Skip to main content

Full text of "Who was who : a companion to Who's who, containing the biographies of those who died during the period .."

See other formats


WHO'S WHO, 1920 

AN ANNUAL BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY 
Demy 8vo, doth. Price 4Os. net. (By Post, 40s. 9d.) 

This years issue contains about 30,000 biographies. 
Every biography is submitted annually for personal 
revision. 

"That amazingly useful book 'Who's Who.'" THEODORE 
WATTS-DUNTON. 

" ' Who's Who' that Domesday book of self-revelation." 
Daily Express. 

"It should be called an institution rather than a book." 
Sheffield Independent. 

TITLES 

A Guide to the Right Use of British Titles 

and Honours 
Or. 8vo, limp cloth. Price Is. 6d. net. (By Post, Is. 8d.) 

'"A most useful little ' guide.' " The Universe. 
" ' Titles ' ranks well in the celebrated ' Who's Who ' company 
of indispensables. " Sheffield Daily Telegraph. 

PUBLISHED BY 

A. & C. BLACK, LTD., 4 SOHO SQUARE, LONDON, W.I. 



AGENTS 

AMERICA . . THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 

64 & 66 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 

AUSTRALASIA THE OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 

205 FLINDERS LANE, MELBOURNE 

CANADA . . THE MACMILLAN COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD. 

ST. MARTIN'S HOUSE, 70 BOND STREET, TORONTO 

INDIA . . . MACMILLAN & COMPANY, LTD. 

MACMILLAN BUILDING, BOMBAY 
309 Bow BAZAAR STREET, CALCUTTA 




WHO WAS 
WHO 

A COMPANION TO" WHO S WHO' 

CONTAINING THE BIOGRAPHIES 

OF THOSE WHO DIED 

DURING THE PERIOD 

1897-1916. 




PUBLISHED BY A & C BLACK LIMITED 
4 5 &-6-SOHO SQUARE LONDON-W 

192O 



vi 



PREFACE 

THE annual volumes of Who's Who are confined to those still 
living. But it has long been felt that it is not the biographies 
of the living only that are required. 

To learn details of the career of a distinguished man recently 
dead, it has so far been necessary to look him up in a back 
volume of Who's Who, This entailed on the busy journalist, or 
man of affairs, the necessity for keeping the whole of the past 
volumes on his shelves. To obviate this the biographies of all 
those who died between 1897' and 1916 (the first twenty years 
of the new issue of Who's Who) have now been re-edited and 
collected into the present volume, which forms a companion 
book to the older one, and will probably prove as indispensable. 

It had been the intention of the Publishers to bring this 
volume out in 1916, but difficulties arising out of the war un- 
fortunately rendered that impossible. 

24 Sept. 1919. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



Al . . First Bate (at Lloyd's). 

A.A.G. . Assistant-Adjutant-General. 

A.B. . . Bachelor of Arts; able-bodied 
seaman. 

Abp. . . Archbishop. 

A.C. . . Ante Christum (before Christ). 

A.C.A. . Associate of the Institute of 
Chartered Accountants. 

Acad. . . Academy. 

A. C.G.I. . Associate of City and Guilds of 
London Institute. 

A.C.I.S. . Associate of the Chartered In- 
stitute of Secretaries. 

A.C.S. . Additional Curates Society. 

A.D. . . Anno Domini. 

A.D.C. . Aide-de-camp. 

Ad eund, . Ad eimdem gradum (admitted to 
the same degree). 

Adj. . . Adjutant. 

Ad lib . . Ad libitum (at discretion). 

Adm. . . Admiral. 

A.D.O.S. . Assistant Director of Ordnance 
Stores. 

Adv. . . Advocate. 

A.D.V.S. . Assistant Director of Veterinary 
Services. 

Advt. . . Advertisement. 

Jt., ^Btat. JZtatis (aged). 

Aft. . . Afternoon. 

A.G. . . Attorney - General ; Adjutant- 
General. 

A.G.I. . Associate of the Institute of 
Certificated Grocers. 

A.I.F. . Australian Imperial Forces. 

A.I.G. . . Adjutant-Inspector-General. 

A.K.C. . Associate of King's College, 
London. 

Ala. . . Alabama (U.S.) 

Alta. . . Alberta. 

A.L.I.. . Argyll Light Infantry. 

A.M. . . Ante Meridiem (before mid-day) ; 
Anno Mundi (in the year of 
the world) ; Master of Arts ; 
Alpes Maritimes. 

A.M.I.C.E. Associate Member of Institute of 
Civil Engineers. 

A.M.I.E.E. Associate Member of Institute of 
Electrical Engineers. 

A.N.A. . Associate National Academician 
(America). 

Auat. . . Anatomy ; Anatomical. 

Anon. . Anonymously. 

A.O.D. Army Ordnance Department. 

A. P. D . Army Pay Department. 

A . P . S . Aborigines Protection Society. 

A.Q.M .G. Assistant-Quartermaster-General 

A.R.A. Associate of the Royal Academy. 

Ar. Agt. Army Agent. 

A.R.A.M. Associate of the Royal Academy 
of Music. 

A.R.C.A. . Associate Royal Cambrian 
Academy. 

A.R.C.E. . Academical Rank of Civil En- 
gineers. 

vii 



Archt. . . Architect. 

A.R.C.O. . Associate Royal College of 

Organists. 
A.R.C.S. . Associate Royal College of 

Science. 
A.R.E. . Associate of Royal Society of 

Painter Etchers. 
A.R.I.B.A. Associate of the Royal Institute 

of British Architects. 
Ark. . . Arkansas (U.S.) 
A . R . M . S . . Associate of the Royal Society of 

Miniature Painters. 

A.R.S.A. Associate Royal Scottish Academy. 
A . R . S . M . . Associate Royal School of Mines . 
Art. . . Artist. 
A.R.W.S. . Associate Royal Society of 

Painters in Water- Colours. 
A.S. . . Anglo-Saxon. 
A.S.A.M. . Associate of the Society of Art 

Masters. 

A.S.C. . Army Service Corps. 
Ass. or Assist. Assistant. [General. 

Ass. Commiss. Gen. Assistant-Commissary- 



Assoc.Sc. 
Astr. . 
Ath. . 
A.U.C. 

A.V. . 
Av. 

A.V.D. 
Avoird. 



Associate in Science. 
Astronomy. 
Athabasca (Canada). 
Anno urbis conditce (from the 
foundation of the city) (Rome). 
Authorised Version. 
Avenue. 

Army Veterinary Department. 
Avoirdupois. 



B. . . 
b . . . 
B.A. . 
B.A.I.. 
B . A. O . 
Ball. . 
bar. . 
Barr. . 
Bart, or 
Batt. or 
B.C. . 
B . Chir . 
B . C . ! . 
B.C.S. 
B.D. . 
Bd. . 
B.E. . 
Beds . 
Berks . 
B.Litt. 
B.M.A. 
B.M.J. 
B . N . C . 
Bom. C. 
Bom. S. 
Bot. . 
B.P. . 
Bp. . 
Brev. . 
Brig. . 



. Baron. 

. born ; brother. 

. Bachelor of Arts. 

. Bachelor of Engineering. 

. Bachelor of Obstetrics. 

. Balliol. 

. Barometer. 

. Barrister. 

Bt. Baronet. 
Batn. Battalion. 

. Before Christ ; British Columbia. 

. Bachelor of Surgery. 

. Bachelor of Civil Law. 

. Bengal Civil Service. 

. Bachelor of Divinity. 

. Board. 

. Bachelor of Engineering. 

. Bedfordshire. 

. Berkshire. 

. Bachelor of Letters. 

. British Medical Association. 

. British MedicalJournal. 

. Brasenose College. 

S. . Bombay Civil Service. 

C. . Bombay Staff Corps. 

. Botany; Botanical. 

. British Public. 

. Bishop. 

. Brevet. 

. Brigade; Brigadier. 



Vlll 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



B.S. 
B.S.C.. 
B.Sc. . 
B.Th. 
B.V.M. 
Bucks . 



Bachelor of Surgery. 
Bengal Staff Corps. 
Bachelor of Science. 
Bachelor of Theology. 
Blessed Virgin Mary. 
Buckinghamshire. 



(C.) . . Conservative; 100. 

c. . . . Cents ; centimes ; child. 

C.A. . . County Alderman; Chartered 

Accountant (Scotland). 
Cal. . . California (U.S.) 
Caxnbs . Cambridgeshire. 
Cantab. . Of Cambridge University. 
Capt. . . Captain. 
Cav. . . Cavalry. 
C.B. . . Companion of the Bath ; Confined 

to Barracks. 
C.B.E. . Commander Order of the British 

Empire. 

C.B.S.A. . Clay Bird Shooting Association. 
C.C. . . County Councillor ; Cricket Club ; 

Cycling Club ; County Court. 
C.C.C. . Corpus Christi College. 
C.C.S. . . Ceylon Civil Service. 
C.E. . . Civil Engineer. 
C.E.T.S. . Church of England Temperance 

Society. 

C.F. . . Chaplain to the Forces. 
Cf. . . Compare. 
C.H. . . Companion of Honour. 
Ch. . . Chief. 
Chanc . . Chancellor ; Chancery. 
Chap. . . Chaplain. 
Ch.B, .- . Bachelor of Surgery. 
Ch.Ch. . Christ Church. 
Ch.Coll. . Christ's College. 
Ch.M. . . Master of Surgery. 
Chin. . . Chairman. 
C.I. . . Imperial Order of the Crown of 

India. 

C . I . D , Criminal Investigation Department. 
C.I.E. . . Companion of the Order of the 

Indian Empire. 
Cir. . . Circus. 
Circ. . . Circa. 
C.I.V. . . City Imperial Volunteers. 
Civ. Serv. . Civil Service. 
C.J. . ... Chief Justice. 
C.Ii. . . Commander of Order of Leopold. 
Cl. . . Class. 
C . M , . . Church Missionary. 
C.M. . . Master in Surgery. 
C.M. . . Certificated Master. 
C . M . G . . Companion of St. Michael and St. 

George. 

C.M.S. . Church Missionary Society. 
C.O. . . Commanding Officer. 
C.O. . . Colonial Office. 
Co. . . County; Company. 
Col. . . Colony; Colonel. 
Coll. . . College ; Collegiate. 
Colo. . . Colorado (U.S.) 
Col.-Sergt. Colour-Sergeant. 
Comdg. . Commanding. 
Comdt. . Commandant. 
Com.-in-Chf. Commander-in-Chief. 
Comm. . Commander. 
Comr. . . Commissioner. 
Corny. -Gen. Commissary-General. 
Conn. . . Connecticut (U.S.) 
Corp. . . Corporal. 
Corr. Mem. Corresponding Member or Fel- 

or Fell. low. 

C.O.S. . . Charity Organisation Society. 
C.P.R. . Canadian Pacific Railway. 
Cr. . . Crown. 
cr. . . created. 
Cres. . . Crescent. 
C.S. . . Civil Service. 
C . S . C . . Conspicuous Service Cross. 
C.S.I. . . Companion of the Order of the 

Star of India. 



C.SS.R. . Congregation of the Most Holy 
Redeemer (Red emptorist Order). 
C.T.C. . Cyclists' Touring Club. 
C.U. . . Cambridge University. 
C.U.A.C. . Cambridge Univ. Athletic Club. 
C . U . B . C . Cam bridge University Boating Club. 
C . U . C . C . Cambridge University Cricket Club. 
C.U.F.C. . Cambridge Univ. Football Club. 
C.V.O. . Commander of the Royal Vic- 

torian Order. 
Cwt. . Hundredweight. 

D. . . . Duke; 500 (Roman numerals). 
d. . . . Pence ; died ; daughter. 
D.A.A.G. . Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant-Gen- 

eral. 
D.A.D.Q. . Deputy Assistant Director of 

Quartering. 

D.A.G. . Deputy- Adjutant-General. 
D.A.Q.M.G. Deputy - Assistant Quarter- 

master-General. 
D.B.E. . Dame Commander Order of the 

British Empire. 

B.C. . . District of Columbia (U.S.) 
D.C.Ii. . Doctor of Civil Law. 
D.D. . . Doctor of Divinity. [plies. 

D.D.M.S. . Deputy Director of Medical Sup- 
D . D . S . . Doctor of Dental Surgery. 
deg. . . Degree. 
Del. . . Delaware (U.S.) 
del. . . (L. delineavit), he drew. 
Dele, or d. . Cancel. 
D.Engr. . Doctor of Engineering. 
Dep. . . Deputy. 
Depart. . Department. 
D.F.C. . Distinguished Flying Cross. 
D.G, . . (Dei Gratia), by the grace of God 

Dragoon Guards. 
D.G.M.W. Director - General of Military 

Works. 

Dioc. . . Diocese ; Diocesan. 
Diplo. . . Diplomatic. 
Dist.R. . District Railway. 
Ditto or do. (It.), the same. 
Div. . . Division ; Divorced. 
D.Ii. . . Deputy-Lieutenant. 
D.Ii.I. . . Durham Light Infantry. 
D . Litt . or D . Lit . Doctor of Literature. 
Do. or $ . Dollar. 
D.O.M. . Deo Optimo Maximo. 
Dona. . . Dominus. 
Dow. . . Dowager. 
D.P.H. . Diploma in Public Health. 
Dr. . . Doctor ; Debtor. 
dr. . . Drachm. 

Dr. Univ. Par. Doctor of University of Paris. 
D.Sc. . . Doctor of Science. 
D.S.O. . Companion of the Distinguished 

Service Order. 

d.s.p. . . died without issue. 
D.Theol. . Doctor of Theology. 
D.V. . . (L. Deo volente), God willing. 
dwt. . . pennyweight. 
12mo . . duodecimo (folded in 12). 



E. . . . East; Earl. 

Ebor. . . (Eboracensis) of York. 

B.C. . . East Central (postal district). 

Eccl. . . Ecclesiastical. 

E.C.U. . English Church Union. 

Ed. . . Editor. 

Edin. . . Edinburgh. 

Educ. . . Educated. 

Edw. . . Edward. 

E.E. . . Early English. 

e.g. . . (L. exempli gratia), for example. 

E.I. . . East Indian. 

E.I. C.S. . East India Company's Service. 

Ency. Brit. Encyclopaedia Britannica. 

Eng. . . England. 

eng. . . Engineer. 

esp. . . especially. 

E. AcW.Ii.R. East and West London Railway 

Ext. . Extinct. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



f. . . fathoms. 

F.A. . Football Association. 

Fahr. . Fahrenheit. 

F.A.I. . Fellow of Auctioneers' Institute. 

F.A.S.B. Fellow of Asiatic Soc. of Bengal. 

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

F.B.O.U. Fellow British Ornithologists' 
Union. 

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

F. C.G.I. . Fellow of City and Guilds of 
London Institute. 

F.C.I.S. . Fellow of the Chartered Institute 
of Secretaries. 

Fcp. . . Foolscap. 

F.C.P. . Fellow College of Preceptors. 

F.C.S. . . Fellow of the Chemical Society. 

F.C.T.B. . Fellow of the College of Teachers 
of the Blind. 

F.E.I.S. . Fellow of the Educational Insti- 
tute of Scotland. 

F , E . S , . Fellow of Entomological Society. 

F.F.A. . Fellow of Faculty of Actuaries. 

F. F.P.S. . Fellow of the Royal Faculty of 
Physicians and Surgeons (Glas- 
gow). 

F.G.I.. . Fttllowof the Institute of Certifi- 
cated Grocers. 

F.G.S. . . Fellow of the Geological Society. 

F.I. A. . . Fellow of Institute of Actuaries. 

F.I.C. . . Fellow of Institute of Chemistry. 

F.I.D. . Fellow of Institute of Directors. 

F.I.Inst. . Fellow of the Imperial Institute. 

F.J.I. . Fellow of Institute of Journalists. 

Fla. . Florida (U.S.) 

F.L.S. . Fellow of the Linnean Society. 

F.M. . Field-Marshal. 

Fo. . Folio (a sheet of paper folded once). 

F.O. . Foreign Office. 

F.O. . Field Officer. 

f.O.b. . Free on board. 

F.P. . Fire-plug. 

F.P.S. . Fellow of Philosophical Society ; 
also of Philharmonic Society. 

F.R. A. I. . Fellow of the Royal Anthropo- 
logical Institute. 

F.R.A.M. . Fellow of the Royal Academy of 
Music. 

F.R.A.S. . Fellow of the Royal Astronomical 
Society. 

F.R.B.S. . Fellow of the Royal Botanic 
Society. 

F.R. C.I. . Fellow of the Royal Colonial 
Institute. 

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

F.R.C.P. . Fellow of the Royal College of 
Physicians. 

F.R.C.P.E. Fellow of the Royal College of 
Physicians of Edinburgh. 

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

F.R.C.V.S. Fellow of the Royal College of 
Veterinary Surgeons. 

F . R . F . P . S . Fellow of Royal Faculty of Phy- 
sician s and Surgeons. 

F.R.G.S. . Fellow of the Royal Geographical 
Society. 

F,R. Hist. S. Fellow of Royal Historical Socy. 

F . R . H ort . S . Fellow of the Royal Horticultural 
Society. 

F.R.I.B.A. Fellow of the Royal Institute of 
British Architects. 

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

F.R.Met.S. Fellow of the Royal Meteoro- 
logical Society. 

F.R.N.S.A. Fellow Royal School Naval 
Architecture. 

F.R.P.S. . Fellow of the Royal Photographic 
Society. 

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

F.R.S.A. . Fellow of the 'Royal Society of 
Arts. 



F.R.S.C. . Fellow of the Royal Society of 
Canada. 

F.R.S.E. . Fellow of the Royal Society of 
Edinburgh. 

F.R.S.G.S. Fellow of the Royal Scottish 
Geographical Society. 

F.R. S.I,. . Fellow of the Royal Society of 
Literature. 

F.S.A. . Fellow of the Society of Anti- 
quaries. 

F.S.A.A. . Fellow of the Society of Account- 
ants and Auditors. 

F.S.A.S. . Fellow of the Society of Anti- 
quaries of Scotland. 

F.S.I. . Fellow of Surveyors' Institution. 

F.S.S. . . Fellow of the Royal Statistical 
Society. 

F.S.Sc.A. . Fellow of the Society of Science 
and Art of London. 

F.T.C.D. . Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin. 

F.Z.S. . . Fellow of the Zoological Society. 

F. Z.S.Scot. Fellow of the Zoological Society 
of Scotland. 



Ga. . . Georgia (U.S.) 

Gal. . . Gallon. 

G.B.E. . Knight or Dame Grand Cross 

Order of the British Empire. 
G . C . B . . Knight Grand Cross of the Bath. 
G.C.H. . Knight Grand Cross of Hanover. 
G.C.I.E. . Knight Grand Commander of th e 

Indian Empire. 
G.C.M.G. . Knight Grand Cross of St. Michael 

and St. George. 

G.C.R. . Great Central Railway. 
G. C . S . I . . Knight Grand Commander of the 

Star of India. 
G.C.V.O. . Knight Grand Cross of Royal 

Victorian Order. 

Gdns. . . Gardens. 

Gen. . . General. 
gen. . . genus kind. 
G.E.R. . Great Eastern Railway. 
G.F.S.. . Girls' Friendly Society. 
Gib. . . Gibraltar. 
G.Ii. . . Grand Lodge. 
Glos. . . Gloucestershire. 
G.N.R. . Great Northern Railway. 
Goth. . Gothic. 

Gov. . . Governor. 
Govt. . . Government. 
G.P.O. . General Post Office. 
Gr. . . Greek. 
Gram. Sch. Grammar School. 
g.s. . . Grandson. 
G.W.R. . Great Western Railway. 

H.A.C. . Honourable Artillery Company. 

Hants . . Hampshire. 

Harv. . . Harvard. 

H.B.M. . His Britannic Majesty. 

h.c. . . honoris causa. 

H.E. . . His Excellency. 

H.E.I.C. . Honourable East India Company. 

H.E.I.C.S. Honourable East India Com- 
pany's Service. 

Heir app. . Heir apparent. 

Heir pres. Heir presumptive. 

Herts . . Hertfordshire. 

H F A R.A. Honorary Foreign Associate of 
the Royal Academy. 

H.F.R.A. . Honorary Foreign Member of the 
Royal Academy. 

H.H. . . His (or Her) Highness. 

H I H . His (or Her) Imperial Highness. 

H.I.M. . His (or Her) Imperial Majesty. 

H Ii I . Highland Light Infantry. 

H.M. . . His (or Her) Msjesty. 

H M.I. . His Majesty's Inspector. 

H . M . S . . His Majesty's Ship. 

Hon. . . Honourable. 

(Hon.) . Honorary. 

h.-p. . . half-pay. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



h.p. 
H.Q. . 

(H.R.) 
H.R.C.A. 

H.R.H. 
H.R.H.A. 

H.R.S.A. 

H.S.H. 
Hum. . 
Hunts . 



la. 

I. A. . 

Ib. or Ibid. 

Icel. . 

I.C.S. . 

Id. 

id. 

I.D.B.. 

i.e. 

Ign. . 

I.H.S. 



111. 

I.L.P. . 
Imp. 
I. M.S.. 
Incog. . 
Ind. 
Insp. . 
Inst. . 
I. of M. 
I.O.G.T. 

I.O.O.F. 
I.O.P. . 
I.O.U. . 
I.S.C. . 
I.S.O. . 
I.T. 

Ital. or It. 
ital. . 
I.W. 



J.A. 
Jas. . 
Jes. . 
Job. Jno. 
J.P. . 
Jun. 
Jun. Opt. 



K. . 

Kans. . 
K.B. . 

K.B.E. 

K.C. . 
K.C.B. 
K.C.C. 

K.C.H. 
K.C. I.E. 

K.C.L. 
K.C.M.G. 

K.C. S.I. 
K.C.V.O. 

K.D.G. 
Keb. . 
K.G. . 
K.H. 



horse-power. 

Headquarters. 

Home Ruler. 

Honorary Royal Cambrian 

Academician. 

His (or Her) Royal Highness. 
Honorary Member of Royal 

Hibernian Academy. 
Honorary Member of Royal 

Scottish Academy. 
His (or Her) Serene Highness. 
Humanity, Latin. 
Huntingdonshire. 



Iowa (U.S.) 

Indian Army. 

Ibidem (in the same place). 

Icelandic. 

Indian Civil Service. 

Idaho (U.S.). 

idem (the same). 

illicit diamond buying. 

id est (that is). 

ignotus (unknown). 

Jesus Hominum Salvator (Jesu.s 
the Saviour of Men), more 
correctly IH2, the first three 
letters of the name of Jesus in 
Greek. 

Illinois (U.S.) 

Independent Labour Party. 

Imperial. 

Indian Medical Service. 

Incognito (in secret). 

Indiana (U.S.) 

Inspector. 

Instant ; Institute. 

Isle of Man. 

International Order of Good 
Templars. 

Independent Order of Oddfellows. 

Inst. Painters in Oil Colours. 

I owe you. 

Indian Staff Corps. 

Imperial Service Order. 

Indian Territory (U.S.) 

Italian. 

italics. 

Isle of Wight. 



Judge-Advocate. 
James. 



John. 

Justice of the Peace. 

Junior. 

Junior Optima. 



Ring. 

Kansas (U.S.) 

Knight of the Bath (seldom used 

now) ; Knight Bachelor. 
Knight Commander Order of the 

British Empire. 
King's Counsel. 

Knight Commander of the Bath. 
Commander of Order of Crown, 

Belgian and Congo Free State. 
Knight Commander of Hanover. 
Knight Commander of the Indian 

Empire. 

King's College, London. 
Knight Commander of St. Michael 

and St. George. 
Knight Commander of the Star of 

India. 
Knight Commander of the Royal 

Victorian Order. 
King's Dragoon Guards. 
Keble College, Oxford. 
Knight of the Order of the Garter. 
Knight of Hanover. 



K.H.C. 
K.H. P. 
K.H.S. 

K.-I.-H. 
Kil. . 
Kilo. . 
K.O.S.B. 
K.P. . 
K.R.R. 
K.S. . 
K.S.G. 
K.T. . 
Kt. or Knt. 
Ky. . 



Hon. Chaplain to the King. 
Hon. Physician to the King. 
Hon. Surgeon to the King; 
Knight of the Holy Sepulchre. 
Kaiser-i-Hind. 
Kilometre. 
Kilogramme. 

King's Own Scottish Borderers. 
Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 
King's Royal Rifles. 
King's Scholar. 
Knight of St. Gregory. 
Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 
Knight. 
Kentucky (U.S.) 



(L.) . . Liberal. 

L. . . .50 (Roman numerals). 

. Pounds (sterling). 

1. . left. 

I. A. . . Literate in Arts ; Liverpool 

Academy. 

La. . . Louisiana (U.S.) 
Ii.A.C. . London Athletic Club. 
L.-Corp. or Lance-Corp. Lance-Corporal. 
Lanes . . Lancashire. 
Lat. . . Latin. 
lat. . . latitude. 
Ib . . . . pounds (weight). 
Li.C.C. . London County Council. 
Xj.Ch. . . Licentiate in Surgery. 
L . C . J . . . Lord Chief Justice. 
Ii.C.P. . Licentiate of the College of 

Preceptors. 

L. Div. . Licentiate in Divinity. 
L . D . S . . . Licentiate of Dental Surgery. 
Ii.F.P.S. . Licentiate of the Faculty of 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
Ii.H.D. . (Literarum Humaniorum Doctor) 

Doctor of Literature. 
Ii.I. . . Light Infantry. 
Lie. Med. . Licentiate in Medicine. 
Lieut. . . Lieutenant. 
Line or Lines Lincolnshire. 
Lit. . . Literature; Literary. 
lit. . . literally. 
Lit. Hum. . Classics. 
Litt . D . . Doctor of Letters. 
L.J. . . Lord Justice. 
L.L.A. . Lady Literate in Arts. 
LL.B. . . Bachelor of Laws. 
LL.D. . . Doctor of Laws. 
L L . M . . . Master of Laws. 
L.M. . . Licentiate in Midwifery. 
L. ofC. . Lines of Communication. 
long. . . longitude. 
Loq. . . Loquitur (speaks). 
L.R.C.P. . Licentiate of the Royal College 

of Physicians. 
L.R.C.P.E. Licentiate Royal College of 

Physicians, Edinburgh. 
L.R.C.S. . Licentiate of the Royal College 

of Surgeons. 
L.R.C.S.E. Licentiate of the Royal College 

of Surgeons, Edinburgh. 
L.R.C.V.S. Licentiate of the Royal College ^ 

of Veterinary Surgeons. 
L.S.A.. . Licentiate of the Society of 

Apothecaries. 

. s. d. . Pounds, shillings, and pence ; Money. 
Lt. . . Light (e.g. Light Infantry). 
Lt. or Lieut. Lieutenant. 
Lt.-Col. . Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Lt.-Gen. . Lieutenant-General. 
L.Th. . . Licentiate in Theology. 
(L.U.) . . Liberal Unionist. 
L . U . O . T . C . London University Officers' Train - 

ing Corps. 

L. & N.W.R. London andN. -Western Railway. 
L. & S. W.R. London and South- Western Rail- 
way. 

L . Se Y . R . Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway . 
L . B . & S . C . R . London, Brighton, and South 

Coast Railway. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Ij.C.&D.R. London, Chatham, and Dover 


M.P. . 


Member of Parliament. 


Railway. 


M.P.P. 


Member of Provincial Parliament. 


IiXX . . Septuagint. 


M.R. . 


Master of the Rolls; Midland 






Railway. 


M. . Marquess; Member; Monsieur ; 1000. 


M.R.A.S. . 
M.R.C.P. . 


Member of Royal Asiatic Society. 
Member of the Royal College of 


m. . . married. 




Physicians. 


M.A. . . Master of Arts. 
M.A.B.Y.S. Metropolitan Association for Be- 


M.R.C.P.E. 


Member of the Royal College of 
Physicians, Edinburgh. 


friending Young Servants. 


M.R.C.S. . 


Member Royal College of Sur- 


Mag 1 . . . Magnetism or Magazine. 




geons. 


Magd. . Magdalen ; Magdalene. 
M.A.I. . Master of Engineering (Magister 


M.R.C.S.E. 


Member of the Royal College of 
Surgeons, Edinburgh. 


in Arte Ingeniaria). 


M.R.C.V.S. 


Member of the Royal College of 


Maj.-Gea. . Major-General. 




Veterinary Surgeons. 


Man. . . Manitoba (Canada). 


M.R.I.A. 


Member of the Royal Irish 


M.A.O. . Master of Obstetric Art, 




Academy. 


Marq. . . Marquis. 


M.R. U.S. I. 


Member of the Royal United 


Mass. . . Massachusetts (U.S.) 




Service Institute. 


Math. . . Mathematics ; Mathematical. 


M.S. . 


Master of Surgery. 


M.B. . . Bachelor of Medicine. 


MS.. MSS. 


Manuscript, Manuscripts. 


M.B.E. . Member of the Order of the 


M.S!C. 


Madras Staff Corps. 


British Empire. 


M.SC. . 


Master of Science. 


M.B.O.U. Member Brit. Ornithologists' Union. 


M.S.H. 


Master of Stag-hounds. 


M.C. . . Military Cross. 
M.C.C. . Maryle bone Cricket Club. 


M.S.I. 
M.S.&L.R. 


Member of Sanitary Institute. 
Manchester,Sheffield. and Lincoln - 


M.Ch. . . Master in Surgery. 




Railway. 


M.C.M.E.S. Member of Civil and Mech. 


Mt. 


Mountain. 


Engineers' Society. 


Mus.B. 


Bachelor of Music. 


M.Com. . Master of Commerce. 


Mus.D. 


Doctor of Music. 


M.C.S. . Madras Civil Service. 


Mus.M. 


Master of Music. [Order. 


M.D. . . Doctor of Medicine. 


M.V.O. 


Member of the Royal Victorian 


Md. . . Maryland (U.S.) 






Me. . . Maine (U.S.) 






M.B. . . Mining Engineer. 


(N.) . 


Nationalist. 


M . E . C . . Member of Executive Council. 


N. . . . 


North. 


Mech. . . Mechanics. 


n. . 


noun ; nephew. 


Med. . . Medical. 


N.B. . 


North Britain; (L. Nota Bene, 


Mem. . . Memorandum. 




notice) ; New Brunswick. 


M.Eng . Master of Engineering. 
Met.R. . Metropolitan Railway. 


N.B.A. 
N.B.R. 


North British Academy. 
North British Railway. 


M . F . H . . Master of Foxhounds. 


N.C. . 


North Carolina (U.S.) 


M.G.I. . Member of the Institute of 


N.C.U. 


National Cyclists' Union. 


Certificated Grocers. 


N.D. . 


No date. 


M . H . A. . Member of House of Assembly. 


N. Dak. . 


North Dakota (U.S.) 


M.H.R. . Member House of Representatives 


N.E. . 


North-east. 


Mich. . . Michigan (U.S.) 


Neb. . . 


Nebraska (U.S.) 


M . I . B . E . . Member of Institute of Electrical 


nenx. con. . 


Nemine contradicente (no one con- 


Engineers. 




tradicting) ; unanimously. 


M.J.I.. . Member of Institute of Jour- 


N.E.R. 


North Eastern Railway. 


nalists. 


net, nett . 


(It.) Netto (free from all deduc 


Mil. . . Military. 




tions). 


M.I.M.E. . Member of Institute of Mining 


Nev. . 


Nevada (U.S.) 


Engineers. 


NewM. . 


New Mexico (U.S.) 


M.I. Mech. E. Member Institution of Mechani- 


N.H. . 


New Hampshire (U.S.) 


cal Engineers. 


N.I. . 


Native Infantry. 


M.I.M.M. Member of Institute of Mining 


N.J. . 


New Jersey (U.S.) 


and Metallurgy. 


N.L.F. 


National Liberal Federation. 


Min. . . Minister. 


N.N.E. 


North-north-east. 


Minn. . . Minnesota (U.S.) 
M.Inst.C.E. Member of Institution of Civil 


N.N.W. . 
non seq. 


North- north- west. 
Non sequitur (it does not follow). 


Engineers. 


Northants 


Northamptonshire. 


M . Inst . M . E . Member of Institution of Mining 


Notts . 


Nottinghamshire. 


Engineers. 


N.P. . 


Notary Public. 


M.I.N.A. . Member of Institution of Naval 


N.R.A. 


National Rifle Association. 


Architects. 


N.S. . 


Nova Scotia; New Style in the 


M.Inst.W.E. Member of the Institution of 




Calendar (in Great Britain 


Water Engineers. 




since 1752) ; National Society. 


Miss. . . Mississippi (U.S.) 
M . J . S . . Member of the Japan Society. 
M.I. . . Licentiate in Medicine. 


N.S.A. 
N.S.P.C.C. 


National Skating Association. 
National Society for Prevention 
of Cruelty to Children. 


M.Ii.A. . Member of Legislative Assembly. 
M.Ii.C. . Member of Legislative Council. 
Mile. . . Mademoiselle (Miss). 
M . L . S . B . . Member London School Board. 


N.S.W. 
N.T. . 

N.U.T. 


New South Wales. 
New Testament ; Northern Terri- 
tory of South Australia. 
National Union of Teachers. 


Mme. . . Madame. 


N.U.T.N. . 


National Union of Trained 


M.M.S. . Member of Council, Institution 




Nurses. 


of Mining Engineers. 


N.U.W.W. 


National Union of Women 


Mngr. . . Mon signer. 




Workers. 


Mo. . . Missouri (U.S.) 
Mods.. . Moderations (Oxford). 
M.O.H. . Master of Otter Hounds; Medical 
Officer of Health. 


N.W. . 
N.W.P. . 
N.W.T. . 

N.Y. . 


North-west. 
North-Western Provinces. 
North-Western Territories. 
New York City or State. 


Mon. . . Montana (U.S.) 
Most Rev. Most Reverend (of an Archbishop). 


N.Y.C. 
N.Z. . 


New York City. 
New Zealand. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



O. . 

o. . . 

O. & O. 

ob. . 
O.B.E. 

O.c. . 
O.C. . 
O.D. . 
O.F.M. 
O.H.M.S. 
O.L. . 
O.M. . 
O.M.I. 
Ont. . 
O.P. . 



o.p. . 
O.S. . 

o.s. . 
O.S. A. . 
O . S . B . . 
O.S.F.C. 
O . S . N . C . 
Ore. . 
O.T. . 
O.U. . 
O.U.A.C. 
O . U . B . C . 
O.U.C.C. 
O.U.P.C. 
Oxon . 
Oz. . 
8vo . 



Ohio (U.S.) 

only. 

Oriental aud Occidental (Steam 

ship Co.) 
Died. 
Officer Order of the Britisl 

Empire. 
only child. 
Officer Commanding. 
Ordinary seaman. 
Order of Friars Minor. 
On His Majesty's Service. 
Officer of the Order of Leopold. 
Order of Merit. 
Oblate of Mary Immaculate. 
Ontario. 
Ordmis Prcedicatorum = of the 

Order of Preachers (Dominican 

Ecclesiastical Title). 
opposite prompter. 
Old Style in the Calendar (in 

Great Britain before 1752). 
only son. 

Ontario Society of Artists. 
Order of St. Benedict. 
Franciscan (Capuchin) Order. 
Orient Steam Navigation Co . 
Oregon (U.S.) 
Old Testament. 
Oxford University. 
Oxford University Athletic Club. 
Oxford University Boating Club. 
Oxford University Cricket Club. 
Oxford University Football Club. 
Oxfordshire; Of Oxford. 
Ounces. 
Octavo (folded in eight). 



P. . . . Prince. 

Pa. . . Pennsylvania (U.S.) 

Parl. Agt. . Parliamentary Agent. 

P. A. S.I. . Professor Associate Surveyors' 

Institution. 

P.O. . . Privy Councillor; Police Con- 
stable ; Perpetual Curate. 
p.C. . .per centum (by the hundred); 

post-card. 

P.C.M.O. . Principal Colonial Medical Officer. 
P.D.G. . President Dudley Gallery. 
P.P. . Procurator-Fiscal. 

Ph.D. . . Doctor of Philosophy. 
Phil. . . Philosophical. 
Phys. . . Physical. 
pinx. . . (He) painted it. 
PI. . . Place ; Plural. 
PI en. . . Plenipotentiary. 
P.M. . . Post Meridiem (after mid-day); 

Pacific Mail. 
P.M.G. . Postmaster-General; Pall Mall 

Gazette. 

P.M.O. . Principal Medical Officer. 
P . M . S . . President Miniature Society. 
P. & O. Peninsular and Oriental Steamship Co. 
P.O. . . Post Office ; Postal Order. 
P.O.O. . . Post Office Order. 
Pop. . . Population. 
P.P. . . Parish Priest. 
Pp. . . Pages. 
P. P.O.. . Fr. Pour prendre congt (To take 

leave). 

P.Q. . . Province of Quebec. 
P.R. . . Prize ring (The). 
P.R.A. . President of the Royal Academy. 
Preb. . . Prebendary. 
Pres. . . President. 
P.R.I. . . President of the Royal Institute 

of Painters in Water Colours. 
Prin. . . Principal. 
Proc. . . Proctor. 
Prof. . . Professor. 

Protein. . Pro tempos (for the time being). 
Prov. . . Provost. 
Proac. . . Proximo (next). 



P.R.S.. 
P.S. . 
p.s. 

p.s.c. . 

P.S.N.C 

Pt. 

Pte. 

P.T.O. 

P.W.D. 



.E.D. 



Q.E.F. 




. President of the Royal Society. 
Postscriptum (postscript); prompt side. 

. passed School of Instruction (of 
Officers). 

. passed Staff College. 
. . Pacific Steam Navigation Co. 

. Pint. 

. Private (soldier). 

. Please turn over. 

. Public Works Department (roads, 
buildings, Gov. railways, tele- 
graphs, etc.) 



Queen. 

Queen's Counsel. 

Quod erat demonstrandum (which 
was to be demonstrated), ap- 
plied to a theorem. 

Quod erat faciendum (which was 
to . be done), applied to a 
problem. 

Queen's Honorary Physician. 

Quartermaster-General. 

Quarter. 

Quart. 

Quarto (folded in tour). 

Queensland. 

Queen's University, Belfast. 

Queen's University in Ireland. 

quod vide (which see). 



R.) 



. Radical. 
. Rector. 
r. . . . right. 
R.A. . . Royal Academician ; Royal 

Artillery. 

R.A.C. . Royal Agricultural College. 
R.A.M. . Royal Academy of Music. 
R.A.M.C. . Royal Army Medical Corps. 
R. Art. . Royal Artillery. 
R.A.S. . Royal Astronomical or Asiatic 

Society. 

R.B. . . Rifle Brigade. 
R.B.A. . Royal Society of British Artists. 
R.B.C. . Royal British Colonial Society 

of Artists. 

R.B.S. Royal Society of British Sculptors 
R.C. . . Roman Catholic. 
R.C.A. Member Royal Cambrian Academy 
R.C.V.S. . Royal College of Veterinary Sur- 
geons. 
R . D . . . Rural Dean ; Royal Naval Reserve 

Decoration. 
Rd. . . Road. 
R.E. . . Royal Engineers; Royal Society 

of Painter Etchers. 
R. Eng. . Royal Engineers. 
Rear-Adm. Rear- Admiral. 
Rect. . . Rector. 
Reg. Prof. Regius Professor. 
Regt. . . Regiment. 
Res. . . Resigned ; Reserve. 
Rev. . . Reverend. 
R.F.A. . Royal Field Artillery. 
R.6.A. . Royal Garrison Artillery. 
R . H . A. . Royal Hibernian Academy; Royal 

Horse Artillery. 
R.H.G. . Royal Horse Guards. 
R.H.S. . Royal Humane Society. 
R.I. . . Royal Institute of Painters in 

Water Colours ; Rhode Island. 
R.I.B.A. . Royal Institute of British 

Architects. 

R.I.E. . Royal Indian Engineering (Coll.) 
R . I . M . . Royal I nd iau Marine. 
R.I. P. . . Requiescat in pace (May he or she 

rest in peace). 
R . M . . Royal Marines ; Resident Magis trate. 
R.M.A. . Royal Marine Artillery. 
R.M.A. . Royal Milit. Academy, Woolwich. 
R.M.C. . Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst. 
R . M . Ii . I . . Royal Marine Light Infantry. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



R.M.S. 


Royal Microscopical Society ; 
Koyal Mail Steamer ; Royal 


S.T.M. 
S.T.P. . 


Sacrse Theologise Magister. 
Sacra: Theologice Professor 




Society of Miniature Painters. 




(Professor of Divinity, old form 


R.N. . 


Royal Navy. 




'of D.D.). 


R.N.R. 


Royal Naval Reserve. 


Supt. . 


Superintendent. 


Rock, The. 


Gibraltar. 


Surer. . 


Surgeon. 


R.O.I. 


Royal Institute of Oil Painters. 


Surv. . 


Surviving. 


Roy. 


Royal. 


S.W. . 


South-west. 


R.S.A. 
R.S.E. 


Royal Scottish Academy. 
Royal Society of Edinburgh. 


Syn. . 


Synonymous ; synonym. 


R.S.I,. 


Royal Society of Literature. 






R.S.O. 


Railway Sub-Office. 






R.S.P.C.A. 
R.S.V.P. . 


Royal Society for Prevention of 
Cruelty to Animals. 
P'r. Repondez s'il vous plait 


T. . 
T.A. . 

TH-S1H 


Telephone. 
Telegraphic Address. 
Tasmania. 


(Please answer). 
R.S.W. Royal Scottish Water Colour Society. 


T.C.D.' 
T.D. . 


Trinity College, Dublin. 
Territorial Decoration. 


Rt. Hon. . 
Rt. Rev. . 
R.T.S. 

R.U. . 
R.U.I. 
R.U. S.I. . 


Sight Honouraole. 
Right Reverend (of a Bishop). 
Religious Tract Society; Royal 
Toxopholite Society. 
Rugby Union. 
Royal University of Ireland. 
Royal United Service Institution. 


T.F. . 
T.R.H. 
Temp. . 
Tenn. . 
Ter. or Terr. 
Tex. . 
Tn. 


Territorial Forces. 
Their Royal Highnesses. 
Temperature ; Temporary. 
Tennessee (U.S.A.) 
Terrace. 
Texas (U.S.) 
Ton. 


R.V. . 


Revised Version. 


T.O 




R.W.A. . 


Member of Royal West of England 


tr. .' ! 


transpose. 


R.W.S. 


Academy. 
Royal Society of Painters in 


T.R.C. 


Thames Rowing Club ; Tithes 
Rent Charge. 




Water Colours. 


Trin 


Trinity. 


R.Y.S. 


Royal Yacht Sqtiadron. 


T.Y.C. 


Thames Yacht Club; Two-Year- 








Old Course. 


(S.) 


Socialist. 






S. . 

s. . 


succeeded ; South ; Saints, 
son ; shillings. 


(U.) 


Unionist. 


S.A. . 
Salop . 


South Australia ; South Africa. 
Shropshire. 


VI . . 

u.c. 

U.F. 


University College. 
United Free Church. 


Sarum . 
S.C. . 
s. c. 
S.C.A.P.A. 

Sc.D. . 


Salisbury. 
South Carolina (U.S.) 
Student at the Staff College. 
Society for Checking the Abuses 
of Public Advertising. 
Doctor of Science. 


U.K. 
Ult. 
Univ. . 
U.P. . 
U.S. . 
U.S.A. 


United Kingdom. 
Ultimo (last). 
University. 
United Presbyterian. 
United States. 
United States of America. 


Sch. 


Scholar. 






S.C.I,. 


Student in Civil Law. 






scr. 


scruple. 






sculps. 
Sculpt. 
S. Dak. 
S.D.F. 


sculpsit (he engraved). 
Sculptor. 
South Dakota (U.S.) 
Social Democratic Federation. 


V. . . 
v. . 


Five (Roman numerals) ; Version ; 
Vicar; Viscount; Vice. 
Versus (against). 


S.E. . 
Sec. 
Selw. . 
S.E.R. 
Serjt. . 
S.G. . 
S.J. . 
S.L. . 
S.M.E. 
Soc. 


South-east. 
Secretary. 
Selwyn Coll. Cambridge. 
South-Eastern Railway. 
Serjeant. 
Solicitor-General. 
Society of Jesus (Jesuits). 
Serjeant-at-Law. 
School of Military Engineering. 
Society. 


v. or vid. 
V.A. . 
Va. 
V.C. . 
V.D. . 
Ven. . 
Very Rev. 
Vet. . 
Vice-Adm. 
Viet. . 


Vide (see). 
Victoria and Albert. 
Virginia (U.S.) 
Victoria Cross. 
Volunteer Oflicers' Decoration. 
Venerable (of an Archdeacon). 
Very Reverend (of a Dean). 
Veterinary. 
Vice- Admiral. 
Victoria. 


Sovs. . 
s.p. 
S.P.C.C. . 

S.P. O.K. . 
S.P.G. 
S.P.Q.R. . 


Sovereigns. 
sine prole (without issue). 
Society for the Prevention of 
Cruelty to Children. 
Society for Promoting Christian 
Knowledge. 
Society for the Propagation of 
the Gospel. 
Senatus Populiisque Romanus (The 
Senate and People of Rome). 


