. St. Colum- 
ba's, Rathfarnham ; Balliol 1900- 
3 (F.F.U.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1904. Union Soc. Clerk, 
House of Commons, 1906-10. 
Address : 18 Lansdowne Road, 
Holland Park, London, W. 

Berman, Leopold Edward : b. Jan. 
7, 1877 ; s. of Edward Berman, 
of London. Educ. Elstree ; Har- 
row (Sch.) ; Balliol 1895-1900 
(J.A.S.) ; CI. Ex. ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1899. Union and 
Dervorguilla Socs. Director of 
Royalty Theatre, London, 1911-; 
author of various plays, sketches, 
revues, &c. Recreations : Theatre, 
music, bridge, golf. Address : 
16 Cavendish Square, London, W. 

Bernstein, Ludwilc ; see Namier, 
L. B. 

Bemstorff, Count Erich Adolf 
Ernst : b. June 26, 1883 ; s. of 
Count Bernstorfi Gyldensteen. 
Educ. Gymnasium of Doberan, 
Mecklenburg ; Balliol 1902-4 
(A.L.S.) Univ. Lacrosse Team. 
Studied law at Munich and Berlin 
(Referendar) ; Lieut, of Reserve, 
17th Dragoons, 1909 ; studied 
forestry in Denmark, and agricul- 
ture in Mecklenburg. Address : 
Gyldensteen, Bogense, Denmark. 

Berrill, Bernard Francis Gotch : 

b. Sept. 13, 1894 ; s. of A. E. 
Berrill, of Muswell Hill. Educ. 



Beaumont Coll. ; Balliol 1913- 
(F.F.U., E.H.). Union Soc. Ad- 
dress : Wahringah, Muswell Hill, 
London, N. 

Berry, George Godfrey : b. 1867 ; 
s. of Edward Berry. Educ. 
Clifton; BaUiol 1884-8 (J.W.R., 
W.H.F., R.L.N.) ; Sch. ; ist CL 
Mods. 1885 ; ist Math. Mods. 
1886 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1888 ; 
B.A. 1890. Address : South Side, 
Hamilton Road, Oxford. 

Bertie, Alberic Willoughby : b. Jan. 
10, 189 1 ; s. of Hon. and Rev. 
A. E. Bertie, Rector of Gedling. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1909-10 
(J.W.R.) ; Morrison Fours. Ad' 
dress : c/o Alliance Assurance Co., 
Ltd., Bartholomew Lane, London, 
E.C. 

Bertie, Hon. Arthur Michael Cosmo : 
b. Sept. 29, 1886 ; s. of 7th Earl 
of Abingdon. Educ. Ralksburg ; 
Balliol 1904-8 (J.W.R., A.L.S.). 
Address : Wytham Abbey, Oxford. 

Besly, Ernest Francis Withers : 
b. Dec. 30, 1891 ; s. of Rev. 
E. F. S. Besly, of Stokesley, Yorks. 
Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 1910- 
(C.B.,A.W.P.C.,H.M.W.,A.J.T.) ; 
CI. Sch. ; dist. in Craven Sch. 
1911 ; ist CI. Mods. 1912 ; Cricket 
and Assoc. XI's. Brakenbury 
Soc. Address : Great Ayton, S.O., 
Yorks. 

^Bevan, Rev. John : b. May 12, 
1854; s. of Rees Bevan, of St. 
Davids, Carmarthen ; np. April 24, 
1894, May Roberta, d, of Rev. 
Canon R. V. Sheldon, Vicar of 
Ormskirk. Educ. Cowbridge Gr. 
School ; Non-Coil. 1877 ; New 
Coll. 1878-80 ; New-Inn-Hall ; 
B.A. 1887, M.A. 1896, Bal- 
liol. Ordained d. and p. 1888 ; 
Curate of N. Meols, Lanes., 1888- 
94 ; Vicar of The Slad, Gloucs., 
1 894-. Address: The Slad Vicar- 
age, Stroud. 

*B6venot, Clovis Maurice Camille : 
s. of Hippolyte Bevenot, engineer, 
of Le Quesnoy, Nord, France ; 
m. 1887, Flavie, d. of Isidore 
B6venot. Issue : three sons, one 
daughter. Educ. Petit S6mi- 
naire de Cambrai (Sch.) ; Bal- 



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liol 1880-4 (R.L.N., J.L.S.D., 
E.A., F. de P., A.L.S., W.H.F.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods., and Taylorian Ex. 
(Italian), 1882 ; B.A. and M.A. 
1896 ; winner Coll. Rega a 
Eights. Union and Carlyle Socs. 
Holder of Medal, Bene Merenti, 
and Cross, Mentana campaign, 
1867 ; studied at Univs. of Naples 
and Gottingen ; Assist. Master, 
Bury St. Edmunds, Stony Strat- 
ford, Ipswich, Crewkerne, War- 
grave, and at Clifton 1884-9; 
Prof, of Romance Languages and 
Interim Prof, of German, Mason 
Coll., Birmingham, 1889-1900 ; 
Lecturer at the Oratory, Edgbas- 
ton, 1889-^4; ditto. Midland Insti- 
tute,Birmingham,i889-i907; Prof. 
(Chair of French), Birmingham 
Univ.,1900-9; Hon.M.A., Birming- 
ham, 1 901; Exam, in Languages 
(Roiunanian, &c.), Univs. of Ox- 
ford, Cambridge, London, Birnaing- 
ham, Manchester, Aberdeen, Liver- 
pool, National Univ. of Ireland, 
I.C.S.,&c.;pensionedi909,andsince 
engaged in examining and original 
work. Publications : French and 
German Poets, 1889 ; edited Cer- 
vantes' Wooden Horse, &c., 1897 ; 
Historical French Readings, 1898- 
9 ; Le Violon de Faience, 1891 ; 
collaborated in Spanish Grammar, 
1892, and Moncalm's L'Origine 
de la Pensie el de la Parole. Ad- 
dress : The Glen, Torquay. 
*Beveridge, William Henry : h. 
March 5, 1879 ; s. of Henry 
Beveridge, I.C.S. Edvtc. Charter- 
house (Jun. and Sen. Sch. and 
Talbot Ex.) ; Balliol 1 897-1 902 
(J.W.R., E.A., A.W.P.C., E.J.) ; 
Williams Ex. ; ist Math. Mods. 
1898 ; ist CI. Mods. 1899 ; Hon. 
Mention Ireland and Craven Sch. 
1900 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1901 ; B.A. 
1902 ; 2nd B.C.L. 1903 ; M.A. 
and B.C.L. 1904 ; Lawn Tennis 
Six (winners of Inter-Coll. Cup, 
two years). Union and Arnold 
Socs. Stowell Civil Law Fellow, 
University Coll., 1902-9 ; Sub- 
Warden, Toynbee Hall, 1903-5 ; 
Barrister, I.T., 1904 ; member of 
Central Unemployed Body for 



London 1905-8 ; leader writer. 
Morning Post, 1906-8 ; Director 
of Labour Exchanges (from 1909), 
and Assist. Secretary to Board of 
Trade — Labour Exchanges and 
Unemployment Insurance Depart- 
ment (from 1913). Publications : 
Unemployment ; A Problem of 
Industry, 1909 ; John and Irene ; 
An Anthology of Thoughts on 
Woman, 1912 ; articles in Con- 
temporary Review, Economic Jour- 
nal, &c. Club : Union. Ad- 
dresses : Board of Trade, London, 
S.W. ; 35 Campden. Hill Road, 
London, W. 

^Bewsher, James : b. March 8, 
1861 ; s. of Robert Bewsher, of 
Manchester ; m. Annie, d. of H. 
Joscelyne, of Chelmsford. Issue : 
five children. Educ. Manchester 
Gr. School (Sch.) ; Balliol 1879-84 
(R.L.N., J.W.R.) ; Math. Sch. ; 
ist Math. Mods. 1880; Prox. 
Acces. Jun. Math. Sch. 1881 ; 
ist Math. 1882 ; B.A. 1883 ; ist 
Nat. Sci. (Physics) 1884; M.A. 
1886. Union and Brakenbury 
Socs. Second Master, Colet Court, 
1884 ; Head Master, ditto, 1887-. 
Address : 49 Gunterstone Road, 
West Kensington, W. 

Bhadbhad^, Lakshman Gangadhar : 
b. i86i ; s. of Gangadhar S. 
Bhadbhad6. Educ. Deccan Coll.; 
Government Law Sch., Bombay ; 
Balliol 1885-7 (R.G.T., A.V.D., 
E.A., W.M.) ; Boden Sch. 1885 ; 
2nd Or. Stud., and B.A., 1887. 
Barrister, M.T., 1888. Address : 
c/o K. S. Nulkar, Civil Lines 
Camp, Poona, India. 

Bicknell, Arthxir : b. April 6, 1891 ; 
s. of Leonard BickneU, of Pains- 
wick, Gloucs. Educ. Uppingham ; 
Manchester Univ. ; Balliol 1913- 
(H.B.H.). Address : Painswick, 
Gloucs. 

Biddle, Alfred Alexander : b. Dec. 
19, 1885 ; s. of Arthur Biddle, of 
Philadelphia, U.S.A. Educ. St. 
Mark's School, Yale ; Balliol 
1911- (A.L.S.). Address : Pene- 
lyn, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

Bilderbeck, Alured Alcock Stokes : 
b. July 23, 1854 ; s. of Rev. John 



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Bilderbeck, of Taunton ; m. Sept. 
I, 1881, Ada Mary, d. of W. A. 
Woodley, of Taunton. Issue : two 
sons, two daughters. Educ. Ton- 
bridge ; Balliol 1875-8 (R.L.N., 
E.A., W.H.F.) ; 4th Mod, Hist., 
and B.A., 1878; M.A. 1883. 
Formerly Sen. Assist. Master, 
Foyle Coll., Londonderry, Dorset 
County School, Dorchester, and 
Mr. Frank Townsend's Army 
Coaching Establishment, Clifton ; 
late proprietor of Army Coaching 
Establishment at Wimbledon. 
Address : 105 Southmoor Road, 
Oxford. [Died Jan. 2, 1914.] 
Bilgrami, Syed Hashlm : b. July 13, 
1869 ; s. of S. H. BUgrami, 
Nawab Imadul Mulk, C.S.L ; m. 
d. of Syed Amir Ali. Educ. M.A.U. 
Coll., Aligarh ; Nizam Coll., Hyder- 
abad; BaUiol 1890-2 (W.H.F., 
A.L.S.); 3rd Mod. Hist. 1893. 
Brakenbury Soc. Barrister, I.T., 
1894 ; practised at Madras Bar ; 
afterwards entered service of H.H. 
the Nizam of Hyderabad, filling 
several minor judicial posts ; now 
Judge of the High Court. A ddress : 
Hyderabad, Deccan, India. 
'''Birchenough, Charles : b. Aug. 8, 
1882 ; s. of Samuel Birchenough, 
of Stockport ; m. Aug. 1910, 
Gertrude, d. of James Thomas, of 
Cardiff. Educ. Private; Balliol 
1902-5 (H.B.H.) ; Oxford Second- 
ary Teachers' Diploma Examina- 
tion 1904 ; 2nd Nat. Sci. (Chem.), 
and B.A., 1905 ; M.A. 1909. 
Arnold Soc. Assist. Lecturer in 
Education, Univ. CoU. of S. Wales, 
Cardiff, 1905-9 ; Lecturer in 
Education and Master of Method, 
Univ. of Shefi&eld, 1909-. Publica- 
tions: History of Elementary Educa- 
tion in England and Wales, j8oo- 
'913 ; various papers on educa- 
tional subjects ; joint author of 
A Primer of Teaching Practice. 
Address : 8 Severn Road, Sheffield. 
♦Birley, Rev. Hugh Hornby : b. 
Aug. 31, 1825 ; s. of H. H. Birley, 
of Manchester. Educ. Winchester ; 
Balliol 1843-6 (E.C.W., W.C.L., 
B.J., F.T.) ; B.A. 1848 ; M.A. 1852. 
Ordained d. 1849, p. 1852 ; Curate 



of Plymstock 1849-55 ; Perpetual 
Curate of Hove 1855-61 ; Ciurate 
of Buckingham 1 861-2 ; Holy 
Trinity, Stepney, 1864-5 ; Vicar 
of Newport Pagnell 1865-6 ; 
Rector of Cranfield 1866-87 ; 
Assist. Chapl., Nice, 1888 ; Curate 
of CoUingham 1 890-1 ; Ebrington 
1891-2. Address : 6 Sandy Lane, 
Pendleton, Manchester. 
*Birley, William Hornby : b. Dec. 
22, 1834 ; s. of H. H. Birley, 
of Manchester ; m. 1861, Mary 
Louisa, d. of Richard Yapp. 
Issue : two sons, three daughters. 
Educ. Winchester; Balliol 1852- 
6 (W.C.L., H.J.S.S.) ; 3rd Math. 
Mods. 1855 ; 3rd Math. 1856 ; 
B.A. 1858; M.A. 1859; Eight. 
Union Soc. Barrister, L.I., i860 ; 
Sec. to Royal Sanitary Commis- 
sion 1869 ; ditto, City Pcurochial 
Commission 1878. Address •.'E\eTL&- 
ley. Knoll Road, Dorking. 
Biswas, Suresh Chundra : b. 1862 ; 
I s. of C. P. Biswas. Educ. Presi- 
dency Coll., Calcutta ; Balliol 
1883-6 (R.G.T.) ; 4th Jur., and 
B.A., 1886. Barrister, M.T., 1886. 
Address : 34 Beadon Street, Cal- 
cutta, India. 

*BIack, Florance William : b. Jan. 
31, 1879 ; s. of W. C. Black, of 
Kailzie, Peebles. Educ. Winches- 
ter ; Balliol 1897-1901 (A.L.S., 
W.H.F.) ; 4th Mod. Hist, and B. A., 
1901 ; M.A. 1905. Address : Kailzie, 
Peebles, Scotland. 
Black, John Bennett : b. July 26, 
1883 : s. of John Black, tobacco 
manufacturer, of Glasgow. Educ. 
Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 1908-10 
(A.L.S., H.W.C.D., F.F.U.) ; ist 
Mod. Hist., and Beit Prize, 1910 ; 
B.A. 1911 ; Arnold Prize 1914 ; 
M.A. (Honours), Glasgow, 1907. 
Lecturer in Hist., Glasgow Univ., 
1910-. Address : The University, 
Glasgow. 
Blackwood, Lord Ian Basil Gawen 
Temple : b. Nov. 4, 1870 ; s. of 
ist Marquess of Dufferin and Ava. 
Educ. St. George's School, Ascot ; 
Harrow ; Balliol 1891-4 (A.L.S.) ; 
3rd Mod. Hist. 1894. Union and 
Dervorguilla Socs. Barrister, I.T., 



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1897; Deputy Judge- Advocate, 
S. Africa, 1 900-1 ; Sec. to Gover- 
nor, Orange River Colony, 1 901-2 ; 
Assist. Colonial Sec, ditto, 1902-7 ; 
Colonial Sec, Barbados, 1907-9 ; 
Assist. Sec. Development Com- 
mission, 1910-. Illustrated the 
Bad Child's Book of Beasts, More 
Beasts, Modern Traveller, &c. 
Clubs : White's, Beefsteak. Ad- 
dresses : 6 A Dean's Yard, West- 
minster, London, S.W. ; Clande- 
boye, Co. Down, Ireland. 

Blair, Patrick James : b. March 
16, 189 1 ; s. of Hugh Blair, of 
Edinburgh. Educ. Edinburgh 
Academy ; Balliol 1910- (C.B., 
A.W.P.C, R.G.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1912 ; 2nd Torpid and Eight. 
Brakenbury Soc. Address : 15 
Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Blandy, sdmond Nicolas : b. July 
31, 1886 ; s. of A. F. Blandy, of 
Abingdon. Educ. Ciifton (Sch.) ; 
BaUiol 1905-10 (A.W.P.C, A.D.L., 
J.A.S., J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1907 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 

1909 ; Boden Sanskrit Sch. 1910 ; 
Rugby XV ; Tennis VI. Union, 
Brakenbury, and Arnold Socs. 
I.C.S., E. Bengal and Assam ; 
Assist. Magistrate and Collector 

1910 ; transferred to Bengal 1912. 
Address : The Warren, Abingdon. 

Blennerhassett, Sir Arthur Charles 
Francis Maria Henry Bernard, 
Bart. : b. April 14, 1 871 ; s. of 
Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, 4th 
Bart., P.C. ; m. 1899, Mary 
Frances, d. of Baron Ludwig von 
Aretin, of Haidenburg, Bavaria. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Maximi- 
lian-Gymnasium, Munich ; Balliol 
1890-5 (W.R.H., A.L.S.); 3rd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1894. 
Union, Brakenbury, and Annan- 
dale Socs. I.C.S. ; Assist. Com- 
missioner, Political Agent, Divi- 
sional and Sessions Judge, Central 
Provinces, 1 895-1 908 ; Deputy 
Commissioner 1908 ; 3rd Sec. to 
Chief Commissioner, Feb. 191 2 ; 
2nd Sec, ditto, Feb.-May, 1912. 
Publication : The Weaving In- 
dustry in the Central Provinces, 
1898. Clubs : Wellington, St. 



James's. Address : c/o Grindlay 
& Co., 54 Parliament St., London, 
S.W. 

Blight, Edward Clare : b. Oct. 22, 
1887 ; s. of James Blight, of 
Bennetthorpe, Doncaster. Educ. 
Doncaster Gr. School ; Balliol 
1906-10 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.) ; 
Brakenbury Sch. ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1910 ; Hockey 
XL Investigating Officer under 
Trade Boards Act. Recreation : 
Scoutmaster. Address : Toynbee 
Hall, Whitechapel, London, E. 

Bliss, Henry James Wheeler : b. 
Aug. 16, 1881 ; s. of Sir H. W. 
Bliss, K.C.I.E. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1900-4 (J.W.R., H.B.H.) ; 
2nd Math. Mods. 1902 ; ist Nat. 
Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 1904 ; 
Torpid (i). Arnold Soc. Studied 
at Columbia Univ. (M.A. 1905) ; 
engaged in commercial chemical 
research work with Strange and 
Graham, Lim., London, Publica- 
tions : paper before American 
Chem. Soc, 1905 ; Patents, 1912 ; 
&c. Address : United University 
Club, Pall Mall East, London, S.W. 

Bloxam, Richard Noel : b. Dec. 23, 
1887; s. of F. R. T. Bloxam, 
Taxing Master of Supreme Court. 
Educ. Bradfield (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1908-9 (C.B.). Farming in Inver- 
ness-shire 1910-11 ; fruit-farming 
at Pershore 1911-, Address : 
Sunnyside, Pershore. 

Blucher von Wahlstatt, Count 
Lothair William Gebhard : b. 
Oct. 20, 1890 ; s. of Gebhard 
Prince Blucher von Wahlstatt. 
Educ. Charters Towers, East 
Grinstead; Balliol 1 909-1 1 (E.H., 
A.L.S.). Address : Herm Island, 
Guernsey. 

Blythman, Rev. Arthur : b. Jan. 9, 

1841 ; s. of R. O. Blythman, of 
Swinton, Yorks. ; m. April 13, 
1869, Mary E., d. of Rev. A. 
Borradaile. Issue : eleven chil- 
dren. Educ. Durham School 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1861-4 (E.C.W., 
E.P., J.R., B.J., W.L.N., T.H.G.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1862 ; B.A. 1866 ; 
M.A. 1868 ; 2nd in Univ. High 
Jump 1862 ; Eight ; winner 



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College Mile, Hurdles, 120 yards, 
and Long and High Jumps. 
Union Soc. Ordained d. 1867, p. 
1868. Curate of St. Mary's, Vin- 
cent Square, Westminster, 1867- 
9 ; Rector of Shenington, 1869-, 
with Alkerton 1900- ; Chairman 
Banbury Rural District Council ; 
ditto. School Attendance Commit- 
tee ; member of Old Age Pensions 
Committee ; Income Tax Com- 
missioner ; J. P. Oxon. Address: 
Shenington Rectory, Banbury. 

*Boas, Frederick Samuel : b. July 
24, 1862 ; s. of Hermann Boas, 
of Belfast ; m. Dec. 29, 1892, 
Henrietta O'Brien, d. of S. J. 
Owen, Reader in Indian History, 
Oxford. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Clifton (Sch.) ; Balliol 1881-6 
(D.G.R.) ; Open and Jenk3Tis 
Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1882 ; ist Lit. 
Hum. 1885 ; 1st Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1886; M.A. 1888. Union 
(Standing and Lib. Committees), 
Carlyle, and Brakenbury Socs. 
Lecturer, Oxford Univ. Exten- 
sion Delegacy, 1887-1901 ; Prof, 
of English Literature, Queen's 
Coll., Belfast, and Fellow of Royal 
Univ. of Ireland, 1 901-5 ; Libra- 
rian, Queen's Coll., Belfast, 1903- 
5 ; Exam, in English, Edinburgh 
Univ., 1903-7 ; Clark Lecturer 
in English Literature, Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge, 1904-51; Divi- 
sional Inspector of Higher Educa- 
tion, Education Department of 
London County Council, 1905- ; 
first Hon. Gen. Sec. of English 
Association 1906-9 ; Vice-Pres., 
ditto ; Hon. LL.D., St. Andrews, 
1909. Publications: Shakespeare 
and his Predecessors, 1896 ; Thomas 
Kyd's Works, 1901 ; The Poetical 
Works of Giles and Phineas 
Fletcher, 1908 ; University Drama 
in the Tudor Age, 1914 ; contribu- 
tions to vols, v and vi, The Cam- 
bridgeHistory of English Literature ; 
editor of various Elizabethan 
plays, &c. Recreations : Cycling, 
croquet. Address : 51 Longridge 
Road, Earl's Court, London, S.W. 

Bodley, John Edward Courtenay : 
6. June 6, 1853 ; s. of E, F. Bodley, 



J. P. (Founder's Kin of the 
Bodleian Library) ; tn. 1891, 
Evelyn, d. of John Bell, of Rush- 
pool Hall, Yorks. Issue : two 
sons, one daughter. Educ. Private ; 
BaUiol 1873-6 (J.L.S.D., R.G.T., 
A.D.) ; B.A. 1877 ; M.A. 1879. 
Barrister, I.T., 1874 ; Private 
Sec. to Pres. of Local Govern- 
ment Board 1882-5 5 Sec. to 
Royal Commission on Housing of 
Working Classes 1884-5 ; corre- 
sponding Member of the Institute 
of France (Academic des Sciences 
Morales et Politiques), 1902. Pub- 
lications : France, ist ed. 1898, 
7th ed. 1908 (French editions trans, 
by author 1901-4) ; L' Anglo- 
manie et les traditions frangaises, 
1899 ; three reports on Housing of 
Working Classes in England, Scot- 
land, and Ireland, 1885 ; The 
Church in France (Royal Institu- 
tion Lectures), 1906 ; The Coro- 
nation of Edward VII (by His 
Majesty's command), 1903, 2nd 
ed. 191 1 ; articles on France in 
Encyclopaedia Briiannica, 1910 ; 
Cardinal Manning and Other 
Essays, 191 2 ; L'Age micanique et 
le diclin de Vidialisme en France, 
1 91 3. Address ; 2 Adelaide Man- 
sions, Hove. 

Boissier, Arthur Paul : b. Jan, 25, 
1881 ; s. of Rev. F. S. Boissier, 
Vicar of Denby, and formerly 
Head Master of All Saints School, 
Bloxham ; m. Dec. 30, 1909, 
Dorothy Leslie, d. of Rev. Canon 
Clement Smith, M.V.O., Rector of 
Whippingham. Educ. St. John's 
School, Leatherhead (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1900-4 (J.W.R.) ; Williams 
Ex. ; 2nd Math. Mods. 1903 ; 2nd 
Math. 1904 ; B.A. 1905 ; Univ. 
1904, and Coll. Assoc. XI's ; 
Cricket, Hockey, and Tennis 
teams. Assist. Master in Math., 
Fettes, 1905 ; ditto. Royal Naval 
Coll., Osborne, 1906 ; Senior, 
ditto, ditto, 191 1-. Address : 
Royal Naval College, Osborne, 
I.W. 

Bokhari, Halimshahi Syed All 
Abbas : b. Aug. 19, 1889 ; s. of 
Halim Shahi Syed Mahmood Shah 



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Sahib Bokhari. Educ. Private ; 
Balliol 1909. Addresses : Marai 
in Tirah, Afghanistan ; Provincial 
Muslim League, N.W.F.P., Pesha- 
war, India. 

Bomford, Hugh : b. Aug. 12, 1882 ; 
s. of Sir Gerald Bomford, K.C.I. E. 
Educ. Marlborough (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1900-6 (A.W.P.C, J.A.S., 
W.M.) ; Williams Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1902 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1904 ; 
B.A. 1905 ; Univ. 1901-4, and 
Coll. (Capt.) Hockey XI's ; Cricket 
XI. (capt.). Union and Brakenbury 
Socs. I.C.S. ; Assist. Commissioner, 
United Provinces, 1906-. Recrea- 
tions : Polo, shikar. Addresses : c/o 
Secretarial Department, Allaha 
bad, India ; Hillersdon HousC; 
Godwyne Road, Dover. 

^Bonar, James : b. Sept. 27 
1852 ; s. of Rev. Dr. A. A. Bonar, 
of Collace, Co. Perth ; m. 1883 
Mary Mewbum, d. of G. S. Miller, 
of Liverpool. Issue : two sons, 
two daughters. Educ. Glasgow 
Academy and Univ. ; Leipzig 
Tubingen; Balliol 1873-6 (F. de 
P., J.L.S.D.) ; Snell Ex. ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1875 ; ist Lit. Hvrai 
and B.A., 1877 ; M.A. 1881 
winner Terminal Prize Foils 
Dec. 1874. Union Soc. M.A 
1874, LL.D. 1886, Glasgow 
Lectiurer, London Soc. for Exten 
sion of Univ. Teaching, 1877-80 
Private Tutor, Oxford, 1881 ; Jun 
Exam. H.M. Civil Service Com 
mission 1881, Sen. ditto 1895 
member of Council of Royal 
Economic and Statistical Socs 
and of British Assoc. ; Pres 
Section F (Economics) British 
Assoc. 1898 ; Deputy Master 
Canadian Branch of Royal Mint 
1907-. Publications : Malthus 
and his Work, 1885 ; Philosophy 
and Political Economy, 1893 ; 
Catalogue of Adam Smith's Library, 
1894 ; Elements of Political 
Economy, 1903 ; Disturbing Ele- 
ments in Political Economy, 1911 ; 
editor, Ricardo's Letters to Malthus, 
1887 ; joint editor, Ricardo's 
Letters to Trower, 1899. Recrea- 
tions : Fencing, skating, litera- 



ture, music. Clubs : Savile ; 
Rideau (Ottawa). Address : The 
Mint, Ottawa, Canada. 
Bonham-Carter, Maurice : b. Oct. 
II, 1880; s. of H. Bonham- 
Carter, Barrister-at-law. Educ. 
Winchester (Ex.) ; Balliol 1899- 

1903 (J.C, H.B.H.) ; 4th Nat. 
Sci. (Chem.) 1903 ; B.A. 1906 ; 
Univ. Cricket XI 1902 ; Cricket, 
Hockey, and Assoc. XI's; Rugby 
XV. Dervorguilla and Annandale 
Socs. (Pres.). Barrister, L.I., 
1909 ; Private Sec. to Prime Minis- 
ter 1910-. Club : Union. Ad- 
dress : 5 Hyde Park Square, 
London, W. 

Bonham-Carter, Norman : b. Dec. 
29, 1867 ; s. of H. Bonham- 
Carter, Barrister-at-law ; m. 
Eileen Beatrice, d. of Surgeon-Col. 
Mathew, I. M.S. Educ. Rugby 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1886-8 (W.M.) ; 
Cricket XL Dervorguilla Soc. 
I.C.S., Bengal ; Assist. Magistrate 
and Collector 1888-93 ; Under- 
Sec, to Government 1893-6 ; 
Magistrate and Collector 1896- 
1904; Inspector-General of Police, 
E. Bengal and Assam, 1905-10 ; 
Magistrate and Collector 1912 ; 
Divisional Commissioner 191 3. 
Club : East India United Service. 
Address : c/o H. S. King & Co., 
9 Pall MaU, London, S.W. 

Bonnerjee, Kalikrushna Wood : b. 
Dec. 4, 1874 ; s. of Hon. W. C. Bon- 
nerjee, of Calcutta. Educ. 'Rnghy; 
Balliol 1894-7 (E.J.P., F. de P., 
T.R., W.H.F., E.A.) ; B.A. 1899 ; 
M.A. 1902. Barrister, M.T., 1899. 

Bonnerjee, Ratnakrishna Curran : 
b. July 28, 1883; s. of Hon. W. C. 
Bonnerjee, of Calcutta ; m. Oct. 
3, 1907, Amia, d. of R. N. 
Roy, Auditor-General of India. 
Issue : two sons, two daughters. 
Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 1902-6 
(F. de P., J.A.S.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 

1904 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1906 ; Eight (Cox). Union (Treas. 
1905) and Dervorguilla (Pres.) 
Socs. Barrister, M.T., 1907 ; 
Advocate, High Court of Judica- 
ture, Fort WUliam, Bengal, 1907. 
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cutta. Address : ii Ballygunge 
Circular Road, Calcutta, India. 

Bonus, Arthur Rivers : b. Dec. 29 
1866 ; s. of Major-General Joseph 
Bonus, R.E. Educ. Clifton (Sch.) 
Balliol 1884-6 (W.M.) ; Torpid 
Union and Dervorguilla Socs 
I.C.S. ; Assist. Collector and Col 
lector, Bombay, 1889-92 ; served in 
Burma as Assist. Commissioner and 
Deputy Commissioner; Sen. Collec- 
tor, Bombay, 1 906 -. Publications : 
various casual papers and sketches. 
Recreations : Shooting, fishing, 
photography, travel, mountaineer- 
ing. Clubs : Oxford and Cam- 
bridge, United Empire. Address : 
Oxford and Cambridge Club, Pall 
Mall, London. 

Borel, Maurice Armand Hippolyte : 
b. Oct. 10, 1862 ; s. of Paul Borel, 
of Paris. Educ. Lycee Fontanes ; 
Balliol 1882. Union Soc. Entered 
French Diplomatic Service 1883 ; 
Sec. of Embassy, Vienna ; ditto, 
London ; ditto, Brussels ; Private 
Sec. to MM. Hanotaux and Del- 
casse, French Ministers for Foreign 
Affairs ; Minister Plenipotentiary ; 
retired 1904. Publications : his- 
torical essays in Revue des Deux 
Mondes. Addresses : 65 Avenue 
Henri Martin, Paris ; La Cour 
Sarrasine, Chemin de Fabron, 
Nice, France. 

Borley, George Colby Hawkins : b. 
May 12, 1891 ; s. of G. J. Borley, 
of London. Educ. Univ. Coll., 
Reading ; Balliol 1910- {A.L.S., 
N.S.T., H.M.W., A.J.T.) ; Braken- 
bury Sch. Prox. Acces. Stan- 
hope Hist. Essay 1912. Address : 
32 Baskerville Road, Wandsworth 
Common, London, S.W. 

"Bosanquet, Berna^ : b. 1848 ; s. 
of Rev. R. W. Bosanquet, of 
Rock, Alnwick ; m. 1895, Helen, 
d. of John Dendy. Educ. Harrow 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1867-70 (E.P., 
T.H.G., B.J., W.L.N.); Sch.; 
ist CI. Mods. 1868 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1870 ; M.A. 1873 ; 
Fellow, Lectiurer, and Tutor, 
University Coll., 1 871-81 ; Exam, 
in Classics 1882 ; took part in 
work of Charity Organization Soc. 



(Chairman of Administrative Com- 
mittee, Vice-Chairman of Council), 
and Ethical Soc. (Pres.) in London 
1881-97 ; Pres. of Aristotelian 
Soc. ; Chairman of Executive 
Committee of London School of 
Sociology ; Prof, of Moral Philo- 
sophy at St. Andrews 1903-8 ; 
Gififord Lecturer, Edinburgh Univ.; 
LL.D., Glasgow and Birmingham ; 
D.C.L., Durham ; Fellow of 
British Academy 1903. Publica- 
tions : translation of Schomann's 
Constitutional History of Athens, 
1878 ; Essay on Logic, 1883 ; 
edited translation of Lotze's 
System of Philosophy, 1884 ; 
translation of Introduction to 
HegeVs Aesthetic, i886 ; Knowledge 
and Reality, 1885 ; Logic, 2 vols., 
1888 ; Essays and Addresses, 
1891 ; History of Aesthetic, 1892 ; 
Civilization of Christendom, 1893 ; 
Essentials of Logic, 1895 ; Com- 
panion to Plato's Republic, and 
Aspects of Social Problem, 1895 ; 
Psychology of the Moral Self, 1897 ; 
Philosophical Theory of the State, 
1899; Education of the Young in 
Plato's Republic, 1900 ; The Prin- 
ciple of Individuality and Value, 
191 2 ; Value and Destiny of the 
Individual, and The Distinction 
between Mind and its Objects, 1913. 
Recreations : Gardening, novel- 
reading. Clubs : Royal Societies, 
Albemarle. Address : Heath Cot- 
tage, Oxshott, Surrey. 
Bosanquet, Robert Holford Mac- 
dowafl : b. July 30, 1841 ; s. of 
Rev. R. W. Bosanquet, of Rock, 
Alnwick. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1859-63 (E.C.W., H.J.S.S.) ; 2nd 
Math. Mods. 1861 ; ist Nat. Sci., 
and B.A., 1862 ; ist Math. 1863 ; 
M.A. 1868. Barrister, L.I., 1866 ; 
Math. Lecturer, Christ Church, 
1868-70 ; Fellow of St. John's 
1870-1912 ; Math. Moderator 
1871 ; Nat. Sci. Exam. 1871-2-3 ; 
F.R.S. ; F.R.A.S. Publications : 
Musical Intervals and Tempera- 
ment, 1876 ; articles on ' The 
Organ ' in Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica ; various papers on Acoustics, 
Electro-magnetism, and optical 



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subjects in Phil. Mug., Photo- 
graphic Journal, and elsewhere. 
Address: Castillo Zamora, Realejo- 
Alto, Teneriffe. [DiedAug.7, 1912.] 

*Boulton, Harold Edwin : b. Aug. 7, 
1859 ; s. of Sir S. B. Boulton, ist 
Bart. ; m. Jan. 26, 1889, Adelaide 
Lucy, d. of Lieut.-Col. H. D. C. R. 
Davidson, D.L., of Tulloch Castle, 
Dingwall. Issue : two sons, one 
daughter. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1878-81 (R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1879; 3rd Lit. Hum., B.A., and 
Prox. Acces. for Newdigate Prize, 
1881; M.A. 1884; winner Coll. 
Eights and Pairs. Hon. Sec. of 
Keats-Shelley Memorial Assoc. ; 
Vice-Chairman of Queen Victoria's 
Jubilee Institute for Nurses ; 
Chairman of People's Palace 
and East London Horticultural 
Soc. ; founder and Hon. Manager 
of House of Shelter ; an Hon. 
Manager of Mendicity Soc. ; 
founder and Vice-Pres. of Federa- 
tion of Working Men's Social 
Clubs ; on Committee of London 
Hospital, Gordon League, and 
Naval and Military Musical Union; 
Director of Burt, Boulton, and 
Haywood, Ltd., Timber Mer- 
chants and Chemical Manufac- 
turers, Dominion Tar and Chemical 
Co., Ltd., and Baths Club, Ltd. ; 
M.V.O. 1903; C.V.O. 1913; J.P. 
for West Ham ; Knight of Justice 
of the Order of St. John of Jerusa- 
lem in England ; Hon. Special 
Commissioner for Canada of St. 
John Ambulance Assoc. ; late 
Capt. 3rd Batt. Queen's Own 
Cameron Highlanders ; an ovate 
bard of Wales (title Prydydd Gen- 
heddloed Prydain). Publications : 
The Skye Boat Song; Glorious 
Devon ; editor and part writer of 
Songs of the North (2 vols.) ; Songs 
of the Four Nations ; Canti d' Italia ; 
Twelve Lyrics ; and various 
volumes of songs and detached 
Ijnics. Clubs : Athenaeum, Marl- 
borough, Oxford and Cambridge, 
Bath. Address : 5 South wick 
St., London, W. 

•Boulton, Oscar Evan : b. May 29, 
1866 ; s. of Sir S. B. Boulton, ist 



Bart. ; m. 1894, Barbara Marion, 
d. of Major-General Wauchope, 
Indian Army. Issue : one daugh- 
ter. Educ. Harrow ; BalUol 
1884-8 (W.H.F., A.L.S.) ; 3rd CL 
Mods. 1886; 2nd Mod. Hist. 
1888; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1895. 
Served in S. African War with 
Scottish Yeomanry (medal, three 
clasps) ; Lieut.-Col., commanding 
since 1913, City of London Yeo- 
manry (Rough Riders) ; Terri- 
torial Force Assoc. ; late Pres. 
Northern Federation (London) 
Working Men's Social Clubs; 
Director of Burt, Boulton, and 
Haywood, Ltd., Timber Mer- 
chants and Chemical Manufac- 
turers, The British Australian 
Timber Co., and of Dominion Tar 
and Chemical Co. ; Knight of 
Grace of the Order of St. John of 
Jerusalem. Publications : occa- 
sional contributor of poems, 
articles, &c., to periodical litera- 
ture. Address : Lyenells, Totte- 
ridge, Herts. 

Bourdlllon, Francis Bernard : b. 
March 3, 1883 ; s. of F. W. Bour- 
dillon, of Buddington, Midhurst, 
Sussex; w.Dec.i7,i9io,Mary Doro- 
thea, d. of Joseph Armitage, M.D. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Charter- 
house (Sch.) ; Balliol 1902-7 
(A.W.P.C., F.L.A., H.W.C.D., 
A.L.S.) ; ist Mod. Lang. (French), 
and B.A., 1905 ; 2nd Mod, Hist. 
1907 ; Torpid (i) ; Hockey XL 
Union Soc. O.U.R.V.C. {2nd 
Lieut.) 1902-7. Lecturer in Ger- 
man, University Coll., Reading, 
1908-13 ; Warden of Wantage 
Hall, Reading, 1908-10 ; Sec. 
Reading Guild of Help, 1911-; 
Lecturer in Mod. Lang., Balliol, 
1913-. Addresses : Balliol College, 
Oxford ; Meadowland, Heading- 
ton. 

Bourdillon, Robert Benedict : b. 
Sept. 8, 1889; s. of F. W. Bour- 
dillon, of Buddington, Midhurst, 
Sussex. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
1908-12 (H.B.H., D.H.N.) ; ist 
Nat. Sci., and B.A., 1912. Lec- 
turer in Chem., Balliol, 1912 ; 
Fellow and Praelector in Chem., 



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University Coll., 191 3-. Address : 
University College, Oxford. 

Bowden-Smith, Godfrey : b. Nov. 
27, 1865 ; s. of Rev. P. Bowden- 
Smith, of Rugby. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1884-8 (F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1886 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1888; M.A. 1894. 
Assist. Master, Repton, 1888-95 ; 
Rugby, 1896. 

*Bowen, Hon. and Rev. William 
Edward : b. Nov. 28, 1862 ; s. of 
Lord Bowen, Visitor of Balliol 
1885-94 ; w». d. of Rev. Canon 
Morse, Vicar of St. Mary's, Not- 
tingham. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1882-4 (W.H.F., A.L.S.) ; 3rd CI 
Mods. 1883; 3rdMod. Hist. 1885 
B.A. 1886 ; M.A. 1893. Ordained 
d. 1886, p. 1890 ; Curate of St 
John the Evangelist, Darlington 
1886 ; St. Mary's, Nottiagham 
1887-8 ; St. Botolph's, Bishops 
gate, 1888 ; Warminster 1889-91 
St. Stephen's, Westbourne Park 
1892-3 ; St. Andrew's, Holborn 
1893-6 ; Holy Trinity, Stepney 
1896-7; St. Botolph's, Aldgate 
1898-9 ; Lecturer, St. Mark's, N 
Audley St., 1899-1900. Publica 
tions : Edward Bowen, A Memoir 
Parochial Sermons, ist series 
1903 ; and series, 1904. Club 
Athenaeum. Address : 107 Bark 
ston Gardens, London, S.W. 

Bower, George : b. Jan. n, 1864 
s. of Rev. A. Bower, Fellow of 
St. John's Coll., Cambridge ; m 
July 21, 1896, Eleanor, d. of H 
Hicks. Issue : one son. Educ 
Eton (King's Sch.) ; Balliol 1882- 
4 (A.T.). I.C.S. ; Assist. Commis 
sioner and Officiating Under-Sec. 
to Government, N.W. Provinces 
and Oudh, 1884 ; Joint Magistrate 
1890 ; Deputy Superintendent, 
family domains of the Maharaja 
of Benares, 1890-3 ; Deputy 
Commissioner 1896 ; Magistrate 
and Collector 1897 ; Additional 
Commissioner 1907 ; retired 19 10. 
Address : Netherleigh, South Nut- 
field, Surrey. 

Bowlby, Henry Russell : b. April 17, 
1890 ; s. of Rev. H. T. Bowlby, 
Head Master of Lancing CoU. 



Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1909-13 
(A.L.S., N.S.T., F.F.U.) ; Cricket 

iCapt.) and Assoc. (Sec.) XI's; 
*res. of Athletic Club 1911. 
Brakenbury Soc. Canning Club ; 
Officer, O.U.T.C. Address : Lanc- 
ing College, Shoreham, Sussex. 

*Bowlby, Rev. Henry Thomas : 
b. June 15, 1864 ; s. of Rt. Rev. 
H. B. Bowlby, Bishop-Suffragan 
of Coventry ; m. 1889, Annie, d. 
of Rev. W. W. Gedge, of Malvern 
Wells. Issue : four sons, two 
daughters. Educ. Chcirterhouse 
(Sch.) ; BaUiol 1883-7 (E.A., 
J.L.S.D.) ; Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1884 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1887 ; M.A. 1892 ; Pres. O.U.A.C. 
1887 ; Sec. of Canning Club 1886- 
7. Ordained d. 1893, p. 1895 ; 
Assist. Master, Eton, 1887-1909 ; 
Hon. Chapl. to Archbishop ol 
York 1909 ; Head Master, Lanc- 
ing Coll., 1909-. Club : Royal 
Automobile. Address : Lancmg 
College, Shoreham, Sussex. 

Bowlby, Hugh Salvm: b. July n, 
1892 ; s. of Rev. H. T. Bowlby, 
Head Master of Lancing CoU. 
Educ. Eton; Balliol ign- 
(H.B.H.) ; Cricket and Assoc. XI's. 
Brakenbury Soc. Address : Lanc- 
ing College, Shoreham, Sussex. 

Bowman, Eric Fisher : b. April 28, 
1893 ; s. of J. F. Bowman, of 
Scarborough. Educ. Scarborough 
Municipal School; Balliol 1911- 
(A.L.S., N.S.T.); Torpid, Morri- 
son Fours, 1 91 2. Union Soc. 
Address : 37 Scalby Road, Scar- 
borough. 

Boyd, Andrew : b. 1863 ; s. of 
Gage Boyd, of Kilrea, Co. London- 
derry. Educ. Coleraine School ; 
Balliol 1887-90 (F. de P., A.L.S.). 

Boyd-Carpenter, Archibald Boyd : 
b. March 26, 1873 ; s. of Rt. Rev. 
W. Boyd-Carpenter, Bishop of 
Ripon ; m. June 5, 1907, Annie, 
d. of Thomas Dugdale, of Cross 
Hill, Blackburn. Issue : one son, 
one daughter. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1892-6 (W.R.H., A.L.S., 
W.H.Fremantle) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 
1896; B.A. 1897. Union (Sec. 1895, 
Pres. 1896) and Brakenbury Socs. 



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On staff of Yorkshire Post 1896-9 ; 
served in S. African War ; Imperial 
Yeomanry ; Commission in High- 
land Light Infantry 1900 ; Staff 
Ofl&cer to Major-General Lord 
Chesham ; A.D.C. to General 
Belfield ; twice mentioned in 
dispatches ; Queen's Medal (three 
clasps), King's Medal (two clasps) ; 
retired with rank of Captain in the 
Reserve 1904 ; Mayor of Harro- 
gate 1909-10 and 1910-11 ; repre- 
sentative of Harrogate on West 
Riding County Council 191 o- ; 
contested (C.) Colne Valley Div. 
Jan. and Dec. 1910 ; J. P. Clubs : 
Carlton, Junior Carlton, Jimior 
Constitutional. Address : Ash- 
bourne, Harrogate. 

•Boyer, Rev. Percy James : b. July 
31, 1859 ; s. of Henry Boyer. 
Educ. Merchant Taylors' School 
(Ex.) ; Balliol 1879-84 (W.H.F., 
E.A., T.K.C.); Hebrew Sch. ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1880 ; Pusey and 
EUerton Sch., and 2nd Theol., 
1882 ; Kennicott Sch., and B.A., 
1883 ; M.A. 1886. Ordained d. 
1883, p. 1884 ; Curate of St. Mark, 
Peterborough, 1883-6 ; Nar- 
borough 1 856-8 ; Benhilton 1888- 
92 ; Cranbrook 1893-4 5 Vicar of 
Desborough 1 894-1 903 ; Rothers- 
thorpe, 1903-13. Publications : 
Critical and Historical Notes, 1908 ; 
The Book of Joshua, igio. Address: 
Seacot, Westbrook, Margate. 

*Boyle, Sir Edward, 2nd Bart. : 
b. June 12, 1878 ; s. of Sir 
Edward Boyle, 1st Bart., K.C., 
M.P. Educ. Eton; Balliol 
1896-1900 (W.H.F., A.L.S., 
F.F.U.); 3rd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1900 ; M.A. 1902, Pres, of 
Dervorguilla Soc. and of Palmer- 
ston Club. Barrister, I.T., 1902 ; 
engaged in political work on various 
committees ; Associate of Sur- 
veyors' Institution ; F.R.G.S. ; 
J.P.Sussex. Publications : vaiiovLS 
songs. Clubs I Reform, Union, 
Garrick, Eighty. Addresses : 63 
Queen's Gate, London, S.W. ; 
I King's Bench Walk, Temple, 
London, E.C. ; Ockham, Hurst 
Green, Sussex. 



Boyle, John : b. 1820 ; s. of Rt. 
Hon. David Boyle, of Shewalton ; 
tn. Sept. 6, 1853, Jane, d. of 
Theodore Walrond, of Calder Park, 
Lanarkshire. Issue : two sons, 
one daughter. Educ. Edinburgh 
Academy ; Glasgow Univ. ; Bal- 
liol 1839-43 ; Snell Ex. ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1843 ; M.A. 
1846. Barrister, I.T., 1846. 
Northern Circuit and Chancery 
Bar ; Trustee under Will of Mar- 
quis of Bute 1852. 

Brabant, Frank Herbert : b. May 
22, 1892 ; s. of F. G. Brabant, of 
Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. 
Educ. Winchester (Ex.) ; Balliol 
191 1- (R.G., N.S.T.) ; Braken- 
bury Sch. ; joint holder Jenkyns 
Ex. 1914. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Address : 22 Museum Road, 
Oxford. 

Bradby, Grodfrey Fox : b. May 21, 
1863; s. of Rev. E. H. Bradby, 
D.D., Head Master of Haileybury. 
Educ. Rugby; Balliol 1882-6 
(W.H.F., J.L.S.D.) ; ist CI. Mods. 
1884 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1886; M.A. 1889; Univ. Rugby 
XV 1883-6 (Treas. 1885-6). 
Union and Dervorguilla Socs. 
Master 1887, House ditto 1908, 
Rugby. Publications : Great 
Days of Versailles ; Dick ; Mar- 
quis's Eye ; Awakening of Bittle- 
sham ; Broadland, and other 
Poems ; Reaping the Whirlwind, 
and other Poems ; When Every 
Tree was Green ; The Lanchester 
Tradition. Address : The School, 
Rugby. 

^Bradley, Andrew Cecil : b. March 
26, 1851 ; s. of Rev. Charles 
Bradley, of Clapham. Educ. 
Cheltenham ; Balliol 1869-73 
(T.H.G.) ; Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1871 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1873 ; B.A. 
1874 ; English Essay 1875 ; M.A. 
1876 ; Cricket XL Union and 
Dervorguilla Socs. Fellow 1874, 
Lecturer 1876-81, Hon. Fellow 
1 912, Balliol ; Lectiurer to Assoc, 
for Teaching of Women, from its 
foundation to 1881 ; Prof, of 
Mod. Literature (and for a time 
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Liverpool, 1882-9 ; Prof, of 
English Language and Literature, 
Glasgow Univ., 1 889-1900; Prof, of 
Poetry, Oxford, 1901-6 ; Trustee 
of Jowett Memorial Fund ; LL.D., 
Edinburgh and Glasgow ; D.Litt., 
Victoria and Liverpool ; F.B.A. 
Publications : A ristotle's Conception 
of the State (in Hellenica), 1880 ; 
edited T. H. Green's Prolegomena to 
Ethics, 1883 ; translated Book III 
of Lotze's Metaphysik, 1884 ; 
edited, with a biographical sketch, 
first volume of Philosophical 
Lectures and Remains of R. L. 
Nettleship, 1897 ; A Commentary 
on Tennyson's ' In Memoriam ', 
1901 ; Shakespearean Tragedy, 
1904 ; Oxford Lectures on Poetry, 
1909 ; various pamphlets. Recrea- 
tions : Golf, mountaineering, 
botany. Club : Savile. Address : 
54 Scarsdale Villas, Kensington, 
London, W. 

Bradley, William Roper : b. 1855 ; 
s. of B. S. Bradley, of Birmingham. 
Educ. King Edward's School, 
Birmingham ; Balliol 1873-6 ; 
Ex. ; 3rd Math. Mods. 1875 ; 
4th Math., and B.A., 1876 ; M.A. 
1 88 1 . Second Master, Camp Hill Gr. 
School, Birmingham. Address : 
Camp Hill Grammar School, 
Birmingham. 

*Brainston, Sir John : b. Nov. 14, 
1832 ; s. of T. W. Bramston, M.P., 
of Roxwell, Essex ; m. 1872, 
Eliza Isabella, d. of Rev. H. V. 
Russell. Educ. Winchester ; Bal- 
liol 1850-4 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1852 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum. 1853 ; 2nd Law 
and Hist., and B.A., 1854 ; B.C.L. 
1856; D.C.L. 1863; Eight. 
Barrister, M.T., 1857 ; Private 
Sec. to Governor of Queensland 
1860-2 ; member of Legislative 
Council 1863-72 ; Executive 
Council 1864-6 and 1870-4 ; 
Assembly 1872-4 ; Attorney- 
General 1870-4 ; Attorney- 
General, and member of Execu- 
tive Council, Hong Kong, 1874-6 ; 
Assist. Under-Sec. of State, 
Colonial Office, 1876-97 ; Royal 
Commissioner to Newfoundland 
1898; C.B. i886; K.C.M.G. 



1897 ; G.C.M.G. 1900. Club : 
Travellers'. Address : i8 Berke- 
ley Place, Wimbledon. 

*Brander, Rev. Gustavus : b. Oct. 
17, 1838 ; s. of Capt. T. C. 
Brander, of Devonport. Educ. 
Eton ; BaUiol 1857-62 (E.C.W.) ; 
B.A. 1861 ; M.A. and B.C.L, 
1867 ; second in O.U.A.C, 300 
Yards i860, third 1861 ; second 
in Univ. Racquets i860 ; winner 
of prizes in Coll. Sports, Racquets, 
and Morrison Fours. Ordained d. 
1865, p. 1867 ; Curate of Kingston, 
Devon, 1865-7 ; Braunton 1868- 
9 ; Holmer 1869-73. Address : 
Hafod, St. Giles's, Shrewsbury. 

Brander, William Browne : b. Aug. 
I, 1880 ; s. of W. J. Brander, of 
Edinburgh ; m. Nov. 6, 1909, 
Matilda Baird, d. of Dr. Thompson. 
Educ. George Watson's Coll., Edin- 
burgh ; Balliol 1903-4 (W.M.). 
Union Soc. I.C.S., Burma; Assist. 
Sec. to Government 1908 ; Ofi&- 
ciating Under Sec, ditto, 1909 ; 
Registrar of Chief Court of Lower 
Burma 1912-13. Club : Pegu 
(Rangoon). Address : c/o T. 
Cook & Son, Rangoon, Burma, 
India. 

Brandt, Druce Robert : b. Oct. 20, 
1887; s. of R. E. Brandt, of 
London. Educ. Harrow : Balliol 
1906-10 (C.B., H.M.W.); CL 
Ex. ; dist. in Craven Sch., 1908-9 ; 
ist CI. Mods., and Prox. Acces. to 
Hertford Sch., 1908 ; dist. in 
Exam, for Jenkyns Ex. ; Aegrotat 
Lit. Hxun., and B.A., 1910 ; Univ. 
(1907) and Coll. (Capt.) Cricket 
XI's. BrakenbvuT^, Jowett, Deca- 
logue, and Annandale Socs. Fel- 
low and Lecturer, Brasenose, 1910- 
13. Address: 15 Lennox Gardens, 
London, S.W. 

Branfoot, Edward Percy : b. Dec 
31, i»55 ; s. of J. H. Branfoot, 
M.D. Educ. Epsom ; Balliol 
1875-80 (R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1877 ; B.A. 1881 ; Univ. 187&- 
80, and Coll. Rugby XV's ; Assoc. 
XI, and Fives Team. Assist. 
Master, Plymouth High School, 
1881-5 ; Sutton Valence 1885-7 ; 
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School, Winchfield, 1887-95 ; 
Head Master, East Field House 
Preparatory School, Ditchling, 
1 895-. Address : East Field 
House, Ditchling, Sussex. 

Branson, James Charles Emerton : 
b. March 17, i860 ; s. of J. H. S. 
Branson, Advocate-General, Ma- 
dras ; m. March 28, 1892, Sonia, 
d. of Kazimir Klimovich. Issue : 
four sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Harrow; Balliol 1879-81 (A.T.). 
Union, Brakenbury, and Dervor- 
guilla Socs. I.C.S. ; Assist. Com- 
missioner, Oudh, 1882 ; Assis- 
tant Accovmtant-General, Madras, 
1885 ; Ofl&ciating Assist. Accoun- 
tant-General 1886 ; Deputy Ac- 
countant-General, Bombay, 1889; 
passed Interpretership in Russian 
1891 ; Acting Accoimtant-General, 
N.W. Provinces and Oudh, 1892 ; 
Magistrate and Collector 1894 ; 
District and Sessions Judge 1896 ; 
Accountant-General, Bombay, 
1898 ; ditto, Bengal, 1899 and 
1904 ; ditto and Commissioner of 
State Paper Currency, Bombay, 
1903 ; OflBciating Comptroller and 
Auditor-General 1906 ; retired 
1910. Address : ' Kerval ', Rue 
Laurent, S. Servan, lUe-et-Vilaine, 
France. 

Brassey, Hon. Thomas Allnutt : see 
Hythe, Viscount. 

Braun von Stumm, Gustav 
Theodor Rudolf : 6. June 23, 1890 ; 
s. of Capt. Wilhelm Braun, of 
Saarbrucken, Germany. Edue. 
Saarbrucken Coll. ; Balliol 1909-10 
(E.H.,H.M.W.). Union and Arnold 
Socs. Studied at Bonn and Strass- 
burg Univs. ; served in 7th Hussars, 
Bonn, 1910-11. Clubs: Bonn and 
Strassburg (Hockey). Address: Hal- 
berg, Brebach fSaar), Germany. 

Bray, Denys de Saumarez : b. Nov. 
28, 1875 ; s. of Rev. T. W. Bray; 
m. Dec. 16, 1903, Celestina, d. of 
Col. H. P. P. Leigh, CLE. Issue : 
one daughter. Educ. Blundell's ; 
Balliol 1894-9 (F. de P., J.A.S.) ; 
Blundell Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 

1896 ; Taylorian Sch. (German) 

1897 ; and Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1898; Rugby XV. Brakenbury 



Soc. (Pres.). LC.S,; Assist. Com- 
missioner, Punjab, 1899 ; N.W. 
Frontier Province 1902 ; member 
of Indian Political Department, 
Baluchistan, 1903 ; Census Super- 
intendent 1910-12 ; Kaisar-i-Hind 
Gold Medal 191 1 ; Assist, to Agent 
to Governor-General 1 9 1 2 . Publica- 
tions : The Brahui Language, 
Part I, Introduction and Grammar, 
1909 ; Census Report on Baluchi- 
stan, 1912 ; The Life History of a 
Brahui, 191 3. Addresses : Quetta, 
Baluchistan ; 33 Lansdowne Road, 
Bedford. 

Bremer, John Lewis : b. Nov. 3, 
1874 ; s. of J. L. Bremer, of 
Boston, Mass., U.S.A. ; m. Mary 
Cleveland, d. of J. S. Bigelow. 
Educ. Harvard Univ. ; Balliol 
1897 (J.C). Union Soc. B.A. 
1896, and M.D. 1901, Harvard. 
Teacher in Histology 1907, Assist. 
Prof. 1912-, Harvard Medical 
School. Publications : various 
articles in anatomical journals. 
Club : Somerset (Boston). Ad' 
dress : Cohasset, Mass., U.S.A. 

Brendon, Benjamin Adams : b. 
Jan. II, 1 871 ; s. of W. T. Bren- 
don, of Yelverton, Devon ; m. June 
7, 1902, Aimee Gladys, d. of Dr. 
D. C. B. Griffith. Issue : one daugh- 
ter. Educ. Plymouth Coll. ; Balhol 
1890-2 (W.M.). I.C.S. ; Assist. 
Collector and Magistrate, Thana, 
Poona, Karachi, Hyderabad, Bom- 
bay, Khandesh, and Ahmednagar, 
1892-1904 ; special duty, compiling 
Sind Gazetteer, 1904-5 ; Collector 
and Magistrate, Belgaum, 1 906-11; 
Collector and Magistrate, and 
Political Agent, Satara, 1913-. 
Address : c/o Grindlay & Co., 
54 Parliament St., London, S.W. 

Brereton, Reginald Hugh : b. Nov. 
12, 1861 ; s. of E. W. Brereton, of 
Cheltenham ; m. Sept. 29, 1885, 
Edith Margaret, d. of Dr. W. 
Dunne, of Londonderry. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Cheltenham (Sch.); 
Balliol 1880-2 (A.T.) ; Cricket 
XI ; Rugby XV. Union and 
Carlyle Socs. I.C.S. ; Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector, United 
Provinces of Agra and Oudh, 



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1882-92 ; Magistrate and Collec- 
tor 1892-9 ; Inspector-General of 
Police 1 899-1 909 ; retired 1909 ; 
CLE. 1910 ; King's Police Medal 
191 1. Address: East India 
United Service Club, 16 St. 
James's Square, London, S.W. 

Brewin, Lancelot : b. Nov. 14, 
1868 ; s. of Arthur Brewin, of 
Giggleswick, Settle. JEtiMC. Giggles- 
wick, Yorks. ; Balliol 1888-92 ; 
Williams Ex. ; ist Math. Mods. 
1889; ist Math., and B.A., 1892. 
Sen. Math. Master, Michaelhouse, 
Balgowan,Natal. Address : Michael- 
house, Balgowan, Natal. 

Brien, Robert Bamett : b. 1827 ; 
s. of Robert Brien, of London. 
Educ. Balliol 1845 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1850 (Lincoln 
Coll.) ; M.A. 1853. Barrister, 
L.I., 1853. 

•Bright, George Charles : b. Sept. 
17, 1840 ; s. of Richard Bright, 
M.D., of Guy's Hospital ; w. 1869, 
Sara Emmalina, widow of Thomas 
Hagan. Issue : one son, three 
daughters. Educ. Rugby (Queen's 
English Poem Gold Medallist) ; 
Balliol 1860-4 (B. J., E.P., E.C.W.) ; 
ist Nat. Sci., and B.A., 1863 ; 
M.B. 1867; M.D. 1875. Union Soc. 
Studied in Edinburgh and Paris 
1865 ; House Physician, St. George's 
Hospital ; Lecturer in Compara- 
tive Anatomy, St. George's Medical 
School ; engaged in earliest re- 
searches into condition of air in 
hospital wards ; in practice at 
Cannes 1875- ; F.R.C.P. 1879. 
Publications : various articles in 
medical journals. Recreations : 
Violin, sketching, woodcuts, phi- 
lately, fishing. Clubs : Athe- 
naeum, United University; Con- 
tinental and American Medical 
Society (Paris). Addresses : Chalet 
Magali, Cannes, France ; 24 Nor- 
folk Crescent, Hyde Park, London, 
W. 

•Bright, Rev. James Franck : b. May 
29, 1832 ; s. of Richard Bright, 
M.D., F.R.S., of Guy's Hospital ; 
m. 1864, Emmeline Teresa, d. of 
Rev. E. D. Wickham, of Holm- 
wood, Surrey. Issue : four daugh- 



ters. Educ. Rugby ; University 
Coll. 1 85 1-4; ist Law and Hist. 
1854; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858; 
B.D. and D.D. 1884; Assist. 
Master and Head Master of 
Mod. Schools, Marlborough, 1855; 
Tutor and Fellow 1872, Master 
1880-1904 (retired by Statute), 
Hon, Fellow, University Coll. ; 
Hist. Tutor, Balliol and New Coll. ; 
Hon. Fellow of Balliol 1877; 
Hist. Exam. 1876, 7, 8 ; 1880, 
I, 2 ; 1893, 4 ; Lord of the Manor 
of Brockbury, Colwall, Hereford. 
Publications : History of England 
to igoo ; Lives of Maria Theresa 
and Joseph II, 1897. Address : 
Hollow HiU, Ditchingham, Nor- 
folk. 

*Brinton, Rev. Percival Robert : 
b. 1873 ; s. of John Brinton, of 
Moor Hall, Stourport. Educ. Win- 
chester ; Balliol 1891-5 (F. de P., 
J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1893 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1895 ; 
M.A. 1904. Ordained d. 1904, 
p. 1905 ; Curate of St. Mary's, 
Portsea, 1904-8 ; Domestic 
Chapl. to Bishop of Bombay 
1908-10 ; Chapl. (Eccles. Est.) 
Malabar Hill, Dio. of Bombay, 
1910-11 ; Rector of All Saints', 
Colchester, 1911-. Address : All 
Saints' Rectory, Colchester. 

Britton, Alfred Edward : b. Sept. 
21, 1872 ; s. of George Britton, 
of Hastings ; m. April 30, 1904, 
Elsie Isabel, d. of Henry Dot- 
tridge, of Amhurst Park, Stamford 
Hill. Issue : three sons. Educ. 
St. Paul's School ; Balliol 1891-5 
(E.A., T.R.) ; 3rd Jur., and B.A., 
1895. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Solicitor 1899-. Address : 15 
Soho Scmare, London, W. 

Britton, Herbert : b. 1849 ; s. of 
Rev. T. H. Britton, of Hock- 
worthy, Exeter. Educ. Blun- 
dell's ; Balliol 1868-71 ; Blundell 
Sch. ; B.A. 1872. Barrister, M.T., 
1879. 

♦Brodie, Robert : b. April 15, 1840 ; 
s. of P. B. Brodie, Barrister-at- 
Law ; m. Feb. 1871, Emma Bet- 
sey, d. of Edward Moseley. Issue : 
four sons, one daughter. Educ. 



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Charterhouse ; Balliol 1859 (J.R.); 
Sch. of Trinity 1859 ; ist CI. Mods. 
i860 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1863 ; M.A. 1866 ; Cricket XI. 
Union Soc. Sen. Student 1864-9, 
Tutor 1866-71, Christ Church; 
Head Master, Whitgift Gr. School, 
Croydon, 1871-1902. Address : 
20 St. Peter's Road, Croydon. 

Brodrick, Hon. George St. John : 
b. Feb. 21, 1888; s. of 9th Vis- 
count Midleton. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1907-8 (A.L.S., E.J.P.). 
Address : 34 Portland Place, 
London, W. 

Bromley-Davenport, William : b. 
Jan 21, 1863 ; s. of Lieut. -Col. 
W. Bromley-Davenport, M.P. 
Educ. "Eton; Balliol 188 1-4. Com- 
manded 4th Batt. I.Y., S. Africa, 
1 900-1 (dispatches, Queen's Medal, 
four clasps, and D.S.O.) ; Lieut. - 
Col. ; M.P. (C.) Macclesfield Div. 
of Cheshire 1 886-1 906 ; contested 
same div. 1910 ; Financial Sec, 
War Office, 1903-5 ; J.P. ; D.L. 
Club : Carlton. Addresses : Capes- 
thome, Crewe ; Baginton Hall, 
Coventry ; Wootton Hall, Ash- 
bourne. 

Brooke, Joshua Rupert Ingham : 
b. Jan. 14, 1892 ; s. of Rev. W. I. 
Brooke, Rector of Barford, War- 
wick. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1911- (A.L.S., E.H., N.S.T.). 
Address : Barford Rectory, War- 
wick. 

Brooks, Francis : b. July 15, 1861 ; 
s. of John Brooks, of Edgbaston ; 
tn. April 18, 1906, Beatrice, d. of 
Rev. G. F. Wade, St. Lawrence 
Vicarage, York. Educ. King 
Edward VI Gr. School, Birming- 
ham ; Balliol 1880-4 (E.A., 
J.L.S.D.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 
1881 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1884; M.A. 1887. Lecturer in Clas- 
sics 1887-1902, Prof, of Classics 
1902-10, University Coll., Bristol ; 
Prof, of Classics, Univ. of Bristol, 
1910-. Publications : Cicero, 
De Natura Deorum, 1896 ; Greek 
Lyric Poets, 1896 ; Initia Graeca, 
1898 ; Poems of Leopardi, 1909 ; 
An Athenian Critic of Athenian 
Pemocracy, 1912. Club : Uni- 



versity and Literary (Bristol). 
Address : 8 The Paragon, Clifton, 
Bristol. 

^Brooks, Hugh Cecil : b. Jan. 18, 
1885 ; s. of W. T. Brooks, M.D., 
of Oxford. Educ. Blundell's (Sch.) ; 
BaUiol 1904-8 (A.L.S., C.B.) ; 
Newte Ex. ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1906 ; 
3rd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1908 ; 
M.A. 191 3 ; Univ. 1906, and Coll. 
Hockey XI's ; Cricket XI (Capt.) ; 
Rugby XV. Arnold Soc. (Pres.). 
Colonial Civil Service, Political 
Department, N. Nigeria. Address: 
32 Holywell Street, Oxford. 

Broughton, Rev. Reginald : b. May 
28, 1836 ; s. of B. S. Broughton, of 
Elmley Lovett, Worcs. ; m. (i) 
Ellen, d. of Robert Webber, of 
Silverton, Devon. Issue : one 
son ; (2) Julia, d. of John Eagle- 
ston, of Oxford. Issue : three 
daughters. Educ. Rossall ; Chel- 
tenham (Sch.) ; Balliol 1855-60 
(B.J., E.C.W., J.R., E.P., T.W.) ; 
Sch. and Ex. ; Hertford Sch., 
ist CI. Mods., and 2nd Math. 
Mods. 1856 ; Gaisford Prize 
(Verse), and 2nd Lit. Hum., 1858 ; 
2nd Math., and B.A., 1859 ; 
Chancellor's Latin Essay i860 ; 
M.A. 1861. Union Soc. Assist. 
Master, Marlborough, 1859 ; Chel- 
tenham 1 861 ; Principal, Nelson 
CoU., N.Z., 1862 ; Head Master, 
Christ's Coll., Christchurch, N.Z., 
1863-4 ; CI. Lecturer, University, 
Exeter, and Wadham Colls., 1866- 
8 ; ordained d. 1867, p. 1868 ; 
Curate of St. Clement's, Oxford, 
1867-8 ; Vicar of Long Benton 
1868-71 ; Second Master, Gr. 
School, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
1870-2 ; M.A., Durham, 1872 ; 
Fellow and Humanity Lecturer, 
Hertford Coll., 1874-7 ; Rector 
of Mottestone, W. Shorwell, I.W., 
1877-85 ; Vicar of Great Edstone 
1906-12. Publications: Aris- 
totle's Politics, Books I, III, 
VII, 1876 ; Coleridge's Ancient 
Mariner translated into Latin 
Elegiacs, 1 906. Recreations : Walk- 
ing, riding, swimming, rowing. 
Address: Edstone, Kirby Moorside, 
Yorks. [Died Nov. 16, 1912.] 



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Broun, John Alexander : b. May ii, 

1856 ; s. of J. A. Broun, F.R.S., 
of London ; m. May 21, 1889, 
Mary, d. of Major-General de S. 
Barrow. Educ. Abroad ; Univer- 
sity Coll., London ; Balliol 1877-8. 
I.C.S., N.W. Provinces and Oudh ; 
Assist. Magistrate and Collector 
1879 ; Cantonment Magistrate ; 
Assist. Commissioner ; Joint 
Magistrate 1888 ; District Judge ; 
Magistrate and Collector 1896 ; 
Commissioner 1905 ; officiating 
member of Board of Revenue 
1912 ; member of Legislative 
Council ; Col. 2nd Regiment U.P. 
Horse; Hon. A.D.C. to H.E. 
the Viceroy; C.S.I. 1909; retired 
1913. Address : East India 
United Service Club, 16 St. 
James's Square, London, S.W. 

*Brown, Alexander Grant : b. May 
28, 1881 ; 5. of William Brown, of 
Toronto. Educ. Toronto Univ. ; 
Balliol 1903-5 (A.L.S.) ; ist Mod. 
Hist. 1905 ; B.A. and M.A. 1909. 
Address : 596 Huron St., Toronto, 
Canada. 

*Brown, Archibald : b. 1841 ; s. 
of James Brown, of Galashiels. 
Educ. Edinburgh Univ. ; Balliol 
1865-6 ; Jun. Student of Christ 
Church 1866-8; ist CI. Mods. 
1867 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1868 ; ist 
Law and Hist., and B.A., 1869 ; 
Vinerian Sch. 1870 ; M.A. and 
B.C.L. 1872. Barrister, M.T., 
1870. Publications : The Law of 
Obligations, 1872 ; A New Law 
Dictionary, 2nd ed., 1880 ; The 
Law of Fixtures, 1881 ; Analysis 
of Savigny's Obligations in Roman 
Law ; A New Practice of the 
Supreme Court of Judicature, 2nd 
ed., 1885 ; Rating of Mines and 
Quarries, 1898 ; The Copyhold 
Enfranchisement Acts, 1903. Ad- 
dress : 3 Stone Buildings, Lin- 
coln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Brown, Charles Dallas : b. 1866 ; 
s. of T. E. Brown, M.D., CLE. 
Educ. Charterhouse (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1885-8 (W.M.) ; 4th Or. Stud., 
and B.A., 1888. I.C.S., Bombay, 
1887 ; retired 1894. Address i 
Brj-nteg, Rhayader, Radnor. 



Brown, David Westcott : b. Dec. 19, 
1892 ; s. of Rev. G. G. Brown, 
Rector of St. Mary's, Bedford. 
Educ. Marlborough ; Balliol 1912- 
(A.W.P.C.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1914. 
Union and Arnold Socs. Address : 
St. Mary's Rectory, Bedford. 

^Brown, Rev. George Gibson : 
b. Nov. 23, 1862 ; s. of J. C. 
Brown, of Edinburgh ; m. 1891, 
Nelly, d. of Joseph Hardman. 
Issue : three sons, two daughters. 
Educ. George Watson's Coll. 
(Sch.) ; Edinburgh Univ. ; Balliol 
1885-8 (W.H.F., F. de P., E.A., 
R.L.N., J.L.S.D.) ; ist CI. Mods, 
1886 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1888 ; M.A. 1891. Prepared for 
Orders at Auckland Castle 1888-9 ; 
ordained d. 1889, p. 1890 ; Curate 
of Tudhoe Grange 1889-93 '. 
Rector of All Saints', Colchester, 
1893-1911 ; Diocesan Inspector 
1 893-1 904 ; Deputy Chairman 
Colchester Education Committee ; 
Vicar of St. Mary's, Bedford, 
1911-. Address : St. Mary's 
Vicarage, Bedford. 

Brown, Ivor John Carnegie : b. 
April 25, 1891 ; s. of W. C. Brown, 
M.D., of London. Educ. Chelten- 
ham ; Balliol 1909-13 (A.W.P.C, 
H.M.W., R.G.); Hon. Sch. and 
Warner Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 191 1 ; 
Hall and Kington Oliphant Prizes 
1912 ; ist Lit. Hum., joint holder 
of Jenkyns Ex., and B.A., 1913. 
Union and Arnold Socs. 6th 
place Civil Service (Home) Exam., 
and entered Home Office 1913; 
resigned Home Office 191 3. 
Address : 77 Fitz John's Avenue, 
London, N.W. 

Brown, John : b. Aug. 30, 1891 ; 
s. of John Brown, of Edinburgh. 
Educ. Merchiston Castle ; Balliol 
1910- (C.B., A.W.P.C, A.D.L.); 
Rugby XV. Union Soc. Address: 
7 Greenhill Place, Edinburgh. 

Brown, John Macmillan : b. 1846 ; 
s. of James Brown, captain in the 
Merchant Service ; m. 1886, Helen 
Connon. Issue : two daughters. 
Educ. Irvine Academy ; Glasgow 
Univ. ; BaUiol 1869-74 (T.H.G., 
B.J., R.L.N.) ; Snell Ex.; 2nd 



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CI. Mods. 1871 ; and Lit. Hum. 
1873 ; M.A., Glasgow, 1870 (rst 
CI. Honours, winner of Rectors 
and Coulter prizes) ; Geological 
Survey, Scotland, 1874 ; Prof, of 
Classics, Canterbury Coll., Christ- 
church, N.Z., 1874 ; English 
Literature (with Hist, and Politi- 
cal Economy), ditto, 1879-95 ; 
Fellow of Senate, Univ. of New 
Zealand, 1877- ; member of Com- 
mission on Secondary and Higher 
Education in New Zealand 1878- 
8i ; Hon. LL.D., Glasgow, 1906. 
Publications : Manual of Eng- 
lish Literature, 1894; studies: 
Thackeray's Esmond, 1894, Shake- 
speare's Julius Caesar and Mer- 
chant of Venice, 1894, Shelley's 
Prometheus Unbound, 1903, Car- 
lyle's Sartor Resartus, 1903, 
Milton's Samson Agonistes, 1903 ; 
Riallaro, 1900 ; Limanora, a 
Scientific Utopia, igos ; Maori and 
Polynesian, their Origin, History, 
and Culture, 1907; The Dutch 
East, 1914. Recreation : Ethno- 
logical study of the Pacific 
and its shores. Address : Christ- 
church, Canterbury, New Zealand. 

♦Brown, John Rankine : b. April 4, 
1886 ; s. of Rev. John Brown, 
D.D., of Bellahouston Manse, 
Glasgow. Educ. Glasgow High 
School ; Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 
1905-9 (F. de P., J.A.S.) ; Snell 
Ex. and first Newlands Sch. ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1907 ; 1st Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1909 ; Hon. Mention 
Arnold Hist. Essay ; M.A., 
1912 ; Ferguson Sch. in Classics 
(Scotland), 1906, 7. Lecturer in 
Classics and Ancient Hist., Arm- 
strong Coll., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
1911 ; Fellow and Jun. Bursar, 
Pembroke Coll., 1911-. Ad- 
dresses : Pembroke College, Ox- 
ford ; Bellahouston Manse, Glas- 
gow. 

♦Brown, Kenworthy : b. Feb. 10, 
1859 ; s. of Rev. T. K. Brown, 
of Brockhall, Weedon. Educ. 
Eton; BalUol 1878-82 (A.T., 
A.L.S.) ; ist Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1882 ; M.A. 1885. Union, 
Brakenbury.and Dervorguilla Socs. 



Barrister, LT., 1885; practised 
in Madras 1 885-1 902 ; London 
1904-. Clubs : Athenaeum, Ori- 
ental. Addresses: 3 Temple Gar- 
dens, Temple, London, E.C. ; 5 
Campden Hill Court, Kensington, 
London, W. 

Brown, Leonard Graham : b. Sept. 
6, 1888; s. of J, G. Brown, of 
Brisbane. Educ. Brisbane Gr. 
School ; Balliol 1909-13 (H.B.H.) ; 
Rhodes Sch. ; 2nd Nat. Sci. 
(Phys.), and B.A., 1912; England, 
Univ. (Capt. and Sec), and Coll. 
Rugby XV's. Student at the 
London Hospital 191 3. Address : 
Brisbane, Queensland. 

♦Brown, Richard Cuthbert : b. 
April 28, 1 871 ; s. of Richard 
Brown, of Whitehill, Luton. 
Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 1890-3 
(A.L.S.) ; B.A. 1898 ; M.A. 1899. 
Brakenbury Soc. Barrister, L.I., 
1898. Address : 14 Devonport 
St., Hyde Park, London, W. 

Brown, William Barclay : b. 1865 ; 
s. of David Brown, of Dairy, Scot- 
land. Educ. Ayr Academy ; Bal- 
liol 1883-6 (W.M.) ; B.A. 1886. 
LC.S. ; Assist. Magistrate and 
Collector, Bengal, 1886 ; Assist. 
Commissioner, Assam, 1889 ; 
Magistrate and Collector, Bengal, 
1894 ; District and Sessions 
Judge, 1897 ; transferred to E. 
Bengal and Assam, 1905 ; retired 
1 91 1. Publications : Grammar of 
Deori-Chutiya language ; Guide- 
Book to Orissa. Address : The 
Gables, Broadway, Worcs. 

Browne, Arthur Harold : b. 1871 ; 
s. of Rev. J. J. Browne, Rector 
of Little Tey, near Colchester. 
Educ. Blundell's; Balliol 1889- 
93 ; Blundell Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1891. 

♦Browne, Rev. Charles Gordon : 
b. Jan. 9, 1845 ; s. of Octavius 
Browne, of Brixton ; m. Jan. 7, 
1874, Mary Alice (d. 1906), d. 
of G. I. Bevan. Issue : seven 
children. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1864-8 (J.R., E.P.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1865 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1867 ; M.A. 1870 ; B.D. and D.D. 
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1 871, p. 1872 ; Curate of God- 
manchester 1871-4 ; Ringwood 
1874-5 ; St. Peter's, Bourne- 
mouth, 1875-9; Clewer 1879-80; 
Chapl. Clewer House of Mercy 
1880-8 ; Curate of St. Nicholas's, 
Guildford, 1888-90; Assist. Sec. 
of E.C.U., and Hon. Curate of 
St. John's, Red Lion Square, 
1890-2 ; Rector of Lympstone 
1892- ; Rural Dean of Ayles- 
beare 1906-. Publications : co- 
translator of St. Gregory Nazianzen 
(Schaff's Post-Nicene Fathers). 
Address : Lympstone Rectory, 
Exeter. 

Browning, Andrew : b. March 28, 
1889 ; s. of Daniel Browning, of 
Glasgow. Educ. Glasgow Univ. ; 
Balliol 1912- (H.W.C.D.) ; Braken- 
bury Hist. Sch. ; Stanhope Essay 
1913 ; divided Coll. Hist. Prize 
1914. Union Soc. Address : 4 
Clayton Terrace, Dennistoun, 
Glasgow. 

Bruce, Hon. Alexander : b. July 29, 
1884 ; s. of 9th Earl of Elgin. 
Educ. Charterhouse ; Balliol 1902- 
6 (F. de P., A.L.S.) ; 4th CI. Mods. 
1904 ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 1906 ; B.A. 
1907. Union and DervorguillaSocs. 
Assist. District Commissioner, 
B. E. Africa,i9o8-. C/m6 : National 
Liberal. Address : Broomhall, 
Dunfermline, Scotland. 

Bruce, Edward James, Lord : b. 
June 8, 1 881 ; s. of 9th Earl of 
Elgin. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1901- 
4 (A.L.S., F.F.U., H.W.C.D. ) 
Union and Dervorguilla Socs. 
Served in Forfar and Kincardine 
R.G.A. Militia 1900-8 ; Assist. 
Private Sec. to Sec. of State for 
Colonies 1906-8 ; Major Com- 
manding Highland (Fife) R.G.A. 
190&- ; J.P., D.L. Clubs : 
Brooks's; New (Edinburgh). Ad- 
dress : The Hill House, Dunferm- 
line, Scotland. 

Bruce, Hon. Frederick John : b. 
Sept. 16, 1854 ; s. of 8th Earl of 
Elgin. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1873-7 (E.A., R.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1875 ; 4th Mod. Hist. 1877. 
Club : Athenaeum. Address : 
Seaton House, Arbroath, Scotland. 



*Bruce, George Lewis : b. Dec. 17 
1862 ; s. of A. C. Bruce (after- 
wards Bruce-Pryce), of Duffryn, 
Cardiff ; m. 1903, Helen Camp- 
bell, d. of M. H. Rankin. Issue : 
one son, three daughters. Educ. 
Rugby (Sch.) ; Balliol 1881-5 
(F. de P., J.L.S.D.); 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1882 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1885 ; M.A. 1888. Toynbee 
Hall 1886-1903 ; member London 
School Board 1891-7, 1900-4 ; 
Metropolitan Asylums Board 
1 897-1 900 ; London Educational 
Committee 1904-6 ; ditto, co- 
opted, 1913- ; Barrister, L.I., 
1909 ; London Cotmty Council 
1910-13. Club : National Liberal. 
Addresses : Woodberrie Knoll, 
Loughton ; Blaen-y-cwm, Monk- 
nash, Glamorgan. 

Bruce, James Fawtlirop : b. Sept. 
26, 1888 ; s. of George Bruce, 
of Petersham, N.S.W. Educ. 
Sydney Univ. ; Balliol 1912- 
(H.W.C.D., A.L.S.). Address : 
Clovelly, Brighton St., Petersham, 
New South Wales. 

Bruce, Ricliard Frederick David : 

b. March i, 1894 ; s. of Hon. F. J. 
Bruce, of AJrbroath. Educ. Private ; 
Balliol 1913- (H.W.C.D., N.S.T.). 
Union, Brakenbury, and Arnold 
Socs. Address : Seaton House, 
Arbroath. 

Bruce, Hon. William Napier : b. 
Jan. 15, 1858 ; s. of ist Baron 
Aberdare ; m. 1882, Emily, d. of 
General Sir Montagu McMurdo, 
G.C.B. Issue : two children. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1876-80 
(R.G.T., R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1877 ; 2nd Lit. Himi. 1880 ; 
O.U.A.C, Quarter Mile v. Cam- 
bridge 1877, 9, 80. Dervorguilla 
Soc. Barrister, L.I., 1883 ; As- 
sist. Commissioner in Charity 
Commission under Endowed 
Schools Acts 1886-1900 ; Sec. of 
Royal Commission on Secondary 
Education 1894-5 ; Assist. Sec. 
Board of Education 1900-3 ; 
Principal ditto. Secondary Schools 
Branch, 1903- ; C.B. 1905. Pub- 
lications : Short Life of General 
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Autobiography and Letters of Sir 
A. H. Layard, 1903. Club : 
Athenaeum. Addresses : 14 Cran- 
ley Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, S.W. ; Celbridge Lodge, 
Cookham, Berks. 

Bnice-Gardyne, Ian Meredith : b. 
July 12, 1895 ; s. of D. G. Bruce- 
Gardyne, of London. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1913- (J.W.R.); 
Torpid. Union Soc. Address: 
26 Sloane Gardens, London, S.W. 

Bryce, John Annan : b. 1844 ; s. of 
James Bryce, LL.D., of Glasgow ; 
m. Violet, d. of Captain Cham- 
pagne L'Estrange, R.A. Issue : 
one son, two daughters. Educ. 
High School and Univ., Glasgow ; 
Edinburgh Univ. ; Balliol 1868- 
72 ; Brakenbury Hist. Sch. ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1869 ; ist Lit. Hum. 
1871 ; 2nd Law and Hist., and 
B.A., 1872. Union Soc. (Sec. 
1869, Treas. 1870, Pres. 1872). 
M.A., Glasgow ; formerly East 
India Merchant, Chairman Ran- 
goon Chamber of Commerce, and 
member of Legislative Council of 
Burma ; Director London, County 
and Westminster Bank, English, 
Scottish, and Australian Bank, 
Atlas Assurance Co., Bombay, 
Baroda, and Burma Railway Cos. ; 
member of Council of Royal 
Geographical Soc. ; member of 
Royal Commission on Congestion 
in Ireland ; M.P. (L.) Inverness 
Burghs 1906-. Clubs : Alpine, 
SavUe. Address : 35 Bryanston 
Square, London, W. 

Bryce, Roland L'Estrange : b. Nov. 
19, 1889 ; s. of J. A. Bryce, M.P., 
of London. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1908-12 (A.L.S., A.D.L., F.F.U.) ; 
2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1912 ; 
Morrison Fours. Club : Eighty. 
Address : 35 Bryanston Square, 
London, W. 

Bucb, Charles Justus : b. April 16, 
1880; s. of Charles Buch, of 
London. Educ. Abbey School, 
Beckenham ; Rossall (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1900-4 (F. de P., H.W.C.D.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1902 ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1904. Union 
Soc. Private Tutor 1904-7 ; 



Hist. Lecturer, Egyptian Educa- 
tion Department, 1907-. Club : 
Turf (Cairo). Address : c/o O. 
Andreae, Esq., Messrs. Hermann, 
Meyer & Co., 11 Copthall Court, 
Throgmorton St., London, E.C. 

Buchanan, Rt. Hon. Thomas Ry- 
bum : b. April 2, 1846 ; s. of 
John Buchanan, of Dowan Hill, 
Glasgow ; m. 1888, Emily Oc- 
tavia, d. of T. S. Bolitho, of 
Trengwainton, Cornwall. Educ. 
High School, Glasgow ; Sher- 
borne ; Balliol 1865-9 (B.J.) ; 
ist CI. Mods., and Math. Mods., 
1867 ; Stanhope Prize 1868 ; ist 
Lit. Hum. 1869; B.A. 1870; 
M.A. 1872 ; winner Coll. Half- 
Mile ; Fellow of All Souls 1871 ; 
M.P. (L.) Edinburgh 1881-5, West 
Edinburgh 1885-92, East Aber- 
deenshire 1 892-1 900, East Perth- 
shire 1903-10 ; Financial Sec. for 
War 1906-8 ; P.C. 1907 ; Under- 
Sec, for India 1908. Address : 
12 South St., Park Lane, London, 
W. [Died April 7, 1911.] 

Buchanan, Thomas Thomson : b. 
May 2, 1878 ; s. of James Bu- 
chanan, of Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire. 
Educ. St. Andrews Univ. ; Balliol 
1900-1 (A.W.P.C.) ; Lincobi (Sch.) 
1901 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1902 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1904 ; B.A. 1905. CI. 
Assist., Royal Academy, Inver- 
ness, 1904; CI. Master, Gr. School, 
Berwick-on-Tweed, 1906 ; Sen. 
ditto, High School, Kirkcaldy, 
1907-14. Address : Balwearie Road, 
Kirkcaldy. 

Buckland, Charles Edward : b. 
Sept. 19, 1847 ; s. of C. T. Buck- 
land, I.C.S. ; m. Dec. 6, 1873, 
Laura Anna, d. of C. R. Lindsay, 
I.C.S. Issue : four sons, three 
daughters. Educ. Laleham ; 
Eton ; Balliol 1866-9 (E.P.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods., and Math. Mods., 
1868 ; B.A. 1869 ; Torpid. Union 
Soc. Barrister, I.T., 1885 ; I.C.S. ; 
Assist. Magistrate and Collector, 
Bengal, 1870 ; Attache, Foreign 
Department, 1 871-3 ; Canton- 
ment Magistrate ; Famine Duty 
1874 ; Private Sec. to Lieut.- 
Govemor of Bengal 1874-7 ; ditto 



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to Governor of Bombay 1877-8 ; 
Officiating Under-Sec, Home 
Department, 1878-9 ; OfiBciating 
Press Commissioner 1879-80 ; 
Magistrate and Collector 1880-3 ; 
Jun. Sec. to Board of Revenue 
1883-7 ; Sen. ditto 1887-91 ; 
Revenue and General Sec. to 
Government of Bengal 189 1-6 ; 
Commissioner of Burdwan 1896-8 ; 
ditto, Presidency Division, 1898- 
1900 ; Chief Sec. to Government 
of Bengal 1900-2 ; Sen. Member 
Board of Revenue, Bengal, 1902- 
4 ; member of Legislative Council 
1891-1904 ; CLE. 1895 ; retired 
1904. Publications : Bengal under 
the Lieutenant-Governors (2 vols.) ; 
A Dictionary of Indian Biography ; 
vaiious oflScial manuals. Recrea- 
tions : Cricket, rowing, football, 
cycling, riding, swimming. Clubs : 
United Service (Calcutta), Athe- 
naeum. Address : 61 Cornwall 
Gardens, South Kensington, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

Buckley, James William : b. Jan. 
26, 1850 ; s. of James Buckley, of 
Quick Edge, Saddleworth ; tn. 
1873, Anna Maria, d. of William 
Ward. Issue : one son, four 
daughters. Educ. Private ; Bal- 
liol 1868-72 (E.P., T.H.G., 
H.J.S.S.) ; ist Math. Mods. 1870. 
Cotton-spinner 1872-97. Clubs : 
Clarendon (Manchester), Royal 
Windermere. Addresses : Moor 
Crag, Windermere ; Westwood, 
Altrincham, Cheshire. 

*Bucknill, Rev. Edwin George : b. 
Aug. 24, 1886; s. of G. E. 
Bucknill, of London. Educ. 
Rugby (Sch.) ; Balliol 1905-8 
(C.B., H.W.C.D.) ; Williams and 
CI. Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1907 ; 4th 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1908 ; M.A. 
1 91 3. Union and Arnold Socs. 
O.U.R.V.C. 1906-8; 9th (Terri- 
torial) Batt. Middlesex Regt. 
1908-13 ; Solicitors' Law Final 
Exam. 1912 ; Cuddesdon Coll., 
and ordained d., 1913 ; Curate, 
Portsea Parish Church, 191 3-. 
Address : The Vicarage, Portsea. 

Bulst, Alexander Allardice : b. 
March 20, 1889; s. of J. C. Buist, 



of Broughty Ferry. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1907-9 and 1911-12 (F. de 
P., C.B., A.D.L.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1909 ; 4th Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1912. Address : Balgillo, Broughty 
Ferry, Scotland. 

Bidkeley-Johnson, Vivian : b. Jan. 
15, 1 891 ; s. of F. H. Bulkeley- 
Johnson, of London. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1909-13 (A.L.S., 
N.S.T., F.F.U., H.W.C.D.); 3rd 
Mod. Hist. 1913; Univ. Racquet 
Team v. Cambridge. Rifle 
Brigade. Address : Bachelors' 
Club, Hamilton Place, London, W. 

Burd, Laurence Arthur : b. June 1, 
1863 ; s. of Laurence Biurd, of 
Shrewsbury ; tn. Alice Gertrude, 
d. of Dr. Burd, of Shrewsbury. 
Issue : one son, two daughters. 
Educ. Clifton; Balliol 1882-5 
(J.L.S.D., R.L.N., W.H.F., E.A.) ; 
Minor Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1883 ; 
ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1885 ; 
M.A. 1888. Master at Repton 
1 886-. Publications : Le Fonti 
letterarie di Machiavelli nelV ' Arte 
delta Guerra ', 1897 ; ' Florence 
and Machiavelli ' (Catnb, Mod. 
Hist.) ; ' The Evolution of a 
Public School ' (The Public Schools 
from Within) ; editor of Machia- 
velli, II Principe ; Plutarch, 
Coriolanus. Address : Repton 
School, Burton-on-Trent. 

Burkitt, WUliam John Dwyer : 
b. Oct. 28, 1872 ; s. of Sir William 
Burkitt, Puisne Judge of High 
Court, N.W. Prov., India ; tn. 
Jan. 3, 1906, Noel Stephanie, d. 
of Major Woodham, Northampton- 
shire Regiment. Issue : one son. 
Educ. Marlborough ; Balliol 1891- 
3 (W.M.). I.C.S., United Prov. 
1893 ; Assist. Magistrate and 
Collector ; Assist. Settlement Offi- 
cer ; Joint Magistrate and Settle- 
ment Officer 1900 ; Assist. Com- 
missioner 1904 ; Registrar, High 
Court, 1905 ; Deputy Commis- 
sioner 1910 ; Magistrate and Col- 
lector, and District and Sessions 
Judge, 191 1. Address : c/o 
Grimbly, Groom & Co., Bombay, 

*Bumet, John : b. Dec. 9, 1863 ; 
s. of Joha Burnet, Advocate, of 



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Edinburgh ; m, 1894, Mary, d, of 
John Farmer. Issue ; one daugh- 
ter. Educ. Royal High School and 
Univ., Edinburgh ; Balliol 1883-7 
(E.A., J.L.S.D.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1884 ; Taylorian Sch. 
(French) 1885 ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1887 ; M.A. 1890. Braken- 
biury Soc. Assist, to Prof, of 
Greek, St. Andrews, 1887 ; Assist. 
Master, Harrow, 1888 ; Fellow of 
Merton 1890 ; Prof, of Greek in 
United Coll. of St. Salvator and 
St. Leonard, St. Andrews, 1893- ; 
Exam, in Lit. Hum., Oxford, 
1 901-3 and 191 1 ; ditto, Cam- 
bridge CI. Tripos, 1908-9 ; LL.D. 
Edinburgh ; Hon. Ph.D., Prague ; 
Vice-Pres. of CI. Assoc, of Scot- 
land ; Officier de 1' Instruction 
Publique 191 1. Publications : 
Early Greek Philosophy, ist ed., 
1892, 2nd ed. 1908, German 
translation 191 3 ; Nicomachean 
Ethics, 1899 ; Platonis Opera, 
5 vols., 1899-1906 ; Aristotle on 
Education, 1903 ; Plato's Phaedo, 
191 1 ; Greek Philosophy, Thales 
to Plato, 1914. Address : United 
College, St. Andrews, Scotland. 
*Burns, Rev. Islay Ferrier : b. Sept. 
18, 1854 ; s. of Rev. Prof. Islay 
Burns, D.D., of the Free Church 
Coll., Glasgow ; m. 1893, May 
Carmichael, d. of Robert Hender- 
son, of Glasgow. Issue : two sons, 
two daughters. Educ. Glasgow 
Academy and Univ. ; Balliol 
1876-80 (R.G.T., E.A.) ; Snell 
Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1878 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1880; M.A. 
1899. Union Soc. Sometime 
Classical and English Master, 
Edinburgh Academy ; Minister 
of English Presbyterian Church, 
Darenth, Kent, 1893 ; Tutor and 
Lib., Westminster Theol. Coll., 
Cambridge, 1899- ; M.A., Glasgow 
and Cambridge. Publications: 
Chiefly ' Charites ', ' Greek and 
Roman Cosmogony and Cosmo- 
logy ', &c., in Hastings's Encyclo- 
paedia of Religion and Ethics. 
Addresses : Westminster College, 
and Kilsyth, Storeys Way, Cam- 
bridge. 



Burns-Lindow, Samuel Lindow : 

b. Oct. 1, 1869 ; s. of Jonas Lindow 
Bums-lindow, of Irton Hall, 
Cumberland. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1888-9 (W.H.F., W. H. 
Fremantle, E.A.) ; Brasenose, 
1889 ; B.A. 1891 ; M.A. 1893. 
J. P. 1904, High Sheriff 1906, 
County of Cumberland. Address : 
Greenlands, Holmrook, Cumber- 
land. 

^Burroughs, Rev. Edward Arthur : 
b. Oct. I, 1882 ; s. of Rev. Pre- 
bendary Biurroughs, Vicar of 
Plymouth. Educ. Harrow (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1900-4 (F. de P., J.A.S.) ; 
Sch. ; Craven Sch. 1901 ; ist CI. 
Mods., and Hertford Sch., 1902 ; 
Chancellor's Latin Verse Prize, and 
Prox. Acces. Ireland Sch., 1903; 
Prox. Acces. Gaisford Greek 
Verse Prize 1903, 4 ; ist Lit, 
Hum., and B.A., 1904 ; Derby 
Sch. 1905 ; M.A. 1907. Arnold 
Soc. Ordained d. 1908, p. 1909 ; 
Fellow and Lecturer in Greek and 
Latin 1905-, Tutor 1912-, Hert- 
ford ; Lecturer, Jesus Coll., 1907 ; 
Exam. Chapl. to Bishop of Liver- 
pool 1909- ; Governor, Lady Mar- 
garet Hall, 1910-. Addresses : 
Hertford College, Oxford; The 
Rectory, Tiverton, Devon. 

Burrows, John Henry : b. July 15, 
1892 ; s. of J. R. Burrows, of 
Bradford. Educ. Bradford Gr. 
School; Balliol 1911- (H.B.H., 
J.W.R., A.L.S.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; 
ist Math. Mods. 1912. Union and 
Arnold Socs. Address: Moorlands, 
Bradford Moor, Bradford. 

Burrows, Montagu Brocas : b. Oct. 
31, 1894 ; s. of S. M. Burrows, of 
Oxford. Educ. Eton ; BaUiol 
I9i3-(H.W.C.D.,N.S.T.). Braken- 
bury and Annandale Socs. ; Univ. 
Freshmen's Cricket Match 1914. 
Address : Norham House, Oxford. 

Burt, Rev. Ernest Whitby : b. 
July 30, 1866 ; s. of William Burt, 
of Yeovil ; tn. (i) 1894, Helena 
(d. 1904), d. of Rev. J. P. Tetley. 
Issue : one son, two daughters ; 
(2) 1910, Ethel Mary Tetley. Educ, 
Clevedon ; University Coll., Bris- 
tol ; Balliol 1890-2 (W.M.) ; 



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Davis Chinese Sch. 1890 ; 3rd 
Lit. Ind., and B.A., 1893 ; M.A. 
1900. Union Soc. B.A., London 
(ist CI. Honours), 1888; Mis- 
sionary in Shantung under English 
Baptist Mission 1892- ; Teacher 
in Shantung Christian Univ. 
Union Institution (330 Students in 
Arts, 200 in Theology and Normal 
School, 30 in Medical School) 
1904- ; Sec. of Baptist Mission 
in Shantung, and of Shantung 
Federation of the Christian 
Church ; joint editor of Chinese 
Recorder ; member of China Con- 
tinuation Committee. Addresses : 
Tsing Chow Fu, Shantimg, N. 
China ; Ayr Villa, Yeovil. 

Bussweiler, Ronald Henry : b. Jan. 
18, 1895 ; s. of A. B. Bussweiler, 
of Harrow-on-the-Hill. Educ. 
Harrow; BaUiol 1913- (C.B.). 
Union Soc. Address : The White 
Cottage, Sudbury Hill, Harrow- 
on-the-Hill. 

*ButIer, Harold Bereslord : b. Oct. 
6, 1883 ; s. of A. J. Butler, D.Litt., 
Fellow and Bursar of Brasenose ; 
tn. April 14, 1910, Olive, d. of 
S. A. W. Waters, of Stillorgan, Co. 
Dublin. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Eton (Sch.) ; Balliol 1902-5 
(J.A.S., A.L.S.) ; Brakenbury Sch. 
and Jenkyns Ex. ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1905 ; M.A. 1909 ; 
Hockey XI (Capt.). Union and 
Dervorguilla Socs. Fellow of All 
Souls 1905 ; Home Office 1908 ; 
Sec. to British Delegates at In- 
ternational Conference at Paris on 
Aerial Navigation 1910 ; Private 
Sec. to Mr. Ellis Griffith, K.C, M.P., 
Parliamentary Under Sec. of State 
for the Home Department, 191 3-. 
Publication : The English Con- 
ception of Police. Addresses : 
Home Office, Whitehall, London, 
S.W. ; All Souls College, Oxford. 

Butler, Sir Spencer Harcourt : b. 
Aug. I, 1869 ; s. of S. P. Butler, 
of London ; m. July 1894, Flo- 
rence, d. of F. N. Wright, I.C.S. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Harrow 
(Ex.) ; Balliol 188S-90 (W.M.). 
I.C.S. , N.W. Prov. and Oudh 
1890; Assist. Magistrate and 



Collector ; Jun. Sec. Board of 
Revenue 1892 ; Settlement Officer 
1893 ; Sec. to Famine Commis- 
sion 1900 ; Financial Sec. to 
Government 1903 ; Director of 
Agriculture ; Judicial Sec. to 
Government of United Prov. ; 
Deputy Commissioner, Lucknow ; 
Foreign Sec. to Government of 
India 1908 ; member of the 
Executive Coimcil of the Governor- 
General 1910-; CLE. 1901; C.S.I. 
1909 ; K.C.S.I. 1911. Address : 
With the Supreme Government, 
India. 

Butt, Rev. Arthur : b. 1852 ; s. of 
H. Butt, of Blandford ; m. 1886, 
D. A., d. of L. H. Nolan. Issue : 
three sons, three daughters. Educ. 
Private; Non-Coil. 1878-80 ; Bal- 
liol 1880-1 (H.B.D.); 3rd Nat. 
Sci., and B.A., 1881 ; M.A. 1885. 
Army Tutor 1881-97 ; ordained 
d. 1885, p. 1886 ; Curate of All 
Souls', Eastbourne, 1885-7 ; St. 
Mary-de-Lode, Gloucester, 1897 ; 
Licensed Preacher in Dio. of 
Chichester 1887-97 ; Rector of 
Rodmarton 1897-. Address : 
Rodmarton Rectory, Cirencester. 

*Butterfield, Frederick William 
Louis : b. 1858 ; m. 1888, Miss 
Ridgway, of Philadelphia. Issue : 
one daughter. Educ. Private ; 
Columbia Coll. Law School, New 
York (graduate 1882) ; Leipzig 
Conservatory of Music (graduate 
1887) ; Non-Coil. 1895 ; Balliol 
(incorporated) 1901 ; 4th Eng. 
Lit., and B.A., 1898 ; M.A. 1901. 
Sometime U.S. Consul at Ghent. 
Recreations : Music, fencing, swim- 
ming. Clubs : Authors', 1900, &c. 
Address : Clifie Castle, Keighley, 
Yorks. 

Butterworth, Alan : 6. July 25, 
1864 ; s. of Henry Butterworth, 
of Rochdale ; m. 1897, Alice 
Erskine, d. of Major-General G. 
Colclough, R.H.A. Issue : one 
son, three daughters. Educ. 
Elizabeth Coll., Guernsey ; Balliol 
1883-5 (W.M.). I.C.S., Madras; 
Assist. Collector and Magistrate 
1885 ; Under - Sec, Revenue 
Department, 1893 ; Judge and 



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Sessions Judge 1897 ; Divisional j 
Judge 1898 ; Sub-Collector and | 
Joint Magistrate 1898 ; Collector j 
and Magistrate 1901 ; Sec. to | 
Government, Local, Municipal, 
Educational, and Legislative De- 
partments, 1912 ; member, Board 
of Revenue, 191 3. Publications : 
a work on Indian Trees ; joint 
author of a work on Indian Epi- 
graphy. Address : Madras Club, 
Madras, India. 

Butterworth, Frederick William : 
b. March 21, 1844 ; s. of Rev. J. H. 
Butterworth, of London ; m. March 
28, 1892, Agnes Amelia, d. of 
R. C. Benabo, and widow of W. A. 
Baillie. Educ. Marlborough (Ex.) ; 
Balliol 1864-7 (E.C.W.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1866 ; B.A. 1867 ; Cricket 
XI. Union Soc. Partner in John 
Whitham & Son, Bordeaux, and 
Whitham & Butterworth, Lon- 
don, 1870 ; Deputy Chairman of 
Gresham Life Assurance Soc. and 
of Gresham Fire and Accident 
Soc. ; Director of Licences In- 
surance and Guarantee Corpora- 
tion. Clubs : New University, 
Marylebone. Address : Hughen- 
den. Upper Richmond Road, 
Putney, London, S.W. 

Buxton, Charles Sydney : b. May 26, 
1884 ; s. of Rt. Hon. Sydney 
Buxton, M.P. Educ. Eton ; Bal- 



liol 1903-7 {A.L.S., H.W.C.D.); 
Hist. Ex. ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1905 ; 
B.A. 1906; ist Mod. Hist. 1907; 
M.A. 1909. Union and Braken- 
bury Socs. Vice- Principal and 
Lecturer in Hist., Ruskin Coll., 
Oxford, 1907-9 ; contested (L.) 
Woodbridge Div. of Suffolk 1910. 
[Died Aug. 31, 191 1.] 

Byles, Rev. Thomas Roussel Davids : 
b. Feb. 26, 1870 ; s. of Rev. A. H. 
Byles, of Shelton, Hanley. Educ. 
Leamington Coll. (Sch.) ; Rossall 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1889-94 (J.W.R., 
A.L.S.) ; Math. Sch, ; 3rd Math. 
Mods. 1891 ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 
1893 ; 3rd Theol., and B.A., 
1894. Arnold Soc. (Vice-Pres.). 
Master St. Edmund's Coll., Ware, 
1896-9 ; studied Theology in 
Rome 1899-1903 ; B.D., Gre- 
gorian Univ., 1901 ; ordained p. 
1902 ; Catholic Rector of Ongar 
1905-12. Publication : A School 
Commentary on 2nd Epistle of St. 
Paul to the Corinthians, 1897. 
Address : Catholic Presbytery, 
Ongar, Essex. [Perished in 
Titanic disaster, April 14, 1912.] 

Byth, George Leonard : b. Oct. 10, 
1890 ; s. of G. G. Byth, of Ithaca, 
Brisbane. Educ. Sydney Univ. ; 
Balliol 191 3- (A.D.L.). Union 
Soc. Address : Bon Accord, 
Ithaca, Brisbane, Queensland. 



Cabab^, Michael : b. 1855 ; s. of 
Nahum Cababe, of The Grove, 
Walton-on-Thames. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1873-5 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1874 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1876. 
Barrister, I.T., 1879. Publica- 
tions : The Principles of Estoppel, 
1888 ; On Attachment of Debts and 
Equitable Execution, 3rd ed. ; and 
Interpleader in the High Court of 
Justice and in the County Courts, 
3rd ed., 1900 ; joint author of 
Reports of Actions tried in the 
Queen's Bench Division of the High 
Court, vol. i, 1883-5. Addresses : 
The Grove, Walton-on-Thames; 



5 Paper Buildings, Temple, Lon- 
don, E.C. 

Cadell, Patrick Robert : b. May 6, 
1 871 ; s. of Col. Thomas Cadell, 
V.C, C.B. Educ. Edinburgh 
Academy ; Haileybury (Sen. and 
Jun. Schs.) ; Balliol 1889-91 
(W.M.) ; Univ., South of England, 
and Coll. Rugby XVs. I.C.S. ; 
Chairman, Karachi Plague Com- 
mission, 1898 ; Under-Sec. to 
Government, Revenue, &c., De- 
partments, 1 900-1 ; Private Sec. 
to Governor, 1907 ; Collector 
of Customs, Calcutta, 1908 ; 
Municipal Commissioner, City of 



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of Bombay, 1910- ; CLE. 1913. 
Clubs : East India United Ser- 
vice; New (Edinburgh), Byculla 
(Bombay). Address : c/o King, 
King & Co., Bombay, India. 
Cadogan, Hon. Alexander Montagu 
George : b. Nov. 25, 1884 ; s. of 
5th Earl Cadogan ; m. 1912, 
Lady Theodosia Acheson, d. of 
4th Earl of Gosford. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1903-6 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.); 
and Mod. Hist. 1906 ; B.A. 1908. 
Passed Diplomatic Service Exam., 
and entered Foreign Office, 1908 ; 
Attach^, Constantinople, Jan., 
3rd Sec, Oct. 1910 ; transferred 
to Foreign Office 1912 ; Sec. in 
Embassy, Vienna, 191 3. Address : 
Chelsea House, Cadogan Place, 
London, S.W. 
Cadogan, Hon.Edward Cecil George : 
b. Nov. 15, 1880 ; s. of 5th Earl 
Cadogan. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1899-1903 (A.L.S., F.F.U., 
H.W.C.D.); B.A. 1904. Union 
Soc. (Sec. 1902). Barrister, I.T., 
1905 ; S.E. Circuit ; Borough 
Councillor, Chelsea, 1907-9 ; ist 
Lieut., Suffolk Yeomanry; con- 
tested (C.) King's Lynn 1910 ; 
Sec. to Rt. Hon. Walter Long for 
one year ; Sec. to the Speaker 
of the House of Commons 191 1- ; 
Sec. to Caledonian Canal Commis- 
sion ; Director of Law Insurance 
Co. ; on Committees of Victoria 
Hospitals for Children and Women. 
Publications : Makers of Moderri 
History, 1905 ; Cavour, 1907. 
Club: Bachelors'. Address: Chel- 
sea House, Cadogan Place, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

Cahill, Joseph Robert : b. Jan. 12, 
1879; s. of M. Cahill, M.D., of 
Dublin. Educ. Clongonewood 
Coll., Co. Kildare ; Balliol 1899- 
1902 (E.A., J.A.S.) ; 3rd CL Mods. 
1900 ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 1902 ; B.A. 
1904. Address : c/o Dr. F. K. 
Cahill, Dundrum, Co. Dublin. 
Calne, William : b. Aug. 28, 1873 ; 
s. of W. S. Caine, of Liverpool ; 
m. July 1907, Edith Gordon, d. of 
F. R. Walker, of Boston, Mass., 
U.S.A. Educ. Westminster; St. 
Andrews Univ. ; Non-CoU. 1892 ; 



Balliol 1893-5 (W.H.F., A.L.S.); 
4th Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1895 ; 
Torpid (i and 2). Union and Ar- 
nold Socs. Barrister, M.T., 1897; 
N. Circuit; author. Publications: 
Boom; The Rewll at Roskelly's; 
A Prisoner in Spain, &c. Clubs: 
Reform, Fly Fishers'. Address : 
Reform Club, Pall Mall, London, 
S.W. 
Calvert, Wilkle : 6. June 21, i88i ; 
s. of J. M. Calvert, of Rochdale. 
Educ. Silcoate's School, Wakefield ; 
University Coll., London ; Balliol 
1 899-1903 (A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1903. Assist. 
Master King Edward's Gr. School, 
Birmingham, 1905 ; commercial 
career with Christopher Thomas & 
Sons, Ltd., Soap Manufacturers, 
Bristol, 1906 ; joined T. H. Vavas- 
seur & Co., East India Merchants, 
London, 1909 ; Director, ditto, 
1912 ; travelled in Ceylon and the 
East 1910 ; Lecturer on ' Distribu- 
tion of Goods ', London School of 
Economics. Recreation : Golf. 
Club: National Liberal. Address'. 
7 Wentworth Road, Hendon, 
London, N.W. 

Cameron, Arthur Garfield : b. March 
6, 1882 ; s. of D. G. Cameron, of 
Montague, Prince Edward Island. 
Educ. Queen's Univ. ; Balliol 
1906-9 (H.B.H., A.L.S.) ; Rhodes 
Sch. ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 
1909 ; Univ. Lacrosse Team 1908, 
Address : Montague, Prince Ed- 
ward Island, Canada. 
Cameron, Ewen Charles : b. Feb. 
18, 1878 ; s. of Cameron of 
Lochiel. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1896-1900 (E.J., A.L.S.) ; 3rd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1900 ; 
Assoc. XL Dervorguilla Soc. 
Barrister, I.T., 1904 ; in chambers 
at Temple 1904-7 ; A.D.C. to the 
Earl of Selbome, Governor of 
Transvaal and High Commissioner 
for S. Africa, 1907-10 ; Acting 
Private Sec. to Lord Methuen 
while administering Government 
of Transvaal, June-Sept. 1909 ; 
2nd Lieut., 1902, Major 1909, 
Lovat's Scouts Yeomanry; Sec. 
of Boy Scouts' Assoc. 1912-. Re- 



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creations : Deer-stalking, shooting, 
golf. Clubs : Marlborough, Bache- 
lors', Union, Walton Heath Grolf. 
Addresses : 51 Montagu Square, 
London, W. ; Bachelors' Club, 
Piccadilly, London, W. 
Camoys, 5th Baron, Ralph Francis 
Julian Stonor : b. Jan. 28, 1884; 
s. of 4th Baron ; m. Nov. 25, 
191 1, Mildred Constance, d. of 
W. Watts Sherman, of New York. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Oratory 
School, Edgbaston ; Balliol 1902- 

4 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.). Captain in 
Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hus- 
sars ; Attach^ at Madrid 1907-8. 
Recreations : Motoring, balloon- 
ing, tennis, shooting. Clubs : 
Boodle's, Bachelors', Aero, New, 
Phyllis Court. Address : Stonor 
Park, Henley-on-Thames. 

Campbell, Colin Geoi^e : b. May 26, 
1852 ; s. of C. G. CampbeU, D.L. 
for Argyllshire. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1 871-5 (J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1872 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1875; M.A. 1879. Union 
Soc. India Ofi&ce ; Jun. Clerk, Mili- 
tary Department, 1876 ; Private 
Sec. to Permanent Under Sec. of 
State 1877-92 ; Sen. Clerk 1889 ; 
Reading Clerk to Council 1890-7 ; 
Private Sec. to Sec. of State 1894- 

5 ; Sec. to Royal Commission on 
Indian Expenditure 1895 ; Assist. 
Sec. Political Department 1897 ; 
Assist. Under Sec. of State 1907-11; 
C.B. 1910. CZm6 : New University. 
Addresses : 43 Lower Belgrave St., 
London, S.W.; Oakdene, Bracknell. 
[Died May 27, 191 1.] 

*Campbell, Rev. John McLeod : b. 
July 6, 1884 ; s. of Rev. Donald 
Campbell, Rector of Oakford, 
Devon. Educ. Marlborough ; Bal- 
liol 1903-7 (F.F.U., H.W.C.D., 
A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1906 ; M.A. 1910. Bishop's 
Hostel, Farnham, 1907 ; ordained 

; d. 1909, p. 1910 ; Chapl. of Hert- 
ford 1909- ; Exam. Chapl. to 
Bishop of Oxford 1910 ; ditto. 
Archbishop of York, 191 2 ; Com- 
missary to Bishop of Bombay 
1910. Address: Hertford College, 
Oxford. 



Campbell, John Stratheden : b. Jan. 
21, 1863 ; s. of J. S. Campbell, 
I.C.S. ; m. Oct. 28, 1884, Honor, 
d. of General Sir Oliver Newmarch, 
K.C.S.I. Issue : two sons; one 
daughter. Educ. Rugby (Sch.) ; 
BaUiol i88i-3. I.C.S., N.W. 
Prov. and Oudh ; Assist. Magis- 
trate and Collector, and Assist. 
Commissioner, 1883 ; Joint Magis- 
trate 1890 ; Deputy Commis- 
sioner, and District and Sessions 
Judge, 1896 ; Magistrate and 
Collector 1898 ; Commissioner, 
Kumaon Division, 1906 ; Famine 
ditto 1907 ; CLE. 1907 ; C.S.I. 
1909. Clubs : Junior Carlton, 
East India United Service. Ad- 
dress : I.C.S. Commissioner, Ku- 
maon Division, United Provinces, 
India. 

^Campbell, Norman Phillips : b. 

April 25, 1886 ; s. of J. B. Camp- 
bell, of Montreal ; m. Lettice 
Margaret, d. of Dr. Joseph Armi- 
tage, of Tasmania. Educ. Dulwich 
Coll. (Sch.) ; Balliol 1904-8 
(H.B.H.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; ist 
Nat. Sci. (Chem.) 1907; B.A. 
1908 ; M.A. 1911. Missionary 
(C.M.S.). Address: Trmity Col- 
lege, Kandy, Ceylon. 

^Campbell, Percy Gerald Cadogan : 
b. Jan. 8, 1878 ; s. of Rev. C. C. 
Campbell, of Wirksworth ; tn. 
Dec. 14, 1910, Evelyn Amy, d. of 
F. J. Rogers. Educ. Pensionnat 
St. Pierre, Calais ; Rossall ; Bal- 
liol 1897-1901 (A.W.P.C, J.A.S.) ; 
CI. Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1899 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1901 ; Chancellor's 
Medal for English Essay, and 
B.A., 1902 ; M.A. 1904 ; Univ. 
189&-1901 (Sec.) and Coll. Hockey 
XI's ; Cricket, Football, Tennis 
Teams. Union, Arnold (Sec. and 
Pres.), Brakenbury, and Fotherin- 
gay Socs. Prof, of Romance 
Literature and PhUology, Queen's 
Univ., Canada, 1902-. Club : 
Junior Army and Navy. Address : 
Queen's University, Kingston, 
Canada. 

'*'Campb8lI-Johnston, David Gavin : 
b. April 30, 1873 ; s. of A. R. 
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London ; m. July 1905, Rosenda 
Isabel, d. of John Campbell. 
Issue : two sons. Educ. Marl- 
borough (Sch ) ; Balliol 1894-8 
(A.L.S., W.H.F., F.F.U., E.J.) ; 
2nd Mod. Hist., Taylorian Cer- 
tificate in French, and B.A., 
1898; 3rd B.C.L. 1900; M.A. 
and B.C.L. 1903. Studied theo- 
logy in a Trappist Monastery in 
Palestine, and subsequently at 
Scots' Coll., Rome ; Barrister, 
L.I., 1905 ; since engaged in 
private study of subjects bearing 
on history, comparative religion, 
biblical criticism, &c. ; some- 
time representative of Mesopo- 
tamia Exploration Syndicate, Ltd., 
in Constantinople. Publications : 
' A Holiday in the Pyrenees ' 
{Field, Aug. 1910) ; various articles 
on financial topics in the Cosmo- 
politan Financier. Recreations : 
Fencing, mountaineering Club : 
Union. Address : Les Bruyeres, 
Anglet, Basses- Pyrenees, France. 

Camperdown, 3rd Earl of, Robert 
Adam Philips Haldane-Duncan : 
formerly Viscount Duncan ; b. 
May 28, 1 841 ; s. of 2nd Earl. 
Educ. Woodcote House ; Eton ; 
Balliol 1859-63 (B.J.) ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1861 ; ist Lit. Hirai. 1863 ; 
B.A. 1864 ; Morrison Fours i860. 
Lord-in- Waiting 1868-70 ; Civil 
Lord of the Admiralty 1870-4 ; 
LL.D., St. Andrews ; Convener of 
Forfarshire ; D.L. ; J.P. Publi- 
cation : Admiral Duncan, 1898. 
Clubs : Brooks's, Marlborough, 
St. James's. Addresses : 39 Charles 
St., London, W. ; Camperdown, 
Dundee ; Gleneagles House, Perth. 

Campion, Charles Walter : b. Nov. 
10, 1839 ; s. of W. J. Campion, of 
Danny, Sussex ; m. 1879, Charlotte 
Susan, d. of H. H. Seymour. Educ. 
Eton ; BaUiol 1858-62 (E.C.W.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods, i860 ; 2nd Law and 
Hist. 1862 ; B.A. 1863. Barrister, 
L.I., 1866 ; Sec. to Speaker of 
House of Commons 1872-84 ; 
Exam, of Standing Orders, ditto, 
1884-1911. Club : Travellers'. 
Address : Mariteau House, Win- 
chelsea, Sussex. 



^Camian, Edwin : b. 1861 ; s. of 
D. A. Cannan ; m. 1907, Margaret 
M., d. of Deputy Surgeon-General 
Cullen ; Issue : one son. Educ. 
Clifton; Balliol 1881-3 (E.A., 
A.L.S.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1882 ; 
B.A. 1884 ; Lothian Essay Prize 
1885 ; M.A. 1887. Lecturer at 
London School of Economics 
1897- ; Hon. LL.D., Glasgow, 
1901 ; Prof, of Political Economy, 
Univ. of London, 1907- ; Dean 
of Faculty of Economics, ditto, 
1900-4. Publications i The Duke 
of Saint Simon (Lothian Essay), 
1885 ; Elementary Political Econo- 
my, 1888, 3rd ed. 1903 ; History 
of the Theories of Production and 
Distribution, 1893, 2nd ed. 1903 ; 
History of Local Rates in England, 
1896, 2nd ed. 191 2 ; edited Adam 
Smith's Lectures on Justice, Police, 
Revenue, and Arms, 1896, and 
Inquiry into the Nature and Causes 
of the Wealth of Nations, 2 vols., 
1904 ; The Economic Outlook, 
1912 ; Wealth, 1914. Recreations : 
Cycling, history of English roads. 
Address : 11 Chadlington Road, 
Oxford. 

Capel-Cure, Rev. Laurence George : 
b. Aug. 10, 1833 ; s. of Capel-Cure, 
of Blake Hall, Ongar ; m. 1857, 
Augusta Elizabeth, d. of Sir C. 
Cunliffe Smith, Bart. Issue : six 
children. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
1852-6 (E.C.W., B.J.) ; 3rd Law 
and Hist., and B.A., 1856. Or- 
dained d. 1858, p. 1859 ; Rector 
of Roding-Abbess 185&-1912. Ad- 
dress : Roding-Abbess Rectory, 
Ongar. [Died June 22, 1912.] 

Cardew, Alexander Evelyn : b. Nov. 
19, 1888; s. of A. G. Cardew, 
C.S.I., Revenue Sec. to Madras 
Government. Educ. Repton ; 
Balliol 1908-13 (A.W.P.C, J.A.S., 
H.M.W.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1910 ; 
Univ. and Coll. Assoc. XI's, 
Egyptian Civil Service 1913. 
Address : c/o Col. Brooke-Ander- 
son, Brookestead, King's Park 
Road, Bournemouth. 

Carew-Robinson, Courtem^ Denis : 
b. Nov. 23, 1887 ; s. of C. Carew- 
Robinson, late of Calcutta, and 



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of Bepton, Midhurst, Sussex. 
Educ, Winchester ; Balliol 1906- 
10 (C.B., H.M.W.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1908 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1910 ; Assoc. XI (Capt.). Union 
Soc. Clubs : Savile, Queen's. 
Address : Home Office, London, 
S.W. 

Carey, Lionel Slade : b. Aug. 19, 
1861 ; s. of Sir T. G. Carey, Kt. ; 
tn. July 3, 1886, Blanche Augusta, 
d. of Col. C. O'Donoghue. Issue : 
two sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Elizabeth Coll., Guernsey ; Bal- 
liol 1880-2 (A.T.) ; Eight ; Rugby 
XV. Union and Carlyle Socs. 
I.C.S., Central Prov. ; Assist, and 
Deputy Commissioner, Settlement 
Officer and Commissioner, Revenue 
Sec., Commissioner of Division, 
1882-1908 ; retired 1908 ; King 
Edward VII Delhi Durbar Medal 
1903 ; Jurat of Royal Court of 
Guernsey 1908-. Publication : 
Report on the Land Revenue Settle- 
ment of Raipur District, Central 
Provinces, 1885-9. Clubs : East 
India United Service; Grange 
(Guernsey). Address : Rozel, 
Guernsey. 

Carlisle, 10th Earl of, Charles James 
Stanley Howard : formerly Vis- 
count Morpeth ; b. March 8, 1867 ; 
s. of 9th Earl ; nt. April 17, 1894, 
Rhoda Ankaret, d. of Col. P. W. 
L'Estrange, R.A. Issue : one 
son, three daughters. Educ. 
Rugby ; Balliol 1886-9 (F. de P., 
A.L.S.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; Prox. 
Acces. Stanhope Prize ; ist 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1889 ; 
Rugby XV (Capt.). Dervorguilla 
Soc. Contested (U.) Chester-le- 
Street 1895 ; Hexham Div. of 
Northimiberland 1900 ; Gates- 
head 1904 ; M.P. for South 
Birmingham 1904-11 ; member of 
London School Board 1894-1902 ; 
Capt. in 5th Batt. Rifle Brigade ; 
served in S. Africa (Queen's Medal, 
three clasps) ; Alderman of 
County Council, J.P., and D.L., 
Cumberland. Clubs : Brooks's, 
Travellers'. Address : Naworth 
Castle, Carlisle. [Died Jan. 20, 
1912.] 



Carlyle, Sir Robert Warrand : b. 

July II, 1859 ; s. of Rev. J. E. 
Carlyle (Free Church of Scotland) ; 
tn. Sept. 29, 1903, Jane Isabel, d. 
of James Barton, of Famdreg, Co. 
Louth. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
1878-80 (A.T.). Union and 
Brakenbury Socs. I.C.S., Bengal ; 
Assist. Magistrate and Collector 
1880 ; Under Sec. to Government, 
Judicial, Political, and Appoint- 
ment Departments, 1888 ; Joint 
Magistrate and Deputy Collector 
1890 ; Under-Sec. to Government 
of India, Home Department ; 
Chief Sec. to Government of 
Bengal 1889 ; Magistrate and 
Collector 1894 ; Inspector-General 
of Police 1902 ; Commissioner, and 
Officiating Chief Sec. to Govern- 
ment of Bengal, 1904 ; Chief Sec. 
1905 ; temporary Sec. to Govern- 
ment of India, Revenue and 
Agricultural Departments, 1907 ; 
Sec, ditto, 1908 ; member Gover- 
nor-General's Executive Council 
1910- ; transferred to Bihar 1912 ; 
CLE. 1898 ; C.S.I. 1910; K.C.S.I. 
1911. Publication : joint author 
of A History of Mediaeval Political 
Theory in the West. Address : c/o 
Grindlay & Co., 54 Parliament St., 
London, S.W. 

Carmichael, George : b. March 25, 
1866 ; s. of George Carmichael, of 
Aberdeen ; w. Mary Gertrude, 
d. of C. T. Glover. Issue : two 
sons. Educ. Aberdeen Gr. School 
and Univ. ; BaUiol 1884-6 (W.M.). 
I.C.S. ; Assist. Collector, Magis- 
trate, and Forest Settlement 
Officer, Bombay, 1886 ; Assist. 
Commissioner, Burma, 1889 ; re- 
turned to Bombay as 2nd Assist. 
1894 ; 1st Assist. 1897 ; Jun. 
Collector 1901 ; ditto and Political 
Agent, Rewa Kantha, 1901 ; Sen. 
Collector, Punjab, 1905 ; ditto, 
Magistrate, and Political Agent, 
Bhor, 1906-9 ; additional member 
of Governor's Legislative Cotmcil 
1910 ; Chief Sec. to Government, 
Revenue, Finance, and Special 
Departments, 1910 ; C.S.I. 1913. 
Address : c/o H. S. King & Co., 
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Carndufl, Sir Herbert William 
Cameron : b. July 17, 1862 ; s. of 
D. Camduff, of the Indian Educa- 
tional Service ; m. i888, Julia, 
d. of Col. K. MacLeod, M.D,, 
Hon. Phys. to the King. Issue : 
two sons. Educ. Private ; Edin- 
burgh Univ. ; BaUiol 1881-3 
{W.M.,A.T.). CarlyleSoc. Barris- 
ter, I.T., 1906. I.C.S., Bengal, 
1883; Under -Sec. to Govern- 
ment 1887 ; Registrar, Calcutta 
High Court, 1889 ; District and 
Sessions Judge 1894 ; Sec. to 
Government of India 1901 ; 
Private Sec. to Viceroy of India 
1902 ; Judicial Commissioner of 
Chota Nagpore 1904 ; Puisne 
Judge, Calcutta High Court, 1908 ; 
Judge of the High Coiurt, Fort 
William, Bengal ; CLE. 1903 ; 
knighted 1913. Clubs : United 
Services, Bengal United Service 
and Bengal (Calcutta). Address : 
The High Court, Bengal, India. 

Carpenter, Rliys : b. Aug. 5, 1889 ; 
s. of Prof. W. H. Carpenter, of 
Columbia Univ., New York. 
Educ. Columbia Univ., New 
York; BaUiol 1 908-11 (A.W.P.C, 
H.M.W.); Rhodes Sch. ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1911. 
Addresses : 417 West 117 Street, 
New York City, and Bryn Mawr 
College, Bryn Mawr, Pa., U.S.A. 

Carr6, Meyrick Heath : b. Dec. 12, 
1891 ; s. of Rev. A. A. Carr6, 
Rector of Smarden, Kent. Educ. 
Loretto ; BaUiol 1911- (A.D.L., 
N.S.T.). Address : Smarden Rec- 
tory, Kent. 

♦Carter, Frank : 6. Aug. 21, 1861 ; 
s. of Rev. R. O. Carter, of ColwaU 
Green, Malvern. Educ. Upping- 
ham (Sch.) ; BaUiol 1880-3 
(W. H. F., A. C. B., J. L. S. D., 
R.L.N.) ; Minor Ex. ; ist 01. 
Mods. 1881 ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1883; M.A. 1895. Union 
and Arnold (one of original 
founders) Socs. Master, King's 
School, Ely, 1884-5 ; St. Paul's 
School, London, 1885-96 ; Prof, 
of Classics, McGUl Univ., Montreal, 
1 896-1 903 ; Master at Winchester 
i903-t Publications : various 



articles and reviews in Classical 
Review. Recreations : Lawn tennis, 
golf. Clubs : Queen's, Savile ; 
Hampshire (Winchester), Royal 
Winchester Golf, Winchester 
Lawn Tennis. Address : Ashdene, 
Winchester. 

♦Carter, Reginald : b. Jan. 12, 
1868 ; s. of R. H. Carter, of 
Falmouth; tn. 1895, d. of Major- 
M. O. Boyd, Deputy Commis- 
sioner of Cachar. Issue : three 
sons, one daughter. Educ. Truro 
Gr. School ; CUfton (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1886-90 (W.R.H., J.L.S.D.) ; 
Minor Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1888 ; 
Gaisford Prize (Prose) 1889 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1890 ; Prox. Acces. 
Hertford Sch. ; B.A. 1891 ; M.A. 
1893 ; Eight ; Rugby XV. FeUow 
and Lecturer, Lincoln, to 1901 ; 
CI. Moderator 1898-9 ; Principal, 
Oxford Univ. Day Training CoU., 
1898-1901 ; Rector of Edinburgh 
Academy 1 902-11; Head Master, 
Bedford Gr. School, 191 1-. Ad- 
dress : School House, Bedford. 

Cartwriglit, Sir Chauncy : b. Sept. 
25, 1853 ; s. of Aubrey Cart- 
wright, of Edgcote, Banbury. 
Educ. Eton; BaUiol 1872-4 
(R.L.N.) ; Cricket XI ; Morrison 
Foiurs. Entered Foreign Of&ce 
1875 ; Sec. to Sir H. D. Wolff at 
PhUippopolis 1878-9 ; to Lord E. 
Fitzmaurice at Constantinople 
1880; Acting Agent and Consul- 
General in Egypt 1882 ; Acting 
2nd Sec. at Teheran 1888-9 > sent 
to Venezuela 1893 ; Sec. to Lord 
HerscheU at Quebec and Washing- 
ton 1878-9 ; Chief Clerk, Foreign 
OflSce, 1900-13; C.M.G.,andEgyp- 
tian Medal and Clasp, and Khe- 
dive'sStar, 1882 ; K.C.M.G. 1910. 
Recreations : TraveUing, cycling, 
riding. Clubs : Travellers', St. 
James's, National, Society of 
Dilettanti ; Touring Club de 
France. Address : i WhitehaU 
Gardens, London, S.W. 

Carus-Wilson, Martin Macdowidl : 
b. Aug. 22, 1894 ; s. of C. A. Carus- 
WUson, of London. Edttc. Sher- 
borne ; BaUiol 1913- (A.L.S., 
N.S.T.). Address : Hanover 



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Lodge, Kensington Park, Lon- 
don, W. 

*Case, Thomas : b. July 14, 1844 ; 
s. of Robert Case, of Liverpool ; 
m. Jan. 22, 1870, Elizabeth Donn, 
d. of Sir Sterndale Bennett. Issue : 
two sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Rugby ; Balliol 1863-7 (E.C.W.) ; 
1st. CI. Mods. 1865 ; ist Lit. 
Hum. 1867; B.A. 1868; M.A. 
1871 ; Univ. {1864, 5, 7) and Coll. 
Cricket XI's. Fellow of Brase- 
nose 1868-9 ; Lecturer and Tutor 
of Balliol 1870-6 ; Lecturer 1873, 
Tutor 1876, Fellow and Tutor, 
1883, and Pres. 1904-, Corpus ; 
CI. Exam. 1877, 8, 9 ; 1883, 4 ; 
Lecturer in Greek Hist, at Christ 
Church 1883-9 ; Waynflete Prof, 
of Moral and Metaphysical Philo- 
sophy, and Fellow of Magdalen, 
1889-1910. Publications : Physi- 
cal Realism, 1888 ; St. Mary's 
Clusters, 1893 ; lectures on The 
Methods of Science, 1906 ; preface 
to Bacon's Advancement of Learn- 
ing, 1907 ; articles on Meta- 
physics, Logic, and Aristotle in 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1911. 
Address : Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford. 

Cash, William : 6. June 18, 1891 ; 
s. of William Cash, of Coombe 
Wood, Addington. Edtic. Hailey- 
bury; BaUiol 1910-13 (H.W.C.D., 
N.S.T., A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist. ; 
B.A., and Hon. Mention for Stan- 
hope Hist. Essay, 1913. Union 
Soc. Pres. of Acton Hist. Soc. 
1 91 3. Address : Coombe Wood, 
Addington, Surrey. 

*Castellain, Alfred : b. Jan. 10, 
1840 ; s. of Alfred Castellain, J. P., 
of Liverpool ; m. April 5, 1866, 
Emily, d. of Charles Saunders, 
J. P., of Liverpool. Issue : three 
sons, five daughters. Educ. 
Private ; Brighton Coll. ; Harrow ; 
Balliol 185&-62 (E.C.W.) ; 2nd 
Math. Mods, i860 ; 2nd Math., 
and B.A., 1862; M.A. 1865. 
Engaged with Grimer & Haye, 
Bremen, and Beylard Frferes, 
Bordeaux, 1863-5 ; partner in 
Frederick Huth & Co., Liverpool, 
and Gruning & Co., 1866-81 ; 



Vice-Consul for Chile 1873-81 ; 
Acting Consul during Chile- Peru 
War. Address : 19 Pulteney 
Road, Bath. 

*CasteUain, Charles : b. Jan. 10, 
1840 ; s. of Alfred Castellain, J.P., 
of Liverpool ; m. (i) Oct. 8, 1867, 
Katharine Florence, d. of Major- 
General Sir Robert Wallace, 
K.C.S.I. Issue : one son, two 
daughters ; (2) April 20, 1885, 
Amy Gertrude, d. of ]. B. Towse. 
Issue : two sons, two daughters. 
Educ. Brighton Coll. ; Harrow ; 
Balliol 1858-62 (B.J.J ; 2nd Math. 
Mods, i860 ; 3rd Math., and 
B.A., 1862; M.A. 1865. Union 
Soc. In Bordeaux 1862-4 ; Bre- 
men 1864-6 ; business in Liver- 
pool 1866-79 ; Egypt 188 1-3 ; 
New Zealand 1898. Address : 
Durgates Lodge, Wadhurst, Sus- 
sex. 

Castlehow, Stanley : b. Feb. 13, 
1887 ; s. of Isaac Castlehow, of 
Sandgate, Brisbane. Educ. Bris- 
bane Gr. School, St. Andrew's Coll., 
Sydney; Balliol 1908-11 (C.B., 
J.A.S., A.D.L.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1911. 
Address : St. Andrew's College, 
Sydney, New South Wales. 

Cave, Harold Watkins : b. Aug. 18, 
1862 ; s. of Sir Lewis W. Cave, 
Judge of the High Court ; m. 
Sept. 23, 1891, Frances Maude, 
d. of J. Darlington, of Bourton 
Hall, Rugby. Issue : five chil- 
dren. Educ. Rugby (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1881-5 (F. de P., R.G.T.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1882 ; 2nd Jur. 
1885 ; B.A. and M.A. 1888 ; 
Univ. (1881, 2, 3, 4) and Coll. 
Rugby XV's; Eight; Cricket XI. 
Barrister, L.I., 1888 ; Solicitor 
1895 ; Agent for Lord Cadogan's 
London Estates 1906-. Clubs : 
Oxford and Cambridge, Leander. 
A ddress : Heath Lodge, Maidenhead 
Thicket, Berks. 

Chalmers, Kemieth Edlmann : (. 
Sept. 15, 1873 ; s. of Frederick 
Chalmers, formerly Capt. in Rifle 
Brigade, and partner in Brown, 
Shipley & Co., London ; m. 
1898, Agnes, d. of Rev. Canon 



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Theobald, Rector of Lasham, 
Hants. Educ. Etoa (Captain of 
Oppidans 1892) ; Balliol 1892-6 
(W.R.H., J.L.S.D.); and CI. 
Mods. 1894 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1896. Union (Committee) 
and Dervorguilla Socs. Barrister, 
LT., 1898. Clubs : Reform, 
Union, Wellington. Addresses : 
8 Fig Tree Court, Temple, London, 
E.C. ; Blackbrook, Bickley, Kent. 

*Chalmers, Thomas Marriott : b. 
July 28, 1884; s. of Rev. A. 
Chadmers, of Wakefield. Educ. 
Hamburg ; Willaston School, 
Nantvvich ; Balliol 1902-7 

(H.W.C.D., F.F.U., F.L.A.) ; and 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1906 ; 
M.A. 1913 ; Eight (cox). Union 
and Arnold Socs. Barrister, L.I. 
191 1 ; Public Trustee Office 
iqii-. Address : St. John's 
^lount, Wakefield. 

Chambers, Frank Harding : b. 
Sept. II, 1867; s. of Rev. J. J. 
Chambers, Vicar of St. Barnabas, 
Southampton ; m. 1888, M. A., 
d. of John Firth, of Sheffield. 
Issue : two sons, three daughters. 
Educ. Wolverhampton Gr. School ; 
Balliol 1885-8 (J.W.R.) ; Minor 
Ex. ; 2nd Math. Mods. 1886 ; ist 
Math., and B.A., 1888 ; M.A. 
1893. Master at Portsmouth Gr. 
School to 1890 ; Charterhouse 
1901 ; Head Master, Lincoln 
Gr. School, 1901-11. Publication: 
Elements of Language. [Died 
March, 1912.] 

Chambres, Rev. Gordon Crewe : 

b. April 26, 1861 ; s. of C. C. 
Chambres, of Eyrie, Wallasey, 
Cheshire ; m. Dec. 20, 1910, 
Lilian Annie, d. of Dr. Plant, of 
Hindley. Educ. Dulwich Coll. ; 
BaUiol 1880-1 (W.H.F., H.B.D.) ; 
Minor Ex. ; Jun. Student of 
Christ Church 1881 ; ist Nat. Sci. 
1883; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1886. 
Demonstrator at Christ Church, 
1884 ; student at Marburg Univ. 
1884-5 ; Science Master, King's 
School, Chester, 1886 ; Lecturer 
at Keble 1887 ; Second Master, 
Uttoxeter Gr. School, 1887-9 ; 
ordained d. 1888, p. 1889 ; Science 



Master Bromsgrove School 1889- 
91 ; Head Master, Wigan Gr. 
School, 1891- ; member of Chemi- 
cal Soc. and Incorporated Head 
Masters' Assoc. Addresses : 31 
Upper Dicconson St., and The 
Grammar School, Wigan. 

Champneys, John Daliymple : b. 
May 23, 1889; s. of Sir F. H. 
Champneys, Bart., M.D., of Lon- 
don. Educ. Rossall ; Balliol 1908- 
II (E.H.) ; 3rd Jur., and B.A., 
1911. Club: SavUe. Address: 42 
Upper Brook St., London, W. 

Chancellor, John Brandon : b. 
1856 ; s. of John Chancellor, of 
Reading. Educ. Cheltenham ; 
Balliol 1875-8 ; Ex. ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1876; 2nd Jur. 1878; 
B.A. 1879. Barrister, I.T., 1881. 

Sied Oct. 21, 1911.] 
ney, Newcomb Kinney : 6, April 
27, 1883 ; s. of Prof. Lucian 
W. Chaney ; m. 191 1, Elsie Webb. 
Educ. Carleton Coll., Northfield, 
Minnesota ; Balliol 1907-10 
(H.B.H., F.L.A.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; 
3rd Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 
1 910; Rugby XV; Torpid (2); 
Morrison Fours. Union and 
Arnold Socs. George Leib Harri- 
son Fellow in Chem. 1 910-12, 
Ph.D. 1912, Univ. of Pennsyl- 
vania ; Research Chemist, Labo- 
ratory of National Carbon Co., 
1912-; B.S. and M.S., Univ. of Car- 
leton. Address: 1614 Wyandotte 
Ave., Lakewood, Cleveland, Ohio, 
U.S.A. 

Chaplin, Humphrey Marmaduke : 
b. Jan. 8, 1892 ; s. of M. K. 
Chaplin, of Derby. Educ. Rossall ; 
Balliol 1911- (C.B., A.W.P.C, 
A.D.L.) ; Domus Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods., Craven Sch., and Hon. 
Mention for Hertford Sch., 1913 ; 
Hockey XL Address : Lake 
House, Macclesfield. 
Chapman, Cecil Maurice : b. June 
24, 1852 ; s. of Henry Chapman, 
of Woodford, Essex ; m. 1899, 
Adeline Mary, d. of D. B. Chapman, 
and widow of A. E. Guest. Educ. 
Tonbridge (Ex.) ; Balliol 1871-5 
(T.H.G., R.L.N., T.C.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1872 ; B.A. 1875 ; Cricket 



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XI. Dervorguilla Soc. Barrister, 
I.T., 1878 ; S.E. Circuit and Sur- 
rey Sessions ; Assist. Commis- 
sioner on Markets and Fairs Com- 
mission 1887-8 ; ditto Laboiu: 
Commission 1892-4 ; member 
London County Council for Chel- 
sea 1896-8, and of Coxmcil of 
Charity Organization Soc. ; Metro- 
politan Police Magistrate, South- 
wark, 1899- ; J. P. Publications: 
Marriage and Divorce, 191 1 ; 
editor of Cunniagham's Indian 
Law of Evidence Act ; Assist. 
Editor of Fisher's Common Law 
Digest. Recreations : Cricket, 
golf. Clubs : Athenaeum, New 
University. Addresses : 24 Buck- 
ingham Gate, London, S.W. ; 
The Cottage, Roehampton, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

*Chamwood, 1st Baron, Godfrey 
Rathbone Benson : b. Nov. 6, 
1864 ; s. of William Benson, 
J.P., of Langtons, Alresford, 
Hants ; m. 1897, Dorothea Mary 
Roby, d. of Roby Thorpe, of 
Nottingham. Issue : two sons, 
two daughters. Educ. Winchester 
(Ex.); Balliol 1883-7 (J-W.M., 
R.L.N.) ; Minor Ex. ; and CI. 
Mods. 1884 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1887 ; 
B.A. 1888; M.A. 1890. Braken- 
bury Soc. (Pres.). Barrister, I.T., 
1898 ; sometime Lecturer at 
Balliol; M.P. (L.) Mid-Oxon 
1892-5 ; Assist. Private Sec. to 
Pres. of Board of Agriculture 
1893-5 ; Mayor of Lichfield 1909- 
1 1 ; member of House of Laymen, 
Province of Canterbury ; J.P. 
Staffs. Publications : Tracks in 
the Snow ; joint editor of Nettle- 
ship's Philosophical Lectures and 
Remains. Clubs : Brooks's, Bath. 
Addresses : 108 Eaton Square, 
London, S.W. ; Stowe House, 
Lichfield. 

Charteris, Hon. Evan : b, 1864 ; 
s. of loth Lord Wemyss. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1887-8 (B.J.). 
Barrister, I.T,, 1891 ; Parlia- 
mentary Bar. Publication : Af- 
fairs of Scotland^ n44-6. Club : 
Turf. Address : 23 St. James's 
Place, London, S.W. 



•Chaundy, Theodore William : 

b. Jan. 19, 1889 ; s. of John 
Chaundy, of Oxford. Educ. 
Oxford High School; Balliol 
1906-10 (J.W.R., H.B.H.) ; Math. 
Sch. ; ist Math. Mods., and Jun. 
Math. Sch., 1907 ; 1st Math., and 
B.A., 1909 ; Sen. Math. Sch. 
1910; M.A. 1913. Student and 
Lecturer in Math, at Christ 
Church 1912- ; Treas. of Univ. 
Fabian Soc, member of Indepen- 
dent Labour Party, and London 
Math. Soc. Address : Christ 
Church, Oxford. 

*Chavasse, Albert Sidney : b. Sept. 
16, 1840 ; s. of Sidney Chavasse, 
of Birmingham ; m. 1882, Flo- 
rence Isabella, d. of Rev. R. Mann, 
Rector of Long Whatton, Leics. 
Issue : three sons, one daughter. 
Educ. King Edward VI School, 
Birmingham (Leaving Ex.) ; Bal- 
liol 185&-64 {J.R., E.C.W., B.J., 
E.P., H.W.) ; Sch. and Jenkyns 
Ex. ; 1st CI. Mods, and 3rd Math. 
Mods, i860 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1861 ; 
1st Law and Hist., and B.A., 1862 ; 
Prox. Acces. to Ireland Sch. 1861, 
and Johnson Theol. Sch. 1863 ; 
Vinerian Sch. 1863 ; Denyer and 
Johnson Sch., Ellerton Essay, and 
M.A. and B.C.L., 1865. Union 
Soc. Barrister, L.I., 1869 ; Fel- 
low 1864-1902, Praelector 1864-6, 
Tutor 1871-93, Librarian 1878-86, 
Registrar and Sec. 1886-93, Uni- 
versity Coll. ; Exam, in Law and 
Hist. 1872, Jiu". 1872, 3, 8, 9, and 
for B.C.L. 1873, 9 ; Sen. Proctor 
1880-1 ; CI. Moderator 1890. 
Publications : Hymns Translated 
and Original, 1900 ; co-editor of 
The Fourth Book of Thucydides, 
1884. Address : Lynch Rectory, 
Midhurst, Sussex. 

Chavasse, Francis Bernard : b. Dec. 
2, 1889; s. of Rt. Rev. F. J. 
Chavasse, D.D., Lord Bishop of 
Liverpool. Educ. Liverpool Univ.; 
Balliol 1908-12 (H.B.H.) ; Hon. 
Brakenbury Ex. ; Theodore Wil- 
liams Sch. in Human Anatomy and 
in Physiology 191 1 ; ist Nat, Sci. 
(Phys.), and B.A., 1912 ; won 
Hundred Yards in Univ. Fresh- 



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men's sports. Address : The 
Palace, Liverpool. 

Cheatle, Walter John North : 6. Oct. 
27, 1887 ; s. of T. H. Cheatle, of 
Burford. Educ. Repton (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1906-9 (H.W.C.D., F.F.U., 
A.E.S.) ; B.A. 1910. 2nd Lieut. 
1910, Lieut. 1912, ist Batt. King's 
Own Scottish Borderers. Recrea- 
tions : Polo, tennis, golf, hockey, 
and shooting. Addresses : Dil- 
kusha, Lucknow, India ; Burford, 
Oxon. 

Chcrvls, William : b. Sept. 4, 1864 ; 
s. of James Chevis, of Andover ; 
tn. 1893, Amy Florence, d. of Rev. 
J. C. A. Daimenberg. Issue : two 
sons, one daughter. Educ. Lanc- 
ing ; Balliol 1883-5 (W.M.). I.C.S., 
Punjab ; Assist. Commissioner 
1885; District Judge 1893 ; Deputy 
Commissioner 1898 ; Divisional 
and Sessions Judge 1900; Officiat- 
ing Judge of Chief Court 1910; 
Permanent Judge, ditto, 1914. Ad- 
dress : c/o Grindlay & Co., 54 
Parliament St., London, S.W. 

*Cheyne, Rev. Thomas Kelly : b. 
Sept. 18, 1841 ; s. of Rev. C. 
Cheyne, of Christ's Hospital ; m, 
(i) Frances E. (d. 1907), d. of Rev. 
D. R. Godfrey ; (2) Elizabeth, d. 
of J. P. Gibson. Educ. Merchant 
Taylors' School ; Sch. of Worces- 
ter Coll. ; B.A. 1862 ; Kennicott 
Sch., Johnson's Theol. Sch., and 
Ellerton Prize 1863 ; Pusey and 
Ellerton Sch., and Chancellor's 
English Essay, 1864 ; M.A. 1865; 
D.Litt. 1902 ; ordained d. 1864, 
p. 1865. Fellow, Chapl., Lib., 
and Hebrew Lecturer at Bal- 
liol 1865-82 ; Rector of Ten- 
dring 1880-5 ; Theol. Exam. 
1881, 2, 9 ; Oriel Prof, of Inter- 
pretation of Scripture 1885-1908 ; 
Canon of Rochester 1 885-1 908 ; 
member of Old Testament Revi- 
sion Company 1884 ; Bampton 
Lecturer 1889 ; American Lec- 
turer on Hist, of Religions 1897-8 ; 
Hon. Fellow of Oriel and Worces- 
ter Colls. ; Prof. Emeritus 1909 ; 
F.B.A. ; M.A. Durham ; Hon. 
D.D. Edinburgh and Glasgow. 
Publications : Notes and Criticisms 



on the Hebrew Text of Isaiah, 
1868 ; Book of Isaiah, Chrono- 
logically Arranged, 1870; The 
Prophesies of Isaiah, 2 vols., 
1 880-1 ; The Book of Psalms, 
a new translation, 1884^8, re- 
written 1904; Job and Solomon, 
1887; The Origin and Religious 
Contents of the Psalter, 1891 ; 
Founders of Old Testament Criti- 
cism, 1894 ; Introduction to the 
Book of Isaiah, 1895 ; Isaiah, 
a new translation, 1897-9 » Jewish 
Religious Life after the Exile, 1898 ; 
The Christian Use of the Psalms, 
1899 ; joint editor Encyclopaedia 
Biblica, 4 vols., 1899-1903 ; 
Critica Biblica, 1904 ; Bible 
Problems, 1904 ; Traditions and 
Beliefs of Ancient Israel, 1907 ; 
' Outlines of History of Israel ' in 
Historians' History of the World, 
1907 ; Decline and Fall of the 
Kingdom of Judah, 1908 ; The 
Two Religions of Israel, igio ; 
Mines of Isaiah Re-explored, 1912 ; 
The Veil of Hebrew History, 1913 ; 
Fresh Voyages on Unfrequented 
Waters, 1914. Address : 11 Oak- 
thorpe Road, Oxford. 

Chitty, Christopher : b. June 18, 
1893 ; s. of Herbert Chitty, of 
London. Educ. Westminster ; 
Balliol 1912- (A.W.P.C, C.B., 
A.L.S.). Union and Arnold 
Socs. Address : 51 Campden 
House Road, Kensington, Lon- 
don, W. 