Vise. . 
Viz. . 
V.L. . 
V.M.H. . 
Vol. - 
V.P. . 
V.R. . 
V.R. et I. . 

Vt. 


Viscount. 
Videlicet (namely). 
Vice-Lieutenant. 
Victoria Medal Horticulture. 
Volume; Volunteers. 
Vice-President. 
Victoria Regina (Queen Victoria). 
Victoria Regina et Imperatrix 
(Victoria Queen and Empress). 
Vermont (U.S.) 


S.P.R.C. . 


Society for Prevention and Relief 








of Cancer. 






Sq. 


Square. 






SS. 


Steamship ; Saints. 


W. 


West. 


S.S.C.. 


Solicitor before Supreme Court 


W.A. . 


West Australia. 


S.S.M. 


(Scotland). 
Society of the Sacred Mission. 


Wadh. 
Wash. 


Wadham. 
Washington State (U.S.) 


St. 


Street; Saint. 


W.I. . 


West Indies. 


St. Alb. Hal 


1. St. Alban Hall. 


Wilts 


Wiltshire. 


S.T.D. . Sacrse Theologise Doctor. 
St. Edm. Hall. St. Edmund Hall. 


Wis. 
W.L.F 


Wisconsin (U.S.) 
Women's Liberal Federation. 


Stip. . 
S.T.I,.. . 


Stipend ; Stipendiary. 
Same Theologice Lector (Reader or 
a Professor of Sacred Theology). 


Wm. 
W.O. 
W.S. 


William. 
War Office. 
Writer to the Signet. 



XIV 



WHO WAS WHO. 1807-1916 



W.S.P.U. . Women's Social and Political 

Union. 

W. Va. . West Virginia (U.S.) 
Wyo. . . Wyoming (U.S.) 



X. 

Xmas 



Ten (Roman numerals). 
Christmas. 



yds. . 
Yeo. . 
Y.M.C.A. 

Yorks . 
Yrs. . 
Y.W.C.A, 



yards. 

Yeomanry. 

Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion. 

Yorkshire. 

Years. 

Young Women's Christian Asso- 
ciation. 







WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



ABADIE, Major Eustace Henry Egremont, 
D.S.O. 1900 ; 9th Lancers ; b. 24 Jan. 1877 : j 
s. of Maj.-Gen. H. R. Abadie, q.v. Entered | 
army, 1897 ; served South Africa, 1899-1900, ' 
including Belmont, Modder River, Magers- | 
fontein. Poplar Grove, Kimberley, Paarde- 
berg, Bloemfontein, Driefontein actions, 
Vet River, Zaand River, Johannesburg 
Diamond Hill, Belfast, and Eastern Trans- 
vaal (despatches, Queen's medal, eight 
clasps ; King's medal, two clasps ; D.S.O.) 
passed Staff College. Clubs : Army and 
Navy, Cavalry, Royal Automobile. 

[Died Oct. 1914. 

ABADIE, Captain George Howard Fanshawe, 
C.M.G. 1903 ; Manchester Regt. ; Resident, 
2nd Class, N. Nigeria. Entered army, 1899 ; 
Captain, 1902. Decorated for services in 
connection with Kano-Sokoto expedition. 

[Died 11 Feb. 1904. 

ABADIE, Maj.-Gen. Henry Richard, C.B. 
1891 ; retired ; b. 25 Mar. 1841 ; s. of Louis 
Pascal Abadie of Chateau de Pellepoix, 
France ; m. 1st, Kate (d. 1883) d. of G. 
Sandeman; 2nd, 1890, Caroline, d. of Col. 
Fanshawe Gostling. Entered army, 1858 ; 
Capt. 1872 ; Col. 1855 ; Maj.-Gen. 1897 ; 
served Abyssinian Campaign, including action 
at Arogee and capture of Magdala (despatches, 
medal) ; Afghan War, 1879-80, including 
march on and occupation of Candahar (de- 
spatches, brevet of Major, medal with clasp 
bronze, decoration) ; commanded a Regi- 
mental District, 1890-94 ; Cavalry Depot, 
1894 - 97 ; commanded Eastern District 
1899-1900; Lt.-Governor of Jersey 1900-4." 
Address: 17 Cadogan Gardens, S.W. Clubs: 
United Service, Cavalry. [Died 9 May 1915. 
ABBEY, Edwin Austin, R.A., A.R.W.S. 
painter ; Member National Academy of 
Design, N.Y. ; Chevalier Legion d'Honneur ; 
Corresponding Member Institut de France ; 
President Artists Cricket Club ; Hon. 
A.R.I.B.A., F.S.A., Hon. M.A. Yale Univer- 
sity ; Hon. Mem. Am. Inst. Architects ; 
Member of the Socie'te' Nationale des Beaux 
Arts, Paris ; LL.D. Univ. of Penna. ; Hon. 
Mem. Royal Bavarian Acad. and Madrid 
Society of Artists ; b. Philadelphia, U.S.A., 
1 Apr. 1852 ; m. 1890, Mary Gertrude, d. 
of Frederick Mead of New York. Educ.: 
Pennyslvania Academy of Fine Arts. En- 
gaged by Harper Brothers, 1871 ; came to 
England for them, 1878. Exhibited first 
oil picture at R.A., A May Day Morning, 
1890 ; Fiammetta's Song, R.A., 1894 : 
series large decorative panels : The Quest 
of the Holy Grail, Boston (U.S.A.) Public 
Library, 1895 ; Richard III. and the Lady 
Anne, R.A., 1896; Hamlet, 1897; King 
Lear's daughters, 1898 ; A Reredos for the 
American Church of the Holy Trinity, Paris, 
1903 ; Official Picture of the Coronation of 



H.M. King Edward VIL, 1903-4; A 
Measure, 1904. Publications: illustrated 
edition Herrick's Poems ; She Stoops to 
Conquer ; Old Songs ; Quiet Life (with 
Alfred Parsons) ; Comedies of Shakespeare ; 
O Mistress Mine ; Who is Sylvia ? 1899 ; 
The Trial of Queen Katherine ; The Penance 
of Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester, 1900; 
The Crusaders, 1901 ; Columbus in the New 
World, 1906 ; Decorative Panels for Dome 
of Pennsylvania State Capitol, 1908. Tie- 
creations : cycling, cricket. Address : 
Morgan Hall, Fairford, Gloucestershire ; 
Chelsea Lodge, Tite Street, S.W. Clubs: 
Athenaeum, Reform, Arts, Beefsteak. 

[Died 2 Aug. 1911. 

ABBOTT, Hon. Sir Joseph Palmer, K.C.M.G. ; 
cr. 1892; b. Muswellbrook, N.S.W., 29 
Sept. 1842 ; e. s. of late John Kingsmill 
Abbott and Frances d. of W. E. Brady, 
formerly of Dublin ; m. 2nd, Edith Solomon, 
1883. Educ. : King's School, Paramatta, 
N.S.W. M.L.A. Gumedah, 1880; Went- 
worth 1885; Minister for Mines, 1883: 
Secretary for Lands, 1885 ; Speaker of 
Legislative Assembly, N.S.W., 1890-1900. 
Recreations : cricket, tennis. Address : 
Tarclea, St. Leonards, Sydney, N.S.W. 
Clubs : Union, Sydney ; Athenaeum. 

[Died Sept. 1901. 

ABBOTT, Rev. Thomas Kingsmill, Head- 
master Armidale School from 1910. Educ. : 
University of Sydney ; Merton College, 
Oxford, M.A. Curate St. Giles in Fields, 
1892 ; St. Martin's in the Fields, 1892-94 ; 
St. James', Sydney, 1894-96; St. Jude, 
Randwick, 1896-1900; Vice-Principal St. 
Paul's College, Sydney, 1900-1 ; Rector of 
Katoomba, 1901-2; Vicar of Tamworth, 
1902-8 and 1909-10 ; Archdeacon of Tam- 
worth, 1902-10. Address : Armidale, New 
South Wales. [Died 6 Dec. 1912. 

ABBOTT, Rev. Thomas Kingsmill, M.A., B.D., 
Litt.D., Hon. D.D. Glasgow, Fellow Trin. 
Coll. Dublin, 1854: Librarian; b. Dublin, 
26 Mar. 1829 ; m. 1859, Caroline, d. of Rev. 
Joseph Kingsmill; three s. one d. Educ.: 
Trin. Coll. Dublin. Professor Moral Philo- 
sophy. 1867-72; Biblical Greek, 1875-88; 
Hebrew, 1879-1900. Publications : Sight 
and Touch, an Attempt to Disprove the 
Berkeleian Theory of Vision, 1864 ; Elements 
of Logic, 3rd ed. 1895 ; Essays chiefly on the 
Original Texts of the Old and New Testa- 
ments, 1892 ; Short Notes on some Epistles 
of St. Paul, 1892 ; Elementary Theory of the 
Tides, 2nd ed. 1901 ; Evangeliorum versio 
Antehieronymiana, 2 vols. 1884 ; Par Palimp- 
sestorum Dublinensium, 1880; Translation 
of Kant's Theory of Ethics, with Memoir, 6th 
ed 1909 ; Kant's Introduction to Logic, 
1886 Examples of Celtic Ornament from 
the Books of Kells and Durrow 1892 ; "Do 
this in Remembrance of Me," 2nd ed. 1894 , 
Celtic Ornament from the Book of Kells, 
1895 : Commentary on Ephesians and 



ABDULRAHMAN KHAN WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Colossians, 1897 ; " Offer This," 1898 ; 
Catalogue of MSS., T.C.D., 1900 ; Catalogue 
of Incunabula, T.C.D., 1905 ; History of the 
Irish Bible, Hermathena, 1912. Recrea- 
tions : music, croquet. Address : Trinity 
College, Dublin. [Died 18 Dec. 1913. 

ABDULRAHMAN KHAN, Ameer of Afghanis- 
tan, G.C.S.I. 1894 ; b. Baraksi ; e. s. of Afsul 
Khan and n. of late Ameer Shere All. Served 
civil war, 1864 ; made Governor of Balkh : 
defeated by cousin Yakub Khan, 1868, and 
fled to Russian territory ; returned, 1879, 
and. acknowledged by British Government as 
Ameer. Publication : Journal, 1901. Ad- 
dress : Kabul. [Died 3 Oct. 1901. 
ABDY, Sir William Neville, 2nd Bt. ; cr. 
1849 ; b. 1844 ; m. 1st, 1883, Marie Therese 
Petritzka (d. 1902), Prague; 2nd, 1902, 
Eliza Sarah, d. of Oscar W. Beach; 3rd, 
1909, Fanny, widow of G. P. Robinson. 
Educ. : Merton College, Oxford. A Student 
Interpreter in China, 1867-68 ; S. father 
1877. High Sheriff, Essex, 1884. Owned 
about 3000 acres. Heir : b. Capt. Anthony 
Charles Sykes [b. 1848; m. 1886, Hon. 
Alexandrina Victoria Macdonald, d, of 4th 
Baron Macdonald]. Address : Albyns, Roin- 
ford Essex. Club : CarJton. 

[Died 9 Aug. 1910. 

ABECKETT, Sir Albert, Kt., cr. 1904; b. 
1840; e. surv. s. of late Gilbert Abbott 
a Beckett ; m. 1864, Susannah Emily, d. of 
late Benjamin Eccleston. Served as a mid- | 
shipman in late Indian Navy, 1856 and 1857 ; 
appointed to War Office 1858, and acted as 
Private Secretary to several successive 
ministers ; Assistant Accountant General of 
the Army to 1904. Address : 6 Brompton 
Square, 8.W. Club : Windham. 

[Died 11 Sept. 1904. 

A'BECKETT, Arthur William, F.J.I. ; Barr. 
Gray's Inn ; journalist, novelist, and 
dramatist ; b. Fulham, 25 Oct. 1844 ; 3rd s. 
of Gilbert Abbott A'Beckett, Metropolitan 
Police Magistrate and Man of Letters, author 
of Comic History of England ; m. 1876, 
Susannah Frances, d. of Forbes B. Winslow, 
M.D., Hon. D.C.L. (Oxon.), g.-d. of Captain 
Thomas Winslow (47th Regt.), cousin of 
Lord Chancellor Lyndhurst ; two s. Educ. : 
Felstead School. War Office, 1862 ; editor 
Glowworm, 1865-68 ; Britannia Magazine, 
1868-70 ; Special Correspondent Franco- 
German War to Standard and Globe, 1870- 
1871 ; Private Secretary to Duke of Norfolk, 
1871-74 ; staff of Punch, 1874-1902 : authpr 
of several three-act comedies produced in 
West End Theatres, 1872-89 ; editor Sunday 
Times, 1891-95 ; produced the Maske of 
Flowers as Master of the Revels of Gray's 
Inn, 1887 ; editor Naval and Military 
Magazine, 1896 ; John Bull, 1902-3 ; Presi- 
dent of Newspaper Society, 1893-94 Council 
of Institute of Journalists, 1896 ; Chairman 
London District, 1897-98 ; President, 1900-1 ; 
Hon. Treasurer, 1901-9; Captain (retired) 
Militia, late 4th Battalion Cheshire Regiment ; 
Managing Committee Society of Authors, 
1891-1907 ; Vice-Chairman, 1902-6. Publi- 
cations : Comic Guide to the Royal Academy 
(with his brother Gilbert), 1863-64 ; Fallen 
amongst Thieves, 1869 ; Our Holiday in the 
Highlands, 1874 ; with Sir F. C. Burnand, 
The Shadow Witness and The Doom of St. 
Quirec, 1875-76 ; The Ghost of Grimstone 
Grange and The Mystery of Mostyn Manor, 
1877-78; Tracked Out, Hard Luck, Stone 
Broke, 1879-81 ; edited and brought up to 
date A'Beckett's Comic Blackstone, 1881 ; 
Papers from Pump Handle Court, by A. 
Briefless Junr., 1884 ; Modern Arabian 
Nights, 1885; The Member for Wrotten- 
borough, 1895 ; Greenroom Recollections, 
1896 ; The Modern Adam, 1899 ; London 
at the End of the Century, 1900 ; The 



A'Becketts of Punch, 1903 ; The Tunnel 
Mystery, 1905 ; Recollections of a Humorist, 
1907. Recreation : tropical travel. Ad- 
dress : 87 Eccleston Square, S.W. ; 2 Tan- 
field Court, Inner Temple, E.C. Clubs, . 
Garrick, Junior United Service, Beefsteak, 
Press, Royal Societies. 

[Died 14 Jan. 1909. 

ABEL, Sir Frederick Augustus, 1st Bt. ; cr. 
1893: K.C.B., F.R.S., G.C.V.O., D.C.L. 
Oxon., D.Sc. Cant. ; b. 1826. Hon. Secre- 
tary and Director Imperial Institute ; Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry Royal Military Academy, 
1851-55 ; Chemist War Department, 1854- 
1888 : President Special Committee on Ex- 
plosives, 1888-91 ; Past President British 
Association ; Past President Iron and Steel 
Institute. Chemical Society, Institute of 
Chemistry, Society of Chemical Industry, 
Institute of Electric Engineers ; Chairman 
Society of Arts. Albert Medallist; Royal 
Medallist; Telford Medallist; Bessemer 
Medallist. Widower ; no heir. Address : 
2 Whitehall Court, S.W. Clubs : Athen- 
aeum, Windham, Garrick. 

[Died 6 Sept. 1902. 

ABERCORN, 2nd Duke of (cr. 1868), James 
Hamilton, P.C., K.G., C.B., Baron of Paisley, 
1587 ; Baron Abercorn, 1603 ; Baron 
Hamilton and Earl of Abercorn, 1606 ; 
Baron of Strabane, 1617 : Viscount of Stra- 
banp, 1701 ; Viscount Hamilton, 1786 ; Mar- 
quess of Abercorn, 1790 ; Marquess of Hamil- 
ton, 1868. Groom of the Stole to Prince 
of Wales (afterwards King Edward VII.) ; 
H.M. Lieut, of Donegal from 1885 ; Chair- 
man British South Africa Company ; b. 24 
Aug. 1838 ; s. of 1st Duke and Lady Louisa 
Jane Russell, 2nd d. of 6th Duke of Bedford, 
K.G. ; m. Lady Mary Anna Curzon, d. of 
1st Earl Howe, 1869 ; three s. two d. ; S. 
father 1885. M.P. (C.) Donegal, 1860-80 ; 
Lord of the Bedchamber to Prince of Wales 
(afterwards King Edward VII.) 1866-86. 
Educ. : Harrow ; Christ Church, Oxford ; 
M.A. Oxon. Owned about 26,000 acres. 
Heir : s. Marquess of Hamilton. Address : 
Hampden House, Green Street, W. ; Barons- 
court, Newtown Stewart, Ireland ; Dudding- 
ston House, Edinburgh. Clubs : Carlton, 
Travellers', Turf, Marlborough ; Sackville 
Street, Dublin ; Royal Yacht Squadron, 
Cowes. [Died 3 Jan. 1913. 

ABINGER, 4th Baron (cr. 1835), James Yorke 
Macgregor Scarlett : b. 13 Mar. 1871 ; S. 
father 1892. Owned about 41,000 acres. 
Educ. : Eton ; Trin. Coll. Camb. Late Capt. 
3rd Batt. Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders; 
served in South Africa. Heir : kinsman 
Shelley. Address : 46 Cornwall Gardens, 
S.W. ; Inverlochy Castle, Inverness-shire. 
Club: Carlton. [Died 11 Dec. 1903. 

ABRAHAM, Rt. Rev. Charles John, D.D. ; b. 
1814 ; m. 1850, Caroline Harriet, 3rd d. of 
Sir Charles T. Palmer, 2nd Bt. of Wanlip 
Hall, Leicestershire (d. 1877). Educ.: 
King's College, Cambridge (Fellow, B.A. 
1837, M.A. 1840, B.D. 1849, D.D. 1858). 
Bishop of Wellington, New Zealand, 1858- 
1870 ; Coadjutor Bishop of Lichfield, 1870-7 ; 
Canon and Precentor of Lincoln Cathedral, 
1876-90. Publication : Festival and Lenten 
Lectures in St. George's Chapel, Windsor, 
1848-49. Address: Bakewell, Derbyshire. 
[Died 4 Feb. 1903. 

ABRAHAM, William, M.P. (N). Harbour 
Division, Dublin, from 1910. Joint- 
Treasurer Irish Parliamentary Party ; M.P. 
(N.) West Limerick, 1885-92; Co. Cork, 
N.E., 1893-1910; Protestant; b. 1840. 
Address : 26 Ashmount Road, Hornsey 
Lane, N. [Died 2 Aug. 1915. 

ABRAHAMS, Bertram, Assistant Physician, 
Westminster Hospital ; Lecturer in Medicine 
and Sub-Dean Westminster Hospital Medical 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



School: Member of Faculty of Medicine, 
University of London ; Examiner to the 
Conjoint Medical Board in England ; Medical 
Inspector of Schools, London County 
Council ; b. London, Feb. 1870 ; o. s. of L. 
B. Abrahams ; m. 1896, Jane, o. d. of A. J. 
Simmons ; one d. Educ. : City of London 
and University Coll. Schools ; Univ. College, 
London ; Continental Medical Schools. 
Scholar, Exhibitioner, and Gold Medallist, 
Univ. Coll., Lond. ; B.Sc. Lond. 1890 ; 
University Scholar and First-class Honour- 
man ; M.B. Lond. 1895 (double first-class 
honours) ; at one time Demonstrator of 
Physiology and of Anatomy, Univ. Coll. 
Lond., and Lecturer in Physiology West- 
minster Hospital Medical School ; Medical 
Registrar to Westminster Hospital, 1898; 
M.R.C.P. 1896 ; F.R.C.P. 1904 ; Examiner, 
1904 ; Arris and Gale Lecturer, Royal 
College of Surgeons, 1906-7 ; sometime 
Pathologist Westminster Hospital and 
Physician St. George's and St. James's Dis- 
pensary ; a prominent Freemason, having 
been P.G.J.W. of Surrey. Publications : 
German-English Medical Dictionary, 1905 ; 
many articles in Allchin's System of Medicine, 
the Medical Annual, Transactions of the 
Clinical and Pathological Societies, British 
Medical Journal, etc. Recreations : cricket, 
foreign travel. Address : 14 Welbeck 
Street, Cavendish Square, W. ; Orchard End, 
Amersham Common, Bucks. Club : Macca- 
bseans. [Died 21 June 1908. 

ACKERS, Benjamin St. John, J.P., D.L. ; High 
Sheriff, County of Gloucestershire, 1904 ; 
b. 6 Nov. 1839 ; o. surv. s. of late James 
Ackers, M.P., of Prinknash Park, Co. 
Gloucester, and Mary, d. of late Benjamin 
Williams ; m. 1861, Louisa Maria Jane, e. d. 
of late Charles Brooke Hunt, J.P., D.L., of 
Bowden Hall, Co. Gloucester ; one s. six d. 
Educ. : Rugby ; St. John's College, Oxford. 
Barrister of Lincoln's Inn; M.P., W. 
Gloucestershire, 1885. Address : Huntley 
Manor, Gloucester. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 18 Apr. 1915. 

ACKROYD, Sir Edward James, Kt. ; cr. 1898 ; 
b. 1838 ; m. 1880, Mary, e. d. of late Henry 
William Lucas of Bedford. In Registry 
Supreme Court, Mauritius, 1853-73 ; Barr. 
Middle Temple, 1872 ; Registrar of Supreme 
Court of Hong Kong, 1881 ; Acting Attorney- 
General, 1886-88 and 1890; Acting Chief 
Justice, 1891 and 1894 ; Puisne Judge of the 
Supreme Court at Hong Kong, 1892-95. 
Address : 14 Fourth Avenue, Hove, Sussex. 
[Died 5 Feb. 1904. 

ACLAND, Sir Henry Wentworth Dyke, 1st Bt. ; 
cr. 1890; K.C.B., M.D., D.C.L., LL.D., 
F.R.S. ; Radcliffe Librarian, Oxford, from 
1851 ; Hon. Physician to Prince of Wales ; 
b. 1815 ; s. of 10th Bt. of Killerton, Exeter ; 
m. Sarah (d. 1878), d. of late William Cotton, 
D.C.L., F.R.S. Educ. : Harrow ; Christ 
Church, Oxford (Hon. Student). Fellow of 
All Souls, 1840 ; Regius Professor of Medicine, 
Oxford, 1857-94; Member of Medical 
Council, 1854-74, and President, 1874-87 ; 
Member of Sanitary Commission, 1870-72; 
C.B. 1883 ; K.C.B. 1884. Publication : 
Memoir of the Cholera. Recreations : sketch- 
ing, etc. ; in early life a great yachtsman. 
Heir : s. Rear-Adiniral W. A. Dyke Acland. 
Address: Broad Street, Oxford. Club: 
Athenaeum. [Died 16 Oct. 1900. 

ACLAND, Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas Dyke, llth Bt. ; 
cr. 1644 ; P.C., MA., D.C.L. ; an invalid not 
leaving home ; b. 25 May 1809 ; m. 1st, d. 
of Sir Charles Mordaunt, Bt,, 1841 ; 2nd, 
d. of John Erskine, 1856 ; S. father 1871. 
Educ : Harrow; Christ Church, Oxtord ; 
1st class Classics and Mathematics ; Fellow 
of All Souls ; M.P. West Somerset, 1837-47 ; 
North Devon, 1865-85; West Somerset, 



1885-86 ; 2nd Estate Commissioner, Ecclesi- 
astical ; Delegate of Oxford Local Examina- 
tions for a short time ; Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 
Publications : Prize Essay on Farming of 
Somerset; Chemistry of Farming, 1894; 
Knowledge, Duty, and Faith, 1896. Owned 
about 40,000 acres. Heir: . Charles 
Thomas, b. 1842. Recreation : drawing 
Address: Killerton, Exeter. Club: 
Athenaeum. [Died 29 May 1898. 

A'COURT-REPINGTON, Charles Henry Wynd- 
ham ; b. 1819 ; o. s. of late Lieut.-Gen. 
Charles Ashe A'Court-Repington, C.B., and 
Mary Elizabeth Catherine, d. of Abraham 
Gibbs ; m. 1854, Emily, d. of late Henry 
Currie. Educ. : Eton ; St. John's Coll , 
Cambridge. M.P. Wilton, 1852-55 ; late 
Assistant Controller of National Debt 
Office. Club: Travellers'. 

[Died 29 Oct. 1903. 

ACTON, John Adams ; b. Acton, Middle- 
sex ; m. Marion Hamilton of Isle of Arran, 
authoress (nom de plume, " Jeanie Hering ") 
Educ. : Lady Byron's School, Baling. 
Pupil of Timothy Butler ; entered the Royal 
Academy Schools ; took first medal in the 
antique, first medal in the life, the gold medal 
for an original sculpture group ; gained the 
travelling studentship ; sent to Rome under 
the presidency of Sir Charles Eastlake ; 
pupil of Gibson in Rome ; remained there 
ten years. Sculpture : busts of Queen 
Victoria and Prince of Wales (afterwards 
King Edward VII.) ; colossal statue of Sir 
Titus Salt ; Wesley Memorials in West- 
minster Abbey ; Cruikshank in St. Paul's 
Cathedral ; Bishop Waldegrave in Carlisle 
Cathedral ; Sir David Carmichael ; and 
various statues and busts for India and 
America and the provinces ; and statues of 
Gladstone for Liverpool and Blackburn ; 
Lord Beaconsfield ; statue of Queen Victoria 
for Kingston, and statue of Queen Victoria 
for the Bahamas, etc. Address : 17 Abbey 
Road, St. John's Wood, N.W. ; Ormidale, 
Brodick, Isle of Arran, N.B. 

[Died 28 Oct. 1910. 

ACTON, 1st Baron (cr. 1869), Sir John Emerich 
Edward Dalberg-Acton, Bt. ; cr. 1643 ; 
K.C.V.O. ; cr. 1897 ; D.C.L., LL.D. ; Pro- 
fessor of Modern History, Cambridge, from 
1895 ; Royal Commissioner on Historical MSS.; 
Trustee, British Museum ; b. Naples, 1834 ; 
S. father, 7th Bt., 1837 ; m. Countess Marie 
Arco- Valley, 1865. Educ. : Oscott, under 
Cardinal Wiseman ; Munich, under Dr. 
Dollinger. Lord-in-Waiting to Queen 
Victoria till 1895; M.P. Carlow, 1859-65; 
Bridgnorth, 1865-66 ; Romanes Lecturer, 
Oxford, 1901. Publication : Lecture on the 
Study of History, 1895. Owned about 7000 
acres. Heir : s. Hon. Richard Maximilian 
Dalberg-Acton. Address : Aldenham Park, 
Bridgnorth. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 19 June 1902. 

ADAIR, Sir Charles William, K.C.B. ; cr. ,1882 ; 
General, retired, Royal Marine Light In- 
fantry ; b. 15 Apr. 1822 ; s. of Major-General 
T. B. Adair, C.B., K.T.S. ; m. Isabella, d. of 
Col. T. Aslett, R.M.L.I., 1849. Educ.: 
Plymouth. 2nd Lieutenant R.M.L.I., 1838 ; 
served in Syria 1840 (medal and clasp, and 
Turkish medal) ; slightly wounded in assault 
upon Gebail; served before Sebastopol 
during siege and fall, and at occupation of 
Kertch, Yenikale, and Kinburn (medal and 
clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidieh) ; 
served in Japan 1864, and commanded a 
battalion of Royal Marines during operations 
at the Inland 'Sea (slightly wounded and 
mentioned in despatches) ; C.B. 1869 ; 
A.D.C. to Queen Victoria, 1870; A.A.G., 
R M , 1872-76 ; Commandant Portsmouth 
Division R.M.L.I., 1876-77 ; D.A.G., R.M., 



ADAIR 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



1878-83 ; retired 1887. Address : 12 Port- 
land Terrace, Southsea. 

[Died 27 Dec. 1897. 

ADAIR, Sir Frederick Edward Shafto, 4th Bt. : 
cr. 1838 ; ft. 26 Deo. 1860 ; s. of 3rd Bt., and 
Harriet Camilla, d. of Alexander Adair. 
Educ. : Harrow ; Christ Church, Oxford ; 
Sandhurst. Late Captain 3rd Batt. Rifle 
Brigade ; J.P., Norfolk and Suffolk ; High 
Sheriff of Suffolk, 1910. Publications : 
Sport in Ladak ; A Summer in High Asia, 
etc. Recreations : travel, shooting, golf, 
natural history. Heir : b. Robert Shafto 
[b. 18 Aug. 1862. Barrister-at-Law ; m. 
1890, Mary, d. of Henry Anstey Bosanquet ; 
one . one d. Educ. : Oxford. Address : 
9 Lower Berkeley Street, W. Club : Oxford 
and Cambridge.] Address : Flixton Hall, 
Bungay, Suffolk ; The Castle, Ballymena : 
Adair Lodge, Aldeburgh. Clubs : Naval 
and Military, Travellers', Junior Conserva- 
tive ; Authors' ; Carlton ; Norfolk, Nor- 
wich ; Suffolk, Ipswich. [Died 8 Apr. 1915. 

ADAIR, Sir Hugh Edward, 3rd Bt. ; cr. 1838 ; 
b. 26 Dec. 1815. Educ. : Harrow ; John's 
Coll. Oxford; m. 1856, Harriet Camilla, 
d. of Alexander Adair ; S. b. (Baron Wave- 
ney) 1886; M.P. (L.) Ipswich, 1847-74. 
Heir : s. Frederick Edward Shafto, b. 1860. 
Address : Flixton Hall, Bungay. 

[Died 2 March 1902. 

ADAM, Charles Fox Frederick, s. of Rt. Hon. 
Sir Frederick Adam, G.C.B., and Anne 
Lindsay, d. of John Maberly ; b. 1852 ; m. 
1877, Juliet, d. of Surg.-Gen. James C. 
Palmer, U.S.N. Educ. : Rugby; Balliol 
College, Oxford. Attache, 1873 ; 3rd 
Secretary, 1875 ; 2nd Secretary, 1879 ; 
Secretary of Legation, 1888 ; served at 
Washington thrice, Madrid, St. Petersburg, 
Rome, Rio de Janeiro, Brussels ; acted as 
Charg6 d'Affaires at Rio de Janeiro and 
Brussels ; Secretary of Embassy, Washing- 
ton, 1897 ; acted as Charge d'Affaires there, 
and also at Madrid during 1899, 1900, 1901, 
1902, 1903, and 1904 ; resigned from Diplo- 
matic Service 1904. Address: 6 Wilton 
Crescent, S.W. Clubs : St. James's, 
Travellers'. [ Died 27 Jan. 1913. 

ADAM, Major Frederick Loch, M.V.O., Scots 
Guards ; Military Secretary to Viceroy of 
India from 1905 ; b. 10 April 1864 ; m. Hon. 
Lilian Theresa Claire Baring, sis. of 5th 
Baron Ashburton. Entered army 1888 ; 
Capt. 1899 ; Major 1903, served S. Africa, 
1899-1900 (severely wounded, Queen's medal 
with clasp) ; employed with Egyptian army 
1892-3. Address : Government House, 
Calcutta. [Died 31 March 1907. 

ADAM, James, M.A., Litt.D. (Cambridge), 
LL.D. (Aberdeen) ; Fellow, Lecturer, and 
Senior Tutor of Emmanuel College, Cam- 
bridge ; Lecturer at Girton College ; b. 
Keithhall, Aberdeenshire, 7 April I860 ; s. 
of late James Adam, Keithhall ; m. 1890, 
Adela Marion, d. of A. Kensington, Gloucester 
Ter., Hyde Park ; two s. one d. Educ. : 
Grammar School, Old Aberdeen ; University 
of Aberdeen (Simpson Greek Prizeman and 
Gold Medallist in Latin, 1880 ; Fullerton 
Scholar, 1880 ; Ferguson Scholar, 1880) ; 
Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge 
(Scholar, 1880 ; 1st class, Classical Tripos, 
Part I. 1882; 1st class, Part II. 1884; 
Chancellor's Medallist in Classics, 1884). 
Gifford Lecturer at Aberdeen Univ., 1904-6. 
Publications : The Number of Plato ; The 
Educational Value of Classics ; Texts to 
illustrate post-Aristotelian Philosophy ; Edi- 
tions of Plato's Apology, Crito, Euthyphro, 
Protagoras, Republic (Text, 1897 ; Text and 
Commentary, in 2 vols., 1902). Recreations : 
cycling, golf. Address : Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge. [Died 30 Aug. 1907. 



ADAM, Lord (James Adam) ; b. Edinburgh, 31 
Oct. 1824; *. of James Adam, S.S.C.- m. 
Catharine, d. of John Beatson Bell, of Glen- 
farg, Perthshire. Educ. : Edinburgh Aca- 
demy and University. Advocate-Depute, 
1858-59, 1866-67, and 1874 ; Sheriff of Perth- 
shire, 1874 Judge of the Court of Session 
and Commissioner of Justiciary, Scotland, 
1876-1905. Address: 34 Moray Place, Edin- 
burgh. Clubs : Athenaeum ; New, Edin- 
burgh. [Died 27 Aug. 1914. 

ADAMS, Charles Francis, historical writer and 
publicist ; ft. Boston, Mass., 27 May 1835 ; 
s. of diplomat of same name ; m. 1865, Mary 
Ogden of Newport, R.I. ; two s. three d. 
Educ. : graduated at Harvard, 1856 ; LL.D. 
1895 ; Barr. 1858. Served in Civil War, 
becoming colonel of cavalry, and Brevet 
Brig.-Gen. U.S.A. ; Board of R.R. Com- 
missioners of Mass. 1869-79 ; Commissioner 
to Vienna Exposition, 1872 ; R.R. arbitrator, 
1879-83; President, Union Pacific R.R. 
1884-90: President, Mass. Hist. Society, 
1895 ; Chairman, Mass. Metropolitan Park 
Commission, 1892-95. Publications : Chap- 
ters of Erie and other Essays, 1871 ; Rail- 
road Accidents, 1879 ; Railroads, their 
Origin and Problems, 1880 ; A College 
Fetich, 1884 ; Richard Henry Dana, a Bio- 
graphy, 1890 ; Three Episodes of Mass. 
History, 1893 ; Massachusetts, its Historians 
and its History, 1893; Life of Charles 
Francis Adams, 1900 ; Lee at Appomattox, 
and other papers, 1902 ; Three Phi Beta 
Kappa Addresses, 1907 ; etc. Recreations : 
forestry, horseback. Address : 84 State St., 
Boston; South Lincoln, Mass., U.S.A. 
Clubs : Somerset, Boston ; Knickerbocker, 
New York ; Metropolitan, Washington. 

[Died 20 March 1915. 

ADAMS, Rev. James Williams, B.A. ; V.C. ; 
Chaplain in Ord. to H.M. King Edward VII., 
1901 ; Rector of Ashwell, near Oakham ; 
m. 1881, Alice Mary, e.d. of late General Sir 
Thomas Wiltshire, 1st Bart., G.C.B. Or- 
dained 1863; Bengal Ecclesiastical Esta- 
lishment, 1868-89, including Peshawar, 1868- 
1870 and 1870-75 ; Allahabad, 1870 ; Kashmir, 
1874, Delhi Camp, 1875-76 and 1885-86; 
Cabul Field Force, 1879-80 (V.C. 1879); 
Lucknow, 1882-83; Naini Tal, 1883-85; 
Meerut, 1885-86 ; Burmah, 1886-87 ; Rector 
of Postwick, Norfolk, 1887-94; Vicar of 
Stow Bardolph, Norfolk, 1895-1902. Decora- 
tions : V.C. ; Afghan medal with four 
clasps ; bronze star for Cabul-Candahar 
march ; Indian Frontier medal with clasp for 
Burmah. Address : Ashwell Rectory, Oak- 
ham. [Died 20 Oct. 1903. 

ADAMS, His Honour Richard, Judge of County 
Court, Limerick, from 1894 ; ft. 1846 ; e.s. of 
late Bryan Adams, Cork, and Fanny Dono- 
van. Educ. : Queen's University, late 
Scholar of Queen's College, Cork, and Peel 
Prizeman of Queen's University. In early 
life Journalist on Cork Examiner and Free- 
man's Journal ; called to Irish Bar 1873 ; 
went the Munster Circuit ; K.C. 1889. 
Address : Georges Street, Limerick. Clubs : 
National Liberal ; Limerick ; Stephen's 
Green, Dublin. [Died 14 Apr. 1908. 

ADAMS, William Davenport, author and 
journalist ; ft. 1851 ; s. of late W. H. Daven- 
port Adams. Editor of leading provincial 
journals, 1875-85 ; head of Reviewing De- 
partment of the Globe from 1885 ; literary 
and theatrical critic to leading London papers. 
Educ. : Merchant Taylors' ; Glasgow Aca- 
demy ; Edinburgh University. Publica- 
tions : Famous Books, 1875 ; Dictionary of 
English Literature, 1878 ; The Witty and 
Humorous Side of the English Poets, 1880 ; 
By- Ways in Book-Land, 1888 ; Rambles in 
Book-Land, 1889 ; A Book of Burlesque, 
1891 ; With Poet and Player, 1891 ; Diction- 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



ary of the Drama, 1901 : anthologies : 
Lyrics of Love, 1874 ; Comic Poets, 1876 ; 
English Epigrams, 1878 ; Latter Day 
Lyrics, 1878 ; Songs of Society, 1880 ; Songs 
from the Novelists, 1885. Recreation : piano- 
forte playing. His wife, Estelle Davenport 
Adams, compiled The Poets' Praise of Poets, 
1894 ; Sea-Song and River Rhyme, 1887 ; 
Flower and Leaf, 1884 ; and other antho- 
logies. Address : 367 Strand, W.C. 

[Died 27 July 1904. 

ADAMS, William Grylls, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., 
F.G.S., F.C.P.S. ; retired Fellow of St. 
John's Coll. Camb. ; b. Laneast, Cornwall, 
16 Feb. 1836 ; m. Mary Dingle, of Lewannick, 
Cornwall, 1869 ; three s. one d. Educ. : 
Rev. R. Wall's, Birkenhead ; St. John's Coll. 
Camb. Past president and vice-president of 
Physical Society ; past president of the 
Society of Electrical Engineers ; member of 
the Mathematical Society of London ; Pro- 
fessor of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy 
in King's College, London, to 1906. Publica- 
tions : Comparison of Simultaneous Mag- 
netic Disturbances, Proc. Roy. Soc. and 
British Assoc. Reports, 1881 ; The Action of 
Light on Selenium, Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. ; 
on measuring Polariscopes ; Physical Soc. 
Proc. ; on the Forms of Eciuipotential 
Curves and Surfaces, Proc. Roy. Soc. ; on 
the Alternate Current Machine as a Motor, 
Electrical Engineers ; on the Testing of 
Dynamo-Machines, Presidential Address to 
Electrical Engineers, and other papers. Had 
estates in Cornwall, at Badharlick in Eglo- 
skerry, at Treroose in Laneast, and at 
Beeny near Boscastle. Recreations : cricket 
in early life, mountaineering. Address : 
Heathfleld, Broadstone, Dorset. Club: 
Athenseum. [Died 10 Apr. 1915. 

ADAMSON, Robert, M.A., LL.D., Professor of 
Logic and Rhetoric, Glasgow University, 
from 1895. Formerly Professor of Logic and 
Mental Philosophy, Owens College, Man- 
chester. Publications : Roger Bacon ; The 
Philosophy of Science in the Middle Ages, 
1876 ; On the Philosophy of Kant, 1879 ; On 
Fichte, 1881. Address: 4 The College, 
Glasgow. [Died 8 Feb. 1902. 

ADAMSON, William, D.D. ; Minister (re- 
toed), Carver Memorial Church, Winder- 
mere ; b. New Galloway; Kirkcudbrightshire, 
29 Aug. 1830. Educ. : Kells Parish School ; 
Glasgow and St. Andrews Universities ; 
Evangelical Union Theological Hall. Or- 
dained in Perth ; pastor of a church there 
for 11 years ; afterwards in Edinburgh for 
27 years ; in both places took an active part 
in the temperance movement, social and 
moral reform ; member of Edinburgh School 
Board many years ; took an active part in 
politics, first in the Chartist agitation in 1847- 
1848, afterwards as a member of the Liberal 
Association ; taught a Public Theological 
class in Edinburgh for 18 years, and defended 
the Christian faith in lectures and discourses. 
Publications : Life of Principal James 
Morison, D.D. ; Life of Rev. Fergus Ferguson 
D.D. ; Knowledge Faith ; Life of late Rev. 
Joseph Parker, D.D. ; The Nature of the 
Atonement; The Righteousness of God; 
Popular Review of Essays and Reviews ; 
Robert Milligan, A Story ; etc. Editor-in- 
chief of the Christian News, a weekly journal 
founded 1845. Recreations : Change of 
work, walking, Address : 106 West Princes 
Street, Glasgow. [Died 14 May 1910. 

ADDERLEY, Sir Augustus John, K.C.M.G., cr. 
1886 ; C.M.G. 1884 ; J.P. (Shropshire) ; b. 
1835 ; m. Laetitia Anne, d. of Hon. W. H. 
Hall, 1857. At one time member of Legisla- 
tive Council, Bahamas ; Executive Com- 
missioner for Jamaica and Bahamas at 
Fisheries Exhibition, 1883 ; also Royal 
Commissioner for Colonial and Indian Ex- 



hibition, 1886 ; and Executive Commissioner 
for the West India Islands and British 
Honduras ; Delegate Bahamas, Colonial Con- 
ference, 1887. Publications: West Indies 
and British Honduras Handbook, etc. Ad- 
dress : 15 Cornwall Gardens, South Kensing- 
ton, S.W. Club : Union. 

ADDINGTON, 2nd Baron (cr. 1887), Egerton 
Hubbard ; partner in John Hubbard and Co., 
Russia merchants ; Provincial Grand Master 
Bucks, 1895-1908. [First Baron was an M.P. 
1859-87 ; Governor of the Bank of England, 
and Chairman of the Public Works Loan 
Committee, 1853-75.] b. 29 Dec. 1842; S. 
father 1889 ; m. 1880, Mary Adelaide, d. of 
Sir Wyndham S. Portal, 1st Bt.; three *. 
two d. Educ.: Radley ; Christ Church, 
Oxford (M.A.). M.P. (C.) Buckingham, 
1874-80: N. Bucks, 1886-89. Heir: s. 
Hon. John Gellibrand Hubbard, B.A. ; 6. 
7 June 1883; Lieut. Bucks. Batt. Oxon. 
Light Infantry. Address : 7 Campden Hill 
Court, Kensington, W. ; Addington, Win- 
slow. Club : Carlton. [Died 14 June 1915. 

ADDISON, His Honour Judge John Edmund 
Wentworth, K.C., Judge of County Court, 
Southwark ; ft. 1838 ; *. of Henry R. Addi- 
son ; TO. 1873, Alice (d. 1894), d. of Joseph 
M'Keand, Manchester. Educ. : Dublin. 
Called to Bar, Inner Temple, 1862; Q.C. 
1880 ; Bencher, 1883 ; Recorder of Preston, 
1874-90 ; M.P. Ashton-under-Lyme, 1885- 
1895 ; C.C. Judge from 1895. Address : 32 
Norfolk Square, W. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 22 Apr. 1907. 

ADDISON, William Innes, Registrar of the 
University of Glasgow from 1911 ; b. Brechin 
Parish, Forfarshire, 22 March 1857 ; e.s. of 
William Addison, farmer ; m. 1885, Jane 
Thomson, d. of Andrew Paterson ; one d. 
Educ. : Arrat School, near Brechin ; Free 
Church School, Brechin j Edinburgh 
University (Law Honours in Conveyanc- 
ing) ; Glasgow University (Arts) ; admitted 
Notary Public, 1881. Articled apprentice to 
Shiress and Whitson, solicitors, Brechin, 
1871-75 ; clerk to A. Kirk Mackio, S.S.C., 
Edinburgh, 1875-79 ; clerk to James Ritchie, 
Maclean and Co., writers, Glasgow, and their 
successors in business, 1879-87 ; Assistant- 
Clerk of Senate of the University of Glasgow, 
1887-1911, and Registrar of the General 
Council of that University, 1905-11. Publi- 
cations : A Roll of the Graduates of the 
University of Glasgow from 31 December 

1727 to 31 December 1897, with short Bio- 
graphical Notes, 1898 ; The Snell Exhibitions 
from the University of Glasgow to Balliol 
College, Oxford, 1901 ; Prize Lists of the 
University of Glasgow from Session 1777-78 
to Session 1832-33, 1902 ; The Matriculation 
Albums of the University of Glasgow from 

1728 to 1858, Transcribed and Annotated 
1912. Address : The University, Glasgow ; 
2 Florentine Place, Billhead, Glasgow. 

[Died 16 Oct. 1912. 

ADELER, Max (Charles Heber Clark), American 
author ; b. 1841. Publications : Out of the 
Hurly-Burly ; Elbow Room ; An Old Fogey ; 
The Fortunate Island; Captain Bluitt ; 
In Happy Hollow ; The Quakeress. Address : 
Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. 