♦Chitty, Herbert : 6. Jan. 13, 1863 ; 
s. of Rt. Hon. Sir J. W. Chitty, 
Kt., P.C, Lord Justice of the 
Court of Appeal ; of Balliol ; m. 
1890, Mabel Agatha, d. of Rev 
E. H. Bradby, D.D., Head Master 
of Haileybury. Educ. Winchester 
Balliol 1882-6 (F. de P., W.H.F., 
J.W.M., R.L.N., J.L.S.D.): ist 
CI. Mods. 1884; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1886; B.A, 1888; M.A. 1889; 
Univ. (1885-6) and Coll. Assoc. 
XI's ; winner Univ. Fives and 
Lawn Tennis Doubles; Cricket 
XL Dervorguilla Soc. (Sec).; 
Pres. Palmerston Club 1885-6; 
Treas. of Coll. Athletic Clubs. 
Barrister, I.T., 1889 ; Sec. 1903-, 



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Bursar and Steward of Coll. 
Manors 191 1-, Winchester Coll. ; 
Hon. Treas. Canterbiury and York 
Soc. Publications : ' Markets and 
Fairs' (Encyclopaedia of Local 
Government Law) ; Winchester 
Scholars in the Dictionary of 
National Biography, 1901 ; Win- 
chester College Medal Speaking, 
ilSi-iSis (1905) ; joint author of 
The Law relating to Markets and 
Fairs, 1899 ; ' Markets and 
Fairs ' (Laws of England, vol. xx) ; 
editor, Holgate's Winchester Long 
Rolls, ij23-i8i3 (1904); 'Win- 
chester Cathedral Registers ' and 
' Winchester College Registers ' 
(Hampshire Parish Registers, vols, 
iv and xi) ; joint editor, Smith's 
Leading Cases, loth and nth 
eds. ; Broom's Legal Maxims, yth 
and 8 th eds. ; Chitty's King's 
Bench Forms, 13th ed. Club : 
Hampshire (Winchester). Ad- 
dresses : 51 Campden House Road, 
London, W. ; i King's Bench 
Walk, Temple, London, E.C. ; The 
College, Winchester. 

Cholmeley, Norman Goodford : b. 
May 5, 1863 ; s. of Col. Montague 
Cholmeley, Indian Army ; m. 
March 28, 1903, Mary Katharine, 
d. of H. G, Batten. Issue : two 
sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Charterhouse ( Sch. ) ; Balliol 
1881-4 (J.L.S.D.) ; B.A. 1884 ; 
Assoc. XI ; winner Inter-Coll. 
Lawn Tennis Doubles. I.C.S., 
Burma ; Assist. Commissioner 
1884 ; Deputy ditto 1890 ; Com- 
missioner, Magwe Division, 1902- 
10 ; C.S.I. 1910 ; retired 1911. 
Recreations : Polo, lawn tennis. 
Address : c/o Grindlay & Co., 
54 Parliament St., London, S.W. 

Chrestien, Femand Edward : b. 
June 20, 1882 ; s. of F. F. Chres- 
tien, of Worthing ; m. 1908, 
Violet Howard, d. of Dr. Nicholls. 
Issue : one son, one daughter. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1901-5 (E.J., 
R.W.L., E.H.) ; 2nd Jur. 1905 ; 
B.A. 1906. Union and Arimdel 
Socs. Barrister (ist CI. Honours), 
M.T., 1907 ; engaged in mining 
(Mica) and land management in 



Bihar and Orissa. A ddress : Tisree, 
Richmond Road, Worthing. 

Christian, Frederick William : b. 

June 15, 1867 ; s. of E. H. 
Christian, of London ; m. April 19, 
1911, Ethel Lilian, d. of W. G. 
Mares, of Romsey, Hants. Educ. 
Eton (Latin Essay, Latin Verse 
Prize, Select for Newcastle Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1886-90 (R.L.N., E.A.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1888; B.A. 1890; 
Cricket and Assoc. XI's. Corre- 
sponding member of Polynesian 
Soc. of New Zealand ; formerly 
engaged in exploration, literary 
work, and journalism ; now in 
lecturing and private tuition. 
Publications : The Caroline Is- 
lands, 1899 ; Eastern Pacific Lands, 
1910 ; Comparative Table of 450 
English Key-words in 58 different 
Oceanic Languages (Micronesian, 
Polynesian, Indonesian, and Peru- 
vian) ; and lectures and vocabu- 
laries in various geographical 
and other journals. Recreation : 
Cricket. Address : Femleigh, 
Lymington, Hants. 

*C]iristian, Rev. George : b. at 
Valetta, Malta, Sept. 19, 1841 ; 
s. of R. S. Christian, Educ. Shrews- 
bury ; Balliol 1860-4 (J-R) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1861 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1864 ; M.A. 
1867. Ordained d. 1867, p. 1868 ; 
Second Master, Oswestry Gr. 
School, 1865-9 ; Assist. Master 
1869-1906, Chapl. 1874-96, Hon. 
ditto 1 896-1 906, Uppingham ; 
Vicar of Billesdon with Rolleston 
and Goadby, and Chapl. of Billes- 
don Union, 1906-13 ; Rector of 
Tickencote 191 3-. Address 1 

Tickencote Rectory, Stamford. 

Chrystal, George William : b. Aug. 
28, 1880 ; s. of George Chrystal, 
Prof, of Math, in Univ. of Edin- 
burg. Educ. Univ. of Edinburgh ; 
Balliol 1901-4 (E.A., A.W.P.C,, 
J.L.S.D., J.A.S., H.W.C.D.) ; 
Warner Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1902 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1904. 
Arnold (Sec. and Pres.) and 
Brakenbury Socs. Member I.T. ; 
clerk in Admiralty 1904 ; Home 
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on Justices' Clerks' Fees and 
Salaries 1907 ; Joint Sec. Royal 
Commission on Mines 1909 ; ditto 
Royal Commission on Metalli- 
ferous Mines and Quarries 1910 ; 
Acting Sen. Clerk 1910 ; Assist. 
Private Sec. to Home Sec. 191 1 ; 
Private Sec. to Parliamentary 
Under-Sec. 191 2 ; Private Sec. to 
Sir Edward Troup, Permament 
Under-Secretary of State for 
Home Department, 191 3-. Pub- 
lications : The Meditations of 
the Emperor Marcus Aurelius 
Antonius, 1902 ; editor English 
edition of Memoirs of Prince 
Chlodwig of Hohenlohe-SchiUings- 
fuerst, 1906 ; co-translator of 
Meier-Graefe's Modern Art, being 
a Contribution to a New System 
of Aesthetics, 1908 ; joint author 
of Biography of Professor William 
Robertson Smith, igi2. Recreations: 
Literature, travel, angling. Clubs : 
Savile, Oxford and Cambridge. 
Addresses : 99 St. George's Square, 
and Home Ofi&ce, London, S.W. 
*Chutd, Rev. John Chaloner : b. 
Oct. 4, 1 881 ; s. of C. W. Chute, 
of Basingstoke. Educ. Eton 
(Sch.) ; BaUiol 1900-4 (J.W.R., 
E.A., A.L.S.) ; Math. Sch. ; ist 
Math. Mods. 1901 ; ist Math. 

1903 ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 

1904 ; M.A. 1908 ; Colour-Sergt. 
O.U.R.V.C. Brakenbury Soc. 
Assist. Master 1906-, Eton; or- 
dained d. 1913. Addresses: Eton 
College, Windsor ; The Vyne, Bas- 
ingstoke. 

•Clark, Albert Curtis : b. Feb. 21, 
1859 ; s. of A. C. Clark, of Hailey- 
bury. Educ. Haileybury ; Balliol 
1878-82 (E.A., J.L.S.D.) ; Ex. ; 
Ireland Sch., ist CI. Mods., and 
Prox. Acces. to Hertford Sch., 
1879 ; ist Lit. Himi. 1881 ; 
Craven Sch., and B.A., 1882 ; 
M.A, 1884. Brakenbury Soc. 
(Pres.). Fellow and Tutor, Jun. 
Bursar 1885-7, Dean 1897-1904, 
Queen's Coll. ; Univ. Reader in 
Latin 1909-13 ; Corpus Prof, in 
ditto 1 91 3-. Publications : Colla- 
tions from Harleian MS. of Cicero 
2682, 1891 ; Cicero, pro Milone,v/ith 



English notes,i895 ; Cicero, pro Mi- 

lone,Caesarianae,Philippicae,igoo ; 
The Vetus Cluniacensis of Poggio, 
1905 ; Cicero, pro Sex. Roscio, de 

imperio Cn. Pompei, pro Cluentio,in 
Catilinam, pro Murena, pro Caelio, 
1905 ; Asconius, 1907 j Cicero, pro 

Quinctio, pro Roscio Comoedo, pro 
Caecina, de lege agraria, pro C. 
Rabirio perduellionis reo, pro 
Flacco, in Pisonem, pro Rabirio 
Postumo, 1909 ; Inventa Italorum, 
1909 ; Pontes Prosae Numerosae, 
1909 ; The Cursus in Mediaeval 
and Vulgar Latin, 1910 ; Cicero, 
pro Tullio, pro Fonteio, pro Sulla, 
pro Archia, pro Plancio, pro Scaur 0, 
191 1 ; Prose Rhythm in English, 
191 3 ; The Primitive Text of the 
Gospels and Acts, 19 14. Address : 
Queen's College, Oxford. 

♦Clark, Rev. Andrew : b. June 5, 
1856; s. of Robert Clark, of 
Dollar, Scotland ; tn. 1886, Mary 
Walker, d. of John Paterson, 
LL.D., of St. Andrews. Issue : 
two daughters. Educ. Dollar 
Academy ; St. Andrews Univ. ; 
Balliol 1875-6 (J.P., A.G.) ; Sch. 
of Lincoln 1876 ; ist CI. Mods. 
1877 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1879 ; M.A. 1882. Fellow 1880- 
95, Tutor 1883-6, Chapl. 1884-93, 
Hon. Fellow 1905, Lincoln ; or- 
dained d. 1883, p. 1884 ; Vicar of 
All Saints' 1884-5, St. Michael's 
1885-93, Oxford; Jim. Proctor 
1887-90 ; Rector Great Leighs 
1893- ; Hon. LL.D., St. Andrews, 
1896 ; CI. Moderator 19 14-15; 
compiled in manuscript and 
presented to Balliol Coll. a tran- 
script of the old Battell Books. 
Publications : editor Registrum 
Universitatis Oxoniensis, vol. iii, 
parts i-iv, 1887-9 ; Eildon Grange, 
1887; Wood's City of Oxford, 
vols, i-iii, 1889-99 ; Wood's Life 
and Times, vols, i-v, 1891-1900 ; 
The Colleges of Oxford, 1891 ; 
History of Lincoln College, 1898 ; 
Aubrey's Brief Lives, 1898 ; 
English Register of Oseney, 1907 ; 
Bodleian Guide, 1907; Shirburn 
Ballads, 1907. Address : Great 
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*Clark, Edward George Urling: 

b. Dec. 29, 1875 ; s. of Edward 
Clark, of London ; m. Jan., 1905, 
Betha Hume Young. Issue : 
four children. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 189S-1902 (W.H.F., E.A., 
J.A.S.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1900 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1902; 
M.A. 1910; O.U.A.C. Quarter 
Mile V. Cambridge igoo. Braken- 
biury Soc. Member of Stock 
Exchange 1902-8 ; now farming 
in Norfolk. Address : Towans, 
West Runton, Norfolk. 

Clark, Francis William : b. Dec. 8, 
1857 ; s. of F. W. Clark, of Glas- 
gow ; m. July 15, 1910, Caroline, 
5. of Crompton Hutton, County 
Court Judge. Educ. Academy, 
Park School, and Univ., Glasgow ; 
Balliol 1879-82 (E.A., R.G.T., 
W.R.A., W.M.) ; Snell Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1881 ; 2nd Jur., and B.A., 
1883; M.A. 1886. Union Soc. 
Barrister, I.T., 1885 ; formerly 
practised at Parliamentary Bar ; 
member of County and Parish 
Councils, School Board, &c. ; J. P. 
Club : Royal Highland Yacht 
(Oban). Address : Ulva, Aros, 
Argyllshire. 

Clark, Frederick Le Gros : b. Sept. 
3, 1892 ; s. of E. T. Clark, of Teign- 
mouth. Educ. Blundell's School ; 
Balliol 1911- (C.B., A.W.P.C, 
A.J.T.) ; Blundell Sch. ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 19 1 3. Address : Belvedere, 
Teignmouth, S. Devon. 

Clark, George Norman : b. Feb. 27, 
1890; s. of J.W.Clark, J.P., of HaU- 
f ax. Educ. Manchester Gr. School ; 
Balliol 1908-12 (A.L.S., J.A.S., 
H.M.W.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; ist 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 191 1 ; 1st 
Mod. Hist. 1912. Fellow of All 
Souls 191 2-. Addresses : 5 Nor- 
folk Place, Halifax ; All Souls 
College, Oxford. 

Clark, John : b. 1865 ; s. of Rev. 
J. S. Clark, of Foveran, Aberdeen. 
Educ. Old Aberdeen Gr. School ; 
Aberdeen Univ. ; Balliol 1884-6. 
I.C.S. ; Assist. Magistrate and 
Collector, Bengal, 1887 ; Assist. 
Commissioner, Assam, 1890 ; re- 
transferred to Bengal 1897. 



Addresses : c/o Grindlay & Co., 
Hastings St., Calcutta, India; 
c/o North of Scotland Bank, 
West End Branch, Aberdeen. 

Clark, Robert Thomson : b. June 3, 
1889 ; s. of Rev. P. A. G. Clark, of 
Perth. Educ. Perth Academy ; 
Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 1910-12 
(H.M.W.) ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1912, 
Address : West U. F. C. Manse, 
Perth, Scotland. 

Clark, Thomas Rutlierford : b. 
Feb. 9, 1857 ; s. of A. R. Clark, 
Senator, Court of Justice, Scot- 
land. Educ. Loretto ; Fettes ; 
Balliol 1876-9. Advocate, Edin- 
burgh ; Political Sec. to Lord 
Advocate 1896-1903. Publica- 
tion : translated Odes of Horace, 
1887. Recreations : Golf, fishing. 
Clubs : New and University 
(Edinburgh), Royal and Ancient 
(St. Andrews), Hon. Company 
(Muirfield). Address : 17 Great 
Stuart St., Edinburgh. [Died 
Sept. 22, 1912.] 

Clarke, Edward Stanley : b. Jan. i, 
1879 ; s. of G. H. Clarke, of Rose- 
ville, Lisbum. Educ. Harrow; 
Balliol 1897-1901 (H. Williamson, 
W.H.F., E.A.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1899 ; 
4th Lit. Hum. 1901 ; B.A. 1907 ; 
Cricket and Hockey XI's. Braken- 
bury Soc. Irish Bar 1904. Recrea- 
tions : Fishing, shooting, hunting, 
cricket, hockey. Club : Friendly 
Brother House(Dublin). Addresses: 
Roseville, Lisbum ; 86 Lower 
Baggot St., Dublin. 

*Clarke, Francis : b. July 23, 1887 ; 
s. of H. E. Clarke, of Beckenham. 
Educ. St. Dunstan's Coll., Cat- 
ford (Sch.) ; Balliol 1905-9 (J.A.S., 
A.D.L., J.L.S.D., A.L.S., E.J.P.) ; 
Brakenbury Hist. Sch. ; ist Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1908 ; 1st Mod. 
Hist. 1909 ; M.A. 1912. Fellow 
of All Souls 1909 ; Prof, of Mod. 
Hist., East London Coll., 1913-. 
Addresses : All Souls College, 
Oxford ; 1 1 Queen's Road, Bec- 
kenham, Kent. 

Clarke, Rev. Rupert Charles : b. 
July 4, 1866 ; s. of F. R. Clarke, 
of Taunton ; tn. June 19, 1906, 
Kathleen Isobel Septima, d. 



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of Rev. J, P. Britton, Vicar of 
Lee, Bucks. Educ. Taunton 
Coll. School (Sch.) ; Balliol 1884 
(W.H.F., F. de P.) ; Sch. of 
Exeter 1884 ; and CI. Mods. 
1886 ; and Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1888 ; M.A. 1892. Arnold Soc. 
Wells Theol. Coll. 188&-9 (Hebrew 
Prize and Ex.) ; ordained d. 
1889, p. 1890 ; Curate of St. 
Mary's, Reading, 1889-92 ; St. 
James's, Chicago, U.S.A., 1892-3 ; 
Aylesbury 1893-7 ; Taplow 1898- 
9 ; Rector of Ellesborough 1899- 
191 2 ; Rural Dean of Wendover 
1908-12. Address: Ellesborough 
Rectory, Tring. [Died April 8, 
1912.] 

Clarke, Sir Rupert Turner Haveloek, 
2nd Bart. : b. March 16, 1865 ; 
s. of Hon. Sir W. J. Clarke, ist 
Bart. ; tn. 1886, Aim^e, d. of Hon. 
Thomas Gumming. Issue : two 
daughters. Educ. New-Inn-Hall 
1884; Balliol 1887. Address: 
Clarke Buildings, 430 Bourke St., 
Melbourne, Australia. 

♦Clay, Charles Travis : b. July 30, 
1885 ; s. of J. W. Clay, of Rastrick, 
Yorks. ; m. 1913, Violet, d. of 
Lord Robson of Jesmond, G.C.M.G. 
Educ. Harrow (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1904-8 (J.W.R., F.F.U., A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D.) ; Math. Sch. ; 2nd 
Math. Mods. 1905 ; ist Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1908 ; M.A. 
1912 ; Lawn Tennis VL Union 
and Brakenbury (Pres.) Socs. 
Private Sec. to Lord Crewe at 
Colonial Office 1909-10 ; at India 
Office 1910-; F.S.A. Clubs: New 
University, Burlington Fine Arts. 
Addresses : Rastrick House, Ras- 
trick, Yorks. ; 11 Tite St., Chelsea, 
London, S.W. 

♦Clay, Lionel Pilleau : b. March 11, 
1880 ; s. of J. W. Clay, of Ras- 
trick, Yorks. ; tn. 1910, Mary 
Winifred Miuriel, d. of Ralph 
Walker, of Ratcliffe Hall, Leices- 
ter. Educ. Harrow (Sch.) ; Bal- 
Uol 1899-1903 (E.A., H.W.C.D.) ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1901 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
1903 ; B.A. 1905 ; M.A. 1907. 
Barrister, I.T., 1906 ; studied 
languages for two years in France 



and Germany ; Hon. Sec. Liberal 
Union Club 1905-7 ; 2nd Lieut. 
1906, Lieut. 1912, Yorkshire 
Dragoons (Yeomanry) ; Lieut., 
Territorial Force Reserve, 1913. 
Recreations : Shooting, fishing, 
fencing. Club: Bath. Addresses: 
20 Regent's Court, Regent's Park, 
London, N.W. ; Rastrick House, 
Rastrick, Yorks. ; i Hare Court, 
Temple, London, E.C. 

Clayton, Geotbey Sherborne : b. 
1856; s.of J. R. Clayton, of London. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1875-9 ; 
B.A. 1879; M.A. 1882. Ad- 
dress : Christchurch, Canterbury, 
N.Z. 

Clayton, Roger : b. Dec. 12, 1876 ; 
s. of J. H. Clayton, of Liverpool ; 
tn. Sept. 4, 1907, Grace Hamilton, 
d. of Robert Sharp, of Riding 
Mill, Northumberland. Issue : one 
son. Educ. Sedbergh ; Balliol 
1895-9 (E.A., J.A.S.); 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1897 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1899 ; Rugby XV ; Eight 
and Toroid (cox.). Union and 
Arnold Socs. Solicitor (3rd CI. 
Honours) 1902 ; partner In Bram- 
well. Bell & Clayton. Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne and N. Shields. Club : 
Union (Newcastle-upon-Tyne). 
Address : 31 Fern Avenue, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne. 

♦Clear, Thomas : b. June 17, i886 ; 
s. of T. H. Clear, of Bromley. 
Educ. Dulwich Coll. ; Balliol 
1904-7 (H.B.H.) ; Williams Ex. ; 
3rd Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 
1907 ; Diploma in Forestry ; 
M.A. 1912. Assist. Conservator 
of Forests, Madras, 1908 ; District 
Forest Officer, South Salem ; 
Deputy Conservator of Forests, 
1914-. Addresses : Vellore, N. 
Arcot, Madras, India ; 5 Elmfield 
Park, Bromley, Kent. 

Clegg, Robert Bailey : b. Jan. 28, 
1865 ; s. of J. J. Clegg, of Man- 
chester; tn. Dec. 13, 1893, Lilian 
Mary, d. of Alfred OUerenshaw, 
of Eccles. Issue : three children. 
Educ. Manchester Gr. School 
(Foundation Sch.) ; Balliol 1882-4 
(A.T., W.M.). Union Soc. I.C.S., 
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and Magistrate 1885 ; Head ditto 
1892 ; Sub-Collector, Joint Magis- 
trate and Principal Assist. Col- 
lector, 1897 ; District and Sessions 
Judge 1899 ; Collector and Magis- 
trate 1900 ; officiating member of 
Board of Revenue, and additional 
member of Council, 1908 ; Per- 
manent Second, and Acting First 
Member of Board of Revenue, 191 3. 
Club : Madras. Address : Madras, 
India. 
Cleland, James William : b. Feb. 27, 

1874 ; s. of Charles Cleland, of 
Glasgow. Educ. Glasgow Aca- 
demy and Univ. ; Balliol 1894-8 
(W.H.F., E.J., H.R.) ; 2nd Jur, 
1898 ; 3rd B.C.L., and B.A., 1899. 
Union (Sec. 1896, Lib. 1896-7, 
Pres. 1897) and Arnold (Pres.) 
Socs. Barrister, M.T., 1899 ; 
member, London County Council 
(Chairman Parks and Establish- 
ment Committees), 1901-7 ; M.P. 
(L.), Bridgeton Div. of Glasgow, 
1906-10. Address : 4 Harcourt 
Buildings, Temple, London, E.C. 

Clements, Rev. Harvey : b. Sept. 23, 
1877; s. of John Clements, of New 
York ; m. June 14, 1910, Frances 
Champlain, d. of Major-General 
G. H. Eldridge, U.S. Army. Educ. 
Union Univ., New York ; Balliol 
1907-8 (A.L.S., C.B.). Union and 
Arnold Socs. A.B. 1897, B.D. 
1902, A.M. 1910, Union Univ., 
New York. Minister of St. Nicho- 
las Collegiate Church, New York 
City, 1909-10 ; St. Peter's Church, 
Rochester, N.Y., 191 1-. Publica- 
tion : Men and Religion. Recrea- 
tions : Golf, riding. Clubs : Alpha 
Delta Phi (N.Y.) ; University, 
Genesee Valley, Masonic (Roches- 
ter, N.Y.). Address : 37 South 
Washington St., Rochester, N.Y., 
U.S.A. 

Cleveland, Sir Charles Raitt: b. Nov. 
2, 1866 ; s. of Henry Cleveland, of 
Bombay and Blackheath ; m. 
Mary Kathleen, d. of Col. T. W. 
Hogg. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Christ's Coll., 
Finchley (Sch.) ; Balliol 1885-7 
(W.M.) ; Univ. Rugby XV 1885, 
6, 7 ; won Hammer-Throwing in 



Univ. Sports 1887, English 
Rugby XV's 1887 ; I.C.S., Cen- 
tral Provinces ; Assist. Commis- 
sioner, Settlement Ofi&cer, Assist, 
to Commissioner of Settlements 
and Agriculture, Commissioner of 
Excise, &c., 1887-97 ; Deputy 
Commissioner 1897 ; Inspector- 
General of Police 1900 ; Director 
of Criminal Intelligence 1910- ; 
CLE. 1906 ; King's Police Medal 
1909; K.C.I.E. 1911. Clubs: 
East India United Service; Bengal 
(Calcutta), United Service (Simla). 
Address : Simla, India. 

Clifton, Ernest William Victor: 
b. May 8, 1887 ; s. of William 
Clifton, of London. Educ. Dul- 
wich Coll. (Sch.) ; Balliol 1906-10 
(A.W.P.C, H.M.W.); CI. Ex.; 
ist CI. Mods. 1908; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and Prox. Acces. Newdigate 
Prize, 1910 ; B.A. 1911. Union 
Soc. Student, I.T. Address : 16 
Alleyn Park, West Dulwicb, Lon- 
don, S.E. 

Clonbrock, 4th Baron, Luke Gerald 
Dillon : b. March 10, 1834 ; s. of 
3rd Baron ; nt. July 18, 1866, 
Augusta Caroline, d. of 2nd Lord 
Crofton. Issue : one son, three 
daughters. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1852-5 (W.C.L.) ; 2nd Law and 
Hist. 1855. Attach^ at Berlin 
1856-9 ; Vienna 1859-60 ; 2nd 
Sec. Viemia 1861-2 ; Private Sec. 
to Lord Lieut, of Ireland 1866-8 
and 1874-6 ; H.M.'s Lieut, for 
County of Galway 1892- ; K.P. 
and P.C. 1898 ; J.P. Clubs : 
Travellers'; Kildare Street (Dub- 
lin), County (Galway). Address : 
Clonbrock, Ahascragh, Co. Galway. 

Cloncurry, 4th Baron, Valentine 
Frederick Lawless : b. Nov. i 
1840 ; s. of 3rd Baron ; m. Jan. 
1883, Hon. Laura Winn (d. 1891), 
d. of ist Baron St. Oswald. Issue : 
two daughters. Educ. Eton (Capt. 
of Boats 1858) ; Balliol 1858-61 
(B.J.) ; B.A. 1861 ; Univ. Eight 
1859 ; Coll. Four and Eight. 
Agriculturalist ; winner of Hunt 
Cup, Punchestown, and other 
races as owner and rider ; frequent 
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Wimbledon and Bisley 1870- 1908 ; 
Chairman Property Defence Assoc, 
of Ireland. Clubs : Carlton, Consti- 
tutional ; Kildare Street (Dublin). 
Addresses : Lyons, Hazlehatch, 
Co. Kildare ; i Deanery St., Park 
Lane, London, W. ; Maretimo, 
Blackrock, Co. Dublin. 

Cluer, His Honour Judge Albert 
Rowland : b. Dec. 3, 1852 ; s. of 
J.T.T.Cluer, of London ; m. 1881, 
Julia, d. of R. A. Cooper. Educ. 
Bruton ; Clifton (Guthrie Sch.) ; 
BaUiol 1872-6 (R.L.N., J.P., F. de 
P., T.H.G., T.C.) ; Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1873 ; Prox. Acces. Hert- 
ford Sch. 1874 ; ist Lit. Himi., 
and B.A., 1876. Barrister, L.I., 
1877 ; Recorder of Deal 1894 ; 
Metropolitan Police Magistrate, 
1895 ; Judge of Whitechapel 
County Court 1911-. Club : Re- 
form. Address : Wolvelye, Cox 
Green, Maidenhead. 

Cluer, Reginald Montagu : b. March 
10, 1891 ; s. of His Honour Judge 
A. R. Cluer. Educ. Clifton; 
Balliol 1909-13 (E.H.) ; 3rd Jur., 
and B.A., 1913. Student, I.T. 
Address : Wolvelye, Cox Green, 
Maidenhead. 

Clutterbuck, Bernard Valentine : 
b. Feb. 14, 1883 ; s. of Alexander 
Clutterbuck, of Liskeard, Cornwall. 
Educ. Beaumont Coll. ; Balliol 
1902-6 (J.W.R., F. de P.) ; Wil- 
liams Ex. ; 2nd Math. Mods. 1904 ; 
1st Math., and B.A., 1906. Studied 
at Lifege for two years ; formerly 
engaged with Siemens-Schuckert- 
werke in Berlin ; farming in 
Canada. Address : Sinnett, via 
Lanigan, Sask., Canada. 

Coar, Rev. Charles John : b. Sept. 5, 
1830 ; s. of T. T. Coar, surgeon, of 
Oxford ; m. 1856, Ellen Price. 
Issue : eight children. Educ. 
Private ; Balliol 1849-54 (E.C.W., 
W.C.L., B.J., J.R.) ; Ex. ; B.A. 
1854 ; M.A. 1869. Ordained d. 
1856, p. 1857 ; Curate of Aymes- 
trey 1856-7 ; Boxmoor 1857-61; 
Chapl. H.M. Forces 1861 ; served 
in China 1865 ; Sen. Chapl., Zulu 
War, 1879 (Medal and Clasp, men- 
tioned in dispatches, and specially 



promoted to First Class 1880) ; 
Special duty, Egypt, 1883 ; retired 
from Army 1888 ; Vicar of Hilton 
1888-96 ; Rector of St. Ive 1896-. 
Address : St. Ive Rectory, Lis- 
keard. 

'*'Coates, George : b. Sept. 20, 1851 ; 
s. of George Coates, of Eccles; 
m. Aug. 6, 1890, Constance E., 
d. of Ven. Archdeacon Pow- 
nall. Issue: two sons. Educ. 
Derby Gr. School ; Balliol 1870-4 
(H.J.S.S., R.L.N.) ; Brakenbury 
Nat. Sci. Sch. ; ist Math. Mods. 
1872 ; ist Nat. Sci. (Biol.), and 
B.A., 1874; M.D. 1886; M.A. 
1887. Union Soc. Radcliffe Travel- 
ling Fellowship 1877 ; studied 
medicine at St. Bartholomew's, 
London, Leipzig, and Vienna ; 
practised in S. Kensington 1880- 
1904 ; contested (U.) Lichfield 
and Camborne ; now working for 
Unionism and Tariff Reform, 
and prospective candidate (U.) for 
Lichfield. Publication : Tariff 
Reform, Employment and Imperial 
Unity. Clubs : United Empire, 
Compatriots, 1900. Addresses : 24 
The Grove, Boltons, London, S.W. ; 
South Kilworth House, Rugby. 

Coats, John Dundas Orr : b. Oct. 12, 
1893 ; s. of Rev. W. W. Coats, 
D.D., of The Manse of Brechin. 
Educ. Edinburgh Academy ; Bal- 
liol 1912- (F.F.U., N.S.T., A.L.S.) ; 
Freshmen's, Seniors', Univ. (occa- 
sionally), and Coll. Rugby XV's. 
Union Soc. Address : The Manse, 
Brechin, Scotland. 

Cobb, Kenneth Rhodes : b. June 6, 
1875 ; s. of H. P. Cobb, of Weald- 
stone, Middlesex. Educ. Sedbergh ; 
Balliol 1893-7 (E.A., W.R.H., 
J.A.S.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1895 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1897 ; 
Cricket XI ; Rugby XV. Dervor- 
guilla Soc. Solicitor 1901. Ad- 
dresses : 7 New Court, Lincoln's 
Inn, London, W.C. ; Wealdstone 
House, Middlesex. 

*Cockayne, Edward Alfred : b. 
Oct. 3, 1880 ; s. of E. S. Cockayne, 
of Sheffield. Educ. Charterhouse ; 
Balliol 1899-1904 (J.C, H.W.C.D., 
H.B.H.) ; ist Nat. Sci. (Phys.), 



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and B.A., 1903 ; M.A. and 
M.B, 1907 ; M.D. 1912. Skynner 
Prize 1907, Brakenbury Sch. in 
Medicine 1908, House Physician 
1908-9, Casualty ditto 191 1, 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital ; 
House Physician, Children's Hospi- 
tal, Great Ormond St., London, 
i909-;-io ; M.R.C.P. 1909 ; Assist. 
Physician, Middlesex Hospital ; 
Physician to Out-patients, Victoria 
Hospital for Children, Chelsea ; 
Lectvurer in Pharmacology, Middle- 
sex Hospital Medical School ; 
Fellow of Entomological Soc. 
Publications : Influence of Salicy- 
lates on the Cardiac Lesions of 
Chorea, 1911 ; Catarrhal Jaundice, 
Sporadic and Epidemic, and its 
Relation to Acute Yellow Atrophy of 
the Liver, igi2 ; &c. Address: 130 
Harley Street, London, W. 
Coekerell, Rev. Louis Arthur : b. 
Nov. 20, 1836 ; s. of Rev. Henry 
Coekerell, Vicar of North Weald ; 
m. Jan. 21, 1882, Madeleine 
Barbara, d. of Ralph Benson, of 
Lutwych Hall, Much Wenlock. 
Educ. Rugby; Balliol 1856-60 
(E.C.W., E.P., W.L.N.) ; B.A. 
1861; M.A. 1866; Cricket XL Or- 
dained d. 1863, p. 1864 ; Curate 
of North Weald 1863-4 and 1870- 
81 ; Boughton Aluph 1864-7 ; 
Foulsham 1867-70 ; Vicar of 
North Weald 1881-92; Rural 
Dean of Ongar 1890-2 ; Vicar of 
Wormingford 1892-6 ; Binsey 
1902-5. Address : 106 Banbury 
Road, Oxford. 

*Ck>en, Rev. John Creagh: 6. Feb. 3, 
1844 ; s. of John Coen, of Eyre 
Court, Co. Galway ; m. (i) Oct. 13, 

1868, Mary Frances, d. of Charles 
Alkins. Issue : three sons, five 
daughters ; (2) Oct. 23, 1901, 
Georgina MacManus, d. of J. C. 
Heacock. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Clifton; Trinity Coll., Dublin; 
Non-CoU. 1877; Balliol 1878-80 
(E.A.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1878 ; 3rd 
Theol. 1880 ; B.A. 1881 ; M.A. 
1883. Union Soc. Ordained d. 

1869, p. 1870 ; Ciurate of Tenbury 
1869-70; Witney 1870-2 ; Vicar of 
Northmoor 1872-9 ; Talland 1879- 



86; Chapl. at St. Jean de Luz 
1884-9; Karlsruhe 1889-90; 
Rector of Hannington, Nortbants, 
1891-. B.A, 1869, M.A., B.D., 
and D.D. 1891, Trinity Coll., Dub- 
lin. Address : 186 Woodstock 
Road, Oxford. 

Coghlan, Francis Robert : b. 1845 ; 
s. of Rev. James Coghlan, of 
London. Educ. Non-CoU. 1870 ; 
Balliol 1872-4 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1872 ; 4th Theol., and B.A., 
1874. 

Cohen, Benjamin Arthur : b. Dec. 
20, 1862 ; s. of Rt. Hon. Arthur 
Cohen, K.C., P.C. ; m. July 28, 
1890, Marguerite, d. of Nathaniel 
Cohen. Issue : two sons, one 
daughter. Educ. Rugby (Ex.) ; 
BaUiol i88i-5 (R.L.N., E.A,); 
2nd CI. Mods. 1882 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum, 1885 ; Rugby XV ; Eight ; 
Cricket XL Barrister, M.T., 1887 ; 
Jxm. Common Law Counsel to 
Admiralty 1910-. Clubs : Oxford 
and Cambridge, Marylebone. Ad- 
dresses : Asgyll, Limpsfield, Sur- 
rey; II Kmg's Bench Walk, 
Temple, London, E.C, 

Cohen, C. W. : see Waley-Cohen, C. 

*Cohen, Harry Montefiore : b. Aug. 
3, 1877 ; s. of Rt. Hon. Arthur 
Cohen, K.C., P.C. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1 896-1 900 (J.A.S.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1898 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1900 ; B.A. 1901 ; M.A. 1908. 
Arnold Soc. Solicitor 1904. Re- 
creation : Music. Clubs : Union, 
Oxford and Cambridge Musical, 
Address : 27 Homton St., Ken- 
sington, London, W. 

Colm, Albert Mayer : b. April i, 
1877 ; s. of Maurice Cohn, of Lon- 
don ; m. March 1905, Elizabeth 
Eleanor, d. of W. Haldenstein, 
Edue. Harrow ; Balliol 1895-9 (F. 
de P., A.L.S.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1897; 
3rd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1899. 
Solicitor 1902. Address : 49 Albert 
Hall Mansions, London, S.W. 

*CoIe, Edward Launcelot Davey : b. 
Oct. 8, 1875 ; s. of Thomas Cole, 
M.D., F.R,C,P., of Bath; tn. 
Dec. 27, 1902, Violet, d. of A. G. D. 



Moger, J.P., of Bath. Issue : two 
sons. Educ. Bath Coll. (Sch.) 



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BalUol 1894-8 (W.R.H., E.A.) ; 
Domus Ex. ; Craven Sch. 1894 ; 
Ireland Sch. 1895 ; ist CI. Mods. 
and Gaisford Greek Verse Prize, 
1896 ; Gaisford Greek Prose Prize 
1897 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1898 ; M.A. 1901. Union and 
Arnold Socs. Assist. Master, 
Rugby, 1 898-. Address : Troy 
House, 12 Hillmorton Road, 
Rugby. 

Cole, George Douglas Howard : 
b. Sept. 25, 1889 ; s. of George 
Cole, of London. Educ. St. 
Paul's School ; BalUol 1908-12 
(A.W.P.C, J.A.S., A.D.L., A.L.S.); 
Domus and Jenkyns Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1910 ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1912. Fellow of Magdalen 
Coll. 1912-. Publications : Poems, 
1910 ; Rousseau's Social Con- 
tract and Discourses, edited and 
translated, 1913 ; The World of 
Labour : A Discussion of the 
Present and Future of Trade 
Unionism, 191 3. Addresses : Glen- 
devon, Mount Park Road, Ealing, 
London, W. ; Magdalen College, 
Oxford. 

Cole, Robert William : b. 1869 ; s. 
of Sydney Cole, of Norwood Court, 
Middlesex. Educ. Eton ; Non- 
CoU. 1889 ; BaUiol 1890-2 (T.R.) ; 
3rd Jiu:. 1892 ; B.A. 1897. 

♦Cole, Sydney John : b. July 17, 
1870 ; s. of John Cole, of Bromp- 
ton. Educ. Portsmouth Gr. 
School ; Non-Coil. 1889 ; Balliol 
1891-4 (J.C, D.H.N.) ; 2nd Nat. 
Sci. (Phys.), and B.A., 1893 ; 
M.B., B.Ch. 1897; M.A. and 
M.D. 1901. Union and Arnold 
Socs. Student 1894-7, Resident 
Obstetric Officer 1897-8, House 
Physician 1898-9, St. Mary's 
Hospital, Paddington ; Assist. 
Medical Of&cer London County 
Asylum, Colney Hatch, and en- 
gaged in research work in the 
Pathological Laboratory of the 
London County Asylums, Clay- 
bury, Essex, 1899-1902 ; Sen. 
Assist. Medical Officer 1902-14, 
Medical Supt. 1914-, Wilts. 
County Asyliun, Devizes ; mem- 
ber of British Medical and 



of Medico- Psychological Assocs. ; 
Fellow of Royal Soc. of Medicine ; 
Pres. of Wilts. County Chess 
Assoc. 1909-10. Publications : 
Systematic Examination of the 
Central and Peripheral Nervous 
System in a Case of Acute Alcoholic 
Paralysis ; Changes in the Central 
Nervous System in the Neuritic 
Disorders of Chronic Alcoholism, 
1902 ; Clinical Observations on 
Korsakow's Psychosis, 1904 j Dis- 
orders of Visual Associatton in 
Insanity, 1905 ; Some Relations 
between Aphasia and Mental 
Disease, 1906 ; The Comparative 
Anatomy of the Frontal Lobe, and 
its bearing upon the Pathology of 
Insanity, 191 1 ; Some Morpho- 
logical Aspects of Microcephalic 
Idiocy, 1910. Recreations : Sing- 
ing, chess, amateiur theatricals. 
Address: Wilts. County Asylum, 
Devizes. 

Coleridge, Ernest Hartley : b. Dec. 
8, 1846 ; s. of Rev. Prebendary 
Derwent Coleridge, first Principal 
of St. Mark's Coll., Chelsea ; m, 
April 20, 1876, Sarah Mary, d. of 
William Bradford, of Newton 
Abbot, Issue : two sons, two 
daughters. Educ. Sherborne ; 
Balliol 1866-70 {E.C.W., T.H.G.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1868; 4th Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1870 ; M.A. 
1873. Tutor 1872-93 ; Secretary 
to Lord Chief Justice of Eng- 
land 1894. Hon. Fellow Royal 
Soc. of Literature. Publications : 
edited Letters of Samuel Taylor 
Coleridge, 2 vols., 1895 ; Anima 
Poetae, 1895 ; Poetical Works of 
Lord Byron, vols, i-vii, 1898- 
1903 ; Poems, 1898 ; Life and 
Correspondence of John Duke, 
Lord Coleridge, 2 vols., 1904 ; 
Poetical Works of Lord Byron, 
I vol., 1905 ; S. T. Coleridge's 
Christ^el, igo7 ; coraplete Poetical 
Works of S. T. Coleridge, 2 vols., 
19 12; contributed papers on 
Byron, Coleridge, Wordsworth, to 
Poet's Country, 1907, and on 
Byron to Encyclopaedia Britannica, 
1911. Address: Rickford's Hill, 
Aylesbury. 



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Coleridge, Luke Frederick Rennell : 

b. Nov. ao, 1892 ; s. of Rennell 
Coleridge, of Ottery St. Mary, 
Devon. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1911- (F.F.U., N.S.T.); Cricket 
and Assoc. XI's; Whip to Exeter 
and Balliol Beagles. Brakenbury 
and Annandale Socs. Address: 
Salston, Ottery St. Mary, Devon. 

*Coles. Rev. Canon Vincent Stuckey 
Stration : b. March 27, 1845 ; s. 
of Rev. J. S. Coles, Rector 
of Shepton Beauchamp. Educ. 
Eton; BalUol 1864-8 (J.R.,E.P.); 
Ex. ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1866 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1868 ; M.A. 
1872. Union Soc. (Sub-Treas.). 
Cuddesdon Coll. 1868-9 ; or- 
dained d. 1869, p. 1870 ; Curate 
of Wantage 1869-72 ; Rector of 
Shepton Beauchamp 1872-84 ; 
Curate, ditto, 1886-97 ; Licensed 
Preacher, Dio. of Bath and Wells 
1897- ; Exam. Chapl. to Bishop 
of St. Andrews 1893-1908 ; one 
of the first three Resident Libra- 
rians 1884, Chapl. 1890, Principal 
1 897-1 909, Pusey House, Oxford ; 
Warden of the Community of the 
Epiphany, Truro, 191 1- ; Diocesan 
Chapl. and Hon. Canon of Christ 
Church, Oxford, 1912 ; member 
of Council of Keble Coll. Publica- 
tions : Good Friday Addresses 
at St. Paul's Cathedral ; Lenten 
Meditations ; Advent Meditations ; 
Lectures on Pastoral Work in 
Country Districts. Address : 19 
Fore St., Seaton, Devon. 

*Collier, Hon. Gerard : b. Oct. 17, 
1878 ; s. of 2nd Lord Monkswell ; 
m. July 21, 1910, Lily, d. of Sir 
M. E. Grant Duff. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1898-1901 (A.L.S., F.F.U., 
H.W.C.D.) ; ist Mod. Hist. 1901 ; 
B.A. 1903 ; M.A. 1907. Union 
and Brakenbury Socs. Studied 
education in Germany and Eng- 
land ; travelled round world 
1903 ; Acting Prof, of Mod. Hist., 
Sydney Univ., N.S.W., 1907 ; 
working for Workers' Educa- 
tional Assoc. 1908- ; now taking 
Tutorial Classes for Birmingham. 
Address : The Lawn, St. Mary's 
Road, Harborne, Birmingham. 



Collier, Laurence : b. June 13, 
1890 ; s. of Hon. John Collier, 
of London. Educ. Bedales School ; 
BaUiol i9o8-i2(A.L.S., H.W.C.D.); 
Brakenbury Sch. ; Coll. History 
Prize 1911 ; ist Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1912. Clerk in Foreign 
Office 1913-. Clubs : Arts', St. 
James's. Address : 69 Eton 
Avenue, S. Hampstead, London, 
N.W. 

Collier, William Tregonwell : b. 
Oct. 12, 1889 ; s. of William Col- 
lier, M.D., of Oxford. Educ. 
Rugby ; Balliol 1906-12 (H.B.H.); 
2nd Nat. Sci. (Phys.), and B.A., 
1912. Address: St. Mary's Entry, 
Oxford. 

Collins, Laurence Churton : b. 
Jan. 25, 1878 ; s. of Prof. J. C. 
Collins, of London ; tn. Jan. i, 
1908, Constance Eleanor, d. of 
Prof. Woodroffe Hill, F.R.C.V.S. 
Educ. City of London School ; 
St. Paul's School; Balliol 1897 
(F. de P.). Clerk in Principal 
Probate Registry, Somerset House, 
1 899-. Publications : Life and 
Memoirs of John Churton Collins ; 
edited Posthumous Essays of John 
Churton Collins. Addresses : 35 
Cavendish Mansions, West Hamp- 
stead, London, N.W. ; Principal 
Probate Registry, Somerset House, 
London, W.C. 

^Collins, Vere Henry Gratz : 
b. July 2, 1872 ; s. of W. M. 
Collins, M.D., of London; 
m. 1907, EmUie, d. of Gustav 
Bischof, Prof, of Chemistry at 
Glasgow Univ. Educ. Charter- 
house ; Balliol 1890-4 (E.A .), 
3rd CI. Mods. 1892 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1894 ; M.A. 1913. 
Assist, Master, Sywell House, 
Llandudno, 1894-5 ; Morelands 
School, Edinburgh, 1895-6 ; Mer- 
cers' School, London, 1896-1590; 
Sec. of National Home Reading 
Union 1905-6 ; on staff of Univer- 
sity Tutorial Press 1906-7 ; Oxford 
University Press 1907-. Publica- 
tions : contributions to Fortnightly, 
Westminster, and National Reviews; 
editor of De Quincey's Spanish 
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Tartars, 1909 ; Kinglake's Eothen, 
1910 ; Poems of Action, 1913. 
Addresses : 2 Hurst Close, Hamp- 
stead Garden Suburb, London, 
N.W. ; Ivy Cottage, Blackheath, 
Chihvorth, Surrey. 
Compton, Earl : see Northampton, 
Marquess of. 

Ck)inpton, Lord Spencer Douglas : 

b. May 3, 1893 ; s. of 5th Marquess 
of Northampton. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1911- (F.F.U., N.S.T.) ; 
Morrison Fours 191 2. Address : 
Castle Ashby, Northampton. 

Compton-Bracebridge, Charles : b. 
May 12, 1883 ; s. of J. E. Compton- 
Bracebridge, of London. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1902-6 (F. de P., 
J.L.S.D.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1904 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum. 1906 ; B.A. 1907. 
Address : The Hall, Atherstone. 

Comyn-Macfarlane, William Alex- 
ander : see Macfarlane- Grieve, W. A. 

Connolly, Maurice : b. March 13, 
1877 ; s. of Thomas Connolly, of 
Dubuque, Iowa. Educ. Cornell 
Univ. ; Balliol 1900 (E. J.). Studied 
Heidelberg ; member of Iowa 
Bar ; Pres. of Connolly Coach 
and Carriage Co., Cjurriage and 
Auto Body Builders, National 
Assoc, of America 1909, and on 
Executive of same 1910-11, 
Dubuque Town Club, and Elk's 
Assoc, of Iowa ; Vice- Pres. 
Dubuque Fire and Marine Assur- 
ance Co. ; Bank and Insiurance 
Building Co. (also Treas.) ; Direc- 
tor and Exam. Iowa Trust and 
Savings Bank ; Chairman Du- 
buque Charity Organization ; Sec. 
and Treas. Hotel Julien Co., 
Dubuque, and Iowa, Illinois, and 
Wisconsin R. R. Co. ; elected 
Member of Congress for third Iowa 
District 1912; A.B., Cornell; 
LL.B., New York. Clubs : Univer- 
sity (Chicago), Cornell, and Army 
and Navy (New York), Army and 
Navy, and National Press (Wash- 
ington). Address : 1637 Iowa St., 
Dubuque, Iowa, and no Home 
Office Building, Washington, D.C., 
U.S.A. 

Connolly, Vincent: b. Oct. 17, 
1878 ; s. of John Connolly, of 



Dublin. Educ. Belvedere Coll. 
and Trinity Coll. (Ex. Sch., and 
Prizeman) Dublin ; Balliol 1899- 
1902 (J.L.S.D., A.W.P.C.) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1901 ; B.A. 1902. 
Brakenbury and Newman (Pres.) 
Socs. B.A., Trinity Coll., Dublin, 
1 901 ; I.C.S. Punjab ; Assist, and 
Deputy Commissioner 1902-5 ; 
Personal Assist, to Political Agent 
for Phulkian States and Bahawal- 
pur 1905-6 ; Settlement OfScer, 
Kangra, 19 10-12 ; Additional Dis- 
trict Magistrate, Delhi, 191 3- 
Clubs : New ; Punjab (Lahore), 
United Service (Simla). Address : 
c/o H. S. King & Co., 9 Pall Mall, 
London, S.W. 
♦Cook, Herbert Frederick : b. Nov. 
18, 1868 ; s. of Sir F. L. Cook, 2nd 
Bart., Viscount Monserrate in Por- 
tugal ; m. 1898, Hon. Mary Hood, 
d. of Viscount Bridport, C.B. 
Issue : one son, two daughters. 
Educ. Mrs. Burmann's, Brighton ; 
Mr. Tabor's, Cheam ; Harrow ; 
Balliol 1886-90 (E.A., R.L.N., 
W.R.H.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1888 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum. 1890; B.A. 1891 ; 
M.A. 1894. Barrister, I.T., 1893 ; 
member of firm of Cook, Son, 
& Co., St. Paul's Churchyard, 
London, E.C. ; Chairman Ware- 
housemen and Clerks' Schools, 
Purley ; English correspondent 
for La Gazette des Beaux- Arts 
(France) and VAr'-e (Italy) ; one 
of the founders of Burlington 
Magazine, the Arundel Club, and 
the National Art Collections 
Fund ; joint organizer of exhibi- 
tions at Burlington Fine Arts 
Club and Grafton Gallery (Na- 
tional Loan Exhibition and Spanish 
Old Masters) ; member of various 
International Exhibition Com- 
mittees ; Hon. Member of Royal 
Academy of Milan ; Hon. Sec. 
Queen Alexandra's House, Ken- 
sington Gore; F.S.A. Publica- 
tions : Giorgione (Bell's Great Mas- 
ters Series) ; Reviews and Appre- 
ciations, and A Catalogue of the 
Pictures at Doughty House, Rich- 
mond, 3 vols., 1913 ; numerous 
contributions to English and Con- 



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tiiiental art periodicals. Clubs : 
Athenaeum, Burlington Fine Arts, 
Hurlingham. Addresses : Copse- 
ham, Esher, Surrey ; Hillclose, 
Studland Bay, Dorset. 

Cookson, Geoffrey Montague : b. 
Nov. 14, 1867 ; s. of Rev. Christo- 
pher Cookson, of Dallington, 
Northants; tn. 1898, Ethel, d. 
of Captain Cookson, R.N. Issue : 
one son, two daughters. Educ. 
Clifton (Sch.) ; Balliol 1886-90 
(W.R.H., R.L.N.) ; Domus Ex. ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1888 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1890; Assoc. 
XI. Dervorguilla Soc. Ceylon Civil 
Service 1891-1912. Address : 
Brackenhurst, Bridport. 

Coolldge, Julian Lowell : b. Sept. 
28, 1873 ; s- of J- R- Coolidge, of 
Boston, U.S.A. ; m. Theresa, d. 
of Dr. J. P. Reynolds, of Boston, 
U.S.A. Issue : six children. 
Educ. Phillips' Exeter Academy; 
Harvard Univ. (A.B. 1895) ; 
Balliol 1895-7 (J.W.R.) ; B.Sc. 
1897. Teacher of Math., Groton 
School, Mass., 1897-9 J Harvard 
Univ. 1899-1902 and 1904-8 ; 
Assist. Professor, ditto, 1908- ; 
studied in Paris, Turin, Greifs- 
wald, and Bonn 1902-4 ; D.PhU., 
Boim, 1904 ; Fellow of American 
Academy of Arts and Sciences, 
Boston, U.S.A. Publications : The 
Elements of Non-Euclidean Geo- 
metry, 1909 ; various short papeis 
on scientific subjects. Club : 
Union (Boston). Address : Har- 
vard University, Cambridge, Mass., 
U.S.A. 

Cooper, George James Robertson : 
b. July 22, 1890 ; s. of Sir G. A. 
Cooper, ist Bart. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1908-10 (A.L.S., N.S.T., 
F.F.U.). Address : Hursley Park, 
Winchester. 

Cioote, Colin Keith : b. Oct. 19, 
1893 ; s. of Howard Coote, of 
Stukeley Hall, Huntingdon. Educ. 
Rugby; Balliol 1912- (A.L.S., 
N.S.T., A.J.T.) ; Freshmen's Rug- 
by XV. Address : Stukeley Hall, 
Huntingdon. 

Copas, Edwin Charles : b. Dec. i, 
1847 ; s. of Charles Copas, of 



Clewer, Berks. Educ. St. Mark's, 
Windsor; Non-CoU. 1874; Balliol 
1877 (W.W.F., J.W.R.) ; and 
Nat. Sci., and B.A., 1877; 
M.A. 1882. Master at Felstead, 
King William's CoU. (I. of Man), 
Handsworth, and Uppingham, 
1878-1901. H.M. Inspector (tem- 
porary) of Schools 1903. Address : 
107 Southfield Road, Oxford. 

^Corbet, Eustace Kynaston : 6. June 
22, 1854 ; s. of Rev. Andrew Cor- 
bett, Rector of South Willingham, 
Lines. Educ. Cheltenham (Jun. 
and Sen. Sch.) ; Balliol 1873-6 
(J.L.S.D., E.A.) ; Domus Ex. ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1874 ; 3rd Jur. 1876 ; 
B.A. 1877; M.A. 1881. Dervor- 
guilla Soc. Engaged in tuition, 
chiefly in Germany, after leaving 
College ; Tutor to sons of Khedive 
Tewfik 1881 ; English Sec. to 
Khedive Tewfik 1885-91 ; Judge 
of Native Court of Appeal, Cairo, 
1 89 1-7 ; Procureiur-G^n^ral, Na- 
tive Courts, Egypt, 1897-1908; 
C.M.G. 1905 ; retired 1908 ; Direc- 
tor of the Egyptian Educational 
Mission in England, 1908-13 ; 
Grand Cordon of Medjidieh ; 2nd 
Class Osmanieh. Publication : 
verse translation, with introduc- 
tory essay, of Lessing's Nathan der 
Weise, 1883. Club : New Univer- 
sity. Address : Rock House, 
Boughton Monchelsea, Kent. 

Corbin, John : b. May 2, 1870 ; 
s. of C. R. Corbin, of Chicago, 
U.S.A. ; m. Nov. 2, 1899, Amy, 
d. of E. D. Foster. Educ. Harvard 
Univ. ; Balliol 1894-5 (A.L.S.) ; 
O.U.A.C, half-blue, 2nd string in 
Mile. Brackenbury and Annandale 
Socs. Instructor in EngUsh, Har- 
vard, 1895-6 ; Assist. Editor 
Harper's Magazine 1897-1900; 
Dramatic Critic Harper's Weekly, 
1899—1900, N.Y. Times, 1902-5, 
N.Y. Sun, 1905-8 ; Editor, Ency- 
clopaedia Britannica, 1900-1 ; 
Literary Director The New Theatre, 
N.Y., 1909-10 ; A.B. 1892, A.M. 
1893, Harvard. Publications : The 
Elizabethan Hamlet, 1895 ; School- 
boy Life in England, 1898 ; An 
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Portrait of Shakespeare, igos ; The 
First Loves of Perilla, 1903 ; The 
Cave Man, 1907 ; Which College 
for the Boy ?, 1908 ; Husband, and 
The Forbidden Guests (two plays), 
1910 ; and various articles in Eng- 
lish and American Magazines. 
Clubs: University and Harvard 
(N.Y.). Address : 131 East 15th 
St., New York, U.S.A. 

Corfleld, Rev. George : b. 1847 ; 
s. of George Corfield, of London. 
Educ. Private ; London Univ. ; 
Non-CoU. 1879; Balliol, 1881-2 ; 
and Math., and B.A., 1883 ; M.A. 
1886. B.A., London, 1875. Or- 
dained d. 1877, p. 1883 ; Vice- 
Principal, Winchester Training 
Coll., 1875-9 ; Curate of St. John's, 
Winchester, 1877-8 ; Steventon, 
1879-83 ; Vice-Principal, Culham 
Coll., 1883-6 ; Principal, Brighton 
Training Coll. for Schoolmistresses, 
1886- ; Prebendary of Heathfield, 
Dio. of Chichester, 1910. Address : 
Roeheath, Harrington Road, 
Brighton. 

*Costley-White, Rev. Harold : b. 
Nov. 9, 1878 ; s. of R. W. Costley- 
White, of Gloucester ; m. Jan. 3, 
1912, Constance Hope Hewetson 
Guest, d. of A. W. G. Ranger, 
D.C.L., of South Croydon. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Malvern (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1897-1901 (A.W.P.C, 
E.A.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. Mods., and 
Distinguished Mention Hertford 
Sch., 1899 ; and Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1901 ; M.A. 1904. Pres. of 
Brakenbury Soc. and of Palmer- 
ston Club. Ordained d. 1902, p. 
1903 ; Assist. Master, Sherborne, 
1901-3 ; Rugby 1903-10 ; Head 
Master, Bradfield Coll., 1910- ; 
served in Volunteers and O.T.C. 
since 1902 ; captain 1908. Publi- 
cations : Joint-editor of Periods of 
Old Testament History, 5 vols., 
1908-10 ; contributor to Scripture 
Teaching in Secondary Schools (Pitt 
Press), 1912. Address: Bradfield 
College, Berks. 

Cotterell, Cecil Bernard : b. Dec 27, 
1875 ; s. of George Cotterell, of 
York. Educ. St.iPeter's School, 
York (Ex.) ; Balliol 1894-9 



(J.W.R., F. de P.) ; Math. Sch. ; 
3rd CI. Mods., and ist Math. Mods., 
1896 ; ist Math., and B.A., 1898 ; 
Torpid (i and 2). Brakenbury 
Soc. I.C.S., Madras, 1899 ; Assist. 
Collector and Agent to Governor, 
Vizagapatam ; Deputy Commis- 
sioner, Salt, Abkari, and Customs 
Department, 1906 ; Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, 1910 ; 
Private Sec. to Governor of 
Madras, 1912. Club : East India 
United Service. Address : c/o 
H. S. King & Co., 9 Pall Mall, 
London, S.W. 

Cottesloe, 2nd Baron, Thomas 
Francis Fremantle, Baron of the 
Austrian Empire : b. Jan. 30, 
1830 ; s. of ist Baron ; tn. 1859, 
Lady Augusta Henrietta Scott, 
d. of 2nd Earl of Eldon. Issue: 
four sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Dr. Mayo's, Cheam ; Eton ; Balliol 
1847-52 (E.C.W., W.C.L., B.J.); 
Sch. ; Hertford Sch. 1849 ; ist 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1852 ; M.A. 
1858. Union Soc. Travelled in 
Egypt and Holy Land 1852-3 ; 
Barrister, M.T., 1855 ; Director 
(formerly Chairman), London, 
Brighton, and South Coast Rail- 
way Co., 1868- ; Chairman, Eagle 
Insurance Co. ; formerly Chairman 
of Bucks. Coimty Council and Quar- 
ter Sessions ; D.L. ; J.P. Clubs : 
Carlton, Travellers'. Address : 
43 Eaton Square, London, S.W. ; 
Swanbourne, Winslow. 

Cotton, Albert Louis : b. Sept. 12, 
1874 ; s. of Sir Henry Cotton, 
K.C.S.I. Educ. Pau, France ; 
Appuldurcombe Coll., I.W. ; Bal- 
liol 1892-5 (A.L.S.). Union and 
Arnold Socs. Journalist ; London 
Correspondent of The Bengalee, 
Calcutta, 1900-, and The Tribune, 
Lahore, 1903-9. Publications: The 
Company of Death, igo4 ; frequent 
contributor to Anglo-Indian Press. 
Address : 45 St. John's Wood 
Park, London, N.W. 

Couchman, Rev. Smest Henley : 
b. Oct. 10, 1862 ; s. of J. B. 
Couchman, Solicitor, of Henley-in- 
Arden ; m. 1895, Lucy Jane, d. of 
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Educ. Rugby (CL Sch.) ; Balliol 
1 881-5 (F. de P., D.G.R.) ; Sch. ; 
and CI. Mods. 1883 ; and Lit. Hum. 
1885; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1892. 
Union Soc. Ordained d. 1891, 
p. 1892 ; Master at Uppingham 
1887-97 ; Curate of Wollaston 
1891-4 ; Vicar of Packwood 
1 894-. Address: Packwood Vicar- 
age, Hockley Heath, Warwick- 
shire. 

Coventry, Bernard Okes : b. May 
24, 1873 ; s. of Edward Coventry, 
of London ; m. Nov. 19, 1896, 
Maud Bevington, d. of Joseph 
Simpson. Issue : two children. 
Educ. Trinity Coll., Stratford-on- 
Avon; Balliol 1907-8 (H.B.H.). 
Passed Indian Forest Service 
Exam. 1891 ; studied at R.E. 
Coll., Cooper's Hill (Fellowship, and 
Prizes in botany, geology, chem- 
istry, and sylviculture) ; Assist. 
Conservator of Forests 1894 ; 
Divisional Forest Ofi&cer, Lahore, 
Rawalpindi, Kulu, and Bashahr 
Forest Divisions ; Instructor, Im- 
perial Forest Coll., Dehra Dun ; 
deputed to Europe by Sec. of State 
for India for two years' study of 
chemistry, 1907 ; Imperial Forest 
Chemist, Research Institute, Dehra 
Dun, 1909-10 ; Personal Assist, to 
Conservator of Forests in the Pun 
jab, 1911. Address : 24 Boling 
broke Grove, Wandsworth Com 
mon, London, S.W. 

Cowie, Arthur William Spring 
b. March 8, 1886 ; s. of H. G 
Cowie, of Tiverton, Devon. Educ 
Blundell's ; Balliol 1904-6 and 
i9io-ii(F.deP., J.A.S., H.W.C.D.) 
Blundell Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 1906 
B.A., 1911. Address : Hamerton 
Rectory, Huntingdon. 

*Cowie, Donald William Garden 
b. April 24, 1865 ; s. of Hugh 
Cowie, J. P., of London ; m. Wini 
fred, d. of Sir Thomas Hewitt 
K.C. Educ. Charterhouse (Jun 
and Sen. Sch.) ; Balliol 1883-6 
(W.M.); 2nd Jur., and B.A. 
1886 ; M.A., 1894 ; Assoc. XI 
Barrister, G.I., 1894 ; I.C.S. 
Madras ; Assist. Collector and 
Magistrate 1886 ; Head Assist 



Collector 1892 ; Registrar of High 
Coiurt (Appellate side) 1895 ; Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate 
1898 ; Principal Assist, to Dis- 
trict Magistrate and Agent to 
Government, Vizagapatam, 1900 ; 
District and Sessions Judge 1902 ; 
Collector and Magistrate 1903 ; 
Inspector-General of Police 1908-. 
Recreations : Hunting, golf, motor- 
ing. Club : East India United 
Service. Address : c/o H. S. 
King & Co., 9 Pall Mall, London, 
S.W. 

Cox, Sir John Hugh :. b. May 12, 
1870; s. of Surgeon-General 
C. L. Cox, H.E.I.C.S. ; m. Augusta 
Edith, d. of E. R. Warner, Barris- 
ter-at-law. Issue : one son, two 
daughters. Educ. Clifton (Sch.) ; 
BaUiol 1888-90 (W.M.). I.C.S., 
N.W. Prov. and Oudb ; Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector 1890 ; 
Joint Magistrate 1896 ; Assist. 
Commissioner 1899 ; Deputy ditto 
1903 ; Joint Sec, Board of 
Revenue, 1904 ; Excise Commis- 
sioner, Central India 1906- ; CLE. 
and K.C.I.E. 1912. Address: c/o 
Grindlay & Co., 54 Parliament St., 
London, S.W. 

Crabtree, Harry Holden : b. Jan. 14, 
1 894 ; s. of Herbert Crabtree, of 
Todmorden. Educ. Secondary 
School, Todmorden ; Manchester 
Univ. (B.A. 1913) ; Balliol 191 3- 
(C.B.); CI. Ex. Union and Arnold 
Socs. Address : The Mount, 
Todmorden, Yorks. 

*Craigie, William Alexander : b. 
Aug. 13, 1867 ; s. of James Craigie, 
of Dundee ; m. 1897, Jessie K. 
Hutchen. Educ. West End Aca- 
demy, Dundee ; St. Andrews 
Univ. (Guthrie Sch.) ; Balliol 
1888-9 (W.R.H.) ; Oriel (Bible 
Clerk) 1889 ; ist CI. Mods. 1890 ; 
ist Lit. Hum. 1892 ; B.A. 1893 ; 
M.A. 1902 ; M.A. (Honours in 
Classics and Philosophy), and 
LL.D., St. Andrews ; studied 
Scandinavian languages in Copen- 
hagen, 1892-3 ; Assist, and Lec- 
turer in Humanity at St. Andrews 
1893-7 ; Joint-Editor, Oxford 
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turer in Scandinavian Languages 
at Taylorian Institution, Oxford, 
1905-. Publications : Scandina- 
vian Folklore, 1896 ; A Primer of 
Burns, 1896 ; Editions of Burns, 
1896 and 1898 ; Bellenden's Scot- 
tish Translation of Livy, 190 1-3 ; 
Religion of Ancient Scandinavia, 
1906 ; Skotland's Rimur {Icelandic 
Ballads on the Gowrie Conspiracy), 
1908 ; The Icelandic Sagas, 191 3. 
Address : 15 Charlbury Road, 
Oxford. 

*Craig-Sellar, Gerard Henry: h. 
March 20, 1871 ; s. of Alexander 
Craig-Sellar, M.P. Educ. Eton; 
Balliol 1889-93 (A.L.S.) ; 4th 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1893 ; M.A. 
1904 ; Cox of Univ. Trial 1891, 
and Coll. (Winners of Ladies' Plate 
1890-1) Eights. Union and Dervor- 
guUla Socs. Barrister, I.T., 1895 ; 
Assist. Private Sec. to Rt. Hon. J. 
Chamberlain (Colonial Sec.) 1897- 
1901 ; Sec. Executive and Legis- 
lative Councils, Transvaal, 1 901-3 ; 
J. P. Argyll. Clubs : Athenaeum, 
Brooks's. Addresses : Ardtornish, 
Morvem, Argyll ; 75 Cromwell 
Road, London, S.W. 

♦Cralk, Sir Henry : b. Oct. 18, 1846 ; 
s. of Rev. James Craik, D.D., 
Minister of St. George's Church, 
Glasgow ; m. Dec. 17, 1873, Fanny 
Esther, d. of Charles Duffield. 
Issue : three sons. Educ. Glasgow 
High School ; Glasgow Univ. ; 
Balliol 1865-70 (B.J.) ; SneU Ex. 
and Brakenbury Hist. Sch. ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1867 ; 2nd Lit, Hum., 
ist Law and Hist., and B.A., 1869 ; 
M.A. 1882. Jun. Examiner 1870, 
Sen. ditto 1878, Education Depart- 
ment ; Sec. to Scotch ditto 1885 ; 
retired 1904 ; M.P. (C.) for Glas- 
gow and Aberdeen Univs. 1906- ; 
C.B. 1887 ; K.C.B. 1897 ; LL.D., 
Glasgow and St. Andrews. Publi- 
cations : Life of Swift, 1882 ; The 
State and Education, 1883 ; Selec- 
tions from Swift, 1893 ; English 
Prose Selections, 189&-1900 ; A 
Century of Scottish History, 1902 ; 
Impressions of India, 1908 ; Life 
of Edward, first Earl of Clarendon, 
191 1. Club : Athenaeum. Ad- 



dress : 5 A Dean's Yard, West 
minster, London, S.W. 
*Craster, Herbert Henry Edmund : 

b. Nov. 5, 1879 ; s. of E. C. Craster, 
H.E.I.C.S. Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 
1898-1903 (F. de P., E.A., 
H.W.C.D., A.L.S.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1900 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1902 ; ist Mod. Hist. 1903 ; 
Lothian Prize Essay 1904* M.A. 
1905. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Fellow of All Souls 1903- ; Sec. 
Northumberland County History 
Committee 1904—14 ; Sub-Libra- 
rian, Bodleian Library, 1912-. 
Publication : History of Northum- 
berland, vol. viii, 1907, vol. ix, 1909, 
vol. X, 1914. Club : Oxford and 
Cambridge. Address : All Souls 
College, Oxford. 

•Crawford, Donald : b. May 5. 1837 ; 
s. of Alexander Crawford, of Aros, 
Argyll, £<iMC. Edinburgh Academy; 
Glasgow Univ. ; Heidelberg Univ. ; 
Balliol 1856-60 (B.J.) ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1858 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., i860; M.A. 1864. Union Soc. 
(Sub-Treas.). Fellow of Lincoln 
1861-81 ; Advocate at Scottish 
Bar 1862 ; Legal Sec. to Lord 
Advocate 1880-5 ; Parliamentary 
Boundary Commissioner 1885 ; 
M.P. (L.) Lanarkshire, N.E. 
Division, 1885-95 ; Member of 
Scottish Univ. Commission 1889- 
97 ; Sheriff of Aberdeen, Kincar- 
dine, and Banff, 1895-1912 ; De- 
puty Chairman, Fishery Board for 
Scotland, 1897-1912 ; K.C. 1903 ; 
Hon. LL.D., Aberdeen, 1909 ; 
D.L., Aberdeen and Kincardine, 
1905. C^wfts : Brooks's, Oxford and 
Cambridge ; New and Scottish 
Liberal (Edinburgh). Address 1 35 
Chester St., Edinburgh. 

•Crawfurd, Rev. Lionel Payne: 
b. July 26, 1864 ; s. of Rev. 
C. W. P. Crawfurd, J.P., of East 
Grinstead ; m. Jan. 8, 1902, Ina, 
d. of T. K. Hamilton, M.D. 
Issue : one son, three daughters. 
Educ. Eton (Sch.) ; Balliol 1883-7 
(E.A.) ; Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1884 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1887; 
Special Mention Hertford Sch. 
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aad p. 1890 ; Curate of Bensham 
1890-2 ; St. Mary, Addington, 
1892-3 ; Parish Church, Leeds, 
and Vice-Principal, Leeds Clergy 
School, 1893-5 ; Examining and 
Domestic Chapl. to Bishop of 
Adelaide 1 896-1 902 ; Vicar of 
Bensham 1902-7 ; Ramsgate 
1907-, Address : The Vicarage, 
Ramsgate. 

Crawley-Boevey, Arthur William : 
b. Aug. 12, 1845 ; s. of Sir M. H. 
Crawley-Boevey, Bart. ; tn. Aug. 16, 
1873, Annie Maria, d. of General 
Sir Robert Phayre, G.C.B. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
1864-8 (E.P., E.C.W.) ; B.A. 
1868 ; M.A. 1880 ; Cricket XI. 
Barrister, L.I., 1868 ; I.C.S., Bom- 
bav ; Assist. Collector and Magis- 
tr;..e, and Special Assist, to Politi- 
cal Agent, 1868 ; Assist. Resident, 
Baroda, 1873-4 ; in Special Charge 
of Sachin State 1874 ; Special 
Duty, Baroda, 1875 ; Famine 
Duty, Kaladgi, 1877 ; Talukdari 
Settlement Officer, Gujarat, 1879 ; 
Special Officer for settlement of 
claims to giras and watans, Baroda, 
1883 and 1885 ; Chief Presidency 
Magistrate and Revenue Judge, 
Bombay, 1887 ; Jun. Collector 
and Magistrate 1889 ; Senior 
ditto 1891 ; retired 1893. Fellow 
of Bombay Univ. 1888. Publica- 
tions : Cartulary of the Cistercian 
Abbey of Flaxley, 1887 ; The 
Perverse Widow, 1898 ; The Holy 
Sepulchre and the New Sites, 1901 ; 
Gordon^s Tomb, and Golgotha, 
1907 ; articles in Palestine Explora- 
tion Fund Quarterly Statement, &c. 
Address : 24Sloane Court, London, 
S.W. [Died July 9, 1913.] 

Creak, Rev. Ettrick Havelock : 
b. Aug. 6, 1868 ; s. of Capt. E. W. 
Creak, R.N., C.B., F.R.S. Educ. 
Blackheath ; Lincoln Coll. 1886 ; 
New-Inn-Hall 1887 ; Balliol 1887- 
9 ; B.A. 1892 ; M.A. 1908. Ordained 
d. 1894, p. 1896; Curate of Lower 
Brixham 1894-6 ; Church Bramp- 
ton 1897-1900 ; Chapl. H.M. 
Indian Establishment ; N. Black 
Town, Madras, 1 900-1 ; Mysore 
1901-2 ; Cocanada 1902-3 ; Poo- 



namallee 1903-7 ; Berhampore 
1907-8 ; St. Thomas Mount 1908- 
9 ; Vellore 1909-10 ; Trichinopoly 
1910-. Address : Trichinopoly, 
Indfa. 

Crerar, James : b. Dec. n, 1877 ; 
s. of John Crerar, of Maryport, 
Cumberland. Educ. George Wat- 
son's Coll., and the Univ., Edin- 
burgh ; Balliol 1 899-1 901 (F. de 
P.) ; Domus Ex. ; Hon. Mention 
Hertford Sch. 1899 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1 901. Union and Arnold Socs. 
M.A., Edinbiu-gh (ist Class 
Honours), 1899. I.C.S., Bombay ; 
Assist. Collector, Hyderabad, 1902 ; 
ditto and Sub-Divisional Magis- 
trate, Larkana, 1902-5 ; Acting 
Assist. Commissioner, Sind, 1905 ; 
Manager of Encumbered Estates, 
and Deputy Commissioner, Thar 
and Parkar, 1906 ; Assist. Com- 
missioner, Sind, 1907-10 ; Deputy 
Mimicipal Commissioner, Bombay, 
1911 and 1913 ; Assist. Political 
Agent, Kathiawar, and on Special 
Duty in connexion with Royal 
Commission, 1912 ; Acting Munici- 
pal Commissioner, Bombay, 1913. 
Address : East India United Ser- 
vice Club, 16 St. James's Square, 
London, S.W. 

Crook, Tliomas Ashley : b. 1862 ; 
s. of Joseph Crook, M.P., of Bolton; 
m. 1893, E. Daisy, d. of Nathan 
Whitley, J. P., of Greenroyd, 
Halifax. Issue : one son, two 
daughters. Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 
1881-4 (A.L.S.) ; ist Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1884 ; M.A., 1887 ; 
Torpid. Union, Carlyle, and 
Brakenbury Socs. Director of 
Bleachers' Assoc, Lim., 1 901-8 ; 
J. P., Lanes., 1894. Recreation : 
Motoring. Club : Athenaeum. 
Address : Holcombe, Grayshott, 
Hants. 

Cross, Alexander : b. April 4, 1880; 
s. of Alexander Cross, of Glasgow. 
Educ. Charterhouse ; Balliol 1898- 
1902 (A.L.S., W.H.F.); 2nd 
Mod. Hist. 1902. Barrister, I.T., 
1905. Address : 44 Queen's Gate 
Gardens, London, S.W. 

Cross, Alexander Robertson : b. 
Sept. I, 1894 ; s. of Robert Cross, 



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of Edinburgh. Educ. Winchester ; 
Balliol 191 3- (A.D.L., N.S.T.). 
Union and Brakenbury Socs. 
Address : 13 Moray Place, Edin- 
burgh. 

Cross, George Harold : b. Aug. 12, 
1874 ; s. of John Cross, of York. 
Educ. Owens Coll., Manchester ; 
Balliol 1893-7 (J.C, W.H.F., 
A.L.S.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; 2nd 
Math. Mods. 1895 ; 2nd Nat. Sci. 
(Chem.), and B.A., 1897; M.A., 
and B.M., 1910. I.C.S. 1896; 
Assist. Collector and Magistrate, 
Bombay; retired, invalided, 1904; 
studied medicine at Leeds 1904-9 ; 
House Physician, Leeds Infirmary, 
1910. Address : 27 South Drive, 
Harrogate. [Died Dec. 1912.] 

Cross, John Ashton : b. May 20, 
1845 ; s. of Rev. John Cross, of 
Middletown, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 
Educ. Glasgow Univ. (Ferguson 
Sch.); Balliol 1868-71 ; SnellEx.; 
ist CI. Mods. 1870 ; ist Lit. Hum. 
1871 ; B.A. 1872. Union Soc. 
(Lib. 1874). M.A., Glasgow (double 
ist Class Honours), 1870. Barrister, 
M.T., 1875 ; Oxford Circuit. 
Publications : Translation of In- 
stitutes of Gains and Justinian 
in Hunter's Roman Law, 1876 ; 
Limited Liability Companies, 19 12. 
Address : 3 New Square, Lincoln's 
Inn, London, W.C. 

*Crosse, Rev. Ernest Courtenay : b. 
March 18, 1887 ; s. of Rev. E. I. 
Crosse. Educ. Clifton (Ex.) ; 
Balliol 1906-10 (C.B., A.D.L.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1908 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1910 ; M.A. 1914; 
Rugby XV. Union and Arnold 
Socs. Assist. Master, Marlborough, 
1911- ; ordained d. 1912, p. 1913. 
Address : The College, Marl- 
borough. 

Crosse, Felix Warren : b. Feb. 26, 
1892 ; s. of T. W. Crosse, of 
London. Educ. Wellington ; Bal- 
liol 1910- (A.W.P.C, F.F.U., 
H.W.C.D., A.L.S.). Address : 10 
Cresswell Gardens, South Kensing- 
ton, London, S.W. 

Crosse, Thomas Warren : b. 1851 ; 
s. of Edmund Crosse, of London. 
EiMC. Winchester; Balliol 1 871-4; 



ist Nat. Sci. 1874; B.A. 1875, 
Barrister, L.I., 1878. Address : 
10 Cresswell Gardens, South Ken- 
sington, London, S.W. 

Crossley, Cyril : 6. Aug. 16, 1886 ; 
s. of L. J. Crossley, of The Grange, 
Markington, Yorks. Educ. Marl- 
borough; Balliol 1905-6 (A.L.S., 
E.J.P.). 

Crossley, John de Bathe : b. Feb. 4, 
1893 : s. of Rt. Hon. Su: S. B. 
Crossley, 2nd Bart. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1912-13 (H.B.H.) ; won 
High Jump V. Cambridge 1913. 
Address : Somerleyton Hall, 
Lowestoft. 

Crossley, Rt. Hon. Sir Savile Brin- 
ton, 2nd Bart. : b. June 14, 1857 ; 
s. of Sir Francis Crossley, ist Bart. ; 
m. Dec. 14, 1887, Phyllis, d. of Sir 
Henry de Bathe, K.C.B. Issue: 
two sons, two daughters. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1876-80 (F. de P., 
A.C.B., R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1878 ; B.A. 1881 ; O.U.A.C, 
100 Yards v. Cambridge, 1880 ; 
Torpid ; Fours ; Eight (Capt.). 
Dervorguilla Soc. M.P. (L.) 1885, 
(L.U.) 1886-92, N. Suffolk ; Hali- 
fax 1900-6 ; High Sheriff of Suf- 
folk 1896 ; Paymaster-General 
1902-6 ; P.W.O. Norfolk Artillery 
1879—1909,00!. Commanding 1909 ; 
served in S. African War 1899- 
1901 as Captain in Imperial 
Yeomanry (Sharpshooters), medal 
and four clasps, promoted Lieut.- 
Col., and mentioned in dispatches ; 
contested (L.U.) West Islington 
1910 ; Hon. Sec. King Edward's 
Hospital Fund ; Chairman Hospi- 
tal Saturday Fund 1900-14, and of 
Liberal Unionist Council 1902-12 ; 
Governing Director and Chairman, 
Crossley & Sons, Ltd., Hcdifax ; 
J.P., Norfolk and Suffolk ; D.L., 
Suffolk; P.O. 1902; K.C.y.O. 
1909. Clubs : Brooko's, Marl- 
borough, Beefsteak. Addresses : 
12 Carlton House Terrace, London, 
S.W. ; Somerleyton Hall, Lowes- 
toft. 

Crosthwaite, Rev. Guy Bentley : 
b. Jan. 6, 1887 ; s. of Sir Robert 
Crosthwaite, K.C.S.I. Educ. 
Blundell's (Sch.) ; Balliol 1905-9 



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(C.B., J.A.S.); BlundeU Sch. ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1907 ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1909 ; M.A. 
1912 ; Rugby XV ; Shooting 
team ; O.U.O.T.C, Certificate 
' A '. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Bishop's Hostel, Liverpool, 1909 ; 
ordained d. 1910, p. 1911 ; Curate 
of St. Mark's, St. Helens, 1910- 
13 ; Holy Trinity, Rotherhithe, 
and in charge of Blundell's School 
Mission, 1913-. Address : 670 
Rotherhithe St., London, S.E. 

Crum, John Ludovlc : b. May 21, 
1874 ; s, of Alexander Cnmi, of 
Glasgow. Educ. Eton ; Ball ol 
1894-5 (A.L.S., W.H.F., J.C). 
Address : 4 West Regent St., 
Glasgow. 

Crum, Walter Ewing : b. 1865 ; 
s. of Alexander Crum, of Caplerig, 
Co. Renfrew. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1884-8 (A.L.S., W.H.F., R.L.) ; 
2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1888 ; 
M.A. 1892. Hon. Ph.D., Berlin. 
Address : Aldeburgh, Suffolk. 

Crump, Charles George : b. April 9, 
1862 ; s. of C. A. W. Crump, 
Barrister-at-Law ; m. Lucy, d. of 
G. Birkbeck Hill, D.C.L. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Private; BaUiol 1880-3 (A.T., 
W.M.) ; 3rd Jur., and B.A., 1883. 
Union and Arnold Socs. I.C.S. ; 
retired, through ill health, 1885 ; 
ist Class Clerk, G.P.O., 1887-8; 
transferred to Public Record 
Office 1 888-. Publications: edited 
works of Walter Savage Landor, 
1890-3 ; Autobiography of Thomas 
Eilwood, 1900 ; Dialogus de Scac- 
cario, 1902 ; contributed article on 
' Records ' to Encyclopaedia Bri- 
tannica, nth ed. Addresses: 179 
Hampstead Way, Hendon, London, 
N.W. ; Public Record Office, 
Chancery Lane, London, W.C. 

Crump, Harry Ashbrooke : b. Dec. 
31, 1863 ; s. of Charles Crump, of 
Yeohampton, Devon. Educ. Pri- 
vate ; Balliol 1883-5 (W.M.) ; 3rd 
Math., and B.A., 1885. I.C.S., 
Central Prov. ; Assist. Commis- 
sioner 1885 ; Commissioner of 
Excise 1893 ; Deputy Commis- 
sioner 1894 ; 2nd Sec. to Chief 



Commissioner 1894-5 J Chief Sec. 
to ditto 1901-2 and from 1906 ; 
Commissioner 1907 ; Officiating 
Chief and Financial Commissioner 
1912 ; Financial Commissioner 
1913 ; Officiating Chief Commis- 
sioner 1914. Address : c/o Grind- 
lay & Co., 54 Parliament St., 
London, S.W, 

Crump, Louis Charles : b. Jan. 2, 
1869 ; s. of C. A. W. Crump, 
Barrister-at-law ; tn. Alice Clara, 
d. of W. Russell, Auditor-General 
of Trinidad. Educ. Private ; 
Balliol 1888-90 (W.M.). I.C.S., 
Bombay ; Assist. Collector and 
Magistrate, and Assist. Judge, 
1890 ; Second Assist. 1897 ; 
Under Sec. to Government 1898 ; 
Registrar of the High Court 1902 ; 
Sec. to Government, Legal Depart- 
ment, and Remembrancer of Legal 
Affairs, 1908-. Address : c/o 
H. S. King & Co., 9 PaU Mall, 
London, S.W. 

Cruso, Hemry Alford Antony : b. 
Jan. 5, 1874 ; s. of Rev. H. E. T. 
Cruso, Rector of Tunstall, Sitting- 
bourne ; m. April 1902, Mildred 
Sophia, d. of Sir F. L. Robinson, 
K.C.B. Issue : two children. 
Educ. Rugby (Sch.) ; Balliol 1892- 
6 (J.A.S.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 
1894 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1896. Home Civil Service (Upper 
Division) 1897 ; promoted 1903 
and 1909 ; Inland Revenue, 
Somerset House. Publications : 
Sir Walter Raleigh (a drama) ; 
various contributions of prose and 
verse. Club : Royal Societies. 
Address : 38 Norland Square, Lon- 
don, W. 

Cubitt, Bertram Blakiston : b. 
Aug. 20, 1862 ; s. of Major F. A. 
Cubitt, of Thorpe Hall, Norwich ; 
m. April 21, 1887, Leila Guilda, 
d. of Capt. W. N. Leslie, Gordon 
Highlanders. Issue : two sons. 
Educ. Rugby (Sch. and Ex.) ; 
Balliol 1881-5 (R.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1882 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1885 ; Eight and Sculls. 
Union Soc. Home Civil Service 
1886 ; Assist. Private Sec. to Rt. 
Hon. C. Stanhope, Sec. of State, 



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1 890-1 : ditto, Rt. Hon. St. John 
Brodrick, Under Sec. of State, 
1896-8 ; Assist. Sec, War Office ; 
C.B. 1911. Clubs : Union, Sports, 
London Rowing. Address : Hill- 
stead, Brentwood, Essex. 

Gumming, Alexander Neilson : b. 
July 3, 1859 ; s- oi Rev. J. E. 
Gumming, D.D., of Perth. Educ. 
Edinburgh Academy ; Park 
School, and the Univ., Glasgow ; 
BaUiol 1879-83 (W.H.F., W.R.A., 
W.M.) ; Snell Ex. ; Cobden Prize 
and 2nd CI. Mods. 1880 ; 2nd Jur. 
and B.A., 1882 ; O.U. Golf Club 
(Sec), played tturee years v. Cam- 
bridge. Union (Treas. 188 1-2, 
Pres. 1882) and Brakenbury Socs. 
M.A. (Honours) Glasgow ; Barris- 
ter, M.T., 1884 ; Leader-writer 
1893, Managing Editor 1897-1901, 
Manchester Courier ; on staff of 
Morning Post 1 901-4 ; ditto. 
Morning Advertiser, 1904-13. Re- 
creation : Golf. Address : Con- 
stitutional Club, Northumberland 
Avenue, London, W.C. [Died 
July II, 1913-] 

Cumming, Alexander Robertson : 
b. 1871 ; s. of R. S. Cumming, of 
Aberdeen. Educ. Gr. School, and 
the Univ., Aberdeen ; Balliol 
1890-2 (W.M.). I.C.S., Madras; 
Assist. Collector and Magistrate 
1892 ; Sen. Assist. 1899 ; Sec. to 
Commissioners of Land Revenue 
1902 ; Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate 1906 ; Collector, Pro- 
tector of Emigrants, and Super- 
intendent of Stamps and Sta- 
tionery, 1909 ; Collector and 
Magistrate 1 910. Address: I.C.S., 
Madras, India. 

Cmnming, John Arthur : b. May 6, 
1866 ; s. of R. S. Cumming, of 
Aberdeen ; m. Oct. 17, 1890, 
Harriet Maria, d. of William 
Ronald. Issue : two sons, two 
daughters. Educ. Gr. School 
(Bursar), and King's Coll. (Bursar), 
Aberdeen ; Balliol 1885-7 (W.M.). 
I.C.S., Madras ; Assist. Magistrate 
and Collector 1887 ; Head Assist. 
1894 ; Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate 1899 ; Collector and 
District Magistrate 1903 ; retired 



1913. Address : Queenwood, 
Parkstone, Dorset. 

Gumming, John Ghest : b. Dec 29, 
1868 ; s. of Dr. J. S. Cumming, of 
Glasgow. Educ. Academy, High 
School, and Univ., Glasgow ; 
Balliol 1887-90 (W.M.) ; Boden 
Sch., 2nd Or. Stud., and B.A., 
1890. M.A., Glasgow, 1887 ; 
I.C.S., Bengal, 1890; M.R. San. 
Inst. ; CLE., 191 1 ; Chief Sec. to 
Govt, of Bengal 1913. Address : 
East India United Service Club, 
16 St, James's Square, London, 
S.W. 

Gunlifle, John Williams : b. Feb. 22, 
1857 ; s. of Robert Cunliffe, D.L., 
County of Cardigan ; m. July i, 
1903, Evelyn Florence Adderley, 
d. of Sir George D. Harris. Issue : 
one daughter. Educ. Bradfield ; 
Balliol 1875-9 (W.H.F., T.R.B., 
J.F.B.) ; ist Mod. Hist., and B.A., 
1879 ; 2nd in Morrison Fours. 
Union Soc. Barrister, I.T., 1883 ; 
Equity Draftsman and Convey- 
ancer ; retired 1907 ; Lieut. i88i, 
Capt. 1887, Hon. Major 1896, 
Major and 2nd in command 1903, 
Hon. Lieut.-Col. 1904, temporary 
command of regiment 1908, Royal 
Cardigan Artillery Militia ; retired, 
with permission to retain his rank, 
1908 ; has held since Oct. 5, 1900, 
the honorary rank of Capt. in the 
Army ; Chairman, Bridgnorth 
Rural District Council, 191 2- ; 
ditto of Governors of Bridgnorth 
Grammar, and Girls' Public High, 
Schools, 1912-. Clubs : Oxford 
and Cambridge, Militia; South 
Shropshire. Address : Bradeney, 
Bridgnorth, Salop. 

^Cunningham, Henry Julian : b. 
April 3, 1876 ; s. of Rev. W. L. 
Cunningham, Vicar of St. Augus- 
tine's, N. Shields ; m. 191 1, Mar- 
jorie Rose Gordon, d. of G. G. Hake. 
Educ. Marlborough (Foundation 
Jun. and Sen. Sch.) ; Balliol 1894- 
9 (F. de P., E.A.) ; CI. Ex. ; 1st CI. 
Mods. 1896 ; 1st Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1898 ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 1899 ; 
M.A. 1901. Lecturer in Ancient 
Hist, in Univ. of Edinburgh 1901- 
4; Lecturer 1904-5, Fellow 1905-, 



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Tutor 1909-, and Librarian, 
Worcester Coll. ; Jun. Proctor 
1906-7. Addresses : Worcester 
College, Oxford ; Whickham, Co. 
Durham. 

Cunningham, John Craigie : b. 
Aug. 28, 1885 ; s. of William 
Cunningham, of Edinburgh. Educ. 
George Watson's Coll. ; Balliol 
1906-9 (A.W.P.C, A.D.L.) ; Ex. ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1907 ; 4th Lit. Hum. 
1909, Address : Brant wood. West 
Linton, Peeblesshire. 

Cunningham, Joseph Thomas : b. 
April 4, 1859 ; s. of W. H. Cun- 
ningham, of London ; m. 1886, 
Sophia Ingo, d. of W. H. Cross- 
field, Solicitor, of London. Issue : 
one son. Educ. St. Olave's Gr. 
School, Southwark (Leaving Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1877-81 (R.L.N., J.W.R.) ; 
Brakenbury Sci. Sch. ; ist Math. 
Mods. 1879 ; ist Nat. Sci. (Biol.), 
and B.A., 1881 ; M.A. 1883. 
Union Soc. Fellow of University 
Coll. 1882-9 ; Assist, to Prof, of 
Natural Hist., Edinburgh Univ., 
1883-4 ; Superintendent of Marine 
Research Station, Granton, 1884- 
7 ; Naturalist to Marine Biological 
Assoc., Plymouth, 1887-97 ; Lec- 
turer to Cornwall Technical Educa- 
tion Committee 1897-1902 ; visited 
St. Helena, and reported to 
Colonial Office on the fisheries of 
the island, 1909 ; Lecturer in 
Zoology, South Western Poly- 
technic, Chelsea ; F.Z.S. Publica- 
tions : Treatise on Common Sole, 
1890 ; Marketable Marine Fishes, 
1896 ; Sexual Dimorphism, 1900 ; 
Secondary Sexual Characters in 
Relation to Hormones, 1908 ; editor 
and contributor of Fishes, in 
Reptiles, A mphibia, and Fishes, &c., 
1911 ; and numerous memoirs on 
zoological subjects in various 
scientific journals. Address : 63 
St. Mary's Grove, Chiswick, Lon- 
don, W. 

*Curzon of Kedleston, 1st Earl, 
Hon. George Nathaniel Curzon : 
b. Jan. II, 1859 ; s. of 4th Baron 
Scarsdale ; m. April 1895, Mary 
Victoria, d. of L. Z. Leiter, of 
Washington, U.S.A. Issue : three 



daughters. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1878-82 (R.L.N., J.L.S.D.) ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1880; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1882 ; Lothian Prize 
1883 ; Arnold Prize, and M.A., 
1884. Union (Pres. 1880) and 
Dervorguilla (Pres.) Socs. Fellow 
of All Souls 1883 ; Assist. Private 
Sec. to Marquis of Salisbury 1885 ; 
contested S. Derbyshire 1885 ; 
M.P. (C.) Southport Div. of Lan- 
cashire 1886-98 ; Under Sec. of 
State for India 1891-2 ; ditto, 
Foreign Affairs 1895-8 ; Gold 
Medallist, Royal Geographical Soc. 
1895 ; Baron, Ireland, 1898 ; 
Viceroy and Governor-General of 
India 1899-1904 and 1904-5 ; 
Lord Warden of Cinque Ports 1904- 
5 ; Chancellor of Oxford Univer- 
sity, and Hon. Fellow of Balliol, 
1907 ; Romanes Lecturer, 1907 ; 
Trustee of Jowett Memorial Fund ; 
Lord Rector, Glasgow Univ., and 
Irish Representative Peer, 1908 ; 
Pres. of Royal Geographical Soc., 
and Trustee National Gallery, 1 9 1 1 ; 
Rede Lecturer, Cambridge Univ.j 
1913 ; G.C.S.I. ; G.C.I.E. ; P.C. ; 
F.R.S. ; Hon. D.C.L., Oxford and 
Durham ; Hon. LL.D., Cambridge, 
Manchester, and Glasgow; J.P. ; 
D.L. ; F.B.A. Pttblications : 
Russia in Central Asia, 1889 ; 
Persia and the Persian Question, 
1892 ; Problems of the Far East, 
1894 ; Lord Curzon in India, 
1906 ; Frontiers (Romanes Lecture, 
1907) ; Principles and Methods of 
University Reform, 1909 ; Modern 
Parliamentary Eloquence (Rede 
Lecture, 1913). Clubs : Carlton, 
Athenaeum. Addresses: i Carlton 
House Terrace, London, S.W. ; 
Hackwood, Basingstoke. 
Curzon, Hon. Francis Nathaniel : 
b. Dec. 15, 1865 ; s. of 4th Baron 
Scarsdale. Educ. Windlesham 
House, Brighton ; Eton ; Balliol 
1885-8 (J.L.S.D., W.H.F., E.A., 
R.L.N., F. de P.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1886 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1888. Dervorguilla Soc. Member 
of Stock Exchange 1889- ; with 
Chinnery Bros. 1 889-1900 ; part- 
ner in Panmiure, Gordon & Co. 



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1900-13; Director of Parr's Bank 
and of National Mutual Assurance 
Soc. Clubs : White's, Arthur's, 
Royal Automobile. Address : 11 
Mount Street, London, W. 
Cutler, Edward : b. May 4, 1831 ; 
s. of Edward Cutler, Surgeon to 
St. George's Hospital ; m. Aug. 3, 
1868, Ellen Mona, d. of Major 
Larkins. Issue : one son, two 
daughters. Educ. Eton ; Dresden ; 
Paris ; Balliol 1849-54 (B.J.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1852 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum. 1853. Barrister 1857, and 
Bencher, L.L ; Equity Drafts- 
man and Conveyancer ; studied 



music in Dresden ; Grand Organ- 
ist, English Freemasons, 1892-3 ; 
P.M. of the three English 
Lodges of Freemasons whose 
work is done in the French lan- 
guage ; member of Imperial 
Commission for Copyright 1909 ; 
prepared International Copyright 
Bill 1910; Q.C. 1884; J.P. Pub- 
lications : The Law of Musical 
Copyright ; numerous songs and 
pieces for full orchestra, organ, 
and pianoforte ; co-author The 
Teacher's Legal Guide ; Musical and 
Dramatic Copyright. Address : 
32 Eaton Place, London, S.W. 



D 



*Dakyiis, Arthur Lindsay : b. May 

28, 1883 ; s. of H. G. Dakyns, of 
Higher Combe, Haslemere, Surrey. 
Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 1902-6 
(A.W.P.C, J.A.S.) ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1906 ; M.A. 
1910. Union and Jowett (Sec. and 
Pres.) Socs. Barrister, L.L, 1912. 
Addresses : 24 Upper Wimpole St., 
London, W. ; Common Room, 
Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 
^Dale, Frank Harry Busbridge : b. 
Dec. 19, 1871 ; s. of H. J. Dale, 
Electrician and Manufacturer, of 
London ; m. 1899, Lucy M., d. of 
C. Hanson. Educ. St. Paul's 
School (Sch.) ; Balliol 1890-4 
(W.R.H., E.A.) ; Sch. ; Craven 
Sch. 1891 ; ist CI. Mods., and Ire- 
land Sch., 1892 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1894 ; Derby Sch. 
1895 ; M.A. 1896. Arnold Soc. 
(Pres.). Fellow of Merton ; Lec- 
turer at University Coll. 1894-6 ; 
Exam., Education Department, 
1897; H.M. Inspector of Schools, 
1900 ; conducted Special In- 
quiries into Irish Elementary and 
Intermediate Education 1903-4 ; 
H.M. Inspector Training Colls., 
1906 ; Divisional Inspector Elem. 
Schools, Metropolitan Division, 
1910 ; Chief Inspector of Elem. 
Schools, and C.B., 1913. Club : 
Royal Societies. Addresses: Board 
of Education, Whitehall, London, 



S.W. ; 33 Clarendon Road, Holland 
Park, London, W. 
♦Dale, Harold Edward : b. Dec 5, 
1875 ; s. of H. J. Dale, Electrician 
and Manufacturer, of London. 
Educ. St. Paul's School (Sch.) ; 
BaUiol 1894-8 (W.R.H., F. de P., 
E.A., J.A.S., J.L.S.D.) ; Sch. ; 
Prox. Acces. to Hertford Sch. 

1894 ; Hertford and Craven Schs. 

1895 ; ist CI. Mods., and Ireland 
Sch., 1896 ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1898 ; Derby Sch. 1899 ; 
M.A. 1901. Arnold Soc. (Sec.). 
Fellow of New Coll. 1898 ; ist in 
Civil Service Exam. 1898 ; Colo- 
nial Of&ce 1898-1910 ; Special 
Mission to British Honduras 
1903-4 ; one of British represen- 
tatives at Anglo-French Confer- 
ence on New Hebrides 1906 ; 
Assist. Secretary Imperial Con- 
ference 1909 ; represented Colonial 
Office at North Atlantic Fisheries 
Arbitration at the Hague 1910 ; 
Sec. to Development Commis- 
sioners 1910-. Recreation : Golf. 
Clubs : Savile; Wimbledon Park 
Golf. Addresses : Development 
Comanission, 6 a Dean's Yard, 
Westminster, London, S.W. ; 63 
Clarendon Road, Holland Park, 
London, W. 

Daly, Sir Hugh : 6. May 29, i860 ; 
s. of General Sir H. D. Daly, 
G.C.B., CLE. ; m. 1891, Diana, 



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d. of Chcirles Denison, of Penn- 
sylvania, U.S.A. Issue : one 
daughter. Educ. Winchester ; 
Balliol 1879-80 (R.L.N., W.H.F.).; 
Union Soc. Entered Gloucester- 
shire Regiment 1881 ; Captain 
1892 ; Burmese Expedition 1886- 
7 (dispatches, medal with clasp) ; 
Lieut.-Col., Indian Army, 1907 ; 
Political Department, Govern- 
ment of India, 1884- ; Superin- 
tendent Northern Shan States, 
Burma, 1888-91 ; Secretariat of 
Foreign Department, Government 
of India, 1892-1903 ; Agent 
(officiating) to Governor-General 
in Central India 1903-4 ; ditto 
(substantive) 1905-10 ; Resident 
in Mysore and Chief Commis- 
sioner of Coorg 1910-; CLE. 
1892 ; C.S.I. 1903 ; K.C.I.E. 
191 1. Publication : Memoirs of 
General Sir Henry Dermot Daly, 
G.C.B., &c. Address : The Resi- 
dency, Bangalore, Southern India. 

*DamaD, Gerard William : b. Nov. 
16, 1880 ; s. of Rev. Henry 
Daman, Vicar of Moulsford. 
Educ. Eton; Balliol 1899-1903 
(J.W.R., F.L.A.) ; 2nd Math. 
Mods. 1901 ; 3rd Math. 1902 ; 
B.A. 1903 ; M.A. 1907 ; Torpid 
and Eight (Cox.). Union and 
Brakenbury Socs. Engaged in 
Life Insurance work for four 
years ; Fellow of the Institute 
of Actuaries 1908 ; Barrister, L.I., 
1909. Club'. Savile. Address: 56 
Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

I'Danckwerts, Harold Otto : b. Feb. 
23, 1888 ; s. of W. O. A. J. Danck- 
werts, K.C. Educ. Winchester ; 
Balliol 1906-10 (H.W.C.D., F.F.U., 
E.H.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 
1909 ; M.A. 1913 ; Cricket XI. 
Union and Arnold Socs. Studied 
at Law School, Harvard Univ., 
1910-11 ; Barrister, L.I. (Certifi- 
cate of Honour, Hilary, 1913). 
Club : Garrick. Address : 2 
Brechin Place, South Kensington, 
London, S.W. 

Daniell, Yen. George William : b. 
March 15, 1853 ; s. of Rev. G. F. 
Daniell, Vicar of Aldingbourne, 



Chichester ; m. Emma Julia, d. 
of Rev. G. B. Lewis. Issue : three 
sons, one daughter, Educ. Hurst- 
pierpoint ; Balliol 1872-6 ; and 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1876 ; 
M.A. i88o; Cricket XI; Rugby 
XV. Assist. Master Cheam 1876 ; 
Bradfield Coll. 1877-8 ; St. Paul's 
School 1879-81 ; ordained d. 
^^77 1 P- 1878 ; Chapl. and Censor 
1881-4, Lecturer on New Test. 
1881-93, Fellow 1894, member of 
Council 191 1, King's Coll., London ; 
Chapl. Dulwich Coll. 1884-1904 ; 
Exam. Chapl. to. Bishops of 
Rochester and Southwark 1891- ; 
Vicar of St. Matthew's, Redhill, 
and Archdeacon of Kingston- 
upon-Thames, 1904- ; Canon and 
Chancellor of Southwark Cathe- 
dral 1 910. Publications : Life of 
Bishop Wilberforce, 1893 ; articles 
in Smith's Dictionary of Christian 
Biography. Address : St. Mat- 
thew's Vicarage, Redhill, Surrey. 

Daniels, Sidney Reginald : b. Sept. 
18, 1873 ; s. of Joseph Daniels, 
of Lightpill, Stroud, Glos. Educ. 
Wycliffe Coll., Stonehouse ; Lon- 
don Univ. ; Balliol 1891-3 (W.M.) ; 
Boden Sch. 1893. Union Soc. 
B.A., London ; Student, M.T. ; 
I.C.S., N.W. Prov. and Oudh ; 
Assist. Magistrate and Collector 
1893 ; Joint Magistrate 1899 ; 
District and Sessions Judge 1907. 
Clubs : East India United Service, 
National Liberal. Address : c/o 
Grindlay & Co., 54 Parliament 
St., London, S.W. 

Danson, Arthur Llewelyn : b. May 
18, 1875 ; s. of Very Rev. J. M. 
Danson, D.D., Dean of Aberdeen 
and Orkney. Educ. Rugby (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1894-9 (E.A., J.A.S.) ; 
Warner Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1896 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1898 ; B.A. 1899 ; 
O.U.A.C. Mile v. Cambridge and 
V. Harvard and Yale 1899 ; Rugby 
XV. Brakenbury and Annandale 
Socs. I.C.S., Punjab ; Assist. 
Commissioner 1899 ; Under-Sec. 
to Government 1905-7 ; Registrar 
of Chief Court 1908-12. Recrea- 
tions : Polo, racquets, hunting, 
golf. Clubs : East India United 



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Service, Vincent's, United Service 
(Simla). Address : Government 
Office, Simla, India. Died March 
27, 1Q12.] 

*Darbisliire, Arthur Dukinfleld : b. 
Feb. 14, 1879 ; s. of Dr. S. D. 
Darbishire, of Oxford. Educ. 
Magdalen Coll. School; Balliol 
1897-1901 (J.C.) ; 2nd Nat. Sci. 
(Zool.),andB.A.,i90i; B.Sc. 1904; 
M.A. 1905. Dervorguilla Soc. Jtm. 
Demonstrator in Comparative Ana- 
tomy, Univ. of Oxford, 1 901-2 ; 
ditto Zoology, Univ. of Manchester, 
1902—5 ; Sen. Demonstrator in Zoo- 
logy in Imperial College of Science 
and Technology, London, S.W., 
1 905-1 1 ; Lecturer in Genetics, 
Edinburgh Univ., 191 1-. Publica- 
tions: Breeding and theMendelianDis- 
covery ; various papers on Heredity. 
Recreation: GAvdeniag. C/M6:Savile. 
Addresses: The University, Edin- 
burgh ; Boar's Hill, near Oxford. 

Darbishire, Francis Vernon : b. 
Aug. I, 1868 ; s. of Vernon Dar- 
bishire, J. P., of Pisa, Italy. Educ. 
Private ; Gr. School, Dresden ; 
BaUiol 1887-91 (J.C.) ; 4th Nat. 
Sci. (Chem.) 1891 ; B.A. 1892 ; 
Univ. and Coll. Hockey and 
Tennis Teams ; Eight (won 
Ladies' Plate 1890-1) ; Torpid 
(i and 2). Arnold Soc. (Vice-Pres. 
and Treas.). Ph.D., Leipzig, 
1899 ; studied at Bale and Tiibin- 
gen ; Assist. Demonstrator and 
Lecturer, Cardiff ; ditto, and 
Hon. Research Fellow, Manchester 
Univ. ; Sen. Resident Tutor in 
Chemistry and Physics, Hulme 
Hall ; Assist. Demonstrator, Lec- 
turer, and Analyst, South-Eastem 
Agricultural Coll., Wye, Kent ; 
studied Beet Sugar Chemistry at 
Gottingen Univ. and Friihling's 
Sugar School, Brunswick, 1910-. 
Publications : thesis on Organic 
Chemistry ; various papers and 
reports ; joint author of transla- 
tion of Letters of Berzelius and 
Schonbein ; ' Organic Chemistry ' 
{Trans, of Chemical Soc.) ; Oxida- 
tion in Soils and its Relation to 
Productiveness ; joint editor, Let- 
ters of Faraday and Schonbein. 



Addresses: Dorotheen-Strasse 12, 
Dresden, Germany ; Woodcraft, 
Boar's Hill, near Oxford. 

Darbishire, Otto Vernon : b. March 
16, 1870 ; s. of Vernon Darbishire, 
J. P., of Dwygyfwlchi, Conway, 
N. Wales. Educ. Vitzthumianum 
Gymnasium, Dresden ; Florence ; 
Univ. Coll., Bangor ; Balliol 1888- 
92 (J.C, J.W.R.) ; 2nd Nat. Sci. 
(Bot.), and B.A., 1892. Ph.D., 
Kiel ; Lecturer in Botany at Kiel 
1897-8, Manchester 1898-1909, 
Armstrong Coll., Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne 1 909-1 1 ; Univ. of Bristol 
191 1-. Publications: Investiga- 
tions on Algae, Lichens, and Vege- 
table Physiology ; Plant Book for 
Schools. Address : 67 Ravenswood 
Road, Bristol. 

Darbishire, Robert Shelby : b. Oct. 
4, 1886 ; s. of Godfrey Darbishire, 
of Fort Meade, Florida, U.S.A. 
Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 1905-9 
(A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist, and 
B.A., 1909. Address : Shelby 
City, Kentucky, U.S.A. 

Das Gupta, Jogendra Nath : b. 
1868 ; s. of H. H. Das Gupta, of 
Khoolna, Bengal ; m. Hemlata, 
d. of the Hon. G. P. Sen. Educ. 
Presidency Coll., Calcutta (Govern- 
ment and State Sch.) ; Balliol 
1887-90 (E.A., J.L.S.D., W.R.H., 
A.L.S., T.R.) ; Ex. ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1889 ; 2nd Jur., and B.A., 
1890. Real and Personal Property 
Law Sch., and Barrister 1890, 
M.T. ; Prof, of Hist, and English 
Literature in Colls, under Govern- 
ment of Bengal; sometime Prin- 
cipal of Hooghly Coll., Bengal ; 
member of Central Text-Book 
Committee, Bengal ; Fellow, mem- 
ber of Syndicate and of various 
Boards of Studies, Reader, Exam., 
and Lecturer in Hist, and English 
Literature, Calcutta Univ. Publi- 
cations : Critical Miscellanies ; The 
Teaching of History in Indian 
Schools ; Mukundram ; A Glimpse 
of Bengal in the Sixteenth Century 
A.D. Address: 38/2 Lower Circu- 
lar Road, Calcutta, India. 

'''Davenport, Alfred : b. May s 
1849 ; s. of J. M. Davenport, of 



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Oxford; m. Dec. 1885, S. C. 
Maturin. Issue : two children. 
Educ. Rugby; Balliol 1868-71 
(E.C.W.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1869 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1871 ; 
M.A. 1874 ; Univ. Trial and Coll. 
Eights. Solicitor, London, 1877-. 
Address : 43 Evelyn Gardens, 
London, S.W. 

*Bavenport, John Davies : b. July 
15, 1840 ; s. of J. M. Davenport, 
of Oxford; m. Dec. 23, 1875, 
Flora Elizabeth, d. of Donald 
Macleod. Issue : one son, two 
daughters. Educ. Rugby ; Bal- 
liol 1858-63 (E.C.W., J.R., E.P., 
H.J.S.S., W.L.N.) ; ist Math. 
Mods, i860 ; I St Math., and B.A., 
1862 ; Sen. Math. Sch. and John- 
son's Math. Sch. 1863 ; M.A. 
1865. Fellow of Brasenose 1864- 
75 ; Math. Exam. 1866-7 ; Barris- 
ter, L.I., 1866. Address : 13 Old 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, 
W.C. 

Davey, Alfred Frank Clifton : b. 
Jan. 24, 1887 ; s. of C. R. Davey, of 
Oxford. Educ. Abingdon; BalUol 
1905-9 (A.L.S., E.J.P., C.B.). 
Address : 280 Upper Brook St., 
Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester. 

Davidson, Douglas Du Bois : b. 
Dec. 30, 1883 ; s. of W. E. 
Davidson, C.M.G., Governor of 
Newfoundland. Educ. Winches- 
ter (Ex. and Sch.) ; Balliol 1903- 
7 (C.B., J.A.S.) ; Hon. Mention 
Stanhope Essay 1904 and 1906 ; 
I St CI. Mods. 1905 ; Kington 
Oliphant Prize 1906 and 1907 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1907. 
Union and Arnold Socs. Engaged 
in research work (Hist, of Roman 
Gaul) 1907- ; Jun. Exam., Board 
of Education, Secondary Branch, 
1908-10 ; ditto. Technological 
Branch, 1910- ; Sec. to Standing 
Conamittee of Advice for Educa- 
tion in Art 1912- ; N.S.A. Silver 
Medallist, Figure Skating, In- 
ternational Style. Recreations : 
Figiure skating, riding, walking, 
travel. Clubs : Savile, Prince's 
Skating, Figure Skating. Address : 
9 Alfred Place West, Thurloe 
Square, London, S.W. 



Davidson, Lionel : b. Jan. 19, 1868 ; 
s. of William Davidson, Assist. 
Manager of the Oriental Bank ; 
m. Emily Bryce, d. of Brigadier- 
General H. P. Pearson, C.B. 
Issue : one son, one daughter. 
Educ. University Coll. School, and 
University Coll. (Matric. Ex., West 
Sch., Andrews Entrance Prize), 
London ; Balliol 1886-9 (W.M.) ; 
ist Or. Stud., Prox. Acces. and 
Hon. Mention Boden Sch., and 
B.A., 1899. Union and Braken- 
bury Socs. I.C.S., Madras ; Assist, 
and Head Assist. Collector 1890-3 ; 
Sub ditto 1897 ; Ass st. and 
Under-Sec. to Government 1893- 
7 ; Sec. to Legislative Council 
1895-7 ; ditto, Board of Revenue, 
1898-1902 ; Commissioner of Coorg 
1902-5 ; Collector and District 
Magistrate 1905-6 and 1909-10 ; 
Resident in Travancore and Cochin 
1908-9 ; Sec. to Local, Municipal, 
Educational, and Legislative De- 
partments, and Additional Member 
Legislative Coimcil, 1910, Madras ; 
Delhi Durbar Medal 191 1 ; C.S.I. 
1 91 3. Publications : compiler of 
Administration Report (Madras), 
1 89 1 and 1893 ; ditto, Madras Re- 
venue Board Standing Orders, 1900 
ed. Addresses : c/o Secretariat, 
Fort St. George, Madras, India ; 
c/o Union of London and Smith's 
Bank, Princes St., London, E.C. 

Davidson, Lionel Hugh : b. Dec. 17, 
1892 ; s. of Lionel Davidson, 
C.S.I. Educ. Charterhouse ; Bal- 
lioli9ii-(C.B.,A.W.P.C., F.F.U.); 
Univ. Freshmen's, and Coll. 
Assoc. XI's. Address : The 
Vicarage House, Manor Road, 
Teddington. 

Davidson, Sir William Edward : b. 
April 17, 1853 ; s. of William 
Davidson, of Mount House, 
Braintree. Educ. Private ; Bal- 
liol 1871-5 (T.H.G., J.L.S.D., 
H.J.S.S.) ; ist Nat. Sci. (Chem.), 
and B.A., 1875 ; M.A. 1879 ; 
Cricket, Racquet, and Tennis 
Teams. Union and Dervorguilla 
Socs. Barrister 1879, Bencher 
1901, I.T. ; occasionally acted 
as Judge's Marshall to Hon. Mr. 



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Justice Cave ; assisted Law 
Ofl&cers of Crown with oflScial 
work 1 88 1-6 ; Private Sec. to 
Solicitor-General 1881-5 ; Stand- 
ing Counsel to Board of Trade, 
Bankruptcy 1884, Shipping 1885 ; 
Private Sec. to Lord Chancellor, 
and Sec. of Commissions of the 
Peace, 1886 ; Permanent Legal 
Adviser to Sec. of State for 
Foreign Affairs 1886 ; Pres. of 
Clan Dhai (Davidson) Assoc. 
1 909- 1 1 ; holds Royal Commis- 
sion as Acting Councillor of 
Embassy in H.M.'s Diplomatic 
Service ; C.B. 1897 ; K.C. 1902 ; 
K.C.M.G. 1907 ; F.S.A. Clubs : 
Alpine (Pres. 1911), Soc. of 
Dilettanti, Athenaeum, Brooks's, 
Travellers', Beefsteak, Bath, Ox- 
ford and Cambridge, Marylebone, 
Queen's. Address : 12 Lower 
Sloane St., London, S.W. 

Davles, Evan Lewis : b. 1870 ; 
s. of Edward Davies, of London. 
Educ. Westminster ; Balliol 1889- 
92 (F. de P., T.R., R.L.N., 
W.H.F.) ; B.A. 1892 ; M.A. 1904. 
Address : 68 St. Mary's Mansions, 
Paddington, London, W. 

Davies, Edward Read : b. 1869 ; 
s. of Edward Davies, of London. 
Educ. Dulwich Coll. ; West- 
minster School ; Balliol 1888-93 
(W.R.H., T.R., W.H.F.) ; B.A. 
1894 ; M.A. 1896. Major, Army 
Service Corps, ist London Division ; 
F.R.G.S. Address : Tjoiant, 191 
Walm Lane, Cricklewood, London, 
N.W. 

Davies, Maurice Llewelyn : b. Sept. 
13, 1864 ; s. of Rev. J. L. Davies, 
D.D., of London ; tn. 1891, Mary 
Eulelia (d. 1902), d. of Rev. A. J. 
Roberts. Issue : one son, two 
daughters. Educ. Marlborough 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1883-7 (W.H.F., 
R.L.N.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 
1884 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1887. Union 
and Brakenbury Socs. Entered 
shipping business in 1888 ; for- 
merly member of firm of Alfred 
Holt & Co., Blue Funnel Line, 
Liverpool ; retired 1914. Publica- 
tion : contribution on Shipping 
(Liners) to British Industries under 



Free Trade, 1903. Address : 2 Ob- 
servatory Gardens, London, W. 

Davies, Ronald Leslie : b. April 15, 
1888 ; s, of Robert Davies, 
proprietor of Tranmere Quarries. 
Educ. Birkenhead Institute ; 
Liverpool Univ. ; Balliol 1906-8 
(A.L.S., E.H.). Union and Arnold 
Socs. Migrated to Downing Coll., 
Cambridge; Private Tutor; Assist. 
Master in Preparatory School. 
Address : Green Lawn, Clifton 
Road, Birkenhead. 

Davies, William Robert : b. June 
27, 1870 ; s. of William Davies, 
of Bolton, Lanes. ; m. Lucie 
Isabel, d. of Henry Julian, of 
Bolton. Educ. Manchester Gr. 
School (Sch.) ; Balliol 1890-5 
(J.W.R., J.C); Math. Sch.; 
2nd Math. Mods. 1891 ; ist Math. 
1893 ; ist Nat. Sci. (Phys.), and 
B.A., 1894; Sen. Math. Sch. 
1896. Assist. Master, Royal Naval 
Engineering Coll., 1896-9 ; Jun. 
Exam. 1899-1905, Sen. ditto 
1 905-1 1, Private Sec. to President 
1903-5, Assist. Secretary, Techno- 
logical Branch 1911-, Board of 
Education ; Private Sec. to Chief 
Sec. for Ireland 1905-8 ; C.B. 
1909. Addresses: 26 Ashley Place, 
Westminster, London, S.W. ; 
Board of Education, London, S.W. 

Davis, Artliur William : b. Jan. 4, 
1 861 ; s. of Rev. Samuel Davis, 
of Bmrrington, Devon ; m. Feb. 4, 
1907, Mabel Blanche, d. of Dr. 
Charles Pridham. Educ. Rossall ; 
Balliol 1880-2; Rugby XV. 
I.C.S. ; Assist. Commissioner, 
Assam, 1882 ; Deputy ditto 1891 ; 
special duty with Manipm: Field 
Force 1891 ; ditto Political Offi- 
cer, N. Lushai, 1892 ; Inspector- 
General of Police, Prisons, Regis- 
tration, &c., Assam, 1897 ; 
Deputy Commissioner E. Bengal 
and Assam 1905 ; Political Agent, 
Manipur ; retired 1909. Club : 
East India United Service. Ad- 
dress : Glyn Garth, Northam, 
R.S.O., N. Devon. [Died July 27, 
1913] 

Davis, Charles Thomas : b. April 20, 
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Brecon ; w. Aug. iz, 1903, Norah 
Kathleen, d. of H. C. Rich, of 
Brecon. Educ. Christ's Coll., 
Brecon (Sch.) ; Balliol 1892-6 
(W.R.H., E.A., J.A.S.) ; Sch. and 
Jenkyns Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1894 ; 
Hon. Mention Ireland and Craven 
Schs. 1895 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1896 ; 
Rugby XV. Arnold Soc. Home 
Civil Service ; Admiralty 1896-7 ; 
Inland Revenue 1897 ; Colonial 
Of&ce 1897 ; sent to Gibraltar on 
Currency business 1898 ; Sec. to 
Pacific Cable Committee 1900 ; 
ist CI. Clerk 1905-. Address : 
Colonial Office, London, S.W. 

Davis, Haldinstein David : b. May 9, 
1881 ; s. of Richard Davis, of 
London. Educ. Charterhouse 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1899-1903 (J.C, 
H.B.H.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; ist 
Nat. Sci. (Phys.), and B.A., 1903 ; 
M.B. 1906. Chief Assist., Skin 
Department, St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital ; Physician, Hospital for 
Diseases of the Skin, Blackfriars ; 
Physician-in-Charge of Skin De- 
partment, Paddington Green Chil- 
dren's Hospital ; M.R.C.S. and 
L.R.C.P. 1905 ; F.R.C.S. Eng. and 
M.R.C.P. Lond. 1908. Publica- 
tions : Skin Diseases in General 
Practice (Oxford Medical Publica- 
tions), 1913 ; various contributions 
on ' Diseases of the Skin ' to medical 
journals. Clubs: Royal Societies, Re 
form. Address: 17 Cavendish Place, 
Cavendish Square, London, W. 

* Davis, Henry William Carless 
b. Jan. 13, 1874 ; s. of H. F. A 
Davis, of Ebley, Stroud, Glos. 
m. 1913, Rosa J., d. of W. J 
Lindup, of Bampton, Oxon 
Educ. Weymouth Coll. (Sch.) 
Balliol 1891-5 (J.L.S.D., A.L.S.) 
Brakenbury Hist. Sch., and Jen 
kyns Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1893 
ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1895 
Lothian Prize Essay 1897 ; M.A 

1898. Arnold Soc. (Pres.). Pel 
low of All Souls 1895-1902 
Deputy Prof., University Coll. of 
N. Wales, 1896-7 ; Lecturer at 
New Coll. 1897-9 ; Lecturer 

1899, Fellow and Tutor 1902-, 
Balliol ; editor, Oxford Magazine, 



Easter and Michaelmas Terms 1 901; 
Exam, in Mod. Hist. 1907-9 ; 
Delegate for the supervision of 
women students ; member of the 
General Board of the Faculties ; 
Chichele Lecturer in Foreign 
Hist. 1913-14 ; Curator of Bod- 
leian Library 191 3-. Publications : 
Charlemagne, 1900 ; Balliol Col- 
lege, 1900 ; ' Gilbert Burnet ' 
( Typical _ English Churchmen) , 
1902 ; England Under the Normans 
and Angevins, 1905 ; ' Catholic 
Emancipation ' (Camb. Mod. Hist., 
vol. x), 1907 ; Mediaeval Europe, 
1911 ; editor of Stubbs's Charters, 
gth ed., revised, and Regesta Re- 
gum Anglo-Normannorum, 1066- 
"54, vol. i, 1913 ; and contribu- 
tions to Helmolt's World^s History, 
English Historical Review, and 
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911). 
Recreations : Travelling, golf. Ad- 
dresses : II Fyfield Road, and 
Balliol College, Oxford. 
*Davis, John Samuel Champion : 
b. Feb. 21, 1859 ; s. of Rev. 
S. Davis, Vicar of Burrington, 
N. Devon ; m. Sept. 21, 1880, 
Minna Sophia, d. of William Butt, 
of Axmouth. Issue : two daugh- 
ters. Educ. Rossall ; Balliol 
187&-80 and 1891-2 (A.T.) ; B.A. 
1892 ; M.A. 1897 ; Univ. Shooting 
Eight. Union Soc. I.C.S., 
United Prov. ; Assist. Magistrate 
1880 ; Assist. Superintendent 
1882-5 ; Jun. Sec. and Joint Sec, 
Board of Revenue, 1886-91 ; 
Settlement Ofl&cer 1893-7 J Deputy 
Commissioner 1900-2 ; Commis- 
sioner 1903-6; special duty with 
Viceroy 1903; retired 1906; Lieut. 
Mussoone Volunteer Rifle Corps 
1883 ; Captain Allahabad Rifle 
Volunteers 1889 ; served in Oudh 
and United Provinces Light Horse ; 
retired with rank of major 1907 ; 
member County Education Com- 
mittee, and Territorial Force 
Assoc, Devon ; County Director, 
British Red Cross Soc, Devon- 
shire Branch ; V.D. 1901 ; J.P., 
Devon, 1906. Club : New Uni- 
versity. Address : Ebberly, Bea- 
ford, S.O., Devon. 



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*Davls, RHshworth Kennard : b. 

March 2, 1883 ; 5. of S. K. Davis, 
of The Old Vicarage, Roehampton ; 
tn. March 31, 1909, Maude Agnes, 
d. of J. A. Mack, of The Grinstead, 
Partridge Green, Sussex. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Bilton Grange; 
Rugby (Sch.) ; Balliol 1903-7 
(A.W.P.C, H.W.C.D.) ; Sch. ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1904 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1906 ; M.A. 
1909 ; Eight and Torpid. Union, 
Brakenbury, and Arnold (Pres.) 
Socs. Assist. Master, Marlborough, 
1907-. Publications : occasional 
contributions to Punch. Address : 
The Bungalow, Bath Road, Marl- 
borough. 

*Davy, Sir James Stewart : b. 1848 ; 
s. of John Davy, of Mandeville, 
Jamaica ; m. Johanna Charlotte, 
d. of J. F. Flemmich, of Roe- 
hampton. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Uppingham 
Balliol 1867-71 (B.J., T.H.G.) 
2nd CI. Mods. 1869 ; 2nd Lit 
Hum. 1871 ; B.A. and M.A. 1875 
Torpid, Eight, Fours, and Sculls 
Cricket XI. Barrister, I.T., 1878 
Chief General Inspector and Assist 
Sec. (Poor Law) Local Government 
Board 1905-13 ; C.B. 1902 ; K.C.B. 
191 1 ; J. P. Club : Oxford and 
Cambridge. A ddress : Wintergreen 
Wood, Pyrford, Surrey. 

Davy, Martin Bevill : b. Jan. 23, 
1890 ; s. of Sir J. S. Davy, K.C.B. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1909-13 
(A.D.L., N.S.T.) ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
1913 ; Torpid ; Morrison Fours. 
Address : Wintergreen Wood, 
Pyrford, Surrey. 

Dawbam, Aibertus Yelverton : b. 
Dec. 15, 1862 ; s. of William 
Dawbam, of Elmswood Hall, 
Aigburth, Liverpool. Educ. Cam- 
bridge ; Balliol 1885-7 (W. H. 
Fremantle, J.W.R.) ; 2nd Math. 
Mods. 1887; Half-blue. M.A., 
Cambridge. Publications : Dic- 
tionary of Thorough Bass, 1904 ; 
Theory of Dimensions and Integra- 
tion of Nature, 1905 ; Solution of 
Equations, 1906. Address : c/o 
J. Y, Dawbam, 23 Courtenay St., 
Waterloo, Liverpool. 



Dawe, Rev. Michael Watson Bodley : 

b. 1850 ; s. of M. W. Dawe, of 
East Chinnock, Som. ; tn. 1902, 
Mary Jane Evans, d. of John 
How, of Northam, N. Devon. 
Educ. Blundell's; Balliol 1867- 
71 (E.C.W., B.J., E.P.) ; Blun- 
dell Sch. ; 4th Theol., and B.A., 
1 871 ; M.A. 1874. Ordained 
d. 1875, p. 1876 ; Curate of 
Prittlewell 1875-7 ; Orsett 1877- 
80 ; St. Andrew's, Plaistow, 1880- 
4 ; Christ Church, Tynemouth, 
1885-6 ; St. Mary's, Lancaster, 
1886-91 ; Rector of Walkington 
1891-. Address : Walkington 
Rectory, Beverley. 

Dawldns, Clinton George Evelyn : 
b. June 16, 1882 ; s. of F. H. Daw- 
kins, Barrister-at-law. Educ. 
Trinity Coll., Glenalmond ; Bal- 
liol 1901-6 (except Oct. 1904 to 
June 1905) (A.W.P.C, A.L.S.) ; 
4th CI. Mods. 1903 ; 3rd Nat. Sci. 
(Geol.)i905 ; B.A. 1906 ; Diploma 
in Forestry 1908 ; Univ. Trial 
1903, and Coll. Eights; won 
Coxswainless Fours 1903 ; Indian 
Forest Service, Burma, 1908-. 
Address : Pyinmana, Upper Bur- 
ma, India. 

Dawklns, Horace Christian : b. 
Dec. 25, 1867 ; s. of C. G. Dawkins, 
Consul-General at Venice. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1886-9 (R.L.N., 
J.L.S.D.) ; 4th Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1890. Dervorguilla Soc. 
Clerk in House of Commons 1891— . 
Club : Travellers'. Address : 5 
Culford Mansions, London, S.W. 

Dawldns, Thomas Frederick : b. 
Aug. 22, 1867 ; s. of Rev. J. A. 
Dawkins, of Farmington, Glos. 
Educ. Rugby; Balliol 1886-90 
(F. de P., E.A., W.R.H.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1888 ; 2nd Jm:., and 
B.A., 1890. Barrister, L.I., 1894. 
Handicapper to the Jockey Club ; 
Clerk of the Course, Kempton 
Park ; Managing Director War- 
wick Race Syndicate. Clubs : 
White's, Arthur's, Windham, Ox- 
ford and Cambridge. Address : 
White's Club, London, S.W. 

Deakin, Rev. Arnold WaUord : b. 
March 31, 1889 ; s. of A. N. 



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Deakin, Head Master of Falmouth 
Gr. School. Educ. Bradfield Coll. 
(Warden's Ex.) ; Balliol 1907-10 
(J.W.R. H.W.C.D.) ; B.A. 1912. 
Arnold Soc. Ordained d. 1913. 
Address : St. Benet's, Swanage. 

Deakin, Rupert : b. July 10, 1852 ; 
s. of Andrew Deakin, of Hands- 
worth ; m. April 27, 1886, Emma 
Blanche, d. of Edward Greatorex. 
Educ. Bridge Trust School (now 
the Gr. School), Handsworth ; 
Balliol 1881-5 (J.W.R., J.W.M., 
F. de P., W.H.F., D.G.R.) ; 
Goldsmiths' Ex. ; 2nd Math. 
Mods. 1882 ; ist CI. Mods. 1883 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1885 ; B.A. 1888 ; 
M.A. 1889. B.A. 1874, M.A. 1881, 
London ; Head Master, King 
Edward's School, Stourbridge, 
1885-1905 ; Inspector and Exam. 
of Schools for Univs. of Cambridge 
and London ; Exam, in Math., 
Oxford Local Examinations ; 
ditto and English Hist., Cambridge 
ditto ; ditto, Math, and Arith- 
metic, London Univ. Jun. School 
Examination ; Occasional Lec- 
turer on Teaching of Math, to 
Students in Training as Secondary 
Teachers at Oxford ; Hon. Sec. 
Assoc, of Head Masters of En- 
dowed Schools in Midland Coun- 
ties ; Chairman Examination Com- 
mittee Union of Educational 
Institutions. Publications : an 
edition of Euclid ; New Matricu- 
lation Algebra; Euclid Riders; 
New Geometry Papers ; New School 
Geometry ; Rural Arithmetic. Ad- 
dress : 34 Bunbury Road, King's 
Norton, Birmingham. 

*Deane, Sir Henry Bai^rave Fin- 
nelly, Kt. : b. April 28, 1846 ; s. 
of Sir J. P. Deane, Kt., P.C, K.C. ; 
m. June 9, 1875, Edith Mary, d. of 
J. Lindsay Scott. Issue : one 
son. Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 
1864-8 (J.R., B.J.) ; 3rd Law and 
Hist., and B.A., 1868 ; Inter- 
national Law Prize 1870 ; M.A. 
1875 ; Cricket XI ; Eight and 
Four ; Sec. of Boat Club. Barris- 
ter 1870, Bencher 1895, I.T. ; 
Sec. of Royal Commission 
on Wellington Coll. 1879-80; 



Official Principal, Archdeaconries 
of St. Albans, Rochester, and 
Middlesex ; Recorder of Margate 
1885-1905 ; Judge of the High 
Coiu't 1905- ; Inns of Court 
Volunteers 1868-75 ; 21st Middle- 
sex Volunteers 1875-88 ; ditto, 
in command, 1888-98 ; member 
of Council 1895, Vice-Pres. 1905, 
National Rifle Assoc. ; military 
member County of London Terri- 
torial Assoc. 1906 ; contested (C.) 
Brightside Div. of Sheffield 1892 ; 
Q.C. 1896 ; V.D. Publication : 
The Law of Blockade, 1871. 
Recreations : Yachting, shooting, 
fishing. Clubs : Athenaeum, Union, 
Royal Automobile. Addresses : 
2 King's Bench Walk, Temple, 
London, E.C. ; 52 Eaton Place, 
London, S.W. 

de Gramont, Count Louis Ren6 : 
b. Jan. 10, 1883 ; s. of the 
Duke de Gramont. Educ. Lycee 
Janson de Sailly, Paris ; Balliol 
1905 (F.F.U.). Lieut, in French 
Cavalry Reserve. Address : 52 
Rue de Chaillot, Paris, France. 

de Grunne, Count William Charles 
Hubert Ghislain de Hemricourt : 
b. Oct. 14, 1888 ; s. of Count F. de 
H. de Grunne. Educ. Maredsous 
Abbey, Namur, Belgium ; Balliol 
1908-9 (F.F.U.). Union, Bra- 
kenbury, and Annandale Socs. 
Studied at Louvain Univ. En- 
tered Diplomatic Service 1912. 
Addresses : 42 Rue de la Loi, 
Brussels, Belgium ; Belgian Lega- 
tion, London. 

Dehn, Thomas George Rudolph : 
b. July 20, 1884; s. of R. J. Dehn, 
Merchant, of Manchester. Educ. 
Manchester Gr. School ( Founda- 
tion Sch.) ; Balliol 1902-7 (F. de P., 
J.L.S.D., E.H.); CI. Ex.; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1904 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1906. Union (Lib. 
Conamittee) and Arnold (Pres.) 
Socs. Barrister, I.T., 1907 ; 
Northern Circuit, practising at 
Manchester, 1908-. Cluhs : Prim- 
rose, Constitutional (Manchester). 
Addresses : 5 St. James's Square, 
and Kenmore, Didsbury Park, 
Manchester. 



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de Lledekerke, Count Raoul Eli 
Florent Marie Josepti : b. Nov. 14, 
1882 ; s. of Le Comte de Llede- 
kerke ; m. Aug. 29, 1910, Marie 
de Hemricourt, d. of Count F. de 
H. de Grunne. Educ. Maredsous 
Abbey, Namur, Belgium ; Balliol 
1902-4 (A.L.S.). Union and 
DervorguUla Socs. Attach^ to the 
Cabinet of the King of the 
Belgians ; Private Sec. to H.M. 
the King of Belgium. Address : 
58 Avenue des Arts, Brussels, 
Belgium. , 

de Monbrison, Etienne Conqu6re : 
b. March 3, i860 ; s. of Georges de 
Monbrison, of Paris. Educ. Lyc^e 
Condorcet, Paris ; Balliol 1877-8 
(J.L.S.D.). Address : 151 Boule- 
vard Haussmann, Paris, France. 

Dendy, Ralph : 6. April 26, 1893 ; 
s. of W. B. Dendy, of Swinton, 
Manchester. Educ. Haileybury ; 
Balliol 1912- (A.W.P.C.) ; CI. Ex. ; 
ist CI. Mods., 1914 ; Athletic and 
Relay teams. Union and Arnold 
(Sec. and Treas.) Socs. Address : 
Ivy House, Swinton, Manchester. 

Deneke, Alexander Alfred Henry : 
b. Oct. 8, 1892 ; s. of R. P. Deneke, 
of London. Educ. Charterhouse ; 
Balliol 1911- (E.H., N.S.T.). 
Union, Arnold, and Brakenbury 
Socs. Address : 16 Old Court Man- 
sions, Kensington, London, W. 

Denham, Harold Knight : b. May 
30, 1890 ; s. of D. F. Denham, 
of Ingleside, Annerly Road, S. 
Brisbane, Queensland. Educ. 
Sydney Univ. ; Balliol 1911- 
(H.B.H.) ; Eight ; Coxswainless 
Four. Address : Queensland 
Agency, 409 Strand, London, W.C. 

Denham, Humphrey John : b. Nov. 
15. 1893 ; s. of Rev. Canon J. R. 
Denham, of The Precinct, Roches- 
ter. Educ. Bradfield; Balliol 
1912- (H.B.H.). Address : The 
Precinct, Rochester. 

Denman, John : b. Aug. 29, 1857 ; 
s. of W. T. Denman, Solicitor, 
Calcutta ; m. Oct. 19, 1895, Helen 
Mary Emma, d. of G. F. White, 
of Sydenham. Issue : one son. 
£iMC. Marlborough ; Balliol 1878- 
9 (A.T.). I.C.S. ; passed First in 



Final Examination (Sanskrit and 
Hindi Prizes) 1880; N.W. Pro- 
vinces ; Assist. Magistrate and Col- 
lector ; Assist. Commissioner ; Joint 
Magistrate 1891 ; Small Cause 
Court Judge 1893 ; District and 
Sessions jfudge 1894 ; retired 
1907. Club : East India United 
Service. Address : 7 Border 
Crescent, Sydenham. [Died June 
20, 1911.] 

Denman, Hon. Richard Douglas : 
b. Aug. 24, 1876 ; s. of 3rd Baron 
Denman. Educ. Westminster ; 
BaUiol 1896-9 (A.L.S., W.H.F.) ; 
Stanhope Essay 1898 ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1899 ; English 
Essay 1900. Chairman, London 
Juvenile Advisory Committee, 1 91 o 
PrivateSec. to Mr. Buxton 1903-14; 
Director Marine General Mutual 
Life Assurance Society ; M.P. (L.) 
Carlisle 1910-. Club : Union. 
Addresses : 35 CampdenHill Road, 
London, W. ; 4 Paper Buildings, 
Temple, London, E.C. 

Dent, Charles Henry : b. Aug. iS, 
1865 ; s. of J. D. Dent, of Ribston 
HaU, Wetherby, Yorks. ; m. July, 
1910, Rhoda C. S., d. of M. H. 
Williams, of Pencalenick, Truro. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1884-8 
(F. de P., A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 
1888; B.A. 1889; Cricket XL 
Dervorguilla Soc. Banker 1888- ; 
Director Barclay & Co., Ltd. 
Clubs : Oxford and Cambridge ; 
Yorkshire (York). Address : c/o 
Messrs. Barclay & Co., Ltd., 
Darlington. 

Dent, Francis : b. Aug. 12, i860 ; 
s. of J. D. Dent, of Ribston Hall, 
Wetherby, Yorks. ; m. Nov. 1888, 
Geraldine, d. of E. N. Buxton, of 
Knighton, Buckhurst Hill. Issue : 
two sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Harrow ; Balliol 1879-83 (A.C.B., 
R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1880; 4th 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1883 ; Torpid 
and Eight (Capt.). Union Soc. 
Barrister, I.T., 1885 ; N.E. Cir- 
cuit ; retired 1900 ; member of 
County Council, and J. P., Essex. 
Club : Oxford and Cambridge. 
Address : Hatfields, Loughton, 
Essex. 



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*de Paraviciiil, Francis : b. Jan. < 
6, 1843 ; s. of Rev. F. de 
Paravicini, Rector of Avening ; | 
m. Frances, d. of W. W. Williams, I 
of Oxford. Educ. Marlborough ; \ 
Balliol 1863-6 ; Sch. ; ist CL I 
Mods., and Hertford Sch., 1864 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum. and Gaisford Prose \ 
Prize, 1866 ; B.A. 1867 ; M.A. 
1869. Sen. Student of Christ 
Church 1866-71 ; Tutor 1872- 
1908, CI. Lecturer 1872-8, Jun. 
Biursar 1875-9, Fellow 1878-1908, j 
Balliol. Address : Ashley Lodge, i 
Abbey Road, Torauay. j 

de Sails, Count Jonn Eugen : b. \ 
Oct. 4, 1891 ; 5. of Count J. F. C. ; 
de Salis. Educ. Beaumont Coll. ; 
Balliol 1910- (F.F.U., N.S.T.) ; ! 
won Company and Long Range 1 
Cups, and OfiScers' Challenge j 
Cup, O.T,C. ; member of Snap- j 
Shooting Team, and won and ■ 
prize. Half - Section Jumping, ! 
O.T.C., V. Cambridge ; Univ. | 
Fencing Club (Sabres) v. Cam- 
bridge 1913, 14. Address : Lough 1 
Gur House, Kilmallock, Ireland, j 

de Saram, Frederick John : b. Aug. 
10, 1875 ; s. of F. J. de Saram, of 
Colombo, Ceylon ; tn. April 23, | 
1906, Elsie Charlsbelle, d. of J. H, 



Barber, of Ukuwela, Ceylon. 1 

Issue : one daughter. Educ. Royal j de Traflord, Henry Joseph : 
Coll., Colombo; Clifton; Balliol 
1894-9 (W.H.F., J.W.R., E.J.) ; 
3rd Math. Mods. 1896 ; B.A. 
1899 ; M.A. 1902 ; Rugby XV 
(Capt.) ; Cricket XI ; Torpid (2). 
Union and Brakenbury Socs. 
Barrister, I.T., 1899; Advocate, 
Supreme Court of Ceylon, 1900 ; 
practising in Colombo ; Jun. 
Counsel to Colombo Municipal 
Council ; drafted Municipal Coun- 
cils' Ordinance, 1910, for Govern- 
ment of Ceylon. Recreations : 
Golf, tennis, cricket, shooting, 
agriculture. Clubs : Bath ; Auto- 
mobile (Ceylon). Address : 11 
KjTisey Road, Colombo, Ceylon. 
Desborough, 1st Baron, of Taplow, 
William Henry Grenfell : b. Oct. 
30, 1855 ; s. of C. W. Grenfell, 
M.P. ; m. 1887, Ethel, d. of Hon. 
Julian Fane. Issue : three sons, 

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two daughters. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1874-8 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1876 ; B.A. 1879. Pres. O.U.A.C. 
and O.U.B.C. ; ran in Three 
Miles V. Cambridge 1876 ; rowed 
V. Cambridge 1877-8 ; climbed in 
the Alps and shot in Rocky 
Mountains, India, &c. ; swam 
twioe across Niagara ; stroked 
eight across the Channel ; won 
Amateur Punting Championship 
three years ; Special Correspon- 
dent, second Suakim Campaign ; 
M.P. (C.) Salisbury 1880-2 and 
1885-6, Hereford 1892, Wycombe 
Div. of Bucks. 1900-5 ; Private 
Sec. to Chancellor of Exchequer 
1885 ; High Sheriff of Bucks. 
1890 ; Mayor of Maidenhead 
1895-7 ; member of Tariff Com- 
mission 1904 ; won Epee Prize, 
Military Tournament, 1904-6 ; 
Chairman of Thames Conservancy 
Board ; Pres. of London Chamber 
of Commerce ; Chancellor of the 
Primrose League ; C.V.O., J.P. ; 
D.L. Publications : articles on 
Rocky Mountains, Rowing, House 
of Lords, Bimetallism. Recrea- 
tions : Hunting, rowing, punting, 
shooting, fishing. Clubs : Turf, 
Travellers', Carlton. Address : 
Taplow^ Court, Bucks._ 

July 30, 1877; s. of AT H. de 
Trafford, of Haselour Hall, Tam- 
worth. Educ. Stonyhurst Coll. ; 
Balliol 1898-1902 (E.J.) ; B.A. 
1903. Barrister, I.T., 1907. Capt. 
3rd South Staffs. Regiment 
(Special Reserve) ; J.P. Staffs. 
Recreations : Hunting, shooting. 
Club : Bath. Address : Haselour 
Hall, Tamworth. 

Dettmann, Herbert Stanley : b. 
Oct. 25, 1875 ; s. of John Dett- 
mann, of Sydney, N.S.W. Educ. 
High School and the Univ., Syd- 
ney, N.S.W. ; Balliol 1899-1902 
(J.L.S.D., J.A.S., E.J.) ; Ex. ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1901 ; 2nd B.C.L., and 
B.A., 1902; M.A. andB.C.L. X906. 
B.A., Sydney, 1897; Acting Prof, 
of Classics, and Hon. M.A., Ade- 
laide, 1906: Prof, of Classics, 
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1908-. Address: University Col- 
lege, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Devenish, William Hammond : b. 
1861 ; s. of Rev. C. W. Devenish, 
of Pensford, Bristol. Educ, Win- 
chester ; Balliol 1880-1 ; Sch. 
of Brasenose, and 3rd CI. Mods., 
1883 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1884. Barrister, M.T., 1886 ; 
Solicitor 1893. Addresses : 13 and 
14 Walbrook, London, E.C. ; 
26 South Eaton Place, Belgravia, 
London, S.W. 

de Vere, Gaston Louis Duohein: b. 
Oct. 14, 1881 ; s. of H. D. de Vere, 
of London. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
1900-4 (A.W.P.C, H.W.C.D.); Ex.; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1902. 

Dewar, Robert : b. March 10, 
1882 ; s. of Alexander Dewar, of 
Dankeith, Kilmarnock. Educ. 
Irvine Royal Academy ; Glasgow 
Univ. ; Balliol 1905-7 (A.L.S.). 
M.A. Glasgow ; Assist, to Prof, 
of English 1907-10 ; ditto, and 
Lecturer in English, 1 910-12, 
Glasgow Univ. ; Prof, of English 
Lit., University Coll., Reading, 
1912-. Addresses : Dankeith, Kil- 
marnock; St. Patrick's Hall, 
Reading. 

de Wesselow, Rev. Charles Hare 
Simpkinson : formerly Simpkin- 
son ; b. March 11, 1855; s. of 
Rev. J. N. Simpkmson, of Har- 
row ; m. Nov. 14, 1882, Hen- 
rietta Lucy, d. of R. O. White. 
Issue : two sons, one daughter. 
Educ. Haileybinry (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1874-8 (J.F.B.) ; ist Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1877; M.A. 1881. 
Ordained d. 1878, p. 1879 ; Curate 
of St. Mark's, Kennington, 1878- 
80; St. Mary's,.Lewisham, 1880-1 ; 
Vicar of Holy Trinity, Greenwich, 
1881-7 ; St. Paul's, Newington, 
Surrey, 1887-94 ; Rector of Farn- 
ham 1894-7 ; Stoke-on-Trent 
1897-1904 ; Vicar of Eynsford, 
Kent, 1904-6 ; Exam. Chapl. to 
Bishop of Winchester 1891-1903 ; 
ditto. Archbishop of Canterbury, 
1903 ; Proctor Li Convocation 
1900. Publications : A South 
London Parish, 1893 5 Life and 
Times of Archbishop Laud, 1894 ; 



Life and Work of Bishop Thorold, 
3rd ed., 1896 ; History of England 
(to 1603), 1897 ; ditto (to 1898), 

1898 ; History Readers for Ele- 
mentary Schools, 1 898-1 901 ; Life 
of Major-General Harrison, 1906 ; 
Editor Laud's Controversy with 
Fisher, 1902. Club : Athenaeum. 
Address : c/o National Provincial 
Bank, Stoke-upon-Trent. [Died 
Sept. 22, 1912.] 

♦Dewhm-st, Robert Paget : b. July 
21, 1869 ; s. of James Dewhurst, 
of Clitheroe ; m. Nov. 30, 1893, 
Florence Frances Maud, d. of 
Rev. W. Millington, Rural Dean 
of N. Meols, Lanes. Issue : three 
sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Clitheroe Royal Gr. School ; 
Balliol 1888-93 (E.A., R.L.N., 
J.W.R.) ; Math. Sch. ; Jun. Math. 
Ex., 2nd CI. Mods., and ist 
Math. Mods., 1890 ; ist Math. 
1892 ; B.A. 1893 ; M.A. 1902. 
I.C.S., United Prov. ; Assist. 
Commissioner, Magistrate, and 
Collector, 1893 ; Joint Magistrate 

1899 ; Under Sec. to Government 
1 900-1 ; Reader in Persian, Univ. 
of Oxford, 1904-5 ; Deputy Com- 
missioner 1906 ; District and 
Sessions Judge 1909- ; gained 
Degree of Honour in Arabic, Per- 
sian, Urdu, and Hindi, and passed 
Higher Proficiency Examination 
in Sanskrit ; F.R.G.S. ; M.R.A.S. 
Publications : translation of Naf- 
hat-ul-Yaman ; and various com- 
munications to Journal of Royal 
Asiatic Soc. Address : Gonda, 
Oudh, India. 

de Wiart, Adrian Carton : b. May 5, 
1880; s. of L. C. de Wiart, of 
Cairo. Educ. Oratory School, 
Edgbaston ; Balliol 1899-1901 
(E.J., H.W.C.D). Capt. 4th Dra- 
goon Guards. Address : White's, 37 
St. James's St., London, S.W. 

*de Wlnton, Yen. Frederic Henry: 
b. Jan. 19, 1852 ; s. of Ven. 
Henry de Winton, Archdeacon of 
Brecon. Educ. Uppingham (Sch.); 
Balliol 1871-5 (T.H.G., J.L.S.D., 
R.L.N.) ; Minor Ex. ; 1st CI. 
Mods. 1872 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1875 ; M.A. 1877 ; and in 



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Coll. Half-Mile. Assist. Tutor, 
St. Boniface Missionary Coll., 
Warminster, 1876 ; Fellow of 
Jesus Coll. 1877-8 ; ordained d. 
1876, p. 1877 ; Incumbent of St. 
Mark, Badulla, Ceylon, and Domes- 
tic Chapl. to Bishop of Colombo, 
1879-84 ; St. John, Kalatara, 
1886-91 ; Exam. Chapl. to Bishop 
of Colombo 1888 ; Commissary, 
ditto, 1904 ; Dio. Inspector of 
Schools 1893-1900 ; Archdeacon 
of Colombo 1902- ; Commissary to 
Bishop of Calcutta 1902-3 ; acted 
thrice as Officiating Chapl. to 
Forces, Colombo. Club : West- 
minster. Address : Colombo, Cey- 
lon. 

Dews, Albert : b. Aug. 6, 1867 ; 
s. of F. B. Dews, of Wakefield ; 
m. Dec. 28, 1910, Ethel Gertrude, 
d. of B. G. Bentham, of Rochester. 
Educ. Rishworth Gr. School ; 
BaUiol 1886-9 (W.H.F., J.L.S.D., 
R.L.N., E.A.) ; Minor Ex. ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1887; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1889. Assist. Master, 
Ipswich, 1890-2 ; Prof, of Classics 
and Moral Philosophy, Codrington 
Coll., Barbados, 1892-5 ; Head 
Master, Wolmer's School, Kings- 
ton, Jamaica, 1895-1 901 ; Assist. 
Master, King's School, Rochester, 
1902-. Addresses: King's School, 
and 5 Langdon Road, Rochester, 
Kent. 

♦Dibblee, George Binney : b. May 
17, 1868 ; s. of F. L. Dibblee, 
P.W.D., India ; m. March 14, 
1904, Laura Sterling Thomson, 
of New York. Issue : two 
daughters. Educ. Haileybury ; 
Balliol 1887-90 (A.L.S.) ; Braken- 
bury Sch. and Williams Ex. ; ist 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1890 ; 
M.A. 1896. Brakenbiiry and 
Annandale Socs. Fellow of All 
Souls 1890 ; Manager, Manchester 
Guardian, 1892-1902 ; Printer 
and Publisher of various periodi- 
cals and books, 1902-13 ; General 
Manager of the Field, Queen, and 
other papers, 191 3-. Clubs : 
United University, Savile. Ad- 
dress : Watford Old Farm, Guild- 
ford, Surrey. 