[Died 4 Sept. 1915. 

ADLER, Very Rev. Hermann, D.D., LL.D. St. 
Andrews, 1899 ; C.V.O. 1909 ; Hon D.C.L. 
Oxford, 1909 ; Ph.D., M.A. ; Chief Rabbi 
United Hebrew Congregations of British 
Empire, 1891 ; b. Hanover, 30 May 1839 ;*. 
of Rev. Dr. Nathan Marcus Adler, Chief 
Rabbi (d. 1890), and Henrietta Worms ; m. 
Rachel, e. d. of late Solomon Joseph, by 
whom he had one s. and two d. , living. 
Educ. : University Coll. School ; University 
5 



ADRIAN 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Coll. London ; Leipsic and Prague Univer- 
sities. 1862, ordained; 1863, Principal 
Jews' Theological College ; 1864, Minister 
Bayswater Synagogue ; 1879, Delegate 
Chief Rabbi ; member of the Committees of 
the King Edward Hospital Fund and of the 
Metropolitan Hospital Sunday Fund ; Vice- 
President of Mansion House Association for 
Improving Dwellings of Poor, of National 
Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children, 
etc. Governor of Univ. Coll. ; President 
Jews' Coll. Publications : Jewish Reply to 
Colenso ; A Volume of Sermons on the Old 
Testament ; Anglo-Jewish Memories and 
other Sermons ; a large number of Pulpit 
Addresses ; Sabbath Readings ; Solomon ibn 
Gebirol, the Poet Philosopher; articles and 
addresses on Education, Social Questions, 
Hebrew Literature, and Anglo-Jewish His- 
tory, in several Reviews ; contributor to the 
Jewish Encyclopaedia. Recreations : read- 
ing, arranging and completing his library of 
MSS. and printed books on Oriental, princip- 
ally Hebrew, Literature and History. Ad- 
dress : 22 Finsbury Square, E.G. ; 6 Craven 
Hill, W. Clubs: Athenaeum (under Rule 
II.), Maccabaeans (hon. mem.). 

[Died 18 July 1911. 

ADRIAN, Frederick Obadiah, C.M.G. 1897; 
Jubilee medal, 1897 ; b. 1836 ; s. of late 
William Thomas Adrian of the Treasury: m. 
Jane Maria (d. 1900), d. of late Rev. C. Wods- 
worth, Prebendary of St. Paul's. Educ. : 
private schools. Entered the Colonial 
Office, 1863 ; Clerk for Legal Instruments, 
Colonial Office, 1880-1901 ; Officer of- Arms 
of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, 
1882-1901. Dec-orated for 'services as Officer- 
of-Arms ; retired, 1901. Address : 89 
Queen's Road, South Hornsey, N. 

[Died 13 Jan. 1909. 

ADYE, General Sir John, G.C.JB. ; Colonel Com- 
mandant Royal Artillery ; b. Sevenoaks, 1 
Nov. 1819 ; s. of Major J. P. Adye, R.A. ; 
A.A.G. of Artillery throughout Crimean 
War ; present at battles of Alma, Balaclava, 
Inkerman, and Siege of Sebastopol ; served 
during Indian Mutiny as A.A.G. of Artillery ; 
present at battles of Pandoo River ; also at 
actions round Cawnpore, and defeat of the 
Gwalior Contingent, Dec. 1857 ; served 
Afghan Frontier War, 1863; present at 
storming of Laloo ; capture of Umbeylah, 
and destruction of Mulka ; appointed Chief 
of Staff and second in command of expedi- 
tion to Egypt, 1882 ; present at Tel-el- 
Mahuta, action at Kassassin, 9 Sept. ; battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir, 13 Sept. ; received thanks 
of Parliament ; Director of Artillery, 1870- 
1S75 ; Governor, Royal Military Academy, 
1875-80 ; Surveyor-General of Ordnance, 
1880-82 ; Governor, Gibraltar, 1883-86. 
Publications : A Review of Crimean War ; 
The Defence of Cawnpore ; Sitana : 
Frontier Campaign in Afghanistan ; Re 
collections of a Military Life, 1895 ; Indian 
Frontier Policy, 1897. Address: 92 St. 
George's Square, S.W. Club : Unitde 
Service. [Died 26 Aug. 1900. 

ADYE, Colonel Walter, C.B. 1909; Deputy 
Assist. Inspector of Remounts, Eastern 
Command from 1914 ; retired ; b. 10 Nov. 
1858 ; 3rd surv. s. of late Major-Genera' 
Goodson Adye of Milverton, Warwick ; m. 
1884, Camille Caroline, d. of Edmond Rey- 
loff ; one d. Educ. : Leamington College ; 
Sandhurst. Gazetted to 83rd Regiment 
(Royal Irish Rifles), 1878 ; D.A.A.G. Head 
quarters, Ireland, 1898 ; of Army, 1899 ; o 
Army, Natal, 1899-1900 ; of Army, 1900-4 
General Staff Officer, 2nd Grade, Head 
quarters of Army, 1904. Served Afghan War 
1879-80 (medal with clasp) ; South African 
War, 1881 ; South African War, 1899-1900 
6 



on Staff (despatches, Queen's medal with 
clasp). Club : Junior United Service. 

[Died 3 Sept. 1915. 

AEHRENTHAL, Count Alois, Minister of the 
Imperial and Royal House and for Foreign 
Affairs ; b. 27 Sept. 1854 ; m. 1902, Pauline, 
Countess Szechenyi ; one s. two d. Educ. : 
Prague ; University of Bonn. Attache, 
Austro-Hungarian Embassy, Paris, 1877 ; 
St. Petersburg, 1878 ; Foreign Office in 
Vienna, 1883 ; St. Petersburg, 1888 ; re- 
called to Foreign Office, 1894 : Minister in 
Bucarest, 1895 ; Ambassador m St. Peters- 
burg, 1899 ; President of the Common 
Council of Ministers, 1906. Address : 
Vienna, I, Ballplatz 2. Clubs : Jockey, 
Vienna ; Park-Club, National Casino, Buda- 
pest. [Died 17 Feb. 1912. 

AGASSIZ, Alexander ; b. Neuehatel, Switzer- 
land, 17 Dec. 1835 ; s. of Louis Agassiz ; 
went to United States, 1848. Educ. : 
Harvard 1855 (Fellow, 1878) ; Lawrence 
Scientific School, 1857 and 1861. Assistant 
United States Coast Survey, 1859 ; Super- 
intendent Calumet and Hecla Copper Mines, 
Lake Superior, 1866-69 ; surveyed Lake 
Titicaca, Peru, 1875 ; Curator and Director 
of the Museum of Comp. Zoology at Harvard, 
1875 ; Assist. U.S. Fish Com. 1891 ; assisted 
Sir Wyville Thomson in examination and 
classification of the collections of the " Chal- 
lenger " ; took part in three dredging ex- 
peditions of steamer " Blake " of United 
States Coast Survey, 1877-80 ; Explorations 
of the Coral Reefs of the Hawaiian Islands, 
1899 ; the Great Barrier Reef of Australia, 
1898 ; the Fiji Islands, 1897 (in the steamers 
" Croydon " and " Yaralla ") ; Deep Sea 
Explorations of the Panamic Region, 1891 
(Albatross) : Expedition in " Albatross " 
to the Tropical Pacific, 1900 ; and to Eastern 
Pacific, 1904-5 ; Explorations of the Florida 
Reef, 1876, 1882, 1896; of the Bahamas, 
1893; of the Bermudas, 1894; of Cuba, 
Jamaica, and other West Indian Islands, 
Wild Duck, and Virginia, 1876, 1896, and 
1906 ; Dir. of University Museum, Harvard ; 
For. Mem. R.S., London and Edinburgh ; 
Linnean Soc. and Zool. Soc., London ; 
Foreign Associate Institut de France, Paris ; 
Pres. Amer. Acad. Arts and Science, Boston ; 
National Academy of Sciences, Washington ; 
Officer Legion d'Honneur ; Chev. Ordre 
pour le Merite ; Victoria Medal, Royal Geo- 
graphical Society ; For. and Cor. Mem. of 
Academy, Berlin, Vienna, Stockholm, Up- 
sala, Copenhagen, Munich, Rome, Leipzig. 
Publications : (with Elizabeth Gary Agassiz, 
his father's wife) Seaside Studies in Natural 
History, 1865 ; Marine Animals in Massa- 
chusetts Bay, 1871 ; Revision of the Echini, 
1872-74 ; Echini of the " Challenger," 1883 ; 
Steamer " Blake," Reports. 1888. Also 
numerous reports on above-named explora- 
tions, and a number of memoirs on Coral 
Reefs, Acalephs, Worms, Fishes, etc., pub- 
lished in the Bulletin and Memoirs of the 
Museum of Comp. Zoology. Address: 
Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. 

[Died 29 March 1910. 

AGLEN, Ven. Anthony Stocker, Rector of St. 
Ninian's, Alyth, from 1872 ; Archdeacon of 
St. Andrews; Chaplain to Bishop of St. 
Andrews : Canon of Perth from 1890 ; b. 
Midsomer Norton, Somersetshire, 1836 ; m. 
1867, Margaret Elizabeth, e. d. of Stephen 
Mackenzie, M.D., Leytonstone ; one s. one d. 
Educ. : Marlborough College ; Univers'.ty 
College, Oxford (Newdigate Prize, 1st Class 
Math Mods. 2nd Class Math.).. Hon. D.D., 
Glasgow. Ordained 1862 ; Assistant Master 
of Marlborough College, 1860-65; Curate 
Scarborough, 1865-72. Publications: con- 
tributed to Encyclopaedia Britannica and to 
Bishop Elliott's Commentary on Old Testa- 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



ment ; edited A Selection from the Writings 
of Dean Stanley, 1895 : Odes and Carmen 
Seculare of Horace translated, 1896 ; Lessons 
in Old Testament History, 1890. Address : 
Parsonage, Alyth, R.S.O., Perthshire. 

[Died 19 Nov. 1908. 

AGLIONBY, Col. Arthur, C.B. 1868; retired; 
b. 1832 ; s. of late Robert Cooper ; m. 1871, 
Elizabeth Aglionby (d. 1885), o. c. of late 
Charles Fetherstonhaugh of Staffield Hall; 
OTie s. one d. Served Indian Mutiny, 1857- 
1858 (medal) ; Abyssinian Campaign, 1867-68 
(despatches, brevet of Lieut.-Col., medal, 
C.B.). [Assumed name of Aglionby, 1885.] 
[Died 11 Feb. 1911. 

AGNEW, Hon. Sir James Wilson, K.C.M.G. ; 
cr. 1895 ; M.D., M.R.C.S. Eng. ; b. 1815 ; 
m. 1st, 1846, Louise (d. 1868), d. of late Major 
Fraser ; 2nd, Blanche (d. 1891), d. of William 
Legge of Navan, Ireland. Educ. : Uni- 
versity Coll. London ; Paris and Glasgow. 
Member Legislative Council, Tasmania, 1877- 
1881. Premier and Chief Secretary, 1886-87. 
Address : Macquarie Street, Hobart, Tas- 
mania. [Died 8 Nov. 1901. 
AGNEW, Hon. John Hume ; member Manitoba 
Legislature from 1903, and Provincial 
Treasurer from 1904, Manitoba ; b. 18 Oct. 
1863 ; m. 1888, Anna Mary Dickson ; three 
d. one s. Educ. : Upper Canada College, 
Toronto. Studied law in Winnipeg in office 
of J. A. M. Aikins, K.C. : practised at Virden, 
Manitoba, and interested in firm of Agnew 
and Smith there. Recreations : cricket, 
shooting, golf. Address : 503 River Avenue, 
Winnipeg. Club : Manitoba. 

[Died 10 Nov. 1908. 

AGNEW, Sir William, 1st Bt. ; cr. 1895 ; Chair- 
man of Bradbury, Agnew and Co., printers, 
publishers, and prripoetors of Punch ; 
President of the Manchester Children's 
Hospital ; President of the Whitworth In- 
stitute ; Vice-President, Children's Hospital, 
Great Ormond Street ; b. 20 Oct. 1825 ; s. of 
Thomas Agnew, Manchester ; m. 1851, 
Mary, d. of G. P. Kenworthy, Peel Hall, 
Astley (d. 1892) ; four s. Educ. : privately. 
M.P. (L.) 1880, S.E. Lancashire; 1885, 
Stretford Div. of Lancashire ; Past President 
of the Salford Liberal Association, and ot 
Manchester Reform Club ; for many years 
head of firm of Thomas Agnew and Sons, 
publishers and art dealers of London, Liver- 
pool, and Manchester (retired). Publica- 
tions : Essays, Addresses, and Notes of 
Travel, printed for private circulation. Heir . 
s. George William. Address : 11 Greal 
Stanhope Street, W. Clubs : Reform 
Devonshire, National Liberal; Reform 
Manchester. [Died 31 Oct. 1910 

AGNEW, Sir William Fischer, Kt. ; cr. 1899 
e. s. of Mai. -Gen. Agnew, Bengal Army 
b. 1847 ; m. 1884. Educ. : Blackheath 
Called to Bar at Lincoln's Inn, 1870 ; prac 
tised in London and Calcutta ; recorder o 
Rangoon, 1884-99. Publications : The Lav 
of Patents, 1874; The Statue of Frauds 
1877 ; Indian Criminal Procedure Code 
1882 ; Law of Trusts in India, 1883 ; Indej 
to Indian Statutes, 1884; Indian Pena 
Code, etc., 1898. Address: 20 Staffon 
Terrace, Kensington, W. Club : Junio 
Constitutional. [Died 20 Dec. 1903 

AIDE, Charles Hamilton, private gentleman 
novelist and dramatist ; b. Paris. Father 
Greek, in diplomacy. Mother, d. of Si 
George Collier. Educ. : Bonn University 
In Army a few years ; turned to Letters o 
1 leaving it. Publications : Rita ; Confid 
ences; The Marstons ; Carr of Carlyon 
Mr. and Mrs. Faulconbridge ; In that Stat 
of Life ; Introduced to Society ; Poet an 
Peer ; Morals and Mysteries ; A Voyage o 
Discovery ; Elizabeth's Pretenders ; Philip 
played by Sir H. Irving, 1872 ; A Nine Day, 



AIRD 

Wonder, played by the Kendals and John 
Hare, 1874; A Great Catch; Doctor Bill, 
adapted from the French ; Jane Treachel, 
1899 ; The Snares of the World, 1901 
Poems, 1865 ; Songs without Music, 3rd ed. 
1889; We are Seven, 1902; Past and 
Present (Poems), 1903 ; also several ballads, 
the best-known The Danube River and 
Remember or Forget. Recreations : sketch- 
ing, travelling. Address : Ascot Wood 
Cottage, Ascot. Clubs : Athenaeum, St. 
James's, Beefsteak, Authors'. 

[Died 13 Dec. 1907. 

IKMAN, George, A.R.S.A. ; artist ; b. 1830. 
Educ. : Royal High School, Edin. Bred an 
engraver ; and for many years engraved 
illustrations for the Encyclopaedia Britannica; 
also portraits. Works : pictures, etchings, 
and portraits. Recreation : golf. Address : 
Studio, 10 Forth Street, Edinburgh (formerly 
the studio of G. Watson, P.R.S.A.). Club : 
Scottish Arts, Edinburgh. 

[Died 8 Jan. 1905. 

JLESBURY, 5th Marquess of (cr. 1821), 
Henry Augustus Brudenell-Bruce. Bt. 1611 ; 
Baron Brudenell, 1628 ; Earl of Cardigan, 
1661 ; Baron Bruce, 1746 ; Earl of Ailes- 
bury, 1776 ; b. 11 April 1842 ; m. Georgina 
Sophia Maria (d. 1902), d. of G. H. Pinckney, 
1870 ; S. his n. 1894. Captain late 9th Foot : 
M.P. (C.) N.W. Wilts, 1886-92. Owned 
about 40,000 acres. Heir : s. Earl of 
Cardigan. Address : Savernake Forest, 
Marlborough ; Villa Marbella, Biarritz. 
Clubs : Carlton, Army and Navy. 

[Died 10 March 1911. 

AINGER, Rev. Alfred, M.A., LL.D., Hon. 
Fellow of Trinity Hall, Camb. ; Canon 
Residentiary of Bristol ; Master of the 
Temple from 1894; Chaplain in Ordinary 
to the King ; b. London, 9 Feb. 1837 ; s. of 
Alfred Ainger, architect. Educ. : King's 
Coll. London ; Trinity Hall, Camb. Curate 
of Alrewas, Lichfield, 1860-64; Assistant 
Master, Sheffield Collegiate School, 1864-66 ; 
Reader at the Temple Church, 1866-93. 
Publications : Sermons Preached in the 
Temple Church ; Memoir of Charles Lamb ; 
Editions of Lamb's Collected Works. Re- 
creation : Literature. Address : Master's 
House, Temple, B.C. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 8 Feb. 1904. 

AINSLIE, Ven. Alexander Colvin, LL.D.; 
Canon of Wells from 1895 ; Archdeacon of 
Taunton from 1896. Educ. : Univ. Coll. 
Oxford, 1st Class Math. (M.A.) , Vicar of 
Corfe, Somerset, 1854-71 ; Henstridge, 1871- 
1883 ; Langport, 1883-91 ; Over Stowey, 1891- 
1896. Address: Wells, Somerset.^ ^ 

AINSWORTH, David, J.P., D.L. ;^ b. 1842; 
e s. of late Thomas Ainsworth, J.P., of The 
Flosh, and Mary, d. of Rev. John Stirling, 
D.D., of Craigie, Co. Ayr ; m. 1874, Margaret, 
2nd d. of late Henry McConnel, of Cress- 
brook, Co. Derby. Educ. : University Coll., 
London Called to Bar at Lincoln's Inn, 
1870 M P , W. Cumberland, 1880-85 and 
1892-95. ' Address : The Flosh, Cleator, 
Whitehaven ; Wray Castle, Windermere ; 
29 Pont Street, S.W. Clubs : Reform, 
Wellington, Devonshire. 



AIRD Sir John, 1st Bt. ; cr. 1901 ; 1st Mayor of 
Paddington ; Commissioner of Lieutenancy, 
Citv of London ; Lt.-Col. Engineer and 
Railway Staff Corps; member of ^ firm of 
John Aird and Sons, contractors ; b. 3 Dec. 
1833 ; m. 1855, Sarah (d. 1909), d. o ! Ben- 
ii min Smith- two s. seven d. Educ.. 



Hall Renton : one 



two d. Address 



AIREDALE 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Eaton Square, S.W.I Address : 14 Hyde 
Park Terrace, W. ; Wilton Park, Beacons- 
field, Bucks. Clubs: Carlton, Junior Carl- 
ton. [Died 6 Jan. 1911. 

AIREDALE, 1st Baron, of Gledhow ; cr. 1907 ; 
*Rt. Hon. James Kitson ; 1st Bt. cr. 1886; 
P.C. 1906 ; Iron and Steel Manufacturer ; 
Director London City and Midland Banking 
Company ; Director N.E.R. Company ; 
b. Leeds, 22 Sept. 1835 ; 2nd s. of late James 
Kitson, Elmet Hall, Leeds ; m. 1st, Emily, d. 
of Joseph Cliff, Wortley, Leeds, 1860 (d. 
1873) ; 2nd, Mary, d. of E. Fisher Smith, 
1881. Educ. : Univ. Coll. London. Presi- 
dent Iron and Steel Institute, 1888-90 ; past 
President of Leeds Chamber of Commerce ; 
six years President National Liberal Federa- 
tion ; M.P. (L.) Colne Valley, W. R. Yorks, 
1892-1907 ; Lord Mayor of Leeds, 1896-97. 
Heir : s. Hon. Albert Kitson. Address : 
Gledhow Hall, Leeds. Clubs: Reform, 
National Liberal, Fine Arts. 

[Died 16 March 1911. 

AIREY, Colonel Henry Parke, C.M.G. 1900; 
D.S.O. 1888; commanding Brigade Div. 
Field Artillery, New South Wales (retired) ; 
b. Kingthorpe Hall, Yorkshire, 3 Aug. 1844 ; 
2nd s. of Capt. H. C. Airey ; m. 1868, 
Florence Ada, y. d. of A. H. M'Culloch, 
Sydney, N.S.W. Educ. : Marlborough ; 
R.M. Coll. Addiscombe. Ensign 101st 
R.M. Fus. 1859 ; served in India six years, 
North- Western Frontier ; retired 1866 ; 
went to Australia, 1866; joined N.S.W. 
Artillery, 1878; served as Lieut. N.S.W. 
contingent to Egypt in 1885 ; A.D.C. to 
General Fremantle at advance and capture 
of Tamai (Egyptian medal, clasp, Khedive 
star), 1885 ; volunteered for service in 
Burma, 1886-87 ; attached to Sir G. White's 
Staff ; commanded Gardner Gun Batt. at 
attack on Hwai-Hwaing ; (severely wounded, 
despatches ; thanked by Governor- General 
of India) Br.-Maj. for distinguished services ; 
Hon. A.D.C. to Governor N.S.W. Burma 
medal and clasp, D.S.O., for distinguished 
service, coolness under fire, and marked 
gallantry (His Ex. C.-in-C.'s Burma letter to 
Viceroy of India) ; commanded 1st Regi- 
ment Australian Bushmen, South Africa, 
1899-1900 ; commanded B area Cape Colony 
nine months (despatches, medal, 4 clasps). 
Recreations : cricket, hunting and driving. 
Address : Pan, Transvaal, S. Africa. 

[Died 12 Oct. 1911. 

AIREY, Sir James Talbot, K.C.B. ; cr. 1877 ; 
General, retired ; Colonel Royal Inniskilling 
Fusiliers ; b. 1812. Entered Army, 1830 ; 
Captain, 1842 ; Major-General, 1868 ; brevet 
Lieut.-General, 1877 ; General, 1881 ; served 
Afghanistan, 1841-42 ; Gwalior, 1843 ; 
Crimea, Kertch, 1855 ; Sebastopol. Ad- 
dress: 114 Victoria Street, S.W. Clubs: 
United Service, Marlborough. 

[Died I Jan. 1898. 

AIRLIE, 8th Earl of (cr. 1639), David William 
Stanley Ogilvy. Baron Ogilvy of Airlie, 
1491. Scotch Representative Peer ; Lieut.- 
Col. in command of 12th Royal Lancers, 1 
Dec. 1897 ; b. 20 Jan. 1856 ; S. father, 1881 ; 
m. Lady Mabell F. E. Gore, e. d. of 5th Earl of 
Arran, 1886. Lieut. 1874; Captain, 1884; 
Major, 1885 ; Nile Expedition, 1884-85. 
Owned about 69,000 acres. Heir : s. Lord 
Ogilvy. Address : Cortachy Castle, Kerry- 
muir, Forfars. Clubs : Marlborough, Army 
and Navy. [Died 11 June 1900. 

AITCHISON, George, R.A. 1898, Architect; 
Professor of Architecture at the R.A. (re- 
signed, 1905) ; Member of the Societ6 Cen- 
trale des Architects Francais, Paris, 1885 ; 
Associate of the Royal Academy of Belgium, 
1897 ; Honorary Member of Imperial Society 
of Architects, St. Petersburg, 1901 ; Foreign 
Member of the Royal Academy of Stockholm, 
8 



1901 ; Member of the Society of Portuguese 
Architects, Lisbon, 1904; Past President 
of Royal Institute of British Architects ; 
b. London ; s. of George Aitchison, architect ; 
unmarried. Educ. : Merchant Taylors' ; 
University College, London. Architect to 
St. Katharine Dock Co., 1861 ; afterwards 
joint-architect to London and St. Katharine 
Docks Co. ; architect to the Founders' Co. ; 
built house for the late Lord Leighton, 
P.R.A Founders' Hall : offices for the 
Royal Exchange Assurance, 129 Pall Mall ; 
decorations for apartments of H.R.H. the 
Princess Louise, Kensington Palace ; A. R.A. 
1881 ; decorated in colour the Livery Hall, 
Goldsmiths' Co., St. Joseph's Chapel, the 
Oratory, Brompton ; former Examiner in 
Architecture and Principles of Ornament at 
S. and A. Department, S. Kensington- 
A.R.A. 1881. Publications : edited and 
wrote Introduction to Ward's Principles of 
Ornament, 1892, and Introduction and 
Appendix on the Orders of Architecture, 
1896 ; contributor to Dictionary of National 
Biography, and Lecturer R.A. ; medals 
from America and Australia ; H.M. the 
Queen's gold medal, 1898. Address : 150 
Harley Street, W. Club : Athenseum. 

[Died 16 May 1910. 

AITCHISON. James Edward Tierney, M.D., 
C.I.E., LL.D., F.R.S. ; Brigade-Surgeon 
H.M. Bengal Medical Service, 1858-1888 ; b. 
Neemuch, India, 28 Oct. 1835 ; 2nd s. of late 
Major James Aitchison and Mary Turner ; 
m. 1862, Eleanor Carmichael, d. of Robert 
Craig, Craigesk, N.B. (d. 1897). Educ.: 
Parish School, Lasswade ; Grammer School, 
Dalkeith ; Edinburgh Academy and Uni- 
versity. L.R.C.S. and M.D. Edinburgh, 
1856 ; entered H.E.I.C.S. as assistant- 
surgeon, 1858 ; British Commissioner, Ladak, 
1872 ; served with 29th P. Regt. N.T. in 
Kurrum Field Force, 1878 (medal and clasp) ; 
Botanist to the Force, 1879-80 ; F.R.S. 
Edinburgh, 1882 ; F.R.S. London, 1883 ; 
created C.I.E. 1883 ; Naturalist with 
Afghan Delimitation Commission, 1884-85 ; 
contested Clackmannan and Kinross (L.U.), 
1892. Publications : A Catalogue of the 
Plants of the Punjab and Sindh, 1869; 
Handbook of the Trade Products of Leh, 
1874 : also The Flora of the Kurrum Valley ; 
The Botany of the Afghan Delimitation Com- 
mission ; The Zoology of the Afghan De- 
limitation Commission ; Notes on the Pro- 
ducts of Western Afghanistan and North- 
East Persia ; and other papers. Recrea- 
tions : cricket, shooting, lawn-tennis, cycling. 
Address: Leyden House, Mortlake, S.W. 
Club : Caledonian United Service, Edin- 
burgh. [Died 30 Sept. 1898. 

AITKEN, Edward Hamilton, B.A., Fellow of 
Bombay University ; Compiler, Sind Gazet- 
teer, Kurrachee : b. Satara, 1851 ; s. of the 
Rev. James Aitken, missionary, Free Church 
of Scotland ; m. 1883, d. of Rev. J. Blake ; 
two s. three d. Educ. : Bombay ; Poona. 
Passed the B.A. and M.A. examinations of 
Bombay University at the head of the list ; 
won the Homejee Cursetjee prize (poem) in 
1880; was Latin Reader in the Deccan 
College, 1880-86, then entered the Customs 
and Salt Department ; served afterwards 
in various parts of the Presidency. Publica- 
tions : wrote under the name of Eha ; 
Tribes on my Frontier ; Behind the Bunga- 
low ; A Naturalist on the Prowl ; Five 
Windows of the Soul ; Common Birds of 
Bombay. Recreation : natural history. Ad- 
dress : Kurrachee. Clubs : Royal Bombay 
Yacht, Sind. \Died25 April 1909. 

A. K. H. B., nom de plume of Boyd, Very Rev. 
A. K. H., q.v. 

AKERMAN, Hon. Sir John William, K.C.M.G. 
cr. 1887 ; b. 1825 ; s. of Rev. James Aker- 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



man, Wesleyan Minister. Educ. : Kings- 
wood School, Kingswood. Twice married. 
Emigrated to Natal, 1850 ; one of its early 
English settlers, was a property owner there, 
but later non-resident. Mayor of Pieter- 
maritzburg 1859 ; Speaker Legislative 
Council, Natal, 12 years ; 30 years member 
for Pietermaritzburg City ; was a J.P. for 
the Colony ; twice Colonial Delegate to 
London and twice in the S.A. Republics. 
Address : Royal Colonial Institute, S.W. 

[Died 24 June 1905. 

ALABASTER, Sir Chaloner, K.C.M.G. ; cr. 
1892; ft. 1838; m. Laura, d, of Dr. G. J. 
Macgowan, 1875 ; late H.M. Consul- General, 
Canton. Address : Dib Aram, Sea Road, 
Boscombe, Bournemouth. 

[Died 28 June 1898. 

ALCOCK, Charles William ; J.P. ; Secretary 
Surrey County Cricket Club from 1872 ; 
President Surrey Football Association : 
Chairman Richmond Town Cricket Ground 
and Athletic Association ; Vice-President Mid- 
Surrey Golf Club ; b. Sunderland, Durham, 
2 Dec. 1842 ; 2nd s. of Charles Alcock, J.P. 
Educ. : Harrow. Hon. Sec. Football As- 
sociation, 1867-90 ; Sec., 1891-96 : Vice- 
Pres., 1896. Publications : Football our 
Winter Game, 1867 ; editor Cricket News- 
paper, 1882-1906 ; Football Annual ; joint- 
editor of Surrey Cricket, its History and 
Associations. Recreations : cricket, foot- 
ball, racquets, athletics, golf ; played for 
Essex at cricket ; captured English Eleven 
against Scotland at Association Football ; 
helped to found Football Association Cup. 
Address : Hazelwood, Richmond, Surrey. 
Clubs : Golfers', Sports'. 

[Died 26 Feb. 1907. 

ALCOCK, Nathaniel Henry, B.A., M.D. (Dubl.) ; 
D.Sc. (Lond.); Joseph Morley Drake Pro- 
fessor of Physiology McGill University, 
Montreal, from 1911 ; b. 12 Feb. 1871 ; s. of 
late D. R. Alcock, M.R.C.S., etc., some time 
Staff Surgeon R.N. ; m. 1905, Nora Lilian 
Lepard, d. of late Sir John Scott, K.C.M.G., 
some time Judicial Adviser to the Khedive ; 
one s. three d. Educ. : Universities of 
Dublin, Marburg, and London. Senior 
Moderator and Gold Medallist in Natural 
Science, T.C.D. 1896 ; Demonstrator of 
Anatomy, Victoria University, Manchester, 
1896-97 ; Assistant to Professor of Institute 
of Medicine T.C.D., 1898-1902; Demon- 
strator of Physiology, University of London, 
1903 ; Lecturer on Physiology, St. Mary's 
Hospital Medical School, 1904-11 ; Vice- 
Dean of the School 1906-10. Publications : 
Textbook of Experimental Physiology (with 
Dr. Ellison), 1909, and numerous papers on 
physiological subjects in the Proceedings of 
the Royal S9ciety, Pfluger's Archiv, Engel- 
mann's Archiv, and other journals. Recrea- 
tions : astronomy, boat sailing, gardening. 
Address: McGill University, Montreal. 

[Died 12 June 1913. 

ALCOCK, Sir Rutherford, K.C.B. ; cr. 1862 ; 
F.R.C.S. Director of British North Borneo 
Company ; b. 1809 ; s. Thos. Alcock, M.D. ; 
m. 1st, Henrietta Bacon (died 1853), 2nd, 
widow of Rev. John Lowder. Surgeon of 
the Marine Brigade in Portugal, 1833-34. 
Served with the Spanish Legion, 1835-37 ; 
Consul, Shanghai, 1840 ; Canton, 1854 ; 
Consul-General, Japan, 1858; Minister to 
Japan, 1859-65 ; to China, 1865-71. A 
British Commissioner for the Paris Exposi- 
tion, 1878 ; President of the R9yal Geo- 
graphical Society, 1876. Publications : Art 
and Art Industries in Japan, etc. Address . 
30 Old Queen Street, S.W. Club : Athen- 
s-urn. [Died 2 Nov. 1987. 
ALDENHAM, 1st Baron (cr. 1896\ Henry 
Hucks Gibbs ; b. London, 31 Aug. 1819 ; m 
1845, Louisa (d. 1897), d. of W. Adams, LL.D 



ALDRIDOE 

five s. one d. Head of Anthony Gibbs and 
?^ J Am d0n ri Director of Bank of England, 
1853-1901 ; Governor, 1875-77 ; M.P. (C.) 
City of London, 1891-92 ; a Trustee of 
National Portrait Gallery. Conservative 
&** : Rugby ; Exeter Coll. Oxford. M.A. 
L844 ; Member of Council, Keble Coll. Oxford. 
Owned about 3500 acres. Heir: s. Hon. 
A. G. H. Gibbs. Address : Aldenham 
House, Herts ; St. Dunstan's, Regent's Park. 
Clubs: Carlton, Junior Carlton, Constitu- 
tional, Athenaeum, Burlington Fine Arts. 

[Died 13 Sept. 1907. 

ALDERSON, Sir Charles Henry, M.A., K.C.B , 
cr. 1903 ; C.B. 1899 ; b. London, 29 June 
1831 ; 2nd *. of Hon. Sir Edward Hall 
Alderson ; unmarried. Educ. : Eton Coll. 
Trinity Coll. Oxford. First-class in Modera- 
tions (classics) ; second class in Final Classical 
Schools; late Fellow of Alt Souls' College. 
H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1857-1882 ; H.M. 
Chief Inspector of Schools, 1882-85 ; Second 
Charity Commissioner, 1885-1900. Chief 
Charity Commissioner for England and 
Wales, 1900-1903. Address: 40 Beaufort 
Gardens, S.W. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 2 May 1913. 

ALDERSON, Rev. Frederick Cecil, M.A., 
Canon of Peterborough from 1891 and 
Rector of Lutterworth from 1893 ; Hon. 
Chaplain to King Edward VII. ; b. 20 Apr. 
1836 ; 5th s. of Baron Alderson ; brother of 
late Marchioness of Salisbury. Educ. : 
Eton ; Trinity Coll. Camb. Curate of Ampt- 
hill, Bedfordshire, 1861-63 ; Curate of 
Hursley, Hants, 1863-65 ; Rector of Holden- 
by, Northampton, 1865-93 ; Hon. Canon of 
Peterborough, 1887-91 ; Chaplain-in- 
Ordinary to Queen Victoria, 1899-1901 ; m, 
Katharine Gwladys, d. of late Sir J. Guest, Bt.. 
M.P., 1861. Recreations: golf, Old Uni- 
versity oar, 1856. Address: Precincts, 
Peterborough ; Rectory, Lutterworth. 
Club : Athenajum. [Died 3 Dec. 1907. 

ALDRICH, Thomas Bailey ; author ; 6. Ports- 
mouth, New Hampshire, 11 Nov. 1836. 
Occupied editorial positions on New York 
Evening Mirror, Willis's Home Journal, 
London Illustrated News : newspaper corre- 
spondent during early part of Civil War ; m. 
1865. Editor of Every Saturday, 1865-74 ; 
Editor of Atlantic Monthly, 1881-90. Publi- 
cations: The Bells, 1855; The Ballad of 
Baby Bell, and other Poems, 1858 ; Poems, 
1865 ; The Story of a Bad Boy, 1869 ; 
Marjorie Daw, 1873; Prudence Palfrey, 
1874 ; Cloth of Gold, and other Poems, 1874 : 
Flower and Thorn, 1876; The Queen of 
Sheba, 1877; Lyrics and Sonnets, 1880; 
The Stillwater Tragedy, 1880; Friar 
Jerome's Beautiful Book, 1881 ; From 
Ponkapog to Pesth, 1883; Mercedes, and 
Later Lyrics, 1883; Wyndham Towers, 
1889 ; The Sisters' Tragedy, and other Poems, 
1891 ; Two bites at a Cherry, with other 
Tales, An Old Town by the Sea, 1893 ; Un- 
guarded Hates, 1895 ; Lyrics, 1895 ; Judith 
and Holofernes, 1896; complete edition 
(Riverside) of works, 1897 ; A Sea Turn and 
Other Matters, 1902; Ponkapog Papers, 
1903. Address : Redman Farm, Ponkapog, 
Mass. ; Mt. Vernon Street, Boston, U.S.A. 
[Died March 1906. 

ALDRIDGE, Major John Barttelot, D.S.0. 1900 ; 
Major, 27th Battery, R.F.A., Athlone ; b. 
8 Feb. 1871 ; y. s. of late Major John Al- 
dridge ; m. 1899, Margaret Jessie, d. of late 
J Goddard of the Manor House, Newton 
Harcourt; three s. Educ.: Winchester. 
Joined R.A., 1889 ; Captain, 1899 ; Major, 
1906; served South Africa, 1899-1900. 
Recreations : polo, hunting, cricket, tennis, 

f)lf. Address: Athlone, Ireland. Clubs : 
aval and Military, HurUngam. ^ 



ALDWORTH 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



ALDWORTH, Lieut.-Col. W., D.S.O., 1886 
Commanding 2nd Battalion Duke of Corn 
wall's Light Infantry- b. Carrigtwohill, Co 
Cork ; e. surv. s. of Col. Robert Aldworth 
J.P., Co. Cork, and Olivia Catherine, d. 
Rev. James Morton, Rector of Newmarke 
Co. Cork. Educ. : Rossall and Cliftor 
Joined Bedfordshire Regt. 1874 ; passec 
Staff College, 1894 ; Burmese Expeditionars 
Force, 1885 ; A.D.C. and acted Mil. Sec. t 
Maj.-Gen. Sir Henry Prendergast, V.C 
K.C.B. (despatches and created D.S.O.) 
Isazai Expedition, 1892; Chitral Relie 
Force, 1895 ; storming of the Malakand 
action near Khar ; Tirah Expeditionary 
Force, D.A.A.G. 2nd Brigade, 1897-98 
action at the Sampagha Pass ; action at the 
Arhanga Pass ; operations against the Khan 
Khel Chamkahis ; operations in the Baza: 
Valley (despatches, Brevet of Lieut.-Col.) 
India medal, 1854 ; clasp, Burma, 1885-86 
India medal, 1895 ; clasps, Relief of Chitral 
1895; Punjab Frontier, 1897-98; Tirah 
1897-98. Recreations : riding, hunting 
Club : Army and Navy. 

[Died 20 Feb. 1900 
ALEXANDER, Mrs. ; see Hector, Annie Alex 

ander. 

ALEXANDER, Arthur Harvey, Immigration 
Agent-General, British GTiiana, from 1883 ; 
Member of the Executive Council ; b, 
Grenada, 25 Feb. 1843: e. s. of Charles 
Alexander of Montreuil, Grenada, and 
Margaret Drysdale, y, d. of Andrew Douglas 
of Jedburgh, N.B. ; m. 1867, Isabella, e. d. 
of Rev. James Gibson, D.D., of Avoch, Ross- 
shire, N.B. Educ. : Aberdeen University, 
Third. Bursar of his year. Joined the 
Jamaica Constabulary as Sub-Inspector. 
1867 : Immigration Agent-General Jamaica, 
1871 ; served in the British Guiana Militia, 
and retired with the rank of Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1895, receiving the thanks of Govern- 
ment " for the valuable services rendered to 
the Militia." Publication : History of East 
Indian Immigration to Jamaica. Recrea- 
tions : riding and driving. Address : Hazel- 
wood, Dufftown, N.B. ; Georgetown, British 
Guiana. Clubs : Conservative ; Royal West- 
ern Yacht, Plymouth ; Georgetown, Demerara. 
[Died 29 Dec. 1905. 

ALEXANDER, Boyd, retired Lieut. Rifle 
Brigade ; F.R.G.S. : F.Z.S. ; b. 1873 ; e. s. 
of Lt.-Col. Boyd Francis Alexander, q.v. 
Educ. : Radley College. Entered 7th Batt. 
Rifle Brigade (mil.) 1893; Captain, 1898; 
leader of scientific expedition to Cape de 
Verde Islands, 1897 ; explored the Zambesi 
and Kafuc rivers, 1898-99 ; appointed to 
Gold Coast Constabulary, and took part in 
relief of Kumasi, 1900 (medal with clasp, 
1902 ; and appointed to a commission in the 
Rifle Brigade) ; led a scientific expedition to 
Fernando Po, which resulted in successful 
ascent of Mount St. Isabel and discovery of 
many new birds, 1904 ; leader of Alexander- 
Gosling Expedition across Africa from Niger 
to Nile, 1904-7 ; retired from army, 1907 ; 
Gold Medallist Royal Geographical Society, 
Antwerp, 1907 ; Hon. Fellow Royal Scottish 
Geographical Society, 1907 ; Gold Medallist 
Royal Geographical Society, London, 1908. 
Publications : From the Niger to the Nile, 
2 vols. ; Birds of Kent in Victoria History of 
England ; many papers in the Ibis, Zoologist 
and Field. Address: Swifts Place, Cran- 
brook. Clubs : Junior Constitutional, Arts. 
[Died 3 May 1910. 

ALEXANDER, Major-Gen. Sir Claud, 1st Bt. ; 
cr. 1886 ; s. of Boyd Alexander, of Balloch- 
myle, Ayrshire, and Southbarn, Renfrew- 
shire ; b. London, 15 Jan. 1831 ; m. Eliza, 
only d. of late Alex. Spiers, M.P., of Elderslie, 
Renfrewshire, 1863. Educ. : Eton ; Christ 
Church, Oxford. Entered Grenadier Guards, 
10 



1849 ; served in Crimea, including siege and 
fall of Sebastopol; M.P. South Ayrshire, 
1874-85. Heir : s. Claud, b. 24 Feb. 1867. 
Address : Ballochmyle, Mauchline, Ayr- 
shire ; 24 Old Queen Street, Westminster. 
Clubs : Guards', Carlton, Marlborough, 
Senior United Service. 

[Died 23 May 1899. 

ALEXANDER, Henry, Editor, Aberdeen Free 
Press ; b. 1841 ; s. of James Alexander, 
farmer, Pitcaple, Aberdeenshire ; m. 1874, 
Annie (d. 1905), d. of late William M'Combie, 
founder and first editor of the Free Press. 
Educ. : Parish School, Chapel of Garioch ; 
private study. Trained as an engineer and 
employed as such for some years ; joined 
editorial staff of Aberdeen Free Press 1871. 
Address : 1 Queen's Cross, Aberdeen. 

[Died 31 Dec. 1914. 

ALEXANDER, Very Rev. John, Dean of Fens ; 
b. 2 Sept. 1833 ; s. of Rev. Dr. Alexander, 
Rector of Came ; m. 1866, Caroline, d. of 
John Edmund Jacob, M.D. ; three s. four 
d. Educ. : Trin. Coll. Dublin. M.A. 
Curate of Callan, Co. Kilkenny ; Rector of 
Corelone, Queen's County ; Rector of Mul- 
rankin. Address : Wellington House, Cahir, 
Co. Tipperary. [Died 19 Nov. 1908. 

ALEXANDER, Most Rev. William, G.C.V.O., 
cr. 1911 ; D.D., D.C.L. Oxon. ; LL.D. 
Dublin : b. 13 Apr. 1824 ; s. of Rev. R. 
Alexander, Prebendary of Aghadowey ; m. 
1850, Cecile Frances (d. 1895), d. of Major 
John Humphreys, Milltown House, Tyrone ; 
one s. two d. Educ.:. Tunbridge School ; 
Exeter and Brasenose Colleges, Oxford ; 
Curate of Derry Cathedral ; Rector succes- 
sively of Termonamongan, Upper Fahan, 
Camus- Juxta Mourne, Diocese of Derry ; 
Dean of Emly ; Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, 
1867 ; Archbishop of Armagh and Primate 
of all Ireland (Church of Ireland), 1896 
(retired 1911); Hon. 4th classics. Theo- 
logical Essay, 1850 ; Installation Ode, 1853 ; 
Sacred Prize Poem, 1864. Publications : 
Witness of the Psalms (Bampton Lectures, 
1874), 3rd edition ; Leading Ideas of the 
Gospels, 3rd edition ; Verbum Crucis, 5th 
edition ; Primary Convictions, 2nd edition ; 
Discourses on Epistles of St. John, 6th 
edition ; The Finding of the Book, and other 
Poems, new edition ; Commentaries on 
Epistles to Colossians, Thessalonians, Phile- 
mon, I. II. III. John (Speaker's Commen- 
taries, vols. iv. v.) ; What Think ye of Christ ? 
and other Sermons, 2nd edition. Recrea- 
tions : literary and conversational. Ad- 
dress : Belton Lodge, Torquay. Clubs : 
Athenaeum ; Sackville Street, Dublin. 

[Died 12 Sept. 1911. 

LLFIERI, Ernest, editor of Music, founded by 
him, 1895 ; London correspondent of The 
Music Trades, New York s. of Charles 
Alfieri, private schoolmaster ; b. Hanley, 
Staffs, April 11, 1864. Educ. : singing 
under Fred Walker, Chas. Lunn, David 
Strong ; harmony, late Henry Gadsby, and 
others. After newspaper experience at 
Southport, Lanes, came to London ; con- 
tinuous journalistic work of all kinds ; 
newspaper and magazine contributor ; as 
lyric writer collaborated with the leading 
song - writers of the day ; wrote verses 
and short stories for English, Canadian, 
and American magazines. Publications : 
Modest Idylls for Musical Setting ; com- 
poser of albums of songs and separate 
ballads, Eight Pastoral Songs for Little 
People, four albums of children's songs 
(with Noel Johnson). Recreations : land- 
scape painting in water-colours. Address : 
Durlston Road, Kingston-on-Thames. 