♦Dicey, Albert Venn : b. Feb. 4, 
1835 ; s. of T. E. Dicey, of Clay- 
brook Hall, Leics. ; m. 1872, 
Elinor Mary, d. of J. Bonham 
Carter, M.P., of Petersfield. 
Educ. Private ; King's Coll. 
School ; Balliol 1854-60 (B.J.) ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1856 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1858 ; Arnold Prize 
i860; M.A. 1861 ; B.C.L. 1877; 
Hon. D.C.L. 1907. Union Soc. 
(Pres. 1859). Fellow i860, Hon. 
ditto 1 894, Trinity Coll. Barrister, 
I.T., 1867 ; Northern Circuit ; 
Counsel to Inland Revenue 1876- 
90 ; Vinerian Prof, of English 
Law, Oxford, 1 882-1 909 ; Emeri- 
tus Prof. 1909 ; Fellow of All 
Souls 1882- ; Official Fellow for 
Law Students, Balliol, 1886-9 J 
Lecturer at Harvard Univ. Law 
School 1898 ; Principal of Work- 
ing Men'sColl., London,'i899-i9i3 ; 
Lecturer in Private International 
Law, Oxford, 1910-13 ; Hon. LL.D. 
Glasgow 1883, Edinburgh 1886, 
Univ. of Princeton, N.J., 1898, 
Cambridge 1898 ; Q.C. 1890 ; 
F.B.A. Publications : The Privy 
Council (Arnold Essay i860) ; 
Parties to Actions, 1870 ; The Law 
of Domicil, 1879 ; The Law of the 
Constitution, 1885 ; England's 
Case Against Home Rule, 1886 ; 
Unionist Delusions, 1887 ; The 
Verdict, 1890 ; A Leap in the Dark, 
1893 ; The Conflict of Laws, 1896 ; 
Law and Opinion in England 
during the Nineteenth Century, 
1905 ; Letters to a Friend on Votes 
for Women, 1909 ; various articles 
to journals and reviews 1862-. 
Club : Athenaeum. Addresses : 
The Orchard, Banbiury Road, and 
All Souls College, Oxford. 

Dickinson, Humphrey Neville : b. 
Jan. 15, 1882 ; s. of Henry 
Dickinson, of Harrow. Educ. 
Harrow ; Balliol 1900-4 (E.J.) ; 
3rd Jur. 1904 ; B.A. 1905. 
Barrister, I.T., 1905. Addresses : 
3 Paper Buildings, Temple, Lon- 
don, E.C. ; Peterborough House, 
Harrow-on-the-Hill. 

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Dingwall, James : b. 1866 ; s. 
of Robert Dingwall, of Tarland, 
Aberdeen. Educ. Aberdeen Univ.; 
Balliol 1888 (W.R.H.). 

Dixon, Charles William : b. April 
29, 1888 ; s. of J. W. Dixon of 
Manchester. Educ. Clifton (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1907-11 (C.B., A.D.L.); 
Domus Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1909 ; 
ist Lit. Hum. 1911; B.A. 1912. 
Union and Arnold Socs. 2nd 
Class Clerk, Colonial Office, 1911-. 
Address : Colonial Office, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

Dixon, Gerald Cionroy : b. Aug. 4, 

1886 ; s. of Prof. H. B. Dixon, of 
Manchester Univ. Educ. Charter- 
house ; Balliol 1905-8 (H.B.H.) ; 
2nd Nat. Sci. (Phys.), and B.A., 
1908 ; Univ. Lacrosse Team 1906, 
7, 8. Arnold Soc. Entrance Sch. 
in Medicine 1908, M.B. and Ch.B. 
1912, Victoria Univ., Manchester. 
Address : Beechey House, Vic- 
toria Park, Manchester. 
^Dixon, Harold Baily : b. Aug. n, 
1852 ; s. of W. H. Dixon, editor of 
The Athenaeum ; m. July 14, 1885, 
Olive Beechey, d. of E. M. Hopkins, 
of Montreal. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Westminster 
(Sch.) ; Christ Church ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1873 ; 1st Nat. Sci., and 
B.A., 1875 ; M.A. 1878 ; Univ. 
Assoc. XI ; Christ Church and 
Trinity Cricket XI's ; Jun. Student 
of Christ Church ; Millard Lecturer 
at Trinity 1879-86 ; Bedford Lec- 
turer 1879-87, Fellow 1886-7, 
Balliol ; Prof, of Chemistry and 
Director of Chemical Laboratories, 
Owens Coll., (afterwards Univ. of) 
Manchester, 1886- ; Chairman, 
General Board of Studies, 1893-5, 
Dean of Faculty of Science 1905-6, 
Pro-Vice-Chancellor 1909-10, Univ. 
of Manchester ; Pres. of Chemistry 
Section, British Assoc, 1894 ; 
Member of Royal Commission on 
Explosion of Coal Dust in Mines 
1891-4 ; Royal Commission on 
Coal Supplies 190 1-5 ; Hofmann 
Lecturer, German Chemical Soc, 
1905 ; Pres. Manchester Literary 
and Philosophical Soc. 1907-8 ; 
Chemical Society 1909-11 ; mem- 



ber of Home Office Executive 
Committee on the Prevention of 
Explosions in Coal-mines, 191 1-; 
F.R.S. ; Royal Medal 1913. Pub- 
lications : Conditions of Chemical 
Change in Gases, 1884 ; Rate of 
Explosion in Gases, 1893 ; The 
Movements of Flame in Explosions, 
1903 ; The Atomic Weight of 
Chlorine, 1905 ; The Ignition 
Point of Gases, 1909 ; Report to 
Trinity House on Lighthouse Illu- 
minants ; ditto Board of Trade on 
Standards of Light ; Reports from 
Home Office Experimental Station, 
Eskmeals, Ctunberland, on explo- 
sions in mines. Clubs : Alpine ; 
Brazenose, Rucksack (Manchester). 
Address : Beechey House, Fallow- 
field, Manchester. 

Dixon, Lloyd : b. May 26, 1886 ; 
s. of Amasa Dixon. Educ. Mount 
Allison Coll., Harvard ; Sackville 
High School ; Balliol 1910-13 
(J.W.R., H.W.C.D.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; 
dist. in Jun. Math. Sch. 191 1 ; 3rd 
Math. 1912 ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 
1913; Robert Herbert Memorial 
Prize 1913-14 ; Univ. Lacrosse 
Team v . Cambridge, 1912,13. Ad- 
dress : Sackville, New Brunswick, 
Canada. 

*Dobbs, Archibald Edward : b. 1838 ; 
s. of A. E. Dobbs, of Castle Dobbs, 
Co. Antrim, Barrister-at-Law. 
Educ. Rugby; Balliol 1857-62; 
B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. Barrister 
L.I., 1865 ; J.P. ; D.L. Address : 
Castle Dobbs, Carrickfergus, Co. 
Antrim. 

Dodd, Charles Edward Shuter : b. 
May 2, 1891 ; s. of H. W. Dodd, 
F.R.C.S., of London. Educ. Har- 
row ; Balliol 1910- (A.W.P.C, 
C.B., A.D.L.); Domus Ex., and 
Hon. Sch. ; Craven Sch., and dist. 
in Hertford Sch., 1911 ; 1st CI. 
Mods., and Hertford and Ireland 
Schs.,1912; Assoc. XL Union and 
Arnold Socs. Address : 136 Harley 
St., London, W. 

Dodd, Roderic James Shuter : b. 
June 19, 1894 ; s. of H. W. Dodd, 
F.R.C.S., of London. Educ. Har- 
row ; Balliol 1913- (A.W.P.C.) ; 
Hon. Ex. ; Assoc. XI. Union and 



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Arnold Socs. i4(WfMS : 136 Harley 
Street, London, W. 

Doderet, William : b. Sept. 30, 
1862 ; s. of Frederic Doderet, of 
London ; m. Dec. 31, 1884, Mar- 
garet Robertson, d. of James 
Macdonald, J. P., of Bombay. 
Issue : two daughters. Educ. 
University Coll. School, London ; 
Germany ; Balliol 1880-3. Union 
Soc. I.C.S., Bombay ; Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector 1883 ; 
Forest Settlement Officer 1888 ; 
2nd Assist. 1890 ; Special Under 
Sec. to Govt., Department of 
Famine Relief, 1893 ; ist Assist. 
1893 ; Jun. Collector 1897 ; Politi- 
cal Agent, Dangs, 1901 ; Sen. 
Collector 1902 ; Divisional Com- 
missioner 1907-8 ; retired 1909 ; 
passed in Marithi (High Pro- 
ficiency Test) and in Gujerati and 
Hindustani (Vernacular Test) ; 
Lecturer in Marathi, Univ. of 
Cambridge, 1910-. Address : East 
India United Service Club, St. 
James's Square, London, S.W. 

Dodgson, Reginald Charles Frede- 
rick I b. May 12, 1890 ; s. of 
C. H. Dodgson, of Braishfield 
House, Braishfield, Hants. Educ. 
Private ; Rugby ; Balliol 1909-10 
(A.W.P.C, A.D.L., N.S.T.) ; Bra- 
kenbury Sch. Address : Fir Toll, 
Mayfield, Sussex. 

Dodson, Joseph Edward : b. Nov. 4, 
1885 ; s. of Edward Dodson, of 
Sheffield. Educ. Sheffield Gr. 
School ; Balliol 1904-7 (H.B.H.) ; 
3rd Math. Mods. 1906 ; 2nd 
Nat. Sci. (Chem.) 1907. Assist. 
Master Liverpool CoU. Address : 
College House, Sefton Park, 
Liverpool. 

Doe, Arthur Brittan : b. Aug. 22, 
1890; s. of J. B. Doe, of Mil- 
waukee, Wisconsin. Educ. Wis- 
consin Univ. ; Balliol 1913- (E.H.) ; 
Rhodes Sch. Arnold Soc. Address : 
517 Juneau Place, Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin, U.S.A. 

♦Don, Robert Bogle : b. Dec 5, 
1853 ; s. of John Don, of Broughty 
Ferry ; tn. July 6, 1882, Lucy 
Flora, d. of Archibald Campbell, 
of Hong Kong. Issue : five sons. 



Educ. Clifton (Sch.) ; Balliol 1873- 
5 (H.J.S.S., W.W.F., T.H.G., E.A.) 
Brakenbury Sch. (Nat. Sci.) ; 
ist Nat. Sci., and B.A., 1875 ; 
M.A. 1880. Union and Dervor- 
guilla (Sec.) Socs. Merchant and 
Mill owner in Dundee ; Director 
of Don Brothers, Buist & Co., 
Ltd., and of several large Invest- 
ment Trust Companies ; formerly 
Pres. Dundee Chamber of Com- 
merce ; Chairman Dundee Savings 
Bank ; member of Council of 
University Coll., Dundee, 1886-. 
Recreations : Shooting, golf. Clubs : 
New University, University (Edin- 
biurgh). Royal and Ancient St. 
Andrews. Address :Te3Mnglio\ise, 
near Dundee. 

Douie, Sir James McCrone: b.1854; 
s. of Rev. D. B. Douie, of Edin- 
burgh ; m. 1885, Frances Mary 
Elizabeth, d. of Sir Charles Roe. 
Issue : two sons, four daugh- 
ters. Educ. High School, and 
Univ., Edinburgh ; Balliol 1875-6 
(J.L.S.D.) ; Boden Sch. 1876 ; 
I.C.S., Punjab ; Executive and 
Secretariat Appointments 1876-98; 
Commissioner, Lahore Division, 
1899 ; Chief Sec. to Govt. 1900-2 ; 
Settlement Commissioner 1903—7 ; 
Commissioner, Rawalpindi Divi- 
sion, 1907-9 ; Financial Commis- 
sioner 1 909-1 1 ; Lieut.-Governor, 
April-Aug. 1 91 1 ; Member Legis- 
lative Council 1900-2, 1903-7, 
1909-11 ; retired 191 1 ; C.S.I. 
1906 ; K.C.S.I. 1911 ; Fellow of 
Linnean and Royal Statistical 
Socs. Address : 2 Chadlington 
Road, Oxford. 

Down, Rev. Alexander Thornton : 
b. Jan. 7, 1884 ; s. of Captain W. T. 
Down, R.N. Educ. Chigwell 
School, Essex (House Sch., Mills 
Ex.); Balliol 1902-5 (C.B.,E.J.P.); 
3rd Theol., and B.A., 1905 ; M.A. 
1909. Arnold Soc. Assist. Master, 
Catherington House Preparatory 
School, Horndean, 1905-6 ; Stu- 
dent at Wells Theol. Coll. 1906-7 ; 
ordained d. 1907, p. 1908 ; Curate 
of Raunds 1 907-11 ; St. Andrew's, 
Walsall, 1911-. Address : St. 
Andrew's, Walsall. 



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Downes, Osear Clayton : b. Oct. 9, 
1884 ; s. of Sir Arthur H. Downes, 
Kt. Educ. Charterhouse ; Balliol 
1903-3 (H.W.C.D.); Assoc. XL 
Dervorguilla Soc. 5th Fusiliers 
1904 ; trans, to 4th Batt. Rifle 
Brigade, Lieut., 1908 ; Capt. 
1913 ; Assist. Supt. of Gymnasia, 
Irish Command, 191 3. Clubs : 
Jun. Naval and Military, Royal 
Automobile. Address : Curragh 
Camp, Co. Kildare, Ireland. 

Dowson, Sydney Houghton : b. Aug. 
6, J 884 ; s. of Frank Dowson, of 
King's Lynn. Educ. Repton ; 
Balliol 1903-6 (C.B., A.L.S.) ; 3rd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1906. 
Address : East End, West Meon, 
Petersfield. 

Draffen, George Algernon : b. April 
23, 1858 ; s. of Col. W. P. Draffen, 
R.M.A. ; m. April 23, 1892, Bea- 
trice M. A., d. of George Wood, 
M.D., of Ackworth, Yorks. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Private ; King's Coll. School ; 
St. Mary Hall 1879 ; Wadham 
1881 ; New-Inn-Hall 1884 ; Bal- 
liol 1887 ; Wadham Torpid and 
Eight. Union Soc. Underwriting 
Member of Lloyd's 1885-1903 ; 
late Lieut.-Col., 4th Border Regi- 
ment ; Esquire of the Grand 
Priory of the Order of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem. Recrea- 
tions : Cycling, golf, lawn tennis, 
shooting. Clubs : Oxford and 
Cambridge, Prince's, Marylebone, 
White's. Address: Hilbre, Shering- 
ham, Norfolk. 

Drake, John CoUard Bernard : b. 
March 7, 1884 ; s. of Felix Drake, 
of North Coker, Yeovil. Educ. 
Blundell's (Sch.) ; Balliol 1902-8 
(F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; Blundell Sch. ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1904 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum. 1906 ; B.A. 1907 ; Univ. 
Freshmen's, 1903, and Coll. Cricket 
XI's ; Univ. 1905, and Coll. (Capt.) 
Hockey XI's; Assoc. XI. Dervor- 
guilla Soc. I.C.S., Lower Bengal, 
1908 ; Sub-Divisional Officer, Kur- 
seong, Darjeeling ; trans, to Bihar 
and Orissa 1912; Under-Sec. to 
Government, Revenue Depart- 
ment. Recreations : Polo, tennis. 



golf, cricket, hockey, football, pig- 
sticking, bridge. Addresses : North 
Coker, Yeovil ; c/o King, Hamil- 
ton & Co., Calcutta, India. 

*Dredge, Joseph Alan : b. March z, 
1872 ; s. of Joseph Dredge, of 
Hereford. Educ. Hereford County 
Coll. ; Balliol 1892-5 (F. de P., 
E.A., W.H.F.); 2nd CL Mods, 
1894 ; B.A. and M.A. 1913. 
Address : c/o H. S. King & Co., 
65 Cornhill, E.C. 

Du Bos, Charles : b. Oct. 27, 1882 ; 
s. of Auguste Du Bos, of Pjuris. 
Educ. Lycee Janson de Tailly ; 
Balliol 1900-1 (J.L.S.D.). Address : 
49 Rue de la Tour, Paris (XVI), 
France. 

Du Boulay, Sir James Houssemayne : 
b. April 15, 1868 ; s. of Rev. 
J. T. H. Du Boulay, of Winchester 
Coll. ; m. 1 901, Freda Elais Butts, 
d. of Alfred Howell. Issue : one 
son, two daughters. Educ. Win- 
chester ; Balliol 1887-9 (W.M.) ; 
Cricket and Assoc. XI's. Annan- 
dale Soc. I.C.S., Bombay, 1889 ; 
Private Sec. to Governor of Bom- 
bay (Baron Northcote) 1902 ; ditto 
(LordLamington) 1904-7; Political 
Sec. to Government of Bombay, 
1909-10 ; Private Sec. to Viceroy 
(Baron Hardinge of Penshurst) 
1910-; CLE. 1906; K.C.I.E. 
1 91 1. Club : East India United 
Service. Address : c/o King, 
King & Co., Bombay, India. 

Ducat, Yen. William Methven Gor- 
don : b. March 17, 1847 ; s. of 
J. S. Ducat, W.S., of Edinburgh ; 
m. May 7, 1878, Fanny Marian, 
d. of A. A. Webbe, of London. 
Educ. Edinburgh Academy (Gold 
Medallist) ; Glasgow Univ. ; Bal- 
liol 1867-71 (E.C.W., T.H.G.); 
Snell Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1869 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1870 ; B.A. 1872 ; 
M.A. 1874 ; prize-winner Coll. 
Regatta and Sports. Jeffrey Gold 
Medallist, Glasgow Univ. ; or- 
dained d. 1873, p. 1874 ; Curate 
of All Souls, Langham Place, 
1874 ; Chapl. 1876-7, Principal 
1883-94, Cuddesdon Theol. Coll. ; 
Rector of Lamplugh 1877-80 ; 
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1880-3 ; Rural Dean, Cuddesdon, 
1890-4, Reading, 1899-1903 ; Vicar 
of St. Giles's, Reading, 1894-1903 ; 
Hon. Canon of Christ Church 
1894 ; Archdeacon of Berkshire 
1903-. Publication: Hints to 
Those Preparing for Holy Orders. 
Clubs : Westminster; Berkshire 
(Reading). Address: Ripon Lodge, 
Bath Road, Reading. 

Ducker, Sidney Herbert: see Tucker, 
Albert Edward. 

Duff, Charles Patrick : b. July 20, 
1889 ; s. of Harry Duff, of All 
Souls and Balliol Colls., Oxford. 
£(iMC. Blundell's ; Balliol 1 907-11 
(F. de P., C.B., J.A.S., H.M.W.) ; 
Blundell Sch ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1909; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 191 1. 
I.C.S. Address : 36 St. Margaret's 
Road, Oxford. 

Dugdale, Edgar Trevelyan Strat- 
ford : b. July 22, 1876 ; s. of W. S. 
Dugdale, of Merevale Hall, Ather- 
stone ; tn. 1902, Blanche, d. of 
Col. Eustace Balfoiu:. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1895-8 (F.F.U.) ; Torpid 
(Head of River). Dervorguilla Soc. 
(Pres.). Underwriting member of 
Lloyd's 1905- ; J. P. Leicester- 
shire. Addresses : Burbage Hall, 
Hinckley ; i Roland Gardens, 
London, S.W. 

Dugdale, William Francis Strat- 
ford : b. Oct. 20, 1872 ; s. of W. S. 
Dugdale, of Merevale Hall, Ather- 
stone. Educ. Castlemoimt, Dover ; 
Eton ; Balliol 1 891-5 (E.A.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1893 ; 4th Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1895. Dervor- 
guilla Soc. Travelled for two 
years after leaving Oxford ; en- 
gaged in estate and colliery 
management ; member of County 
Council and other public bodies ; 
Trustee of Rugby School. Clubs : 
Travellers', Brooks's, Athenaemn, 
Oxford and Cambridge. Ad- 
dresses : Merevale Hall, Ather- 
stone, Warwickshire ; 20 Pall 
Mall, London, S.W. 

Duncan, Viscount : see Camper- 
down, Earl of. 

Duncan, Harold Handasyde : &. June 
15, 1885 ; s. of A. H. F. Duncan, 



late R.N. Educ. Eton; Balliol 
1904-8 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.) ; B.A. 
1913. Address : St. James's Club, 
Piccadilly, London, W. 

Dimcan, John : b. Nov. 23, 1880 ; 
s. of John Duncan, of Penarth, 
Glam. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
1899-1903 (A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1903. Brakenbury Soc. 
Barrister, I.T., 1906 ; S. African 
Medal (five clasps) 1900 ; Journal- 
ist. Address: South Wales Daily 
News, Cardiff. 

*Dunean, Rev. John Murray : b. 
Sept. 13, 1884 ; s. of Rev. J. 
Duncan, Canon of Salisbury, and 
Vicar of Calne. Educ. Eton 
(Foundation Sch.) ; Balliol 1903-7 
(A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1907 ; M.A. 1910. Cuddes- 
don Theol. Coll. 1908 ; ordained 
d. 1909, p. 1910 ; Curate of All 
Saints, Chesterfield, 1909-10; 
Stapenhill 1910-13 ; St. Mary's, 
Stoke Newington, 191 3-. Address : 
2 Glebe Place, Stoke Newington. 

*Duncan, Patrick : b. Dec. 21, 
1870 ; s. of John Duncan, of 
Fortrie, Gamrie, BanfCs. Educ. 
George Watson's Coll., and the 
Univ., Edinburgh ; Balliol 1889- 
93 (F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; Sch. and 
Warner Ex. ; Craven Sch. 1890 ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1891 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1893 ; M.A. 1907. 
Union and Brakenbury Socs. 
Inland Revenue Department 
1894 ; Treas. 1 901-4, Colonial Sec. 
1904-7, Acting Lieut.-Gover- 
nor 1906, Transvaal ; Barrister, 
I.T., 1907 ; Advocate, Supreme 
Court of Transvaal, 1908 ; member 
House of Assembly in Parlia- 
ment of Union of S. Africa 
1910 ; C.M.G. 1904. Clubs : 
Oxford and Cambridge, Savile, 
Rand (Johannesburg). Address : 
17 Sauer's Buildings, Johannes- 
burg, S. Africa. 

Dunckley, Rev. William : b. Feb. 
13, 1853 ; s. of Charles Dunckley, 
of Wolverhampton ; m. Aug. i, 
1907, Edith Mary, d. of C. I. 
Beard, M.D. Educ. Wolverhamp- 
ton Gr. School ; Balliol 1873-6 
(F. de P.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1873 ; 



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B.A. 1877 ; M.A. 1879. Union 
Soc. Ordained d. 1882, p. 1883 ; 
Curate of Edlesborough 1882-4 ; 
St. Pancras, London, 1884 ; St. 
Mary's, Paddington, 1 885-1 900 ; 
member of Paddington Vestry and 
Board of Guardians 1894-1900 ; 
Vicar of St. Luke's, Uxbridge 
Road, London, W., 1900- ; mem- 
ber of Hammersmith Board of 
Guardians 1904-10. Recreations : 
Football, rowing, cricket. Ad- 
dress : St. Luke's Vicarage, Ux- 
bridge Road, London, W. 

Dundas, David, The Hon. Lord 
Dundas : b. June 8, 1854 ; s. of 
George Dundas (Hon. Lord Manor), 
one of the Senators of the Coll. of 
Justice in Scotland ; tn. 1885, 
Helen (d. 1897), d. of D. B. 
Wauchope, of E^burgh. Educ. 
Edinburgh Academy ; Balliol 
1872-6 (F. de P., E.A., T.H.G., 
R.L.N.) ; istCl. Mods. 1873; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1876; B.A. 1877; 
Torpid ; Eight ; Cricket XI. 
Dervorguilla Soc. Studied Law at 
Edinburgh Univ. 1876-8 ; Scot- 
tish Bar 1878 ; Q.C. 1897 ; 
Solicitor-General for Scotland 
1903-5 ; Senator of the Coll. of 
Justice in Scotland 1905- ; con- 
tested (C.) Linlithgowshire 1900 ; 
member of Court, former Assessor 
to a series of Lord Rectors, and 
to the Chancellor (Rt. Hon. A. J. 
Balfour, M.P.), and Hon. LL.D., 
Edinburgh Univ. ; D.L. County 
and City of Edinburgh. Clubs : 
Wellington; New, and Conserva- 
tive (Edinbiurgh). Address : 11 
Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh. 

Dunleath, 2nd Baron, Henry Lyle 
Mulholland : b. Jan. 30, 1854 ; 
s. of John Mulholland, M.P. ; 
created ist Baron Dunleath 1892 ; 
tn. 1881, Norah Louisa Fanny, d. 
of Capt. the Hon. Somerset Ward. 
Issue : four sons, one daughter. 
Educ. Eton ; Royal Military 
Academy, Woolwich ; BaUiol 
1877-80; and Mod. Hist. 1880; 
B.A. 1881 ; Eight ; Fovu:. Lieut. 
Royal Engineers 1873-8 ; Capt. 
and Major 5th Batt. Royal Irish 
Rifles 1882-95 ; M.P. (C.) North 



Londonderry 1885-95 ; member 
of Royal Commission on Electrical 
Communications with Lighthouses 
and Lightships, General Synod, 
Church of Ireland, Standing Com- 
mittee, Ulster Unionist Council, 
Dio. Council for Down, Connor, and 
Dromore, and of Senate, Queen's 
Univ., Belfast ; Pres. of Annual 
Congress of Royal Sanitary In- 
stitute 1911. Recreations: Yacht- 
ing, shooting, golf. Clubs : Carl- 
ton, Bachelors', Royal Yacht 
Squadron. Address : Bally waiter 
Park, Co. Down, Ireland. 

*Dunlop, Charles Robertson : b. 
Jan. 9, 1876 ; s. of Professor 
James Dunlop, M.D., of Glasgow. 
Educ. High School, Glasgow ; 
King William's Coll., Isle of Man 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1894-7 (T.R., 
E.J.) ; 2nd Jur., and B.A., 1897 ; 
ist B.C.L. 1900 ; M.A. and B.C.L. 
1903 ; Eight. Studied Law at 
Glasgow Univ. (Prizeman in Scots 
Law) ; Barrister, I.T., 1901 ; 
practised in Admiralty and Com- 
mercial Courts ; Reader and 
Lecturer, Incorporated Law So- 
ciety, 1903-10 ; appointed Jun. 
Counsel for Admiralty Division 
by Lords Commissioners of the 
Admiralty 1911. Publication : 
rewrote and revised Book V of 
15th ed. Stephens' Commentaries 
on the Laws of England, and 15th 
ed. of Abbott's Law of Merchant 
Ships and Seamen. Recrea- 
tion : Riding. Clubs : Bath, 
Ranelagh. Addresses : 64 South 
Audley St., Grosvenor Square, 
London, W. ; 2 Paper Buildings, 
Temple, London, E.C. 

Dutton, JBdward Lenox : see Sher- 
borne, Baron. 

Dwight, Winthrop Edwards : b. 
Dec. 23, 1872 ; s. of Timothy 
Dwight, of New Haven, Conn., 
U.S.A. Educ. Private; Yale 
Univ. (B.A. 1893, Ph.D. 1895, 
LL.B. 1896) ; BalUol i897(A.L.S.). 
Address : 62 Cedar St., New York 
City, U.S.A. 

Dyer, Charles Nettelton : b. AprU 
24, 1878 ; s. of Frederick Dyer, 
of Croydon. Educ. Clifton ; Bal- 



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liol 1897-1901 (W.H.F., A.L.S.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1899 ; ist Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1901 ; Univ. 
Trial and Coll. Eights. Braken- 
bury Soc. (Pres.). Solicitor 1904 ; 
engaged in mercantile business ; 
Lieut. Hon. Artillery Co. Club : 
Bath. Addresses : 17 Alderman- 
bury, London, E.C. ; Pentlands, 
Park Hill Road, Croydon, London. 

Dyer, Charles Volney : b. Dec. 22, 
1890 ; s. of Louis Dyer, of 
Oxford. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
1909-10 (J.W.R.). 

Dyer, James Ferguson : b. July 2, 
1880 ; s. of Henry Dyer, LL.D., 
Civil Engineer, of Glasgow ; m. 
Oct. 22, 1909, Edna, d. of Major- 
General I. Ketchen, R.A. Educ. 
High School, and Univ., Glasgow ; 
Balhol 1902-3 (W.M.). M.A. 
Glasgow Univ. ; I.C.S., Central 
Prov. ; Assist, and Deputy Com- 
missioner 1 903-1 1 ; special duty 
in connexion with rebellion in 
Bastar State 1910 ; Settlement 

' Of&cer, Nagpur District, 191 1-. 
Recreations : Shooting, polo. Ad- 
dresses : Nagpur, Central Pro- 
vinces, India ; 8 Highburgh 
Terrace, Dowanhill, Glasgow. 

Dyer, Stewart Barton Bythesea : 
b. Nov. 26, 1875 ; s. of Capt. 
Stewart Dyer, of Westcroft Park, 
Chobham, Surrey; m. June 11, 
1906, Mai, d. of Capt. S. L. 
Osborne, R.N. Issue : one son. 
Educ. Private ; Balliol 1901 



(E.C); Assoc. XI. Dervorguilla 
Soc. 2nd Life Guards 1899 ; 
Capt. (retired) ; served with 
Kaduna Expedition 1900 (men- 
tioned in dispatches, medal with 
clasp) ; Bornu, Lake Chad, ditto, 
1902 (wounded, dispatches, medal 
with clasp) ; operations in Bas- 
sama Country ; present at occupa- 
tion of Kano and Sokoto (twice 
wounded and mentioned in 
dispatches for conspicuous gal- 
lantry, clasp) ; conamanded Daka- 
kerri Expedition 1904 (dis- 
patches) ; winner ist prize Offi- 
cers' Fencing (Epee) Competition, 
Military Tournament, 1907 ; Ep6e 
Club Cups 1908, 9, 10 ; medal of 
French Ep6e Society at Inter- 
national Meeting at Houlgate 
1909 ; three prizes International 
Fencing Tournament, Ostend, 
1909 ; two prizes International 
Fencing Tournament, Prague, 
1911 ; D.S.O. 1903. Clubs : 
White's, Cavalry, Ranelagh. Ad- 
dresses : 25 Seymour St., Portman 
Square, London, W. ; La Maison 
Rose, Biarritz, France. 
Dyson, Reginald Joseph : b. Nov. 
24, 1873 ; s. of Hiram Dyson, of 
Himgerford House, Edgerton, 
Huddersfield ; m. April 15, 1903, 
Nora, d. of Harry Beardsell. 
Educ. Charterhouse ; Balliol 1892-4 
(F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1894. Address : Oakwood, 
Kirkburton, Nr. Huddersfield. 



Eagleston, Arthur John: b. Oct. 29, 
1870 ; s. of Joseph Eagleston, 
Ironmonger, of Oxford ; m. Sept. 
12, 1 901, Fanny Congreve, d. of 
R. E. Yoimger. Issue : one son, 
one daughter^ Educ. Oxford High 
School (Sch.); Balliol 1888-92 
(E.A., J.L.S.D.) ; Sch. and Jen- 
kyns Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1890 ; 
ist Lit. Hum. 1892 ; B.A. 1894. 
Union and Arnold Socs. 3rd 
Place in Class I Competitive 
Examination, Home Civil Service, 
1894 ; appointed to Home Ofi6ce 



1894 ; Sen. Clerk 1903 ; Principal 
Clerk 1912 ; Assist. Sec. 1913-. 
Recreations : Golf, cycling. Clubs : 
National Liberal, Wimbledon Park 
Golf. Address : Home Office, 
Whitehall, London, S.W. 
Eales, Herbert Lorely : b. Aug. 20, 
1857 ; s. of Charles Eales, of 
Calcutta ; m. June 12, 1889, Mary 
Ball, d. of Joseph Eales. Issue : 
one son, four daughters. Educ, 
Dulwich ; Balliol 1878-9 (J.L.S.D., 
A.T.) ; Torpid (2). I.C.S., Burma ; 
Assist. Commissioner 1879 ; Poli- 



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tical Of&cer with Field Force, 
Upper Burma (mentioned in dis- 
patches, medal and two clasps) 
1885; Deputy Commissioner 1888; 
Sec. to Chief Commissioner 1890 ; 
Proviocial Superintendent of Cen- 
sus 1890-2 ; Pres. of Rangoon 
Municipality ; Commissioner of 
Pegu ; Financial Commissioner 
1910 ; Member of Legislative 
Council; C.S.L 1911. Publication : 
Census Report of Burma, 1891. 
Recreations : Riding, motoring. 
Club : East India United Service. 
Address: Harberton House, Head- 
ington Hill, Oxford. 

East, Alfred Ernest: b. 1868 ; s. of 
Joshua East, of London. Educ. 
Turrell's Hall 1886; New-Inn- 
Hall 1887; Balliol 1887-8. Ad- 
dress : Longstock House, Stock- 
bridge, Hants. 

Eaton Smith, Leonard : see Smith, 
L. E. 

Edgar, John : b. May 23, 1857 ; s. of 
John Edgar, of Dumfries ; m. 
1884, Jemima, d. of Rev. Thomas 
Bowman, of Catrine, Ayr. Issue : 
three children. Educ. Dumfries 
Academy (Crichton and Armstrong 
Bursarships) ; Glasgow Univ. ; 
Balliol 1878-82 (R.L.N., A.C.B., 
J.L.S.D., B.J.) ; Snell Ex. ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1880 ; and Lit. Hum. 
1882 ; B.A. 1883 ; M.A.-, Glasgow ; 
Higher School Diploma, Edin- 
burgh ; CI. Master Royal High 
School, Edinburgh, 1 882-1 902 ; 
CI. Exam., Univ. of Glasgow ; Prof, 
of Education, Univ. of St. An- 
drews 1902- ; Exam, in Educa- 
tion, Victoria Univ., Manchester, 
1 909-1 1. Publications : History 
of Early Scottish Education ; trans- 
lations of Aeschines in Ctesiphon- 
tetn, Homeric Hymns, Latin Un- 
seens, &c. Recreations : Fishing, 
golf, photography. A ddress : East 
Scores, St. Andrews. 

Edgar, John : b. Aug. 19, 1876 ; 
s. of Rev. John Edgar, of Glas- 
gow ; m. April 12, 1906, Annie 
Grace, d. of G. Buttifont. Educ. 
Hutchson's Gr. School and the 
Univ., Glasgow ; Balliol 1897-1900 
(A.L.S.) ; Williams Ex. ; ist 



Mod. Hist. 1900 ; Torpid (i). ist 
Class Honours in Lit. and Hist., 
Glasgow Univ. ; Lecturer in Hist., 
Khedivial Coll., Cairo, 1900-3 ; 
Prince of Wales Prof, of Hist., 
South African Coll., Cape Town, 
1903- ; Editor of Transvaal Leader 
191 1-. Publications: Expansion 
of Europe from i4so (2 vols.) 191 1 ; 
The Union of South Africa ; Union 
and the University Question. Re- 
creations : Golf, fishing. Clubs : 
Rand, Golf (Johannesburg). Ad- 
dress : ' Leader ' Ofl&ce, Johannes- 
burg, S. Africa. 

Edgar, Wilfred Haythome : 6. Jan. 
9, 1864 ; s. of Rev. J. H. Edgar, of 
Weston, Som. Educ. Winchester 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1882-6 (W.H.F., 
E.A.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1884 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum. and B.A., 1886 ; Univ. 
1884-6 and Coll, Assoc. XI's ; 
Cricket XI (Capt.) ; played for 
'Next XVI' V. XI, O.U.C.C. 
Judge's Associate to the Hon. Sir 
M. H. Stephen and the Hon. Sir 
George Innes, Judges of Supreme 
Court of New South Wales, 1888- 
91 ; Barrister, New South Wales, 
1891 ; ditto, I.T., 1896 ; Western 
Circuit. Address: Briarside, Wey- 
bridge, Surrey. 

Edgerley, Sir Steyning William : b. 
Aug. 16, 1857 ; s. of J. F. Edgerley, 
of Shrewsbury ; m. 1898, Ethel 
Frances (d. 1912), d. of Sir C. B. 
Pritchard, K.C.I.E.. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Shrews- 
bury ; Balliol 1878-9 (J.L.S.D.) ; 
Torpid. Dervorguilla Soc. I.C.S., 
Bombay, 1879-1909 ; Member of 
Council, Bombay, and of Royal 
Commission on Decentralization, 
1907 ; Member of Council of 
India 1909. CLE. 1895 ; K.C.V.O. 
1905. Club : Athenaeum. Ad- 
dress : Littlebury, Saffron Walden. 

*Edgeworth, Francis Ysidro : 6. 1 845 ; 
s. of F. B. Edgeworth, of Edge- 
worthstown, Ireland. Educ. fti- 
vate ; Trinity Coll., Dublin (Sch.) ; 
Exeter 1867; Magdalen Hall (Sch.) 
1867 ; Balliol 1868-9 (B.J.) ; ist 
Lit. Hum. 1869 ; B.A. 1873 ; M.A. 
1877. I St Class CI. Honours, Trinity 
Coll., Dublin. Barrister, I.T., 



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1877 ; Lecturer on Logic, after- 
wards Tooke Prof, of Political Eco- 
nomy, King's Coll., London, to 
1 891 ; Prof, of Political Economy, 
Oxford, 1 891- ; Fellow of All Souls, 
Oxford, and King's Coll., London ; 
Pres. of Royal Statistical Soc. ; 
formerly Editor Economic Journal ; 
D.C.L. Durham; F.B.A. Publi- 
cations : Mathematical Psychics, 
1 88 1 ; articles in Encyclopaedia 
Britannica (1911) ; Philosophical 
Magazine, Economic Journal, Jour- 
nal of Statistical Soc, &c. Recrea- 
tion : Golf. Clubs : Alpine, Athe- 
naeum, Savile. Address : All 
Souls College, Oxford. 

Edit^er, Walter Marcus Valentine: 
b. Feb. 14, 1894 ; s. of O. H. 
Edinger, of London. Educ. Wel- 
lington ; Balliol I9i2-(A.W.P.C.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1914. Union and 
Arnold Socs. Address: igCadogan 
Square, London, S.W. 

*£dwards, Rev. David Cluirles : 
b. March 31, 1851 ; s. of Rev. 
Lewis Edwards, D.D., of Bala 
Coll. ; m. Annie, d. of Evan 
Thomas, of Birmingham and 
Rhiwgwreiddyn. Educ. Bala Coll. ; 
Aberystwyth Coll. (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1875-8 {J.L.S.D., T.H.G., R.L.N., 
A.G.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1876 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1878 ; M.A. 
1 88 1. Minister of Bala Welsh 
Presbyterian Church 1879-88 ; 
Hope English Presbyterian Church 
1889-96 ; District Sec. to British 
and Foreign Bible Soc, North 
Wales, 1 896-. Address: Hafody- 
bryn, Llanbedr, R.S.O., Merioneth- 
shire. 

Edwards, Gilbert Sutherland : b. 
1858 ; s. of H. S. Edwards, of 
London. Educ. Brighton ; BaJliol 
1876-9; Ex.; and CI. Mods. 1877; 
3rd Lit. Hum. 1879 ; B.A. and 
M.A. 1886. I.T., 1885; Clerk in 
Secretary's Office, G.P.O. Ad- 
dresses: Secretary's Office, G. P.O., 
London, E.C. ; 18 West bourne 
Terrace Road, London, W. 

*Edwards, Owen Morgan : b. Dec. 
25, 1858 ; s. of Owen Edwards, of 
Coed- y- Pry, Llanuwchllyn ; m. 
June 19, 1 891, Ellen, d. of Ivan 



Davies, of Prys Mawr, Llanu- 
wchllyn. Issue : three children. 
Educ. Bala Gr. School ; University 
Coll. of Wales ; London Univ. ; 
BalUol 1884-8 (A.L.S., B.J., 
J.L.S.D.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; 
Stanhope Prize 1886 ; Lothian 
Prize, and ist Mod. Hist. 1887 ; 
B.A. 1888; M.A. 1891. B.A. 
London Univ. Lecturer at Lin- 
coln, Corpus Christi, Balliol, 
Trinity, and Pembroke till 1907 ; 
Fellow, and subsequently Hon. 
Fellow, of Lincoln ; M.P. for 
Merionethshire i899f7-i900 ; First 
Warden of the Guild of Graduates 
of the University of Wales ; 
H.M. Chief Inspector of Education 
for Wales 1907-. Publications : 
Story of Wales ; Short History of 
Wales ; Hanes Cymru ; Tro yn yr 
Eidal ; Tro yn Llydaw ; Tro yn 
y De ; Clych Adgof ; Cartrefi 
Cymru ; Tro trwyy Gogledd ; Er 
Mwyn lesu ; ecfitor of Heddyw, 
Cymru ; Lienor ; Cymru Fydd ; 
Wales ; Cymru'r Plant ; and 
works of D. ab. Gwilym ; Edward 
Morris ; Hugh Morris ; Joshua 
Thomas ; Ajont Griffiths ; Ap 
Vychan ; Robert Owen ; Theo- 
philus Evans ; Ellis Wynne, Hugh 
Jones ; Owen Griffith, Goronwy 
Owen ; Twm o'r Nant ; Glan y 
Gors ; Ficer Prichard ; leuan 
Glan Geirionnydd ; Eben Fardd ; 
Dewi Wyn ; Alun ; Samuel 
Roberts ; Ceiriog ; Gwilym Maries ; 
John Thomas ; Islwyn, &c. 
Addresses : Board of Education, 
Whitehall, London, S.W. ; Neuadd 
Wen, Llanuwchllyn, Bala. 

Edwards, Tliomas Herbert : b. 1854 ; 
s. of T. G. Edwards, of Liverpool. 
Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 1872-4 ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1874. 

Edwards-Moss, Sir John Edwards, 
2nd Bart. : b. Oct. 25, 1850 ; s. of 
Sir Thomas Edwards-Moss, ist 
Bart. ; m. Feb. 20, 1873, Mar- 
garet, d. of Col. Ireland Black- 
bume, of Hale Hall. Issue : two 
sons, one daughter. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1869-72 (E.P., T.H.G.) ; 
2nd Jur. 1872 ; B.A. 1873 ; M.A. 
1875 ; Univ. 1 870-1, and Coll. 



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(Capt.) Eights ; Coll. Fours. Pri- 
vate Sec. to Home Sec. (Lord Cross) 
1874-80; ditto (Sir Stafford North- 
cote) 1881-2 ; contested Christ- 
church 1880, Southport Div. of 
Lanes. 1885 ; Captain of Boats at 
Eton 1869 ; won Ladies' Plate, 
1867, 8, 9 ; House Fours, Eton, 
1866, 7, 8; Eton Football XI's 
' field ' and ' wall ' 1868 ; sculling, 
pulling, and walking races, Eton, 
1869 ; Grand Challenge Cup, Hen- 
ley, in Oxford-Etonian Crew, 1871. 
Publications : A Season in Suther- 
land, 1888. Recreations : Yacht- 
ing, gardening. Clubs : Carlton, 
Orleans, Beefsteak, Royal Yacht 
Squadron, Marylebone, Leander. 
Address : Roby Hall, Torquay. 

*Edye, Ernest Henry Huish : b. 
June 2, 1884 ; s. of Ernest Edye, 
of Strawberry Hill ; m. Sept. 24, 
1908, Alice Dorothy, d. oi J. N. 
Stuart, of Broomhill, Harrow. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Harrow 
[Sch.) ; Balliol 1903-8 (A.W.P.C, 
J.L.S.D.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1905 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1907 ; 
M.A. 1912 ; Assoc. XI. Union 
and Brakenbury Socs. I.C.S., 
United Provinces ; Assist. Magis- 
trate 1908. Address : Gifford 
Lodge, Strawberry Hill, Twicken- 
ham. 

Egerton, Arthur Edward : b. Aug. 7, 
1893 ; s. of H. E. Egerton, Beit 
Prof, of Colonial History in 
Univ. of Oxford. Educ. Rugby ; 
BaUiol 1912- (A.L.S., N.S.T., 
R.G.). Address : 14 St. Giles's, 
Oxford. 

Eland Rev. Edwin Harding : b. 
1861 ; s. of William Eland, of 
Market Harborough. Educ.Univ.oi 
London ; Balliol 1885-8 (F. de P., 
R.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1886 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1888 ; B.A. 1889; M.A. 
1891. B. A., London Univ., 1884 ; 
ordained d. 1889, p. 1890 ; Master 
of Modem Side, Radley Coll., 
1889-96 ; Curate of Dorking 1896- 
1903 ; Winchester Diocesan Mis- 
sioner 1903-7 ; Vicar of Cuddington, 
Surrey, 1907-. Publications : The 
Layman's Introduction to the Book 
of Common Prayer, 1896 ; Con- 



firmation, 1903 ; Life's Pilgrimage, 
1907. ^iif ess: Cuddington Vicar- 
age, Worcester Park, Surrey. 

Elcho, Lord, Hugo Ricliard Wemyss 
Charteris : b. Aug. 23, 1857 ; s. of 
9th Earl of Wemyss ; m. 1883, 
Mary Constance, d. of Hon. P. S. 
Wyndham. Issue : three sons, 
three daughters. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1877-80 (E.A.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1880. M.P. Haddington- 
shire 1883-5, Ipswich 1886-95 ; 
member of London County Council 
for six years; D.L. Addresses: 62 
Cadogan Square, London, S.W. ; 
Stanway House, Winchcombe, 
R.S.O. 

*EIgin and Kincardine, 9th Earl of, 
Victor Alexander Bruce : b. May 
16, 1849 ; s. of 8th Earl of Elgin 
and Kincardine ; m. 1876, Lady 
Constance Mary Carnegie (d. 1909), 
d. of 9th Earl of Southesk, K.T. 
Issue : six sons, four daughters. 
Educ. Trinity Coll., Glenalmond ; 
Eton ; Balliol 1869-73 (B.J., 
T.H.G.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1870 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1873 ; 
M.A. 1877; Cricket XI (Capt.). 
Deputy Lieutenant 1870, Vice 
ditto 1881, Lord ditto 1886, 
Convener 1890 (re-elected 1903), 
County of Fife ; Pres. of Fife- 
shire Territorial Force Assoc. ; 
Hon. Colonel late ist Fifeshire 
R.A. ; Lieut, of King's Bodyguard 
for Scotland ; Commissioner of 
Educational Endowments (Scot- 
land) Act, and of University 
(Scotland) Act ; Chairman Royal 
Commissions, Salmon Fisheries, 
1900, War in S. Africa 1902, 
Churches (Scotland) 1905 ; Treas. 
to H.M. Household, and First 
Commissioner of Works and 
Public Buildings, 1886 ; Viceroy 
and Governor-General of India 
1894-9 ; Sec. of State for the 
Colonies 1905-8 ; Chancellor of 
Aberdeen Univ. ; K.G. ; G.C.S.I. ; 
G.C.I.E. ; P.C. ; D.C.L., Oxon. ; 
LL.D., St. Andrews, Punjab, 
Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Glasgow, 
and Cambridge Univs. ; J.P., Fife. 
Clubs : Brooks's, Travellers' ; New 
(Edinburgh). Addresses : Broom- 



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hall, Dunfermline, Fifeshire ; Dun- 

jphail, Morayshire. 

Elgood, Cyril Lloyd : b. Oct. 14, 
1892 ; s. of F. M. Elgood, of 
Northwood, Middlesex. Educ. 
Bradfield; Balliol 1911- {C.B., 
A.W.P.C, A.J.T.) ; 4th CI. Mods. 
191 3. Union Soc. Address : The 
Close, Northwood, Middlesex. 

*Eliot, Sir Charles Norton Edge- 
CUmoe : b. 1864 ; s. of Rev. 
Edward Eliot, of Norton Bavant. 
Educ. Cheltenham ; Balliol 1880- 
3 ; Sch. ; ist CI. Mods., and 
Hertford Sch., 1881 ; Boden and 
Ireland Schs. 1883 ; Syriac Ver- 
sion Prize, ist Lit. Hum., and 
Craven Scholar, 1884 ; B.A. 1885 ; 
Derby Sch. 1886. Fellow of 
Trinity 1884 ; 3rd Sec, St. Peters- 
burg 1888-92, Constantinople 
1893-8 ; Charge d' Affaires, Mo- 
rocco 1892-3, Bulgaria 1895, Servia 
1897 ; Sec. of British Embassy, 
Washington, 1898 ; British High 
Commissioner, Samoa, 1899; Com- 
missioner and Conmiander-in- 
Chief, British E. Africa Protec- 
torate, Agent and Consul- 
General, Zanzibar, and Consul- 
General for German E. Africa, 
1900-4 ; Vice-Chancellor, Univ. 
of Sheffield, 1905 ; First Principal, 
Univ. of Hong-Kong, 191 2- ; 
Hon. LL.D., Edinbiurgh ; Hon. 
D.C.L., Durham; C.B. 1898; 
K.C.M.G. 1900. Publications : 
A Finnish Grammar, 1890 ; Tur- 
key in Europe, 1900 ; The East 
Africa Protectorate, 1905 ; Letters 
from the Far East, 1907 ; various 
papers on ' Marine Zoology '. 
Club : St. James's. Address : The 
University, Hong Kong, China. 

^Elliot, Sir Francis Edmund Hugh : 
b. March 24, 1851 ; s. of Rt. Hon. 
Sur H. G. EUiot; m. Oct. 26, 
1881, Herurietta Augusta Mary, 
d. of Rt. Hon. Sir F. Clare Ford, 
G.C.B. Issue : four daughters. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1869-73 
{B.J., R.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1871 ; 3rd Lit. Himi., and B.A., 
1873 ; M.A. 1877 ; Torpid ; Eight 
(head of river) and Four ; Capt. of 
Boat Club ; Oxford-Etonian Eight 



(wiimers Grand Challenge Cup, 
Henley, 1871). Diplomatic Ser- 
vice ; appointed to Constan- 
tinople 1874 ; 3rd Sec. 1876 ; 
transferred to Vienna ; 2nd Sec, 
Rio de Janeiro, 1879 ; transferred 
to Stockholm, Lisbon, Cairo, and 
Paris ; Sec. of Legation, Athens, 
1890 ; Agent and Consul-General, 
Bulgaria, 1895 ; Envoy Extra- 
ordmjury and Minister Plenipoten- 
tiary, Athens, 1903- ; K.C.M.G. 
1904 ; G.C.V.O. 1905 ; Grand 
Cross of the Royal Hellenic Order 
of the Redeemer igo6. Recrea- 
tions : Lawn tennis, bridge. 
Clubs : Travellers', St. James's. 
Address: British Legation, Athens. 

^Elliott, IVO D'Oyly : b. March 7, 
1882; s. of Sir T. H. Elliott, 
K.C.B. Educ. Harrow (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1900-6 (E.A., W.H.F,, 
A.L.S.) ; Brakenbury Hist. Sch, ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1902 ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1904 ; B.A. 1905 ; M.A. 
1910. I.C.S., United Prov. ; 
passed 5 th in open examina- 
tion ; Assist. Commissioner 1906 ; 
Under-Sec. to Government 191 2. 
Addresses : Allahabad, United 
Provinces, India ; Ravensbrook, 
Oxted, Surrey. 

ElUs, Griffith : b. 1844 ; s. of 
Griffith Ellis, of Aberlefinny, N. 
Wales. Educ. Bala Coll. ; Non- 
Coil. 1871 ; Balliol 1873-5 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum. 1875 ; B.A. 1876 ; 
M.A. 1879. Address : ro Pem- 
broke Road, Bootle. 

Ellis, Henry Guysulf Bertram : b. 
March 7, 1875 ; s. of Hon. and 
Rev. W. C. Ellis, of Bothalhaugh, 
Morpeth. Educ. Eton ; BalHol 
1893-6 (F. de P., T.R.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1895 ; 4th Jur. 1896 ; B.A. 
1897. A ddress : Bothalhaugh, Mor- 
peth, Northumberland. 

Ellis, Robinson : b. Sept. 5, 1834 ; 
s. of James Ellis, of Banning 
House, near Maidstone. Educ. 
Forest School, Walthamstow ; 
Elizabeth Coll., Guernsey ; Rugby 
(Sch. and Ex.) ; Balliol 1853-8 
(W.C.L., E.C.W., B.J., J.R., E.P.) ; 
Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 1854 ; Ire- 
land Sch., and Latin Verse Prize, 



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1855 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1856 ; B.A. 
1857 ; Boden Sanskrit Sch. 1858 ; 
M.A. 1859. Union Soc. Fellow 
of Trinity 1858-1913 ; engaged 
in research work relating to 
Catullus 1858-69 ; Prof, of Latin, 
University Coll., London, 1870 ; 
Reader in Latin 1883, Corpus 
Prof., ditto, 1893-1913, Oxford ; 
corresponding member of Acca- 
demia Vergiliana di Mantova 
1910 ; Hon. LL.D., Dublin ; 
D.PhU., Konigsberg ; F.B.A. Pub- 
lications : Catulli Veronensis Liber, 
1867, anded. 1878 ; A Commentary 
on Catullus, 1876, 2nd ed. 1889 ; 
a translation of Catullus in the 
Metres of the Original ; The Ibis 
of Ovid, 1881 ; The Fables of 
Avianus, 1887 ; ' The Commoni- 
torium of Orientius ' (in vol. xv, 
Vienna Corpus Scriptorum Eccle- 
siasticorum), 1888 ; Noctes Mani- 
lianae, 1891 ; Aetna, a new recen- 
sion of the text, 1901 ; Appendix 
Vergiliana, 1908 ; The Tomb 
laid under a Spell, 191 1 ; The 
A mores of Ovid, 191 2. Address : 
Trinity College, Oxford. [Died 
Oct. 9, 1913-] 

'^Eilis, Hon. and Rev. William 
Charles : b. July 22, 1835 ; s. 
of 6th Lord Howard de Walden ; 
m. 1873, Henrietta, d. of H. M. 
Ames. Issue : four sons, two 
daughters. Educ. Harrow ; Bal- 
liol 1854-9 ; 2nd Law and Hist., 
and B.A., 1858 ; M.A. i860. 
Ordained d. 1859, p. i860 ; Curate 
of Prestwich 1859-61 ; Rector 
of Bothal with Sheepwash and 
Hebbum 1861-. Club : Athe- 
naeum. Address: Bothalhaugh, 
Morpeth, Northumberland. 

Elton, Godfrey : b. March 29, 1892 ; 
e. s. of E. F. Elton, of Ovington Park, 
Alresford, Hants. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 191 1- (A.W.P.C, R.G.) ; 
Ex., ist CI. Mods., and dist. in 
Craven Sch., 1913 ; Rugby XV. 
Arnold and Brakenbury Socs. ; 
O.U.D.S. Address : Ovington 
Park, Alresford, Hants. 

Elwin, Edgar Alfred : b. Feb. 20, 
1864 ; s. of Edward Elwin, 
Solicitor, of Dover. Educ. Dover 



CoU. (Sch.); BaUioI 1881-3 
(A.T., W.M.). Union Soc. I.C.S., 
Madras ; Assist. Collector and 
Magistrate 1883 ; Manager, Jaipur 
Estate, 1890 ; Sen. Assist. Col- 
lector 1891 ; Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate 1896 ; District 
and Sessions Judge ; Collector and 
Magistrate 1898 ; member of 
Board of Revenue and Legislative 
Council; retired 1908. Publication: 
joint author Madras Famine Code, 
1904. Club : East India United 
Service. Address : c/o A. B. 
Elwin, Esq., 2 Castle St., Dover. 

Elwin, Ernest Barnes : b. Nov. 24, 
1869 ; s. of Edward Elwin, 
Solicitor, of Dover ; m. July 2, 
1903, Gertrude Hanoilton Phillips, 
of Temple Ewell, Dover. Issue : 
two sons. Educ. Dover Coll. ; 
Balliol 1888-90 (W.M.). Union 
Soc. I.C.S., Madras ; Assist. 
Collector and Magistrate 1891 ; 
Special Assist. 1896 ; Head ditto 
1902 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate 1902; Special Agent for 
Vizianagram Zemindari 1905-7 ; 
District and Sessions Judge 1907 ; 
Collector, District Magistrate, 
Government and Political Agent, 
Godavari, 1909-. Address: I.C.S., 
District Magistrate, Cocanada, 
Madras Presidency, India. 

Emanuel, Montagu Rousseau : b. 
July 24, 1873 ; s. of Joel Emanuel, 
of London ; m. 1904, Florence 
Helena, d. of Alexander Leon. 
Issue : one daughter. Educ. 
Harrow ; Balliol 1891-5 (J.A.S.) ; 
4th Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1895 ; 
M.A. and B.C.L. 1898. Union 
and Arnold Socs. Barrister, I.T., 
1897. Address : 3 Dr. Johnson's 
Buildings, Temple, London, E^C. 

Emanuel, Victor Rousseau : b. Jan. 
2, 1879 ; s. of Joel Emanuel, of 
London. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1896-7 (E.A., J.C, W.H.F.). 
Address : 166 State St., Brooklyn, 
New York, U.S.A. 

Emery, Albert : b. March 29, 1888 ; 
s. of Francis Emery, of Longton, 
Stoke-on-Trent. Educ. Longton 
Tutorial Class; Balliol 1Q13- 
(A.L.S., N.S.T.). Address : White 



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House, Fenton Park, Fenton, 
Stoke-on-Trent. 

Emmons, Hamilton : b. Aug. 15, 

1864 ; s. of R. W. Emmons, of 
Boston, U.S.A. ; m. 1903, Marion, 
d. of T. Van Buren. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Leam- 
ington Coll. ; Balliol 1883-7 
(W.H.F., H.B.D.) ; 3rd Nat. Sci. 
(Chem.) 1887 ; B.A. 1889 ; Tennis 
and Lawn Tennis Teams, and Long 
Jump V. Cambridge. Studied 
Geology for two years at Leipzig. 
Publication : Petrography of Island 
of Capreija. Address: The Copse, 
Hamble, Hants. 

Ensor, Robert Charles Kirkwood : 
b. Oct. 16, 1877 ; s. of R. H. 
Ensor, of The Knap, Milborne 
Port, Som. ; m. 1906, Helen, 
d. of W. H. Fisher, of Manchester. 
Issue : one son, two daughters. 
Educ. Winchester (Sch.) ; Ballibl 
1896-1901 (F. de P., E.A., E.J.) ; 
Sch.; ist CI. Mods. 1898; Chan- 
cellor's Prize Latin Verse, and 
Craven Sch., 1899; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1900. Union (Treas. 
and Sec. 1899, Pres. 1900) and 
Arnold (Pres.) Socs. Barrister, 
I.T., 1905 ; Leader-writer, Man- 
chester Guardian 1902-4, Daily 
News 1909-11, Daily Chronicle 
1912- ; member of London Coimty 
Council 1910-13. Publications : 
Modern Socialism, 1903 ; Modern 
Poems, 1904 ; Healthy Homes, 
1912. Address : The Beacon, 
Sands, High Wycombe. 

Estcourt, 1st Baron, George Thomas 
John Sotheron-Estcourt : b. Jan. 
21, 1839 ; s. of Rev. E. H. B. 
Estcourt, Rector of Eckington, 
Derbyshire ; m. 1863, Monica, d. 
of Rev. Martin Stapylton, Rector 
of Barlborough. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1857-61 (R.S., B.J., E.P., 
H.W., J.R.) ; 3rd Law and Hist. 
i86r; B.A. and M.A. 1865. Royal 
Wilts. Yeomanry 1861-98 (in com- 
mand 1890-8) ; M.P. North Wilts. 
1874-85 ; J.P. Glos. and Wilts. ; 
D.L. Wilts. Recreations : Hunting, 
shooting, fishing. Clubs : Carlton, 
Boodle's. Address : Estcourt, 
Tetbury, Glos. 



Estcom^, Rev. Edmmid Walter : 

6. 1850 ; s. of C. W. Estcourt, of 
Newport, LW. Educ. Marlborough; 
Balliol 1869-75 ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1871 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1873 ; B.A. 
1874 ; M.A. 1878. Gloucester 
Theol. Coll. ; ordained d. 1876, 
p. 1877 ; Curate 1876-84, Rector 
1884-1901, Long Newnton ; Hon. 
Canon of Bristol 1898-1910 ; 
Vicar of Swindon 1901-10 ; Rural 
Dean of Cricklade 1903-10 ; 
Rector of Shipton Moyne 1910-. 
Address : Shipton Moyne Rectory, 
Tetbury. 

Evans, Arthur Burroughes : b. 
March 28, 1874; s. of J. M. 
Evans, of Hull. Educ. Clifton ; 
Balliol 1892-5 (J.W.R., W.H.F.) ; 
Sch. ; 1st Math. Mods. 1893. 

*Evans, Herbert Arthur : b. Nov. 8, 
1846 ; s. of Thomas Evans, Solici- 
tor, Chepstow ; m. 1887, Agnes 
Grafton, d. of Rev. John New- 
ham. Educ. Marlborough ; Bal- 
liol 1866-70 (J.R., E.P.) ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1867; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1870 ; M.A. 1872 ; Coll. 
Scratch Fours. Union Soc. Assist. 
Master, Reading School, 1873-7 ; 
United Services Coll., Westward 
Ho, 1879-94 ; Cataloguing Assist., 
Rylands Library, Manchester, 
1895-7 ; Private Tutor ; Exam. 
Oxford and Cambridge Joint 
Board. Publications : Highways 
and Byways in Oxford and the 
Cotswolds, 1905 ; Gloucestershire 
1909, Monmouthshire 191 1 (Cam- 
bridge County Geographies) ; Cas- 
tles of England and Wales, 1912 ; 
editor of several of Shakespeare's 
plays ; English Masques, 1897. 
Recreations : Walking, cycling, 
gardening. Address : Byways, 
Yamton, Oxford. 

♦Evans, Pepyat Williams : b. 
1862 ; s. of F. G. Evans, of Ty- 
nant House, near Cardiff. Educ. 
University Coll., Bristol Balliol 
1881-5 (J.L.S.D.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1883 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1885 ; B.A, 
1886 ; 3rd B.C.L. 1887 ; M.A. 
and B.C.L. 1888. Barrister, I.T., 
1 891 ; S. Wales and Chester Cir- 
cuit ; member of Council of 



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Cymmrodorion Soc, and of Cam- 
brian Archaeol., Welsh Folk Song, 
and English Folk Dance Socs. 
Recreations : Literature, music. 
Address : 6 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, London, E.C. 

Evan-Thomas, Llewellyn : b. 1859 ; 
s. of Charles Evan-Thomas, of 
London. Educ. Charterhouse ; 
Balliol 1878-81 ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1880 ; B.A. 1882. Address : 13 
Bramham Gardens, London, 
S.W. 

Evelyn, Rev. Francis Alvin : b. Jan. 
5, 1882 ; s. of Col. C. F. Evelyn, 
of Brook House, Simninghill, Ascot. 
Educ. Highgate (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1901-5 (F. de P., J.A.S.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1903 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1905 ; B.A. 1906. Union, Arnold, 
and Brakenbury Socs. Ordained 
d. 1907, p. 1908 ; Curate of St. 
Anne's, Wandsworth, 1907- ; Act- 
ing Chapl. at Liddon House, May- 
July 1910. Publications : Optima 
Mater : a Tragedy ; verse transla- 
tion of The Bacchae of Euripides. 
Address : i Daphne Street, Wands- 
worth, London, S.W. 

Everett, Alexander Fraser : b. 
April 22, 1879 ; s. of J. D. Everett, 
of Belfast. Educ. Royal Academi- 
cal Institution, Belfast ; Balliol 
Mich. Term 1898 ; New Coll. 
(Ex.) 1898; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1901. 

♦Everitt, Rev. Charles : formerly 
Charles Everitt Stiffe ; b. 1850 ; 
s. of William Stiffe, of Stuttgart. 
Ediic. Somerset Coll. ; Balliol 
1869-71 ; 1st Law and Hist., and 
B.A., 1872 ; M.A. 1875. Minor 
Canon of Gloucester 1879-80 ; 
Rector of All Saints', Colchester, 
1880. Address : 5 Sydenham Rise, 
Forest Hill, London, S.E. 



*Eyre, George Edward Briscoe : 

b. Nov. 22, 1840 ; s. of G. E. Eyre, 
Recorder of Romsey, Hants, J. P., 
King's Printer ; m. 1873, Mary 
Mildred, d. of Rev. W. U. Richards. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1859-62 
(B.J.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1861 ; Hon. 
4th Lit. Hum. 1863; Hon. 4th Law 
and Hist., B.A., and M.A., 1867. 
Barrister, I.T., 1861 ; travelled in 
U.S.A. (present at the attack on 
Richmond, Va., by General U. S. 
Grant) 1864, and in Argentina, 
ChUe, Peru, and Bolivia 1866 ; 
opened and managed in London a 
Loan Exhib. of Pictures illustrative 
of the New Forest 1875 ; took an 
active part in proceedings which led 
up to the passing of the New Forest 
Act of 1876 ; headed poll at first 
election of Verderers under the 
same Act 1877 ; designed and 
edited the first Teachers' Bible 
1875, and during 28 years deve- 
loped it to a climax in the Variorum 
Illustrated Edition, accepted as 
the most comprehensive edition of 
the Authorized Version ever at- 
tempted ; commenced the develop- 
ment of Small Holdings in district 
of New Forest 1880, of which the 
general results were summarized 
in Miss Jebb's Report on the Small 
Holdings of England, 1907 ; King's 
Printer since 1880 ; Master of the 
Stationers' Company ; J. P. Wilts, 
and Hants. Publications : articles 
on ' Experiences in the Attack on 
Richmond, Va., by General U. S. 
Grant 1864 ' (Eraser's Magazine, 
1865) ; ' The New Forest ' (Fort- 
nightly Review, 1871) ; ' Cottage 
Stockkeeping ' (Report of British 
Assoc. 1882). Addresses : i8 
Redcliffe Square, London, S.W. ; 
Warrens, Bramshaw, Lyndhurst. 



♦Fagan, Rev. George Hickson Fel- 
trim: b. Oct. 18, 1851 ; s. of 
Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan, Bengal 
Engineers. jE^mc. Blundell's; Bal- 
liol 1870-5 (H.J.S.S., J.W.R.) ; 
Blundell Sch. and Goldsmiths' Ex.; 



1st Math. Mods. 1872 ; 2nd Math., 
and B.A., 1874 ; M.A. 1877. Or- 
dained d. 1875, p. 1876; Curate 
of Calne 1875-6 ; St. Marychurch 
1877-9 ; Exwick 1879-82 ; Vicar, 
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staple 1882-5 ; Vicar of King's 
Kerswell 1889-. Address : King's 
Ker swell Vicarage, Newton Abbott. 

•Fairbrother, Percy Thomas : b. 
Nov. 3, 1872 ; s. of H. Fairbrother, 
of Altrincham. Educ. Private ; 
Balliol 1893-7 (A.L.S., W.H.F., 
T.R.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 1897 ; 
B.A. 1899 ; M.A. 1906. Address : 
AroUa, Warren Road, Guildford. 

Fairfax, Geoffrey Evan : b. 1862 ; s. 
of Sir J. R. Fairfax, Kt., of Syd- 
ney, N.S.W. Educ. Sydney Gr. 
School, N.S.W. ; Balliol 1882-5 
(R.G.T.) ; 2nd Jur., and B.A., 
1885. Barrister, I.T., 1886. Ad- 
dress : Herald Office, Sydney, New 
South Wales. 

Fairfax, Harold Walter: 6. 1869 ; 
s. of Sir J. R. Fairfax, Kt., of 
Sydney, N.S.W. Educ. Sydney 
Gr. School, N.S.W. ; Balliol 1889- 
92 (T.R., W.H.F.) ; 3rd Jur., and 
B.A., 1892. Barrister, I.T., 1893 ; 
practised at Sydney, N.S.W., Bar ; 
afterwards engaged in farming. 
Address : Herald Office, Sydney, 
N.S.W. [Died Jan. 15, 1913] 

^Fairfax, James Oswald : b. April 
26, 1863 ; s. of Sir J. R. Fairfax, 
Kt., of Sydney, N.S.W. ; m. 
Nov. 22, 1892, Mabel, d. of 
Capt. Hixson, R.N. Issue : one 
son. Educ. Sydney Gr. School, 
N.S.W. ; Balliol 1882-5 (F- de P., 
E.A., R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1883 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1885 ; M.A. 1909. Barrister, I.T., 
1886; joined staff of Sydney 
Morning Herald and Sydney Mail 
1887; partner in ditto 1889; 
Chairman Australian Section Em- 
pire Press Union 19c i. Clubs: 
Royal Automobile,Union (Sydney). 
Address : Herald Office, Sydney, 
New South Wales. 

Falcon, Geoffrey William Loekhart: 
b. Sept. 28, 1893 ; s. of Col. R. M. 
Falcon, of Croydon. Educ. Rep- 
ton; BalUoli9i2-(F.F.U.,N.S.T.). 
Address : 50 Park Lane, Croydon. 

Falk, John Howard Toynbee: b. 
July 22, 1881 ; s. of H. J. Falk, of 
Thorshill, West Kirby, Cheshire ; 
m. Olive Meredith, d. of W. G. 
NichoUs, of Winnipeg. Educ. 



Rugby; Balliol 1899- 1901 
(H.W.C.D., F.F.U.) ; Half-blue for 
Golf 1 901. Brakenbury Soc. Pri- 
vate Tutor 1901-2 ; with Ross T. 
Smyth & Co., Grain Merchants, 
Liverpool 1902-6 (represented firm 
in Odessa 1904-5) ; Director of 
Men's and Boys' Work, Christo- 
dora House Social Settlement, and 
Assist. Sec. of Tenement House 
Department of C.O.S., New York, 
1906-8 ; General Sec. Associated 
Charities, Winnipeg, 1908-. Ad- 
dress : 301 Edwin Street, Winni- 
peg, Manitoba, Canada. 

Falk, Oswald Toynbee: b. May 25, 
1879 ; s. of H. J. Falk, of Thors- 
hill, West Kirby, Cheshure. Educ. 
Rugby ; Balliol 1898-1902 (J.W.R. 
W.H.F., J.A.S.) ; WUliams Ex. ; 
2nd Math. Mods. 1899 ; B.A. 1903; 
O.U. Golf Club 1901-2 (Capt.). 
Stockbroker. Club : City Univer- 
sity. Addresses : i Boundary 
Road, St. John's Wood, London, 
N.W. ; 14 Comhill, London, E.C. 

Falle, Very Rev. Samuel : b. 
July 15, 1854 ; s. of Rev. Edward 
Falle, Rector of St. Brelade's, 
Jersey ; m. 1880, Elizabeth Minna, 
d. of Austen Gardner. Issue: 
three children. Educ. St. James's 
School, Jersey; Balliol 1874-7 
(E.A., J.F.B.) ; 4th Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1877 ; M.A. 1881 ; 
Torpid; Eight. Ordained d. 
1877, p. 1878; Curate of St 
George's, Hulme, 1877-80 ; Holy 
Trinity, ditto, 1880-4 ; Vicar of 
Brampton 1884-99 ; St. James, 
Barrow-in-Furness, 1899—1906; 
Hon. Canon of Carlisle 1904-6 ; 
Rural Dean, Dalton-in-Fumess 
1 899-1 906 ; Chapl. to Bishop of 
Carlisle and Proctor in Convoca- 
tion 1905-6 ; Dean of Jersey 
1906- ; Hon. Chapl. 3rd Regt. 
Royal Jersey MUitia and Artillery ; 
Volunteer Long Service Medal 
1906. Address : St. Heliers Rec- 
tory, Jersey. 

Farmer, Gabriel William fStahel ; 
b. 1865 ; s. of John Farmer, of 
Oxford. Edue. Harrow ; Balliol 
1885-8 (H.B.D., W.H.F., J.C.) ; 
Ex. ; ist Nat. Sci. (Phys.), and 



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B.A., 1888; B.M. 1890; M.A. and 
M.Ch. 1895 ; Radcliffe Travelling 
Fellow 1894 ; Litchfield Lecturer 
in Surgery; F.R.C.S. ; L.R.C.P. 
Address : Texas, Queensland. 

♦Farmer, Henry Theodore Stahel : 
b. 1869 ; s. of John Farmer, of 
Oxford. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1887-91 (F. de P., A.L.S.) ; and 
Mod. Hist. 1891 ; B.A. and M.A. 
1899. Address: 20 Somals Road, 
West Hampstead, London, N.W. 

•Farrer, 2na Baron, Thomas CecQ 
Farrer : b. Oct. 25, 1859 ; s. of 
ist Baron Farrer; m. (i) 1892, 
Evelyn (d. 1898), d. of Hon. C. 
Spring Rice. Issue : one son, two 
daughters ; (2) 1903, Evange- 
line, d. of Octavius Knox. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1878-80; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1879 ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 1881 ; 
B.A. and M.A. 1886. Clubs : New 
University, National Liberal. Ad- 
dress : Abinger Hall, Dorking. 

Farrer, Edmund Hugh : b. March 30, 
1876 ; s. of F. W. Farrer, of Lon- 
don. Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 1895 
-6 (F. de P.). Chartered Accoun- 
tant 1902 ; Transvaal Civil Service 
1904-. Address : Provincial Audi- 
tor, Pretoria, South Africa. 

Farrer, Gaspard Oliver : b. 1861 ; 
s. of Sir W. J. Farrer. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1879-80; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1880. Address : 23 St. 
James's Square, London, S.W. 

Farrer, Henry Lefevre : 6. March 24, 
1862 ; s. of Sir W. J. Farrer. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1880-2 (F. de P.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1881. Solicitor. 
Addresses : 66 Lincoln's Inn 
Fields, London, W.C. ; 7 St. 
James's Square, London, S.W. 

•Farrer, Harold Marson : b. April 20, 
1882 ; s. of Rev. William Farrer, 
Vicar of Bisham. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1901-5 (A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1905 ; M.A. 1909 ; 
Univ. and Coll. (Capt.) Eights; 
Coll. Fovurs. Dervorguilla and An- 
nandale Socs. Barrister 1907-10 ; 
partner in Farrer & Co., Solicitors, 
1914. Club : Union. Address : 
66 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, 
W.C. 



Farrer, James Anson : b. July 24, 
1849 ; s. of Rev. M. T. Farrer, of 
Shirley, Surrey ; m. March i, 1877, 
Elizabeth, d. of Col. Reynell Pack. 
Issue : two sons. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1867-71 (B.J.) ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1869 ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B. A., 1 87 1. Union Sec. Barrister, 
M.T., 1875. Contested (L.) South 
Westmorland 1892, Skipton Divi- 
sion 1895 ; High Sheriff for York- 
shire 1897 ; Pres. of Skipton 
Liberal Assoc. ; J. P. Publications: 
Military Manners and Customs ; 
Primitive Manners and Customs ; 
Crimes and Punishments ; Pagan- 
ism and Christianity ; The New 
Leviathan ; Literary Forgeries ; 
Invasion and Conscription ; a id 
articles ii various magazines. 
Recreations : Photography, cycling, 
motoring. Club : Athenaeum. 
Addresses : Ingleborough, Lan- 
caster ; 50 Ennismore Gardens, 
London, S.W. 

Farrer, Reginald John : 6. Feb. 17, 
1880 ; s. of J. A. Farrer, of Ingle- 
borough. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
1898-1902 (W.H.F., F. de P., 
J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1900 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum. 1902. Fodringeye 
Soc. (Pres. and Sec). Travelled in 
Japan 1903, Ceylon 1908 ; con- 
tested (L.) Ashford Division of 
Kent, 1910 ; J. P., West Riding of 
Yorks. Publications : The Gar- 
den of Asia, 1904 ; The House of 
Shadows, 1906 ; The Sundered 
Streams and My Rock Garden, 
1907 ; The Ways of Rebellion, 
Alpines and Bog Plants, In Old 
Ceylon, and The Dowager of 
Jerusalem, 1908 ; In a Yorkshire 
Garden, and The Anne-Queen's 
Chronicle, 1909. Recreations : 
Writing, gardening, travelling. 
Club : Travellers'. Address : 

Ingleborough, Lancaster. 

Farrer, Roland John : b. March 2, 
1873 ; s. of F. W. Farrer, of Lon- 
don. Educ. Eton (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1892-5 (W.R.H., J.A.S.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1893 ; 4th Lit. Hum. 1895 ; 
Assoc. XI. (Sec). Brakenbiuy 
Soc. Civil Service, Straits Settle- 
ments, 1896 ; Head of Malay CoU., 



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Malacca, 1 901-4 ; District Officer, 
Penang, 1 904-11. Address : 16 
Devonshire Place, Portland Place, 
London, W. 

Farrer, Sidney James : b. Jan. 29, 
1888 ; s. of J. A. Farrer, of Ingle- 
borough. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1907-10 (H.W.C.D., F.F.U.) ; 3rd 
Mod. Hist. 1910 ; Univ. Shooting 
Eight 1908-9. Address : Ingle- 
borough, Lancaster. 

Farrer, Hon. Thomas Cecil : see 
Farrer, Baron. 

♦Farrer, Rev. Prebendary Waiter : 
b. May 1862 ; s. of O. W. Farrer, 
of Binnegar Hall, Wareham. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1881-5 (F. d:- P., 
A.L.S.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1883 ; 3rd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1885 ; M.A. 
1890. Dervorguilla Soc. Wells 
Theological Coll. 1885 ; ordained 
d. 1886, p. 1888 ; Curate of St. 
John the Evangelist, Leeds, 1886- 
9 ; Wincanton 1889-97 ; Rector, 
ditto, 1 897-1 907 ; Rural Dean of 
Bruton 1898-1907; Prebendary 
of Wells 1905 ; Vicar of Chard, and 
Rural Dean of Crewkeme, 1907-. 
Club : New Oxford and Cambridge. 
Address : The Vicarage, Chard. 

♦Farrer, Rev. William : b. Nov. n, 
1850 ; s. of Rev. M. T. Farrer, of 
Shirley, Surrey ; m. July 1879, 
Edith, d. of F. B. Marson. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1869-73 (E.P.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1870 ; 4th Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1873 ; M.A. 1875 ; first ' 9th 
man ', Univ. Eight, 1873 ; winner 
Univ. Fours (thrice) and Pairs ; 
Stroke of Coll. Eight (head of 
river 1873) ; rowed fifty-seven 
races for Coll. ; Eton Eight 1868. 
Ordained d. 1874, p. 1875 ; 
Curate of Bisham 1875-7 ; Son- 
ning 1877-9 > Vicar of Bel- 
champ St. Paul, Essex, 1879-82 ; 
Bere Regis with Winterborne 
Kingston 1886-1900 ; Rural Dean 
of Bere Regis 1893-1900 ; Vicar of 
Bisham 1900-. Recreations : Row-: 
ing, roses. Address : Bisham 
Vicarage, Marlow. 

♦Farrer, William Francis : b. Oct. 
28, 1858 ; s. of Sir W. J. Farrer. 
Educ. Eton; Balliol 1877-81 



(R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1878; 
3rd Jur., and B.A., 1881 ; M.A. 
1895. Dervorguilla Soc. Solicitor 
(retired). Address : 7 St. James's 
Square, London, S.W. 

Farrer, Sir William James : b. May 
24, 1822 ; s. of Thomas Farrer, of 
London ; m. Sept. 2, 1856, Anna 
Maria, d. of H. F. Shaw-Lefevre. 
Issue : three sons, four daughters. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1839-44 
(R.S., A.C.T., W.C.L., J.G.L., 
B.J., W.W.) ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1843 ; 
B.A. 1844 ; M.A. 1854 ; Cricket 
XI ; Eight. Union Soc. Solicitor 
(retired 1886) ; Solicitor to Grena- 
dier Guards ; High Bailiff of 
Westminster 1867 ; knighted, 
Queen's Jubilee, 1887. Recrea- 
tions : Shooting, gardening, driv- 
ing. Club : Athenaeum. Ad- 
dresses : 18 Upper Brook St., 
London, W. ; Sandhurst Lodge, 
Berks. [Died Sept. 17, 1911.] 

Farwell, Christopher John Wickens : 
b. Dec. 26, 1877 ; s. of the Rt. Hon. 
Sir George Farwell, P.C. ; nt. 
Nov. 12, 1904, Euphemia Leslie 
Russell, d. of T. C. Hope, of 
Geelong, Victoria. Educ. Win- 
chester ; Balliol 1896 (E.A.). 
Barrister, L.I., 1902. Publica- 
tion: Poems, 1901. Address: 
7 Laimceston Place, Kensington, 
London, W. 

Farwell, Right Hon. Sir George : 
b. Dec. 22, 1845 ; s. of F. C. Far- 
well ; m. Aug. 5, 1873, Mary 
Erskine, d. of Vice-Chancellor Sir 
John Wickens. Issue : one son, 
four daughters. Educ. Rugby ; 
BaUiol 1865-9 (E.C.W.) ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1866 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1868 ; 
B.A. 1869 ; winner of two Cups in 
Coll. Sports. Union Soc. Barris- 
ter 1871, Bencher 1895, L.I. ; K.C. 
1891 ; Judge of High Court, 
Chancery Div., and knighted, 1899; 
Chairman of Royal Commission on 
War Stores in S. Africa 1905-6 ; 
Lord Justice (retired 191 3), and 
P.C, 1906; Hon. LL.D., Edin- 
burgh, 1908 ; Hon. Fellow, Balliol, 
1 91 2. Publication : A Concise 
Treatise on Powers, 1873, 2nd ed. 
1893. Club : Athenaeum. Ad- 



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dresses : 15 Southwell Gardens, 
London, S.W. ; Knowle, Dunster, 
Somerset. 
Faunthorpe, John Champion : b. 

May 30, 1 871 ; s. of Rev. J. P. 
Faunthorpe, of Elmfield, Bromley 
Common, Kent ; m. 1895, Amy 
Frances, d. of Major Ryves. Issue : 
two sons. Educ. Rossall (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1890-2 (W.M.) ; Univ. 
Shooting Eight and Long Range 
Team ; Torpid (i). I.C.S., United 
Provinces, 1892 ; District Magis- 
trate ; Acting Commandant, ist 
United Prov. Horse. Recrea- 
tions : Tiger-shooting, pig-sticking, 
racing. Club : East India United 
Service. Addresses : c/o H. S. 
King & Co., 9 Pall Mall, London, 
S.W. ; c/o King, King & Co., 
Bombay, India. 

•Fausset, Rev. Prebendary William 
Yorke : b. April 15, 1859 ; s. of 
Rev. Canon Fausset, D.D., of 
York, and Co. Fermanagh, Ireland ; 
m. 1890, Catherine E. R., d. of 
Henry Parkinson, Barrister-at- 
law. Issue : two sons. Educ. 
St. Peter's, York (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1877-81 (F. de P., E.A.) ; CI. Sch. ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1878 ; Gaisford Prize 
(Prose) 1880 ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1881 ; Craven Sch. 1883 ; 
Ellerton Essay 1884 ; M.A. 1884. 
Brakenbury Soc. (Pres.). Or- 
dained d. 1885, p. 1887; Sixth Form 
Master, Manchester Gr. School, 
1882-5 ; Assist. Master, Fettes 
Coll., 1885-90 ; Head Master, Ripon 
Gr. School, 1890-5 ; Curate of St. 
Paul.Clifton, 1895-7; Head Master, 
Bath Coll., 1897-1902 ; Occasional 
Examiner for Oxford and Cam- 
bridge Schools Examination Board 
1902-13 ; Vicar of Corston 1902- 
3 ; Rector of Timsbury 1903—10 ; 
Prebendary of Wells 1905 ; Vicar 
of Cheddar 1910-. Publications : 
Cicero pro Cluentio, with notes, 
&c., 1887 (3rd ed.) ; Cicero's 
Speeches before Caesar, 1892 ; St. 
Augustine de Catechizandis Rudi- 
bus, 1897 ; Novatian De Trinitate, 
1909 ; two essays in Medicine 
and the Church, 19 10. Address: 
Cheddar Vicarage, Somerset. 



Fawcett, James Parish Maleolm : 

b. 1856 ; s. of James Fawcett, of 
Edinburgh. Educ. Harrow ; Som- 
erset Coll. ; Balliol 1875-6 ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1876 ; and Mod. Hist. 
1900. 

♦Fawlses, Rev. Alfred : b. Nov. 
28, 1849 ; s. of A. T. Fawkes. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1868-73 
(E.C.W., E.P.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1870 ; and Lit. Hum., and 
B. A., 1872; M.A. 1909. Ordained 
d. 1874 (Chichester), p. 1881 
(R. C. Archbishop of Westmin- 
ster) ; readmitted into Church of 
England by Bishop of Hereford 
1909 ; Curate of St. Paul, Brigh- 
ton, 1874-5 ; Bishop of Here- 
ford's Emergency Staff 1909-11 ; 
Vicar of Ashby St. Ledgers 191 1-. 
Publications : Studies in Modern' 
ism, 1913 ; contributor to Cant' 
bridge Modern History (vol. vi, 
chap. xxv). Address : Ashby St. 
Ledgers Vicarage, Rugby. 

*Fearon, Daniel Robert : b. Dec i, 
1835 ; s. of Rev. D. R. Fearon, 
Vicar of Assington, Suffolk ; 
m. 1861, Margaret Arnold, d. of 
Prof. Bonamy Price, of Oxford. 
Issue : two daughters. Educ. 
Marlborough ; Balliol 1854-60 
(E.C.W.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1856 ; 
ist Lit. Hum., and 4th Law and 
Hist., 1858 ; B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 
1865 ; Torpid. Barrister, L.I., 
1874 ; member Royal Commis- 
sions, Schools Inquiry 1865, En- 
dowed Schools 1870 ; Depart- 
mental Commissions, Inquiry into 
Education in Manchester and 
Liverpool 1869, Irish Education 
Department 1874 ; Committee on 
Secondary Education in England 
and Wales 1892 ; Assist. Charity 
Commissioner 1875 ; Sec. to 
Charity Commission 1886 ; Charity 
Commissioner 1900 ; retired 1903 ; 
member of Council of Marlborough 
Coll. ; C.B. 1894. Recreations : 
Tandem-driving, fly-fishing, gar- 
dening. Club : Athenaeum. Ad- 
dress : c/o Messrs. Bury, 47 Lin- 
coln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. 

FeUding, Percy Henry : b. Dec. 23, 
1867 ; s. of General the Hon. 



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Percy Feilding ; m. May 3, 1904, 
Clotilde, d. of H. B. Brewster, of 
Rome. Educ. Wellington ; Balliol 
1888-91 (W.H.F., A.V.D.) ; 3rd 
Jut. 1891 B.A. 1892 ; Univ. 
Trial and Coll. Eights. Studied 
law, and subsequently architec- 
ture ; practising as Architect 
1908-. Address : Rush House, 
Famborough, Hants. 

•Felling, Keith Grahame : b. Sept. 
y, 1884 ; s. of Ernest Felling, of 
Leatherhead,Surrey ; m. 1912, Caro- 
line Janson. Educ. Marlborough ; 
Balliol 1903-6 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D., 
F.F.U.) ; Hon. Ex. ; 1st Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1906 ; M.A. 1910 ; 
Hockey XI. Brakenbury Soc. 
Fellow of All Souls 1906 ; Lecturer 
in Mod. Hist., Univ. of Toronto, 
1907-9 ; Lecturer 1909, Tutor 
1910-, Student 191 1-, Christ 
Church ; Exam. Mod. Hist. 1914- 
15 ; Vice-Chairman of Univ. Ap- 
pointments Committee. Publi- 
cation : Toryism, 191 3. Address: 
Christ Church, Oxford. 

Fellowes, Rupert Caldwell Butler : 
b. May 12, 1894 ; s. of Rear- 
Admiral Sir T. H. B. Fellowes, 
K.C.B. Educ. St. Paul's School ; 
BaUiol 1913- (H.W.C.D., N.S.T.) ; 
Brakenbury Sch. ; ist Torpid 
(stroke). Union and Arnold Socs. ; 
Boys' Club. Address : Wood- 
field, Stevenage, Herts. 

Fenton, Alexander William Elsmie : 
b. Aug. 2, 189 1 ; s. of M. W. Fen- 
ton, of Bedford. Educ. Bedford ; 
Balliol 1909-10 (H.B.H.V 

Ffrench, Rev. Le Bel Holbrooke 
Edward : b. March 22, 1871 ; s. 
of Rev. Canon G. Ffrench, Rector 
of Shinrone, King's Co., Ireland ; 
m. 1898, Sydney Constance Violet, 
d. of H. D. Stanistreet, Mus.Doc. 
Issue : two sons, three daughters. 
Educ. Trent Coll. (Ex.) ; Balliol 
1890-4 (F. de P., W. H. Fre- 
mantle) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1892 ; 2nd 
Theol., and B.A., 1894 ; Assoc. 
XI. Arnold Soc. Wycliffe Hall 
1894-5 ; ordained d. 1895, p. 1896 ; 
Curate of Shinrone 1895-7, Kenil- 
worth 1897 ; Rector of Lorrha 
1897-1901, Shinrone 1901-10 ; 



Rural Dean of Ikerrin 1909-10 ; 
Rector of Kilconnell, and Chapl. to 
Lord Ashtown, 1910-. Address : 
Kilconnell, Ballinasloe, Ireland. 

♦Field, Guy Cromwell : 6. Jan. 15, 
1887; s. of H. C. Field, Mer- 
chant, of Birmingham. Educ. 
Marlborough ; Balliol 1905-10 
(J.L.S.D., A.D.L., A.L.S.) ; 
Brakenbury Hist. Sch. ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum. 1908 ; 2nd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1909 ; M.A. and B.Sc. 
1912. Arnold Soc. Lecturer in 
Philosophy, Birmingham Univ., 
1911-12 ; ditto in ■ Ethics and 
Politics, Manchester Univ., 1912-. 
Addresses : 100 Ladybam Lane, 
Fallowfield, Manchester ; Court- 
lands, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Field, Henry St. John : b. Nov. 22, 
1883 ; s. of Henry Field, Solicitor, 
of Leamington. Educ. Rugby 
(Sch.) ; BaUiol 1902-6 (A.W.P.C, 
J.L.S.D.) ; CI. Ex. ; 1st CI. 
Mods. 1904 ; 2nd Lit. Hiun. 1906 ; 
Eight. Union and Dervorguilla 
Socs. Barrister, I.T., 1908. Ad- 
dress : I Tanfield Court, Temple, 
London, E.C, 

Field, Richard Errington : b. Sept. 
I, 1889 ; s. of H. C. Field, of 
Edgbaston. Educ. West House, 
Edgbaston ; Marlborough ; Bal- 
liol 1908-10 (C.B., A.D.L.) ; 
Hockey XI (Sec). Arnold Soc. 
Entered business with Alfred 
Field & Co., Birmingham, 1910. 
Recreations : Hockey, cricket. 
Address : Courtlands, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham. 

Figgins, Robert Leighton : see 
Leighton, R. L. 

FlQch, Frederick Richard : b. 1871 ; 
s. of R. Finch, of Southport. 
Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 1890-4 
(A.L.S., W.H.F., J.L.S.D., T.R.) ; 
Brakenbury Sch. ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
1893; B.A. 1894. Barrister, L. I., 
1898. Address : 4 Stone Build- 
ings, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C, 

Finch, Harry Randolph : b. Oct. 18, 
1842 ; s. of George Finch, of 
London ; m. Catharine, d. of 
Sir Henry Fludyer. Issue : two 
sons, one daughter. Educ. Har- 
row ; Balliol 1861-5 (E.P., J.R., 



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B.J.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1863 ; B.A. 
1866 ; M.A. 1869 ; Cricket XI 
(Sec.) ; member of Harlequins ; 
Whip to Drag. Barrister, I.T., 
1868 ; Land Agent ; for twenty- 
one years Sec. to Cottesmore 
Hunt. Club : United University. 
Address : Manton, Oakham. 

Finch-Hatton, Hon. Henry Stor- 
mont : see Winchilsea, Earl of. 

♦Findlay, John Ritchie : b. Jan. 13, 
1866; s. of J. R. Findlay, of 
Edinburgh ; m. July 1901, 
Harriet Jane, d. of Sir J. E. 
Backhouse Bart. Issue : three 
sons, two daughters. Educ. Har- 
row ; Balliol 1884-9 (F. de P., 
H.B.D., J.C, J.L.S.D.) ; ist Nat. 
Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 1887 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1889 ; M.A. 1895. 
Union and Brakenbury Socs. 
Entered journalism on leaving 
Oxford ; proprietor of The Scots- 
man 1898- ; Trustee for National 
Galleries of Scotland ; D.L. ; 
J.P. ; F.R.S.E. Addresses : 27 
Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh ; 
Aberlour, Banffshire. 

•Findlay, Robert Elmsall : b. April 
25, 1855 ; s. of C. B. Findlay, of 
Boturich, Dumbartonshire ; m. 
Aug. 20, 1882, Jane Cecilia 
Louise, d. of James Scott, of 
Glasgow. Issue : four sons, one 
daughter. Educ. Harrow ; Bal- 
liol 1874-7 (T.H.G., R.L.N., F. de 
P., J.F.B.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1877 ; M.A. 1881 ; Univ. 
Trial, and Coll. Eights ; Torpid. 
Dervorguilla Soc. Partner 1877, 
Director 1909, Findlay, Richard- 
son & Co., Lim., Merchants, Japan 
and Manila ; Director Scottish 
Amicable Life Assurance Soc. 
1896 ; Union Bank of Scotland 
1901 ; Queen's Own Glasgow 
Yeomanry 1880-1908 ; retired 
Hon. Major; Chairman Kilmar- 
nock Parish Council ; member 
Kilmarnock School Board, Dum- 
bartonshire County Council, and 
Territorial Assoc. ; Governor of 
West of Scotland Agricultural Coll.; 
J.P. ; D.L. Recreations : Shooting, 
fishing. Clubs : Carlton ; New 
(Edinburgh), Western (Glasgow). 



A ddress : Boturich Castle, Balloch, 
Dumbartonshire. 

Ftodlay, Robert Scott : b. April 17, 
1887; s. of R. E. Findlay, of 
Boturich Castle, Balloch. Educ. 
St. Ninian's, Moffat ; Harrow ; 
Balliol 1905-9 (A.L.S., F.F.U., 
H.W.C.D., J.W.R.) ; 4th Mod. 
Hist. 1909 ; B.A. 1910 ; Univ. 
and Coll. Shooting Teams (Capt.) 
1906-9 ; Univ. Water Polo Team 
1908-9; Torpid (i) ; Eight; 
Sculls ; Morrison Fours. Union 
and Brakenbury Socs. Joined 
Findlay, Richardson & Co., Lim., 
Merchants, Japan and Manila, 
1909 ; Lieut. 9th Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders 1910 ; shot in 
Scottish Eight, Regimental and 
Company Teams. Recreation : 
Shooting. Address : Boturich 
Castle, Balloch, Dumbartonshire. 

Finlay, Edward Norman Alison : 
b. Dec. 5, 1889 ; s. of J. F. Finlay, 
of Guildford. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1908-12 (A.W.P.C, H.M.W.) ; 
CI. Sch. ; ist CI. Mods., and Prox. 
Acces. Hertford Sch., 1909 ; Hert- 
ford and Craven Schs. 1910 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1912 ; Eight. 
Address : Alverstoke, Guildford. 

Firmstone, Rev. Edward Reade : 
b. March 21, 1850 ; s. of W. C. 
Firmstone, of Wordsley, Stour- 
bridge. Educ. Hyde Abbey, Win- 
chester ; Balliol 1869-72 (E.P., 
J.P., R.L.N.) ; B.A. 1872. Union 
Soc. Engaged in farming 1872-4 ; 
ordained d. 1874, p. 1875 ; Curate 
of Banbury 1874—5 ; Blakedown 
1875-81 ; Vicar of Kilpeck and 
Kenderchurch 188:—. Address : 
Kilpeck Vicarage, Hereford. 

*Firtn, Charles Harding : b. March 
16, 1857 ; s. of John Firth, of 
Sheffield ; m. July 14, 1880, 
Frances, d. of Rev. H. Ashington. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Clifton ; 
New Coll. 1875 ; Balliol 1876-8 
(J.F.B.) ; Ex. and Sch. ; Stanhope 
Prize 1877 ; ist Mod. Hist. 1878 ; 
B.A. 1879 ; M.A. 1882. Lecturer 
at Pembroke 1887-93 ; Exam, in 
Mod. Hist. 1892-4 ; Ford's Lec- 
turer in English Hist. 1900 ; 
Fellow, All Souls, 1901, Oriel 1904 ; 



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Regius Prof, of Mod. Hist. 1904- ; 
Co-opted member of Board of 
FaciJty of Mediaeval and Modem 
Languages and Literature 1913 ; 
member of Historical MSS. Com- 
mission, 1904 ; Trustee of National 
Portrait Gallery, 1908 ; Pres. of 
Royal Hist. Soc. 1913; Hon. LL.D., 
Aberdeen ; Hon. D.C.L., Durham ; 
Hon. D.Litt., Sheffield, Man- 
chester, and Cambridge ; F.B.A. 
Publications : Oliver Cromwell and 
the Rule of the Puritans in England, 
1990 ; Cromwell's Army, 1901 ; 
The Last Years of the Protectorate, 
1909 ; The House of Lords during 
the Civil War, 1910 ; contributor 
to Dictionary of National Bio- 
graphy ; editor of Life of Colonel 
Hutchinson, 1885 ; Life of the Duke 
of Newcastle, 1886 ; Memoirs of 
Edmund Ludlow, 1894 ; Journal of 
Joachim Hane, 1896 ; Clarke 
Papers, 1891—1901 ; Scotland and 
the Commonwealth, 1895 and 1899 ; 
Naval Songs and Ballads, 1907 ; 
Acts and Ordinances of the Inter- 
regnum, 1911 ; Macaulay's History 
of England from the Accession of 
James II, six volumes 1913-. 
Address : 2 Northmoor Road, 
Oxford. 

Fisher, Emest Arthur : b. April 4, 
1887 ; s. of W. J. Fisher, of Ox- 
ford. Educ. City Technical School, 
Oxford; Balliol 1907-11 (H.B.H., 
J.W.R., F.L.A.) ; WUliams Ex. ; 
ist Nat. Sci. (Chem.) 1911. Union 
Soc. Lecturer in Agricultural 
Chemistry 1911-13, Chief Assist, 
in Chemical Research Department 
1913-, S.E. Agricultural Coll. 
(Univ. of London), Wye. Address : 
South Eastern Agricultural Col- 
lege, Wye, Kent. 

FitzGerald, Gerald Beresford : b. 
Feb. 9, 1849 ; s. of Rev. Gerald 
FitzGerald, Rector of Wanstead ; 
m. Jan. 1881, Lucy Adelaide, d. of 
F. D. Wickham, of Frome, Som. 
Issue : two sons, three daugh- 
ters. Educ. Balliol 1867-8 (B.J.). 
Union Soc. Home Office 1869-81 ; 
F.R.G.S. ; F.S.A. Publications : 
The Minor Camioro ; A Fleeting 
Show, &c. Club : Royal Societies. 



Address : 14 Kensington Court 
Mansions, London, W. 

FitzGerald, Maurice Otho : b. Nov. 
27, 1845 ; s. of Ven. A. O. Fitz- 
Gerald, Archdeacon of Wells. 
Educ. Marlborough ; Uppingham ; 
Private ; Balliol 1864-5 ; Sch. of 
Trinity 1865 ; 2ad CI. Mods. i866. 
Merchant, Shanghai, 1871-5, Lon- 
don 1876-86; Director National 
Provincial Bank 1886-. Clubs : 
Arthur's, Athenaeum. Address: 
130 Mount St., London, W. 

FitzGerald, Reginald Patrick : b. 
March 12, 1874 ; s. of Nicholas 
FitzGerald, of Melbourne. Educ. 
Dulwich Coll. ; Balliol 1892-4 
(A.L.S.,W.H.F.). Address -.Wood- 
stock, Cape Town, S. Africa. 

FitzRoy, Sir Almeric William : 
b. Nov. 12, 185 1 ; s. of F. H. Fitz- 
Roy, of Frogmore Park, Hants ; 
m. July 30, 1887, Katharine, d. of 
Sir H. T. Farquhar, 4th Bart. 
Issue : one son, one daughter. 
Educ. Private ; Balliol 1870-4 
(R.L.N., J.F.B.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1872 ; ist Mod. Hist. 1874 ; B.A. 
1875. Union and Dervorguilla 
(Pres., Sec, and one of the 
founders) Socs. Educational De- 
partment of Privy Council 1876 ; 
trans, to the Office in London 1884; 
Private Sec. to three Vice-Presi- 
dents of Committee of Council on 
Education (Hon. E. Stanhope, 
Sir Henry Holland, and Sir W. 
Hart Dyke) 1885-92 ; ditto to 
Lord President of Council (Duke 
of Devonshire) 1895—8 ; Chairman 
Departmental Committees on Phy- 
sical Deterioration 1903-4, and 
Mid wives Act 1908-9 ; member of 
Executive Committee for the Pre- 
paration for the Coronations of their 
Majesties King Edward VII and 
George V ; Clerk of Privy Council 
1898- ; member of Royal Commis- 
sion on Venereal Diseases 191 3- ; 
C.V.O. 1902; K.C.V.O. 1909; 
K.C.B. 1911. Publications : General 
Supervisor of Acts of the Privy 
Council (Colonial Series) 161 3-1 783. 
Clubs : Travellers', Burlington Fine 
Arts, Ranelagh. Addresi : 55 Lower 
Belgrave St., London, S.W. 



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Flanagan, John Woulfe : b. 1852 ; 

s. of Rt. Hon. S. Woulfe Flanagan, 
of Dublin. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
1871-4 ; ist CI. Mods. 1873 ; 
Stanhope Prize 1874 ; ist Lit. 
Hum. 1875 ; B.A. 1876. Barrister, 
L.I., 1877 ; Irish Bar 1890. 
Address : 31 Tedworth Square, 
Chelsea, S.W. 

Flanagan, Terence Woulfe : b. July 
7, 1859 ; s. of Rt. Hon. S. Woulfe 
Flanagan, of Dublin ; m. Nov. 17, 
1892, Margarst Hester Went- 
worth, d. of Rev. W. J. Loftie, 
Issue : one daughter. Educ. 
St. Mary's Coll., Oscott, Birming- 
ham ; Private ; Balliol 1877-82 
(R.L.N., F. de P.) ; and CI. Mods. 
1879 ; B.A. 1882. Union and 
Brakenbury Socs. M.B., B.Ch., 
B.A.O., and Diploma in State 
Medicine, Dublin ; formerly prac- 
tised in Chelsea ; served as 
Guardian of Poor, and as Medical 
Adviser, &c., to C.O.S., Chelsea ; 
Assist, in Electrical Department, 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital ; now 
assisting to run a Boys' Club in 
Wapping, and boat for ' Sea 
Scouts '. Recreations : Travel, 
walking, boating. Club : United 
University. Address : 5 Pier 
Head, Wapping Old Stairs, Lon- 
don, E. 

Fleming, Maxwell : b. May 30, 
1871 ; s. of Rev. Archibald 
Fleming, of Inchyra, Perthshire ; 
m. July 29, 1908, Elsa, d. of 
Richard Blackwood, of Hartwood. 
Educ. Edinburgh Academy and 
Univ. ; Balliol 1892-7 (T.R., 
W.H.F.) ; 4th Jur. 1895 ; B.A. 
1897. Union and Annandale Socs. 
LL.B., Edinburgh. Scottish Bar 
1897 ; Judge of the Sudan Courts 
1904-. Recreations: Golf , croquet, 
lawn tennis. Club : United Uni- 
versity. Address : Khartoum, 
Sudan. 

Flemmich, Arthur Helmuth : b. 
April 24, 1873 ; s. of J. F. Flem- 
mich, of Roehampton. Educ. 
Harrow ; Balliol 1891-5 (W.R.H., 
J.A.S.) ; B.A. 1896 ; Eight. 
Grazier in Queensland 1896-1907. 
Club : Oxford and Cambridge. 



Address : Alton House, Roehamp- 
ton, London, S.W. 

*FIemmich, Max Davy : b. June 14. 
1880 ; s. of J. F. Flemmich, of 
Roehampton ; m. 1906, Susan 
Gertrude, d. of C. F. Hoyle, of 
Oulton, Leeds. Issue : two sons, 
one daughter. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1899-1902 (A.L.S., J.C, 
H.B.H.) ; 4th Nat. Sci. (Chem.), 
and B.A., 1903 ; M.A. 1906, 
Brakenbury Soc. Club : Somerset 
County (Taunton). Address : The 
Yews, Curry Rivel, Taunton. 

Fletcher, Frank : b. Oct. 13, 1867 ; 
s. of John Fletcher, of Gloucester ; 
m. Aug. 1901, Olga Marie Rachel, 
d. of E. H. d'Avigdor, of Somerhill, 
Tonbridge. Issue : three daugh- 
ters. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
1886-9 (E.A., J.L.S.D.) ; CI. Ex. ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1887 ; Gaisford 
Verse Prize 1888 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
1889; B.A. 1890; Cricket and 
Assoc. XI's. Brakenbury and 
Arnold Socs. Oxfordshire Assoc. 
XI ; Sec. in literary matters to the 
Rev. Dr. Jowett 1886-93 5 teacher 
in Elementary Schools 1893-1901, 
and in Whitechapel Foundation 
School (Secondary) 1901 ; Assist. 
Lecturer in Education, Univ. Coll. 
of N. Wales, Bangor, 1901-2, and 
Univ. of Liverpool 1903-4 ; Prof, 
of Education, Hartley Univ. Coll., 
Southampton, 1904-6 ; Sub-Editor 
on Staff of Victoria County History 
1907-9 ; Lecturer in Classics, 
Univ. Coll., Exeter, 1909-. Pub- 
lications : Schools of Rutland (Vic- 
toria County History) . Recreations: 
Hockey, cricket, tennis, golf. Ad- 
dress : 48 Polsloe Road, Exeter. 

*Fletcher, Frank : b. May 3, 1870 ; 
s. of Ralph Fletcher, of Atherton, 
Manchester ; m. Aug. 2, 1902, 
Dorothy, d. of William Pope, of 
Crediton. Educ. Rossall (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1889-93 (W.R.H., R.L.N., 
J.A.S.) ; Sch. and Jenkyns Ex. ; 
Craven Sch. 1890 ; ist CI. Mods, 
and Ireland Sch. 1891 ; ist Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1893 ; Derby 
Sch. 1894 ; M.A. 1896 ; Univ. 
1893, and Coll. Hockey XI's. 
Brakenbury Soc. (Pres.). Master 



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at Rugby i 894-1 903 ; Head 
Master, Marlborough, 1903-11 ; 
Charterhouse 191 1-. Clubs : Al- 
pine, Savile, Cavendish. Address : 
Charterhouse School, Godalming, 
Surrey. 

Fletcher, Rev. Henry Mordaunt : 
b. Nov. 26, 1822 ; s. of M. A. 
Fletcher, of Edinburgh ; tn. Oct. 
14, 1851, Charlotte (dec), d. of 
Prof. Alexander Monro. Issue : 
three sons, two daughters. Educ. 
Edinburgh Academy and Univ. ; 
Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 1843-7 
(W.C.L., E.C.W., B.J.) ; Snell Ex. ; 
B.A. 1847; M.A. 1851. Union 
Soc. Ordained d. 1847, p. 1848 ; 
.Curate of Wordsley 1847-8 ; Net- 
;tlecombe 1848-50 ; Peasemore 
1850-3 ; Rector of North Stoke, 
Som., 1853-6 ; Vicar of Derry 
Hill, Wilts., 1856-72 ; Curate-in- 
Charge, Alton Berners, 1872-6 ; 
Bicknor, 1876-8 ; Rector of Gras- 
mere 1878-93 ; Vicar of Nacking- 
ton 1893-7. Address : 2 Rawlin- 
son Road, Oxford. 

Fletcher, James Douglas : b. 1857 ; 
(s. of James Fletcher, of Rose- 
baugh, Avock, Ross-shire ; m. 
1909, Lilian, d. of Col. Stephen, 
C.B. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1877- 
80 ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1878 ; 3rd Jur. 
1880 ; Student, LT., 1879 ; J.P. ; 
D.L. Clubs : Arthur's, Carlton. 
Addresses: Rosehaugh, Inverness ; 
31 Hertford St., Mayfair, Lon- 
don, W. 

Fletcher, John : b. March 6, 1850 ; 
s. of H. R. Fletcher, of Toronto ; 
m. 1881, Isabel, d. of Andrew 
Inches. Issue : five children. 
Educ. Upper Canada and Univ. 
Colls., Toronto; Balliol 1875-9 
(J.P., R.L.N., E.A., J.L.S.D.); 
ist CI. Mods. 1877 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1879 ; M.A., 1882. 
Prof, of Latin and Greek, Univ. of 
New Brunswick, 1879-81 ; Prof, 
of Latin, Queen's Univ., Kingston, 
Canada, 1881-95; Uni/. Coll., 
Toronto, 1895-. Publications : 
Joint author of First Latin Book ; 
Latin Prose ; Greek Prose. Ad- 
dress : University Colbge, Toronto, 
Canada. 



♦Fletcher, Lazarus : b. March 3, 
1854 ; s. of Stewart Fletcher, of 
Hulme, Manchester ; m. Sept. i, 
1880, Agnes Ward, d. of Rev. 
Thomas Holme, Vicar of Moorside, 
Oldham. Issue : one daughter. 
Educ. Manchester Gr. School ; 
Balliol 1872-7 (R.L.N., T.H.G., 
H.J.S.S., J.W.R.); Brakenbury 
Science Sch. ; ist Math. Mods. 
1873 ; dist. in Jun. Math. Sch. 
1874 ; ist Math. 1875 ; ist Nat. 
Sci., Sen. Math. Sch., and B.A., 
1876 ; M.A., 1879. Union Soc. 
Demonstrator in ClarendonLabora- 
tory 1875-7; Fellow 1877, Hon. 
ditto 1910, University Coll. ; 
Millard Lecturer in Physics, 
Trinity, 1877-8 ; Exam, in Nat. 
Sci., Oxford, 1880, and Nat. Sci. 
Tripos, Camljridge, 1882-3, 1884- 
91, 1896-7 ; ist Class Assist. 1878- 
80, Keeper 1 880-1909, Depart- 
ment of Minerals, Director Na- 
tural History Departments 1909-, 
British Museum ; Pres. 1885-8, 
Sec. 1888-1909, Mineralogical Soc.; 
Pres. of Geological Section of 
British Assoc. 1894 ; Vice- Pres., 
Geological Soc, 1890-2, Physical 
Soc. 1895-7, Royal Soc. 191 0-12 ; 
member of Council of Royal Soc. 
1895-7, 1910-12 ; WoUaston 
Medallist, Geological Soc, 1912 ; 
Corresponding Member, Royal Soc. 
of Gottingen, Academy of Sciences 
of Munich, New York Academy of 
Sciences ; Hon. Member, Sociedad 
Cientifica Antonio Alzate, Mexico ; 
Hon. Ph.D., Berlin; F.R.S. Publi- 
cations : Introduction to the Study 
of Meteorites, 1881 ; ditto Minerals, 
1884 ; ditto. Rocks, 1895 ; The 
Optical Indicatrix, 1892 ; various 
papers on crystallographical, phy- 
sical, and mineralogical subjects, 
and on meteorites. Recreations : 
Walking, gardening. Clubs : 
Athenaaum, Savile. Address : 35 
Wood^'ille Gardens, Ealing, Lon- 
don, W. 

Fletcher, Reginald William : b. 
March 19, 1892 ; s. of C. R. L. 
Fletcher, Fellow of All Souls and 
Magdalen Colls. Educ. Eton ; 
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A.D.L.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1912 ; 
B.A. 1913; Univ. 1914, and Coll. 
Eights ; Torpid ; Four. Address : 
Norham End, Oxford. 

♦Fletcher, Walter George : 6. Jan. 7, 
;i888 ; s. of C. R. L. Fletcher, 
Fellow of All Souls and Magdalen 
Colls. Educ. Eton (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1907-10 (E. J. P., J.L.S.D.); 
3rd Lit. Hum. 1910; B.A. 1911 ; 
M.A. 1913 ; Eight ; Pairs ; Ath- 
letic Club (Sec). Brakenbury Soc. 
(Pres.). Assist. Master Shrews- 
bury 1911-13 ; Eton 1913-. 
CiM6 : United University. Address: 
Norham End, Oxford. 

Flory, Rev. Canon William: b. 
Sept. 22, 1846 ; s. of John Flory, 
of Great Bealings ; m. April 6, 
1875, Susannah Proctor, d. of 
Thomas Ryland, of Erdington. 
Issue : one daughter. Educ. Pri- 
vate ; Non-CoU. 1878 (St.G.S.) ; 
New-Inn-Hall 1886 ; Balliol 1887. 
Ordained d. 1870 p. 1871 ; Curate 
of St. Clement's, Nechells, Birming- 
ham, 1870-5 ; St. Paul's, Onslow 
Square, 1875-7 ; ist Incimibent, 
then Vicar, Holy Trinity, Leaming- 
ton, 1877— 1912. Address : Red- 
land Lodge Leamington. [Died 
1912.] 

Flugel, John Carl : b. June 13, 1884; 
s. of Carl Flugel, of Reigate; 
m. 1913, Mabel Ingeborg, d. of 
R. T. Klingberg, of Sheffield. 
Educ. Private ; Balliol 1902-6 
(F. de P., J.A.S.) ; 4th CI. Mods. 
1904; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1906 ; John Locke Sch. in Mental 
Philosophy 1908. Union and 
Arnold Socs. Assist, in Experi- 
mental Psychology, University 
Coll., London, 1909- ; Sec. of 
British Psychological Soc. 1911-. 
Publications : articles in British 
Journal of Psychology, March and 
Jime, 191 3, and joint author of 
article in Dec. number, 1909. 
Recreations : Music, lawn tennis, 
travel, propaganda of Esperanto 
and Neo-Malthusicuiism. Clubs : 
National Liberal, German Athe- 
naeum, International Franchise. 
Address : Cravenhurst, Reigate, 
Surrey. 



Fobes, Francis Howard : b. An^. 1, 

1881 ; s. of E. F. Fobes, of Lexing- 
ton, Mass., U.S.A. Educ. Phillips 
Andover Academy, Mass., U.S.A. ; 
Harvard Univ. ; Balliol 1904-7 
(J.L.S.D., J.A.S., H.W.C.D.); 
Rhodes Sch. ; ist Lit. Hum. 1907 ; 
B.A. 1912. Brakenbury Soc. 
A.B. 1904, A.M. 1905, Ph.D. 1912, 
Harvard ; Instructor in Greek and 
Latin, Harvard, 1907-13. Address: 
3 Chandler St., Lexington, Mass., 
U.S.A. 

♦Forbes, Nevill : b. Feb. 19, 1883 ; 
s. of F. A. Forbes, of Sevenoaks. 
Educ. Marlborough ; Balliol 1903- 
7 (H.W.C.D., J.A.S.) ; Taylorian 
Sch. (Russian) 1903 ; ist Mod. 
Lang. (Russian), and B.A., 1906 ; 
M.A. 1910. Leipzig Univ. 1908- 
10, Ph.D. 1910 ; Reader in Rus- 
sian in Univ. of Oxford 1910- ; 
Exam, in Mod. Lit. (Russian) 
1914-15. Publications : Der Ge- 
brauch der Relativpronomina im 
Altrussischen, 1910 ; The Position 
of the Slavonic Languages at the 
Present Day (Inaugural lecture), 
1910 ; Polish Literature, and 
Tolstoi, 191 1 J Dostoyevsky, and 
Turgenev, 191 2 ; Picture Tales front 
the Russian (trans.), 191 3. Club : 
New University. Addresses : 44 
Broad Street, Oxford ; Godden 
Green, Sevenoaks. 

♦Forbes, William Henry : b. May 2, 
1851 ; s. of Col. John Forbes, 
Coldstream Guards. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1869-73 (E.P., J.L.S.D., 
R.L.N.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. Mods, and 
Ireland Sch. 1871 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
Craven Sch., and B.A., 1873 ; ist 
Theol. 1874; M.A. 1876. Union 
(Sub-Treas.) and DervorguiUa Socs. 
Fellow 1873-96, Lecturer 1893- 
1902, Balliol ; Hon. Student of 
British School at Athens. Pub- 
lications : Thucydides, Book I, 
with notes ; joint author Palaestra 
Logica. Club : Cyclists' Touring. 
Address : Balliol College, Oxford. 
[Died Feb. 25, 1914.] 

Ford, Edmimd Salwey : b. Nov. 4, 
1838 ; s. of Rev. James Ford, 
Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral ; 
m. Caroline, d. of Robert Artindale, 



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of Burnley. Issue : three sons, 
two daughters. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1857-61 (B.J., J.R., E.C.W. 
E.P.) ; and CI. Mods. 1859 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum. 1861 ; B.A. 1862 ; 
M.A. 1864 ; Torpid ; Four ; 
Eight. Union Soc. Barrister, L.L, 
1866 ; Chancery Bar 1 866-1 909 ; 
J.P., Cornwall, 1898. Clubs : Ox- 
ford and Cambridge, Leander. 
Addresses : 17 Hyde Park Square, 
London, W. ; Pengraaf, Perran- 
well, Cornwall. 

♦Forrest, Edward Bruce : b. June 6, 
1879 ; s. of A. T. Forrest, of 
Rushohne, Manchester ; m. 1907, 
Mary Martha, d. of G. Wainford 
Holman. Educ. Greenkeys Col- 
legiate School, Manchester ; Bal- 
liol 1902-5 (J.A.S.) ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum. 1905 ; B.A. 1906 ; M.A. 
1908 ; Univ. Lacrosse team v. 
Cambridge 1905 ; won Morrison 
Fours. Engaged in East End 
Schools and study of Education 
1905-6 ; 2nd Master, William 
Elhs School, Gospel Oak, London, 
N.W., 1906-10 ; Head Master, 
Wood Green County School, Lon- 
don, N.W., 1910- ; member of 
I.T. ; Pres. of Hist. Assoc. (Lon- 
don Branch) ; member of various 
professional committees. Publica- 
tions : Various articles on educa 
tional subjects. Address : 28 Mus 
well Road, Muswell Hill, London, N 

Forrest, Rev. Jacob Anastasio : b 
Feb. 20, 1 861 ; s. of Jacob Forrest 
M.I.C.E., M.I.M.E. ; m. June 29 
1899, Theresa, d. of Edwin Water- 
house, Auditor to the Univ. of 
Oxford. Issue : four sons, one 
daughter. Educ. King's School, 
Chester (Gold Medallist) ; Non- 
CoU. 1880; Balliol 1881-4 
(W.H.F.) ; 4th Lit. Hum. 1884 ; 
B.A. 1885 ; M.A. 1889. Ordained 
d. 1884, p. 1885 ; Curate of Salt- 
ley 1884-6 ; Quemmore 1886-8 ; 
Bishop's Hatfield 1888-93 ; Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, 1893-7 ; 
Vicar of St. Saviour's, Shepherd's 
Bush, 1897-1900 ; Potter's Bar 
1900-13 ; Linton, Kent, I9i3-- 
Vice-Chairman South African 
Church Railway Mission Commit- 



tee (London) 1906 ; Commissary 
in England, ditto, 1910- ; Sec. to 
Federation of Junior Clergy Mis- 
sionary Assocs. 1907 and to Section 
G (Duty of the Church to the 
Young), Pan- Anglican Congress, 
1908. Recreations : Travelling, 
riding, cricket, golf, gardening. 
Address : The Vicarage, Linton, 
Kent. 

♦Fortescue, John Bevill: b. Nov. i, 
1850 ; s. of Hon. G. M. Fortescue, 
of Boconnoc, Cornwall ; w. 1891, 
Dorothy A., d. of Rear- Admiral 
Sir W. L. G. Hoste, Bart. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1869-73 (E.P., 
R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1871 ; 2nd 
Jur. and B.A. 1873 ; M.A. 1876. 
Barrister, I.T., 1875 ; High Sheriff 
1894, J. P., and D.L., Cornwall. 
Clubs : Carlton, Travellers', St. 
James's. Addresses : Bocormoc, 
Lostwithiel, Cornwall ; 48 Berke- 
ley Square, London, W. ; Drop- 
more, Maidenhead. 

Fortey, Henry Comber : b. 1863 ; 
s. of Henry Fortey, of Raman- 
droog, Madras. Educ. Rossall ; 
Balliol 1882-4 (F. de P.). 

Foster, Edmund Benson: b. April 5, 
1824 ; s. of Edmund Foster, of 
Clewer ; m. Edith Eleanor, d. of 
Sir Thomas Grove, Bart. Issue : 
two sons, three daughters. Educ, 
Eton; Balhol 1843 (B.J., F.T., 
W.C.L.). Chairman of Magistrates, 
Windsor Division of Berks., for 34 
years ; member of Berks. County 
Council for 22 years. Address : 
Clewer Manor, Windsor. 

Fowler, Harry de Galle Lewis : b. 
1861 ; s. of J. T. Fowler, of 
Madras. Educ. Rugby (Sch.) ; 
Balhol 1 88 1-4 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1882 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. and B.A. 
1884; M.A. 1888. Principal of 
Nelson College, N.Z. Address: 
Nelson College, Nelson, New Zea- 
land. 

Fowler, Henry Watson: 6. March 10, 
1858 ; s. of Rev. Robert Fowler, of 
Tunbridge Wells ; m. March 10, 
1908, Jessie Marian, d. of R. S. 
WUls. Educ. Rugby (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1877-81 (W.H.F., R.G.T.) ; 
Sch. ; and CI. Mods. 1878 ; 2nd 



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Lit. Hum. i88i ; B.A. and M.A. 
1886. Dervorguilla Soc. Assist. 
Master Sedbergh 1882-99. Publi- 
cations : More Popular Fallacies, 
1904 ; a translation of Lucian, 
1905 ; The King's English, 1906 ; 
St Mihi, 1907 ; Between Boy and 
Man, 1908 ; joint editor of The 
Concise Oxford Dictionary, 1911. 
Address : S. Pierre du Bois, 
Guernsey. 

Fox, Archib&Id Douglas : 6. Oct. 16, 
1878 ; s. of Rev. A. Fox, Rector of 
Desford, Leicester. Educ. Har- 
row (Sch.) ; Balliol 1898-1902 
(A.L.S., F.F.U.). Publications : 
Sir Thomas More (a play in verse), 
1905 ; Follow Up (a story of 
Harrow), 1908 ; Harrow (Public 
School Life Series), 191 1 ; edited 
King's School, Bruton, Register, 
191 1. Address : Church View, 
Bruton, Som. 

Fox, Ernest Long: b. March 15, 
i860 ; s. of E. L. Fox, M.D., 
F.R.C.P., of Clifton; m. Dec. 
1894, Alice Mary, d. of James 
Livingston. Issue : five chil- 
dren. Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 1879 
-82 (E.A., J.L.S.D.); 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1880 ; ist Lit. Hum. and 
B.A. 1882 ; M.A. 1886 ; Cricket 
XI ; Rugby XV. Union and 
Brakenbury Socs. Assist, and 
House Master, Westminster, 1883-. 
Address : 1 Little Dean's Yard, 
Westminster, London, S.W. 

Foxcroft, Edward Talbot Day : 
formerly Jones ; b. April 29, 1837 ; 
s. of Thomas Jones, of Westbury- 
on-Trym ; m. Aug. 24, 1863, 
Wilhehnina Colquhoun, d. of 
R. Robertson-Glasgow, of Mont- 
gomery, Ayrshire. Issue : four 
sons, six daughters. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1855-9 (E.P.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1857 ; B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 
1864; Eight. Barrister, I.T., 
1866. High Sheriff 1890, member 
of County Council, J. P., and D.L., 
Somerset. Clubs : Oxford and 
Cambridge, Bath. Address : Hin- 
ton Charterhouse, Bath. [Died 
March 13, 1911.] 

Fox-Strangways, Arthur Henry : 
b. Sept. 14, 1859 ; s. of Col. W, A. 



Fox - Strangways, R.A. Educ. 
Wellington (Sch.) ; Balliol 1878- 
82 (F. de P., R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1880; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1882 ; 
B.A. and M.A. 1886; Eight 
(CapC). Dervorguilla Soc. Assist. 
Master, Dulwich, 1885-6 ; Welling- 
ton 1887-1910. Publication : The 
Music of Hindostan, 1914. Ad- 
dress: 3 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, London, E.G. 

Fox-Strangways, Maurice Walter : 
b. March 23, 1862 ; s. of Col. W. A. 
Fox-Strangways, R.A. ; m. 1886, 
Louisa Blanche, d. of Major-Gen. 
G. R. Phillips, Madras Cavalry. 
Issue : two sons, two daughters. 
Educ. Charterhouse (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1880-2 (A.T.) ; Eight ; won 
Coll. Sculls. Dervorguilla Soc. 
I.C.S., Central Provinces ; Assist. 
Commissioner and Settlement Offi- 
cer 1882 ; Deputy Commissioner 
1892 ; Commissioner 1901 ; Chief 
Sec. to Chief Commissioner 1897- 
1900 ; Financial Commissioner 
1908 ; C.S.I. 1909 ; Acting Chief 
Commissioner 1912 ; retired 1913. 
Address : c/o H. S. King & Co., 
9 PaU Mall, London, S.W. 

Francis, Herbert William Sidney: 
b. June 27, 1880 ; s. of Philip 
Francis, of Shortheath, Farnham, 
Siurey ; m. 1907, Hildegard 
Maria, d. of Rev. J. F. D. Hoernle, 
of Dunton, Biggleswade. Issue: 
two daughters. Educ. Blundell's 
(Foundation Sch.) ; Balliol 1899- 
1903 (F. de P., E.A., H.W.C.D.) ; 
Blundell Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1901 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. and B.A. 
1903. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Barrister, I.T., 1908 ; Civil Ser- 
vice ; Local Government Board. 
Address : Local Govt. Board, 
Whitehall, London, S.W. 

*Franks, Godfrey Firth : 6. July 6, 
1853 ; s. of Rev. J. F. Franks, 
Vicar of Bekesboume. Educ. 
Forest School, Walthamstow ; 
Balliol 1873-6 (E.A., R.L.N., 
T.H.G., A.G., J.L.S.D., F. de P.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1874 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1876; M.A. 1886. 
Tutor at Rev. R. Fowler's Army 
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bridge Wells, 1877; Chief CI. 
Master St. John's Wood School, 
London, 1877-9 ; Harrison Coll., 
Barbados, 1879-93 ; Second Mas- 
ter, Queen's Coll., Demerara, 1893-; 
F.G.S. 1890. Publications : Joint 
author of paper on ' The Globi- 
gerina-Marls (and Basal Reef 
Rocks) of Barbados' {Geol. Soc. 
Journal), 1898. Recreations : Tra- 
velling, study of Spanish language, 
petrology, golf. Clubs : West In- 
dian, Corona, Georgetown (Deme- 
rara). Address : Queen's College, 
Demerara. 

Fraser, Charles James Roy : b. 
Nov. 15, 1863 ; s. of Major C. R. 
Fraser, 4th Punjab Cavalry ; 
m. Nov. 14, i895,WilheInunaMary, 
d. of H. P. Smith, of Olrig, N.Z. 
Issue : one daughter. Educ. 
Leamington Coll. ; Balliol 1883-6 
(J.W.M., W.H.F., A.L.S.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1884 ; 3rd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1886. Union and 
Dervorguilla Socs. Landowner ; 
J. P., County Councillor, and 
Commissioner of Supply, Argyll. 
Clubs: Royal Highland Yacht, 
Ski of Great Britain, Royal Scottish 
Automobile. Address: Lochavich, 
TaynuUth, Argyll. 

Fraser, Francis John : b. Jan. 25, 
1857 ; s. of John Fraser, of Roe- 
hampton. Educ. Berkhamsted Gr. 
School ; Non-Coil. 1875 ; Balliol 
1876-8 (A.G., J.F.B.) ; and CI. 
Mods. 1876 ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1878; M.A. 1883. Solicitor. 
Address : 19 Southampton St., 
Bloomsbury, London, W.C. 

Fraser, James Nelson : b. Nov. 7, 
1869 ; s. of James Fraser, of 
Southport. Educ. Rossall (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1888-92 (F. de P., R.L.N.) ; 
Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1890 ; ist 
Lit. Hum. 1892 ; B.A. 1894 ; 
M.A. 1896. Arnold Soc. Cam- 
bridge Univ. Teaching Diploma; 
Master, Birkenhead School ; Indian 
Educational Service ; Prof, of 
English Lit., Deccan Coll., 1896 ; 
Principal, Training Coll. for Secon- 
dary Teachers, Bombay, 1905-. 
Publications : History of Deccan 
College ; Notes of Travel ; A 



Fragment on Education ; transla- 
tion of Tuk d rdm, vol. i ; editor 
of Indian Education. Address : 
Education Department, Bombay, 
India. 

Fraser, Stuart Mitford : b. June 2, 
1864 ; s. of J. D. Fraser, J. P. ; tn. 
Constance, d. of Col. Edwin Maude. 
Issue : one son, two daughters. 
Educ. Blundell's ; Balliol 1883-4 
(W.M.). I.C.S. 1882 ; Assist. Col- 
lector and Magistrate, and Forest 
Settlement Officer, 1884 ; Tutor 
and Guardian to the Maharaja of 
Kholapur, the Chief of Kagal, 
and Kunvar Saheb of Bhaimagar, 
1889-94 ; Tutor and Governor to 
H.H. the Maharaja of Mysore 
1896 ; Assist, to Resident 1898 ; 
Jun. Collector 1902 ; Deputy Sec. 
to Government of India, Foreign 
Department, 1903 and 1905 ; 
special duty in Foreign Depart- 
ment 1903 ; Officiating Sec, ditto, 
1904-5 ; Resident in Mysore, and 
Chief Commissioner of Coorg, 
1905-10 ; Resident in Kashmir 
191 2-14 ; Resident at Hyderabad 
1914-; C.I.E. 1902; C.S.I. 1913. 
Club : East India United Service. 
Address : c/o H. S. King & Co., 
9 Pall Mall, London, S.W. 

Fraser, William Kaspar : b. Feb. 
21, 1885 ; s. of W. H. Fraser, of 
Toronto. Educ. Univ. of Toronto ; 
Balliol 1908-10 (E.H.) ; Rhodes 
Sch. ; 2nd Jur., and B.A., 1910. 
Barrister-at-Law. Address : 58 
Canada Life Building, Toronto, 
Ont., Canada. 

Fraser-Luckie, Edgar George : b. 
Sept. II, 1862 ; s. of David 
Fraser-Luckie, of London ; m. 
Feb. 2, 1895, Gaudencia, d. of 
General Miguel Iglesias, former 
Pres. of Peru. Issue : one son, 
three daughters. Educ. Private; 
Balliol 1881-3 (A.T.) ; O.U.Bi.C, 
one of Twenty-five Mile Team v. 
Cambridge 1883. Union Soc. 
Studied for I.C.S. ; sugar-planting 
1884-8, gold- mining 1888-91, 
British Guiana ; sugar- planting 
and manufactiure, and cultivation 
of cotton and other tropical pro- 
duce, Peru, 1 892-. Ciwis: George- 



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town (British Guiana), Phoenix 
(Lima). Addresses : Andahuasi, 
Huacho, Peru ; c/o Druce Atlee, 
lo Billiter Square, London, E.G. 

Frazer, Ewan Richards : b. 1867 ; 
s. of John Frazer, of Sydney, 
N.S.W. Educ. Sydney Univ., 
N.S.W. ; BaUioI 1887-92 (W.R.H., 
A.L.S., J.C.) ; B.A. 1892 ; B.M. 
1898 ; M.R.C.S. ; L.R.C.P. Ad- 
dress : Frampost, East Grinstead, 
Sussex. 

Fremantle, Francis Edward: b. 
May 29, 1872 ; s. of the Very 
Rev. and Hon. W. H. Fremantle, 
Dean of Ripon ; m. 1905, 
Dorothy, d. of H. J. Chinnery, 
J. P., of Fringford Manor, Oxon. 
Issue : one son. Educ, Eton 
(King's Sch.) ; BalUol 1891-4 
(J.C.) ; 2nd Nat. Sci. (Phys.), and 
B.A., 1894; M.A.,B.Ch.,andM.B., 
1899 ; M.Ch. 1903. Strafford Club ; 
Union and Balliol Church (Sec.) 
Socs. Guy's Hospital 1895 ; 
House Physician, ditto, 1899 ; 
Civil-Surgeon, S. African War, 
1899-1900 ; Assist. Sec. War 
Office Departmental Committee 
on Re-organization of Army 
Medical Services 1901 ; Plague 
Medical Officer, Punjab, 1903-4 ; 
Special War Correspondent to 
Lancet and to Civil and Military 
Gazette (Lahore) in Manchuria 
1904 ; travelled round world and 
on continent in course of Sanitary 
Studies 1903-5 ; Medical Officer 
of Health 1903-, School ditto 
1908-, Herts. ; Acting- Lecturer 
on Tropical Hygiene, London 
School of Tropical Medicine, 
1906 ; Edward Jenner Lecturer 
on Public Health, St. George's 
Hospital Medical School, London 
Univ., 1908-10 ; late Surgeon- 
Capt., Herts. Imperial Yeomanry ; 
Major, R.A.M.C, and Sanitary 
Officer, E. Anglian Division T.F. ; 
member of Departmental Com- 
mittee of Privy Council on Mid- 
wives* Act 1902, 1909 ; Fellow, 
Royal Sanitary Institute, Royal 
Institute of Public Health, Soc. of 
Medical Officers of Health, and of 
Royal Soc. of Medicine ; Hon. 



Treas. Garden Cities Assoc. 1910- ; 
member of Executive of National 
League for Physical Education 
and Improvement, and of Union- 
ist Social Reform Committee ; 
Unionist Candidate for Rother- 
hithe 1906-10, Stockport 1912 ; 
member of House Committee 
and Governor, St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital ; Exam. Medicine, Ox- 
ford Univ., 1912-16. Publica- 
tions : A Doctor in Khaki, 1903 ; 
Health and Empire, 1911. Clubs : 
United, Cavendish. Address : 17 
Queensberry Place, London, S.W. 

Fremantle, Hon. Reginald Scott : 
b. 1864 ; s. of 2nd Lord Cottesloe. 
Educ. Eton; Balliol 1881-6 
(J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1883 ; 
B.A. 1886. Address : 106 Elm 
Park Gardens, London, S.W. 

Fremantle, Hon. Thomas Francis 
(1847) : see Cottesloe, Baron. 

'*'FremantIe, Hon. Thomas Francis : 
b. Feb. 5, 1862 ; s. of 2nd Lord 
Cottesloe ; m. April 16, 1896, 
Florence Annie Alexandra, d. of 
Thomas Tapling, of Kingswood, 
Dulwich. Issue : four sons, three 
daughters. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1881-4 (E.A., J.L.S.D.) ; B.A. 
1885 ; M.A. 1889 ; represented 
Univ. in rifle matches at Wimble- 
don, &c., 1 88 1-4. Union and 
Dervorguilla Socs. Assist. Private 
Sec. to Chancellor of Exchequer 
(Rt. Hon. G. J. Goschen) 1890-2 ; 
ditto to Sec. of State for War 
(Rt. Hon. St. John Brodrick) 
1900-3 ; Volunteer A.D.C. to 
Commander - in - Chief (Viscount 
Wolseley) 1895-1900 ; Lieut.-Col. 
commanding Bucks. Battalion 
T.F. (formerly ist Bucks. V.R.C.) 
1 906-1 1 ; member of Small Arms 
Committee, War Office ; Deputy- 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 
Vice-Chairman of Territorial Force 
Assoc, and formerly County 
Covmcillor, now Alderman, Bucks.; 
member of Council of National 
Rifle Assoc. ; contested (U.) N. 
Bucks. 1906 and 1910 ; Radcliffe 
Trustee 1907- ; J.P. Bucks, and 
Leics. ; D.L. Bucks. Publica- 
tions : Notes on the Rifle, 1897 ; 



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The Book of the Rifle, igoi. Clubs : 
Carlton, Travellers'. Address : 
The Old House, Swanbourne, 
Winslow. 

*FremantIe, Hon. and Very Rev. 
William Henry : b. Dec. 12, 
1831 ; s. of ist Lord Cottesloe ; 
m. (i) 1863, Isabella (d. 1901), d. 
of Sir Culling Eardley, Bart. 
Issue : three sons, two daughters ; 
(2) 1903, Sophia Frances, d. of 
Major Stuart. Educ. Eton ; 
BaUiol 1849-54 (E.C.W., W.C.L., 
B.J., E.P., J.R.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 

1852 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 

1853 ; English Essay 1854 ; M.A. 
1856; B.D. and D.D. 1895. 
Union, and one of original seven of 
Essay Soc. Originator of Fives 
Courts (Merton Lane) and Racquet 
Courts (then in St. Giles') 1853 ; 
Fellow of All Souls 1852 ; ordained 
d. 1855, p. 1856 ; Curate of Middle 
Claydon 1855-7 > Vicar of Lewk- 
nor 1857-65 ", Chapl. to Bishop 
(Tait) of London 1 861-8 ; Rector 
of St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
1865-83 ; Chapl. to Archbishop 
(Tait) of Canterbury 1868-82 ; 
Select Preacher, Oxford, 1878-80 ; 
Fellow, Tutor, and Chapl., Balliol, 
1882-94 ; Canon of Canterbury 
1882-95 ; Bampton LectiKer 
1883 ; Dean of Ripon 1895-. 
Publications : The Influence of 
Commerce on Christianity, 1854 ; 
Reconciliation to God through Jesus 
Christ, and Lay Power in Parishes, 
1870 ; The Gospel of the Secular 
Life, 1882 ; The World as the 
Subject of Redemption, 1885 ; 
Church Reform, 1887; Christian 
Ordinances and Social Progress, 
1900 ; Natural Christianity, 19x1; 
translation of Works of St. Jerome 
and Rufinus, 1893 ; joint author 
The Ecclesiastical Judgements of 
the Privy Council, 1865. Recrea- 
tions : Lawn tennis, cycling, 
travel. Address : The Deanery, 
Ripon. 

'French, Rev. Walter Thomas : 
b. May 12, 1873 ; s. of S. W. 
French, of Oxford. Educ. Oxford 
High School; Balliol 1892-6 
(E.A., E.P., J.L.S.D., W.R.H., 



H.J.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1894 ; B.A. 
1896 ; M.A. 1906 ; Assist. Lib., 
Balliol, 1889-97 ; Assist. Master, 
Leeds High School, 1898 ; or- 
dained d. 1901, p. 1902 ; Tutor 
1899-1901, ditto and Assist. 
Chapl. 1901-2, St. Paul's Mis- 
sionary Coll., Burgh ; Curate of 
St. Andrew's, Lincoln, 1903-7 ; 
Sen. Curate, St. CjT)rian's Cathe- 
dral, and Priest-in-Charge, Church 
School and Coloured Mission, 
Kimberley, 1907-11 ; Curate of 
All Saints, Grimsby, 191 1-12; 
Vicar of Risegate 191 2-. Address : 
Parsonage, Risegate, Gosberton, 
Spalding. 

'Freshfield, Rev. John Minet : b. 
July 31, 1835 ; s. of J. W. Fresh- 
field, Solicitor to the Bank of 
England ; m. June 22, 1865, 
Harriet Louisa Fonnereau, d. of 
Charles Lillingston, of The Chaun- 
try, Ipswich. Issue : six daugh- 
ters. Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 
1853-7 (E.C.W.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1856 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1857 ; B.A. 
1858 ; M.A. 1873. Ordained 
d. 1859, p. 1861 ; Curate of Great 
Yarmouth 1860-2 ; Rector of 
Stanton by Dale Abbey 1862-72 ; 
All Souls', Langham Place, 1872- 
9 ; Windlesham 1879-1900 ; Eas- 
ton 1900-. Address : Easton 
Rectory, Winchester. 

Friedlander, Charles : b. Nov. 12, 
1874 ; s. of T. Friedlander, 
of Middleburg, Cape Colony. 
Educ. Frede Gymnasium, Berlin ; 
Non-Coil. 1893; Balliol 1893-4 
(T.R.). 

Fry, Rt. Hon. Sir Edward : b. 
Nov. 4, 1827 ; s. of Joseph Fry, 
of Bristol ; m. April 6, 1859, 
Mariabella, d. of John Hodgkin, 
of Lincoln's Iim. Issue : two 
sons, six daughters. Educ. 
Bristol Coll. ; Dr. Booth's School, 
Bristol ; Univ, Coll., London 
(B.A. 1851). Barrister, L.I., 
1854 ; Q.C. 1869 ; Judge of High 
Court, and Knight Bachelor, 
1877 ; Lord Justice of Appeal 
and Privy Coimcillor 1883 ; re- 
tired 1892 ; Hon. D.C.L., 
Oxford, and Hon. Fellow of Bal- 



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liol, 1894 ; Fellow of Univ. of 
London ; Pres. of Royal Commis- 
sion on Irish Land Acts 1897 ; 
Conciliator in South Wales colliery 
dispute 1898 ; member of Inter- 
national Court at Hague 1900-12 ; 
Chairman Departmental Com- 
mittee Patent Laws 1900-1 ; 
Arbitrator in Grimsby fishery 
dispute 1 901 ; Chairman, Court 
of Arbitration under Metropolis 
Water Act, 1902 ; Arbitrator at 
the Hague between U.S. and 
Mexico in Pious Funds dispute 
1902 ; Legal Assessor to Inter- 
national Commissioner on North 
Sea incident 1904-5 ; Chairman, 
Univ. Coll., London, Transfer 
Commission 1906, and of Royal 
Commission on Trinity Coll. and 
Univ. of Dublin 1906-7 ; G.C.B., 
and Ambassador Extraordinary to 
Hague Conference, 1907 ; Arbitra- 
tor between Germany and France 
in Casablanca incident 1909 ; 
Trustee of Hunterian Museum, 
Coll. of Surgeons ; member of His- 
torical MSS. Commission ; formerly 
Alderman and Chairman of Quar- 
ter Sessions, County of Som. ; Hon. 
LL.D. Aberdeen, Cambridge, Edin- 
burgh, Bristol; F.R.S. ; F.S.A. ; 
F.L.S. ; F.B.A. Publications : 
Specific Performance of Contracts, 
eds. 1858, 81, 92, 1903, 1911 ; 
The Accordance of Christianity 
with the Nature of Man, 1857 ; 
The Doctrine of Election, 1864 ; 
British Mosses, 1892 and 1908 ; 
James Hack Tuke, and The 
Mycetozoa, 1899 ; Studies By the 
Way, 1900 ; The Liverworts, 
1911 ; Some Intimations of Im- 
mortality from the Physical and 
Psychical Nature of Man, 191 3. 
Clubs : Athenaeum ; County 
(Taunton). Address : Failand 
House, Failand, Bristol. 
Fry, Henry Kenneth : b. May 25, 
1886 ; s. of H. T. Fry, of Adelaide. 
Educ. Prince Alfred Coll., Adelaide; 
Balliol 1909-12 (H.B.H.) ; Rhodes 
Sch. ; Diplomas in Anthropology 
(with distinction), and Public 



Health, and B.Sc, 1912 ; Univ. 
Lacrosse team v. Cambridge ; 
Torpid. Medical Practitioner. 
Address : The Parade, Norwood, 
S. Australia. 

Fryer, Edward John : b. 1833 ; 
s. of W. R. Fryer, of Wimborne. 
Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 1852. 
Student, I.T., 1853 ; Hon. Lieut.- 
Col., Rifle Brigade. Address : 
Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, 
London, S.W. 

♦Fulford, Henry Edward : 6. April 
20, 1882 ; s. of H. C. Fulford, 
of Birmingham. Educ. Oratory 
School, Edgbaston ; Balliol 1900- 
4 (F. de P., H.W.C.D.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1902 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1904 ; 
B.A. and M.A. 1908. Barrister, 
L.I.,1907. CZm6 : National Liberal. 
Addresses : 16 Egerton Gardens, 
London, S.W. ; 9 Stone Buildings, 
Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Fullerton-Camegie, George David 
Howard : b. July 12, 1894 ; s. 
of Edward Fullerton-Carnegie, of 
Wimbledon. Educ. Charterhouse ; 
Balliol 1913- (C.B.). Union and 
Arnold Socs. Address : Charlton, 
Alan Road, Wimbledon, London, 
S.W. 

Fiirse, Ralph Dolignon : b. Sept. 
29, 1887 ; s. of J. H. M. Furse, of 
Halsdon, Devon. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1906-10 (J.A.S.) ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum. 1909 ; B.A. 1910 ; Cricket 
XI ; Rugby XV. Dervorguilla and 
Annandale Socs. Sec. of Chatham 
Club ; Assist. Private Sec. to Sec. 
of State for Colonies (Rt. Hon. 
L. Harcourt) 1910- ; Lieut., King 
Edward's Horse ; Special Reserve, 
1909-. Address : Netherhampton 
House, Salisbury. 

Fyson, Christopher : b. May 7, 
1890 ; s. of Rt. Rev. P. K. Fyson, 
Bishop of Hokkaido, Japan. 
Educ. Rossall ; Balliol 1909-13 
(A.W.P.C, H.M.W., A.D.L., 
N.S.T.) ; CI. Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 
19H ; 2nd Lit. Hum., Liddon 
Student, and B.A., 1913; Ellerton 
Essay Prize 1914. Address: Elmley 
Lovett Rectory, Kidderminster. 



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Gaikwad, Gaupat ras Shraven ras: 

b. 1866 ; s. of Shraven Ras 
Gaikwad of Baroda. Educ. 
Baroda High School ; Balliol 
1884-5 and 1887 (R.L.N.). Ad- 
dress : Baroda, Bombay Presi- 
dency, India. 

Galbraith, Vivian Hunter : b. Dec. 
13, 1889 ; s. of David Galbraith, 
of Ashton-on-Mersey. Educ. High- 
gate ; Balliol 1910- (A.D.L., 
N.S.T., H.W.C.D.); Brakenbury 
Sch. ; Stanhope Essay 191 1 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum., and Hall Prize, 191 3. 
Address : 115 Mount View Road, 
Stroud Green, London, N. 

Galbraith, William : b. Oct. 22, 
1861 ; s. of T. L. Galbraith, Town 
Clerk of Stirling ; m. 1894, Mary 
Emily, d. of W. H. Morris, of 
Largs, A3rrshire. Issue . two 
daughters. Educ. Winchester ; 
Balliol 1880-4 (F. de P., J.L.S.D., 
D.G.R.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1882 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1884; Univ. 
Golf team v. Cambridge (2 years). 
Union Soc. LL.B. Edinburgh; 
Writer to the Signet ; member of 
firm of Eraser, Stodart & Bal- 
lingall, Edinburgh. Club : Uni- 
versity (Edin.). Address : 20 
Douglas Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Galpin, Perrin Comstock : b. Aug. 
11, 1889; s. of S. A. Galpin, of 

I New Haven, Conn., U.S.A. Educ. 

[Yale Univ. ; Balliol 1913- (A.L.S.). 
Union Soc. Address : 57 Church 
St., New Haven, Conn., U.S.A. 

Gamble, Reginald Arthur : b. Dec 
22, 1862 ; s. of Lieut.-Gen. D. J. 
Gamble, C.B. ; m. Nov. 22, 1892. 
Jennie, d. of Dr. Samuel Coates. 
Issue : one son, one daughter. 
£dMC. BaUioli88i-4(W.M.); B.A. 
1884; Univ. Lawn Tennis team; 
I.C.S.1883, Bombay Presidency and 
Sind ; Under-Sec. to Government of 
India, Finance Department, 1890- 
7 ; Accountant-General, Punjab, 
1898-1905 ; Commissioner, North- 
ern India Salt Revenue, 1905- ; 
won Lawn Tennis Championship 
of Scotland 1884, Simla 1910, and 



Bengal and Punjab Open Cham- 
pionships on several occasions. 
Address : Commissioner N.I. Salt 
Revenue, Agra, United Provinces, 
India. 

*Gamlen, John Charles Blagdon : b. 
Jan. 25, 1885 ; s. of W. B. Ganalen, 
Sec. to Curators of Univ. Chest, 
Oxford. Educ. Rugby ; Oxford 
1903-6 (A.L.S.) ; Williams Ex. ; 
2nd Mod. Hist., and-B.A., 1906 ; 
M.A. 1910. Brakenbury Soc. 
Solicitor ; partner in Morrell, Peel 
& Gamlen. Address : 82 Banbury 
Road, Oxford. 

Gardiner, Ellis Hubert: b. Jan. 28, 
1887 ; s. of John Gardiner, of 
Bollington, Macclesfield. Educ. 
Macclesfield Gr. School ; Balliol 
1906-9 and 1911 (A.W.P.C., J.A.S., 
H.M.W.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1908 ; 
B.A. and M.A. 1913. Arnold 
Soc. Assist. Master, Leominster 
Secondary School. Address: 
The Mount Farm, Bollington, 
Macclesfield. 

Garrett, Allan Frederick : b. Jan. 25, 
1884 ; s. of F. Garrett, of Stan- 
more. Educ. Highgate ; Balliol 
1903-6 (F.F.U., H.W.C.D.) ; 3rd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1906 ; M.A. 
191 0. Sen. House Master, King 
Edward VII Gr. School, King's 
Lynn, 190&-10 ; Assist. Master, 
Brunswick House School, Hay- 
ward's Heath, 1910-12 ; Head 
Master, Prep. School, The Old 
Beacon, Sevenoaks. Recreation : 
Golf. Address : St. Aldate's, The 
Old Beacon, Sevenoaks. 

Garrett, Alfred William : b. 1844 ; 
s. of Alfred Garrett, of Hobart, 
Tasmania ; tn. 1 896, Ann Mar- 
garita Butterworth. Educ. The 
Hutchins School, Hobart ; Balliol 
1863-7 ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1865 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum. 1867; B.A. 1869. Indian 
Education Service, Bengal, 1868- 
84 ; Education Department, Ho- 
bart. Address : Inspector of 
Schools, Hobart, Tasmania. 

*Garrod, Heathcote William : b. 
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Solicitor, of Wells, Som. Educ. 
Bath Coll. ; Balliol 1897-1901 
(E.A., J.A.S.) ; Domus Ex. ; ist 
CI. Mods., and Hertford and Craven 
Schs., 1899 ; Gaisford Prose Prize 

1900 ; Newdigate Prize, and B.A., 

1901 ; M.A. 1904. Fellow 1901-, 
Tutor 1904-, Sub- Warden 191 2-, 
Merton ; Assist. Tutor, Corpus, 
1902-4 ; joint editor of Journal of 
Philology, 1912-. Publications : 
Stati Thebais et Achilleis, 1904 ; 
Religion of All Good Men, 1904 and 

1905 ; Manili Astronomicon Lib. 
II, 191 1 ; Oxford Poems, Oxford 
Book of Latin Verse, and Q. Horati 
Flacci Opera (in collaboration), 
1912. Club : New Oxford and 
Cambridge. Address : Merton 
College, Oxford. 

*Garrod-Thomas, Richard Noel : b. 
Dec. 15, 1884 ; s. of Sir A. Garrod- 
Thomas, M.D., J.P., D.L., of 
Clytha Park, Newport, Mon. 
Educ. Rugby (Ex.) ; Balliol 1903- 
7 (H.B.H.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; 
ist Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 

1906 ; M.A. 1910 ; Rugby XV. ; 
Assoc. XL Demonstrator in 
Balliol Laboratory 1906—7 ; Stu- 
dent at Harvard (Degree of S.M.) 
1907—8 ; Tutor and Lecturer, 
Balliol, 1908-10 ; Barrister, LT., 
191 1. Addresses : Clytha Park, 
Newport, Mon. ; 3 Elm Court, 
Temple, E.C. ; 167 Ashley Gar- 
dens, Westminster, London, S.W. 

*Garstang, Thomas Walter Harropp : 
b. July 18, 1850 ; s. of Walter 
Garstang, M.D., of Manchester. 
Educ. Manchester ; Balliol 1869- 
74 (B.J., H.J.S.S.) ; Ex. ; ist 
Math. Mods. 1871 ; 3rd Math., and 
B.A., 1872 ; M.A. 1879. Address: 
22 Station IBuildings, Altrincham. 

Gates, Sir Frank Campbell : b. Nov. 
9, 1862 ; s. of George Gates, of 
Bedford Park, Croydon ; m. 
Nov. 15, 1899, Alice Grisell, d. of 
A. Tod, of The Grange, Woolton, 
Liverpool. Issue: one daughter. 
Educ. Reading School (Sch.) ; 
Cheltenham (Math. Sch.) ; Balliol 
1880-2 (A.T.) ; Morrison Foiurs. 
Carlyle Soc. (Pres.). I.C.S., Ben- 
gal, 1882 ; transferred to Burma, 



Assist. Commissioner, 1884 ; Bur- 
ma medal, 1885-7 ; Deputy Com- 
missioner, Under-Sec, Sec, and 
Revenue Sec to Government ; 
Commissioner 1900-3 ; Chief Sec. 
to Government 1903-6 ; Financial 
Commissioner 1906- ; Member of 
Bmrma Legislative Council 1897-8, 
1903-9, 1910-12, and of Governor- 
General's Council, 1910-12 ; C.S.I. 
1906 ; K.C.I.E. 1913. Recreations : 
Riding, lawn tennis, golf. Clubs : 
East India United Service; Pegu 
(Rangoon). Addresses : Rangoon, 
Burma ; Cade House, Heathfield, 
Sussex. 

Gathome-Hardy, Alfred Cecil : b. 
March 26, 1881 ; s. of Hon. A. E. 
Gathorne - Hardy, of London, 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1 898-1 902 
(F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1900 ; 4th Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1902 ; Eight. Brakenbury and 
Annandale Socs. Barrister, I.T., 
1905 ; a Managing Director of the 
Savoy Hotel. Clubs : Junior 
Carlton, Union. Address : Don- 
nington Priory, Newbury. 

♦Gathorne - Hardy, Hon. Alfred 
Erskine : b. Feb. 27, 1845 ; s. of 
ist Earl of Cranbrook ; m. Aug. 3, 
1875, Isabella Louisa, d. of John 
Malcolm, of Poltalloch. Issue : 
two sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1863-6 (E.C.W.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1864 ; ist Law and 
Hist., and B.A., 1867 ; M.A. 1872. 
Barrister, I.T., 1869 ; practised 
1869-84 ; formerly Counsel to 
Commissioner of Works, and 
Office of Woods and Forests ; 
M.P. Canterbury 1878-80, N. 
Division of Sussex 1886-95 ; Com- 
missioner under Railway and 
Canal Trafi&c Act 1905- ; J. P., 
Berks. ; D.L. London, and Kent. 
Publications : The Salmon (Fur, 
Fin, and Feather Series), 1898 ; 
Autumns in Argyllshire, 1900; 
Life of First Earl of Cranbrook, 
1910 ; My Happy Hunting Ground, 
1914. Club : Carlton. Address : 
Donnington Priory, Newbury, 

Gay, James : b. Dec 11, 1856 ; s. of 
James Gay, of Aylsham. Educ. 
Haileybury; Balliol 1876-9 (F. 



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de P., J.F.B.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1877 ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 1879 ; 
B.A. 1880. Union Soc. Student, 
I.T.,i88i; J.P., Norfolk. Address: 
Thurning Hall, East Dereham, 
Norfolk. 

Geary, Francis Joseph Grattan : b. 
Feb. 25, 1883 ; s. of Grattan 
Geary, of London ; m. Oct. 10, 
1910, Evelyn Maud, d. of E. C. 
Davis. Educ. St. Paul's School 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1902-7 (F. de P., 
J.A.S.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 1904 ; 
ist Lit. Hum. 1906 ; B.A. 1907 ; 
Rugby XV ; Cricket XI ; Torpid 
(2) . Brakenbury and Arnold Socs. 
I.C.S. Bengal ; Assist. Magistrate 
and Collector 1908; Sub-Divisional 
Officer, Contai, 1910 ; Assist. 
Collector of Customs, Calcutta, 
1 91 3-. Address : c/o Grindlay & 
Co., Calcutta, India. 

•GeldartjWiiliam Martin : b. June 7, 
1870 ; s. of Rev. E. M. Geldart, of 
Croydon ; m. 1905, Emily, d. of 
Ferdinand Falk. Educ. Whitgift 
Gr. School, Croydon ; St. Paul's 
School (Sch.) ; Balliol 1888-92 
(F. de P., R.L.N.) ; Sch. and Jen- 
kyns Ex. ; Hertford, Ireland, and 
Craven Schs. 1889 ; ist CI. Mods., 
and Gaisford Greek Verse Prize, 
1890 ; Boden, and Taylorian (Ger- 
man) Schs. 1891 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1892 ; Derby Sch. 1893 ; 
Eldon Sch. 1894 ; M.A. 1895 ; 
B.C.L. 1910; wonjun. Fours 1889. 
Union and Arnold Socs. Fellow of 
St. John's 1892 ; Barrister, L.I., 
1897 ; Fellow and Lecturer in 
Law, Trinity, 1901-9 ; All Souls 
Reader in English Law 1906 ; 
Vinerian Prof, of English Law, and 
Fellow of All Souls, 1909- ; 
Exam, for B.C.L. 1902, 1907, Final 
School of Jurisprudence 1910-12 ; 
Member of Hebdomadal Council 
1905- ; Delegate for Supervision 
of Women Students ; Member of 
Council, Univ. Coll., Reading ; 
Fellow of Entomological Soc. 
Publications : The Osborne Judge- 
ment and After, and Legal Person- 
ality, 1910 ; Elements of English 
Law, 1911 ; contributor to A 
Digest of English Law ; joint 



editor Aristophanes (Oxford Clas- 
sical Series). Addresses: 10 Chad- 
lington Road, and All Souls 
CoUege, Oxford. 

^Gell, Henry Willingham : b. Oct. 
15, 1856 ; s. of Rev. J. P. Gell, of 
Kirk Langley, Derbyshire ; m. 
July 19, 1893, Edith G. B., d. of 
R. Bradshaw. Issue : one son. 
Educ. King's Coll., London ; Bal- 
liol 1877-80 ; B.A. 1880 ; M.A. 
and B.M. 1886; Eight; Torpid. 
Dervorguilla Soc. Physician ; 
practised in London 1884-1904 ; 
Vice-Chairman Paddington Board 
of Guardians 1898-1904 ; nomi- 
nated by L.G.B. a Manager of 
Metropolitan Asylums Boaurd 1904; 
Director Commercial Gas Co. Club: 
New University. Address : Wool- 
hampton Court. Berks. 

♦Geil, jPhilip Lyttelton : b. April 29, 
1852; s. of Rev. J. P. Gell, of 
Kirk Langley, Derbjrshire ; m. 
1889, Hon. Edith Mary Brodrick, d. 
of 8th Viscount Midleton. Educ. 
Private ; King's Coll., London ; 
Balliol 1872-5 (F. de P., T.H.G., 
J.F.B.) ; Brakenbury Hist. Sch. ; 
ist Mod. Hist. 1875 ; B.A. 1876 ; 
Arnold Prize, and M.A., 1878. 
Union Soc. (Committee). Student, 
I.T., 1880-4 ; engaged in tuition 
and journalism after taking 
degree ; joined publishing firm of 
Cassell, Petter & Galpin 1880; 
Sec. to Delegates of Univ. Press 
1883-97 ; one of the founders and 
for many years Chairman of Toyn- 
bee Hall ; one of Dr. Jowett's 
literary executors ; joint Sec. 
Jowett Memorial Fund, and 
Trustee, to 1910 ; Director and 
Trustee, British South Afnca Co., 
1899- ; Hon. Fellow, King's Coll., 
London ; member of Archbishops' 
Church Finance Committee; J.P., 
Oxon. and Middlesex. Clubs : 
Athenaeum, Brooks's, City of 
London ; Derbyshire County, 
Addresses : Hopton Hall, Derby- 
shire ; Haven Hill, Kingswear, 
S. Devon ; Chaulk Hill, Kings- 
bury, Middlesex. 

♦Genner, Ernest Ely : b. June 2, 
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worth ; tn. 191 1, Margaret J., d, 
of John Fryer, J. P., of Bladon, 
Oxon. Educ. King Edward's 
School, Birmingham (Foundation 
Sch.) ; Balliol 1895-9 (F. de P., 
E.A., J.W.R.) ; CI. Sch. ; Hon. 
Mention Hertford Sch. 1895 and 
1897 ; Prox. Acces. to Gaisford 
Greek Verse Prize 1896, 7, 8 ; 
1st CI. Mods., ist Math. Mods., and 
Craven Sch. 1897 ; Ireland Sch. 
and Gaisford Greek Prose Prize 
1898 ; ist Lit. Hum., Jun. Greek 
Testament Prize, and B.A., 1899 ; 
Derby Sch. 1900 ; Sen. Greek 
Testament Prize 1901 ; M.A. 
1902. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Fellow of Magdalen 1 899-1 903 ; 
Assist. Tutor in Classics 1900-, 
Fellow 1903—, Lib. 1904—, Jesus 
Coll. ; Wesleyan Methodist local 
preacher and class-leader; mem- 
ber of Coimcil W.M. Foreign Mis- 
sionary Soc. Publications : The 
Causes and Conditions of Naval 
Supremacy (Gaisford Prize) 1898 ; 
The Church in the New Testament, 
1914. Recreations : Field botany, 
cycling. Address : 10 Crick Road, 
Oxford. 

Geoghegan, Richard Henry : b. 
Jan. 8, 1866 s. of R. T. Geo- 
ghegan, of Westmeath. Educ. 
Private ; Non-Coil. 1884 ; New- 
Inn-Hall 1887 ; Davis Chinese 
Ex. 1885, ditto, Sch., 1886; 
BaUiol 1887. Settled in U.S. 
after leaving Oxford, and pursued 
oriental studies ; seven years in 
Japanese Consular Service in 
State of Washington ; two years 
British Vice-Consul at Tacoma 
and Seattle ; during past ten 
years held various positions in 
Alaska under U.S. Department 
of Justice ; studied Alaskan native 
dialects and language of Aleutian 
Islanders. Publications : various 
contributions to linguistic journals. 
Address ; Fairbanks, Alaska, 
U.S.A. 

Gere, Robert Hudson : 6. Oct. 19, 
1880 ; s. of E. W. Gere, of Leam- 
ington. Educ. Warwick School 
(Fulke Weale Sch.) ; Balliol 1899- 
1902 (A.W.P.C, H.W.C.D.).; 3rd 



CI. Mods. 1901 ; B.A. 1905. With 
Land Development Co. (Fadlab 
Estate), Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 
1905-9 ; Railroad Surveying in 
British Columbia 1909-. Address : 
c/o E. A. Gere, Esq., Patent 
Office, London, W.C. 

Ghose, Mahimohan : b. Dec. 26, 
1 871 ; s. of Manomohan Ghose, of 
Calcutta; m. (i) Feb. 16, 1898, 
Promila Sundari. Issue : two 
sons ; (2) March 7, 1904, Kan- 
chenmala, d. of Krishna Bihari 
Sen ; (3) June 22, 1908, Ida 
Sahimtala, d. of Khethur Mohan 
Dutt. Issue : one son. Educ. 
St. Xavier's Coll., Calcutta ; St. 
Peter's School, Exmouth ; Balliol 
1890-2 (W.M.) ; Torpid (2, Cox.). 
Union Soc. Barrister, L.I., 1898 ; 
I.C.S. Madras 1892 ; Head Assist. 
Collector and Sub-Collector 1893- 
1903 ; District and Sessions 
Judge 1903; retired 1912. Address: 
38 Elgin Road, Calcutta, India. 

♦Gibbon, Rev. Henry Hensman : b. 
June 19, 1861 s. of Rev. W. W. 
Gibbon, Canon Residentiary of 
Ripon ; m. Oct. 10, 1893, Helen 
Mary, d. of G. J. Darley, of 
The Grange, Stillorgan. Issue : 
two sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Haileybury; R.M.C. Sandhurst. 
Served in 8th Lancers (Indian) ; 
M.A., Hon., 1903, by Decree, 1911. 
Ordained d. 1891, p. 1892. Curate 
of St. George's, Leeds, 1891-3 ; 
Chapl., Oxford Pastorate, 1893 ; 
ditto, O.U.O.T.C, 1900; Chapl. 
1902-, Catechetical Lecturer 1906-, 
Fellow 191 3-, Balliol. Address : 
The Red House, 16 Parks Road, 
Oxford. 

Gibbons, Frederick : b. Jan. 3, 
1832 ; s. of John Gibbons, of 
Wratting, Cambs. ; m. Nov. 6, 
i860, Hester, d. of J. C. Kemp. 
Issue : one son, one daughter, 
Educ. Shrewsbury ; Balliol 1850-3 
(W.C.L.) ; B.A. 1853 ; M.A. 
1865. Capt., Royal East Middle- 
sex Militia, 1854-72 ; War Office 
1858-90 ; retired. Address : The 
Hatch, Sunninghill, Berks. 

*Gibson, Robert : b. Nov. 30, 
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Glasgow. Educ. High School, and 
Univ., Glasgow ; Balliol 1907-10 
(A.W.P.C., J.L.S.D., A.D.L., 
H.M.W., A.L.S.); Snell Ex. and 
Newlands Sch. ; istCl. Mods. 1908; 
ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1910; 
M.A. 1913. Arnold Soc. (Pres.). 
M. A. Glasgow ; Fellow and Cl.Tutor 
191 1-, Acting Jun. Bursar 1914, 
Balliol; Exam. Lit. Hum. 1914-16. 
Address: Balliol College, Oxford. 

*Gibson, Walter Sumner : b. Feb. 
20, 1849 ; s. of Rev. W. Gibson, 
Rector of Fawley, Hants ; tn. 
1884, Julia Elizabeth, d. of Rev. 
H.A. Olivier, Rector of Poulshot. 
Issue : four sons, two daughters. 
Educ. Haileybury (Leaving Ex.) ; 
Balliol 1868-73 (E.C.W., E.P., 
T.H.G.) ; Ex. ; ist CI. Mods., and 
Gaisford Verse Prize, 1870 ; ist 
Lit. Hum. 1872 ; Prox. Acces. to 
Gaisford Prose Prize, and B.A., 
1873 ; M.A. 1875 ; Torpid. 
Master, Charterhouse, 1874-83, 
Preparatory School, Headington, 
1883-97, Harlington, Balham, 
1897-1906 ; engaged in private 
tuition 1906-. Publication : An 
Introduction to Latin Syntax. Ad- 
dress : Winton, St. Albans. 

Giflord, George Hussey : b. May 3, 
1892 ; s. of N. W. Gifford, of 
Boston, Mass., U.S.A. Educ. 
Harvard Univ. ; Balliol 191 3- 
(A.J.T.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; ist CI. 
Mods., and Kington Oliphant 
Prize, 1914. Address: 98 Princeton 
St., East Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 

♦Gilbert, Rev. Thomas Walter : 
b. July 21, 1876 ; s. of William 
Gilbert, of Liverpool ; m. Jan. 6, 
1914, Winifred, d. of Dr. F. E. 
Mulliner, of Liverpool. Educ. 
Liverpool Coll. ; Non-Coil. 1901 ; 
Balliol 1903-6 (A.L.S.) ; ist Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1905; M.A. 1908 ; 
B.D. 1912 ; Assoc. XI. Shaftes- 
bury Debating Soc. Studied 
Theology at Wycliffe Hall; or- 
dained d. 1906, p. 1907 ; Curate 
1906-8, Rector 1913— , St. Clement, 
Oxford ; Rector of St. Nicholas 
withSt.Runwald, Colchester, 1908- 
13. Recreation : Golf. Address : 
St. Clement's Rectory, Oxford. 



*GiIes, Alexander Falconer : b. 

Oct. 20, 1881 ; s. of Rev. Alex- 
ander Giles, Minister of United 
Free Church of Scotland ; m. 1914, 
Jean Clarke, d. of J. C. McGeorge, 
J. P., of Nunfield, Dumfries. Educ, 
George Watson's Coll., and the 
Univ. (Sch.), Edinburgh ; Bal- 
liol 1904-7 (F. de P., H.W.C.D., 
A.D.L.) ; CI. Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 
1905 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1907 ; M.A. 1910. Union and 
Arnold Socs. M.A. 1904, Guthrie 
Fellow 1907-10, Lecturer (Sir 
William Eraser's Foundation) in 
Ancient Hist. 1907-, Edinburgh. 
Publications : A History of Rome, 
and The Roman Civilization, 1914. 
Address : 71 Merchiston Crescent, 
Edinburgh. 

Gillies, William King : b. March 20, 
1875 ; s. of William Gilhes, of 
Beith, Ayrshire ; m. July 11, 
1900, Jean Menzies, d. of John 
Carnie, J. P., of Kilmarnock. 
Issue : two sons, three daughters. 
Educ. Spiers' School, Beith (Sch.) ; 
Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 1895-8 
(H. Williamson, E.A.,' H.J., 
J.L.S.D.) ; Snell Ex. ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1897 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1898 ; 
B.A. 1899. M.A. (ist in Classics 
and in Philosophy, and Logan 
Memorial Medallist), Glasgow, 
1895 ; CI. Master, Greenock Aca- 
demy, 1898-9 ; Campbeltown Gr. 
School 1899-1901 ; Perth Aca- 
demy 1901-4 ; Sen. ditto, Glasgow 
High School, 1904-13 ; Rector of 
Hutcheson's Gr. School, Glasgow, 
1913" > Exam., and member of 
Joint Board, Univ. of Glasgow ; 
member of Glasgow Ayrshire 
Assoc. Publications : joint author 
A Latin Reader, 1908 ; Latin of the 
Empire, 1909 ; A Latin Grammar, 
1913. Recreation : Golf. Clubs : 
Glasgow High School, Milngavie, 
and Lundin Links (Fife), Golf. 
Address : 25 Queen Margaret 
Drive, Kelvinside, Glasgow. 

Gilmour, Arcliibald Keltie : b. 
July 21, 1892 ; s. of T. L. Gilmour, 
of London. Educ. Westminster ; 
Balliol 1911- (F.F.U., N.S.T., 
H.W.C.D.) ; Tennis Club (Sec). 



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Arnold Soc. (Pres.). Address : 
3 Rosecroft Avenue, Hampstead, 
London, N.W. 

Gimson, Franklin Charles : b. Sept. 
10, 1890 ; s. of C. K. Gimson, of 
Cheltenham. Educ. Cheltenham 
Gr. School ; Balliol 1909-13 
(J.W.R., H.W.C.D.) ; Math. Sch. ; 
ist Math. Mods. 1910 ; and Math. 
1912. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Address : Chamwood, Priory St., 
Cheltenham. 

Oisbome, Frederick William : 5. 
1827 ; s. of William Gisborne, 
of Ceylon. Educ. Grange School, 
Bishopwearmouth ; Balliol 1844. 

*Glazebrook, Rev. Canon Michael 
George : b. Aug. 4, 1853 ; s. of 

M. G. Glazebrook, Merchant, of 
London ; m. 1880, Ethel, d. of 
Sir B. C. Brodie, 2nd Bart. Educ. 
Dulwich Coll. ; Balliol 1872-7 
(R.G.T., J.L.S.D.) ; Math. Sch. ; 
ist Math. Mods. 1873 ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1874 ; 2nd Math., and 
B.A., 1876 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1877 ; 
M.A. 1880 ; B.D. and D.D. 1903 ; 
O.U.A.C. 100 Yards 1874, High 
Jump 18751). Cambridge. Dervor- 
guilla Soc. (Pres. and Sec). 
Travelled in America 1877-8 ; 
Assist. Master, Harrow, 1878-88 ; 
High Master, Manchester Gr. 
School, 1888-90 ; ordained d. 
and p. 1890 ; Head Master of 
Clifton 1891-1905 ; Hon. Canon 
of Bristol 1898 ; Canon of Ely 
1905- ; Exam. Chapl. to Bishop 
of Ely 1906 ; Warburtonian Lec- 
turer in Lincoln's Inn 1907. Pub- 
lications : school editions of Euri- 
pides' Medea, 1886, ^.n^ Aeschylus' 
Prometheus, 1887 ; Lessons from 
the Old Testament, 1891 ; Bible 
Lessons for the Young, 1907 ; 
Studies in the Book of Isaiah, 
191 o ; The End of the Law, 
191 2 ; The Layman's Old Testa- 
ment, 1913. Club : Athenaeum. 
Address : The College, Elv. 
Gloag, William Murray : b. March 
16, 1865 ; s. of Hon. Lord Kin- 
cairney. Educ. Edinburgh Aca- 
demy ; Balliol 1883-7 (A.L.S.) ; 
ist Mod. Hist. 1887 ; B.A. 1888 ; 
Univ. Golf team v. Cambridge 



1887. Brakenbury Soc. Scottish 
Bar 1889 ; Lecturer on Procedure, 
Uni/. of Edinburgh, 1 901-5 ; 
Sheriff Court Depute 1904-5 ; 
Prof, of Law, Univ. of Glasgow, 
1905- ; Chairman of Court of 
Referees under National Insurance 
Act, Glasgow district, 1912-. 
Publication : Law of Rights in 
Security, 1897. Clubs : New (Edin- 
burgh), Western (Glasgow). Ad- 
dresses : 3 The University, Glas- 
gow ; Kincaimey, Murthly, Perth- 
shire. 

Glover, Cedric Howard : b. June 20, 
1892 ; s. of J. H. Glover, of Lon- 
don. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 1911- 
13 (F.F.U.) ; 3rd Mod. Lang. 
(German) 1913 ; Sec. of Coll. 
Musical Soc. 1912-13. Union Soc. 
Address : 35 Steele's Road, Hamp- 
stead, London, N.W. 

♦Godley, AUred Denis : b. Jan. 22, 
1856 ; s. of Rev. James Godley, 
Rector of Carrigallen, Co. Lei- 
trim; m. 1894, Amy, d. of C. H. 
Cay, Fellow of GonvUle and Caius 
CoU., Cambridge. Educ. Harrow 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1874-8 (E.A., 
R.G.T., A.C.B.) ; Sch. ; Prox. 
Acces. to Hertford 1875 and 76, 
Ireland 1877 and 78, Craven 1879, 
Schs. ; ist CI. Mods. 1875 ; Latin 
Verse Prize 1877 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
and Gaisford Verse Prize, 1878 ; 
Latin Essay, and B.A., 1879 ; 
Craven Sch. 1880; M.A. 1882. 
For a short time in Civil Service 
(Inland Revenue) ; Assist. Master, 
Bradfield, 1879-82 ; Fellow and 
Tutor 1883-1912, Hon. Fellow 
1912, Magdalen ; formerly Dele- 
gate for superintending instruc- 
tion of I.C.S. candidates ; six 
times Exam, in CI. Mods. ; editor 
Oxford Magazine 1890-1, Classical 
Review 191 o- ; Public Orator 
1910- ; commanded a company 
in 4th Batt. Oxford Light In- 
fantry 1900-5 ; member of Heb- 
domadal Council 191 1- ; Governor 
of Harrow School ; Hon. LL.D., 
Princeton, U.S.A. ; Univ. repre- 
sentative on City Council, Oxford, 
1913- ; elected a Permanent 
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Latin 1914 ; J.P. Co. Leitrim. 
Publications ; Verses to Order, 
1892 and 1903 ; Aspects of Modern 
Oxford, 1893 ; Socrates and Athe- 
nian Society, 1895 ; Lyra Frivola, 
1899 ; Second Strings, 1902 ; a 
translation of the Odes of Horace, 
1898 ; Nova Anthologia Oxonietisis 
(witli Prof. Robinson Ellis), 1899 ; 
Latin Stories ; Fables of Orbilius, 

1901 and 1902 ; Oxford in the 
Eighteenth Century, 1908 ; The 
Casual Ward, 1912 ; edited the 
Histories of Tacitus ; Rejected 
Addresses ; London Lyrics; Moore's 
Poems. Clubs : Savile, Alpine 
(Committee 1908-11). Address : 
27 Norham Road, Oxford. 

*GodIey, Hon. Hugh John : b. 
June 12, 1877 ; s. of ist Lord 
Kilbracken, G.C.B. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1896-1900 (E.A., J.L.S.D.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1898 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1900; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1909; 
Morrison Fours. Annandale and 
Brakenbury Socs. Barrister, L.L, 

1902 ; British Representative at 
Conference on Maritime Law at 
Brussels 1909. Address : 29 
Sloane Gardens, London, S.W. 

Godley, John Arthur : see Kil- 
bracken, Lord. 

Godwin, Rev. George Harold : b. 
June 22, 1873 ; s. of W. A. God- 
win, of Merton, Surrey. Educ. 
King's Coll. School ; Balliol 1892- 
6 (A.L.S., F. de P.) ; Ex. ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1894 ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 1896 ; 
B.A. 1898 ; M.A. 1900. M.A. 
Durham 1900 ; ordained d. 1898, 
p. 1900 ; Curate of Christ Church, 
Albany Street, 1898 ; St. Giles', 
Durham, 1902-3; Hamsteels 1906- 
9 ; Chapl. Univ. Coll., Durham, 
1899-1905 ; Lecturer in Hist., 
Univ. of Durham, 1899 ; Licensed 
Preacher, Dio. of Durham, 1909. 
Address : Church Lane, Merton, 
London, S.W. 

Goetz, Charles Edward : b. 1872 ; s. 
of E. L. Goetz, of London. Educ. 
Harrow ; Balliol 1891-4 (W.R.H., 
A.L.S., W.H.F.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1894. Barrister, I.T., 
1897. Address : 3 John Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, W. 



*Goldner, Alfred Leopold : b. Dec. 
24, 1870 ; s. of Samuel Goldner, 
of London ; m. Maud, d. of Henry 
Levy. Issue : one son. Edi*c. 
Brighton Coll. ; Charterhouse ; 
BalUol 1889-92 (F. de P., T.R.) ; 
2nd Jur., and B.A., 1892 ; M.A. 
1896. Barrister, M.T., 1893. 
Recreations : Skating, cycling. 
Address : 20 Wetherby Mansions, 
Earl's Court Square, S.W. 

Goldschmldt, Cnarles Alfred : b. 
Nov. 27, 1872 ; s. of M. A. Gold- 
schmldt, of London. Educ. Har- 
row ; Balliol 189 1-4 (T.R.) ; 2nd 
Jur., and B.A., 1894 ; Rugby XV. 
Barrister, I.T., 1899. Banker. 
Club : Bath. Address : 66 Mount 
Street, London, W. 

Goldsmith, Edward Thom^m : b. 
July 31, 1877 ; s. of E. J. Gold- 
smith, of Bardwell Hall, Suffolk ; 
m. Oct. 22, 1907, Margaret, d. of 
C. S. Wolton, J. P., of Lavenham 
Hall, Suffolk. Issue : one son. 
Educ. Ipswich School ; Balliol 
1896-9 (J.W.R.) ; Math. Sch. ; 
ist Math. Mods., 1897 ; 2nd Math. 
1899; Prox. Acces. Jun. Math. 
Sch. ; B.A. 1901. Union Soc. 
ist Class honours, Bs.C, En- 
gineering, London, 1912 ; Naval 
Instructor, Royal Navy. Address : 
Royal Naval College, Keyham, 
Devon. 

*Gooch, Charles Edmund : 6. Feb. 5, 
1870 ; s. of C. C. Gooch, of Lon- 
don ; m. Apr. 29, 1901, Eleanora 
Margaret, d. of David Watson 
Issue : one son, one daughter, 
Educ. Aldine House, Slough 
Eton; Balliol 1888-92 (E.A.) 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1892 
M.A. 1895. Union and Braken 
bury Socs. J.P. Essex. Land 
owner. Club : Carlton. Address 
Wyvenhoe Park, Colchester. 

*Goodchild, William Alfred Cecil 
b. Nov. 7, 1885 ; s. of John Good 
child, of London. Educ. Univer- 
sity Coll. School (Horton Sch.) 
Balliol 1904-8 (A.W.P.C, A.D.L.) 
Domus Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1906 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1908 
M.A. 1913 ; Half-blue for Swim- 
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Home and Indian Civil Service 
List 1909 ; Jun. Clerk, Scottish 
Ofl&ce, 1909. Recreations : Lawn 
tennis, swimming, golf. Address : 
Brentham, Headway, Hampstead 
Garden Suburb, London, N.W. 

Groodlake, Thomas Surman : b. 
1848 ; s. of Rev. T. W. Goodlake, 
of Bradwell, Oxon. Educ. Chelten- 
ham ; Balliol 1866-70 ; Sch. ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1867 ; and Lit. Hum. 
1870. Barrister, L.I., 1878. 

Goodrich, William John : b. Jan. 22, 
1867; s. of Rev. Octavius Good- 
rich, Rector of Humber, Hereford- 
shire ; m. Sept. 29, 1900, Henrietta 
Maud, d. of W. Jennings, of the 
Mysore Commission. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Charter- 
house (Sch.) ; Balliol 1885-9 (F. de 
P., R.L.N.) ; Sch. ; Prox.Acces. to 
Hertford Sch. 1886 ; ist CI. Mods. 
1887; Hon. Mention, Ireland Sch., 
1888 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1889 ; M.A. 1892. Union Soc. 
Vlth Form Master, Radley, 1891- 
2 ; Prof, of History, Muir Central 
Coll., Allahabad, 1892-5 ; Prof, of 
English, and subsequently Princi- 
pal, Pachaiyappa's Coll., Madras, 
1896-1901 ; Fellow of Madras 
Univ. ; Principal, Guzerat Coll., 
Ahmedabad, 1901-2 ; Assist. 
Master, Merchant Taylors* School, 
1902-4 ; ditto, Dulwich, 1904 ; 
Assist. Lecturer in Classics, Univ. 
of Manchester, 1905-8 ; Sen. 
Classical Master, Bradford Gr. 
School, 1908- ; formerly Hon. Sec. 
Manchester Branch of Classical 
Assoc. Publications : Contribu- 
tions, mainly on Platonic subjects, 
to Classical Review and Journal. 
Address : i Highfield Place, Man- 
ningham, Bradford. 

Goodwin, Alfred : b. 1857 ; s. of 
W. H. Goodwin, of London. Educ. 
City of London School ; Balliol 
1875-8 ; Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 1876 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1879. 

♦Goodwin, Fritz Sliiriey : b. Feb. i, 
1880 ; s. of Alfred Goodwin, Sch. 
and Fellow of Balliol ; tn. July 27, 
1909, Marie, d. of Major G. R. 
Glunicke. Educ. Univ. Coll. School, 
London ; Balliol 1899-1904 (E.A., 



J.A.S.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1901 ; B.A. 
and M.A. 1906 ; Univ. Water Polo 
team 1903 ; Sergeant O.U.R.V.C.; 
Torpid (2). Arnold Soc. Assist. 
Master, Loretto School, 1905-7 ; 
Manchester Gr. School 1907 ; 
Perse Gr. School, Cambridge, 
1907-9 ; Captain, T.F., Unat- 
tached List, 1909; Rector of High 
School, Glasgow, 1909-13 ; Head 
Master, Emanuel School, Wands- 
worth, 19 1 3-. Address : Ema- 
nuel School, Wandsworth, London, 
S.W. 

*Goodwin, Thomas Arnold : b. Sept. 
13, 1852 ; s. of Rev. T. B. Good- 
win, Minister in the Wesleyan 
Church ; m. June 27, 1877, Mary, 
d. of Thomas Hazlehurst. Issue : 
two daughters. Educ. Kingswood 
School, Bath; Balliol 1869-74 
(H.J.S.S., R.L., J.F.B.); Ex.; 
2nd Math. Mods. 1871 ; 2nd Jur. 
1873 ; B.A. 1874 ; M.A. 1914. 
Solicitor. Club : Reform (Liver- 
pool). Address: Shelley, Blundell- 
sands, Liverpool. 

Gordon, Charles James Mackay : b. 
June 17, 1866 ; s. of Robert 
Gordon, of Tobago, W. Indies. Educ. 
Glasgow Academy and Univ. ; 
Balliol 1887-91 (W.R.H.,J.L.S.D.); 
Snell Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1889 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1891 ; B.A. 1892. 
Assist, to Prof, of Greek, Univ. of 
St. Andrews, 1 891-2 ; Master, 
Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow, 
1892-5 ; Tutor to sons of Earl of 
Carlisle 1895-7 ; Master, Shrews- 
bury Gr. School, 1897-8 ; Magda- 
len Coll. School 1 898-1900 ; Assist. 
District Commissioner 1900-2, 
Inspector of Schools 1902-4, S. 
Nigeria ; Vice-Prin. of Govt. 
Training Coll. for Teachers, Colom- 
bo, 1904-7 ; invalided 1907. Ad' 
dress : Cherry Tree Comer, Ches- 
ham Bois, Bucks. 

Gordon, GeraldClaytonEastPelham : 
b. Nov. 20, 1862 ; s. of Major 
Robert Gordon, of London. Educ. 
Eton; Non-Coil. 1879; Balliol 
i88i-2 ; 4th Mod. Hist., and B.A., 
1882 ; M.A. 1887. Barrister, L.I., 
x888. Club : Conservative. Ad- 
dresses : 5 Essex Court, Temple, 



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E,C. ; 49 Lower Belgrave St., 
London, S.W. 

* Gordon, Rev. John Shand More : 
b. 1849 ; s. of George Gordon, of 
Edinburgh. Educ. Rugby ; Bal- 
liol 1868-74 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1870 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1872 ; EUerton 
Prize, and B.A., 1873 ; Denyer 
and Johnson Sch., and M.A., 1875. 
Ordained d. 1875, p. 1877. Curate 
of St. Luke's, Nutford Place, 1876- 
y, Kingston-on-Thames, 1877-82; 
Vicar of St. John's, Redhill, 1882- 
191 3. Address : Charleton, Mont- 
rose, Scotland. 

Gordon-Walker, Alan Lachlan : 
b. Jan. 20, 1883 ; s. of Sir T. Gor- 
don-Walker, C.S.L, K.C.I.E. ; m. 
Dora Marguerite Chrestien. Educ. 
Clifton ; BaUiol 1 901-4 (A.W.P.C, 
W.H.F., E.J.) ; 4th CI. Mods. 
1903 ; 2nd Jur., and B.A., 1904. 
Barrister, M.T., 1907. I.C.S., Pun- 
jab ; Assist. Commissioner 1907 ; 
Settlement Officer 1912. Address : 
Mandi, Punjab, India. 

*Gore, Rt. Rev. Charles : b. Jan. 22, 
1853 ; s. of Hon. C. A. Gore, of 
Wimbledon. Educ. Harrow ; Bal- 
liol 1 871-5 ; Sch. ; 1st CI. Mods. 
1872 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1875 ; M.A. 1878 ; D.D. 1901 ; 
Hon. D.C.L. 1904. Union and 
Dervorguilla Socs. Fellow 1875- 
95, Lecturer 1876-80, Hon. Fellow 
1903, Trinity Coll. ; ordained d. 
1876, p. 1878; Vice- Principal, Cud- 
desdon Theol. Coll., 1880-3 1 Exam- 
ining Chapl. to Bishop of Lincoln 
1885-1901 ; Select Preacher, Ox- 
ford 1882-4, 1894-6, and 1913-14, 
Cambridge 1889, 1893, 1895, and 
1898 ; Librarian of Pusey House 
1884-93; Bampton Lecturer 1 891; 
Vicar of Radley 1893-4 ; Canon of 
Westminster 1 894-1 902 ; Hon. 
Chapl. 1 898-1 900, Chapl. in Ordi- 
nary 1 900-1, to Queen Victoria ; 
ditto to King Edward VII 1901 ; 
Lecturer in Pastoral Theology at 
Cambridge 1 899-1 901 ; Bishop of 
Worcester 1902-5 ; Birmingham 
1905-11; Oxford 1911-; Hon. 
D.D., Edinburgh, 1896; Hon.LL.D., 
Cambridge, 1909, and Birmingham, 
1908. Publications : The Church 



and the Ministry ; Roman Catholic 
Claims ; Leo the Great ; The 
Incarnation of the Son of God ; The 
Mission of the Church ; Disserta- 
tions on Subjects Connected with 
the Incarnation ; The Creed of the 
Christian ; The Sermon on the 
Mount ; The Epistle to the 
Ephesians ; Prayer and the Lord's 
Prayer ; The Epistle to the Romans ; 
The Body of Christ; The New 
Theology and the Old Religion ; 
The A thanasian Creed ; Orders 
and Unity ; The Question of 
Divorce ; The Basis of Anglican 
Fellowship in Faith and Organiza- 
tion, 1914 ; editor of Lux Mundi; 
Romanes' Thoughts on Religion ; 
Essays in Aid of Church Reform; 
contributed Introduction to Pro- 
perty : Its Duties and Rights — 
Historically, Philosophically, and 
Religiously Regarded, 1913. Ad- 
dress : The Palace, Cuddesdon, 
Wheatley. 

Gore-Booth, Mordaunt : b. Dec. 5, 
1878 ; s. of Sir Henry Gore-Booth, 
5th Bart. ; m. Jan. 31, 1906, 
Evelyn, d. of R. S. Scholfield, of 
Sandhall, Howden, Yorks. Issue : 
two sons. Educ. Marlborough ; 
Balliol 1897-1901 (A.L.S.) ; 3rd 
Mod. Hist. 1901 ; B.A. 1902 ; 
Cricket XI ; Rugby XV (Captam). 
Dervorgmlla Soc. Engineering 
pupil at Vickers, Sons, and Maxim, 
Sheffield, 1902 ; Manager of tyre 
mill, ditto, 1905- Club : Union. 
Address : 37 Hall Gate, Doncaster. 
Goring-Lloyd, L. H.: see Lloyd- 
Goring, L. H. 

Gorton, Nevill Vincent: b. March n, 
1888 ; s. of Rev. Canon Gorton, 
Rector of Morecambe. Educ. 
Marlborough ; Balliol 1907-12 
(A.L.S., E.J.P., J.A.S., A.D.L., 
N.S.T.) ; Wilhams Ex. ; 4th Lit. 
Hum., Aubrey Moore Student, and 
B.A., 1911 ; Univ. (occasionally) 
and Coll. Rugby XV's ; Hockey 
XL Address: House of the Resur- 
rection, Mirfield, Yorks. 
Goschen, Christopher Gerard: b. 
May 15, 1881 ; s. of Henry 
Goschen, of Addington, Surrey. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1899-1903 

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(A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; ist Mod. Hist. 
1903. Union and Brakenbnry 
Sees. Barrister, I.T., 1905 ; prac- 
tised until 1907 ; Stockbroker 
1907-. Club : Bachelors. Ad- 
dress : Heathfield, Addington, 
Surrey. 

Goschen, 2nd Viscount ; George 
Joachim Goschen : b. Oct. 15, 
1866 ; s. of ist Viscount ; m. 1893, 
Lady Evelyn Gathome-Hardy, d. 
of 1st Earl of Cranbrook. Issue : 
one son, two daughters. Educ. 
Rugby; Balliol 1885-8 (A.L.S.). 
Arnold Soc. Assist. Private Sec. 
to Chancellor of Exchequer 1889- 
90, and First Lord of Admiralty 
1895-1900 ; Private Sec. to Gover- 
nor of New South Wales 1890-2 ; 
Extra A.D.C. to Commander-in- 
Chief 1901-4; M.P. (C.) East 
Grinstead 1 895-1 906; Chairman, 
London County and Westminster 
Bank, 1909- ; Treas. of Guy's 
Hospital ; Chairman of Council of 
Queen Victoria's Jubilee Nurses ; 
Knight of the Order of St. John of 
Jerusalem ; Lieut.-Col. (retired) 
and V.B. East Kent Regt. ; Coro- 
nation medal and volunteer deco- 
ration. Recreations : Shooting, 
motoring, gardening, travel. Club : 
Carlton. Addresses : 25 Rutland 
Gate, London, S.W. ; Seacox 
Heath, Hawkhurst, Kent. 

Gough, George Woolley : b. Jan. 30, 
1869 ; s. of William Gough, of 
Stafford. Educ. London School of 
Economics ; Balliol 1902-6 (A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D.) ; Hon. Ex. ; Cobden 
Prize 1905 ; ist Mod. Hist. 1906 ; 
B.A. 1907. Address : Free Trade 
Union, 8 Victoria St., London, S.W. 

Gough, Harold Stuart : b. Sept. 5, 
1894 ; s. of Col. the Hon. G. Gough. 
Educ.'Eion; Balliol I9i3-(F.F.U., 
N.S.T.). Address : 13 Grosvenor 
Place, London, S.W. 

Gouldsmlth, Harold Salter : b. 
March 25, 1874 ; s. of S. S. Gould- 
smith, Solicitor, of Bristol ; m. 
Sept. II, 1907, Clara, d. of Rev. 
Prebendary Edward Burbidge, 
Rector of Backwell, Som. Educ. 
Clifton ; Balliol 1892-5 (A.L.S.) ; 
2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1895. 



Solicitor (2nd Class Honours Law 
Final 1899). Recreations : Golf, 
gardening, carpentry. Address : 
The Homestead, Coombe Dingle, 
Bristol. 

Govare, James Paul Maurice : b. 
May 13, 1891 ; s. of Dr. Paul 
Govare, of Paris. Educ. Lycee 
Condorcet, Paris ; Balliol 1 909-11 
(A.L.S.). Member of M.T. ; Avocat 
k la Cour d'Appel, 1910— ; studied 
at Univs. of Mimich, 1912, and 
Heidelberg, 1913. Address : 50 
Boulevard de Courcelles, Pare 
Monceau, Paris, France. 

Gover, William : b. Nov. 2, 1893 ; 
s. of E. W. Gover, of Croydon. 
Educ. Dulwich Coll. ; Balliol 
191 3- (H.B.H.) ; Williams Ex. 
Union Soc. Address : Woodwards, 
37 Birdhurst Rise, S. Croydon, 
Surrey. 

Gow, William : b. Nov. 26, 1872 ; 
s. of James Gow, of Coupar Angus, 
Perthshire. Educ. Coupar Angus 
and Dimdee High Schools ; Glas- 
gow Univ. ; Balliol 1894-8 (F. de 
P., E.A.) ; Snell Ex. ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1896 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1898 ; 
B.A. 1899. Arnold Soc. (Pres.). 
Assist. Master, Merchiston Castle, 
1898-1904; Sen. CI. Master, Perth 
Academy, 1904-. Publication : 
Drift of Isla, 1902. Recreations : 
Golf, lawn tennis. Address : 
Blairgowrie Road, Coupar Angus, 
Perthshire. 

Graham, Archibald Knightley : b. 
Feb. 27, 1882 ; s. of Donald 
Graham, CLE., of Airthrey ; m. 
Oct. 25, 1910, Dorothy, d. of Allen 
Shuttleworth. Issue : one daugh- 
ter. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1901-5 
(F.F.U., A.L.S.) ; Univ. 1903-5, 
and Coll. (Capt.) Eights. Merchant 
(Graham & Co., Glasgow and 
India). Club : Windham. Ad- 
dress : Airthrey, Bridge-of-Allan, 
Scotland. 

^Graham, Sir Henry John Lowndes : 
b. Jan. 15, 1842 ; s. of William 
Graham, of Bumtshields, Co. Ren- 
frew ; w. (i) Lady Edith Elizabeth 
Gathome-Hardy (d. 1875), d. of 
ist Earl of Cranbrook. Issue : 
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Georgiana Compton, d. of 4th Mar- 
quis of Northampton. Issue : one 
son, two daughters. Educ. Har- 
row ; Balliol 1860-5 (B.J.) ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1862 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
1864 ; B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1867. 
Union Soc. Barrister, I.T., 1868 ; 
Principal Sec. to Lord Chancellor 
1874-80 ; Master in Lunacy 1880- 
5 ; Clerk of the Parliament 1885- ; 
C.B. 1895 ; K.C.B. 1902. Clubs : 
Carlton, Bath ; Walton Heath, New 
Zealand, and Mitcham Golf. Ad- 
dresses : Royal Court, Palace of 
Westminster, London, S.W. ; Mar- 
den Hill, Hertford. 

Graham, Lancelot : b. April 4, 1880 ; 
s. of W. E. Graham, of London ; 
m. Nov. 12, 1910, Olive Bertha, d. 
of Sir J. F. Maurice, K.C.B. Educ. 
St. Paul's School (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1899-1904 (A.W.P.C, E.A., 
H.W.C.D.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 
1901 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1903 ; Rugby and Lawn Tennis 
teams. I.C.S., Bombay ; Assist. 
Collector, Magistrate, and Political 
Agent 1904-9 ; Assist, and Sessions 
Judge 1909 ; Assist. Remem- 
brancer for Legal Affairs, and Sec. 
for making laws and regulations 
1911. Address : c/o Grindlay & 
Co., Bombay, India. 

Grahame, Alexander Hugh EisUne : 
b. 1867 ; s. of J. A. Grahame, of 
London. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1885-9 (W.R.H., A.L.S.). For- 
merly Prof, of English, College 
Fran^ais du Caire, Cairo. Ad- 
dress : Villa Torelli, Capri, Italy. 

Grahame, Walter : b. April 5, 1872 ; 
s. of J. A. Grahame, of London. 
Educ. Balliol 1891-5 (F. de P., 
E.A.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1893 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1895. Ad- 
dress : Longmeadows, Ripon. 

Granet, Sir William Guy : 6. Oct. 13, 
1867 ; s. of W. A. Granet, of 
Genoa ; m. 1892, Florence Julia, 
d. of ist Viscount Selby. Issue : 
one daughter. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1885-9 (A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1889 ; Capt. of 
Boat Club. Dervorguilla Soc. 
Went into business in Genoa 1889 ; 
Barrister, L.I., 1893 ; Sec. of Rail- 



way Companies Assoc. 1900 ; 
Assist. 1905, General Manager 
1906-, Midland Railway ; knighted 
191 1 ; member of Royal Commis- 
sion on the Civil Service 1912. 
Clubs : Brooks's, Athenaeum. 
Addresses : Midland Railway, Der- 
by ; The White House, Sutton 
Bonnington, Loughborough. 

Grant, Alfred Hamilton : 6. June 12, 
1872 ; s. of Sir Alexander Grant, 
8th Bart. ; m. 1896, Mabel (dec), 
d. of Col. Lovett, of Belmont, 
Salop. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Fettes Coll. 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1890-5 (E.A., 
R.L.N., J.L.S.D.); Hon. Ex.; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1892 ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1894 ; Univ. 
Rugby XV 1892-3 ; Cricket XI. 
Dervorgxiilla Soc. I.C.S., Punjab ; 
Assist. Commissioner 1895 ; Jim. 
and Sen. Sec. to Financial Com- 
missioner 1900 ; Sec. to Chief 
Commissioner N.W. Frontier Pro- 
vince, 1901, 3, 6 ; Assist. Sec. 
Foreign Department, Government 
of India, 1903 ; with Dane Com- 
mission to Kabul, 1904-5 ; CLE. 
1908; PoUtical Agent and Deputy 
Commissioner 1910 ; Dep. Sec. 
to Government of India 1912 ; 
Publication : A Winter at the Court 
of an Absolute Monarch. Clubs : 
Brooks's, East India United Ser- 
vice ; Royal and Ancient (St. 
Andrews). Address : Foreign 
Of&ce, Simla, India. 

Grant, Charles Frederick : b. Sept. 
30, 1878 ; s. of Rev. C. M. Grant, 
D.D., of Dundee. Educ. High 
School, Dundee ; Edinburgh Univ.; 
BalUol 1900-1 (W.M.). I.C.S., 
Burma ; Assist, Commissioner 
1901. Address : c/o T. Cook & 
Son, Rangoon, Burma. 

^Grant, Rev. Canon Cyril Fletcher : 
b. 1845 ; s. of Ven. Archdeacon 
Grant, of Romford, Essex ; m. 
1909, Alicia, d. of Captain W. P. Sal- 
mon, 60th Rifles. Educ. Marl- 
borough ; Balliol 1865-9 ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1867 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. and 
Stanhope Prize 1869 ; B.A. 1870 ; 
2nd prize, Arnold Essay, 1871 ; El- 
lerton Prize, and M.A., 1872. Or- 



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dained d. 1871, p. 1872. Curate of 
St, John's, Chatham, 1 871-4 j St. 
James's, Gravesend, 1874-5 ; St. 
Margaret's, Lee, 1875 ; Aylesford 
1876-8 ; Vicar of Aylesford 1878- 
95 ; Hon. Canon of Rochester 
1890 ; Rural Dean of Cobham and 
Chapl. to Bishop of Rochester 
1892-5 ; Rector of Holy Trinity, 
Guildford, 1895-1907 ; Rural Dean 
of Guildford 1905-7. Pttblication : 
'Twixt Sand and Sea, 191 1. Ad- 
dress : I Sloane Gardens, Chelsea, 
London, S.W. 

Grant, Sir Ludovic James, 9th Bart. : 
b. Sept. 4, 1862 ; s. of Sir Alexan- 
der Grant, 8th Bart. ; m. 1890, 
Elizabeth, d. of H. H. Lancaster. 
Issue : one daughter. Educ. 
Fettes ; Balliol 1881-5 (D.G.R.) ; 
Ex. ; ist CI. Mod. 1883 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum. 1885 ; B.A. 1886 ; Univ. 
Golf team v. Cambridge 1882, 3, 5. 
Scottish Bar 1887 ; Regius Prof, 
of Public Law 1890, Sec. of Sena- 
tus 1897, Dean of Faculty of Law, 
1894-1910, Edinburgh Univ. ; 
Trustee and Commissioner of 
Board of Manufactures, Scotland, 
1901-4 ; Univ. representative on 
Territorial Force Assoc, Edin- 
burgh ; Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 1904. 
Clubs : Caledonian, Cocoa Tree, 
New (Edinburgh). Address : 4 
Belgrave Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Grant, Patrick Charles Murray : b. 
i86i ; s. of Patrick Grant, of Cal- 
cutta. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
1880-3 ; 4th Mod. Hist. 1883 ; 
B.A. 1884. Address : Perry, Los 
Angeles County, California, U.S.A. 

"^Grant, William Lawson : b. Nov. 
2, 1872 ; s. of Rev. Principal 
G. M. Grant, D.D., of Queen's 
Univ., Kingston, Canada. Educ. 
Kingston Collegiate Institute, and 
Queen's Univ., Canada ; Balliol 
1894-8 (E.A., J.L.S.D., J.A.S.) ; 
and CI. Mods. 1896 ; ist Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1898 ; M.A. 
1906 ; Hockey XI. Arnold Soc. 
Master, Upper Canada Coll., 1898- 
1902, St. Andrew's Coll. 1902-4, 
Toronto ; studied at Univ. of 
Paris 1904-6 ; Beit Lecturer in 
Colonial Hist., Oxford, 1906-10 ; 



Prof, of Colonial Hist., Queen's 
Univ., Canada, 1910-. Publica- 
tions : Principal Grant, a Memoir ^ 
1904 ; Lescarbot's Histoire de la 
Nouvelle France, 1907-14 ; The 
Voyages of Samuel Champlain,igQ8; 
(with Prof. H. E. Egerton) Cana- 
dian Constitutional Documents, 
1908 ; co-editor of Acts of the 
Privy Council, Colonial Series, 1907- 
II. Clubs : Authors' ; Frontenac 
(Kingston). ^ddr«s: Queen's Uni- 
versity, Kingston, Ont., Canada. 

Grant Duff, Arthur Cuninghame: 
b. May 23, 1861 ; s. of Right 
Hon. Sir Mountstuart Grant Duff, 
G.C.S.I. ; m. Nov. 12, 1906, 
Kathleen, d. of General Powell 
Clayton, U.S. Ambassador to 
Mexico. Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 
1879-83 ; 3rd CI. Mods. i88i ; 
and Mod. Hist. 1883. Union and 
Dervorguilla Socs. Entered Diplo- 
matic Service as Attach^ 1885 ; 
3rd Sec. 1887 ; 2nd ditto 1892 ; 
Sec. of Legation, Mexico, 1902 ; 
Stockholm and Brussels 1905 ; 
Councillor of Embassy and Charge 
d' Affaires, Darmstadt, 1906; Min- 
ister Resident, Havana, 1906 ; 
ditto Dresden and Coburg, and 
Charge d' Affaires at Axolsen, 
Waldeck-Pyrmont, 1909-. Clubs : 
Travellers', Athenaeum. Address : 
British Legation, Dresden, Ger- 
many. 

Graves, Harry : b. May 25, 1871 ; s. of 
Algernon Graves, Art Publisher ; 
m. Oct. 3, 1898, Eva Clara, d. of 
Charles de la Taste, of St. Heliers, 
Jersey. Issue : three daughters. 
Educ. Derby School (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1889-94 (W.R.H., E.A., J.C.) ; 
CI. Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1891 ; ist 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1893 ; 2nd 
Nat. Sci. (Geol.) 1894; Capt. 
Univ. Bicycle Club 1893-4. Ar- 
nold Soc. Higher Division Clerk, 
Science and Art Dept., 1894; 
Jun. Exam. 1900, Sen. ditto 1904-, 
Board of Education ; formerly in 
Cyclist Sections of O.U.R.V. and 
20th Middlesex (Artists) R.V. 
Publications : The Roads round 
Oxford : article on ' Cycling ' in 
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writings on cycling and highway 
matters. Address : 3 Hurlingham 
Coiurt, London, S.W. 

♦Grayson, Ernest Nowell : b. Sept. 
16, 1873 ; s. of G. E. Grayson, oi 
Birkenhead. Educ. Sedbergh 
School; Balliol 1893-6 (A.L.S., 
W.H.F., T.R.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1896 ; M.A. 1900. 
Address : Griquatown, South 
Africa. 

Green, Charles James Salkeld : b. 
March 27, 1880 ; s. of C. T. Green, 
of London ; m. Feb. 16, 1905, 
Mabel Kate, d. of W. S. Collard, 
J. P., of London. Issue : one 
daughter. Educ. Harrow ; Bal- 
liol 1899-1903 (A.L.S., F. de P., 
H.W.C.D.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 

. B.A., 1903 ; Univ. Shooting 
Eight, 1900, I, 2, and Long Range 
Four, 1900, I, 2, 3 ; Pres. of Univ. 
Small Bore Club. Union Soc. 
Barrister, I.T., 1904. Club : Gar- 
rick. Address : 61 Glenmore 
Road, Belsize Park, London, N.W. 

Green, Theophilus Herbert : b. 
1 861 ; s. of Theophilus Green, of 
Dowdeswell, Glos. Educ. Leam- 
ington ; Balliol 1880-4 (D.G.R.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1882 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1884; M.A. 1891. 
Address : Sabinal, Weston, Bath. 

Greene, William Chase : b. June 14, 
1890 ; s. of H. E. Greene, of Balti- 
more, Maryland, U.S.A. Educ. 
Harvard Univ. ; Balliol 1911- 
(H.M.W., A.J.T.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; 
Newdigate Prize 1912 ; Charles 
Oldham Prize 1913. Union (Lib. 
Committee), Arnold, and Braken- 
burySocs. Address: loigSt. Paul 
St., Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A. 

Greenly, Edward Howorth : formerly 
Allen ; b. April 11, 1837 ; s. of C. W. 
Greenly (formerly Allen), of Titley 
Coiurt, Herefordshire ; m. 1869, d. 
of General Bowes Forster. Issue : 
five children. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1856-9 (E.C.W.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1857 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1859 ; 
B.A. i860 ; M.A. 1864. Barrister, 
L.I., 1862 ; Oxford Circuit. 
Club : New University. Ad- 
dress : Titley Court, Titley, 
Herefordshire. 



Greentree, Richard : b. April 10, 
1874; s. of J. Greentree, of 
Petersfield, Hants. Educ : Mal- 
vern; Balliol 1892-6 (F. de P., 
E.A.) ; Sch. ; 1st CI. Mods., and 
Craven Sch., 1894; ist Lit. Himi., 
and B.A., 1896. For a short time 
in Colonial Civil Service ; helped 
in the compilation of the detailed 
index of the Dictionary of National 
Biography. 

♦Greenwell, His Honour Judge 
Francis John : b. Oct. 20, 1852 ; 
s. of Francis Greenwell, of Dur- 
ham ; m. July 29, 1884, Constance 
Frances Sybil, d. of His Honour 
Judge Bradshaw. Educ. Durham 
School (King's Sch.) ; BalUol 
1872-6 (R.L.N., J.L.S.D., T.H.G., 
T.C., W.H.F., R.G.T.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1874 ; 4th Lit. Himi. 1876 ; 
B.A. 1877; M.A. 1879; Torpid; 
Eight (Capt.). Union Soc. Bar- 
rister, I.T., 1877; N.E. Circuit; 
practised in Newcastle district 
1882-95 ; Recorder of Durham 
1883 ; Judge of County Court 
Circuit No. i (Northmnberland 
and part of Durham) 1895- ; 
Chairman Durham Quarter Ses- 
sions 1907- ; J. P., Northimiber- 
land and Durham. Recreation : 
Riding. Address : Greenwell 
Ford, Lanchester, Durham. 

Greer, William : b. May 24, 1880 ; 
s. of Hugh Greer, of Belfast. 
Educ. Harrow; Pembroke CoU., 
Cambridge ; Balliol 1903-4 (W.M.). 
I.C.S., Bombay ; Assist. Collector 
and Magistrate 1904. Club : East 
India United Service. Addresses : 
I.C.S., Bombay, India ; 2 lement 
Road, Wimbledon, London, S.W. 

♦Gregory, Rev. Thomas : b. April 
8, 1856 ; s. of Rev. Alexander 
Gregory, Minister of the Free 
Church of Scotland ; m. Sept. 8, 
1887, Jane Adam, d. of Dr. James 
Lochhead, o£ Greenock. Issue : 
five sons. Educ. Edinbiurgh Aca- 
demy ; Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 
1875-9 (A.G., W.H.F., T.K.C., 
R.L.N.) ; SneU Ex. ; ist Math. 
Mods. 1876 ; ist CI. Mods. 1877 ; 
ist Math. 1878 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1879; EUerton Prize 1 881; 



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M.A. 1883. M.A., Glasgow (Triple 
ist Class Honours), 1880 ; Minis- 
ter of United Free Church of 
Scotland, Kilmacolm, Renfrew- 
shire, 1884-. Publications : arti- 
cles on ' Mercy ', ' Sacrifice ', 
* Union ', in Hastings's Dictionary 
of the Gospels. Address : Kil- 
macolm, Renfrewshire. 
Grenfell, Hon. Gerald William : 
. b. March 39, 1890 ; s. of ist Lord 
Desborough. Educ. Eton ; Bal- 
liol 1909-13 (A.VV.P.C, A.D.L.) ; 
CI. Sch. ; ist CI. Mods., Craven 
Sch., and Dist. in Hertford Sch., 

1911 ; Dist. Mention Craven Sch. 

1912 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1913; Univ. 
Tennis team v. Cambridge. Ad- 
dress : Taplow Court, Bucks. 

Grenfell, Hon. Julian Henry Francis : 
b. March 3, 1888 ; s. of ist Lord 
Desborough. Educ. Eton ; Bal- 
liol 190&-10 (J.L.S.D., A.D.L., 

■J.A.S.); Eight; Four (Henley). 
Dervorguilla Soc. Royal Dragoons ; 
King Edward VII Coronation 
Medal. Address : Taplow Court, 
Bucks. 

Grey, Rt. Hon. Sir Edward, 3rd 
Bsirt. : b. April 25, 1862 ; s. of 
Lieut.-Col. G. H. Grey ; tn. 1885, 
Dorothy (d. 1906), d. of S. F. Wid- 
drington, of Newton Hall, North- 
umberland. Educ. Winchester ; 
BaUiol 1880-4 (F. de P., R.L.N.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1881 ; 3rd Jur. 
1884; Hon. D.C.L. 1907; Univ. 
Tennis team v. Cambridge 1881, 
3, 4. M.P. (L.) Berwick - on - 
Tweed 1885- ; P.C. 1902 ; Under- 
Sec. 1892-5, Sec. 1905-, of State 
for Foreign Affairs ; winner 
Amateur Tennis Championship 
1896 ; Trustee of the British 
Museum ; K.G. 1912 ; D.L. 
Publication : Fly-fishing, 1899. 
Clubs : Brooks's, Oxford and 
Cambridge. Addresses : Fallo- 
den, Lesbury, Northumberland ; 
Foreign Office, London, S.W. 

Grey-Edwards, Henry Bayly Regi- 
nud: b. Aug. 2, 1894; s. of Henry 
Grey-Edwards, of Bangor. Educ. 
Winchester; Balliol 1913- (F.F.U., 
N.S.T.). Address: Bank Place, 
Bangor. 



Griffltli, Franis Kiugsley : b. Dec 

23, 1889 ; s. of Frank Griffith, of 
Bromley,Kent. £(iwc.Marlborough; 
Balliol 1908-12 (A. W. P.C, 
A.D.L.) ; Williams Ex. ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1910 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1912. Union Soc. (Sec. and 
Treas. 1910, Lib, 191 1, Pres. 
1912). Address : The Gables, 
Bromlej^ Kent. 

*Griffltli, Idwal Owain : b. Sept. 23, 
1880 ; s. of E. Griffith, of Glany- 
pwll School, Blaenau Festiniog ; 
m. June 26, 1909, Alice Godfrey 
Isaac, of Barton Court, Abingdon. 
Educ. Llandovery Coll. ; Balliol 
1898-1904 (J.W.R., H.B.H.) ; 
Math. Sch. ; ist Math. Mods., 
and Jun. Math. Sch., 1899 ; ist 
Math., and B.A., 1901 ; ist Nat, 
Sci. (Phys.), and Sen, Math. Sch., 
1903 ; M.A. 1905. Arnold Soc. 
Formerly Fellow of St. John's 
Coll. ; Demonstrator in Experi- 
mental Philosophy ; Lecturer at 
Wadham, Exeter, and St. John's 
Colls.; Exam. Nat. Sci. 1914-17. 
A ddress : 49 Banbury Road, Oxford, 

Griffltli, James Dnmmiond : b. 
1830 ; s. of T. T. Griffith, of Wrex- 
ham, Co. Denbigh. Educ. Balliol 
1847-50 ; B.A. 1850. Barrister, 
L.I., 1854. 

Griffltli, Rev. James Shaw : b. 
Nov. 21, 1875 ; s. of Rev. A. J. 
Griffith, Congregational Minister, 
of Melbourne ; m. Aug. 29, 1905 , 
Margaret Pearce, d. of M. R. Shar- 
man, of Wellingborough. Educ. 
Sydney Gr. School and Univ., 
N.S.W. ; Balliol 1896-9 (J.L.S.D.) ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1898 ; 
2nd Theol. 1900 ; M.A. 1902; Cox. 
of Torpid (head of river) and 
Eight. Union and Arnold Socs. 
B. A., Sydney, 1894; Mansfield Coll. 
1 898-1 901 ; Minister of Congrega- 
tional Church, Abingdon, 1901— 7 ; 
ditto Union Church, Tientsin, 
1907-. Address : Union Chiurch 
House, Tientsin, North China. 

Griffltli, Thomas Hugh : b. i860 ; 
s. of Thomas Griffith, of Barnes, 
Surrey. Educ. Christ's Hospital ; 
Non-Coil. 1881 ; Balliol 1882-5 
(R.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. Mods, 1883 ; 3rd 



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Lit. Hum., and B. A., 1885. Address: 
Army College, Heath End, Fam- 
ham. 

Griffiths, Rev. Edward Thomas : 
b. Jan. 24, 1856 ; s. of G. H. Grif- 
fiths, M.D., of Cheltenham. Educ. 
Cheltenham (Dobson and Jex- 
Blake Schs.) ; Balliol 1875-9 
(W.H.F., E.A., J.L.S.D.) ; CI. Ex. ; 
ist CI. Mods., and Hertford and 
Ireland Schs., 1877; 4th Lit. Hum. 
1879 ; B.A. 1881 ; M.A. 1882. 
Union Soc. Travelled in Italy, 
Greece, Palestine, and Egypt, 
1882-4 ; ordained d. 1884, p. 1885 ; 
Curate of St. Mark's, Cheltenham, 
1884-96 ; Exam. Chapl. to Bishop 
of Worcester 1897-1901 ; Vicar of 
Cam 1898-19x3 ; Rural Dean of 
Dursley 1911-13. Address : Cam 
Vicarage, Dursley, Glos. [Died 
Feb. 16, 1913.] 

Griffiths, Famham Pond : b. Nov. 
25, 1884 ; s. of Rev. Griffith 
Griffiths, of Oakland, California, 
U.S.A. Educ. Eureka High 
School and Univ. of California ; 
Balliol 1907-10 (E.H.) ; Rhodes 
Sch. ; 2nd Jur., and B.A., 1910. 
Union, Arnold (Pres.), and Braken- 
bury Socs. B.L., Univ. of Cali- 
fornia, 1906 ; Lecturer in Law, and 
Sec. to Pres., California Univ., 
1910-. Clubs : Faculty (Berke- 
ley), Athenian (Oakland). Ad- 
dress : California Hall, Berkeley, 
California, U.S.A. 

Grimley, Reginald Feam : b. April 
24, 1870 ; s. of John Grimley, of 
Edgbaston ; m. Sept. 30, 1909, 
Margherita Boninzella, d. of Mar- 
chese F. Pieri-Nerli. Issue : two 
childi-en. Educ. King Edward's 
School, Birmingham (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1889-91 (W.M.). I.C.S., 
Madras ; Assist. Collector and 
Magistrate 1891 ; trans, to Central 
Provinces 1898 ; Assist. Commis- 
sioner 1898 ; Deputy ditto 1900 ; 
re-trans, to Madras as Special 
Assist. Collector and Magistrate 
1900 ; Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate 1904 ; Officiating Col- 
lector, District Magistrate, and 
Government Agent, Tanjore ; re- 
tired on medical certificate 1908. 



Address : Chicheley, Parkwood 
Road, Bournemouth. 

Grosvenor, Hon. Richard Cecil: 
b. Jan. 27, 1848 ; s. of Lord Robert 
Grosvenor ; m. 1898, Jessie Amelia, 
d. of Rev. Charles Clarke, of 
Esher. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1866- 
9 (B.J.); 3rd CI. Mods. 1868; 
Cricket XL Barrister, I.T., 1872 ; 
Revising Barrister 1885-. Puhli- 
cation : Ivy. Clubs : Bath, Mary- 
lebone. Queen's ; St. George's 
(Sandwich), New Zealand Golf. 
Address : Morrisbume House, 
Pembroke Road, Woking. 

Grove, Major^Gen. Shr Coleridge : 
b. Sept. 26, 1839 ; 5. of Rt. Hon. 
Sir W. R. Grove, P.C., F.R.S. 
Educ. Clapham Gr. School ; Bal- 
liol 1858-62 (B.J., E.C.W., J.R., 
E.P., H.J.S.S.) ; Math. Ex. ; ist 
Math. Mods, i860; 1st Math. 
1862; B.A. 1863 ; winner of Univ. 
FoUs. 15th Regt. 1863-77; passed 
(First) into Staff Coll. 1877; 
Intelligence Department 1881 ; 
A.D.C. to Lord-Lieut, of Ireland 
1882 ; served in Egyptian Cam- 
paigns 1882 and 1884-5 ; Deputy 
Assist. Adj.-Gen. 1883 ; Assist, 
ditto, Gibraltar, 1885 ; Private 
Sec. to three successive War 
Ministers (Rt. Hons. H. Campbell- 
Bannerman, W. H. Smith, and 
E. Stanhope) ; Assist. Adj.-Gen. 
(Head of Mobilization Branch) 
1888-94 ; Half-pay 1894-6 ; Mili- 
tary Sec. to Commander-in-Chief 
1896-1901 ; Col., East Yorkshire 
Regt., 1901- ; Egyptian Medal 
with clasp, bronze star, 4th Class 
Osmanieh, and Brevet of Lieut.- 
Col., 1882 ; Egyptian Medal with 
two clasps, and Brevet of Col., 
1885 ; Major-Gen. 1896 ; K.C.B. 
1898. Recreations : Shooting, 
riding, fishing, skating. Clubs : 
Oxford and Cambridge, Army and 
Navy, Garrick, Beefsteak, Arts. 
Address : 7 Wellington Court, 
Knightsbridge, London, S.W. 

Grove, Edward Thomas Newcomen : 
b. Oct. 27, 1891 ; s. of A. T. N. 
Grove, of Chalfont St. Giles, 
Bucks. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1910- (A.D.L., N.S.T., A.L.S.); 



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Williams Ex. ; Torpid ; Eight ; 
Four. Address : Forest House, 
Forest Row, Sussex. 

Gruchy, John James : b. 1861 ; 
s. of Philip Gruchy, of Richmond, 
Yorks. Educ. Victoria Coll., 
Jersey; Balliol 1879-81. 

'"'Grueber, Bemhard Erwin : b. Aug. 
5, 1846 ; s. of Bemhard Grueber, 
Prof, of Architecture at Prague ; 
m. Oct. 19, 1882, Mary, d. of Rat 
Strobl, of Munich. Issue : one 
daughter. Educ. Public Schools 
in Prague and Amsberg ; Univs. 
of Berlin, Greifswald, and Munich. 
Practised in Courts of Mimich and 
Weilheim 1871-3 ; Doc. Juris. 
1874, Lecturer 1875, Prof, of 
Roman Law and Jurisprudence 
1 896-, Univ. of Munich ; Reader 
in Roman Law, 1881-93, M.A. (by 
decree) 1883, Deputy Regius Prof, 
of Civil Law 1892-3, Oxford ; 
Lecturer at Balliol 1886-93 ; 
Corresponding Member of Juridi- 
cal Soc. of Berlin. Publications : 
Versuch einer Erkldrung.,der de 
jure dotium, 1874 ; Uber den 
Einfluss der Eigenthumsklage auf 
die Ersitzung nach romischem 
Rechte, 1875 ; The Lex Aquilia, 
1886 ; Roman Law as a Branch 
of Legal Education in an English 
University^ 1889 ; Einfuhrung in 
die Rechiswissenschaft. Eine juris- 
tische Encyklopddie und Methodo- 
logie, 1908 ; Die Vorbildung der 
Juristen und ihre Reform, 1910 ; 
editor of L. Amdt's Juristische En- 
cyklopddie der Rechiswissenschaft ; 
contributor to Birkmeyer's En- 
cyklopddie der Rechiswissenschaft 
and to various English and 
German periodicals. Address : 5 
Giselastr., Munich, Germany. 

Grundy, Samuel Percy : b. Sept. 20, 
1880; s. of A. W. Grundy, of 
Prestwich ; m. Sept. 8, 1908, 
S. Eleanor, d. of H. R. Greg, of 
Lode Hill, Styal, Cheshire. Issue : 
one daughter. Educ. Shrewsbury 
(Leaving Sch.) ; Balliol 1899- 
1903 (J.W.R., D.H.N., H.B.H., 
E.J.) ; Brakenbury Nat. Sci. Sch. ; 
2nd Math. Mods. 1900 ; ist Nat. 
Sci. (Chem.) 1902 ; B.A. 1903 ; 



M.A. 1907. Barrister, LT., 1903 ; 
Resident, Manchester Univ. Settle- 
ment, Ancoats, 1907-8 ; Sec. of 
Manchester City League of Help. 
Address : Woodlands, Whaley 
Bridge, Derbyshire. 

Gubbins, John Harington .- b. Jan. 
24, 1852 ; s. of M. R. Gubbins, 
I.C.S. ; m. April 4, 1893, Helen 
Brodie, d. of C. A. McVean, of Kil- 
finichen. Mull. Issue : two sons, 
three daughters. Educ. Brighton 
Coll.; Harrow; Hon. M.A., Ox- 
ford 1909. Union Soc. Student 
Interpreter, Japan Consular Ser- 
vice, 1871 ; English Sec. to Re- 
vision of Treaties Conference 1885- 
6 ; Assist. Japanese Sec. 1888 ; 
Sec. 1889, with local rank of 
Second Sec. in Diplomatic Service, 
1890, and Sec. of Legation 1902 ; 
formerly Vice-Consul and Consul ; 
Employed at Foreign Ofi&ce on 
Japanese Treaty 1894 ; Sen. 
British Delegate for Negotiation 
of Japanese Supplementary Tariff 
Convention 1895 ; Charg6 d' Af- 
faires, Seoul, Corea, 1 900-1 ; 
retired 1909 ; Lecturer in Japa- 
nese, Oxford, 1909-12 ; C.M.G. 
1898. Publications : Dictionary 
of Chinese-Japanese Words in the 
Japanese Language (3 vols.) ; 
translation of The Civil Code of 
Japan, with Introduction on Japa- 
nese Family System (2 vols.) ; 
Progress of Japan, iSjj-?/. Club : 
St. James's. Address : 10 Clydes- 
dale Mansions, Bayswater, Lon- 
don, W. 

Guedalla, Florance Montefiore : b. 
June 23, 1873 ; s. of Joseph 
Guedalla, of London ; m. June 23, 
1902, May, d. of Percy Marsden. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Rugby 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1892-3 (B.J., 
A.L.S.). Union Soc. ; Palmerston 
Club. Solicitor; Partner in 
Guedalla and Jacobson, Win- 
chester House, Old Broad St., E.C.; 
contested (L.) South St. Pancras 
1910. Club : City Liberal. Ad- 
dress : 22 Harley House, Regent's 
Park, London, N.W. 

Guedalla, Philip : b. March 12, 
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London. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
1908-12 (C.B., A.L.S., H.W.C.D.) ; 
CI. Ex. ; 1st CI. Mods. 1910 ; 
ist Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1912. 
Union Soc. (Lib. and Treas. 1910, 
Pres. 191 1) ; O.U.D.S. Barrister, 
LT., 1913. Addresses: Harcourt 
House, Cavendisli Square, Lon- 
don, W. ; 7 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, London, E.C. 

Guinness, Henry Samuel Howard : 
b. June 22, 1888 ; s. of H. R. 
Guinness, of Blackrock, Co. Dub- 
lin. Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 
1906-9 (H.B.H., G.W.S.); 3rd 
Nat. Sci. (Zool.) 1909 ; B.A. 1910 ; 
Torpid (head of river) ; Eight 
(Henley). Banker, Hamburg 1910, 
Boston, U.S.A., 1911. Address : 
81 Lombard Street, London, E.C. 

Gully, Hon. James William Her- 
SChell : see Selby, Viscount. 

Gupta, Inanendra Nath : b. Nov. g, 
1870 ; s. of Ghanashyam Gupta, 
of Calcutta ; m. 1894, Sarala, d. of 
R. C. Dutt, I.C.S., CLE. Issue : 
four sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Metropolitan Institution and Presi- 
dency Coll., Calcutta ; Non-Coil. 
1891; Balliol 1892-3 (W.M.). I.C.S. 
Bengal ; Assist. Magistrate and Col- 
lector 1893 ; Joint Magistrate and 
Deputy Collector 1900; special 



duty in connexion with Delhi Dur- 
b£ir 1903 ; transferred to E. Bengal 
and Assam, Magistrate and Collec- 
tor, 1905 ; re-transferred to Bengal 
1912. Publications: Survey of the 
Industries of Eastern Bengal and 
Assam, 1909 ; Gazetteer of the Bogra 
District, 19x0 ; Life and Work 
of Romesh C. Dutt, C.I.E., 1911. 
Address : c/o Grindlay & Co., 
Bankers, Calcutta, India. 

Gupta, Sudhindra Nath : b. May 2, 
1895 ; s. of I. N. Gupta, of Cal- 
cutta. Educ. St. Xavier's Coll. ; 
Balliol 1913- (H.W.C.D.). Address 
9/1 Hungerford St., Calcutta, 
India. 

*Gwyn-Jeffreys, Howell : 6. Aug. 23, 
1844 ; s. of T. J. Gwyn- Jeffreys, 
D.C.L., D.L., of Llangenech, Co. 
Carmarthen ; m. April 4, 1877, 
Emily, d. of J. Buckley, J.P., D.L. 
Issue : five children. Educ. Har- 
row ; Balliol 1863-6 (J.R.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods., and 2nd Math. Mods., 
1865 ; ist Math., Johnson Me- 
morial Prize, and B.A., 1867 ; 
M.A. 1871. Barrister, L.I., 1870 ; 
Revising Barrister for eighteen 
years; J.P., Glamorgan and Here- 
ford. Clubs : Athenaeum, Re- 
form. Address: 1 1 Vicarage Gate, 
Kensington, London, W. 



H 



Habib-ullah, Maulvi Saiyld : b. 

March 12, 1863 ; s. of Maulvi 
Saiyid Riazuddin Ahmed. Educ. 
M.A.O. Coll., Aligarh ; Non-Coil. 
1882 ; Balliol 1883 (J.L.S.D., 
M.W.). Barrister, M.T., 1884; 
Advocate of Allahabad High 
Court ; S.C.S. 1887 ; Assist. Magis- 
trate and Collector, N.W. Prov. ; 
Joint Magistrate 1892 ; Assist. 
Commissioner 1895 ; Deputy ditto 
1896 ; District and Sessions Judge 
1898. Address : Cawnpore, India. 
Hachisuka, Marquis MochI Aka : 
b. 1850 ; s. of Prince Nari Hirs 
Hachisuka. Educ. Private ; Bal- 
liol 1874-6. Address : 9 Tsu- 
nacho, Mita, Tokyo, Japan. 



Hackney, Walter Devenport : b. 

Aug. 8, 1890 ; s. of Walter Hack- 
ney, of London. Educ. Whitgift 
Gr. School ; Balliol 1910- 
(H.W.C.D., N.S.T., H.B.H.). Ad- 
dress : Gresham Lodge, Streatham 
Common, London, S.W. 
Haddo, Lord, George Gordon : b. 
Jan. 20, 1879 ; s. of 7th Earl of 
Aberdeen ; m. Aug. 1906, Mary 
Florence, d. of J. Clixby, and 
widow of E. S. Cockayne, of 
Shefifield. Educ. Cargilfield ; Har- 
row ; St. Andrews Univ. ; Bal- 
liol 1899-1903 (A.L.S.) ; Torpid 
(2). Union Soc. ; Palmerston 
Club (Pres.). Contested (L.) East 
Berks. 1906 ; A.D.C. to Lord 



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Lieut, of Ireland 1906- ; Pres. of 
East Aberdeenshire Liberal Assoc. 
1906-12 ; ordained Elder of 
Church of Scotland 1908; member 
of General Assembly, Church of 
Scotland, 1908-12 ; member of 
L.C.C., Peckham, 1910— ; D.L., 
Aberdeenshire. Clubs : Brooks's, 
National Liberal; New (Edin- 
burgh), Royal Northern (Aber- 
deen). Addresses : 16 Cambridge 
Square, London, W. ; House of 
Schivas, Ellon, Aberdeenshire. 

Haddock, Charles : b. Oct. n, 1832 ; 
s. of John Haddock, of St. Helens, 
Lanes. Educ. Harrow (Head, 
1871-2) ; BalUol 1872-5 (T.H.G., 
F. de P., T.C., R.G.T., A.J.M.B.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1874. Union Soc. 
Studied business in Liverpool 
1876-80 ; travelled on Continent 
188 1-4. Recreations : Travel, archi- 
tecture, philately, bridge, music, 
reading, gardening. Address : c/o 
Miss Bahr, South Hill Grove, 
Liverpool, S. 

Haessler, Carl Hennan : b. Aug. 5, 
1888 ; s. of H. F. Haessler, of 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A. 
Educ. Univ. of Wisconsin ; Balliol 
191 1- (A.D.L.) ; Rhodes Sch. 
JowettSoc. Address: 7i9Stowell 
Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 
U.S.A. 

Haggitt, Francis Richard : see 
Wegg-Prosser, F. R. 

*Haines, John Thomas Augustus : 
b. 1861 ; s. of J. T. Haines, of 
Twickenham, Middlesex. Educ. 
Christ's Hospital ; Balliol 1879- 
83 ; Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1880 ; 
Latin Verse Prize 1881 ; ist Lit. 
Hiun., and B.A., 1883 ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1884 ; M.A. 1886. Fellow of 
University Coll. 1883-90. Private 
Tutor. Addresses : St. George's 
Mansions, George St., and 123 
High St., Oxford. 

Haldane, Robert Patrick : b. July 
21, 1893 ; s. of W. S. Haldane, of 
Edinburgh. Educ. Edinburgh 
Academy ; Balliol 1911- (A.L.S., 
N.S.T.); Morrison Fours. Address: 
55 Melville St., Edinburgh. 

Haldlnstein, Henry Hyman : b. 
Jan. 20, 1863 ; s. of P. V. Haldln- 



stein, of Norwich ; m. Mabel, d. of 
Sir Herbert Leon, Bart., of Bletch- 
ley Park. Issue : three children. 
Educ. Norwich Gr. School ; Balliol 
1881-5 (F. de P., A.L.S.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1882 ; 3rd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1885 ; M.A. 1887. Bar- 
rister, I.T., 1886 ; K.C. 1912. 
Club : Reform. Addresses : 17 
Montagu Square, London, W. ; 
Amersham Hill Lodge, High 
Wycombe. 

Hale, Horace John : b. Jan. 21, 
1880 ; s. of J. H. Hale, of London ; 
m. March 8, 1910, Alba lUeene, d. 
of Frederick Maitland-Heriot, of 
Buenos Aires. Educ. Eton ; Bal- 
liol 1898-1902 (A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 
4th Mod. Hist. 1902 ; B.A. 1904 ; 
Univ. 1899, 1901, 1902, and Coll. 
Eights. Merchant in London and 
Buenos Aires. Address : 16 Lan- 
caster Gate, London, W. 

*HaIe, Wmiam Matthew : b. Aug. 
27, 1837 ; s. of Rev. William Hale, 
Rector of Claverton ; m. June 12, 
1869, Emma Frances, d. of Alfred 
George, of Bristol. Issue : two 
sons, three daughters. Educ. 
Bath Gr. School ; Rugby; Balliol 
1856-60 (H.J.S.S., W.L.N., B.J., 
E.C.W., J.R., W.C.L.); Hon. 4th 
Lit. Hum. 1859 ; B.A. i860 ; 
M.A. 1863. Union Soc. Lieut. 
O.U.R.V.C. Studied painting 
under J. D. Harding, Collingwood 
Smith, and at the Langham Life 
School ; Associate 1871, member 
1 88 1, Royal Soc. of Painters in 
Water Colours ; Exhibitor at 
R.A., Paris, New Zealand, St. 
Louis, and other international ex- 
hibitions. Recreations : Skating, 
travel. Club : Arts. Address : 
Claverton, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. 

Hall, Alfred Daniel : 6.1864; s. of 
Edwin Hall, of Rochdale ; m. 
M. L., d. of John Brooks, of Edg- 
baston. Issue : two sons. Educ. 
Manchester Gr. School (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1881-5 (R.L.N., H.B.D.) ; 
Brakenbury Nat. Sci. Sch. ; ist 
Nat. Sci. (Chem.) 1884 ; B.A. and 
M.A. 1888 ; Eight (Stroke). For- 
merly Science Master at King 
Edward's School, Birmingham ; 



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Principal, South-Eastern Agricul- 
tural Coll., Wye, 1894-1902 ; 
Director of Rothamsted Experi- 
mental Station (Lawes Agricultural 
Trust) 1902-12 ; F.R.S. 1909 ; 
Commissioner under Development 
Act, 1910- ; Foreign Member of 
Royal Academy of Agriculture, 
Sweden. Publications : The Book 
of the Rothamsted Experiments, 
1904 ; The Soil, 2nd ed., 1908 ; 
Fertilizers and Manures, 1909 ; 
The Feeding of Crops and Stock, 
and Soils and Agriculture of the 
South- East of England, 191 1 ; A 
Pilgrimage of British Farming, 
1913 ; various papers in scien- 
tific journals, &c. Club : Savile. 
Addresses : The Development Com- 
mission, 6 a Dean's Yard, S.W., 
and Ewhurst, Mostyn Road, Mer- 
ton, London, S.W. 

HaU, David Patrick Hall : b. March 
17, 1891 ; s. of C. A. H. Hall, of 
South Hall, Basingstoke. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1909-13 (E.H., 
A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 
1913; Morrison Fours. Union 
Soc. .4 rfrfrws: South Hall, Basing- 
stoke. 

Hall, Roger Holinsworth : b. Sept. 
28, 1893 ; s. of A. D. Hall, F.R.S., 
Commissioner under the Develop- 
ment Act, 1910. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1911- (A.L.S., N.S.T.) ; 
Hon. Mention Lothian Prize 1914 ; 
Morrison Fours. Address : Ewhurst, 
Mostyn Road, Merton, London, 
S.W. 

Hallard, James Henry : b. April 4, 
1861 ; s. of Frederick Hallard, 
of Edinburgh. Educ. Edinburgh 
Academy and Univ. ; Balliol 
1881-4 (F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1883 ; B.A. 1884 ; 
M.A. 1889 ; won Jun. Fours. 
Brakenbury and Carlyle Socs. 
Schoolmaster and Lecturer ; de- 
livered course of four lectures in 
French on French literary topics, 
in Balliol Hall 1909. Publications : 
Gallica (essays), Carmina (verses). 
Gold and Silver (an elementary 
treatise on Bimetallism) ; transla- 
tor of The Idylls of Theocritus 
into English verse ; FitzGerald's 



Owflr into French verse. Address: 
Western College, Harrogate. 

Hallifax, Arthur George : b. Jan. 22, 
1869 ; s. of Benjamin Hallifax, Tea- 
planter, of Darjeeling ; m. Eleanor 
Lewis, d. of W. W. Jenkins. Educ. 
Blundell's ; Balliol 1887-90 
(W.M.) ; Blundell Sch. ; 2nd Or. 
Stud., and B.A., 1890 ; M.A. 1902 
Arnold Soc. (Treas.). LC.S., As 
sist. Magistrate and Collector, 
Bengal, 1890 ; transferred to As- 
sam as Assist. Commissioner 1892 
Joint Magistrate and Deputy Col 
lector, Bengal, 1898 ; Magistrate 
and Collector 1900-. Address 
c/o H. S. King & Co., 9 Pall Mall 
London, S.W. 

Hallifax, Charles Joseph : b. 1867 
s. of Benjamin Hallifax, Tea 
planter, of Darjeeling. Educ 
Blundell's; Balliol 1885-8 (W.M.) 
Blundell Sch. ; ist Or. Stud., and 
B.A., 1888. LC.S. Punjab; As 
sist. Commissioner 1888 ; Coun 
cillor to Raja of Suket 1891-3 
Jun. Sec. to Govt. 1896 ; Sen. Sec. 
to Financial Commissioners 1896- 
8 ; Sec. to Plague Commission 
1 898-1 901 ; Judicial and General 
Sec. to Government 1901-3 ; De- 
puty Commissioner, Lahore, 1903- 
5 ; Commissioner of Excise and 
Superintendent of Stamps, &c., 
1907 ; Commissioner 191 2. Ad- 
dress : c/o H. S. King & Co., 65 
Comhill, London, E.C. 

Hallifax, Edwin Richard : b. Feb. 
17, 1874 ; s. of Benjamin Halli- 
fax, Tea-planter, of Darjeeling. 
Educ. Blundell's; Balliol 1892-6 
(W.R.H., R.C., E.A.) ; Blundell 
Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1894 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1896. Ad- 
dress : Colonial Civil Service, 
Hong Kong, China. 

Hallifax, Henry Francis : b. 1872 ; s. 
of Benjamin Hallifax, Tea-planter, 
of Darjeeling. Educ. Blundell's ; 
Balliol 1 891-3 (W.M.) ; Blundell 
Sch. LC.S. Central Provinces ; 
Assist. Commissioner 1893 ; Set- 
tlement Officer 1896 ; Deputy 
Commissioner 1900 ; Divisional 
and Sessions Judge 1902 ; Addi- 
tional Judicial Commissioneri9i 3-. 



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Address : I.C.S., Nagpur, Central 
Provinces, India. 

Hallifax, Herbert Witten : b. AprU 
II, 1875 ; s. of Benjamin Hallifax, 
Tea-planter, of Darjeeling. Educ. 
Blundell's; Balliol 1894-7 (F. de 
P., E.J.) ; 4th Jur., and B.A., 
1897; Rugby XV; Torpid (2). 
Arnold Soc. Camborne Minmg 
School, 1st Class Certificate, 1901 ; 
Manganese mining in Ramlik, 
Central Provinces, 1901-3 ; Irriga- 
tion Department, P.W.D. ; Execu- 
tive Engineer, Kanhan Division, 
Kamptee. Address : Executive 
Engineer, Kanhan Division, 
Kamptee, India. 

Hallward, Bernard Marsham : b. 
Aug. 14, 1882 ; s. of Rev. T. W. O. 
HaBward, of Staplehurst. Educ. 
Winchester ; Balliol 1901-4 (F. de 
P., J.A.S.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1903 ; 
B.A. 1905. 

Hamilton, Rev. Charles Walsing- 
ham : b. Dec 16, 1850 ; s. of 
Rev. W. H. Hamilton, Rector of 
Marton-in-Craven ; m. Oct. 25, 
1876, Emily Ada, d. of J. K. 
Matterson, of Pietermaritzburg. 
Issue : one son, one daughter, 
Educ. Royal High School, Edin- 
burgh ; Balliol 1 871-4 (F. de P., 
T.H.G.); 3rd CI. Mods. 1872; 
B.A. 1875 ; Univ. 1873, and Coll. 
Rugby XV's. Ordained d. 1874, 
p. 1875 ; Curate of St. George's, 
Leeds, 1875-6 ; Clapham 1877-8 ; 
Bingley 1878-82 ; Marton-in-Cra- 
ven 1882-8 ; Rector of Broughton- 
in-Airedale 1888- ; member of 
Roman Antiquities Committee of 
Yorkshire Archaeological Soc. Ad- 
dress : Broughton Rectory,Skipton- 
in-Craven, Yorks. 

Hamilton, Frank Sumner : b. Nov. 

3, 1864 ; s. of Andrew Hamilton, 
of Manchester. Educ. Manchester 
Or. School; Balliol 1883-5 
(W.M.). Union and Brakenbury 
Socs. I.C.S. ; Assist. Magistrate 
and Collector 1885 ; Joint Magis- 
trate and Deputy Collector 1892 ; 
Magistrate and Collector 1896 ; 
District and Sessions Judge 1897 ; 
retired 1911. Club : East India 
United Service. Address : Uve- 



dale Hall, Needham Market, Suf- 
folk. 
Hamilton, Gawayne Baldwin : b. 

Aug. 20, 1861 ; s. of Rev. H. F. 
Hamilton, of Woodmansteme, 
Surrey ; m. 1897, Agnes, d. of Sir 
Fiennes Colvile, K.C.B. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Winchester (Ex.) ; Balliol 1880-4 
(R.L.N.) ; 2nd CL Mods. 1882; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1884 ; B.A. 1886. 
Barrister, I.T., 1886 (Real Pro- 
perty Sch.) ; J.P., King's County. 
Publications : Trustee Acts, 1890 ; 
Law of Covenants, 2nd ed., 1904. 
Club : Junior Carlton. Ad- 
dresses : 14 Old Square, Lincoln's 
Inn, London, W.C. ; Boveen, 
Sharavogue, King's County, Ire- 
land. 

'^'Hamilton, Grahame Maurice : b. 
Feb. 19, 1887 ; s. of W. F. Hamil- 
ton, K.C. Educ. Eton (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1905-9 (A.L.S., E.J.P., 
A.D.L.) ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1908 ; M.A. 1912. Barris- 
ter, M.T., 1910. Club : Albemarle. 
Address : 4 Whitehall Court, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

Hamilton, Rev. Hans Frederick : 
b. Oct. 13, 1829 ; s. of John 
Hamilton, of The Grove, Co. 
Meath ; tn. Mary Georgina, d. of 
C. B. Baldwin, M.P., of Boveen, 
King's County. Educ. Grosvenor 
Coll., Bath; Crewkeme Or. 
School ; Cheltenham ; Balliol 
1849-52 (E.C.W., W.C.L., B.J., 
J.R., E.P.) ; B.A. 1853 ; M.A. 
1856 ; Eight. Ordained d. 1853, 
p. 1855 ; Curate of Holy Trinity, 
Eastbourne, 1853-6 ; Rector of 
Langton Herring 1856-7 ; Vicar 
of Sidmouth 1857-61 ; Combe St. 
Nicholas 1861-85 ; Rector of 
Woodmansteme 1885-12. Ad- 
dress : Woodmansteme, Epsom. 
[Died April 18, 1912.] 

Hamilton, Sir John Andrew : see 
Sumner, Lord. 

'■'Hamilton, Sidney Graves : b. 
June 13, 1855 ; s. of Maxwell 
Hamilton, Crown Solicitor N.E. 
Circuit (Ireland) ; m. Aug. 9, 
1906, R. L., d. of C. J. Pidgeon. 
Issue : one daughter. Educ. 



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Harrow (Entrance and Leaving 
Schs.) ; Balliol 1874-8 (F. de P., 
R.L.N.) ; Sch. ; ist CL Mods., 
Hertford Sch., and Latin Verse 
Prize, 1875 ; Gaisford Greek Verse 
Prize 1877 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1878; M.A. 1881. Fellow 
187&-1906, Lib. 1888-, Hertford 
Coll. ; editor to Worcestershire 
Hist. Soc. ; J.P. Glos. and Worcs. 
Publications : school edition of 
Odyssey 21-4, 1883 ; ' Dr. Newton 
and Hertford College ' (Oxford 
Hist. Soc, vol. ii. Miscellanea), 
1896; Hertford College {Robinson's 
Series), 1903 ; some papers for 
Worcestershire Hist. Soc. Ad- 
dresses : Hertford College, Oxford ; 
Combe Lodge, Malvern ; Mickle- 
ton, Campden, Glos. 

Hamilton Fletcher, Gareth : b. 
May 13, 1894 ; s. of George 
Hamilton Fletcher, of Sherborne. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 191 3- 
(H.W.C.D., N.S.T.). Annandale 
Soc. Address : Leweston Manor, 
Sherborne, Dorset. 

Hamllton-Hoare, Henry William : 
formerly Hoare ; b. April 1844 ; 
s. of Rev. W. H. Hoare, of Nice ; 
m. 1877, May, d. of William Owen, 
of Withybush, Co. Pembroke. 
Issue : three daughters. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1862-6 (E.P., B.J.) ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1863 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1866 ; O.U.A.C, 100 
yards v. Cambridge ; Cricket XI ; 
thrice winner of 100 yards, 120 
and 400 Hurdles in Coll. sports. 
Union Soc. Lecturer at Balliol 
and Worcester 1869 ; Education 
Department 1870; Chief Clerk 
1893 ; Assist. Sec, Board of 
Education, 1900-4 ; engaged in 
Charity, Hospital, and Social 
Welfare Assoc. Work in London ; 
L.C.C. representative as Manager 
of Non- Provided Schools. Publi- 
cations : The Evolution of the 
English Bible, 1901, 2nd ed. 1902 ; 
The Question of Disestablishment, 
1906 ; numerous contributions 
to Fortnightly, National, and 
Nineteenth Century. Recreations : 
Golf, fishing. Clubs : Oxford and 
Cambridge, Union, London Skat- 



ing, London Fencing, Wimbledon 
Park Golf. Address : 96 Ebury 
St., Chester Square, London, S.W. 

Hammick, Sir Murray : b. May n, 
1854 ; s. of Rev. Sir St. Vincent 
L. Hammick, 2nd Bart. ; m. 1883, 
Ada, d. of General Searle, M.S.C. 
Issue : one son, three daughters. 
Educ. Charterhouse ; Balliol 
1876-7. I.C.S., Madras; Assist. 
Collector and Magistrate 1877 ; 
ditto, Coorg, 1883 ; Assist. Sec. 
Judicial and Legislative Depart- 
ments and Acting Under-Sec. 
Revenue Department) Madras ; 
Head Assist., S. Kanara, 1885 ; 
Acting Postmaster-General, Ma- 
dras, 1886 ; Sec. to Commissioners 
of Land Revenue 1887 ; Collector 
and Magistrate, Malabar, 1893 ; 
Inspector-General Madras Police 
1894 ; Sec to Government, Local, 
Municipal, Educational, and Legis- 
lative Departments, 1901 ; mem- 
ber of Legislative Council 1901, 
2, 3> 6, 7 ; Chief Sec. to Govern- 
ment 1903 and 1906 ; Sec. Revenue 
Department 1903 ; member of 
Governor's Council 1908- ; C.I.E. 
1901 ; C.S.I. 1907 ; K.C.S.I. 
1 911; Governor of Madras March- 
Oct. 1912 ; member of Royal 
Commission on Public Services in 
India 191 2. Publication : Madras 
Municipal Manual. Club : East 
India United Service. Address : 
63 Carlisle Mansions, London, S.W. 

Hammick, Sir St. Vincent Alexander, 
3rd Bart. : b. April 10, 1839 ; s. 
of Rev. Sir St. Vincent L. Hammick, 
2nd Bart. ; m. (i) Oct. 20, 1869, 
Penelope Sarah Blanche, d. of 
C. W. Beauclerk. Issue : one 
son, two daughters ; (2) Elinor, 
d. of Rev. Sir G. F. Lewis, Bart. 
Educ. Harrow; Balliol 1858-60 
(E.C.W.) ; 2nd Math. Mods. 1859 ; 
4th Lit. Hum. i860 ; 4th Math., 
and B.A., 1861 ; Eight ; Four. 
43rd Light Infantry i86i ; served 
in New Zealand War (medal and 
dispatches) 1863-6 ; passed Staff 
Coll. 1872 ; Assist. Adjutant- 
General, Hyderabad Subsidiary 
Force, 1877-82 ; ditto British 
Forces in Egypt 1891-6 ; Col. 

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(retired) 1896. Address : Tre- 
neere, Torquay. 

*Hammond, Rev. Canon Charles 
[Edward : b. Jan. 24, 1837 ; s. of 
Major T. J. Hammond, H.E.I.C.S.; 
m. 1873, Florence Jane, d. of Rev. 
George Stallard. Issue : three 
sons, three daughters. Educ. 
Sherborne ; Balliol 1854 ; Exeter 
1854-9 (Symes Sch.) ; ist CI. 
Mods., and ist Math. Mods., 1857 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum., ist Math., and 
B.A., 1858 ; M.A. 1861. Fellow 
1859-73, Math. Lecturer 1859, 
Tutor 1861, Bursar 1863, Exeter ; 
ordained d. 1861, p. 1862 ; Math. 
Moderator 1862-3 ; Pass CI. 
Moderator and (twice) Master of 
the Schools ; Proctor 1867-8 ; 
Chapl. Oxford Female Peniten- 
tiary 1870-82 ; Rector of Wootton, 
Northants, 1882-7 ; Vicar of 
Menheniot 1887-1912 ; Rural 
Dean of East 1889-90 and 1893- 
8 ; Hon. Canon of Truro 1894 ; 
Exam. Chapl. to Bishop of Truro 
1903 ; Proctor in Convocation 
for Dio. of Truro 1905 ; Warden 
of St. Faith's House of Mercy, 
Lostwithiel, 1908. Publications : 
Outlines of Textual Criticism 
applied to the New Testament, 
6th ed. 1902 ; Liturgies, Eastern 
and Western, 1878, appendix to 
the same, 1879. Address : Kings- 
leigh, Saltash, Cornwall. 

Bamnett, Frederick Harper : b. Sept. 
20, 1857 ; s. of George Hamnett, 
C.I.E. ; m. Aug. 30, 1883, Florence 
Helen, d.oi Edward Stillwell. Issue : 
one son, two daughters. Educ. 
Clifton; Balliol 1878. I.C.S,, 
Madras ; Assist. Collector and 
Magistrate 1879 ; Assist. Accoun- 
tant-General 1885 ; Acting Sub- 
Collector and Magistrate, Goda- 
veri, 1886 ; Head Assist. Collector 
and Magistrate 1887 ; Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate 1891 ; 
District and Sessions Judge 1895 ; 
ditto. First Grade, 1910-. Ad- 
dress : I.C.S. , Madras, India. 

Haneox, Stanley Ewart : b. Aug. 9, 
1890 ; s. of Rev. E. Haneox, of 
Beech House, Nottingham. Educ. 
Loughborough Gr. School ; Balliol 



1908-13 (J.W.R., A.L.S.) ; Math. 
Sch. ; ist Math. Mods., and Prox. 
Acces. to Powell Prize, 1909 ; ist 
Math. 1911 ; B.A. 1912 ; 2nd 
Mod. Hist. 1 91 3. Civil Service, 
Eastern Cadetship, 1913. Ad- 
dress : Hazeldene, Goldthorn 
Hill, Wolverhampton. 

*Handyside, John : b. Jan. 31, 
1883 ; s. of Adam Handyside, of 
Edinburgh. Educ. Royal High 
School, and Univ., Edinburgh ; 
Balliol 1903-7 (A.W.P.C, F. de P., 
J.L.S.D.) ; CI. and Jenkyns Ex. ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1905 ; ist Lit, 
Hum., and B.A., 1907 ; M.A, 
19 10. Lecturer in Edinburgh 
Univ. 1 907-1 1 ; Fellow of St. 
John's 1909- ; Lecturer in Liver- 
pool Univ. 191 1-. Club : Uni- 
versity (Liverpool). Address : 
5 Hatton Place, Edinbiurgh. 

Hankey, Clement Theodore Alers : 
b. Sept. 15, 1875 ; s. of R. A. 
Hankey, of Brighton ; m. June 30, 
1907, Amabell Julia Bush. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
1894-8 (W.H.F., A.L.S.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1896 ; 3rd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1898 ; Rugby XV. 
Member London Stock Exchange ; 
2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Royal Sussex 
Regiment. Clubs : Oxford and 
Cambridge Musical, United Uni- 
versities. Address : Templecrone, 
East Grinstead. 

*Hannah, Very Rev. John Julius : 
b. 1844 ; s. of Ven. Archdeacon 
Hannah ; m. 1874, Annie Bar- 
bara (d. 1907), d. of William 
Thomson, J.P., D.L., of Bal- 
gowan, Perthshire. Issue : three 
sons, two daughters. Educ. 
Trinity Coll., Glenalmond ; Bal- 
liol 1862-6 (B.J.) ; 4th Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1866; M.A. 1869; 
B.D. and D.D. 1909. Cuddesdon 
Coll. 1867 ; ordained d. 1867, 
p. 1869 ; Curate of Brill 1867-70 ; 
Paddington 1870-1 ; Brighton 
1871-4 ; Vicar of St. Nicholas, 
Brighton, 1874-88 ; Chairman, 
Brighton and Preston School 
Board, 1887-1901 ; Vicar and 
Rector of Brighton and Rector 
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Rural Dean of Lewes, Div. V, 
1889-1901 ; Proctor in Convoca- 
tion, Archdeaconry of Lewes, 
1 895-1902 ; Prebendary 1887- 
1902, Dean 1902-, Chichester ; 
V.D. 1904. Recreations : Riding, 
travel, farming. Club : Authors'. 
Addresses : The Deanery, Chiches- 
ter ; Philpotts, East Grinstead. 

Hannay, Alexander Howard : b. 
Dec. 22, 1889 ; s. of A. A. Hannay, 
of London. Educ. Winchester ; 
Balliol 190&-11 (A.L.S., A.D.L.) ; 
3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1911. 
Address : 34 Avenue Road, St. 
John's Wood, London, N.W. 

Hanson, Philip Herbert : b. Sept. 
18, 1 871 ; s. of C. Hanson, 
Journalist. Educ. High School, 
and Univ., Edinburgh ; Balliol 
1890-4 (F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; 
Domus Ex. ; ist CI. Mods., and 
Gaisford Prose Prize, 1892 ; ist 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1894. 
Union and Arnold Socs. War 
Office 1895 ; Private Sec. to Rt. 
Hon. George Wyndham in Ireland 
J900-3, and at War Office 1908 ; 
Commissioner of Public Works 
in Ireland 1903-. Clubs : Royal 
Societies; Kildare Street, and 
University (Dublin). Address : 
28 Clare Street, Dublin. 

*Harcourt, Augustus George Vernon : 
b. Dec. 24, 1834 ; s. of Admiral 
F. E. Vernon Harcourt ; m. 1872, 
Rachel Mar>', d. of H. A. Bruce, 
M.P. (afterwards Lord Aberdare), 
Home Sec. Issue : two sons, eight 
daughters. Educ. Cheam ; Harrow ; 
Balliol 1854-9 (W.C.L., E.C.W., 
E.P., J.R., H.W., H.J.S.S.); 
1st Nat. Sci., and B.A., 1858 ; 
M.A. 1861 ; Hon. D.Sc. 1908 ; 
Cricket XI ; Torpid. Student, 
and Lee's Reader in Chemistry, 
1859, Tutor 1864-1902, Christ 
Church ; formerly General Sec. 
of British Assoc, and Pres. of 
Chemical Soc. ; Metropolitan Gas 
Referee 1872 ; member of Home 
Office Committee on Health of 
Workers in Potteries 1908-10 ; 
principally engaged in chemical 
research ; F.R.S. ; D.C.L., Dur- 
ham ; LL.D., McGill Univ., Mon- 



treal. Publications : Rate of 
Chemical Change; Standard of 
Light ; Chloroform Inhaler ; com- 
munications to British Assoc., 
Royal and Chemical Socs., &c. ; 
joint author Exercises in Practical 
Chemistry. Club : Athenaeum. 
Address : St. Clare, Ryde, Isle of 
Wight. 

*Hardie, William Ross : b. 1862 ; 
s. of W. P. Hardie, of Edinburgh ; 
m. Isabella Watt, d. of Rev. 
W. Stevenson. Educ. Edinburgh 
Univ. ; Balliol 1880-4 ', Sch. ; 
1st CI. Mods. i88i ; Hertford 
and Ireland Schs., and Gaisford 
Verse and Prose Prizes, 1882 ; 
Latin Verse Prize 1883 ; 1st Lit. 
Hum., Craven Sch., and B.A., 
1884 ; Derby Sch. 1885 ; M.A. 
1887 ; Fellow of Balliol 1884-95 ; 
CI. Moderator 1891, 2, 5 ; Junior 
Proctor 1893-4. Prof, of Hu- 
manity, Edinburgh Univ., 1895- ; 
Hon. LL.D., St. Andrews. Publi- 
cations : Lectures on Classical 
Subjects, 1903 ; Latin Prose Com- 
position, 1908 ; Silvulae Acade- 
micae, 1912. Clubs : Scottish 
Arts, Hon. Company of Edinburgh 
Golfers. Address : 4 Chalmers 
Crescent, Edinbiurgh. 

Harding, Herbert Olive Denman : 
b. Feb. 24, 1865 ; s. of Rev. John 
Harding, D.D., of Ayott St. Law- 
rence, Herts. ; m. Dec. 16, 1891, 
Sophia Louisa, d. of Col. H. W. H. 
Cox. Issue : five children. Educ. 
St. John's, Leatherhead ; Forest 
School, Walthamstow ; Balliol 
1884-6 (W.M.) ; Torpid (2). I.C.S., 
Madras ; Assist. Magistrate and 
Collector 1886 ; Head Assist. Col- 
lector 1893 ; Special Assist. 1894 ; 
Acting District and Sessions Judge 
1897 ; Acting Collector and Dis- 
trict Magistrate 1898; District 
and Sessions Judge 1903-. Clubs : 
Union, Westward Ho, Royal North 
Devon Golf, Madras, Ootacamund. 
Address : Trichinopoly, Madras, 
India. 

*Hardinge, Sir Arthur Henry : b. 
Oct. 12, 1859 ; s. of General the 
Hon. Sir A. E. Hardinge, K.C.B. ; 
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d. of Major-Gen. Sir Arthur Ellis, 
G.C.V.O. Issue : three children. 
Educ. Eton; Balliol 1877-80 
(F. de P., A.L.S.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1879; LothianPrize, and ist Mod. 
Hist., 1880 ; B.A. 1881 ; M.A. 
1884. Union (Sec. 1879) and 
Dervorguilla (Sec.) Socs. Clerk in 
Foreign Of5ce i88o ; Fellow of 
All Souls 1881 ; 3rd Sec. at Madrid 
1883 ; precis writer to Marquess of 
Salisbury 1885-6 ; Sec. to Su: R. 
Morier 1886, and Charg6 d' Affaires 
1887-8, St. Petersburg; trans- 
ferred to Constantinople 1888 ; 
Charge d' Affaires at Bucharest 
1890 ; accompanied H.LH. the 
Czarewitch to India 1890-1 ; 
Acting Agent and Consul-General, 
Cairo, 1891, 2, 3 ; Agent and 
Consul-General, British East Africa 
Protectorate, 1894; Arab Rebellion 
and Uganda Mutiny (East Africa 
and Uganda, with clasp. Medals) 
1895-7; Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary and Con- 
sul-General, Persia, 1900 ; attended 
Shah on visit to England 1902 ; ac- 
companied Viceroy of India in 
Persian Gulf tour 1903 ; transferred 
to Brussels 1906 ; Sen. British 
Plenipotentiary, African Liquor 
Conference, Brussels, 1906 ; Anno 
Conference 1908-9; Sen. Delegate, 
[Eastern Congo Frontier Conference, 
1910; Minister to Portugal 1911- 
13 ; Ambassador at Madrid 1913- ; 
C.B. 1895; K.C.M.G. 1897; K.C.B. 
1904 ; G.C.M.G. 1910 ; P.C. 
1913 ; Jubilee Medal 1887, and 
clasp 1897 ; Coronation Medal 
1902. Clubs : Travellers', Marl- 
borough, St. James's. Addresses : 
British Embassy, Madrid ; Bar- 
row House, Oakham, Rutland. 
Hardinge, William Money : b. 
May 27, 1854 ; s. of Henry Har- 
dinge, M.D., of London. Educ. 
Westminster ; Private ; Balliol 
1873-6 (E.A., R.L.N.,T.C.,T.H.G., 
J.L.S.D., B.J.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1874 ; Newdigate Prize (Troy) 
1876 ; B.A. 1914. Union Soc. 
Publications : Clifford Gray ; Out 
of the Fog ; Eugenia (3 vols.) ; 
The Willow Garth (2 vols.) ; 



Chrysanthema ; various poems, 
translations, and contributions to 
magazines. Recreations : Music, 
cycUng, study of French and 
Greek. Clubs : Cocoa Tree, Ox- 
ford and Cambridge Musical, 
Royal Torbay Yacht. Addresses : 
5 Montpelier Terrace, Knights- 
bridge, London, S.W. ; Windle- 
stone, Bray, Berks. 
Hardy, Hugo James : b. Aug. n, 
1877 ; s. of James Hardy, of Ber- 
lin. Educ. Royal Wilhelms-Gym- 
nasium, Berlin ; Balliol 1895-6 
(A.L.S.) . Doctor of Law, Heidel- 
berg, 1900 ; German Colonial Ser- 
vice ; District Commissioner, Ger- 
man E. Africa, 1906-8 ; Clerk in 
German Imperial Colonial Office 
1908 ; Private Sec. to Sec. of 
State for the Colonies 1911-. 
Club : Berlin. Address : 3 Pariser- 

Slatz, Berlin, Germany. 
ardy. Sir Reginald, 2nd Bart. : 
b. Sept. 15, 1848 ; s. of Sir John 
Hardy, ist Bart. ; tn. April 29, 
1876, Lucy Marion, d. of Capt. 
J. N. Gladstone, R.N. Issue : 
three sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1866-70 (E.P.) ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1868; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
1870 ; B.A. 1871 ; M.A. 1874. 
Union Soc. Barrister, I.T., 1873 ; 
late Colonel Commanding Staffs. 
I.Y. ; High Sheriff 1893, Assist. 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions 
1895- Vice-Chairman County 
Coimcil 1901-, member of Terri- 
torial Assoc, Staffs. ; D.L. ; J. P. 
Publication : History of Tatenhill. 
Recreations : Hunting, shooting. 
Clubs : Carlton, Junior Carlton. 
Addresses : Dunstall Hall, Burton- 
on-Trent ; 30 Grosvenor Square, 
London, W. 

♦Harford, Rev. Canon George : for- 
merly Battersby ; b. i860 ; s. of 
Rev. T. D. Harford Battersby, 
Vicar of St. John's, Keswick, and 
Hon. Canon of Carlisle ; m. 1889, 
Helen Antoinette, d. of Col. E. C. 
Impey, CLE. Issue : two sons, 
three daughters. Educ. Harbome 
Vicarage ; Repton ; Balliol 1879- 
84 (W.H.F., T.K.C., J.W.R., 
W. H. Fremantle) ; Minor. Ex. ; 



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ist Math. Mods. 1880 ; 2nd Math. 
1881 ; Busby Prize, and B.A., 
1882 ; ist Theol. 1884 ; M.A. 
1886; original member O.U. 
. Skating Club ; Torpid (2) . Braken- 
bury Soc. Ordained d. 1885, p. 
1886 ; Curate of All Saints, South 
Lambeth, 1885-7 ; Rector of Mid- 
dle with East Claydon 1888-97; 
Vicar of Mossley Hill 1897- ; Hon. 
Librarian, Liverpool Diocesan 
Church House Library ; Diocesan 
Warden of Central Soc. of Sacred 
Study ; Chairmaui of Executive, 
and Lecturer, Liverpool Board of 
Biblical Studies ; Hon, Canon of 
Liverpool 1906. Publications : Ar- 
ticles on ' Exodus ', ' Leviticus ', and 
'Numbers' in Hastings's Diction- 
ary of the Bible : Church Congress 
Manual, 1905 ; Church Song and 
Prayer (with tunes), 2nded., 1909; 
Synoptic Tables, 1910 ; The Gospel 
according to St. Paul (a paraphrase 
of Romans), 191 3 ; joint editor of 
Canon Harford Battersby and the 
Keswick Convention, 1888 ; The 
Hexateuch according to the Revised 
Version (2 vols.), 1900 ; 2nd ed. of 
vol. i of ditto as The Composition 
of the Hexateuch, igo2 ; The Prayer 
Book Dictionary, 1912. Address : 
Mossley Hill Vicarage, Liverpool. 
♦Harrington, Rev. Walter : b. May 
23, 1848 ; s. of Isaac Harrington, 
of Wickham Bishops, Essex ; m. 
1887, Charlotte, d. of Thomas 
Davidson, of Felton, Northumber- 
land. Educ. British School, Wit- 
ham ; Private ; Non-Coil. 1875 ; 
New-Inn-Hall 1883 ; Balliol 1887 ; 
4th Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1879 ; 
M.A. 1885 ; B.C.L. 1895. Private 
Tutor 1879-80 ; CI. Master, Car- 
shalton House School, Surrey, 
1881-2; ist Class in Prel. Theol. 
Exam. Ordained d. 1883, p. 1884 ; 
Curate of Greasley 1883-5 ; Ack- 
lington 1886-7 ; Leasingham, and 
Chapl. to Bishop of Nottingham, 
1887-94 ; Warborough 1894-6 ; 
Sutton Courtney 1896-7 ; Vicar 
of Cranwell 1897- ; Clerical Sec. 
for R.D. Conference of N. Lafford, 
Lines. ; Sec. of Sleaford Branch of 
Lincoln Dio. Board of Education ; 



Local Sec. of S.P.G. for Deanery 
of N. Lafford. Recreations : Cycling, 
gardening, wood-carving. Address : 
Cranwell Vicarage, Sleaford, Lines. 

Harriott, George Robert : b. 1839 ; 
s. of T. G. Harriott, of Twicken- 
ham. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1857-61 . 

Harris, Sir Charles : b. March 2, 
1864 ; s. of John Harris, of Ivy- 
bridge, Devon ; m. 1891, Lisbeth, 
d. of Ferd. Schiller, of Calcutta. 
Issue : two sons, one daughter. 
Educ. Bradford Gr. School (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1882-6 (W.H.F., J.W.R.) ; 
Math. Sch.[; ist Math. Mods. 1883 ; 
ist Math. 1886; B.A. 1889; 
Eight (cox.) ; Torpid, ist in open 
competition Home Civil Service 
1886 ; Clerk in War Office 1887 ; 
Assist. Financial Secretary (Per- 
manent Head of Army Finance 
Department) 1908- ; C.B. 191 1 ; 
K.C.B. 1913. Address : War 
Office, Whitehall, London, S.W. 

Harris, Charles Henry: b. 1857; 
s. of Thomas Harris, of Taunton. 
Educ. Sherborne ; Balliol 1877-81 
(R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1879; 
B.A. 1881. Barrister, G.I., 1886. 
Address : 6 North Street, Taunton. 

♦Harris, Rev. Percy Charles : b. 
1859; s. of Thomas Harris, of 
Oxford. Educ. Cathedral School, 
Oxford; Non-Coil. 1876; New- 
Inn-Hall 1883; BalUol 1887; 
B.A. 1879; M.A., and B.C.L., 1883. 
LL.B., and LL.D., Trinity Coll., 
Dublin, 1891. Ordained d. 1887, 
p. 1890 ; Assist. Master and 
Chapl., Dorset Co. School, 1887 ; 
Head Master, Kinver Gr. School, 
1887-92 ; United Service Coll., 
Westward Ho, 1894-9 ; Vicar 
of Tresmere 1900-6 ; Rector 
of Staplegrove 1906-, Address : 
Staplegrove Rectory, Taunton. 

Harrison, Bernard Oliver : b. Nov. 
28, 1871 ; s. of Frederic Harrison, 
of London. Educ. St. Paul's 
School (Ex.) ; Balliol 1889-90 
(W.H.F.). Winner of school prize 
for oil painting ; studied painting 
in Paris and Vienna 1890- ; regu- 
lar exhibitor at Salon des Beaux- 
Arts, and his own studios, Paris, 
Grosvenor, New, Baillie, and Fine 



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Art Galleries, London ; Associate, 
Soci6t6 Nationale des Beaux-Arts ; 
member, Soci6t6 de Cimaise, Paris. 
Club : Athenaeum. Address : 89 
Rue de Vaugiiard, Paris. 

HanlsoD, Cuthbert Woodville : b. 
Jan 23, 1874 ; s. of Cuthbert Har- 
rison, of Liverpool ; m. 1909, 

. Mabel, d. of George Young, of Sea- 
bam Harbour. Educ. Sherborne ; 
Clifton; BalUol 1892-6 (W.H.F., 
A.L.S., J.A.S.); 3rd CI. Mods. 
1894 ; Torpid (2) (cox.). Malay 
Civil Service 1897-. Publication : 
Editor of Illustrated Guide to Feder- 
ated Malay States, 19 10. Recrea- 
tions : Hunting, shooting, fishing, 
golf. Address : Malay Civil Ser- 
vice, Federated Malay States. 

Harrison, Francis Capel : 6. June 21, 
1863 ; s. of E. F. Harrison, C.S.I. 
Educ. Rugby; Balliol 1882-4. 
I.C.S. 1884 ; Assist. Magistrate 
and Collector, Bengal ; Assist. 
Accountant-General, Madras, 1889 ; 
Deputy ditto, Bengal, 1890 ; Offi- 
ciating Under-Sec, Financial De- 
partment, Government of India, 
1892 ; Accountant-General, Ma- 
dras, 1897 ; ditto N.W. Provinces 
and Oudh, 1899 ; ditto, Bombay, 
1904 ; Comptroller and Auditor- 
General 1908 ; C.S.I. 1909 ; re- 
tired 1 9 1 1 . Publications : Articles 
and memoranda on Ciunrency in 
Economic Journal. Clubs : Savile, 
Wellington, Burlington Fine Arts. 
Address : 6 Charles Street, Berke- 
ley Square, London, W. 

Harrison, Henry : b. Dec 17, 1867 ; 
s. of Herury Harrison, of Ardkeen, 
Co. Down ; m. Jan. 12, 1895, 
Male, d. of J. C. Byrne, of New 
York. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Westminster (Queen's Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1887-9 (F. de P., R.L.N.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1888 ; Cricket and 
Assoc. XI's. M.P. Mid Tipperary 
1890-2. Clubs : Sackville Street 
and Stephen's Green, Dublin. 
Address : Sackville St. Club, 
Dublin. 

*Hart, Henry D'Arcy : b. March 12, 

1866 ; s. of J. L. Hart, of London ; 
m. April 12, 1893, Hon. Ethel, d. 
of Rt. Hon. Lord Swaythling, ist 



Baron. Issue : three sons, two 
daughters. Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 
1884-8 (F. de P., W. H.F., R.L.N.); 
2nd CI. Mods. 1886 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1888 ; M.A. 1891. 
Barrister, L.I., 1891 ; Artist ; 
Exhibitor at Royal Academy, i&c. 
Address : 18 Pembridge Gardens, 
London, West. 

•Hartley, Harold Brewer : b. Sept. 
3, 1878 ; s. of H. T. Hartley, of 
North Stoke ; m. 1906, Gertrude 
Mary Forster, d. of A. L. Smith, 
Jowett Fellow of Balliol. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Dulwich ; Balliol 1897-1901 (J.C, 
D.H.N.) ; Brakenbury Nat. Sci. 
Sch. ; ist Nat. Sci. (Chem.) 1900 ; 
B.A. 1901 ; M.A. 1904. Union 
and Arnold Socs. Fellow, Science 
Tutor, and Bedford Lecturer in 
Physical Chemistry, 1901-, Junior 
Bursar 191 2-, Balliol ; Visitor of 
the Ashmolean Museum of Art 
and Archaeology ; Delegate for 
Examination of Schools. Address : 
7 St. Cross Road, Oxford. 

Hartog, David Henry : b. May 8, 
1891 ; s. of J. H. Hartog, of Lon- 
don. Educ. Dulwich ; Balliol 
1910- (A.W.P.C, C.B., A.D.L.) ; 
CI. Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1912. 
Capt. of Univ. Match Rifle team ; 
winner of Prince of Wales's Badge 
and Foxcroft-Jones Cup ; repre- 
sented Univ. V. Cambridge in 
Chancellor's Plate, Humphry Cup, 
Snap and Revolver Shooting, and 
M.R. Address : 58 Heme Hill, 
London, S.E. 

Harvey, John Wilfred : b. Feb. 16, 
1889 ; s. of William Harvey, of 
Leeds. Educ. Bootham School, 
York; Rugby; Balliol 1 907-11 
(C.B., A.D.L.) ; CI. Ex. ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1909 ; ist Lit. Hmn., 
and B.A., 1911. Lecturer in 
Philosophy, Birmingham Univ., 
19 1 2-. Address : The Grove, 
Roundhay, Leeds. 

Harvey, Percy Charles : b. 1843 ; 
s. of Rev. W. W. Harvey, of Truro. 
Educ. Sherborne ; Balliol 1861-2 ; 
Postmaster of Merton 1862-6 ; 
2nd Math. Mods. 1863; B.A. 
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•Harvey, WilUam Fryer : b. April 
14, 1885 ; s. of William Harvey, 
of Leeds. Educ. Bootham School, 
York ; Leighton Park, Reading ; 
Balliol 1903-8 (H.B.H.) ; 2nd Nat. 
Sci. (Phys.), and B.A., 1907; M.A. 
1 9 10, Studied medicine at Leeds 
Medical School and General In- 
firmary ; Sec. of Fircroft Working- 
men's Coll., Boumville. Publica- 
tion : Midnight House, and other 
Tales, 1910. Address : The Grove, 
Roimdhay, Leeds. 

Harward, Alfred Edgar : b. 1865 ; 
s. of Arthur Harward, of Wirks- 
worth, Derby. Educ. Rossall ; 
Balliol 1883-5 (W.M.). I.C.S. ; 
Assist. Magistrate and Collector, 
Bengal, 1885 ; Joint Magistrate and 
Deputy Collector 1892 and 1901 ; 
Assist. Commissioner, Assam, 1894 ; 
District and Sessions Judge 1896 
and 1903-7; transferred to Bengal 
1898 ; retired 1911. Address : c/o 
India Of&ce, Whitehall, London, 
S.W. 

Harwood, Henry Cecil : b. Oct. 
21, 1893 ; s. of Henry Harwood, 
of Weston - super - Mare. Educ. 
Shrewsbury ; Balliol 1912- (A.L.S., 
N.S.T., A.J.T.) ; Williams Ex. 
Union and Arnold Socs. Address : 
Hadleigh, Ashcombe Gardens, 
Weston-super-Mare. 

Hassan, Mirza Seyed, Own-ul- 
Mulk : b. 1864 ; s. of Mirza Seyed 
Mohamed Khan, Own-ul-Mulk ; 
m. 1884, Marriam Begum, d. of 
Seyed Abdullah. Issue : two 
sons. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
1880-2 (E.A., A.L.S.). Union and 
Arnold Socs. Student, M.T., 
1884 ; joined Persian Foreign 
Ofi&ce as Dragoman and in charge 
of English Department ; Chief 
Interpreter, Imperial (State) Bank 
of Persia, 1892. Address : Teheran, 
Persia. 

Hassanein, Ahmed Mohammed : 
b. Oct. 31, 1889 ; s. of C. M. A. 
Hassanein, of Cairo. Educ. 
Khediviah and Khedivial School 
of Law, Cairo ; Balliol 1910- 
(F.F.U., N.S.T., A.L.S.); repre- 
sented Univ. in Fencing v. Cam- 
bridge 191 1, 12, 13. Union and 



Brakenbury Socs. A ddress : Ko- 
souret el Shawam, Cairo, Egypt. 

Hatch, George Washington : b. 
April 26, 1872 ; s. of Henry Hatch, 
of London ; m. April 17, 1908, 
Jessie, d. of Henry Harrison. 
Issue : one son. Educ. St. Paul's 
(Sch.); Balliol 1891-3 (W.M.). 
I.C.S., Bombay ; Assist. Collector 
and Magistrate 1893 ; Acting 
Under-Sec, Revenue and Financial 
Departments, 1899 ; 2nd Assist. 
1900 ; ist ditto 1904 ; Jun. 
Collector 1909 ; Collector and 
District Magistrate of Sholapur. 
Clubs : East India United Service ; 
BycuUa, and Yacht (Bombay). 
Addresses : c/o H. S. King & Co., 
9 Pall Mall, London, S.W. ; King, 
King & Co., Bombay, India. 

"^Hatton, Ronald George : b. JvUy 
6, 1886 ; s. of Ernest Hatton, of 
the Inner Temple, London. Educ. 
Exeter School ; Balliol 1906-10 
(A.L.S., E.J.P., H.W.C.D.) ; 4th 
Mod. Hist. 1910 ; B.A. 1912 ; 
M.A. 1913. On Staff, Fruit Dept., 
S.E. Agricultural Coll., Wye, 
1913- Publication : Folk of the 
Furrow, 191 3. Address : Mill 
House, Hothfield, Kent. 

"^Haversham, 1st Baron, Rt. Hon. 
Sir Arthur Divett Hayter, 2nd 
Bart. : b. Aug. 19, 1835 ; s. of 
Rt. Hon. Sir W. Goodenough 
Hayter, ist Bart., M.P. ; tn. 
Nov. 1866, Henrietta, d. of A. J. 
Hope. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1853-4 (E.C.W.) ; Brasenose (Sch.) 
1854 ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1855 ; 4th Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1857 ; M.A. 1859 ; 
won Balliol 100 Ycirds 1854. 
Grenadier Guards 1856-66 ; M.P. 
(L.) Wells 1865-8, Bath 1873-85, 
Walsall 1893-5 and 1900-6 ; Lord 
of the Treasury 1880-2 ; Financial 
Sec. at War Ofi&ce 1882-5 l Chair- 
man Public Accounts Committee 
1901-5 ; member Executive of 
Royal Patriotic Fund 1 885-1 900 ; 
P.C. 1894 ; Baron 1906 ; J. P. ; 
D.L. Publications : Essays on 
Production : various articles in 
reviews. Recreations : Cricket, 
shooting. Clubs : Brooks's, Tra- 
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Liberal. Addresses : 9 Grosvenor 
Square ; South Hill Park, Brack- 
nell ; Tintagel, Camelford. 
*Hawkins, Anthony Hope : b. 
Feb. 9, 1863 ; s. of Rev. E. C. 
Hawkins, Vicar of St. Bride's, 
Fleet St., London, E.G. ; m. 
July I, 1903, Elizabeth Somer- 
ville, d. of C. H. Sheldon, of New 
York. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Marlborough 
(Foundation, Jun., and Sen. Schs.) ; 
Balliol 1881-6 (F. de P., E.A., 
W.H.F., R.L.N., J.L.S.D.) ; CI. 
Sch. and Jenkyns Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1882 ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1885 ; M.A. 1889 ; Rugby 
XV. Union (Pres. 1886), Dervor- 
guilla, Brakenbury, and Carlyle 
Socs. Barrister, M.T., 1887; 
practised in London and on Midland 
Circuit till 1894 ; began writing 
novels 1889. Publications : A 
Man of Mark ; The Prisoner of 
Zenda ; Dolly Dialogues ; The 
God in the Car ; The King's Mir- 
ror ; Quisante ; Double Harness ; 
Rupert of Hentzau ; Tristram of 
Blent ; The Intrusions of Peggy ; 
A Servant of the Public ; Sophy of 
Kravonia ; Tales of Two People, 
1907 ; The Great Miss Driver, 
1908 ; Second String, 1910 ; Mrs. 
Maxon Protests, 191 1 ; plays. 
The Adventure of Lady Ursula ; 
Pilkerton's Peerage, &c. Clubs : 
Athenaeum, Reform, Garrick. 
Address : 41 Bedford Square, 
London, W.C. 

Hay, John Yalden : b. Jan. 3, 
1850; s. of Col. W. F. Hay, 
H.E.I.C.S., and R.A. ; m. Aug. 9, 
1883, Margaret L., d. of J. B. 
Alston. Issue : three sons, two 
daughters. Educ. Wellington ; 
Balliol 1868-72 (B.J., E.P.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1870 ; 3rd Law and 
Hist., and B.A., 1872 ; M.A. 
1878 ; Eight. Solicitor ; member 
of Beachcroft, Thompson & Co., 
1885-. Addresses : 9 Theobald's 
Road, Gray's Inn, London, W.C. ; 
Warley, Bromley, Kent. 

*Hayes, Edward Harold : b. May 
24, 1854 ; s. of Rev. William 
Hayes, Vicar of Stockton Heath ; 



m. July 19, 1887, Isabelle, d, of 
T. M. Marriott, Solicitor, Milford 
and London. Educ. Eton ; Bal- 
liol 1873-8 (H.J.S.S., J.W.R.); 
granted leave in 1875 to wear a 
Scholar's gown ; Jim. Math. Sch., 
and ist Math. Mods., 1875 ; ist 
Math. 1877 ; ist Nat. Sci. 
(Physics), and B.A., 1878 ; M.A. 
1880. Fellow and Lecturer 1878-, 
Tutor 1886-, New College; Nat. 
Sci. Exam. 1883, 4, 5, 99, 1900; 
Math. Moderator 1888, 9, 96 ; 
Math. Exam. 1893, 4, 5, 7. Ad- 
dress : 5 Rawlinson Road, Oxford. 

Hayhurs^-France, Atherton Henry : 
b. Feb. 14, 1894 ; s. of Capt. G. E. 
Hayhurst-France, of Istym Col- 
w)^, Montgomery. Educ. Win- 
chester; Balliol 1912- (J.W.R.). 
Address : Istym Colwjm, Mont- 
gomeryshire. 

*Haynes, Edmund Sidney Pollock : 
b. Sept. 26, 1877; s. of E. C. 
Haynes, Solicitor ; m. 1905, 
Oriana Huxley Waller. Issue : 
three daughters. Educ. Eton 
(Sch.) ; BalUol 1896-9 (A.L.S., 
W.H.F.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; 2nd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1899 ; M.A. 
1903. Union, Brakenbury, and 
Arnold Socs. Solicitor; member 
of Hunter & Ha5mes, Lincoln's 
Inn ; member Rationalist Press 
Assoc. ; Chairman of Divorce Law 
Reform Union ; Foimder of Hall 
Prize, Balliol, 1911. Publications : 
Standards of Taste in Art, 1904 ; 
Religious Persecution, a Study in 
Political Psychology, 1904 (popular 
edition 1906) ; Early Victorian and 
other Papers, 1908 ; Divorce Pro- 
blems of To-day, 1910 ; Modern 
Morality and Modern Toleration, 
1912 ; The Belief in Personal Im- 
mortality, 1913 ; A Study in 
Bereavement, a comedy in one Act, 
1914 ; various articles on the 
anomalies of marriage laws at 
home and abroad. Recreations : 
Walking, swimming, sculling, 
travelling, music, divorce law 
reform, and occasional journalism. 
Clubs : Athenaeiun, Savile, Ox- 
ford and Cambridge Musical, 
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John's Wood Park, London, N.W.; 
9 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, 
London, W.C. 
HayneS) Rev. Everard Joseph : b. 

May 4, 1869 ; s. of Rev. E. J. 
Haynes, Rector of Catwick ; m. 
Sept. 29, 1895, Anna Elizabeth, 
d. of W. Weir, of London. Issue : 
two children. Educ. Private ; 
Balliol 1888-92 (E.A., R.L.N., 
W.R.H., F. de P., A.L.S.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1890 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1892 ; M.A. 1896 ; 
B.D. 1900 ; D.D. 1905. Union 
Soc. Ordained d. 1894, p. 1895 ; 
Assist. Curate St. George's, Han- 
over Square, 1894-1902 and 1908- 
12 ; St. Alban's, Acton Green, 
1906-8 ; Vicar of Shudy Camps 
1902-6 ; Vicar of St. Mary's, 
Paddington, 191 2- Address : The 
Vicarage, St. Mary's Terrace, Pad- 
dington, London, W. 

Hayter, Sir Arthur Divett, 2nd Bart. : 
see Haversham, Baron. 

Head, Harry Francis : b. 1864 ; 
s. of C. H. Head, of Bedford. 
Educ. Bedford Gr. School ; Bal- 
liol 1882-4 (W.M.). Director of 
Ordnance and Conmiander of 
Permanent Field Force, New Zea- 
land. Address : Director of 
Ordnance and Commander of 
Permanent Field Force, New 
Zealand. 

Headlam, Geoffrey Wyclifle : b. 
Sept. 8, 1879 ; s. of F. J. Head- 
lam. Educ. Eton (King's Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1898-1902 (A.W.P.C, 
A.L.S.) ; Brakenbury Hist. Sch. ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1900 ; ist Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1902 ; Cricket XI 
(Capt.). Dervorguilla Soc. (Pres.). 
Assist. Master, Eton, 1904-. Club : 
Union. Address : Eton College, 
Windsor. 

Heard, William Theodore : b. Feb. 
24, 1884 ; s. of Rev. Dr. Heard, 
Head Master of Fettes Coll. 
Educ. Fettes ; Balliol 1903-7 
(A.W.P.C, E.H.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1905) ; 2nd Jur., and B.A., 1907 ; 
Univ. 1907, and Coll. (Capt.) 
Eights. Solicitor ; studying for 
Roman Catholic priesthood 1913. 
Clubs : New University, Leander. 



Addresses : New University Club, 
St. James's St., London, S.W. ; 
The English College, Rome, Italy. 

Heathcote, Walter John : b. Sept. 
23, 1870 ; s. of C. G. Heathcote, 
Barrister - at - law. Stipendiary 
Magistrate of Brighton 1884-1902. 
Educ. Eton ; Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge ; Balliol 1894-6 (W.M.). 
Union and Dervorguilla Socs. Con- 
sular Assist., Salonica, 1896-9 ; 
Vice-Consul, Beirut, 1899-1903, 
Bitlis 1 903-5, Philippopolis 1906-7 ; 
Consul, Monastir, 1907^-9 ; Direc- 
tor of Basset Bolt and Nut Co., 
Hondeng, Belgium, 191 1-. Clubs : 
St. James's, Union. Addresses : 
2 Park Row, Knightsbridge, Lon- 
don, S.W. ; Kilmeston Manor, 
Alresford, Hants. 

Heather, Henry James Shedlock : 
b. May 9, 1863 ; s. of James 
Heather, of London ; m. April i, 
1894, Ethel Kate, d. of Wilberforce 
Wilson, Surveyor-Gen. of Hong 
Kong, and widow of H. C. Wood. 
Educ. St. Paul's School (Sch.) 
Balliol 1882-6 (F. de P., J.W.R.) 
Math. Sch. ; 2nd Math. Mods 
1883 ; 2nd Math. 1886 ; B.A 
1888 ; Eight. Union and Dervor- 
guilla Socs. Electrical Engineer, 
engaged in Transvaal almost con 
tinuously since 1894 ; has con 
verted a large proportion of gold 
mines on the Witwatersrand to 
electrical power ; Member Institu- 
tion of Civil Engineers, Institution 
of Electrical Engineers, American 
Institute of Electric Engineers ; 
formerly External Examiner, and 
now Prof., in Electro-technics to 
S. African School of Mines and 
Univ. of Cape of Good Hope. 
Publications : Electrical Engineer- 
ing for Mining and Mechanical 
Engineers ; various articles to 
societies and journals. Clubs : 
Royal Societies ; Rand (Johannes- 
burg). Address : P.O. Box 11 76, 
Johannesburg, Transvaal, S.Africa. 

■^Heberden, Charles Buller : b. Dec. 
14, 1849 ; s. of Rev. WilUam 
Heberden, Fellow of Exeter Coll. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1868-71 
(E.C.W., T.H.G.) ; Ex. ; ist CI. 



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Mods. 1869 ; 1st Lit. Hum. 1871 ; 
B.A. 1872 ; M.A. 1874 ; Hon. 
D.C.L. 1909. Fellow 1872, Vice- 
Principal 1883, Principal 1889-, 
Brasenose ; member of Heb- 
domadal Coxmcil 1 896-1 902 and 
1906- ; Pres. of Somerville Coll. 
1907-10 and 1913- ; Governor of 
Harrow School 1907-13 ; Vice- 
Chancellor 1910-13, Pro ditto 
1 91 3-, Oxford ; Fellow of Win- 
Chester Coll. 1914-. Hon. LL.D., 
St. Andrews. Publication : Editor 
of Brasenose College Register (2 
vols.), 1909. Clubs : Oxford and 
Cambridge, Alpine. Address : 
Brasenose College, Oxford. 

Hecht, Hans : b. July 16, 1876 ; s. 
of FeUx Hecht, LL.D., P.C, 
of Mannheim. Educ. Mannheim 
Gymnasium; Balliol 1894-5 
(A.L.S.). Union Soc. Studied at 
Heidelberg and Berlin Univs. ; 
Ph.D., Berlin 1900 ; Lecturer in 
Berne Univ. 1905 ; Extraordinary 
Prof. 1908, Prof, of English Philo- 
logy 191 1-, Basel Univ. Publica- 
tions : Bischof Werferth's von Wor- 
cester Angelsdchsische Uebersetzung 
der Dialoge Gregors des Grossen, 
vol. i, 1900, ii, 1907 ; Songs from 
David Herd's Manuscripts, 1904 ; 
Thomas Percy und William Shen- 
stone, 1909 ; translated Pater's 
Plato and Platonism, 1904 ; editor 
of Bibliothek der angelsdchsischen 
Prosa. Recreation : Riding. A d- 
dress : 96 Hebelstrasse, Basel, 
Switzerland. 

*Hedley, Basil : b. Jan. 18&3 ; s. of 
Rev. W. Hedley, formerly Fellow 
of University Coll., and Rector of 
Beckley, Sussex ; m. June 1908, 
Margaret, d. of Alexander Jackson, 
F.R.C.P., Edinburgh. Educ. Clif- 
ton ; Balliol 1882-6 (W.H.F., 
J.L.S.D.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1884 ; 
4th Lit. Hum. 1886 ; B.A. 1887 ; 
M.A. 1891. Union Soc. Assist. 
Master, Giggleswick, 1887-93 ; 
Agent to Shaw and Sandleford Es- 
tates, near Newbury. Club : Junior 
Conservative. Address : Brimpton 
Lodge, Brimpton, Reading. 

Heinemann, John Walter : b. Oct. 
18, 1889 ; s. of VV. D. Heinemann, 



of London. Educ. Marlborough ; 
Balliol 1908-12 (C.B., H.M.W.); 
2nd CI. Mods. 1910 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1912 ; B.A. 1913 ; Univ. Trial, 
and Coll. (Capt.) Eights; Four 
(Henley). Address : 4 Ovington 
Gardens, London, S.W. 

Hely-Hutchinson, Maurice Robert : 
b. May 22, 1887 ; s. of Rt. Hon. 
Sir W. F. Hely-Hutchinson, 
G.C.M.G. Educ. Cheam ; Eton 
(King's Sch.) ; Balliol 1905-8 
(J.W.R., H.B.H.) ; Williams Ex. ; 
ist Math. Mods. 1906 ; 3rd Nat. 
Sci. (Phys.) 1908 ; Golf team. 
Dervorguilla Soc. Joined W. R. 
Grace & Co., Exporters and 
Importers, New York, 1908 ; 
Assist. Manager, Bond Depart- 
ment of Kountze Bros., Bankers, 
New York, 1910-12 ; joined 
Robert Fleming & Co., London, 
1912-. Addresses : Court Lodge, 
Shome, Gravesend ; c/o Robert 
Fleming & Co., 8 Crosby Square, 
London, E.C. 

Hemans, Herbert Nassau : b. Sept. 
29, 1871 ; s. of Henry Hemans, of 
London ; m. July 27, 1901, 
Elizabeth Ermina, d. of J. W. 
Dottridge. Educ. Dulwich Coll. ; 
on Continent ; Balliol 1890 (E.A.). 
Joined B.S.A. Police, Buluwayo, 
1898 ; accompanied Sir Charles 
Metcalfe's Railway Survey Ex- 
pedition North of Buluwayo 1898 ; 
served with Regiment in Boer War 
(Medal and two clasps) ; retired 
from Police with rank of Staff Ser- 
geant-Major 1901 ; Superintendent 
of Refugee Camp at Nerval's Pont 
1901-2 ; Law Agent, J. P., and 
Town Councillor, Jagersfontein ; 
trading and shooting in Rhodesia 
1905 ; entered Southern Rhodesia 
Civil Service 1907; passed Law 
1909, Native Languages 1910, 
examinations ; Assistant Native 
Commissioner 1908 ; Acting ditto 
(on relief) and Assist. Magistrate, 
Matabeleland, 1909-. Recreation : 
Big game shooting. Address : 
c/o Chief Native Commissioner, 
Salisbury, S. Rhodesia, S. Africa. 

Henderson, Andrew William : b. 
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Henderson, of Glasgow. Educ .Win- 
chester; Balliol 1913- (A.W.P.C). 
Brakenbury and Arnold Socs. 
Address: 4 Windsor Terrace West, 
Glasgow. 

Henderson, George Cockbum : b. 
May I, 1870 ; s. of Richard 
Henderson, of Pelusham, N.S.W. 
Educ. Fort Street Training Coll. 
(Sch.), and Univ. (Sch.), Sydney ; 
Balliol 1894-7 (A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 
Brakenbury Sch. ; and Mod. Hist. 
1897; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1901 ; 
Eight (Henley). Arnold Soc. 
(Vice-Pres.). Fraser History and 
King of Irrawang Schs., Gold 
Medallist in Philosophy, and B.A., 
Sydney Univ. ; Oxford Univ. 
Extension Lecturer 1897-9 and 
1 901 ; Acting Prof, of Hist. 1899- 
1900, ditto Philosophy 1900-1, 
Sydney Univ. ; Prof, of Hist., 
Adelaide Univ., 1902- ; Pres. of 
Historical and Geographical Sec- 
tion of Australasian Assoc, for 
Advancement of Science 1910-11. 
Publications : Biography of Sir 
George Grey, 1907 ; ' Colonial His- 
torical Research ' and ' Theory 
of Mutation in History' (Proceed- 
ings Australasian Assoc, 1910- 
1 1). ' Natural and Rational Selec- 
tion * (Internal. Journal of Ethics, 
1 914). Recreations : Golf, rowing, 
travel. Club : Adelaide. Address : 
The University, Adelaide, S. 
Australia. 

Henderson, Hamilton George : b. 
Nov. 29, 1849 ; s. of Rev. R. 
Henderson, Incumbent of the 
Episcopal Church, Stirling. Educ. 
Trinity Coll., Glenalmond ; Balliol 
1871-4 (F. de P., R.L.N.). Club : 
Constitutional. Address : Snow- 
down House, Stirling, Scotland. 

Henderson, John Hossell : b. April 
29, 1873 ; s. of George Henderson, 
of Leghorn, Italy ; tn. June 3, 1902, 
Mary, d. of Dr. Byrom Bramwell, 
of Edinburgh. Educ. George Wat- 
son's Coll., and Univ., Edinburgh ; 
Balliol 1893-7 (A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist., and Prox. Acces. to Stan- 
hope Prize, 1897 ; B.A. 1898. 
Arnold and Brakenbury Socs. 
M.A. and LL.B., Edinburgh ; 



Advocate. Address : 10 Heriot 
Row, Edinburgh. 

Henderson, Rev. Patrick Arkley : 
see Wright-Henderson, Rev. P. A. 

Hendy, Ernest William : b. Nov. 23, 
1872 ; s. of J. W. Hendy, of Trow- 
bridge. Educ. Blundell's (Pinck- 
ardSch.); Balliol 1892-5 (W.H.F., 
T.R.) ; Newte Ex. ; 3rd Jur., and 
B.A., 1895 ; Rugby XV. Arnold 
Soc. Solicitor 1898 ; partner in 
firm of Cunliffe, Greg & Co., 
Manchester. Publications : Occa- 
sional verse and articles. Recrea- 
tions : Beagling, nature study, 
gardening. Address : 56 Brown 
St., Manchester. 

Henl6, Frederick Thomas Henry : 
b. March 2, 1874 ; s. of L. A. Heiil6, 
of London ; m. April 5, 1904, 
Rachel, d. of Rev. H. M. Walter, 
Rector of St. Paul's, Wokingham. 
Issue : two children. Educ. 
Private ; Clifton (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1892-6 (E.A.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1894 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1896 ; Rugby XV. Union and 
Brakenbury Socs. Barrister, I.T., 
1898 ; member Kensington Bor- 
ough Council 1903-4 ; contested 
South Paddington, Jan. and Dec. 
1910. Clubs : National Liberal, 
Eighty. Addresses : 6 Norfolk 
Crescent, Hyde Park, London, W. ; 
3 Hare Court, Temple, London, 
E.C. [Died Aug. 14, 1913.] 

Henley, Hon. Anthony Morton : 
b. Aug. 4, 1873 ; s. of 3rd Baron 
Henley ; m. April 1906, Hon. 
Sylvia Laura Stanley, d. of Lord 
Sheffield. Issue ; two daughters. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1891-5 
(A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1895 ; Eight (Capt.). Der- 
vorguilla and Annandale Socs. 
Barrister, I.T., 1897. Walked 
(with H. Belloc) from Carfax to 
Marble Arch in 11} hours ; 
Enlisted in Compton's Horse, 
28th Co. I.Y., 1899 ; took part 
in S. African War ; received Com- 
mission, Scots Greys, 1900 ; Ad- 
jutant 1903-6 ; Captain, 5th Lan- 
cers, 1907; passed Staff College 
1910 ; General Staff Ofl&cer, 3rd 
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Major, 2nd Cavalry Brigade, 1913-. 
Clubs : Brooks's, Cavalry. Ad' 
dress : Brooks's Club, St. James's 
St., London, S.W. 

^Henley, Hon. Francis Robert : 
b. April II, 1877 ; s. of 3rd Baron 
Henley. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1896-1900 (J.C, D.H.N.) ; 2nd 
Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 1900 ; 
M.A, 1904 ; represented Univ. in 
Putting the Weight v. Cambridge 
1897-8. Annandale and Dervor- 
guilJa Socs. Club : Brooks's. 
Address : 49 Montagu Square, 
London, W. 

Henniker, Frederick Cliandos : b. 
Sept. 2, 1866 ; s. of Rev. Robert 
Henniker, formerly Head Master 
of Rossall; tn. Jan. 1901, Ada 
Russell, d. of A. P. Howell, I.C.S. 
Issue : one son, one daughter. 
Educ. St. Paul's School (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1885-7 (W.M.). I.C.S. 
Assam ; Assist. Commissioner 
1887 ; Director of Land Records 
and Agriculture 1898-1902 ; Sec. 
to Chief Commissioner 1902 ; 
Magistrate and Collector 1910 ; 
Deputy Commissioner 1912-. Ad- 
dress : c/o Bank of Bengal, Cal- 
cutta, India. 

Hepburn, Arnold : b. 1869 ; s. of 
Archibald Hepburn, of Barwood 
House, Ramsbottom. Educ. Leam- 
ington Coll. ; Balliol 1887-91 and 
i893(F.deP., A.L.S.); Minor Ex.; 
3rd Mod. Hist. 1891.; B.A. 1892. 
Address : 131 Worple Road, 
Wimbledon, London, S.W. 

Herbert, Auberon Thomas : see 
Lucas, Lord. 

Herbert, Hon. Aubrey Nigel Henry 
Molyneux : b. April 3, 1880 ; 
s. of 4th Earl of Carnarvon ; tn. 
Oct. 20, 1910, Hon. Mary Vesey, 
d. of 4th Lord de Vesci. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1898-1902 (A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D.) ; ist Mod. Hist. 1902 ; 
B.A. 1908. Union (Lib., Treas., 
and Sec. 1901, and Vice-Pres.) and 
Dervorguilla (Pres.) Socs. Hon. 
Attache, Japanese Legation, 1902 ; 
ditto, Constantinople, 1904-5 ; 
travelled in Macedonia, Arabia, 
Yemen, Servia, Persian Gulf, 
Syria, America, Australia, 1905-8 ; 



M.P. (U.) S. Somerset 1911-; 
formerly Lieut. Royal N. Devon 
Hussars ; J. P. Clubs : Travel- 
lers', Bath. Address : Piston 
Park, Dulverton, Somerset. 