\Died Nov. 1913. 

LFORD, Charles Richard, D.D. Cantab. 1867 ; 
retired Bishop of Victoria, Hong-Kong ; b. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



13 Aug. 1816. Educ. : St. Paul's ; Trinity 
Coll. Camb. Bishop of Victoria, 1867; 
Vicar of Christ Church, Claughton, 1874; 
Commissary Diocese of Huron, Ontario, 
1880. Publications: First Principles of 
the Oracles of God, 1856 ; Charge to Diocese 
of Victoria, with Review of Missions to China 
and Japan, 1871 ; Standfast, 1895 ; Sermons. 
Recreations : shorthand writer and precis 
writer. Address : 30 Wilbury Iload, West 
Biighton. Club : National. 

[Died 13 June 1898. 

ALFORD, Sir Edward Fleet, Kt. ; cr. 1902 ; 
F.R.G.S., F.Z.S. ; b. 1850; y. s. of late 
Bishop Alford of Victoria, Hong Kong ; m. 
1886, e. d. of late Colonel John Shand, Madras 
Staff Corps. Went out to Hong Kong, 1867, 
as an employee in the firm of Jardine, 
Matheson & Co., in which he ultimately 
became a partner ; Chairman of the Shanghai 
General Chamber of Commerce, 1896-99 ; 
returned to England and retired from busi- 
ness, 1899 ; contested Altrincham Division 
of Cheshire, 1900 ; served on committees 
appointed by the Government to inquire into 
the Chinese Indemnity question and the 
increase of Import Tariff, 1901-1902. Ad- 
dress : 26 The Eoltons, S.W. Club : Reform. 
[Died 18 March 1905. 

ALGER, John Goldworth, at one time one of 
the Paris correspondents of the Times ; o. s. 
of John Alger. corn merchant. Diss, Norfolk, 
and Jemima, d. of Salem Goldworth, yeo- 
man, Morningthorpe. Educ. : Diss. Be- 
came a journalist at the age of sixteen, and 
had engagements on the Norfolk News, 
Oxford Journal, and Parliamentary staff of 
the Times. Publications : Paris in 1789-94 ; 
Glimpses of the French Revolution ; English- 
men in the French Revolution ; New Paris 
Sketch-Book; Napoleon's British Visitors 
and Captives. Recreation : historical re- 
searches. Address : Holland Park Court, 
Addison Road, W. [Died 23 May 1907. 

ALI, Mir Aula, Professor of Arabic, Dublin 
University, from 1861. 

[Died 15 July 1898. 

ALINGTON, 1st Baron (cr. 1876), Henry 
Gerard Sturt ; Steward Jockey Club ; 6. 16 
May 1825 ; m. 1st, 1853, Lady Augusta 
Bingham, d. of 3rd Earl of Lucan (d. 1888) ; 
2nd, 1892, Evelyn Henrietta, d. of late 
Blundell Leigh. M.P. Dorchester, 1847-56 ; 
Dorset, 1856-76. Owned about 18,000 
acres. Recreations : racing, member of the 
Jockey Club. Heir : s. Hon. H. N. Sturt. 
Address : 8 South Audley Street, W. ; 
Crichel, Wimborne. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 17 Feb. 1904. 

ALISON, Sir Archibald, 2nd Bt. ; cr. 1852 ; 
G.C.B., LL.D. ; General, retired, 1893 ; 
Col. of the Seaforth Highlanders, 1897 ; b. 
Edinburgh, 21 Jan. 1826 : s. of Sir A. 
Alison, 1st Bt. (d. 1867), author of History of 
Europe ; m. Jane, d. of late James Black, 
Dalmonach. Educ. : Edinburgh and 
Glasgow Universities. Entered army, 1846 ; 
served in the Crimea with 72nd Highlanders ; 
present at assaults on Sebastopol and Ex- 
pedition to Kertch ; Military Sec. to Sir 
Colin Campbell (Lord Clyde), Commander- 
in-Chief, India, 1857 ; lost left arm at relief 
of Lucknow, Nov. 1857 ; commanded 
European Brigade, Ashantee Expedition, 
1873-74 : Head of the Intelligence Depart- 
ment, 1878-82 ; in command at Alexandria, 
1882, after the bombardment, till arrival of 
Lord Wolseley ; commanded Highland 
Brigade, Tel-el-Kebir', 13 Sept. 1882 ; Com- 
mander-in-Chief, Egypt, 1882-83 ; com- 
manded Aldershot Division, 1883-89 ; Ad- 
jutant-General, 1888 ; Member of Council of 
India, 1889-99. Publications : a contributor 
to Blackwood's Magazine for many years. 



ALLEN 

Recreations : hill-walking, riding, reading. 
Heir : s. Archibald, b. 1862. Address : 
93 Eaton Place, S.W. Clubs : United 
Service, Hurlingham ; New, Edinburgh. 

[Died 5 Feb. 1907. 

ALLAN, Sir William, Kt. ; cr. 1902 ; M.P. (L.) 
Gateshead from 1893 : J.P. and D.L. Co. 
Durham ; Director of Richardsons, West- 
garth & Co., Limited ; Chairman of 
the Albyn Line, Limited ; b. Dundee, 29 
Nov. 1837 ; m. Jane, d. of Walter Seattle of 
Lockerbie, N.B. Educ. : Dundee, " but the 
world has been my chief educator and men 
my books." Working engineer, engineer in 
Royal Navy and Merchant Service ; Chief 
Engineer blockade-runner in American Civil 
War ; captured lodged in Old Capitol 
Prison ; paroled out ; Manager, North - 
Eastern Marine Engineer Co. for fifteen years ; 
carried on business at Scotia Engine Works, 
Sunderland, 1886-1900. Publication : 
Gordon, 1895 ; Sunset Songs, 1897 ; Songs 
of Love and War, 1900. Recreations : writ- 
ing songs, smoking pipe. Address : Scot- 
land House, Sunderland. Club : National 
Liberal. [Died 28 Dec. 1903. 

ALLCHIN, Sir William Henry, Kt., cr. 1907 ; 
Physician-Extraordinary to the King ; Con- 
sulting Physician and Vice-Pres. West- 
minster Hospital ; Consulting Physician to 
the Victoria Hospital for Children, the Poplar 
Hospital for Accidents, and to the Western 
and Marylebone General Dispensaries ; 
member of Senate, Univ. of London ; Life 
Governor of University College ; President 
Medical Society of London, 1901-2; 6. 16 
Oct. 1846 ; e. s. of Dr. Allchin of Bayswater ; 
m. Margaret, e. d. of Alexander Holland of 
New York, 1880. Educ. : privately ; Uni- 
versity College, London. Fellow, formerly 
Senior Censor, Royal College of Physicians, 
London; Harveian Orator R.C.P. 1903; 
Fellow Royal Society of Edinburgh. Medi- 
cal scholar (gold medal) University of London, 
1871 ; at one time examiner and member 
Consultative Board Medical Service, R.N. ; 
formerly Examiner in Medicine at the Uni- 
versities of London and Durham, the Royal 
College of Physicians, and the Medical De- 
partment of the Army. Publications: 
Duodenal Indigestion (Bradshaw Lecture, 
R.C.P.), 1891 ; Nutrition and Malnutrition 
(Lumleian Lectures R.C.P.), 1905- The 
Breaking Strain (oration Med. Soc. Lond.), 
1896; Some Relationships of Indigestion 
(Hunterian Society Lecture), 1897 ; various 
articles in Quain's Dictionary of Medicine, 
Keating's Cyclopaedia of Diseases of Children, 
Allbutt's System of Medicine, The Lancet, 
and the Westminster Hospital Reports ; 
editor of A Manual of Medicine, 5 vols. 
Address: 5 Chandos Street, Cavendish 
Square, W. ; Nut Tree Hall, Plaxtole, Kent. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Conservative ; Kent 
County, Maidstone. [Died 8 Feb. 1911. 

ALLCROFT, Herbert John ; b. 1865 ; e. s. of 
late John Derby Allcroft, of Stokesay Court, 
M.P. for Worcester, and 2nd wife, Mary 
Jewell, e. d. of John Blundell, of Tinsbury 
Manor, Hants; m. 1900, Margaret Jane, 
o. d. of late Lieut.-Gen. Sir W. Russell, 2nd 
Bt., C.B. ; one s. one d. Educ. : Harrow. 
Called to Bar at Inner Temple, 1890 ; High 
Sheriff of Salop, 1893 ; Patron of five livings. 
Address: Stokesay Court, Onibury, Shrop- 
shire. Clubs: Carlton, Conservative. ^ 

ALLEN, Grant, Man of Letters ; b. Kingston, 
Ontario, Canada, 24 Feb. 1848; s. of .Rev. 
J. A. Allen, Incumbent of Holy Trinity, 
Wolfe Island, Canada. Ednr. : United 
States ; France ; King Edward s, Birming- 
ham ; Merton Coll. Oxford B.A Oxford. 
Publications : Physiological /Ls thetlC3 ' 



ALLEN 

1877 ; Charles Darwin, 1885 ; The Evolu- 
tionist at Large, 1883 ; The Colour Sense, 
1879 ; Philistia, 1884 ; Babylon, 1885 ; 
Colin Clout's Calendar, 1882 ; The Colour of 
Flowers, 1882 ; Flowers and their Pedigrees, 
1883 ; For Maimie's Sake, 1886 ; In all 
Shades, 1886 ; The Beckoning Hand, 1887 ; 
The Devil's Die, 1888 ; This Mortal Coil, 
1888 ; White Man's Foot, 1888 ; Force and 
Energy, 1888 ; The Tents of Shem, 1891 ; 
The Woman who Did, 1895 ; Post-Prandial 
Philosophy, 1894 ; Strange Stories, 1884 ; 
Anglo-Saxon Britain, 1881 ; The British 
Barbarians, 1895 ; Science in Arcady, 1892 ; 
Historical Guides (Paris, Florence, Belgium, 
and Venice), 1897 ; The Evolution of the 
Idea of God, 1897. Address : The Croft, 
Hindhead, Haslemere. Club : Savile. 

[Died 26 Oct. 1899. 

ALLEN, Henry George, K.C. ; Alderman of 
Pembrokeshire County Council ; 2nd s. of 
John Hensleigh Allen; formerly M.P. Pem- 
broke Boroughs and Chairman of Pembroke- 
shire Quarter Sessions, and Gertrude, 3rd d. 
of Lord Robert Seymour. Unmarried. 
Educ. : Rugby ; Christ Church, Oxford. 
B.A. 1837 : M.A. 1840 ; Q.C. 1879 ; M.P. 
Pembroke Boroughs, 1880-86 ; for 16 years 
Chairman of Pembrokeshire Quarter Sessions. 
Address: Paskeston, Pembroke. Clubs: 
Arthur's, Oxford and Cambridge. 

[Died 25 Nov. 1908. 

ALLEN, Very Rev. James ; b. 1802. Dean 
St. David's,! 878-95. Educ. : Trinity Coll. 
Cambridge. Vicar of Castlemartin, Pem- 
brokeshire, 1839-72 ; Canon, St. David's, 
1870; Dean, 1878. Address: Cathedral 
Close, St. David's. [Died 26 June 1897. 

ALLEN, John Romilly, F.S.A. ; editor of the 
Reliquary and of the Archseologia Cam- 
brensis ; b. London, 9 June 1847 ; s. of 
George Baugh Allen, Special Pleader of the 
Inner Temple. Educ. : King's Coll. School, 
London, 1857-60; Rugby School, 1860-63; 
King's Coll. London, 1864-66. Articled 
pupil to George Fosbery Lyster, Engineer in 
Chief to the Mersey Docks and Harbour 
Board, 1867-70 ; afterwards held appoint- 
ments as Resident Engineer on Baron de 
Renter's Persian railways and on the con- 
struction of docks at Leith and Boston 
(Lines.) ; Rhind Lecturer in Archaeology in 
Edinburgh, 1886 ; Yates Lecturer in Archae- 
ology, University College, London, 1898. 
Publications : Design and Construction of 
Dock Walls, 1876 ; Christian Symbolism in 
Great Britain, 1887 ; Monumental History 
of the Early British Church, 1889 ; Early 
Christian Monuments of Scotland, 1903 ; 
Celtic Art in Pagan and Christian Times, 1904. 
Recreation : collecting strange oaths on 
golf links wherewith to address scorching 
cyclists in a suitable manner when occasion 
required. Address : 28 Great Ormond 
Street, W.C. [Died 5 July 1907. 

ALLEN, Maj.-Gen. Ralph Edward, C.B. 1900 ; 
J.P. (Somerset) ; retired pay ; b. Halifax, 
. Nova Scotia, 23 Feb. 1846 ; e. s. of Maj. 
Ralph Shuttleworth Allen, J.P., D.L., 
Somerset, Hampton Manor, Bath (d. 1887), 
and Annie Elizabeth, d. of Sir Samuel Cunard, 
Bart. Educ. : Eton. Joined 15th Regt. 
1865 ; commanded 2nd Batt. 1893-96 ; 
p.s.c. 1882 ; Brigad.-Maj. Belfast, 1884 ; 
D.A.A. and Q.M.G. South Africa, 1884-85 ; 
Bechuanaland Expedition, brevet of Lieut.- 
Col. ; D.A.A.G. Eastern Dist. 1886-87 ; 
Chatham, 1887-89 ; N. West Dist. 1889-90 ; 
A.A.G. Curragh, 1896-97 ; A.A.G. War 
Office, 1897-99 ; A.A.G. South Africa, 1899- 
1900 ; Major-Gen. Infantry Brigade, South 
Africa, 1900-1 (despatches, C.B., medal 
with two clasps). Recreations : shooting, 
hunting, golf, travelling. Address : 10 
12 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Hanover Square, W. Clubs : Naval and - 
Military, St. James's, Army and Navy. 

[Died 23 Feb. 1910. 

ALLEN, Rev. Richard Watson, M.V.O. 1909 ; 
Wesleyan Minister; b. 24 Oct. 1833; 
*. of Rev. James Allen ; m. 1863, Mary (d. 
1912), 2nd d. of Robert Hammond of Finning- 
ham ; two s. three d. Educ. : Kingswood 
School, and Grammar School, Gt. Yarmouth. 
Military Tutor: Assistant Master, Wesley 
College, Sheffield. 1856-59 ; entered Wesleyan 
Ministry, 1859 ; President's Assistant, 1862- 
1863 ; Acting Wesleyan Chaplain, 1870-1909 ; 
Joint-Secy. Wesleyan London Mission, 1884- 
1885 ; Secretary of Wesleyan Army and Navy 
Committee and Board, 1876-1909 ; Delegate 
to Methodist (Ecumenical Conference, 
America, 1891 ; Member of Legal Hundred 
of Wesleyan Conference, 1892 ; Wesleyan 
Chaplain to Imperial Representative Corps 
for Inauguration of Australian Common- 
wealth, 1900-1 : Member of War Office 
Advisory Committee on Moral and Spiritual 
Welfare of the Army and Secretary of 
Wesleyan Prisons Committee; Hon. Chap- 
lain to the Forces, 1st Class, 1901. Publica- 
tions : Life of the Rev. G. W. Baxter, 
Missionary and Army Chaplain ; Handbook 
and History of Wesleyan Soldiers' and 
Sailors' Homes ; Magazine and Review 
articles. Address: 26 Edith Road, W. 
Kensington, W. [Died 8 Oct. 1914. 

ALLEN, Captain Robert Calder, C.B. 1877 ; b. 
1812. Entered Navy 1827 ; retired Captain 

1870 ; served China, 1842 ; against Malay 
pirates of Borneo, 1844 ; Arctic searching 
expedition, 1850-51 ; Baltic, 1854-55 ; 
Master of " Resolute." Address : 72 Shir- 
land Road, Maida Vale, N. 

[Died 28 Jan. 1903. 

ALLEN, Rev. Thomas, D.D. Governor of 
Handsworth College, near Birmingham, and 
Tutor in Pastoral Theology and Church 
Organisation, 1897-1905- b. Marbury, 
Cheshire, 1837. Educ. : Didsbury College, 
Manchester. Entered Wesleyan Ministry, 
1857 ; stationed in Leeds, Bristol, London, 
Southport, Sheffield, Manchester, etc. ; 
President of Wesleyan Conference, 1900 ; 
Delegate to American Methodist Episcopal 
Church, 1900. Address: 47 Park Drive, 
Harrogate. [Died 14 Aug. 1912. 

ALLEN, Major William Lynn, D.S.O. 1902; 
2nd Batt. The Border Regiment ; b. 8 May 

1871 ; s. of late Bulkeley Allen ; m. 1898, 
Adeline Miriam, d. of late Isaac G. Dickinson 
of Newcastle. Entered Border Regiment, 
1893; Captain, 1902; Major, 1913 ; served 
South Africa, 1899-1902 (despatches, medal, 
five clasps, D.S.O.). Address : West Lynn, 
Altrincham, Cheshire. [Died 14 Oct. 1914. 

ALLEN, William Shepherd, J.P. and D.L. for 

Staffordshire ; s. of William Allen and Maria 
Shepherd; b. 1831; m. 1869, Elizabeth 
Penelope, o. c. of John Candlish, M.P., 
Sunderland. Educ. : home and Oxford. 
B.A. 1854 ; M.A. 1857. M.P. (L.) Newcastle- 
under-Lyme, 1865-86. Address : Wood- 
head Hall, Cheadle, Staffs ; Annandale, 
Piako, New Zealand. Club : Reform. 

[Died 15 Jan. 1915. 

ALLENDALE, 1st Baron (cr. 1906), Wentworth 
Blackett Beaumont, J.P., D.L. ; e. s. of 
Thomas Wentworth Beaumont, M.P., of 
Bywell and Bretton, and Henrietta J. Emma, 
d. of John Atkinson of Maple Hayes, Staffs ; 
b. 1829; m. 1st, 1856, Lady Margaret de 
Burgh Canning (d. 1888), 4th d. of 1st 
Marquess of Clanricarde ; 2nd, 1891, Edith 
Althea, d. of late Maj.-Gen. H. M. Hamilton, 
C.B., and widow of Col. Sir G. Pomeroy 
Colley, K.C.S.I. Educ. : Harrow ; Trinity 
College, Cambridge. M.P., S. Northumber- 
land, 1852-85; Tyneside Div. 1886-92, 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Heir: s. W. C. B. Beaumont. Address: 
Bretton Park, Wakefleld ; 144 Piccadilly, 
W. Clubs : Reform, Travellers', Brooks's. 
[Died 13 Feb. 1907. 

ALLEYNE, Maj.-Gen. Sir James, K.C.B. ; cr. 

1897 ; commanding Royal Artillery, Alder- 
shot district. Educ. : Cheltenham Coll. ; 
privately ; Royal Military Academy. 
Entered Royal Artillery, 1862; Captain, 
1875 ; Brevet-Major, 1879 ; Brevet Lieut,- 
Col. 1882; Colonel, 1885; Major-General, 
1895: commanded R.A. Red River Ex- 
pedition, 1870 ; Zulu campaign, battle of 
Ulundi, pursuit of Zulu King ; despatches, 
London Gazette, 21 Aug. 1879 ; medal and 
clasp ; Brevet-Major ; Egyptian Expedition, 
1882, as D.A.A.G. ; action of Tel-el-Mahuta 
and battle of Tel-el-Kebir ; despatches, 2 
Nov. 1882 ; medal and clasp, bronze star, 
Osmanieh ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. ; Soudan 
Expedition, 1884-85 ; Nile, Director of 
River Transport, and A.A.G. headquarters ; 
commanded detached force at battle of 
Kirbekan; despatches, 25 Aug. 1885; two 
clasps ; promoted Colonel ; Commissioner 
for subdivision of Zululand, 1879 ; Com- 
missioner to delineate Transvaal-Swazi 
boundary, 1880 ; created C.B. 1891 ; Queen's 
Jubilee Medal, 1897. Address : Aldershot ; 
United Service Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

[Died 23 Apr. 1899. 

ALLEYNE, Sir John Gay Newton, 3rd Bt. ; cr. 
1769 ; Memb. Inst. C.E. and Mechanical 
Engineers ; Vice-President Iron and Steel 
Institute ; J.P. ; County Alderman ; b. 
8 Sept. 1820 ; S. father 1870 ; m. Augusta 
Isabella (d. 1910), d. of Sir Henry Fitz- 
Herbert, 3rd Bt., 1851 ; seven d. Educ. : 
Harrow ; Bonn. Warden of Dulwich Coll. 
1843-51 ; Engineer and Manager of Butterley 
Iron Works, Derbyshire, 1852-80. Heir: 
g. s. John Meynell, b. 1889. Address : 
Chevin, Belper, Derbyshire ; 3 Cambridge 
Place, Falmouth. ]Died 20 Feb. 1912. 

ALLGOOD, Maj.-Gen. George, C.B. 1864; 
retired 1869 ; b. 1827 ; ,9. of Robert Lancelot 
Allgood; m. 1862, Elizabeth (d. 1874), 
d. of R. R. Clayton, Newcastle-on-Tyne.' 
Educ. : Rugby. Entered Bengal Army, 
1846 ; served with 49th Bengal N.I. at siege of 
Moultan ; Trigonometrical Survey of Kash- 
mir, 1855 ; as A.Q.M.G. to Lord Clyde 
through the Indian Rebellion, 1857-59, and to 
General Sir J. Michel in the China Campaign, 
1860 ; and in the Frontier (Umbeyla) Cam- 
paign, 1863. Publication : The China War. 
Decorated for Umbeyla Campaign. Recrea- 
tions : hunting, shooting, fishing. Address : 
Blindburn, Wark-on-Tyne. 

[Died 18 Oct. 1907. 

ALLINGHAM, Herbert William, F.R.C.S. ; 
Surgeon to the Household of H.M. King 
Edward VII., and Surgeon-in- Ordinary to 
the Prince of Wales (now King George V.) ; 
Surgeon Great North Central Hospital 
(retired) ; Assistant Surgeon and Lecturer 
on Operative Surgery, St. George's Hospital ; 
Consulting Surgeon, Surgical Aid Society ; 
m. Alexandra (d. 1904). Publications : 
many medical works. Address : 25 Gros- 
venor Street, Grosvenor Square, W. 

[Died 4 Nov. 1904. 

ALLISTON, Sir Frederick Prat, Kt., cr. 1908 ; 
D.L. ; b. Margate, 27 Dec. 1832 ; twice 
married, six s. Educ. : Jersey. Member 
of Corporation of City of London 1878-1908 ; 
Sheriff, 1898-99 ; City Representative on 
London, C.C., 1901-7 ; Liveryman of Card- 
wainers' and of Masons' Companies ; Al- 
moner of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1900- 
1904 ; Deputy Chairman, L.C.C., 1904-1905 ; 
Alderman of the City of London (Bread 
Street Ward) 1895-1908; one of H.M. 

t Lieutenants for the City ; P.G.D. Grand 



ALMA-TADEMA 

Lodge of Freemasons; Chairman (retired) 
of Alliston & Company, Ltd. Address: 
46 Friday Street, E.G. ; Kamesburgh 
Beckenham. Club : National Liberal. 

[Died 16 May 1912. 

ALLITSEN, Frances, musical composer ; 6. 
London ; studied at Guildhall School of 
Music. Works : Sonata for Piano, 1881 ; 
Suite de Ballet, 1882 ; Overture Slavonique,' 
1884 ; Overture Undine, 1884 ; over 130 
S9ngs and duets, including Song of Thanks- 
giving ; The Two Psalms ; Like as the Hart ; 
The Lord is my Light ; The Lute Player ; 
Prince Ivan's Song ; The Sou' Wester ; 
settings of the Poems of Tennyson, Marie 
Corelli, and Mallock ; Cantata for the Queen 
(Crystal Palace), 1911 ; Romantic Opera, 
Bindra the Minstrel, 1911 ; Recreation : 
literature. Address : 20 Queen's Terrace, 
St. John's Wood, N.W. Club : Lyceum. 

[Died 1 Oct. 1912. 

ALLMAN, George James, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., 
F.R.S.E., M.R.I.A. ; Emeritus Regius Pro- 
fessor of Natural History, Edinburgh Uni- 
versity ; b. Ireland, 1812 ; m. Hannah, 3rd 
d. of Samuel Shaen, J.P., D.L., Crix, Co. 
Essex. Educ. : Trinity .Coll. Dublin. Gradu- 
ated, 1844 ; Regius Professor of Botany, 
Dublin, 1844 ; Regius Professor of Natural 
History, Edinburgh University, 1855; re- 
signed 1870 ; President of the Linnean 
Society, 1874 ; President British Association, 
1879 ; Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh ; Royal Gold 
Medal, Royal Society, 1878 ; Brisbane Gold 
Medal, Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1877 ; 
Cunningham Gold Medal, Royal Irish 
Academy, 1873 ; Linnean Gold Medal, 1896. 
Publications : Monograph of the Fresh 
Water Polyzoa, 1856 ; Monograph of the 
Gymnoblastic Hydroids. 1871-72. Recrea- 
tion : horticulture. Address : Ardmore, 
Parkstone, Dorset. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 24 Nov. 1898. 

ALLMAN, George Johnston, LL.D., Dublin; 
Hon. D.Sc., Queen's University, 1882; 
F.R.S. 1884 ; Senator of Royal University 
of Ireland, 1880 ; b. Dublin, 28 Sept. 1824 ; 
s. of William Allman, M.D. [Professor of 
Botany in the University of Dublin, 1809-44] ; 
m. Louisa (d. 1864), d. of John Smith Taylor, 
Dublin and Corballis, Co. Meath, 1853. 
Educ. : Trinity Coll. Dublin. Professor of 
Mathematics in Queen's Coll. Galway, and 
in Queen's University in Ireland, 1853-93. 
Publications : Record of Professor Mac- 
Cullagh's Lectures on the Attraction of 
Ellipsoids (Trans. Royal Irish Academy, 
1853); The Collected Works of James 
MacCullagh, LL.D., Dublin University 
Press Series, 1880 ; On some Properties of 
the Paraboloids, 1874 ; Greek Geometry 
from Thales to Euclid, Hermathena, 1877-87, 
and Dublin University Press Series, 1889; 
Ptolemy (Claudius Ptolemaeus) ; Pythagoras 
Geometry ; Thales and other articles in the 
9th ed. of Encyclopaedia Britannica. 'Ad- 
dress : St. Mary's, Galway. Club : Royal 
Societies. [Died 8 May 1904. 

ALLSOPP, Hon. George Higginson, Director of 
Samuel Allsopp and Sons, Ltd. ; b. Burton- 
on-Trent, 28 Mar. 1846 ; 3rd s. of 1st Baron 
Hindlip and Elizabeth Tongue of Cumber- 
ford Hall, Tamworth ; m. 1895, Lady 
Mildred Georginaa Ashley-Cooper, 3rd d. of 
8th Earl of Shaftesbury ; one *. one d. 
Educ Eton ; Trin. Coll. Camb. (M.A.) 
Fought Droitwich unsuccessfully, 1880; 
MP. (C) Worcester, 1885-1906. Address : 
8 Hereford Gardens, W. Clubs : Junior 
Carlton, Constitutional. 19Q7< 



ALMA-TADEMA, Lady; Laura Theresa, d. 

of George Napoleon Epps, M.R.G.S., wife of 
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Bt., O.M., R.A., 
13 



ALMA-TADEMA 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



artist. Gold Medal, Berlin, 1896; Silver 
Medal, Paris Univ. Exh., 1900. 

[Died 15 Aug. 1909. 

ALMA-TADEMA, Sir Lawrence, Kt., cr. 1899 ; 
O.M. 1905 ; R.A. 1879 ; R.W.S., H.R.S., 
F.S.A. ; artist ; b. Dronryp, Netherlands, 
8 Jan. 1836 ; s. of Pieter Tadema, notary ; 
m. 1st, 1863, Marie Pauline (d. 1869), d. of 
Eugenie Gressin de Bois Girard ; 2nd, 1871, 
d. (d. 1909) of G. Napoleon Epps, M.R.C.S. ; 
two d. Educ. : Gymnasium, Leeuwarden ; 
Royal Academy, Antwerp. A.R.A. 1876; 
Litt.D. Dublin, 1892; D.C.L. Durham, 
1893. Works: Clothilde at the Tomb of 
her Grandchildren, 1858 ; The Education of 
the Children of Clovis, 1861 ; How the 
Egpytians amused themselves 3000 years ago, 
1864 ; Tarquinius Superbus, 1867 ; Pyrrhic 
Dance, 1869 ; The Vintage, 1870 ; The 
Juggler, 1870 ; A Roman Emperor, 1871 ; 
Unconscious Rivals ; The Roses of Helio- 
gabalus, 1888 ; The Woman of Amphissa, 
1887 ; The Spring, 1894 ; The Conversion of 
Paula, 1898 ; Thermae Antoninianse, 1899 ; 
The Finding of Moses, 1904 ; Caracalla and 
Geta, 1907. Address: 34 Grove End 
Road, St. Jahn's Wood, N.W. Clubs: 
Athenaeum, Arts, Garrick. 

[Died 25 June 1912. 

ALMOND, Hely Hutchinson, M.A., LL.D. ; 
Headmaster Loretto from 1862 ; b. Glasgow, 
12 Aug. 1832 ; . of Rev. George Almond ; 
m. Eleanora Frances, d. of Canon Tristram, 
1876. Educ. : Glasgow University ; Balliol 
Coll. Oxford, 1st class Classics ; 1st class 
Math. Mods. 1853 ; 2nd class Lit. Hum. ; 
2nd class Math. 1854. 2nd Master Merchis- 
ton Castle School, 1858. Hon. LL.D. 
Glasgow. Publications : Edinburgh Health 
Lectures, 1884 ; Football as a Moral Agent, 
Nineteenth Century, Dec. 1893 ; Christ the 
Protestant and other Sermons, 1899 ; The 
Decline in Salmon and its Remedy, Nine- 
teenth Century, June 1899 ; The Breed of 
Man, Nineteenth Century, Oct. 1900 ; Ex- 
aminations for Woolwich and Sandhurst, 
Fortnightly Review, Jan. 1899. Recrea- 
tions : angling, whist, rowed in Balliol boat. 
Address : North Esk Lodge, Musselburgh, 
N.B. [Died 7 March 1903. 

ALSTON, Sir Francis Beilby, K.C.M.G. ; cr. 
1886 ; J.P. : b. 29 Nov. 1820 ; m. Emily 
Louisa Caroline, d. of Bridges Taylor, 1862. 
Educ. : Eton. Entered Foreign Office, 
1839 ; Senior Clerk, 1857 ; Chief Clerk, 1866- 
1890 ; retired, 1890. Address : 69 Eccleston 
Square, S.W. Club : Travellers'. 

[Died 24 Aug. 1905. 

ALT, Col. William John, C.B. 1901 ; V.D. ; 
F.R.G.S. ; b. 4 April 1840 ; . of late Lieut. 
Daniel Alt, 63rd Regt. ; m. 1864, Elizabeth 
Christiana, o. c. of late Geo. Windsor Earl ; 
one s. six d. Address : 3 Airlie Gardens, 
Kensington, W. ; Villa Aurelia, Rapallo, 
Liguria, Italy. Club : St. Stephen's. 

[ Died 9 Nov. 1908. 

ALTHAUS, Friedrich, Professor of German, 
University Coll. London, from 1874; b. 
Detmold. Westphalia, 14 May 1829. Re- 
creation : travelling. Address : 4 Win- 
chester Road, South Hampstead. 

[Died 7 July 1897. 

ALTMAN, Sir Albert Joseph ; Kt. cr. 1894 ; b. 
16 Dec. 1839; m. Margaret Eliza, d. of 
Thomas Vernon, 1869 ; six s. four d. Educ.: 
Chittenden's Coll. For 20 years was a 
member of the Court of Common Council, 
and retired Chairman of the Bridge House 
Estates and other principal Committees ; 
Pat Master of three Livery Companies, 
viz. Joiners, Glovers, and Playing Card 
Makers' Company : one of H.M.'s Lieu- 
tenants, City of London. Address : The 
Manor House, Watford ; 145 Aldersgate" 
Street, E.C. [Died 4 March 1912. 

14 



AMAR SINGH, General Raja Sir, K.C.S.I. cr. 
1891 ; Commander-in-Chief, Jammu and 
Kashmir State Army from 1899 ; Chief 
Minister to H.H. the Maharaja of Jammu 
and Kashmir from October 1905 ; b. 1864 ; 
b. of H.H. Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir, 
and 3rd s. of his late Highness Maharaja 
Ranbir Singh, G.C.S.I., C.I.E., Indur 
Mahindar Bahadur, Siper-i-Saltnat, Honor- 
ary General in the British Army, Counsellor 
to Her late Majesty the Queen Empress. 
Educ. : homes under private tutors. Prime 
Minister of H.H. the Maharaja, 1888-89 ; 
President of the State Council, 1889-91, 
when H.H. the Maharaja was made President; 
Vice-President of the State Council, 1891- 
1905, when the Council was abolished in 
consequence of investment of enhanced 
powers in H.H.'s hands ; Minister in Charge 
of Military, Dharmarth, Game Preservation 
and Hunting Grounds Departments. Heir : 
s. Mian Sahib Hari Singh. Recreations : 
ordinary. Address : Jammu or Srinagar, 
in Jammu and Kashmir State in the Punjab, 
India. Clubs : Civil and Military ; Jammu 
and Kashmir State. [Died 26 March 1909. 

AMBROSE, William, Member of Council of 
Legal Education from 1889 ; Master in 
Lunacy, from 1899 ; b. 1832 ; m. Georgiana, 
d. of W. Jones. Educ. : Private Tuition. 
Barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1859 ; Q.C. 1874 ; M.P. 
(C.) Middlesex (Harrow) 1885-99 ; Attorney- 
General Duchy of Lancaster from 1895-99 ; 
Treasurer Middle Temple, 1898-99 ; County 
Alderman for Middlesex, 1888-1900. Publi- 
cations : Joint Author of Ambrose and 
Ferguson on Land Transfer Act, 1898. 
Address : Westover, West Heath, Hamp- 
stead, N.W. Clubs : Carlton ; Manchester 
Conservative. 

AMHERST, 3rd Earl (cr. 1826), William Archer 
Amherst. Baron Amherst of Montreal, 
1788 ; Viscount Holmesdale, 1826 [the 1st 
Lord was Commander-in-Chief in North 
America, 1758-64J ; Pro-Grand Master 
English Freemasons from 1898 ; P.G.M. 
Kent from 1860 ; b. 26 Mar. 1836, s. of 2nd 
Earl Amherst. Educ. : Eton ; m. 1st, 
1862, Lady Julia Mann Cornwallis (d. 1883), 
d. and heir of 5th and last Earl Cornwallis ; 
2nd, Alice Dalton, Dowager Countess of 
Lisburne, d. of Edmund Probyn, 1889 ; <S, 
father, 1886. Conservative ; Capt., Cold- 
stream Guards, Crimean War 1854-55 ; 
M.P. West Kent, 1859-68 ; Mid Kent, 1868- 
1880 ; summoned to House of Peers as Baron 
Amherst, 1880. Owned about 8000 acres. 
Heir : b. Hugh Amherst, b. 30 Jan. 1856. 
Address : 3 Wilton Terrace, S.W. ; Montreal 
Sevenoaks. Clubs : Carlton, Marlborough, 
St. Stephen's. [Died 14 Aug. 1910. 

AMHERST, Rev. Hon. Percy Arthur, B.A. ; 

b. and heir pres. of 3rd Earl Amherst ; b. 30 
Nov. 1839 ; (next heir pres. to 3rd Earl b. 
Hugh Amherst, b. 1856) ; m. 1874, Agnes 
Laura (d. 1887), d. of Edward Stack. Educ.: 
Trinity College, Cambridge. Ordained, 
1863 ; curate of Black Bourton, 1879-81. 
Address : 3 Wilton Terrace, S.W. 

[Died 30 Jan. 1910. 

AMHERST of Hackney, 1st Baron (cr. 1892), 
William Amhurst Tyssen-Amherst ; b. 25 
Apr. 1835. Educ. : Eton ; Christ Church, 
Oxford; m. Margaret Susan, only child of 
Admiral Robert Mitford, 1856 (author of 
A Sketch of Egyptian History, 1904) ; six 
d. M.P. (C.) W. Norfolk, 1880-85; S.W. 
Norfolk, 1885-92. Owned about 10,000 
acres. Heir : under special remainder, e. d. 
Lady William Cecil. Address : 8 Grosvenor 
Square, W. ; Didlington Hall, Brandon, 
Norfolk. Clubs : Marlborough, Athenaeum, 
Carlton, Travellers' Royal Yacht Squadron, 
Cowes. [Died 16 Jan. 1909. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



ANDERSOIU 



ANCASTER, 1st Earl of (cr. 1892), Gilbert 
Henry Heathcota - Drummond - Willoughby, 
P.O. Baron Willoughby de Eresby, 1313 ; 
Baron Aveland, 1856. Joint Hereditary 
Lord Great Chamberlain of England. [The 
1st Lord Willoughby wis a great soldier 
under King Edward I. [ 1 Oct. 1830 ; 5. 
father as 2nd Baron Aveland 1867, and 
mother as 24th Baron Willoughby de Eresby, 
7 888 ; m. 1863, Lady Evelyn Elizabeth 
Gordon, 2nd d. of 10th Marquess of Huntly ; 
four s. six d. Conservative ; M.P. Boston, 
1852-56; M.P. Rutland, 1856-67. Educ.: 
Harrow ; Trinity College, Camb. Heir : 
Lord Willoughby de Eresby. Address . 
Normanton Park, Stamford ; Grimsthorpe, 
Bourne, Lincolnshire ; Drummond C stle, 
Crieff, Perthshire ; 12 Belgrave Square, S.W. 
Clubs : Carlton, Wellington. 

[Died 24 Dec. 1910. 

ANDERSON, Alexander, C.I.E. 1897 ; I.C.S. ; 

Commissioner, Punjab, from 1900 ; b. 1850. 

[Died 20 June 1904. 

ANDERSON, Alexander, " Surfaceman " 
Librarian University of Edinburgh from 
1905 ; b. Kirkconnel, Dumfriesshire, 30 
April 1845 ; y. s. of James Anderson. Educ.: 
Crocketford, Kirkcudbrightshire. Started 
first to work in a quarry, then for seventeen 
years was a surfaceman on the Glasgow and 
South-Western Railway ; secretary to the 
Edinburgh Philosophical Institution, 1883- 
1886 ; Assistant Librarian in the University 
of Edinburgh, 1880-83, and 1886-] 905. Publi- 
cations : A Song of Labour and other poems, 
1873 ; The Two Angels and other poems, 
1875 ; Songs of the Rail, 3rd ed. 1881 ; 
Ballads and Sonnets, 1879 ; Translations 
from Heine (privately printed) ; and various 
contributions to magazines. Address : 22 
Gillespie Crescent, Edinburgh. Clubs: 
Scottish Arts, Burns, Edinburgh. 

[Died 11 July 1909. 

ANDERSON, Major-General Alfred, retired; 
b. 2 Oct. 1842 ; s. of George Anderson ; m. 
1st, Fanny, d. of Major-General Stevens (d. 
1876) ; 2nd, Selina, d. of E. Parkinson ; one 
d. Educ. : home. Field Service, Sualdm, 
1885-86 ; Burmese Expedition, 1889 ; Major- 
Gen., 1898. Address : Leecroft, East Liss, 
Hants. [Died 12 July 1909. 

ANDERSON, General David, Colonel, Cheshire 
Regiment, from 1894 ; b. 12 Aug. 1821 ; 
m. 1863, c. Charlotte, 2nd d. of David 
Anderson of St. Germains, Haddington- 
shire. Entered army, 1838 ; General, 1888 ; 
retired 1888; served N.W. Frontier of 
India, 1853 (medal) ; commanded Aldershot 
division, 1885 ; Governor, Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst, 1886-88. Address: 13 
Roland Gardens, S.W. [Died 7 Oct. 1909. 

ANDERSON, Major Ernest Chester, D.S.O. 
1900 ; R.A.M.C. ; retired 1911 ; b. 26 Nov. 
1863 ; m. 1899,. Aimee, d. of late Captain 
Harris. Entered army, 1892 ; Capt. 1895 ; 
Major 1904; served South Africa, 1901 
(despatches, D.S.O.). [Died 22 Dec. 1913. 

ANDERSON, Gen. Sir Horace Searle, K.C.B., 
cr. 1906; C.B. 1887; I.S.C. ; b. 10 Sept. 
1833; m. 1st, 1862, Alice Waters (d. 1863), 
y. d. of late George Augustus Woods of 
Balladoole, Isle of Man,; 2nd, 1867, Marian, 
y. d. of late Thomas S. Heptinstall of Llan- 
milo, Carmarthens ; two *. three d. Entered 
army, 1850; Gen. 1896; served Persian 
Expedition, 1867 (medal with clasp) ; India, 
1858-59; Afghan War, 18878-0 (severely 
wounded, despatches, medal) ; Burmese 
Expedition, 1885-87 (despatches, C.B., 
clasp). Address: Seercroft, Faygae, 
Sussex. T.A. : Seercroft, Faygate, 

[Died 2 June 1907. 

ANDERSON, James, MA., LL.B. (Lend.) ; 
Reid Professor of Criminal and Constitu- 



tional Law in Trinity College, Dublin, from 
1914 ; Professor of Political Economy and 
Jurisprudence, University College, Galway, 
from 1910 ; of the Connaught Circuit, 
barrister-at-law ; b. Londonderry, 12 July 
1881 ; e. s. of late Thomas Anderson, 
merchant, Londonderry ; unmarried. 
Educ. : First Deny National School. 
Entered Bank at age of 15 ; after a few 
years matriculated in Royal University of 
Ireland, 1902; graduated (First of First 
Honours) 1905 ; First Law Scholar and 
M'Kane Gold Medallist, Queen's College, 
Belfast, 1906 ; M.A. Degree (First of First 
Honours) with Studentship (300), 1907 ; 
called to Irish Bar, 1907 ; Acting Professor 
of Political Economy and Jurisprudence, 
Queen's College, Belfast, 1907-8. Address: 
4 Wilton Place, Dublin; Baymount, Salt- 
hill, Galway. [Died 19 June 1915. 

ANDERSON, John, C.I.E. 1881, M.D., F.R.C.P.; 

Physician King Edward's Hospital for 
Officers (retired) ; *. of late Robert Anderson; 
b. 1840; m. 1877, Jessie Usher (d. 1910,) 
d. of late J. U. Dunlop ; two s. two d. 
Physician to Dreadnought Seamen's Hospital 
Greenwich (retired) ; Lecturer on Diseases 
of Tropical Climates, St. Mary'a Hospital 
Medical School (retired); Hon. Brig.- 
Surgeon Army retired. Late medical officer 
on staff of Viceroy of India. Address : 33 
St. Charles Square, N. Kensington, W. 

[Died 11 Oct. 1910. 

ANDERSON, John, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., F.Z.S., 
F.L.S., F.S.A., F.R.G.S. Retired from the 
Indian Service ; b. Edinburgh, 4 Oct. 1833 ; 
s. of Thomas Anderson, Banker ; m. Grace 
Scott, d. of Patrick Hunter Thorns, of 
Aberlemno, Forfarshire. Educ. : Edinburgh 
Institution ; Edinburgh University. Gradu- 
ated 1861 ; Professor of Natural Science, 
Free Church Coll., Edinburgh, 1863-64; 
Superintendent Indian Museum, Calcutta, 
and Professor of Comparative Anatomy, 
Medical Coil. Calcutta, 1864-86; Scientific 
Officer First Expedition to Western China 
(Yunnan), 1868-69; Second Expedition, 
1874-75 ; M.D. (gold medallist), and Honor- 
ary LL.D. of Edinburgh University. Publica- 
tions : A Report on the Expedition to 
Western China, via Bhamo, 1871 ; Mandalay 
to Momien ; Two Expeditions to Western 
China, 1876; Anatomical and Zoological 
Researches, comprising the Zoological Re- 
sults of the Two Expeditions to Western 
Yunnan, 1878; Cat. Mammalia, Ind. Mus. 
1881 ; Cat. and Handbook, Archaeological 
Coll Ind. Mus. 1883 ; Fauna of Mergui and 
its Archipelago, 1889 ; English Intercourse 
with Siam in the Seventeenth Century, 
1890 ; Herpetology of Arabia, 1896 Zoo- 
logy of Egypt, Part First, Reptiha and 
Srachia, 1898, etc. Address : 71 Harring- 
ton Gardens, South Kensington. Club: 
Oriental. [Dud 15 Aug. 1900. 

ANDERSON, John Gerard, M.A , I.S.O 1902 5 ; 
Under-Secretary Department Pub he In- 
struction, Queensland (retired); b. 12 JWD. 
1836 ; a. of Rev. James Anderson, M.A., 
Minister of the Parish of Orphir, Orkney ; 
m. 1873, Edith Sarah Wood. Educ. : Uni- 



. , 

versity of Aberdeen; M.A 
Queensland, 1862; appointed 
spector of State Schools, 1863 ; Senior In- 
spector, 1869; Acting General Inspector, 
1874 General Inspector, 1876 ; Under- 
secretary 1878; retired from Queensland 
Public Service; 'l904. Address : Motivate 
Street, South Brisbane, t 1912 . 