Herbert, Hon. Mervyn Robert 
Howard Molyneux : b. Dec. 27, 
1882 ; s. of 4th Earl of Carnarvon. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1 901-6 
(A.L.S., H.W.C.D.) ; ist Mod. 
Hist. 1904 ; B.A. 1905 ; Cricket 
XI ; Harlequins. H.M. Diploma- 
tic Service ; Attache 1907 ; ap- 
pointed to Rome 1908 ; trans- 
ferred to Lisbon 1910 ; 3rd Sec. 
1910. Clubs : Travellers', St. 
James's. Address : Piston Park, 
Dulverton. 

Herbert, Michael George : b. May 12, 
1893 ; s. of Sir Michael Herbert. 
Educ. Eton: Balliol 1911-13 
(F.F.U.). 

•Herbert, Ronald Young : b. April 
9, 1878 ; s. of Edward Herbert, 
of Croydon. Educ. Bradfield ; 
Balliol 1897-1901 (A.L.S., F.F.U., 
H.W.C.D., W.H.F.); 2nd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1901 ; M.A. 1904. 
Arnold Soc. Solicitor 1905. 
Recreation : Golf. Clubs : New 
Oxford and Cambridge, Oxford 
and Cambridge Musical, City Uni- 
versity. Address: hudioidilo^xse, 
Duppas Hill, Croydon. 

Herbert, Sidney : b. July 27, 1870 ; 
s. of Sir Michael Herbert, Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1908-12 (A.L.S., 
F.F.U.). Address : 7 Carlton 
House Terrace, London, W. 

Herbertson, Andrew Hunter : b. 
Aug. I, 1894 ; s. of A. J. Herbert- 
son, Prof, of Geography in the 
Univ. of Oxford. Educ. Magda- 
len Coll. School ; Balliol 1912- 
(A.L.S.,N.S.T.,A.D.L.). Addresses : 
Two Shires Yew, Spriggs Alley, 
Chinnor, Oxon. ; 9 Fyfield Road, 
Oxford. 

Herington, Rev. Sydney Sparkes: b. 
1857 ; s. of Edward Herington, of 
Pagham, Sussex ; tn. 1899, Muriel 
Agnes, d. of C. G. Bolam. Educ. 
Hurstpierpoint ; Balliol 1876-9 
(F. de P., E.A., A.C.B., R.L.N.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1877 ; Shakespeare 
Prize 1878 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 



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B.A., 1879 ; M.A. 1882. Union 
and Brakenbury Socs. Engaged 
in Tuition 1 880-1 ; Cuddesdon 
Theol. Coll. 1882; ordained d. 1882, 
p. 1884 ; Curate of All Saints', 
Boyne Hill, Maideahead, 1882-4 ; 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 1884-7 ; 
Chapl. and Tutor Scholae Can- 
cellarii, Lincoln, 1887-98 ; Vicar 
of Heydour with Kelby 1898-. 
Address : Heydour Vicarage, 
Grantham. 
Hervey, Lord Francis : b. Oct. 16, 

1 846 ; s. of 2nd Marquess of Bristol. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1865-9 
(B.J.) ; Blundell Sch. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1866 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1869 ; M.A. 1874. Union 
Soc. (Treas. 1866, Pres. 1867). 
Barrister, L.L, 1872; Fellow of 
Hertford Coll. 1874; M.P.(C.)Bury 
St. Edmunds 1874-80 and 1885- 
92 ; member London School 
Board 1876-9 ; Alderman, West 
Suffolk, 1889-1908 ; 2nd Civil 
Service Commissioner 1892-1907, 
ist ditto 1907-9 ; J. P., Suffolk. 
Publications : Suffolk in the 
Seventeenth Century, 1902 ; ' Corolla 
Sancti Eadmundi, 1907. Clubs : 
Carlton, United University. Ad- 
dress : 42 Sussex Square, Brighton. 

Hervey, Hamilton Law : b. March 
24, 1865 ; s. of R. K. Hervey, 
Barrister-at-law ; m. Feb. 5, 
1891, Edith Kathleen, d. of Col. 
H. E. D. Bayley, Indian Army. 
Issue : six children. Educ. 
Giggleswick ; Balliol 1884-6 
(W.M.). I.C.S., Bombay ; Assist. 
Collector and Magistrate 1887 ; 
2nd Assist. 1894 ; ist ditto 1897 ; 
District and Sessions Judge 1897 ; 
Judge and Sessions Judge 1909. 
Address : c/o King, King & Co., 
Bankers, Bombay, India. 

Hewart, Gordon Morley : b. Aug. 6. 
1893 ; s. of Gordon Hewart, K.C., 
M.P., of London. Educ. Man- 
chester Gr. School ; Balliol 1912- 
(A.W.P.C.) ; Domus Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1914 ; Torpid (2). Union and 
Arnold Socs. Address : 26 Kensing- 
ton Park Gardens, London, W. 

Hewetson, John : b. Jan. 7, 1859 ; 
s. of Rev. John Hewetson, Vicar 



of Mcasham ; -w. Evelyn Marian 
Muriel, d. of Col. T. J. Hackett 
Wilkins, India Medical Service. 
Issue : five children. Educ. 
Repton; Balliol 1878-80 (A.T.). 
I.C.S. ; Assist. Collector and 
Magistrate, Madras, 1880 ; Assist. 
Commissioner, Judge of Civil 
Court, and District Officer, Manda- 
lay, 1886-8 ; returned to Madras 
1888 ; Sen. Assist., Ganjam, 1889 ; 
Head ditto 1893 ; Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate 1894 ; Dis- 
trict and Sessions Judge 1897 and 
1899 ; Collector and Magistrate 
1898 ; retired 1906. Club : East 
India United Service. Address : 
Claremont, Oaklands Road, Brom- 
ley, Kent. 

Hewett, Sir John Prescott : b. 
Aug. 25, 1854 ; s. of Rev. John 
Hewett, of Barham, Kent ; ;». 
1879, Ethel Charlotte, d. of H. B. 
Webster, Bengal C.S. Issue : one 
son, two daughters. Educ. Win- 
chester ; Balliol 1875-6. I.C.S. ; 
Assist. Magistrate, Collector, and 
Commissioner, N.W. Prov. and 
Oudh, 1877 ; in charge o Provin- 
cial Gazetteer 1883 ; Acting Assist. 
Accountant-General, Jun. Sec. to 
Board of Revenue, 1884 ; Ofi&ciat- 
ing Under-Sec. to Government, 
Home Department, 1886 ; Private 
Sec. to Viceroy 1888 and 1892 ; 
Officiating Sec. to Government, 
Home Department, and Census 
Commissioner, 1 890 ; Deputy 
Sec. to Government, Home De- 
partment, 1890 ; Deputy Com- 
missioner, and Sec. of Royal 
Commission on Opium, 1893 ; 
Magistrate and Collector 1894 ; 
Sec, to Government, Home 
Department, 1895 ; member 
of Plague Commission 1898 ; ' 
Officiating Chief Commissioner, 
Central Prov., 1902 ; member of 
Governor-General's Council 1904 ; 
Lieut.-Governor of United Prov. 
1907-12 ; Pres. of Coronation 
Durbar Committee 1911 ; retired 
1912 ; Knight of Grace of St. John 
of Jerusalem; CLE. 1891 ; C.S.I. 
1898; K.C.S.I. 1907; G.C.S.L 
1911. Club: Arthur's. Address: 



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Government House, Allahabad, 
India. 
Hewett, Stephen Henry Philip : b. 

Jan. 12, 1893 ; s. of J. S. Hewett, of 
Exeter. Educ. Downside ; Bal- 
lioli9ii-(A.W.P.C.,C.B.,A.D.L.); 
CI. Sch. ; ist CI. Mods., Craven, 
Hertford, and Ireland Schs. 191 3 ; 
joint holder Jenkyns Ex. 1914 ; 
member of Univ. Hockey Club 
Committee ; Univ. (1914) and 
Coll. (Capt.) Hockey XI's. 
Brakenbury Soc. ; O.U.D.S. Ad- 
dress : Stratton on the Fosse, near 
Bath. 
Hey, Norman Heather : b. Sept. 

22, 1882 ; s. of Edmund Hey, 
of Whalley Range, Manchester. 
Educ. Hulme Gr. School ; Victoria 
Univ., Manchester ; University 
Coll., London ; Balliol 1901-4 
(A.L.S., H.W.C.D.) ; Brakenbury 
Sch. ; ist Mod. Hist. 1904 ; B.A. 
1905. I.C.S. ; Assist. Collector 
and Magistrate, Sind and Bombay, 
1906- ; served in Government 
Financial Department 1909. Ad- 
dress : Assist. Magistrate and 
Collector, Bombay, India. 

Heywood, Frank Lewis : b. Nov. 23, 
1889 ; s. of C. L. Heywood, 
of Wrexham. Educ. Wrexham 
County School; Balliol 1909-13 
(J.W.R., H.B.H.) ; Skynner Sch. ; 
ist Math. Mods. 1910 ; Math. 
Ex. 1911 ; ist Math., and B.A., 
1912. Address : Ashfield, 140 
Edgeley Road, Stockport. 

Hibbert, John Geoffrey : b. April 

23, 1890 ; s. of John Hibbert, of 
London. Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 
1909-12 (F.F.U.) ; ist Mod. 
Lang. (French) 1912 ; B.A. 1913. 
Address : 64 Belsize Park Gardens, 
Hampstead, London, N.W. 

Hibbert, William Capel : b. 1823 ; 
s. of W. T. Hibbert, of St. Marga- 
ret's, Westminster. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1841 ; B.A. 1845 ; M.A. 
1847. Barrister, I.T., 1846. 

♦Hicks, Rev. Frederick CyrU Nugent: 
b. June 28, 1872 ; s. of C. C. Hicks, 
M.D., of Wokingham ; m. June 29, 
1909, Ethel Kathleen, d. of Rev. 
F. F. Savage, Vicar of Flushing. 
Educ. Harrow (Entrance and 



Anderson Leaving Schs.) ; Balliol 
1891-5 (E.A., W.R.H., J.A.S.) : 
Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1893 ; ist 
Lit. Hum., Liddon Theol. Student, 
and B.A., 1895 ; M.A. 1899 ; 
Torpid. Brakenbury Soc. Cud- 
desdon Theol. Coll. 1896-7 ; Lec- 
turer 1896, Tutor 1897-1909, 
Dean 1 901-9, Keble Coll. ; or- 
dained d. 1897, p. 1898 ; Exam. 
Chapl. to Bishop of Oxford 1898- 
1901 (Dr. Stubbs), 1901-9 (Dr. 
Paget) ; 2nd in command, Oxford 
Univ. Volunteers 1905-8 ; Officer 
commanding Oxford Univ. Officers' 
Training Corps 1908-9 ; Lieut.- 
Col., Unattached List for Terri- 
torial Force, 1909 ; Principal of 
Bishops' College, Cheshunt, 1909- ; 
Exam. Chapl. to Bishop of St. 
Albans (Dr. Jacob) 1913-. Club : 
Athenaeum. Address : Bishops* 
College, Cheshunt, Herts. 

♦Hide, Percy : 6. April 12, 1874 ; 
s. of Joseph Hide, of Haslemere, 
Surrey. Educ. Dulwich Coll. ; 
Balliol 1893-7 (JC.) ; 3rd Nat. 
Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 1897 ; 
M.A. 1900 ; Eight ; Rugby XV. 
Dervorguilla Soc. Principal, Sind 
Madrasseh, Karachi, 1897-1903; 
ditto, Elphinstone High School, 
Bombay, Aug.-Nov. 1903 ; ditto, 
High School, Poona, Nov.— Dec. 
1903 ; Guardian and Tutor to 
H.H. the Maharajah Holkar 
1903-4 ; Vice-Principal, Raj- 
kumar Coll., Rajkot, Kathiawar, 
1904-6 ; Principal, Daly Coll., 
Indore, 1906-. Address : Daly 
College, Indore, Central India. 

♦Higgfiis, Geoi^e Herbert : b. Dec. 
10, 1878 ; s. of G. Randell 
Higgins, J. P., Burcote, Oxon. ; 
m. May 1906, Violet Howard, d. 
of Edward Clark, of Sydenham 
Hill, London, S.E. Issue : two 
sons, one daughter. Educ. Dul- 
wich ; Balliol 1897-1901 (E.J.) ; 
B.A. 1901 ; M.A. and B.C.L. 1904. 
Barrister, I.T., 1903. Club : Re- 
form. Addresses : Chasewood, 
Enfield ; 4 Elm Court, Temple, 
London, E.G. 

Higgins, Mervyn Bournes : b. Nov. 
8, 1887 ; s. of Mr. Justice Higgins, 



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of Melbourne. Educ. Ormond 
Coll., Melbourne Univ. ; Balliol 
1906-10 (J.L.S.D., A.W.P.C, 
E.H,) ; 4th Jur., and B.A., 1910 ; 
Univ. and Coll. (Capt.) Eights ; 
Four (Henley) ; Pairs. Address : 
Doona, Malvern, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia. 

Higginson, Thomas Arthur : b. 
Dec. 27, 1888 ; s. of G. F. Higgin- 
son, of Tenbury, Worcs. Educ. 
Ludlow Gr. School (Foxmdation 
Sch.) ; Balliol 1907-11 (A.W.P.C, 
H.M.W.) ; Greaves Ex. ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1909 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1911 ; 
B.A. 1912. Music and Art Master, 
Oxford Preparatory School, 191 1-. 
Publications : Various articles in 
Westminster Gazette. Address : 
The Poplars, Tenbiury, Worcs. 

•Higgs, Arthur : b. Oct. 6, 1850 ; 
s. of Samuel Higgs, J. P., of 
Sudbury, Suffolk. Educ. Sudbury 
Gr. School ; University Coll. 
School ; University Coll., London ; 
BalUol 1869-74 (B.J., J.R.T.H.G., 
J.L.S.D.) ; Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 

1871 ; B.A. 1874 ; M.A. 1879. 
Address : i Ship Street, Oxford. 

Hignett, Edward Ashmore : b. 

1872 ; s. of Rev. G. E. Hignett, of 
Oxford. Educ. Manchester Gr. 
School; Non-CoU. 1889; Balliol 
1890-2 (A.L.S.) ; 4th Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1892. 

Hilbery, Timothy Nathaniel : b. 
1852 ; s. of Francis Hilbery, of 
Lee, Kent. Educ. Blackheath ; 
Balliol 1868 ; Ex. ; Non-CoU. 1869 ; 
B.A. 1872. Barrister, L.I., 1873. 

Hill, Arthur Charles Percival : b. 
Oct. 21, 1884 ; s. of C. P. Hill, of 
Beckenham. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
1902-7 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D., E.H.) ; 
B.A. 1907 ; M.A. 1910. Address : 
19 Carlton Road, Putney, London, 
S.W. [Died March 7, 1911.] 

Hill, Charles Percy : b. March 15, 
1876 ; s. of J. R. HUl, of Guernsey. 
Educ. Haversham Gr. School; 
BalUol 1896-1900 (J.W.R.,W.H.F., 
A.L.S.) ; Ex. ; 2nd Math. Mods. 
1898; 3rd Math. 1900; B.A. 1901. 
Address : Le Hurel, Guernsey. 

Hill, Edward Maurice : b. Jan. 8, 
1862; s. of G. Birkbeck Hill, 



D.C.L., Hon. Fellow of Pembroke 
Coll. ; m. 1891, Susan Ellen, d. of 
G. B. Hadwen, of Kebroyd, Hali- 
fax. Issue : two sons. Educ. 
Haileybury ; Balliol 1880-5 (E.A.); 
CI. Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1881 ; ist 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1884. Bar- 
rister, I.T., 1888; K.C. 1910. 
Addresses : 17 Hillside, Wimble- 
don ; Llanbedr, Merioneth ; 2 King's 
Bench Walk, Temple, London, E.C. 

Hill, Gerard Robert : b. Feb. 19, 
1872 ; s. of Henry Hill, J.P., of 
Thornton-le-Dale ; m. Sept. 10, 
1903, S. D., d. of E. G. Place, of 
Skelton Grange, Yorks. Issue : 
two sons. Educ. Eton (King's 
Sch.) ; Balliol 1891-5 (E.A., 
J.L.S.D.) ; WilUams Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1893 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1895 ; M.A. 1899 ; Cricket 
and Assoc. XI's. Brakenbury Soc. 
Barrister, I.T., 1899. Publications : 
Various.text-books on local govern- 
ment law and cognate subjects ; 
an editor of Lumley's Public 
Health, Arnold's Law of Municipal 
Corporations, and Paterson's Li- 
censing Law. Addresses: 109 The 
Avenue, West Ealing, London, W.; 
The Lodge, Crianlarich.Perthshire ; 
1 King's Bench Walk, Temple, Lon- 
don, E.C. 

'•'Hill, Henry Seymour McCalmont : 
b. Nov. 26, 1846 ; s. of Rev. A. B. 
Hill, Vicar of St. Paul's, Tiverton ; 
m. 1886, Mrs. Tilson Moseley, d. of 
Stephen Olliver, of Littlehamp- 
ton. Educ. Blimdell's ; BaUiol 
1865-9 (E.C.W.) BlundeU Sch. ; 
3rd Law and Hist. 1869 ; B.A. 
1870; M.A. 1873; B.C.L. 1897; 
D.C.L. 1902 ; Cricket XI. Union 
Soc. Master at Hartford House, 
Winchfield ; Head ditto. Holmes- 
dale House, Burgess HiU, 1876-86 ; 
Barrister, I.T., 1889 ; travelled in 
India, Malay States, China, Japan, 
and Canada, 1891 ; contested (C.) 
Wansbeck Div. of Northumber- 
land 1892 ; J.P., Sussex, 1900 ; 
Chairman, Advisory Committee to 
Sussex County Coimcil Education 
Committee, 1902-3 ; member of 

[Borough Council 1907-, Mayor 

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lions: AiticleBia Academy; pam- 
phlet on Free Trade from a Conser- 
vative Standpoint. Recreations : 
Golf, bowls. Clubs : Oxford and 
Cambridge ; United. Addresses : 
The Priory, Boscombe, Hants ; 
lo King's Bench Walk, Temple, 
London, E.C. 

Hill, PWlllp Maurice : 6. June i8, 

1892 ; s. of E. M. Hill, K.C., of 
Wimbledon. Educ. King's Coll. 
School; BalUol 1910-13 (F.F.U., 
N.S.T., H.W.C.D., A.L.S.); 2nd 
Mod. Hist. 1913. Union Soc. 
Address : 17 Hillside, Wimbledon, 
London, S.W. 

Hill, William Ellis : b. 1862 ; s. of 
Julian Hill, of Glasgow. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1880-3 ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1881 ; ist Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1883; M.A. 1886. Barrister, 
LT., 1885. Address : 27 Elm 
Park Gardens, S.W. 

Hillelson, Sigmar : b. Aug. 12, 1883 ; 
s. of Felix Hillelson, of Berlin. Educ. 
Gynmasium zum Grauen Kloster, 
Berlin; Balliol 1904-8 (C.B., 
A.D.L.) ; WilUams Ex. ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1906 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1908 ; 
Arnold Soc. Studied Oriental 
Isuiguages at University Coll., 
London ; Ouseley Sch. in Persian, 
1909, ditto Arabic, 1910, London 
Univ. ; appointed to staff of 
Gordon Coll., Khartoum, 191 1. 
Club : Royal Societies. Address : 
Gordon College, Khartoum, Sudan. 

*Hilliard, Edward : b. Nov. 20, 
1867 ; s. of Capt. G. E. Anstruther 
Hilliard, of Ickenham Hall, Ux- 
bridge ; m. May 15, 1897, Kath- 
leen Margaret Alexandra, d. of 
Rev. A. H. Arden, Reader in 
Tamil, &c., Cambridge Univ. 
Issue : one son, three daughters. 
Educ. Malvern; Magdalen 1887- 
91 ; Prox. Acces. to Taylorian Sch. 
(Spanish) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1891 ; M.A. 1904. Original 
member of Univ. R.V. Cyclist 
Corps ; won Two-mile Challenge 
Cup 1890-1, and Half and Quarter 
Mile 1891, Magdalen Coll. Sports. 
Barrister, LT., 1897 ; Home Cir- 
cuit and Kent Sessions ; Tutor 
1904-, Fellow and Senior Bursar 



1905-, Balliol ; Exam., B.C.L., 
1908-9, Honour School of Jur« 
i9ri-i3, Vinerian Sch. 1913 ; Sec« 
to Jowett Trustees 1912- ; Dele- 
gate of the Common Univ. Fund 
1911-13; member of the Board 
of Faculty of Law 1909-, and of 
General Board of the Faculties 
191 3- ; editor of the Balliol College 
Register. Recreations : the study 
of Spanish language and literature, 
golf. Clubs : Savile, New Univer- 
sity. Addresses : 120 Banbury 
Road, and Balliol College, Ox- 
ford. 

*Hilliard, Robert Osborne : b. 1869 ; 
s. of Vandeleur Hilliard, of Liver- 
pool. Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 1888- 
91 (A.L.S., W.H.F.); 4th Mod. 
Hist. 1891 ; B.A. 1892 ; M.A. 1896. 
Address : i Grosvenor Place, Lon- 
don, S. W. 

Hiils, Eustace Gilbert : b. July 26, 
1868 ; s. of H. A. HUls, Judge of 
International Court of Appeal, 
Egypt ; m. (i) 1899, Margaret 
(d. 1904), d. of Sir Walter Philli- 
more. Issue : two daughters ; 
(2) 1910, Nina Louisa, d. of 
Rt. Hon. Lord Shuttleworth, ist 
Baron. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1887-91 (F. de P., 
A.L.S., W.H.F.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1891. ist in Mile, 2nd 
in Quarter, Freshmen's Sports, 
1887. Dervorguilla Soc. Barrister, 
I.T., 1894. Club : Brooks's. Ad- 
dress : 22 Cheyne Gardens, Chel- 
sea, London, S.W. 

Hills, John waller : b. Jan. 2, 1867 ; 
s. of H. A. Hills, Judge of Inter- 
national Court of Appeal, Egypt ; 
m. April 10, 1897, Stella (d. 1897), 
d. of Herbert Duckworth. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1885-9 (E.A., 
R.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1887 ; 
2nd Lit. Hxim. 1889 ; B.A. 1894 ; 
Torpid ; Eight ; won Clinker 
Fours 1888, and Coll. Pairs 1887-8. 
Dervorguilla Soc. Read for Bar 
1890-3 ; Solicitor 1897 ; in part- 
nership Rooper & Whately, 
1897-1901 ; ditto Hills & Halsey, 
1901-8 ; ditto Hills, Godfrey & 
Halsey 1908-12 ; retired 1912 ; 
J.P., Cumberland 1901 ; M.P. (U.) 



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Durham City 1906- ; Capt. (re- 
, tired), Bedfordshire Imp. Yeo- 
,'manry; D.C.L., Durham, 1910. 
'Addresses: Queen Anne's Man- 
sions, Westminster, London, S.W. ; 
Highhead Castle, Carlisle. 
Hind, Rev. William : b. Aug. 21, 
1852 ; s. of Very Rev. Charles 
Hind, Dean of Ferns ; m. Jan. 4, 
1881, Charlotte Julia, d. of John 
Walker, H.E.I.C.S. Issue : one 
son, two daughters. Educ. Chel- 
tenham (Sch.) ; Balliol 1871-5 
(F. de P., T. H.G.) ; CI. Sch. ; and 
CI. Mods. 1873 ; Latin Verse Prize 
1874 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1875 ; B.A. 
1876 ; M.A. 1879. Master at 
Haileybury ; ordained d. 1879, p. 
1880 ; Curate of St. John the 
Evangelist, Kilbum, 1879-82 ; 
Christ Church, Melcombe Regis, 
1882-4 ; Vicar of St. Matthew's, 
Luton, 1884-5 ; Rector of St. 
Peter's, Dorchester, 1886-8 ; Vicar 
of St. Barnabas, Holloway, 1892- 
1903 ; St. John's, Downshire Hill, 
Hampstead, 1903-. Address : St. 
John's, Downshire Hill, Hamp- 
stead, London, N.W. 
Hindmarsh, Leonard King : b. 
Sept. 23, 1877 ; s. of Henry Hind- 
marsh, of Birmingham ; m. Aug. 
1907, Alice Cleaver, d. of James 
Spence, of Belfast. Educ. King 
Edward's High School, Birming- 
ham (Foimdation Sch., and Leav- 
ing Ex.) ; Balliol 1897-1900 (J.C, 
D.H.N.) ; WUiiams Ex. ; 2nd Nat. 
Sci. (Chem.) 1900; B.A. 1901 ; M.A. 
1904. Arnold Soc. First Sec. of 
Jowett Soc, founded in Summer 
Term 1900 ; studied Phys. Chem. 
in Univ. of Leipzig 1 900-1 ; Sci. 
Master, Methodist Coll., Belfast, 
1 901-2 ; Alleyn's School, Dulwich, 
1902-3 ; Bishop Vesey's Gr. 
School, Sutton Coldfield, 1903-5 ; 
Assist. Inspector for Higher Edu- 
cation to West Riding County 
Council 1905- ; Joint Sec. to 
Leeds Univ. Tutorial Classes Com- 
mittee 1910- ; 4 years Hon. Sec. 
of Wakefield Branch of Workers' 
Educational Assoc. Addresses : 
Manygates Lane, Sandal, and 
County Hall, Wakefield. 



Hinds, Allen Banks : b. Dec. 4, 
1870 ; s. of Henry Hinds, of Rams- 
gate. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
Jan.-Oct. 1889 (W.H.F., A.L.S.) ; 
Christ Church (Sch.) 1889-94; 
Stanhope Essay, ist Mod. Hist., 
and B.A. 1892 ; M.A. 1896 ; mem- 
ber Univ. Chess Team 189 1-2 ; 
Sec. O.U. Chess Club 1892. 6cole 
des Chartes, Paris, 1892-4 ; editor 
Northumberland County History, 
1894-6 ; editor of Calendars, 
Close Rolls 1 896-1 906, Venetian 
1905-, Public Record Office. 
Publications': Making of England 
of Elizabeth ; History of Northum- 
berland (vol. iii) ; A Garner of 
Saints ; translation of Vasari's 
Lives of the Painters, &c. ; edited 
Close Roll Calendar 1331-60 (8 
vols.) ; Venetian Calendar 1613-as 
(6 vols.) ; Milan Calendar. Ad- 
dress : 13 Patten Road, Wands- 
worth Common, London, S.W. 

Hinton, Rayner Winterbotham : 
b. 1867 ; s. of WiHiam Hinton, of 
Roborough, Glos. Educ. Blun- 
dell's; Balliol 1885-7 (W.R.H., 
A.V.D.) ; Blundell Sch. 

Hirst, Edward Theodore : b. 1857 ; 
s. of W. E. Hirst, of Lascelles Hall, 
Huddersfield. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1876-9 ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1878 ; 3rd Jur., and B.A., 1880. 
Address : c/o F. J. Hirst, Oat- 
hurst, Bampton, Oxon. 

♦Hirst, Francis Joseph : b. i860 ; 
s. of W. E. Hirst, of Lascelles 
Hall, Huddersfield. Educ. Rugby; 
Balliol 1879-83 ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1881 ; 4th Jur. 1883 ; B.A. 1884 ; 
M.A. 1891. Solicitor 1889. Ad- 
dress : Oathurst, Bampton, Oxon. 

Hirst, Hugh Taylor : ft. 1864 ; s. 
of John Hirst, of Saddleworth, 
Yorks. Educ. Wakefield ; Balliol 
1882-6 (F. de P., H.B.D.) ; B.A. 
1887. 

Hirst, Philip Leslie : b. 1863 ; s. of 
W. E. Hirst, of Lascelles Hall, 
Huddersfield. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1882-4 (W.M.). Address : 
Meadowside, Pembury, Timbridge 
Wells. 

Hitchcock, Herbert WUliam : b. 
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cock, of Farnham, Surrey. Educ. 
Bristol Gr. School ; Balliol 191 3- 
(A.W.P.C.) ; CI. Sch. Address : 
The Deans, Firgrove Hill, Farn- 
ham, Surrey. 

Hoare, Arthur Fanshawe : b. Aug. 
14, 1854 ; s. of Rev. A. M. Hoare, 
of Fawley, Hants ; m. 1894, 
Gertrude J. K., d. of Rev. J. S. 
Hoare, of Godstone. Issue : four 
sons, one daughter. Educ. Marl- 
borough ; Balliol 1873-6 (E.A., 

. J.L.S.D., J.F.B.) ; Brakenbury 
Hist. Sch. ; 2nd Nat. Sci, 1876 ; 
3rd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1878 ; 
M.A. 1883. Assist. Master, 
Haileybury, 1879- ; Lieut.-Col., 
ist Batt. Herts. Regiment ; Or- 
ganizing Sec, Public Schools 
(now O.T.C.) Brigade Camp, 1889- 
1912; V.D. ; C.B. Address: Hailey- 
bury College, Hertford. 

Hoare, Hugh Edward : b. 1854; 
s. of Henry Hoare, of Staplehurst ; 
m. (i) 1886, Lily (d. 1905), d. of 
James Wolfe- Murray, of Cringle- 
tie. Issue : two sons ; (2) 1912, 
Mabel, d. of D. B. Wauchope, of 
Edinburgh. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1872-5 (R.L.N., J.L.S.D., T.C., 
F. de P.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1873 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1875 ; Cricket XL 
Dervorguilla Soc. Director of 
Hoare's Brewery ; M.P. (L.) 
West Cambs. 1892-5 ; defeated, 
ditto, 1895 and 1900 ; contested 
Chelsea 191 1. Club : Travellers', 
Address : Bix, Henley-on-Thames. 

Hoare, Henry William : see Hamil- 
ton-Hoare, H. W. 

*Hobhouse, Rt. Hon. Henry : b. 
March i, 1854 ; s. of Henry Hob- 
house, of Hadspen ; m. 1880, Mar- 
garet Heyworth, d. of R. Potter, 
of Gloucester. Issue : four sons, 
two daughters. Educ. Eton ; Bal- 
liol 1872-5 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1873 ; 
ist Lit. Hum. 1875 ; B.A. 1877 ; 
M.A. 1878. Dervorguilla Soc. 
Barrister, L.I., 1880 ; practised 
as Parliamentary Draftsman and 
Counsel to 1885 ; M.P. (L.U.) 
East Somerset 1 885-1 906 ; P.C. 
1902 ; member of Royal Com- 
missions, Secondary Education 
1904, Appointment of Justices 



1910 ; Chairman, Somerset County 
Council, 1904- ; ditto, Rural 
Education Conference 1910-13 ; 
Ecclesiastical Commissioner for 
England and Wales ; J. P. Publi- 
cations : Local Government and 
Local Taxation in England and 
Wales ; County Councillor's Guide, 
&c. Recreations: Golf, shooting. 
Club : Athenaeum. Address : 
Hadspen House, Castle Cary, 
Somerset. 

*Hobhouse, Stephen Henry : b. 

Aug. 5, 1881 ; s. of Rt. Hon. 
Henry Hobhouse, P.C. Educ. 
Eton (Sch.) ; Balliol 1900-4 
(A.W.P.C, J.A.S.) ; ist CI. Mods. 
1902 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1904 ; B.A. 
1905 ; M.A. 1907. Union, Arnold, 
and Fotheringay Socs. Jun. 
Exam., Board of Education, 1905- 
12 ; War Relief work in Balkans 
19 1 2-1 3 ; working in connexion 
with the Soc. of Friends. Address : 
Hadspen House, Castle Cary, 
Somerset. 

Hobson, John Davidson : b. April 

5, 1878 ; s. of H. P. Hobson, of 
Trinidad ; tn. 1904, Cecilia Louise, 
d. of Lieut.-Col. Johnstone. Issue : 
two sons, two daughters. Educ. 
Queen's Royal Coll., Trinidad 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1896-1900 (E.A., 
H. Williamson, E.J.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mod. 1898 ; ist Jur., and B.A., 
1900. Arnold Soc. Barrister, 
M.T., 1900 ; practised at Bar 
1900-14, Acting Master, Queen's 
Royal Coll., 1901, Sec. to Asphalt 
Industry Commission 1902, Mayor 
of San Fernando 1908-14, Trini- 
dad ; member of Legislative 
Council of Trinidad and Tobago, 
1908. Recreations : Tennis, bridge. 
Club : Trinidad Union. Address : 
Mon Nid, San Fernando, Trinidad, 
B.W.I. 

Hockley, Rev. Guy Wittenoom : 
b. Feb. 16, 1869 ; s. of Major 
J. J. Hockley, of Tiverton. Educ. 
Blundell's ; Balliol 1887-91 
(R.L.N.) ; Blundell Sch. ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1889 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1891 ; M.A. 1895, 
Union, Brakenbury, and Arnold 
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ordained d. 1892, p. 1893; Curate 
of Hawarden 1892-7; St. Mat- 
thew's, Westminster, 1 897-1 903 ; 
Vicar, ditto, 1908- ; Dio. Chapl. 
to Bishop of Worcester 1903-5 ; 
Vicar of St. Saviour's, Hoxton, 
1906-8. Address : St. Matthew's 
Clergy House, Great Peter St., 
Westminster, London, S.W. 

fiodge. Rev. Edward Vere : b. 
1848 ; s. of Rev. H. V. Hodge, 
Vicar of Middleton, Warwicks. : 
m. 1879, Helen, d. of John Bacchus, 
J.P., of Bradford. Issue : four 
sons, one daughter. Educ. Ros- 
sall; Balliol 1867-71 (E.C.W., 
T.H.G.); 2nd CI. Mods. 1868; 
and Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1871 ; 
M.A. 1874. Union Soc. Assist. 
Master, Beaumaris, Gloucester, 
Bradford Gr. Schools 1875-9 ; 
ordained d. 1873, p. 1874 ; Curate, 
St. James's, Gloucester, 1873-5 ; 
Head Master, Oakham School, 
1 8 79-1 902 ; Rector of Normanton 
with Pilton 1902-9 ; Rural Dean 
of Rutland, Part II, 1903-9 ; 
Rector of Lyndon 1909-. Address: 
Lyndon Rectory, Oakham. 

*Hodge, Rev. Roger Cuthbert 
Vere : b. Sept. 17, 1884 ; s. of 
Rev. C. F. D. Hodge, Vicar of 
Esh, Durham. Educ. Oakham 
School (Sch.) ; Balliol 1903-6 
(H.W.C.D.); 2nd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1906 ; M.A. 1910. 
Arnold Soc. Assist. Master, St. 
Mary's School, Cairo, 1906-7; Cud- 
desdonTheol. Coll. 1 907-8 ; ordained 
d. 1908, p. 1909 ; Curate of All 
Saints', Northampton, 1908-12 ; 
Chapl., Bombay Eccles. Establish- 
ment, 191 2-. Address : c/o the 
Bishop of Bombay, Bombay, 
India. 

Hodges, Thomas Oliver : b. May 19, 

1881 ; s. of O. T. O. Hodges, of 
Croydon. Educ. Rugby (Sch. and 
Leaving Ex.) ; Balliol 1900-4 
{E.A., J.A.S., H.W.C.D.); Ex.; 
ist CI. Mods. 1902 ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum. 1904 ; Rugby XV and 
Golf team ; played in trials, and 
occasionally for Oxford Univ. 
Golf Club. Indian Educational 
Service (Madras) 1906 ; Principal 



of Government Coll., Kiunba- 
konam, 1906-10 ; Inspector of 
Schools, Sixth Circle, 1910- ; 
Fellow of Madras Univ. Publica- 
tion '. edition of Arnold's Sohrab 
and Rustum, 1908. Recreations : 
Golf, billiards. Clubs : Madras, 
Ootacamund. Address : Tanjore, 
S. India. 

'^HodgklD, Robert Howard : b. 
April 24, 1877 ; s. of Thomas 
Hodgkin, D.C.L. ; m. Dec. 15, 
1908, Dorothy Forster, d. of A. L. 
Smith, Jowett Fellow, of Balliol. 
Issue : two sons. Educ. Leighton 
Park ; Repton ; Balliol 1895-9 
(A.L.S.) ; Prox. Acces. to Stan- 
hope Essay ; ist Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1899 ; M.A. 1902 ; Univ. 
Hockey team v. Cambridge 1898 ; 
Capt. Coll. Hockey XI. Union 
and Brakenbury Socs. Lecturer 
in Mod. Hist. 1900-, Fellow 1904—, 
Queen's Coll. ; Lieut., ist V.B. 
Northimiberland Fusiliers, 1900-7. 
Publication : ' Elizabeth of Bohe- 
mia ' [Five Stuart Princesses), 1901. 
Recreations : Golf, riding, fishing, 
lawn tennis. Addresses : Queen's 
College, Oxford ; Mendip House, 
Headington Hill. 

'*HoemI6, Reinhold Friedrich Al- 
fred : b. Nov. 27, 1880 ; s. of Dr. 
Rudolf Hoemle, CLE., of Oxford. 
Educ. Gymnasium Ernestinum, 
Gotha ; Gymnasium Pforte, 
Naumburg; Balliol 1899-1903 
(E.A., J.A.S.) ; Jenkyns Ex. ; 
special Taylorian Sch. (German), 
and 2nd CI. Mods., 1901 ; ist 
Lit. Hiun., John Locke Sch., and 
B.A., 1903 ; Sen. Demy, Magdalen 
Coll. 1904 ; M.A. 1907 ; B.Sc. 
1908 ; Torpid (2). Arnold and 
Jowett Socs. Assist. Prof, in 
Moral Philosophy at St. Andrews 
1905-7 ; Prof, of Philosophy, 
S. African Coll., Cape Town, 
1 908-1 1 ; ditto, Armstrong Coll. 
(Durham Univ.), Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, 1912-14 ; Assist, ditto, 
Harvard Univ., 1914-. Publica- 
tions : Articles and reviews in 
various philosophical journals. 
Recreations : Mountaineering, golf. 
Club : Royal Societies. Address : 



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Harvard University, Cambridge, 
Mass., U.S.A. 

Hofmeyr, Jan Hendrik : b. March 
20, 1894 ; s. of A. B. Hofmeyr, of 
Van de Sandt de Villiers Printing 
Co., Cape Town. Educ. S. African 
Coll., Cape Town ; Balliol 191 3- 
(A.W.P.C.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1914. Union and Arnold 
Socs. Address : c/o Mrs. D. C. 
Hofmeyr, Cape Town, S. Africa. 

Hogg, Malcolm Nicholson : b. 
Jan. 17, 1883 ; s. of Quintin 
Hogg, of London ; m. Dec. 20, 
1910, Loma, d. of the Hon. Mr. 
Justice Beaman, High Court 
Judge, Bombay. Issue : one 
son. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1901-4 
(A.W.P.C, A.L.S.); B.A. 1905; 
Cricket and Assoc. XI's. Braken- 
bury Soc. Partner in Forbes, 
Forbes, Campbell & Co., Ltd., 
1904 ; proceeded to Bombay 
office 1905. Clubs : Travellers' ; 
BycuUa, and Yacht (Bombay). 
Address : c/o Forbes, Forbes, 
Campbell & Co., Ltd., 9 King 
William St., London, E.C. 

Hohenlohe-Oehringen, Prince Hugo 
Felix August : b. April 28, 1890 ; 
s. of Prince Hans Hohenlohe- 
Oehringen. Educ. Vitzthumsches 
Gymnasium, Dresden ; Balliol 
1909-10 (E.H.). Address : 7 Faik' 
strasse, Dresden, Germany. 

Holden, Andrew : b. Sept. 16, 1883 ; 
s. of Lonsdale Holden, of Brid- 
port. Educ. Univ. of Tasmania 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1902-7 (J.W.R.) ; 
Williams Ex. ; ist Math. Mods. 
1903 ; ist Math., and B.A., 1905 ; 
Sen. Math. Sch. 1906 ; Eight. 
Inspector, Ministry of Finance, 
Cairo. Address : Mountfield, Brid- 
port, Dorset. 

*Holden, Rev. Hyla : b. Sept. 14, 
1867 ; s. of Rev. Canon Holden, 
D.D., of Durham ; m. Nov. 1905, 
Mary Constance, d. of A. F. Nussey, 
of Chislehurst. Educ. Durham 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1886-90 (E.A., 
F. de P., W.R.H., R.L.N.) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1888 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1890 ; B.A. 1892 ; M.A. 1894 ; 
Captain of Boat Club and Rugby 
XV. Brakenbury and Dervor- 



guilla Socs. Ely Theol. Coll. 
1893-4 ; ordained d. 1894, p. 1895; 
Curate of St. John-at-Hackney, 
London, N.E., 1894-1901 ; Assist. 
Missioner, Trinity College Mission, 
Stratford, London, E., 1901-2 ; 
Curate of All Saints', Poplar, 
London, E., 1902-3 ; Chapl. to 
Archbishop of Canterbury 1903-5 ; 
Rector of Smarden 1906—12; 
Vicar of Whitstable 1912-. Ad- 
dress : St. Cross Vicarage, Whit- 
stable. 

Hole, Hugh Marshall : b. May 16, 
1865 ; s. of Charles Marshall Hole, 
of Tiverton ; tn. Jan., 1890, Ethel, 
d. of T. Rickman, of Poole. Issue : 
one daughter. Educ. Blundell's 
School; Balliol 1883-7 (W.H.F., 
A.V.D.) ; Newte Ex. ; 4th Jur. 
1887; B.A. 1888; Torpid; Mor- 
rison Fours 1885. Union and 
Brakenbury Socs. Clerk in B.S.A. 
Co., Kimberley 1890, at Capetown, 
and in Administrator's Office, 
Salisbury, 1891 ; Acting Sec. to 
Administrator 1892 ; Civil Com- 
missioner and Magistrate, Salis- 
bury, and Registrar of Deeds for 
Mashonaland, 1893 ; Lieut, in 
Rhodesia Horse during Mashona 
Rebellion 1896 ; Sec. to Adminis- 
trator of Matabeleland 1898 ; J. P., 
Southern Rhodesia ; Civil Com- 
missioner and Government Repre- 
sentative, Bulawayo, 1901 ; Special 
Service in connexion with native 
labour, Arabia, 1901, ditto, Nyasa- 
land and Portuguese E. Africa, 
1909 and 191 1 ; Administrator of 
N.W. Rhodesia 1903-4 and 1907 ; 
Acting Chief Native Commissioner, 
Matabeleland, 1905 ; Sec. to Ad- 
ministration of S. Rhodesia, 1908 ; 
retired on pension 191 3; first Pres. 
of Devonian Soc, and Pres. (twice) 
of Scientific Assoc, Rhodesia ; 
Rhodesian (1896) and Boer (two 
clasps) Wars, and Coronation, 
Medals. Publication : joint author 
(with Earl Grey) Report on Native 
Disturbances in Rhodesia i8g6, 
1898 ; papers and articles on 
Rhodesia in various journals. 
Recreation : Travel. Clubs : Bad- 
minton; Bulawayo and Salisbury 



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(Rhodesia). Address : British 
South Africa Company, 2 London 
Wall Buildings, London, E.C. 
^Holland, Rev. Canon Henry Scott : 

b. Jan. 27, 1847 ; s. of G. H. Hol- 
land, of Wimbledon. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1866-70 (J.R., E.P.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1867 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1870 ; M.A. 1872 ; 
Hon. D.Litt. 1907 ; Hon. D.D. 
191 1 ; Eight ; Torpid. Ordained 
d. 1872, p. 1874 ; Sen. Student 
1870-86, Tutor 1876-86, Censor 
1882-4, Canon 191 1—, Christ 
Church ; Sen. Proctor 1882-3 ; 
Select Preacher at Oxford 1879-80 
and 1895-6 ; Hon. Canon of Truro 
1883-4; Canon 1884-1911, Pre- 
centor 1886-1911, St. Paul's 
Cathedral ; Examining Chapl. to 
Bishop Wilkinson 1883-91, Bishop 
Gott 1891-1900, Bishop of St. An- 
drews 1893— 1908 ; Commissary to 
Bishop of Brisbane 1 885-1 900 ; 
editor of The Commonwealth 1899- ; 
Hon. D.D., Aberdeen, 1903 ; Ro- 
manes Lecturer, Oxford, 1908 ; 
Regius Prof, of Divinity, Oxford, 
191 1-. Publications : The Apos- 
tolic Fathers ; Logic and Life and 
Other Sermons, 1882 ; Creed and 
Character, 1887 ; Christ and Eccle- 
siastes, 1888 ; ' Faith ' (in Lux 
Mundi) and On Behalf of Belief, 
1890 ; Life of Jenny Lind, 1891 ; 
Pleas and Claims, 1892 ; God's 
City, 1894 ; ' Church and State ' (in 
Essays in Aid of Church Reform) 
1898 ; ' Obligation of Civil Law ' (in 
Good Citizenship), 1899; 'Justin 
Martyr ' (in Dictionary of Christian 
Biography) ; Old and New, 1900 ; 
Personal Studies, 1905 ; Vital 
Values, 1906 ; Fibres of Faith, 
1910 ; editor of, and contributor 
to. Miracles, 1912 ; contributor to 
Property : Its Duties and Rights — 
historically, philosophically, and 
religiously regarded, 1913- -Ad- 
dress : Christ Church, Oxford. 
^Holland, Thomas Erskine : b. July 
17, 1835 ; s. of Rev. T. A. Holland, 
Rector of Poynings, Sussex ; m 
(i) 1871, Louise Henriette(d. 1891), 
d. of M. Jean Delessert ; (2) 1895, 
Ellen, d. of David Edwardes and 



widow of Rev. Stephen Edwardes. 
Issue : six sons, one daughter. 
Educ. Brighton Coll. ; Balliol 
1854-5 ; Magdalen (Demy) 1855 ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1856; ist Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1858 ; Chancellor's 
Prize for English Essay i860 ; 
M.A. i860 ; B.C.L. 1871 ; D.C.L. 
1876 ; Fellow, Exeter, 1859-71, 
AH Souls 1875- ; Barrister, L.I., 
1863 ; K.C. 1901 ; Bencher 1907 ; 
Vinerian Reader in English Law 
1874 ; Exam. Law and Hist. 1868, 
Jur. 1873, 4, 5, 1880, I, 2, B.C.L. 
often, Oxford, London Univ., and 
Inns of Court ; Chichele Prof, of 
International Law, 1874-1910 ; 
Prof. Emeritus 1910 ; Assessor of 
Chancellor's Court 1876-1910 ; 
worked for Admiralty, War Ofi&ce, 
and Foreign Office ; member of 
Royal Commission on Food, &c., 
Supply in Time of War, 1903-5 ; 
British Delegate 1903, Plenipoten- 
tiary 1906, Geneva Conference ; 
Hon. citizen of San Ginnesio; 
Hon. Prof, of Law in Univ. of 
Perugia ; Hon. LL.D. Bologna, 
Brussels, Dublin, Glasgow ; Knight 
Cav. 1875, Uffiz. 1885, Commen- 
datore 1908, della Corona d'ltalia ; 
Grand Commander of the Rising 
Sun of Japan 1903 ; F.B.A. 1902 ; 
Corresponding Member, Royal Aca- 
demies of Bologna. Brussels, and 
Padua ; Hon. Member, Univ. of 
St. Petersburg, Juridical Soc. of 
Berlin, and American Soc. of 
International Law ; Member 1878, 
Vice-Pres. 1892 and 1910, Pres. 
1913, Institute of International 
Law. Publications : An Essay on 
Composition Deeds under 24 and 25 
Vict. c. 134, 1864 ; A Plan for the 
Formal Amendment of the Law of 
England, 1867 ; Essays upon the 
Form of the Law, 1870 ; The Insti- 
tutes of Justinian, edited as a recen- 
sion of the Institutes ofGaius, 1873, 
1881 ; joint editor of Select Titles 
from the Digest of Justinian, 1874- 
81 ; Albericus Gentilis, 1874, tra- 
dotto da Aurelio Saffi, 1884 ; The 
Brussels Conferetice of 1^74, and 
other DiplomaticA ttempts to mitigate 
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• Treaty Relations of Russia and 
Turkey, iT;4 to i^SJ, i^^'ith an 
Appendix of Treaties, i%77 ; Al- 
berici Gentilis De lure Belli Lihri 
Tres (edited) 1877 ; The Elements 
of Jurisprudence (which gained 
the Swiney Prize in 1894), 1880, 
nth English edition 1910 ; The 
European Concert in the Eastern 
Question, 1885 ; The Admiralty 
Manual of Naval Prize Law, 1888 ; 
Studies in International Law, 1898 ; 
The War Office Manual of the Laws 
and Customs of War on Land, &c., 
1904 ; Neutral Duties in a Mari- 
time War, 1905 ; The Law of War 
on Land, 1908 ; Letters to the 
Times upon War and Neutrality, 
with some Commentary (1881-1909), 
1909, 2nd ed. (1881-1913), 1914 ; 
Proposed Changes in Naval Prize 
Law (B. Acad.), and Zouche's lus 
Feciale (edited), 191 1 ; Joh. de 
Lignano, De Bello (edited), 1914. 
Address : Poynings House, 74 
Woodstock Road, Oxford. 

Hollway, Charles Robin : h. Dec. 28, 
1894 ; s. of Lieut. -Col. Charles 
Hollway. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
I9i3-(A.W.P.C.); Cl.Sch. Union 
Soc. Address : c/o Holt & Co., 
3 Whitehall Place, London, S.W. 

Hollway-Calthrop, Henry Calthrop : 
formerly Hollway : b. March 4, 
1856 ; s. of James Hollway, of 
Stanhoe, Norfolk ; m. 1879, Wil- 
helmina, d. of David Ralston. 
Educ. Eton (King's Sch.) ; Balliol 
1874-8 (E.A., A.C.B.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1875 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1878 ; 
Taylorian Lecturer, Mich. Term 
1903. J. P. 1877, member of 
County Council 1889-1901, Nor- 
folk ; Bursar of Eton Coll. 1900-. 
Publication : Life of Petrarch, 
1907. Addresses : The Cloisters, 
Eton College, Windsor ; Stanhoe 
Grange, King's Lynn, Norfolk. 

•Holmes, Aubrey : b. Oct. 18, 1880 ; 
s. of Benjamin Holmes, of London. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1898-1901 
(E.J.) ; 2nd Jur., and B.A., 1901 ; 
M.A. 1905 ; Torpid (i). Union 
and Arnold Socs. Barrister, L.L, 
1902 ; Royal Agric. Coll., Ciren- 
cester, 1910 ; formerly engaged in 



farming. Address : 80 Oakwood 
Court, Kensington, London, W. 

Holmes, Rev. Francis William 
Reginald : b. 1870 ; s. of Frank 
Holmes, of Stroud, Glos. Educ. 
Blundell's; Balliol 1888-92 (E.A., 
A.L.S., R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1890; 4th Lit. Hum. 1892; 
B.A. 1893 ; M.A. 1895 ; St. Ste- 
phen's House, Oxford, 1893. 
Ordained d. 1894, p. 1895 ; Curate 
of Buckingham, 1894-7 ; St. 
James's, Clapton, 1897-9 ; Mt. 
Malcolm, W. Aust., 1899-1901 ; 
St. Mary, Stoke Newington, 1902- 
7; Rector of Beaconsfield.W. Aust. 
1 901-2 ; Vicar of St. Michael at 
Bowes, Southgate, 1 907-. A ddress : 
The Vicarage, Palilierston Road, 
Bowes Park, London, N. 

Holmes, Henry Cuthbert : b. Dec 
15, 1890; s. of W. C. Holmes, 
of Victoria, B.C. Educ. McGill 
Univ. ; Balliol 1909-13 (E.H., 
A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1912 ; Univ. Lacrosse 
team v. Cambridge, 1912-13. 
Address : Rocklands, Victoria, 
B.C., Canada. 

Holmes, Henry Wesley: b. March 29, 
1891 ; s. of A. E. Holmes, ofWhalley 
Range, Manchester. Educ. Man- 
chester Gr. School ; Balliol 1909- 
13 (H.B.H., J.W.R.) ; Braken- 
bury Sch. ; 3rd Math. Mods. 1911 ; 
2nd Nat. Sci. (Phys.), and B.A., 
1913. Address : 29 Manley Road, 
Whalley Range, Manchester, S.W. 

Holmes, Maurice Gerald : b. June 
14, 1885 ; s. of E. G. A. Holmes, 
of Crowthome, Berks. Educ. 
Wellington (Sch.) ; Balliol 1904-8 
(A.W.P.C, E.H.) ; 3rd CI. Mods 
1906 ; ist Jur., and B.A., 1908 ; 
Pres. Coll. Athletic Club ; Sec. 
Coll. Tennis Six and Athletic 
Committee. Union and Braken- 
bury Socs. Barrister, LT., 1909 ; 
Jun. Exam., Board of Education, 
1909-. Recreation : Lawn tennis. 
Clubs : Union, Queen's. Address : 
1 King's Bench Walk, Temple, 
London, E.C. 

Holms, John Mitchell : b. June 25, 
1863 ; s. of James Holms, of 
Ibrox, Glasgow ; m. Jan. 1893, 



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d. of M. L. Ferrar, I.C.S. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Blairlodge School ; Balliol 1 88 1-3 
(A.T.) ; Rugby XV ; Pres. I.C.S. 
Debating Soc. ; Law and Economy 
Prizeman in Final Exam, for Pro- 
bationers for I.C.S. Barrister, I.T., 
1913; I.C.S., N.W. Prov. ; Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector, 1883 ; 
Joint Magistrate 1889 ; Jim. Sec. 
to Board of Revenue 1889 and 
i8gi ; Deputy Commissioner 1895 ; 
Magistrate and Collector and Joint 
Sec. to Revenue Board, 1896 ; 
Sec. to Revenue Board 1898 ; 
Inspector-General of Registration 
and Commissioner of Excise 1899 ; 
Magistrate and Collector 1901 ; 
Financial Sec. to Govt. 1903 ; 
member Legislative Council 1903 ; 
Chief Sec. to Govt. 1905 ; mem- 
ber of Excise Committee 1905-6 ; 
C.S.I. 1906 ; Additional member, 
Governor-General's Legislative 
Council, 1908 ; Chief Sec. to Govt., 
United Provinces, 1909 ; Addi- 
tional member Governor-General's 
Legislative Council, and Commis- 
sioner of Fyzabad, 1910. Club : 
East India United Service. Ad- 
dress : Fyzabad, U.P., India. 

Hope, Charles William Webley : 

b. Aug. 9, 1864 ; s. of Rear- 
Admiral C. W. Hope, R.N. Educ. 
Mannamead School, Pl3maouth ; 
Tonbridge; Balliol, 1883-5 (W.M.). 
I.C.S., United Prov. of Agra and 
Oudh ; Assist. Magistrate and 
Collector 1885 ; Joint Magistrate 
1886 ; Assist. Commissioner,Oudh, 
1891 ; Settlement Officer 1893 ; 
Joint Magistrate, and Deputy 
Commissioner, 1896; Magistrate 
and Collector 1903 ; Superinten- 
dent, Dehra Dun, 1904-7 ; retired 
1912. Club : East India United 
Services. Address : Pigeonsford, 
Llangranog, Cardiganshire. 
Hope, Thomas : b. June 12, 
1890; s. of Thomas Hope, of Ro- 
sario, Argentine Republic. Educ. 
Geo. Watson's Coll., and the 
Univ., Edinburgh ; Balliol 1913- 
(A.W.P.C). Union and Arnold 
Socs. Address : 17 Wilton Road, 
Edinburgh. 



Hope-Wallace, Charles Nugent : 

b. Feb. 3, 1877 ; s. of J. G. F. Hope- 
Wallace, of Featherstone Castle, 
Northumberland ; m, Jan. 12, 
1905, Mabel, d. of Col. Chaplin. 
Issue : one son, two daughters. 
Educ. Cheam ; Eton (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1895-9 (J.L.S.D.); 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1897 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1899 ; 
B.A. 1900 ; M.A. 1902. Barrister, 
L.I., 1904 ; ist Division Clerk, 
Charity Commission. Recreations : 
Music, walking, shooting. Club : 
Union. Address : i . Lancaster 
Avenue, Wimbledon Common, 
London, S.W. 

Hopkins, Ernest Threlfall : b. 1861 ; 
s. of J. S. Hopkins, of Edgbaston. 
Educ. Rugby; Balliol 1880-84 
(A.L.S.) ; 2nd CI. Mod. 1882 ; 2nd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1884. 
Address : 5 Portland Road, Edg- 
baston, Birmingham. 

Hopkins, Gerard Walter Sturgis : 
b. April 12, 1892 ; s. of Everard 
Hopkins, of London. Educ. Marl- 
borough ; Balliol 1910- (A.L.S., 
N.S.T., H.M.W., R.G.) ; Williams 
Ex. O.U.D.S. (Pres.). Address : 
7 Pembroke Road, Kensington, 
London, W. 

Hornby, Rev. Hugh Leycester : b. 
Nov. 20, 1888 ; s. of Ven. P. J. 
Hornby, Vicar of St. Michael's, 
Garstang, and Archdeacon of 
Lancaster. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
1907-12 (C.B., H.M.W., N.S.T.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1909 ; 4th Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1911 ; Reserve for 
Univ. Cross Country team 1909. 
2nd Lieut., 5th Batt., King's Own 
Royal Lancaster Regt., Territorial 
Force, 1910 ; ordained d. 1913 ; 
Curate of St. Anne's-on-the-Sea, 
19 1 3. Recreations : Shooting, fish- 
ing. Address : St. Michael's on 
Wyre, Garstang, Lanes. 

Hornby, Ven. Phipps John : b. Jan. 
10, 1853 ; s. of Rev. William 
Hornby, Vicar of St. Michael's on 
Wyre ; m. Dec. 30, 1885, Agnes 
Eleanor, d. of E. H. Leycester 
Penrhyn, J. P., D.L. Issue : four 
sons, two daughters. Educ. Rughy ; 
Balliol 1872-6 (R.G.T., J.L.S.D.) ; 
2nd CI. Mod. 1874 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 



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and B.A., 1876 ; M.A. 1879 ; 
Univ. Trial, 1874-5, and Coll. 
Eights. Dervorgiiilla Soc. Or- 
dained d. 1877, p. 1878 ; Curate of 
Lytbam St. Cuthbert 1877-80 ; 
Curate 1880-5, Vicar 1885-, St. 
Michael'sonWyre; Surrogate, Dio. 
of Manchester, 1896 ; Proctor in 
Convocation 1905-9 ; Archdeacon 
of Lancaster 1909-. Address: The 
Vicarage, St. Michael's on Wyre, 
Garstang, Lanes. 

Hornby, William : 6. Aug. 18, 1893; 
s. of Ven. P. J. Hornby, Vicar of 
St. Michael's, Garstang, and Arch- 
deacon of Lancaster. Educ. Rug- 
by ; Balliol 1912-13 (A.W.P.C). 
Address : The Vicarage, St. Mi- 
chael's on Wyre, Garstang, Lanes. 

Homer, Edward William : b. May 3, 
1888 ; s. of J. F. F. Homer, of 
Mells, Frome. Educ. Eton, Bal- 
liol 1906-10 (J.L.S.D.) ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum. 1910 ; Four. Dervorguilla 
Soc. Address '.Mells, FTonxe,Soia.. 

*Homer, Rev. George William : b. 
June 10, 1849 ; s. of Rev. J. S. H. 
Homer, of Mells, Frome. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1868-72 (E.P., 
T.H.G.) ; and CI. Mod. 1869 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1872 ; M.A. 
1874. Union Soc. Ordained d. 
1874, p. 1875 ; Curate of Ciren- 
cester 1874-5 ; Rector of Mells, 
Som., 1875-92. Publications: 
Bohairic -New Testament, 1898, 
1904 ; Consecration of Church 
according to Coptic Rite ; The 
Ethiopic Statutes of the Apostles ; 
Sahidic Gospels, 1911. Address : 
The Athenaeum, Pall Mall, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

*Homer, Sir John Francis Fortescue : 
6. Dec. 28, 1842 ; s. of Rev. J. S. H. 
Homer, of Mells, Frome ; m. Jan. 
18, 1883, Frances, d. of William 
Graham, of London. Issue : one 
son, two daughters. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1861-5 (J.R.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1863 ; ist Law and Hist. 
1865 ; B.A. 1866 ; M.A. 1873 ; 
Cricket XL Barrister, I.T., 1868 ; 
Commissioner of Woods and 
Forests 1895-1907 ; member of 
Royal Commission on Ancient 
Monuments; K.C.V.0. 1907; Coro- 



nation Medal of King Edward VII. 
Club : United University. Ad- 
dresses : 16 Lower Berkeley St., 
London, W. ; Manor House, Mells, 
Frome, Som. 

♦Homer, John Stuart : b. Aug. 30, 
1855 ; s. of Rev. J. S. H. Homer, 
of Mells, Frome ; m. July 26, 1887, 
Emily, d. of Col. J. F. Birch. Issue : 
three sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1874-7 (J.W.R.) ; 
3rd Math. Mods. 1876 ; 4th Math. 
1877; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1882; 
Eight ; Torpid. Union and Der- 
vorguilla Socs. Worked at London 
School of Mines for three years 
after leaving Balliol ; joined firm, 
1884, now Managing Director, 
John Birch & Co., Engineers, 
Liverpool ; Chairman C.O.S., 
Southwark District Committee ; 
Director Maenofiferen Slate Quarry 
Co. Club : United Universities. 
Addresses : 107 Maple Road, Sur- 
biton ; 2 London Wall Buildings, 
London, E.C. 

Horsley, William Henry : b. 1855 ; 
s. of Rev. Henry Horsley, of Durs- 
ley, Glos. Educ. Marlborough ; 
Balliol 1875-8 ; 2nd Math. Mods. 
1876 ; 4th Math. 1878 ; B.A. 1879. 
Barrister, L.I., 1885 ; Equity 
Draughtsman and Conveyancer. 
Address : 4 Stone Buildings, Lin- 
coln's Inn, London, W.C. 

♦Hoskins, Rev. Charles Thomas : 
b. Sept. 19, 1824 ; s. of Rev. Henry 
Hoskins, Rector of N. Perrott, 
Som. ; m. Lucy Isabella, d. of Rev. 
John Drake, Rector of Stourton, 
Wilts. Issue : two daughters. 
Educ. Ilminster Gr. School ; Eton ; 
Bs41iol 1844-8 (E.C.W., F.T., 
B.J^ ; Somerset Ex. ; B.A. 1848 ; 
M.A. 1865 ; Cricket XL Union 
Soc. Ordained d. 1848, p. 1849 ; 
Cxurate of Misterton 1848-53 ; 
Pepper Harrow 1853 ; Chilton- 
Cantello 1854-6; St. Mark's, N. 
Audley St., London, 1856-7 ; 
Rector, CUpsham 1858-76, North 
Perrott 1876-1908. Address: Plas 
Gwyn, Babbacombe, S. Devon. 

Hoskyns, Henry William Paget : 
b. Feb. 5, 1853; s. of H. W. 
Hoskyns, of N. Peirott Manor, 



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Som. ; m. Mabella Hariette 
Georgina, d. of Capt. Whitby, of 
Creswell Hall, Stafford. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1 871-5 ; and Mod. Hist. 1875 ; 
B.A. 1876 ; Torpid ; Morrison 
Fours. Barrister, I.T., 1880 ; 
Underwriting Member of Lloyd's ; 
Director of the Tyser Line, Ltd., 
and local Director of Parr's Bank, 
Ltd. ; J. P., member of Coxmty 
Council, High Sheriff, 191 3, Somer- 
set. Clubs : United Universities, 
Burlington Fine Arts, Leander ; 
Somerset County. Address : North 
Perrott Manor, Crewkeme, Som. 

Hoskyns, Rev. Canon Sir John 
Lelg^, 9th Bart. : b. Feb. 4, 1817 ; 
s. of Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, 7th 
Bart., of Cheltenham ; tn. 1846, 
Emma, d. of Admiral Sir J. G. 
Peyton. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
1835 ; Magdalen (Demy) 1837-43 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1839 ; 
M.A. 1841. Ordained d. 1840, 
p. 1842 ; Curate of Dunchurch 
1840-1; Lugwardinei84i-5; Fel- 
low of Magdalen 1843-5 ; Rector 
of Aston Tyrrold 1845-1911; Select 
Preacher, Oxford, 1855-6 ; Rural 
Dean of Wallingford 1860-1902. 
Address : Aston Tyrrold Rectory, 
Wallingford. [Died Dec. 8, 19 11.] 

House, Henry Frederick : b. 1864 ; 
s. of Richard House, of Bristol. 
Educ. Bristol Gr. School ; Balliol 
1882-4 (W.M.); I.C.S. 1882; 
N.W. Provinces and Oudh ; Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector; Joint 
Magistrate ; Assist. Superinten- 
dent, Dehra Dun, and Assist. 
Commissioner; Settlement Ofl&cer 
1893 ; Magistrate and Collector 
1897 ; Sec. to Revenue EJ^ard 
1900-2 ; Opium Agent, Benares, 
1902; retired 1911. Publication: 
Editor of N.W. Provinces Rent 
Act. Address : c/o India Oflace, 
Whitehall, London, S.W. 

House, William : b. 1859 ; s. of 
John House, of Taunton. Educ. 
Non-CoU. 1884 ; New-Inn-Hall 
1886 ; Balliol 1887. Address : 
The Parsonage, Stoke St. Gregory, 
Taunton. 

*Howard, Frederick Thomas : b. 



Jan. 18, 1868 ; s. of Charles 
Howard, Schoolmaster, of Sud- 
biury, Derby ; nt. Feb. 13, 1897, 
Mary, d. of Ivor James, Registrar 
of Univ. of Wales. Issue : one 
son. Educ. Denstone Coll. ; Non- 
CoU. 1887 ; Balliol 1888-91 (J.C.) ; 
2nd Nat. Sci. (Geol.), B.A., and 
Burdett Coutts Sch., 1890 ; M.A. 
1894. Lecturer in Geology and 
Geography, University Coll., Car- 
diff, 1 891-6 ; H.M. Inspector of 
Schools 1896 ; H.M. Divisional In- 
spector for London i9r2-. Publi- 
cations : Geological papers, chiefly 
on S. Wales. Address : Board of 
Education, Whitehall, London, 
S.W. 

Howard, Rev. John Thomas : b. 
July 23, 1838 ; s. of Rev. J. F. 
Howard, Rector of Yattendon. 
Educ. Tonbridge (Ex.) ; Balliol 
1857-9 (W.C.L., J.R.) ; Magdalen 
(Clerkship) 1859 ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1858; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. 
Ordained d. 1865, p. 1866 ; Curate 
of Swaffham 1866-7 ; Besthorpe 
1868-9 ; Blofield 1869-77 ; Star- 
ston 1877-8 ; Pulham, St. Mary 
the Virgin, 1878-80 ; Vicar of 
Great Plumstead 1880-97 ; Cbapl. 
at Mt. Caux 1898 ; Locarno 1899. 
Address : 349 Unthank Road, 
Norwich. [Died July 9, 1913.] 

^Howard, William Newman : b. 
Sept. 19, 1882 ; s. of Walter 
Howard, of Weybridge ; m. Nov. 
26, 1910, Margaret, d. of William 
Miuray, of Glasgow. Educ. Har- 
row ; Balliol 1901-5 (F.F.U., 
A.L.S., H.W.C.D.); 3rd Mod. 
Hist. 1904 ; B.A. 1905 ; M.A. 
1909. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Associate of Institute of Chartered 
Accountants 1908. Recreations : 
Golf, tennis, music. Club : Na- 
tional Liberal. Address : c/o 
Howard, Howes & Co., 28 Norfolk 
St., Strand, London, W.C. 

Howe Browne, Rev. Arthiu* Henry : 
b. Oct. 16, 1881 ; s. of Hon. 
Richard Howe Browne, of Hove, 
Sussex. Educ. Winchester ; Bal- 
liol 1900-4 (F.F.U.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1904 ; M.A. 1907. 
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Theol. Coll. 1905 ; ordainedd. 1905, 
p. 1906; Curate of Witney 1905-8 ; 
Curate 1908-9, Vicar 1909-, St. 
John's, East Dulwich. Address : 
St. John's Vicarage, East Dulwich, 
London, S.E. 

Howley, Thomas : b. 1831 ; s. of 
Thomas Howley, of Bamgalore, 
East Indies. Educ. Bishop Cowie's 
Gr. School, Madras ; Balliol 1879- 
81 ; Hon. M.A. 1881 ; Teacher of 
Telugu, 1878-85. 

Hoyle, Basil William Edmund : b. 
April 13, 1893 ; s. of Rev. J. F. 
Hoyle, Vicar of Stoke Poges. Educ. 
Radley ; Balliol 1912- (C.B.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1914. Address : 
Stoke Poges Vicarage, Slough. 

Hozier, James Henry Cecil : see 
Newlands, Lord. 

Httckin, Victor Henry St. John : b. 
July 22, 1880 ; s. of Rev. Dr. 
Huckin, Head Master of Repton. 
Educ. Mr. St. John Parry's, Stoke 
Poges ; Eton ; Balliol 1899-1903 
(J.W.R.) ; 3rd Math. Mods. 1901 ; 
4th Math., and B.A., 1903 ; M.A. 
1906. Entered Consular Service 
1906 ; Vice-Consul and Archivist 
to Legation (Charge d' Affaires for 
one year diuing absence of Minis- 
ter), Bogota, 1907 ; Vice-Consul, 
Bergen, 1912-. Addresses : Brit- 
ish Consulate, Bergen, Norway ; 
Worcester Park, Surrey. 

Hudson, Arthur : b. Jan. 7, 1861 ; 
s. of Henry Hudson, of Walsoken ; 
m. 1899, Mary Rose, d. of Capt. 
Donald McBamet, 79th High- 
landers, and 9th Regt. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Private ; Non- 
Coil., and New-Inn-Hall, 1886 ; 
Balliol 1887-90 ; B.A. 1890 ; M.A. 
1900. Union Soc. Barrister, 
I.T., 1892 ; District Commissioner 
1896, Solicitor - General 1897, 
Attorney-General 1901, Judge of 
Supreme Court 1903, Sierra Leone ; 
Attorney-General 1908, K.C. 1910, 
Gold Coast ; Fellow of Colonial 
Institute ; member African Soc. 
Clubs : St. James's, Authors'. 
Addresses: 11 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, London, E.C. ; 2 Vicarage 
Gardens, Kensington, London, W. 

Hughes, John David Ivor : b. 



Nov. 12, 1885 ; s. of J. B. Hughes, 
of Nottingham. Educ. University 
Coll. of Wales, Aberystwyth ; Bal- 
liol 191 1- (E.H.) ; Powell Prize 
1912 ; Torpid ; Eight (2). Pres. 
Univ. Law Moot Soc. Barrister, 
M.T., 1910 ; Studentship of Coun- 
cil of Legal Education. Address : 
5 Herbert Road, Nottingham. 

♦Hughes, Rt. Rev. Joshua Prichard: 
b. Feb. 13, 1847 ; s. of Rt. Rev. 
Joshua Hughes, Bishop of St. 
Asaph ; m. 1886, Blanche Eliza, 
d. of Archibald Campbell. Issue : 
one son, two daughters. Educ. 
Llandovery ; Shrewsbury ; Bal- 
liol 1866-70 ; Powis Ex. ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1868; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1870 ; B.A. 1871 ; M.A. 1876 ; 
D.D. (by diploma) 1905. Ordained 
d. 1871, p. 1872 ; Curate of Neath 
1872-7 ; Vicar of Newcastle, 
Glam., 1877-84, Llantrisant 1884- 
1905 ; Chapl. to Bishop of Llan- 
daff 1900-5 ; Bishop of Llandafi 
1905-. Club : Athenaeum. Ad- 
dress : The Palace, Llandaff. 

Hughes-Buller, Ralph Buller : for- 
merly Hughes ; b. 1871 ; s. of 
Sir W. T. Hughes, K.C.B., of 
Dunley, Bovey Tracey ; m. 1898, 
Elizabeth, d. of Very Rev. Norman 
MacLeod, Dean of the Thistle. 
Issue : one daughter. Educ. 
Marlborough ; Balliol 1890-2 
(W.M.) ; Rugby XV. Dervor- 
guilla Soc. I.C.S., Bengal ; Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector, and 
Assist. Settlement Officer, 1892-8 ; 
Political Agent, and Secretariat 
duties. Political Department, 
Government of India, 1898-1906 ; 
special duty, Delhi Coronation 
Durbar (medal), 1902-3 ; re- 
transferred to East Bengal and 
Assam 1906 ; Magistrate and 
Collector of Barkarganj ; Sec. 
to Government, General and 
Revenue Department ; CLE. 
1908 ; Inspector-General of Police 
1910 ; re-transferred to Bengal 
1912 ; Director of Criminal Intel- 
ligence, Government of India, 191 3 ; 
Inspector-General of Police, Ben- 
gal, and King's Police Medal, 1914. 
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of Baluchistan, 1901 ; articles on 
' Baluchistan ' in Revised Gazetteer 
of India ; Provincial Gazetteer of 
Baluchistan ; author of several 
volumes of Baluchistan District 
Gazetteer Series ; Horses and 
Camels in Baluchistan. Clubs : 
Isthmian ; Bengal (Calcutta). Ad- 
dress : Woodhayes, Whimple, 
Devon. 

Hull-Brown, Rev. Richard Arthur : 
formerly Hull ; b. 1844 ; s. of 
Rev. R. P. Hull, of Buxton. 
Educ. Cheltenham ; Balliol 1861- 
4 ; B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1868. Ad- 
dress : Golf Links Club House, 
St. Andrews, Scotland. 

Hulme, John Charles : b. 1822 ; 
s. of Rev. George Hulme, of 
Shinfield, Berks. Educ. Balliol 
1840-4 ; B.A. 1844. 

Hulse, Sir Edward Hamilton Wes- 
trow, 7th Bart. : b. Aug. 31, 1889 ; 
s. of Sir E. H. Hulse, 6th Bart. 
Educ. Eton; Balliol 1907-11 
(A.L.S., E.J.P., F.F.U.); B.A. 

1912. Lieut., 2nd Scots Guards, 

1913. Address: Breamore House, 
Breamore, Hants. 

Hulse, Haiailton John : b. Feb. 21, 
1864 ; s. of Sir Edward Hulse, 5th 
Bart. ; m. April 27, 1908, Estelle, 
d. of W. Lorillard Campbell. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Harrow ; 
BalUol 1882-6 (W.H.F., A.L.S.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1883. Barrister, I.T., 
1889 ; Private Sec. to Lord Ran- 
dolph Churchill 1890-4 ; J. P., and 
member County Council 1897-1904, 
Hants. Recreations : Hunting, 
shooting. Clubs: Bachelor's, Bath, 
Garrick. Address: Sandle Manor, 
Fordingbridge, Hants. 

'Humphry, Hugh HcNab : b. 
March i, 1855 ; s. of J. T. 
Humphry, Barrister-at-law ; m. 
April 7, 1896, Dora, d. of John 
Ord, J. P., of Overwhitton, Rox- 
biu-ghshire. Issue : one son, two 
daughters. Educ. Winchester ; 
Balliol 1873-6 ; 2nd Jur., and 
B.A., 1876 ; M.A. 1881 ; Torpid ; 
Cricket XI (Sec.) ; Coll. Double 
Racquets (with R. R. Farrer) 
1875. Dervorguilla Soc. Barris- 
ter, L.I., 1879 ; Equity Draughts- 



man and Conveyancer. Publica- 
tion : The Viking, and Other Poems, 
1906. Club : Oxford and Cambridge. 
A ddress : 4 New Square, Lincoln's 
Inn, London, W.C. 

Hunebelle, Jules Charles Alfred : 
b. 1 861 ; s. of Edouard Hunebelle, 
of Paris. Educ. Paris Univ. ; Bal- 
liol 1889-90 (A.L.S.). Address : 
93 Avenue Mala Kaff, Paris. 

Hunt, Arthur Percy : 6. March 20, 
1878 ; s. of Thomas Hunt, of 
Oxford ; m. Nov. 25, 1899, Maria, 
d. of B. P. Chick, of Godalming. 
Issue : two children. Educ. 
Wesleyan Higher Grade, and Boys' 
High (Sch.) Schools, Oxford ; Bal- 
liol 1897-1901 (J.C, W.H.F., 
H.W.C.D.) ; B.A. 1901. Assist., 
and later Sub-, Lib., Balliol, 
1 895-1 903 ; Assist. Sec. and Lib. 
Manchester Literary and Philo- 
sophical Soc., 1903-11; Lib., 
Shefi&eld Univ., 1911-. Address: 
The University, Sheffield. 

Hunt, Charles William : b. Dec. i, 
1866; s. of W. H. Hunt, of 
Alresford. Educ. Trent Coll. ; 
BalUol 1885-8 (W.H.F., E.A., 
R.L.N.) ; B.A. 1889. Joint Head 
Master, Hill-Brow Prep. School. 
Address : Hill-Brow Preparatory 
School, Meads, Eastbourne. 

♦Hunt, Colin Bertram : 6. Feb. 22, 
1881 ; s. of Dr. Bertram Hunt, of 
London; m. April 29, 1911, 
Dorothea Mary, d. of R. F. 
Charles, Master of City of Lon- 
don School. Issue : one son. 
Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 1899- 
1903 (A.W.P.C, J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1901 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1903 ; M.A. 1909 ; Tor- 
pid. Union and Brakenbury Socs. 
H.M. Jim. Inspector of Elem. 
Schools, Buckinghamshire, 1907- 
10 ; Inspector, Kent, 1910-12, 
StafiEordshire 1913-14, Oxfordshire 
1914-. Address: Board of Educa- 
tion, Whitehall, London, S.W. 

♦Hunt, Edmund Henderson : b. 
Nov. 23, 1874 ; s. of J. M. Hunt, 
of Dorking ; m. Laura Mary, 
d. of Sir James Buckingham, 
CLE. Issue : two sons, three 
daughters. Educ. Temple Grove, 

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East Sheen ; Harrow ; Balliol 
1893-7 (J.C, D.H.N.) ; ist Nat. 
Sci. (Phys.), and B.A. 1897; 
M.A., M.B., B.Ch., 1900; M.Ch. 
1903. Univ. Water Polo Team 
1906 ; Coll. Lawn Tennis Team ; 
member Univ. Skating Club, 
O.U. Jun. Sci. Club (Sec), and 
Brakenbury Soc. Resident Medi- 
cal Officer, Radcliffe Infirmary, 
1901 ; House Siurgeon 1901-2, 
Midwifery Assist. 1902-3, St. Bar- 
tholomew's Hospital ; F.R.C.S. 
1903; Chief Medical Officer N.G.S. 
Railway.and Surgeon-Capt. Hyder- 
abad Volunteer Rifles, 1903- ; 
Royal Humane Soc. Certificate 
1896. Club : Authors'. Address : 
Secimderabad, Deccan, India. 

Hunt, John Willets Bertram : b. 
Aug. 4, 1884 ; s. of Bertram Himt, 
M.D. Educ. Charterhouse ; Bal- 
liol 1903-7 (A.W.P.C, A.L.S.); 
3rd Mod. Hist. 1907 ; B.A. 1910. 
Address : 15 Cheyne Gardens, 
Chelsea, London, S.W. 

*Hunt, Rev. Oswald Andrew : b. 
Jan. 7, 1879 ; s. of J. M. Hunt, 
of Dorking. Educ. Temple Grove, 
East Sheen ; Harrow ; Balliol 
1897-1901 (A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1901 ; M.A. 1904. 
Union and Brakenbury Socs. Ox- 
ford House, Bethnal Green, 1901-2 ; 
Wells Theol. Coll. 1903-4 ; or- 
dained d. 1904, p. 1905 ; Curate 
of St. Mary, Portsea, 1904-. 
Address : The Vicarage, Portsea. 

•Hunt, Wilfrid Mortimer : b. Feb. 
21, 1871 ; s. of J. M. Hxmt, of 
Dorking ; tn. July 28, 1904, 
Anne Henrietta, d. of Hugo 
Honnet, of Johaimesburg. Issue : 
four children. Educ. Temple 
Grove, East Sheen ; Harrow ; 
Balliol 1889-93 (T.R.) ; ist Jur., 
and B.A., 1892 ; ist B.C.L., and 
Vinerian Sch., 1893 ; M.A. and 
B.C.L. 1896 ; Lawn Tennis Team 
(Sec). Studentship, Coimcil of 
Legal Education, and Barrister, 
L.I., 1894 ; Equity Draughtsman 
and Conveyancer. Addresses : 33 
Royal Crescent, Holland Park 
Avenue, London, W. ; 6 New 
Court, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 



Hunter, John Leslie : b. Jan. 10, 
1873 ; s. of James Hunter, of 
Glenapp, Ayrshire ; tn. Jan. 4, 
1901, Gertrude Caroline, d. of 
Gen. Sir William Hughes. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Cargilfield, Edinburgh ; Harrow ; 
Balliol 1892-5 (E.A., T.R.); 
4th Jur., and B.A., 1895 ; Rugby 
XV; Cricket XI. Dervorguilla 
and Annandale Socs. Partner in 
Fielding, Son, & MacLeod, Stock- 
brokers ; member of The Royal 
Archers, H.M. Bodyguard for 
Scotland. Recreations : Polo, 
shooting, fishing. Clubs : New 
University, Wellington Fly 
Fishers' ; County (Ayr), Univer- 
sity (Edinburgh). Addresses : Codi- 
cotebury, Welwyn, Herts. ; Austin 
Friars House, London, E.C. 

Hunter, John Maurice : b. April 17, 
1885 ; s. of Rev. Dr. John Hunter, 
of Glasgow. Educ. Kelvinside 
Academy, Glasgow ; University 
Coll. School, London ; Private ; 
Balliol 1904-8 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.); 
2nd Mod. Hist. 1908 ; B.A. 1909 ; 
Lawn Tennis VI. Arnold Soc. 
(Vice-Pres. and Sec). With 
Williams & Norgate, Publishers, 
1910 ; editorial department of 
Glasgow Herald, igii ; Temporary 
Examiner 1911, Jun. Exam. 1912-, 
Board of Education. Publication : 
Machiavelli {Oxford and Cambridge 
Review, 1910). Recreations : Play- 
writing, lawn tennis, walking. 
Address : Board of Education, 
Whitehall, London, S.W. 

Hunter, William Chevers : b. July 
15, 1870 ; s. of Sir W. W. Hunter, 
K.C.S.I. ; m. 1897, Marian Eliza- 
beth, d. of Rev. W. P. Robinson, 
D.D., Warden of Trinity Coll., 
Glenalmond. Issue : one son, two 
daughters. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1888-90 (E.A.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1890 ; Torpid (2). Dervorguilla 
Soc Royal Military Coll. 1 890-1; 
2nd Lieut. 1892, Lieut. 1893, 
Capt. 1899, Oxfordshire Light 
Infantry ; served with regiment 
in Burma, India, and at home 
till 1900 ; Special Service Officer 
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on Staff in India 1901-2 ; Adjutant 
of Volunteers in England 1902-7 ; 
retired 1908 ; since retirement 
engaged with O.T.C., Wellington 
Coll. Recreations : Polo and pig- 
sticking (while in India), motoring, 
hunting, boating. Clubs : Naval 
and Military, Old Etonian Assoc. 
(Eton). ^ (idr^ss : Deanbum, Wel- 
lington College Station, Berks. 

Hunter-Blair, James : b. May 7, 
1889; s. of Capt. E. Hunter- 
Blair, R.N. Educ. Wellington 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1907-11 (F. de P., 
A.W.P.C, J.A.S., A.D.L.) ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1909 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 19H. Union Soc. Address: 
Blairqiihar, Maybole, Scotland. 

Hurry, Arnold Eardley : b. Aug. 5, 
1861 ; s. of Rev. Nicholas Hurry, 
of Bournemouth; m. May 22, 1900, 
Ellen Elizabeth, d. of J. H. E. 
Alley, of Moscow. Issue : one son. 
Educ. City of London School ; 
Balliol 1880-2 (A.T.), Student, 
I.T., 1880 ; B.A., London, i88i. 
I.C.S., Assist. Commissioner, Pun- 
jab, 1882-6 ; ditto and Deputy 
ditto, Burma, 1886-90 ; re-trans- 
ferred to Punjab 1890 ; Jun. Sec. 
to Government 1895 ; Deputy Com- 
missioner 1896 ; Divisional Judge 
1897 ; retired 1908. Address : 
Hempsted Court, Gloucester. 

Hutchings, De Witt Vermilye : b. 
Aug. 18, 1879 ; s. of G. L. 
Hutchings, of New Jersey, U.S.A. ; 
m. Sept. 13, 1909, AUis Harden- 
biurg, d. of F. A. Miller, of River- 
side, Cal. Educ. Princeton Univ. ; 
Balliol 1905-6 (A.L.S.). Union 
Soc. Manager, Astor Safe Deposit 
Co., N.Y. City, 1907-8; Assist, do., 
Glenwood Mission Inn, Riverside, 
California, 1909-. Address : The 
Mission Inn, Riverside, California, 
U.S.A. 

Hutchinson, George Adrian : b. 
May 15, 1885 ; s. of W. G. Hutch- 
inson, of Leicester. Educ. Magda- 
len Coll. School, Oxford ; Balliol 
1904-8 (H.B.H.) ; 2nd Nat. Sci. 
(Chem.) 1908 ; B.A. 1909. Ad- 
dress : 8 Leam Terrace, Leaming- 
ton. [Died Dec. 1912.] 

Hutchinson, William Doge : b. 



AprU 26, 1883 ; s. of W. G. 
Hutchinson, of Leicester ; m. 
June 2, 1909, Else, d. of Karl 
Thieme, of Miinchen. Educ. 
Latin School, Vevey, Switzerland ; 
Private ; Balliol 1902-6 (H.B.H.) ; 
2nd Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 
1906 ; Univ. Lacrosse Club (Sec.) ; 
Torpid (2). Union and Arnold 
(Sec.) Socs. Engaged for two years 
at Rothamsted Experimental Sta- 
tion ; Munich (botany) for six 
months ; afterwards in chemistry 
work. Recreations : Skiing, sail- 
ing, tennis. Club : Academical Ski 
(Miinchen). Address: Seestrasse 
5/II, Miinchen, Bavaria. 

Hutton, James Boswell : b. 1888 ; 
s. of James Hutton, of Fossoway, 
I^nross-shire. Educ. Dollar Aca 
demy ; Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 
1910- (A.W.P.C, C.B., R.G.); 
Snell Ex., and Newlands Sch. ; 
1st CI. Mods. 1912. Union Soc. 
Address : Aitken Cottage, Fosso- 
way, Kinross-shire. 

Huxley, Aldous Leonard : 2).July26, 
1894 ; s. of Leonard Huxley, of 
London. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1913- (C.B., N.S.T.). Address: 
27 West bourne Square, London, W. 

Huxley, Gervas : b. April 6, 1894 ; 
s. of Henry Huxley, of London. 
Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 1913- 
(F.F.U., E.H.). Address : 51 Por- 
chester Terrace, London, W. 

Huxley, Julian Sorel : b. June 22, 
1887 ; s. of Leonard Huxley, of 
London. Educ. Eton (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1906-9 (H.B.H.) ; Brakenbury 
Sch. ; Newdigate Prize 1908 ; Bio- 
logical Sch. at Naples, ist Nat. 
Sci. (Zool)., and B.A., 1909 ; Prox. 
Acces. RoUeston Memorial Prize 
191 2 ; High Jmnp v. Cambridge 
1908, 9. Union, Arnold, and 
Brakenbury Socs. Lecturer in 
Biology, Balliol, and Univ. De- 
monstrator in Zoology, 1910-12 ; 
Prof, of Biology, the Rice Insti- 
tute. Address : The Rice Insti- 
tute, Houston, Texas, U.S.A. 

Huxley, Leonard : b. Dec u, i860 ; 
s. of Prof. T. H. Huxley, Pres. of 
Royal Soc. ; m. (i) 1885, Julia 
Frances (d. 1908), d. of Thomas 

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Arnold. Issue : three sons, one 
daughter; (2) 1912, Rosalind, d. 
of W. W. Bruce. JEduc. Univer- 
sity Coll. School ; St. Andrews 
Univ. ; Balliol 1880-3 (E.A., 
J.L.S.D.) ; Ex. ; ist CI. Mods, 
1881 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1883. Brakenbury Soc. Assist, 
to Prof, of Greek at St. Andrews 
Univ. 1883-4 ; Assist. Master, 
Charterhouse School, 1884-1901 ; 
Literary Adviser to Smith, Elder 
& Co., 1901-. Publications : Trans- 
lation of Hausrath's New Testa- 
ment Times, Part ii. Time of 
the Apostles (4 vols.), 1895 ; Life 
of Huxley, 1900 ; Letters of a 
Betrothed, 1906 ; Thoughts on 
Education from the Writings of 
Matthew Arnold, 1912 ; arranged 
Scott's Last Expedition, 1913 ; 
various contributions to Cornhill, 
Strand, and. Everyman's Magazines, 
&c. Recreations : Music, chess, 
walking, skating, tennis, cycling, 
and a rock-garden when attainable. 
Club : Athenaeum. Address : 27 
Westboume Square, London, W. 

Huxley, Noel Trevenen : b. Dec. 23, 
1889 ; s. of Leonard Huxley, of 
London. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1908-13 (J.W.R., A.D.L.) ; Hon. 
Sch. ; ist Math. Mods. 1909 ; Jun. 
Math. Sch. 1910 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1912 ; Univ. High Jump 
V. Cambridge 1910, 11, 12. Civil 
Service. Address: 27 Westboume 
Square, London, W. 

Hyoari, Mahomed Saleh Akbar : 
b. Oct. iz, 1894 ; s. of M. A. N. 
Hydari, of Hyderabad. Educ. 
Bombay Univ. ; Private ; Balliol 



1913- (E.H., N.S.T.). Union and 
Arnold Socs. Address : Hydera- 
bad, Deccan, India, 
*Hythe, Viscount, Brassey, Hon. 
Thomas AUnutt : b. March 7, 1863 ; 
s. of ist Earl Brassey; m. 1889, 
Lady Idina Nevill Lady of Justice 
of Order of St. John or Jerusalem 
in England, d. of ist Marquess of 
Abergavenny. Educ. Eton; Bal- 
liol 1882-5 (F, de P., A.L.S.); 
2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1886 ; 
M,A. 1902 ; Hon. Fellow of Balliol 
1907; Hon. D.C.L. 1911 ; Capt. 
of Boat Club 1885. Originator 
of and Trustee of the Balliol 
Coll. (1904), and also of the 
Univ., Endowment Funds ; editor 
Naval Annual, x&go-igo2 ', Assist. 
Private Sec. to Earl Spencer when 
First Lord of Admiralty ; Assist. 
Sec. Royal Commission on Opium 
1894 ; contested Epsom Division 
of Surrey 1892 ; Christchurch 1895 
and 1900 ; Devonport 1902 ; 
Lieut.-Col. West Kent Yeomanry 
Cavalry ; raised 69th Co. Imperial 
Yeomanry ; First Acting Civil 
Governor of Pretoria, 1900 ; mem- 
ber of Archbishop's Committee on 
Church Finance 1910-11 ; Chair- 
man of Chichester Diocesan Board 
of Finance ; Commander of Crown 
of Italy ; Knight of Grace of Order 
of St. John of Jerusalem ; J. P. 
Sussex. Publications : Problems 
of Empire ; The Case for Devolu- 
tion, 1913. Recreations : Hunting, 
deer-stalking, shooting. Addresses: 
II Hereford Gardens, London, W. ; 
28 Victoria Street, London, S.W. ; 
Normanhurst, Battle, Sussex. 



I 



Iddesleighi 2nd Earl of, Northoote, 
Walter Stafford : b. Aug. 7, 1845 ; 
s. of ist Earl of Iddedeigh ; m. 
1868, Elizabeth Lucy, d. of Sir 
H. S. Meysey-Thompson, Bart. 
Issue : one son, two daughters. 
£<iMc.Eton; Balliol 1863-6; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1865. Private Sec. to his 
fat her 1 867-8 and 1874-7; member 
Inland Revenue Board 1877-92. 



Publications : Belinda Fitzwarren, 
1901 ; Luck o' Lassendale, 1902 ; 
Charms, 1904 ; Dowland Castle, 
1907 ; lone Chaloner. Club: Athe- 
naeum. Address: Pynes.Nr. Exeter. 
^Dbert, Sir Courtenay Peregrine : 
b. June 12, 1841 ; s. of Rev. P. A. 
Ilbert, of Thurlestone ; m. June 27, 
1874, Jessie, d. of Rev. Charles 
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Educ. Marlborough (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1860-6 (E.C.W.), Sch. and Jen- 
kyns Ex. ; Hertford Sch. 1861 ; 
I St CI. Mods, and Ireland Sch. 
1862 ; Craven Sch., ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1864 ; Eldon Law Sch. 
1867 ; M.A. 1871 ; Fellow 1864- 
74, Bursar 1870-80, Balliol ; 
Union Soc. (Lib. 1864-5, Pres. 
1865). Barrister, L.I. ,1869; Coun- 
sel to Education Department 1879- 
82 ; Law Member of Council of 
Governor-General of India 1882-6 ; 
CLE. 1882 ; C.S.I. 1885 ; Pres. of 
Governor-General's Council 1886 ; 
Vice-Chancellor of Calcutta Univ. 
1885-6 ; Assist. Parliamentary 
Counsel 1886-9, Counsel 1889- 
1902, to the Treasury ; K.C.S.I. 
1895 ; Clerk to the House of Com- 
mons 1902- ; Trustee of Jowett 
Memorial Fund ; Romanes Lec- 
turer 1904 ; K.C.B. 1908 ; G.C.B. 
191 1 ; Chairman of Statute Law 
Committee and of Exec. Com- 
mittee of Soc. of Comparative 
Legislation ; member of Board of 
Governors London School of 
Economics ; British Academy 
(Council 1902-10) ; Council of 
Marlborough Coll. ; Vice- Pres. of 
London Library. Publications : 
The Government of India, 1898 ; 
Legislative Methods and Forms, 
1901 ; Montesquieu (Romanes' Lec- 
ture), 1904 ; Parliament, 1911 ; The 
Mechanics of Law Making (Car- 
pen tier Lectures), 1914. Club: Athe- 
naeum. Addresses: Speaker's Court, 
Palace of Westminster, London, 
S.W. ; Troutwells, Penn, Bucks. 

Ingham, John Young : b. April 30, 
1892 ; s. of George Ingham, of 
Middlestown, Wakefield. Educ. 
Wakefield Gr. School; BalUol 
191 1- (J.W.R.) ; WUliams Ex. ; 
2nd Math. Mods. 1913. Union 
Soc. Address: Bumbrae, Middles- 
town, Wakefield, Yorks. 

■^Inkster, George Leonard Macaulay: 
b. Dec. 27, 1885 ; s. of S. M. Ink- 
ster, of the Shetland Is. Educ. 
Rugby; Balliol 1904-8 (H.B.H., 
A.L.S., H.W.C.D.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1908 ; B.A. and M.A. 1912 ; 
Univ. Lacrosse Team 1905-6, and 



6-7. Journalist ; Dramatic Critic 
of Sheffield Daily Telegraph 1910 ; 
contributor to Manchester Reper- 
tory Theatre 1910. Address : 57 
Constantine Road, Hampstead, 
London, N.W. 

lonides, Constantine Albert : b. 

Aug. 26, 1863 ; s. of C. A. lonides, 
of Hove ; m. April 17, 1894, Eve- 
lyn Frederica, d. of A. R. Capel. 
Issue : one son, two daughters. 
Educ. Radley; Kiel; Balliol 
1882-5 (A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 
1885 ; B.A. 1886 ; M.A. 1891 ; 
Torpid ; Eight. Union and Der- 
vorguilla Socs. Barrister, I.T., 
1886 ; member London Stock 
Exchange 1886—. Clubs : Oxford 
and Cambridge, Burlington Fine 
Arts, Royal Automobile. Address : 
10 Second Avenue, Hove, Sussex. 
lonides, Stephen Archlgenes : b. 

June 7, 1880 ; s. of C. A. lonides, 
of Hove ; m. Aug. 31, 1907, Louise 
Lydia, d. of H. SUliman, of Chicago, 
U.S.A. Issue : one daughter. 
Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 1898- 
1902 (J.C, H.B.H.) ; 1st Nat. Sci. 
(Chem.), and B.A., 1902. Address: 
1040 Corona Street, Denver, U.S.A. 

Irby, Grevllle Northey : b. Aug. 24, 
1889; s. of Hon. C. S. Irby, 
of Taplow, Bucks. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1909-11 (A.L.S., N.S.T., 
H.W.C.D.). Address : Mitcham 
Grange, Taplow, Bucks. 

Irving, Edward Hamilton : 6. Jan. 7, 
1856 ; s. of M. H. Irving, Prof, of 
Classics n Melbourne Univ.; m. 
Dec. 29, 1881, Julia, d. of H. W. 
De Mole, of Melbourne. Educ. 
Scotch and Wesley Colls., Mel- 
bourne (Dux and Argus Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1875-8 (E.A., R.L.N.) ; 
Non-Coil. 1878 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1879 ; B.A. 1880 ; Univ. Shooting 
VIII V. Cambridge 1877 ; Torpid ; 
Eight. M.A., Melbourne, 1880; 
2nd Master 1881-3, Head ditto 
1884-5, Hawthorn Gr. School ; 
afterwards engaged in teaching, 
coaching, and examination work ; 
Lecturer in Classics for one year, 
and sometime Examiner in Classics 
for Matriculation and Degree 
examinations, Melbourne Univ. ; 
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editor of Kalgoorlie Standard 1897- 
8 ; sub-editor 1898-1900, editor 
1901-, Kalgoorlie Miner. Publica- 
tions : Verse translation of Horace's 
Odes, Book I (with J. Holland) ; 
newspaper leader work, &c. Re- 
creations : Rowing, rifle-shooting, 
cycling, croquet. Addresses: Miner 
Office, Hannan St., and 46 Lyall 
St., Kalgoorlie, Wjstern Australia. 

Irving, Martin Howy : b. Feb. 21, 
1 831 ; s. of Rev. Edward Irving, 
of St. Pancras, London ; m. (i) 
1855, Caroline Mary, d. of Capt. 
Benyeres, Sec. L. & N.W. Railway. 
Issue : four sons, five daughters ; 
(2) Mary, d. of John Mowat, of 
Dublin. Issue : one son, three 
daughters. Educ. King's Coll. 
School, London (CI. and Math. 
Sch.) ; Balliol 1848-53 (E.C.W., 
B.J.) ; Sch. ; Jun. Math. Sch. 
1850 ; ist Lit. Hum., and ist 
Math., 1852 ; B.A. 1853 ; M.A. 
1856 ; won Univ. and Coll. Sculls 
1852 ; Eight. CI. Master, City of 
London School, 1854-6 ; Prof, of 
Classics, Univ. of Melboiune, 1856 
-70 ; Head Master, Wesley Coll., 
Melbourne, 1870-5 ; Hawthorn 
Gr. School 1875-84 ; served as 
Private, Captain, Major, Victorian 
Volunteer Force, 1862-84 ; Major 
and Lieut. -Col. (Commanding) 
Victorian Militia, 1884-90 ; Chair- 
man Victorian Board of Australian 
Mutual Provident Soc. 1878-84 ; 
member Public Service Board, 
Colony of Victoria, 1884-92. 
Recreations : Rifle-shooting, walk- 
ing, rowing, cycling. Address : 
Talgai, Albxiry, Guildford. [Died 
Jan. 23, 1912.] 

Irving, Miles : 6. Aug. 21, 1876 ; 
s. of C. J. Irving, C.M.G. ; m. 



Dec. 21, 1901, Gertrude Edith 
(d. 1905), d. of Rev. S. J. Childs 
Clarke. Issue : one daughter. 
Educ. Blundell's (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1894-9 (W.R.H., J.A.S.) ; Blun- 
dell Sch., and Open and Jenkyns 
Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1896 ; ist Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1898 ; Torpid (2); 
Brakenbury Soc. I.C.S. (4th place 
Final Exam. 1899) ; Assist. Com- 
missioner, Punjab, 1899 ; Deputy 
ditto, Montgomery, 1905-6 and 
1909-13 ; Amritsar 1907-8 ; Sen. 
Sec. to Financial Commissioners, 
1914— . Sergeant, Punjab Light 
Horse. Publications : The Irvings 
of Newton ; Inscriptions on Chris- 
tian Tombs or Monuments in the 
Punjab, N.W. Frontier Province, 
Kashmir, and AfgJianistan. Club : 
United Service (Simla). Address : 
Lahore, India. 

Isaac, Rev. CliarlesPowys : b. 1830; 
s. of Elias Isaac, of Boughton, 
Worcester. Educ. Cheltenham ; 
Bromsgrove Gr. School ; Balliol 
1849-52 (E.C.W., B.J.) ; 3rd Litt. 
Hum., and B.A., 1852 ; M.A. 1856. 
Ordained d. 1854 ; p. 1855 ; 
Curate of St. Leonard's, Bridg- 
north, 1854-7; Vicar of Boningale 
1857-1912. Address : Albrighton, 
Wolverhampton. 

Isaacs, Hon. Gerald Rufus : b. Jan. 
10, 1889 ; s. of Rt. Hon. Sir Rufus 
Isaacs, Lord Chief Justice of 
England. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
1907-11 (A.W.P.C, H.M.W.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1909 ; 4th Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 191 1 ; Morrison Fours. 
Arnold and Dervorguilla Socs. 
Barrister, M.T., 1912. Clubs : 
Reform, Eighty. Addresses : 32 
Curzon Street, London, W. ; Fox 
Hill, Earley, Reading. 



Jacks, Maurice Leonard : b. Jan. 5, 
1894 ; s. of Dr. Jacks, of Oxford. 
Educ. Bradfield ; Balliol 1912- 
(C.B.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1914. Pres. 
of Boys' Club 1914 ; Union and 
Arnold Socs. Address : Strete, 
Shotover, Oxford. 



Jackson, Basil Hippisley : b. Feb. 4, 
1887 ; s. of T. G. Jackson, R.A. 
Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 1905-8 
(A.L.S., E.J.P.). Architect. Re- 
creations : Golf, tennis, hunt- 
ing. Club : Bath. Addresses : 14 
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W.C. ; Eagle House, Wimbledon, 
* Jackson, Rt. Hon. Frederick Huth : 

b. April 26, 1863 ; s. of T. H. Jack- 
son, of The Manor House, Birken- 
head ; m. 1895, Clara, d. of Rt. 
Hon. Sir M. E. Grant-Duff, G.C.S.L 
Issue : one son, three daughters. 
Educ. Harrow; Balliol 1884-7 
(A.L.S., A.H.J.) ; and Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1887 ; M.A. 1891 ; 
Dervorguilla Soc. Partner since 
1890 in Frederick Huth & Co., 
Bankers and Merchants, London ; 
Director of Bank of England 1892-; 
Pres. of Institute of Bankers 1909- 
II ; Governor of Harrow School 
1908- ; member of Board of 
Finance, Oxford Univ. ; Trustee 
of the Univ. and of the Balliol Coll. 
(1904) Endowment Funds ; mem- 
ber of Royal Commission on Rail- 
ways 1913 ; represented England 
at Conference on Bills of Exchange 
at the Hague ; one of H.M. Lieuts. 
for City of London; P.C. 191 1, 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Oxford and 
Cambridge, Reform, New Univer- 
sity, Arts, Burlington Fine Arts, 
Political Economy. Addresses : 
64 Rutland Gate, London, S.W. ; 
Possingworth, Cross-in-Hand, Sus- 
sex ; La Maison du Diable, Aix- 
les-Bains, France. 

Jackson, Geoffrey Lurd : 6. Jan. 10, 
1894 ; s. of G. M. Jackson, of Clay 
Cross Hall, Chesterfield. Educ. 
Harrow ; Balliol 1913- (A.L.S., 
E.H.). ; Univ. Freshmen's Cricket 
Match 1914. Address : Clay Cross 
Hall, Chesterfield. 

Jackson, Roland Octavins : b. 
March 26, 1879 ; s. of T. H. Jack- 
son, of The Manor House, Birken- 
head. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1898-1901 (A.W.P.C.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1900. Dervorguilla and 
Annandale Socs. Studied singing 
under Francis Korbay ; Profes- 
sional Singer. Address : The 
Manor House, Birkenhead. 

Jackson, Thomas Hughes : b. Oct. 
14, 1871 ; s. of T. H. Jackson, of 
The Manor House, Birkenhead ; 
m. Aug. 10, 1910, Eileen Lucy, d. 
of Edward Devery. Issue : one 
daughter. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 



1890-3 (A.L.S., W.H.F.). Union 
and Arnold Socs. Barrister, L.I., 
1896 ; Sheep farming in New 
Zealand. Address : Mangatarehu, 
Puha, Poverty Bay, New Zealand. 

* Jackson, Thomas Watson : &. 1839, 
s. of Rev, Richard Jackson, of 
Wreay, Carlisle. Educ. Durham ; 
Balliol 1858-64 ; Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods, i860 ; and Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1862 ; M.A. 1865 ; Fellow 
1864-, CI. Lecturer and Tutor 1865, 
Dean 1869, Vice-Pres. 1877, Wor- 
cester Coll. ; CI. Moderator 1879, 
80, I, 5, 6, 7 ; Keeper of Hope 
Collection of Engravings 1896- ; 
Curator of the Bodleian Library ; 
formerly Visitor of Ashmolean 
Museum. Address : 8 Bradmore 
Road, Oxford. 

Jackson, Victor Herbert : 6. Dec. 21, 
1875 ; s, of Moses Jackson, of 
The Vale, Ramsgate. Educ. Ton- 
bridge ; Balliol 1894-8 (J.C.) ; 
Brakenbury Sch. ; 2nd Nat. Sci. 
(Phys.), and B.A., 1898; M.A. 
1903. Indian Educational Service ; 
Professor, Presidency Coll., Cal- 
cutta, 1900 ; Assist. Director of 
Public Instruction, Bengal, 1905- 
7. Address : Patna College, Banki- 
pore, India. 

^Jackson, Rev. William Walrond : 
b. May 17, 1838 ; s. of Rt. Rev. 
W. W. Jackson, D.D., Bishop of 
Antigua ; m. 1887, Amelia, a. of 
F. W. Staines, of St. Leonards, 
and widow of A. B. Shepherd, 
M.B., Oxon. Educ. Codrington 
Coll., Barbados; Balliol 1856-60 
(W.C.L., J.R.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1858 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., i860 ; 
M.A. 1863 ; B.D. and D.D. 1892 ; 
Torpid. Assist. Master, Radley, 
1 86 1-3 ; Fellow 1863-87, Lecturer 
and Tutor 1863-83, Sub-Rector 
1878-83, Rector 1887-1913, Hon. 
Fellow 1913, Exeter Coll. ; or- 
dained d. 1866, p. 1869; Proctor 
(appointed by Balliol) 1872-3 ; 
CI. Moderator 1874-5 ; Oxford 
Sec. to Oxford and Cambridge 
Exam. Board 1876-80 ; Censor of 
Unattached Students 1883-7 ; 
Select Preacher 1880 and 1903 ; 
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domadal Council and of Delegacies 
of Local Exams., Training of 
Teachers, Extension of Univ. 
Teaching, &c. ; life member of 
Delegacy of Non-Coll. Students ; 
especially interested in those 
developments which bring the 
Univ. into relation with secondary 
education in the country ; original 
member Oxford Dante Society. 
Publications : Translations of a 
volume of Ranke's History of 
England (Clarendon Press), and of 
Dante's Convivio. Addresses : i8 
Bardwell Road, Oxford ; Single- 
ton Park, Kendal. 

*Jager, George Harold : h. Jan. 9, 
1877 ; s. of George Jager, of 
Birkenhead ; m. 1908, Dorothy, 
d. of David Maclver, M.P, Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Rugby; BalUol 1895-8 (W.H.F., 
T.R., E.J.) ; 3rd Jur., and B.A., 
1898 ; M.A. 1906. Barrister, I.T., 
1902 ; Northern Circuit ; member 
of Town Coimcil 1906-, and Chair- 
man of Working-men's Conserva- 
tive Assoc, Birkenhead. Publica- 
tions : Various articles and letters 
to the press on Tariff Reform. 
Recreations : Golf, politics. Club : 
United (Liverpool). Address : 25 
Lord St., Liverpool. 

James, Bernard Ashworth : b. 
March 5, 1894 ; s. of C. Ashworth 
James, Barrister-at-law. Educ. 
Rugby (Sch., and Head of School) ; 
Balliol 1913- (C.B.) ; CI. Sch. ; 
Dist. in Craven Sch., 1913 ; Arnold 
and Brakenbury Socs. ; O.U.D.S. 
Address : 44 Queen's Gardens, 
Hyde Park, London, W. 

James, Charles Ashworth : b. Jan. 9, 
1859 ; s. of J. H. James, formerly 
Fellow of Brasenose ; m. June i, 
1892, Margaret Louisa, d. of 
WUliam Moir, of Liverpool. Issue : 
one son, two daughters. Educ. 
Rugby (Sch. and Head of School) ; 
BalUol 1877-81 (F. de P., A.C.B.) ; 
Sch. and Jenkyns Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1878 ; Hertford Sch., and 
Latin Verse Prize, 1879 ; Ireland, 
Eldon, and Craven Schs., ist Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1881 ; Derby 
Sch. 1883; Fellow of Hertford 



Coll. 1881-92. Barrister, L.r, 
1884. Clubs: United Universities, 
Athenaeum. Addresses : 20 Old 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, 
W.C. ; 44 Queen's Gardens, Hyde 
Park, London, W. 

James, John : b. March 3, 1872. 
Educ. Ystrad Higher Grade School ; 
University Coll., Cardiff (Ex.) ; Bal- 
liol 1896-1900 (W.H.F., J.W.R.) ; 
Williams Ex. ; ist Math. Mods. 
1896 ; 2nd Math., and B.A., 1899 ; 
M.A. and B.Sc. 1903. Arnold Soc. 
B.A., London, 1892 ; studied 
Physics and Education 1900-3, 
Ph.D. 1902, Erlangen ; Physics 
Master, Middlesbrough High 
School, 1903 ; Chief Education 
Of&cial, Glamorgan County Coim- 
cil, 1903- ; member of Court of 
Governors and Council, University 
Coll., Cardiff. Club : University 
and City (Cardiff). Address : 
Llysydolau, Raydr, near Cardiff, 

Jameson, Alexander Keith : b. Dec. 
26, 1883 ; s. of Rev. John Jameson, 
of Minas de Rio Tinto, Spain. 
Educ. George Watson Coll., and 
the Univ., Edinburgh ; Balliol 
1905-6 (W.M.). I.C.S. Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector, Bengal, 
1906. Addresses : 94 Warrender 
Park Road, Edinburgh ; Minas de 
Rio Tinto, Spain. 

Jameson, John Gordon : b. April 13, 
1878 ; s. of The Hon. Lord Ard- 
wall ; m. 19x3, Lucy Margaret, 
d. of A. L. Smith, Jowett Fellow 
of Balliol. Educ. Edinburgh 
Academy ; Balliol 1 896-1 901 
(W.H.F., A.L.S., F.F.U.); 3rd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1901 ; repre- 
sented Univ. V. Cambridge, Boxing 
(Middle Weights) 1899, Swimming 
(50 yards), and Water Polo, 1897, 
8, 9, 1901 ; Coll. Rugby XV. 
Union (Sec. 1899), Brakenbury, and 
Arnold Socs. LL.B., Edinburgh, 
and Scottish Bar, 1903 ; adopted 
Unionist Candidate for East Edin- 
burgh, 1911. Recreations : Fencing, 
fox-hunting. Club : University 
(Edinburgh). Addresses : i^Moraiy 
Place, Edinbiurgh ; Ardwall, Kirk- 
cudbrightshire. 

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23, 1 871 ; s. of W. A. Jamieson, 
LL.D., M.D., F.R.C.P.E. Educ. 
Edinburgh Academy (Dux Gold 
Medallist), and Academical Club 
Ex.) ; Balliol 1890-3 and 1909 
(W.R.H., J.C.) ; B.A. and M.A. 
1910 ; Rugby XV. Engaged in 
gold mining, and railway surveying 
and construction in Orange Free 
State, Transvaal and Cape Colony, 
1893-1903 ; Irrigation work in 
Rocky Mountains, and on Canadian 
Pacific Scheme near Calgary, Alb., 
1907-9 ; member of Engineering 
Staff of South African Railways ; 
member of King's Bodyguard for 
Scotland, and Royal Company of 
Archers ; A.M.I. C.E. 1906. Ee- 
creations : Golf, riding, archery. 
Address : 35 Charlotte Square, 
Edinburgh. 

*Jamieson, Robert : b. 1839 ; s. of 
George Jamieson, of Glasgow. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1858-62 ; 
2nd CI. Mods, i860 ; B.A. 1864 ; 
M.A. 1865. Barrister, I.T., 1865. 

Jardine, Hugh Raoul : b. Aug. i, 
1870 ; s. of William Jardine, of 
London. Educ. Fettes Coll. ; Bal- 
liol 1889-92 (A.L.S., W.H.F.) ; 4th 
Jur., and B.A., 1892 ; Rugby XV ; 
Cricket and Assoc. XI's. Solicitor 
1893. Address : 21 Pembridge 
Crescent, Bayswater, London, W. 

Jardine, Malcolm Robert: 2). June 8, 
1869 ; s. of William Jardine, of 
London ; m. April 27, 1898, Alison, 
d. of Robert Moir, M.D. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Fettes Coll. ; Bal- 
liol 1888-92 (E.A.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1890 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1892 ; B.A. 
1893 ; Univ. (Capt. 1891) 1888-92, 
and Coll. Cricket XI's ; Rugby XV ; 
Assoc. XI. Dervorguilla and An- 
nandale Socs. Barrister, M.T., 
1893 ; practising at Bombay Bar 
since 1894 ; Clerk of the Crown, 
High Court, Perry Prof, of Juris- 
prudence and Roman Law 1898- 
and Principal, Govt. Law School, 
acted as Advocate-General 1910, 
12, 13, Bombay. Clubs : New 
Universities ; Royal and Ancient 
Golf (St. Andrews), BycuUa and 
Royal Yacht (Bombay). Address : 
High Court, Bombay, India. 



Jareja, Bhojrajji Bhagvatsinhjee : 

b. Jan. 8, 1883 ; s. of His High- 
ness the Thakore Saheb of Gondal ; 
tn. Jan. 25, 1905, Rajkuvarba, 
d. of Rana Shri Banesinhji, of 
Vana. Issue : four daughters. 
Educ. Cargilfield ; Eton ; Balliol 
1901-3 (H.B.H.) ; Eight. Yuvraj 
(Heir Apparent) of Gondal. Ad- 
dress : Rajkot, Kathiawar, India. 

Jeffrey, Peter : b. July 20, 1870 ; 
s. of David Jeffrey, of Edinburgh ; 
m. June 18, 1903, Nora Madeline, 
d. of Charles Balme. Issue : wo 
daughters. Educ. Edinburgh 
Academy ; Harrow ; Balliol 188^ 
92 (A.L.S.); 3rd Mod. Hist. 
1892 ; B.A. and M.A. 1898. 
Union and Annandale Socs. 
Partner in John Jeffrey & Co., 
Brewers, Edinburgh. Clubs : 
University and Hon. Company of 
Golfers (Edinburgh). Address : 
15 Coates Gardens, Edinburgh. 

Jeffrey, Robert : b. Aug. 25, 1871 ; 
s. of David Jeffrey, of Edinburgh ; 
m. May 1899, Dorothea Mary, d. 
of Frank Phillpotts, of Strete, 
Devon. Issue : two daughters. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1890-3 
(A.L.S.) ; 4th Mod. Hist. 1893 ; 
B.A. 1894 ; Rugby XV. Partner 
in John Jeffrey & Co., Brewers, 
Edinburgh. Club : New (Edin- 
burgh), ylddftfss: Ovenscloss, Sel- 
kirk. 

Jekyll, Francis Walter : b. Nov. 20, 

1882 ; s. of Sir Herbert Jekyll, of 
Godalming. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1901-5 (A.W.P.C, C.B., J.L.S.D.) ; 
CI. Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods, 1903 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1905 ; As- 
sist., Printed Books Department, 
British Museum. Addresses : 56 
Great Queen St., London, W.C. ; 
Munstead House, Godalming. 

Jenkins, Arthur Lewis : b. March 
9, 1892 ; s. of J. L. Jenkins, C.S.I. 
Educ. Marlborough ; Balliol 191 1- 
(A.W.P.C, C.B., A.J.T.) ; CI. 
Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1913 ; Morri- 
son Fours. Address : The Bee- 
hive, Exmouth, S. Devon. 

Jenkins, Rev. Cecil : Educ. Leam- 
ington ; Private ; Balliol 1907- 
12 (E.J.P., A.L.S., H.W.C.D., 



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N.S.T., A.D.L., H.H.G.) ; 2nd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 191 1. Or- 
dained d. 1913 ; Curate of St. 
Augustine's, Sheffield, 191 3- Ad- 
dress : 74 Southgrove Road, 
Sheffield. 

*Jenks, Edward : b. Feb. 20, 1861 ; 
m. {2) 1898, Dorothy Mary, d. 
of Sir W. B. Forwood. Issue : 
two sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Dulwich Coll. ; King's Coll., 
Cambridge (Sch. and Fellow) ; 
Le Bas, Yorke, and Thirlwall 
prizes (Chancellor's medallist), 
M.A., and LL.B., Cambridge ; 
Barrister, M.T., 1887; M.A. 
1897, B.C.L. 1900, Oxon. ; Bar- 
stow and Jur. Sch. of the Four 
Inns of Court ; Lecturer at Jesus 
and Pembroke Colls., Cambridge, 
1888-9 ; Dean of the Faculty of 
Law, Univ. of Melbourne, 1889- 
92 ; Queen Victoria Prof, of Law, 
University Coll., Liverpool, 1892- 
6 ; Reader in English Law, Ox- 
ford, and Tutor and Lecturer at 
Balliol, 1896-1903 ; Exam, in 
Univs. of Oxford, Dublin, Dur- 
ham, London, and Wales, and for 
Civil Service Commission ; Hon. 
Sec. Soc. of Public Teachers of 
Law 1909- ; formerly editor of 
the Independent Review ; Prin- 
cipal and Director of Legal 
Studies of the Law Soc. Publica- 
tions : Constitutional Experiments 
of the Commonwealth, 1891 ; The 
Doctrine of Consideration in English 
Law, and The Government of Vic- 
toria (Australia), 1893 ; Law and 
Politics in the Middle Ages, 1897 ; 
Modern Land Law, 1899 ; A Short 
History of Politics, and Edward I, 
1902 ; Parliamentary England, 
1903 ; Digest of English Civil 
Law, Book I, 1905 ; Book II, 
part i, 1906, part ii, 1907, part iii, 
1910 ; Book III, parts i and ii, 
1912, part iii, 1913 ; Outline of 
English Local Government, 2nd ed., 
1907, reprinted 1914 ; Husband 
and Wife in the Law, 1909 ; 
History of the A ustralasian Colonies, 
3rd ed., and Short History of 
English Law, 1912 ; 14th, 15th, 
and 1 6th eds. of Stephen's Com- 



mentaries on the Laws of England. 
Club : National Liberal. Ad- 
dresses : 9 Old Square, Lincoln's 
Inn, London, W.C. ; 46 Palace 
Gardens Terrace, London, W. 

Jenkyns, Hugh Hobhouse : b. 
Nov. 8, 1879 ; s. of Rev. John 
Jenkyns, of Steeple Coiirt, Botley, 
Hants. Educ. Winchester ; Bal- 
liol 1898-1903 (A.W.P.C, E.A., 
W.M.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1900 ; 2nci 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1902 ; Tor- 
pid ; Eight. Brakenbury Soc. 
I.C.S., Punjab., 1903 ; Assist. 
Commissioner, Personal Assist, 
to Political Agent, Phulkian 
States, &c., 1903-6 ; Private 
Sec. to Lieut.-Govemor 1906-7 ; 
Officiating Deputy Commissioner, 
Assist. Commissioner and Sub- 
Divisional Officer, and Officiating 
District Judge, &c., 1907-10 ; 
Under Sec. to Government 1910 ; 
Sub-Divisional, and Assist. Settle- 
ment, Officer 1911-. Club: East 
India United Services. Addresses : 
Steeple Court, Botley, Hants ; 
Lahore, Punjab, India. 

^Jenkyns, Rev. John : b. Sept. 26, 
1843 ; s. of Rev. Henry Jenk3ms, 
D.D., Canon of Durham, and Prof, 
of Divinity, Durham Univ., and 
nephew of Rev. Richard Jenkyns, 
formerly Master of Balliol ; m. 
Sept. 21, 1876, Dora, d. of Spencer 
Smith, of Brooklands, Hants. 
Issue : two sons, one daughter. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1862-6 
(E.C.W.); 2nd CI. Mods. 1864; 
2nd Lit, Hum. 1866 ; B.A. 1867 ; 
M.A. 1869 ; Eight (Cox. and 
Capt.). Union Soc. M.A. Dur- 
ham, 1870 ; Private Tutor to 
sons of Hastings Russell, M.P. ; 
ordained d. 1871, p. 1872 ; Curate 
of Cranfield 1871-4 ; Vicar of 
Lidlington 1874-6 ; Rector of 
Thomhaugh-cvun-Wansford 1876- 
92 ; Durley 1893-1909 ; Rural Dean, 
Peterborough 1890-2, Bishop's 
Waltham 1905. Recreations : Boat- 
ing, walking. Address : Steeple 
Court, Botley, Hants. 

*Jenkyns, Stephen Spencer : b. 
July 20, 1882 ; s. of Rev. John 
Jenkyns, of Steeple Court, Botley, 



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Hants. Educ. Winchester ; Bal- 
liol 1901-5 (F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1903 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum. 1905 ; B.A. 1906 ; M.A. 
1908 ; Univ. Seniors Assoc. Game 
1904 ; Cricket and Assoc. (Capt.) 
XI's. Brakenbury Soc. (Pres.). 
Tutor in India 1905-6 ; Assist. 
Master 1906, House Master in 
Head Master's House 1909-, Rep- 
ton. Recreations : Football, hockey, 
lawn tennis, fives. Club : Public 
Schools. Addresses : Repton, 
Burton-on-Trent ; Steeple Court, 
Botley, Hants. 

Jenness, Diamond : b. Feb. 10, 
1886 ; s. of G. L. Jenness, of 
Wellington, N.Z. Educ. Victoria 
Univ. Coll., and WelUngton Coll., 
N.Z. ; Balliol 1908-11 (A.W.P.C, 
J.A.S., A.D.L.) ; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1911 ; Diploma in 
Anthropology. Engaged in an- 
thropological research 191 2-. Ad- 
dress : Lower Hutt, Wellington, 
New Zealand. 

Jennison, G«orge : b. Jan. 13, 
1872 ; s. of George Jennison, of 
Manchester ; tn. July 16, 1895, 
Gabrielle, d. of Alfred Ducoroy, 
Capt. in French Army. Issue : 
three children. Educ. Manchester 
Gr. School ; Private ; Balliol 
1892-4 (A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1894 ; Assoc. XI. 
Union and Arnold Socs. Zoologi- 
cal Director, Belle Vue Zoological 
Gardens, Manchester. Publica- 
tions : newspaper articles on 
zoological subjects. Recreations : 
Golf, billiards. Clubs : Reform, 
'95, Press. Address : Barwicke 
Lodge, Disley. 

Jeppe, Carl Wielhelm Biccard : 
b. June 2, 1891 ; s. of Carl Jeppe, 
of Pretoria. Educ. Marlborough ; 
Balliol I9i2-I3(H.B.H.) ; Braken- 
bury Nat. Sci. Sch. Address : 
Waterploof, Pretoria, Transvaal, 
S. Africa. 

Jepson, Edgar Alfred : b. Nov. 28, 
1863 ; s. of Alfred Jepson, of 
Kemlworth ; m. 1899, Frieda 
Bisham, d. of Henry Holmes, 
Violinist and Composer. Issue : 
three children. Educ. Leamington 



Coll.; Balliol 1883-7 (J.W.M., 
R.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1885 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum. 1887 ; B.A. 1889 ; 
Half-blue, Cross Coimtry v. Cam- 
bridge. Union Soc. Travelled in 
France and Italy 1888 ; Master 
at Newport, Mon., 1889, and 
Harrison Coll., Barbados, 1890-3 ; 
since engaged in writing ; formerly 
editor of Automobile Club Journal, 
and Vanity Fair. Publications : 
Sibyl Falcon, 1895 ; The Passion 
for Romance, 1896 ; The Keepers 
of the People, 1897 ; The Dictator's 
Daughter, and The Sentimental 
Warrior, 1898 ; On the Edge of the 
Empire, 1899 ; The Admirable 
Tinker, and The Horned Shepherd, 
1904 ; The Lady Noggs, and 
Peeress, 1906 ; Tangled Wedlock, 
1908 ; No. jg, 1910 ; Captain 
Sentimental, 191 1 ; The House on 
the Mall, and Polly ooly, 19 12 ; The 
Determined Twins, and Garthoyle 
Gardens, 191 3 ; James Whitaker's 
Dukedom, 1914 ; various contribu- 
tions to English and Saturday 
Reviews and to mo t of the week- 
lies. Recreations : Lawn tennis, 
bridge, lecturing. Club : Savage, 
Address : 23 Bath Road, Bedford 
Park, London, W. 
Jersey, Right Hon. the Earl of, 
Victor Albert George Child-Villiers, 
7th Earl : b. March 20, 1845 ; s. 
of 6th Earl ; m. Sept. 19 1872, 
Margaret Elizabeth, d. of 2nd Lord 
Leigh. Issue : two sons, three 
daughters. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1864-7 (J.R.) ; won Mile Race in 
O.U.A.C. Sports, and Second in 
Mile V. Cambridge, 1865. Union 
Soc. Hon. D.C.L. 1907 ; Lord- 
in- Waiting 1875-7 ; Paymaster- 
General 1889-90 ; G.C.M.G., and 
P.C, 1890 ; Governor-General, 
New South Wales, 1890-3 ; chair- 
man of Light Railway Commission 
1896-1905 ; G.C.B. 1900 ; Pro- 
vincial Grand Master 1885-, Lord 
Lieutenant 1887-, Alderman of 
County Council, Pres. of Terri- 
torial Force Assoc, and J. P., 
Oxfordshire ; Alderman of County 
Council 1888-1913, and J. P., 
Middlesex. Clubs: Carlton, Junior 



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Carlton. Addresses : Middleton 
Park, Bicester; Osterley Park, 
Isleworth. 

Jervis-Smith, Eustace John : b. 
June 9, 1876 ; s. of Rev. F. J. 
Jervis-Smith, M.A., F.R.S., Trinity 
Coll., Oxford. jBrfMC. Rugby ; Bal- 
liol 1895-9 (J. C). Union, Braken- 
bury, and Annandale Socs. Joined 
Royal Artillery 1900. Clubs : 
Royal Cruising, Junior Army and 
Navy. Address : Leventhorpe, 
Gosport. 

'"Jessel, Albert Henry : b. Oct. 31, 
1864 ; s. of Henry Jessel, Barris- 
ter-at-law ; m. June 17, 1889, 
Ella, d. of G. C. Raphael. Issue : 
three sons, three daughters. Educ. 
Clifton ; Balliol 1883-7 (E.A.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1885 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1887; M.A. 1891. 
Union (Lib. and Standing Com- 
mittees), Brakenbury (Vice-Pres. 
and Sec.) Socs. Barrister, LT. 
and L.I., 1889 ; K.C. 1906 ; 
Chancery Bar ; Bencher, L.I. ; 
Vice-Pres. of United Synagogue 
1899- ; formerly Pres. of South 
London Jewish Schools, and Hon. 
Sec. Jewish Volimtary Schools 
Assoc. ; contested (C.) Accrington 
Div. of Lancashire, Jan., and 
Central Hackney, Dec, 1910. 
Publications : Joint Editor of 
' Companies ' in Encyclopaedia of 
Forms and Precedents, and of 
' Executors * in Encyclopaedia of 
the Laws of England. Recreations : 
Golf, ridmg, shooting. Clubs : 
Carlton, Jimior Carlton, United, 
Cecil, 1900. Address : 6 Glou- 
cester Square, London, W. 

* Jessel, Sir Charles James, 1st Bart.: 
b. May 11, i860; s. of Rt. Hon. 
Sir George Jessel, Master of the 
Rolls; m. 1890, Edith, d. of Rt. 
Hon. Sir Julian Goldsmid, Bart., 
M.P. Issue : two sons, two 
daughters. Educ. Rugby ; Bal- 
liol 1879-82 (F. de P., W.R.A., 
W.M.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1880 ; and 
Jur. 1882 ; B.A. 1884 ; M.A. 
1886. Dervorguilla Soc. (Pres.). 
Barrister, L.I., 1885 ; Director 
1895, Chairman 191 3-, of Imperial 
Continental Gas Assoc. ; formerly 



Chairman of British North Borneo 
Co. ; High Sheriff of Kent 1903-4. 
Clubs : Brooks's, Garrick, Oxford 
and Cambridge, Beefsteak. Ad- 
dresses : 31 Hill St., London, 
W. ; Ladham House, Goudhurst 
Kent. 
Jessel, George : b. May 21, 1891 ; 

s. of Sir C. J. Jessel, ist Bart. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1910-13 
(C.B., H.W.C.D.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1911 ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 1913. 
Address : Ladham House, Goud- 
hurst, Kent. 

*Joachim, Harold Heniv : b. May 
28, 1868 ; s. of Henry Joachim, of 
London ; m. Nov. 19, 1907, Elisa- 
beth, d. of Joseph Joachim. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Elstree ; Harrow (Entrance and 
Botfield Schs.) ; Balliol 1886-90 
(J.L.S.D., E.A., R.L.N., F. de P., 
W.R.H., G.R.B., C.W., W.H.F.) ; 
Sch. and Jenkyns Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1888 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1890 ; 
B.A. 1891 ; M.A. 1894. Union 
and Brakenbury (Vice-Pres.) Socs. 
Fellow 1890-, Tutor in Philo- 
sophy 1 897-, Merton Coll. ; Assist, 
to Prof. 1892-4, Lecturer 1893-4, 
in Moral Philosophy, St. An- 
drews ; Lecturer in Philosophy, 
Balliol, 1894-7 ; lectured for 
Common Univ. Fund 1908. Pub- 
lications : A Study of the Ethics 
of Spinoza, 1901 ; The Nature of 
Truth, 1906 ; De Lineis Inseca- 
bilibus (translation, with explana- 
tory notes), 1908 ; ' Aristotle's 
Conception of Chemical Combina- 
tion ' (Journal of Philology) ; 
' Psychical Process ' {Mind), 1900 ; 
' The Platonic Distinction between 
" true " and " false " Pleasures 
and Pains ' {Philosophical Review, 
1911) ; ' Some Preliminary Con- 
siderations on Self- Identity * {Mind, 
1914). Recreations : Violin, trout- 
fishing, wjilking, cycling, lawn 
tennis. Clubs : Oxford Univ. 
Musical (Pres. 1892) ; Univ. Lawn 
Tennis and Croquet. Addresses : 
Merton College ; 43 Banbury 
Road, Oxford. 

Joad, Cyril Edwin Mitehinson : 
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Joad, of Southampton. Educ. 
Blundell's ; Ballioli9io-(A.W.P.C., 
C.B., R.G.) ; Blundell Sch. ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1912. Address : Poly- 
gon House, Southampton. 
Jolm,IorwerthGlyndwr : &.Oct. 21, 

1894; s. of E. T. John, of Brynsien- 
cyn, Anglesea, and Eaglescliffe, 
Co. Durham. Educ. New Coll., 
Harrogate; Private; Ballioli9i2- 
(E.H.) ; Cox of 2nd Torpid. Union 
Soc. Addresses : Llanidan Hall, 
Brynsiencyn, Anglesea ; Rivers- 
dale, Eaglescliffe, Co. Durham. 

Johnson, Wilfrid Alexander : 6. Oct. 
15. 1885 ; s. of S. T. Johnson, of 
London. Educ. St. Paul's School ; 
Balliol 1904-8 (C.B., J.A.S.) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1906 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1908. Address : 31 
Exeter Road, Brondesbury, Lon- 
don, N.W. 

Johnston, Claude Errington Long- 
den : b. July 25, 1878 ; s. of Rev. 
W. M. Johnston, of Twickenham ; 
m. April 12, 1910, Beatrix, d. of 
J. H. F. Peppercorn, of Eaton 
Socon. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Westminster (Sch.) ; Balliol 1897- 
1901 {J.L.S.D., W.H.F.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1899 ; B.A. 1901 ; Braken- 
bury Soc. Royal Artillery 1900 ; 
Served in India and Burma 1901- ; 
A.D.C. to G.O.C. 2nd Division 
1908-9 ; Indian Ordnance Depart- 
ment 1909-. Addresses : 8 Wal- 
pole Gardens, Strawberry Hill, 
Twickenham ; Arsenal House, 
Rawal Pindi, Punjab, India. 

Johnston, Henry Hammond : b. Dec. 
18, 1848 ; 5. of R. H. Johnston, of 
Grantham ; m. Oct. 8, 1873, Julia 
Mary, d. of Rev. Canon Hector 
Nelson, Principal of Lincoln Train- 
ing Coll. Issue : four children. 
Educ. Rugby; Balliol 1867-71 
(E.C.W., H.J.S.S.) ; ist Math. 
Mods. 1869 ; B.A. 1873 ; M.A. 
1874. Engaged in banking 1873- 
97 ; Director of Homsbys, En- 
gineers, 1880-1907. Address^: Les 
Lauriers, Grasse, A.M., France. 

Johnston, James Arranloe : b. Nov. 
7. 1866 ; s. of J. A. Johnston, 
Merchant, of London. Educ. Mill 
Hill; Balliol 1885-9 (W.R.H., 



A.V.D.); 2nd CI. Mods. 1887; 
2nd Jiu:. 1889 ; B.A. 1890. Union 
2md Brakenbury Socs. Barrister, 
I.T., 1892 ; S.E. Circuit and 
Surrey Sessions. Address: 2 Plow- 
den Buildings, Temple, E.C. 

Johnstone, Harcourt : b. May 19, 
1895 ; s. of Alan Johnstone, of 
London. £<iMC. Eton; Balliol 191 3- 
(H.W.C.D., N.S.T.). Address: 19 
Seymour Street, London, W. 

* Johnstone, Peirce De Lacy Henry : 
b. May 25, 1848 ; s. of Lieut. -Col. 
F. W. Johnstone, of Alva, N.B. ; m. 
1888, Jessie (dec), d. of David 
Sime, of Perth. Educ. Keir House, 
Wimbledon ; Craigmoimt House, 
Edinburgh ; Edinburgh Univ. ; 
Balliol 1868-71 (B.J., E.P.,T.H.G., 
H.J.S.S.) ; Ex. ; Taylorian Sch. 
1868 ; 2nd CI. Mods., and Boden 
Sch., 1869; B.A. 1871; M.A. 
1876 ; Union Soc. Bengal Civil 
Service 1871 (1st in open compe- 
tition 1869, High Proficiency, 
Persian 1876, Sanskrit 1881) ; 
retired 1885 ; Barrister, G.I., i886 ; 
coached I.C.S. Probationers, and 
worked on New English Dic- 
tionary, Oxford, 1886-8 ; jointly 
conducted Craigmoimt House 
School, Edinburgh, 1890-9. Pub- 
lications : Muhammad and His 
Power, 1901 ; Raghuvamga of 
Kelidasa, 1903. Address : 16 St. 
Catharine's Place, Edinburgh. 

^Jolliffe, Arthur Ernest : b. 1870 ; s. 
of Henry Jollifife, of Oxford ; m. 
Eliza, d. of James Ostler, of 
Oxford. Issue: three children. 
Educ. SS. Philip and James 
National, and Boys' High Schools, 
Oxford; Balliol 1888-91 (J.W.R.; 
W.H.F.) ; Sch. ; Jun. Math. Sch. 
and 1st Math. Mods. 1889 ; 1st 
Math., and B.A., 1891 ; Sen. Math. 
Sch., and Johnson Univ. Sch., 
1892 ; M.A. 1895 ; Fellow, Tutor, 
and Math. Lecturer, Corpus Christi 
Coll. ; Math. Moderator 1896, 7, 8 ; 
1910, II, 12 ; Math. Examiner, 
1902, 3, 4 ; Jun. Proctor 1901-2 ; 
Assist. Tutor, Jesus Coll. Address : 
227 Woodstock Road, Oxford. 

Jolly, Norman William : b. Aug. 
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Adelaide. Educ. Adelaide Univ. ; 
Balliol 1904-7 (H.B.H.) ; Rhodes 
Sch. ; ist Nat. Sci. (Phys.) 1906 ; 
B.A. 1907. Address : Harrow 
Road, College Park, Adelaide, 
S. Australia. 

Jones, Rev. Arthur Wentworth : 
b. Nov. 26, 1862 ; s. of Rev. W. H. 
Jones, Vicar of Mottram-in-Long- 
dendale; m. 1886, Laura Sybil, d. of 
R. H. Roper-Curzon. Issue : four 
sons, five daughters. Educ. Clif- 
ton ; Balliol 1882-4 (W.H.F., 
H.B.D.) ; Minor Ex. ; Queen's 
Coll. 1884 ; 2nd Nat. Sci. (Chem.), 
and B.A., 1885 ; M.A, 1892. 
Union Soc. Student at St. 
Thomas's Hospital (First Prize- 
man Medical Coll. 1889) 1885-9 ; 
F.C.S. 1885; M.R.C.S. and 
L.R.C.P. 1889 ; Senior Science 
Master, Epsom Coll. 1890, Currie 
Schools, Folkestone, 1891, Wey- 
mouth Coll. 1905 ; Head Master, 
Paddington High School, 1896 ; 
ordained d. 1899, p. 1900 ; Curate 
of St. Thomas's, Kensal Town, 
1899 ; Assist. Master, Peter 
Symonds's School, Winchester, 
1901-2 ; Licensed Preacher, Win- 
chester 1901-2, Oxford 1903-4, 
Sarum 1905-9 ; Rector of Buck- 
land Ripers 1909-. Publication : 
' Molecular Volume Change during 
the Formation of Dilute Solutions in 
Organic Liquids ' {Proc. of Chemical 
Soc, 1895-6). Address : Buckland 
Ripers Rectorv, Dorchester. 

*Jones, Bernard Mouat : b. Nov. 27, 

1882 ; s. of A. M. Jones, of London. 
Educ. Dulwich Coll. (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1901-4 (H.B.H.) ; Brakenbury 
Sch. ; ist Nat. Sci. (Chem., Min., 
and Cryst.) 1904 ; B.A. 1905 ; 
M.A. 1909 ; Rugby XV. Research 
Assist, to Prof. W. R. Dunstan, 
The Imperial Institute, London, 
1905-6 ; Prof, of Chemistry, 
Government College, Lahore (In- 
dian Educational Service), 1906- ; 
Fellow of Chemical Soc. of London ; 
member of Mineralogical Soc. 
Publications : Papers published in 
Journal of the Chemical Soc, 
Mineralogical Magazine, and Proc. 
of the Royal Soc. Recreations : 



Cricket, football, hockey, lawn 
tennis. Address : 15 Harrington 
Gardens, London, S.W. 

Jones, Elias Henry : b. Sept. 21, 
1883 ; s. of Sir Henry Jones, Kt., 
of Glasgow. Educ. High School, 
and Univ., Glasgow ; Grenoble 
Univ. ; Balliol 1905-6 (W.M.). 
Arnold Soc. M.A., Glasgow ; 
I.C.S. 1906 ; Assist. Commissioner, 
Burma. Address: Noddfa, Tigna- 
bruaich, Argyllshire. 

Jones, Edward Lawrence : b. Aug. 
17, 1891 ; s. of Rt. Rev. H. E. 
Jones, Archdeacon of Chichester, 
and Bishop Suffragan of Lewes. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 191 1- 
(H.W.C.D., N.S.T.). Address : 
Cavendish Club, 119 Piccadilly, 
London, W. 

Jones, Edward Talbot Day : see 
Foxcroft, E.T.D. 

♦Jones, Henry Stuart : b. May 15, 
1867 ; s. of Rev. H. W. Jones, 
Vicar of St. Andrew's, Rams- 
bottom ; m. March 27, 1894, Ileen, 
d. of E. H. Vaughan, of Harrow ; 
Issue : one son. Educ Rossall 
(Foimdation Sch.) ; Balliol 1886- 
90 (J.L.S.D., E.A., R.L.N., 
W.R.H.) ; Sch. and Jenkyns Ex. ; 
Hertford Sch., and Hon. Mention, 
Ireland and Craven Schs., 1886 ; 
ist CI. Mods., and Ireland and 
Craven Schs., 1888 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
Gaisford Prose Prize, Craven 
Fellowship, and B.A., 1890 ; Derby 
Sch. 1891 ; M.A. 1893. Union 
(Standing Committee) and Braken- 
bury (Pres.) Socs. Fellow 1890, 
Lecturer 1892, Of&cial Fellow and 
Tutor 1896-1903 and 1905, Re- 
search Fellow 1903-5 and 191 1-, 
Trinity Coll. ; Lecturer in Ancient 
Hist., Exeter Coll., 1893-6; CI. 
Moderator 1900-1 ; Exam, in Lit. 
Hum. 1 909-1 1 ; represented Ox- 
ford Univ. at Intemat. Historical 
Congress at Berlin 1908, and at 
the Intemat. Archaeological Con- 
gress at Rome 1912 ; Ordentliches 
Mitglied des Kaiserlich deutschen 
Archaologischen Instituts 1904 ; 
travelled in Greece, Italy, &c. 
(Craven Fellowship) 189 1-2 ; Di- 
rector 1903-5, member of Com- 



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tnittee 1905-, British School at 
Rome ; member of Council of 
Soc. for Promotion of Hellenic 
Studies ; Vice-Pres. of Soc. for 
Promotion of Roman Studies. 
Publications : Select Passages from 
Ancient Writers illustrative of the 
History of Greek Sculpture, 1895 ; 
Thucydides (Oxford Classical 
Texts), 1898 ; The Roman Empire 
(Story of the Nations Series), 1908; 
Classical Rome, igix ', Companion 
to Roman History, 1912 ; con- 
tributed papers, articles, and re- 
views to Papers of the British 
School at Rome, Journal of Hellenic 
Studies, Journal of Roman Studies, 
Quarterly Review, English Histori- 
cal Review, Classical Review, Clas- 
sical Quarterly, Journal of Theo- 
logical Studies, Times, Spectator, 
Saturday Review, Nation, Revue de 
Philologie, Philologus, &c.; editor of 
Catalogue of the Ancient Sculptures 
in the Museo Capitolino, by Members 
of the British School at Rome, 1912. 
Club: Royal Societies. Addresses: 
Glan-y-mor, Saundersfoot, Pem- 
brokeshire ; Trinity College.Oxford. 
Jones, Rev. John Puleston : b. Feb. 
26, 1862 ; s. of Evan Jones, of 
Bala ; m. Dec. 16, 1890, Annie, 
d. of Thomas Jones. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Ele- 
mentary and Gr. Schools, and 
Theological Coll., Bala ; Worcester 
Blind Coll. ; Glasgow Univ. ; 
Balliol 1884-8 (A.L.S., W.H.F.) ; 
1st Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1888 ; 
M.A. 1892. Brakenbury Soc. 
Ordained to Calvinistic Methodist 
ministry 1889 ; Pastor of Prince's 
Road English Church, Bangor, 
1889-94 > itinerant preacher 1894- 
5 ; Pastor of Dinorwie 1895-1907 ; 
Temporary Lecturer at Bala Theo- 
logical CoU. 1 899-1 900 ; Pastor of 
Pen-y-Mownt, Pwllheli, 1907-1911; 
Davies' Lecturer 1909. Publica- 
tions : Handbook on St. James, 
1898 ; Four Sermons on Prayer, 
1900 ; Until the Day Dawn, 1913 ; 
various reviews and articles. 
Recreations : Riding, joinery. Ad- 
dress : Lluest Wen, Pwllheli, 
Carnarvonshire. 



Jones, Lawrence Evelyn : b. April 6, 
1885 ; s. of Sir L. J. Jones, 4th 
Bart. ; m. Nov. 23, 1912, Lady 
Evelyn Alice, d. of 4th Earl Grey. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1904-8 
(J.L.S.D., A.L.S., H.W.C.D.). 
Brakenbury Ex. ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
1907; ist Mod. Hist., and B.A., 
1908 ; Univ. Eight 1905-6 ; Coll. 
Eight and Four (Capt.). Dervor- 
guilla Soc. Barrister, I.T., 1909. 
Address : Cranmer Hall, Faken- 
ham, Norfolk. 

Jones, T. R. : see Rhys- Jones, 
Thomas. 

Joscelyne, Rev. Frederic Hedley : 
b. Feb. 6, i860 ; s. of Frederic 
Joscelyne, of Chelmsford ; m. 
April 15, 1890, Helena, d. of W. B. 
Dyson, of Ealing. Issue : one son, 
one daughter. Educ. Merchant 
Taylors' School ; Balliol 1879-83 
(W.H.F., R.L.N., J.W.R., A.L.S.); 
3rd Math. Mods. i88x ; 3rd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1883 ; M.A. 1886. 
Ordained d. 1883, p. 1884 ; Curate 
of St. Mark's, Clerkenwell, 1883-91 ; 
Kensington 1891-7 ; Head Master, 
Kensington Gr. School, 1890-6 ; 
Domestic Chapl. to Bishop of 
Peterborough 1897-1900 ; Rector 
of Blaby 1900- ; Surrogate 1906 ; 
Rural Dean 1911. Address : 
Blaby Rectory, Leicester. 

Jose, Arthur Wllberforce : b. Sept. 
4, 1863 ; s. of W. W. Jose, of 
Clifton ; m. Nov. 2, 1905, EveljTi, 
d. of Edward Abseil. Issue : one 
son. Educ. Clifton (Sch. and Ex.) ; 
Balliol i88r-2 (E.A., R.L.N., 
F. de P.) ; Sch. Tutor in Tas- 
mania 1883-4 ; Assist. Master, All 
Saints' Coll., Bathurst, N.S.W., 
1885-7 ; Extension Lecturer 
1888-92, Acting Prof, of Modem 
Literature 1893, Organizing Sec. 
of Univ. Extension Board 1894-9, 
Sydney ; N.S.W. Bar 189: ; 
travelled in S. Africa 1899-1900, 
England 1900-1 and 1902-3, 
India 1901-2 (acted as locum 
tenens for the Prof, of English Lit. 
and Hist, at the M.A.O. Coll., 
Aligarh) ; Australian Correspon- 
dent of The Times 1904—. Publi- 
cations : The Growth of the Empire 



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(three Australian ed., 1897, 1900, 
and 1902 ; two English ed., 1903 
and 1 910) ; History of Australasia 
(six Australian ed., 1899, 1901, 
9, II, 13, and 14) ; Australasia, 
1901 ; Two Awheel, 1903. Recrea- 
tions : Cycling, rowing, lawn 
tennis. C/m6 : Authors'. Address: 
c/o Angus Robertson, Castle- 
reagh St., Sydney, New South 
Wales. 

Joseph, CyrU John Gedalji : b. May 
18, 1895 ; s. of Morritz Joseph, of 



London. Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 
1913- (H.W.C.D., N.S.T.). Ad- 
dress : 66 Porchester Terrace, 
London, W. 
Joynt, Henry Raymond : b. Jan. 28, 

1888 ; 5. of Lieut.-Col. E. H. Joynt, 
R.A.M.C. Educ. Bradfield Coll. 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1907-10 (J.W.R.) ; 
Math. Sch. ; ist Math. Mods. 1909 ; 
2nd Math., and B.A., 1910 ; 
Assoc. XI. Union and Arnold 
Socs. Address : 54 Manor Park, 
Lee, London, S.E. 



K 



Kaliseh, Alfred : b. March 13, 1863 ; 
s. of Dr. Marcus Kaliseh, Hebraist 
and Theologian. Educ. King's 
Coll. School, London (Sch. and 
Ex.) ; Balliol 1881-5 (F. de P., 
D.G.R.) ; Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1882 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1885 ; B.A. 
1886. Union Soc. Barrister, 
M.T., 1887 ; afterwards joined 
staff of Daily News ; editor of 
The Londoner 1900 ; Musical 
Critic of the World, Star, and 
Morning Leader ; on staff of 
Manchester Guardian ; takes an 
active part in musical work of 
the Education Aid Society ; 
original member of O.U.M.U. ; 
member of Folksong (formerly 
Treas.) and Folk- Lore Socie- 
ties. Publications : translations of 
several operatic libretti, includ- 
ing Strauss's Elektra and Der 
Rosenkavalier ; various contribu- 
tions on musical subjects to 
English and German newspapers. 
Clubs : New University, German 
Athenaeum, Concert-Goers' (Chair- 
man of Committee), Maccabaeans. 
Address : 29 Tavistock Square, 
London, W.C. 

Kay, Ellis Cunlifle : see Lister- Kay, 
E. C. L. 

Kaye, Yen. William Frederick 

John : &. 1823 ; s. of Rt. Rev. 
John Kaye, Bishop of Lincoln ; 
tn. 1857, Mary, d. of Bishop Jack- 
son. Educ. Eton; Balliol 1841-4; 
3rd Lit. Hum., 2nd Math., and 
B.A., 1844; M.A. 1847, Or- 



dained d. and p. 1846 ; Rector 
of Riseholme, Lines., 1846-1913 ; 
Archdeacon and Canon of Lincoln 
1863-1913 ; Riural Dean of Lauress 
1873. Address : Lincoln. [Died 
July 9, 1913] 

Kay-Shuttleworth, Hon. Edward 
James : b. March 16, 1890 ; s. of 
ist Lord Shuttleworth. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1908-11 (E.H., 
A.L.S., F.F.U., H.W.C.D.); 3rd 
Mod. Hist. 191 1 ; B.A. 1912. 
Barrister, I.T., 1913 ; Northern 
Circuit. Address : 28 Prince's 
Gardens, London, S.W. 

Kay-Shuttleworth, Hon. Lawrence 
Ughtred : b. Sept. 21, 1887 ; s. 
of ist Lord Shuttleworth ; m. 
Feb. I, 1913, Selina, d. of Col. the 
Hon. Francis Bridgman. Educ. 
Evelyns, Hillingdon ; Eton ; Bal- 
Uol 1906-10 (E.J.P., A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D., F.F.U.); 2nd Mod, 
Hist. 1910 ; B.A. 1911. Union, 
Arnold, and Brakenbury Socs. 
Barrister, I.T., 1913 ; Private Sec. 
(impaid) to Rt. Hon. Walter 
Rimciman 1913 ; ditto, at the 
Office of Woods, Forests, and 
Land Revenues, 19 14- ; contested 
(L.) Altrincham Div. of Cheshire 
1913. Club : Reform. Addresses : 
Queensberry Place, London, S.W. ; 
Gawthorpe Hall, Burnley, Lanes. ; 
Barbon Manor, Kirkby Lons- 
dale. 

Keatinge, Gerald Franeis : b. 
March 24, 1872 ; s. of Maurice 
Keatinge, Barrister-at-law ; m. 



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1899, Marion, d. of J. S. Cotton, 
Barrister-at-law. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Sher- 
borne (Sch.) ; Balliol 1893-4 
(W.M., H.S.K.B.) ; Rugby XV. 
Dervorguilla and Annandale 
Socs. I.C.S., Bombay Presidency ; 
Revenue Department 1 894-1 903 ; 
Under-Sec. to Government 1903- 
5 ; Director of Agriculture 1907- ; 
C.I.E. 1911. Recreations : Riding, 
shooting, golf, tennis. Club : East 
India United Service. Addresses : 
Poona, India ; Teflfont Ewyas, 
Salisbury. 

^Keeling, John Henry : M.A. 1890. 
Barrister, M.T., 1887. Address : 
2 Harcourt Buildings, Temple, 
London, E.C. 

Keen, William Allan : b. May 4, 
1889 ; s. of W. B. Keen, of Lon- 
don. Educ. Highgate ; Balliol 
1908-12 (C.B., J.A.S., A.D.L.) ; 
Domus Sch. ; Powell Prize 1909 ; 
1st CI. Mods. 1910 ; dist. in Exam, 
for Jenkyns Ex. ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1912. Barrister-at-law 
(Certificate of Honour), I.T., 1914. 
Address : Mayfield, West Hill, 
Highgate, London, N. 

*Keitta, Arthur Berriedale : b. 
April 5, 1879 ; s. of Davidson Keith, 
of Edinburgh ; m. 1912, Margaret, 
d. of Charles Allan, Town Clerk of 
Bathgate. Educ. Royal High 
School, and Univ., Edinburgh ; 
Balliol 1897-1901 (F.de P., E.C.) ; 
Sch. ; Boden Sch. 1898 ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1899 ; ist Or. Stud. (Sanskr. 
and Pal.), and B.A., 1900 ; ist Lit. 
Hum. 1901 ; B.C.L. 1905 ; D.C.L. 
1911. M.A., Edin., 1897 ; seven 
Class Medals, three Sch., and 
Guthrie Fellowship in Classics, 
Edinburgh ; Ferguson Sch. in 
Classics, Glasgow ; first place in 
Home C.S. and I.C.S. Examina- 
tion, and appointed to Colonial 
Office 1901 ; received thanks of 
British Agent for services in con- 
nexion with Alaska Boundary 
Arbitration 1903 ; Sec. to Crown 
Agents for the Colonies 1903—5 ; 
Barrister, I.T. (Honours Certifi- 
cate, first in final Examination), 

. X904 ; Colonial Office 1905- ; 

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Clerk 1907-10, Jun. Assist. Sec. 
1910, Imperial Conference ; re- 
ceived Coronation Medal 191 1 ; re- 
presentative of H.M.'s Government 
at Colonial Navigation Conference 
1907 ; Sec. to Imperial Copyright 
Conference 1910 ; Private Sec. to 
Permanent Under-Sec. of State for 
the Colonies 1912- ; Deputy to 
Boden Prof, of Sanskrit, Oxford, 
1907-8 ; formerly Exam, in Or. 
Stud, and Boden Sch., Oxford ; 
appointed, but declined post, 
Lecturer in Ancient. Hist, at 
Edinburgh 1907 ; member of 
Institut Colonial International, 
Royal Asiatic, Hellenic, African, 
Hardwicke, and American and 
German Oriental Socs. ; Sec. of 
Tropical Diseases Research Fund 
Advisory, and Tropical Diseases 
Bureau Managing Committees ; 
representative of Colonial Office 
on Committee of Visual Instruc- 
tion ; Additional Exam, in San- 
skrit, Edinburgh Univ. Publica- 
tions : Catalogue of Sanskrit and 
Prakrit MSS. in Indian Institute 
Library, 1904 ; Catalogue of San- 
skrit MSS. in Bodleian Library 
(with Prof. Wintemitz), 1906 ; 
State Succession in International 
Law, 1907 ; translation of the 
Sdnkhdyana Aranyaka, 1909 ; 
Responsible Government in the 
Dominions, 1909, enlarged to 
3 vols. 1912 ; Aitareya Aranyaka 
(critical text, notes, translation, 
and introduction), and supplement 
to Aufrecht's Catalogue, 1910 ; 
Catalogue of Prakrit MSS. in 
Bodleian Library, 191 1 ; Vedic 
Index (with Prof. Macdonell), 2 
vols. 191 2 ; revised 3rd ed. of West 
Africa in Sir C. Lucas's ' Historical 
Geography of the British Colonies ', 
and re-wrote South Africa (part iii), 
1913 ; articles and reviews in 
Journals of Asiatic Soc. and Soc. 
of Comparative Legislation, and the 
Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgen- 
landischen Gesellschaft. Recreation : 
Motoring. Addresses : Colonial 
Office, London, S.W. ; Saint Mar- 
garet's, Dimbar; 107 Albert Bridge 
Road, London, S.W. 



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Kekewicb, Sir 6«orge William : b. 

April 1, 184 1 ; s. of S. T. Kekewich, 
M.P. (S. Devon) ; tn. twice. Issue : 
four children. Educ. Eton ; Bal- 
liol 1859-63 (E.C.W.) ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1861 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1863 ; 
Torpid ; Eight (Head of river) ; 
Four ; Sec. of Boat Club. Union Soc. 
Student at L.I. two years; Exam. 
1867, Sen. ditto 1871, Sec. 1890, 
Education Department ; C.B. 
1892 ; K.C.B. 1895 ; D.C.L. (Hon.), 
Durham, 1898 ; Sec. to Science 
and Art Department 1898, and 
to Board of Education 1900 ; 
retired 1903 ; Royal Commissioner 
to Paris Exhibition ; member 
Middlesex County Council 1904-7 ; 
M.P. (L.) Exeter 1906-10 (intro- 
duced Ecclesiastical Disorders 
Bill) ; hon. member of National 
Union of Teachers; J. P., Middle- 
sex. Cltibs : Reform, National 
Liberal. Address : St. Albans, 
Feltham, Middlesex. 

Kelland, George Tliomas : b. Sept. 
29, 1879 ; s. of J. T. Kelland, 
of Wellington, Hereford. Educ. 
Blundell's (Sch.) ; Balliol 1898- 
1902 (E.A., J.A.S.) ; Blundell 
Sch. ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1900 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum. 1902 ; B.A. 1903. 
Arnold Soc. Assist. Master, 
Holme School, South Norwood, 
1904; Magdalen Coll. School, 
Brackley, 1904-6 ; St. Paul's 
Prep. School, West Kensington, 
1907-11 ; Bishop's Stortford Coll. 
191 2 ; Merchant Taylors' School, 
Great Crosby, 191 3-. Address : 
Merchant Taylors' School, Great 
Crosby. 

Kelly, Trancis Michael : b. April 
9, 1879 ; s. of J. W. Kelly, of 
Parr's Bank, Waterloo, Liverpool. 
Educ. Stonyhurst Coll. ; Balliol 
1898-9 (A.W.P.C.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1900. 

*KeUy, Fredericlc Septimus : b. 
May 29, 1881 ; s. of T. H. Kelly, 
of Sydney, N.S.W. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1900-3 (H.W.C.D., F.F.U., 
A.L.S.) ; Nettleship Musical Sch. ; 
4th Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1903 ; 
M.A. 1912 ; Trial Eights 1900-1 ; 
Univ. Eight 1903 ; won O.U.B.C. 



Fours 1900, 3 ; Pairs and Sculls 
1903 ; Torpid ; Eight (Capt. 1903). 
Dervorguilla and Annandale Socs. 
Won Grand Challenge Cup 1903, 
4, 5, Stewards' Cup 1906, Diamond 
Sculls 1902, 3, 5 (record), Henley 
Regatta ; won Wingfield Sculls 
1903 ; rowed in Leander crew, 
winners of International Cup, 
Olympic Regatta, 1908 ; studied 
music under Engesser (piano) and 
Knorr (composition) at Frank- 
fort - on - the - Main 1903-8, and 
under Tovey (sonata) ; travelled 
in India, Burma, China, Japan, 
Hawaian Islands, and U.S.A. 
1906-7, and in Egypt, Australia, 
and Java, 1910-11. Publications : 
article on ' Sculling ' (The Com- 
plete Oarsman), 1908 ; six opus 
numbers, consisting of songs and 
works for the pianoforte ; Serenade 
for flute and small orchestra. Op. 7. 
Club : Union. Address : Bisham 
Grange, Marlow. 

Kelly, James : b. Aug. 31, 1880 ; 
s. of Rev. James Kelly, of Dal- 
marnock, Glasgow ; m. Nov. 12, 
1904, Minnie, d. of Alex. Aber- 
nethy. Educ. Hutcheson's Gr. 
School, Glasgow ; Fettes Coll. 
(Foundation Sch.) ; Balliol 1898- 
1903 (A.W.P.C, E.J.P., J.A.S.) ; 
Sch. ; ist CI. Mods., and Craven 
Sch., 1900 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1902 ; 
2nd Theol., and B.A., 1903 ; 
M.A. 1912. Assist. Principal, 
Aitchison Chiefs' Coll., Lahore, 
1904—. Address : Aitchison Col- 
lege, Lahore, Punjab, India. 

KelsaU, Rev. Jolm Edward : b. 
Jan. 5, 1864; s. of William Kel- 
saU, of Fareham. Educ. Rugby ; 
BalUol 1882-5 (W.H.F., R.G.T.) ; 
B.A. 1885 ; M.A. 1889. Articled 
to Ashurst, Morris, Crisp & Co., 
Solicitors ; worked at Toynbee 
Hall 1886-7 ; ordained d. 1889, 
p. 1890 ; Curate of Wavertree 
1889-93 ; Vicar of East Boldre 
1893-7 ; Rector of Milton 1897-. 
Publication : joint author of 
Birds of Hampshire. Address : 
The Rectory, New Milton, Hants. 

Kemp, Sir George : see Rochdale, 
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Kemp, John Charles : 5. 1830 ; 
s. of Nathaniel Kemp, of Oving- 
dean. Educ. Balliol 1847-51 ; 
4th Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1851. 

Kennard, Edmund Hegan : b. Oct. 
i4> 1835 ; s. of J. P. Kennard, of 
Hackney, Middlesex ; tn. 1868, 
Agnes, d. of Joseph Hegan, of 
Dawport, Cheshire. Issue : two 
sons, two daughters. Educ. Rad- 
ley ; Balliol 1854-8 (B.J.) ; 3rd 
Law and Hist. 1857 ; B.A. 1858 ; 
M.A. 1873 ; winner of Univ. Gold 
and Silver Racquets 1857. Union 
Soc. Late Capt. 8th Hussars; 
Lieut.-Col. Middlesex Rifle Volun- 
teers ; Volunteer Decoration ; M.P., 
Beverley and Lymington, 1868- 
86. Clubs : Carlton, Naval and 
Military. Addresses : 25 Bruton St., 
London, W. ; Great Tangley Manor, 
Guildford. [Died July 9, 1912.] 

*Kennaway, John : b. April 7, 
1879 ; s. of Rt. Hon. Sir John 
Kennaway, 3rd Bart. Educ. Har- 
row; Balliol 1897-1902 (A.L.S.) ; 
B.A. and M.A. 1907. Dervorguilla 
Soc. Barrister, I.T., 1910; studied 
at Cambridge Univ. School of 
Agriculture; Land Agent. Address : 
Escot, Ottery St. Mary, Devon. 

*Kennaway, Sir John Henry, 3rd 
Bart. : b. June 6, 1837 ; s. of 
Sir John Kennaway, 2nd Bart. ; 
w. Nov. 27, 1866, Frances, d. of 
A. F. Arbuthnot. Issue : one 
son, two daughters. Educ. Har- 
row ; Balliol 1856-60 (E.C.W., 
J.R., E.P., W.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1858 ; ist Law and Hist., 
and B.A., i860; M.A. 1862. 
Barrister, I.T., 1864; M.P. (C), 
E. Devon, 1870-1910 (Father of 
the House of Commons 1908-10) ; 
P.C. 1897 ; C.B. 1902 ; Col. 
3rd Vol. Batt. Devon Regiment ; 
Volunteer Decoration ; Pres. of 
Church Missionary Soc, and of 
London Soc. for Promoting 
Christianity among Jews. Publica- 
tion : On Sherman's Track, 1866. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, National. 
Address : Escot, Ottery St. Mary, 
Devon. 

Kennedy, George Lawrence : b. 
Nov. 23, 1882 ; s. of C. N. Ken- 



nedy, Royal Hibernian Academy, 
London. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1901-4 (A.W.P.C, F.F.U., A.L.S.); 
Cricket XI (2n(i). Arnold and 
Brakenbury Socs., and Chatham 
Club. Studied at Slade School of 
Art, London, for three years, and 
at Julien's Academy, Paris. Ad- 
dress : Cachelnager, Co. Donegal. 

Kenney-Herbert, Aubrey Edward : 
b. July 29, 1877 ; s. of E. M. Ken- 
ney-Herbert, H.M. Divisional In- 
spector of Schools. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1896-1900 and 1902-3 
(A.L.S., F.F.U., W.H.F.) ; 4th 
Mod. Hist. 1900 ; Diploma in 
Education ; Cricket XI. Jun. 
Inspector of Schools in Liverpool, 
West Riding of Yorks., and 
Worcestershire, and for one year 
in offices of Board of Education ; 
H.M. Inspector 1909 ; appointed 
to Norfolk ; transferred to Lanes. 
1912. Recreations : Cricket, golf, 
yachting. Addresses : 4 Bank 
Parade, Preston ; Board of Edu- 
cation, Whitehall, London, S.W. 

Kenrick, Wilfred Byng : b. Dec. 4, 
1872 ; s. of Rt. Hon. William 
Kenrick, of Harbome ; m. 1906, 
Norah, d. of C. G. Beale. Issue : 
four children. £dlMC. Rugby ; Bal- 
liol 1891-4 (F. de P., A.L.S., 
W.H.F.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 1894 ; 
B.A. 1895. • Ironfoimder. Ad- 
dress : Metchley House, Edg- 
baston, Birmingham. 

Kent, Cecil Shelley : b. May 5, 1852 ; 
s. of T. F. Kent, of London ; tn. (i) 
1873, Jane Gilmore (d. 1890) ; (2) 
1893, Caroline (d. 1912), d. of John 
Honess, of Benenden, Kent. Educ. 
Harrow; Balliol 18 70-1 (R.L.N.). 
Union Soc. Publications : Occa- 
sional articles in Saturday Review. 
Address : Hilltop House, Brench- 
ley, Kent. 

Kenwood, Rev. John Daniel : b. 
July 12, 1878 ; s. of J. C. Ken- 
wood, formerly Contractor, of St. 
Leonards-on-Sea. Educ. Private, 
Non-Coil. 1907-8 ; Balliol 1909- 
10 (J.A.S., F.F.U.) ; Aegrotat 
Lit. Mod. (French), and B.A., 1910. 
Assist. Master, St. Andrew's Prep. 
School ,Southborough, 1910 ; Or- 



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dained d. 1912, p. 1913 ; Curate 
of Shepton Beauchamp 1912-. 
Address : Shepton Beauchamp 
Rectory, Ilminster. 

Ker, Edwin : b. Dec. 6, 1890 ; s. of 
Charles Ker, of Milngavie, Glas- 
gow. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 1909- 
13 (A.D.L., N.S.T.) ; Brakenbury 
Sch. ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1913. Address : Easterton, Miln- 
gavie, Glasgow. 

Km, William ; b. Oct. 14, 1892 ; 
s. of Charles Ker, of Milngavie, 
Glasgow. Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 
191 1- (H.M.W., N.S.T., A.J.T.) ; 
Scottish and Univ. 1914, and Coll. 
Hockey teams. Address : Easter- 
ton, Milngavie, Glasgow. 

♦Ker, William Paton : b. Aug. 30, 
1855 ; s. of William Ker, Merchant, 
Glasgow. Educ. Glasgow Aca- 
demy and Univ. ; Bsilliol 1874-8 
(F. de P., T.H.G.) ; Snell Ex. ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1876 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
Taylorian Sch. (Italian), and B.A., 
1878 ; Fellow of All Souls 1879 ; 
M.A. 1881 ; Torpid ; won Morri- 
son Fours 1875. Dervorguilla Soc. 
Assist, to W. Y. Sellar, Prof, of 
Humanity, Edinburgh, 1879-80 ; 
Prof, of Eng. Lit. and Hist., Univer- 
sity Coll. of S. Wales, Cardiff, 1883- 
9 ; Exam, in Eng. Lit., Oxford, 
1897 and 1900 ; Prof, of Eng. Lit., 
University Coll., London ; Hon. 
Fellow of the Icelandic Literary 
Soc. ; Hon. member of National 
Forfatterforening (Denmark), and 
Scandinavian Soc. of America ; 
Romanes Lectvurer 1906 ; Hon. 
LL.D., Glasgow; Hon. D.Litt., 
Victoria Univ. ; F.B.A. ; F.Z.S. ; 
member of Oxford Dante Soc. ; 
member of Academic Committee 
of Royal Soc. of Literature. Publi- 
cations : Epic and Romance, 1897 ; 
The Dark Ages, 1904 ; Essays on 
Mediaeval Literature, 1905 ; Sturla 
the Historian, 1906 ; Tennyson 
(Leslie Stephen Lecture, Cam- 
bridge), 1909 ; English Literature 
Mediaeval (Home Univ. Series) 
1912. Clubs : Alpine, Athenaeum, 
Savile, United University, Climb- 
ers ; Alpine Italiano, Norsk Turist- 
forening, Western (Glasgow), Scot- 



tish Mountaineering. Addresses : 
All Souls College, Oxford; 95 
Gower St., London, W.C. 

Kermack, William Ramsay : b. 
July I, 1886 ; s. of Henry Ker- 
mack, Advocate, Edinburgh. Educ. 
Edinburgh Academy ; Ardvreck, 
Crieff; Fettes ; Balliol 1905-8 
(H.W.C.D., A.L.S., F.F.U., E.J.P.); 
2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1908. 
Union and Arnold Socs. With 
W. & A. K. Johnston, Ltd., Edin- 
burgh, 1910-; Lieut., 7th Batt., 
the Royal Scots. Publication : 
Historical Geography of Scotland, 
191 3. Address ; 39 Manor Place, 
Edinburgh. 

Kerr, John : b. June 27, 1853 ; s. 
of J. D. Kerr, of Girvan, Ayrshire ; 
tn. 1877, Euphemia, d. of Capt. 
George Fleming. Issue : two 
sons, one daughter. Educ. Burgh 
Academy ; Univ. of Glasgow ; 
Balliol 1874-6; Snell Ex. M.A., 
1876, Hon, LL.D. 1900, Glasgow ; 
Math. Master, Kilmarnock Aca- 
demy, 1876-7 ; Lecturer on Math, 
and Phys., Church of Scotland 
Training Coll., Glasgow, 1877-90 ; 
Head Master, Allan Glen's School, 
Glasgow, 1890- ; Pres. of Educ. 
Institute of Scotland 1895, and of 
Sloyd Assoc, of Scotland 1896-. 
Publications : Algebra Text-book, 
1878 ; Physics (Elementary), Theory 
and Practice, 1898 ; various papers 
on educational subjects. Address : 
Allan Glen's School, Glasgow. 

^Kerry, Rt. Hon. the Earl of, 
Henry William Edmund Htz- 
maurice : b. Jan. 14, 1872 ; s. of 
5 th Marquess of Lansdowne ; m. 
Feb. 16, 1904, Elsie, d. of Sir E. S. 
Hope, K.C.B., Registrar of the 
Privy Council. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1890-4 (A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1894 ; M.A. 1897. Union 
and Dervorguilla Socs. Grenadier 
Guards 1895 ; served in S. African 
War (present at Belmont, Modder 
River, Magersfontein) 1 899-1900 
(medal and mentioned in dis- 
patches) ; A.D.C. to Field-Marshal 
Lord Roberts ; transferred to 
Irish Guards, and D.S.O., 1900 ; 



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M.V.O., and Order of Charles III 
of Spain, 1905 ; retired from 
army (Major), and contested (U.) 
N. Westmorland, 1906 ; member 
of London County Council (Fi- 
nance, Highways, and Asylums 
Committees) for West Marylebone 
1907-10 ; M.P. (U.) West Derby- 
shire 1908- ; Director of Great 
Central Railway Co. 1908-. Clubs : 
Brooks's, Guards', Prince's, Pratt's. 
Addresses: 18 Gloucester Place, 
W. ; Sheen Falls, Kenmare, Co. 
Kerry. 

Kershaw, John Felix : b. Nov. 20, 
1873 ; s. of Sir Louis Ker- 
shaw, Chief Justice, Bombay ; tn. 
1906, Anne, d. of Overton Price, 
of Kentucky, U.S.A. Issue : two 
children. Educ. Shrewsbury ; 
Balliol 1892-6 (A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. 
Hist. 1895 ; 4th Jur., and B.A., 
1896 ; Univ. Trial 1894-5, Coll. 
(Capt.), and Leander 1894, Eights. 
Dervorgmlla and Annandale Socs. 
Barrister, I.T., 1897 ; Civil Judge, 
Khartoum, 1901 ; Judge, Native 
Tribunals, Egypt, 1904 ; Inspector 
in Native Parquet, Egypt, 1904-9 ; 
Judge, Native Tribunal, Alexan- 
dria, 1909-12 ; 3rd Class Medjidieh 
191 2 ; appointed to Native Court 
of Appeal 1913. Publications : 
Hints on the Conduct of Criminal 
Investigation (printed by Egyptian 
Government), 1907. Recreations : 
Golf, racquets, tennis, shooting, 
swimming. Clubs : White's ; Turf 
(Cairo). Address : Native Court of 
Appeal, Cairo, Egypt. 

Kershaw, Philip Southwell : b. 
March i, 1877 ; s. of Sir Louis 
Kershaw, Chief Justice, Bombay. 
Educ. Shrewsbury ; Balliol 1895- 
8 (J.L.S.D.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1897 ; 
Dervorguilla Soc. Univ. Trial 
1896, 7, 8, and Coll. (Capt.) 1898, 
Eights. Barrister, I.T., 1904 ; 
Clerk in Land Registry Office 1901- 
10 ; Sec. to Biurley and District 
New Forest Pony Soc, 1910-. 
Address : Shobley, Ringwood. 

Kharegat, Mancherji Pestonji : b. 
Dec. 18, 1864 ; s. of P. S. Khare- 
gat, of Bombay ; tn. March 3, 
1 891, Tilubai, d. of Shapurji Jewayi, 



of Bombay. Educ. The Proprie- 
tary School, and St. Xavier's Coll., 
Bombay; Balliol 1882-4 (A.T., 
W.M.) ; Boden Sch. 1884. I.C.S., 
Bombay ; Assist, Collector 1884- 
8; Assist, and Sessions Judge 1888- 
95 ; District and Sessions Judge 
1895-1910 ; retired 1910. Address: 
Mount Pleasant Road, Malabar 
Hill, Bombay, India. 
Kidd, Percy Marmaduke : 6. 1851 ; 
s. of Joseph Kidd, M.D., of Black- 
heath ; m. 1881, Gertrude Eleanor, 
d. of Major-Gen. T. B,. Harrison, 
Bengal Staff Corps. Issue : three 
sons. Educ. Uppingham ; Balliol 
1869-73 (T.H.G., R.L.N.,H.J.S.S.); 
3rd CI. Mods. 1871 ; ist Nat. Sci., 
and B.A., 1873 ; Radcliffe Travel- 
ling Fellow, M.A., and B.M., 1878 ; 
M.D. 1882 ; Freshmen's and 
Seniors' Cricket Games ; Cricket 
XI ; won Hurdles, &c., in Coll, 
sports. Union Soc. On Staff 
since 1890, late Lecturer in Prac- 
tice of Medicine and in Medical 
Pathology in the Medical School, 
London Hospital ; on Staff for 25 
years, and Consulting Physician 
since 1906, Hospital for Consump- 
tion and Diseases of the Chest, 
Brompton ; Consulting Physician, 
King Edward VII Sanatorium ; 
F.R.C.P. ; Censor 1911-13, Lum- 
leian Lectures 1912, Royal Coll. of 
Physicians. Publications : Articles, 
mostly on diseases of the lungs zmd 
heart, in Allbutt's System of 
Medicine, Quain's Dictionary of 
Medicine, Bain's Text-book of 
Medicine, Fowler's Dictionary of 
Medicine, and in various meilical 
journals and transactions of medi- 
cal socs. Recreations : Fishing, 
golf. Address : 60 Brook St., 
Grosvenor Square, London, W. 
■►KUbracken, Rt. Hon. Lord, 1st 
Baron, John Arthur Godley : b. 
June 17, 1847 ; s. of J. R. Godley, 
of Killegar, Assist. Under-Sec. of 
State for War; m. 1871, Hon. 
Sarah James, d. of ist Lord North- 
bourne. Issue : one son, three 
daughters. Educ. Rugby ; Bal- 
liol 1866-70 (B.J.) ; Ex. ; Latin 
Verse Prize 1867; ist CI. Mods., 



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and Hertford Sch., i868 ; Aeger in 
Final Schools ; Gaisford Verse 
Prize, and Prox. Acces. to Ireland 
Sch., 1869 ; Gaisford Prose Prize, 
and Ireland Sch., 1870 ; Eldon Sch. 
1874 ; Cricket XI (Capt.). Union 
Soc. Fellow 1874-81, Hon. Fellow 
1909, Hertford Coll. ; Private Sec. 
to Prime Minister (Rt. Hon. W. E. 
Gladstone) 1872-4 and 1 880-2 ; 
Commissioner of Inland Revenue 
1882-3 ; Under-Sec. of State for 
India 1883-1909 ; Governor since 
1890, and Chairman since 1902, 
Rugby School ; G.C.B. 1908 ; 
Baron 1909 ; Trustee of British 
Museum 1910 ; Hon. Fellow of 
Balliol 1912. Club : Athenaeum. 
Address : South Hartfield, Cole- 
man's Hatch, Sussex. 

Kincaid, Charles Augustus : h. 
Feb. 8, 1870 ; s. of Major-Gen. 
Kincaid, Resident of Bhopal ; m. 
1904, May Catharine Seddon. 
Issuer, two sons, one daughter. 
Educ. Sherborne ; Balliol 1889-91 
(W.M.) ; Rugby XV. Entered 
L.I. ; I.C.S. ; Assist. Collector, 
Sind, 1 891-4 ; Assist. Judge, 
Satara, 1896-8 ; Judicial Assist., 
Kathiawar, 1 898-1 905 ; Agent for 
Sardars in the Deccan 1905-9 ; 
Sec. to Government of Bombay, 
Political, Judicial, and Special 
Departments, 1910 ; District and 
Sessions Judge of Satara 191 3-; 
C.V.O. 1911. Publications : The 
Outlaws of Kathiawar ; The Tale of 
a Tulsi Plant. Club : East India 
United Services. Address : The 
Secretariat, Bombay, India. 

King, Bolton : b. May 8, i860 ; s. 
of E. B. King, of Chadshunt, War- 
wickshire ; m. Lydia, d. of George 
Arnold, /ssmc: four children. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1879-83 (F. de P., 
A.L.S.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1880 ; ist 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1883 ; M.A. 
1888. Union and Dervorguilla 
Socs. Toynbee Hall 1884-92 ; 
AldermEm 1 891-1904, Chairman 
Technical Educ. 1 894-1 903, and 
Vice-chairman Educ. 1903-4, 
Committees, and Director of 
Education 1904-, Warwickshire 
Coimty Council. Publications : 



History of Italian Unity (and 
translations into French, Italian, 
and Russian) ; Italy of To-day 
(with T. Okey), and translated 
into Italian — three ed. ; Life of 
Mazzini (and translated into 
Italian — two ed.). Address : Arden 
Lodge, Warwick. 

King, Carleton Moss : b. July 17, 
1878 ; s. of R. M. King, J.P., D.L. 
(Somerset), I.C.S. ; m. Nov. 11, 
1909, Fanny Helen, d. of A. W. 
Cruickshank, C.S.I. Issue : three 
daughters. Educ, Brighton Coll. ; 
Balliol 1897-1902 (F. de P., 
J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1899. 
Union, JBrakenbury, and Arnold 
Socs. I.C.S., United Prov., 1902 ; 
served in Bareilly, Saharanpur, 
Banda, Moradabad, Mirzapur 
(Ofi&ciating Deputy Supt. of Family 
Domains of H.H. the Maharaja of 
Benares), Lucknow, Simla (Of&ci- 
ating Personal Assist, to Director 
of Criminal Intelligence) ; City 
Magistrate, Lucknow, 1910-13 ; 
Officiating Collector, Gorakhpur, 
1913-14. Recreations : Shooting, 
lawn tennis, &c. Address: Ash- 
cott Hill, Bridgwater, Som. 

King, Cliarlcs Montague : b. Jan. 5, 
1872 ; s. of H. O. King, of London ; 
m. Sept. 12, 1899, Agnes Bertha, 
d. of A. C. Clark, of Haileybury. 
Issue : two children. Educ. St. 
Paul's School (Sch. and Ex.) ; 
Balliol 1890-2 (W.M.) ; Math. 
Sch. Brakenbury Soc. I.C.S., 
Punjab ; Assist. Commissioner 
1892 ; Deputy do. 1901-. Club : 
East India United Services. Ad- 
dress : c/o H. S. King & Co., 
9 Pall Mall, London, S.W. 

*King, Sir Henry Seymour : b. 
Jan. 4, 1852 ; s. of H. S. King, 
J. P., of Chigwell ; tn. Oct. 21, 
1875, Julia Mary, d. of Rev, Dr. 
John Jenkins, of Montreal. Educ. 
Charterhouse (Sch.) ; Balliol 1871- 
5 (F. de P.) ; B.A. and M.A. 1880 ; 
Univ. Cricket smd Assoc. XI's. 
Union Soc. ; Chatham Club. 
Member (Sen. since 1878) of firm 
of Henry S. King & Co., London, 
King, King & Co., Bombay, and 
King, Hamilton & Co., Calcutta ; 



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M.P. (C.) Central Hull 1885-1911 ; 
CLE. 1887 ; K.C.LE. 1892 ; ist 
Mayor of Kensington, 1 901-2 ; 
F.R.G.S. ; Lieut, of the City of 
London ; Governor of Charter- 
house ; Pres. of the Indian Tea 
Assoc. Recreations : Alpine climb- 
ing, yachting, golf. Clubs : Athe- 
naeum, Carlton, Conservative, 
Savile, Alpine, Royal Yacht 
Squadron, Royal Temple Yacht, 
Royal Automobile. Address : 25 
Cornwall Gardens, South Kensing- 
ton, London, S.W. 

King, William Augustus Henry : 
Feb. 23, 1894; s. of Col. H. S. 
King, of Botley, Hants. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1912- (C.B., 
A.J.T.). Address : Curdridge 
Grange, Botley, Hants. 

*Kingan, Thomas Davison : b. 
Nov. 7, 1879 ; s. of Samuel 
Kingan, D.L., of Glenganagh, 
Co. Down. Educ. Sunningdale 
School, Berks. ; Campbell Coll., 
Co. Down ; Balliol 1 898-1 902 
(F. de P., E.J.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1900 ; 
2nd Jur., and B.A., 1902 ; M.A. 
1907 ; Rugby XV ; Hockey XI. 
Union and Brakenbury Socs. 
Irish Bar 1905. Recreations : 
Golf, hunting, tennis. Clubs : 
Ulster (Belfast), University (Dub- 
lin). Addresses 1 Glenganagh, Co. 
Down ; 127 Lower Baggot St., 
Dublin. 

Kingscote, Nigel Richard Fitz- 
hardinge : b. Feb. 14, 1857 ; s. of 
Sir R. N. Kingscote, G.C.V.O., 
K.C.B. Educ. Eton; Balliol 
1878. C/m6 : Brooks's. Addresses: 
Kingscote Park, Tetbury, Glos. ; 
4 Southwick Crescent, London, W. 

Kinross, Rt. Hon. Lord, 2nd Baron, 
Patrick Balfour : b. April 23, 
1870 ; s. of I St Lord Kinross, 
Lord Justice-General of Scotland, 
P.C. ; tn. Aug. 1903, Caroline 
Elsie, d. of A. Johnstone-Douglas, 
D.L. for Dumfriesshire. Issue : 
two sons, two daughters. Educ. 
Cargilfield, Edinburgh ; Harrow ; 
Balliol 1889-93 (A.L.S., W.H.F.) ; 
3rd Mod. Hist. 1893 ; B.A. 1894 ; 
Univ. Golf team ; Cricket XI ; 
Torpid. Dervorguilla and Annan- 



dale Socs. Advocate, Scottish 
Bar ; Director, Scottish Widows' 
Fund Assurance Soc. Clubs : 
Brooks's; New (Edinburgh). Ad- 
dress : 3 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh. 

Kirby, Arthur Cecil : b. Dec. so, 
1889; s. of William Kirby, of 
Caversham, Oxon. Educ. Rep- 
ton ; Balliol 1909-13 (C.B., 
H.M.W., R.G.); 3rd CI. Mods. 
191 1 ; 4th Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1913 ; Univ. and Coll. Assoc, 
and Hockey XI's. Address : The 
Red House, Caversham, Reading. 

*Kirby, Rev. Edgar Arthur : b. 
Jan, 29, 1873 ; s. of L. D. Kirby, 
Barrister-at-law. Educ. Stony- 
hurst ; Balliol 1893-6 (T.R., 
E.G., W.H.F.) ; 3rd Jur., and 
B.A., 1896 ; M.A. 1913 ; Assoc. XI ; 
Lawn Tennis team. Union Soc. 
B.A., London, 1892 ; passed Bar 
Final Exam. ; articled for three 
years with Soames, Edwards, & 
Jones, Solicitors, London ; passed 
Solicitors' Final Examination (3rd 
Class Honours) ; Managing Clerk 
for two years to Francis Ware, 
Solicitor, York ; Collegio Beda, 
Rome, 1905 ; ordained p. by 
Cardinal Respighi, at Rome, 1908 ; 
Curate at St. Peter's, Stalybridge, 
1909-. Address : St. Peter's, 
Stalybridge, Cheshire. 

*Kirby, WiUiam Henry : b. Feb. 25, 
1872 ; s. of H. G. Kirby, of 
Genoa ; m. Aug. 22, 1898, Coim- 
tess Marie Louise, d. of Count 
Augusto Fantoni, of Florence. 
Educ. Twyford School ; Winches- 
ter ; Balliol 1890-4 (A.L.S.) ; 
B.A. 1895 ; M.A. 1912 ; Cox. of 
Eight (won Ladies' Plate, Henley). 
Private Sec. to British Consul- 
General in Boston, U.S.A., 1894- 

5 ; entered firm of Granet, Brown 

6 Co., British Bank, Genoa, 1895, 
signature of firm 1903, partner in 
successors (Kirby & Le Mesurier) 
1910. Recreations: Music, writing, 
lawn tennis, racquets. Addresses : 

7 Via Carlo Felice, Genoa, and 
Villa S. Giacomo, Comigliano, 
Ligure, Italy. 

Kltiy&kara Varalaksna, Prince of 
Chandaburi, Slam : b. June 8, 

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1874 ; s. of King Chulaloukom ; 
m. 1895, Apsara Saman, d. of 
Prince Devawongse, of Siam. 
Issue : six sons, six daughters. 
Educ. Rockville School, Edin- 
burgh ; Private ; Balliol 1890-2 
(W, H. F., A.L.S.). Brakenbury 
and Arnold Socs. Director- 
General of Education, Siam, 1893 ; 
Comptroller-General of Finances 
1901 ; Minister of Finance 1907-. 
Address : Bangkok, Siam. 

Kitto, John Vivian : b. Nov. 17, 

1875 ; s. of Rev. Prebendary J. F. 
Kitto ; tn. Aug. 18, 1908, Nettie 
Catharine, d. of Col. H. E. Ryves, 
Bengal Cavalry. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Merchant Taylors' 
School ; Trinity Coll., Glenalmond ; 
Balliol 1895-8 (W.H.F., F.F.U., 
E.C., A.L.S.) ; and Mod. Hist. 1898 ; 
B.A. 1899. Union and Arnold 
(Pres. and Treas.) Socs. School- 
master 1898-1902 ; ditto, and Hist. 
Lecturer 1904-8; F.R. Hist.S. 
1901 ; Library work 1903 ; Assist. 
Lib., House of Commons, 1908-. 
Publications : edited and tran- 
scribed The Accounts of the Church- 
wardens of the Royal Parish of 
St. Martin -in- the - Fields, is^s- 
'603, 1900 ; occasional contribu- 
tions to daily and weekly papers. 
Address : The Library, House of 
Commons, London, S.W. 

Knaresborough, Bishop of : see 
Smith, Rt. Rev. L. F. M. B. 

KnatehbnII-Hugessen, Hughe Mont- 
gomery : b. March 26, 1886 ; s. 
of Rev. R. B. Knatchbull- 
Hugessen, Rector of West Grui- 
stead ; m. 1912, Mary, d. of Col. 
Gordon-Gilmour, C.V.O., D.S.O., 
of Liberton and Craigmillar. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Eton ( King's Sch . ) ; 
Balliol 1904-7 (H.W.C.D., F.F.U., 
A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1907. Union and Braken- 
bury Socs. Foreign OfiSce 1908 ; 
attached to Embassy at Con- 
stantinople 1909-10 ; Coronation 
Medal 1911. Address : Foreign 
Office, London, S.W. 

Knatchbull-Hugessen, Maurice Ast- 
ley : b. May 18, 1888 ; s. of Rev. 
R. B. Knatchbull-Hugessen, Rec- 



tor of West Grinstead. Educ. 
Radley ; Balliol 1907-10 (F.F.U.). 
Farming in S. Africa. Address : 
Government Experimental Farm, 
P.O. Box 181, Potchefstroom, 
Transvaal, S. Africa. 

Knatchbull-Hugessen, Rev. Regi- 
nald Bridges : b. 1831 ; s. of Sir 
Edward Knatchbull - Hugessen, 
Bart., of Mersham Hatch, Kent. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1848 ; B.A. 
1852. Ordained d. 1864, p. 1865 ; 
Curate of Boxley 1864-7 ; Rector 
of Cheriton 1866-76 ; Mersham 
1876-84 ; West Grinstead 1889- 
191 1. Address : West Grinstead 
Rectory, Horsham. [Died Jan. 
28, 1911.] 

Knight, Gilfred Norman : b. Sept. 

12, 1891 ; s. of W. F. Knight, of 
Croydon. Educ. Bradfield ; Bal- 
liol 1910-13 (E.H., N.S.T.) ; 2nd 
Jur., and B.A., 1913. Address: 
The Mount, Duppas Hill, Croydon. 
*KnowIing, Rev. Canon Richard 
John : b. Sept. 16, 1851 ; s. of 
Rev. Prebendary Knowling, Vicar 
of Wellington, Som. ; m. July 
1893, Ellen Lydia Mary Curteis, 
d. of Major-Gen. Raban. Educ. 
Blundell's ; Balliol 1869-74 (E.P., 
T.H.G.) ; Blundell Sch. ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1871; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1873 ; 2nd Theol., and B.A., 1874 ; 
M.A. 1876 ; B.D. and D.D. 1806 ; 
Cox of Eight and Four (Head of 
river) ; 2nd in 250 Yards Handi- 
cap, Coll. Sports, 1873. Or- 
dained d. 1875, p. 1876 ; CI. Master, 
Abingdon School, 1874-6 ; Curate 
of Wellington, Som., 1876-8 ; 
St. Martin-in-the-Fields 1878-84 ; 
Censor and Lecturer 1884-90, 
Vice- Principal 1890-7, Prof, of 
New Testament Exegesis 1894- 
1905, Fellow 1899, Emeritus 
Prof. 1905, King's Coll., London ; 
Select Preacher at Cambridge 
1895, Boyle Lecturer 1903-5 ; 
Exam, for Hall-Houghton Prizes 
1897, and Denyer and Johnson 
Sch. 1905, Oxford, and for 
Honours Theol., Univ. of London, 
1905 ; Exam. Chapl. to Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury and Bishop 
of Exeter 1903 ; Canon Residen- 

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tiary of Durham, and Prof, of 
Divinity in Durham Univ., 1905-. 
Publications : The Witness of the 
Epistles ; ' Acts of the Apostles ' 
(Expositor's Greek Test.), 1901 ; 
Epistle of St. James (Westminster 
Commentaries), 1904; Our Lord's 
Virgin Birth, 1904 ; Testimony 
of St. Paul to Christ (Boyle Lec- 
tures), 1905 ; Literary Criticism 
and the New Testament (Man- 
chester Cathedral Lectures), 1907 ; 
Messianic Interpretation, and 
Other Studies, 1910 ; contribu- 
tions to Smith and Wace's Dic- 
tionary of Christian Biography, 
Critical Review, Critical Questions, 
1903, Encyclopaedia Britannica, 
lothed., Biblical World, Hastings's 
Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels, 
1907, and Murray's Dictionary of 
Christian Biography, igi\ . A ddress: 
The Close, Durham. 
Knox, Gordon Daniell : b. July 10, 
1880 ; s. of Sir G. E. Knox, 
Judge of High Court, Allahabad. 
Educ. Edinburgh Academy ; Bal- 
liol 1 899-1 902 and 1904-5 (F. de 
P., A.L.S.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1901 ; 
2nd Mod. Hist. 1903 ; B.A. 1905. 

Knox, Harry : b. Nov. 30, 1866 ; 

s. of A. B. Knox, Barrister-at- 
law ; m. 1895, Rosamund Alice, 
d. of J. B. Dyne, Barrister-at-law. 
Issue : two sons, one daughter. 
Educ. Oratory School, Edgbaston ; 
Private ; Balliol 1886-90 (J.L.S.D., 
A.V.D.); 2ndjur., andB.A., 1890; 
Univ. Lawn Tennis team 1888, 9, 
90 (Pres. 1890) ; Univ. Lawn Ten- 
nis Championship (singles) 1890 ; 
Inter-Coll. Championship (doubles) 
1889, 90 ; Rugby XV ; Assoc. 
XL Union Soc. Played Assoc, 
football with Casuals, Corin- 
thians, Swifts, and London till 
1892 ; Barrister, I.T., 1892 ; 
admitted as Solicitor, and joined 
firm of Paines, Blyth, & Hux- 
table, 1909. Publication : joint 
author of Copyright in Designs. 
Addresses : 3 North Hill, High- 
gate, London, N. ; 14 St. Helen's 
Place, London, E.C. 
Knox, Rev. Herbert Carnegie : b. 
Feb. 28, 1862 ; s. of H. G. A. 



Knox, J. P., of Sonning ; m. 1890, 
Margaret, d. of Edmund Davies, 
Solicitor. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1881-3 (W.H.F.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1882 ; 2nd Theol., 
and B.A., 1884; M.A. 1887. 
Ordained d. 1885, p. 1886 ; Curate 
of Holy Trinity, Richmond, 1885- 
8 ; C.M.S. Missionary, Fulkien, 
China, 1888-93 ; Vicar of Sileby 
1894-9 ; Incumbent of St. Silas, 
Glasgow, 1 899-1 901 ; Vicar of 
Widcombe 1901-11 ; St. James's, 
Cheltenham, 191 2-. ■ Address : 
St. James's Vicarage, Cheltenham. 

Knox, Kenneth Neville : b. July 
21, 1878 ; s. of Sir G. E. Knox, 
Judge of High Court, Allahabad. 
Educ. Winchester (Sch.) ; Edin- 
burgh Univ. ; Balliol 1 900-1 
(W.M.). Union and Arnold Socs, 
M.A. (2nd CI. Honours), Edin- 
biurgh, 1899 ; I.C.S. ; Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector, United 
Prov., 1901 ; Assist. Accountant- 
General, Pimjab, 1909 ; Assist. 
Commissioner, United Prov., 191 1 ; 
Joint Magistrate and Assist. Col- 
lector 1912 ; Officiating Collector 
and Magistrate 191 3-. Club : East 
India United Services. Address : 
United Provinces, India. 

*Knox, Rev. Ronald Arbuthnott : 
b. Feb. 17, 1888 ; s. of Rt. Rev. 
E. A. Knox, D.D., Bishop of 
Manchester. Educ. Eton (King's 
Sch.) ; Balliol 1906-10 (C.B., 
A.D.L.) ; CI. Sch., and Jen- 
kjTis Ex. ; Hertford Sch. 1907; 
2nd CI. Mods., and Gaisford Greek 
Verse Prize, 1908 ; Ireland and 
Craven Schs. 1909 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
Chancellor's Latin Verse Prize, and 
B.A., 1910 ; M.A. 1913. Union 
(Sec. and Lib. 1908, Pres. 1909), 
Decalogue, Arnold, Dervorguilla, 
and Annandale Socs. Ordained d. 
1911, p. 1912 ; Fellow and Lec- 
turer in Classics 1910-, ChapL 
1912-, Trinity Coll. Publications : 
Signa Severa, 1906 ; Juxta Salices, 
1910 ; Some Loose Stones, 1913. 
Address : Trinity College, Oxford. 

Knyphausen, Baron Dodo Ernst 
ZU : b. July 6, 1877 ; s. of Count 
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Mengede, Westfalia ; nt. Sept. 26, 
1902, Elsa, d. of Prince Knyp- 
hausen. Educ. Giitersloh Gym- 
nasium ; Balliol 1896-7 (F.F.U.). 
Union Soc. Studied at Univs. of 
Bonn, Leipzig, and Berlin ; served 
in 4th Kiirassier Regiment, Miin- 
ster, 1900-1 ; passed Referendar 
Exam. 1900 ; Regienmgs- Assessor 
1906; Kgl. Landrat 1913. Ad- 
dress : Rastenburg, Ostpreussen, 
Germany. 

Knyphausen, Prince Dodo Carl Tido 
Albert Edzard, Fuerst zulnnhausen 
und : b. Oct. 27, 1876 ; s. of Rt. 
Hon. Count Knyphausen, of 
Liitzburg Castle, Hage, Hanover ; 
m. Oct. 10, 1907, Countess Theda 
Bismarck-Bohlen. Issue : three 
sons, one daughter. Educ. 

Ulrichs-Gymnasium, Norden ; Bal- 
liol 1896-7 (E.C.). Union Soc. 
Studied at Univs. of Bonn, Leipzig, 
and Berlin, and at Ratzeburg 
(Agric.) and Miinden and Ebers- 
walde (Forestry) ; passed Referen- 
dar Exam, at Celle ; member of 
the Prussian House of Lords, the 



Kreistag, Kreisausschuss, and Pro- 
vinziallandtag. Address : Lutz- 
burg Castle, near Hage, Ostfries- 
land, Hanover, Germany. 

Kotval, Pestonji Sorabji : b. 1869 ; 
s. of S. D. Kotval, of Bombay. 
Educ. Bombay Univ. ; Non-CoU. 
1886; Balliol 1888-9 (A.V.D.); 
3rd Jur., and B.A., 1889. Barrister, 
I.T., 1889. Address : High Court, 
Bombay, India. 

♦Kylie, Edward Joseph : b. Sept. 19, 
1880 ; s. of Richard Kylie, of Lind- 
say, Ontario. Educ. Lindsay Coll. 
Institute, Univ. of Toronto ; 
Balliol 1901-4 (A.L.S.) ; Hon. 
Ex. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1902 ; ist 
Mod. Hist. 1903 ; B.A. 1904 ; 
M.A. 1907 ; Univ. Lacrosse team ; 
Lawn Tennis team (Sec). Braken- 
bury Soc. (Vice-Pres.). Lecturer 
in Hist. 1904-9, Assoc. Prof. 
1909-, Univ. of Toronto. Publica- 
tion : English Correspondence of 
St. Boniface. Clubs : British Em- 
pire; Golf, and Arts and Letters 
(Toronto). Address : University 
of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. 



Labistour, Philip Cashnir de Roque- 
feuil : b. Oct. 13, 1883 ; s. of 
G. A. de R. Labistour, of the 
Colonial Ofi&ce, Pietermaritzburg, 
Natal. Educ. Beaumont Coll. ; 
Balliol 1903-4 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.). 
Address : c/o H.B.M.'s Consul, 
Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

*Lacaita, Charles Carmichael : b. 
April 5, 1853 ; s. of Sir J. P. 
Lacaita, K.C.M.G. ; m. June 2, 
1885, Mary Annabel, d. of Sir 
F. H. Doyle, 2nd Bart. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1872-5 (R.L.N., 
H.J.S.S., T.H.G.) ; Ex.; istMath. 
Mods. 1873 ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1875 ; M.A. 1878 ; won 
Univ. Tennis Racquets, 1875. 
Dervorguilla Soc. Barrister, L.I., 
1879 ; Assist. Private Sec. to 
Earl Granville 1885 ; M.P. (L.) 
Dundee 1885-8 ; Director of 
Anglo-Italian Bank, and of United 



Limmer and Vorwohle Rock 
Asphalte Co. ; J. P., Sussex ; 
F.L.S. Publications: 'The Ety- 
mology of the words Crocus and 
Saffron' (Maw's Genus Crocus), 
1885 ; various papers in Nuovo 
Giornale Botanico Italiano, and in 
other botanical joimials. Club : 
Athenaeum. Addresses : Selham 
House, Selham, Sussex ; Leuca- 
spide, near Taranto, and Palazzo 
dei Rufoli, Ravello, Italy. 

Lacaita, Francis Charles : &.Oct. 19, 
1887 ; s. of C. C. Lacaita, of 
Selham, Sussex. Educ. Eton; 
Balliol 1907-10 (H.B.H.) ; 4th 
Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 1910. 
17th Lancers. Address : Selham 
House, Selham, Sussex. 

'*'Lacey, Rev. Thomas Alexander : 
b. Dec. 20, 1853 ; s. of G. F. Lacey, 
of Nottingham ; m. 1888, Dorothy, 
d. of W. S. Banks. Issue : three 
sons, three daughters. Educ. 



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Nottingham High School ; Balliol 
1871-6 (T.H.G.) ; Ex. ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum. 1875 ; B.A. 1876 ; M.A. 
1885. Union Soc. Ordained d. 
1876, p. 1879 ; Assist. Master, 
Wakefield Gr. School 1876-8, 
Denstone Coll. 1885-9 ; Curate 
of Westgate Common 1876-9 ; 
St. Benedict, Ardwick, 1880-3 ; 
member of Council of English 
Church Union 1891- ; Vicar of 
St. Edmund's, Northampton, 
1892-4 ; Madingley 1894-1903 ; 
visited Rome to assist in Papal 
Inquiry into English Ordinations 
1896 ; Chapl. 1903-10, Warden 
1910-, London Diocesan Peni- 
tentiary ; Pringle-Stewart Lec- 
turer, Keble, 1913-14. Publica- 
tions : De Hierarchia Anglicana 
(with Rev. E. Denny), 1895 ; col- 
laborated in Revue Anglo-Romaine, 
1895-6 ; Liturgical Interpolations, 
1898 ; Elements of Christian Doc 
trine, 1901 ; Handbook of Church 
Law, 1903 ; The Historic Christ, 
1905 ; The Mysteries of Grace, and 
A Bishop's Letters, 1908 ; Con- 
sciousness of God, 1909 ; A Roman 
Diary, 1910; Marriage in Church 
and State, 1912 ; joint editor of The 
English Hymnal ; contributions to 
Guardian, Pilot, Church Times, &c. 
Recreation : Golf. Address : 3 The 
Park, Highgate, London, N. 

Laoey, Walter Graham : b. July 17, 
1894 ; s. of R. L. Lacey, of Bed- 
ford. Educ. Bedford Gr. School ; 
BalUol 1913- (A.W.P.C). Union 
Soc. Address : 8 Park Avenue, 
Bedford. 

*Laffan, Rev. Robert George Dal- 
rymple : b. Oct. 21, 1887 ; s. of 

E. S. Laffan, I.C.S. Educ. Eton 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1906-11 (A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D., N.S.T.) ; Brakenbury 
Sch. ; ist Mod. Hist., and B.A., 

1910 ; M.A. 1913 ; Hon. mention 
Arnold Prize 1914 ; Cricket and 
Assoc. XI's ; Rugby XV. Union 
(Treas, 1908, Pres. 1909), Braken- 
bury, and Arnold (Sec. and Vice- 
Pres.) Socs. Ordained d. 1912, 
p. 1913 ; Assist. Lecturer, Keble, 

191 1 ; Curate of St. Olave's, York, 
1912-13; Fellow of Queens' 



Coll., Cambridge, 1912-. Address : 
Queens' College, Cambridge. 

*Laing, Rev. Samuel: 6. 1870; s. of 
Samuel Laing, of Oxford. Educ. 
St. Andrews Univ. ; Balliol 1889- 
93 (F. de P., R.L.N., J.A.S.) ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1891 ; 4th Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1893 ; M.A. 1897. 
Cuddesdon Theol. Coll.; ordained 
d. 1898, p. 1900; Curate of Head- 
ington Quarry, 1898-1903; Rector 
of Whatley, 1903-12. Address : 
Chantry, Avelon Gififord, Devon. 

Lamboume, George Ernest : b. April 
5, 1876 ; s. of George Lamboume, 
of Oxford. Educ. High School, 
Oxford ; BalUol 1894-9 (J.W.R.) ; 
Skjmner Sch. ; 1st Math. 
Mods. 1895 ; Jim. Math. Sch, 
1896; ist Math. 1897 ; B.A. 1898. 
I.C.S. Assist. Magistrate and 
Collector, Bengal, 1900 ; Assist. 
Commissioner, Assam, 1902 ; Joint 
Magistrate and Deputy Collector, 
East Bengal and Assam, 1908 ; re- 
transferred to Bengal 1912. Ad- 
dress : I.C.S., Joint Magistrate and 
Deputy Collector, Bengal, India. 

Lambton, Hon. Claud : b. Jan. 4, 
1865 ; s. of 2nd Earl of Durham ; 
m. April 1901, Lettice, d. of Edward 
Wormald. Issue : three sons, one 
daughter. Educ. Cheam ; Eton ; 
Balliol 1884-7 (J.W.M., A.L.S.); 
4th Mod. Hist. 1887 ; B.A. 1889. 
Director of Tadcaster Tower 
Brewery 1889-, and of Morris & 
Co., Decorators, 1905-. Clubs : 
Turf, Marlborough. Address : 15 
Bolton St., London, W. 

Lane, Very Rev. Emald : b. March 3, 
1836 ; s. of J. N. Lane, of King's 
Bromley, Staffs. ; m. July 1879, 
Evelyn Adelaide, d. of J.W. Philips, 
of Heybridge. Issue : one son, 
two daughters. Educ. Private ; 
BalUol 1855-9 (E.C.W.) ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1858 ; 3rd Law and Hist. 
1859 ; B.A. i860 ; M.A. 1861 ; 
B.D. andD.D. 1905 ; Univ., 1858- 
9, and Coll. Eights. FeUow of All 
Souls 1860-79 ; ordained d. 1862, 
p. 1863 ; Ciurate of Baldersley 
1862-8 ; Rector of Albiury 1868- 
70 ; Vicar of St. Michael's, Hands- 
worth, 1870 ; Rector of Leigh 



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1870-1904 ; Fellow and Vice- 
Provost of Midland Group of 
Woodard Schools ; Proctor, Dio. of 
Lichfield, and Exam. Chapl. to 
Bishop of Lichfield, 1886 ; Arch- 
deacon of Stoke-on-Trent 1888 ; 
Dean of Rochester 1904-13. Re- 
creations : Fishing, fanning, gar- 
dening. Address : The Deanery, 
Rochester. [Died Jan. i6, 1913.] 

Lane, Kenneth Westmacott : 6. July 
16, 1893 ; s. of Rev. F. D. Lane, 
Chapl. to County and City Asylum, 
Powick, Worcester. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1912- (H.B.H.) ; Williams 
Ex. Address : Charlecote, Malvern 
Road, Worcester. 

Lang, Andrew : b. March 31, 1844 ; 
s. of John Lang, of Selkirk ; m. 
1874. £<i«c. Edinburgh Academy ; 
St. Andrews Univ. ; Balliol 1865- 
8 ; Snell and Greaves Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1866 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1868 ; 
B.A. 1869 ; M.A. 1875 ; Hon. 
D.Litt. 1904. Fellow 1868-76, 
and afterwards Hon. Fellow, 
Merton Coll. ; Ford Lecturer 1904 ; 
F.B.A, Publications : Ballads 
and Lyrics of Old France, 1872 ; 
Oxford : Brief Historical and 
Descriptive Notes, 1879 ; Ballads 
in Blue China, 1880 ; Helen of 
Troy, 1882 ; Custom and Myth, 
Ballads and Verses Vain, Rhymes 
d la Mode, and Princess Nobody, 
1884 ; Books and Bookmen, In the 
Wrong Paradise, Letters to Dead 
Authors, Mark of Cain, and Politics 
of Aristotle, 1886 ; Myth, Ritual, 
and Religion, 1887 ; Grass of 
Parnassus, Ballads of Books, and 
Gold of Fairnilee, 1888 ; Blue Fairy 
Tale Book, Letters on Literature, 
Lost Leaders, and Prince Prigio, 
1889 ; Red Fairy Tale Book, Life, 
Letters, and Diaries of Sir Stafford 
Northcote, How to Fail in Litera- 
ture, and Old Friends, 1890 ; Blue 
Poetry Book, Angling Sketches, and 
Essays in Little, 1891 ; Green 
Fairy Book, and The Library, 
1892 ; Prince Ricardo of Pan- 
touflia, True Story Book, Homer 
and the Epic, and St. Andrews, 
1893 ; Yellow Fairy Book, Ban et 
Arriire Ban, and Cock Lane and 



Common Sense, 1894 ; My Own 
Fairy Book, 1895 ; Life of John 
Gibson Lockhart, 1896 ; Pickle, the 
Spy, Book of Dreams and Ghosts, 
and Pink Fairy Book, 1897 ; 
translation of Odyssey (with Prof. 
Butcher) ; of Iliad (with Myers 
and Leaf) ; The World's Desire 
(with Rider Haggard) ; The Mak- 
ing of Religion, and The Com- 
panions of Pickle, 1898 ; The 
Homeric Hymns, and The Red 
Book of Animals, 1899 ; A History 
of Scotland from the Roman Occupa- 
tion, vol. i ; Prince Charles Edward, 

1900 ; Magic and Religion, Alfred 
Tennyson, and The Mystery of 
Mary Stuart, 1901 ; The Disen- 
tanglers, 1902 ; The Valet's Tra- 
gedy, 1903 ; John Knox and the 
Reformation, 1905 ; Homer and 
His Age, 1906 ; Olive Fairy Book, 
1907 ; Sir George Mackenzie, 
King's Advocate, 1909 ; A Defence 
of Sir Walter Scott and the Border 
Minstrelsy, 19 10. Club : Athe- 
naeum. Address: I Marloes Road, 
London, W. [Died July 20, 1912.] 

*Lang, Rt. Hon. and Host Rev. 
Cosmo Gordon : b. Oct. 31, 1864 ; 
s. of Very Rev. J. M. Lang, D.D., 
LL.D., C.V.O., Principal and Vice- 
Chancellor of Aberdeen Univ. 
Educ. Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 
1882-6 (D.G.R., R.L.N., A.L.S.) ; 
Brakenbiury Hist. Sch. ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1885 ; ist Mod. 
Hist. 1886 ; Prox. Acces. to Stan- 
hope Prize; M.A. 1889; D.D. 

1901 ; Hon. D.C.L. 1913. Union 
(Sec. 1883, Pres. 1884), Braken- 
bury, and Dervorguilla Socs. Stu- 
dent of I.T. 1883-9 ; Fellow of All 
Souls 1888-^3, and re-elected 
1896- ; ordained d. 1890, p. 1891 ; 
Curate of Leeds 1890-3 ; Fellow 
and Dean of Divinity 1893-6, Hon. 
Fellow 1909, Magdalen Coll. ; 
Vicar of St. Mary's, Oxford, and 
Exam. Chapl. to Bishop of Lich- 
field, 1894-6 ; Exam. Chapl. to 
Bishop of Oxford 1894-1901 ; 
Select Preacher, Oxford 1896, 
Cambridge 1897, 1902, and 1911 ; 
"Vicar of Portsea, and Chapl. 
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Hon. Chapl. to Queen Victoria 
1899-1901 ; Bishop of Stepney, 
and Canon and Treas. of St. Paul's 
Cathedral, 1901-9 ; D.D., Glasgow, 
1906 ; Archbishop of York 1909- ; 
LL.D. Leeds, andD.C.L. Durham, 
1909 ; Prelate of the Order of St. 
John of Jerusalem in England 1 9 1 1 ; 
D.Litt., Sheffield, 1912 ; one of the 
Lords of H.M. Privy Council. 
Publications : The Miracles of Jesus, 
1900 ; The Parables of Jesus, and 
The Opportunity of the Church of 
England, 1906, Address : Bishop- 
thorpe, York. 
Lange, Frederick Louis Christian : 

b. May 8, 1871 ; s. of F. L. C. 
Lange, of Oxford. Educ. Private ; 
Balliol 1892-3 (T.R., W.H.F.). 

*Langford, Rev. Canon John Frere : 
b. July 21, 1841 ; s. of J. W. Lang- 
ford, H.E.I.C.S. ; m. (i) 1873, 
Emily Anne, d. of Rev. Canon 
Girdlestone, of Bristol ; (2) Edith 
E. M., widow of Reginald Hooper, 
of Southbrook, Starcross, S. Devon. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1860-5 
(E.C.W.); 3rd CI. Mods. 1862; 
3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1864 ; 
M.A. 1868 ; Morrison Fours i860. 
Union Soc. Ordained d. 1865, 
p. 1866 ; Curate of Newport 
Pagnell 1865-6 ; Cranfield 1866- 
70 ; St. Jude's, Gray's Inn 
Road, 1870-3 ; Chapl. of Found- 
ling Hospital 1872-6 ; Vicar of 
Bere Regis 1876-86; Chapl. of 
Holy Trinity, Nice, 1 886-1 908 ; 
Queen Victoria Jubilee Medal ; 
Hon. Canon of Gibraltar 1900. 
Club : Royal Societies. Addresses : 
Southbrook, Starcross, S. Devon ; 
Villa Bella Vista, Cimiez, Nice, 
France. 

''Lansdowne, The Most Hon. the 
Marquess of, 5th Marquess, 
Hen^ Charles Keith Petty-Fitz- 
maunce : b. Jan. 14, 1845 ; s. of 

4th Marquess ; m. 1869, Lady 
Maud Evelj^ Hamilton, d. of 
ist Duke of Abercom. Issue : 
two sons, two daughters. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1863-7 ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1865 ; and Lit. Hum. 1867 ; 
B.A. and M.A. 1884 ; Hon. D.C.L. 
1888, Lord of the Treasury 1869- 



72 ; Under-Sec. for War 1872-4, 
and for India 1880 ; Governor- 
General of Canada 1883-8 ; 
G.C.M.G., 1884 ; Viceroy of India 
1888-93 ; G.C.S.I. 1888 ; G.C.I. E. 

1893 ; Sec. of State for War 1895- 
1900, and for Foreign Affairs 
1900-5 ; Trustee of National 
Gallery 1894- ; K.G. 1894 ; P.C. 
1895 ; Lord Lieut, of Wiltshire 
1896- ; Royal Victorian Chain 
1905 ; Hon. LL.D., Leeds. Clubs : 
Brooks's, Travellers'. Addresses : 
Lansdowne House, • Berkeley 
Square, London, W. ; Bowood, 
Calne, Wilts. ; Derreen, Kenmare, 
Co. Kerry. 

Latliam, Arthur Carlyle : b. Dec i, 
1867 ; s. of Dr. P. W. Latham, of 
Cambridge ; m. 1906, Ella, d. of 
Peter Larsen, of Aarhus. Educ. 
Fettes ; Edinburgh Univ. ; Balliol 
1887-92 (J.C.) ; 2nd Nat. Sci. 
(Chem.), and B.A., 1890; ist Nat. 
Sci. (Phys.) 1892 ; M.B. and B.Ch. 

1894 ; M.A. 1895 ; M.D. 1902 ; 
Rugby XV ; Assoc. XI ; prize- 
winner at Coll. Sports and in 
'Strangers' Races'. Studied at 
Heidelberg, Vienna, Berlin, and 
Cambridge (M.A. 1898) Univs., 
and at St. George's Hospital, 
London (Sch.) ; F.R.C.P., London ; 
Physician and Lecturer on Medi- 
cine at St. George's Hospital ; 
Advisory Physician to Throat 
Hospital, Golden Square, and to 
York Road Lying-in Hospital ; 
formerly Sen. Assist. Physician, 
Brompton Hospital for Consump- 
tion and Victoria Hospital for Chil- 
dren ; obtained first prize (£500) 
for essay on the erection of the 
King Edward VII Sanatorium ; 
Hon. Sec. Royal Soc. of Medicine. 
Publications : A Dictionary of 
Medical Treatment; The Early 
Diagnosis and Modem Treatment 
of Consumption, 4th ed. ; The 
Conquest of Consumption : an 
Economic Study, 12th thousand ; 
joint editor of A System of Treat- 
ment, 4 vols. ; various papers and 
translations on medical subjects. 
Recreations : Small-boat sailing, 
motoring. Club : Oxford and 



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Cambridge. Addresses : 38 Port- 
land Place, London, W. ; Moor 
Farm, Frimley Green, Surrey. 
Latham, Arthur Charles Hubert : 
b. Jan. 10, 1883; s. of L^ H. 
Latham, of Paris. Educ. Ecole 
Alsacienne Lycee Janson de Sailly, 
Paris; Balliol 1903-4 (A.L.S.). 
Union Soc, Big game shooting, 
Sudan, Abyssinia, and Indo-China, 
1905-8 ; Aviation 1909-12. Club : 
Cercle de la Rue Royale (Paris). 
Address : Chateau de Maillebois, 
Eure-et-Loir, France. [Killed by 
a buffalo while himting in French 
Congo, June 7, 19 12.] 
Latham, Peter Morton Sturges : 
b. Nov. 17, 1894 ; s. of William 
Latham, K.C., of Frensham, Fam- 
ham, Surrey, Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1913- (C.B.) ; Nettleship 
Musical Sch. Union and Arnold 
Socs. Address : The Priory, Fren- 
sham, Famham, Surrey. 
Latter, Arthur Malcolm : b. June 27, 
1875 ; s. of Rev. A. S. Latter, 
Rector of Outwell. Educ. Mjirl- 
borough (Foundation Sch.) ; Bal- 
Uol 1893-7 (W.H.F., W.R.H., 
A.L.S. ,F.F.U.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; 
3rd CI, Mods. 1895 ; ist Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1897. Brakenbury Soc. 
Univ. Extension Lecturer 1898- 
1900 ; Barrister, L.I., 1900 ; prac- 
tised in Shanghai 1901-3 ; London 
1903- ; Reader to the Law Soc. 
1904-13. Publications: Short His- 
tory of India, 1901 ; joint author of 
Contracts, 1909 ; contributor to 
Independent Review, 1903, 4 ; 
Journal of Comparative Legislation, 
1903, and Fortnightly Review, 1911. 
Club : Garrick. Address : 7 New 
Court, Carey St., London, W.C. 
*Laurie, Hemy Montague : b. 
Oct. 17, 1865 ; s. of D. C. Laurie, 
M.D., Edinburgh ; m. Nov. 1892, 
Caroline, d. of J. A. Callender, of 
Edinburgh. Issue : two sons and 
one daughter. Educ. Private ; 
Germany; Balliol 1884-7 (R.L.N., 
A.V.D.) ; 2nd Jur., and B.A., 
1887, Union Soc. Barrister, M.T., 
1887; I.C.S., Central Prov., 
1887; Assist. Commissioner and 
Under -Sec. to Chief Commis- 



sioner; Commissioner of Excise 
1892 ; Deputy Commissioner 1895 ; 
2ndj|Sec. 1900, Chief Sec. 1903, to 
Chief Commissioner ; Political 
Agent, Chhattisgarh feudatories, 
1906-7 ; Commissioner, Nerbudda, 
1908 ; Commissioner, Chhattisgarh 
Division, 1912 ; Additional Mem- 
ber, Imperial Legislative Council, 
1 9 14. Clubs : East India United 
Service, Albemarle. Address : 
Raipur, C.P., India. 
Lawless, Hon. Valentine Frederick : 

see Cloncurry, Baron. 

Lawrence, Edward : b. Sept. 9, 
1855 ; s. of Sir E. Lawrence, Kt., 
of Liverpool ; tn. Nov., 1899, 
Violet G., d. of Lieut.-Col. Hojel, 
I.M.S, Issue : one son, one 
daughter, Educ. Rugby (Head 
of School 1873-4, Leaving Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1874-8 (F. de PO ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1876; .B.A. 1878. 
I.C.S., ist in Open Competition 
1876, and Final 1878; Bombay 
Presidency; passed High Profi- 
ciency and Honours Exams, in 
Arabic and Persian ; Assist. Resi- 
dent at Aden dming Egyptian 
War 1882 ; Under-Sec. to Govern- 
ment of India, Finance Dept., 
1889 ; Accountemt-General, Alla- 
habad, 1890-9 ; conamanded Alla- 
habad Rifles 1898-9 ; Collector 
and Commissioner, Bombay Presi- 
dency, from 1900 ; Commissioner, 
Ahmedabad, 1903-4 ; retired 1904 ; 
member of Liverpool City Council 
1906 ; Director of Liverpool 
United Gas Co. ; on committees 
of various charities; shooting 
expedition, B. E. Africa, 1911-12, 
Club : Junior Carlton. Address : 
Kingsland, Aigburth Hall Road, 
Liverpool. 
Lawrence, Henry Walter Neville : 
b. Oct. 26, 1892 ; s. of Sir W. R. 
Lawrence, ist Bart. Educ. Wel- 
lington ; Balliol 1910-11 (H.B.H.); 
Morrison Fours. Address : 94 
Eaton Square, London, S.W. 
^Lawrence, James Frederick Na- 
thaniel : b. Jan. 18, 1874 ; s. of 
N. T. Lawrence, of Lincoln's Inn; 
m. July, 1906, Kathleen, d. of 
Lieut.-Col. W. Pott. Issue i one 



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son, two daughters. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1891-5 (F. de P., E.A., 
J.L.S.D.); B.A. 1895; M.A. 1900; 
Univ. Trial 1894, and Coll. Eights ; 
won Coll. Sculls 1892-3. Annan- 
dale Soc. Solicitor ; partner in 
Lawrence, Graham & Co. Clubs : 
Windham, Union. Addresses : 6 
New Square, Lincoln's Inn, Lon- 
don, W.C. ; Pilgrims' Hall, Brent- 
wood. 

Lawrence, Sir Walter Roper ; 1st 
Bart. : b. Feb. 9, 1857 ; s. of 
George Lawrence, J. P., Monmouth- 
shire ; m. 1885, Lilian Gertrude, 
d. of J. Gwynne James, of Here- 
ford. Issue : two sons. Educ. 
Cheltenham ; Balliol 1877-9 
(J.L.S.D., A.T.). Dervorguilla 
Soc. ; Palmerston Club. I.C.S., ist 
in Open Competition, 1877; Assist. 
Commissioner, Thai, Kurram, Af- 
ghanistan (medal), 1880 ; poli- 
tical service Rajputana 1881-4 ; 
Under-Sec. to Punjab Government 
1884-6, and to Government of 
India 1887-9 ; Officiating Sec. to 
Government of India 1889 ; Hon. 
Sec. to Countess of DufEerin's 
Fund ; Settlement Commissioner, 

. Kashmir, 1889-95 ; CLE. 1891 ; 
Private Sec. to Viceroy 1898-1903 ; 
K.C.I.E. 1903 ; Chief of Staff of 
Prince of Wales for Indian Tour 
1905 ; G.C.I.E., and Baronet, 
1906 ; Member of Coimcil of India 
1907-9. Publicalion : The Valley 
of Kashmir. Clubs : Bath, Beef- 
steak, Garrick. Address : 22 
Sloane Gardens, London, S.W. 

Lawson, Edward Frederic : b. June 
16, 1890 ; s. of Lieut.-Col. the 
Hon. W. A. W. Lawson, D.S.O. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1909-13 
(A.L.S., N.S.T., F.F.U.) ; 3rd Mod. 
Hist. 1913; B.A. 1914; Univ. Polo 
team v. Cambridge 1 9 1 3 . A ddress : 
Staveley Lodge, Melton Mowbray. 

*Lawson, Hon. Harry Lawson 
Webster : b. Dec. 18, 1862 ; s. of 
I St Lord Bumham, K.C.V.O. ; 
tn. Jan. 2, 1884, Olive, d. of Gen. 
Sir Henry de Bathe, Bart., K.C.B. 
Issue : one daughter. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1881-4 (F. de P., 
A.L.S.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1882 ; ist 



Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1884 ; M.A. 
1887. Union (Sec. 1882), Dervor- 
guilla, and Brakenbury Socs. 
Lieut. 1883, Lieut.-Col., and Col. 
Commanding 1902, Bucks. Hussars, 
Territorial Reserve ; Barrister, 
I.T., 1889 ; represented St. 
Pancras 1889-92, Whitechapel 
1897-1904, on London County 
Council ; member of Royal Com- 
mission on Civil Establishments 
1889-92 ; Member (U.) of Parlia- 
ment, West St. Pancras 1885-92, 
Cirencester Div. of Gloucester- 
shire 1893-5, Tower Hamlets, Mile 
End, 1905-6, ditto 1910- ; Mayor 
of Stepney, 1907-9 ; Territorial 
decoration 1909 ; Pres. of Insti- 
tute of Journalists 1910 ; Master of 
Spectaclemakers Company 1910- 
1 1 ; Managing Proprietor of Daily 
Telegraph ; Lieut, of the City of 
London, 1911 ; J.P., D.L., Bucks. 
Publications : Contributions to 
Daily Telegraph and various 
magazines. Clubs : Athenaeiun, 
Marlborough, Gjirrick, Oxford and 
Cambridge. Addresses: 37Grosve- 
nor Square, London, W. ; Orkney 
Cottage, Taplow, Bucks. 

Layng, Thomas Malcolm : b. April 
23, 1892 ; s. of Dr. H. Layng, of 
Swatow, China. Educ. Clifton ; 
BalUol 191 1- (C.B., A.W.P.C, 
R.G.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1913. Ad- 
dress : Coniston, Eldorado Road, 
Cheltenham. 

Lea, James Herbert : b. April 27, 
1867 ; s. of Richard Lea, of the 
Assam Commission ; tn. Nov. 22, 
1893, Nelly Grace, d. of C. F. 
Chadbum, of Bengal. Educ. 
Rugby (CI. Sch) ; Balliol 1886-8 
(W.M.) ; Rugby XV. I.C.S., Ben- 
gal. Address : Heathfield, Earley, 
Reading. [Died May 16, 1911.] 

Leather, John Francis : b. July 19, 
1894 ; s. of F. H. Leather, of 
Weobley, Herefordshire. Educ. 
Repton ; Balliol 1913- (C.B.) ; 
2na CI. Mods. 1914 ; Domus Ex. ; 
Coll. Athletic team. Address : 
Castle House, Weobley, S. O., 
Herefordshire. 

Le Breton, John Glossop Bythesea : 
b. Oct. 4, 1884 ; s. of Lieut.-Col. 



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E. H. Le Breton, i8th Royal Irish 
Regt. Educ. Radley; Balliol 
1904-7 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.); 3rd 
Mod. Hist. 1907 ; B.A. 1909 ; 
Union and Arnold Socs. A ddress : 
Island, Petersfield, Hants. 

Lee, Archibald Edward John : b. 
Oct. 29, 1881 ; s, of A. M. Lee, of 
Pinkneys Green, Maddenhead. 
Edxic. Rugby ; Private ; Balliol 
1900-1 and 1904 (A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 
Union Soc. Author and journalist ; 
travelled in S. Africa, W. Indies, 
Ceylon, Egypt, U.S.A., New Zea- 
land, and Australia, 1903-6 ; 
lived in Melbourne, Victoria, 
1906-9 ; member of Board of 
Management of the Lady North- 
cote Permanent Orchestra Trust 
Fund till 1910 ; member of Fabian 
Soc. Publications : contributions 
to Bulletin (Sydney) and World 
(London). Address : c/o Lee, 
Spooner & Co., Sugar Planters and 
Brokers, 9 Fenchurch Avenue, 
London, E.C. 

*Lee, Robert Warden : b. Dec. 14, 
1868 ; s. of Rev. Canon M. H. Lee, 
Vicar of Hanmer. Educ. Rossall 
(Foundation Sch.) ; Balliol 1887- 
91 (F. de P., E.A.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1889 ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1891 ; M.A. 1894 ; B.C.L. 
1898. Arnold Soc. (ist Pres.). 
Ceylon Civil Service 189 1-4 ; Bar- 
rister, G.I., 1896 ; Fellow 1903-, 
Vice- Provost, Tutor, and Lecturer 
in Jur., Worcester Coll. ; Prof, of 
Roman-Dutch Law, University 
Coll., London, 1906- ; Advocate 
Supreme Court of S. Africa 191 1 ; 
Exam, in Jur. 1907-9, B.C.L. 1911 
-12 ; Lecturer at Oriel Coll. ; 
Examiner for Coimcil of Legal 
Education. Publications : Law of 
Contract (in Digest of English Law), 
1906-7 ; Commercial Laws of the 
World (vol. 15), S. Africa, 1912; 
articles on Roman-Dutch Law in 
Journal of Comparative Legislation, 
South African Law Journal, &c. 
Club : Athenaeum. Addresses : 
Worcester College, Oxford ; 5 Pmnp 
Court, Temple, London, E.C, 

Lee, Sir Sidney : b. Dec. s, 1859 ; 
s. of Lazarus Lee, of London. Educ. 



City of London School; Balliol 
1878-82 ; Ex. ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1880 ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 
1882 ; Hon. D.Litt. 1907. Assist. 
Editor 1883-90, joint ditto 1890-1, 
Editor 1891-, Dictionary of Na' 
tional Biography ; Hon. Litt.D., 
Victoria Univ., Manchester, 1900 ; 
Clsurk Lecturer in English Lit., 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1901-2 ; 
Lecturer at Lowell Institute, 
Boston, U.S.A., 1903 ; Chairman 
of Executive of Shakespeare's 
Birthplace Trust 1903- ; Registrar 
of Royal Literary Fund, and Hon. 
LL.D., Glasgow, 1907 ; Lecturer 
for Common Univ. Fund, Oxford, 
1909 ; member of Royal Commis- 
sion Public Records 1910-; F.B.A. ; 
Corresponding Member of Massa- 
chusetts Historical Soc. ; Knight 
191 1 ; Prof, of English Language 
and Literature at East London 
College, 1 9 1 3-. Publications : Lord 
Berners's Translation of Huon of 
Bordeaux, 1883-5 ; Stratford-on- 
Avon, 1885, new ed., 1906 ; Lord 
Herbert of Cherbury's Autobio- 
graphy, 1886, new ed. 1906 ; A 
Life of William Shakespeare, 1898, 
illus. ed. 1899, popular ed. 1900, 
1907 ; A Life of Queen Victoria, 
1902, new ed. 1904 ; Shakespeare's 
First Folio Facsimile with IntrO' 
duction, &c., 1902 ; Elizabethan 
Sonnets, and Great Englishmen of 
the Sixteenth Century, igo4; Shake- 
speare's Poems and Pericles, 1905 ; 
Shakespeare and the Modern Stage, 

1906 ; ' America and Elizabethan 
England ' (Scribner's Magazine), 

1907 ; The French Renaissance in 
Englandf 1910 ; Principles of 
Biography (Leslie Stephen lecture) 
191 1 ; ' Memoir of Edward VII ' 
{Diet, of National Biog.), 1912 ; 
The Place of English Literature 
in the Modern University, 191 3. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Reform. Ad- 
dress : io8a Lexham Gardens, 
Kensington, London, W. 

Lee, William Herbert : b. Sept. 6, 
1880 ; s. of John Lee, of Ellesmere, 
Salop. Educ. Wolverhampton Gr. 
School (Warner Sch.) ; Balliol 
1899-1903 (J.C, H.B.H.); WU- 



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liams Ex. ; 2nd Nat. Sci. (Phys.), 
and B.A., 1903. Qualified for 
medical profession 1906 ; travelled 
as ship's surgeon, visiting Canada, 
Chile, Australia, New Zealand, and 
S. Africa ; practising in Hereford- 
shire. Address : Trimpley House, 
Ellesmere, Salop. 

Leeper, Alexander Wigram Allen : 
b. Jan. 4, 1887 ; s. of Alexander 
Leeper, LL.D., Warden of Trinity 
Coll., Melbourne. Educ. Ch. of 
Eng. Gr. School, and Trinity 
Coll., Melbourne ; Balliol 1908-12 
(J.A.S., A.L.S., H.M.W.) ; ist Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1911. Addresses : 
Trinity College, Melbourne, Aus- 
tralia ; 4 Palace St., Westminster, 
London, S.W. ; Dept. of Egyptian 
and Assyrian Antiquities, British 
Museum, London, W.C. 

Lefroy, Langlois Massy : b. Oct. 26, 
1885 ; s. of Lieut.-Col. A. H. 
Lefroy, D.L., J. P., of Carrigglas 
Manor, Longford, Ireleind. Educ. 
Trent Coll. ; Balliol 1905-8 (A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1908. Dervorguilla Soc. 
Engaged in Land Agency work. 
Address : Gill Moss, Croxteth, 
Liverpool. 

*Legard, Albert George : b. May 31, 
1845 ; s. of George Legard, of 
Scarborough ; m. Jan. 1875, 
Mildreda, d. of M. R. Bigge, of 
Stamford. Educ. Durham School 
(King's Sch.) ; Balliol 1864-8 
(E.C.W.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1866 ; 
ist Lit. Hum. 1868 ; B.A. 1869 ; 
M.A. 1880 ; won two-mile race. 
Coll. Sports, 1868. Appointed 
H.M. Inspector of Schools 1871 ; 
in charge of Leeds distriat 1872-96; 
Chief Inspector for Wales 1896 ; 
Inspector of Training Colleges up 
to retirement in 1907 ; sometime 
member of West Riding of Yorks 
Technical Instruction Committee, 
Welsh University Court, South 
Wales University Coll. Coimcil, 
and governor of various schools ; 
co-opted as member of Somerset 
Local Education Authority 1908-. 
Recreation : Walking, riding. 
Address: Brow Hill, Batheaston, 
Bath. 



*Le Geyt, Rev. Charles Arthur : b. 
1852; s. of C. W. Le Geyt, of 
Jersey. Educ. Magdalen Coll. 
School ; St. John's Coll. 1871 ; 
New-Inn-Hall 1873-6 ; B.A. (New- 
Inn-Hall) 1876; M.A. (Balliol) 
1910. Union Soc. Ordained d. 
1876, p. 1878 ; Chapl. of Rheola, 
and Curate of Cadoxton juxta 
Neath, 1876-9 ; Curate of St. 
Peter's, Bournemouth, 1880 ; All 
Saints', Ryde, 1880-2 ; Curate- 
in-Charge, Beer, Devon, 1882^4, 
South Huish 1896-1901 ; Priest- 
Vicar 1894-6, Hon. ditto 1910, 
Truro Cathedral ; Acting Chapl. 
to the Forces, Jersey, 1 901-3 ; 
Chapl. to Lord St. Levan 1907-12. 
Address : The Gables, Weston- 
super-Mare. 

Legh, Rev. Henry Edmund : b. 
Feb. 16, 1840; s. of Rev. E. D. 
Legh, of St. Botolph's, London. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1859-63 
(J.R.) ; 4th Law and Hist., and 
B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 1867. Union 
Soc. Ordained d. 1864, p. 1865 ; 
Curate of Christ Church, Tun- 
bridge Wells, 1864-5 ; Christ 
Church, Brighton, 1867-70; Lang- 
ton Green 1870 ; St. John's, Penge, 
1871-4 ; Vicar of Legh 1874-8 ; 
Chapl. Dover Union 1881 ; Org. 
Sec. of C.E.T.S. for Dio. of Win- 
chester 1882-7 ; Vicar of Steeple 
with Stansgate 1890-5 ; Rector of 
St. Nicholas with St. Rimwald, 
Colchester, 1895-1902 ; Bishop's 
Caimdle 1902-13. Address : Bis- 
hop's Caxmdle Rectory, Sherborne, 
Dorset. [Died Feb. 27, 1913.] 

Legros, Ren6 Pierre : b. March 31, 
1890 ; s. of Pierre Legros, of 
Rennes, Brittany. Educ. Edin- 
burgh Univ. ; Balliol 191 3- 
(F.F.U.). Address: 3 Boulevard 
de la Duchesse, Rennes, Brittany, 
France. 

Leigh-45mith, Philip : b. June 2, 
1892 ; s. of B. Leigh-Smith, of 
Scalands, Robertsbridge. Educ, 
Eton; BalUol 1911- (F.F.U.). 
Union Soc. Address : Brown's, 
Robertsbridge, Sussex. 

'^Leighton, Robert Leighton : for- 
merly I'iggins ; b. Dec. 7, 1847 ; 

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s. of Rev. J. L. Leighton (formerly 
Figgins), of Manchester ; m. 1876, 
Mary Elizabeth Anne, d. of 
T, G. Wright, M.D., of Wakefield. 
Issue : five sons, two daughters. 
Educ. Manchester Gr. School ; 
Balliol 1867-73 (B.J., T.H.G.) ; 
Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1869 ; ist Lit. 
Hum. 1871 ; B.A. 1873 ; M.A. 
1875. Union Soc. Assist. Mas- 
ter Cheltenham Coll. 1873-5 ; 
Head Master Wakefield Gr. School 
1875-83 ; ditto Bristol Gr. School 
1883-1906 ; incorporated M.A., 
Downing Coll., Cambridge, 1906. 
Publication : The Boy and His 
School, 1905. Address ; The Porch, 
Newnham Croft, Cambridge. 

Leiper, Robert Jeffrey : b. April 21, 
1876 ; s. of Rev. John Leiper, of 
Drumboy, Lanarkshire. Educ. 
Private ; Balliol 1897-1901 (H. 
Williamson, F. de P., J.A.S.) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1889 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
1901 ; B.A. 1902. Address : 
Quarter, Largs, Ayrshire. 

Leith-Ross, Frederick William : b. 
Feb. 4, 1887 ; s. of F. W. Leith- 
Ross, of Amage, Aberdeenshire. 
Educ. Merchant Taylors' School 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1905-9 (A.W.P.C, 
A.D.L.) ; Warner and Jenkyns 
Exs., and Hon. Sch. ; mentioned 
for Hertford Sch. 1906 ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1907 ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1909. Arnold Soc. (Pres,). 
Clerk in Treasury 1909 ; Private 
Sec. to Prime Minister (Rt. Hon. 
H. H. Asquith)i9ii-i3. Addresses: 
The Treasury, Whitehall, London, 
S.W. ; 1 1 Beaufort House, Beau- 
fort Street, Chelsea, London, 
S.W. 

Le Marchant, Francis Cliarles : b. 
1844 ; s. of Sir Denis Le Marchant, 
ist Bart. Educ. Eton; Balliol 
1862-6 ; ist CI. Mods. 1864 ; ist 
Lit. Hum. 1866; B.A. 1867; 
Member of Council of India 1896- 
1906. Address : 2 West Eaton 
Place, London, S.W. 

Lembcke, Richard Edward : b. 
July 12, 1878 ; s. of Edward 
Lembcke, of London. Educ. 
Harrow; Balliol 1897-9 (A.L.S., 
W.H.F.). Address : Peruvian Le- 



gation, 104 Victoria St., London, 
S.W. 

Le Mesurier, Havilland : b. June 22, 
1866 ; s. of E. A. Le Mesurier, of 
Genoa ; m. March 8, 1893, May 
Stuart, d. of J. A. Hopkins, I.C.S. 
Issue : three sons. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1884-6 (W.M.). Union and 
Dervorguilla Socs. I.C.S., 1886; 
Assist. Commissioner, Assist. Sec. 
and Personal Assist, to Chief Com- 
missioner, Assam ; Assist. Magis- 
trate and Collector, Bengal, 1892 ; 
joint Magistrate and Deputy Col- 
lector 1893 ; Magistrate and Col- 
lector 1897 ; CLE. 1903 ; trans- 
ferred to E. Bengal and Assam, 
Commissioner of Dacca Division, 
1906 ; Chief Sec. to Government 
i907> 9» and (Bihar and Orissa) 
1912 ; Inspector-General of Police 
1908 ; 2nd member Board of 
Revenue ; C.S.I, 1910 ; member 
of Executive Council 1914. Ad- 
dress : Ranchi, Bihar and Orissa, 
India. 

Le Patourel, Rev. Wallace Maeken« 

zie : 6. Feb. 19, 1865 ; s. of Mes- 
surier Le Patourel, of Guernsey; 
m. 1904, Eva Beatrix, d. of Rev. T. 
Bacon, Rector of Wiggenholt. 
Educ. Elizabeth Coll., Guernsey ; 
BaUiol 1886-90 (W.R.H., R.L.N.) ; 
4th Lit Hum., and B. A., 1890; M.A. 
1895. Annandale Soc. ; Univ. 
Chess Club (Pres. 1890). Ordained 
d. 1891, p. 1892 ; Curate and 
Precentor of Holy Trinity, Upper 
Chelsea, 1891-1907 ; Vicar of St. 
Dimstan's, East Acton, 1907- ; 
formerly member of Chelsea and 
Brentford (1910-13) Boards of 
Guardians. Recreations : Chess, 
golf. Address : St. Dunstan's 
Vicarage, East Acton, London, W 
Leslie, Norman : b. July 5, 1886 
s. of A. S. Leslie, of Brisbane 
Educ. Brisbane Gr. School (Sch.) 
Balliol 1905-8 (C.B., A.D.L.) . 
Rhodes Sch. ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1908. Union, Arnold, and 
Jowett (Pres.) Socs. Tennis, 
Rugby, Hockey, and Swimming 
teams ; CI. Master, Elstow, 1908- 
9 ; with Asiatic Petroleum Co., 
China, 1909-. Address: c/o The 



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Asiatic Petroleum Co. (North 
China), Ltd., Shanghai, China. 

Leslie Melville, Hon. Ian : b. Aug. 
14, 1894 ; s. of nth Earl of 
Leven and Melville. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1912- (A.D.L., N.S.T.). 
Winner of Balliol and Worces- 
ter Coll. Grinds. Union, Arnold, 
Brakenbury, and Annandale Socs. 
Address : Kirtlington Park, Ox- 
ford. 

La Sueur, Arthur : b. 1858 ; s. of 
Rev. J. Le Sueur, Rector of St. 
Brelade's, Jersey ; tn. June 1887, 
Lorania Carrington (d. 1899), d. 
of Col. W. E. Hoy, of U.S.A. 
Issue : two sons. Educ. Victoria 
Coll., Jersey; Balliol 1877-80 
(W.H.F., J.L.S.D., F. de P., 
A.L.S.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1879 ; 3rd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1881. 
Union Soc. Army Coach (retired). 
Recreation : Gardening. Club : 
Victoria (Jersey). Address : 3 
Westboume Terrace, St. Saviour's, 
Jersey. 

Lethbridge, Charles : b. 1836 ; s. 
of T. P. Lethbridge, of Brompton 
Ralph, Som. ; m. 1865, Susan, 
d. of G. J. Yarburgh, of Haslington 
Hall, Yorks. Educ. Winchester ; 
Balliol 1854-6. High Sheriff of 
Hants 1895 ; J.P. Som. and 
Hants. Clubs : Oxford and 
Cambridge, Carlton. Address : 
Heytesbury, Wilts. 

Leven and Melville, 12th Earl of, 
John David Leslie Melville : for- 
merly Lord Balgonie ; b. April 5, 
1886 ; s. of nth Earl. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1904-8 (E.H., 
A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 
1908 ; Univ. Polo team (Capt.) ; 
Drag Hounds (Whip) ; winner of 
eight ' Grinds *, including Balliol 
(twice). Annandale Soc. Repre- 
sentative Peer for Scotland ; 
Partner in Frederick Huth and 
Co. ; and Lieut. Lovat's Scouts. 
Clubs : Carlton, Bachelors'. Ad- 
dresses : Kirtlington Park, Oxon. ; 
Glenferness, Dunphail, Scotland. 
[Died June 12, 1913.] 

Leveson-Ctower, Lord AUstair St. 
Clalr Sutherland : b. Jan. 24, 
1890 ; s. of 4th Duke of Suther- 



land. Educ. Eton; Balliol 1908- 
9 (A.L.S. ). Annandale Soc. 2Qd 
Lieut. Royal Horse Guards 1910. 
Club : Bachelors'. Address : Staf- 
ford House, St. James's, London, 
S.W. 

Leveson-Gower, George Granville : 
b. May 19, 1858 ; s. of Hon. E. F. 
Leveson-Gower, of London ; tn. 
1898, Hon. Cicely, d. of 8th Baron 
Monson. Issue : three daughters. 
Educ. Eton; Balliol 1876-80 
(E.A., B.J., J.L.S.D., F. de P., 
A.C.B.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1878 ; and 
Lit. Hum. 1880. Private Sec. to 
Prime Minister (Rt. Hon. W. E. 
Gladstone) 1880-5 ; Spanish Mis- 
sion 1881 ; M.P. (L.) N.W. Staffs. 
1885-6, Stoke-on-Trent 1890-5 ; 
contested E. Marylebone 1889 ; 
Jun. Lord of Treasury 1885-6 ; 
Comptroller of H.M.'s Household, 
and 2nd Chiurch Estates Conmiis- 
sioner, 1892-5 ; member of Lon- 
don Sehool Board 1897-9 ; Euro- 
pean Editor of North American 
Review in England 1899-1908 ; 
Commissioner of Woods and 
Forests 1908-. Publications : 
Poems, 1902 ; co-editor of M^motrs 
of Captain George Elers, 1903. 
Clubs : Brooks's, Marylebone, 
Athenaeum. Address: 12 Nor- 
folk Crescent, London, W. 

*Leveson-Gower, Granville Charles 
Gresham : b. 1865 ; s. of G. W. G. 
Leveson-Gower, of Titsey Place, 
Limpsfield ; m. 1894, Evelyn, d. 
of H. A. Brassey. Issue : four 
sons. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1885-8 
(W.H.F., A.L.S., R.L.); B.A. 
1889 ; M.A. 1894. Late Lieut. 
Hampshire Carabineers Y.C. ; Lord 
of Manors of Titsey, Limpsfield, 
and Tatsfield ; J.P. Recreations : 
Hunting, shooting, cricket, golf. 
Club : Travellers'. Address : Tit- 
sey Place, Limpsfield. 

Levinge, Edward Vere : 5. May 24, 
1867 ; s. of H. E. Levinge, J. P., 
of Knockdrin Castle, Mullingar ; 
m. Dec. 1900, Alys Ad61e, d. of 
Major-Gen. Thomas. Issue : one 
daughter. Educ. Cheltenham ; 
Balliol 1885-8 (W.M.) ; 2nd Jur., 
and B.A., 1888; I Cricket XL 



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I.C.S., Bengal ; Assist. Magistrate 
and Collector 1888 ; Under Sec. 
Judicial, &c., Departments 1893 ; 
Joint Magistrate and Deputy Col- 
lector 1896 ; Magistrate and Collec- 
tor 1898 ; temporary Additional 
Commissioner 1908. Officiating 
Chief Sec. to Government 1910 ; 
Commissioner, and C.S.I., 191 1 ; 
member of Board of Revenue, 
Bihar, and of Executive Council, 
1912. Address : c/o National 
Bank of India, 26 Bishopsgate, 
London, E.C. 

Levis, Harry Edward : b. Sept. 22, 
1877 ; s. of Julius Levis, of Lon- 
don. Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 
1896-9 (F. de P., A.L.S.); 3rd 
CL Mods. 1898. 

Lewis, Charles William Mansel : 
b. Dec. 2, 1845 ; s. of David Lewis, 
D.L., J.P., of Stradey ; m. 1875, 
Edith Clara, d. of Sir Philip Miles, 
of Leigh Court, Bristol. Issue : 
three sons, three daughters. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1864-8 (J.R., 
E.C.W., W.L.N.) ; B.A. 1869 ; 
Coll. Racquets. Studied painting 
for two years with W. Riviere ; 
occasional exhibitor at Royal 
Academy, &c. ; High Sheriff 
of Carmarthenshire 1881 ; Fellow 
of Royal Soc. of Painter-Etchers ; 
engaged in farming, &c., of own 
estate ; D.L. ; J. P. Recreations : 
Shooting, fishing, and most 
games. Club : United University. 
Address : Stradey Castle, Llanelly, 
South Wales. 

*Lewis, Rev. Daniel Rowland : b. 

iune 14, 1855 ; s. of Rev. David 
ewis, of Castle Bank, Conway. 
Educ. Shrewsbiury ; Balliol 1876- 
9 (A.G., R.L.N., R.G.T., F. de P.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1877 ; B.A. 1881 ; 
M.A. 1906 ; Assoc, and Cricket 
XI's ; member of Coll. Athletic 
Committee. Union and Braken- 
bury (original member) Socs. 
Assist. Master, Christ's Coll., 
Brecon, 1879 ; ordained d. 1882, 
p. 1885 ; Curate of Llanrwst 
1882 ; Vicar of Caerdeon with 
Bontddu 1885-96 ; Dio. Inspector 
of Schools 1892-9 ; Rector of 
Llanenddwjm with Llanddwywau, 



Rural Dean of Ardudwy, and 
Proctor in Convocation, 1906. 
Recreation: G>lf. Address: 
Llanenddwyn Rectory, DyfEryn, 
Merionethshire. 

Lewis, Rev. George : 6. 1848 ; s. of 
George Lewis, vetjrinary sur- 
geon, of Monmouth ; tn. (i) 1873, 
Ada (d.), d. of Thomas Mattinson, 
of Oldham. Issue : one daugh- 
ter ; (2) 1910, Constance, d. of 
W. O. Gridley, of London. Educ. 
Monmouth Gr. School ; Balliol 
i88r-4 (R.L.N., W.H.F., E.A., 
F. de P.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1882 ; 
ist Theol., and B.A., 1884 ; M.A. 
1888. B.A. 1869, M.A. (Ment. 
and Mor. Sci.) 1879, London ; 
ordained d. 18/2, p. 1873 ; Curate 
of St. Mary's, Oldham, 1872-4 ; 
St. Matthew's,Manchester,i874-7 ; 
St. Mary's, Hulme, 1877-81 ; St. 
Paul's, Oxford, 1881-8 ; Vicar of 
Dodderhill 1888-1901 ; Rjctor 
of Icomb 1901-11 ; Rudford 
1911-. Publications : A Life of 
Joseph Hall, D.D., Bishop of 
Exeter and Norwich, i886 ; An 
Oxford Parish Priest (Memoir of 
Rev. W. B. Duggan) ; translator 
St. Basil De Spiritu Sancto, with 
Introduction and Notes, 1888 ; 
St. Bernard on Consideration, 
1908 ; Origen's Philocalia, 1911 ; 
joint translator Letters and Select 
Works of St. Jerome, 1893. Recrea- 
tions : Cycling and riding. Ad- 
dress : Rudford Rectory, Glouces- 
ter. 

Lewis, Sir George James Graham, 
2nd Bart. : b. Sept. 12, 1868 ; 
s. of Sir George Lewis, ist Bart. ; 
m. March 26, 1896, Marie, d. of 
Emil Hirsch, of Mannheim. 
Issue : one son, two daughters. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1887-9 
(W.R.H., A.V.D., W.H.F.). Soli- 
citor 1894 ; head of firm of Lewis 
& Lewis. Clubs: Bath, Eighty. 
Addresses : 21 Montagu Square, 
London, W. ; Dyke House, 
Sheringham, Norfolk ; Ely Place, 
London, E.C. 

*Lewis, Hon. Sir NeU ElUott : b. 
Oct. 27, 1858 ; s. of Neil Lewis, 
of Hobart ; m. 1896, Lina Hen- 



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rietta, d. of Charles Youl, J.P,, of 
Oakdene, Tasmania. Issue : two 
sons. Educ. High School, Hobart ; 
Balliol 1878-81 (R.L.N., A.L.S.) ; 
3rd Mod. Hist. 1881 ; B.A. 1882 ; 
M.A., and B.C.L., 1885 ; Torpid ; 
Eight. Barrister, I.T., 1882; 
Barrister and Solicitor of Supreme 
Court of Tasmania 1885 ; prac- 
tising in Hobart ; member of 
House of Assembly, Tasmania, 
1885-1903 and 1909- ; Attorney- 
General 1892-4 ; Leader of Op- 
position 1894-7 ; Premier and 
Attorney-General 1 899-1903 ; Pre- 
mier and Treasurer 1909-12 ; one 
of Tasmanian representatives at 
Convention for framing of Com- 
monwealth Constitution 1897-8. 
member of first Federal Executive 
Council, and C.M.G., 1901 ; took 
active part in foundation, Vice- 
Chancellor 1903-9, and member of 
Council, Univ. of Tasmania ; 
Lieut. 1886, Capt. 1897, Un- 
attached List 1902, retired 1910, 
Southern Tasmanian Artillery ; 
Pres. of Southern Law Soc. of 
Tasmania ; K.C.M.G., and al- 
lowed to retain title of Honoiurable 
for life, 1902. Club : Tasmanian 
(Hobart). Address: Wemdee, 
Augusta Road, Hobart, Tas- 
mania. 

Lewis, Nigel Somers : b. Sept. 12, 
1876 ; s. of Col. S. R. Lewis, C.B. 
Educ. Temple Grove, East Sheen ; 
Eton (Sch.) ; Balliol 1895-9 
(W.H.F., J.A.S.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1897 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1899 ; B.A. 
1900 ; Univ. Shooting Eight 
1896, 7, 8, and 9 (Capt.). Braken- 
bury Soc. Barrister, L.I., 1900. 
Address : 3 Vicarage Gate, Ken- 
sington, London, W. 

hems, Percy Tyson : b. Oct. 2, 
1884 ; s. of Prof. C. E. Lewis, of 
the S. African Coll., Cape Town. 
Edttc. S. African CoU., Cape 
Town ; Balliol 1904-7 (A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D., E.H.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; 
2nd Jur. 1906 ; B.A. 1907. 
Barrister, M.T., 1907 ; played for 
S. African Cricket XI v. England 
in first test game 1913. Address : 
c/o Prof. C. E. Lewis, Manor 



Owen, Park Road Gardens, Cape 
Town, S. Africa. 

♦Leycester-Penrhyn, Arthur Leyces- 
ter, formerly Penrhyn : b. March 
10, 1866 ; s. of E. H. Leycester- 
Penrhj^, of East Sheen ; Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1885-9 (W.R.H., 
R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1887 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1889 ; M.A. 
1892. Brakenbury and Annandale 
Socs. Barrister, I.T., 1892 ; 
S.E. Circuit and Surrey Sessions 
1892-1903 ; mainly occupied with 
Local Government work of various 
kinds since 1903 ; member of 
County Coimcil 1903-, Education 
Committee 1909-, and J.P., 
Surrey ; member of Barnes Dis- 
trict Council and of various Boards 
of School Managers ; held Com- 
mission in Volunteer and Terri- 
torial Battalion 1900-9. Recrea- 
tions : Golf, shooting, fishing. 
Club : New University. Address : 
The Cedars, East Sheen, London, 
S.W. 

*Leycester-Penrhyn, Edward Hugh : 
formerly Penrhyn ; b. Jim 1 7, 
1827 ; s. of Edward Penrhyn, 
formerly Leycester ; tn. April 21, 
1853, Vere, d. of Robert Gosling. 
Issue : two sons, six daughters. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1846-50 
(B.J.) ; B.A. 1849 ; M.A. 1852 ; 
Eight ; Cricket XI. Capt. and 
Major 1st Royal Surrey Militia 
(Crimean War, Indian Mutiny, 
&c.) ; Chairman of first County 
Council and of Quarter Sessions 
for 33 years, D.L., and J.P., 
Surrey; J.P. Han; s. Club: St. 
Stephen's. Address : East Sheen, 
London, S.W. 

Liddell, Adolphus George Charles : 
b. June 29, 1846 ; s. of Hon. Sir 
A. F. O. Liddell, K.C.B. Educ. 
Eton'; Balliol 1865-9 (JR-. 
E.P.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1867 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1869 ; B.A. 1870 ; 
M.A. 1873 ; Morrison Fours 1865 ; 
Coll. High Jump 1868. Barrister, 
I.T., 1872 ; Durham and North- 
umberland Sessions ; N.E. Cir- 
cuit ; I Sec. to Royal Commissions 
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and Trawling ; Revising Barris- 
ter for S. Div. of West Riding 
of Yorks. 1884-6 ; Counsel to 
Mint on Durham and Northumber- 
land Sessions ; Exam, of the 
Covurt ; Jun. ditto in Common 
Law ; Chief Clerk, Crown OflSce 
in Chancery, 1886 ; Ecclesiastical 
Sec. 1891, Private Sec. 1909-, to 
Lord Chancellor ; C.B. 1908. 
Publication : Notes from the Life 
of an Ordinary Mortal, 1911. 
Clubs : Travellers', WeUingtoi, 
Burlington Fine Arts. Address : 
6 Seville St., Lowndes Square, 
London, S.W. 
Llddell, John Aldan : b. Aug. 3, 
1888 ; s. of John Liddell, of Sher- 
field Manor, Basingstoke. Educ. 
Stonyhurst Coll., Balliol 1908-12 
(H.B.H.) ; 3rd Nat. Sci. (Zool.) 
1912. Address : Sherfield Manor, 
Basingstoke, Hants. 
Lidderdale, Alan Wadsworth : b. 
Nov. 15, 1885 ; s. of Rt. Hon. 
William Lidderdale, of London. 
Educ : Winchester ; BaUiol 1904- 
8 (C.B., J.L.S.D.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1906 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1908 ; Cricket XL Club : New 
University. Address : 113 Ashley 
Gardens, Victoria Street, London, 
S.W. 

•Lilley, Henry Thomas : 6. 1859 ; 
s. of John Lilley, of Dover. Educ. 
St. Olave's, Southwark ; Balliol 
1877-80 ; Ex. ; 3rd Math. Mods. 
1879 ; 3rd Nat. Sci., and B.A., 
1881 ; M.A. 1884. Sci. Master, 
Portsmouth Gr. School. Address : 
7 Canterbiury Road, Brixton, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

•Lindsay, Alexander Donlop : b. 
May 14, 1879 ; s. of Rev. T. M. 
Lindsay, D.D., Principal of United 
Free jChurch Coll., Glasgow; tn. 
Dec. 1907, Erica Violet, d. of 
Francis Storr. Issue : two children. 
Editc. Glasgow Academy and Univ. ; 
University Coll. (Sch.) 1898-1902 ; 
ist CI. Mods, 1900 ; ist Lit Hum., 
and B.A., 1902 ; M.A. 1905. 
Union Soc. (Sec. and Treas. 1901, 
Pres. 1902). Clark Philosophical 
Fellow, Univ. of Glasgow, 1902-4 ; 
Shaw ditto, Univ. of Edinburgh, 



1904-9 ; Assist, to Prof, of Philo- 
sophy, Univ. of Manchester, 1904- 
6 ; Fellow and CI. Tutor 1906-, 
Jowett Lectiurer in PhUosophy 
1910-, Balliol. Publications : 
Translation of The Republic of 
Plato, 1907 ; The Philosophy of 
Bergson, 191 1 ; The Philosophy of 
Kant, and contributor to Property ; 
Its Duties, and Rights — Histori- 
cally, Philosophically and Re- 
ligiously Regarded, 1913. Recrea- 
tions : Fishing, golf. Addresses : 
Balliol College, and 2 Fyfield Road, 
Oxford. 

Lindsay, Thomas : b. Sept. 17, 
1888 ; s. of Rev. T. M. Lindsay, 
D.D., Principal of United Free 
Church Coll., Glasgow. Educ. 
Glasgow Academy ; Balliol 1907- 
12 (H.B.H.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; 
1st Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A. 
1910. Address : Insurance Com- 
mission, London, S.W. 
*Lindsay, Wallace Martin : b. 1858 ; 
s. of Rev. A. Lindsay, of Pitten- 
weem, Fifeshire. Educ. Edinbiurgh 
Academy ; Glasgow and Leipzig 
Univs. ; BalUol 1877-80 (W.H.F., 
F. de P., R.G.T.); SneU Ex.; 
ist CI. Mods. 1878 ; ist Lit. Hiun., 
and B.A., 1881 ; Craven Sch. 1883 ; 
Fellow of Jesus Coll. 1880-99 ; 
Sen. Proctor 1899 ; CI. Moderator 
1 89 1, 2 ; Latin Lecturer to 
Graduate Students, Harvard Univ., 
1898 ; Sandars Reader in Palaeo- 
graphy, Cambridge, 1910 ; Prof, 
of Humanity, St. Andrews Univ., 
1899- ; M.A. and LL.D., Glasgow ; 
Hon. Ph.D., Heidelberg; Hon. 
Litt.D., Dublin ; F.B.A. ; corre- 
sponding member of the Institute 
of France. Publications : Plau- 
tus's Captivi, school ed., 1887, 
large ed, 1900 ; The Latin 
Language, 1894, German transla- 
tion 1895 ; Short Historical Latin 
Grammar, 1895 ; The Palatine 
Text of Plautus, 1896 ; Introduc- 
tion to Latin Textual Emendation 
1897, French translation 1898 ; 
Handbookl of Latin'i Inscriptions 
{Boston, U.S.A.), 1897; The 
Codex Turnebi of Plautus, 1898 ; 
Nonius Marcellus Dictionary, 1901; 



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edition of Nonius Marcellus (Teub- 
ner Series), 1902 ; edition of 
Martial (Oxford Classical Series), 
and The Ancient Editions of 
Martial, 1903 ; edition of Plautus 
(Oxford Classical Series) 1904-5 ; 
The Ancient Editions of Plautus, 
1904 ; Report on Plautine Study 
in Bursian's Jahresbericht, 1906, 
1914 ; Syntax of Plautus, 1907 ; 
Contractions in Early Latin Min- 
uscule MSS., 1908 ; Early Irish 
Minuscule Script, 1910 ; edition of 
Isidore's Etymologiae (Oxford 
Classical Series) 191 1 ; Early 
Welsh Script, and edition of 
Festus (Teubner Series), 1912 ; 
contributions to Encyclopaedia 
Britannica, and various English and 
foreign joiunals and magazines. 
Recreation : Golf. Club : Royal 
and Ancient St. Andrews. Address : 
The University, St. Andrews. 

♦Lindsell, Henry Martin : b. May 7, 
1846 ; s. of Lieut. -Col. Lindsell, 
28th Regt. Educ. Harrow (Head 
of School, and Lyon Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1865-6 (J.R.) ; Trinity Coll. 
(Sch.) 1866-71 ; ist CI. Mods. 
1867 ; and Lit. Hum. 1869 ; B.A. 
1870 ; M.A. 1872. Barrister, I.T., 
1872 ; Examiner 1876, Advising 
Counsel 1891, Education Depart- 
ment ; Principal Assist. Sec, 
Board of Education, 1903 : C.B. 
1904 ; J. P., Beds. Clubs : United 
University, Wellington. Addresses: 
67 Albert Hall Mansions, London, 
S.W. ; Shortmead, Biggleswade, 
Beds. 

Linsley, William Hessel : b. 1861 ; 
s. of J. R. Linsley, of Sydney, 
N.S.W. Edtic. Sydney Gr. School, 
N.S.W. ; Balliol 1881-5 (D.G.R.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1883 ; 4th Lit. Himi. 
1885 ; B.A. 1886 ; M.A. 1891. 
Barrister, I.T., 1887. Address : 
Ermington Park, Ermington, New 
South Wales. 

Uster, Hon. Charles Alfred : b. Oct. 
26, 1887 ; s. of 4th Lord Ribbles- 
dale. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1906-9 
(F. de P., A.L.S., J.A.S.) ; Williams 
Ex.; ist Lit. Hum. 1909. Diplo- 
matic Service. Address : Gisbume 
Park, Clitheroe, Yorks. 



Lister-Kay, Ellis Cunlifle Lister : 

formerly Kay; b. Dec. 18, 1847; 
s. of J. C. Kay, of Godmersham 
Park ; m. 1869, Annie Clementina, 
d. of W. C. D. Esdaile, of Burley 
Manor, Hants. Educ. Radley ; 
Wellington ; Balliol 1866-7 (B.J.). 
Union Soc. Club. Constitutional, 
Addresses : Godmersham Park, 
Canterbury ; Farfield Hall, Ad- 
dingham, Yorks. 

♦Little, Andrew George : b. 1863 ; 
s. of Rev. Thomas Little, Rector 
of Princes Risborough ; m. 1893, 
Alice Jane, d. of William Hart, of 
Fingrith Hall, Blackmore. Educ. 
Clifton ; Balliol 1882-6 (A.L.S.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1883 ; ist Mod. Hist. 
1886; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1889; 
Union and Brakenbury Socs. 
Studied at Gottingen, 1887; Lec- 
turer, afterwards Prof., in Hist., 
University Coll., Cardiff, 1892- 
1901 ; Lecturer in Palaeography, 
Univ. of Manchester, 1904- ; 
Exam, in Hist., Oxford, 1904-6, 
and Univ. of Wales 1907-8 ; Chair- 
man of British Soc. of Franciscan 
Studies ; member of Council of 
Canterbury and York Soc. 1910-, 
and of Royal Hist. Soc. 1912- ; 
Chairman of Publications Com- 
mittee of Hist. Assoc. 1911-13 ; 
Ford Lecturer in English Hist., 
1 914-15. Publications : The Grey 
Friars in Oxford, 1892 ; Mediaeval 
Wales, 1902 ; Description du MS. 
Canonici Misc. 525 (Opuscules de 
Critique historique), 1903 ; Initia 
Operum Latinorum quae saec. XII J, 
XIV, XV attrihuuntur, 1904 ; 
Tractatus Fr. Thomae de Eccleston 
(Collection d'Studes et de documents. 
Tome VII, 1904 ; Liber Exem- 
plorum, 1908, Tractatus lo. Pe- 
cham, 1909, and Bibliography of 
Roger Bacon, 1911), Part of the 
Opus Tertium of Roger Bacon, 
1912, Collectanea Franciscana, 
1914 (British Soc. of Franciscan 
Studies), contributions to English 
Historical Review, Victoria County 
Histories, &c. Address : Ris- 
borough, Sevenoaks. 

Little, Rev. George Caruthers : b. 
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of Boston, Lines. Educ. Blun- 
deU's; BaUiol 1878-8. (W.H.F., 
J.W.R.) ; Newte Ex. ; 3rd Math. 
Mod. 1879 ; B.A. 1882 ; M.A. 
1884. Union Soc. Ordained d. 
1883, p. 1884 ; Curate of Pershore 
1883 ; Private Sec. and Chapl. to 
Dr. Moorhouse, Bishop of Manches- 
ter, 1886-92 ; Rector of Christ 
Church, Heaton Norris, 1892- 
1911 ; Commissary to Bishop of 
Bunbury, W. Australia, 1 904-11 ; 
Surrogate in Diocese of Manches- 
ter 1888-1911. Address : Christ 
Church Rectory, Heaton Norris, 
Stocltport. [Died Nov. 7, 1911.] 

*Littlehailes, Richard : b. Feb. 14, 
1878 ; s. of John Littlehailes, of 
Sunderland ; m. May 18, 1904, 
Roberta May, d. of John Ruther- 
ford, of Roker, Sunderland. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
N.E. Comities School, Barnard 
Castle ; Bede School, Simderland ; 
BaUiol 1898-1902 (J.W.R., C.E.H., 
J.C, D.H.N., W.H.F.) ; Ex. ; 
2nd Math. Mod. 1900 ; 2nd Nat. 
Sci. (Phys.), and B.A., 1902 ; M.A. 
1906 ; Assoc. XI (Coll. Cup). 
Arnold Soc. Studied in Germany 
1 900-1 ; Demonstrator in Physics, 
Clarendon Lab., 1902-3 ; Indian 
Educational Service 1903 ; Prof, 
of Math. 1903, 1908, 1913-, ditto 
Physics 1907, Presidency Coll., 
Madras ; Fellow of Madras Univ. 
1904 and in 191 1 ; Warden of 
Victoria Students' Hostel 1904-7 ; 
Meteorologist, and Deputy Direc- 
tor, Madras Observatory, 1905, 
1907-8, and 1913- ; Inspector of 
European and Training Schools, 
Madras, 1910 ; member of Univ. 
Commission for inspection of col- 
leges affiliated to Univ. of Madras, 
1910. Recreation : Golf. Clubs : 
Madras, Ootacamund. Address : 
The Observatory, Nungumbau- 
tcum, Madras, India. 

*Lloyd, Edward Owen Vaughan : 
b. Aug. 20, 1857 ; s. of Edward 
Xloyd, 2nd s. of Edward Lloyd, 
^of Rhagatt, Corwen ; m. Sidney 
Christian, d. of C. L. Rose, of 
Fumham House, Chard. Educ. 
Private ; Eton ; Non-Coil. 1877 ; 



New-Inn-Hall 1877 ; B.A. 1886 ; 
Balliol, and M.A., 1887. Union 
Soc. Formerly High Sheriff for 
Denbighshire and Merionethshire ; 
Queen Victoria Jubilee medal 
1897 ; J. P. Merioneth and Den- 
bigh ; D.L. Merioneth. Addresses: 
Rhagatt, Corwen, and Berth 
Ruthin, N. Wales. 
♦Lloyd-Goring, Lewis Harry : for- 
merly Goring-LIoyd : b. Nov. 13, 
1873 ; s. of Capt. Digby Lloyd. 
Educ. Beaumont's, Brighton ; Bal- 
liol 1893-7 (A.L.S., W.H.F.) ; Aeg. 
Mod. Hist. 1897 ; B.A. and M.A. 

1905. R. Anglesey R.E. (Mil.) 
1 89 8-1 907 ; Sub- Inspector Basuto- 
land Mounted Police 1901-6. Ad- 
dress : 26 Clareville Grove, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

Lobel, Edgar : b. Dec. 24, 1888 ; s. 
of Arthur Lobel, of Manchester. 
Educ. Manchester Gr. SchooUSch.); 
Balliol 1907-11 (C.B., A.W.P.C, 
J.A.S., A.D.L.) ; CI. Sch. ; Dist. 
in Craven and Hertford Schs. 1908 ; 
1st CI. Mods., and Craven Sch., 
1909 ; ist Lit. Hum., mentioned 
in Craven Sch. and in Exam, for 
Jenkyns Ex., 1910 ; Gaisford 
Greek Verse Prize, Derby Sch., 
and B.A., 191 1 ; Craven Fellow 
1912. Arnold and Jowett Socs. 
Assist, to Prof, of Humanity at 
Edinburgh Univ. 1911-12. Re- 
creations : Tennis, golf, walking. 
Address : Balliol College, Oxford. 

Locli, Charles Stewart : b. Sept. 4, 
1849 ; s. of George Loch, Judge of 
the High Coiurt, Calcutta ; m. 
May 20, 1876, Sophia Emma, d. of 
Edward Peters, I.C.S. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Glen- 
almond; Private; Balliol 1869-71, 
73, 75 (E.P., T.H.G.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1870 ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 1873 ; 
B.A. 1875 ; Hon. D.C.L. 1906. 
Union Soc. Clerk, Royal Coll. of 
Surgeons, London, 1873-5 ; Sec. 
to Council of Charity Organiza- 
tion Soc. 1875- ; received medals 
for exhibits at Paris, 1889 and 
1900, Columbian, 1893, and Milan, 

1906, Exhibitions ; Guy Silver 
Medallist, Royal Statistical Soc, 
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Public lastruction, France, 1899 ; 
Dunkin Trust Lecturer, Manches- 
ter Coll., Oxford, 1898 and 1902 ; 
Tooke Prof, of Economic Science 
and Statistics, King's Coll., Lon- 
don, 1904-8 ; member of Royal 
Commissions on the Aged Poor (re- 
ported 1895), the Care and Con- 
trol of the Feeble-Minded (reported 
1908), and the Poor Law (reported 
1909) ; gave evidence before 
Select Committees of House of 
Lords on Poor Law Relief, 1888, 
and Metropolitan Hospitals, 1890, 
and House of Commons, on Emi- 
gration and Immigration, 1889, 
The Aged Deserving Poor, 1899 ; 
Mansion House Conference on Dis- 
tress in London, 1893 ; Depart- 
mental Committees on Habitual 
Offenders, Beggars, Inebriates, and 
Juvenile Delinquents, Scotland, 
1895, Vagrancy, 1906, &c. ; jointly 
reported on Elberfeld System and 
German Working-men's Colonies to 
Local Government Board, 1888 ; 
LL.D., St. Andrews, 1905 ; Vice- 
Pres. of Institut International 
de Sociologie 1909 ; member of 
International Statistical Institute 
(and Vice-Pres.), Committee of In- 
ternational Congress on Assistance 
Publique et privee, and of the 
Soci6td Internationale de Science 
Sociale. Publications : The Or- 
ganization of Charity, 1-890 ; Old 
Age Pensions and Pauperism, 1892 ; 
Charity and Social Life, 1910 ; 
many articles and papers in Aspects 
of the Social Problem, 1895, Methods 
of Social Advance, 1904, Nirveteenth 
Century, Economic Journal, Mac- 
millan's Magazine, Journal of 
Royal Statistical Soc, Charity 
Organization Review, Encyclopae- 
dia Britannica, &c. Recreations : 
Sketching, gardening, golf. Clubs : 
Oxford and Cambridge, Athenaeum, 
Political Economy, Economic. 
Addresses : Drylaw Cottage, 
Little Bookham, Surrey ; Denison 
House, Vauxhall Bridge Road, 
London, S.W. 

Loch, WiUie Walker : b. June 14, 
1846; s. of George Loch, Judge of 
the High Court, Calcutta ; m. Aug. 



12, 1868, E. H. A., d. of C. A. Lush- 
ington, I.C.S. Issue : one son, five 
daughters. Educ. Glenalmond ; 
BalUol 1864-7 (J.R., E.P.) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1865 ; 2nd Law and Hist., 
and B.A. 1867 ; Eight. Union 
Soc. I.C.S., Bombay, 1866 ; As- 
sist. Collector and Magistrate 1868 ; 
Jun. ditto 1888 ; Sen. ditto 1890 ; 
British Delegate for Portuguese- 
Indian Treaty ; Acting Sec. to 
Government, Revenue, &c., de- 
partments, 1894 J member of 
Legislative Council 1895 ; Com- 
missioner of Customs 1 89 1, 1894, 
and up to retirement in 1896 ; 
Fellow of Bombay Univ. Address : 
c/o H. S. King & Co., 9 Pall Mall, 
London, S.W. 

Lock, Charles Snow : b. 1822 ; s. 
of Thomas Lock, of Pilton, Devon. 
Educ. Balliol 1840-6; Blundell 
Sch. ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1844 ; M.A. 1851. 

♦Lodge, Richard : 6. June 20, 1855 ; 
s. of Oliver Lodge, of The Wat- 
lands, Wolstanton ; m. 1882, 
Annie Gwendoline, d. of Henry 
Morgan, of Norwich. Issue : three 
sons, four daughters. Educ. 
Christ's Hospital ; Balliol 1874-8 
(E.A., J.F.B., J.L.S.D.) ; Ex. and 
Brakenbury Sch. ; Stanhope Prize 
1875 ; Lothian Prize 1876 ; ist 
Mod. Hist. 1877; B.A. 1878; 
M.A. 1881. Fellow 1878-94, Lec- 
turer 1878-83 ; Tutor 1883-94, 
Vice-Principal 1891, Hon. Fellow 
191 1, Brasenose Coll ; Exam, in 
Mod. Hist., Oxford, 1883, 4, 5, 6, 
7, 96, 7, 8, 1906, 7, 8 ; Prof, of 
Hist., Glasgow Univ., 1894-9 ; 
ditto, 1 899-, and Dean of Faculty 
of Arts 191 1-, Edinbmrgh Univ. ; 
Hon. LL.D., Glasgow, 1905 ; Hon. 
Litt.D., Manchester, 1912. Publi- 
cations : A History of Modern 
Europe, 1885 ; Richelieu, 1896 ; 
The Close of the Middle Ages, 1901 ; 
English Political History, 1660- 
1702, 1909. Club : University 
(Edin.). y4<Wf«s«: 25 Hope Ter- 
race, and the University, Edin- 
burgh. 

Lodge, Wilfrid John : b. June 2, 
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of Edinburgh. Educ. Oundle ; 
BalUol 1910-13 (H.B.H.). Wil- 
liams Ex. ; Aegrotat Nat. Sci. 
1913 ; B.A. 1914 ; Morrison 
Fours. Address: 25 Hope Terrace, 
Edinburgh. 

*Logi©-Pirie, Francis : formerly 
Pirie; b. Feb. 16, 1841 ; s. of 
Francis Pirie, of Waterton, Aber- 
deenshire ; m. (i) 1866, Thoma- 
sina, sister of Sir George Banner- 
man, Bart. ; (2) 1895, Margaret 
Elizabeth, d. of Capt. Liebenrood, 
R.N., of Prospect Hill Park, Berks., 
and widow of Capt. A. Jopp, 
Director-General of Stores, India 
Office. Educ. Rugby (Ex.) ; Bal- 
Uol 1860-4 (B.P.) ; ist Math. Mods. 
1862 ; ist Math., and B.A., 1863 ; 
M.A. 1872. Went into commer- 
cial life on leaving Oxford. Club : 
Oxford and Cambridge. Address : 
Tottingworth Park, Heathfield, 
Sussex. 

Lopes, George de Arroyave : b. 
Jan. 9, 1872 ; s. of G. L. Lopes, of 
Bradford - on - Avon ; m. 1 9 1 3, 
Maud, widow of Capt. Granville 
Forbes. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1890-3 (A.L.S., W.H.F.). Clubs : 
Carlton, St. James's. Address : 
7 Egerton Place, London, S.W. 

Lopes, Henry Ludlow : see Ludlow, 
Lord. 

Lopes, Sir Henry Yarde Buller, 4th 
Bart. : b. March 24, 1839 ; s. of 
Sir Massey Lopes, 3rd Bart. ; m. 
1891, Lady Albertha Louisa, d. of 
4th Earl of Movmt Edgcumbe. 
Issue : one son, four daughters. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1879-82 ; 
3rd CI. Mods.1880 ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 
1882. Barrister, I.T., 1888 ; con- 
tested Totnes Div. 1885, Torquay 
1910 ; M.P. (C.) Grantham 1892- 
1900 ; formerly Lieut, in Royal 
Wilts. Yeomanry Cavalry. Clubs : 
Carlton, Wellington. Address : 
Mariston, Roborough, S. Devon. 

Lord, Arthur Ritchie : b. Feb. 5, 
1880 ; s. of Deputy Surgeon-Gen. 
R. G. Lord, I.M.S. ; m. April 2, 
1907, Hilda Maud, d. of F. W. 
Waide. Issue: two sons. Educ, 
Blundell's ; Balliol 1898-1902 
(F. de P., E.A., H.W.C.D.); 



Blundell Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods* 
1900 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1902 ; M.A. 1909 ; Green Moral 
Philosophy Prize 191 1. Arnold 
Soc. Assist, to Prof, of Moral 
Philosophy, and Lecturer in Pol. 
Science and Philosophy, Aberdeen 
Univ., 1902-5 ; Prof, of Philosophy 
and History 1905-10, Prof, of 
Philosophy 1910-, Rhodes Uni- 
versity Coll., Grahamstown, S. 
Africa ; Assessor and Exam., 
Univ. of Cape of Good Hope, 
1905-. Recreations : Golf, fishing. 
Addresses : Rhodes University 
College, and Dromore, West Hill, 
Grahamstown, South Africa. 
Lorebum, Rt. Hon. the Earl of, 1st 
Earl, Robert Threshie Reid : b. 
April 3, 1846 ; s, of Sir J. J. Reid, 
of Mouswald Place, Dumfries ; m. 
(1) 1871, Emily Douglas (d. 1904), 
d. of Capt. Fleming ; (2) 1907, 
Violet Elizabeth, d. of W. F. 
Hicks Beach, of Witcombe Park, 
Glos. Educ. Cheltenham ; Mag- 
dalen (Demy) 1864 ; Balliol 1865 
-8 (J.R., E.P.) ; Sch. ; 1st CI. 
Mods., and Prox. Acces. Hertford 
Sch., 1866 ; 1st Lit. Hiun., Ireland 
Sch., and Prox. Acces. Craven 
Sch., 1868 ; B.A. 1869 ; Hon. 
D.C.L. 1907 ; Univ. Cricket XI v. 
Cambridge 1886, 7, 8 ; Univ. 
Racquets v. Cambridge 1865, 7. 
Barrister, I.T., 1871 ; M.P. (L.) 
Hereford 1880-5, Dumfries 1886- 
1905 ; Q.C. 1882 ; Solicitor- 
General 1894 ; Attorney-General 
1894-5 ; Knight 1894 ; Univ. 
Counsel, Oxford, 1899 - 1906 ; 
G.C.M.G. 1899 ; Lord Chancellor 
1905-12 ; Baron 1906 ; Trustee 
of 1904 Endowment and of Jowett 
Memorial Fimds ; Hon. Fellow 
1908, Visitor 1912-, Balliol ; Earl 
191 1 ; decorated for services in 
connexion with Venezuelan Boun- 
dary Arbitration Commission ; re- 
instated the old chapel windows in 
Balliol Coll. Chapel as a memorial 
to his first wife, 1912 ; Chairman 
of Royal Commission on Railways 
1913; J-P- Publication: Capture 
at Sea, 1913. Clubs : Brooks's, 
Athenaeum. Addresses : 8 Eaton 



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• Square, London, S.W. ; Kings- 
down, Dover. 
*Lovell, Rev. George Francis : b. 

1844 ; s. of F. G. Lovell, of Lon- 
don. Educ. Birmingham ; Balliol 
1863-7 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1867 ; Sen. Greek Testament Prize 
1869 ; Denyer and Johnson Sch., 
and M.A., 1870; B.D. 1876; 
Torpid ; Eight. Ordained d. 1868, 
p. 1869 ; Curate of Kempston 
1868-9 ; Vice-Prin. of St. Edmund 
Hall 1871-89 ; City Lecturer at 
St. Martin's, Oxford, 1872-95 ; 
Theol. Lecturer, Queen's 1882-9, 
Pembroke 1885-9, St. Edmund 
Hall 1895-1906, Non-Coil. Students 
1 896-1 906 ; Divinity ditto, Hert- 
ford, 1879-82 ; Pass Moderator ; 
Exam. ; Master of the Schools ; 
Rector of Waterstock 1896-1906. 
Address: Hope Cottage, Staverton 
Road, Oxford. 

Lovett, Harrington Vemey : b. 
April 29, 1864 ; s. of Rev. Robert 
Lovett, of Dorset ; m. 1893, Clara 
Crofton, d. of Major C. J. Jamieson, 
Bengal Staff Corps. Issue : one 
daughter. Educ. Sherborne (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1882-4 {A.T., W.M.). 
Union Soc. I.C.S. Assist. Com- 
missioner, N.W. Provinces and 
Oudh. 1884 ; Joint Magistrate 
1893 ; Deputy Commissioner Feb., 
Magistrate and Collector Dec., 
1896 ; Kaisar-i-Hind gold medal 
1901 ; Commissioner 1906- ; C.S.I. 
1 91 1. Club : East India United 
Service. Address : Lucknow, 
United Provinces, India. 

Low, James Alexander : b. Jan. 26, 
1884 ; s. of Alexander Low, Advo- 
cate, afterwards Lord Low ; m. 
April 4, 1910, Mary Dorothy, d. of 
J. N. Forsyth, of Quinish, Argyll. 
Educ. Eton; Balliol 1902-5 
(H.W.C.D.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A.> 1905. Passed Chartered 
Accountant's Final Examination 
1909; Chartered Accountant 1910. 
Address : 29 Great King St., Edin- 
burgh. 

Low, Sidney James Iflark : b. Jan. 
22, 1857 ; s. of Maximilian Low. 
Educ. King's Coll. School, London 
(Sch,); Pembroke CoU. (Sch.) 



1876 ; Balliol 1877-80 (R.L.N., 
A.L.S.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; ist 
Mod. Hist. 1879 ; B.A. 1883 ; 
M.A. 1904. Barrister, I.T., 1892 ; 
author and journalist ; Editor of 
St. James's Gazette, 1888-97 ; regu- 
lar staff of Standard as leader- 
writer 1898 ; Literary Editor 1904; 
Special Correspondent during tour 
of Prince of Wales in India, 1905- 
6 ; at Coronation of King Haakon 
of Norway 1906; the Hague Con- 
ference 1907; in U.S.A., Ger- 
many, Egypt, &c. ; Lecturer on 
History 1883-5 ; and Fellow, King's 
Coll., London ; Lecturer on Im- 
perial and Colonial Hist., Univ. of 
London, 1913 ; Alderman, London 
County Council, 1901-5. Publica- 
tions : Dictionary of English His- 
tory, 6th ed., 1904 ; The Gover- 
nance of England, 1904, revised ed. 
1914 ; A Vision of India, 1906 ; 
Political History of England, 1837- 
igoi, 1907 ; De Quincey, 1911 ; 
Egypt in Transition, 1914. Clubs : 
Garrick, Ranelagb. Address : 
24 Marlborough Hill, London, 
N.W. 

Lowden, John Howat : b. April 15, 
1891 ; s. of T. W. Lowden, of 
Krugersdorp, Transvaal. Educ. 
Rhodes Univ. Coll., Grahamstown ; 
Balliol 1910-13 (A.D.L., C.B.) ; 
3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1913 ; 
Univ. Freshmen's and Coll. Rug- 
by XV's. Address : Krugersdorp, 
Transvaal, S. Africa. 

♦Lowe, Hubert Foster : b. Feb. i, 
1861 ; s. of W. B. Lowe, of Etting- 
ton, Warwickshire ; m. Feb. 8, 
1888, Kathleen Mary, d. of WilUam 
Willmott. Issue : eight children. 
Educ. Oliver's Mount School, Scar- 
borough; Clifton; Balliol 1879-84 
(E.A., J.W.R., H.B.D.); Braken- 
bury Science Sch. ; 3rd Math. 
Mods., 1881 ; ist Nat. Sci. (Chem.) 
1882 ; B.A. 1883 ; M.A. 1886 ; 
Univ. Lawn Tennis and Chess 
Clubs ; Morrison Fours 1880. 
Union Soc. Member, I.T. ; Assist. 
Exam. 1885, Exam. 1904-, Patent 
Ofi&ce. Recreations : Golf, chess. 
Club : Coombe HUl Golf. Ad- 
dresses : Patent Office, London, 



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W.C. ; Egremont, Manorgate 
Road, Kingston Hill, Surrey. 
Lowther, Arthur James Beresford : 

b. Oct. 28, 1889 ; s. of Rt. Hon. 
J. W. Lowther, Speaker of the 
House of Commons. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1907-10 (A.L.S., E.J.P.). 
Address : Speaker's House, West- 
minster, London, S.W. 
Lowther, Sir Henry Crofton : b. 
March 26, 1858 ; s. of Rev. 
Brabazon Lowther, of Shrigley 
Park, Cheshire ; m. 1906, Dorothy 
Olga, d. of Sir F. R. St. John, 
K.C.M.G. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Harrow ; Bal- 
liol 1877-81 (F. de P., A.L.S.); 
4th Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1881 ; 
M.A. 1887 ; Eight (Capt. 1881). 
Attach6 Diplomatic Service 1883 ; 
the Hague 1884 ; 3rd Sec. 
1885 ; Stockholm 1886 ; 2nd Sec, 
Berlin 1888, Rio de Janeiro 1889 ; 
Constantinople 1892 ; Madrid 
1894 ; Berne 1897 ; Sec. of Lega- 
tion, Rio de j£ineiro 1901 ; Coun- 
cillor of Embassy, Tokio, 1906 ; 
has been Charge d' Affaires at 
Madrid, Berne, Rio de Janeiro, 
and Tokio ; Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiaury to 
Chile 1909-12 ; Minister at Copen- 
hagen 1912-; K.C.M.G. 1913. 
Publications : Official reports, and 
books on skating. Recreations : 
Skating, cycling, lawn tennis, 
photographv. Clubs 1 Carlton, 
St. James s. New University. 
Addresses : Foreign Office, Lon- 
don, S.W. ; British Legation, 
Copenhagen. 

Lowy, Walter Albert : b. Oct. 15, 
1892 ; s. of Lionel Lowy, of 
London. Educ. Wellington ; Bal- 
liol 1911- (A.W.P.C, A.J.T.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1913. Address : 8 St. 
John's Wood Park, London, N.W. 

Lubbock, Hon. Eric Fox Pitt : 
b. May 16, 1893 ; s. of 1st Lord 
Avebxury. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1912- (H.B.H.) ; Univ. Trial 1913, 
and Coll. Eights ; Athletic Club ; 
Four. Union, Brakenbury, and 
Arnold Socs. ; Balliol Boys' Club. 
Address : High Elms, Orpington, 
Kent. 



Lubbock, Hon. John Birkbeck : see 

Avebury, Lord. 

Lucas and Dingwall, Rt. Hon. 
Lord, Auberon Thomas Herbert : 

b. May 25, 1876 ; s. of Hon. 
Auberon Herbert. Educ. Bedford 
Gr. School ; Balliol 1895-9 (A.L.S., 
W.H.F.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 1899 ; 
B.A. 1901 ; Univ. 1898-9, and 
Coll. (Capt.) Eights. Lieut. Hants 
Yeomanry Cavalry; Under-Sec. 
of State, War Office 1908-11, 
Colonies 191 1 ; Parliamentary Sec. 
to Board of Agriculture 191 1-; 
P.C. 1912. Recreation : Ornitho- 
logy. Clubs : Brooks's, Union, 
Travellers'. Addresses : 32 Old 
Queen St., London, S.W. ; Picket 
Post, Ringwood, Hants. 
Lucas, Arthur Henry Shakespeare : 
b. May 7, 1853 ; s. of Rev. Samuel 
Lucas, F.G.S., Wesleyan Minister ; 
m. 1882, Charlotte, d. of Barrett 
Christmas, of Histon. Issue : one 
son, four daughters. Educ. New 
Kingswood School, Bath ; Balliol 
1870-4 (R.L.N., T.H.G., H.J.S.S., 
J.W.R.) ; Ex. ; ist Math. Mods. 
1872 ; 4th Math. 1874 ; Burdett 
Coutts Sch. 1876 ; B.A. and M.A. 
1877. Union Soc. London Hos- 
pital (Sen. Sci. Sch.) 1876-7 ; Gold 
Medal of Apothecaries' Soc. for 
Botany ; Sci. Master, Leys School, 
Cambridge, 1877-82 ; Head Math, 
and Sci. Master, Wesley Coll., 
Melbourne, Math. Tutor and Sen. 
Fellow, Queen's Coll., and Nat. 
Sci. Tutor, Trinity, Ormond, and 
Queen's Colls., Univ. of Melbourne, 
1883-92 ; Head Master, Newing- 
ton Coll., Sydney, 1893-8 ; Head 
Math, and Sci. Master, Sydney Gr, 
School, 1 899- ; Lecturer in Physio- 
graphy, Univ. of Sydney ; Pres. 
of Field Naturalists' Club, Victoria, 
of Naturalists' Club, Linnaean Soc., 
and of Teachers' Guild of N.S.W. ; 
Hon. Curator of Algae in National 
Herbarium of N.S.W. Publica- 
tions : Memoirs of Horn Expe- 
dition ; Scientific papers in Geo- 
logical Magazine, Proceedings of 
Royal Soc. of Victoria, Transactions 
of New Zealand Institute, Proceed- 
ings of Linnaean Soc. of N.S.W., 



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&c. ; joint author of Introduction 
to the Study of Botany, The Animals 
of Australia, Mammals, Reptiles, 
and Amphibia, and The Birds of 
Australia. Address: The Grammar 
School, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Lucas, Sir Charles Prestwood : b. 
Aug. 7, 1853 ; s. of H. J. Lucas, 
M.D., of Crickhowell. Educ. Win- 
chester (Sch.) ; Balliol 1872-6 
(T.H.G. J.L.S.D., R.L.N., T.C.) ; 
Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1873 ; ist Lit. 
Hum. 1876 ; Chancellor's Latin 
Essay Prize 1877 ; B.A. 1884 ; 
2nd string in High Jump v. Cam- 
bridge 1876 ; Cricket XI. Union 
and Dervorguilla Socs. Barrister, 
L.I., 1885 ; Clerk in Colonial 
Ofiace 1877 ; Private Sec. to 
Sir R. Herbert 1881 and 1886 ; to 
Earl Granville 1886 ; Chairman of 
Committee of Emigrants' Informa- 
tion Office till Dec. 1896 ; ist CI. 
Clerk 1892 ; principal ditto 1896 ; 
Assist. Under Sec. of State 1897 ; 
C.B. 1901 ; K.C.M.G. 1907 ; Head 
of Dominions Department, and 
visited Australia and New Zealand, 
1909 ; Registrar of Order of St. 
Michael and St. George 1909-11 ; 
retired 1911; K.C.B. 1912. Publi- 
cations : Historical Geography of 
the British Colonies ; The Canadian 
War of i8i2 ; A History of Canada, 
1763-1812 ; Greater Rome and 
Greater Britain ; edited Sir G. 
Cornewall Lewis's Government of 
Dependencies, and Lord Durham's 
Report on the Affairs of British 
North America. Clubs : Athe- 
naeum, New University. Address: 
65 St. George's Square, London, 
S.W. 

Ludlow, Rt. Hon. Lord, 2nd 
Baron, Henry Ludlow Lopes : 
b. Sept. 30, 1865 ; s. of ist Baron 
Ludlow ; m. 1903, Blanche (d. 
191 1), widow of 7th Lord Howard 
de Walden. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1885-8 (A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 
1888 ; B.A. 1889 ; M.A. 1894. 
Dervorguilla Soc. Barrister, I.T., 
1890 ; Capt. Royal Wilts. Imp. 
Yeomanry ; member of London 
County Council ; Pres. of Cancer 
Hospital ; Treas. of St. Bartholo- 

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mew's Hospital ; J. P., Wilts and 
Northants. ; D.L., Wilts. Recrea- 
tions : Hunting, coaching, shoot- 
ing. Clubs : Carlton, Marlborough, 
Four-in-Hand. Addresses : Lam- 
port Hall, Northamptonshire ; 27 
Portland Place, London, W. 
Lunn, Arnold Henry Moore : b. 
April 18, 1888 ; s. of Sir Henry 
Lunn, Kt. ; m. Dec. 1913, Mabel, 
d. of Hon. and Rev. Prebendary 
J. Stafford Northcote. Educ. 
Harrow ; Balliol 1907-11 (E.H,, 
A.L.S., E.J.P., H.W.C.D.). Union 
(Sec. 1909) and Arnold (Pres.) 
Socs. Sometime editor of The 
Isis. Publications : Alpine Ski 
Club Guides ; edited Oxford Moun- 
taineering Essays, The Englishman 
in the Alps, Ski-ing, and The Har- 
rovians. Address : 3 Upper Wo- 
bum Place, Tavistock Square, 
London, W.C. 

Lupton, William Arthur : 6. July 21, 
1858 ; s. of J. S. Lupton, of The 
Manor House, Bramley ; m. (i) 
Jan. 12, 1892, Constance (d. 1899), 
d. of John Denby, of Shipley. 
Issue : two sons ; (2) March 12, 
1908, Laura Mabel, d. of John 
Denby. Educ. Bradford Gr. 
School; Balliol 1876-9 (E.A., 
R.L.N.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1877 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1879. 
Union Soc. Admitted Solicitor 
1882 ; sen. partner in Lupton and 
Fawcett, Solicitors, Leeds. Ad- 
dress : Red Gables, Ilkley. 
Lushington, Franklyn Guy : b. Aug. 
9, 1862 is. of J. L. Lushington, 
I.C.S. ; m. April 1896, Elvina, 
d. of H. B. Rrice. Issue : one 
daughter. Educ. Highgate School 
(Sch.) ; BaUiol 1881-5 (J.L.S.D.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1883 ; 4th Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1885 ; M.A. 1890 ; 
Cricket XI ; won Coll. Long Jump. 
Assist, and House Master, High- 
gate School, 1885-. Address: Fitz- 
roy Lodge, Highgate, London, N. 
^Lushington, Rev. Philip Austen : 
b. Oct. 10, 1874 ; 5. of W. B. Lush- 
ington, Barrister - at - law ; m. 
April 17, 1907, Frances Katharine 
Anne, d. of G. C. Harrison, of 
Fettes Coll. Educ. Winchester; 



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Balliol 1893-8 (W.H.F., A.L.S., 
F.F.U.); 3rd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1897 ; M.A. 1900 ; Univ. 
Golf team 1895, 6, 7 (Capt.), 8 ; 
Cricket XI (Capt. 1897). Dervor- 
guilla and Annandale Socs. Assist . 
Master, Walton Lodge, Clevedon, 
Prep. School, 1898-9 ; Pembroke 
Lodge Prep. School, Southbourne- 
on-Sea, 1900-2 ; Wells Theol. Coll. 
1902-3 ; ordained d. 1903 (Gos- 
peller), p. 1904 ; Curate of Knigh- 
ton 1903-7 ; Vicar of Churchstoke 
1907-9 and 1914- ; Breinton 1909 
-14 ; Hon. Diocesan Inspector of 
Schools in Religious Knowledge 
1908-14 ; Examiner Dio. Prize 
Exam. 1 910-14 ; Hon. Sec. Dio. 
Sunday School Committee 1909- 
14, and Jun. Clergy Missionary 
Assoc, Hereford Archdeaconry, 
1911-14 ; Hon. Lectiurer, Church 
Committee for Instruction and 
Defence, ditto ; Editor of Hereford 
Diocesan Calendar, 1912-; Chapl., 
4th Class, Welsh Divisional Trans- 
port and Supply Columns, A.S.C. 
(T.F.), 1912. Recreations : Cricket, 
golf. Address : Churchstoke 
Vicarage, Montgomeryshire. 

Lusk, Rev. David Colville : b. Nov. 
19, i88i ; s. of John Lusk, of 
Dunavon, Strathaven, Lanark- 
shire ; m. Sept. 3, 1909, Mary 
Theodora, d. of John Colville. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Private ; 
Glasgow High School and Univ. ; 
Balliol 1901-4 (A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist., andB.A., 1905 ; M.A. 1909 ; 
Eight. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Studied at Edinburgh Univ. 1904- 
5 ; New Coll. (Theol.), Edinburgh 
1905-7 and 1909 ; Univ. of Jena 
1906 ; Acting ¥iot. of Hist., Ma- 
dras Christian Coll., India, 1907-8 ; 
Licensed Preacher, United Free 
Church of Scotland, 1909 ; Assist. 
Minister, Kelvinside, Glasgow, 
1909-11 ; ordained by Presbytery 
of Dunoon, and inducted to 
Innellan, 1911. Address: United 
Free Church Manse, Innellan, 
Argyllshire. 

Lutterell, Geoffrey Fownes ; b. May 
20, 1887 ; 5. of Capt. A. F. Lutterell, 
of Quantoxhead, Bridgwater, Som. 



Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1906 (A.L.S., 
E.J.P.). Address : Court House, 
East Quantoxhead, Bridgwater, 
Som. 

Luxburg, Count Guido : b. Aug. 13, 
1885 ; s. of Coxmt F. Luxburg. 
Educ. Wurzburg: Balliol 1904-5 
(E.J., J.A.S.). Address: Rschach 
(Unterfranken), Germany. 

Lyall, Charles Elliott : b. Sept. i, 
1877 ; s. of Sir C. J. Lyall, K.C.S.I. 
Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 1896- 
9 (W.H.F., E.A.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1898 ; Torpid (2) ; Union Soc. 
Sudan Civil Service. Deputy 
Inspector 1901, Jun. ditto 1905, 
Kordogan Prov. ; Jun. ditto 1906, 
Sen. ditto 1909, White Nile Prov. ; 
Sen. ditto, Red Sea Province, 
1912 ; Governor of Haifa Province 
1914. Recreations', Golf, shoot- 
ing, fishing. Clubs : Isthmian, 
Sports. Addresses : 82 Cornwall 
Gardens, London, S.W. ; Haifa, 
Sudan. 

*LyaIl, Sir Cliarles James : b. March 
9, 1845 ; s. of Charles Lyall, of 
London ; m. 1870, Florence Lyall, 
d. of Henry Fraser. Issue : two 
sons, five daughters. Educ. 
King's Coll. School, and King's 
Coll., London; Balliol 1863-7 
(J.R., E.P.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1865 ; 
B.A. 1867 ; M.A. 1879. I.C.S. ; 
first in open competition 1865 ; 
district and secretariat appoint- 
ments, N.W. Prov., 1867-73 ; 
Under Sec, Revenue, Agricul- 
ture, and Commerce Depart- 
ment, to Government of India 
1873-9; CLE. 1880; Sec. to 
Chief Commissioner, and Judge 
and Commissioner, Assam Valley 
districts, 1880-4 and 1886-9; Sec, 
Revenue Department 1886, Home 
ditto 1889-94, to Government of 
India ; C.S.I. 1893 ; Chief Com- 
missioner, Assam 1894, Central 
Prov. 1895-8 ; K.C.S.I. 1897 ; 
Judicial and Public Sec, India 
Office, London, 1 898-1910 ; re- 
tired 1910 ; Hon. LL.D., Edin- 
burgh, 1886 ; Fellow of Univ. of 
Calcutta; D.Phil. (Honoris Causa), 
Kaiser Wilhelm's Universitat, 
Straasburg ; Fellow and Life 



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Governor of King's Coll., London; 
member of Council, and Vice-Pres., 
Royal Asiatic Soc. ; hon. member 
(Pres. 1894) of Asiatic Soc. of Ben- 
gal, and of the Deutsche Morgen- 
landische Gesellschaft ; member 
Board of Studies in Oriental 
Languages, Univ. of London ; 
represented Government of India 
at Oriental Congresses at Rome 
1899, Hamburg 1902, Algiers 1905, 
Copenhagen 1908. Publications : 
articles on ' Hindostani Litera- 
ture ', &c., in Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica, 9th and nth eds. ; Sketch of 
the Hindostani Language, 1879 ; 
Translations of Ancient Arabian 
Poetry, 1885 ; Ten Ancient Arabic 
Poems, with Commentary by Tibrizi 
(in Arabic), 1891-4 ; The Mikirs 
(Assam Ethnographical Mono- 
graphs), 1908 ; editor of Mufadda- 
liyat, and the Diwans of 'Abid and 
^Amir, two collections of ancient 
Arabic poetry, 1914 ; contribu- 
tions to The Academy, Journal of 
Royal Asiatic Soc, the Noldeke- 
Festschrift, &c. Clvb : Athenaemn. 
Address : 82 Cornwall Gardens, 
London, S.W. 