University College, Galway; 






ANDERSON 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Geology and Biology, Zoology and Botany, 
National University ot Ireland ; b. Ballybot, 
Newry, 29 July 1848; 2nd s. of Robert 
Anderson and Elizabeth Harcourt ; m. 1889, 
Hannah Perry, B.A., Belfast. Educ. : the 
Newry School ; Queen's College and Belfast 
Hospitals ; and after graduation worked in 
Leipzig, London, Paris, Heidelberg, and 
Naples. Two gold medals at graduation, 
and several scholarships and exhibitions (Sir 
Robert Peel, John Charters, Andrew Malcolm, 
and Mackay Wilson exhibitions in science, 
medicine, and classics). Held a medical 
and sanitary appointment, 1873-75 ; Demon- 
strator of (and Lecturer on) Anatomy, 
1875-83 ; Clinical Lecturer and Attendant, 
Co. Gal way Infirmary, 1890-91 ; Pro- 
fessor of Natural Science, including Com- 
parative Anatomy from 1883 ; an Hon. 
President, Section of Anatomy, XV. Con- 
gres International de M6decine, Lisbon, 
1906 ; Hon. President, Section of Physiology, 
XVI. Congres International de MSdecine, 
Budapest, 1909 ; Examiner in Geology, 
Royal University of Ireland, 1900-9 ; Ex- 
aminer in Botany (Int. Board), 1889-90, 
1899-1900 ; Poor Law Guardian (ex ojficio), 
1892-99. Publications : over 300 papers in 
British and Continental journals, and 
Comptes Rend us of International Congresses, 
and some booklets and pamphlets ; joint con- 
ductor of the International Journal of 
Anatomy and Physiology (London, Leipzig, 
and Paris) from 1884 ; an original collabora- 
teur of the Anat. Anzeiger, 1887 ; inventor 
of a revolving microscopic arrangement and 
other things. Recreations : museums, ex- 
cursions, contriving things for demon- 
strations, sketching, studying movements 
of animals (especially training). Address : 
Queen's College, Galway ; Beech Hill House, 
Donoughmore (by Newry), Co. Down. T. A. 
Jerrettspass. [Died 24 July 1914. 

ANDERSON, Tempest, M.D., B.Sc. Lond. ; 
J.P., F.R.G., F.L.S., F.R.G.S., Hon. D.Sc., 
Leeds ; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, York 
County Hospital ; Fellow of University 
College, London ; Member of Council, ex 
Vice-President, of the British Association; 
President, Yorkshire Philosophical Society ; 
President Museums Association, 1910 ; 
Member of Council Geological and Royal 
Geographical Societies ; b. York 1846 ; e. s. 
of late William C. Anderson, M.R.C.S., J.P., 
a member of an old Yorkshire family ; un- 
married. Educ. : St. Peter's School, York : 
University College, London. Distinguished 
student's career at University College 
London (exhibition and several medals), 
and at the University of London (exhibition 
and University scholarship) ; interested in 
the housing problem and the preservation 
of open spaces ; was Tindall Lecturer on 
Volcanoes at the Royal Institution ; anc 
Sheriff of York. Publications : several 
papers on ophthalmological subjects 
Volcanic Studies, 1902 ; joint - author * 
Report to Royal Society on West Indian 
Eruptions, 1902 and 1907. Recreations 
mountaineering, photography (volcanoes am 
mountains), mechanical and optical work 
cycling. Address : 17 Stonegate, York 
Clubs : Alpine ; St. Leonard's, York. 

[Died 26 Aug. 1913 

ANDERSON, Sir Thomas M'Call, Kt., cr. 1905 
M.D. Glasgow (Honours); F.F.P.S. 1860 
Regius Professor of Medicine, Glasgov 
University, from 1900 ; Representative o 
the University on the General Medica 
Council, 1903 ; Hon. Physician in Scotlan 
to H.M. from 1907 ; President of the Glasgow 
Conservative Association (College Division) 
Senior Physician, Western Infirmary o 
Glasgow ; Hon. Member of the Dermato 
logical Societies of Vienna and of America 
16 



and Foreign Corresponding Member of 
Societe" Frangaise de Dermatologie et de 
Syphilographie ; b. Scotland. Educ. : Edin- 
burgh, Glasgow, Dublin, Paris, Wiirz- 
burg, Berlin, and Vienna. Prof, of Clinical 
Medicine, Glasgow Univ. 1874-1900 ; Ex- 
aminer in Medicine and Pathology for the 
British and Indian Medical Services, 1897- 
1901. Publications : A Treatise on Diseases 
of the Skin, 2nd ed. 1894 ; Lectures on 
Clinical Medicine, 1877 : Curability of 
Attacks of Tubercular Peritonitis and 
Acute Phthisis (Galloping Consumption), 
1877 ; The Parasitic Affections of the Skin, 
2nd ed. 1868; On Psoriasis and Lepra, 
1865 ; On Eczema, 3rd ed. 1874 ; Treat- 
ment of Diseases of the Skin, with an An- 
alysis of 11,000 Consecutive Cases, 1872 ; 
On Syphilitic Affections of the Nervous 
System : their Diagnosis and Treatment, 
1889 ; Contributions to Clinical Medicine, 
1898. Recreations : golfing and cycling. 
Address : 9 The University, Glasgow. 
Clubs : Conservative ; Western, Glasgow ; 
Golf, Prestwick. [Died 25 Jan. 1908. 

ANDERSON, Sir William, K.C.B., cr. 1897 ; 
F.R.S., D.C.L., J.P. ; Director- General 
Royal Ordnance Factories from 1889 ; b. 
St. Petersburg, 5 Jan. 1835 ; m. Emma, d. 
of Rev. J. R. Brown, Knighton, Radnor- 
shire, 1856. Educ. : High Commercial 
School, St. Petersburg ; King's Coll. London. 
Apprentice W. Fairbairn and Sons, Man- 
chester ; first Manager, then Partner in 
Courtney Stephens and Co., Engineers, 
Dublin ; 1864 joined Easton and Amos, 
Engineers, London, and built Erith Iron- 
works. D.C.L. Durham. Publications; 
Lectures on Hydraulics and on Hydro- 
pneumatic Gun - Carriages ; Conversion of 
Heat into Work. Recreation : amateur 
workshop. Address : War Office, Royal 
Arsenal, Woolwich. Club : Constitutional. 
[Died 11 Dec. 1898. 

ANDERSON, His Honour Judge William, A.M., 
K.C. ; Recorder and County Court Judge of 
Galway from 1898 ; b. 15 Feb. 1831 ; e. s. 
of Barton Anderson, formerly of Dungarvan, 
Co. Waterford, and Eliza Kennedy ; m. 1879, 
Selina, 3rd d. of late Thomas Christian, M.D., 
Dungarvan ; two d. Educ. : Kilkenny 
Coll. and Trin. Coll. Dublin. Gold Medallist 
Ethics and Logic. Irish Bar, Trinity, 1855 ; 
Q.C. Trinity, 1884 ; County Court Judge, and 
Chairman Quarter Sessions, Co. Tipperary, 
1888-98. Address : 22 Upper Fitz-William 
St., Dublin. Clubs : University, Dublin; 
County, Galway. [Died 14 Oct. 1913. 

ANDERSON, William, F.R.C.S., Surgeon and 
Lecturer to St. Thomas's Hospital ; Pro- 
fessor of Anatomy in the Royal Academy of 
Arts ; Examiner in Surgery, University of 
London and Royal Coll. of Surgeons of 
England ; Chairman of Council, Japan 
Society ; Companion of the Order of the 
Rising Sun (Japan) ; b. London, 18 Dec. 
1842 ; m. Louisa, d. of late F. W. Tetley, 
Leeds, 1895. Educ. : City of London 
School ; Aberdeen University ; St. Thomas's 
Hospital ; Paris. Appointed Medical Direc- 
tor of Naval Medical Coll. Tokio, Japan, 
1873 ; Medical Officer to British Legation, 
Japan, 1874-80. Publications : The Pictorial 
Arts of Japan, 1886; Descriptive and 
Historical Catalogue of Collection of Chinese 
and Japanese Pictures in the British Museum, 
1886 ; Japanese Wood Engraving (Portfolio 
Monographs), 1895 ; numerous contribu- 
tions to reviews and medical press. Re- 
creations : cycling ; Art collection, chiefly 
Japanese pictures and books (collections now 
in British Museum) ; pictorial collection 
exhibited in White Gallery, 1888-89 ; collec- 
tion of Japanese prints and books exhibited 
at Burlington Fine Arts Club in same year. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Address : 5 Cavendish Square, W. ; and 
Moor Edge, Walton on the Hill, Surrey. 
Clubs : Reform, Burlington Fine Arts. 

[Died 27 Oct. 1900. 

ANDERSON, Sir William John, Kt., cr. 1896 ; 
retired 1903 ; b. 1846 ; s. of late Sir G. C. 
Anderson; m. 1871, Mary, d. of S. J. Clutsam 
M.D. ; three s. two d. Educ. : Pembroke 
Coll. Oxford. Called to Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 
1869 ; Judge Supreme Court, Turks Island, 
1874 ; District Judge, Jamaica, 1886 ; R. M. 
Kingston and St. Andrews, 1888 ; Chief- 
Justice British Honduras, 1890-1900 ; Chief 
Justice of Trinidad and Tobago, 1900. Ad- 
dress : Belize, British Honduras. 

[Died 27 Aug. 1908. 

ANDERSON, Col. William Robert le Geyt, 
C.B. 1902 ; I.C.S. ; Accountant-Gen. Mili- 
tary Department, Government of India, 
from 1902 ; Controller of Military Accounts, 
Punjab (retired) ; b. 20 July 1850. Entered 
army, 1870 ; Col. 1896 ; served Egyptian 
War, 1882 (medal. Khedive's Star) ; retired 
1906. Address : Simla, India. 

[Died 3 Oct. 1908. 

ANDERTON, Francis Swithin, R.B.A. ; 3rd s. 
of late Frederick William Anderton and 
1st wife, Ruth, d. of John Foster, of Hornby 
Castle, Lanes ; b. 1868 ; m. Catherine 
Marjorie, d. of Frederic de la F9ntaine- 
Williams of Ryde Hill House, nr. Guildford ; 
two d. Address: Holland Park Road, 
Kensington, W. Clubs : Bath, Wellington. 
[Died Oct. 1909. 

ANDOE, Viee-Admiral Sir Hilary Gustavus, 
K.C.B., cr. 1902 ; C.B. ; retired list ; b. 
19 Feb. 1841 ; s. of Wm. Andoe, of H.M. 
Civil Service ; m. Beatrice, d. of Thos. 
Burnley. Educ. : University Coll. School. 
Entered Navy, 1855, as naval cadet ; Lieut. 
1861 ; Commander, 1872 ; Captain, 1878 ; 
Rear- Admiral, 1894; Vice-Admiral, 1900; 
was Principal Naval Transport Officer during 
Boer War, 1881, and also during first Soudan 
Expedition in the Red Sea ; was Flag- 
Captain to Lord John Hay, Commander-in- 
Chief of the Mediterranean Fleet; then 
Inspecting Capt. of Boys' Training Ships ; 
then Capt. of Dockyard Reserve, Chatham ; 
and Admiral-Supt. of Chatham Dockyard, 
1895-99. Decorated: Baltic; Egyptian 
Medal and Star, with Soudan clasp ; Queen's 
Jubilee Medal ; Royal Humane Society's 
Medal. Address: 2 Elliot Terrace, The 
Hoe, Plymouth. Clubs : United Service ; 
Royal Western Yacht. [Died 11 Feb. 1905, 

ANDREWS, Joseph Ormond , b. 1873 ; s. of 
late John Andrews, Liverpool ; m. 1904, 
Richard Fawcett, Boston, Spa. 



Om CL. OI -iuiv/na.! \JL j_' a. *> vcuu, JJWOUVMJ.J, 

Called to Bar, Inner Temple, 1898; M.P. 
(L.), Barkston Ash Division, Yorks, 1905-6. 
Address: Beechwood, Boston Spa., S.O., 
Yorks ; 1 Albion Place, Leeds. 

[Died 26 Jan. 1909. 

ANDREWS, Thomas, F.R.S., F.R.S.E., 
M.Inst.C.E., F.C.S. ; Telford Medallist and 
Telford Prizeman, Inst.C.E. ; Gold Medallist 
and Bessemer Prizeman, Society Engineers, 
London ; Ironmaster ; Consulting and 
Testing Engineer ; Metallurgical Chemist, 
etc. ; b. Sheffield, 16 Feb. 1847 ; o. s. of late 
Thomas Andrews, Wortley, Sheffield ; m. 
Mary Hannah, e. d. of late Charles Stanley, 
Rotherham, 1870. Educ. : Broombank 
School, Sheffield ; the Laboratory, Collegiate 
School ; Sheffield School of Chemistry, 
Succeeded father as proprietor of Wortley 
Iron Works ; practised as consulting 
metallurgic engineer, testing engineer, met- 
allurgical chemist and expert ; engaged on 
extensive researches in various branches of 
metallurgical, physical, chemical, electrical 
and engineering sciences. Publications . 
Thoughts on Faith and Scepticism ; numer- 
ous Scientific Papers and Articles in Pro- 



ANGLESEY 

ceedings, Royal Soc. ; Trans. Inst. Civil 
Engineers ; Engineering, etc. Address : 
Ravencrag, Wortley, near Sheffield. 

[Died 19 June 1907. 

ANDREWS, William, Author, Editor, Librarian 
of Royal Institution, Hull: b. Kirkby 
Woodhouse, Notts, 11 Aug. 1848 ; y. s. of 
Edward and Sarah Andrews ; m. 1st, 1874, 
Jeanie Leslie Carnie (d. 1892) ; 2nd, Jennie 
Straker, 1895 (d. 1902) ; two s. one d. (1st 
wife). Educ. : private schools. Passed 
nearly 20 years in a public office, and in 
1890 established the Hull Press; retired 
from it, 1900; chief librarian of Hull 
Subscription Library, 1900 ; founded in 
1879 the Hull Literary Club ; a founder of 
East Riding Antiquarian Society. Publica- 
tions : Bygone England ; England in the 
Days of Old ; Literary Byways ; Bygone 
Punishments ; Curiosities of the Church ; 
Old Church Lore ; Historic Yorkshire ; 
Curious Epitaphs ; Modern Yorkshire Poets ; 
At the Sign of the Barber's Pole ; Modern 
Merry Men ; Picturesque Yorkshire j Les 
Chatiments de Jadis ; edited and contributed 
to Curious Church Customs ; Curious Church 
Gleanings ; Antiquities and Curiosities of 
the Church : Church Treasury ; Ecclesiasti- 
cal Curiosities ; Old Church Life ; Bygone 
Church Life in Scotland ; The Doctor ; The 
Lawyer ; Legal Lore ; New Fairy Book ; 
Historic Byways and Highways ; North 
Country Poets ; A Wreath of Christmas 
Carols and Poems ; the Bygone Series ; an 
editor of the Standard Encyclopedia of 
Temperance ; wrote much for the encyclo- 
paedias and reference books ; frequent 
contributions to magazines and newspapers 
on historical, antiquarian, and literary 
subjects. Recreations : antiquarian rambles 
and book-collecting. Address : Royal In- 
stitution, Hull. [Died 1 &ov. 1908. 

ANGELLIER, Auguste Jean; Agreg6 de 
1'Universite ; Doct. Litt. Paris ; LL.D. 
Glasgow ; Doct. Litt. Manchester and Aber- 
deen ; Chevalier de la L6gion d'Honneur ; 
Professor hi the Faculty of Letters of the 
University of Lille from 1893 ; b. Dunkirk, 
1 July 1848 ; unmarried. Educ. : College 
of Boulogne-sur-Mer ; Lyc6e Louis le Grand, 
Paris. Was finishing his studies when the 
war of 1870 broke out ; enlisted as a volun- 
teer for the time of war, and after the peace, 
when coming back home, narrowly escaped 
being shot by the Commune ; began his 
University career as an under-master at the 
Lycee Louis le Grand ; M.A. 1872 ; went to 
England to study English literature ; Pro- 
fessor at the Lyc6e Charlemagne, 1874-78 ; 
journalist at the Ev6nement and Le Temps ; 
Maltre de Conferences in the Faculty of 
Letters of Douai University, 1881. Publica- 
tions : verse in local newspapers at Boulogne- 
sur-Mer ; Etude sur la Chanson de Roland, 
1878; Etude sur Henri Regnault, 1879; 
Etude sur Owens College et 1'Universite de 
Manchester, 1880 ; La Vie et les (Euvres de 
Robert Burns, two vols., 1893; A 1'Amie 
Perdue (poems), 1896; Le Chemin des 
Saisons (poems), 1903; Dans la Lumiere 
Antique, 1*> partie, Les Dialogues d' Amour 
(poems), 1905 ; Dans la Lumiere Antique, 
2 ie partie, Les Dialogues Civiques (poems), 
1906 ; Dans la Lumiere Antique, 3* partie, 
Les Episodes (poems), 1908 ; 4e partie, 1909. 
Recreations : bibelot-hunting, walking on a 
seashore, looking at sunsets, travelling. 
Addresses : 20 Rue Beaurepaire, Boulogne- 
sur-Mer ; 5 Rue de la 



ANGLESEY, 4th Marquess of (cr. 1815), Henry 
Paget. Baron Paget, 1552; Earl of Ux- 
bridge, 1784. [1st Marquess was a Field- 
Marshal, and commanded the cavalry at 
Waterloo.] b. 25 Dec. 1835 ; S. half-b. 1880 ; 



ANGLESEY 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



m. 1st, Elizabeth, d. of Joseph Norman, 
1858 ; 2nd, Blanche Mary, d. of J. C. Curwen- 
Boyd, 1874 ; 3rd, Minnie, d. of J. P. King, 
and widow of Hon. Henry Wodehouse, 1880. 
Owns about 30,000 acres. Heir : s. Earl 
of Uxbridge, b. 1875. Address : Beaudesert 
Park, Rugeley ; Plas-Newydd, Llanfair- 
Pwllgwyngyll, Anglesey. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 13 Oct. 1898. 

ANGLESEY, 5th Marquess of (cr. 1815), Henry 
Cyril Paget, D.L. ; Baron Paget, 1552 ; 
Earl of Uxbridge, 1784. [1st Marquess was 
a Field - Marshal, and commanded the 
cavalry at Waterloo.] Lieut. 2nd V.B. 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers (retired) ; b. 16 June 
1875 ; o. s. of 4th Marquess of Anglesey ; 
m. 1898, Lilian Florence Maud, d. of Sir 
George Chetwynd, 4th Bt., and Marchioness 
of Hastings. Educ. : Eton. Owned about 
30,000 acres. S. father 1898. Heir : c. 
Charles Henry Alexander Paget. Address : 
Beaudesert Park, Rugeley ; Plas-Newydd, 
Llanfair-Pwllgwyngyll, Anglesey. 

[Died 14 March 1905. 

ANGUS, Sir William, Kt. ; cr. 1907 ; President 
of National Liberal Federation ; e. s. of 
Silas Angus, of Matfen High House, North- 
umberland ; m. Mary, 3rd d. of Robert Lyal, 
Greenknowe, Berwickshire ; three . one d. 
Educ. : private schools ; Croft House, 
Brampton, Cumberland. Address : Lime- 
croft, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Clubs : National 
Liberal ; Newcastle-on-Tyne Liberal. 

[Died 6 July 1912. 

ANN, Sir Edwin Thomas, Kt., cr. 1906 ; J.P. ; 
b. 13 July 1852 ; m. 1884, Sophia, d. of John 
Eastland three s. three d. Sometime 
Mayor of Derby. Address : West Parkfield, 
Derby. Club : National Liberal. 

[Died 18 May 1913. 

ANNAND, James, F.I.J. : Newspaper Pro- 
prietor in South Shields and Ripon, and 
Journalist ; Liberal Candidate for East 
Aberdeenshire ; b. Longside, East Aberdeen- 
shire, 1843 : father crofter and country 
blacksmith ; m. 1899, Millie (d. 1900), d. of 
Thomas Burt, M.P. ; one s. Educ. : village 
schools. Trained as a blacksmith ; then 
became a country schoolmaster ; afterwards 
editor and part proprietor of the Buchan 
Observer (Peterhead) ; went to London, 
where he wrote for the Spectator, Daily 
News, etc. ; appointed (by Mr. Joseph Cowen) 
leader-writer of the Newcastle Chronicle, 
1871 ; editor, 1874-78 ; resigned on account 
of differences of political opinion over 
Eastern Question ; went to London again, 
but soon returned to Tyneside as editor of 
Shields Daily Gazette, of which he was one 
of the proprietors ; returned to Newcastle 
to establish Sir James Joicey's new Liberal 
daily, the Leatier, 1885, which he editorially 
managed and conducted for ten years ; 
resigned on account of ill-health ; fought 
Tynemouth in the Liberal interest, 1892, and 
bt. Andrews, 1900. Publications : frequent 
articles in magazines and reviews ; Cam- 
paigning Papers, 1880 ; Forgotten Liberal- 
ism, 1899. Recreations : good talk and 
travel. Address : The Firs, Ripon, Yorks. 
Club : National Liberal. [Died Q Feb. 1906. 

ANNANDALE, Charles, M.A., LL.D. 1885; 
editor of works of reference, etc. ; b. Kin- 
cardineshire, 6 Aug. 1843 ; m. 1877, Mary 
Hannah (d. 1913), d. of Rev. John Wilson ; 
one d. Educ. : Aberdeen University (firsts 
in classics), after being two years in law 
office. Publications : editor of Imperial 
Dictionary, Modern Cyclopaedia (8 vols.), and 
New Popular Encyclopaedia (14 vols.), 
Student's Dictionary, Concise Dictionary, 
Burns's Works, Burns's Poetical Works 
. (with Life) ; wrote Introduction and Con- 
tinuation Thomson's History of Scotland, 
18 



etc. Recreations : tramping over hill and 
dale ; all kinds of literature. Address : 
35 Queen Mary Avenue, Glasgow. 

[Died 4 Sept. 1915. 

ANNANDALE, Thomas, M.D., F.R.C.S. Eng- 
land and Edinburgh ; F.R.S.E. ; D.C.L. 
Durham ; Senior Surgeon Edinburgh Royal 
Infirmary ; Regius Professor of Clinical 
Surgery, University of Edinburgh, from 
1877 ; Consulting Surgeon Royal Sick 
Children's Hospital, and Royal Maternity 
Hospital ; Surgeon King's Bodyguard, 
Scotland ; b. Newcastle, 2 Feb. 1838 ; m. 
Eveline, d. of William Nelson, publisher, 
Edinburgh, 3 June 1874 ; three s. three d. 
Educ. : Bruce's Academy, Newcastle ; 
Edinburgh University. Formerly Private 
Assistant to Professor Syme ; Demonstrator 
of Anatomy under Professor Goodsir, and 
Lecturer upon Surgery Extra-Mural School. 
Publications : Injuries and Diseases of 
Fingers and Toes ; Surgical Appliances and 
Minor Surgery ; Pathology and Operative 
Treatment of Hip-joint Disease ; On 
Diseases of the Breast, and many other 
publications on surgical subjects. Recrea- 
tions : fishing, walking, and travelling. 
Address : 34 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. 
Club : University, Edinburgh. 

[Died 20 Dec. 1907. 

ANNESLEY, 5th Earl (cr. 1789), Hugh Annes- 
ley ; Baron Annesley, 1758 ; Viscount 
Glerawly, 1766 ; Representative Peer for 
Ireland ; b. 26 Jan. 1831 ; S. b. 1874 ; m. 
1st, 1877, Mabel Wilhelmina Frances ?(d. 
1891), d. of Colonel Markham : 2nd, 1892, 
Priscilla Cecilia, d. of W. Armitage Moore ; 
one s. three d. Entered Army, 1851 ; 
Lt.-Col. Scots Guards, 1860 ; wounded in 
Kafir War, 1851, and at battle of the Alma ; 
M.P. Cavan, 1857-74. Publication : Beauti- 
ful and Rare Trees and Plants, 1903. Owned 
about 52,000 acres. Heir: s. Viscount 
Glerawly. Address : Castlewellan and Don- 
ard Lodge, Co. Dosra. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 15 Dec. 1908. 

ANNESLEY, 6th Earl (cr. 1789), Francis 
Annesley ; Baron Annesley, 1758 ; Viscount 
Glerawly, 1766 ; s. of 5th Earl and Mabel 
Wilhelmina Frances, d. of Colonel Mark- 
ham ; b. 25 Feb. 1884 ; S. father 1908 ; m. 
1909, Evelyn Hester, d. of E. A. M. 
Mundy. Owned about 52,000 acres. Heir: 
c. Walter Beresford Annesley. Address : 
Castlewellan and Donard Lodge, Co. Down. 
[Died 5 Nov. 1914. 

ANNESLEY, Captain Hon. Arthur, 10th 
Hussars ; b. 24 Aug. 1880 ; e. s. of llth 
Viscount Valentia. Served S. Africa, 1900-2 
(Queen's medal three clasps, King's medal 
two clasps). Address : Bletchington Park, 
Oxford. [Died 16 Nov. 1914. 

ANNESLEY, Major William Richard Norton, 
D.S.O. 1886 ; b. Colchester, 12 June 1863 ; 
e. s. of late Major-General W. R. Annesley 
and Isabel, d. of late Hon. and Rev. James 
Norton, of Anningsly Park, Ottershaw. 
Educ. : Cheltenham Coll. ; Royal Military 
Coll. Sandhurst. Joined 1st Royal West 
Kent Regt. 1884 ; Major 1902 ; present at 
siege of Ambigol Wells, 1885 (despatches) ; 
action at Giniss, 1886 ; served with Egyptian 
army, 1888-90 ; Staff Officer at Assouan for 
operations at Toshki ; retired 1905 ; Reserve 
of Officers ; St. Andrews University Officers' 
Training Corps. Recreations : fishing, shoot- 
ing, riding, skating. Address: Coombe 
Cottage, Wootton-under-Edge. 

[Died Nov. 1914. 

ANSON, Rt. Rev. and Hon. Adelbert John 
Robert, D.D. ; Canon of Lichfield from 1898 ; 
b. London, 20 Dec. 1840 ; s. of 1st Earl of 
Lichfield. Educ. : Eton; Christ Church, 
Oxford ; Rector of Woolwich, 1875-83 ; 
Bishop of Qu'-Appelle, 1884-92 ; Master of 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



St. John's Hospital, Lichfleld, 1893-98 ; Hon. 
LL.D. Trinity University, Toronto, 1886; 
Hon. D.D. Oxford, 1896. Address: The 
Close, Lichfield. [Died 27 May 1909. 

ANSON, Rear-Adm. Algernon Horatio, R.N., 
retired ; J.P. ; 4th s. of Sir J. W. H. Anson, 
2nd Bt. ; b. 3 Aug. 1854 ; m. 1896, Hon. 
Adela Vernon, d. of 6th Baron Vernon ; two 
s. Address : Baron's Down, Lewes, Sussex. 
Club : United Service. 

[Died 12 Nov. 1913. 

ANSON, Yen. George Henry Greville, M.A., 
Rector of St. James's Birch, Manchester ; 
Ex - Archdeacon of Manchester. Educ. : 
Eton ; Charterhouse ; Exeter Coll. Oxford. 
Address : Birch Rectory, Rusholme, Man- 
chester. [Died 9 Feb. 1898. 

ANSON, Right Hon. Sir William Reynell, 3rd 
St., cr. 1831 ; P.O. 1911 ; D.C.L. ; M.P. 
(U.) Oxford University from 1899 ; Trustee 
of the National Portrait Gallery from 1904 ; 
Chancellor of the Diocese of Oxford, 1899- 
1912 ; Warden of All Souls' College, Oxford, 
from 1881 ; b. Walberton, Sussex, 14 Nov. 
1843 ; e.s. of 2nd Bt. and of Elizabeth 
Catherine, d. of Sir Denis Pack, K.C.B .; 
S. father 1873. Educ. : Eton ; Balliol 
College, Oxford. Fellow of All Souls', 1867 ; 
Barr. 1869 ; Bencher, Inner Temple, 1900 ; 
Vinerian Reader in English Law, 1874-81 ; 
contested West Staffordshire, 1880 ; Fellow 
of Eton College, 1883 ; Alderman, City of 
Oxford, 1892-96 ; Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions for Oxfordshire, 1894; Vice- 
Chancellor of the University of Oxford, 
1898-99 ; Parliamentary Secretary to the 
Board of Education, 1902-5 ; Trustee of the 
British Museum, 1911. Publications : Prin- 
ciples of the English Law- of Contract ; Law 
and Custom of the Constitution : Part I. 
Parliament; Part II. The Crown; editor 
of the Memoirs of the 3rd Duke of Grafton, 
K.G. Heir: b. Frederick Arthur Anson 
[b. 6 Nov. 1850 ; m. 1878, Agnes, 2nd d. of 
J. F. Roberts, Akarao, N.Z. ; one s. four d. 
Educ. : Trinity College, Oxford (M.A.). 
Address: Piraki, Akawa, N.Z. Clubs: 
City and County, Oxford; Christchurch.] 
Address : 192 Ashley Gardens, S.W. ; All 
Souls' College, Oxford; Pusey House, 
Faringdon, Berks. Clubs : Brooks's, Athe- 
nseuni, Travellers', St. James's. 

[Died 4 Jun*. 1914. 

ANSORGE, William John, M.A. (Cantab.) ; 
M.R.C.S. (Engl.) ; L.R.C.P. (Lond.) ; Hon. 
LL.D. ; F.Z.S. ; e. s. of late Rev. G. P. 
Ansorge, C.M.S., Incumbent of St. Paul's 
Church, Port Louis, Mauritius ; b. Chapra, 
Bengal, 6 April 1850 ; m. 1881, Mary 
Matilda, y. d. of late G. E. Ely, M.D., Edin- 
burgh ; two s. one d. Educ. : Royal 
College, Mauritius; Pembroke College, 
Cambridge ; St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 
London ; Jeaffreson Exhibitioner. Professor 
Royal College, Mauritius, 1872-80; Senior 
Professor, 1880-86; late District Medical 
Officer in Uganda and in S. Nigeria ; medal 
with clasp, Uganda, 1897-98; medal with 
clasp, Aro, 1901-2 ; discoverer of 146 new 
African vertebrates and over 140 new African 
invertebrates ; the descriptions appeared in 
Annales du Mus6e du Congo Beige ; crossed 
Africa from east to west via Mombasa, the 
great lakes, the Semliki, the great Congo 
forest, the Ituri, Aruwimi, and Congo rivers, 
to Boma, 1900 ; in the course of zoological 
research visited British, German, French, 
Portuguese, and Belgian portions of Africa. 
Publication : Under the African Sun, 1899. 
[Died 31 Oct. 1913. 

ANSTRUTHER, Lt.-Col. Robert Hamilton 
Lloyd-, J.P., D.L. ; Alderman East Suffolk 
County Council ; b. 1841 ; m. 1871, Gertrude 
Louisa Georgiana, e. d. of F. H. Fitzroy of 
Frogmore Park, Hants ; one s. Educ. : 



ANTROBUS 

Sandhurst. Entered Rifle Brigade, 1858 ; 
served Indian Mutiny (medal) ; Fenian 
Raid, Canada, 1866 (medal and clasp); 
Suakin Expedition, 1885 (medal and clasp, 
and bronze Khedive's star) ; retired, 1885 ; 
M.P. Suffolk (Woodbridge Div.), 1886-92. 
Heir: s. Fitzroy Hamilton (b. 1872; m. 
1898, Hon. Rachel Gough Calthorpe, e. d. of 
6th Baron Calthorpe). Address : 37 Eccles- 
ton Square, S.W. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 24 Aug. 1914. 

ANSTRUTHER, Sir Windham Charles James 
Carmichael, D.L. 9th Bt. ; cr. 1694 and 
1798 ; Hereditary Carver to Royal House- 
hold in Scotland ; Vice-Lieut. Lanarkshire ; 
Chairman Lanark County Council ; 6. 1824 ; 
m. Janetta, o. d. of Robert Barbour (d. 1891) ; 
S. father 1869. M.P. (C.) S. Lanarkshire, 
1874-80. Recreations : golf, curling, shoot- 
ing. Heir : s. Windham, b. 1877. Ad- 
dress : Carmichael House, Thankerton, 
R.S.O., Scotland. Clubs : Carlton, Wind- 
ham ; New Club, Edinburgh ; Western 
Club, Glasgow. [Died 26 Jan. 1898. 

ANSTRUTHER, Sir Windham Robert Car- 
michael, 10th Bt. ; cr. 1694 and 1798 ; 
Hereditary Carver to Royal Household in 
Scotland ; one of the Hereditary Masters of 
the Household for Scotland; b. 26 Mar. 
1877 ; S. father 1898 ; o. c. of 9th Bt. and 
Janetta (d. 1891), o. d. of Robert Barbour of 
Bolesworth Castle, Cheshire; m. 1901, 
Sylvia, d. of Sir F. M. Darley, G.C.M.G. 
Heir: s. Windham Frederick, b. 30 April 
1902. Address : Carmichael House, Thank- 
erton, R.S.O., Scotland. Club : Bachelors'. 
[Died 26 Oct. 1903. 

ANSTRUTHER-THOMSON, John, J.P., D.L. ; 
b. 1818 ; e. s. of late John Anstruther 
(assumed name of Thomson on Inheriting 
from his mother the Charleton estates), and 
Clementina, o.d. of late Rt. Hon. Wm. Adam 
of Blair-Adam ; m. 1st 1852, Caroline Maria 
Agnes Robina (d. 1883), o. d. of late Rev. 
John Hamilton Gray of Carntyne ; 2nd 
1891, Isabel, d. of General Robert Bruce. 
Educ. : Eton. Hon. Col. Fife and Forfar 
Imperial Yeomanry ; formerly in 9th 
Lancers and 13th Light Dragoons. Address : 
Charleton, Colinsburgh, N.B. ; Carntyne 
House, Glasgow. [Died 8 Oct. 1904. 

ANTELME, Hon. Sir Celicourt, K.C.M.G. ; 
cr 1890 Member of Executive Council, 
Mauritius; 6. 1818; widower. Address: 
Port Louis, Mauritius. [Died 6 June 1899. 

ANTHONISZ, Peter Daniel, C.M.G. ; M.RXJ.S. 
(England); F.R.C.S. (Edinburgh); M.D. 
St. Andrews); M.R.C.P. (London); 
Colonial Surgeon, retired 1880; Municipal 
Councillor, Galle, Ceylon ; b. Galle, Ceylon, 
25 June 1822 ; e. s. of Leonardus Henricus 
Anthonisz, chief clerk, Customs, Galle, and 
Susanna Dorothea, o. c. of Johannes Jacobus 
Deutrom and Anna Magdalena Kellar. 
Educ. : Calcutta Medical College ; King's 
Coll, London. Medical Sub-Assistant, 
1838-53; Colonial Surgeon, 1858-80; 
Acting P.C.M.O., 1864; Acting P.C.M.O. 
and Inspector- General of Hospitals, 1874-78 ; ; 
Member 5 of Legislative . Council 1883-90. 
Decorated for public services to the Colony. 
Address: Galle, Ceylon. .Club >: Galle, 
Ceylon. [Died 12 June 1903. 

ANTROBUS, Sir Edmund, 3rd Bt ; cr 1815; 
b 3 Sept. 1818. Educ. : St. John a Coll. 
Camb. IS. father 1870 ; m - Marianne dot 
Sir George Dashwood, Bt., 1847. M.P. (L.) 
E Surrey, 1841-47; Wilton, 1855-77. 
Owned about 10,000 acres. Heir : t. 
Edmund, 6. 1848. Addrest : 16 Grosvenor 
CreTcent,' S.W. ; Amesbury Abbey, Ames- 
bury. Club : United Servu^ i ^ ^ 

ANTROBUS, Sir Edmund, 4th Bt. ; jr. 1815 



ANWYL 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



b. 25 Dec. 1848 ; *. of 3rd Bt. and Marianne, 
d. of Sir G. Dashwood, 4th Bt. ; S. father 
1899 ; m. 1886, Florence, d. of late J. A. 
Sartoris of Hopsford Hall, Coventry ; one 
*. Col. 3rd Batt. Grenadier Guards (retired) ; 
served Suakin Expedition, 1885. Owned 
about 8000 acres, including Stonehenge. 
Heir : s. Edmund, b. 23 Dec. 1886. Lieut. 
Grenadier Guards. Address : Amesbury 
Abbey, Salisbury. Clubs : Guards', 
Travellers'. [Died 11 Feb. 1915. 

ANWYL, Prof. Sir Edward, M.A. ; Kt., cr. 
1911 ; Professor of Welsh and Comparative 
Philology, University College of Wales, 
Aberystwyth ; chairman of the Central 
Welsh Board for Intermediate Education ; 
president of the Theological Board of the 
University of Wales ; member of Royal 
Commission on Ancient Monuments in 
Wales ; b. Chester, Aug. 5, 1866 ; e. s. of 
John and Ellen Anwyl of Chester ; un- 
married. Educ. : King's School, Chester ; 
Oriel Coll. Oxford (open Classical Scholar) ; 
Mansfield Coll. Oxford ; 2nd class Classical 
Mods., 1887; 1st class Lit. Hum., 1889; 
life member of Mansfield Coll. Oxford; 
member of Senate of Aberystwyth Coll., 
1892 ; one of the original members of the 
Court, Senate, and Theological Board of 
Univ. of Wales, and of Central Welsh Board 
for Intermediate Education ; Member of 
Executive Committee of Court of University 
of Wales ; frequent adjudicator at National 
Eisteddfod ; member of Council of the 
National Library of Wales ; Member of 
Editorial Committee, Cambrian Archaeo- 
logical Association ; member of Court of 
Governors and Senate of University Coll. 
Aberystwyth. Publications : Welsh Accid- 
ence ; Welsh Syntax ; Essays on Celtic 
Philology, Literature, and Archaeology ; 
Addresses to Theological Colleges, etc., in 
English and Welsh ; Celtic Religion in Pre- 
Christian Times ; Grammar of Mediaeval 
Welsh Poetry ; Welsh Commentary on 
Hosea ; the Book of Aneirin. Recreations : 
walking, travelling, drawing. Address : 62 
Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth. Club : 
Authors'. [Died 8 Aug. 1914. 

AOKI, Viscount, H.I.J.M.'s Privy Councillor ; 
b. Choshu, Jan. 1844 ; wife German, o. c. 
Countess Hatzefelt. Studied in Berlin, 1869 ; 
Secretary to Japanese Legation, Berlin, 1873 ; 
Minister, 1874 ; Minister for Foreign Affairs, 
1889-91 and 1898-1900 ; Japanese Ambassa- 
dor to U.S.A., 1906-7. Address : 15 Kami- 
Nibancho Kojimachi-Ku, Tokio, Japan. 

[Died 16 Feb. 1914. 

APCAR, Sir Apcar Alexander, K.C.S.I., cr. 

1911 ; C.S.I., 1906 ; an additional Member 
of Council of Governor- General for making 
Laws and Regulations ; b. 2 Sep. 1851 ; 2nd 
8. of late Alexander Arratoon Apcar ; un- 
married. Educ. : Harrow. Address : 11 
Russell Street, Calcutta. 

[Died 16 Apr. 1913. 
APLIN, Major John George Orlebar, C.M.G. 

1899 ; Duke of Cornwall's L.I. ; s. of late 
Major-Gen. Aplin ; m. 1899, Alberta Louise, 
d. of late Major F. Surrey, of Priory Avenue, 
Hastings. Late Inspector-General of Hausas 
Lagos. Served West Africa, 1897-98 (des- 
patches, medal with clasp) ; West Africa 

1900 (slightly wounded, medal with clasp) .' 
S. Nigeria, 1901-2 ; retired, 1904. 

[Died 19 March 1915. 

APPERLY, Sir Alfred, Kt. ; cr. 1907 ; J.P. ; 
Chairman, Apperly, Curtis & Co., Ltd., 
Woollen Cloth Manufacturers ; President, 
Mid - Gloucesters. Liberal Association ; b. 
1839 ; s. of David Apperly, Rodborough, 
and Ellen Jacobs, Taunton ; m. 1865, Mariel 
d. of H. C. Paice, Egham ; three s. three d. 
Educ. : Privately. Address : Rodborough 
20 



Court, Stroud, Gloucester. Club : National 
Liberal. [Died 7 Sept. 1913. 

APPLETON, George Webb, F.R.G.S. ; novelist 
and dramatist ; b. New Jersey, U.S.A., 1845 ; 
o. s. of Charles Appleton, M.D. ; TO. Georgiana 
Schuyler. g.-g.-d. of Major-General Philip 
Schuyler of the American Revolutionary 
War. Educ. : The High School, New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. Travelled extensively at an early 
age making, for journalistic purposes, a 
foot journey of 2000 miles across the Con- 
tinent ; correspondent of the New York 
Times in Paris and Rome ; foreign corre- 
spondent in a commercial house in London, 
and a constant contributor to English and 
American periodicals ; founder of the Lecture 
Bureau system in England. Publications : 
Frozen Hearts ; Catching a Tartar ; Jack 
Allyn's Friends ; A Terrible Legacy ; The 
Co-Respondent ; A Philanthropist at Large ; 
The Blue Diamond Mystery ; Francois the 
Valet ; Rash Conclusions ; The Romance of 
a Poor Young Girl ; A Forgotten Past ; The 
Ingenious Captain Cobbs ; The Rook's Nest ; 
The Lady in Sables ; The Mysterious Miss 
Cass; A Fool and His Folly ; Miss White of 
Curzon Street; The Duchess of Pontifex 
Gardens ; The House on the Thames ; Dr. 
Dale's Dilemma ; A Hundred Years of 
French History, 1789-1889. Plays : A Fair 
Sinner ; Zana ; The Co-Respondent ; Jack 
the Handy Man ; The Unbidden Guest. 
Recreation : walking. Address : 10 South- 
wood Mansions Highgate, N. Club: 
Savage. [Died 12 June 1909. 

APPLETON, Rev. Richard, M.A. ; Master of 
Selwyn College, Cambridge, and Fellow of 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; Hon. Canon of 
Durham ; b. Liverpool, 17 Feb. 1849 ; *. ot 
Rev. Richard Appleton, of Liverpool ; m. 
Frances Margaret, d. of late Canon J. P. 
Eden, Rector of Sedgefield, Durham. Educ. : 
Christ's Hospital; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge. Sixth Wrangler ; Chancellor's 
Medallist, 2nd class Classical Tripos; 
Examining Chaplain to Bishop (Lightfoot) 
of Durham, 1880-90 ; to Bishop (Westcott) 
of Durham, 1890-1901 ; to Bishop (Moule) 
of Durham, since 1901 ; Cambridge Preacher 
at Chapel Royal, Whitehall, 1882-84 ; Junior 
Dean of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1882-84 ; 
Senior Dean, 1884-91 ; Tutor, 1885-94 ; 
Warden of Trinity College Mission and Vicar 
of St. George, Camberwell, 1894-1903 ; Vicar 
of Ware, 1904-7 ; Rural Dean of Ware, 
1904-7. Address: Selwyn College Lodge 
Cambridge. [Died 1 March 1909. 

APPLETON, William, Recorder of Great 
Grimsby ; b. 1846 ; s. of Rev. James 
Appleton ; m. Eleanor, d. of William 
Tristram. Called to Bar, Inner Temple, 
1871. Address : 3 Dr. Johnson's Buildings 
Temple, E.C. [Died 8 Apr. 1906. 

APPLEYARD, Maj.-Gen. Frederick Ernest, C.B. 

1875 ; Knight of the Legion of Honour ; J.P. 
for Surrey ; Retired List ; b. 6 June 1829 
(descended in direct line from Wm. de 
Apelgart of Denham, in Norfolk, who lived 
in King Stephen's time) ; *. of F. N. Apple- 
yard, a cursitor of High Court of Chancery ; 
m. 1st, Louise, d. of Alex. Andrew, 1855 ; 
2nd, Gertrude, d. of Harry Tuppen, Bourne- 
mouth, 1885. Educ. : Elizabeth Coll. 
Guernsey ; Lorient, Brittany ; Gotesberg- 
on-the-Rhine. Joined 80th Regt. 1850; 
served in Burma ; present at Martaban and 
storming of Rangoon (was first up at the 
pagoda gate) ; at taking of Prome (Burmese 
medal, clasp) ; invalided home ; exchanged 
to 7th Royal Fusiliers, Crimean War ; 
wounded at Alma, 20 Sept. 1854 ; Quarries, 
7 June ; wounded Redan, 18 June 1855 ; 
present at Inkerman and Sebastopol (passing 
over 90 nights in the trenches, medal 3- 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



clasps, despatches, Knight of the Legion 
d'Honneur and Order of the Medjidie) ; was 
the only officer who served with the Head- 
quarters of the Fusiliers from its embarkation 
to the fall of Sebastopol ; commanded 3rd 
Brigade 1st Div. Khyber Column in the 
Afghan Campaign (medal, clasp, despatches 
thrice). Decorated for military services. 
Address : Tarakai, Surbiton. Club : Army 
and Navy. [Died 4 Apr. 1911. 