Lyall, Frank Frederick : b. June 12, 
1872 ; s. of D. R. Lyall, C.S.I. ; 
m. 1906, Ina Kathleen, d. of 
A. M. Markham. Educ. Edin- 
burgh Academy ; Balliol 1891-3 
(W.M.); Rugby XV; Cricket 
XI ; winner of 100 Yards and 
Quarter Mile in Coll. Sports. 



Dervorguilla and Annandale Socs. 
I.C.S., Bengal ; Assist. Magistrate 
and Collector 1893 ; Under Sec, 
General Department, to Govern- 
ment 1899 ; Joint Magistrate and 
Deputy Collector 1899 ; Magis- 
trate and Collector 1906 ; Kaisar- 
i-Hind Medal 191 1 ; triuisferred 
to Bihar 1912. Recreations : Polo, 
pigsticking, hunting, cricket, 
tennis, football, racquets. Clubs : 
East India United Service ; Ben- 
gal United Service (Calcutta). 
Address : United Service Club, 
Calcutta, India. 

Lyell, David : 6. April 30, 1888 ; 
s. of David Lyell, W.S., of Edin- 
burgh. Educ. Merchiston ; Bal- 
liol 1907-11 (A.W.P.C, E.H.) ; 
4th CI. Mods. 1909 ; 4th Jut., and 
B.A., 1911; Rugby XV; Golf 
team. LL.B. Edinburgh. Recrea- 
tion : Golf. Club : University 
(Edinburgh). Address : 24 Colin- 
ton Road, Edinburgh. 

Lymington, Viscount : see Ports- 
mouth, Earl of. 

Lyon, Walter Scott Stuart : b. 
Oct. I, 1886; s. of W. F. K. 
Lyon, of North Berwick. Educ. 
Haileybury (Sch.) ; Balliol 1905-9 
(A.W.P.C, A.D.L.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1907 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1909. Union Soc. Reading for 
Scottish Bar ; 2nd Lieut. 9th Batt, 
(Highlanders) Royal Scots. C/«6 : 
Junior Army and Navy. Address : 
47 Castle St., Edinburgh. 



M 



MacAlpine, Archibald Nichol : 

b. Jan. 6, 1891 ; s. of A. N. 
MacAlpine, of Glasgow. Educ. 
Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 191 1- 
(A.W.P.C, R.G.) ; Snell Ex. and 
Newlands Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1913. Address : 41 Scott St., 
Gamethill, Glasgow. 
*MacaIpine, Bernard Ireland : b. 
Nov. 4, 1886; s. of Rev. C. S. 
Macalpine, of Manchester. Educ. 
Manchester Gr. School ; Glasgow 
Univ. ; Balliol 1908-12 (A.W.P.C, 
A.D.L.) ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 



B.A., 1911; M.A. 1914. Address: 
145 Dickenson Road, Rusholme, 
Manchester. 

McAlester, Cliarles Godfrey Somer- 
Ville : b. 1868 ; s. of Lieut.-Col. 
Somerville McAlester, of Dimskaig 
House, Ayr. Educ. Cheltenham ; 
Balliol 1887-91 (W.R.H., A.V.D., 
T.R., R.L.N,, E.A.); 3rd CL 
Mods. 1889; 4th Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1891. Barrister, I.T., 1892. 
Address : Kennox, Stewarton, 
Scotland. 

McArthur, James Fowler : b. Nov. 



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4, 1863 ; s. of James McArthur, 
of Glasgow. Educ. Manchester 
Gr. School (Sch.) ; Balliol 1882-6 
(F. de P., H.B.D.) ; Brakenbury 
Nat. Sci. Sch. ; 2nd Nat. Sci. 
(Chem.) 1885 ; B.A. i886. Union 
Soc. Barrister, M.T., 1895 ; prac- 
tised in Lancashire Chancery 
Court 1895-1905, and subse- 
quently in London. Address : 
3 Plowden Buildings, Temple, 
London, E.C. 

Hacaulay, Thomas Cropper : b. 
Aug. 15, 1871 ; s. of H. D. 
Macaulay, Lieut. R.N., and after- 
wards Capt. in Warwickshire 
Militia ; m. June, 1909, Katharine 
Gertrude, d. of C. G. H. Kinnear, 
of Edinburgh. Educ. Wellington ; 
Balliol 1894-6 (W.M.). Union, 
Dervorguilla, and Annandale 
Societies. Attached to Consulate- 
General, Constantinople, 1896-9 ; 
H.B.M. Vice-Consul for Island 
of Rhodes 1899 ; afterwards 
Seconded for Service under 
Egyptian Government ; Private 
Sec. to Sir Eldon Gorst (Financial 
Adviser to the Khedive) ; Sec- 
General 1905, Sub - Director - 
General 191 1, Egyptian Customs 
Administration. Recreations : Sail- 
ing, painting, riding. Clubs : 
Windham, Turf (Cairo). Address : 
Sidi Gaber, Alexandria, Egypt. 

McBamet, Alexander Cockbum : 
b. Dec. 6, 1867 ; s. of Colonel 
McBamet, D.L., Ross-shire. Educ. 
Fettes College ; Balliol 1887-90 (F. 
de P., A.V.D., T.R.) ; 3rd Jur., 
and B.A., 1890. Barrister, I.T., 
1892 ; Professeur k I'^cole Khedi- 
viale de Droit, Le Caire, L'^^gypte, 
1904-6 ; Judge in Native Tribimal, 
Assiut, Upper Egypt, 1906 ; pro- 
moted to Court of Appeal, Cairo, 
1913; 3rd Class Mejidieh 1913. 
Address : Turf Club, Cairo, Eg3^t. 

*MacCaIlum, Mungo Lorenz : b. 
Oct. 22, 1884 ; s. of M. W. Mac- 
Callum, Prof, in Univ. of Sydney ; 
m. 1912. Educ. Sydney Gr. School, 
and Univ. (Sch.) ; Balliol 1906-9 
(E.H.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; 2nd Jur., 
and B.A., 1908 ; 2nd B.C.L. 
1909 ; M.A. and B.C.L. 1912 ; 



Eight ; Lawn Tennis team (Pres. 
1908). Barrister, I.T., 1910 ; 
N.S.W. Beit 1911 ; Associate to 
Chief Judge in Equity, Sydney, 
N.S.W., 1911-12 ; Law Tutor, St. 
Andrew's Coll., Univ. of Sydney, 
1911-12 ; practising at Sydney Bar 
1912-. Address: University Club, 
Sydney, New South Wales. 

McC!ormick, Cyrus : b. Sept. 22, 
1890 ; s. of C. H. McCormick, of 
Chicago. Educ. Princeton Univ. ; 
Balliol 1912- (F.F.U., A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D.) ; represented Oxford 
(Putting Weight) v. Cambridge 
1913 ; Pres. of Athletic Club. 
Brakenbury, Arnold, and Annan- 
dale Socs. Address : 50 East 
Huron St., Chicago, 111., U.S.A. 

*MacCuim, John : b. Sept. 23, 
1846 ; s. of John MacCunn, J. P., 
Shipowner, of Greenock ; m. 
Sept. 26, 1877, Florence Anne 
O'Quincy, d. of Prof. W. Y. 
Sellar, of Edinburgh. Issue : 
two sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Greenock Academy ; Glasgow 
Univ. ; Balliol 1872-6 (T.H.G.) ; 
Snell Ex. ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1876 ; M.A. 1881 ; Univ. 
Prize Foils. Private Coach, Ox- 
ford, 1876-81 ; Prof, of Logic, 
Mental and Moral Philosophy, and 
Pol. Economy, 1881, afterwards 
Prof, of Philosophy, and Emeritus 
Prof., University Coll., Liverpool ; 
Exam, for I.C.S. ; External ditto, 
Univs. of St. Andrews, Birming- 
ham, Sheffield, and Leeds ; M.A. 
(First Class Honours in Mental 
Philosophy) and LL.D., Glas- 
gow ; D.Litt., Liverpool. Pub- 
lications : Ethics of Citizenship ; 
The Making of Character ; Six 
Radical Thinkers ; Ethics of 
Social Work ; The Political 
Philosophy of Burke ; contribu- 
tions to International Journal of 
Ethics, &c. Recreations : Fenc- 
ing, boating, hill-climbing, fishing, 
golf. Address : Bencruach Lodge, 
Tarbet, Loch Lomond. 

*McCurdy, Edward Alexander Coles : 
b. June 28, 1871 ; s. of Rev. 
Alexander McCiurdy, of Lough- 
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Winifred Annette, d. of William 
Stabbing, of Frith Park, Epsom, 
Hon. Fellow of Worcester Coll. 
Issue : four daughters. Educ. 
Loughborough Gr. School ; Bal- 
liol 1889-94 (A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1893 ; M.A. 
1898. Barrister, I.T., 1895 ; 
Resident at Toynbee Hall 1895 
and 1896-8. Publications : Roses 
of Paestutn, 1900 ; Leonardo da 
Vinci, 1904 ; Leonardo da Vinci's 
Note Books, 1906 ; The Thoughts 
of Leonardo, 1907 ; Essays in 
Fresco, 191 2 ; contributions to 
Athenaeum, Nineteenth Century, 
&c. Recreations : Travel, walk- 
ing. Club : United University. 
Address : Oakdene, Ashstead, 
Surrey. 

^Macdonald, Geo^e : b. Jan. 30, 
1863 ; s. of James Macdonald, 
LL.D., of Elgin ; m. 1897, 
Margaret Tannahill, d. of George 
Younger. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Ayr Academy ; 
Univ. of Edinburgh (Ferguson 
Sch.) ; Balliol 1884-7 (W.H.F., 
R.L.N.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1885 ; ist 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1887 ; M.A. 
1891. Union and Brakenbury 
(Pres. and Sec.) Socs. blaster in 
Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow, 
1887-92 ; CI. Exam., Univ. of 
Edinburgh, 1888-91 ; Lecturer 
in Greek 1892-1903, in CI. Archae- 
ology 1903-4 ; Dalrymple ditto 
1909-10, Univ. of Glasgow ; Rhind 
Lecturer in Archaeology 1904 ; 
Assist. Director of Higher Inspec- 
tion in Scotland 1900-4 ; Assist. 
Sec, Scotch Education Depart- 
ment, 1904- ; Hon. Curator of 
Coins to Soc. of Antiquaries of 
Scotland, and of Hunterian Coin 
Cabinet ; Corresponding member 
of Numismatic Soc. of Vienna, and 
Royal Numismatic Soc. of Hol- 
land ; Vice- Pres. of Soc. for 
Promotion of Roman Studies ; 
M.A., Edinburgh, 1882 ; LL.D., 
Glasgow, 1905 ; F.B.A. Publica- 
tions : translation (part) of Erd- 
mann's Geschichte der Philoso- 
phie, 1890 ; English edition of 
Storm's French Dialogues, 1892 ; 



Catalogue of Greek Coins in the 
Hunterian Collection, vol. i, 
1899, vol. ii, 1901, vol. iii, 1905 
(' crowned ' by the French Aca- 
demic des Inscriptions et BeUes- 
Lettres — Prix Allier de Haute- 
roche 1907) ; Coin Types, Their 
Origin and Development, 1905 ; 
The Roman Forts on the Bar Hill 
(collaborated), 1906 ; The Roman 
Wall in Scotland, and collaborated 
in revised edition of Head's His- 
toria Numorum, 1911 ; contri- 
butions to Numismatic Chronicle, 
Journal of Hellenic Studies, &c. 
Clubs : Caledonian, University 
(Edinbiurgh). Address : 17 Lear- 
month Gardens, Edinburgh. 

Macdonell, Alasdair Somerled : b. 
Dec. 10, 1893 ; s. of A. A. Mac- 
donell, Boden Prof, of Sanskrit 
in the Univ. of Oxford. Educ. 
Repton ; Balliol 1912- (A.D.L., 
N.S.T., A.L.S.) ; Univ. Long 
Jump V. Cambridge 1913. Ad- 
dress : 107 Banbury Road, Ox- 
ford. 

*Macdonell, Arthur Anthony : b. 
May II, 1854; s. of Col. A. A. 
Macdonell, of Lochgarry, Perth- 
shire ; m. 1890, Mary Louise, d. 
of William Lowson, J.P., D.L., of 
Balthayock, Perthshire. Issue : 
one son, two daughters. Educ. 
Gymnasium and Univ., Gottin- 
gen ; Univs. of Leipzig and 
Tubingen ; Corpus Christi Coll. 
(Ex.) 1876-80; Taylorian Sch. 
(German) 1876 ; Davis Chinese 
Sch. 1877 ; 2nd CI. Mods., and 
Boden Sanskrit Sch., 1878 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1880; M.A. 
1883 ; C.C.C. Torpid. Taylorian 
Teacher of German 1880-99 ; 
Exam, in Oriental Studies 1888, 
9, 90, 4, 1900, 4, 7, 14 ; Deputy 
Prof, of Sanskrit 1888-99; Boden 
Prof, of ditto, and Keeper of 
Indian Institute, 1899- ; Fellow 
of Balliol 1900- ; elected Repre- 
sentative of Sanskrit Language 
and Literature at Congress of 
Arts and Sciences, St. Louis, 
U.S.A., 1904 ; made a tour of 
study and research in India 
1907-8 ; Ph.D., Leipzig, 1884 ; 



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F.B.A. 1906. Publications : edi- 
tions of Paul Heyse's Hans Lange, 
Auerbach's Auf Wache, Roquette's 
Der gefrorme Kuss, 2 vols., 1885 ; 
edition of Sarvdnukraman/, with 
Commentary (Anecdota Oxoniensia 
Series), 1886 ; Sanskrit Grammar, 
ist ed. 1886, 3rd ed. 191 1 ; Camp- 
ing Voyages on German Rivers, 
1890 ; Sanskrit Dictionary, and 
Camping Out, 1892 ; Vedic Mytho- 
logy, 1897 ; History of Sanskrit 
Literature, 1900 ; The Brihad- 
devatd, critically edited, with 
notes and translation, 2 vols. 
(Harvard Oriental Series), 1904 ; 
Vedic Grammar, 1910 ; Vedic 
Index of Names and Subjects, 
2 vols., 1912. Recreations : Row- 
ing, cycling, fishing, and formerly 
camping. Address : 107 Banbury 
Road, Oxford. 

Macdonell, William Robert : b. 
Oct. 16, 1852 ; s. of John Mac- 
donell, of Dufftown, Co. Banff ; 
m. Jan. 29, 1889, Alice Elizabeth, 
d. of J. F. White, LL.D., of 
Aberdeen and Dundee. Issue : 
two sons. Educ. Old Gr. School, 
and Univ. (4th Bursar, and 
joint holder of Fullerton Math. 
Sch.), Aberdeen ; Balliol 1874-5 
(J.W.R.) ; Math. Sch. ; ist Math. 
Mods. 1875. East India Merchant, 
Bombay, Burma, and London, 
1880-99 ; Chairman of Chamber 
of Commerce, and additional mem- 
ber of Council of Governor, Bom- 
bay, 1893-95 ; retired from busi- 
ness 1899 ; since occupied in 
Pure Math., Biometry, and Reli- 
gionswissenschaft. Publications : 
papers on ' Dante's Divine Com- 
media ' {Royal Asiatic Soc. 
Journal, Bombay, 1891), ' Crimi- 
nals,' ' English Skulls,' ' Small- 
pox,' and ' Shirley Poppies,' ' On 
the Expectation of Life in Ancient 
Rome, and in the Provinces of 
Hispania and Lusitania, and Africa' 
(Biometrika, vols, i, ii, iii, iv, and ix, 
1892-1913). Recreations: Golf, 
foreign travel Address: Bridge- 
field, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen. 

Macdonnell, Hugh Williamson : b. 
Nov. 2, 1887 ; s. of G. M. Macdon- 



nell, K.C., of Kingston, Ont., 
Canada. Educ. Queen's Univ., 
Ontario ; Balliol 1909-ia (C.B., 
A.D.L.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1910 ; 
3rd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1912 ; 
Eight (Capt.). Address : Uni- 
versity Avenue, Kingston, Ont., 
Canada. 

Macdomiell, James iffackerras : b. 
Dec. 15, 1884 ; s. of G. M. Mac- 
donnell, K.C., of Kingston, Ont., 
Canada. Educ. Queen's Univ., 
Kingston, Canada ; Balliol 1905-8 
(A.W.P.C, A.D.L.) ; Rhodes 
Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1906 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1908 ; Tor- 
pid ; Eight. Union, Arnold, and 
Brakenbxuy Socs. House Master, 
St. Andrew's Coll., Toronto ; 
articled to Rowell, Reid, Wilkie 
& Wood, Barristers and Solici- 
tors, Toronto ; Canadian Bar 
1911 ; National Trust Co., Ltd., 
1 9 II-. Address : National Trust 
Co., Ltd., Toronto, Ont., Canada. 

Macdomiell, Nonnan Scarth : b. 
Sept. 4, 1886 ; s. of D. J. 
Macdoimell, of Toronto, Ont., 
Canada. Lduc. Upper Canada 
Coll., Toronto ; Queen's Univ., 
Kingston ; Balliol 1907-10 (C.B., 
A.D.L.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1908 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1910 ; Univ. Lacrosse Team 
(Capt.) ; Lawn Tennis Team. 
Union Soc. Practising law, Os- 
goode Hall, Toronto. Address : 
Kirkhall, Fergus, Ont., Canada. 

McDougall, Dugald Gordon : b. 
March 28, 1867 ; s. of Dugald 
McDougall, Printer and Stationer, 
London and Melbourne ; m. Feb. 
23, 1901, Helen lone, d. of J. R. 
Atkinson, of Ipswich, Queensland. 
Issue : six sons. Educ. Private 
School, St. Leonards-on-Sea ; Haw- 
thorn Gr. School, and Univ., Mel- 
bourne ; Balliol 1888-92 (W.R.H., 
T.R.) ; WUliams Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1890 ; ist Jur., and B.A., 
1892 ; ist B.C.L. 1894 ; M.A. 
and B.C.L. 1902 ; Univ. Chal- 
lenge Cue for Billiards 1892 ; 
Lawn Tennis team (Capt. and 
Sec). Dervorguilla Soc. Barris- 
ter, I.T., 1893 ; with Blake & 



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Riggall, Solicitors, Melbourne, 
1893 ; read in Chambers of T. 
k Beckett Weigall, K.C., 1895-7 ; 
called to Victorian Bar 1895 ; 
practised on ovm. account till 
1900 ; Prof, of Law and Mod. 
Hist., Univ. of Tasmania, 1900- ; 
acted as Prof, of Law, Univ. of 
Sydney, for two terms, 1905 ; 
M.A. 1890, LL.D. 1909, various 
Schs. and ist Classes, Melbourne 
Univ. Publications : pamphlets 
on Self Governing Colonies, and 
Comtnonwealth and State. Recrea- 
tion : Royal tennis. Clubs : Tas- 
manian (Hobart), Launceston. 
Address : Lome, Sandy Bay, 
Hobart, Tasmania. 

*MacEwen, Rev. Alexander Robert- 
son : b. May 14, 1851 ; s. of Rev. 
Alexander MacEwen, D.D., of 
Glasgow ; m. 1885, Margaret, 
d. of R. H. Begg. Issue : two 
sons, one daughter. Educ. Glas- 
gow Academy, and Univ. (Bur- 
sar) ; Univ. of Gottingen ; Balliol 
1870-4 (T.H.G.) ; Snell Ex. ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1872 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum. 1874 ; B.A. 1875 ; Arnold 
Prize 1876 ; Prox. Acces. Ellerton 
Essay, and M.A., 1887. Union 
and Dervorguilla (original member) 
Socs. Deputy for Prof, of Greek 
1874-5, Assist. Prof, of Latin 
1875-8, CI. Exam, for Degrees 
1882-5, Univ. of Glasgow ; United 
Presbyterian Minister, Moffat, 
1880-6, Glasgow 1886-1901 ; Prof, 
of Church Hist., New Coll., 
Edinburgh, 1901- ; Sec. of Chris- 
tian Unity Assoc. 1904- ; Chair- 
man of Moffat School Board 1882- 
6 ; member of Glasgow School 
Board 1888-94, Edinburgh Pro- 
vincial Coimcil 1906-10 ; B.D. 
1880, Hon. D.D., Glasgow, 1892. 
Publications : Roman Satiric 
Poetry, 1877 ; St. Jerome, 1878 ; 
Life of Principal Cairns, 1894 ; 
The Erskines, 1900 ; Antoinette 
Bourignon, 1910 ; A History of the 
Church in Scotland,vo\. i, 1913 ; and 
various essays and reviews. Address : 
5 Doune Terrace, Edinburgh. 

McFadyen, JohnEklgar : b. July 17, 
1870 ; s. of J. H. McFadyen, of 



Glasgow ; m. 1898, Marie, d. of 
Amtsgerichtsrat Scheffer, of Esch- 
wege,Germany. Issue: twosons,one 
daughter. Educ. Hutcheson's Gr. 
School, and Univ., Glasgow ; Balliol 
1890-4 (W.R.H., E.A.); Snell 
Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1892 ; Jun. 
Hall Houghton Septuagint Prize 
1893 ; Sen. ditto 1896 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum. 1894 ; B.A. 1895 ; Denyer 
and Johnson Theol. Sch. 1897. 
Arnold Soc. Studied at Free 
Church Coll., Glasgow, 1894-8 ; 
Williams's Theol. Sch. (London) ; 
George A. Clark Fellow, Glasgow 
Univ., 1893-7 ; Assist, to Prof. 
G. A. Smith 1897-8, Prof, of Old 
Test . Language, Literature, andThe- 
ology, 1910-, United Free Church 
Coll., Glasgow ; Prof, of Old Test. 
Literature and Exegesis, KnoxColl., 
Toronto, 1898-1910 ; M.A., Glas- 
gow ; D.D., Halifax and Glasgow. 
Publications : The Divine Pursuit, 
and The Messages of the Prophetic 
and Priestly Historians, 1901 ; 
Thoughts for Silent Hours, 1902 ; 
Old Testament Criticism and the 
Christian Church, 1903 ; Messages 
of the Psalmists, 1904 ; Introduc- 
tion to the Old Testament, 1905 ; 
The Prayers of the Bible, 1906 ; 
Ten Studies in the Psalms, 1907 ; 
Commentary on Epistles to the 
Corinthians and Galatians, 1908 ; 
The City with Foundations, 1909 ; 
Commentary on Isaiah, 1910 ; 
The Historical Narrative of the 
Old Testament, and A Cry for 
Justice {a Study in Amos), 1912; 
revision of the late Prof. A. B. 
Davidson's Hebrew Grammar, 1914. 
Address : United Free Church 
College, Glasgow. 

Macfarlane, Alasttdr Hunter : b. 
June 14, 1894 ; s, of Hon. Lord 
Ormidale, Senator of the College 
of Justice in Scotland. Educ. 
Edinburgh Academy; Balliol 1912- 
(H.B.H.). Address : 3 St. Colme 
Street, Edinburgh. 

^Macfarlane-Grieve, William Alex- 
ander : formerly Comyn-Macfar- 
lane, W. A. ; b. 1844 ; s. of 
WilliamMacfariane,M.D.,F.R.C.S., 
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Edinburgh (prizeman) ; Edin- 
burgh Univ, (prizeman) ; Ballioi 
1863 (B.J.) ; St. John's Coll. (Sch.) 
1864-8 ; and CI. Mods. 1865 ; 
B.A., and S.C.L., 1866; M.A. 
1869, Union Soc. Of Lincoln's Inn 
i88i ; M.A. by incorporation, Clare 
Coll., Cambridge, 1895. Assimied 
name and arms of Grieve, and 
ceased to use name of ComjTi, by 
Royal Licence 1891 ; member of 
County Licensing Committee, Cam- 
bridge ; a Commissioner of Supply 
for Roxburghshire ; actively in- 
terested in agriculture and 
forestry (medal of Royal Agri- 
cultural Soc. of England 1911) ; 
J. P., Roxbiurgh, Cambridge, and 
Berwick. Recreations : Book- 
collecting, heraldry. Clubs : Con- 
servative, New University, Covmty 
(Cambridge), County (Oxford), 
Border (Hawick), Scottish Con- 
servative (Edin.). Addresses : 
Impington Park, Cambridgeshire ; 
Penchris6 Peel, Hawick ; Edenhall 
House, Kelso. 

MacGilchnst, Rev. John : b. Sept. 
15, 1866 ; s. of Rev. John Mac- 
Gilchrist, of Bowmore, Islay ; w. (i) 
Jan. 23, 1896, Beatrice (d.), d. of 
Charles Blatherwick, M.D. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. ; (2) Feb. 
28, 191 1, Hon. Agnes Caroline 
Biums, d. of ist Baron Inverclyde. 
Educ. Newton School, Islay ; 
Glasgow Univ. ; BalUol 1886-^0 
(E.A., R.L.N.) ; Snell Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1888 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1890 ; 
B.A. 1892 ; Torpid ; Braken- 
bury Society. Took Divinity 
Classes 189 1-4, and held Black 
Theol. Fellowship, Glasgow Univ. ; 
Minister (Church of Scotland), 
Glengarry 1894-6 ; Strathpeffer 
1896-9 ; Skelmorlie 1899-1911 ; 
West St. Giles, Edinburgh, 191 1- 
13 ; Govan Parish, Glasgow, 1913-. 
Publications : two articles in 
Temple Dictionary of Bible, 1910. 
Address : The Manse of Govan, 
Glasgow. 

*MacGregor, John Marshall : b. 
March 8, 1879; s. of J. B. W. 
MacGregor, of Liverpool. Educ. 
Wallasey Grammar School ; Bal- 



Uol 1900-3 (A.W.P.C, E.A., 
H.W.C.D.) ; Ex, ; ist CI. Mods. 
1901 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1903 ; M.A. 1914. Lecturer in 
Classics, Univ. of Liverpool, 1903- 
8 ; Reader in Greek, Univ. of Lon- 
don, 1908-. Address : University 
College, London, W.C. 

Mackail, Denis George : b. June 3, 
1892 ; s. of J. W. Mackail, Prof, of 
Poetry in the Univ. of Oxford 
1 906-11. Educ. St. Paul's School ; 
Ballioi 1910-13 (A.D.L., N.S.T., 
H.M.W., C.B., R.G.). Braken- 
bury Soc. (Pres.). Address : 6 
Pembroke Gardens, Kensington, 
London, W. 

*Mackail, John William : b. Aug. 
26, 1859 ; s. of Rev. John Mackail, 
of Ascog, Bute; m. 1888, Margaret, 
d. of Sir E. Bume- Jones, ist Bart. ; 
Issue : one son, two daughters. 
Educ. Ayr Academy ; Edinburgh 
Univ. ; Ballioi 1878-84 (E.A., 
R.L.N., J.L.S.D.) ; Warner Ex., 
and Hon. Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 
1879 ; Hertford and Ireland Schs. 
1880 ; ist Lit. Hum., English 
Verse Prize, and B.A., 1881 ; 
Craven Sch. 1882 ; Derby Sch. 
1884 ; M.A. 1885. Dervorguilla 
and Brakenbury Socs. Fellow of 
Ballioi 1882-91 ; Examiner 1884- 
1903, Assist. Sec. 1903-, Board of 
Education ; Professor of Poetry, 
Oxford, 1906-H ; Trustee of 
Jowett Memorial Fimd ; Hon. 
LL.D. Edinbiurgh and St. Andrews. 
Publications : Select Epigrams 
from the Greek Anthology, 1890 ; 
Latin Literature, 1895 ; Life of 
William Morris, 1899 ; translation 
of Homer's Odyssey in verse, 1903- 
10 ; The Springs of Helicon, 1909 ; 
Lectures on Greek Poetry, 1910 ; 
Lectures on Poetry, 19 11. Club : 
Athenaeiun. Address : 6 Pem- 
broke Gardens, Kensington, Lon- 
don, W. 

Mackay, John Macdonald : &. 1856 ; 
s. of Rev. John Mackay. Educ. 
Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and St. 
Andrews Univs. ; Ballioi 1878-81 ; 
Minor Ex. ; 3rd Cl. Mods. 1879 ; 
ist Mod. Hist. 1881 ; B.A. 1882. 
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Coll. and Univ. of Liverpool ; 
resigned 1914 ; M.A., LL.D. St. 
Andrews. Address : The Univer- 
sity, Liverpool. 

MacKay, Samuel Francis Hender- 
son : b. Feb. 15, 1880; s. of 
Martin Mackay, W.S., of Glasgow ; 
m. April II, 1910, Vailentine, d. of 
Emile du Bled. Issue : one son. 
Educ. Glasgow Academy, and 
Univ. (ist Bursar) ; Balliol 1898- 
1902 (W.H.F., F. de P., J.A.S.) ; 
Snell Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1900 ; 
ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1902. 
Arnold Soc. Lecturer in Classics 
(George A. Clark Sch.) 1902-5, 
Examiner for CI. Degrees 1907-9, 
Glasgow Univ. ; Sen. CI. Master 
Kilmarnock Academy 1905-6 ; 
Jim. Inspectorof Schools, Aberdeen 
1906-10, Glasgow 1910-, Scotch 
Education Department ; M.A., 
Glasgow, 1899 ; Ph.D., Jena, 1906. 
Addresses: 41 Kelvinside Gardens, 
Glasgow ; Scotch Education De- 
partment, Whitehall, London, 
S.W. 

MacKenna, James : b. Aug. 15, 
1872 ; s. of Robert MacKenna, of 
Dumfries. Educ. Dumfries Aca- 
demy ; Edinburgh Univ. ; Balliol 
1894-5 tW.M.). I.C.S., Burma ; 
Assist. Commissioner and Settle- 
ment Ofi&cer 1895 ; Director of 
Land Records and Agriculture 
1904. Address : Department of 
Land Records and Agriculture, 
Burma, India. 

Mackenzie, Ian : b. Sept. 25, 1893 ; 
s. of John Mackenzie, of Tower 
Place, Tain. Educ. Fettes ; Bal- 
liol 1912- (A.W.P.C.) ; Domus 
Ex. ; Prox. Acces. to Craven Sch. 
1913 ; ist CI. Mods. 1914. Arnold 
Soc. (Pres.). Address : Tower 
Place, Tain. 

'Mackenzie, Kenneth : b. March 10, 
1882 ; s. of J. O. Mackenzie, of 
Dolphinton ; m. Oct. 4, 1910, May 
Eudora, d. of H. M. Horsbrugh, 
C.A., of Edinburgh. Issue : two 
children. Educ. Fettes ; Balliol 
1901-5 (F. de P., A.L.S.) ; 4th 
CI. Mods. 1903 ; 4th Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1905 ; M.A. 1908 ; 
Half-Blue, Hammer, v. Cam- 



bridge 1905. Writer to Signet 
1909. Addresses : Dolphinton 
House, Dolphinton ; 20 Ainslie 
Place, and 14 Young Street, Edin- 
burgh. 

McKerron, Robert Gordon : b. May 
31, 1871 ; s. of Peter McKerron, of 
Edinburgh. Educ. Kelso High 
School ; Edinburgh Univ. ; Bal- 
liol 1893-4 (W.M.). I.C.S. ; As- 
sist. Commissioner and Settlement 
Officer, Burma, 1894. Club : 
United Service (Edin.). Address : 
I.C.S., Shwebo, Upper Burma, 
India. 

Mackintosh, James : b. Feb. 22, 
1858 ; s. of Lachlan Mackintosh, 
of Edenkellie, Co. Moray, m. 1894, 
Anna, d. of I. Giddings, Deputy- 
Controller of Legacy Duty for 
Scotland. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Gr. School, Old Aberdeen; St. 
Andrews Univ. ; Balliol 1877-8 ; 
Exeter (Sch.) 1878 ; ist CI. Mods. 
1879 2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1881. Scotch Bar 1886 ; Prof, of 
Civil Law 1893, Dean of Faculty 
of Law, Edinburgh Univ. ; Sheriff 
of Ross, Cromarty, and Suther- 
land, 1912 ; K.C., Scot. ; LL.D. ; 
M.A., St. Andrews ; Advocate. 
Publications : The Roman Law of 
Sale, 1892, 2nd ed. 1907 ; co- 
editor of Burge's Foreign and 
Colonial Laws. Recreation : Golf. 
Address : 49 Northumberland St., 
Edinburgh. 

McLaren, Hon. Francis Walter 
Stafford : b. June 6, 1886 ; s. of 
Rt. Hon. Sir Charles McLaren, 
Bart., 1st Baron Aberconway ; m. 
July 20, 191 1, Barbara, d. of 
Col. Sir Herbert Jekyll, K.C.M.G. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1905-9 
(A.L.S., F.F.U., H.W.C.D.) ; 2nd 
Mod. Hist. 1909 ; B.A. 1910 ; 
Lawn Tennis team (Sec). Union, 
Brakenbury, Arnold, and Annan- 
dale Socs. M.P. (L.) Spalding Div. 
of Lines. 1910- ; Director Metro- 
politan Railway Co. 191 1 ; Parlia- 
mentary Sec. to Rt. Hon. Lewis 
Harcourt ; J. P. Clubs : Bachelors', 

Queen's. Addresses: 8 Little College 
St., Westminster, London, S.W. ; 
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*MoLaren, Hon. Henry Duncan : 

b. April i6, 1879 ; s. of Rt. Hon. 
Sir Charles McLaren, Bart., ist 
Baron Aberconway; m. July 19, 
1910, Christabel, d. of Sir Mel- 
ville Macnaghten. Issue : one son, 
one daughter. Educ. Eton (Capt. of 
Oppidans 1897-8) ; Balliol 1898- 
1903 (A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1902 ; M.A. 1906 ; Hockey 
XI (Sec. and Capt.). Brakenbviry 
Soc, (Pres.) ; Palmerston Club 
(Pres.). Barrister, L.I., 1905 ; 
M.P. (L.) West Staffs. 1906-10, 
Bosworth Div. of Leicestershire 
1910- ; Parliamentary Private 
Sec. to Chancellor of Exchequer 
1908-10 ; Director of Bolckow, 
Vaughan & Co., Palmer's Ship- 
building and Iron Co., and of 
Tredegar Coal and Iron Co. 
Recreations : Shooting, gardening. 
Clubs: Brooks's, Reform. Ad- 
dresses: 69 Eaton Place, London, 
S.W. ; Bodnant, Tal-y-Cafn, N. 
Wales. 

Macleay, James William Ronald : 
b. July 9, 1870 ; s. of Col. A. C. 
MacIeay,C.B., of Lyndhurst, Hants. 
Educ. Charterhouse ; Balliol 1889- 
92 (F. de P., T.R., W.H.F., A.L.S.) ; 
3rd Mod. Hist. 1892 ; B.A. 1895. 
Attach6, Washington, 1895 ; 3rd 
Sec, and transferred to Copen- 
hagen 1897 ; passed Exam, in 
Public Law, and transferred to 
Brussels 1898 ; 2nd Sec, and 
transferred to Madrid, 1901 ; 
Charg6 d'Affaires, June 1904 
and Jan. 1905 ; transferred to 
Constantinople 1905 ; Charge 
d'Affaires, Belgrade, July-Sept. 
1907 ; transferred to Mexico, 
Oct. 1907 ; ist Sec. 1908 ; Charge 
d'Affaires March-Dec. 1909; trans- 
ferred to Foreign Office 1910 ; 
ditto to Brussels 1911 ; Charge 
d'Affaires, Sept. and Oct. 1911, 
and July-Sept. 191 2 ; British 
Delegate to Intemat. Conference 
on Commercial Statistics, Brussels, 
1913 ; Covincillor of Embassy, and 
transferred to Peking, 1914. Clubs : 
Travellers', St. James's. Address : 
Thorn Lodge, Spencer Road, East- 
bourne. 



Macleay, Oswell Sullivan : b. July 
8, 1852 ; s. of J. R. Macleay, of the 
Foreign Ofi&ce; m. April 16, 1895, 
Ida Marion, d. of James Searight, 
and widow of Capt. F. G. Mawes, 
Welch Regt. Educ. Westminster ; 
Balliol 1871-3 (R.L.N., T.C., 
J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1872 ; 
B.A. 1875 ; M.A. 1877. Barrister, 
I.T., 1878 ; practised as Convey- 
ancer until 1893 ; retired through 
ill health. Club$ : Athenaeum, 
Conservative. Address : 39 Dray- 
cott Place, Chelsea, London, S.W. 
[Died Jan. 5, I9i3-] 

MacLeliose, Hamlsh Alexander : b. 

Dec. 17, 1886 ; s. of N. M. Mac- 
Lehose, of Berkhamsted. Educ. 
Rugby; Balliol 1905-8 (A.L.S ., 
H.W.C.D., F.F.U.); 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1908 ; B.A. 1909 ; Rugby 
XV ; Hockey XI. Union and 
Brakenbury Socs. Printer. Ad- 
dress : R. MacLehose & Co., Ltd., 
University Press, Glasgow. 

MacLehose, Norman Crawford : b. 
April 21, 1889 ; s. of N. M. Mac- 
Lehose, of Berkhamsted. Educ. 
Rugby; Balliol 1908-11 (A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 191 1 ; 
B.A. 1812. Address: Little Heath 
House, Berkhamsted. 

MacLeod, Alexander Robertson : b. 
March 12, 1884 ; s. of M. S. Mac- 
Leod, of Uigg, Prince Edward Is. 
Educ. McGill Univ. ; Balliol 1906-9 
(C.B., J.A.S.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; 
3rd. CI. Mods. 1907 ; 4th Lit. 
Hum. 1909; Univ. Lacrosse team. 
Address : c/o A. G. Cameron, 
Esq., Messrs. Harris & Bull, Bank 
B.N.A. Building, Hastings Street 
W., Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

*Macleod, Rev. Henry Crawford 
Crichton : b. 1857 ; s. of H. D. 
Macleod. Educ. Christ's Hospital ; 
Balliol 1876-9 ; Ex. ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1877 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1880 ; 
B.A. 1 88 1. Union Soc. (Sec. 1879). 
M.A. 1884. 

Macmichael, Neil : b. July 23, 1871; 
s. of Nev. Neil Macmichael, Min- 
ister of Craignish, Argyll. Educ. 
Royal High School, Edinbiurgh 
(Sch.); BalUol 1893-4 (W.M., 
G.U.P.). Arnold Soc M.A,, 



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Edinburgh, 1893. I.C.S., Madras ; 
Assist. Collector and Magistrate 
1894-6 ; Head Assist, ditto 1896- 
1900 ; Special Settlement Officer 
1900-4 ; Sec. to Board of Revenue 
1904-5 ; on leave 1905-7 ; Col- 
lector, District Magistrate, and 
Agent to Governor in Ganjam 
1908-14. Address : c/o The Chief 
Secretary to Government, Madras, 
India. 

Maemillan, Artkur Tarleton : b. 
Dec. 4, 1889 ; s. of M. C. Mac- 
millan, of London. Educ. Private; 
BalUol 1907-10 (J.W.R., E.H.). 
Address : 52 Cadogan Place, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

*Macmillan, Daniel de Hendi : b. 
Feb. I, 1886; s. of M. C. Mac- 
millan, of London. Educ. Eton 
(King's Sch.) ; Balliol 1904-8 
(C.B., J.A.S.) ; CI. Sch. ; ist CI. 
Mods., and Prox. Acces. Craven 
Sch., 1906 ; 2nd Lit. Hiun. 1908 ; 
B.A. 1909 ; M.A. 1912 ; Union 
and Brakenbury Socs. Publisher. 
Club : Savile. Addresses : 52 
Cadogan Place, London, S.W. ; 
Birch Grove House,East Grinstead, 
Sussex. 

Macmillan, Maurice Harold : b. Feb. 
10, 1894 ; s. of M. C. Macmillan, 
of London. Educ, Eton ; Balliol 
1912- (C.B.) ; Williams Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1914. Union Soc. (Sec. and 
Jim. Treas. 1914). Address : 52 
Cadogan Place, London, S.W. 

McMuUen, Alan : b. May 28, 1872 ; 
s. of A. P. McMullen, of Hertford 
Castle ; tn. (i) Nov. 19, 1904, Mary 
Evelyn (d. 1905), d. of Sir Walter 
Armstrong. Issue : one son ; (2) 
Feb. 6, 1914, Mrs. K. E. Halversen, 
d. of C. F. Philip, of Copenhagen. 
Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 1890-5 
(J.C., D.H.N.) ; Brakenbury Sci. 
Sch. ; ist Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and 
B.A., 1894 ; Eight ; Rugby XV. 
Union, Dervorguilla, and Annan- 
dale Socs. Nat. Sci. Master, 
Wellington Coll., 1895 ; Brewer to 
A. Guinness & Co., Ltd. Clubs : 
Kildare Street (Dublin), Royal St. 
George Yacht (Kingston). Ad- 
dress : The Manor House, Raheny, 
Co. Dublin. 



Macmurray, John : b. Feb. 16, 
1891 ; s. of James Macmurray, of 
London. Educ. Glasgow Univ. ; 
Balliol 1913- (A.D.L.) ; Snell Ex. 
and Newlands Sch. Address : 
70 Crouch Hill, London, N. 

Macnabb, Archibald Corrie : b. Dec. 
1, 1886 ; s. of J. W. Macnabb, J. P., 
H.E.I.C.S., B.C.S. Educ. Eton 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1905-9 and lo-u 
(A.W.P. C, J.A.S., J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1907 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1909 ; B.A. 1910 ; Univ. Trial 
Eights 1906 ; Univ. Sports, 3rd in 
Quarter Mile, 1908, and 100 yards, 
1909 ; Torpid ; Eight ; Four. 
Dervorguilla Soc. I.C.S., Pimjab; 
Assist. Commissioner 191 1. Club: 
Leander. Address : Arthurstone, 
Bracknell, Berks. 

McNair, Arthur Wyndham : b. 
Aug. 23, 1872 ; s. of Major J. F. A. 
McNair, C.M.G., R.A. m. Jan. 3, 
1903, Elisabeth Eva Dawn, d. 
of D, C. B. Griffith, F.R.C.P. 
Issue : two sons, one daughter. 
Educ. St. Paul's School (Jun. and 
Sen. Sch.) ; Balliol 1891-3 (W.M.). 
Union Soc. I.C.S., United Pro- 
vinces ; Assist. Magistrate and 
Collector 1893 ; Deputy Com- 
missioner 1908 ; Magistrate and 
Collector 191 1. Club : East India 
United Services. Address : Fyza- 
bad, Oudh, India. 

*McNeile, Rev. Robert Fergus : b. 
July II, 1877 ; s. of Rev. H. 
McNeile, Vicar of Bishop's Sutton, 
and Fellow of St. John's Coll. 
Educ. Dean Close School, Chelten- 
ham ; Balliol 1895-1900 (J.W.R., 
J.L.S.D.) ; Math. Sch. ; 3rd CI. 
and ist Math. Mods., and Prox. 
Acces. Jun. Math. Sch., 1897; 
ist Math., and B.A., 1899 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum. 1900 ; M.A. 1902 ; 
Assoc. XI (Capt.) ; Lawn Tennis 
team. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Wyclifife Hall 1900 ; ordained 
d. 1901, p. 1902 ; Curate of 
St. Leonard, Shoreditch, 1 901-3 ; 
Student and Tutor of Christ 
Church 1902-8 ; Exam. Chapl. to 
Bishop of Manchester 1903-8 ; 
C.M.S. Missionary in Egypt 1908-. 
Recreations : Lawn-tennis, golf. 

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Address : 35 Sharia Falaki, Cairo, 
Egypt. 
Maconochie, Alexander Francis : b. 

Nov. 16, 1862 ; s. of Alexander 
Maconochie, of the Home Office. 
m. May 8, 1895, Eveline, d. of 
Major J. Grieve Hall, R.E. 
Issue : one son, one daughter. 
Educ. Westminster (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1880-2. Union and Brakenbury 
Socs. I.C.S., Bombay ; Assist. 
Collector and Magistrate, Ahmeda- 
bad, 1882-6 ; Joint Administrator, 
Rajpipla, 1886-7; Survey and 
Settlement Superintendent, Baro- 
da, 1890 ; First Assist. 1895 ; Jun. 
Collector and Magistrate, Shola- 
pur, and Political Agent, Akalkot, 
1899 ; Senior ditto 1904 ; ditto, 
Nasik, 1904-5, and 1909-11 ; Col- 
lector, Ahmadnagar, 19x1-12 ; 
retired 1913. Clubs : East India 
United Service, Cocoa Tree. Ad- 
dress : c/o H. S. King & Co., 9 Pall 
Mall, London, S.W. 

McPherson, Hugh : b. May 4, 1870 ; 
s. of Duncan McPherson, of Paisley ; 
m. Feb. 24, 1897, Gertrude, d. of 
Dr. James Kelly. Issue : one son, 
two daughters. Educ. Gr. School, 
and Academy, Paisley ; Glasgow 
Univ. ; Balliol 1889-91 (W.M., 
A. A.M.) ; Snell Ex. ; Prox. Acces. 
to Boden Sch. Union and Arnold 
Socs. First Exhs. in Matric. and 
Intermed. Arts Exams., B.A. 1890, 
London. I.C.S., Bengal ; Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector, and As- 
sist. Settlement Officer, 1891-7 ; 
Joint Magistrate and Dep. Collec- 
tor 1897 ; Magistrate and Collec- 
tor 1902 ; Durector of Land 
Records 1907 ; ditto, transferred 
to Bihar, 1912 ; Sec. to Revenue 
Department, 1912. Publications : 
Various Settlement reports, &c. 
Clubs : East India United Service ; 
Bengal United Services (Calcutta). 
Address : c/o Grindlay & Co., 
54 Parliament Street, London, 
S.W. 

MacQueen, John Ranier : b. 1840 ; 
s. of James MacQueen, of Clifton, 
Bristol. Educ. Canterbiury ; Bal- 
liol 1858-62 ; 2nd L. and H., and 
B.A., 1862. M.A. 1865 ; Address : 



Brookhouse, Chailey, Cooksbridge, 
S.O., Sussex. [Died April 18, 
1912.] 

Macran, Henry Stewart : 6. 1867 ; 
s. of H. E. Macran, of Dublin; m. 
Stella, d. of Rev. R. S. Kerr, 
Rector of Howth. Educ. Wesley 
and Trmity Colls., Dublin ; Bal- 
liol 1889 (F. de P.). M.A., and 
Fellow 1892, Trinity Coll., Dublin ; 
Prof, of Mental and Moral Philo- 
sophy, Univ. of Dublin, 1901-. 
Publications : The Harmonics of 
Aristoxenus, 1902 ; article on 
' Greek Music ' in Grove's Diction- 
ary of Music ; HegeVs Doctrine of 
Formal Logic, 1912. Club : Irish 
Automobile. Address : Trinity 
College, Dublin. ' 

Madan, Geoffrey Spencer : b. Feb. 
6, 1895 ; s. of Falconer Madan, 
Bodley's Librarian in the Univ. of 
Oxford. Educ. Eton; Balliol 
1913- (C.B.) ; CI. Sch. ; Union, 
Arnold, Brakenbury, and Annan- 
dale Socs. Address : 94 Banbury 
Road, Oxford. 

Madgavkar, Govind Dhianath : b 
May 21, 1871 ; s. of Maharastra 
Gand Saraswah Brahmin ; m. 
Saraswati Bhadrabai, d. of Rao 
Bahadur Shankar Pandurang 
Pandit, Oriental Translator to 
Govt, of Bombay. Educ, St. 
Xavier's School and Coll., and 
Elphinstone Coll. (Sch.) ; Bombay ; 
Balliol 1891-2 (W.M.). Arnold 
and Brakenbury Socs. B.A., Bom- 
bay ; I.C.S. Assist. Commis- 
sioner, Burma, 1892-7 ; on sick 
leave 1897-8 ; Assist. Collector, 
Collector, and District and Ses- 
sions Judge, Bombay, 1898-1912 ; 
Judge, Thana, 1912-. Club : 
Orient (Bombay). Address : The 
Secretariat, Bombay, India. 

Mahmoud, Ali : b. Aug. 15, 1890 ; 
s. of Mahmoud Suliman Pasha, of 
Cairo. Educ. Agricultural School, 
Gizeh, Egypt; Balliol 1910-11 
(H.B.H.). Address : 18 Falaki 
Street, Cairo, Egypt. 

Mahmoud, Hefni : b. May 18, 
1891 ; s. of Mahmoud Suliman 
Pasha, of Cairo. Educ. Nasrich 
School ; Balliol 1912- (A.L.S., 



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N.S.T.) ; Morrison Fours. Ad- 
dress : 1 6 Falaki Street, Cairo, 

Mamoud, Mohammed Bey : b. 

April 15, 1878 ; 5. of Mahmoud 
Suliman Pasha, of Cairo ; m. April 
1905, Fitnat, d. of Idris Ragbeb 
Bey. Issue : two children. Educ. 
Assiut Government Primary 
School ; Tewfikieh Secondary 
School, Cairo ; Balliol 1898-1901 
(A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1901. Brakenbury Soc. 
Government of Egypt ; Sub-In- 
spector in Ministry of Finance 1901, 
Ministry of Interior 1904 ; Private 
Sec. to Adviser to Ministry of In- 
terior 1905 ; Governor of Province 
of Fayima 1906 ; ditto of Suez Canal 
1910- ; Order of Sanieh 1906 ; 
Moutamaiez 1907 ; 3rd Class 
Osmanieh, and Commandeur de 
la Couronne de S. M. le Roi des 
Beiges, 191 1. Recreations : Ten- 
nis, riding. Club : Turf (Cairo). 
Addresses : Government House, 
Port Said ; 16 Falaki Street, 
Cairo ; Abutig, Upper Egypt. 
Main, Rev. Archibald : b. Dec. 17, 
1876 ; s. of Archibald Main, of 
Partick, Glasgow ; m. June 25, 
1907, Mary Jardine, d. of Andrew 
Giffen, of Glasgow. Issue : one 
daughter. Educ. GamethiU School, 
and Univ., Glasgow^ Balliol 1899- 
1902 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.); Snell 
Ex. ; and Mod. Hist., Stanhope 
Prize, and B.A., 1903 ; Rugby XV. 
Union and Arnold Socs. M.A. (ist 
CI. Honours in Mental Philosophy) 
1899, D.Litt. 1912, Glasgow ; 
studied in Divinity Hall, Glasgow, 
1902-3 ; licensed 1903 ; Assist, to 
Rev. John Watt, D.D., Anderston 
Parish, 1903-4 ; Ordained to St. 
Madoes, Perthshire, 1904 ; Exam. 
St. Andrews Univ., 1906, 7, 8, 12- 
14 ; Minister of Old Kilpatrick 
Parish Church, Dumbartonshire, 
1912-. Publications: The Emperor 
Sigismund, 1903 ; articles in 
Hastings's Dictionaries ; reviews in 
Athenaeum, Scottish Historical Re- 
view, and Review of Theology and 
Philosophy, Recreations : Golf, 
curling. Clubs : Cardross and 



Duntocher. Address : The Manse, 
Old Kilpatrick, Dumbartonshire. 
Malcolm, James Aratoon : b. 1868 ; 
s. of Aratoon Malcolm, of Bushire, 
Persia. Educ. HemeHouse School, 
Cliftonville, Kent ; Balliol 1886-9 
(A.V.D., E.A.). One of the founders 
and editors of the Haiasdan ; after 
leaving Oxford engaged in jour- 
nalism, publishing a political-finan- 
cial newspaper in London ; made 
first offer to provide 1,000 sharp- 
shooters for service in S. African 
war ; fitted out Toufmoline Expe- 
dition to Southern Morocco, 1897 ; 
Contractor for pubUc works ; in- 
terested in construction of longest 
water conduit in Europe (Baku), 
and in the extensions to London 
Docks ; a Founder and Director of 
company controlling Montreal , 
Ottawa, and Georgian Bay Canal 
project, and of the Corps of 
Veterans ; formerly Chairman of 
Royal London Yacht Club ; mem- 
ber of Coimcil of British Red 
Crescent Soc. ; negotiated the 
£5,000,000 • Crisp ' loan for the 
Chinese Government ; a founder 
of the British Empire League, and 
of the Royal Motor Yacht Club. 
Publications : contributor of arti- 
cles on banking and currency to 
various financial journals. Ad- 
dress : 58 Loinbard St., London, 
E C 

*Malcohn, William Rolle : b. Jan. 
10, r840 ; s. of John Malcolm, of 
Potalloch, Argyll ; m.{i) Georgina, 
d. of Lord Charles Wellesley. Issue : 
two sons, one daughter. (2) Ruth, 
d. of Hon. E. P. Bouverie. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1858-62 (J.R.) ; 
ist CI. Mods, i860 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1862; Fellow of All 
Souls, and M.A., 1865. Barrister, 
L.I., 1865 ; Assist, to Lord Thring 
when Parliamentary Counsel to 
Government ; Assist. Sec. to 
Board of Trade 1874 ; Assist. 
Under-Sec. to Colonial Office 1878 ; 
partner in Coutts's Bank 1878. 
Address : Walton Manor, Walton- 
on-the-Hill, Svurey. 

Malik, Hardit Singh : b. Nov. 30, 
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Pindi. Educ. Eastbourne Coll. ; 
Balliol 1912- (F.F.U., N.S.T.) ; 
Univ. Freshmen's Cricket Match 
1913 ; Univ. Golf team v. Cam- 
bridge 1914. Address : Rawal 
Pindi, Punjab, India. 
Mallet, Bernard : b. Sept. 17, 1859 ; 
5. of Rt. Hon. Sir Louis Mallet ; 
m. 1891, Hon. Marie Constance 
Adeane (V.A.), Maid of Honour to 
Queen Victoria, 1887-91, and 
Extra Woman of the Bedchamber 
1895-1901. Issue ; two sons. 
Educ. Clifton; Balliol 1878-81 
(R.L.N., A.L.S.) ; ist Mod. Hist. 

1881. Clerk in Foreign Of&ce 

1882, ditto, Treasury, 1885 ; Pri- 
vate Sec. to Rt. Hon. A. Akers- 
Douglas 1886-91, and to Rt. Hon. 
A. J. Balfour 1891-2 and 1895-7 ; 
Commissioner of Inland Revenue 
1897 - 1909 ; Registrar-General 
1909-, and in that capacity was 
responsible for the Census of 
England and Wales in 1911 ; on 
Coimcils of Royal Economic and 
Statistical (also Vice-Pres.) Socs. ; 
C.B. 1911. Publications: Mallet 
du Pan and the French Revolution, 
1902 ; Sir Louis Mallet, a Record 
of Public Services and Political 
Ideals, and editor of a blue-book 
on graduated income taxes abroad, 
1905 ; Earl of Northbrook, a 
Memoir, 1908 ; British Budgets 
1887 to 19 13, 1913. Clubs : 
Brooks's, Athenaeum. Address : 
43 Cadogan Gardens, London, S.W. 

Mallet, Charles Edward : b. Dec 2, 
1862 ; s. of Charles Mallet ; m. 
1895, Margaret, d. of Rt. Hon. 
Su: H. E. Roscoe, F.R.S. Issue : 
two sons. Educ. Harrow ; Bal- 
liol 1881-5 (E.A., W.H.F., F. 
de P., A.L.S.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1883 ; 1st Mod. Hist., and B.A., 
1885. Union (Lib. 1883-4), Der- 
vorguilla, Brakenbury, and Carlyle 
Socs. Lecturer in History on 
Univ. Extension Staff ; Barrister, 
M.T., 1889 ; Director of a London 
Publishing House ; contested (L.) 
West Salford 1900; M.P. Ply- 
mouth 1906-10 ; Parliamentary 
Private Sec. to Rt. Hon. W. Runci- 
man at Treasury and Board of 



Education ; Financial Sec. to War 
Office 1910-11 ; Additional Sec. 
at India Office and Sec. for Indian 
Students, 1912- ; J. P. Hants, 
1906. Publications : The French 
Revolution, and various historical 
papers. Club : Athenaeum. Ad- 
dress : 4 Queen's Gate Gardens, 
London, S.W. 

Mallet, Sir Louis du Pan : b. July 10, 
1864; s. of Rt. Hon. Sir Louis 
Mallet. Educ. Private; Balliol 
1883-5 (A.L.S.). Union Soc. 
Foreign Office 1888 ; 3rd Sec. 
1896 ; served in Brazil, Rome, and 
Cairo ; Precis Writer to Marquess 
of Lansdowne 1902-5 ; Private 
Sec. to Sir Edward Grey 1905-7 ; 
C.B. 1905 ; an Assist. Under-Sec. 
for Foreign Affairs 1907-13 ; 
K.C.M.G. 1912 ; Ambassador at 
Constantinople 1913-. Club: St. 
James's. Address : Foreign Of- 
fice, London, S.W. 

Mallet, Victor Alexander Louis : b. 

April 9, 1893 ; s. of Bernard 
Mallet, C.B. Educ. Winchester; 
Balliol 1911- (H.W.C.D., N.S.T., 
A.L.S.) ; Assocn. and Cricket 
XI's. Union (Sec. 1914), Arnold, 
and Brakenbury Socs. Address : 
43 Cadogan Gardens, London, S.W. 
Mallock, William Hurrell : b. 1849 ; 
s. of Rev. William Mallock, of 
Cheriton BiAop, Devon. Educ. 
Private; Rev. W. B. Philpot, 
Littlehampton ; Balliol 1870-3 ; 
English Verse Prize, and 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1871 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1874. Publications : The 
New Republic, Studies of Con- 
temporary Superstitions, Property 
and Progress, and Labour and the 
Popular Welfare, 1893 ; Classes 
and Masses, i8g6 ; Aristocracy and 
Evolution, 1898 ; Doctrine and 
Doctrinal Disruption, 1900 ; Re- 
ligion as a Credible Doctrine, 1902 ; 
The Veil of the Temple, 1904 ; two 
volumes of verse ; Lucretius on 
Life and Death ; The Reconstruc- 
tion of Belief, 1905 ; An Immortal 
Soul, 1908 ; The Nation as a 
Business Firm, 1910 ; novels — 
A Romance of the Nineteenth Cen- 
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A Human Document; The Heart 
of Life ; The Individualist. Club : 
Bachelors'. Addresses : Bornhill, 
near Exeter ; Lauriston Hall, 
Torquay. 

Mann, Francis Oscar : b. Oct. 15, 
1885 ; s. of F. C. Mann, of London. 
Educ. University Coll. (Sch.), 
London ; Balliol 1907-10 (A.L.S., 
E.J. P.) ; 1st Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1909 ; awarded certificate 
of B.Litt. 1912. Jun. Inspector 
1909, Inspector 1914-, of Ele- 
mentary Schools, Board of Edu- 
cation ; Fellow of University 
Coll., London, 1911. Publication : 
Edited Deloney's Works (Clarendon 
Press), 191 1. Address : Board of 
Education, Whitehall,London,S.W. 

Hann, James Saumarez : 6. Nov. 10, 
1893 ; s. of J. S. Mann, of Bromley, 
Kent. Educ. Dulwich Coll. ; Bal- 
liol 1912- (C.B.) ; CI. Sch. ; Dist. 
in Hertford Sch. 1913 ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1914. Union and Arnold 
Socs. Address : Hazeldene, South 
Hill Park, Bromley, Kent. 

Manners, Hon. John Nevile : b. Jan. 
6, 1892 ; s. of 3rd Lord Manners. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1910-13 
(A.L.S., N.S.T., H.W.C.D.) ; 3rd 
Mod. Hist. 1913 ; Univ. Lawn 
Tennis and Racquets teams v. 
Cambridge 191 3 ; won Univ. 
Silver Racquet. Address 1 Avon 
Tyrrell, Ringwood, Hants. 

Manning, Charles Downes : b. 
1829 ; s. of C. J. Manning, of Lon- 
don. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1847. 
Lieut, ist Royal Dragoons. 

Mano, Constantino Tlirasybulos : 
b. Sept. 21, 1869 ; s. of General 
Mano, of the Military School, 
Piraeus; m. March 12, 1899, 
Henrietta Isabella, d. of C. E. P. 
Merlin. Issue : two sons, one 
daughter. Educ. Athens Gjmina- 
sium ; Univs. of Leipzig, Berlin, 
Heidelberg, and Paris ; Balliol 
1894-5 (J.A.S.). Hon. Sec. and 
Organizer of first Olympic Games, 
Athens, 1896 ; Chief of the ' Holy 
Band ' in Crete during insurrec- 
tions of 1896-7 ; member of Insur- 
rectional Assembly 1897 ; Mayor 
of Canea 1901 ; one of the three 



Chiefs of Therisso insurrection in 
Crete 1905 ; member of Constitu- 
tive Assembly, Crete, 1906 ; De- 
puty for Canea 1907 ; member for 
Attica and Boeotia, Greek Na- 
tional Assembly, 1910 ; Canea 
Correspondent of the Daily Mail ; 
Knight of the Greek Saviour Order 
1897. Took part in whole of 
Greco-Turkish war in Epirus, 
1912-13, at head of 300 Cretan 
Irregulars ; led in assault and 
capture of Preveza, and was 
thrice wounded ; upon disband- 
ment of irregular army his was 
the only company retained by the 
commander-in-chief, owing to their 
efi&ciency; killed by a fall while 
flying over Bulgarian outposts at 
Langatha, near Salonica ; buried 
at Athens with military honours. 
Publications : Greek Verses, 1890 ; 
Handbook on Athletic Training (in 
Greek), 1896 ; translation of 
Sophocles' Antigone, in modern 
Greek verse, 1905 ; Sonnet, in 
French, in Athenian and Cretan 
papers, to commemorate the tak- 
ing of Preveza, Nov. 2, 1912. 
Club : 'AOrjva'iT] AtaxVt Athens. 
Addresses : 3 Nicodemus St., 
Athens ; Bellacampagna, Canea, 
Crete. [Died April 21, 1913.] 

Manouldan, Arshag Sarlds Sene- 
Icerim : b. Aug. 15, 1864 ; s. of 
Senekerim Manoukian, of Guedik, 
Constantinople ; m. 1892, Agnis 
Suzanon, d. of A. H. Boyajian, 
Head of the Protestant Community 
of the Ottoman Empire. Issue : 
two sons, one daughter. Educ. 
Robert Coll., Constantinople ; Bal- 
liol 1882-5 (J.L.S.D., W.H.F.). 
Union Soc. B.A., Robert Coll., 
Constantinople ; member of Cham- 
ber of Legal Counsellors, Foreign 
Ofl&ce, Sublime Porte, Constanti- 
nople, 1886-9 ; engaged in com- 
merce, Egypt 1890-2, Constanti- 
nople 1892-1906, Marseilles 1906- 
ro ; manufacturer of scientific 
stones, 1910-. Address : 46 Quai 
de Billancourt (Seine), Paris. 

^lilarett, Robert Ranulf : &. June 13, 
1866 ; s. of Sir R. P. Marett, Bailifl 
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d. of Sir John Kirk, G.C.M.G., 
K.C.B. Issue : two sons, two 
daughters. Educ. Victoria Coll., 
Jersey ; Balliol 1885-8 (F. de P., 
R.L.N.) ; Ex. ; ist CI. Mods., and 
mentioned for Hertford Sch., 1886; 
Chancellor's Latin Verse Prize 
1887 ; ist Lit. Hum. 1888 ; Prox. 
Acces. Chancellor's English Essay 
Prize, and B.A., 1889 ; M. A. 1891 ; 
Green Moral Philosophy Prize 
I1893 ; D.Sc. 1913. Union (Sec. 
1889) and Brakenbury Socs. 
|Member of I.T., and Jersey Bar ; 
studied Philosophy under Prof. 
IPaulsen at Berlin 1888-9, and 
Archajology in Rome 1889-90 ; 
[Assist. Tutor, Balliol, 1 890-1 ; 
Fellow 1891-, Tutor in Philosophy, 
and Dean, Sub-Rector 1893-8, 
Exeter Coll. ; Exam, in Lit. 
Hum. 1905-8, Hertford and John 
Locke Schs., and in various prizes, 
diplomas, &c., Oxford, and for 
Civil Service Commission ; Sec. 
to Committee for Anthropology 
1908-, and Reader in Social An- 
thropology 1910-, Oxford Univ. ; 
formerly held commission in Royal 
Jersey Militia, and served with 
O.U.R.V.C. ; Fellow of Royal 
Anthropological Institute ; Pres. of 
Folk-Lore Soc. ; Vice-Pres. of 
Section I of 3rd Intemat. Congress 
for History of Religions 1898 ; 
Invito de I'Association Frangaise 
pour I'Avancement des Sciences, 
Toulouse, 1 910; served on Advisory 
Commission appointed by Colonial 
Of&ce ; Org. Sec. of Intemat. 
Congress of the Anthropological 
Sciences ; Oxford Univ. Represen- 
tative at 19th Intemat. Congress 
of Americanists, Washington, 1914. 
Publications : Origin and Validity 
\in Ethics in Personal Idealism 
(Essay), 1902 ; Oxford editor of, 
land contributor to. Anthropologi- 
cal Essays presented to E. B. Tyhr, 
1908 ; editor of, and contributed 
!Preface to, Anthropology and the 
Classics, 1908 ; The Threshold of 
Religion, 1909, 2nd ed. 1914 ; The 
Birth of Humility, 1910 ; Anthro- 
pology ,1912; and various papers in 
philosophic and scientific journals. 



Addresses : Exeter College, Ox- 
ford ; Manoir de La Haule, Jersey. 
♦Markby, Sir William : b. May i, 
1829 ; s. of Rev. W. H. Markby, 
Rector of Duxford ; m. 1866, 
Lucy, d. of J. E. Taylor, of Wey- 
bridge. Educ. King Edward's 
School, Bury St. Edmunds (Sch.) ; 
Merton Coll. 1846-50 ; Post- 
master ; ist Math. 1850 ; B.A. 
1851; M.A. 1856; D.C.L. (by 
Decree) 1879. Barrister, I.T., 
^1856 ; Recorder of Buclungham 
1865-6 ; Judge of High Court 
1866-78, Vice-Chancellor of Univ. 
1877-8, Calcutta; Reader in 
Indian Law 1878-1900, Exam, in 
Jur. 1 880-1, Oxford ; Perpetual 
Curator of Indian Institute ; mem- 
ber of Hebdomadal Coimcil 1883- 

92 ; Delegate of the Press 1881- 
1907 ; Curator of the Chest 1885- 

93 ; Fellow of All Souls 1883 ; 
Fellow 1883-, Jun. Bursar 1887, 
Sen. and Jun. ditto 1888-92, Sen. 
ditto 1893-1905, Tutor to Indian 
Probationers, Balliol ; Commis- 
sioner to inquire into administra- 
tion of Justice in Trinidad and 
Tobago, 1892. Sec. to Trustees 
of Jowett Memorial Fund 1904- 
12 ; Railway Commissioner 1906 ; 
Alderman of Coimty Council 1910, 
and J.P., Oxon. ; K.C.I.E. 1889. 
Publications : Lectures on Indian 
Law ; Elements of Law considered 
with reference to the General Prin- 
ciples of Jurisprudence, 6th ed. 
1905 ; contributor to Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica. Club : Athe- 
naeimi. Address : Headington 
Hill, Oxford. 

*Marks, Harry Cecil : b. Sept. 9, 
1885 ; s. of H. H. Marks, some- 
time M.P. for Thanet. Educ, 
Harrow ; Ballioli903-6 (H.W.C.D. ; 
F.F.U.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 1906 ; 
B.A. and M.A. 1912. Barrister, 
I.T., 1906. Addresses : 10 King's 
Bench Walk, Temple, London, 
E.C. ; Callis Court, St. Peters-in- 
Thanet, Kent. 

Marriott, Robert Denis : b. March 
18, 1879 ; s. of P. H. Marriott, of 
Whalley Range, Manchester. Educ, 
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field Park, near Porstmouth ; 
Balliol 1897-1901 (E.A., E.J.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1899 ; 2nd jur., and 
B.A., 1 901 ; Rugby XV. Union 
and Arnold Socs. Solicitor (Slater, 
Heelis, Colley^ Sandbach and An- 
derson), Manchester. Address : 71 
Princess St., Manchester. 

♦Marsden, George : b. Jan. 9, 1885 ; 
s. of Edmund Marsden, of Chelten- 
ham. Educ. Cheltenham (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1903-6 (C.B., H.W.C.D.) ; 
CI. Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1905 ; 
ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1907 ; 
M.A. 1910 ; Half-Blue, running, 
O.U.A.C. ; Rugby XV (Capt.) ; 
Cricket and Hockey XI's. Arnold, 
Brakenbury, and Jowett Socs. 
Fellow of All Souls 1909 ; Barris- 
ter, LT. (Certificate of Honour), 
1910 ; N.E. Circuit, and Leeds, 
SheflSeld, and West and East 
Riding Sessions. Addresses : 2 
Garden Coiurt, Temple, London, 
E.C. ; Waltroyd, Ellerdale Road, 
Hampstead, London. N.W. 

*Marsh, James Ernest : b. July 5, 
i860 ; s. of John Marsh, J. P., of 
Rainhill ; m. 1903, Lavinia, d. of 
J. E. Paintin. Issue : three 
daughters. Educ. Rugby (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1879-82 (H.B.D.); ist 
Nat. Sci., and B.A., 1882 ; M.A. 
1891 ; Studied at Univs. of Bonn 
1882-3, Paris 1893 ; Sci. Master, 
Exeter School, 1883-5 ; Lecturer 
in Materia Medica 1893-7, Re- 
search Assist. Demonstrator at 
Univ. Museum, Exam, in Nat. Sci. 
1896, 7, Oxford ; Lecturer at 
Exeter Coll. ; Fellow of Merton 
Coll. 1906- ; F.R.S. 1906. Publi- 
cations : Van 't Hog's La Chimie 
dans I'espace ; articles in Proc. of 
Royal Soc, Journal of Chemical 
Soc, &c. Address : 2 Davenant 
Road, Oxford. 

♦Marshall Alfred : b. July 26, 1842 ; 
s. of William Marshall, of Syden- 
ham ; m. 1877, Mary, d. of Rev. 
Thomas Paley. Educ. Merchant 
Taylors' School ; St. John's Coll., 
Cambridge. Title to probationary 
CI. FeUowship at St. John's Coll., 
Oxford, 1 861 ; Second Wrangler 
1865 ; Fellow 1865, Hon. ditto 



1908, St. John's Coll., Cambridge ; 
Principal of Univ. Coll., Bristol, 
1877 ; Lecturer and Fellow 1883-4, 
Hon. Fellow 1896, Balliol ; Prof, 
of Political Economy, Cambridge 
Univ., 1 885-1 908 ; member of 
Royal Commission on Labour 
1891 ; Socio straniero della Reale 
Accademia dei Lincei 1896 ; F.B. A. 
1902 ; corresponding member 
of rinstitut de France 1908 ; 
Foreign Fellow of Royal Swedish 
Academy of Sciences 191 1 ; 
Vice-Pres., Royal Economic Soc. 
M.A., Oxon. 1883, Cambridge 
1868 ; Hon. D.Sc, Oxon. 1904, 
Cambridge 1907 ; Hon. LL.D. 
Edinburgh and Bristol ; Hon. Dr. 
Jur., Cracow and Christiania. 
Pitblications : Economics of Indus- 
try (in conjunction with his wife), 
1879 ; Principles of Economics 
(translated into several languages), 
1890 ; Elements of Economics, 
1891 ; The New Cambridge Curri- 
culum in Economics, and Memo- 
randum on the Fiscal Policy of 
International Trade (published as 
a White Paper), 1903, &c., &c. Ad- 
dress : Balliol Croft, 6 Madingley 
Road, Cambridge. 

Marshall, Alfred George : b. March 
II, 1888 ; s. of G. T. Marshall, of 
Port Chalmers, N.Z. Educ. Univ. 
of New Zealand ; Balliol 191 1- 
(H.B.H.); Rhodes Sch. Univ. 
Lacrosse team v. Cambridge 1914; 
Torpid; Eight. Address: Port 
Chalmers, New Zealand. 

Marshall, John : b. March 9, 1845 ; 
s. of Peter Marshall, of Edinburgh; 
m. 1872, Rose, d. of IJ. Wilson. 
Issue : two sons, two daughters. 
Educ. Newington School, Moray 
House Training Coll., and the 
Univ., Edinburgh ; Balliol 1869- 
72 (J.P., J.L.S.D., T.H.G.) ; Ex. ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1871 ; ist Lit. Hum. 
1872; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876. 
Union Soc. Barrister, L.I., 1874; 
CI. Lecturer, Balliol, 1876; Prof, 
of Classics and Philosophy, York- 
shire Coll., 1877-82 ; Rector of 
RoyalSHigh School, Edinburgh, 
1 882-1 909 ; Inspector of Secon- 
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bridge Syndicates, and for Bur- 
saries to West Riding of Yorkshire 
and Warwickshire County Coun- 
cils, and Bamsley County Borough ; 
Bruce, Greek Travelling, and 
Ferguson CI. Schs., Guthrie CI. 
Fellow, M.A. (ist CI. Honours), 
1869, and LL.D. 1889, Edinburgh ; 
exhibitor at Academy, &c. ; J. P., 
Fife. Publications : edited Xeno- 
phon's Anabasis, i, iii, iv, v, and 
Memorabilia, also Vocabulary to 
Xenophon ; Caes. de Bell. Gall., 
iv, V ; Scott's Lady of the Lake ; 
author of A Short History of 
Greek Philosophy ; translator of 
Horace's Odes and Epodes into 
English Verse. Recreations : Paint- 
ing in oil. Clubs : Chelsea Arts; 
Scottish Conservative, and Scot- 
tish Arts (Edin.). Address : 6 
Comely Bank, Edinburgh. 

''Marshall, John Wilson : b. Oct. 19, 
1857 ; s. of Alexander Marshall, 
M.D., of Kilmarnock. Educ. 
Kilmarnock Academy ; High 
School, and Univ., Glasgow ; 
Balliol 1879-83 (F. de P., A.C.B., 
J.L.S.D.) ; Snell Ex. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1881 ; 1st Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1883 ; M.A. 1886. Assist. 
Prof, of Greek and Lecturer in 
Latin 1 884-1 909, Prof, of Greek 
1910— , Univ. Coll. of Wales, 
Aberystwyth ; Internal Exam, in 
Greek, Univ. of Wales, 1896- ; 
M.A. 1879, Exam, in Classics 1890- 
7, Univ. of Glasgow ; Capt. O.T.C. 
1909. Address : University Col- 
lege of Wales, Aberystwyth. 

Marshall, Louis : b. Dec. 9, 1870 ; 
s. of Henry Marshall, of Barcelona, 
Spain ; m. Sept. i, 1894, Agnes 
Kathleen, d. of Charles Hoskins. 
Issue : one son, three daughters. 
Educ. Rugby (Sch.) ; Balliol 1889- 
91 (W.M.). Arnold Soc. I.C.S., 
United Provinces, 1891 ; Assist. 
and Joint Magistrate ; Acting 
Collector, in Financial Depart- 
ment ; District and Sessions Judge. 
Address : District and Sessions 
Judge, Moradabad, United Pro- 
vinces, India. 

*Marten, Clarence Henry Kennett : 
6. Oct. 28, 1872 ; s. of Sir Alfred 



Marten, K.C. Educ. Eton; Bal- 
liol 1891-5 (A.L.S.) ; ist Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1895 ; M.A. 1900 ; 
Assoc. XI. Dervorguilla Soc. 
Assist. Master 1896, House ditto 
1907-, Eton. Publications : A 
Syllabus of English History ; joint 
author of A History of Great 
Britain. Recreations : Cricket, 
golf, shooting, &c. Club : Oxford 
and Cambridge. Address : Eton 
College, Windsor. 

^Martin, Chester Bailey : 6. June 22, 
1882 ; s. of H. C. Martin of St. 
John's, New Brunswick. Educ. 
St. John's High School, and Univ. 
(Sch.), New Brunswick ; Balliol 
1904-7 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D., F.F.U.); 
Rhodes Sch. ; Gladstone Prize 
1906 ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 1907 ; Beit 
Prize 1908 ; Brassey Studentship ; 
B.A. and M.A. 1911 ; Univ. 2nd 
Lacrosse team. Arnold Soc. 
Engaged in Archives Department, 
Ottawa, 1908-9 ; Prof, of History, 
Univ. of Manitoba, 1909—. Address : 
The University, Manitoba, Canada. 

Martin, Hugh : b. April 9, 1888 ; 
s. of Rev. Prof. Martin, D.D., New 
Coll., Edinburgh. Educ. Edin- 
burgh Academy ; Balliol 1907-10 
(A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; Univ. and Coll. 
Rugby XV's. Union and Arnold 
Socs. With Ilbert & Co., of 
Shanghai. Addresses : 16 Eildon 
Street, Edinburgh; c/o Ilbert & 
Co., 22 Kiangse Road, Shanghai, 
China. 

Martin, Hugh Forgon : 6. Oct. 25, 
1886 ; s. of Rev. T. Martin, of 
Glasgow, Educ. Glasgow High 
School ; Balliol 1909-12 (A.D.L.) ; 
Snell Ex. and Newlands Sch. ; 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1912 ; B.A. 1913. 
Address : 55 Cambridge Drive, 
Glasgow. 

*Martin, Thomas Alexander : b. 
Aug. 26, 1858 ; s. of John Martin, 
of Westbury House, Fareham, 
Hants ; m. Mary Phipps. Issue : 
one daughter. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1877-80 ; 2nd Jur., and 
B.A., 1880 ; M.A. 1884. Barrister, 
I.T., 1882. 

Martin, William : b. Dec. 5, 1886 ; 
s. of William Martin, of Winnipeg. 



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Educ. Upper Canada Coll., To- 
ronto; Balliol 1910-12 (E.H.) ; 3rd 
B.C.L., and B.C.L., 1912 ; Torpid. 
Address : 125 Wellington Crescent, 
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 

♦Martley, William Gibson : b. Nov. 
21, 1859 ; s. of F. B. Hartley, of 
Ballyfallon, Co. Meath ; w. 1891, 
Ethel Maud, d. of His Honour 
Judge Clarke, K.C. Educ. Rugby ; 
Private ; Balliol 1882-5 (F. de P., 
W.H.F., W. H. Fremantle) ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1883 ; ist Theol. 1885 ; 
B.A. 1886 ; M.A. 1889. Union 
Soc. Fausset Theol. Prize ; or- 
dained d. 1885 ; Curate of Ayles- 
bury 1885-7 ; relinquished Orders 
and joined staff of Charity Organ- 
ization Soc. ; interested in social 
and industrial questions, literature, 
and philosophy, and in the work 
of Toynbee Hall ; occasional 
lecturer, and preacher in Unitarian 
churches. Address : 134 High St., 
Poplar, London, E. 

^Mason, Rev. Cliarles Artliur : b. 
Nov. 27, 1858 ; s. of Major F. J. M. 
Mason, Indian Army ; m. Feb. 15, 
1890, Laura Kate, d. of S. A. 
Plumbe, M.D., of Maidenhead. 
Issue : three sons, two daughters. 
Educ. St. Paul's Coll., Stony Strat- 
ford ; Balliol 1877-81 (W.H.F., 
A.L.S.) ; 4th Mod. Hist, and B.A., 
1881 ; M.A. 1884. Union Soc. 
Ordained d. i88r, p. 1882 ; Assist. 
Master and Chapl., King's Coll., 
Taunton, 1881-6 ; Chapl., Madras 
RcUlway, 1886-7; Eccles. Estab., 
Dio. of Lahore, 1887 ; Rawal Pindi 
1889 ; Nowshera 1889-91 ; Su- 
bathu and Umballa 1892-3 ; 
Allahabad 1893-5 ; Chunar 1896- 
7 ; Agra 1 897-1 903 ; Landour 
1903-5 ; St. Mary, Benares, 1905- 
7 ; Dio. Inspector, Lucknow, 
1900-7 ; Hon. Canon of Lucknow 
Cath. 1906-9 ; Curate of St. Peter's, 
Southsea, 1907—8 ; Vicar of Otter- 
bourne, 1909-13 ; Chapl. of St. 
Catharine's Home for Consump- 
tives, Ventnor, 191 3-. Address : 
Wollescote, Spring Hill, Ventnor, 
I.W. 

Massey, Charles Vincent : b. Feb. 20, 
1887; s. of C. D. Massey, of 



Toronto. Educ. Univ. of Toronto ; 
Balliol 1911-13 (A.L.S., N.S.T.) ; 
2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1913. 
Address : Victoria College, Toronto, 
Canada. 

Matheson, Alexander : b. 1872 ; 
s. of Ewing Matheson, of Leeds. 
Educ. St. Paul's School ; Balliol 
1891-5 (E.A., T.R.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1893 ; 2nd Jur., and B.A., 1895, 
Address : 20 Castle St., Chister. 

*Matheson, Percy Ewing : b. Jan. 
23, 1859 ; s. of Rev. J. Matheson, 
B.A., Congregational Minister, of 
Nottingham; m. April 9, 1896, 
Hon. Elizabeth Fox Bruce, d. of 
ist Lord Aberdare. Educ. Notting- 
ham High, and City of London 
Schools (Leaving Schs.) ; Balliol 
1877-81 (E.A., J.L.S.D.) ; Sch. ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1878 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B. A., 1881 ; M.A. 1883. Union 
and Brakenbury Socs. Assist. 
Master, Fettes Coll., 1 881-2 ; 
Fellow 1881-, Lecturer and Tutor 
1884, Dean 1889-1903, Dean of 
Arts 1903-13, New College ; Editor 
of Oxford Magazine, 1883-4 ; Sec. 
to Delegacy for Inspection and 
Examination of Schools 1887- ; 
Poor Law Guardian, Oxford Incor- 
poration, 1888-1904 ; CI. Modera- 
tor, 1894, 8, 9 ; formerly Assist. 
Lecturer at Balliol and University 
Colls. ; Sen. Proctor 1895-6 ; 
Governor of Royal Holloway Coll. 
1895- ; member of Hebdomadal 
Council 1897— ; Delegate of the 
University Press, Local Examina- 
tions, and for Training of Secon- 
dary Teachers ; member of Royal 
Commission on Civil Service 1912, 
and of Univ. Appointments Com- 
mittee. Publications: A Skeleton 
Outline of Roman History ; joint 
editor of Demosthenes' Orations 
against Philip, 2 vols., 1887-90, and 
Speech on the Crown, 1899 ; co- 
translator of Bluntschli's Theory 
of the State. Club : Savile. Ad- 
dress : I Savile Road, Oxford. 

Mathews, Leslie Henry Staverton : 
b. March i, 1875 ; s. of J. A. S. 
Mathews, Solicitor. Educ. St. 
Pavd's School (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1894-9 (F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; Sch. ; 



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ist CI. Mods., and Craven Sch., 
1896 ; and Lit. }}um., and B.A., 
1898; represented Univ. Boxing 
Club, 1897 ; Rugby XV ; Cricket 
XI, Brakenbury Soc. Assist. 
Master 1899, afterwards Sen. 
Master CI. Vlllth Form, St. Paul's 
School. Address : 33 Redcliffe 
Gardens, South Kensington, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

Matsudaira, Viscount Keimin : b. 
March 13, 1883 ; s. of Marquis Keiei 
Matsudaira. Educ. Gakushuin, 
Tokyo; Balliol 1905-8 (A.L.S., 
E.J.P., A.W.P.C). Chamberlain 
to H.M. the Emperor of Japan. 
Club: Tokyo. Address: 8 Fuji- 
micho, Azabu, Tokyo, Japan. 

Matsugata, Kojiro : b. Dec. 31, 
1868 ; s. of Count Matayosti 
Matsugata, of Tokyo. Educ. Yale 
Univ., U.S.A. ; Balliol 1893. 

Matthews, Ernest Lewis : b. April 
12, 1871 ; s. of J. A. Matthews, 
J. P., of Gloucester; m. Dec. 16, 
1902, Ethel Mary, d. of Rev. W. 
Tebbs, Vicar of Ashwick. Issue : 
one son, one daughter. Educ. 
King's Coll., London ; Balliol 1890- 
2 (E.A., W.H.F., A.L.S., T.R.) ; 
2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1892 ; 
Rugby XV (Cayt. 1891-2). Bar- 
rister, I.T., 1895 ; practised in 
London and on Oxford Circuit 
1896— 1902 ; Advocate of Supreme 
Court of Transvaal 1902 ; Legal 
Adviser to Transvaal Govt., 1902- 
10, ditto, and Acting Attorney- 
General of Transvaal Province, 
Union Government of S. Africa, 
1910- ; Legal Adviser to High 
Commissioner for S. Africa in Pro- 
tectorate matters 1904-7 ; Acting 
Crown Prosecutor for Swaziland 
1907-10 ; King's Counsel for the 
Union 1912 ; C.M.G. 1914. Ad- 
dresses : Department of Justice, 
and Ashwick, Bryntinon, Pretoria, 
South Africa. 

Maude, John William Ashley : b. 
Oct. 13, 1885 ; s. of F. W. Maude, 
J. P., of London. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1903-5 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.); 
3rd Mod. Hist. 1906. Student, I.T. 
Address : 9 Cadogan Gardens, 
London, S.W. 



Maude, Walter : b. June 3, 1862 ; 
s. of T. J. Maude, of Rugby ; tn. 
1892, d. of E. T. Atkinson, CLE. 
Issue : two sons, four daughters. 
Educ. Furniss's Prep. School, 
Rugby ; Highgate School (Founda- 
tioner) ; Balliol 1881-3 (A.T.). 
I.C.S., Bengal ; Assist. Magistrate 
and Collector 1883 ; Under-Sec, 
General, Revenue, and Statistical 
Departments, 1890 ; Settlement 
OflScer, Orissa, 1892 ; Joint Magis- 
trate and Deputy Collector 1893 ; 
Magistrate and Collector 1895 ; 
Deputy Commissioner 1901 ; Com- 
missioner 1905 ; ditto, transferred 
to Bihar, and member of Board of 
Revenue, 1 9 1 2-. A ddress : Suther- 
land Tower, Torquay. 

"^Maughan, David : b. Feb. 5, 1873 ; 
s. of John Maughan, of Sydney, 
N.S.W. ; m. March 30, 1909, Jean 
Alice, d. of Rt. Hon. Sir Ed- 
mund Barton, P.C, G.C.M.G., first 
Prime Minister of Australia, and 
Judge of High Court of Australia. 
Issue : one son, one daughter. 
Educ. The King's School, Parra- 
matta, N.S.W. (Broughton and 
Forrest Sch.) ; Balliol 1891-5 
(W.H.F., T.R., J.W.R.); 2nd 
Math. Mods. 1893 ; ist Jur., and 
B.A., 1895 ; ist B.C.L. 1895 ; 
M.A., and B.C.L., 1912 ; played 
in Freshmen's Rugby trial game 
1891, and Coll. XV. Arnold Soc. 
(Vice-Pres. 1894). Barrister, L.I., 
and acting Law Tutor at Balliol, 
1896 ; B.A., Sydney Univ. ; prac- 
tising, mainly Equity, at Sydney 
Bar 1898—. Clubs : Australian 
and University (Sydney). Address : 
Nyrangie,Woollahra, Sydney, New 
South Wales. 

Maughan, John Malbon : b. Dec 
19, 1877 ; s. of John Maughan, 
of Sydney, N.S.W. Educ. The 
King's School, Parramatta, N.S.W. 
(Macarthur, and Broughton and 
Forrest Schs.) ; Balliol 1896-1900 
(J.W.R.) ; 2nd Math. Mods. 1898 ; 
3rd Math., and B.A., 1900. Arnold 
Soc Solicitor, Supreme Court of 
New South Wales, 1905 ; Manag- 
ing Equity Clerk to Norton, 
Smith & Co., Sydney. Address : 



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University Club, Sydney, New 
South Wales. 
*MaxwelI, Sir Frederic Maclieiuie : 

b. Jan. II, i860; s. of Rev. 
Joseph Maxwell, Rector of St. 
Matthew, Nassau, Bahamas ; m. 
Oct. II, 1882, Adela Theodora 
Mary, d. of Rev. Prebendary 
Drought, Rector of Clontuskert, 
Ireland. Issue : two sons, one 
daughter. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
1882-5 (F. de P., R.G.T.) ; ist 
Jur., and B.A., 1885 ; M.A. 1891. 
Union Soc. ist Class Studentship, 
Inns of Court, 1882 ; ist Class Sch. 
in Equity, and Barrister, L.I., 
1884 ; Attorney-General 1896, 
Chancellor of Diocese (with Central 
America) 1896-1907, K.C. 1905, 
Major commanding Volunteer 
Force 1906-8, Chief Justice 1907- 
12, British Honduras ; Knighted 
1911 ; Chief Justice of Leeward 
Islands 191 2-. Address : Royal 
Colonial Institute, London, W.C. 

Maxwell, Jolm Hamilton : b. Dec. 
7, 1885 ; s. of Andrew Maxwell, of 
Paisley. Educ. Glasgow Univ. ; 
Balliol 1906-10 (J.A.S.) ; Snell 
Ex. and Newlands Sch. ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1909. Address : 
165 King St., Rutherglen, Glasgow. 

Maxwell, Thomas Doveton : b. 
July 6, 1873 ; s. of Major-Gen. 
W. Maxwell, R.A. Educ. Blun- 
dell's; Balliol 1892-6 (E.A., 
F. de P., J.A.S., T.R.) ; Blundell 
Sch. ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1894 ; 3rd 
Jur., and B.A., 1896 ; Braken- 
bury and Annandale Socs. Bar- 
rister, G.I., 1903 ; Police Magis- 
trate, Calabar, S. Nigeria. A ddress : 
Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 

May, Charles Henry : b. Aug. 31, 
1886 ; s. of C. G. May, of Wey- 
bridge. Educ. Winchester ; Bal- 
liol 1905-9 (J.W.R.) ; 2nd Math. 
Mods. 1907; 3rd Math., and B.A., 
1909 ; Union and Arnold Socs. 
Solicitor. Recreations : Lawn ten- 
nis, football. A ddress : Pine Lodge, 
Byfleet Road, Weybridge. 

May, Richard Trelawny : b. March 
25, 1890; s. of C. G. May, of 
Weybridge. Educ. Winchester ; 
Balliol 1909-12 (E.H.) ; 2nd Jur., 



and B.A., 1912 ; Univ. Cross 
Country team v. Cambridge. Ad- 
dress : Pine Lodge, Byfleet Road, 
Weybridge. 

Mayes, Herbert Frederick : b. July 
16, 1869 ; s. of Frederick Mayes, 
of Whitfield, Dover, m. July 25, 
1900, Elise M., d. of E. Coles, 
Political Agent, Rewah State. 
Educ. Dover Coll. (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1888-90 (W.M.) ; Brakenbury Soc. 
I.C.S., Central Provinces ; Assist. 
Commissioner 1890 ; Deputy ditto 
1898 ; Kaisar-i-Hind Medal (ist 
class) 1901. Club : East India 
United Service. Address : Nag- 
pur, Central Provinces, India. 

Mayne, Arthur Brinley : b. Jan. g, 
1893 ; s. of J. M. Mayne, of 
Swansea. Educ. Llandovery Coll. ; 
Balliol 1910- (J.W.R., H.W.C.D.) ; 
Math. Sch. ; ist Math. Mods. 1911 ; 
Jun. Math. Sch. 1912 ; ist Math., 
andB.A., 1913; Rugby XV; Ath- 
letic team (half-mile). Union and 
Arnold Soc. Address : 3 BrjTi-y 
mor Crescent, Swansea. 

Mayo, John Pym : b. 1872 ; s. of 
C. T. Mayo, of Corsham, Wilts. 
Educ. Chfton ; Balliol 1891-5 
(F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; ist CI. Mods. 
1893 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1895 ; B.A. 
1896 ; Assist. Master, Manchester 
Gr. School. Address : Ivy House, 
Corsham, Wilts. 

Mead, Lawrence : b. April 20, 1884 ; 
s. of Frederick Mead, Metropolitan 
Police Magistrate. Educ. Ton- 
bridge ; Balliol 1903-6 (H.B.H.) ; 
4th Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 
1906. Union Soc. Barrister, M.T., 
1908 ; Lieut., Reserve of Officers 
(Yeomanry) ; Captain's Certifi- 
cate, Cavalry School, 1907, Dis- 
tinguished ditto, Hythe, 1908 ; 
studied land agency and estate 
management 1908-11 ; Associate 
of Surveyors' Institution ; Quali- 
fied Associate of Land Agents Soc. 
Publication : Editor of Oke's 
Game Laws, 5th ed., 1912. Recrea- 
tions : Hunting, golf. Clubs : 
Cavalry, St. Stephen's. Addresses: 
4 Eliot Place, Blackheath, London, 
S.E. ; 5 Paper Buildings, Temple, 
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Meade, Charles Francis : b. Feb. 
23, i88i ; s. of Hon. Sir Robert 
Meade, of Taplow Court, Maiden- 
head. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1899- 
1903 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.). Ad- 
dress : Bath Club, Dover Street, 
London, W. 

Melitus, Paul Gregory: b. March 
I, 1858; s. of G. P. Melitus, 
of London ; m. Oct. 1906, Janet 
Douglas, d. of J. D. Cowan. 
Educ. Marlborough ; Balliol 1878- 
9 (A.T., W.M., G.F.N.). Union 
Soc. LC.S. ; Assist. Magistrate, 
&c., Bengal, 1880-6 ; Assist. 
and Deputy Commissioner, and 
Assist. Sec. to Chief Commissioner, 
Assam, and Acting Postmaster- 
General, Bengal, 1886-91; Under 
and Deputy Sec. to Govt, of India, 
Home Department, 1891-4 ; CLE. 
1894 ; Sec. to Chief Commissioner, 
Assam, 1894-8 ; Judge and Com- 
missioner, Assam Valley Districts, 
1 898-1905 ; Member of Board of 
Revenue, East Bengal and Assam, 
1905-12 ; C.S.I. 1912 ; retired 
1913. Address: 17 Gwydyr Man- 
sions, Hove, Sussex. 

Mellish, Henry : b. Oct. 31, 1856 ; 
s. of Lieut.-Col. W. L. Mellish, 
Notts. Militia, late Rifle Brigade. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1875-9 ; ist 
Math. Mods. 1877 ; ist Nat. Sci. 
1879 ; shot for Univ. in Chan- 
cellor's Plate at Wimbledon 1876- 
9. Barrister, I.T., 1882 ; served 
in Notts. Volunteers and Terri- 
torial Force 1876- 19 12 ; com- 
manded 4th (Notts.) V.B. Sher- 
wood Foresters 1 901-5 ; Major 8th 
Batt. ditto ; Lieut.-Col. (Vols.) and 
V.D. ; Chairman of Territorial 
Force Assoc., Education Com- 
mittee, and Quarter Sessions (Ret- 
ford Division), D.L., and J. P., 
Notts. ; Pres. of Royal Meteoro- 
logical Soc. 1909-10 ; shot for 
England in Elcho Shield at 
Wimbledon and Bisley more than 
twenty times since 1882. Club : 
New University. Address : Hod- 
sock Priory, Worksop. 

Mellor, Rhubert William Henry : b. 
Aug. 7, 1892 ; s. of Matthew 
Mellor, of Gympie, Queensland. 



Educ. Queensland Univ. ; Balliol 
1912- (H.B.H.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; 
Univ. Freshmen's Cricket Match 
1913. Address: Channon Street, 
Gympie, Queensland, Australia. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Paul Ro- 
bert Ernst von : b. Nov. 14, 1875 ; 
s. of Ernst Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, 
of Berlin ; m. May 29, 1902, 
Charlotte, d. of Dr. Georg Reichen- 
heim. Educ. Friedrichs Wer- 
dersches Gymnasium, Berlin ; Bal- 
liol 1893-4 (JC.,T. R.). Studied 
law in Bonn and Berlin till 1897 ; 
partner in Mendelssohn & Co., 
Bankers, Berlin, 1902- ; nomi- 
nated Danish Consul-General in 
Berlin 1903 ; Prussian Order of 
Red Eagle, 4th Class ; Danish 
Dannebrog Order. Clubs : Berlin 
and Imperial Automobile. Ad- 
dress: 67AWilhelmstrasse, Berlin, 
W., Germany. 

Menzies, George Kenneth : b. Oct. 
8, 1869 ; s. of James Menzies, of 
London ; tn. 1899, Mary Strath- 
earn Gordon, d. of John Burnet, 
Advocate, Edinburgh. Educ. 
Private ; St. Andrews Univ. ; Bal- 
liol 1889-90 (W.R.H.). M.A., St. 
Andrews, 1889 ; Assist, to Prof, of 
Greek, St. Andrews Univ., 1893- 
6 ; Private Sec. to Sir W. Dunn, 
Bart., M.P., 1896-1904 ; Sec. in 
Academic Department, London 
Univ., 1904-8 ; Assist. Sec. and 
Editor of Journal, Royal Soc. of 
Arts, 1908-. Publications : numer- 
ous contributions to Punch, Daily 
Chronicle, &c. Address : 14 Mil- 
borne Grove, The Boltons, London, 
S.W. 

Menzies, Walter Baker : b. Nov. 
23, 1888 ; s. of Sir Walter Men- 
zies, M.P., of Culcreuch. Educ. 
King William's Coll., Isle of Man ; 
Balliol 1907-10 (E.H.) ; 3rd 
Jur., and B.A., 1910 ; Torpid 
(i and 2, Cox.). Union Soc. 
Studied at Glasgow Univ. 1910. 
Club : Glasgow Liberal. Ad- 
dresses : Culcreuch, Stirlingshire ; 
34 Gordon Square, London, W.C. 

MiBuzies, William : b. Oct. 7, 1868 ; 
s. of Robert Menzies, Farmer, 
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Educ. St. Andrews and Edinburgh 
Univs. ; Balliol 1892-4 and 1898 
(W.R.H., W.H.F., E.J.P., J.A.S.) ; 
CI. Ex. ; I St CI. Mods. 1894 ; 
B.A. 1898. Arnold Soc. Lecturer 
and Assist, in Greek, St. Andrews 
Univ., 1897-8 ; Schoolmaster in 
Scotland 1899-1903 ; Inspector 
in Scotch Education Department 
1903-. Recreation : Golf. Ad- 
dress : Scotch Education Depart- 
ment, Whitehall, London, S.W. 

Meredith, Leonard Arthur de Laey : 
b. March 14, 1888 ; s. of Arthur 
Meredith, of London. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1906-9 (A.W.P.C, 
E.H.) ; B.A. 1911. Union and 
Arnold Socs. Solicitor. Address : 
Claypole Rectory, Newark. 

*MerI^ Frederick Holland : b. 
May 23, 1863 ; s. of Rev. J. N. 
Merk, of Dhurmsala, East Indies. 
Educ. Christ's Hospital ; Balliol 
1882-6 (A.T., F. de P., R.L.N.) ; 
Sch.; ist CI. Mods. 1883; ist Lit. 
Hum. 1886; B.A. 1887; M.A. 
1899. Brakenbury Soc. Assist, 
and House Master, with short 
periods elsewhere, Christ's Hospi- 
tal. Club : Constitutional. Ad- 
dress : Christ's Hospital, West 
Horsham, Sussex. 

Merrill, Robert Valentine : b. Nov. 
24, 1892 ; s. of E. T. Merrill, of 
Chicago, Educ. Univ. of Chicago ; 
Balliol 1913- (R.G., N.S.T.); 
Rhodes Sch. ; Univ. Fencing 
team v. Cambridge 1914. Arnold 
and Brakenbury Socs. Address : 
5826 Blackstone Avenue, Chicago, 
111., U.S.A. 

Merriman, Roger Bigelow : b. 
May 24, 1876 ; s. of Daniel Merri- 
man, of Worcester, Mass., U.S.A. ; 
m. June 2, 1907, Dorothea, d. of 
H. W. Foote. Issue : two sons, 
one daughter. Educ. Private ; 
Harvard Univ. ; Balliol 1897-9 
(A.L.S.) ; B.Litt. 1899 ; Torpid ; 
Athletic and Lawn Tennis teams. 
Dervorguilla Soc. Studied at 
Harvard and in Germany, France, 
and Spain ; Instructor 1902, 
afterwards Assist. Prof, and 
Chairman of Department of Hist,, 
Harvard. Publications : Life and 



Letters of Thomas Cromwell, 2 vols., 
1902 ; translation of G6mara's 
Annals of the Emperor Charles V, 
1912 ; articles and reviews in 
American Historical Review, Nation 
(New York), &c. Address : Har- 
vard University, Cambridge, 

JLJqcc TJ 2 yV 

*Merrjf, Rev! WilUam Walter : 

b. Sept. 6, 1835 ; s. of Walter 
Merry, Solicitor, of London ; m. 

1862, Alice Elizabeth, d. of Joseph 
Collings, Jurat of Royal Court of 
Guernsey. Issue : two. sons, two 
daughters. Educ. Cheltenham 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1852-9 (E.C.W., 
J.R., B.J.) ; Sch. ; 1st CI. Mods. 
1854 ; 2nd Lit. Hum, 1856 ; B.A., 
1857 ; Latin Essay 1858 ; M.A. 
i860 ; B.D. and D.D. 1886. Or- 
dained d. i860, p. 1861 ; Fellow and 
Lecturer 1859-84, Rector 1884-, 
Lincoln Coll. ; Vicar of All Saints', 
Oxford, 1862-84 ; CI. Moderator 

1863, 4, 9, 70, 1, 4, 7, 82, 3, 4 ; 
Select Preacher 1878-9, 89-90 ; 
Public Orator 1880-1910 ; White- 
hall Preacher 1883-4 ; member 
of Hebdomadal Council 1902-8 ; 
Hon. D.Litt., Univ. of Manches- 
ter, 1902 ; Vice-Chancellor, Oxford 
Univ., 1904-5 ; Hon. LL.D,, Aber- 
deen, 1906 ; one of Lord Crewe's 
Trustees ; life member of Council 
of Cheltenham Coll, Publications : 
Homer's Odyssey i-xii, 60th thou- 
sand ; xiii-xxiv, 16th thousand ; 
Aristophanes' Clouds, Acharnians, 
Frogs, Knights, Birds, Wasps, 
Peace ; Fragments of Roman 
Poetry. Address : Lincoln Col- 
lege, Oxford. 

Merton, Thomas Ralph : b. Jan, 12, 
1888; s. of E, R, Merton, of 
London. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1906-10 (H.B.H.) ; B.Sc. 1910, 
Address: 25 Gilbert St., London, 
W. 

Meston, Sir James Scorgie : b. 
June 12, 1865 ; s. of James 
Meston, of Aberdeen ; m. Jeanie, 
d. of James McDonald, of Mossat, 
Aberdeenshire. Issue : one son 
surviving. Educ. Gr. School, and 
King's Coll., Aberdeen ; Balliol 
1883-5 (J.L.S.D., W.M.) ; Torpid. 



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I.C.S. 1885 ; employed in settle- 
ment of Jhansi and Budaun Dis- 
tricts 1889-97 ; Director of Agri- 
culture in United Prov. 1897-9 ; 
Financial Sec. to United Prov. 
Government 1899-1903 ; sent to 
S. Africa in connexion with reform 
of Colonial Civil Services 1904-7 ; 
Financial Sec. to Government of 
India 1907 ; Finance Minister 
(temporary), and C.S.I., 1908 ; 
member of Imperial Legislative 
Council ; K.C.S.I. 1911 ; Lieut.- 
Govemor of United Prov. of 
Agra and Oudh 1913- ; LL.D., 
Aberdeen. Publications : mainly 
official. Club : East India United 
Services. Addresses : Government 
Houses, Allahabad, Lucknow, and 
Naini Tal, India. 
Meyer, Charles Julius : b. May 

18, 1869 ; s. of F. A. Meyer, 
Cotton Merchant, of Liverpool. 
Educ. Rossall; Balliol 1888-92 
(J.W.R., T.R.) ; 2nd Math. Mods. 
1890 ; 3rd Jur., and B.A., 1892 ; 
M.A. 1895. Barrister, I.T., 
1893 ; practising at Liverpool ; 
Lancashire Chancery Court, and 
N. Circuit. Recreations : Golf, 
photography, music. Club : Con- 
servative (Liverpool). Addresses : 
8 Harrington St., Liverpool ; 
Wellington Road, New Brighton, 
Cheshire. 

Michael, Walter Henry : b. 1866 ; 
s. of W. A. Michael, of Liss, Hants ; 
m. Feb. 19, 1901, Lettie Maud, 
d. of H. C. Batchelor, of Caswell, 
Glam. Educ. Private ; Heidel- 
berg ; BalUol 1885-7 (W.M.) ; 
Assoc. XI. Union Soc. I.C.S. 
1887 ; served in Madras 1888- 
98 ; Accountant-General, Bengal, 
1898-1904 ; ditto, Bombay, 1908 ; 
Officiating Joint Sec, Finance 
Department, Government of India, 
1912- ; Financial Adviser to H.E. 
the Commander-in-Chief ; Addi- 
tional member of Governor- 
General's Legislative Council, 
1913 ; Delhi Durbar Medal. 
Recreations : Riding, shooting, 
rackets, tennis, &c. Clubs : East 
India United Service, Grosvenor, 
Royal Yacht (Bombay), Bengal. 



Address : c/o National Bank of 
India, Bishopsgate St., London, 
E.C. 

Michell, Richard Brooke : b. 1845 ; 
5. of Rev. Richard Michell, Prin- 
cipal of Hertford Coll. Educ. 
Winchester ; Balliol 1865-8 ; 
Latin Verse Prize 1865 ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1866 ; B.A. and M.A. 1871. 
Barrister, L.I., 1872 ; Advocate 
High Court 1874, Prof, of Law, 
Presidency Coll., 1881, Acting 
Administrator-General 1893, Chief 
Judge of Small Causes Court 
1894, Acting Judge of High Court, 
1899, Madras. Address : The 
Lawn, Rugby. 

*Mi(iIeton, Rt. Hon. Viscount, 9th 
Viscount, William St. John Fre- 
mantle Brodrick : b. Dec. 14, 
1856 ; s. of 8th Viscount ; m. 
(i) 1880, Lady Hilda Charteris 
(d. 1901), d. of 9th Earl of Wemyss. 
Issue : one son, fovu: daughters ; 
(2) 1903, Madeleine, d. of Col. the 
Hon. J. Stanley. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1875-8 (R.L.N., J.L.S.D., 
E.A.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1876 ; 2nd 
Mod. Hist. 1878 ; B.A. 1879 ; 
M.A. 1882 ; Cricket XL Union 
Soc. (Pres. 1878). Played for 
Oxford V. Cambridge (Eton Foot- 
ball) ; M.P. (C.) W. Surrey 1880- 
5, Guildford Div. of Surrey 1885- 
1906 ; Financial Sec. to War 
Office 1886-92; Under-Sec. of 
State for War 1895-8 ; Under- 
Sec, of State for Foreign Affairs 
1 898-1900 ; Sec. of State for War 
1900-3 ; Sec. of State for India 
1903-5 ; Alderman of London 
Coimty Council 1907-13 ; P.C, 
1897 ; J.P. ; D.L. Clubs : Carl- 
ton, Athenaeiun. Addresses iPeper 
Harow, Godalming ; 34 Portland 
Place, London, W. ; The Grange, 
Midleton, Ireland. 

Miles, Basil : b. June 20, 1877 ; 
s. of F. B. Miles, of Philadelphia, 
U.S.A. Educ. St. Mark's School, 
Southborough, Mass., and Univ. 
of Pennsylvania (A.B. 1897), 
U.S.A. ; Balliol 1902-5 (A.L.S.) ; 
B.Litt. 1905 ; Eight ; Torpid ; 
Morrison Fours. Union, Annan- 
dale, Dervorguilla (Pres.), and 



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Arnold Socs. Engaged in Com- 
merce in Philadelphia 1897-9 ; 
Master at St. Mark's School, 
Southborough, 1 899-1 902 ; At- 
tache 1905, 3rd Sec. 1906, Ameri- 
can Embassy, St. Petersburg ; 
3rd Sec, Berlin, 1907 ; Superin- 
tendent of Foreign Mails, Post 
Office Department, Washington, 
1908-13 ; Chief Correspondence 
Division, Chamber of Commerce 
of the U.S.A., Washington, D.C., 
1914-. Recreations : Shooting, 
motoring, music, &c. Clubs : 
Metropolitan (Washington), St. 
Anthony (Philadelphia). Ad- 
dress : Metropolitan Club, Wash- 
ington, D.C., U.S.A. 

Miles, Frederick Fisher : 6. Aug. 3, 
1892 ; s. of James Miles. Educ. 
Otago Univ. ; Balliol 191 3- 
(J.W.R.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; Rugby, 
Hockey, and Athletic teams. 
Union Soc. Address : c/o Bank 
of Australasia, Invercargill, New 
Zealand. 

HUes, James Edward : b. Oct. 
6, 1894 ; s. of Alexander Miles, 
M.D., of Edinburgh. Educ. Edin- 
burgh Academy ; Balliol 191 3- 
{H.W.C.D., N.S.T.). Union and 
Arnold Socs. Address: 20 Walker 
St., Edinburgh. 

Milford, Rev. Robert Newman : 

b. Feb. 8, 1829 ; s. of John Mil- 
ford, Banker, of Exeter ; m. 
Nov. 22, 1854, Emily, d. of Rt. 
Rev. C. R. Sumner, Bishop of 
Winchester. Issue : five sons, 
five daughters. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1848-51 (E.C.W., W.C.L., 
B.J., J.R.) ; 4th Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1851 ; M.A. 1855. Union 
Soc. Ordained d. 1853, p. 1854 ; 
Curate of Stockwell Chapel, Lam- 
beth, 1853-4 ; Rector of Bright- 
well 1860-5 ; Bishop's Knoyle 
1 865-191 2 ; Rural Dean of Chalks 
(Timsbury portion) 1872-88 ; 
Prebendary of Stratford in Salis- 
bury Cathedral 1896-1912. Pub- 
lications : Farnham and its 
Borough, i860 ; History of Farn- 
ham Castle, 1874. Address : 2 
Richmond Gardens, Bournemouth, 
[Died June 18, 191 3.] 



*AIillar, John Hepburn : b. June 
9, 1864 ; s. of Lord Craighill, 
Senator of the Coll. of Justice ; 
m. 1892, Margaret Wilhelmina, d. 
of J. W. Wharton-Duff, of Orton, 
Morayshire. Issue : three sons, 
two daughters. Educ. Edinburgh 
Academy; Balliol 1882-6 (W.H.F., 
D.G.R.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1883 ; ist 
Lit. Hum. 1886 ; B.A. 1887 ; 
M.A. 1909 ; won Coll. Junior 
Fours. Union (Committee) and 
Brakenbury Socs. LL.B., Edin., 
1889; Advocate 1889; Extra 
Advocate-depute 1903 ; Coun- 
sel to Scotch Education De- 
partment 1899- ; Lecturer on 
Intemat. Private Law 1902-9, 
Prof, of Constitutional Law and 
Hist. 1909-, Edinburgh Univ. ; 
Lecturer on Scottish Literature, 
Glasgow, 1911-12. Publications : 
A Handbook of Prescription, 1893 ; 
' The Mid-Eighteenth Century ' 
{Periods of European Literature), 
1902 ; A Literary History of 
Scotland, 1903 ; Scottish Prose 
of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Centuries, 191 2. Clubs : Carlton ; 
New, and University (Edinburgh). 
Address : 10 Abercromby Place, 
Edinburgh. 

*MiIler, Rev. Charles Stewart : b. 
Oct. 8, 1857 ; s. of Major D. S. 
Miller, 7th Royal Fusiliers. Educ. 
Richmond (Yorks.) ; Balliol 1878- 
82 (W.H.F., J.L.S.D., R.L.N.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1880 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1882 ; M.A. 1886. 
Union Soc. Ordained d. 1883, 
p. 1884 ; Curate of St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, 1883-96 ; Vicar of 
St. John's, Bournemouth, 1896- ; 
Governor and Vice-Chairman 
of High School, and Hon. Sec. 
of S.P.G. Assoc, Bournemouth. 
Address : St. John's Vicarage, 
Surrey Road, Bournemouth. 

""Milner, Rt. Hon. Viscount, 1st 
Viscount, Alfred Milner : b. 
March 23, 1854 ; s. of Charles Mil- 
ner, M.D., of Tiibingen, Germany. 
Educ. Gymnasium, Tiibingen, Ger- 
many ; King's Coll., London ; 
Balliol 1873-5 (F- de P., E.A., 
R.L.N.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. Mods., 



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and Hertford Sch., 1874 ; ist Lit. 
Hum. 1876 ; Craven Sch., and 
B.A. 1877 ; Eldon and Derby 
Schs. 1878 ; M.A. 1879 ; D.C.L. 
1906. Union (Treas. 1875-6, Pres. 
1876) and Dervorguilla Socs. 
Fellow of New Coll. 1877 ; Barris- 
ter, I.T., 1881 ; mainly engaged 
in journalism {Pall Mall Gazette, 
&c.) 1882-5 ; contested (L.) Har- 
row Div. of Middlesex 1885 ; Prin- 
cipal Private Sec. to Chancellor 
of the Exchequer (Rt. Hon. G. J. 
Goschen) 1887-9 ; Under-Sec. 
of State for Finance, Egypt, 
1889-92 ; Chairman of Board of 
Inland Revenue 1892-7 ; Gover- 
nor of Cape of Good Hope 1897- 
1901 ; ditto Transvaal and Orange 
RiverColoniesi90i-5 ; High Com- 
missioner for S. Africa 1 897-1 905 ; 
Director of London Joint Stock 
Bank ; Chairman of Bank of 
British W. Africa, and of the 
Mortgage Co. of Egypt ; member 
of Royal Commissions on Local 
Taxation, and the University of 
London ; C.B. 1894 ; K.C.B., 
1895 ; G.C.M.G. 1897 ; G.C.B. 
1900 ; P.C, and Baron, 1901 ; 
Viscount, 1902. Publications: Eng- 
land in Egypt, 1892 ; Constructive 
Imperialism, 1907 ; Speeches in 
Canada, 1908 ; The Nation and the 
Empire, 191 3; various articles in 
reviews, &c. Clubs : Brooks's, 
Athenaeum, New University. Ad- 
dress : Sturry Court, Sturry, Kent. 

Milner, Rev. Herbert Wilson : b. 
April 9, 1870 ; s. of Rev. J. W. 
Milner, of Birkenhead ; m. Oct. 22, 
1902, Dora, d. of J. Chambers. 
Educ. Private ; Balliol 1890-4 
(E.A., R.L.N., J.A.S.); 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1892 ; 4th Lit. Hum. 1894 ; 
B.A. 1895. Ordained d. 1899, p. 
1900 ; Curate of St. Helen's, Wit- 
ton, 1899-190T ; Okehampton 
1902-6 ; Rector of Belstone 1906-. 
Address : Belstone Rectory, Oke- 
hampton, Devon. 

Blilner, Rev. Thomas : b. Nov. 25, 
1864 ; s. of Rev. J. W. Milner, of 
Liverpool; m. May 29, 1894, Annie 
Christine, d. of W. H. Selby, of 
Cape Coast Castle, W. Africa. 



Issue : six children. Educ. 
Shrewsbury ; Balliol 1885-9 (F. de 
P., E.A., R.L.N., J.L.S.D.) ; B.A. 
1889 ; M.A. 1893. Ordained d. 
1892, p. 1893; Curate of Hampton- 
on-Thames 1892- 1903 ; Wilming 
ton 1903-5 ; Swanley 1905-. 
Address : Hillside, Hextable, Kent. 

*MlIroy, Edward Andrew Wallace : 
b. May 6, 1873 ; . of Rev. A. W. 
Milroy, of Cowes, Isle of Wight. 
Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 1892-6 
(E.A., A.L.S.) ; and CI. Mods. 
1894 ; 3rd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 
1896 ; M.A. and B.C.L. 1903 ; 
Univ. 1894-6 (Sec), and Coll. 
(Capt.) Hockey XI's. Member of 
L.I. (Honours in Bar Final) 1896- 
1901 ; Solicitor (2nd Class Honours 
in Final) 1905 ; member of firm 
of Monier-Williams, Robinson & 
Milroy; served in C. I. V.,S. Africa, 
1900. Clubs : Oxford and Cam- 
bridge, Farnham Golf. Addresses : 
72 Alexandra Road, Wimbledon ; 
The Oast House, Farnham, Surrey ; 
6 and 7 Great Tower St., London, 
E.C. 

Minami-Iwakura, Baron Tomotake: 
b. June 2, 1869 ; s. of Tomayoshi 
Minami-Iwakura, of Tokyo. Educ. 
Gakushuin, Tokyo ; Non-Coil. 1892; 
Balliol 1893-5 (A.L.S., W.H.F.) ; 
B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Ad- 
dress : c/o Prince Iwakura, Tokyo, 
Jajjan. 

Mirrielees, Frederick Donald : b. 
Sept. 4, 1881 : 5. of Sir F. J. Mirrie- 
lees, K.C.M.G. ; m. Sept., 1910, 
Mary Cavendish, d. of Major J. G. 
Pangboume, of Baltimore, U.S.A. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1900-4 
(F.F.U.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 1904 ; 
B.A. 1905. Address : 53 Porches- 
ter Terrace, London, W. 

Mitchell, Alexander : b. Aug. 20, 
1871 ; s. of Alexander Mitchell, 
of Luscar and Camock, Fifeshire ; 
m. July 3, 1894, Meta, d. of John 
Paton, of Lethangie, Kinross-shire. 
Issue : two sons. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1889-93 (A.L.S.) ; B.A. 
1897 ; Rugby XV. Landowner, 
and director of several Companies ; 
Lieut. -Col. commanding Fife and 
Forfar Yeomanry. Recreations : 



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Hunting, shooting, travel. Clubs : 
Conservative, Raleigh, University 
(Edin.). Addresses : L,usc3ii,Dun- 
fermline'; Monksford, St. Boswells. 
Mitchell, Frank Herbert : b. June 13, 

1878 ; s. of R. A. H. Mitchell, of 
Eton Coll. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 

1897-1901 (A.w.p.c, j.l.s:d.) ; 

3rd CI. Mods. 1899 ; played in 
Univ. Golf team four years (Capt. 
1901) ; Cricket XI (Capt.). Dervor- 
guilla and Annandale Socs. Jubilee 
Medal 1897. Address : Union 
Club, Trafalgar Square, S.W. 
Mitchell, Paul Lincoln : b. Aug. 9, 

1879 ; s. of R. H. Mitchell, of 
Cincinnati. Educ. Yale Coll. ; Bal- 
liol 1907 (E.H.) ; Brakenbury Soc. 
Practised Law in Cincinnati 1907- 
II ; Surveyor of Customs, Cincin- 
nati, 191 1—. Address : Traction 
Building, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A. 

Mitchell, Robert Henry : b. July 22, 
1874 ; s. of R. A. H. Mitchell, of 
Eton Coll. Educ. Eton; Balliol 
1893-6 (F. de P., E.A., A.L.S.) ; 
represented Univ. 1894-6, Capt. 
1895-6, won President's Gold 
Medal, 1894, and Scratch Cup 1896, 
O.U. Golf Club; won Inter-Col- 
legiate Foursomes 1894, 1896 ; 
Cricket XI (Capt. 1896). Annan- 
dale Soc. (Pres. 1896). Address : 
Stock Exchange, London, E.C. 

"^Mitchell-Innes, Edward Alfred : 
b. Dec. 21, 1863 ; s. of Gilbert 
Mitchell-Innes, of Edinburgh ; m. 
April 18, 1893, Annie Barbara, d. 
of Robert Laycock, of Wiseton. 
Issue : one son, four daughters. 
Educ. Wellington Coll. (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1883-7 (J.W.M., R.L.N.) ; 
Minor Ex. ; and CI. Mods. 1885 ; 
4th Lit. Hum. 1887 ; B.A. and 
M.A. 1899 ; Dervorguilla Soc. 
Travelled round world 1889-90 ; 
Barrister, M.T., 1894; N.E. Cir- 
cuit ; member of County Council 
1907-, J.P. 1908, formerly holder of 
commission in ist Batt. Territorial 
Regt., Herts. ; Officer in National 
Reserve ; K.C. 1908. Recreations : 
Golf, fishing, shooting. Clubs : 
St. James's, Garrick. Address : 
Churchill, Hemel Hempstead, 
Herts. 



Mitchell-Thomson, William : b. 

April 15, 1877 ; s. of Sir M. 
Mitchell-Thomson, ist Bart., of 
Polmood ; m. 1909, Madeleine, d. 
of Hon. Sir Malcolm McEacham. 
Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 1896- 
1900 (J.L.S.D., W.H.F., J.A.S., 
E.A., H. Williamson) ; and CI. 
Mods. 1898 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1900 ; Eight ; Cricket XI ; 
Athletic team. Dervorguilla Soc. 
LL.B. (Honours and Special Dis- 
tinction), and Prizeman in Civil 
and International Law, Edinburgh 
Univ. ; Scotch Bar 1902 ; engaged 
in West India trade 1903-6 ; has 
travelled extensively ; M.P. (U.) 
N.W. Lanark 1906-10, North 
Down 1910- ; member of Execu- 
tive of West India Committee, and 
of Royal Company of Archers 
(H.M. Bodyguard in Scotland). 
Publications : Articles on Man- 
churia, Siberia, and the West 
Indies. Recreations : Shooting, 
fishing, golf, motoring. Clubs : 
Constitutional, Junior Carlton ; 
Caledonian United Service (Edin.), 
Western (Glas.), Union (Trinidad). 
Address : 45 Draycott Place, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

*Moberly, William Octavius : b. 
Nov. 14, 1850 ; s. of Rev. C. E. 
Moberly, of Shoreham ; m. July 30, 
1884, E. F., d. of T. T. Taylor, of 
Stoke Bishop. Educ. Rugby (Sch.); 
Balliol 1869-73 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1871 ; and Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1873 ; M.A. 1877. Assist. Master, 
Clifton Coll., 1874-1913. Address : 
I Worcester Crescent, Clifton, 
Bristol. [Died Feb. 2, 1914.] 

Molyneux, John Heam : b. Aug. 
12, 1879 ; s. of H. H. Molyneux, 
of Ballyhighland, Co. Wexford. 
Educ. Austria ; Stonyhurst ; Bal- 
liol 1898-1901 (A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 
3rd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1901. 
Union and Arnold Socs. S. Africa 
1 901-7 ; Ireland 1907-10 ; Colo- 
nial Office Service, Assist. Resident, 
Northern Nigeria, 1911-. Address : 
New University Club, St. James's 
Street, London, S.W. 

Monahan, Francis John : b. 1865 ; 
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Educ. Oratory School, Edgbaston ; 
Balliol 1883-5 (W.M.). LC.S., 
Bengal ; Assist. Commissioner 
1892 ; Deputy ditto 1894 ; Director 
of Land Records and Agriculture 
1895; Sec. to Chief Commissioner 
1898 ; Commissioner 1905, Assam ; 
transferred to Bengal 1912. Ad- 
dress : I.C.S. Commissioner, Ben- 
gal, India. 

Monckton, Walter Turner : b. 

Jan. 17, 1891 ; s. of F. W. Monck- 
ton, of Ightham Warren, Kent. 
Educ. Harrow; Balliol 1910- 
(A.W.P.C, C.B., A.L.S.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1912 ; Univ. Freshmen's, 
and Seniors', and Coll. Cricket 
XI's ; Assoc. XI. Union (Sec. 
1911, Treas. and Lib. 1912, Pres. 
19 1 3), Arnold, Brakenbury, and 
Annandale Socs. Address : Igh- 
tham Warren, Kent. 

Monie, Peter William : b. March 30, 
1877 ; s. of Peter Monie, of Irvine, 
Ayrshire; m.1901, Ursula Winifred, 
d. of Rev. H. S. K. Bellairs. Issue : 
two sons. Educ. Irvine Royal 
Academy ; Glasgow Univ. ; Bal- 
liol 1897-1900 (W.H.F., J.L.S.D.) ; 
Snell Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1899 ; 
B.A. 1900, I.C.S. 1900 ; Under- 
Sec, to Government of Bombay 
1905-8 ; ditto Government of 
India, Home Department, 1908- 
II ; 2nd Assist., Bombay, 1911- 
13 ; Acting Collector, Nawabshah, 
Sind,igi^-. Address: Nawabshah, 
Sind, India. 

Monins, John Eaton : b. Sept. 27, 
1890 ; s. of J. H. Monins, of Ring- 
would House, near Dover. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1909-13 (N.S.T., 
F.F.U.), 3rd Mod. Hist. 191 3. 
A ddress : RingNvouId House, near 
Dover. 

'''Monro, Henry Ramsay : b. July 5, 
1881 ; s. of R. W. Monro, Chief 
Clerk in Private Bill Office, House 
of Lords. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1900-4 (E.A., F. de P., J.L.S.D.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1902 ; 4th Lit. Hum. 
1904; B.A, 1905; M.A. 1910; 
Assoc. XL Union andDervorguilla 
Socs. Sunderland Sch., Faculty of 
Commerce, Birmingham Univ., 
1904-5 ; engaged with Alfred Holt 



& Co., Shipowners, Liverpool, 
1905-. Club : Union. Address : 
c^o Alfred Holt & Co., Shipowners, 
Liverpool. 

Monson, George Louis Esme John : 
b. Oct. 28, 1888 ; s. of Rt. Hon. 
Sir E. Monson, G.C.B., of Balliol 
and All Souls. Educ. Paris ; Eton ; 
Balliol 1907-9 (F.F.U., E.J. P., 
H.W.C.D.). Union Soc. Studied 
in London, Germany, and Spain 
1909-14. Address : 4" Montagu 
Mansions, Gloucester Place, Lon- 
don, W. 

Montagu, Richard Headley : b. 
Sept. 16, 1882 ; s. of Hyman 
Montagu, F.S.A., Deputy Lieut, 
of City of London. Educ. Lockers 
Park ; Rugby (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1901-3 (F. de P.). Union Soc. 
Solicitor (2nd Class Honours). 
Club : Devonshire. Address : 34 
Queen's Gardens, Hyde Park, Lon- 
don, W. 

Montague, Charles Edward : b. 
January i, 1867 ; s. of Francis 
Montague, of St. Margaret's, 
Twickenham ; m. Dec. 20, 1898, 
Madeleine, d. of C. P. Scott. Issue : 
five sons, two daughters. Educ. 
City of London School ; Balliol 
1885-9 (E.A., W.H.F., R.L.N.) ; 
Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1887 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1889; Eight; Four; 
Rugby XV. Brakenbury Soc. 
(Pres.). Joined staff 1890, chief 
leader writer 1896-, and Director, 
Manchester Guardian ; Member of 
Court of Governors, Manchester 
Univ. Publications : A Hind let 
loose, 1910 ; Dramatic Values, 
1911 ; The Morning's War, 1913. 
Recreations : Mountaineering, fives, 
lawn tennis. Clubs : Alpine ; 
Reform (Manchester). Address: 10 
Oak Drive, Fallowfield.Manchester. 

'^Montague, Francis Charles : b. 
Aug. 31, 1858 ; s. of Francis 
Montague, of London. Educ. 
University Coll. School, and Uni- 
versity Coll., London ; Balliol 
1876-9 (W.H.F., J.L.S.D.) ; Ex. ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1877 ; 1st Lit. Hum. 
1879 ; B.A. 1881 ; M.A. 1885. 
Union and Brakenbury Socs. B.A. 
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Fellow 1 88 1, and Lecturer in 
Mod. Hist., Oriel Coll. ; Barrister, 
L.L, 1883 ; Prof, of History, 
University Coll., London, 1893- ; 
Curator of Indian Institute 1900- ; 
Delegate and Sec. to Delegates for 
Superintendinglnstruction of I.C.S. 
Candidates. Publications : Limits 
of Individual Liberty, 1885 ; Life 
of Sir Robert Peel, 1888 ; Edition 
of Bentham's Fragment on Govern- 
ment, 1891 ; Elements of English 
Constitutional History, 1894 ; 
Macaulay's Essays, 1903 ; chap- 
ters in Cambridge Modern History, 
vol. iii, 1904 ; The History of Eng- 
land from the A ccession of James I 
to the Restoration (vol. vii, Long- 
man's Political History of England), 
1907. Address : 177 Woodstock 
Road, Oxford. 

*Montefiore, Claude Joseph Golds- 
mid : b. 1858 ; s. of Nathaniel 
Montefiore, of London ; m. (i) 
Therese (d. 1889), d. of Lazar 
Schorstein. Issue : one son ; (2) 
Florence Fyfe Brereton, d. of R. 
J. Ward. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
1878-81 (F. de P., A.C.B.) ; ist 
Lit. Hum. 1881 ; B.A. 1882 ; 
M.A. 1885. Pres. of Anglo- Jewish 
Assoc. ; Hibbert Lecturer 1892. 
Publications : Origin and Growth 
of Religion as illustrated by the 
Religion of the Ancient Hebrews 
(Hibbert Lectures, 1892) ; The 
Bible for Home Reading ; Truth in 
Religion ; The Synoptic Gospels ; 
The Religious Teaching of Jesus 
(Jowett Lectures, 1910) ; Elements 
of Liberal Judaism ; St. Paul and 
Judaism. Clubs : Reform, Athe- 
naeum. Addresses : 8 Palace Green, 
Kensington, London, W. ; Cold- 
east, Southampton. 

Monteflore, Leonard Nathaniel 
Goldsmid : b. June 2 ,1889 ; s. of 
C. J. G. Montefiore, of Coldeast, 
Southampton. Educ. Clifton ; 
Balliol 1908-11 (A.L.S., F.F.U., 
H.W.C.D.) ; and Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1911. Union Soc. (Sec. 1910, 
Treas. 1911). Address: Coldeast, 
Southampton. 

Monteith, John Herbert Ignatius : 
b. July 23, 1885 ; s. of Joseph 



Monteith, of Carstairs. Educ, 
Stonyhurst; Balliol 1904-6 (A. L.S., 
H.W.C.D., J.W.R.) ; 3rd Math. 
Mods. 1906. Address : c/o Bul- 
lock Bros. & Co., Ltd., Rangoon, 
Burma. 

Montford, Rev. John Arthur Man- 
nering : b. May 30, 1872 ; s. of 
J. W. Montford, of Ludlow, Salop. 
Educ. Ludlow ; Balliol 1890-4 
(E.A., T.R ) ; Greaves Ex. ; B.A. 
1895 ; M.A. 1898. Annandale 
and Dervorguilla Socs. Ely Theol. 
Coll. 1895-6 ; ordained d. 1896, 
p. 1897 ; Curate of St. John the 
Evangelist, Taunton, 1896-1902 ; 
St. Albans Diocesan Mission Staff 
1902-10 ; Rector of Loughton 
1910-. Address : The Rectory, 
Loughton, Essex. 

Montgomerie, Alexander : b. Feb. 
27, 1879 ; s. of John Montgomerie, 
Merchant, of Glasgow ; m. Catha- 
rine, d. of William Rankin, of 
Lisbon. Educ. High School, and 
Univ., Glasgow ; Balliol 1902—3 
(W.M.). M.A., Glasgow ; I.C.S. ; 
Assist. Collector and Magistrate, 
Bombay, 1903-. Address : Ettrick 
Bank, Partick, Scotland. 

Montgomerie, Frederick Butler 
Molineux : b. Nov. 21, 1832 ; s. 
of F. M. Montgomerie, of Brighton ; 
m. Oct. 22, 1878, Isabella, d. of 
Hon. Colin Lindsay. Issue : five 
children. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1852-5 (B.J.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1853 ; 
Hertford and Craven Schs. 1854 ; 
4th Lit. Hum., 4th Law and Hist., 
and B.A., 1855 ; M.A. 1859. Bar- 
rister, I.T., 1863. Clubs : Conser- 
vative, St. Stephen's, Athenaeum. 
Address : i Cromwell Place, South 
Kensington, London, S.W. [Died 
Nov. II, 1913.] 

Montgomery, Henry : b. May i, 
1884 ; s. of J. J. Montgomery, of 
Belfast. Educ. Clifton (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1903-7 (A.W.P.C, H.W.C.D., 
A.D.L.) ; CI. Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 
1905 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1907 ; Rugby XV. Fotheringay 
Soc. I.C.S. ; probationary year at 
King's Coll., Cambridge ; Assist. 
Collector, Sind, 1908-. Address : 
Sind Club, Karachi, India. 



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Montgomery, William Hugh : b. 

Sept. 14, 1866 ; s. of Hon. William 
Montgomery, of Canterbury, N.Z. ; 
m. d. of James Allen, M.P. (N.Z.). 
Issue : two daughters. Educ. 
High School, Christchurch, N.Z. ; 
Balliol 1885-7 (A.V.D.) ; ist Jur., 
and B.A., 1888. Union and Bra- 
kenbury Socs. Barrister, LT., 

1890 ; member of N.Z. House of 
Representatives 1893-9 » sheep- 
farming 1891-. Club : Christ 
Church (N.Z.). Address : Little 
River, New Zealand. 

Monypemiy, William Flavelle : b. 
Aug. 7, 1866 ; s. of William Mony- 
penny, of Ballyworkan, Co. Ar- 
magh. Educ. Royal School, Dun- 
gannon ; Trinity Coll., Dublin ; Bal- 
liol 1889-90 (J.W.R., W.R.H.) ; 
Math. Ex. ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1890. 
Annandale Soc. Contributor to 
Spectator 1892-3 ; Assist. Editor 
of The Times 1894-9 ; Editor of 
Johannesburg Star 1899 and 1902- 
3 ; obtained Commission in Im- 
perial Light Horse, 1899, and 
served through Siege of Lady- 
smith ; Director of Civil Supplies, 
Johannesburg, 1 900-1 ; Director 
of The Times Publishing Co. 1908- 
12. Publication : Life of Benjamin 
Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, vol. i. 
Club: Athenaeum. Address: The 
Times Office, London, E.C. [Died 
Nov. 23, 1912.] 

Moodie, Alexander : b. Jan. i, 

1891 ; s. of John Moodie, of West 
Didsbury, Manchester. Educ. 
Manchester Gr. School ; Balliol 
1910- (A.W.P.C, C.B., N.S.T., 
H.M.W., A.J.T.,) ; Torpid. Ad- 
dress : 21 Clyde Road, West 
Didsbury, Manchester. 

Moore, Bertram Percy : b. May 30, 
1877 ; s. of John Moore, of Bir- 
mingham. Educ. St. Paul's School 
(Sch.); Balliol i896-i90o(F.de P., 
J.A.S.) ; Sch. ; Hertford and 
Craven Schs. 1897 ; ist CI. Mods., 
and Chancellor's Latin Verse Prize, 
1898 ; Ireland Sch. 1899 ; ist Lit. 
Hum. 1900 ; Derby Sch., and B.A., 
1901. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Inland Revenue Department 1900 ; 
Private Sec. to Chairman of Board 



1902-8 ; Committee Clerk 1908 ; 
Accountant and Comptroller-Gene- 
ral 191 1-. Club : Union. Address : 
75 Holland Road, Kensington, 
London, W. 

Moore, Cecil: b. Sept. 24, 1878; s. of 
Mr. Justice Lewis Moore, Judge of 
High Court, Madras. Educ. Chel- 
tenham (Sch.) ; Balliol 1897-1901 
(H. Williamson, A.W.P.C, E.A.) ; 
CI. Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 1899 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1901 ; B.A. 1902 ; 
Hockey XI ; Lawn Tennis Six 
(won Inter-Coll. Cup two years). 
Union, Arnold, and Brakenbury 
Socs. I.C.S., United Provinces ; 
Assist. Magistrate and Collector 
1902 ; Joint Magistrate and 
Collector 191 2- ; Lawn Tennis 
Open Singles Champion, Heme 
Bay, Rochester, Windlesham, 1912 ; 
Open Men's Doubles (Riviera 
Championship), Mentone, 1912. 
Club : East India United Service. 
Address : c/o Grindlay & Co., 54 
Parliament Street, London, S.W. 

Moore, Harry Christopher : b. Oct. 
28, 1872 ; s. of J. C. Moore, 
Portrait-painter; m. 1897, Es- 
meralda, d. of Maung Po. Educ. 
Bradfield (Sch.) ; Balliol 1890-4 
(F. de P., R.L.N., G.R.B.) ; Ex. ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1892 ; Hon. Mention 
Boden Sch. ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1894 ; 
B.A. 1895. Arnold Soc. I.C.S., 
Burma ; Assist. Commissioner 
1895 ; District Judge 1908 ; Divi- 
sional ditto 1912. Club : Pegu 
(Rangoon). Address : c/o A. 
Scott & Co., Rangoon, India. 

*Moore, Rev. Henry Kingsmill : b. 
Dec. II, 1853 ; s. of Rev. Thomas 
Moore, LL.D., Rector of Midleton 
and Precentor of Cloyne ; m. 1880, 
Constance, d. of John Turpin, of 
Youngrove, Co. Cork. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Midle- 
ton Coll. ; King Edward VI School, 
Bromsgrove; Balliol 1873-7 (E.A. , 
R.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1875 ; 
B.A. 1877 ; M.A. 1880 ; B.D. and 
D.D. 1898 ; Choragus and Hon. 
Organist of Balliol. Union Soc. 
Ordained d. 1879, p. 1880 ; Curate 
of Queenstown 1879 ; Fermoy 
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Cloyne, and Ross, 1881-4 > Princi- 
pal, Church of Ireland Training 
Coll., 1884- ; Canon of St. Patrick's 
National Cathedral 1913 ; Hon. 
Chapl. to the Lord Lieut, of Ireland ; 
Member of Standing, and Home 
Reimion Committees, of Board of 
Education, General Synod, and of 
Royal Irish Academy ; Governor 
of the King's Hospital, the Eras- 
mus Smith Board, and of the 
Incorporated Soc. ; Chairman of 
High School Committee, and of 
Islands and Coasts Soc. ; Hon. 
Sec, Sunday School Soc. for Ire- 
land ; member, on nomination of 
Archbp. of Canterbury, of Inner 
Committee of nine appointed at 
request of Lambeth Conference for 
the improvement and develop- 
ment of Sunday School Teach- 
ing; F.S.A. (Ireland). Publica- 
tions : Class Teaching for Sunday 
School Teachers ; Fundamental 
Principles of Education; An Un- 
written Chapter in the History 
of Education ; Lessons in Bible 
Teaching ; The Way to Teach the 
Bible ; The Training of Infants ; 
The Centenary Book of the Church 
of Ireland Training College ; Irish 
History for Young Readers ; con- 
tributions to Blackwood's and Mac- 
tnillan's Magazines, and to many 
other journals, magazines, &c. 
Recreations : Cycling, gardening, 
music. Addresses : Kildare Place, 
Dublin ; Cedar Mount, Dvmdrum, 
Co. Dublin. 

Moorhead, Gilbert Howe : b. Sept. 
II, 1876 ; s. of H. B, Moorhead, 
of Newry ; m. Jime, 1910, Eileen 
Alice, d. of Daniel O'Connell. 
Educ. Bedford Gr. School ; Balliol 
1895-9 (H. Williamson, J.A.S.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1897 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
and B.A., 1899 ; Torpid. Braken- 
bury Soc. Club: Union. Address : 
Prospect House, Omeath, Co. 
Louth. 

*Moi^an, Gwyn Vaughan : b. Aug. 
3, 1872 ; s. of S. V. Morgan, of 
London. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1893-5 (A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., 
and^A., 1895; M. A. 1900. Part- 
ner in Morgan Bros., Trade News- 



paper Proprietors; Lieut, of City 
of London. Recreation : Motoring, 
Clubs : Oxford and Cambridge 
Union, Reform, Royal Automobile, 
Ranelagh. Addresses : 37 Har- 
rington Gardens, London, S.W. ; 
Bookham Cottage, Great Book- 
ham, Surrey. 

Morgan, Jolm Hartman : b. March 
20, 1876 ; s. of Rev. David Morgan, 
of Tongwynlais, Cardiff. Educ. 
Caterham School (Sch.) ; Univer- 
sity Coll. of S. Wales (Sch.) ; 
London School of Economics ; 
Berlin Univ. ; Balliol 1897-1900 
(A. L.S.) ; Brakenbury Hist. Sch. ; 
Hon. Mention Lothian Prize 1899 ; 
2nd Mod. Hist. 1900 ; B.A. 1905. 
Union (Standing Committee) and 
Arnold (Vice-Pres.) Socs. M.A., 
London, 1896. On literary staff. 
Daily Chronicle, 1 901-3 ; Mitchell 
Research Student at London School 
of Economics, Student at Berlin 
Univ., Univ. Extension Lecturer, 
London, and Lecturer at Toynbee 
Hall, 1902-4 ; leader writer, 
Manchester Guardian, and con- 
tributor to Speaker, 1904-5 ; Prof, 
of Constitutional Law and Legal 
Hist., University Coll., London, 
1908- ; Examiner in Law, Lon- 
don Univ., and to Civil Service 
Commission ; contested (L.) Edg- 
baston, and W. Edinburgh, 19 10. 
Publications : Towards a Social 
Policy (in collaboration), 1905 ; 
The House of Lords and the Consti- 
tution (with introduction by Lord 
Lorebum), and The Place of a 
Second Chamber in the Constitution 
(with introduction by Lord Hal- 
dane), 1910 ; The New Irish Con- 
stitution, 1912 ; The Law Merchant 
(Selden Soc.) ; The Legal and 
Political Unity of the Empire, with 
introduction by Lord Haldane ; 
occasional contributor of legal and 
educational articles to The Times, 
and regular contributor to West- 
minster Gazette, Manchester Guar- 
dian, XlXth Century and After, 
Law Quarterly Review, &c. Re- 
creations : Walking, golf, riding, 
tennis. Clubs : Eighty, National 
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Buildings, Temple, London, E.G. ; 
Holly Terrace House, Hampstead, 
London, N.W. ; Priory Cottage, 
Wootton Bassett, Wilts. 
JAorgan, Penry Vaughan : b. Nov. 

11, 1875 ; s. of O. V. Morgan, 
M.P., of London ; m. Dec. 6, 1909, 
Evelyn Arden, d. of J. B. M. Camm. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1893-6 
(W.H.F., A.L.S.); Eight; Tor- 
pid. Annandale Soc. Publisher 
in London 1896- ; High Sheriff 
of Radnorshire 191 2-1 3. Clubs : 
Boodle's, United University, Royal 
Automobile. Addresses : 21 Carl- 
ton House Terrace, S.W. ; Putten- 
hara Priory, Guildford. 

Moriarty, Gerald Patrick : b. March 
I, 1863 ; s. of Stephen Moriarty, 
M.D., of Dieppe. Educ. Brighton 
Coll.; Balliol 1881-5 (W.H.F., 
A.L.S.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1883 ; 
ist Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1885. 
Arnold Prize 1886 ; M.A. 1896. 
Union Soc. Hon. M.A. , Cambridge, 
1897 ; engaged in private tuition 
in Oxford 1886-94 ; Univ. Teacher 
of Indian History, and Director of 
Civil Service Studies, Cambridge, 
1894—. Publications : Dean Swift 
and his Writings, 1893 ; The Paris 
Law Courts, 1894 ; More Kin 
than Kind, 1903 ; Griffith Cole- 
grove's Wife, 191 1. Club: Royal 
Societies. Address : i Mill Lai^e, 
Cambridge. 

Morison, Bruce Haultain : b. Nov. 

12, 1888 ; s. of C. B. Morison, of 
Wellington, N.Z. Educ. Wanga- 
vine Coll., N.Z. ; Balliol 1909-10 
(E.H.) ; won Half-mile in Univ. 
Freshmen's Sports. Address : 38 
Aurora Terrace, Wellington, New 
Zealand. 

*Morison, Cecil Graliam Traquair : 
b. July 12, 1881 ; s. of John 
Morison, of St. Albans ; m, Dec. 
20, 1910, Nora, d. of Capt. Wardell, 
R.M.L.I. Educ. Rugby; Balliol 
1899-1903 (J.C, H.B.H.) ; 2nd 
Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 1903 ; 
M.A. 1909. Demonstrator in 
Agric. Chem. 1909-14, Univ. Lec- 
turer in ditto 1914-, and Exam, 
in Rural Economy 1914, Oxford 
Univ. Publications : various scien- 



tific papers. Address : 17 Lath- 
bury Road, Oxford. 

Morison, Ronald WilUam : b. Aug. 
16, 1888 ; s. of F. W. Morison, of 
London. Educ. Beaumont Coll. ; 
Balliol 1907-8 (A.L.S., E.J. P.), 
Address : 78 Cadogan Place, 
London, S.W. 

Morison, Sir WilUam Thomson : 
b. Sept. 23, i860 ; s. of Patrick 
Morison, C.A., of Edinburgh ; 
m. 1897, Mabel Elise, d. of Lieut. - 
Col. J. M. Hunter, C.S.I. Educ. 
Fettes Coll. ; Balliol 1879-81 
(A.T.). I.C.S., Bombay ; Assist. 
Collector and Magistrate, Collector 
and Magistrate, Commissioner, &c., 
1881-7 and 1891-1912 ; served in 
Upper Burma 1887-90 ; Pres. of 
Indian Factory Labour Commis- 
sion 1908 ; C.S.I. 1909 ; member 
of Exec. Coimcil of Governor 
of Bombay 1910 ; retired, and 
K.C.S.I., 1912. Club : East India 
United Service. Address : c/o 
Grindlay & Co., 54 Parliament St., 
London, S.W. 

Morpeth, Viscount : see Carlisle, 
Earl of. 

♦Morrell, Philip Edward : b. June 4, 
1870; 5. of F. P. Morrell, M.A., 
Solicitor to the Univ. of Oxford ; 
tn. 1902, Lady Ottoline Cavendish- 
Bentinck, half-sister of 6th Duke 
of Portland. Issue : one daughter. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1889-93 (E.A.); 
B.A., 1893 ; M.A. 1898. Solicitor 
1897 ; retired from practice 1906 ; 
M.P. (L.) South Oxon, 1906-9 ; 
Burnley 1910-. Club : Savile. 
Address : 44 Bedford Square, 
London, W.C. 

Morrell, William John : b. April 6, 
1868 ; s. of William Morrell, of 
Tiverton ; tn. March 30, 1897, 
Agnes Mary, d. of J. H. Tucker, of 
Blackheatb. Issue : one son, 
three daughters. Educ. Blun- 
dell's (Down and Huish Leaving 
Exs.) ; Balliol 1885-90 (E.A., 
R.L.N., A.L.S.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. 
Mods. 1887 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1889 ; 
2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1890 ; 
M.A. 1896. Teaching since 1891 ; 
Sixth Form Tutor, Trent Coll., 
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and English, Auckland Gr. School, 
N.Z., 1897-1906 ; Rector of Otago 
Boys' High School, Dnnedin, 
1907- ; Member of Council, Univ. 
of Otago, 1 91 2-. Recreations : 
Walking, cycling, music. A ddress : 
Otago Boys' High School, Dunedin, 
New Zealand. 

Morris, Edgar Ford : h. May 20, 
1874 ; s. of Joseph Morris, of 
Manchester ; m. July 11, 1900, 
Henrietta S. A., d. of John Fraser. 
Educ. Rugby (Ex.) ; Balliol 1892- 
8 (J.C, D.H.N.) ; Brakenbury 
Sch. ; ist Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and 
B.A., 1895 ; M.A. 1899. Union 
and Arnold Socs. Chemist, with 
Roberts, Dale & Co., Manchester ; 
Chairman of Combrook Chemical 
Co. (successors to Roberts, Dale, & 
Co.) ; member of Chemical Soc, 
Soc. of Chemical Industry, and of 
Exec, of Chemical Trade Section 
of Manchester Chamber of Com- 
merce. Club : Oxford and Cam- 
bridge Musical. Address : Com- 
brook Chemical Co., Ltd., Stock- 
port. 

Morns, Francis John Albert : b. 
April 5, 1869 ; s. of Rev. A. J. T. 
Morris, of Bath. Educ. Dulwich 
Coll. ; Balliol 1888-92 (W.R.H., 
J.L.S.D.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1890 ; 
B.A. 1894. Arnold Soc. (original 
member). Master, High School, 
Smith's Falls, 1896-8 ; Upper 
Canada Coll., Toronto, 1889 ; 
Trinity Coll. School, Port Hope, 
Ontario, 1900-, Publications : Eng- 
lish Verse — Day-dreams, A Mas- 
ter Mind, Man's Past in Nature, 
1900-8 ; Address on Nature Study, 
1904 ; various articles on Ento- 
mology and Botany, &c. Address : 
Trinity College School, Port Hope, 
Ontario, Canada. 

Morrison, George Norman : b. July 
24, 1880; s. of Rev. David 
Morrison, of Edinburgh. Educ. 
Private ; Univ, of Glasgow ; 
Balliol 1899-1903 (A.W.P.C, 
J.L.S.D.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1901 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1903. 
Union and Arnold Socs. LL.B., 
Glasgow, 1907. Solicitor 191 2 ; 
partner in French & Morrison, 



Glasgow ; Sec. of Democratic 
Unionist Assoc. 1912- ; Procura- 
tor in Sheriff Courts of Lanarkshire 
and Stirlingshire. Addresses : 65 
Renfield St., Glasgow ; Belmont, 
Dunblane. 

■^Morrison, Walter : b. 1836 ; s. of 
James Morrison, of London. Educ. 
Eton; Balliol 1853-7; ist Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1857 ; M.A. 
1862. M.P. Plymouth 1861-74, 
Skipton Div. of Yorks. (L.U.) 1886- 
92 and 1 895-1900 ; contested City 
of London 1880. Publications : 
Some occasional papers. Club : 
United University. Addresses : 
77 Cromwell Road, London, S.W. ; 
Malham Tarn, Langcliffe, Settle. 

Morshead, Leonard Frederick : b. 
Sept. 5, 1868 ; s. of Frederick 
Morshead, of Winchester ; m. 
Dec. 18, 1893, Sybil Mary, d. of 
Archibald Hills. Issue : three 
sons. Educ. Winchester (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1887-9 (W.M.). Union and 
Arnold Socs. I.C.S., Bengal ; 
Assist. Magistrate and Collector 
1889 ; Joint Magistrate and 
Deputy Collector 1896 ; Magis- 
trate and Collector 1900 ; Col- 
lector of Customs, Calcutta, 1902 ; 
Imperial Customs Service 1906 ; 
Inspector-Gen. of Police, Bengal, 
1908 ; ditto, Bihar, 1912. Clubs : 
Bengal, Bengal United Service 
(Calcutta). Address : c/o Grind- 
lay & Co., 54 Parliament St., 
London, S.W. 

Mortimer, Cliarles Raymond Bell : 
b. April 25, 1895 ; s. of C. E. Mor- 
timer, of Redhill. Educ. Malvern ; 
Balliol 1913- (F.F.U., N.S.T.). 
Union and Arnold Socs. Address : 
Furze Hill Lodge, Redhill, Surrey. 

*Mortimer, George Frederick Lloyd 
Jones : b. Sept. 9, 1866 ; s. of 
Rev. M. L. J. Mortimer, Vicar of 
Norton, Stockton-on-Tees ; m. 
1893, Ella, d. of Sir Thomas 
Wrightson, ist Bart. Issue : 
three children. Educ. Birkenhead 
School; Balliol 1885-9 (W.H.F., 
E.A., J.L.S.D., R.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1887 ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1889 ; M.A. 1892 ; Cricket 
2nd XI (Capt. 1888). Union Soc. 