ARABI, Saycd Ahmed Pasha; b. of Fellah 
family, Lower Egypt, 1841 ; descendant of 
the Prophet Mohammed, Sharkiah Province 
Lower Egypt ; married 1863 ; ten *. five 
d. Served Egyptian army, 1854 ; studied 
at Azher, the religious university of Carlo ; 
had charge of transport in Abyssinian cam- 
paign ; head of a military company standing 
for justice, 1881 ; Under-Secretary for War 
and Minister of War, 1882 ; defeated same 
year at Tel-el-Kebir by the British, and 
exiled to Ceylon, 10 Jan. 1883 ; whence he 
was permitted to return, 1901. 

[Died 21 Sept. 1911. 

ARBER, Edward, D. Litt. (Oxon.) ; F.S.A. ; 
Fellow of King's Coll., London ; English 
Examiner at London Univ. and also at 
Victoria University, Manchester (retired); 
Emeritus Professor of the English Language 
and Literature, University of Birmingham, 
1894. Issued many reprints of rare books : 
English Reprints ; English Scholar's Library ; 
The First Printed English New Testament ; 
The First Three English Books on America, 
etc. ; edited An English Garner, 1880-83 ; 
British Anthologies, 1899-1901 ; The Term 
Catalogues, 1903 ; A Christian Library, 
1907. Recreation : Walking. Address : 26 
Priory Road, Bedford Park, W. 

[Died 23 Nov. 1912. 

ARBUCKLE, Hon. Sir William, Kt. ; cr. 1902 ; 
at one time Agent-General for Natal in 
London ; Commissioner of Oaths for Natal 
in London from 1906 ; J.P. Natal ; 6. near 
Larbert, 25 July 1839, of Scotch parents, 
who left Scotland when he was 10 years old ; 
m. 1865, Henrietta,' e. d. of Henry Shire, one 
of the first to plant cane and manufacture 
sugar in Natal. Educ. : rudiments at a 
country school ; principal knowledge gained 
in a large mercantile business, in which he 
ascended every rung of the ladder till he 
became manager. For many years carried 
on a firm of his own on merchant lines ; 
during this time he was elected Mayor of 
Durban five times ; he was also elected a 
Member of the old Legislative Council ; 
about 1905 he retired to farm life ; in 1893 
was nominated to the Upper House, under 
the new Government ; Colonial Treasurer, 
Natal, 1897-1902 ; President of the Legisla- 
tive Council of Natal, 1902-5. Clubs: 
Durban ; Victoria, Maritzburg. 

[Died 4 Aug. 1915. 

ARBUTHNOT, Sir Alexander John, K.C.S.I., 
cr. 1873 ; C.I.E. 1878 ; J.P. Hants ; b. 
Ireland, 11 Oct. 1822 ; s. of Rt. Rev. Bishop 
of Killaloe ; m. 1st, Frederica, d. of Maj.- 
Gen. Fearon, C.B. (d. 1898) ; 2nd, 1899 
Constance Angelena, d. of Sir W. Milman, 
3rd Bt. Educ. : Rugby ; E.I.C. Haileybury. 
Entered Madras Civil Service, 1842 ; Member 
of Council, Madras, 1867-72 ; Member of 
Gov.-Gen.'s Council, 1875-80; Member of 
Council of India, 1887-97 ; Vice-Chancellor 
of Madras and Calcutta Universities ; 
F.R.H.S. Publications: Selections from 
the Minutes and other Official Writings of 
Maj.-Gen. Sir Thomas Munro, Governor of 
Madras, with an Introductory Memoir and 
Notes, 1881; Life of Lord Clive in the 
series of Builders of Greater Britain. 
Address : Newtown House, near Newbury. 
Club : Athenaeum. [Died 10 June 1907. 



AUCHER 

ARBUTHNOT, Sir Charles George, GCB 
cr. 1881 ; General retired ; Colonel-Com- 
mandant R.A. ; b. 1824. Educ. : Rugby 
m. Caroline, d. of William Clarke, M.D. 
1868. Entered R.A. 1843 ; Brigadier-Gen! 
Afghan War, 1878-80; Commander-in- 
Chief Bombay Army, 1886 ; Madras Army. 
1886-91; Clubs: United Service, Army 
and Navy. [Died 14 Apr. 1899. 

ARBUTHNOT, Vice-Adm. Charles Ramsay ; 6. 
5 Feb. 1850 ; s. of George Clerk Arbuthnot, 
of Mavisbank ; m. 1880, Emily Caroline (d. 
1910). d. of late Rear-Admiral C. F. Schom- 
berg ; one . two d. Educ. : H.M S 
" Britannia," 1863 ; a Sub - Lieut. Royal 
Yacht ; Lt. 1871 ; Lt. in Arctic yacht 
" Pandora," 1876 ; awarded Arctic medal ; 
Commander, 1883 ; Captain, 1891 Rear- 
Admiral, 1904 ; Vice-Admiral, retired, 1907 ; 
commanded H.M.S. " Orlando," flag-ship in 
Australia, 1892-95 ; H.M.S. " Hermione " 
Particular Service Squadron, 1896 ; H.M.S. 
" Blake " and H.M.S. " Resolution," 1897- 
1900 ; H.M.S. ". Cambridge," School of 
Gunnery, Devonport, 1900-1903 ; was A.D.C. 
to King Edward VII., 1901-1904. Recrea- 
tions : fishing, shooting, cycling. Address 
Selwood Lodge, Frome, Somerset. Clubs: 
United Service ; Royal Naval, Portsmouth. 
[Died 30 Sept. 1913. 

ARBUTHNOTT, llth Viscount (cr. 1641), 
David Arbuthnott ; Baron Inverbervie 1641 
[1st Viscount was knighted and raised to 
peerage for services to Charles L] ; b. 29 
Jan. 1845; S. b. 1895. Heir: b. Hon. 
William Arbuthnott, b. 24 Oct. 1849. 
Address : Arbuthnott House Fordoun, 
Kincardineshire. [Died 24 May 1914. 

ARBUTHNOTT, Hon. David, C.S.I., Madras 
Civil Service (retired) ; b. 1820 ; s. of 8th 
Viscount Arbuthnott ; m. 1847, Eliza, d. of 
Thomas Reynolds. [Died 27 July 1901. 

ARCHAMBEAULT, Rt. Rev. Joseph Alfred, 
Bishop of Joliette from 1904 ; b. Canada, 
1859. Educ. : L'Asaomption College ; 
Grand Seminary, Montreal : French Semin- 
ary, Rome. Ordained 1882 ; Vice-Rector 
University of Laval ; Proto-Notary Apos- 
tolic, 1902. Address : Joliette, Canada. 

[Died 25 Apr. 1913. 

ARCHDALL, Rt. Rev. Mervyn, D.D. ; b. 16 
Feb. 1833 ; m. 1863, Henrietta, d. of E. W. 
Preston, Clontarf ; three s. two d. Educ. : 
Trin. Coll. Dublin. Vicar of Templebready, 
1863-72 ; Examining Chaplain to Bishops 
(Gregg and Meade) of Cork, 1872-97 ; Rector 
of St. Luke's, Cork, 1872-94 ; Archdeacon of 
Cork, 1878-94; Canon of St. Patrick's 
Cathedral, 1891 ; Dean of Cork, 1894 ; 
Bishop of Killaloe, 1897-1912; resigned, 
1912. Address: Clarisford, Killaloe, Co. 
Clare. [Died 18 May 1913. 

ARCHER, James, R.S.A. ; retired portrait 
painter ; b. Edinburgh, 10 June 1822 ; e. s. 
of Andrew Archer, dentist, Edinburgh, and 
Ann Gregory ; m. 1853, Jane Clark, d. of 
James Lawson, W.S., Edinburgh. Educ. : 
High School, Edinburgh. A.R.S.A. 1851, 
R.S.A.1858. Studied Art in Trustees' School 
under Sir William Allan, P.R.S.A., for the 
antique, and under Thomas Duncan, R.S.A. 
and A.R.A., for painting ; went to London, 
1862 ; visited America professionally, 1884, 
and India, 1886, residing chiefly in Calcutta 
and Simla; returned to London, 1889. 
Recreation : reading only. Address : Shian, 
Haslemere, Surrey. Club : Arts. 

[Died 3 Sept. 1904. 

ARCHER, Thomas, C.M.G. 1884; b. 1823; 
m. 1852, Grace Lindsay, d. of James Morison 
of Muirtown, N.B. Agent - General for 
Queensland, 1882-84 ; re-appointed, 1888 ; 
resigned, 1890 Address : Gracemere, 
Queensland. [Died 9 Dec. 1905. 



ARCHER-HIND 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



ARCHER-HIND, Richard Dacre, M.A. ; Fellow 
of Trinity College, Cambridge; b. Morris 
Hall, Northumberland, 1849; . of T. H. 
Archer-Hind of Combe Fishacre, Devon, and 
Ovington, Northumberland ; m. 1888, Laura, 
y. d. of late Lewis Pocock, F.S.A. ; one *. 
Educ. : Shrewsbury ; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge. Chancellor's Classical Medallist and 
Craven Scholar. Classical Lecturer at 
Trinity College, 1875-1903. Publications: 
Phaedo of Plato, 1883 ; Timaeus of Plato, 
1888 ; Co-editor of Cambridge Compositions, 
1900 ; Translations into Greek, 1905 ; various 
classical papers. Recreations : music, garden. 
Address : Trinity College, and Little Newn- 
ham, Cambridge. [Died 6 Apr. 1910. 

ARDAGH, Major - General Sir John Charles, 
K.C.M.G., cr. 1902; K.C.I.E., cr. 1894; 
Assoc. I.C.E. ; LL.D. Trinity College, Dublin, 
honoris causa, 1897 ; F.R.G.S., F.R.C.I. ; 
t. of Rev. W. J. Ardagh ; b. 9 Aug. 1840 ; 
m. 1896, Susan, Countess of Malmesbury, 
widow of 3rd Earl, and d. of late John 
Hamilton of Fyne Court, Somerset. Educ. : 
Trin. Coll. Dublin. Entered R.E. 1859; 
Major-General, 1898. Passed Staff College ; 
Conference of Constantinople, 1876 ; Con- 
gress of Berlin, 1878 ; Bulgarian Boundary 
Commission, 1879 ; Conference of Berlin, 
1880 ; Conference of Constantinople, 1881 ; 
Commissioner for delimitation of Turco- 
Greek Frontier, 1881 ; Special Service, 
Egypt, 1882 ; C.R.E. and Head of Intelli- 
gence Department, Soudan Expedition, 
1884 ; Commandant of Base, Nile Expedi- 
tion, 1885 ; Senior Staff Officer, Nile Expedi- 
tion, 1886 ; A.A.G. Defence and Mobilisation, 
Horse Guards, 1887 ; extra A.D.C. to Duke 
of Cambridge, 1888 ; Private Sec. to Lord 
Lansdowne, 1888-94, and for short time to 
Lord Elgin, Viceroy of India ; Commandant 
School of Military Engineering, Chatham, 
1894-96 ; Director of Military Intelligence, 
War Office, 1896-1901 ; British Delegate to 
Peace Conference at the Hague, 1899 ; 
Member of Arbitration Tribunal between 
Chili and Argentina ; H.M.G. Agent, South 
African Claims Commission, 1901 ; Member 
of Judicial Commission on Revision of 
Martial Law Sentences, 1902 ; member of 
Permanent International Court of Arbitra- 
tion at the Hague ; Government Director of 
Suez Canal Company, 1903 ; Assoc. Institut 
de Droit International ; C.B. 1878 ; C.B. 
(Mil.) 1884; C.I.E. 1892; Orders of 4th 
Class Osmanieh, 3rd Class Medjidieh, medals, 
clasps, stars. Battles : Alexandria, Tel-el- 
Kebir, Teb, Tamai, Giniss. Address : 113 
Queen's Gate, S.W. Clubs : Athenaeum, 
United Service, Cosmopolitan. 

[Died 1 Oct. 1907. 

ARDILAUN, 1st Baron (cr. 1880), Arthur 
Edward Guinness ; 2nd Bt. (cr. 1867) ; D.L., 
LL.D. ; b. 1 Nov. 1840 ; m. Lady Olivia 
Charlotte White, d. of 3rd Earl of Bantry. 
M.P. (C.) Dublin, 1868-69, 1874-80 ; S. 1868, 
father, Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness, Bt., M.P., 
who restored St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. 
Educ. : Eton ; Trinity Coll. Dublin. Heir 
to barony, none ; to baronetcy, n. Algernon 
A. St. L. L. Guinness. Address : 11 Carlton 
House Terrace, S.W. ; St. Anne's, Clontarf, 
Co. Dublin; Ashford, Cong, Co. Galway. 
Clubs : Carlton, St. Stephen's, Garrick ; 
Kildare Street, University, Dublin. 

[Died 20 Jan. 1915. 

ARDITI, Luigi ; b. Crescentino, Piedmont, 
16 July 1822; *. of Maurizio Arditi and 
Caterina Colombo ; ni. Virginia, d. of William 
S. Warwick, Richmond, Virginia. Educ. : 
Milan Conservatoire. Musical conductor in 
London, Vienna, Madrid, Constantinople, 
St. Petersburg, Havana, and all the cities of 
the United States; decorated by two 



, Senator 
>m 1905 ; 
Jameson, 
; g. s. of 
itute of 



Sultans, the King of Italy, and King of 
Spain. Composer of the valse II Bacio, 
operas, cantatas, and songs. Address : 
14 Gwydyr Mansions, Hove, Sussex. 

[Died 1 May 1903. 

ARDWALL, Lord, Andrew Jameson, Senator 
of College of Justice in Scotland from 
b. Ayr, 5 July 1845 ; e. s. of Andrew Jameson, 
Sheriff of Aberdeen and Kincardine 
Andrew Jameson, Sheriff-Substitute ^ 
Fifeshire ; m. Christian Robison, d. of J. 
Gordon Brown, Lochanhead, and niece of 
late Walter M'Culloch, of Ardwall, Kircud- 
brightshire, 1875 ; three *. one d. Educ. : 
Edinburgh Academy ; Universities of St. 
Andrews (M.A.) and Edinburgh. LL.D. St. 
Andrews, 1905 ; Advocate, 1870 ; Junior 
Counsel, Department of Woods and Forests, 
1882-86 ; Sheriff of Roxburgh, Berwick, and 
Selkirk, 1886-90 ; Sheriff of Ross, Cromarty, 
and Sutherland, 1890-91 ; appointed Com- 
missioner to inquire into the Telephone 
System in Glasgow 1897 ; Sheriff of Perth- 
shire, 1891-1905. Recreations : shooting, 
trout fishing. Address : 14 Moray Place, 
Edinburgh, and (in vacation) Ardwall, Kirk- 
cudbrightshire. Clubs : Devonshire ; Uni- 
versity, Northern, Edinburgh. 

[Died 21 Nov. 1911. 

ARGYLL, 8th Duke of (cr. 1701), George 
Douglas Campbell, P.C., K.T., K.G., F.R.S. ; 
Marquis of Lome and -Kintyre ; Earl Camp- 
bell and Cowal ; Viscount of Lochow and 
Glenisla ; Baron Inveraray, Mull, Morvern 
and Tiry, 1701 ; Baron Campbell, 1445 ; 
Earl of Argyll, 1457 ; Baron of Lome, 1470 ; 
Baron Kintyre, 1633 (Scotland) ; Baron 
Sundridge, 1766; Baron Hamilton, 1776; 
29th Baron of Lochow. Celtic title, Mac 
Cailean Mhor (from Sir Colin Campbell, 
knighted 1286). Hereditary Master of the 
Royal Household, Scotland ; Hereditary 
High Sheriff of the County of Argyll ; Ad- 
miral of the Western Isles ; Keeper of the 
Great Seal of Scotland and of the Castles of 
Dunstaffnage, Dunoon, and Carrick ; Lord- 
Lieutenant of Argyllshire ; Chancellor of 
University of St. Andrews ; Trustee of 
British Museum ; Elder Brother of Trinity 
House ; b. 30 Apr. 1823. S. father 1847 ; 
m. 1844, Elizabeth d. of 2nd Duke of Suther- 
land ; 1881, Amelia Maria, d. of Bishop of 
St. Albans, and widow of the Hon. Lieut.- 
Col. A. H. A. Anson, V.C. ; 1895, Ina- 
Erskin, V.A., d. of A. M'Neill, of Colonsay, 
Argyllshire, and Woman of the Bedchamber 
to H.M. the Queen. Presbyterian. Lord 
Privy Seal, 1853-55, 1859-66, 1880-81 ; 
Postmaster-General, 1855-58 ; Secretary of 
State for India, 1868-74. Educ. privately. 
Publications : Presbytery Examined, 1848 ; 
Reign of Law, 1866 ; Primeval Man, 1869 ; 
lona, 1871 ; The Eastern Question, 1879 ; 
Unity of Nature, 1884 ; Scotland as it Was 
and as it Is, 1887 ; The New British Con- 
stitution, 1888 ; The Highland Nurse, 1889 ; 
Unseen Foundations of Society, 1893 ; Irish 
Nationalism, 1893 ; Volume of Poems, 1894 ; 
Philosophy of Belief, 1896 ; What is Science ? 
1898 ; Organic Evolution Cross-examined 
1898. Owned 170,000 acres. Owned paint- 
ings by Gainsborough ; various relics of 
Mary Queen of Scots ; sole complete copy 
of the first book printed in Gaelic ; Bishop 
Carsewell's translation of John Knox's 
Liturgy, 1567. Recreations : geology, or- 
nithology, natural history, painting. Heir : 
s. Marquis of Lome. Address : Inveraray 
Castle, Argyllshire ; Machariach, Kintyre ; 
Argyll Lodge, Kensington, London. Club : 
Athenaeum. [Died 24 Apr. 1900. 

ARGYLL, 9th Duke of (cr. 1701), John Douglas 
Sutherland Campbell, P.C., K.G., K.T., 
G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O.,&LL.D., D.Sc. D.L. ; 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Marquis of Lome and Kintyre ; Earl 
Campbell and Cowal ; Viscount of Lochow 
and Glenisla ; Baron Inveraray, Mull, 
Morvern, and Tiry, 1701 ; Baron Campbell, 
1445 Earl of Argyll, 1457 : Baron of Lome, 
1470 Baron Kintyre, 1633 (Scotland) ; 
Baron Sundridge, 1766 ; Baron Hamilton, 
1776 29th Baron of Lochow ; Chancellor 
of Order of St. Michael and George. Celtic 
title, Mac Cailean Mhor, Chief of Clan 
Campbell (from Sir Colin Campbell, knighted 
1286). Hereditary Master of the Royal 
Household, Scotland ; Hereditary High 
Sheriff of the County of Argyll ; Admiral of 
the Western Coast and Isles ; Keeper of the 
Great Seal of Scotland and of the Castles of 
Dunstaffnage, D\moon, and Carrick ; Lord- 
Lieutenant of Argyllshire ; Governor and 
Constable of Windsor Castle from 1892 ; 
Hon. Col. 3rd A. and S. Highlanders, London 
Scottish, Argyll and Bute A.V., Glasgow 
Highlanders and Argyll Light Infantry, 
Canada ; b. Stafford House, London, 6 Aug. 
1845 ; e. s. of George, 8th Duke of Argyll, 
and Elizabeth, e. d. of 2nd Duke of Suther- 
land ; S. father 1900 ; m. H.R.H. Princess 
Louise, 4th d. of Queen Victoria, 1871. 
Educ. : Edinburgh Academy ; Eton ; St. 
Andrews ; Trin. Coll. Camb. M.P. Argyll- 
shire, 1868-78 ; contested Hampstead, 1885 ; 
Private Secretary to Duke of Argyll (India 
Office), 1868-71 ; Governor-Gen, of Canada, 
1878-83 ; contested Bradford (L.U.), 1892 ; 
M.P. (U.) South Manchester, 1895-1900. 
Publications: The U.S.A. after the War, 
1885 ; Imperial Federation, 1885 ; Memories 
of Canada and Scotland, 1884; Canadian 
Pictures, 1885 ; Life of Palmerston ; Tales 
and Poems ; Psalms in English Verse ; 
Windsor Castle ; Libretto for an opera, 
Diarmid, 1897 ; Life and Times of Queen 
Victoria, 1901 ; A Gift Book for the Home ; 
Passages from the Past, 1907 ; Intimate 
Society Letters of the Eighteenth Century, 
1910, etc. Recreations : golf, cycling, shoot- 
ing. Heir : n. Niall Diarmid [s. of late 
Lord Archibald Campbell, b. 2nd Nov. 1873]. 
Address : Roseneath, N.B. ; Kensington 
Palace, W. [Died 2 May 1914. 

ARISUGAWA, Prince Takehito ; Hon. G.C.B. ; 
cr. 1905 ; b. 13 Jan. 1862 ; member of 
Supreme Council of War ; belonged to one 
of the four imperial families of Japan ; m. 

d. of Marquis Mayeda. Visited England 
when a naval cadet ; was a midshipman for 
two years on H.M.S. Iron Duke ; served in 
Channel Squadron ; studied at Naval 
College, Greenwich ; commanded cruiser 
Matsushima throughout war, 1894-95 ; Ad- 
miral Superintendent of Yokosuka ; repre- 
sented Japan at Diamond Jubilee ; visited 
England, 1905. Address : Tokyo, Japan. 

[Died 9 July 1913. 

ARKWRIGHT, Francis; member of Legisla- 
tive Council, New Zealand; J.P. Derby 
and Yorks, N.R. ; b. 1846 ; e. s. of late Rev. 
Godfrey H. Arkwright and Fanny, d. of Sir 
H. FitzHerbert, 3rd Bt. ; m. 1st, 1868, 
Louisa (d. 1873), d. of late H. Milbanke ; 
2nd, 1875, Hon. H. Evelyn Addington, d. of 
3rd Viscount Sidmouth. Educ. : Eton. 
M.P. (C.) East Derbyshire, 1874-80. Ad- 
dress : Overton, Marton, New Zealand. 
Club : Carlton. [Died March 1915. 

ARKWRIGHT, John Hungerford, M.A. Oxford ; 
Lord-Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum of Here- 
fords, 1901 ; b. 1833 ; e. s. of J. Arkwright 
of Hampton Court, Leominster, and Sarah, 

e. d. of Sir Hungerford Hoskyns of Harewood, 
Co. Hereford ; m. 1866, Charlotte Lucy (d. 
1904), 3rd d. of John Davenport of Foxley, 
Hereford, and Westwood, Co. Stafford. 
Educ. : Eton ; Christ Church, Oxford (B.A. 
1856, M.A. 1867). J.P., D.L., 1856 ; High 



ARMSTRONG 

Sheriff, 1862; Capt. Leominster (No. 6) 
Herefordshire Volunteers, 1861 ; M.F.H. 
Joint with Sir Velters Cornewall, Bart., 
Herefordshire Hounds, 1858-67 ; M.F.H. 
North Herefordshire Hounds, 1869-74 ; 
Governor Christ's Hospital and Foundlings, 
1856; Council R.A.S.E., 1862; a Vice- 
President, 1901 ; Chief Steward Leominster 
Borough, 1889 ; Herefords County Council, 
1889 ; Alderman, 1902 ; 'President Triennial 
Music Festival, Hereford, 1903. Heir : s. 
John Stanhope, M.P. Recreations : in early 
life hunting, shooting, fishing, cricket, music, 
drawing, estate-work, farming, horticulture. 
Address : Hampton Court, Leominster. 
Clubs : Carlton, Farmers', Junior Conserva- 
tive ; County, Herefords Hunt, Hereford. 

[Died, 25 May 1905. 

ARMOUR, George Denholm, artist ; 6. Scot- 
land, 30 Jan. 1864 ; 3rd s. of Robert Armour 
and Marion Paterson ; m. 3 March 1898, 
Mary Emma, d. of John Robb, J.P., Busby 
House, Busby. Educ. : St. Andrews. 
Studied Art at the Edinburgh School of Art 
and Royal Scottish Academy from 1880 to 
about 1888, during which time exhibited in 
most of chief galleries ; afterwards went to 
London, working as painter and illustrator. 
Publications : many drawings in the Graphic, 
Pall Mall Budget, Sporting and Dramatic 
News, Pick Me Up, Punch, etc. Recreations : 
hunting, shooting, fishing, and all field sports. 
Address : Waterside, Busby, Glasgow ; 
Etchilhampton Houses, Devizes. 

[Died 11 July 1903. 

ARMSTEAD, Henry Hugh, R.A. 1879; 
sculptor ; b. 18 June 1828. Educ. : Royal 
Academy, London, under Profs. Bailey, 
Leigh, and Carey. Mr. Armstead designed, 
modelled, and chased in silver for many 
years, producing the Kean Testimonial, the 
St. George's Vase, Tennyson Vase (silver 
medal obtained in Paris, 1855), the Packing- 
ton Shield ; and his last important work in 
silver (for which the medal from the 1862 ex- 
hibition was obtained) was the Outram 
Shield always on view at the Kensington 
Museum ; his works in marble, bronze, and 
wood included the south and east sides of the 
podium of the Albert Memorial, Kensington 
Gardens, representing the musicians and 
painters of the Italian, German, French, and 
English schools there are also bronze 
figures of Chemistry, Astronomy, Medicine, 
and Rhetoric ; he also executed the external 
sculptural decorations of the Colonial 
Offices, and the carved oak panels in His 
Majesty's Robing Room in the New Palace, 
Westminster, illustrating the history of King 
Arthur and Sir Galahad; he designed all 
the external sculptures at Eatington, War- 
wickshire ; executed the large fountain in 
the fore court of King's College, Cambridge ; 
the marble reredos of the Entombment of 
Our Lord at Hythe Church, Kent ; the Street 
statue in the Central Hall of the Law Courts ; 
life-size marble statue, Playmates ; the Wag- 
horn statue at Chatham ; the marble door- 
way of the Holborn Restaurant, including 
wrought-iron screens for the fire-places ; 
many effigies, Bishop Wilberforce at Win- 
Chester, Lord John Thynne at \V estmmster, 
Bishop Ollivant at Llandaff, etc. ; several 
wood blocks for Dalziel's Bible and for Good 
Words; the portion of the frieze on the 
Albert Hall of applied mechanics, and many 
other works ; appointed to act on the Royal 
Commission at the Paris Exhibition of 1900 ; 
carved in marble a statuette of Remorse, 
bought by the Trustees of the Chantrey 
Bequest. Address : 52 Circus Road, N W. 
Club : Athenaeum. [Died 4 Dec. 190o. 



Coll. Dublin; Edinburgh University; m. 
23 



ARMSTRONG 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Charlotte, Lady King-Hall, 1894. Entered 
Medical Department of Navy ; served in 
various parts of the world, and five con- 
tinuous years in Arctic Regions, searching 
for Sir John Franklin, and discovering North- 
West Passage, circumnavigating the Continent 
of America ; Russian War, 1855 ; Director- 
General of Medical Department of Navy, 
1869-80. Publications : A Personal Narrative 
of the Discoveryof the North- West Passage ; 
Observations on Naval Hygiene. Address : 
The Elms, Button Bonnington, Lough- 
borough. Clubs : Athenaeum, Junior 
United Service, Constitutional, Royal 
Societies. [Died 5 July 1899. 

ARMSTRONG, Rev. Sir Edmund Frederick, 
2nd Bt. ; cr. 1841 ; b. 1836 ; S. father 1863 ; 
widower. Heir : s. Andrew Harvey, b. 
1866. Address : Gallen Priory, Ferbane, 
King's County. [Died 1 May 1899. 

ARMSTRONG, Captain Sir George Carlyon 
Hughes, 1st Bt. ; cr. 1892 ; sole proprietor 
of the Globe, and part proprietor of the People 
and Sun newspapers ; b. Lucknow, 1836 ; 
m. Alice FitzRoy, d. of Rev. C. J. Furlong 
2 Feb. 1865 ; two s. one d. Educ.: privately. ! 
Entered army, 1855 (59th Bengal Native I 
Infantry) ; joined Stokes' Pathan Horse, 
serving throughout Indian Mutiny (Mutiny 
medal and clasp for Delhi) ; severely 
wounded 18 Sept. 1857, at Mooradnuggar, 
near Delhi ; retired with pension equivalent 
to the loss of a limb ; Orderly Officer of 
R.M.C. Addiscombe, till the College was 
broken up, when a Sword of Honour was 
presented to him by the Cadets ; joined 
staff of the Globe 1872, becoming subse- 
quently its proprietor and editor. Recrea- 
tions : fishing, travelling. Heir : s. George 
Elliot. Address : 39 Cadogan Square, S.W. 
Clubs : Carlton, United Service. 

[Died 20 Apr. 1967. 

ARMSTRONG, George Frederick, M.A., 
F.R.S.E. ; Mem. Inst.C.E. ; J.P. ; Fellow 
of King's Coll. London ; Regius Professor of 
Engineering, Edinburgh University, from 
1885 ; b. Doncaster, 15 May 1842 ; s. of 
George Armstrong ; m. Margaret, d. of 
Thomas Brown, Headingley, 1893. Educ : 
King's Coll. London; Jesus Coll. Camb. 
Pupil of R. Johnson, Engineer-in-Chief, Gt. 
Northern Railway ; engineering staff of line, 
1863-68 ; engineer for Isle of Man railways, 
etc., 1868-71. Recreations : rowing, music. 
Address : St. Oswald's, Grasmere, R.S.O., 
Westmorland. Clubs : New University ; 
Scottish Conservative ; Scottish Arts, 
Edinburgh. [Died 16 Nov. 1900. 

ARMSTRONG, Thomas, C.B. 1898 ; Director 
for Art in the Department of Science and 
Art, 1881-98 ; b. 19 Oct. 1832 ; e. s. of Thomas 
Armstrong, Manchester ; m. Alice Mary, d 
of Colonel J. J. Brine. Educ. : private 
schools. Pupil of Ary Scheffer ; studied in 
Paris, 1853, where he was intimately associ- 
ated with Du Maurier, Poynter, and Whistler; 
exhibited in R.A. 1865-77 ; in Grosvenor 
Gallery, 1877-81 ; resided in Algiers, 1858-59; 
worked at Dusseldorf with Du Maurier, 
1860 ; lived much abroad, principally on 
the Riviera. Paintings : Feeding Pigeons, 
1877 ; A Girl holding an Embroidery Frame, 
1877 ; The Harbour Bar at Teignmouth, 
1877 ; The Riviera of Genoa in Spring, 1877 ; 
Three Figures on a Marble Seat, with Orange 
Blossoms and Marigolds, 1878 ; a series of 
panels for dining-room in Bank Hall, Chapel- 
en-le-Frith, Derbyshire, 1872. Recreations : 
painting and modelling. Address: The 
Abbot's House, Abbots Langley, Herts. 
Club : Athenaeum. [Died 22 Apr. 1911 
ARMSTRONG, 1st Baron (cr. 1887), William 
George, K.B. ; C.B. 1859 ; Knight of many 
foreign orders ; Chairman of Elswick Works ; 
b. 26 Nov. 1810 ; s. of Wm. Armstrong, of 



Newcastle ; m. 1835, Margaret, d. of William 
Ramshaw, of Bishop Auckland (d. 1893). 
Liberal Unionist ; stood as such for New- 
castle in 1886 ; from 1832 to 1847 was a 
solicitor in firm of Donkin, Stables, and 
Armstrong of Newcastle ; in 1847 became an 
Engineer and founded the Elswick Works ; 
from 1859 to 1863 Engineer of Rifled Ord- 
nance at Woolwich ; inventor of Armstrong 
gun, and of present system of Hydraulics. 
Educ. : Whickham School ; Bishop Auck- 
land. LL.D. Camb. ; D.C.L. Oxford ; M.E. 
Dublin ; F.R.S 1843 ; Pres. of British 
Assoc. 1863. Publications: A Visit to 
Egypt, 1873 ; Electric Movement in Air and 
Water, 1897 ; and numerous pamphlets and 
articles on various scientific subjects. 
Owned about 16,000 acres. Owner of Barn- 
burgh Castle. Owned picture gallery at 
Cragside, in which were Chill October and 
Jephthah's Daughter by Millais ; The Rabbit 
on the Wall by Wilkie ; and works by J. M. 
Turner, Peter Graham, Stanfield, Linnell, 
Leighton, Wilson, Vicat Cole, Cooper, Ansdell, 
Rossetti, Richardson, Muller, Albert Moore, 
Constable. Recreations : planting, building, 
electrical and scientific research. Children, 
none. Address : Cragside, Rothbury ; Bam- 
burgh Castle, Belford ; Jesmond Dene, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 27 Dec. 1900. 

ARMYTAGE, Sir George, 5th Bt. ; cr. 1738 ; 
b. 1819 ; m. Eliza, d. of Sir Joseph Radcliffe, 
Bt., 1841( d. 1898). Owned about 3000 acres. 
Heir : s. George John, b. 1842. Address : 
Kirklees Hall, Brighouse, Yorkshire; 27 
Cambridge Square, W. Clubs : Carlton, 
Garrick, Yorkshire. [Died 9 March 1899. 
ARNISON, William Christopher, M.D., D.C.L. ; 
Professor of Surgery, Durham University, 
1892; Consulting (late Senior) Surgeon, 
Royal Infirmary, Newcastle ; b. Allendale, 
Northumberland, 19 Feb. 1837 ; s. of W. C. 
Arnison, Surgeon ; m. Kate, d. of late 
Richard Holding, Southsea, 1887. Educ. : 
Durham University. Address : 4 Fenham 
Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

[Died 4 Nov. 1899. 

ARNOLD, Sir Alfred, Kt. ; cr. 1903 ; b. 18 
Nov. 1835 ; *. of Rev. F. Arnold, Rector of 
Brimington, Derbyshire ; m. 1st, Catherine, 
d. of Robert Comber, of Hadlow, Kent (d. 
1891) ; 2nd, 1901, Mary, widow of Joseph 
Collins of Halifax ; one *. one d. Educ. : 
Chesterfield Gram. School ; Sidney Sussex 
Coll. Camb. ; Inner Temple. Barrister ; 
J.P. for West Riding ; M.P. (C.) Halifax, 
1895-1900. Address : Woodroyde, Halifxa. 
Clubs : Carlton, Junior Constitutional ; 
Halifax, Halifax. [Died 31 Oct. 1908. 

ARNOLD, Sir Arthur, Kt. ; cr. 1895 ; D.L., 
LL.D., J.P. for Co. London and Dartmouth ; 
Board of Trade Harbour Commissioner for 
Dartmouth ; b. 28 May 1833 ; s. of Robert 
Coles Arnold, Whartons, Framfield, Sussex ; 
m. 1867, Amelia, o. d. of Capt. H. B. Hyde, 
96th Regt., of Castle Hyde, Co. Cork. Educ.: 
privately. Contested Huntingdon (L.), 
1873 ; M.P. Salford, 1880-83 ; contested 
North Salford, 1885 and 1886; North 
Dorset, 1892; President of Free Land 
League (retired) ; Chairman of London 
County Council, 1895-97. Publications: 
History of the Cotton Famine, 1865 ; From 
the Levant, 2 vols. 1868 ; Through Persia by 
Caravan, 2 vols. 1876 ; Free Land, 1880 ; 
Social Politics, 1881. Address: 45 Kensing- 
ton Park Gardens, W. ; Hyde Hill, Dart- 
mouth. Club : Reform. 

[Died 20 May '1902. 

ARNOLD, Sir Edwin, K.C.I.E. ; cr. 1888; 
C.S.I., Fellow of Bombay University, of 
Royal Asiatic Society; Officer of White 
Elephant of Siam, also Grand Commander 
of Crown of Siam, Rising Sun of Japan ; 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



ASHBOURNE 



2nd class of Imperial Medjidieh ; 3rd class 
Osmanieh ; Commander of Lion and Sun of 
Persia; au thor and journalist ; b. Gravesend, 
10 June 1832 ; s. of Robert Coles Arnold, 
J.P., Whartons, Framfield, Sussex ; m. 
Katharine Elizabeth, d. of Rev. Theo. 
Biddulph, 1854 (d. 1864) ; 2nd, Fannie, d. 
of Rev. W. H. Channing, Boston, U.S.A. 
id. 1889) ; 3rd, Tama Kurokawa, Sendai, 
Japan, 1897. Educ. : King's School, 
Rochester ; King's Coll. London ; Univer- 
sity Coll. Oxford, of which latter, Scholar 
and Newdigate Prizeman 1853. Master of 
King Edward's School, Birmingham, 1854- 
1856 ; Principal of Government Deccan 
Coll. Poona, Bombay, 1856-61 ; from that 
time constantly connected with editorial and 
literary duties on staff of Daily Telegraph ; 
President, 1893, of Midland Institute. 
Publications : Light of Asia ; Light of the 
World ; The Voyage of Ithobal ; and many 
other works in verse and prose. Recrea- 
tions : sportsman, yachtsman, traveller, 
cyclist. Address : 31 Bolton Gardens, 
S.W. Club : Royal London Yacht. 

[Died 24 March 1904. 

ARNOLD, Col. Stanley, C.B. 1904; J.P. 
Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, and Wor- 
cestershire ; b. 1844 ; 2nd s. of Samuel 
James Arnold of West Derby, Lancashire ; 
m. 1869, o. d. of Robert Edwards, Beech 
Hill Park, Essex ; two d. Educ. : privately. 
Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. the Lancashire R.G.A. 
(M.), 1888-1904 ; Hon. Lt.-Col. in the army, 
1900. Address : Barton House, Moreton- 
in-Marsh. Club : Conservative. 

[Died 14 March 1906. 

ARNOLD, Thomas, M.A. ; Fellow and Ex- 
aminer, English Language and Literature, 
Royal University of Ireland ; editor of Old 
English Texts ; b. 30 Nov. 1823 ; 2nd s. of 
Dr. Thomas Arnold, Headmaster of Rugby ; 
father of Mrs. Humphry Ward. Publica- 
tions : A Manual of English Literature ; 
Vol. IX. of Cassell's History of England, 
1874 ; joint author, with W. E. Addis, of 
A Catholic Dictionary ; Notes on Beowulf, 

1896 ; Notes on the Sacrifice of the Altar, 

1897 ; Passages from a Wandering Life, 
1900. Address : Royal University of Ire- 
land, Dublin. [Died 12 Nov. 1900. 

ARNOLD-FORSTER, Rt. Hon. Hugh Oakeley, 
M.P. (U.) Croydon from 1906 ; b. 1855 ; s. 
of William Delafield Arnold, Director of 
Public Instruction in Punjab, adopted son 
of late Rt. Hon. W. E. Forster, M.P. ; m. 
Mary, d. of Professor Story-Maskelyne. 
Educ. : Rugby ; Univ. Coll. Oxford. First 
Class, Oxford. Parliamentary Secretary to 
Admiralty, 1900-3 ; Secretary of State for 
War, 1903-6 ; M.P. (L.U.) West Belfast, 
1892-1906. Publications : How to Solve 
the Irish Land Question ; The Citizen 
Reader ; The Laws of Everyday Life ; This 
World of Ours ; In a Conning Tower ; 
Things New and Old (7 vols.) ; Our Home 
Army ; A History of England, 1897 ; Army 
Letters, 1898 ; The Coming of the Kilogram, 
1899 ; Our Great City, 1900 ; The Army in 
1906: a Policy and a Vindication, 1906; 
English Socialism of To-Day, 1908. Recrea- 
tions : bicycling, sailing. Address : 2 The 
Abbey Garden, Westminster, S.W. Clubs : 
Athenseum, Savile ; Ulster Reform. 

[Died 12 March 1909. 

ARNOTT, Sir John, 1st Bt. ; cr. 1896 ; pro- 
prietor of Irish Times ; b. 1817 ; m. 1st, d. 
of J. J. Mackinlay, 1852 ; 2nd, d. of Rev. E. 
L. Fitzgerald, 1872 (knighted 1859) ; M.P. 
Kinsale, 1859-63. Heir : s. John, b. 1854. 
Address : Woodlands, Cork. 

[Died 28 March 1898. 

ARRAN, 5th Earl of (cr. 1762), Arthur Saunders 
William Charles Fox Gore, K.P. 1898; 
Lord-Lieutenant of Mayo from 1888 ; Bt. 



1662; Viscount Sudley, Baron Saunders, 
1758 ; Earl of Arran of the Arran Islands, Co. 
Galway, 1762; Baron Sudley (U.K.), 1884. 
[descended from Gerald Gore, Alderman of 
London at close of 16th century] ; b. 6 Jan. 
1839 ; S. father 1884 ; m. 1st, 1865, Hon. 
Edith (d. 1871), d. of Viscount Jocelyn ; 2nd, 
Winifred, d. of John Reilly, and widow of 
Eon, J. M. Stopford, 1889, Lady-in-waiting 
to H.R.H. Princess Christian, 1885-89. 
Educ. : Eton. Entered Diplomatic Service 
1859, resigned, 1864 ; special commissioner 
of Income Tax, 1865-84. Owned about 
36,000 acres. Heir : s. Viscount Sudley. 
Address : 16 Hertford Street, W. ; Castle 
Gore, Mayo ; Queen Anne's Mead, Windsor. 
Clubs : White's, Brooks's, Travellers'. 

[Died 14 March 1901. 

ARROL, Sir William, Kt., cr. 1890 ; LL.D. ; 
F.R.S.E. ; D.L. ; head of William Arrol 
and Co., engineers ; b. 1839 ; m. 1st, 1864, 
Elizabeth Pattison (d. 1904); 2nd, 1905, 
Miss Hodgart (d. 1910) of Lockerbank, Ayr ; 
3rd, 1910, Elsie, d. of late James Robertson, 
London. Constructed Tay (present) and 
Forth Bridges"; M.P. (L.U.) S. Ayrshire, 
1895-1906. Address : Seafield, Ayr. 

[Died 20 Feb. 1913. 

ARTHUR, Captain Leonard Robert Sunkersett, 
C.M.G., 1901 ; Consul at Dakar, and Colonial 
Secretary Gold Coast. Joined Bedford 
Regiment, 1886 ; Rifle Brigade, 1887 ; Cap- 
tain, 1895. Address : Dakar, East Africa. 
[Died 13 Dec. 1903. 

ARUNDEL and SURREY, Earl of, Philip 
Joseph Mary Fitzalan-Howard ; b. 7 Sept. 
1879 ; e. s. of 15th Duke of Norfolk. 

[Died 8 July 1902. 

ARUNDELL of Wardour, 12th Baron (cr. 1605), 
John Francis Arundell ; Count of the Holy 
Roman Empire, 1595; b. 28 Dec. 1831; 
S. father 1862 ; m. Anne Lucy, d. of John 
Errington, of High Warden, Northumber- 
land, 1862. [The first Lord was a famous 
soldier who fought in Hungary against the 
Turks.] Conservative. Family has never 
ceased to be Roman Catholic since mediaeval 
times. Educ. : Stonyhurst Coll. Publica- 
tion : The Secret of Plato's Atlantis, 1885. 
Property : about 500 acres sold since the 
last "Domesday" Survey. Cornish pro- 
perty sold, with reservation of Manors of 
Lanherne, Treloy, Tresithney, and Bossuen. 
A picture gallery; but several valuable 
pictures sold, and gone out of the country, 
since passing of Finance Act of 1894 : 
mediaeval deeds and MSS. ; the old castle 
a ruin. Recreations : shooting, hunting. 
Heir : b. Hon. and Rev. Everard Aloysius 
Gonzaga, b. 1834. Address : Wardour 
Castle, Tisbury, Wiltshire. Club : Athen- 
seum. [Died 26 Oct. 1906. 

ARUNDELL of Wardour, 13th Baron (cr. 1605), 
Rev. Everard Aloysius Gonzaga Arundell ; 
b. 6 Sept. 1834 ; S.f. 1906. Educ. : London 
University; ordained Ch. of Rome, 1862. 
Heir : c. Edgar Clifford Arundell, b. 1859. 
[Died 11 July 1907. 

ASCROFT, Robert, M.P. (C.) Oldham, from 
1895 ; solicitor ; b. 1847 ; m. Wilhelmina, d. 
of late G. Barlow. Educ. : Royal Grammar 
School, Lancaster. Admitted solicitor, 1869 ; 
member of firm of R. and J. Ascroft and Maw ; 
settled numerous trade disputes in Lanca- 
shire, and taken an active part in commercial 
and labour questions ; president of Olanam 
Law Association, and J.P. for the borough 
Recreations : shooting, fishing, cycling, and 
photography. Address : Sonnenberg, East 
Croydon. Club : Carltpn^ ^ ^ ^ 

ASHBOURNE, 1st Baron (cr. 1885), Edward 
Gibson, P.C. ; b. 4 Dec. 1837 ; m. Frances 
Maria Adelaide, d. of H. C. Colles, 1868 ; 
four s. four d. Educ. : Trin. Coll. Dublin. 



ASHBROOK 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Irish Barr. 1860 ; Q.C. 1872 ; M.P. Dublin 
Univ., 1875 - 85 ; Attorney - General, Ire- 
land, 1877-80 ; Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 
with a seat in the Cabinet, 1885-86, 1886-92, 
and 1895-1906. Heir : s. Hon. William 
Gibson. Address : 5 Grosvenor Crescent, 
S.W. Clubs: Athenaeum, Carlton ; Kil- 
dare Street, University, Dublin. 

[Died 22 May 1913. 

ASHBROOK, 7th Viscount (cr. 1751), William 
Spencer Flower, Baron of Castle Durrow, 
1773; b. 23 Mar. 1830; S. b. 1882; m. 
Augusta Madeleine Henrietta, d. of George 
Marton of Capernwray, Lancaster, 1861. 
Bduc. : Trin. Coll. Dublin. Owned about 
23,000 acres. Heir : b. Hon. R. T. Flower. 
Address : Castle Durrow, Co. Kilkenny ; 
29 Palmeira Square, Brighton. Club: 
Carlton. [Died 25 Nov. 1906. 

ASHBURNER,Maj. -Gen. George Elliot ; Indian 
Army ; b. 1820 ; m. 1st, d. of John Lindsay 
of Earlston ; 2nd, Mary Jane, o. d. of John 
Terry, Dudley Hill, Bradford. Address : 
Sillwood, St. John's Park, Blackheath, S.E. 
[Died 9 Aug. 1907. 

ASHBURNER, Lionel Robert, C.S.I. ; b. 1827 ; 
*. of William Page Ashburner of Sillwood, 
Tasmania; m. 1873, Emily, e. d. of Col. 
Thomas Trenchard Haggard, R.A. ; one *. 
one d. Educ. : Haileybury College. Bom- 
bay Civil Service, 1848-83 ; Member of Bom- 
bay Government, 1877-83. Recreations : 
was Master of the Deccan Hog Hunt for six 
years. Address: 9A Gloucester Place, 
Portman Square, W. Clubs : East India 
United Service, Garrick, Camera. 

[Died 26 Jan. 1907. 

ASHBURNHAM, Sir Anchitel, 8th Bt. ; cr. 
1661 ; J.P. for Sussex ; b. 8 Feb. 1828 ; S. 
father, Rev. Sir John Ashburnham, 1854 ; 
m. Isabella, e. d. of Captain G. B. Martin, 
R.N., 7 June 1859. Heir : Anchitel Piers, 
b. 1861. Address : Broomham, Hastings. 

[Died 2 Dec. 1899. 

ASHBURNHAM, 5th Earl of (cr. 1730), Ber- 
tram Ashburnham. Baron of Ashburnham, 
1689; Viscount St. Asaph, 1730; J.P., 
D.L. ; b. 28 Oct. 1840 ; S. father 1878 ; m. 
1888, Emily (d. 1900), d. of R. Chaplin ; one 
d. Educ. : Westminster School. Chair- 
man British Home Rule Association, 1886. 
Owned about 24,000 acres. Heir : b. Capt. 
Hon. Thomas Ashburnham, b. 8 Apr. 1855. 
Address : Ashburnham Place, Battle ; 
Barking Hall, Needham Market, Suffolk; 
Pembrey, Carmarthenshire. Clubs : Athen- 
aeum, Travellers'. [Died, 15 Jan. 1913. 

ASHBURNHAM, Hon. John ; bro. and heir- 
pres. to 5th Earl of Ashburnham ; b. 6 Mar. 
1845 (at his death his brother, Capt. Hon. 
Thomas Ashburnham, b. 1855, became heir- 
pres.) ; m. 1907, Maud Mary, e. d. of late 
Charles Royal Dawson of South-East 
Wynaad, Madras. At one time in Diplo- 
matic Service. Address : The Croft, Crow- 
borough. Club : St. James's. 

[Died 12 Apr. 1912. 

ASHBURTON, Louisa, Lady, d. of Rt. Hon. 
James Stewart-Mackenzie ; m. 1858, 2nd 
Baron Ashburton (d. 1864). Owned about 
33,900 acres. Address: Kent House, 
Knightsbridge, S.W. ; Ashburton House, 
Addiscombe Road, Croydon ; Melchet Park, 
Romsey ; Seaforth Lodge, Seaton ; Loch 
Luichart Lodge, Dingwall. 

[Died 2 Feb. 1903. 

ASHBY, Sir James William Murray, R.N. ; 
K.C.B. ; cr. 1902 ; C.B. 1867 ; Magistrate 
for Sussex, Battle Division ; b. 25 Aug. 1822 ; 
*. of Capt. W. R. Ashby, R.N. ; m. 1873, 
Catherine, d. of late F. F. Magenis. Educ. : 
R.N. School, Camberwell. Entered Royal 
Navy, 1839 ; retired, 1878 ; served taking 
of Bomarsund, Kertch, and Sebastopol, 
1854; China, 1859-62: was Secretary to 
26 



Sir George Seymour, Sir James Hope, Sir 
Houston Stewart, Sir Charles Freemantle, 
Sir Rodney Mundy, and Admiral George 
Elliott. Decorated for general service. Ad- 
dress : Little Park, Ninfield, Battle, Sussex. 
Club : Junior Conservative. 

[Died 21 Oct. 1911. 

ASHE, Rear-Admiral Edward Percy, M.V.O. 
1905 ; Rear- Admiral, retired, 1907 ; b. 
1852 ; m. 1900, Susan, d. of late Dr. Daniel 
Gile, Boston, U.S.A. ; Naval Cadet, 1866 ; 
Lieut. 1877 ; Commander, 1891 ; Captain, 
1899 ; served Egyptian War, 1882 (Egyptian 
medal, Khedive's bronze star) ; South 
African War, 1903 (medal). Address: 
Longwood, Camberley, Sutrey. 

[Died 5 July 1914. 

ASHER, Alexander, M.P. (R.) Elgin Burghs 
from 1881 ; Dean of Faculty of Advocates 
from 1895 ; Q.C. 1881 ; b. 1835 ; m. Caroline, 
d. of Rev. C. H. Gregan Craufurd, 1870. 
Educ. : King's Coll. Aberdeen ; Edinburgh 
University. Scotch Bar, 1861 ; Solicitor- 
General for Scotland, 1881-85, 1886, 1892-94 ; 
Hon. LL.D. of Edinburgh and Aberdeen 
Universities, D.L. of Edinburgh. Address : 
31 Heriot Row, Edinburgh. Clubs : Brooks's, 
Reform. [Died 5 Aug. 1905. 

ASHLEY, Rt. Hon. (Anthony) Evelyn Mel- 
bourne, P.C. ; J.P. for Dorset, Hants, and 
County Sligo ; Official Verderer of the New 
Forest ; b. 24 July 1836 ; 4th *. of 7th Earl 
of Shaftesbury and Lady Emily Cowper, e. d. 
of 5th Earl Cowper ; m. 1st, Sybella, d. of 
Sir W. Farquhar, Bt., 1866 ; 2nd, Alice, d. 
of 3rd Earl of Enniskillen, 1891 ; two s. one 
d. Educ. : Harrow ; Trinity Coll. Camb. 
(M.A. 1858). Priv. Secy, to Lord Palmerston, 
1858-65; Barr. Oxford Circuit, 1865-74; 
Parliamentary Secretary to Board of Trade, 
1880-82; Under-Secretary of State for 
Colonies, 1882-85 ; M.P. Poole, 1874-80 ; 
Isle of Wight, 1880-85 ; Eccles. and Church 
Estates Commissioner, 1880-85. Publication : 
Life of Lord Palmerston. Owned about 
12,000 acres. Heir : s. Wilfred. Recreation : 
shooting. Address : 13 Cadogan Square, 
S.W. ; Broadlands, Romsey, Hants ; Classy- 
bawn, Sligo. Clubs : Brooks's, Athenaeum, 
Wellington. [Died 16 Nov. 1907. 

ASHMAN, Sir Herbert, 1st Bart., cr. 1907 ; 
Kt., cr. 1899; Mayor of Bristol, 189899, 
and 1st Lord Mayor of Bristol, 1899-1900 ; 
J.P. ; publicly knighted by Queen Victoria 
on occasion of visit to Bristol, 15 Nov. 1899 ; 
b. 1854 ; s. of Thomas N. Ashman ; m. 1874, 
Lizzie, d. of Frederick George Lorenzen ; one 
s. two d. Heir : o. s. Frederick Herbert 
[b. 16 Jan. 1875 ; m. 1898, Alice Ethel, d. of 
William Ansell Todd, J.P., of Portishead, 
Somersetshire. Address : Thirlmere, Mine- 
head, Somerset]. Address : Cook's Folly, 
Stoke Bishop, Bristol. Clubs : Royal 
Automobile ; Phyllis Court, Henley-on- 
Thames. [Died 26 Sept. 1914. 

ASHMORE, Sir Alexander Murray, K.C.M.G., 
cr. 1905 ; C.M.G. 1900 ; Lt.-Gov. and 
Colonial Sec. Ceylon from 1904 ; b. 26 Feb. 
1855 ; *. of late C. T. Ashmore ; m. 1897, 
Dorothy Emily Augusta, y. d. of late 
Charles J. K. Shaw ; two d. Ceylon Civil 
Service, 1876-93 ; Acting Col. Sec. Gold 
Coast, 1894 ; Receiver- General Cyprus, 
1895-1900; Commissioner to inquire and 
report on Transvaal Concessions, 1900 ; 
acted as Governor British Guiana, 1901 ; 
Government Sec. Brit. Guiana, 1901. Ad- 
dress : Colombo, Ceylon. 

[Died 7 Dec. 1906. 

ASKEW-ROBERTSON, Watson; J.P. and 
D.L. Northumberland and Berwickshire ; 
b. 1834 ; o. s. of Capt. C. C. Askew, R.N., and 
Sarah, d. of P. Dickson, Whitecross, Berwick- 
shire ; m. 1856, Sarah, e. d. of David Robert- 
son of Ladykirk, afterwards cr. Baron 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Marjoribanks of Ladykirk ; four s. two d. 
Educ. : Eton ; Christ Church, Oxford. S. 
uncle, R. C. Askew, to the Pallinsburn 
estates, 1851 ; High Sheriff, Northumberland, 

" 1863-64 ; Master of the Northumberland and 
Berwickshire Foxhounds, 1869 ; contested 
Berwick-on-Tweed Division in Conservative 
interest, 1892; assumed by royal license 
additional name and arms of Robertson of 
Ladykirk on his wife succeeding to the Lady- 
kirk' estates on the death of her mother, 
Lady Marjoribanks of Ladykirk, 1890; 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions for Northum- 
berland, 1895-1905 ; County Alderman, 
1889. Address : Pallinsburn, Cornhill, Nor- 
thumberland ; Ladykirk, Berwickshire. Clubs: 
Carlton ; New, Edinburgh. 

[Died 20 Nov. 1907. 

ASKWITH, Yen. William Henry ; Archdeacon 
of Taunton from 1903 ; Vicar of St. Mary 
Magdalene, Taunton, from 1887 ; b. 17 
Sept. 1843 ; s. of late R. Askwith, M.D., of 
Cheltenham ; m. 1870, Elizabeth, d. of late 
Hudleston Stokes, of Bath, E.I.C.S. Educ. : 
Cheltenham Coll., Trinity Coll., Cambridge. 
B.A. Sen. Op. and Class. Tri. 1867 ; M.A. 

1875. Ordained, 1867 ; Curate of Tid- 
combe, 1867-74 ; New Radford, Notts, 1874- 
1876 ; Vicar of Christ Church, Derby, 1876-87 ; 
Rural Dean of Taunton, 1889-1903 ; Preb- 
endary of Barton St. DaVid in Wells 
Cathedral, 1891. Address: The Vicarage, 
Taunton. [Died 9 Apr. 1911. 

ASSHETON, Ralph ; b. 20 Dec. 1830 ; s. of 
William Assheton and Frances Annabella, d. 
of Hon. William Cockayne of Rushton Hall, 
Co. Northampton ; m. Emily Augusta, d. of 
Joseph Feilden, Witton Park, Blackburn. 
Educ. : Eton ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Junior 
Optime in Mathematical Tripos ; A.B. 1852 ; 
A.M. 1866. Formerly in " The Duke's 
Own," or 1st Royal Lancashire Militia, as 
Captain ; M.P. borough of Clitheroe, 1868- 
1880 ; was an acting Justice for Lancashire 
from 1854, and for West Riding Co. York 
from 1856 ; at one time Alderman for the 
County of Lancaster. Address : Downham 
Hall, Clitheroe. Club : United University. 
[Died 22 June 1907. 

ASSHETON-SMITH, Sir Charles Garden, 1st 
Bt., cr. 1911 ; J.P., D.L., Carnarvonshire 
and Anglesey ; Alderman for Carnarvonshire ; 
2nd s. of late Robert George Duff and Mary, 
d. of W. B. Astley ; b. 16 April 1851 ; m. 1st, 

1876, Hon. Maud Frances Vivian (d. 1893), 
2nd d. of 2nd Lord Vivian, one s. ; 2nd, 1894, 
Mary Elizabeth, d. of Algernon Thomas 
Brinsley Sheridan of Frampton Court, 
Dorset, q.v. ; 3rd, 1902, Sybil Mary, d. of late 
Col. Henry William Verschoyle. Assumed 
name Assheton-Smith in lieu of Duff, 1905. 
S. b. 1904. High Sheriff, Carnarvonshire, 
1908. Heir: s. Robert (Robin) George 
Vivian Duff [late Lieut. 2nd Life Guards, b. 
14 Nov. 1876 ; m. 1903, Lady (Gladys Mary) 
Juliet Lowther, o. d. of 4th Earl of Lonsdale, 
one s. one d.]. Address : Vaynol Park, 
Bangor. [Died 24 Sept. 1914. 

ASSHETON-SMITH, George W. Duff, J.P., 
D.L. ; s. of R. G. Duff of Wellington Lodge, 
Isle of Wight ; m. 1888, Louisa Alice Stan- 
hope-Jones. Educ. : Christ Church, Oxford. 
High Sheriff of Anglesey, 1872, and of Car- 
narvonshire, 1878 ; S. great-aunt, Mrs. 
Assheton-Smith of Vaynol, whose name he 
assumed. Recreations : shooting, yachting, 
fishina, etc. Owned Dinorwic Slate Quarries. 
Address : Vaynol Park, Bangor, Carnarvon- 
shire. Clubs : Carlton, Travellers', Union. 
[Died 22 Nov. 1904, 

ASTELL, Major-General Charles Edward, J.P 
for Dorset ; landowner ; s. of W. Astell. 
Chairman, East India Co., Member for 
county of Beds, and Sarah, d. of John 
Harvey, Ickuell, Bury, Beds, and Finingly 



ATHAWES 

Park, Yorks ; m. Harriette, d. of Francis 
Spaight, Derry Castle, Co. Tipperary. Educ.: 
Minden, Rottendean, Wyke House. Entered 
the 15th Regiment at Galway, 1837 ; A.D.C. 
to Sir Colin Campbell at Ceylon ; A.D.C. to 
Lord Hardinge in India; Staff Officer; 
served one year in Canada in 15th Regiment. 
Recreations : hunting in the Vale of Black- 
mere ; fishing in Norway ; shooting in Scot- 
land. Address : West Lodge, Dorchester, 
Dorset. [Died 26 Feb. 1901. 

ASTLEY, Bertram Frankland Frankland- 
Russell-, J.P., D.L. ; b. 1857 ; e. s. of late 
Lieut.-Colonel Francis L'Estrange Astley 
and Rosalind Alicia, 5th d. of Sir R. Frank- 
land-Russell, 7th Bart. ; m. 1887, Lady 
Florence Conyngham, y. d. of 3rd Marquess 
Conyngham. Educ. : Eton, Lieut. Rifle 
Brigade (retired) ; Lord of Manors of Great 
and Little Kimble and Ellesborough. Ad- 
dress : 21 Eaton Place, S.W. ; Chequers 
Court, Tring. Club : Marlborough. 

[Died 11 Feb. 1904. 

ASTLEY, Henry Jacob Delaval Frankland- 
Russell-, 6. 3 March 1888; o. s. of the 
late Bertram Frankland Frankland-Russell- 
Astley, and Lady Florence Conyngham, y. d. 
of 3rd Marquis Conyngham (she m. (2nd) 
1905, Capt. Hon. Claude Heathcote-Drum- 
mond-Willoughby). Patron of 1 living. 

[Died 21 Sept. 1912. 

ASTON, Theodore, K.C. ; Bencher of Lincoln's 
Inn ; M.A. Camb. Address : Sondes Place, 
Dorking. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 24 Oct. 1910. 

ASTON, William George, C.M.G. 1889 ; b. near 
Londonderry, 1841 ; m. 1871, Janet, d. of 
late R. Smith, Belfast. Educ. : Queen's 
Coll. Belfast ; gold medallist in Classics, and 
honours in Modern Languages, with B.A. and 
M.A., Hon. D.Lit. of Q.U.I. Appointed a 
student interpreter in Japan, 1864 ; inter- 
preter and translator to Legation at Yedo, 
1870; assistant Japanese Secretary, Yedo, 
1875 82 ; acting Consul, Hiogo, 1880-83 ; 
Consul- General for Corea, 1884 ; Japanese 
Secretary, Tokio, 1886 ; retired on pension, 
1889. Publications : A Grammar of the 
Japanese Spoken Language, which ran 
through several editions ; A Grammar of the 
Japanese Written Language ; A Translation 
of the Nihongi or Annals of Ancient Japan ; 
various papers for learned societies ; History 
of Japanese Literature ; Shinto. Address : 
The Bluff, Beer, East Devon. 

[Died 22 Nov. 1911. 

ASTOR, John Jacob ; b. Rhinebeck, N.Y., 13 
July 1864 ; s. of William, and g.g.s. of John 
Jacob Astor ; m. 1st, 1891, Ava, d. of 
Edward Shippen Willing of Philadelphia; 
one s. one d. ; 2nd, 1911, Miss Force. Educ.: 
St Paul's School, Concord; Harvard. 
Travelled abroad, 1888-91; after that 
managed family estates ; built, 1897, 
Astoria Hotel, New York, adjoining Waldorf 
Hotel, which was built by Wm. Waldorf 
Astor, his cousin, the two now forming one 
building under name of Waldorf-Astoria 
Hotel ; built Hotel St. Regis, 1905 ; Knicker : 
bocker, 1906 ; was Col. staff of Gov. Levi 
P Morton ; commissioned Lieut.-ool. u.o. 
Vols 1898 ; presented to the Govt. a 
mountain battery for use in war against 
Spain; served Spanish-American War, 
1898 invented a bicycle brake and a 
pneumatic road improver. P^ M ^ catwn ' : 
A Journey in other Worlds, 1894, etc. Ad- 
dress 840 Fifth Avenue, New York ; Fern- 
cliff, Rhinebeck, New "' 



ATHAWES, Edward James, M.A., J.P. , 

Stipendiary Magistrate for Chatham and 
Sheer-ness from 1877 ; b. Loughton, Bucks ; 
surv s. of Rev. John Athawes, Rector of 
Loughton ; m. 1869, Helena Turnell, 4th d. 



ATKINSON 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



of Robert Spofforth of Howden, Yorks. 
Educ. : Winchester ; Trin. Coll. Camb. 
(M.A.). Barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1860. Ad- 
dress : Nevill House, Chatham. Club : 
Junior Carlton. [Died 11 Nov. 1902. 

ATKINSON, Rev. Edward, M.A., D.D. ; 
Master of Clare Coll. Camb. from 1856 ; 
widower. Senior Optime and 3rd Classic, 
1842 ; at one time Fellow and Tutor of 
Clare Coll. ; ordained, 1844 ; Vice-Chan- 
cellor, 1862-63; 1868-70, and 1876-78. 
Address : Clare College, Cambridge. 

(Died I March 1915. 

ATKINSON, Henry John Farmer-, F.S.A., 
J.P., D.L. ; b. 1828 ; 2nd s. of George 
Atkinson of Hull ; m. 1st, 1854, Elizabeth, 
e. d. of Thomas Holmes ; 2nd, 1869, Eliza- 
beth, d. of late Thomas Farmer of Gunners- 
bury House, Middlesex. Mayor of Hull, 
1864-65, 1865-66, and Hastings ; was first 
president and founder of the Chamber of 
Shipping of the United Kingdom ; M.P. 
N. Lincolnshire, 1885; Boston, 1886-92; 
assumed surname of Farmer-Atkinson, 1891. 
Address : Woodcote Place, nr. Epsom, 
Surrey. Club: Carlton. 

[Died 3 March 1913. 

ATKINSON, Rev. J. Augustus, M.A., D.C.L., 
Hon. Canon of Manchester from 1884 ; m. 
1885, Hon. Charlotte Adelaide Chetwynd, 
d. of 6th Viscount Chetwynd ; two s. one d. 
Educ. : Eton ; Exeter College, Oxford (1st 
class Mods. ; 3rd class Lit. Hum.). Or- 
dained, 1854; Rector of Longsight St. 
John, 1861-87 ; Rural Dean of Ardwick, 
1880-87 ; Vicar and Rural Dean of Bolton, 
1887-96 ; Vicar of Gedney, 1896-1900 ; Vicar 
of St. Michael's, Coventry, 1900-7. Publica- 
tion : Memoir of Canon Slade, 1893. Ad- 
dress : Springville, High Street, Chorlton 
on Medlock, Manchester. 

[Died 18 Nov. 1911. 

ATLAY, James Beresford, Barrister-at-Law ; 
writer ; 6. The Vicarage, Leeds, 19 Sept. 
1860 ; e. s. of late Rt. Rev. James Atlay, 
Bishop of Hereford. Educ. : Wellington 
College (head of School and Queen's Medal- 
list) ; Oriel College, Oxford (scholar) ; 2nd 
in Mods. 1881 ; 1st in History, 1883 ; B.A. 
1883 ; M.A. 1889. Called to Bar, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1887 ; Oxford Circuit and Ecclesiastical 
Courts ; Registrar of the Diocese of Hereford, 
1888-1910 ; F.S.A. 1900 ; Special Commis- 
sioner of Income Tax, 1910. Publications : 
The Trial of Lord Cochrane before Lord 
Ellenborough, 1897 ; Famous Trials of the 
19th Century, 1899 ; Annotated Edition of 
the Ingoldsby Legends, 1903 ; Henry Acland, 
a Memoir, 1903 ; The Victorian Chancellors, 
vol. i. 1906, vol. ii. 1908 ; Lord Haliburton, 
1909 ; The Staunten case in Notable English 
Trials, 1911 ; Life of Bishop Ernest Wilber- 
force, 1912 ; Editor of Hall's International 
Law, 5th edition, 1904 ; 6th edition, 1909 ; 
Wheaton's International Law, 4th English 
edition, 1905. Recreations : none. Ad- 
dress : 49 Wellington Street, Strand, W.C. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Garrick, New Univer- 
sity. [Died 22 Nov. 1912. 

ATTFIELD, John, M.A., Ph.D. Univ. Tub., 
F.R.S., F.I.C. ; b. nr. Barnet, Herts, 1835 ; 
s. of John and Ann Attfield ; m. Martha, d. 
of Samuel Harvey, 1865 ; two d. Educ. : 
Barnet. Entered Pharmaceutical Society 
1850, 1st prizeman in all subjects 1853-54 ; 
Demonstrator of Chemistry, St. Barthol. 
Hospital, 1854-62 ; Professor of Practical 
Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Society, 1862-96. 
One of the originators of the British Pharma- 
ceutical Conference (object : original scien- 
tific researches on drugs), 1863 ; its Senior 
Sec., 1863-80 ; its Pres., 1882-83 and 1883- 
1884. Pres. Herts Nat. Hist. Soc., 1885-86 
and 1886-87 ; Hon. Mem. of 23 Socs. and 
Colls, of Pharmacy in Europe and America ; 
28 



Mem. of Council of the Chemical Society, 
1874-78 ; one of the founders and for 9 years 
Mem. of Council of the Institute of Chemistry; 
retired 1901. Publications : two lectures on 
The Relation of the British Pharmacopceia 
to Research, 1864 ; An Improved Chemical 
Nomenclature for British and other Pharma- 
copoeias, 1871 and 1874. For the General 
Medical Council : one of three Eds. of 
Pharmacopoeia, 1885 ; Ed. of Addendum to 
Pharmacopoeia, 1890 ; Ed. of Pharmaco- 
pceia, 1898 ; Ed. of Indian and Colonial 
Addendum to Pharmacopoeia, 1900 ; Origin- 
ator and Reporter of the Annual Reports on 
Progress of Pharmacy and Adviser on 
Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 1886-1900. Ori- 
ginator of the union of pharmacists with the 
physicians in the compilation of the Pharma- 
copceia (1890). Originator of the conversion 
of the hitherto nationally compiled Pharma- 
copoeia into an imperially compiled Pharma- 
copceia, organising this imperialisation him- 
self for 7 years (1886-93), then for 7 years 
(1893-1900) under the Medical Council. 
The Medical Council voted him (1900) special 
thanks for long-continued editorial services. 
Author of Chemistry : General, Medical, and 
Pharmaceutical, 1st edit. 1867, 18th and 
19th edit, (with Dr. Dobbin) 1903 and 1906 ; 
Water and Water-Supplies, 3 edits. ; 70 
Papers and Notes. Recreations : moun- 
taineering ; President or Vice-President of 
Cricket, Football, Cycling, and Swimming 
Clubs. Address : Ashlands, Watford, Herts. 
[Died 18 March 1911. 

ATTHILL, Lombe, M.D. ; ex-President Royal 
Academy of Medicine, Ireland; b. 3 Dec. 
1827 ; s. of Rev. W. Atthill, formerly Fellow 
Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. 
Educ. : University of Dublin. Was Master 
of the Rotunda Hospital, Dublin; ex- 
President Royal College of Physicians, 
Dublin, etc. ; retired from practice, 1898. 
Recreations : yachting, cycling. Address : 
Monkstown Castle, Co. Dublin. Clubs : 
University, Royal St. George Yacht. 

[Died 14 Sept. 1910. 

AUDIFFRET-PASQUIER, Due d' (Edme Ar- 
mand Gaston) ; Acade'mie Francaise ; Sena- 
teur ; b. 1823 ; m. 1845, Mdlle. Fonteuillet 
(3 children 1 son, the Marquis d'Audiffret- 
Pasquier, and 2 daughters, the Marquise de 
Tine'court and the Countess of Ne'verle'e). 
Educ. : College Stanislas. The well-known 
politician ; several celebrated discourses 
were pronounced by him, specially when he 
was president of the Assembled Nationale 
and of the Se'nat. Address : Chateau de 
Sassy, by Mortre"e, Orne ; 23 rue Fresnel, 
Paris. Club : Jockey. [Died 4 June 1905. 

AUFRECHT, Prof. Theodor, LL.D. ; Dr. of 
Science, Cambridge ; M.A. ; Prof, of 
Sanskrit, Bonn, from 1875 ; b. Leschnitz, 
Silesia, Jan. 1821. Educ. : Berlin Univer- 
sity. Prof, of Sanskrit and Comparative 
Philology in Edinburgh, 1862-75. Publica- 
tions : Catalogus MSS. Sanskriticorum, 
Oxon. ; Catalogus Catalogorum ; Katalog 
der Sanskrit HSS. in Leipzig, etc. ; Catalog 
der Sanskrit HSS. in der Staatsbibliothek 
Munchen ; De Accentu Compositorum Sans- 
kritorum ; Halayudha's Abhidhanaratna- 
mala ; Hymns of Rig Veda transcribed into 
English Letters ; Aitareya Brahmana ; 
Ujjvaladatta's Commentary on the Unadi- 
sutras ; Umbrische Sprachdenkmaler ; Zeit- 
schrift ; Bliithen aus Hindustan. Address / 
Bonn. [Died May 1907. 

AULD, Maj.-Gen. Robert, C.B. 1902 ; Lieut.- 
Governor Guernsey from 1908 ; b. 1 Oct. 
1848 ; s. of late T. R. Auld of Portland Place, 
London, W. ; m. 1879, Margaret, widow of 
late M. Sullivan, M.P. for Kilkenny, and 
d. of late T. Cormac of Ballybeagh, Co. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1910 



Kilkenny, and g.-g.-d. of Lady Frances 
Kavanagh of Bally-Hale, Co. Kilkenny ; 
one s. Educ. : Cheltenham Coll. Entered 
5th Fusiliers, 1869 ; Captain, 1881 ; Lieut.- 
Col., 1889 ; Brevet-Col., 1894 ; passed Staff 
College; A.D.C. to Governor of Malta, 
1878-81 ; D.A.Q.M.G. Southern District, 
1882-87 ; D.A.A.G. Headquarters, Ireland, 
1889-92 ; Aldershot, Commanding Mounted 
Infantry, 1892-94; A.A.G. N. Western 
District, 1894-97 ; A.A.G. Southern District, 
1897-99 ; Assistant Director-General oi 
Ordnance at Headquarters, 1899 ; Assistant 
Quartermaster- General, Headquarters, 1899 ; 
Deputy Quartermaster - Genera!, Head- 
quarters, 1902 ; Director of Supplies and 
Clothing, Headquarters, 1904-5 ; com- 
manded Infantry Brigade, Gibraltar, 1905-8. 
Recreations : hunting, shooting, fishing, 
polo, cricket, golf, etc., etc. Address : 
Saumarez Park, Guernsey. Club : United 
Service. [Died 17 Feb. 1911 

AUSTEN-LEIGH, Charles Edward; b. 1833 
2nd s. of Rev. James Edward Austen of 
Tring. Educ. : Harrow ; Balliol Coll 
Oxford. Principal Clerk of Committees, 
House of Commons, 1892-97. Recreations : 
shooting, fishing, stalking, golf. Address : 
Frog Firle, Berwick Station. Sussex. Club : 
Oriental. [Died 28 Jan. 1905. 

AUSTIN, Alfred, Poet Laureate from 1896; 
b. Headingley, Leeds, 30 May 1835 ; 2nd s. 
of Joseph Austin, merchant and Magistrate 
of the borough of Leeds, and Mary Locke, 
sister of Joseph Locke, C.E., M.P. for Honiton ; 
m. Hester, d. of T. Homan-Mulock, Bellair, 
King's Co., 1865. Educ. : Stonyhurst ; 
Oscott ; graduated at London University, 
1853. Barr. Inner Temple, 1857 ; attended 
York Assizes and West Riding Sessions for 
three years ; on the death of his father in 
1857 devoted himself to foreign travel and 
literature ; when in England lived in the 
country for four years in Hertfordshire, 
afterwards at Swinford Old Manor, Ashford, 
Kent. Publications : Randolph : a Tale 
of Polish Grief, 1854 ; The Season : a Satire, 
1861 ; his other poetical works, published in 
the following order, are The Golden Age, 
Interludes, Madonna's Child, The Tower of 
Babel, The Human Tragedy, Savonarola, 
Leszko the Bastard, Lyrical Poems, Narrative 
Poems, Prince Lucifer, Fortunatus the 
Pessimist, Alfred the Great, England's 
Darling, The Conversion of Winckelmann 
and other Poems, 1897 ; A Tale of True 
Love, 1902 ; Flodden Field : a Tragedy, 
1903 ; The Door of Humility, 1906 ; Sacred 
and Profane Love, 1908. Among his prose 
works are The Garden that I Love, In 
Veronica's Garden, and Lamia's Winter 
Quarters ; Spring and Autumn in Ireland, 
1900 ; Haunts of Ancient Peace, 1902 ; A 

, Lesson in Harmony, 1904 ; The Bridling 
of Pegasus, 1910; Autobiography, 1911. 

I Recreations : riding, gardening, fishing. 
Address : Swinford Old Manor, Ashford, 

j Kent. Club : Carlton. [Died 2 June 1913. 

AUSTIN, His Honour Judge James Valentine, 

| Judge of County Court Circuit No. 54 from 
1892 ; b. 26 June 1850 ; s. of Rev. J. V. 
Austin, rector of St. Nicholas Olave, City of 

, London ; m. Anna Christina, d. of Rev. P. 

I Lorimer, D.D. ; three s. one d. Educ. : 
Tavistock Grammar School ; Trin. Coll. 

! Oxford, B.A., 1872. Called to Bar, 1876 ; 
went western circuit ; J.P. Somerset and 

! Bristol ; Chairman of the Advisory Trades 

! Committee, West of England Area ; Chair- 

I man of the Radstock District Coal Trade 
Conciliation Board ; one of the panel of 
Chairmen of Courts of Arbitration under the 
Conciliation Act 1896 ; one of the Chairmen 
of the Joint District Board (Somerset) Coal 



AVEBURY 

Mines (Minimum Wage) Act 1912 ; one of 
the panel of Chairmen Railway Conciliation 
Scheme, 1911. Address : 5 Worcester Road, 
Clifton, Bristol. [Died 3 June 1914. 

AUSTIN, Sir John, 1st Bt. ; cr. 1894 ; J.P., 
M.P. (L.) Osgoldcross Division, W.R. Yorks 
from 1886 ; b. 9 March 1824 ; m. 1866, 
Agnes, d. of S. S. Byron of West Ayton, near 
Scarborough ; three *. five d. Heir : s. 
William Michael Byron, J.P. [b. 27 Nov. 1871; 
m. 1896, Violet Irene, d. of Alexander Fraser 
of Westerfield House, near Ipswich.] Ad- 
dress : Carlton Hall, Pontefract. Clubt : 
Hurlingham, Nimrod. Address : Fryston 
Hall, Ferrybridge, Yorks. 

[Died 30 March 1906. 

AVA, Earl of, Archibald James Leofric Temple 
Blackwood ; b. 28 July 1863 ; e.s. of 1st 
Marquess of Dufferin and Ava. Late Lieut. 
17th Lancers. [Died 6 Jan. 1900. 

AVEBURY, 1st Baron, cr. 1900 ; Rt. Hon. Sir 
John Lubbock, 4th Bt., cr. 1806; P.C., 
D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., D.L. ; banker, head 
of Robarts, Lubbock, and Co. ; Commander 
Legion of Honour ; Corresponding Member 
French Academy ; German Ordre pour le 
Me"rite; President, Society Antiquaries, 
Sociological Society, and Royal Microscopical 
Society ; Foreign Secretary, Royal Academy; 
b. London, 30 Apr. 1834 ; e. s. of 3rd Bt. and 
Harriet, d. of Capt. Hotham, York ; m. 1st, 
Ellen, o. c. of Rev. Peter Hordern, Chorlton- 
cum-Hardy, 1856 (d. 1879) ; 2nd, 1884, Alice 
Augusta Laurentia, d. of late Gen. A. A. L. 
Fox-Pitt-Rivers, and Hon. Alice, d. of 2nd 
Baron Stanley of Alderley ; S. father 1865 ; 
five s. four d. Educ. : Eton ; home. M.P. 
Maidstone, 1870-80 ; University of London, 
1880-1900 ; Chairman Public Accounts Com- 
mittee, 1888-89 ; Member of Royal Com- 
missions on the Advancement of Science, on 
Public Schools, on International Coinage, on 
Gold and Silver, on Education ; Chairman of 
Committee which selected designs for Coinage; 
Pres. British Association (Jubilee Year), 
1881 ; President of the Entomological 
Society, Ethnological Society, Linnean 
Society, Anthropological Institute, Ray 
Society, Statistical Society, African Society, 
Society of Antiquaries, Royal Microscopical 
Society ; Vice-President of Royal Society ; 
1st Pres. International Institute of Sociology, 
1894 ; Pres. International Association of 
Prehistoric Archaeology ; Pres. International 
Association of Zoology ; Pres. International 
Library Association ; Hon. Mem. of many 
foreign Scientific Societies ; Vice-Chancellor 
University of London, 1872-80; Principal, 
London Working Men's Coll. ; President, 
London University Extension Society; 
Secretary London Bankers, 25 years ; 1st 
President Institute of Bankers ; President, 
London Chamber of Commerce, 1888-93 ; 
Vice-chairman London County Council, 1889- 
1890 ; Chairman, 1890-92 ; Chairman of the 
London Bankers, and President of the 
Central Association of Bankers. Publica- 
tions : The Use of Life, 171st thousand; 
The Beauties of Nature, 85th thousand ; 
The Pleasures of Life, Part I., 259th thousand ; 
The Pleasures of Life, Part II., 213th thous- 
and, also over fifty foreign editions ; Scien- 
tific Lectures, 4th thousand ; Addresses, 
Political and Educational; Fifty Years of 
Science (British Association, 1881) ; British 
Wild Flowers, Considered in Relation to 
Insects, llth thousand; Flowers, Fruits, 
and Leaves, 9th thousand ; The Origin and 
Metamorphoses of Insects, 8th thousand ;- 
On Seedlings, 2 vols. ; La Vie des PJantes ; 
Ants, Bees, and Wasps, 17th ed. ; On the 
Senses, Instincts, and Intelligence of Animals 
5th ed. ; Chapters in Popular Natural 
History ; Monograph on the Collembola and 
Thysanura ; Prehistoric Times, 6th ed. ; The 



AVEBY 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Con- 
dition of Man, 6th ed. ; On Representation, 
8th ed. ; The Scenery of Switzerland, 4th 
ed. ; Buds and Stipules, 1898 ; The Scenery 
of England, 6th ed., 1902 ; Coins and 
Currency, 1902 ; Essays and Addresses, 
1903 ; Galway Foxhounds ; Captain com- 
manding T. and S. Column Yorkshire 
Mounted Brigade. Heir : s. John Byron 
Eraser, b. 14 July 1897. Address : Lismany, 
Ballinasloe, Ireland ; Fryston Hall, Ferry- 
bridge. Club: Hurlingham. 

[Died 28 May 1913. 

AVERY, Sir William Beilby, 1st Bt., cr. 1905 ; 
2nd s. of late William Henry Avery and 
Maria Richmond Avery, Edgbaston, Bir- 
mingham ; m. 1st, Anna Louisa, 4th d. of 
Francis Bell, London ; one s. ; 2nd, Suzanne 
Irma Mathilde (d. 1907), o. d. of Pierre and 
Madame Crets, Paris ; two d. Educ. : The 
Cedars, Rickmansworth. Senior Partner for 
10 years in W. and T. Avery, Weighing 
Machine Makers'and Engineers, Birmingham ; 
afterwards, on conversion to limited com- 
pany. Chairman and Managing Director ; 
Director of W. and T. Avery, Ltd. Birming- 
ham ; Darracq Serpollet Omnibus Co., Ltd., 
London and Paris; A. Darracq and Co., 
Ltd.,; Commonwealth Oil Corporation, Ltd 
United Rhodesia Gold Fields Co., Ltd, 
Heir : s. William Eric Thomas, b. 16 Mar. 
1890. Recreations : shooting, boating, 
motoring. Address : Oakley Court, Windsor. 
Clubs : Constitutional, Union, Hurlingham ; 
Conservative, Birmingham. 

[Died 28 Oct. 1908. 

AVONMORE, 6th Viscount (cr. 1800), Algernon 
William Yelverton ; Baron Yelverton of 
Ayonmore, Co. Cork, 1795 [the 1st 
Viscount was Attorney-General of Ireland 
and Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer] ; 
b. 19 Nov. 1866 ; s. of 4th Viscount and Emily 
Marianne, y. d of Major-General Sir C. Ash- 
worth, K.C.B. ; S. b. 1885 ; m. 1890, Mabel 
Sara, d. of George Evans of Gortmerron, 
Tyrone ; one d. Heir : none. Address : 
Hazle Rock, Westport, Co. Mayo. 

[Died 3 Sept. 1910. 

AWDRY, Rev. Charles Hill, M.A., Rector of 
West Kington from 1896 ; Hon. Canon of 
Bristol, 1887. Educ. : Queen's College, 
Oxford. Vicar of Seagry, Wilts, 1854-78 ; 
Diocesan Inspector, 1885-87 ; Chaplain 
Hartham Chapel, Wilts, 1888-95. Address : 
West Kington Rectory, Chippenham 

[Died 10 Feb. 1910. 

AWDRY, Rt. Rev. William; D.D. Oxford; 
D.C.L. Durham ; b. 24 Jan. 1842 ; s. of Sir 
John Wither Awdry and Frances Ellen, d. 
of late Rt. Rev. Thomas Carr, 1st Bishop of 
Bombay ; m. Frances Emily, d. of late Rt. 
Rev. George Moberly, Bishop of Salisbury, 
1868 ; no c. Educ. : Winchester ; Balliol 
College, Oxford (1st class Lit. Hum. 1865). 
Ordained 1865 ; Fellow and Lecturer of 
Queen's College, Oxford, 1866-68; Second 
Master of Winchester College, 1868-72 ; 
Headmaster of St. John's College, Hurst- 
pierpoint, 1873-79 ; Canon Residentiary 
of Chichester and Principal of Chichester 
Theological College, 1879-86; Wiceamical 
Prebendary of Chichester, 1877 - 1902 
Fellow of Lancing College, 1873-96 ; Vicar 
of Amport, Hants, 1886-96 ; Rural Dean of 
Andover, 1892-96 ; Bishop of Southampton 
1895-96; of Osaka, 1896-98; Bishop of 
South Tokyo, 1898-1908. Recreations : rowed 
in Oxford Eight, 1863, 1864. Address : St. 
Thomas Street, Winchester. 

[Died 4 Jan. 1910. 

AXON, William Edward Armytage ; journalist 
and author ; b. Manchester, 13 Jan. 1846 ; 
m. 1st, Jane, d. of John Woods of Ashton- 
under-Lyne ; 2nd, Setta (d. 1910),* d. of 
Jakob Liift, of Seligenstadt, Hesse ; one *. 
30 



two d. Deputy Chief Librarian of the 
Manchester Free Libraries (retired) ; joined 
literary staff of " Manchester Guardian," 
1874; retired, 1905 ; contributed to Encyclo- 
pedia Britannica, Dictionary of National 
Biography, etc. ; took an active interest in 
education, temperance, and food reform ; 
contributor to archaeological transactions, 
periodicals, and international congresses ; 
Hon. LL.D. Wilberforce University, 1899 ; 
admitted to the Gorsedd with the bardic 
name of Manceinion, 1906 ; President of the 
Vegetarian Society, 1911. Publications : 
Cobden as a Citizen, 1907 ; Lancashire 
Gleanings, 1883 ; Cheshire Gleanings, 1884, 
Annals of Manchester, 1885 ; Bygone Sussex, 
1897 ; Echoes of Old Lancashire, 1899 ; The 
Ancoats Skylark (verse), 1894 ; Verses, 
original and translated, 6th edition, 1910 ; 
edited reprint of Caxton's Game of the 
Chesse, 1883 ; and on the death of Mr. J. E. 
Bailey completed his edition of the Collected 
Sermons of Thomas Fuller, 1891. Address : 
Fairneld, Victoria Park, Manchester. Club : 
Literary, Manchester. 

[Died 27 Dec. 1913. 

AYERS, Hon. Sir Henry, G.C.M.G. ; 6. 1821. 
Went to Australia, 1840; Member of the 
Legislative Council, 1857 ; Member for Ade- 
laide for thirty - six years ; seven times 
Premier ; twelve years President of the Legis- 
lative Council. Address: Adelaide, South 
Australia. [Died 11 June 1897. 

AYERST, Rev, William, M.A. ; b. Germany. 
16 Mar. 1830 ; s. of Rev. William Ayerst, 
M.A. ; m. Ellen Sarah Hough (d. 1901), d. of 
late Dr. Drawbridge, J.P. Educ. : King's 
College, London ; Caius Coll. Camb. ; 
Hulsean University Prizeman; Norrisian 
University Prizeman. Bengal Chaplain, 1861 ; 
Senior Chaplain with the Kyber Field Force 
in 2nd Afghan Campaign, 1879-81 ; Afghan 
Medal ; Principal of Ayerst Hall, Cambridge, 
to 1899. Publications : Christianity of Lan- 
guage ; The Pentateuch its Own Witness ; 
The See of Natal. Recreations: music. 
Address : Lynton, Neasden, N.W. Club : 
National. [Died 6 Apr. 1904. 

AYLMER, 7th Baron (cr. 1718), Sir Udolphus 
Aylmer, Bt. 1662 [1st Baron was a dis- 
tinguished naval officer in reign of James II.] ; 
b. 10 June 1814 ; S. cousin 1858 ; m. Mary, 
d. of Edward Journeaux, 1841. Owned 
about 16,000 acres. Heir : s. Hon. Matthew 
Aylmer, b, 1842. Address : Melbourne, 
Canada. [Died 29 Nov. 1901. 

AYNSLEY, Charles Murray, J.P., C.B., K.L.H., 
K. Medjidie ; Vice-Admiral on Retired List ; 
b. 21 Sept. 1821 ; e. s. of late J. Murray 
Aynsley and Emma Sara Peach ; m. Augusta 
Campion (d.1893). Educ. : home. Entered 
Navy, 1835 ; served in Mediterranean and 
W. Indies, Brazil, Pacific and E. Indian 
stations, and home, Channel and coast of 
Spain in Carlist War, Baltic, Crimea, E. 
Indies during Mutiny. Decorated for Baltic 
and Crimea. Recreation : country life. 
Address : Hall Court, Botly, Hants. Club : 
United Service. [Died 1 Apr. 1901. 