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(Lib. 1888-9, and Pres. 1889). 
Barrister, I.T., 1891 ; N.E. Cir- 
cuit ; Recorder of Rotherham 
1905-' Club : New University. 
Addresses : 17 Sloane Court, Lon- 
don, S.W. ; 4 Harcourt Buildings, 
Temple, London, E.C. 

Mortimer, Mansel Witherby : b. 
May 26, 1868 ; s. of Rev. M. L. J. 
Mortimer, Vicar of Norton, Stock- 
ton-on-Tees ; m. Feb. i, 1894, 
Eve, d. of Capt. C. Marillier. 
Issue: one daughter. Educ. Bir- 
kenhead School ; Balliol 1887- 
91 (F. de P., W.H.F., T.R.) ; 4th 
Jur. 1890 ; B.A. 1891 ; M.A. 1899 ; 
Rugby XV. Union and Annan- 
dale Socs. 4th Batt. Essex Regt. 
1889-99 ; Land Agent to Earl of 
Gainsborough 1894-7; ditto (Cul- 
ford Estate) toEarlCadogan 1899-. 
Clubs : Junior United Service, West 
Suffolk County. Address : Culford, 
Bury St. Edmimds, Suffolk. 

Morton, William Cuthbert : b. 
March i, 1875 ; s. of Rev. J. 
Morton, D.D., of Trinidad. Educ. 
Edinburgh Univ. ; Balliol 1897. 
Address : 27 Stratford St., Leeds. 

Moscardi , Alexander Francis George : 
b. Oct. 18, 1874; s. of L. D. Mos- 
cardi, of Bath ; m. Dec. 10, 1900, 
Laura, d. of A. H. Giles, Indian 
PoUce. Issue : two sons. Educ. 
Bath Coll. (Sch.) ; Balliol 1892-6 
(W.R.H., F. de P., J.A.S., E.A., 
J.L.S.D.) ; Sch. ; Hon. Mention 
Hertford Sch. 1892 ; ist CI. Mods. 
1894 ; Taylorian French Certifi- 
cate 1895 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1896. 
Arnold Soc. I.C.S., Madras ; 
Assist. Collector and Magistrate 
1897 ; Head ditto 1908 ; Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate 
1910- ; High Proficiency Prizes, 
Candarese 1904, Sanskrit 1907. 
Addresses : Madras Club, Madras, 
India ; c/o Grindlay & Co., 54 Par- 
liament St., London, S.W. 

Moscardi, William : b. i860 ; s. of 
L. D. Moscardi, of Bath. Educ. 
Somerset Coll., Bath ; Balliol 
1878-80. Sen. Modem Language 
Master, St. Andrew's Coll., Dublin. 
Address : St. Andrew's Coll., 
Dublin. 



Mosditchian, Harootune Nishan : 

b. May 21, 1861 ; s. of Nishan 
Mosditchian, of Caesarea, Asia 
Minor ; m. 1893, Dicranoohi, d. 
of Krikor Nakkashian, of Constan- 
tinople. Issue : one son. Educ. 
Nubar-Schnazarian and Roberts 
Colls., Constantinople ; Balliol 
1881-5 (J.L.S.D., A.L.S., R.G.T., 
W.M.) ; 4th Jur., and B.A., 1883. 
Union and Brakenbury Socs. 
Sec. to Legal Advisers of the Sub- 
lime Porte 1889-90 ; Principal of 
Armenian Central School, Galata, 
1890-6 ; member and ist Sec. of 
Armenian National Assejjably ; 
member of Armenian Central 
Council of Education, Constanti- 
nople, 1894-6 ; Councillor and 
Private Sec. to the Armenian 
Patriarch of Constantinople 1894- 
6 ; escaped to England during 
the Armenian massacres of 1896 ; 
joined staff of Credit Lyonnais, 
Moscow, 1897 ; engaged in petro- 
leima business in Moscow and Baku 
1899-1903 ; returned to England 
1903 ; Director of Petroleum Com- 
panies ; member of Armenian 
National Delegation appointed by 
His Holiness Kevork V, Catholicos 
of All Armenians, for obtaining 
from the European Powers the 
execution of the 6ist Article of the 
Treaty of Berlin. Address : 6 
Lloyd's Avenue, London, E.C. 

Moseley, William Henry : b. April 
I, 1833 ; s. of William Moseley, 
of Leyton, Stourbridge ; m. July 
25, 1876, Mary Alice, d. of W. 
Billyard. Issue : four children. 
Educ. Rugby ; Balliol 1852-6 ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1854 ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1856 ; Eight ; 
won Ladies' Challenge Plate, 
Henley, 1855. Joined 2nd Batt. 
60th King's Royal Rifles 1857 ; 
retired (Capt.) 1869 ; pastoral pur- 
suits in N.S.W. 1870-6 ; Solicitor 
of Supreme Court of N.S.W. 1889 ; 
retired. A ddress : Bovington, Shell 
Cove Road, Neutral Bay, Sydney, 
New South Wales. 

^Moulder, Rev. Thomas Jordan : 
b. 1847 ; s. of Cornelius Moulder, 
of St. Lawrence, Kent. Educ, 



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New-Inn-Hall 1886 ; Balliol 1892, 
7, 8, 9 ; B.A. and M.A. 1902. 
Ordained d. 1871, p. 1872 ; Curate 
of Weston Favell 1871-2 ; Vicar 
of St. Augustine's, Demerara, 
1872-82 ; Christ Church, George- 
town, 1882-90 ; Rector of St. 
Swithin's, Demerara, and Canon 
of Guiana, 1890-3 ; Exam. Chapl. 
to Bishop of Guiana 189 1-3; 
Licensed Preacher, Dio. of Oxford, 
1 892-1 904 ; Vicar of Swalcliffe 
1904-12. 

Moiing Kyaw : b. 1866; s. of 
Prince Strata Zan, of Mandalay. 
Educ. Doveton Coll., Calcutta ; 
Balliol 1884-5 (J.L.S.D.). Barris- 
ter, M.T., 1887. Address : 48 
Crispo Street, Rangoon, British 
Burma, India. 

Moimtmorres, Rev. and Rt. Hon. 
Viscount, 6th Viscount, William 
Geoffrey Bouchard de Mont- 
morency : b. Sept. 23, 1872 ; 
s. of 5th Viscount ; m. 1893, 
Bessie Louise Cameron, d. of 
S. T. Rowe, of Trecarrel. Issue : 
one daughter. Educ. Dunkerque ; 
Paris ; Radley (Sch. and Ex.) ; 
Balliol 1890-1 (J.C, J.A.S.) ; 
Williams Ex. ; Torpid ; Eight 
(Ladies' Plate, Henley) ; Morrison 
Fours. Dervorguilla and Annan- 
dale Socs. Travelled in America, 
West Indies, Egypt, Morocco, The 
Sahara, Asia Minor, West and 
Central Africa, Congo Free State, 
&c. ; member (Mile End) of 
London County Council, 1895- 
8 ; Metropolitan and Provincial 
Sec. of Primrose League 1895-6 ; 
Assist. Sec. Women's Memorial 
to Queen Victoria 1902 ; Director 
of Tropical Institute, Liverpool 
Univ., 1905-8 ; Hon. A.D.C. to 
Governor of Jamaica 1907, and 
received thanks of Jamaican 
Government for services in con- 
nexion with earthquake ; Soc. of 
Arts Silver Medal for contribu- 
tions to Ethnography 1905 ; 
Lagos Government Gold Medal 
for Agricultural Lectures 1906 ; 
late Lieut. R.N.V.R. ; F.L.S. ; 
F.R.G.S. ; ordained d. 1913 ; 
Cvurate of All Saints', Ryde, Isle 



of Wight, 1913-. Publications : 
Some Ignored Factors in Inter- 
national Economics, and The 
Races of the Unknown Heart of 
Africa, 1905 ; The Congo Indepen- 
dent State, 1906 ; Maize, Cocoa, 
and Rubber : Hints on their 
Production in West Africa; The 
Commercial Possibilities of West 
Africa, and Notes on the Jamaica 
Earthquake, 1907 ; various novels, 
and papers on tropical agricul- 
ture and commerce. Addresses : 
The Deanery, Athlone, Co. West- 
meath ; Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

*Mowat, Robert Balmain : b. Sept. 
26, 1883 ; 5. of Robert Mowat, 
Publisher, of Edinburgh ; m. Mary 
George, d. of C. S. Loch. Issue: 
two sons. Educ. George Wat- 
son's Coll. ; Merchiston Castle 
School ; Edinburgh Univ. ; Bal- 
liol 1902-6 (J.L.S.D., A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D.) ; Williams Ex. ; ist 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1905 ; ist 
Mod. Hist. 1906 ; Arnold Essay 
(bracketed equal) 1908 ; M.A. 
1909. Brakenbury Soc. Assist. 
Master, Eton, 1906-7 ; Fellow, 
Assist. Tutor, Lecturer in Mod. 
Hist., and Dean, Corpus Christi 
Coll., 1907- ; Lecturer at Jesus 
Coll. Publication : The Wars of 
the Roses, 1914. Address : i Grove 
Place, Oxford. 

*Mowbray, Sir Robert Gray Cornish, 
2nd Bart. : b. May 21, 1850 ; s. 
of Rt. Hon. Sir J. R. Mowbray, 
1st Bart., Burgess of Univ. of 
Oxford. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1868-72 (B.J., T.H.G.) ; and CI. 
Mods. 1870; 1st Lit. Hum. 1872; 
B.A., 1873; M.A. 1875. Union 
Soc. (Pres. 1873). Barrister, I.T., 
1876 ; Oxford Circuit ; Fellow 
1873-, Estates Bursar 1899-1910, 
All Souls ; Sec. to Royal Com- 
mission on Stock Exchange 
1876-7; M.P. (C.) Prestwich 
Div. of S.E. Lanes. 1886-95, 
Brixton Div. of Lambeth 1900-^ ; 
Parliamentary Private Sec. to 
Chancellor of Exchequer (Rt. Hon. 
G. J. Goschen) 1888-92 ; member 
of Public Accoimts Conunittee 
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Commissions, Opium 1893-5, In- 
dian Finance 1896-9 ; Chairman 
of Quarter Sessions, of County 
Council, J. P., and D.L., Berks. ; 
Director of University Life Assur- 
ance Soc. ; member of the Court 
of Worshipful Company of Gold- 
smiths, and of Councils of Uni- 
versity Coll., Reading, and Brad- 
field Coll. Clubs : Athenaeum, 
Carlton, Oxford and Cambridge. 
Addresses : Warennes Wood, Mor- 
timer, Berks. ; 90 Piccadilly, 
London, W. 

Moyse, Charles Stirling : b. Feb. 
23, 1884 ; s. of C. E. Moyse, of 
Montreal. Educ. Bath Coll. ; 
Balliol 1904-7 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.) ; 
2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1907 ; 
M.A. 191 1. Address : 802 Sher- 
brooke St., Montreal, Canada. 

Muir, Francis Robert : b. Sept. 27, 
1885 ; s. of J. W. Muir, I.C.S. 
Educ. Stella Matutina, Feldkirch, 
Austria ; Stonyhurst Coll. ; Bal- 
liol 1905-8 (J.W.R.) ; Math. Ex. ; 
ist Math. Mods. 1906 ; ist Math. 
1908 ; B.A. 1910. Dervorguilla 
Soc. Hoskins & Sons, Ltd., Manu- 
facturers, Birmingham, 1909, Sec. 
191 1, Works Manager, 191 3 ; T. de 
la Rue & Co., Ltd., Stationers, 
London, 1914-. Address : c/o T. 
de la Rue & Co., Ltd., Wholesale 
Stationers, no Bunhill Row, Lon- 
don, E.C. 

*Muir, John Ramsay Bryce : b. 
Sept. 30, 1872 ; s. of Rev. A. B. 
Muir, Presbyterian Minister. Educ. 
Private ; University Coll., Liver- 
pool ; Balliol 1894-8 {W.R.H., 
J.A.S.,A.L.S.) ; BrakenburySch. ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1895 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1897 ; ist Mod. Hist. 
1898 ; M.A. 1912. Arnold Soc. 
B.A., Victoria, 1893 ; M.A., Liver- 
pool, 1903. Assist. Lecturer in 
Hist., Owens Coll., Manchester, 
1899 ; ditto 1900, and Andrew 
Geddes Lecturer in Mod. Hist. 
1902-6, University Coll., Andrew 
Geddes Lecturer 1902-6, Prof, of 
Mod. Hist. 1906-13, and Dean 
of Faculty of Arts 1905-8, Univ. 
of Liverpool ; Sec. to Liverpool 
Univ. Extension Soc. 1900, Lec- 



turer to American ditto 1906 ; 
Exam, in Univs. of Durham 
1908-9, Birmingham 1909-10, and 
Oxford 191 i-i 3; Lecturer in Univ. 
of Punjab 19 13-14 ; Prof, of Mod. 
Hist, in the Univ. of Manchester 
1914-. Publications : Plea for a 
Liverpool University, 1901 ; His- 
tory of Municipal Government in 
Liverpool, and William Roscoe, 
1906 ; History of Liverpool, and 
The University of Liverpool : its 
present state, 1907 ; Peers and 
Democrats : two Problems of 
English Government, and School 
Atlas of Modern History, 1910 ; 
Students' A tlas of Modern History, 
1911. Clubs : University, Athe- 
naeum (Liverpool). Address: The 
University, Manchester. 
Muir, William : b. Oct. 16, 1849 ; 
s. of William Muir, of Glasgow. 
Educ. Seminary, and Queen's Coll., 
Belfast ; Glasgow Univ. ; Balliol 
1875-80 ; Snell Ex. ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1877 ; ist Jur. 1879 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum. 1880. Address : 82 
Buccleuch St., Glasgow. 
^Muirhead, John Henry : b. April 
28, 1855 ; s. of J. W, Muirhead, 
W.S., Glasgow ; m. July 29, 
1892, Mary Talbot, d. of Rev. 
G. I. Wallas. Educ: Glasgow 
Academy and Univ. ; Balliol 
1875-9 (A.G., E.A., J.L.S.D.); 
Snell Ex.; ist CI. Mods. 1877; 
Prox. Acces. for Gaisford Prize; 2nd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1879 ; Latin 
Essay 1881 ; M.A. 1887 ; Univ. 
Gymnasium Medal. Assist, to 
Prof, of Humanity 1879, M.A. 
1876, and LL.D. 1902, Glasgow 
Univ. ; Lecturer in Classics and 
Philosophy, Royal Holloway Coll., 
Egham, 1889 ; ditto in Philosophy, 
Bedford Coll., 1891 ; Prof, of 
Philosophy, Mason University 
Coll., 1897, and the Univ., 1900-, 
and M.A. 1901, Birmingham. 
Editor of Library of Philosophy, 
and Ethical Library ; member of 
Editorial Committee of Hibbert 
Journal. Publications : Selected 
Letters of Cicero ; Translation of 
Zeller's Aristotle and the Earlier 
Peripatetics ; Elements of Ethics ; 

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Chapters from Aristotle's Ethics ; 
Philosophy and Life ; The Service 
of the State, 1908 ; By what 
Authority the Principles in Com- 
mon and at Issue in the Reports 
of the Commission on the Poor 
Laws ?, 1909 ; and articles in 
various scientific and philosophical 
journals. Address : The Rowans, 
Balsall Common, near Coventry. 

Huirhead, Lionel Boulton Campbell 
Lockhut : b. 1845. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1864. Address : Haseley 
Court, Wallingford. 

Mulr-Mackenzle, Sir Kenneth Au- 
gustus : b. June 29, 1846 ; s. 
(4th) of Sir John Muir-Mackenzie, 
2nd Bart. ; m. 1874, Amy (d. 
1900), d. of William Graham, 
M.P. Issue : one son, three 
daughters. Educ. Charterhouse 
(Sch. and Leaving Ex.) ; Balliol 
1864-8 (B.J.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1866 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
i868 ; M.A. 1873 ; Cricket XL 
Barris*.er, L.L, 1873 ; Permanent 
Sec. to Lord Chancellor 1880- ; 
Clerk of the Crown in Chancery 
1884- ; Warden of Winchester 
Coll. since 1904 ; Governor of 
Charterhouse ; member of Stand- 
ing Committees for Revision of 
the Statute Law, and the Publica- 
tion of State Trials ; High BaiUfI 
of Westminster 1912- ; Q.C. 1886 ; 
C.B. 1893 ; K.C.B. 1898 ; G.C.B. 
191 1 ; J. P. ; member of Dilet- 
tanti Soc. Clubs : Oxford and 
Cambridge, Brooks's, Athenaeum ; 
Royal St. George's Golf (Sand- 
wich). Address : 39 Grosvenor 
Road, London, S.W. 

Mulholland, Hon. Alfred John : 
b. July 25, 1856 ; s. of ist Baron 
Dunleath; m. 1889, Mabel 
Charlotte, d. of Llewellyn Saun- 
derson, of Dromkeen, Co. Cavan. 
Issue : one son, one daughter. 
Educ. Eton; Balliol 1875-9; 
2nd Mod. Hist. 1879 ; B.A. 1881 ; 
Univ. 1877 (dead heat with Cam- 
bridge) and Coll. Eights ; Sec. 
O.U.B.C. 1878. Clubs : Bache- 
lors', Carlton ; Royal Yacht Squad- 
ron (Cowes). Address : Worling- 
ham Hall, Beccles. 



Mulholland, Hon. Henry Lyle : see 

Dunleath, Baron. 

Mulloy, Lome Winfred Redmond : 
b. April 14, 1876 ; s. of George 
Mulloy, of Winchester, Ont. Educ. 
Queen's Univ., Kingston, Ont. ; 
Balliol 1907-9 (A.L.S.). Address : 
Winchester, Ont., Canada. 

Munster, John Francis : b. Feb. 25, 
1894; s.of J. P. Munster, of London. 
Educ. Beaumont Coll.; Balliol 
1912- (F.F.U., N.S.T.) Address : 
43 Onslow Gardens, London, S.W. 

Murphy, Herbert: b. 1861 ; s. of Rev. 
J. P. Murphy, of Preston, Lanes. 
Educ. Uppingham ; Balliol 1880-4 
(A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1884. 

♦Murray, David Leslie : b. Feb. 5, 
1888 ; s. of Charles Murray, of 
Pinner, Middlesex. Educ. Har- 
row ; Balliol 1906-10 (A.L.S., 
E.J.P., J.A.S.) ; Brakenbury 
Sch. ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1910; John Locke Sch. in Mental 
Philosophy 1912 ; M.A. 1914. 
Address : 29 North Gate, Regent's 
Park, London, N.W. 

♦Murray, Harold James Ruthven : 
b. June 24, 1868 ; s. of Sir J. A. H. 
Murray, Kt. ; m. Jan. 4, 1897, 
Kate Maitland, d. of Rev. S. M. 
Crosthwaite, Head Master of Car- 
lisle Gr. School, Issue : two sons, 
one daughter. Educ. Mill Hill 

ijim. and Sen Sch., Governors' 
ix.)i Balliol 1887-91 (J.W.R., 
J.C.) ; Ex. ; 2nd Math. Mods. 
1888 ; ist Math., and B.A., 1890 ; 
M.A. 1893. Union, Brakenbury, 
and Arnold Socs. Assist. Master, 
Queen's Coll., Taunton, 1891-3 ; 
2nd ditto, Carlisle Gr. School, 
1893-6 ; Head ditto, Ormskirk 
Gr. School, 1896-1900 ; Jun. 
Inspector 1901, Inspector (Ele- 
mentary Branch) 1903, ditto 
(Secondary Branch) 1905-, Board 
of Education. Publications : A 
History of Chess, 1913; articles 
in British Chess Magazine and 
Deutsches Wochenschach. Recrea- 
tions : Golf, chess. A ddresses : 
58 Bateman Street, Cambridge ; 
Board of Education, Whitehall, 
London, S.W. 



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♦Murray, Sir James Augustus 
Henry : b. 1837 ; m. 1867, Ada 
Agnes, d. of George Ruthven, of 
KendaL Issue : six sons, five 
daughters. Educ. Cavers ; Minto ; 
Hawick ; Edinburgh ; Balliol 

1885 ; M.A. (Hon.) 1885 ; ditto 
(by Decree) 1896 ; Romanes 
Lecturer 1900 ; Assist. Master, 
Hawick Gr. School, 1855 ; Master, 
Hawick Academy, 1858 ; Mill 
Hill School 1870-85 ; Assist. 
Examiner in English, Univ. of 
London, 1875-9 ; one of the 
founders 1856, Sec. 1856-64, Pres. 
1906, Hawick Archaeological Soc. ; 
Pres. of Philological Soc. (London) 
1878-80, 82-4, 1907-9 ; undertook 
for Philological Soc. and Clarendon 
Press editing of New English 
Dictionary 1879- ; B. V. London ; 
Hon. LL.D., Edinburgh 1874, 
Glasgow 1901 ; D.C.L. Diurham, 

1886 ; Ph. D., Freiburg i. B. 1896 ; 
D.Litt., Wales 1902, Capetown 
1905 ; Litt.D., Dublin 1908, and 
Cambridge 1913 ; Knight Bachelor 
1908 ; Foundation Fellow of 
British Academy ; Hon. F.R.S., 
Edinburgh ; foreign member of 
Institute of France ; member of 
Imperial Academy of Sciences, 
Vienna, Royal Prussian Academy, 
Berlin, Royal Flemish Academy, 
American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences, American Philos. Soc, 
Netherlands Soc. of Arts, Science, 
and Lit., and Nederl. Maatschappij, 
Leiden. Publications : ' History 
and Language of Border Counties ' 
(Transactions of H.A.S.) ; various 
papers in Transactions of Philo- 
logical Soc. ; The Dialect of the 
Southern Counties of England, 
with Historical Introduction and 
Linguistical Map of Scotland, 
1873 ; The Complaynt of Scotland, 
1874 ; The Romance and Pro- 
phecies of Thomas of Erceldoune, 
1875, and other works edited for 
E.E.T.S., with historical intro- 
ductions ; article ' English Lan- 
guage ' in Encyclopaedia Brit- 
tanica ; New English Dictionary, 
vols, i, ii, A to C, 1888-93 ; vol. iii, 
D (with E by Henry Bradley), 



1897 ; vol. V, H to K, 1901 ; 
vol. vii, O and P ; vol. x, T to Z, 
in progress. Recreations : Gar- 
dening, cycling, mountaineering, 
philately. Address : 78 Banbury 
Road, Oxford. 

Miuray, Wilfrid George Ruthven : 
b. Oct. 20, 1871 ; s. of Sir J. A. H. 
Murray, Kt. ; m. 1899, Phoebe, 
d. of Sir John Woodhead, Mayor 
of Capetown. Issue : fom: chil- 
dren. Educ. Mill Hill ; Boys' 
High School, Oxford (Montefiore 
Ex.) ; Balliol 1890-4 (W.H.F., 
A.L.S.) ; Williams Ex. ; 2nd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1894 ; M.A. 
1897 ; Assoc. XI ; Tennis VI. 
Assist. Master, Mill Hill School, 
1895-7 ; Cape of Good Hope 
Civil Service 1897 ; Private Sec. 
to Coloniid Sec. 1 901-2 ; Census 
Sec. 1904-5 ; Chief Clerk in 
Colonial See's. Department 1902— 
8 ; Acting Assist. Under Colonial 
Sec. 1908 ; Assist. Registrar of 
Cape of Good Hope Univ. 1908- ; 
Sec. to Univ. Commission, 1914 ; 
J. P. Recreation : Tennis. Ad- 
dresses : University Buildings, and 
Denholm, Sea Point, Capetown, 
S. Africa. 

♦Myers, Rev. Charles : b. Dec. 17, 
1856 ; s. of Charles Myers, J. P., 
of Swanmore House, Bishop's Wal- 
tham. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1875-9 
(F. de P., W.H.F.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1877 ; 3rd Theol., and B.A., 1879 ; 
M.A. 1882. Union and Braken- 
bury (First Pres.) Socs. Cuddes- 
don Theol. Coll. 1880-1 ; ordained 
d. 1 88 1, p. 1882 ; Curate of Wan- 
tage 1 88 1-5 ; Principal of St. 
Stephen's House, Oxford, 1885-8 ; 
Vicar of Lyme Regis 1888-94 ; 
Rector of St. Martin's, Salisbury, 
1894- ; Chapl. to Bishop of 
Salisbury (Dr. Wordsworth) 1886- 
191 1 ; Hon. ditto (Dr. Ridgeway) 
1911-; Prebendary of Dumford 
in Salisbury Cathedral 1905-. 
Address : St. Martin's Rectory, 
Salisbury. 

♦Myers, Ernest James : b. Oct. 13, 
1844 ; s. of Rev. Frederic Myers, 
of Keswick ; m. Feb. i, 1883, 
Nora Margaret, d. of Rev. Canon 



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Lodge, Rector of Scrivelsby. 
Issue : two sons, three daughters. 
Educ. Cheltenham (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1863-7 (B.J., E.P., W.L.N.) ; 
Ex. ; ist CI. Mods. 1864 ; Gais- 
ford Verse Prize 1865 ; 2nd for 
Hertford Sch. ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
1866 ; B.A. 1867 ; M.A. 1871 ; 
Torpid ; Eight ; Coll. Racquet 
Prize. Union Soc. Fellow and 
Lecturer, Wadham, and Occa- 
sional Lecturer, Balliol, 1868-71 ; 
Barrister, I.T., 1874 ; formerly 
Lecturer, Hon. Sec, and member 
of Council, London Univ. Exten- 
sion Soc. ; member of Council of 
Hellenic Soc. from its foundation 
1880, Liberal Unionist Assoc, from 
1886, Administrative Committee 
of Charity Organization Soc. 
1887-90, Council of Soc. for 
Protection of Women and Chil- 
dren, from 1890, National Service, 
and Navy Leagues. Publications : 
prose version of Pindar, 1874 ; 
Poems, 1877 ; prose version of 
The Iliad (with A. Lang and 
W. Leaf), 1882 ; The Judgement of 
Prometheus, and other Poems, 
1886; Lord Althorp : a Bio- 
graphy, 1890 ; Gathered Poems, 
1904. Recreations : Swimming, 
rowing, riding, walking, racquets, 
lawn tennis, golf. Clubs : Athe- 
naeum. New University, Mary- 
lebone. Address : Brackenside, 
Chislehurst, Kent. 
Myers, Kenneth : b. July 21, 1887 ; 
s. of E. Myers, of Chislehurst. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1906-9 
(A.L.S., F.F.U., H.W.C.D.) ; 2nd 
Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1909 ; 
M.A. 1913 ; Torpid (2). France 



1909 ; Railway Survey in Sas- 
katchewan 1910 ; Reporter and 
Financial Editor of Daily Pro- 
vince, Vancouver ; editor, West- 
minster Daily News, New West- 
minster, 1912 ; Sec. of New West- 
minster Progressive Assoc. 191 3 ; 
Fellow of Royal Colonial Institute ; 
automobile business, Vancouver, 
1 91 4. Clubs : Public Schools ; 
Westminster (New Westminster , 
B.C.). Address : Brackenside, 
Chislehurst, Kent. 

Myers, RoUo Hugh : b. Jan. 23, 
1892 ; s. of E. Myers, of Chisle- 
hurst. Educ. Private ; Balliol 
1910-13 (C.B., N.S.T., R.G.) ; 
4th Lit. Hum. 1913 ; B.A. 1914. 
Sec. of Balliol Mus. Soc. 191 2 ; 
Royal Coll. of Music, London, 
191 3-14. Address: 37 Great Or- 
mond St., London, W.C. 

♦Myers, William Henry : b. Nov. 30, 
1854; s. of Charles Myers, J. P., of 
Swanmore House, Bishop's Wal- 
tham ; m. July 31, 1888, Frances 
Mary, d. of E. A. Prideaux Brune, 
of Bideford. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1873-7 ; ist CI. Mods. 1875 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1877 ; M.A. 
1880. Barrister, I.T., 1881 ; 
W. Circuit ; M.P. (C.) Winchester 
1892-1906 ; J. P. and D.L., Hants. 
Clubs : Oxford and Cambridge, 
Wellington. Address : Swanmore 
House, Bishop's Waltham, Hants. 

Mylne, Thomas Herbert : b. 1869 ; 
s. of Graham Mylne, of Longwood, 
Sydney, N.S.W. Educ. Sydney 
Gr. School ; Balliol 1887-91 
(W.R.H., A.L.S.). Address : c/o 
Mrs. Mylne, 52 Macleay St., Pott's 
Point, Sydney, New South Wales. 



N 



Namier, Lewis Bernstein : formerly 
Ludwik Bernstein ; b. June 27, 
1888; s. of Joseph Bernstein. 
Educ. Private ; Univ. of Lausanne ; 
London School of Economics ; 
Balliol 1908-12 (E.H., A.L.S., 
F.F.U.) ; ist Mod. Hist., and B.A., 
1911 ; joint holder Beit Prize 1913. 
Address : Balliol College, Oxford. 



"Nance, John Trengove : b. July 
21, 1877 ; s. of John Nance, Dis- 
trict Bank, Newcastle, Staffs. ; m. 
Aug. 2, 1905, Mary Eleanor, d. of 
Edward Whitley, M.P. Issue : 
four children. Educ. High School, 
Newcastle, Staffs. (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1895-9 (J.C.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; 
2nd Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 



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1898 ; Diploma in Education 1900 ; 
M.A. 1903. Union and Arnold 
(Pres.) Socs. Science Master, 
Bromsgrove School, 1900-7 ; Royal 
Naval Coll., Dartmouth, 1907-. 
Addresses : Royal Naval College, 
and Ford Hill, Dartmouth. 

Neave, Everard Reginald : b. July 
31, 1877 ; s. of Lieut.-Col. E. S. 
Neave, iSth Bengal Cavalry ; 
m. Oct. 25, 1910, Amy Charlotte 
Paterson Balfour Hay, d. of P. H. 
Paterson. Educ. Blundell's; Bal- 
liol 1896-1900 (W.H.F., E.A.); 
Blundell Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 1898 ; 
B.A. 1900. Union and Arnold Socs. 
I.C.S., United Prov. 1900 ; Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector, and 
Assist. Commissioner ; Assist. 
Judge 1910 ; joint Magistrate 
1912 ; Additional Judge 1914-. 
Club : East India United Services . 
Address : Carpow, Newburgh, Fife, 
Scotland. 

Neave, Sheffield Henry Morier : b. 
Oct. 13, 1853 ; s. of Sheffield 
Neave, Governor of the Bank 
of England ; m. Gertrude C, 
d. of J. T. Airey. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1872-6 ; and Nat. Sci. 
1876; B.A. 1877. M.R.C.P., 
M.R.C.S. ; late Physician, Queen's 
Hospital for Children ; retired ; 
ex-Master of Essex Stag Hounds ; 
Director of Companies. Publica- 
tions : Katanga Medical Commis- 
sion (report on expedition to Congo 
Free State to investigate Sleeping 
Sickness). Recreations : Hunting, 
shooting, fishing, polo, big-game in 
Africa. Clubs : New University, 
City. Address : Mill Green Park, 
Ingatestone, Essex. 

Nelson, Charles Gilbert : b. Sept. 
19, 1880 ; s. of Robert Nelson, of 
Girvan, Ayr ; m. Oct. 4, 1909, 
Agnes, d. of Daniel Whyte, of 
Jordanhill, Glasgow. Educ. Gir- 
van Burgh School ; Established 
Church Training Coll., and Univ., 
Glasgow; Balliol 1903-7 (A.W.P.C, 
F. de P., J.A.S.) ; Snell Ex. ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1905 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1907 ; M.A. 1910. 
Arnold Soc. Assist. Director of 
Exams, in Civil Service Commis- 



sion 1907-. Address: Civil Service 
Commission, Burlington Gardens, 
London, W. 

Nelson, William Henry : b. June 15, 
1880 ; s. of David Nelson, of Rose- 
well, Midlothian. Educ. George 
Watson's Coll., and Univ., Edin- 
burgh ; Balliol 1903-4 (W.M.). 
M.A. Edin. ; I.C.S., Bengal, 1905 ; 
Assist. Magistrate and Collector, 
and Assist. Settlement Officer ; 
Joint Magistrate and Deputy 
Collector 191 1. Club : United 
Services (Calcutta). Address : 
School House, Rosewell, Mid- 
lothian, Scotland. 

Neumann, Cecil John Gustavus : b. 
June 9, 1891 ; s. of Sigmund 
Neumann, of London. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1910-12 (H.W.C.D., 
N.S.T., F.F.U.). Address : 146 
Piccadilly, London, W. 

Neumann, Edgar David Maurice : 
b. April 15, 1875 ; s. of Ernest 
Neumann, of London. Educ. 
University Coll., London ; Balliol 
1894-7 (J.C, W.H.F.) ; 2nd Nat. 
Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 1897; 
M.A. 1901. Address : 7 and 8 
Idol Lane, London, E.C. 

Newbolt, Francis George : b. Nov. 
21, 1863 ; s. of Rev. H. F. Newbolt, 
Vicar of St. Mary's, Bilston ; m. 
Nov. 21, 1888, Alice Clara Franck, 
d. of Rev. Dr. J. F. Bright, Master 
of University Coll., Oxford. Issue : 
four daughters. Educ. Clifton ; 
Balliol 1883-7 (F. de P., H.B.D., 
J.C, R.L.N., J.W.R.) ; 3rd Nat. 
Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 1887 ; M.A. 
1900 ; Pres. of Univ. Junior 
Scientific and Chess Clubs ; 
Cricket XI (Capt.). Union and 
Brakenbury Socs. Barrister, I.T., 
1890 ; Gray's Inn and N.E. 
Circuit ; member of General 
Council of the Bar, Royal Soc. of 
Painter-Etchers, and Art Workers' 
Guild ; contested (L.) Chertsey 
Div. 1910 ; delivered 1,100 experi- 
mental lectures on Natural Science 
to girls under the London School 
Board ; exhibited etchings at Royal 
Academy, Stockholm, Dresden, 
Hamburg, &c. ; F.C.S. 1885 ; 
A.R.E. 1897; J.P., Devon. Publi- 



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cations : Sale of Goods Act, 1903; 
Clifton College Twenty-five Years 
Ago ; Biography of F. W. Galpin, 
of Balliol College ; ^ The Etchings of 
William Strang, A .R.A . ; The 
Etchings of Van Dyck ; Catalogue 
of Frank Brangwyn's Etchings ; 
Fish Tails and Some True Ones ; 
Rough Mischance ; Norwegian and 
other Fish Tales ; Summary Pro- 
cedure in the High Court. Recrea- 
tions : Etching, fishing, golf, chess. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, New Univer- 
sity, Eighty, Norwegian. Ad- 
dresses : 40 Kensington Park 
Gardens, London, W. ; 3 King's 
Bench Walk, Temple, London, 
E.G. ; Mattocks, Aylesbeare, 
Exeter. 
Newhall, Daniel Allerton : b. Dec. 3, 

1884 ; s. of D. S. Newhall, of 
Strafford, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. ; 
m. May 8, 191 1, Ellen B., d. of 
Lincoln Godfrey. Issue : one 
daughter. Educ. Haverford School, 
Pa., U.S.A. ; Balliol 1906 (A.L.S.); 
Four. Dervorguilla Soc. A.B., 
Harvard, 1906. Travelled in 
Canada and U.S.A. 1906-7 ; en- 
gaged in financial business (bonds) 
in Philadelphia 1907-8 ; entered 
employ of Berwind-White Coal 
Mining Co. in Pennsylvania and 
W. Virginia 1908 ; Supt. of the 
New River and Pocahontas Con- 
solidated Coal Co., Charleston, W. 
Virginia. Address : c/o New River 
and Pocahontas Consolidated Coal 
Co., Charleston, West Virginia, 
U.S.A. 
Newill, Arthur Cotton : b. Sept. 4, 
1858 ; s. of Henry Newill, British 
Resident at Travancore and Cochin, 
India ; m. Ella May, d. of John 
Wiseman. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Repton ; Blun- 
dell's School ; Balliol 1877-81 
(R.L.N.) ; Blundell Sch. Union 
Soc. Private Tutor 1882-4; Princi- 
pal of High School 1884-7, Supt. of 
Public Schools 1887-8, Proprietor 
and Head Master Newill Academy 
1892-1900, Institute Instructor 
to Public School Teachers, Edi- 
tor of State Educational Paper, 
and of Montana Churchman, 



received life diploma to teach in 
the public schools, Butte.Montana ; 
Principal of School of Good Shep- 
herd 1888-90, Head Master Mili- 
tary Academy 1890-2, Ogden, 
Utah ; Head Master Bishop Scott 
Academy, Portland, Oregon, 1900- 
4 ; ditto and Proprietor Newill 
Riverview Academy 1904-6 ; Pri- 
vate Tutor 1910— ; licensed Lay 
Reader in the Episcopal Church ; 
member of National, and Pres. of 
Local Assembly of Brotherhood of 
St. Andrew in State of Oregon. 
Address : 774 Hoyt St., Portland, 
Oregon, U.S.A. 

Newlands, Rt. Hon. Lord, 2nd 
Baron, James Henry Cecil Hozier: 
b. April 4, 1851 ; s. of 1st Lord 
Newlands ; m. 1880, Lady Mary 
Cecil, d. of 3rd Marquess of Exeter. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1870-3 (B.J , 
T.H.G.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1872 ; 
Univ. Shooting team (long range) 
V. Cambridge 1871-3. Union Soc. 
Hon. Fellow, Balliol, 1907; Stu- 
dent, I.T., 1871 ; Clerk (after com- 
petitive examination) in Foreign 
Office 1874-8 ; Diplomatic Sec. to 
Marquess of Salisbury's Special 
Embassy to conference at Con- 
stantinople 1876-7 ; Private Sec. 
to Marquess of Salisbury when Sec. 
of State for Foreign Affairs, 1878- 
80, and when Prime Minister, 
1885-6 ; M.P. (U.) S. Lanarkshire 
1886-1906 ; member of Territorial 
Force Advisory Council 1907-, 
Vice- Lieutenant 1906-, Pres. Terri- 
torial Force Assoc. 1907-, J. P., 
D.L., Lanarkshire ; Grand Master 
Mason of Scotland 1899-1903 ; 
Public Works Loan Commissioner 
1900- ; Founder of the Jowett 
Fellowships 1907, and of the 
Newlands Scholarships (for the 
purpose of improving the connexion 
between Glasgow University and 
Balliol College, Oxford) 1908 ; 
Brigadier of the King's Bodyguard 
for Scotland 1910- ; LL.D., Glas- 
gow, 1908 ; Hon. Fellow Edu- 
cational Institute of Scotland 
1909. Clubs : Athenaeum, Carlton, 
Bachelors', St. James's, Garrick, 
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bile. Addresses : Mauldslie Castle, 
Carluke, Lanarkshire ; 36 Grosve- 
nor Square, London, W. ; Bar- 
rowfield Lodge, Brighton. 

•Newman, Arthiir Philip Stilling- 
fleet : Nov. 16, 1868 ; s. of Philip 
Newman, Barrister- at-Law. Educ. 
Leamington Coll. ; Balliol 1888- 
92 (W.R.H., R.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1890; 3rd Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1892 ; M.A. 1909 ; Cricket 
XL Brakenbury Soc. Tutor at 
Kensington House, Woodstock, 
1892-5 ; Private Coach in Oxford 
1896 ; Assist. Master 1896-, and 
holding Captain's commission in 
O.T.C. (junior div.), Cheltenham 
Coll. Addresses : The Cottage, 
Exton, Topsham, Devon ; 2 Dove- 
dale Villas, Cheltenham. 

^Newman, William Lambert : b. 
Aug. 21, 1834 ; s. of E. L. New- 
man, Solicitor, Cheltenham. Educ. 
Berkeley Villa School, and the 
College (CI. Sch.), Cheltenham; 
Balliol 1851-5 (B.J., W.C.L., 
E.C.W., J.R., E.P., H.J.S.S.) ; 
Sch. ; 1st CI. Mods., and Hertford 
Sch., 1853 ; Ireland Sch. 1854 ; 
ist Lit. Hum. 1855 ; B.A. 1857 ; 
M.A. 1858; Hon. D.Litt. 1904. 
Union Soc. Fellow 1854-, Lec- 
turer in Modem and in Greek 
History 1858-9 and 1861-70, Bal- 
liol ; CI. Moderator 1862-3 > CI. 
Exam. 1866-7, Reader in Ancient 
History 1868-70, Oxford Univ. 
Barrister, L.I., 1867 ; member of 
Coimcil of Cheltenham Coll. 1862- 
71 ; Hon. D.Litt., Cambridge, 
1900. Publications : Essay in 
Questions for a Reformed Parlia- 
ment, 1867 ; Aristotle's Politics, 
vols, i and ii, 1887, vols, iii and iv, 
1902, &c. Recreation : Walking. 
Address : 1 Pittville Lawn, Chel- 
tenham. 

Newmarch, Francis Welles : b. 
Dec. 29, 1853 ; s. of Rev. C. F. 
Newmarch, Rector of Leverton. 
Educ. Private ; Balliol 1873 
(R.L.N., J.P., F. de P.) ; Corpus 
(Sch.) 1873-8 ; ist CI. Mods. 1874 ; 
ist Lit. Hum. 1876 ; B.A. 1877. 
Union Soc. India Office ; Jun. 
Clerk Military Department 1877- | 



1902 ; Assist. Financial Sec. 1902- 
11; Sec. Public Works Dept, 
1911; Financial Sec. 191 1- ; C.S.I. 
1 914. Recreations: Moimtaineer- 
ing, walking, whist, bridge. Clubs : 
Alpine, Constitutional. Address : 
India Office, Whitehall, London, 
S.W. 

•Newsholme, Henry Pratt : b. 
Aug. 27, 1885 ; s. of Rev. B. P. 
Newsholme, of Secunderabad, 
India. Educ. Brighton Gr. School ; 
Balliol 1903-7 (H.B.H.); Hon. 
Ex. ; ist Nat. Sci. (Physiol.), and 
B.A., 1907 ; M.B. and B.Ch. 1910 ; 
M.A. 191 1. Univ. Entrance Sch., 
and Resident House Physician, 
St. Thomas's Hospital, 1907-10 ; 
B.Sc. (ist Class Honours) 1907, 
and M.R.C.P., 1910, London; 
Assist. School Medical Officer, 
London County Council, 1911 ; 
Deputy Medical Officer of Health, 
and Resident Medical Officer, 
Borough Fever Hospital, Brighton, 
1911-12 ; Assist. Medical Officer 
of Health, Southend-on-Sea, 1912-. 
Address : 23 Finchley Road, West- 
cliff, Essex, 

♦Newton, Cecil Elsdale : b. May 26, 
1871 ; s. of Rev. J. Knight New- 
ton, Chapl. of H.M. Prison, Oxford ; 
m. Nov. 15, 1909, Hanna Carmen 
Reiter, D.Med., Berlin. Educ. 
St. Edward's School, Oxford ; 
Balliol 1889-93 (J.C.) ; Abbot Sch. 
1889 ; ist Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and 
B.A., 1893 ; M.A. 1903. Lecturer 
and Teacher, Northampton County 
Modem and Techniccil School 1896 
-8 ; Senior Tutor, St. Mark's Coll., 
Chelsea, 1 898-1 903 ; employed 
by Argentine Government to 
organize special types of Normal 
Schools 1903 ; Director de la 
Escuela Regional de San Luis 1903- 
9 ; Presidente del Consejo de Edu- 
caci6n de la Provincia de San Luis, 
y de la Comisidn Local (San 
Luis) de la Asociacidn Nacional 
del Profesorado, 1909 ; Director 
del Colegio Carlos Pellegrini (the 
first school on English puolic 
school lines (organization, not 
syllabus) to be established in S. 
America) 1909-. Clubs : Royal 



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Institution of Great Britain ; Club 
del Progreso (Buenos Aires). Ad- 
dress : Colegio Carlos Pellegrini, 
Pilar, F.C.P., Argentina. 

•Newton, Rev. Charles Farley : b. 
1861 ; s. of Charles Newton, of 
Croydon. Educ. Christ Chiurch 
1882 ; New-Inn-Hall 1884 ; Bal- 
liol 1887 ; B.A. 1889 ; M.A. 1892. 
Ely Theol. Coll. 1889 ; ordained 
d. 1890, p. 1892 ; Curate 1890-4, 
Vicar 1906-, Brentwood ; Curate 
of St. Michael and All Angels, 
Croydon, 1894-1906 ; Warden and 
Chapl. of St. Michael's Sisterhood, 
Hammersmith, 1900. Address : 
Brentwood Vicarage, Essex. 

Nichol, John Pringle : b. Jan. 6, 
1863 ; s- of John Nichol, Prof, of 
English Literature, Glasgow Univ. 
Educ. Clifton ; Glasgow Univ. ; 
Balliol 1883-6 (A.L.S.) ; Snell Ex.; 
Brakenbury Sch. ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 
1886 ; B.A. 1888. Address : 5 
Redcliffe Road, London, S.W. 

Nicholl, George Frederick : b. Nov. 
6, 1832 ; s. of J. A. Nicholl, of 
Tipton, Stafford ; m. 1855, Maria, 
d. of George Skeeles. Educ. 
Private ; Royal Gr. School, Dud- 
ley ; Ex. of St. John's Coll., Cam- 
bridge. Balliol, and M.A. by 
Decree, 1878 ; Hon. Fellow, Bal- 
liol, 1888 ; Lord Almoner's Pro- 
fessor and Reader in Arabic 1878, 
and Lecturer in Oriental Lan- 
guages, Oxford, 1880 ; Prof, of 
Sanskrit and Persian, King's Coll., 
London, 1879. Publications : A 
Grammar of the Samaritan Lan- 
guage, 1859 ; A Bengali Grammar, 
and An Assamese Grammar, 1855. 
Address : 74 Quilter Road, Felix- 
stowe. [Died July 24, 1913.] 

mehols, John Bowyer Buchanan : 
b. Nov. 13, 1859 ; s. of F. M. 
Nichols, of London ; m. 1892, 
Catharine Louisa, d. of Capt. E. B. 
Pusey, R.N. Issue : four children. 
Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 1879- 
83 (R.G.T., R.L.N., A.C.B., 
J.L.S.D., E.A.) ; 2nd. CI. Mods. 
1881; Newdigate Prize 1883; B.A. 
1884. Union Soc. Formerly art 
critic to Westminster Gazette ; 
engaged in painting and literary 



work. Publications : Words and 
Days ; Little Book of Sonnets ; 
joint author (with J. W. Mackail 
and H. C. Beeching) of two vols, of 
poems. Clubs : Athenaeum, Ox- 
ford and Cambridge, Burlington 
Fine Arts. Addresses : 7 Bryans- 
ton St., Portman Square, London, 
W. ; Lawford Hall, Manningtree, 
Essex. 

Nichols, Paul Randolph Shalders : 
b. Nov. 23, 1891 ; s. of John 
Nichols, of Torquay. Educ. Sher- 
borne ; Balliol 1909-13 (A. W.P.C, 
H.M.W., R.G.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1911 ; 4th Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1913. Union Soc. (Sec. and Treas. 
1913). Private Sec. to Bishop 
of Bombay 1913-14. Address: 
Cleave Court, Torquay. 

*Nichols, Percy : b. July 21, 1876; 
s. of Joseph Nichols, of Kenilworth ; 
m. June 28, 1905, Alice Kathleen, 
d. of Rev. J. G. Lane, Rector of 
Over Whitacre. Issue : one son, 
two daughters. Educ. Rivington 
Gr. School; Non-Coil. 1894; 
Balliol 1895-8 (A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 
2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1898 ; 
M.A. 1902 ; Cricket and Assoc. 
XI's. Arnold Soc. Solicitor (3rd 
CI. Honours) 1902 ; practising in 
Birmingham. Address : Oak- 
hurst, Dorridge, Warwickshire. 

Nichols, Philip Bouverie Bowyer : 
b. Sept. 7, 1894 ; s. of J. B. B. 
Nichols, of Manningtree, Essex. 
Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 1913- 
(F.F.U., E.H.). Address : Law- 
ford Hall, Manningtree, Essex. 

Nicholson, Edward Henry : 6. 1848; 
s. of W. N. Nicholson, M.P., of 
Newark ; m. 1876, Sarah, d. of 
Joseph Prior, of Shipton Manor, 
Oxon. Issue : two sons. Educ. 
Magnus School, Newark (Magnus 
Sch.) ; Balliol 1864-8 (J.R., E.P., 
B.J.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1866 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum. 1868 ; B.A. 1869 ; 
M.A. 1873 ; stroke of wiiming 
Univ. Eight and Four v. Harvard 
Univ. ; Univ. Fours ; Torpid ; 
Eight ; won Morrison Fours ; 
Pairs ; Sculls (dead heat with S. D. 
Darbishire). Union Soc. Manag- 
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Ltd., Engineers ; Member (Mili- 
tary) of County Territorial Force 
Assoc, County Council (N. Div. 
of Newark), Chairman County 
Coimcil Committee for Training 
of Teachers 1903-, and Southwell 
Diocesan ditto, and J. P., Notts. ; 
representative of Southwell Dio- 
cese on Consultative Committee 
of National Soc. ; Chairman 
Magnus School Governors, and 
Girls' High School, and Pres. of 
School of Science and Art, Newark ; 
commanded N.Midland Cyclist Bri- 
gade 1 89 1-6 ; 4th Notts County 
Batt. 1897-1901 ; Col. 8th Batt. 
Notts and Derby Regt.,T.F.; V.D. 
Address: London Road, Newark. 
Nicholson, George Gibb : 6. Sept. 20, 
1875 ; s. of Donald Nicholson, 
Manager of National Bank of Tas- 
mania ; m. Aug. 1905, Marguerite 
Marie, d. of Jacques Danuser. 
Issue : one son, one daughter. 
Educ. Private ; Launceston Train- 
ing Coll., Tasmania ; Sydney 
Univ. ; Balliol 1900-2 (A.L.S., 
E.J.) ; 2nd B.C.L., and B.C.L., 
1902. Union and Arnold Socs. 
Lithgow Sch. in Mod. Languages, 
various Prizes and medals for 
Philosophy and English, ist CI. 
Honours in English, French, 
German, Logic, and Mental Philo- 
sophy, B.A. 1899, Evening Lec- 
turer, 1903, Assist. Lecturer 1904- 
12, Assist. Prof. 1913-, Acting 
Prof. 1914, French and German, 
Exam, for Public (Sen. and Jun.) 
Exams., Sydney Univ. ; Exam, in 
Mod. Languages, Univ. of Tas- 
mania, 1904- ; acted as exam, to 
N.S.W. Civil Service, and for 
Teachers in Queensland ; Tutor 
and Lecturer in Philosophy, St. 
Andrew's Coll., 1904-5 ; travelled 
in India, Switzerland, France, 
England, Scotland, and Germany, 
1908 ; Pres. of Mod. Lang. Assoc, 
N.S.W., 1913-. Publications : A 
Practical Introduction to French 
Phonetics, 1908 ; joint author of 
Passages for Translation into 
French and German, 1914. Ad- 
dress : The University, Sydney, 
New South Wales. 



Nicholson, Walter Frederic : b. 

July 22, 1876 ; s. of P. E. Nichol- 
son, of London. Educ. St, Paul's 
School (Sch.) ; Balliol 1895-9 
(F. de P., J.A.S.) ; Sch. ; ist CI. 
Mods., and Gaisford Verse Prize, 
1897 ; Craven Sch. 1898 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1899. Arnold Soc. 
(Sec. and Pres.). Clerk in Secre- 
tary's Department, Admiralty, 
1899 ; Private Sec. to Admiral 
of the Fleet Lord Fisher, 1902-3 
and 1904-10 ; ditto. Sir A. K. 
Wilson, 1910 ; Principal Clerk 
1 9 II-. Address : 4 Paper Buildings, 
Temple, London, E.C. 

Nicolson, Edward Badenach : b. 
Dec. 4, 1867 ; s. of J. B. Nicolson, 
of Glenbervin, Kincardineshire. 
Educ. Fettes Coll. ; Balliol 1886- 
90 (A.L.S., F. de P., A.V.D.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1888 ; 2nd Jur., and 
B.A., 1890; Rugby XV (Capt.). 
Union and Dervorguilla Socs. 
Advocate ; J. P., Kincardineshire, 
1897. Clubs: Conservative; New 
(Edin.). Address : 12 Atholl Cres- 
cent, Edinburgh. [Died May 24, 
1912.] 

Nicolson, Harold George : b. Nov. 
21, 1886 ; s. of Rt. Hon. Sir A. 
Nicolson, nth Bart. Educ. Wel- 
lington Coll. ; Balliol 1904-7 
(C.B., A.L.S.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1906. 
Diplomatic Service 1909; Attache, 
Madrid, 1910 ; 3rd Sec, Constan- 
tinople, 1912. Club : St. James's. 
Addresses : 53 Cadogan Gardens, 
and Foreign Office, London, S.W. 

Niemeyer, Otto Ernst : b. Nov. 23, 
1883 ; s. of E. A. W. Niemeyer, 
Merchant, of Hanover and London ; 
m. Sept. 1, 1910, Sophie Charlotte 
Benedicte, d. of Landgerichtsrath 
Dr. Theodor Niemeyer, of Hil- 
desheim. Educ. St. Paul's School 
(Foundation Sch.) ; Balliol 1902-6 
(C.B., H.W.C.D.) ; Domus Ex. ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1904 ; Prox. Acces., 
Hertford 1904, Ireland and Craven 
1905, Schs. ; ist Lit. Hum., and 
B.A., 1906 ; Rugby XV ; Union 
and Arnold Socs. Clerk in 
H.M. Treasury 1906 ; Private Sec. 
to Financial Sec. to Treasury 
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H. M. Wood, 191 1, and C. F. G. 
Masterman, 191 2-1 3). Addresses : 
Treasury Chambers, Whitehall, 
and 30 The Terrace, Barnes, 
London, S.W. 

Nind, William Walker : 6. Sept. 26, 
1882 ; s. of Lieut. -Col. Nind, 
R.G.A. Educ. Blundell's (Founda- 
tion Sch.) ; Balliol 1 901-5 (F. de 
P., J.A.S.) ; BlundeU Sch. ; 3rd 
Math. Mods. 1902 ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1903 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1905 ; Rugby XV (Capt. and 
Sec). Union, Brakenbury (Pres.), 
and Arnold (Pres.) Socs. Indian 
Imperial Customs Service 1906- ; 
served in Rangoon, Chittagong, 
and Calcutta. Address : Custom 
House, Calcutta, India. 

♦Nisbet, Henry Kingscote : b. Sept. 
21, 1875 ; s. of Rev. Canon J. M. 
Nisbet, of London. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1894-8 (A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 
3rd Mod. Hist. 1898 ; B.A. 1899 ; 
M.A. 1910 ; Boat Club (Capt.). 
Dervorguilla and Annandale Socs. 
Formerly engaged in general offices 
of G.W. Railway Co. ; Barrister, 
I.T., 1904 ; Assist. Private Sec. to 
Chief Sec. for Ireland (Rt. Hon. G. 
Wyndham) 1903-4 ; Assist. Gen. 
Inspector, Local Government 
Board, 1908-. Address : 13 Eaton 
Terrace, London, S.W. 

Nixdorff, Charles Edward : 6. Jan. 
30, 1879 ; s. of C.E. Nixdorff, of St. 
Louis, U.S.A. £rfMC. Harvard Coll. ; 
Balliol 1900 (J.A.S.). A.B. 1900, 
LL.B. 1904, Harvard ; Lawyer. 
Club : Harvard. Address: Harvard 
Club, New York City, U.S.A. 

Nixon, Paul : b. May 23, 1882 ; 
s. of W. G. Nixon, of Boston, 
Mass., U.S.A. ; m. July 30, 1907, 
Dorothea Margaret, d. of William 
Thompson. Educ. Thayer Acad- 
emy, Braintree, Mass., and Wes- 
leyan Univ., Middleton, U.S.A. ; 
Balliol 1904-7 (A.W.P.C.) ; Rhodes 
Sch. Instructor in Classics, Prince- 
ton Univ., 1907-8 ; ditto, Latin 
and Greek, Dartmouth Coll., 1908- 
9 ; Assist. Prof, of Latin 1909-11, 
Prof. 191 1- Bowdoin Coll. ; 
Prof, of Latin, Univ. of Chicago, 
(Summer Quarter) 1912. Publica- 



tions : A Roman Wit ; contribu- 
tions to classical magazines, &c. 
Address : Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick, Maine, U.S.A. 

*Noble, Jolin Henry Brunei : b. May 
18, 1865 ; 5. of Sir A. Noble, Bart., 
K.C.B., of Ardmore, Co. Dum- 
barton ; m. July 15, 1902, Amie, 
d. of S. A. W. Waters, Inspector- 
General of Irish Constabulary, and 
widow of H. Grogan. Issue : three 
sons, two daughters. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1884-8 (W.H.F., A.L.S., 
R. Lodge, A.H.J.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 
1888 ; B.A. 1889 ; M.A. 1891 ; 
Univ, Racquets 1885, 7, 8. Barris- 
ter, I.T., 1895 ; with Armstrong, 
Whitworth & Co., 1895-. Recrea- 
tions : Shooting, fishing, tennis. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Oxford and 
Cambridge. Address : Sandhoe, 
Hexham, Northumberland. 

North, Roland Arthur Charles : 
b. Jan. 28, 1889 ; s. of J. W. North, 
A.R.A., of Washford, Taunton. 
Educ. Blundell's (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1907-11 (C.B., A.D.L.) ; Blundell 
Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 1909 ; 3rd Lit. 
Hum. 191 1 ; Cadet, Hong Kong 
Civil Service. Address : Washford, 
Taunton. 

Northampton, 6th Marques of, 
William Bingham Compton : b. 
Aug. 6, 1885 ; s. of 5th Marquess 
of Northampton. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1903-6 (A.L.S., F.F.U.) ; 
4th Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1906. 
Union, Annandale, and Dervor- 
guilla Socs. Royal Horse Guards 
1907 ; Lieut. 1908. Addresses : 
51 Lennox Gardens, London, S.W.; 
Compton Wynyates, Kineton ; 
Castle Ashby, Northampton. 

*Northcote, Geoffry Alexander Staf- 
ford : b. Feb. 9, 1881 ; s. of Hon. 
and Rev. A. F. Northcote, Vicar 
of St. Gregory's, Canterbiury ; 
m. 1910, Edith Juliet Mary, d. 
of Rev. J. W. Adams. Educ. 
Blimdell's ; Balliol 1899-1903 
(E.A., J.A.S.) ; Huish and Newte 
Ex. ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1901 ; 4th Lit. 
Hum,, and B.A., 1903 ; M.A. 
1 9 10. Arnold Soc. Colonial 
Service; Assist. Collector, E. Africa, 
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Medal, Kisii Patrol, 1905 ; Political 
Ofi&cer, Kisii Expeditionary Force 
1908, and Sleeping Sickness Com- 
mission, S. Kavirondo, 1908-9 ; 
District Commissioner 1909. Pub- 
lication : ' The Nilotic Kavirondo ' 
{Anthropological Journal, 1906). 
Club : Windham. Address : The 
Club, Mombasa, British East 
Africa. 

Northcote, Hugh Hamilton Stafford : 
b. Dec. 10, 1887 ; s. of Hon. H. O. 
Northcote, of London. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1905-9 (H.W.C.D.) ; 
3rd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1909. 
Address : Fritham House, Frit- 
ham, Hants. 

Northcote, Walter Stafford : see 
Iddesleigh, Earl of. 

Norton, James Eliot : b. Oct. 20, 
1894 ; s. of W. Norton, of East- 
bourne. Educ. Wellington ; Balliol 
1912- (C.B.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1914. 
Address : Engedi, Eastbourne. 

Nott, Gilbert Harwood : b. Oct. 10, 
1867; s. of William Nott, of 
Redland, Bristol. Educ. Probus 
School, Cornwall; Balliol 1887-9 
(J.W.R., W.H.F.) ; 3rd Math., 
and B.A., 1889. B.Sc, London, 
1903; Master, Preparatory School, 
1889-92 ; (Math, and Sci.) Salis- 



bury School 1892-1903; (Sci.) 
Lancaster Gr. School 1904 ; Joint 
Principal of Modem School, Salis- 
bury. Address : The Modern 
School, Salisbury. 

Noyes, John Haighton : b. 1832 ; 
s. of H. C. Noyes, of Hythe, South- 
ampton. Educ. Blundell's; Bal- 
liol 1849-51 ; Blundell Sch. 

Nogee, Rev. Canon Francis Edward : 
b. June 9, 1855 ; s. of Rev. Andrew 
Nugee, Rector of Wymering and 
Widley, Hants. ; m. Oct. 13, 1887, 
Edith Isabel, d. of Rev. G. Alston, 
Rector of Studland, Dorset. Issue : 
three sons, two daughters. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1874-8 (E.A.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1876 ; 3rd Mod. 
Hist. 1878 ; B.A. 1879 ; M.A. 
1882. Union Soc. Cuddesdon 
Theol. Coll. 1878-9 ; ordained d. 
1879, p. 1880 ; Curate of Roath 
1879-87 ; Vicar of Sneinton 1888- 
95, Rector of Shelton 1895-98, 
Vicar of Croxton-Kerrial 1898- 
1903 ; Rector of Muston 1903-13 ; 
Rural Dean of Framland I., Dio. 
Peterborough, 1906-13 ; Vicar of 
St. Martin's, Leicester, and Hon. 
Canon of Peterborough, 191 3-. 
Address : St. Martin's Vicarage, 
Leicester. 



Obbard, Robert : b. 1852 ; s. of 
H. S. Obbard, of Lucknow. Educ. 
Cheltenham Coll. ; Balliol 1871-3 ; 
Ex. ; B.A. 1886. I.C.S. ; Assist. 
Commissioner, Central Provinces, 
1873 ; Famine Duty, Madras, 
1877-8; Special Assist. Commis- 
sioner, Berar, 1877 ; Deputy ditto 
1890; Civil and Sessions Judge 
1891 ; Judicial Commissioner 
1895 ; retired 1900. Barrister, 
I.T., 1901. Address : Foswell, 
Simla, £., India. 

O'Beime, Hugh James : b. Sept. 

7, 1866 ; s. of Hugh O'Beime, of 
Dublin. Educ. Beaumont Coll. ; 
Balliol 1884-7 (W.M.) ; 2nd Or. 
Stud. 1887. Attach^ at St. 
Petersburg, 1892 ; 2nd Sec, Wash- 
ington, 1895-8 ; Sec. British 



Embassy, Paris, 1900-6 ; C.B. 
1905 ; Councillor, St. Petersburg 
Embassy, 1906 ; C.V.O. 1908 ; 
Minister Plenipotentiary 1913—; 
J.P. ; D.L. Club : St. James's. 
Addresses : British Embassy, St. 
Petersburg ; Drumsna, Co. Lei- 
trim. 
O'Brien, Peter Henry : b. Oct. 28, 
1862 ; s. of Patrick O'Brien, 
Indian Public Works Dept. ; m. 
1895, Mabel Ethelreda, d. of Rev. 
George Bigge. Issue : two chil- 
dren. Educ. Malvern (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1880-2 (A.T.). Carlyle Soc. 
I.C.S., Bengal ; Assist. Magistrate 
and Collector 1882 ; Joint Magis- 
trate and Deputy Collector 1891 ; 
Deputy Commissioner, Assam, 
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1898 ; retired 1907. Clubs : East 
India United Service; Hanger 
Hill Golf. Address : 50 Eaton 
Rise, Ealing, London, W. 

*Odgers, Walter Blake : b. Dec. 14, 
1880 ; s. of W. Blake Odgers, K.C., 
LL.D. Educ. Sedbergh; Bal- 
liol 1900-3 (A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1904 ; M.A. 1907 ; 
Univ., 1901-3, and Coll. Rugby 
XV's ; won Coll. Mile 1902 ; 
Union, Brakenbury, and Arnold 
Socs. Barrister (2nd Class Honours 
in Final Exam.), M.T., 1906 ; 
Western Circuit ; Hants, Ports- 
mouth, Southampton, Bourne- 
mouth, Poole, Bristol, and Bath 
Sessions ; Central Criminal Court 
and N. London Sessions ; mem- 
ber of Richmond (formerly Treas.), 
and Middlesex (Capt. 1907-9) 
Rugby Football Clubs.1 Pub- 
lications : joint author of Odgers 
on The Common Law ; joint 
editor of Odgers on Libel and 
Slander, 5th ed. Recreations : 
Lawn tennis, golf. Clubs : Public 
Schools, Woodside (Finchley). 
Addresses : The Garth, North 
Finchley, London, N. ; 3 Elm 
Court, Temple, London, E.C. 

O'Dwyer, Sir Michael Francis : 
b. April 28, 1864 ; s. of John 
O'Dwyer, of Barronstoun, Tipper- 
ary ; m. 1896, Una, d. of Augarde 
Bord. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. St. Stanislaus 
Coll., Tullamore; Balliol 1882-5 
(A.T., W.H.F.) ; ist Jur., and 
B.A. 1885 ; Torpid. I.C.S., Pun- 
jab ; Assist, and Deputy Com- 
missioner, and Settlement Officer 
1885-95 ; travelled in Russia, and 
lectured on ' The Russian System 
of administration in C. Asia ' 
before Royal Soc. of Arts, for 
which a silver medal was con- 
ferred, 1895-6 ; Settlement Com- 
missioner, Rajputana, 1897-1901 ; 
Revenue ditto, N.W. Frontier 
Prov., 1901-8 ; C.S.I. 1908 ; Resi- 
dent .Hyderabad, 1908-9 ; Agent 
to Governor-General in Central 
India 1910-11 ; Lieut. -Governor, 
Punjab ,and K.C.S.I., 1913- Pub- 
lications : Various Settlement Re- 



ports. Clubs : East India United 
Service; United Services (Simla). 
Address : Government House, 
Lahore, Punjab, India. 
Ogilvie, Edward Douglas : b. Feb. 

6, 1891 ; s. of W. F. Ogilvie, of 
Glen Innes, N.S.W. Educ. The 
Armidale School, N.S.W. ; Balliol 
1910- (A.L.S., N.S.T.) ; Eight ; 
Shooting Eight (Victoria Cup). 
Union, Arnold, and Brakenbury 
Socs. Address : Ilparran, Glen 
Innes, New South Wales. 

Ogilvie, Frederick Wolff : b. Feb, 

7, 1893 ; s. of W. M. Ogilvie, of 
Harrow Weald. Educ. Clifton ; 
Balliol 191 1- (C.B., A.W.P.C, 
R.G.) ; ist CI. Mods. 1913 ; 
Brakenbury Soc. Address : The 
Glade, Harrow Weald, Middlesex. 

Ogilvie, Maxwell : b. Sept. 2, 1891 ; 

s. of George Ogilvie, of Westlands, 

Broughty Ferry. Educ. Repton ; 

Balliol 1909-12 (A.W.P.C.A.L.S.) ; 

4th Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1912. 

Address : Scots College, Rome. 

Italy. 
Ogilvie, William Frederick : b. 

Feb. 6, 1862 ; s. of E. D. Ogilvie, of 
Yulgilbar, Clarence River, N.S.W. ; 
m. 1888, Ethel Maude, d. of Lieut. 
Graham Mylne. Issue : two sons, 
four daughters. Educ. St, Co- 
lumba's Coll., Rathfarnham ; Bal- 
liol 1885-8 (A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1888 ; Univ. Trial 
Eights 1887 ; won pairs and 
sculls twice. Union and Dervor- 
guilla Socs. Recreation : Polo. 
Address : Ilparran, Glen Innes, 
New South Wales. 

Okell, George : b. July 27, 1874 ; 
s. of George Okell, of Barrow, 
Cheshire. Educ. Rugby (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1893-6 (T.R.) ; 2nd Jur., 
and B.A., 1896. Arnold Soc. 
Solicitor 1899 ; practising at Ross. 
Address : Ross, Herefordshire. 

Oldaker, Francis Allcock : b. June 
2, 1871 ; s. of F. A. Oldaker, of 
Epsom ; m. Aug. 9, 1898, Annie 
Marguerite Ardington. Issue : one 
son, two daughters. Educ. Ep- 
som Coll. (Sch.) ; Balliol 1890-4 
(W.R.H., R.L.N., G.R.B., J.A.S.); 
3rd CI, Mods. 1892 ; 4th Lit. Hum., 



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and B.A., 1894 ; M.A. 1897 ; 
Cricket XI. Assist. Master Park 
House, Southborough, 1894-8 ; 
started private school at Dorking, 
1898 ; transferred to Haslemere, 
1905- > Fellow of Entomological 
Soc. of London 1910. Publica- 
tions : Articles on Entomology in 
Entomologist, Boy's Own Paper, 
The Captain, etc. Address : The 
Red House, Haslemere, Surrey. 

Oldham, Charles Evelyn Arbuthnot 
William : b. Sept. 15, 1869 ; s. of 
C. M. Oldham, Supt., Geological 
Survey of India. Educ. Galway 
Gr. School ; Private ; Balliol 
1888-90 (W.M.). I.C.S., Bengal ; 
Assist. Magistrate and Collector, 
and Officiating Magistrate and Col- 
lector, 1890-5 ; Under-Sec. to 
Government in Judicial, Political, 
and Appointment Depts., ditto, 
and afterwards Acting Sec, 
Financial and Municipal Depts., 
1895-8 ; Magistrate and Collector 
1 898-1 905 ; Kaisar-i-Hind Medal, 
ist Class, 1902 ; selected to organ- 
ize a separate Dept. of Agricul- 
ture for Bengal 1905 ; Director 
of Agric. 1906-7 ; Sec. to Govern- 
ment in Financial and Municipal 
Depts. 1907-9 ; member of Legis- 
lative Council of Lieutenant- 
Governor of Bengal 1907-12, and 
of Bihar and Orissa 1912- ; Com- 
missioner of Excise and Salt 1910- 
12 ; Divisional Commissioner 191 2. 
Publication : M anual of Arboricul- 
ture for Bengal, igoj. Recreations: 
Cricket, tennis, racquets, golf. 
Club: United Service (Bengal). 
Address : Bankipore, Bihar, India. 

Olivier, Rev. Henry Arnold : b. 
Feb. 18, 1826 ; s. of Lieut. -Col. 
H. S. Olivier, of Devonport; m. 
1850, Anne Elizabeth, d. of Joseph 
Arnold, M.D. Educ. Sherborne; 
Rugby; Balliol 1845-8 (E.C.W., 
B.J., W.C.L.) ; B.A. 1849 ; M.A. 
1854. Ordained d. 1849, p. 1851 ; 
Curate of Worton 1849-50 ; St. 
Stephen's, Brighton, 1854-7 ; 
Ryde 1857-8 ; All Saints, Col- 
chester, 1858-61 ; Ham 1866-7 ; 
(in charge) Frensham 1867-70 ; 
Rector of Crowhurst 1861-4 ; 



Havant, and Rural Dean, 1870-4 ; 
Poulshot 1874-83 ; Chapl. Holy 
Trinity, Nice, 1884-6; Alassio, 
Italy, 1888-91. Publication: Jesus 
Made Known through the Church 
(Verse). Address : Shapley Hill, 
Winchfield. [Died Dec. 14, 1912.] 

♦Ollivant, Joseph Earle : b. June 
II, 1839 ; s. of Rt. Rev. Alfred 
Ollivant, Bishop of Llandaff ; m. 
Dec. 7, 1905, Helena Bridget, d. 
of T. B. Bosvile, of Ravenfield 
Park, Yorks. Educ. Rugby; 
Balliol 1858-62 (J.R., E.C.W., 
H. Wall, E.P., H.J.S.S., W.L.N.) ; 
2nd Law and Hist., and B.A., 
1862 ; M.A. 1865. Union Soc. 
Studied abroad 1862-4 ; Fellow of 
Radley Coll. 1864-5 ; Master, 
Marlborough Coll. 1866-7 ; tra- 
velled round world 1868 and 74 ; 
engaged in tuition and in writing, 
1867-79; Barrister, I.T. 1873; 
Chancellor, Diocese of Llandaff 
1877-1908, ditto, St. Davids, 
1 891-1908 ; S. Wales Circuit 
1878 ; original member of House 
of Laymen, Province of Canter- 
bury, 1886-1900 ; incorporated 
member of St. David's Coll., 
Lampeter, 1892 ; member of 
Committee of Incorporated Church 
Building Soc. 1 893- Publications: 
The Court of Mexico, 1868 ; A 
Breeze from the Great Salt Lake, 
1871 ; Hine Moa, 1879. Clubs : 
Athenaeum, Oxford and Cam- 
bridge. Address : Athenaeum 
Club, Pall Mall, London, S.W. 

^Omond, Thomas Stewart : b. 
April 27, 1846 ; s. of Robert 
Omond, M.D., Edinburgh ; w. 
July 25, 1878, Christian Katharine, 
d. of Rev. Lewis Irving, of Falkirk. 
Educ. Edinburgh Academy and 
Univ. ; Balliol 1868-72 (B.J., 
E.C.W.) ; Warner Ex. ; Stanhope 
Prize 1870 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., Eng- 
lish Essay, and B.A., 1872 ; M.A. 
1874 ; Morrison Fours ; won Coll. 
100 yards, and Quarter Mile; 
Union Soc. Fellow 1872, Bursar 
1877-89, St. John's Coll. ; Barris- 
ter, I.T., 1874 ; engaged in literary 
work. Publications : Periods of 
European Literature (i vol.) ; and 



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several treatises about English 
metre. Club : National Liberal. 
Address : 14 Calverley Park, Tun- 
bridge Wells. 

O'Neill, Stanley Leslie : b. April i, 
1893 ; s. of James O'Neill, of 
Wadsley Bridge, Sheffield. Educ. 
City of London School ; Balliol 
1912- (A.W.P.C, R.G.) ; repre- 
sented Univ. V. Cambridge (half- 
mile) 1914 ; Torpid ; Eight (2). 
Union Soc. Address : Lockwood 
Place, Wadsley Bridge, Sheffield. 

Oppenheim, Ernest Ferdinand : b. 
July 3, 1875 ; s. of S. Oppenheim, 
J. P., of Didsbury, Lanes. Educ. 
Rugby (Sch.) ; Balliol 1894-9 
(A.L.S.) ; Williams Ex. ; and Mod. 
Hist., and B.A., 1897 ; Rugby XV. 
Barrister, I.T., 1899; I.C.S., 
United Provinces, 1899 ; Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector ; Joint 
Magistrate 1908. Recreations : 
Shooting, polo, pig-sticking. Ad- 
dress : East India United Service 
Club, 16 St. James's Square, Lon- 
don, S.W. 

Oppenheim, Rudolph : b. Feb. 22, 
1871 ; s. of Benolt Oppenheim, of 
Berlin ; m. March 17, 1896, 
Marguerite, d. of S. T. Everett, of 
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. Issue : 
two daughters. Educ. Wilhelm's 
Gymnasiiun, Berlin ; Balliol 1890 
(A.L.S., J.L.S.D.). Studied law at 
Univs, of Heidelberg and Berlin ; 
Referendar in Law Courts, Berlin 
and Nauen ; passed final Law 
Exam. 1899 ; Lieut, of Reserves, 
6th Uhlan Regt. in Hanau ; As- 
sessor in Law Courts, Coepenick, 
Charlottenburg, and Berlin ; left 
Civil Service and became legal ad- 
viser of the Actien-Gesellschaft 
fiir Anilin-Fabrikation in Berlin, 
1906, and Director 1914. Recrea- 
tions : Rowing, shooting, riding. 
Address : Beudler-Str. 20, Berlin, 
W. 10, Germany. 

*Oppenheimer, Sir Francis : b. Dec. 
17, 1870 ; s. of Sir Charles Oppen- 
heimer, Kt., of Frankfort. Educ. 
Lyc6e, Frankfort ; Balliol 1890-4 
(T.R.) ; and Jur., and B.A., 1893 ; 
M.A. 1898. Barrister, M.T., 1895 ; 
studied painting in Paris for four 



years ; Consul-General for Frank- 
fort, Hesse, and Hesse-Nassau, 
1900-12 ; attended White Slave 
Traffic Congress 1902, and British 
Delegate to Intemat. Life-Saving 
Congress 1908, Frankfort ; Knight 
Bachelor 1907 ; appointed Com- 
mercial Attach^ to Embassy at 
Berlin, and Legations at The 
Hague, Copenhagen, Christiania, 
and Stockholm, with personal 
rank of Acting Councillor of Em- 
bassy in the Diplomatic Service, 
1912. Recreations : Painting, de- 
signing, art collecting. Club : 
St. James's. Addresses : 8 Bocken- 
heimer Landstrasse, Frankfort- 
on-M., Germany ; Foreign Office, 
London, S.W.. 

*Ord, Richard : b. Oct. 16, 1849 ; 
s. of Mark Ord, of Sedgefield, Co. 
Durham ; m. 1882, May, d. of 
James Homsby, J. P., D.L., of 
Laxton Park, Stamford. Issue : 
two daughters, Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1868-72 (E.C.W., T.H.G.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1870 ; 2nd Law and 
Hist. 1872 ; B.A. and M.A. 1876 ; 
Won Univ. three-mile walk 1872 ; 
various prizes in Coll. sports. 
Barrister, I.T., 1874 ; Master of 
S. Durham Hounds 1882-5 ; Alder- 
man of County Coimcil, and J. P., 
Durham ; Handicapper of Race- 
horses, appointed by Jockey Club 
and National Himt. Publications : 
The Foxhunters' Vade Mecutn 
(published annually) ; Reminis- 
cences of a First Whipper-in ; 
Sedgefield Country in the 70's and 
8o's ; The Lay of the South Dur- 
ham Hunt ; etc. Recreations : Hunt- 
ing, shooting, racing, &c. Clubs : 
Isthmian ; Scottish Conservative 
(Edin.). Address : Sands Hall, 
Sedgefield, Durham. 

Orde, Thorleif Launcelot Maximi- 
lian : b. 1865 ; s. of Capt. H. p. S. 
Orde, of Chathill, Northumber- 
land. Educ. Richmond Sch. 
(Yorks.) ; Balliol 1884-8 (F. de P., 
A.L.S.) ; 4th Mod. Hist., and B.A,, 
1888. Address : Louis d'or Estate, 
Tobago, British West Indies. 

*0'Regan, John Rowan Hamilton: 
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O' Regan, Archdeacon of Kildare ; 
m. 1912, Phoebe Alice, d. of Rev. 
J. T. H. Abbott, of Creenahoe, 
Co. Fermanagh. Issue : one son. 
Educ. Clifton (Sch.) ; Balliol 1889- 
93 (F. de P., J.L.S.D., A.L.S.) ; 
CI. Sch.; ist CI. Mods. 1891 ; 2nd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1893 ; and 
Mod. Hist. 1894 ; Univ. and Coll. 
Hockey XI's. Brakenbury Soc. 
(Pres.). Assist. Master 1894-, 
House ditto 1907-12, Marl- 
borough. Club : Cavendish. Ad- 
dress : The College, Marlborough. 

Onnerod, Rev. George Thomas 
Bailey : 6. April i, 1846 ; s. of 
Ven. T. J. Ormerod, Archdeacon 
of Suffolk ; m. Aug. 5, 1875, 
Kate, d. of J. D. Hill, of Stroud. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 1864-7 
(J.R., W.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1865 ; 2nd Law and Hist., and 
B.A., 1867; M.A. 1870. Union 
Soc. Ordained d. 1872, p. 1873 ; 
Curate of Stroud 1872-8 ; Vicar 
of Oakridge 1878-9 ; Licensed 
Preacher, Dio. of Gloucester, 1879. 
Address : Stroud, Glos. 

•Orr, John : b. June 4, 1885 ; s. 
of Peter Orr, of Launceston, 
Tasmania ; m. March 5, 1910, 
Augusta Berthe, d. of Victor 
Brisac, of St. Petersburg. Educ. 
Launceston High School (Sch.) ; 
Univ. of Tasmania (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1905-9 (F. de P., E.H.) ; Rhodes 
Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1907 ; 3rd 
Jur. 1909 ; B.A. 1910 ; M.A., 
and B.Litt., 1913 ; Eight ; Tor- 
pid ; won Morrison Fours 1905-6. 
Arnold Soc. (Pres.). Engaged in 
tuition 1909-10 ; studied at the 
Sorbonne, Paris, 1 910-12. Ad- 
dress : 8 Petite Rue des ^curies, 
St. Petersburg, Russia. 

Orwin, Charles Stewart : b. Sept. 
26, 1876 ; s. of F. J. Orwin, of 
Wamham, Sussex ; m. Oct. 18, 
1902, felise C^cile, d. of E. M. 
Renault, of Cognac, France. Issue : 
three sons, two daughters. Educ. 
Dulwich Coll. ; S.E. Agric. Coll. 
(Sch.). Balliol 1913. Pupil and 
Assist, on various estates 1898- 
1901 ; Sec. of Adamant Stone and 
Paving Co. 190 1-3 ; Fellow of 



Surveyors' Institution 1902 ; Lec- 
turer at S.E. Agric. Coll., Wye, 
1903-6 ; Agent for Tumor Settled 
Estates (22,000 acres). Lines., 
1906-13 ; Silver Medallist of the 
Royal English Arboricultural Soc. 
1906 ; Bardney Drainage Com- 
missioner 1907- ; Exam, in Agric. 
Law, London Univ., and in various 
subjects at most of the English 
Agric. Colls. ; editor of Journal 
of Royal Agric. Soc. of England 
191 2-; Director of the Institute 
for Research in Agric. Economics, 
Oxford, 191 3-. Publications : 
A History of Wye Church and Wye 
College ; contributions, dealing 
mainly with questions of forestry 
and agricultural economics, in 
various journals. Club : Farmers'. 
Address : 7 Marston Ferry Road, 
Oxford. 

Osborne, Lord Albert Edwin Godol- 
phin : b. i866 ; s. of 9th Duke 
of Leeds. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1885-8 (W.H.F., R.L.N., A.L.S.). 
Address : 11 Grosvenor Crescent, 
London, S.W. 

Ottley, Richard Bruce Hamilton : 
b. Aug. 19, 1890 ; s. of Rev. Canon 
E. B. Ottley, of Rochester. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1909-12 
(N.S.T., J.A.S., H.M.W., A.D.L.). 
Address : 44 Upper Grosvenor 
St., London, W. 

Overend, Andrew Kingsbury : b. 
July 30, 1877 ; s. of T. G. Overend, 
K.C., County Court Judge and 
Recorder of Londonderry ; tn. 
1907, Olive, d. of F. A. Whitton. 
Issue : one daughter. Educ. 
Leeson School, Dublin ; Corrig 
School, Kingstown ; Balliol 1895- 
9 (T.R., E.J.) ; 2nd Jut., and 
B.A., 1899 ; M.A. 1905. Union 
and Brakenbury Socs. Irish 
Bar 1902 ; N.E. Circuit. Club : 
University (Dublin). Address : 
1 Wilton Terrace, Dublin. 

Overend, Walker : b. Jan. 18, 1858 ; 
s. of Thomas Overend, of Keighley, 
Yorks. ; m. Nov. 8, 1893, Robina 
Marion, d. of J. K. Orr, of Glasgow. 
Issue : one son. Educ. Keighley 
Gr. School ; Royal School of 
Mines; Balliol 1883-6 (E.A., 



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W.H. Fremantle, R.G.T., R.L.N., 
H.B.D.) ; Brakenbury Nat. Sci. 
Sch. ; ist Nat. Sci. (Phys.), and 
B.A., 1886 ; Radcliffe Travelling 
Fellow 1887 ; B.M. 1893 ; M.A. 
and M.D. 1895 ; B.Sc. (Honours 
in Zool.), London, 1879 ; formerly 
Sen. Physician Tottenham Hos- 
pital, Clinical Assist. Evelina Hos- 
pital for Children, and Chelsea 
Hospital for Women ; Hon. Med. 
Ref. Royal National Hospital for 
Consimiption, and British Home 
for Incurables ; member British 
Med. Assoc. Publications : Ele- 
ments of Human Physiology ; 
various articles in scientific 
journals ; joint author Wintering 
for Invalids in West Indies, 1910. 
Address : 28 Wilton Road, Bex- 
hill-on-Sea. 

Overstreet, Harry Allen : b. Oct, 
25, 1875 ; s, of W. F. Overstreet, 
of San Francisco, Cal., U.S.A. ; m. 
May 18, 1907, Elsie L., d. of E. C. 
Burr. Educ. Univ. of California ; 
Balliol 1899-1901 (E.C., J.A.S.) ; 
B.Sc. 1901. Arnold and Jowett 
Socs. Instructor, and Assist, and 
Assoc. Prof., Univ. of California, 
igoi-io ; Prof., and Head of 
Department of Philosophy, Coll. 
of the City of New York, 1911-. 
Publications : various articles and 
reviews in philosophical journals. 
Address : College of the City of 
New York, New York, U.S.A. 

*Oweii, Rev. Edward Charles 
Everard : b. May 27, i860 ; s. 
of Rev. E. H. Owen, Rector of 
Borton-on-Dunsmore ; m. 1887, 
Rose Dora, d. of Rev. H. Ashing- 
ton. Vicar of Anwick and Rec- 
tor of Braimcewell. Issue : six 
sons, two daughters. Educ. Leam- 
ington Coll. (Leaving Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1879-84 (F. de P., J.L.S.D.):; 
CI. Sch. and Prosser Ex. ; ist 
CI. Mods. 1880 ; Hon. Mention 
Hertford Sch. 1880, i ; ist Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1883 ; Prox. 
Acces. Craven Fellowship 1884 ; 
M.A. 1886. Union, Brakenbury, 
and Dervorguilla Socs. Fellow of 
New Coll. 1884-91 ; ordained d. 
1887, p. 1888 ; Lecturer at Corpus 



and Keble 1884-6 ; Assist, Master 
1886- ; Tutor 1888-, Small House 
Master 1891, Large ditto 1901-8, 
Harrow. Publications : Latin 
Syntax for Upper Forms, 1888 ; 
Synopsis of Ancient History, 1898 ; 
* English Literatiu-e ' (in The 
Public Schools from Within) ; 
Brief History of Greece and Rome, 
1913 ; editor of Childe Harold, 
1897 ; Early Poems of Tennyson, 
1899 ; Homer's Odyssey, book i, 
1 90 1. Recreations : Football, golf, 
skating, walking. Address : Hill- 
bury, Harrow-on-the-HJll. 

•Owen, Joseph : b. June 7, 1871 ; 
s. of Edwin Owen, of Oldham ; 
m. (i) Emma (d. 1899), d. of James 
Jagger, of Oldham ; (2) 1904, 
Louisa Ethel, d. of James Child, 
of Leeds. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Public Elementary 
School, Oldham ; Balliol 1895-9 
(A.L.S., W.H.F., F.F.U.) ; Braken- 
bury Hist. Sch. ; ist Mod. Hist., 
and B,A., 1899 ; M.A. 1902. Union 
(Lib. Committee) and Arnold Socs. 
Fellow of Pembroke Coll. 1900; 
Lecturer Oxford Univ. Extension 
Soc. 1 900-1 ; H.M, Inspector of 
Schools 1907— Address : Board of 
Education, Whitehall, London, 
S.W. 

♦Owen, Sidney George : b. Nov. 2, 
1858 ; s. of S. J. Owen, Student of 
Christ Chiurch, and Reader in 
Indian Hist, in Univ. of Oxford. 
Educ. Clifton (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1877-81 (R.L.N.) ; CI. Ex. ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1879 ; Chancellor's 
Latin Verse 1880 ; and Lit. Hum. 
1881 ; Chancellor's Latin Essay, 
and B.A., 1882; M.A. 1886. 
Assist. Lecturer in Classics, Owens 
Coll., and Lecturer in ditto, 
Victoria Univ., Manchester, 1882- 
90 ; Student and Tutor 1882-, 
Censor 1896-1901, Christ Church. 
Publications : Ovid Tristia, book i, 
1885, book ii, with English notes, 
and P. Ovidi Nasonis Tristium 
Libri V, with apparatus criticus, 
1889 ; Virgil Aeneid X, with 
notes for schools, 1890 ; Catullus : 
with the Pervigilium Veneris, 1893 ; 
Persius and Juvenal, Scriptorum 

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Classicorum Bibliotheca Oxoniensis, 
1902, 2nd ed., revised, 1907 ; 
Ovid, Tristia, Ibis, Epistulae ex 
Ponto, Halieutica, Fragmenta in 
Serif torum Classicorum Bibliotheca 
Oxoniensis, 1914 ; articles ' Ovid,' 
in Encyclopaedia Britannica, and 
' Ovid and Romance ' in English 
Literature and the Classics, 1912 ; 



joint author, Musa Clauda: trans • 

lations into Latin Elegiac Verse. 

Recreation : Golf. Club : Rye 

Golf. Address : Christ Church, 

Oxford. 
Oxford, Bishop of : see Gore, Rt. 

Rev. C. 
Oxley, A. J. R. : see Rice-Oxley, 

A. J. 



PaddisoD, Geoi^e Mitford : b. Nov. 
30, 1893 ; s. of Richard Paddison, 
of Tiverton. Educ. Blundell's ; 
Balliol 1912- (A.W.P.C, C.B.) ; 
Newte Ex. ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1914. 
Address : Springfield, Tiverton, 
Devon. 

Paddison, Richard : b. Sept. 17, 
1863 ; s. of Howard Paddison, of 
Hampton-on-Thames ; m. Aug. 2, 
1890, Jane Milner, d. of D. R. 
Ratcliff, J.P., of Great Alne, 
Warwickshire. Issue : ten chil- 
dren. Educ. Blundell's ; Balliol 
1882-6 (F. de P., R.G.T.) ; Blun- 
dell Sch. ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1884 ; 
B.A. 1887 ; M.A. 1890 ; Eight ; 
Torpid ; Union and Dervorguilla 
Socs. Barrister, L.I., 1890; 
Schoolmaster 1889 ; Head Master 
of Woodcote House, Windlesham, 
1892-1901 ; Assist. Master, Blun- 
dell's School, Tiverton. Club : 
Junior Constitutional. Address : 
Springfield, Tiverton, N. Devon. 

^Page, Very Rev. Arnold Henry : 
6. March i, 1851 ; s. of W. B. 
Page, F.R.C.S., J.P., Cumber- 
land ; tn. 1889, Blanche Cecilia, 
d. of Col. C. G. Grantham, 9th and 
89th Regts. Educ. Repton ; Bal- 
liol 1870-5 (R.L.N., T.H.G., J.P.) ; 
and CI. Mods. 1872 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1874 ; B.A. 1875 ; M.A. 1877. 
Barrister, I.T., 1878 ; ordained 
d. 1882, p. 1883 ; Curate of St. 
Mary, Bryanston Square, 1882-3 
St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, 1883-6 
Rector of Tendring 1 886-1 908 
Dean of Peterborough 1908- 
formerly member of Essex County 
Council, and Chairman of District 
Council and Board of Guardians, 



Tendring ; Governor of Upping- 
ham, Oakham, and Peterborough 
King's Schools ; J.P. Essex 1894, 
and Liberty of Peterborough 
1912. Club : Reform. Address : 
The Deanery, Peterborough. 

Page, Richard : b. Oct. 14, 1876 ; 
s. of Richard Page, of Knutsford, 
Cheshire. Educ. Heidelberg ; Bal- 
liol 1896-9 {T.R., W.H.F., E.J.) ; 
B.A. 1902. Barrister, M.T., 1902. 
Address : 78 King Street, Man- 
chester. 

Painter, Harold Liscombe : b. Nov. 
21, 1872 ; s. of Richard Painter, 
of Ryde, Isle of Wight ; tn. Aug. 
23, 1905, Edith Reid, d. of J. W. 
Norman. Issue : one daughter. 
Educ. Clifton (Sch.) ; Balliol 1892- 

5 (W.H.F.) ; 3rd Math. Mods. 1893 ; 
B.A. 1895. I.e. S. Bombay; 
Assist. Collector and Magistrate 
1895 ; 2nd Assist. 1904 ; ditto 
and Assist. Pol. Agent 1905-7 ; 
ist Assist. 1909 ; Jim. Collector 
1912-. Address : c/o King, King 

6 Co., Bombay, India. 

Pallis, Alexander Anastasius : b. 
Oct. 20, 1883 ; s. of Alexander 
Pallis, of Liverpool. Educ. Eton 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1902-6 (C.B., 
J.A.S., H.W.C.D.) ; WilUams Ex.; 
ist CI. Mods. 1904 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1906. Union and Bra- 
kenbury (Pres.) Socs. Egyptian 
Civil Service 1906 ; ist in Arabic 
Exam. ; held various appoint- 
ments in Ministry of Finance, in- 
cluding Private Sec. to Sir Paul 
Harvey and to Lord Edward Cecil, 
1907-13 ; resigned 1913 ; Finan- 
cial Inspector of Macedonia, under 
Greek Govt., 1913-. Addresses : 



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Tatoi, Aigburth Drive, Liverpool ; 
Ministry of Finance, Athens, 
Greece. 

*Paliner, Rt. Rev. Edwin James : 
b. Jan. ID, 1869 ; s. of Ven. Edwin 
Palmer, Archdeacon of Oxford ; 
tn. Oct. 7, 1912, Hazel, d. of Col. 
E. H. Hanning-Lee, 2nd Life 
Guards. Educ. Winchester (Sch.); 
Balliol 1887-91 (F. de P., J.L.S.D., 
R.L.N.) ; Sch. and Jenkyns Ex. ; 
ist CI. Mods., and Craven Sch., 
1889 ; ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1891 ; M.A. 1894 ; D.D. 1908 ; 
Torpid (2). Brakenbury Soc. (Sec. 
and Pres.). Fellow (Prize) 1891 ; 
Jim. Bursar 1893, Theol. Fellow 
and Chapl. 1896-1908, Balliol ; 
Sen. Proctor 1904-5 ; Ordained d. 
1896, p. 1898 ; Exam. Chapl. to 
Bishops of Southwell 1899-1904, 
Rochester 1904-5, Southwark 1905 
-8 ; Chairman Jun. Clergy Mis- 
sionary Assoc. (S.P.G.) 1904-8 ; 
Bishop of Bombay, 1908-. Pub- 
lications : Reunion in Western 
India, 1910, &c. Clubs : Western 
India (Poona), Byculla (Bombay). 
Address : Bishop's Lodge, Malabar 
Hill, Bombay, India. 

Palmer, Sir George Hudson, 5th 
Bart. : b. Aug. 9, 1841 ; s. of 
Sir G. J. Palmer, 3rd Bart. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1859-64 ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1861 ; B.A. 1864. Barrister, 
L.I., 1871. Club : St. James's. 
Address : Wanlip Hall, Leicester. 

Palmer, John Leslie : b. Sept. 4, 
1885 ; s. of W. C. Palmer, of 
London. Educ. King Edward's 
School, Birmingham (Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1904-8 (A.L.S.) ; Braken- 
bury Hist. Sch. ; 2nd Mod. Hist. 
1908. Jun. Editor 1909, Dramatic 
Critic 1910-, Saturday Review. 
Publications : The Censor and the 
Theatres, and Over the Hills (pro- 
duced at His Majesty's Theatre), 
1912 ; The Comedy of Manners, 
and The Future of the Theatre, 191 3. 
Address : c/o The Saturday Review, 
10 King Street, Covent Garden, 
London, W.C. 

Palmer, Ralph Charlton : b. Oct. 3, 
1839 ; s. of George Palmer, of 
Nazeing, Essex. £<iMc. Winchester; 



Balliol i857-6i(E.C.W.,J.R.,B. J.); 
2nd CI. Mods. 1859 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1861 ; B.A. 1862 ; Cricket XI 
(Sec). Barrister, L.I., 1864 ; 
Sec. to Public Schools Commission 
1868 ; Principal Sec. to Lord 
Chancellor Selbome 1880 ; Clerk 
of the Crown in Chancery 1880-5 ; 
member of Gresham Univ. (Lon- 
don) Commission 1892 ; Lord Chan- 
cellor's Legal Visitor in Lunacy 
1885-1910; Governor of St. Paul's 
School ; Deputy-Chairman Exec. 
Committee of City and Guilds 
Institute for Advancement of 
Technical Education ; member of 
Senate, Univ. of London ; J. P., 
Essex. Club : United University. 
Addresses : Hubbards, Nazeing, 
Waltham Cross ; 9 Little Stanhope 
Street, Mayfair, London, W. 

Palmer, Ronald William Poulton; 
formerly Poulton, R. W. : b. Sept. 
12, 1889 ; 5. of E. B. Poulton, 
F.R.S., Hope Prof, of Zoology in 
Univ. of Oxford. Educ. Rugby ; 
Balliol 1908-11 (H.B.H.) ; WU- 
liams Ex. ; 2nd Nat. Sci. (Engin.), 
and B.A., 1911. England 1909-14 
(Capt. 1914), Univ. 1909-11 (Capt. 
and Sec), and Coll. Rugby XV's ; 
Univ. 1909-11, and Coll. Hockey 
XI's. Address: 16 PoTtland Place, 
Reading. 

Panting, Laurence Christopher : b. 
1869 ; s. of Laurence Panting, 
of Chebsey, Eccleshall. Educ. 
Shrewsbury; Balliol 1888-93 (J.C, 
W.H.F.) ; Brakenbury Sch. ; 2nd 
Nat. Sci. (Chem.), and B.A., 1891 ; 
M.B. 1895 ; M.A. and M.D. 1900. 
Address : Gwendroc, Truro. 

'^Papillon, Rev. Canon Thomas 
Leslie : b. April 12, 1841 ; s. of 
Rev. John Papillon, Rector of 
Lexden.; m. (1) 1871, Edith Mary 
(d. 1908), d. of Rev. Prebendary 
Dalton. Issue : three children ; 
(2) 1909, Laura Mary, d. of Samuel 
Dickson, of Writtle, Essex. Educ. 
Marlborough (Sch.) ; Balliol 1860- 
5 (J.R., E.P.); Sch.; 1st CI. 
Mods., and Hertford Sch., 1862 ; 
Chancellor's Latin Verse 1863 ; 
ist Lit. Hum. 1864 ; B.A. 1865 ; 
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Union Soc. Fellow and Tutor, 
Merton 1865-8, New. Coll. 1870- 
84 ; Assist. Master, Rugby, 1868- 
9 ; Whitehall Preacher 1877-9 J 
CI. Moderator 1879, 85, 6, 7 ; 
Vicar of Writtle 1884-1909 ; for- 
merly Examiner for Hertford, 
Ireland, and Craven Schs., Oxford, 
various public schools, and Vic- 
toria (Manchester) and Leeds 
Univs. ; member of Moseley Edu- 
cational Commission to U.S.A. 
1903 ; Hon. Canon of St. Albans 
1907. Publications : Commentary 
on Virgil ; A Manual of Compara- 
tive Philology ; frequent contribu- 
tor to TheTimes and The'fiuardian. 
Recreation : Campanology. Club : 
Athenaeum. Address : Acrise, 
Hall Place Gardens, St. Albans. 
.'aravicini; F. de ; see de Paravi- 
cini, F. 

Parker, Charles Pomeroy : &. 1852 ; 
s. of H, M. Parker, of Boston, 
U.S.A. Educ. St. Paul's School, 
Concord, U.S.A. ; Balliol 1872-6 ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1874; ist Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1876. Prof, of 
Greek and Latin, Harvard Univ. 
Address : Harvard University, 
Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. 

*Parmiter, Rev. Spurrier Clavell : 
b. March i, 1867 ; s. of J. S. 
Parmiter, of Winchester ; m. 
May I, 1894, Eva Anne Umfre- 
ville, d. of Henry Gowdge. Issue : 
one son, three daughters. Educ. 
King's School, Ely (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1885 (W.H.F., R.L.N.) ; Oriel 
(Ex.) 1886 ; 2nd CI. Mods. 1887 ; 
ist Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1889 ; 
M.A. 1892. Union Soc. (Pres. 1888). 
Assist. Master, Uppingham 1890-; 
Ordained d. 1897, p. 1898 ; 
Licensed Preacher, Dio. of Peter- 
borough, 1897. Address : West 
Bank, Uppingham. 

Parr, Robert : 6. Jan. 14, 1853 ; 
s. of Robert Parr, of Market 
Deeping ; m. March 25, 1884, 
Betsy, d. of William Tasker, of 
Partney. Issue : one son, seven 
daughters. Educ. Oakham Gr. 
School ; Leamington Coll. ; Bal- 
liol 1873-6 (W.H.F.) ; 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1874; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1876; 



B.A. 1878. Union Soc. Barrister, 
I.T., 1883 ; practised till 1899 ; 
Private Tutor for Bar, Army, and 
Univs. 1899- ; Assist. Exam, in 
English Composition to Civil Ser- 
vice Commission 1900—. Address: 
23 Tremadoc Road, Clapham, 
London, S.W. 

Parry, Frederick Sydney : b. June 
5, 1861 ; s. of Rt. Rev. Edward 
Parry, Bishop Suffragan of Dover ; 
m. 1 89 1, Anna Mary, d. of Very 
Rev. W. H. Fremantle, Dean of 
Ripon. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Winchester ; Bal- 
liol 1880-4 (R.L.N.) ; and CI. 
Mods. 1882 ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 1884 ; 
B.A. 1885; Torpid. Union and 
Brakenbury Socs. Clerk in Board 
of Trade 1885-6 ; ditto, H.M. Trea- 
sury 1886-1904 ; C.B. 1902 ; 
Deputy Chairman of H.M. Cus- 
toms (now Customs and Excise) 
1904-. Club : Athenaeum. Ad- 
dresses : 63 Elm Park Gardens, 
London, S.W. ; Custom House, 
London, E.C. 

Parry, John : b. Dec. 9, 1894 ; s. of 
R. G. Parry, of St. Anne's-on-Sea. 
Educ. King Edward VII School, 
Lytham ; Balliol 1913- (H.W.C.D., 
N.S.T.). Union and Arnold Socs. 
Address : 15 Park Road, St. 
Anne's-on-Sea, Lanes. 

^Parsons, Hon. Geoflry Lawrence : 
b. May 24, 1874 ; s. of 4th Earl of 
Rosse. Educ. Winchester ; Balliol 
1892-6 (J.W.R., W.H.F., J.C.) ; 
3rd Math. Mods. 1894 ; 2nd Nat. 
Sci. (Phys.) 1896; B.A. 1897 ; M.A. 
1900. Address : Northern Coimties 
Club, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

Parsons, Henry Humphrey : b. 
May 15, 1890 ; s. of Charles 
Parsons, of New York. Educ. 
Yale Univ. ; Balliol 191 3- (A.L.S.). 
Address : 99 Park Avenue, New 
York City, New York, U.S.A. 

Parsons, Herbert : 6. Jan. 5, 1822 ; 
s. of John Parsons, of the Old 
Bank, Oxford; m. 1851, Louisa, d. 
of Guy Thomson. Issue : one son, 
one daughter. Educ. Slatter's 
School, Rose Hill, Oxford ; Bristol ; 
Balliol 1838-42 ; B.A. 1842 ; M.A. 
1845. Banker. Address : The 



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Manor House, Elsfield. [Died 
Feb. 20, 1911.] 

Partridge, Arthur Aubrey Hunger- 
ford : b. i860 ; s. of J. A. Par- 
tridge, Barrister-at-law, after- 
wards merchant ; m. E. M., d. of 
Arthur Jackson, Barrister-at-law. 
Educ. King Edward's School, Bir- 
mingham; Balliol 1880-4 (W.H.F., 
F. de P., A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1884 ; M.A. 1892 ; 
M.B. and B.Ch. 1895 ; M.D. 1901. 
Engaged in scholastic work till 
1891, then in study of medicine; 
formerly House Physician at Guy's 
Hospital, &c. ; in practice at 
Sutton. Address : St. Germans, 
Grove Road, Sutton, Surrey. 

Paterson, Ernest Riddell : b. Sept. i, 

1881 ; s. of J. A. Paterson, of 
Toronto. Educ. Harbord Colle- 
giate Institute (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1904-7 (J.L.S.D., J.A.S., A.D.L., 
H.W.C.D., E.C.) ; Rhodes Sch. ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1907 ; 
Univ. (1905-7, Capt. 1906) and 
Coll. Lawn Tennis teams ; Rugby 
XV. Assist. Sec, to the Title & 
Trust Co., Toronto, 1907. Recrea- 
tions : Lawn tennis, swimming. 
Address : 35 Crescent Road, 
Toronto, Canada. [Died July 1912.] 

Paton, Herbert James : b. March 30, 
1887 ; s. of Rev. W. M. Paton, of 
Glasgow. Educ. High School, and 
Univ., Glasgow; Balliol 1 908-11 
(C.B., A.D.L.) ; Snell Ex. and 
Newlands Sch. ; ist CI. Mods. 
1909 ; ist Lit. Hum, 191 1 ; B.A. 
191 2 ; Fellow and Lecturer in 
Philosophy, Queen's Coll., 1911- ; 
M.A. Glasgow. Address : Queen's 
College, Oxford. 

Paton, Morton Brown : b. Jime 24, 
1871 ; s. of Rev. J. B. Paton, D.D., 
of Nottingham. Educ. Notting- 
ham High School (Foundation 
Sch.) ; Balliol 1890-4 (W.H.F., 
A.L.S.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1894, Union and Arnold 
Socs. Paurtner in A. V. Paton & 
Co., Cotton Merchants, Liverpool, 
1907-. Address : 22 School Lane, 
Bidston, Birkenhead. 

Patton, Frederic Clyde : b. April 8, 

1882 ; s. of F. C. Patton, of St. 



Leonards. Educ. Harrow ; Bal- 
liol 1901-5 (A.L.S., H.W.C.D.); 
4th Mod. Hist., and B.A., 1905. 

Patton, Frederick Joseph : 6. 1851 ; 
s. of Joseph Patton, of Bombay. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1870-4 ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1871 ; 2nd Lit. Hum, 
1874 ; B.A. 1875, Barrister, I,T., 
1875, Address : The Links, 
Ascot, Berks. 

Payne, Charles Ernest : b. May 3, 
1888 ; s. of Joseph Payne, of 
Rockbeare, Devon. Elduc. Exeter 
School ; Balliol 1907-11 (J.W.R,, 
H.B,H,) ; Williams Ex. ; ist 
Math. Mods. 1909 ; ist Math., and 
B.A., 1911; Torpid (2); Morrison 
Fours. Math. Master, Edinburgh 
Academy, 1911- ; 2n(i Lieut, (un- 
attached) Territorials. Addresses : 
2 Grosvenor Place, Exeter ; 
Mackenzie House, Kinnear Road, 
Edinburgh. 

Peacock, Rev. Walter Gilbert : b. 
Dec, 31, 1852 ; s. of Rev. W, A. 
Peacock, Rector of Ulceby with 
Fordington. Educ. Queen Eliza- 
beth's Gr, School, Homcastle ; 
King Edward VI ditto, Louth ; 
Balliol 1 871-5 ; 3rd CI, Mods. 
1873 ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and B.A., 
1875. Union Soc. Assist. Master 
Eastbourne Coll. 1876-7 ; or- 
dained d. and p. 1887 ; Curate of 
Skendleby 1877 ; Rector of Ulceby 
with Fordington 1877- ; Assist. 
Dio. Inspector of Schools 1879- ; 
Perpetual Curate of Haugh 1894- ; 
Governor of Queen Elizabeth's 
School, Alford. Recreation : Golf. 
Address : Ulceby Rectory, Alford, 
Lines. 

Pearce, Charles Frederick Byrde : b. 
June 13, 1892 ; s. of C. W. Pearce, 
Mus. Doc, of London, Educ. 
Marlborough ; Balliol 191 1- 
(H.B.H.); Williams Ex. Address: 
7 Avenue Road, Highgate, Lon- 
don, N. 

*PearsalI Smith, Lloyd Logan : b. 
Oct. 18, 1865 ; s. of Robert Pear- 
sail Smith, of Philadelphia, U.S.A. 
Educ. William Penn Charter 
School, Philadelphia, Haverford 
Coll., and Harvard Univ., U.S.A. ; 
Balliol 1888-92 (W.R.H.. J.L.S.D.); 



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2nd Lit. Hum. 1891 ; B.A. 1893 ; 
M.A. 1906. Publications : The 
Youth of Parnassus, r%g^ ; Trivia, 
1902; LifeandLetUrsof Sir Henry 
Wotton, 1907 ; Songs and Sonnets, 
1909; The English Language,igi2. 
Address : Ford Place, Arundel, 
Sussex. 

Pearson, Alexander : b. Jan. 21, 
1856 ; s. of A. A. Pearson, of 
Luce, Dumfriesshire ; m. March 16, 
1887, Eliza, d. of D. S. Moncrieff, 
W.S., of Edinburgh. Issue : two 
sons, one daughter. Educ. Loretto ; 
Rugby ; Balliol 1875-9 (R.L.N.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1876; 3rd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1879 ; Univ., 
1876-7, and Coll. (Capt.) Cricket 
XI's ; Univ. Golf team v. Cam- 
bridge 1878. Practising advocate 
at Scotch Bar till 1890 ; occupied 
with local estate. Church, and 
school matters ; member of Royal 
Company of Archers, H.M.'s 
Bodyguard for Scotland ; J. P. 
Dumfriesshire. Club : University 
(Edin.). Address : 49 Mardale 
Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Pearson, Rev. Arthur Cyril : b. Jan. 
9, 1838 ; s. of Rev. Arthur Pearson, 
Rector of Springfield, Essex ; m. 
1864, Philippa Massingberd, d. of 
H. Maxwell- Lyte. Issue : one son, 
four daughters. Educ. : Cheam ; 
Winchester ; Balliol 1856-60 
(E.C.W., B.J.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1859 ; 
Hon. 4th Math., and B.A., i860 ; 
M.A , 1872 ; Champion Gymnast, 
Maclaren's Gymn., 1859. Union 
Soc. Wells Theol. Coll. 1861 ; or- 
dained d. 1862, p. 1863 ; Curate 
of Longsight 1862-3 5 Cranbrook 
1864-5 ; Wookey 1865-8 ; Morden 
1869-77; Rector of Drayton 
Parslow 1877-86 ; Springfield, 
Essex, 1886-97 ; Capt. Winchester 
Cricket XI 1856 ; second in All 
England Croquet Tournament ; 
1872 ; winner of double first prize 
in Chess Problem Tournament, 
opento all the world, 1882 ; Puzzle 
B,ditor, Evening Standard, 1905-12. 
Publications : One Hundred Chess 
Problems, 1879 ; Twentieth Cen- 
tury Standard Puzzle Book, 1908 ; 
Pictured Puzzles and Word Play, 



1909; Anagram Doublets, 191 3. 
Address : Northlands, HoUington, 
Hastings. 

Pearson, Rev. Cyril Greenwood : 
b. Nov. 3, 1881 ; s. of G. G. Pear- 
son, of London. Educ. Harrow ; 
Balliol 1900-4 (E.J.) ; 2nd Jur., 
and B.A., 1904 ; M.A. 1907 ; 
Eight. Cuddesdon Theol. Coll. 
1906-7 ; ordained d. 1907, p. 1909 ; 
Curate of Woolwich 1907-9 ; St. 
John's, East Dulwich, 1909 ; Vice- 
Prin. of Cuddesdon Theol. Coll. 
1909-12 ; Oxford Mission to Cal- 
cutta, 1912-. Address : The Ox- 
ford Mission, Comwallis Street, 
Calcutta. 

Pearson, Frederick James Norman : 
b. April 9, 1851 ; s. of F. B. Pear- 
son, of 4th Light Dragoons ; m. 
Aug. 17, 1893, Agnes Charlotte, 
d. of W. R. Imies Hopkins. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Bradfield ; Bal- 
liol 1869-74 (B.J.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1871 ; 3rd Lit. Hum. 1873 ; B.A. 
1874 ; Eight ; Four ; Torpid. 
Barrister, L.I., 1877 ; Examiner in 
High Court of Justice 1884-. Pub- 
lications : Some Problems of Exis- 
tence ; Society Sketches of the 
Eighteenth Century ; joint editor of 
Moore's Abstracts of Title. Recrea- 
tions : Fishing, shooting, rowing. 
Club : New University. Addresses : 
3 Egerton Gardens, London, S. W. ; 
II New Square, Lincoln's Inn, 
London, W.C. 

♦Pease, Howard : b. July 12, 1863 ; 
s. of J. W. Pease, D.C.L., of Pen- 
dower, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and 
Nether Grange, Northumberland ; 
m. 1887, Margaret, d. of Rev. 
Canon Kynaston, Head Master of 
Cheltenham Coll. Issue : four 
children. Educ. Clifton ; Balliol 
1882-6 (W.H.F., J.L.S.D.); 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1884; 3rd Lit. Hum. 
1886 ; B.A. 1887 ; M.A. 1905 ; 
Univ. Golf 1885-6, and Lawn 
Tennis teams ; won Univ. Lawn 
Tennis Singles 1886 ; and Inter- 
Coll. Doubles ; Rugby XV. Der- 
vorguilla Soc. Private Banker 
1 887-1902 ; afterwards Local 
Director of Lloyd's Bank for two 
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Magazine 1 900-1 ; Pres. New- 
castle Fencing Club ; Capt. Otter- 
burn Hockey Club ; won Border 
Point-to- Point Race 1910 ; big 
game shooting in E. Africa 1911 ; 
represented county at Lawn 
Tennis, High Sheriff 1913-14, 
Lord of the Manor of Otterbiurn, 
and J.P., Northumberland ; F.S.A. 
Publications : Borderland Studies ; 
Tales of Northumbria, &c. Clubs : 
Oxford and Cambridge, Bachelors', 
Sword. Address : Otterburn 
Tower, Northumberland. 

Pease^ John William Kynaston : b. 
Nov. 9, 1891 ; s. of Howard Pease, 
of Otterburn Tower, Northumber- 
land. Educ. Eton; Balliol 1909-13 
{A.L.S., N.S.T., H.M.W., A.D.L.); 
2nd Lit. Hum. 1913; Coll. and 
Morrison Fours. Address : Otter- 
bum Tower, Northumberland. 

Peckham, Arthur Nyton : b. March 
16, 1881 ; s. of Rev. H. J. Peck- 
ham, Vicar of Nutley. Educ. 
Abbey School, Beckenbam ; Marl- 
borough (Foundation Sch.) ; Bal- 
liol 1899-1903 (E.A., J.L.S.D.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1901 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1903 ; Torpid. Union 
Soc. Architect. 

Peckham, Rev. Harry John; b. 
April 5, 1841 ; s. of C. P. Peckham, 
of Nyton ; m. Jan. 18, 1876, Edith, 
d. of Rev. Prebendary D. Robert- 
son, Vicar of Henfield. Issue : two 
sons. £<iMc. Private; Balliol 1861- 
4 {B.J., W.L.N.) ; 2nd CI. Mods. 
1862 ; 3rd Law and Hist. 1864 ; 
B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1872 ; Torpid ; 
Eight. Ordained d. 1870, p. 1871 ; 
Curate of St. Michael's, Coventry, 
1870-3 ; Henfield 1873-5 ; Comp- 
ton 1876-9 ; Biddenden 1880-2 ; 
Vicar of Nutley 1882-1913. 

Peebles, John Haughton : b. Nov. 
29, 1881 ; s. of J. H. Peebles, of 
Glasgow and Madras. Educ. Glas- 
gow Academy ; Clifton ; Balliol 
X900-3, 5 (W.H.F., H.W.C.D., 
F.F.U.) ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 1904 ; 
B.A. 1905 ; Univ. Swimming 
team v. Cambridge 1 901-3; Univ. 
and Coll. Golf teams. Brakenbury 
and Arnold Socs. Engaged on 
Madras Railway 1907-8 ; Assist. 



Traffic Supt. Madras and S. 
Mahratta Ry. 1908- ; won S. In- 
dia Golf Championship 1910. 
Recreation : Golf. Clubs : Various 
(Madras). Address : c/o General 
Traffic Manager, Madras and S. 
Mahratta Railway, Madras, India. 
Peebles, William Fleming : b. Dec 
9, 1885 ; s. of J. H. Peebles, of 
Glasgow and Madras. Educ. Clif- 
ton ; BalUol 1904-5 (A.L.S., 
H.W.C.D., E.J.P.). Address : c/o 
Arbuthnot & Co., Madras, India. 
Peel, Rt. Hon. Viscount, 1st Vis- 
count, Arthur Wellesley Peel : 
b. Aug. 3, 1829 ; s. of Rt. Hon. Sir 
Robert Peel, 2nd Bart., Prime 
Minister ; m. 1862, Adelaide, d. 
of W. S. Dugdale, of Merevale. 
Issue : Jfour sons, three daughters. 
Educ. Hatfield; Eton; Balliol 
1848-52 (E.C.W., W.C.L., B.J., 
J.R.);S 2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 
1852 ; M.A. 1865 ; Hon. D.C.L. 
1887; Eight. M. P. (L.) Warwick 
and Leamington 1865-95 ; Parlia- 
mentary Sec. to Poor Law Board 
1868-71 ; to Board of Trade 
1 871-3 ; Patronage Sec. to 
Treasury^ 1873-4; Under -Sec. 
to Home Office 1880 ; Speaker of 
House of Commons 1884-95 ; 
Visitor of Balliol 1894-1912 ; 
Trustee of British Museum 1898- 
1907 ; formerly Chairman of 
National Portrait Gallery; Vis- 
count 1895 ; P.C. ; D.L. ; J. P. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, United Uni- 
versity. Address : The Lodge, 
Sandy, Beds. [Died Oct. 24, 1912.] 
Peel, Rt. Hon. Viscount, 2nd Vis- 
count, William Robert Wellesley 
Peel : b. 1867 ; s. of ist Vis- 
count Peel, Visitor of BaUiol, 
1894-1912 ; m. 1899, Hon. Ella 
Williamson, d. of ist Baron Ash- 
ton. Issue : one son, one daugh- 
ter. Educ. Harrow ; BalUol 
1885-9 (W.H.F., E.A., J.L.S.D.) ; 
2nd CI. Mods. 1887 ; 2nd Lit. 
Hum., an I B.A., 1889. Union 
Soc. (Sec. 1886, Treas. 1887). 
Barrister, I.T., 1893 ; member of 
Royal Commission for Port of 
London ; London County Council, 
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1907-10 (Leader of Municipal Re- 
form Party 1908-10), Kennington, 
1913- » M.P. (U.) S. Manches- 
ter 1900-6, Taunton 1909-12 ; 
contested Harrow Div. 1906 ; 
Governor of Victoria Univ., Man- 
chester ; Daily Telegraph Corre- 
spondent in Graeco-Turkish War ; 
Lieut.-Col. commanding Yeo- 
manry, D.L. and J. P., Bedford- 
shire. Addresses : 52 Grosvenor 
St., London, W. ; Latimer, Ches- 
ham, Bucks. 

Peel, Charles Lawrence Kinloch : 
b. Jan. 24, 1883 ; s. of E. L. Peel, 
of Bedford. Educ. Bedford Gr. 
School (Ex.) ; Balliol 1902-6 
(F. de P., J.A.S.) ; CI. Sch. ; 
dist. in Craven Sch. 1903 ; 1st 
CI. Mods., and Craven Sch., 1904 ; 
2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1906 ; 
Cricket XL Passed 14th in Home 
and Indian Civil Service Exam. 
1906 ; Assist. Surviyor 1906, 
2nd Class Clerk 1907,1st Class ditto 
1913-, See's Office, G.P.O. Ad- 
dress : Secretary's Office, G.P.O. , 
London, E.C. 

♦Peel, Denis Heywood : b. Feb. i, 
1886 ; s. of E. L. Peel, of Bedford. 
Educ. Bedford Gr. School (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1905-9 (F. de P., A.D.L.) ; 
Sch. ; 1st CI. Mods. 1907 ; and 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1909 ; 
M.A. 1912 ; Univ. (occasionally), 
and Coll. Cricket XI's. Arnold 
Soc. Master of Lower VI Form, 
Rossall, 1910-. Address : 15 St. 
Andrew's Road, Bedford. 

Peel, Sir Robert ; 4th Bart. : b. 
April 12, 1867 ; s. of Rt. Hon. 
Sir Robert Peel, 3rd Bart., M.P., 
P.C, G.C.B. ; m. June 1897, 
Mercedes, d. of Baron de Graffen- 
ried, of Thun, Switzerland. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1887-90 (J.L.S.D., A.L.S., B.J.). 
Union Soc. Formerly Lieut, in 
Staffs. Yeomanry. Publications : 
An Engagement, 1894 ; A Bit of 
a Fool, 1896. Recreations : Hunt- 
ing, shooting, cricket, lawn tennis. 
Address : Drayton Manor, Tam- 
worth. 

*PeIham, Edward Henry : b. Dec. 
20, 1876 ; s. of H. F. Pelham, 



President of Trinity Coll., and 
Camden Prof, of Ancient Hist, 
in Univ. of Oxford ; m. 1905, Hon. 
Irene Lubbock, d. of ist Lord 
Avebury. Issue : one son, two 
daughters. Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 
1895-9 (J.W.R.,A.L.S.); Williams 
Ex. ; 1st Math. Mods. 1896 ; 1st 
Math., and B.A., 1898 ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1899 ; M.A. 1902 ; Cricket 
XI ; Torpid. Brakenbury Soc. 
(Sec. andPres.). Jun. Exam. 1900, 
Private Sec. to Parliamentary 
Sec. (Sir W. R. Anson) 1903-5, 
ditto to Pres. (Rt. Hon. A. Birrell) 
1905-7, Sen. Exam. 1907-, Board 
of Education ; Trustee of Bal- 
liol College (1904) Endowment 
Fund. Recreation : Golf. Clubs : 
Brooks's, Union. Address : 3 Ash- 
burn Place, London, S.W. 

*Pember, Francis William : b. 
Aug. 16, 1862 ; s. of E. H. Pember, 
K.C., Student of Christ Church ; 
tn. Oct. I, 1895, Hon. Margaret 
Bowen, d. of Lord Davey, of 
Fernhurst, a Lord of Appeal. 
Issue : one son, one daughter. 
Educ. Harrdw (Entrance Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1880-4 (J.L.S.D., R.L.N., 
E.A., W.H.F., F. de P.) ; Sch. ; 
1st CI. Mods. 1881 ; 1st Lit. 
Hum., Ireland Sch., and B.A., 
1884 ; Craven Sch. 1885 ; Eldon 
Law Sch., and M.A., 1887 ; 
Cricket (Capt.) and Assoc. XI's. 
Dervorguilla Soc. Barrister, L.I., 
1889 ; Equity and Parliamentary 
Draughtsman; Fellow 1 884-, Es- 
tates Bursar 1910-, All Souls Coll. ; 
member of Univ. Board of Finance. 
Recreations : Tennis, fishing. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Brooks's, 
Address : 60 Queen's Gardens, 
London, W. 

♦Pember, George Ross : b. April 9, 
1876 ; s. of G. H. Pember, of Fair 
Oak Park, Eastleigh, Hants. 
Educ. Harrow ; Balliol 18^4-8 
(F. de P., W.H.F., J.L.S.D.) ; 
3rd CI. Mods. 1896; 3rd Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1898 ; M.A. 
1902. Address : 2 Pall Mall East, 
London, S.W. 

Pemberton, Richard Oliver Walpole : 
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Pemberton, Rifle Brigade. Educ. 
Eton ; Balliol 1904-8 (A.L.S.) ; 
3rd Mod. Hist. 1908 ; B.A. 1910. 
Four. Dervorguilla Soc. (Pres.). 
Clerk in House of Lords 1910— . 
Address : Travellers' Club, Pall 
Mall, London, S.W. 

Penrli^n, Arthur Leycester Leyces- 
ter : see Leycester- Penrhyn, A. L. 

Penrhyn, Edward Hugh Leycester: 
see Leycester- Penrhyn, E. H. 

•Penrhyn, Rev. Canon Oswald 
Henry Leycester : 6. May 6, 1828 ; 
s. of Edward Penrhyn, D.L., J.P., 
of East Sheen ; tn. Charlotte, d. 
of E. G. Hornby, of Lancaster. 
Issue : one son, three daughters. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1846-50 (B. J., 
E.C.W., J.R., F.T., E.P.); 3rd 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1849 ; M.A. 
1852 ; Cricket XI. Union Soc. 
Ordained d. 1852, p. 1853 ; Curate 
of Upton St. Leonards 1852-6 ; 
Winwick 1856-8; Perpetual Curate, 
Bickerstafif, 1858-69 ; Vicar of 
Huyton 1869-90 ; Rector of 
Winwick 1890- ; Hon. Canon of 
Liverpool 1880 ; Proctor in Con- 
vocation, York, 1887-1910 ; Chap- 
lain to Bishop of Liverpool 1901 ; 
Rural Dean of Winwick 1892- 
1910. Clubs : Church House ; 
Athenaeum (Liverpool). Address : 
Winwick Rectory, Warrington. 

Perceval, Francis Westby : b. 
Jan. 21, 1882 ; s. of Sir W. B. 
Perceval, K.C.M.G. ; m. 1912, 
Dorothy, d. of George Thornton, 
of Fairlawn, Wimbledon. Educ. 
Wimbledon Coll. ; Stonyhmrst ; 
Balliol 1901-6 (H.B.H., F.L.A., 
E.J.P.) ; B.A. 1907 ; Tennis VI 
(Capt.). Union Soc. Barrister, 
I.T., 1907. Clubs : Wimbledon, 
Golf, All England Lawn Tennis. 
Address: Southdown, The Downs, 
Wimbledon, London, S.W. 

Percival, Philip Edward : b. Nov. 11 
1872 ; s. of E. H. Percival, I.C.S. ; 
tn. Dec. 7, 1901, Sylvia, d. of Sir 
J. A. Baines, C.S.I. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. Charter- 
house (Sch.) ; Balliol 1891-5 
(J.W.R., W.R.H.) ; 2nd CI. and 
Math. Mods. 1893 ; B.A. 1895. 
Arnold Soc. Barrister, L.I., 



1895 ; I.C.S., Bombay ; Assist. 
Collector and Magistrate 1895 ; 
2nd Assist., and Joint Sessions 
Judge, 1903 ; Under-Sec. to 
Government, Political, Judicial, 
and LegislativeDepartments, 1903- 
5 ; Registrar of High Court 1909 ; 
Judge and Sessions Judge 1910 ; 
Remembrancer of Legal Affairs, 
and Sec. to Government, Legal 
Department, 191 1. Club : East 
India United Services. Address : 
c/o King, King & Co., Bombay, 
India. 

Perryman, Percy Otto St. Clair 
Wilbraham : 'b. June 22, 1885 ; s. 
of C. W. Perryman, of Farnbor- 
ough, Hants ; m. d. of E. G. Hardy, 
Fellow of Jesus Coll. Educ. Eton ; 
Balliol 1904-8 (C.B., A.D.L., 
J.A.S.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1906 ; 3rd 
Lit. Hum. 1908. Assist. District 
Commissioner, Uganda Protecto- 
rate, 1908-. Recreation : Big game 
shooting. Address: c/o Secretary 
to the Administration, Uganda 
Protectorate, E. Africa. 

Peto, James Michael : b. May 8, 
1894 ; s. of B. E. Peto, of Worton 
Littlecoiurt, Devizes. Educ. Har- 
row ; Balliol I9i3-(A.L.S.,N.S.T.). 
Union and Arnold Socs. Addresses : 
Worton Littlecoiu-t, Devizes ; 243 
St. James's Court, London, S.W. 

Petrie, Robert : b. May 19, 1886 ; 

s. of R. H. Petrie, of Coleford, 
Glos. Educ. Monmouth Gr. 
School (Sch.) ; Balliol 1904-9 
(A.W.P.C, J.A.S.) ; Skynner Sch. 
and Jenkyns Ex. ; ist Math. Mods. 
1905; ist CI. Mods. 1906; ist 
Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1908; 
John Locke Sch. in Mental Philo- 
sophy 1909 ; Rugby XV. Jun. 
Assist. Lecturer in Philosophy, 
Victoria Univ., Manchester, 1909- 
10 ; Fellow and Lecturer, Queen's 
Coll., 1910— II. Address : Queen's 
CoUeg;, Oxford. [Died Aug. 9, 
1911.] 
♦Phelps, William : b. Oct. 5, 1882 ; 
s. of T. J. Phelps, Solicitor. Educ. 
Dulwich Coll. (Jun. and Sen. 
Sch.) ; Balliol 1901-5 (A.W.P.C, 
H.W.C.D.) ; Sch. ; dist. in 
Craven Sch. 1901 ; Craven Sch. 



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1902 ; Prox. Acces. to Hertford 
Sch. 1902, 3 ; ist CI. Mods., and 
Ireland Sch., 1903 ; ist Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1905 ; M.A. 1908. 
Brakenbury Soc. Fellow, Assist. 
Tutor, and CI. Lecturer, Corpus 
Christi Coll., 1906-. Recreations : 
Golf, lawn tennis, cricket, sailing. 
Addresses : Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford ; Chelston Dene, Torquay. 

Philipson-Stow, Robert Frederic : 
b. March 8, 1878 ; s. of Sir 
F. Philipson-Stow, ist Bart., of 
Femhvu-st, Sussex ; m. July 28, 
1906, Fernande, d. of Marc 
Dieuset, of Paris. Educ. Harrow ; 
BalUol 1895-6, 9 {A.L.S., W.H.F.). 
Union Soc. Trooper in ist Wilts. 
Imperial Yeomanry 1900, Lieut. 
Dorset Imperial Yeomanry 1901— 2, 
King's and Queen's Medals, with 
five clasps, S. African War ; Bar- 
rister, I.T., 1905 ; Leyden Univ. 
1906 ; Advocate in Supreme Court 
of Cape of Good Hope 1907 ; 
editor of South African News, 
Capetown, 190S-10 ; delegate to 
Imperial Press Conference, Lon- 
don, 1909. Club : Union. Ad- 
dress : Fernhurst, Sussex. 

Phillips, Edmund Ragland : b. 
Sept. 16, 1876 ; s. of J. S. R. 
PhUIips, of Manchester, editor of 
Yorkshire Post ; tn. July 12, 
1899, Elaine, d. of J. Atkinson 
Grimshaw, Artist. Issue : one 
son, one daughter. Educ. George 
Watson's Coll., Edinburgh ; Leeds 
Gr. School ; Balliol 1 897-1 900 
(H. Williamson, J.L.S.D.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1898 ; 2nd Jur., and 
B.A., 1900. Union and Arnold 
Socs. Joiurnalist ; Assist. Editor 
Eastern Morning Gazette, Norwich ; 
ditto Yorkshire Post, 1903- ; 
occasipnal contributor to The 
Times ; member of City Council 
(Chairman of Higher Education 
Sub-Committee) 1 907-11, and of 
Court of Univ., Governor of Girls' 
High School, Chairman of Phil 
May Memorial, and Treas. of 
Territorial Recruiting Committees, 
Leeds. Recreations : Lecturing, 
microscopy, painting in water 
colours, wood- work. Address : 



II Oakfield Terrace, Headingley, 
Leeds. 
Phillips, Francis Angelo Theodore : 

b. Aug. 3, 1857 ; s. of Major-Gen. 
G. R. Phillips, Indian Army ; 
tn. Dec. 16, 1890, Catharine, d. 
of Rev. W. Robbins, Vicar of 
Shropham. Issue : one son, two 
daughters. Educ. Winchester 
(Sch.) ; Balliol 1878-80 (A.T.); 
Univ. Assoc. XI 1879-80. Union, 
Brakenbury,and Dervorguilla Socs . 
I.C.S., Central Provinces ; Assist. 
Commissioner 1880 ; Personal 
Assist, to Chief ditto 1883 ; 
Deputy 1884, Commissioner 1898 ; 
Officiated as Chief ditto 1907, 9 ; 
Additional Member of Governor- 
General's Council 1910 ; retired 
1913. Recreations : Lawn tennis, 
golf, riding, shooting. Club : 
East India United Service. Ad- 
dress : Avondale, Moat Croft 
Road, Eastbourne. 

^Phillips, Francis Barclay Willmer : 
b. Sept. 12, 1853 ; s. of Barclay 
Phillips, of Hove. Educ. Wick 
School, Brighton ; Balliol 1871-5 
(F. de P.,T.H.G., H. J.S.S., J.W.R.); 
Ex. ; 2nd CI., and ist Math. Mods. 
1873 ; 2nd Math., and B.A., 1875 ; 
M.A. and M.B. 1885 ; M.D. 1899. 
Formerly House Physician and 
Resident Obstetric Assist., Guy's 
Hospital ; Medical Officer of 
Health for Borough, and Physician 
to County Hospital, Bedford. 
Address : 7 Harpur Place, Bedford. 

Phillips, Francis Rudolf: b. April 
II, 1888 ; s. of Sir Lionel Phillips, 
1st Bart. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1908-11 (F.F.U., H.W.C.D., 
A.L.S.) ; 2nd Mod. Hist., and 
B.A., 1911 ; won Coll. 100 yards ; 
Union and Brakenbury (Pres.) 
Socs. Barrister-at-law, I.T., 1912 ; 
member of Cavendish and of 
Workers' Educ. Assocs., and of 
Borough Advisory Committee 
of Juvenile Labour Exchange. 
Clubs : St. James's, Cavendish, 
Royal Automobile. Addresses : 
Tylney Hall, Winchfield, Hants ; 
II Park Lane, London, W. 

Phillpotts, Ralegh Buller : b. Oct. 
22, 1871 ; s. of W. F. Phillpotts, 



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of Englefield Green, Surrey ; m. 
1898, Jean, d. of Alan Stewart, of 
Innerhadden, Perthshire. Issue : 
one son. Educ. Winchester (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1890-3 (T.R.) ; ist Jur., 
and B.A., 1893 ; Rugby XV ; 
Cricket XL Dervorguilla and 
Annandale (Pres.) Socs. Barrister, 
L.I., 1894 ; practised at Chancery 
Bar until 1901 ; Sec. and Legal 
Adviser of British Westinghouse 
Co. 1 901-4 ; Legal Adviser to 
Speyer Bros., Bankers, 1904-7 ; 
became Solicitor, and joined firm 
of Surtees, Phillpotts, & Co., 1907 ; 
Director of Manila Railway Co. ; 
Chairman of Manaos Improve- 
ments, Ltd. Publication: Assist. 
Editor of White and Tudor Leading 
Cases in Equity. Clubs : Brooks's, 
New University, City of London. 
Addresses : 4 Chester St., London, 
S.W. ; 6 St. Helen's Place, Lon- 
don, E.C. 

Phipps, Paul : b. March 3, 1880 ; 
s. of W. W. Phipps, of London ; 
tn. 1909, Nora, d. of C. D. Lang- 
home, of Greenwood, Virginia, 
U.S.A. Issue : one daughter. 
Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1898-1901 
(F. de P., A.L.S.) ; 3rd CI. Mods. 
1900 ; B.A. 1902. Dervorguilla 
and Annandale Socs. Architect 
(articled to E. L. Lutyens, 
F.R.I.B.A.) ; practised in West- 
minster 1904-U ; went into 
partnership with Hoult Horton, 
Victoria, B.C., 1911 ; Licentiate 
R.I.B.A. Club : Brooks's. Ad- 
dress : 714 Pacific Building, Van- 
couver, British Columbia, Canada. 

•Piekard-Cambridge, Arthur Wal- 
lace : b. Jan. 20, 1873 ; s. of 
Rev. Octavius Pickard-Cambridge, 
F.R.S., Rector of Bloxworth and 
Winterboume Tomson, Dorset ; 
m. Jan. 3, 1901, Hilda Margaret, 
d. of J. M. Hunt, of Holmwood. 
Educ. Weymouth Coll. (Sch.) ; 
Balliol 1891-5 (F. de P., W.R.H., 
E.A., J.L.S.D., J.A.S.) ; Sch. and 
Jenkyns Ex. ; ist CI. Mods., and 
Craven Sch., 1893 ; ist Lit. 
Hum., and B.A., 1895 ; M.A. 
1898. Union and Brakenbury 
(Pres.) Socs. Fellow 1895-7, Tutor 



1895-8, Oriel Coll. ; Tutorial Fellow 
1898-, Dean of Exams. 1899- 
191 3 ; Jowett Lecturer in the 
Greek Language and Literature 
1901- ; Jun. Bursar 1903-12, 
Lib. 1913-, Balliol ; served as 
Master of the Schools, CI. Modera- 
tor, and Exam, for Hertford, 
Ireland, and Craven Schs., and for 
the Gaisford Prizes ; member of 
Delegacy for Exam, and Inspec. of 
Schools 1907-, Boards of Faculty 
of Arts (Lit. Hum.) 1909-13, and 
Studies for Responsions 1910-, 
Curator of the Botanic Garden 
1911-; member of Ashmolean, 
Hellenic, and Horticultural Socs., 
Soc. for Roman Studies, and of 
Dorset Field and Oxford Alpine 
Clubs. Publications : Selected 
Fragments of Greek Comedy (edited) 
1901 ; translation of Demosthenes' 
Public Speeches, 1912 ; Demos- 
thenes (in Heroes of the Nations 
Series), 191 3 ; many articles in 
Guardian, Independent Review, 
&c., mainly 1 899-1904. Recrea- 
tions : Entomology, botany, travel- 
ling, gardening, music. Addresses : 
Balliol College, and St. Catherine's, 
Headington Hill, Oxford. 

Pickard-Cambrldge, Rev. Charles 
Owen : b. {Nov. 9, 1874 ; s. of 
Rev. Octavius Pickard-Cambridge, 
F.R.S., Rector of Bloxworth and 
Winterboume Tomson, Dorset. 
Educ. Weymouth Coll. ; Balliol 
1892-7 (J.L.S.D., W.R.H., E.J.P., 
A.L.S.). Brakenbury Sch, ; 2nd 
CI. Mods. 1894; 2nd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1896 ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1897 ; M.A. 1899. Union 
and Brakenbury Socs. Lecturer, 
University Coll., Sheffield, 1897-8 ; 
Assist. Master Cheltenham Coll., 
1899-1900 ; ordained d. 1900, 
p. 1901 ; Curate of St. John's 
and St. Paul's Churches, Wal- 
worth, 1901-6 ; S.P.G. Missioner 
in Dio. of S. Tokyo 1906-12; 
Missioner in Dio. of Kiushiu 1914-. 
Address : 2 To no o cho, Saiseho, 
Kiushiu, Japan. 

*Piekard-Cambridge, William Adair: 
b. Dec. 14, 1879 ; s. of Rev. Octa- 
vius Pickard-Cambridge, F.R.S., 



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Rector of Bloxworth and Winter- 
bourne Tomson, Dorset. Educ. 
Weymouth Coll. (Sch.) ; Balliol 
1898-1902 (E.A., J.A.S.) ; Sch. and 
Jenkyns Ex. ; ist CI. Mods., and 
Hon. Mention, Hertford Sch., 1900; 
1st Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1902 ; 
M.A. 1905. Brakenbury Soc. 
Assist. Master, Winchester, 1 902-5 ; 
Fellow of Magdalen 1904-12 ; 
Assist. Lecturer in Classics, Hert- 
ford, 1906-12 ; ditto Tutor, Jesus 
1906-, Pembroke 1911-12, Colls. ; 
CI. Moderator 1914-16. Address : 
42 New-Inn-Hall St., Oxford. 

Pickering, Percival Spencer Umfre- 
Vllle : b. March 6, 1858 ; s. of 
P. A. Pickering, Q.C. ; m. 1898, 
Ethel Laura, d. of Frederick 
WiUmott. Educ. Eton; Balliol 
1877-80 (W.W.F.) ; Brakenbury 
Sch. ; ist Nat. Sci. 1879 ; B.A. 
1880; M.A. 1883. Dervorguilla 
Soc. Formerly Modem Master, 
Highgate School, and Chemical 
Prof, at Bedford Coll. ; Founder 
and Director of Wobum Experi- 
mental Fruit Farm 1893- ; F.R.S. 
1890. Publications : about two 
hundred papers on Chemistry, 
Physics, and Horticulture. Club : 
Athenaeiim. Addresses : Harpen- 
den, Herts. ; Woolacombe, N. 
Devon. 

*Pilkington, Arthur Hamilton : b. 
Dec. 27, 1858 ; 5. of Wilham 
Pilkington, of Carrick, Ireland ; 
tn. 1895, Wilhelmina, d. of J. F. 
Hirsch. Issue : two daughters. 
Educ. King William's Coll., I. of 
M. (Cambridge Ex.) ; St. Peter's 
Coll. (CI. Sch.) 1879-82, ist Div., 
2nd Class, CI. Tripos, and B.A. 
1882, M.A. 1898, Cambridge ; in- 
corporated, andM.A., Balliol, 1898. 
Master, King William's Coll., I. of 
M., 1882-5 ; St. Edward's School 
1886-8; ditto, and Bursar, Oxford 
Preparatory School, 1 890-1 904 ; 
Private Tutor 1904-. Address : 
21 Bardwell Road, Oxford. 

Pinlserton, Robert Hamilton : b. 
Feb. 22, 1855 ; s. of John Pinker- 
ton, of Rutherglen, Co. Lanark ; 
m. July 5, 1888, Isabella, d. of 
John McLean, of Glasgow. Issue : 



one son, one daughter. Educ. 
High School, and Univ. (Metcalfe 
Bursar), Glasgow ; Balliol 1877- 
80 (J.W.R., W.H.F., W.W.F.) ; 
Snell Ex. ; ist Math. Mods. 1878 ; 
ist Math. 1880; B.A. 1881. 
Clark Sch. 1879, Assist, to Prof, of 
Math. 1884-6, Exam, in Math, to 
Local Exam. Board 1886-90, 
Prelim, ditto in Math, and Dy- 
namics 1892-6, member of Joint 
Board of Prelim. Exams, of the 
four Scottish Univs. 1894-6, 
Glasgow Univ. ; Chief. Exam, in 
Math, to Central Welsh Board 
Assist. Lecturer in Math. 1887 
Prof, of Applied Math. 1896-, 
University Coll., Cardiff. Publica 
tions : various educational works, 
and papers in the Proc. of Edin 
burgh Math. Soc. Recreations 
Walking, skating, fruit-growing 
Club : University and City (Car 
diff). Address: University College, 
Cardiff. 

Pinsent, Richard Parker : b. March 
21, 1894 ; s. of H. C. Pinsent, of 
Foxcombe, Oxford. Educ. Marl- 
borough ; Balliol 1913- (H.B.H.) ; 
Williams Ex. Address: Glenfield, 
Foxcombe, Oxford. 

Pirie, Francis Logic : see Logie- 
Pirie, F. 

Pittar, Charles William Ersldne : 
b. Nov. 2, 1863 ; s. of C. F. Pittar, 
Solicitor, of Calcutta ; tn. Mabel 
Frances, d. of W. P. Austin, 
Madras C. S. Issue : one son, 
one daughter. Educ. Bedford Gr. 
School; Balliol 1882-4 (A.T., 
W.M.) ; I.C.S. Bengal ; Assist. 
Magistrate and Collector 1884 ; 
Assist, and Deputy Commissioner, 
Assam, 1889-95 ; Joint Magis- 
trate and Deputy Collector 1895 ; 
District Sessions Judge 1896 ; 
transferred to Bihar 1912 ; retired 
1913. Addresses : Tudor House, 
300 Woodstock Road, Oxford ; 
c/o Thomas Cook & Son, Ludgate 
Circus, London, E.C. 

Platel, John Joseph : b. 1870 ; s. of 
J. L. Platell, of Calcutta. Educ. 
St. Xavier's Coll., Calcutta ; Bal- 
liol 1890-3 (W.M., A.L.S.) ; 2nd 
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Platts, William Arthur Frank : 

b. Dec. 8, 1881 ; s. of J. T. Platts, 
Reader in Persian in the Univ. of 
Oxford ; m. March 1910, Made- 
leine Elizabeth Lavie, niece of 
Rev. R. H. Charles, D.D., Fellow 
of Merton Coll. Educ. St Edward's 
School, Oxford ; Balliol 1899- 
1902 (A.W.P.C, J.L.S.D.) ; B.A. 
and M.A. 1906 ; Eight ; Fovir 
(Henley). Union Soc. Studied at 
Wren's 1903-5 ; Private Tutor, 
Worcester, 1905-6 ; Assist. Dis- 
trict Commissioner, British E. 
Africa Protectorate, 1907; Dis- 
trict Commissioner 1913. Re- 
creations : Cricket, football, golf, 
shooting, &c. Address : c/o The 
Treasury, Nairobi, British East 
Africa. 

Plimsoll, Samuel Richard Cobden : 
b. Dec. 15, 1887; .9. of Samuel Plim- 
soll, of Harrogate. Educ. Welling- 
ton Coll. ; Balliol 1906-10 (A.L.S., 
E.J.P., A.W.P.C.) ; 2nd Mod. 
Hist. 1910. Address : 15 Reynolds 
Close, Golder's Green, London, 
N.W. 

Plowden, Philip Peter Meredyth 
Chichele : b. Oct. 28, 1888 ; s. of 
Lieut.-Col. Walter Plowden. Educ. 
ElthamColl. (Royal Naval School) ; 
BalUol 1907-9 (A.L.S., H.M.W.) ; 
Brakenbury Sch. ; 2nd Lit. Hum. 
and B.A., 1910 ; Eight (Cox). 
Union, Arnold, and Jowett Socs. 
I.C.S. Address : c/o Grindlay & 
Co., 54 Parliament Street, London, 
S.W. 

Pocklington, Geofib^y Richard : 
b. Oct. 30, 1879 ; s. of Col. 
Frederic Pocklington, 5 th North- 
umberland Fusiliers. Educ. Ros- 
sall (Foundation Sch.) ; Balliol 
1898-1902 (E.A., J.L.S.D.) ; Ex. ; 
ist CI. Mods. 1900 ; 3rd Lit. Hum., 
and B.A., 1902. Union and 
Arnold Socs. Engaged in edu- 
cational work 1902-6 ; joined 
literary staff of W. H. Smith & 
Son 1906. Addresses : 55 Fetter 
Lane, E.C. ; Chelsworth Cottage, 
Warley, Essex. 

PoIIexfen, Guy Barclay : 6. Sept. 14, 
1883 ; s. of F. H. Pollexfen, Ship- 
broker, of Liverpool. Educ. Bir- 



kenhead Institute ; Balliol 1902- 
6 (J.W.R., F.F.U.) ; 3rd Math. 
Mods., 1904 ; 3rd Mod. Hist. 1906. 
Forest Assistant, Bombay-Burma 
Trading Corporation 1906-. Ad- 
dresses : c/o Bombay-Burma 
Trading Corporation, Ltd., Ran- 
goon, Burma ; 3 Chetwjmd Road, 
Oxton, Birkenhead. 
Pomeroy, Hon. Ralph Legge : b. 
Dec. 31, 1869 ; 5. of 6th Viscount 
Harberton; m. June 25, 1907, 
Mary Catherine, d.- of Arthur 
Leatham, of Miserden Park, Ciren- 
cester. Issue : two sons. Educ. 
Charterhouse ; BalUol 1888-91 
(A.L.S., J.L.S.D., W.H.F.) ; 3rd 
Mod. Hist, and B.A., 1891. 
Dervorguilla Soc. (Pres.). Joined 

1893, Capt. 1901, retired 1904, 5th 
Dragoon Guards ; served in de- 
fence of Ladysmith, Orange Free 
State, and E. Transvaal, severely 
wounded 1902, Queen's (three 
clasps) and King^ (two clasps) 
medals, S.A. War. Recreation : 
Hunting. C/m6 : Cavalry. Address: 
Greens Norton Court, Northants. 

Ponsonby, Arthur Augustus William 
Harry : b. Feb. 16, 1871 ; s. of 
Gen. the Rt. Hon. Sir Henry 
Ponsonby ; tn. April 1898, 
Dorothea, d. of Sir Hubert Parry, 
ist Bart. Issue : one son, one 
daughter. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 
1890-2 (W.H.F.,A.L.S.). Dervor- 
guUla Soc. Page of Honour to 
Queen Victoria 1882-7 ; passed 
Exams, for Diplomatic Service 

1894, and in Public Law and 
Turkish ; served at Constanti- 
nople, Copenhagen, and in Foreign 
Office 1894 -1903; on staff 
of Liberal Central Association 
1903-5 ; Principal Private Sec. to 
IMme Minister (Sir H. Campbell- 
Bannerman) 1905-8 ; contested 
(L.) Taimton 1906 ; M.P. Stirling 
Burghs X908-. Publications : The 
Camel and the Needle's Eye, 1909 ; 
The Decline of Aristocracy, 1912. 
Club : National Liberal. Address : 
Shulbrede Priory, Lynchmere, 
Sussex. 

Ponsonby, Charles Edward : b. 
Sept. 2, 1879; s. of Hon. E. C. W. 



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Ponsonby, of Woodleys, Wood- 
stock. Educ. Eton ; Balliol 1898- 
1901 (A.W.P.C. E.J.); 3rd CI. 
Mods. 1899 ; 3rd Jur., and B.A., 
1901 ; Cricket and Assoc. XI's ; 
Brakenbnry Soc. (Pres.). Articled 
to Bompas, BischofE & Co. 1901 ; 
Solicitor 1904-8 ; Director of 
Canadian Agency, Ltd., &c., 
1909-. Club : Brooks's. Ad- 
dresses : 6 Princes Street, London, 
E.C., ; Woodleys, Woodstock. 

Poole, Edward Humphry Lane : 
b. Nov. 25, 1888 ; s. of R. L. 
Poole, Keeper of the Archives, 
and Lecturer in Diplomatic in the 
Univ. of Oxford. Educ. Rugby ; 
Magdalen Coll. School ; Balliol 
1908-12 (A.W.P.C, A.L.S.) ; 3rd 
CI. Mods. 1910 ; 2nd Mod. Hist., 
and B.A., 1912. In the Adminis- 
tration of Northern Nigeria. Ad- 
dress : The Museum House, Ox- 
ford. 

*PooIe, R^inald Lane : b. March 
29, 1857 ; s. of E. S. Poole, of the 
Science and Art Dept. ; w. 1881, 
Rachel Emily, d. of F. R. Malleson. 
Issue : two sons, two daughters. 
Educ. Private ; Balliol 1874-9, 
except from Hilary T. 1876 to 
Trinity T. 1877, when a member 
of Wadham, (F. de P., T.K.C., 
J.F.B.) ; Busby Theol. Prizeman 
1874 ; Hody Hebrew Ex. (Wad- 
ham) 1876-7 ; 3rd CI. Mods. 1876 ; 
2nd Theol., and B.A. 1878 ; 2nd 
Mod. Hist., and Lothian Prize, 
1879 ; M.A. 1881. Assist, in 
Dept. of MSS., British Museum, 
1 880-1 ; lived in Germany and 
Switzerland 1881-3 ; Lecturer in 
Mod. Hist., Jesus Coll., 1886-1910 ; 
External Examiner in Victoria 
Univ., Manchester, 1889-91, 1906- 
7 ; Univ. Lecturer in Diplomatic 
1896- ; Examiner in Mod. Hist. 
1896-7 ; Delegate of Privileges 
1897, 8, 1900, 02, 04, 08, and 
Bodleian Library Tercentenary 
1902 ; Fe