AYRTON, William Edward, F.R.S., Electrical 
Engineer and Inventor ; b. 1847. Educ. : 
University Coll. London. Entered Indian 
Government Telegraph Service, 1867 ; Pro- 
fessor of Natural Philosophy and Telegraphy, 
Imperial College of Engineering, Japan, 
1873-78 ; Professor of Electrical Engineering 
Central Technical College, South Kensington, 
1884 ; President Mathematics and Physics 
Section Brit. Association, 1888 ; President 
Physical Society, 1891-92; President In- 
stitution Electrical Engineers, 1892 ; Dean 
of Central Technical College, 1904 ; Lecturer 
for Brit. Assoc. at Johannesburg, 1905. 
Publications: Practical Electricity (llth 
edition) and many papers. Address : Central 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Technical College, Exhibition Road, S.W. : 
41 Norfolk Square, W. ; High Mead, Little 
Baddow, Chelmsford. [Died 8 Nov. 1908. 



B 



BABA, Hon. Sir Khem Singh Beda, K.C.I.E., 
cr. 1898 ; C.I.E., 1897 ; Member of Legisla- 
tive Council, Punjab, for two years ; b. 
1830; 14th in direct descent from Sikh 
Guru, the Luther of northern Hinduism. 
Address : Zallar, Punjab. 

[Died 20 May 1905. 

BABER, Edward Cresswell, M.B. Lond., 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. ; Senior Surgeon to the 
Brighton and Sussex Throat and Ear 
Hospital ; s. of late John Baber, M.D., of 
South Kensington ; m. Edith, d. of late 
James Davidson. Educ. : King's College 
School. Lond9n ; St. George's Hospital ; 
Paris and Vienna. Ex - President of the 
Laryngological Society of London; Vice- 
President of the Otological Society, and 
President of the Brighton and Sussex Medico- 
Chirurgical Society ; Hon. Sec. International 
Otological Congress, 1895 ; Hon. Sec. 
General International Otological Congress, 
1899 ; President of the Section of Laryngo- 
logy and Otology, British Medical Associa- 
tion 1899 ; formerly House Surgeon and 
Demonstrator of Anatomy, also Prizeman 
and William Brown Scholar, St. George's 
Hospital ; Resident Medical Officer, Atkin- 
son Morley's Convalescent Hospital, and 
Surgeon to the Royal Ear Hospital, London. 
Publications : Guide to the Examination of 
the Nose ; two papers in the Philosophical 
Transactions of the Royal Society of London 
on the Anatomy of the Thyroid Gland, and 
numerous papers on Diseases of the Ear, 
Nose, and Throat in various medical periodi- 
cals. Address : 62 Brook Street, Grosvenor 
Square, W. ; 36 Brunswick Square, Brighton. 
Club : Royal Societies. [Died 14 May 1910. 

BACH, Guido R., R.I. ; portrait painter and 
painter of Italian village life. 

[Died 10 Sept. 1905. 

BACHE, Miss Constance, pianoforte professor, 
translator, and musical writer ; b. Edgbaston, 
Birmingham; y. c. of late Rev. Samuel 
Bache ; sis. of the two musicians, the late 
Edward and Walter Bache. Studied at 
Munich, and under Messrs. Frits Hartvigson, 
Walter Bache, and others. Prevented by an 
accident from making a career as a public 
player, Miss Bache turned her attention 
chiefly to teaching and musical translation 
and other writing. Publications : translator 
of Liszt's Letters ; Billow's Letters ; Li- 
bretto of Hansel and Gretel ; Songs of Liszt, 
Brahms, Cornelius, and innumerable others ; 
Liszt's Oratorio, St. Elizabeth. Cantatas: 
Schumann, The Rose's Pilgrimage; Max 
Bruch, Gustavus Adolphus, etc. ; writer of 
libretti, etc. ; author of Brother Musicians, 
1901. Address: c/o Schott and Co., 159 
Regent Street, W. [Died 30 June 1903. 

BACKER, William, Dr.Phil. ; Director of 
Rabbinical Seminary (Landes-Rabbiner- 
schule), Budapest, Professor from 1877 ; b. 
Lipto-Szent-Miklos (Hungary), 12 Jan. 1850 ; 
*. of Simon Bacher (Hebraic poet) and 
Dorothea Tedesco ; m. Helene Goldzieher. 
Educ. : Lyceum at Pozsony (Pressburg), 
1863-67; University at Budapest and 
Breslau, graduated at the University of 
Leipsic, 1870 ; Jewish-Theological Seminary 
of Breslau, graduated as rabbi, 1876 ; ap- 
pointed to the Rabbinate of Szeged (Sze- 
gedin), 1876-77. His literary activity (works 
and articles in many periodicals and collec- 
tive works) embraced the History of Persian 
Literature, the History of Hebrew Philology 



BADCOCK 

the History of Biblical Exegesis among the 
Jews, the History of the Jewish Tradition 
and its Terminology, etc. His Opus Magnum 
was Die Agada der Tannaiten ; die Agada 
der palastmensischen Amoraeer ; die Agada 
?I Babylonischen Amoraeer (Strassburg, 
1870-1902 seven volumes). Recreations: 
reading, travelling. Address: vii. Erzse"- 
betkorut 9, Budapest, Hungary 

BACKHOUSE Li^-Co,. 1 ^" g 'gfc 




B. Backhouse, C.B., Bengal Horse Artillery 
m. Georgina Elizabeth, d. of late R W 
Odium of Trim, Co. Meath. Educ. : priv- 
ately. Entered army, 1872 ; Captain, 1880 ; 
Major, 1885 ; Lieut.-Col., 1900 ; served 
Zulu War, 1879 (medal with clasp) ; South 
Africa, 1900-1902 (medal with clasps for 
relief of Kimberley, Paardeberg, Driefontein 
and Transvaal, King's medal, C.B.). Recrea- 
tion : golf. Address : The Citadel, Dover. 
[Died 19 June 1911. 

BACON, John Henry Frederick, M.V.O. 1913 ; 
A.R.A. 1903 ; b. 1865 ; 2nd s. of late John 
Cardanell Bacon ; m. 1894 ; three s four d 
Painted the Coronation of King George V. 
and Queen Mary, 1912. Address : 11 
Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. Club : Arts. 

[Died 24 Jan. 1914. 

BACON, John Mackenzie, M.A., F.R.A.S. ; 
lecturer, scientist, aeronaut ; b. 1846 ; * of 
John Bacon, M.A. ; g.s. of John Bacon, 
R.A. ; m. 1st, Gertrude (d. of Rev. C. J. 
Myers, formerly Fellow of Trin. Coll. Cam- 
bridge, d. 1894) ; 2nd, Stella, y. d. of Captain 
Thomas Valintine of Goodwood. Educ. : 
Trin. Coll. Camb. Foundation scholar; 
segrotat degree. Ordained, 1870 ; inaugur- 
ated and presided over many local institu- 
tions ; took part in three Eclipse Expedi- 
tions of the British Astronomical Association, 
to Vadso, Lapland, 1896, to Buxar, India, 
1898 (in charge), to Wadesboro, N. Carolina, 
1900 (in charge) ; investigated in acoustics, 
meteorology, and kindred subjects, largely 
in connection with ballooning exploits. 
Publications: By Land and Sky; The 
Dominion of the Air, 1902 ; various scien- 
tific and other papers ; also personal experi- 
ences. Recreations : travel, mechanical pur- 
suits, motor-car driving. Address : Cold- 
ash, Newbury. [Died 25 Dec. 1904. 

BADCOCK, General Sir Alexander Robert, 
K.C.B., cr. 1902, C.S.I. ; Member of Council 
of India ; b. Taunton, 11 Jan. 1844 ; 3rd 
s. of late Henry Badcock, J.P. Educ. : 
Elstree ; Harrow. Joined Indian Army, 
1861 ; promoted through successive grades 
to General, 1903 ; field service N.E. Frontier 
of India, Bhutan, 1S64-65 (medal with 
clasp) ; N.W. Frontier of India, Hazara, 
1868 (clasp); Perak, 1875-76 (clasp, des- 
patches) ; Afghanistan, 1878-79-80 ; action 
of the Peiwar Kotal (despatches) ; opera- 
tions at and around Kabul ; march from 
Kabul to relief of Kandahar and battle of 
Kandahar (despatches, medal with 3 clasps, 
bronze star, Brevs. of Maj. and Lieut.-Col.) ; 
Quartermaster-Gen, in India to 1900. 
Decorated for Kabul Campaign, C.B. ; subse- 
quent services, C.S.I. Recreations : fishing. 
Address : 44 Grosvenor Road, S.W. Club : 
United Service. [Died 23 March 1907. 

BADCOCK, Isaac, K.C. ; barrister-at-law ; 
Bencher of the Middle Temple ; J.P. ; b. 
1842 ; 2nd s. of late Henry Badcock of 
Taunton, banker ; m. Rosetta Anne, 2nd d. 
of late Thos. Birkbeck of Settle, banker, 
1872 ; one 8. two d. Educ. : Fordington 
Vicarage, Dorchester ; Trinity Coll. Oxford. 
M.A. Address : 101 St. George's Square, 
W.S. ; 11 New Court, Lincoln's Inn ; 

31 



BADENOCH 

Westhay, Kingston, Somerset. Club : New 
University. [Died 15 Dec. 1906. 

BADENOCH, Rev. George Roy, LL.D. ; Editor, 
Asiatic Quarterly Review; b. 26 March 
1830 ; m. 1855, Christina, o. d. of James 
M'Donald ; two d. Educ. : private and 
public schools ; Glasgow University ; New 
College, Edinburgh. Licentiate of the Free 
Church of Scotland, and the Church of 
Scotland. Publications : Ultramontanism ; 
England's Sympathy with Germany ; numer- 
ous pamphlets and papers on Religious and 
Educational Questions. Recreations : fish- 
ing and bowls. Address : Oriental Institute, 
Woking, Surrey. Club : National. 

[Died 4 Feb. 1912. 

BADEN-POWELL, Baden Henry, C.I.E. ; 
Bengal Civil Service, retired ; b. 1841 ; e. s. 
of late Prof. Baden - Powell, V.P.R.S. of 
Oxford, and Charlotte, d. (d. 1844) of Wm. 
Pope of Hillindene, Middlesex. Educ. : 
St. Paul's School. M.A. Oxon. (conferred 
honoris causa). Bengal Civil Service, 1861- 
1889 ; one of the Judges of the Chief Court 
of the Punjab, 1886-89. Publications : The 
Land Systems of British India ; The Indian 
Village Community; A short Account of 
the Land Revenue of British India. Ad- 
dress : Ferlys Lodge, 29 Banbury Road, 
Oxford. [Died 2 Jan. 1901. 

BADEN - POWELL, Sir George Smyth, 
K.C.M.G., cr. 1888 ; M.A., LL.D., F.R.S.; 
M.P. (C.) Kirkdale Division, Liverpool, from 
1885 ; s. of Professor Baden-Powell, Langton, 
Kent ; m. Frances, o. d. of Charles Wilson, 
Glendowan, Cheltenham, 1893. Educ. : St. 
Paul's, Marlborough ; Balliql, Oxford (Chan- 
cellor's Prize, 1876). Prjvate Secretary 
Governor of Victoria, 1877-78 ; Joint 
Special Commissioner West India Colonies, 
1882-84 ; Assistant (political) Sir C. Warren, 
Bechuanaland, 1884-85 ; Joint Special 
Commissioner Malta Constitution, 1887-88 ; 
British Commissioner Behring Sea, 1891 ; 
British Member Joint Commission, Washing- 
ton, 1892. Publications: New Homes for 
the Old Country ; Absorption of Small 
States by Large; Protection and Bad 
Times ; State Aid and State Interference ; 
The Saving of Ireland, 1898 ; numerous 
articles, reports, etc., on colonial, financial, 
and scientific subjects. Recreations : yacht- 
ing, shooting, big - game shooting, golf, 
cricket. Address : 114 Eaton Square ; 
Yacht " Otaria." Clubs : Athenaeum, Carl- 
ton, Prince's. [Died 20 Nov. 1898. 

BAGGALLAY, Claude, K.C. ; b. London, 
26 Oct. 1853 ; 4th s. of late Rt. Hon. Sir R. 
Baggallay and Marianne, 3rd d. of late H. C. 
Lacy ; m. Mabel Anne, 4th d. of late Sir 
R. H. Wyatt, 1881 ; two s. three d. Educ. : 
Blackheath School, King's Coll. London;- 
Trinity Hall, Camb. (Scholar) ; Honours, 
Law Tripos ; LL.M. Barr. Lincoln's Inn, 
1878 ; Bencher. 1904 ; Q.C. 1897. Recrea- 
tions : various. Address : 20 Elvaston 
Place, S.W. ; Wilderwick, East Grinstead ; 
11 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. ; Palace 
Chambers, 9 Bridge Street, Westminster, 
S.W. Clubs: United University, White- 
hall, Bath. [Died 13 July 1906. 

BAGOT, Colonel Charles Hervey, C.B. 1900; 
b. 18 May 1847 ; m. 1st, Laura (d. 1879), 
e. d. of late G. W. Daniel ; 2nd, 1886, Alice, 
e. d. of -late Robert Law of Newpark, Co. 
Kildare. Entered R.E. as Lieut. 1868 ; 
Capt. 1880 ; Maj. 1887 ; Lieut.-Col. 1894 ; 
Brev.-Col. 1898; Col. 1899; served in 
India, S. Africa, and Canada ; Afghan War, 
1878-79 (despatches) ; Bechuanaland Ex- 
pedition, 1884-85 (despatches) ; Depy. 
Inspr.-Gen. of Fortifications, Headquarters 
of the Army, 1899-1904; retired 1904. 
Address : Brook Cottage, East Grinstead. 
Club : United Service. [Died 7 Nov. 1911. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1^97-1916 



BAGOT, Sir Charles Samuel, Kt., cr. 1903 ; 
b. 29 July 1828 ; s. of C. H. Bagot, of South 
Australia ; m. 1851, Lucy Francesca, d. of 
late E. G. Hornby. Educ. : Trinity Coll. 
Cambridge. Called to Bar, Inner Temple, 
1853 ; Secretary to Lord Justice Selwyn, 
1868-69 ; Secretary to Lord Justice Hather- 
ley, 1870-72 ; Commissioner in Lunacy, 
1877-1903. Address : 66 Victoria Street, 
S.W. ; East Sheen, Surrey. Club : United 
University. [Died 21 July 1906. 

BAGOT, Sir Josceline FitzRoy, 1st Bt., cr. 
1913 (d. before the passing under the Great 
Seal of the Patent of Baronetage) ; J.P., 
D.L. ; M.P. (U.) Kendal Division, Westmor- 
land, from 1910; County Councillor West- 
morland from 1889 ; Parliamentary Private 
Secretary to Financial Secretary to the 
Treasury, 1897 ; to Home Secretary, 1898- 
1899 ; Lieut.-Colonel Westmorland and 
Cumberland Yeomanry ; Patron of two 
livings ; b. 22 Oct. 1854 ; e. s. of Col. Charles 
Bagot, Grenadier Guards ; m. 1885, Theo- 
dosia, d. of Sir John Leslie, 1st Bt., Lady of 
Grace St. John of Jerusalem, Royal Red 
Cross, and S. African Medal ; one s. three d. 
Educ. : Eton. Entered 96th Regiment, 
1873 ; Grenadier Guards, 1875 ; retired as 
Capt. 1886 ; A.D.C. Governors-General of 
Canada, 1882-83, 1888-89 ; served in S. 
African War, 1899-1900 (despatches) ; M.P. 
(C.) South Westmorland, 1892-1906. Heir : 
s. Alan Desmond, b. 1896. Publication : 
Editor George Canning and His Friends. 
Address : Levens Hall, Milnthorpe, West- 
morland. Clubs : Guards', Carlton, Marl- 
borough. [Died 1 March 1913. 

BAGOT-CHESTER, Colonel Heneage Charles, 
J.P., Suffolk ; b. 1836 ; 2nd s. of Lt.-Gen. 
John Bagot-Chester, R.A., and Sophia 
Elizabeth, d. of Charles Stuart of Airdroch 
and Blantyre, N.B. ; m. 1865, Madeline 
Elizabeth Sheriffe, e. d. of late R. M. O. 
Massey of Kinrara, N.B., and Tickford 
Abbey, Bucks. ; two s. Served throughout 
Indian Mutiny, 1857-58 (medal with clasps) ; 
North- West Frontier, India ; contested 
Lowestoft Division of Suffolk, 1885. Ad- 
dress : Zetland House, Maidenhead ; Centre 
Cliff, Southwold, Suffolk. Clubs : Carlton, 
Junior United Service. [Died 9 Aug. 1912. 

BAGSHAWE, Most Rev. Edward Gilpin ; R.C. 
Archbishop of Seleucia from 1904 ; b. 
London, 12 Jan. 1829 ; 3rd s. of Henry 
Ridgard Bagshawe, K.C., County Court 
Judge, and Catherine, e. d. of John Gunning, 
Inspector of Hospitals in the Peninsula and 
at Waterloo. Educ. : London University 
College School ; then for 10 years at St. 
Mary's College, Oscott. B.A. Lond. ; second 
in Matriculation Honours Classics ; first in 
B.A. Honours Classics. Bishop of Notting- 
ham (Roman Catholic), 1874-1901. Publica- 
tions : Notes on Christian Doctrine, a brief 
Manual of Theology ; The Psalms and 
Canticles in English Verse ; Breviary Hymns 
in English Verse ; Doctrinal Hymns. 
Pamphlets : Mercy and Justice to the Poor 
the True Political Economy ; The Monstrous 
Evils of English Rule in Ireland, especially 
since the Union ; Just Principles of Letting 
Land. Address : Gunnersbury House, 
Hounslow. [Died 6 Feb. 1915. 

BAGSHAWE, His Honour Judge; William 
Henry Gunning, Q,C., J.P. ; Judge of 
Cambridgeshire, etc., County Courts from 
1881 ; b. London, 18 Aug. 1825 ; e. s. of 
late Henry Ridgard Bagshawe, Q.C., Judge 
of County Courts ; m. Harriet, d. of Clarkson 
Stanfield, R.A., 1861. Educ. : Univ. Coll. 
School; St. Mary's Coll. Oscott; B.A. 
London, 1843. Barr. Middle Temple, 1848 ; 
Q.C. 1874; Treasurer of Middle Temple 
1894-95. Address : 249 Cromwell Road, 
S.W. [Died 4 Nov. 1901. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BAHAUDDIN KHAN, Resaldar Maj., Sara 
Bahadur, C.I.E. ; A.D.C. to His Excellen 
the Viceroy and Governor-Gen of Ind 
from 1895 ; b. Kabul, Afghanistan, 183 
s. of Moh. Naseem Khan ; m. d. of Am 
Moh. Khan, formerly Military Secretary am 
Treasurer of Ameer of Afghanistan. Educ 
private school, Kabul. Joined 3rd Punja 
Infantry, 1851 ; transferred to 1st Sik 
Cavalry, afterwards called llth Beng 
Lancers, 1857 ; Jemadar, 1859 ; Ressaida 
1869 ; transferred to 1st Regt. Centra 
India Horse, 1884 ; Resaldar and Resald 
Maj., 1884. Decorated for commemoratin 
the Jubilee of Her Majesty, Queen Victori 
1897. Held the following medals : Indi 
1857-58 (medal and clasp) ; China, 186( 
(medal and two clasps) ; North-Wester 
Frontier (medal and two clasps) ; Afghani 
tan, 1878 (medal and four clasps) ; Afgha 
Boundary Commission, 1884 (medal, Robert 
Bronze Star, Order of Merit, 3rd clas 
Order of British India, 1st class). Ownec 
L200 acres of land on the Gogera Branc 
(Punjab). Recreations : shooting, hunting 
riding, tent-pegging, swimming, gymnastic 
Address : Kaisari Bagh, Amritsar, Punjab 
[Died Aug. 1901 

BAHAWALPUR, H.H. Muhammad Bahawa 
Khan Abbasi, Nawab of; b. 23 Oct 1883 
S. father 1899. Invited to Coronation, bu 
unable to go on account of illness. Address 
The Palace, Bahawalpur, Punjab. 

[Died Feb. 1907 

BAILDON, Henry Bellyse, M.A. (Cantab.) 
Ph.D., F.R.S.E., F.R.S.L.; Lecturer on 
English Language and Literature at Univer 
sity College, Dundee, University of St 
Andrews; b. Granton, near Edinburgh 
Educ. : Universities of Edinburgh, Cam 
bridge, and Freiburg. Sometime Lecture 
on English in the Imperial University o 
Vienna, and Additional Examiner in English 
in the University of Glasgow. Publications 
First Fruits and Shed Leaves, 1873 ; Rosa 
mund : a Tragic Drama, 1875 ; Morning 
Clouds, 1877 ; The Spirit of Nature, 1880 
Emerson : Man and Teacher, 1884 ; Intro- 
duction to the Poetical Works of Sir Walter 
Scott, 1890 ; The Rescue, and other Poems 
The Merry Month, and other Prose Pieces 
1893 ; Robert Louis Stevenson, a Life Study 
m Criticism, 1901; The Queen is Dead, 
1901 ; Titus Andronicus, Arden Shake- 
speare, 1904 ; numerous articles in Cham- 
rss Encyclopaedia, Temple Bar, etc. 
Recreations : sculling (won Peterhouse 
Challenge Sculls), tennis, golf. Address 
University College, Dundee. Clubs : Scot- 
tish Arts, Pen and Pencil, Edinburgh ; New 
Dundee. [Died 6 Sept. 1907. 

BAILEY, Frederick Manson, C.M.G 1911- 
f- L - s -; Cotonial Botani st, Queensland! 
from 1881; b. Hackney, 8 Mar. 1827; 
second s. of John Bailey, first Colonial 
Botanist of S. Australia; m. 1856, Anna 
Maria, 2nd d. of Rev. Thomas Waite ; one 
s. (J. F. Bailey, Director of Botanic Gardens, 
Brisbane). Went to S. A. 1839 ; Queens- 
land, 1861. Publications: Handbook to 
erns of Queensland, 1874 ; The Fern-world 
of Australia, 1881 ; Synopsis of Flora of 
Queensland, 1883; Catalogue of Queens- 
v , Woods ; Botany of Bellenden-Ker 
Expedition ; A Half-century of Notes for 
Amateur Fruit- Growers, 1895 ; The Queens- 
land Flora (6 vols.), 1899-1902 ; Weeds and 
i e ted Pois onous Plants of Queensland, 
W6-7 ; Catalogue of Queensland Flora, 
[12, etc Address: Botanic Gardens, 
Brisbane, Queensland. 

HATT T7 V [Died 25 June 1915. 

BAILEY Rev. Henry, D.D. ; b. 12 Feb. 1815 ; 

e. s. of Rev. H. I. Bailey, Vicar of North 

Leverton, Notts. Educ. : Bradford Gram- 



mar School ; 
Wrangler, and 
1839 ; Crosse 



BAILLIE 

St. John's Coll. Camb 
2nd Class Classical Trinos. 



A^ine Vco-tCj^S ; Sct^L^ 
at Cambridge, twice; Hon. Canon of 
Canterbury from 1863; Rector of West 
? a T ng 'T> Su f ex >. 1878-92; Rural Dean, 
i5 ; Proctor in Convocation, 1886-92 
iss 0n D A/'- Augustine's, Canterbury, from 
888. Publications : Rituale Anglo Catholi- 
cum ; Missionary's Daily Text-Book 
Manual of Devotion for Clergy ; Sermons in 
Canterbury Cathedral. Recreations: read- 
ing history and biography. Address : Can- 
erbury. [Died 29 Dec. 1906. 

BAILEY, Sir James, Kt., cr. 1905 ; J.P., D.L. ; 
b. 10 Nov. 1840; s. of William Bailey, 
Kensington House, Mattishall, Norfolk m 
1st, Catharine, d. of John Smith (d. 1892) ;' 
2nd, Lily, d. of late A. Fass, 32 Queen's 
Gate Gardens, S.W. ; three s. three d 
duc.: Dereham Grammar School. M.P. 
(C.) Newmgton, Walworth Division, 1895- 
T *? ^creation: shooting. Address: 
Lofts Hall, Saffron Walden, Essex; 58 
Rutland Gate, S.W. Clubs : Constitutional, 
Carlton, Junior Carlton. 

[Died 12 Oct. 1910. 

BAILEY, Philip James, LL.D. Glas. 1901; 
b. Nottingham, 22 Apr. 1816 ; *. of Thomas 
Bailey, author of Annals of Nottingham- 
shire. Educ. : local schools ; Glasgow 
University. Barr. 1840, Lincoln's Inn 
never practised. Publication : a poem, 
Festus, 1839, which passed in England 
through eleven editions, and in America 
through upwards of thirty. Address : The 
Elms, Ropewalk, Nottingham. 

[Died 6 Sept. 1902. 
BAILEY, Sir William Henry, Kt., cr. 1894; 
J.P. ; F.R.G.S. ; Chairman and Managing 
Director W. H. Bailey and Co., Limited, 
Albion Works, Salford : Director Manchester 
Ship Canal Company ; Governor of the John 
Rylands Library, Manchester ; President, 
Library Association of the United Kingdom, 
1906-7 ; President of the Manchester Arts 
Club and of Manchester Shakespeare Society ; 
b. Salford, 10 May 1838 ; s. of John Bailey, 
Pendleton ; m. 1866, Jane Dearden (d. 1904), 
d. of James Doming of Astley ; four s. one d. 
Educ. : Manchester Grammar School. An 
original promoter of Manchester Ship Canal : 
was Mayor of Salford when Queen Victoria 
opened it in 1894, who knighted him on the 
first ship ; inventor of the perpetual motion 
actuated by the tides for recording the rise 
and fall and work on the sea-coast ; in- 
ventor of autographic instruments, pyro- 
meters, etc. ; lecturer on science, art, and 
literature. Publications : Linnaeus and the 
Reign of Law ; lectures, pamphlets, articles, 
addresses. Recreation : literature. Ad- 
dress : Sale Hall, Cheshire. Clubs : Brase- 
nose, Reform, Manchester. 

[Died 22 Nov. 1913. 

AILLIE, Sir Robert Alexander, 4th Bt. of 

Polkemmet ; cr. 1823 ; 2nd s. of Thomas, 
4th s. of 1st Bt. ; S. b. 1896 ; b. 24 Aug. 
1859 ; m. Isabel, d. of D. E. Wilkie, Ratho- 
byres, Midlothian, 1887 ; two s. Educ. : 
Scotch College, Melbourne; Brasenose 
College, Oxford (B.A. Honour School of 
Jurisprudence, 1882). Major commanding 
Australian Squadron " The King's Colonials" 
Imperial Yeomanry. Heir : s. Gawaine, b. 
1893. Recreations : rowed college eight, 
college four, and in O.U.B.C. trial eights. 
Address: Polkemmet, Whitburn, Linlith- 
gowshire. Clubs Australasian ; Melbourne, 
Melbourne, [Died 16 Oct. 1907. 



BAILLIE 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BAILLIE, Sir Gawaine George Stuart, 5th Bt 

of Polkemmet ; cr. 1823 ; b. 29 May 1893 ; 
s. of 4th Bt. and Isabel, d. of D. E. Wilkie, 
Rathobyres, Midlothian ; S. father, 1907. 
Educ. : Eton. Received commission in 
Royal Scots Greys, 1912. Heir : b. Adrian, 
b. 5 May 1898. Address: Polkemmet, 
Whitburn, Linlithgowshire. 

[Died 7 Sept. 1914. 

BAILY, J. T. Herbert, editor of the Connoisseur ; 
b. Broughty Ferry, Forfar, 8 October 1865 ; 
a. of late James S. Baily of Birmingham, and 
Mrs. Baily, composer of Songs for my 
Children ; m. 1902, Rita, d. of late John S. 
Carroll, and g.-d. of late Sir William Carroll, 
M.D. Chairman, Loan Committee, Decora- 
tive Arts, Franco-British Exhibition, 1908 ; 
Organising Secretary, Coronation Aerial 
Post, 1911 ; Life Governor, Middlesex 
Hospital ; Chairman, British Pottery and 
Glass Annual Exhibition, Stoke-on-Trent ; 
Member of the Anglo-American Peace 
Centenary Committee. Publications : editor 
and chief proprietor of Connoisseur ; Life of 
Emma, Lady Hamilton, 1905 ; Life and 
Works of George Morland, 1906 ; Life and 
Works of Francesco Bartolozzi, 1907 ; 
Napoleon, 1909. Address : I Curzon Street, 
Mayfair, W. Clubs : Devonshire : Richmond. 
[Died 19 Nov. 1914. 

BAIN, Alexander, LL.D. ; TO. 1st, 1855, Francis 
Anne Wilkinson (d. 1892); 2nd, 1893, 
Barbara Forbes. Professor of Logic and 
English Literature, Aberdeen, 1860-80 ; Lord 
Rector, 1881-87. Publications : The Senses 
and the Intellect, 1855, 4th ed. 1894 ; The 
Emotions and the Will, 1859 ; The Study of 
Character (including an estimate of Phreno- 
logy), 1861 ; English Grammar (Higher), 
1863 ; Manual of English Composition and 
Rhetoric, 1866; Mental and Moral Science, 
1868 ; Logic, Deductive and Inductive, 1870 ; 
edited Croom's Aristotle (with G. Croom 
Robertson), 1871 ; First English Grammar, 

1872 ; edited Grote's Minor Works, 1873 ; 
Grote's Fragments on Ethical Subjects, 1876 ; 
Mind and Body (Intern. Scientific Series), 

1873 ; Companion to the Higher Grammar, 
1874 ; Education as a Science (Intern. 
Scientific Series), 1879; James Mill, a 
Biography, 1882; John Stuart Mill, a 
Criticism with Personal Recollections, 1882 ; 
English Composition and Rhetoric, enlarged 
in two parts (Part I. Intellectual Qualities of 
Style, 1887 ; Part II. Emotional Qualities of 
Style, 1888) ; On Teaching English, 1887. 
Address : The University, Aberdeen. 

[Died 18 Sept. 1903. 

BAIN, Sir James, Kt., cr. 1877; b. 1817; 
widower. Lord Provost of Glasgow, 1877 ; 
M.P. (C.) Whitehaven, 1891-92. Address: 
Park Terrace, Glasgow ; Crofthead, Harring- 
ton, Cumberland. Clubs : Carlton, Junior 
Carlton. [Died 25 April 1898. 

BAIN, James Robert, retired Col. 3rd Batt. 
Border Regt. (Cumberland Militia); D.L., 
J.P. Cumberland ; b. 1851 ; *. of late Sir 
James Bain ; TO. 1886, Lily, d. of late Sir 
George Burton, Chief Justice, Ontario. M.P. 
(C.) West or Egremont Div. of Cumberland, 
1900-6. Address : 7 Sloane Court, Chelsea, 
S.W. ; Bolton Hall, Gosforth, Cumberland. 
Clubs : Junior Carlton, Ranelagh. 

[Died 28 Feb. 1913. 

BAIN, Robert Nisbet, Assistant Librarian, 
British Museum, from 1883 ; b. London, 18 
Nov. 1854 ; TO. 1896, Caroline Margaret 
Boswell, e. d. of Charles Cowan, Park Lodge, 
Teddington, 1896. Educ. : privately. In 
business in city till 1883. Publications: 
numerous translations from the Russian, 
Ruthenian, Roumanian, Hungarian, Swedish 
Danish, and Finnish, chiefly fairy tales and 
novels, 1891-94 ; Gustavus III. and his Con- 
34 



temporaries, 1894 ; Hans Christian Andersen : 
a Biography, 1895 ; Charles XII. and the 
Collapse of the Swedish Empire, 1895 ; The 
Pupils of Peter the Great, 1697-1740, 1897 ; 
The Daughter of Peter the Great, a History 
of Russian Diplomacy under the Empress 
Elizabeth Petrovna, 1741-62, 1899 ; Peter 
III., Emperor of Russia, 1762, 1902 ; Tales 
from Gorky, with biography, 1902 ; Tales 
from Jokai, with full biography, 1904 ; 
Scandinavia, the political history of Den- 
mark, Norway, and Sweden, 1513-1900, 
1904 ; The First Romanovs, 1613 to 1725, 
a History of Muscovite Civilisation, and the 
Rise of the Modern Russian State, 1905 ; 
Slavonic Europe, the political history of 
Poland and Russia from 1469 to 1796, 1907. 
Recreations : Canadian canoeing, bicycling. 
Address : 7 Overstrand Mansions, Battersea 
Park, S.W. [Died 10 May 1909. 

BAINBRIDGE, Col. Sir Edmond, K.C.B., cr. 
1903 ; C.B. 1897 ; b. 11 Aug. 1841 ; s. of 
T. D. Bainbridge of Down Hall, Epsom ; m. 
1st, 1866, Louisa, d. of Col. Tulloch of 
Updown, Kent (d. 1877) ; 2nd, Kate, d. of 
John Page, J.P., Essex, 1880. Educ. : 
R.M.A. Woolwich. Joined R.A. 1860 ; Capt. 
1874 ; Bt. Major, 1881 ; Lieut.-Col. 1888 ; 
Col. 1893 ; Inspector of Warlike Stores, 
Portsmouth, 1874 ; in Experimental Branch 
Royal Arsenal, 1876-81 ; Assist.-Secretary 
Ordnance Committee, 1881-82 ; Instructor 
School of Gunnery, 1883-84 ; Secretary 
Ordnance Committee, 1884-88 ; Member of 
Ordnance Committee, 1888-92 ; Superin- 
tendent Royal Laboratory, 1892-99. Chief 
Supt. Ordnance Factories 1899-1903. Re- 
creations : shooting, fishing, golf. Address : 
Normanhurst, Sheringham, Norfolk. Club : 
Army and Navy. [Died 14 March 1911. 

BAINBRIDGE, Emerson, M.I.M.E., J.P. for 
Derbyshire and Ross-shire ; consulting 
mining engineer to colliery proprietor ; 
Director of Sheffield District Railway ; 
Chairman of Mansfield Railway Company, 
etc. ; member of Committee of Sheffield 
Boys' Working Home, of Children's Hospital, 
of Society for Prevention of Cruelty to 
Animals ; b. 5 Dec. 1845 ; 2nd surv. s. of 
late E. M. Bainbridge, Eshott Hall, Northum- 
berland ; TO. 1st, 1874, Eliza (d. 1892), d. of 
G. J. Armstrong, Manchester ; 2nd, 20 July 
1898, Norah Mossom, d. of J. Compton 
Merry weather, 4 Whitehall Court, S.W. ; 
one d. Educ. : privately ; Durham Uni- 
versity. Juror at Inventions Exhibition, 
1883 ; and Brussels Exposition, 1897 ; mem- 
ber of Royal Commission on Coal Dust in 
Mines, 1891 ; founded Shelter for Neglected 
Children in Sheffield ; built Holiday Home 
for Factory Girls at Seaford, and Miners' 
Orphanage at Bolsover, Chesterfield, 1894 ; * 
promoted co-operative village for miners at 
Bolsover, 1893 ; established Start in Life 
Funds at London Polytechnic, 1904, and for 
Salvation Army, 1905, and Out-of-Work 
Shelter for the West London Mission, 1906 ; 
M.P. (L.) Lincolnshire, West Lindsay or 
Gainsborough Div., 1895-1900. Owned 
20,000 acres. Address : 47 Upper Grosvenor 
Street, W. ; Auchnashellach, Ross-shire ; 
Villa Roquebrune, near Mentone, France. 
Clubs : Reform, Bath, Royal Automobile. 
[Died 12 May 1911. 

BAINBRIDGE, Rear-AdmiralJohn Hugh, R.N. 
J.P. for Devon and County Cork ; b. 31 May 
1845 ; e. s. of late J. H. Bainbridge of Frank- 
field, Cork, and Jane Anne, daughter of H. 
Westropp of Richmond, County Limerick ; 
TO. Rose Catherine, d. of late Col. E. Birch 
Reynardson, C.B., Rushington Manor, 
Torton, Hants, 1875. Educ.: private school ; 
Royal Naval College. Recreations : cricket, 
shooting, hunting, yachting. Address : 
Elfordleigh, Plympton, South Devon 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Frankfield, Cork, Ireland. Clubs : United 
Service, Royal Yacht Squadron, Royal 
Western, Wellington. [Died 10 Aug. 1901. 

BAINES, Frederick Ebenezer, C.B. 1885 ; 
Assistant Secretary in Post Office, and 
Inspector-General of Mails (retired) ; b. 
Chipping Barnet, 1832; m. 1887, Laura, 
d. of Walter Baily, M.A., Hampstead. 
Forty years in Post Office ; as Surveyor- 
General of Telegraphs, was concerned in 
planning and carrying out a new system of 
postal telegraphy ; and as Inspector-General 
of Mails in framing and developing the parcel 
post (inland, foreign, and colonial), and in 
accelerating inland mail service. Publica- 
tions : Records of Hampstead, 1890 ; Forty 
Years at the Post Office, 1895 ; On the Track 
of the Mail Coach, 1896. Address : Holly- 
hurst, Tunbridge Wells. {Died 4 July 1911. 

BAIRD, Col. Andrew Wilson, C.S.I., R.E., 
F.R.S., F.R.G.S. ; b. Aberdeen, 26 April 
1842 ; e. s. of late Thomas Baird of Wood- 
lands, Cults ; m. 1872, Margaret Elizabeth, 
d. of late Charles Davidson of Forester Hill, 
Aberdeen ; two *. five d. Educ. : Marischal 
Coll. and Univ. Aberdeen ; Military Coll., 
Addiscombe ; Royal Military Academy, 
Woolwich. Associate of Institute of Civil 
Engineers ; Lieut. Royal Engineers, 1861 ; 
Capt. 1874; Maj. 1881; Lieut.-Col. 1888; 
Col. 1893 ; appointed Special Assistant 
Engineer, Harbour Defences, Bombay, 1864 ; 
Assistant Field Engineer, Abyssinian Ex- 
pedition, 1868 (despatches, medal) ; 
appointed to Great Trigonometrical Survey 
of India, 1868, Master of the Mint, Calcutta, 
1889 ; received thanks of Government of 
India for services at Venice Congress, and 
also on retirement from civil employ. Decor- 
ated for services in Civil Department of 
Government of India. Publications : various 
pamphlets and papers in connection with 
Tidal Observations in India ; Manual of 
Tidal Observations ; Joint Report with 
Prof. G. H. Darwin on Indian Tidal Results ; 
Report on Tidal Disturbances caused by the 
Volcanic Eruption in Krakatoa, etc., etc. 
Recreations : tennis, golf. Address : Palmers' 
Cross, Elgin, N.B. Club : East India United 
Service. [Died 2 Apr. 1908. 

BAIRD, Sir David, 3rd Bt. of Newbyth ; cr. 
1809 ; b. 1832 ; S. father 1852 ; m. Hon. 
Ellen Stuart, d. of 12th Baron Blantyre, 
1864 ; two s. three d. Educ. : Rugby. 
Entered army, 1850 ; served Kaffir War, 
1851 - 52 ; Crimea, 1854 ; Indian Mutiny, 
Maj. 1858. Owned about 3000 acres. Heir : 
8. Captain David Baird, M.V.O. 1909, 42nd 
Royal Highlanders [b. 6 May 1865 ; m. 1901, 
Lilian Gertrude, d. of Maj-Gen. James 
Davidson]. Address: Newbyth, Preston- 
kirk, N.B. ; 41 Berkeley Square. W, Clubs : 
Army and Navy, White's. 

[Died 12 Oct. 1913. 

BAIRD, Sir John Kennedy Erskine, K.C.B. ; 
cr. 1890 ; Admiral R.N. ; retired 1897 ; b. 
1832 ; *. of Sir David Baird, Bt., of New- 
byth ; m. 1905, Constance Barbara, e. d. 
of Edward Clark of Avishays, Chard. Served 
in Baltic during Crimean War ; Commander- 
in-Chief in Pacific, 1884-85; Admiral 
Superintendent Naval Reserves, 1885-88 ; 
commanded Channel Squadron, 1888-90. 
Address : Woodside, Wootton, Isle of 
Wight. Clubs: Army and Navy; Royal 
Yacht Squadron, Cowes. 

[Died 8 Dec. 1908. 

BAKER, Andrew Clement (Arthur Clements), 
Literary editor of The Illustrated Sporting 
and Dramatic News ; b. Heavitree, Devon, 
1842. Educ. : privately at Dr. Hetling's, 
Plymouth, and the Mansion House School 
(Templeton's), Exeter. First wrote (prose 
and verse) in the Liverpool Porcupine, and 
produced dramatic sketches with the Wilsom- 



BAKER 

Montague, Unsworth, and Eugene Company 
Translator of the Vicomte de Calonne's 
political letters to the Hour, and also de- 
scriptive writer and dramatic critic. Re- 
sponsible for foreign news and dramatic 
criticism first year of Daily Chronicle. 
Edited Russo-Turkish war correspondence 
for the Morning Advertiser combination. 
Assistant editor and later literary editor 
Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, of 
which also writer of Captious Critic article 
for a long time. For about twenty years con- 
ducted Moonshine ; initiated simultaneous 
burlesque with Cracked Heads, Dan'l Tra- 
duced, etc. ; wrote in the eighties several 
dramatic trifles, and occasionally wrote 
verse. Recreations : out-of-door sport gener- 
ally; in later years, principally flyfishing. 
Address : 172 Strand, W.C. 

[Died 17 July 1913. 

BAKER, Sir Benjamin, K.C.B., cr. 1902; 
K.C.M.G., cr. 1890 ; LL.D., D.Sc., F.R.S. 
joint-engineer of Forth Bridge ; b. 1840 
Consulting engineer of Nile Reservoir 
(1st Class Medjiclie). Address : 2 Queen's 
Square Place, Queen Anne's Gate, S W 
Bowden Green, Pangbourne, Berks. Club : 
Athenaeum. [Died 19 May 1907. 

BAKER, Sir Edward Norman, K.C.S.I. ; cr. 
1908 ; C.S.I. 1900 ; Lieut.-Governor Bengal, 
1908-11 ; Ordinary Member Council of India 
from 1905 ; b. 23 March 1857 ; s. of late 
Arthur Baker ; m. 1884, Mildred Marion, d. 
of Colonel Salusbury Trevor, R.E. ; two . 
Was Deputy Commissioner, Deputy-Secre- 
tary to Govt. of India (Finance and 
Commerce Dept.), Magistrate, Collector of 
Customs, Calcutta ; and Financial Secretary 
to Government of Bengal ; Member of 
Bengal Legislative Council, 1900-2 ; Financial 
Secretary to Government of India, 1902-5. 
Address : Berkeley Court, Cheltenham 
Clubs : Reform, East India United Service. 
[Died 28 March 1913. 

BAKER, Col. George, C.B. 1887 ; Col. retired ; 
b. 28 May 1840 ; 2nd s. of John Rose Baker, 
Rochester, Kent. Educ. : private school, 
Sandhurst. Joined 67th Regiment, 1857 ; 
Adjutant, 1860 to 1867 ; became Capt. 
1867 : Major, 1880 ; Lieut.-Col. 1882 ; 
Col. 1886 ; served with 67th Regt. in China 
War, 1860 ; at the action of Sinhoo, taking 
of Tonghoo, capture of the Taku forts, and 
surrender of Pekin (medal with two clasps) ; 
Afghan War, 1878-80, present at the action 
of Charasiab, affair of Daoba, and operations 
around Cabul and Sherpur (despatches, 
medal with two clasps) ; with Burmese 
expedition, 1885-6-7, in command of 2nd 
Battalion Hampshire Regt. (despatches, 
medal with clasp, C.B.) ; in command of 
20th Regtl. District, June 1891 to June 
1896 ; retired under age clause, 28 May 1897. 
Decorated for service in the field. Recrea- 
tions : riding, shooting, cricket, golf. Address : 
Manor Farm, Frindsbury, Rochester, Kent. 
Club : Army and Navy. 

[Died 24 Oct. 1910. 

BAKER, Hon. George Barnard, M.A., K.C. ; 
b. 26 Jan. 1834 ; m. 1860, Jane Percival, e. d. 
of late Sheriff Cowan of Cowansville, P.Q. 
Educ. : University, Lennoxville. Called to 
Bar, 1860 ; Solicitor-General, Quebec, 1876- 
1886 ;Q.C., 1880; M.P. 1870-87 and 1891-96; 
Member of Senate from 1906 ; Conservative ; 
Church of Ensland. Address : Sweetsburg, 
Province Quebec. [Died 9 Feb. 1910. 

BAKER, Sir John, Kt. ; cr. 1895 ; M.P. (L.) 
Portsmouth from 1906 ; woollen manu- 
facturer ; b. Portsmouth, 1828 ; m. Louisa (d. 
1899), d. of R. Crispin, Paymaster-in-Chief, 
R.N. Twice mayor of Portsmouth ; elected 
Chairman of Portsmouth School Board at 
formation; held office twenty-one years; 
M.P. (L.) Portsmouth, 1892-1900. Address : 
35 



BAKER 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



North End House, Portsmouth. Club 
National Liberal. [Died 9 Nov. 1909 

BAKER, Hon. Sir Richard Chaffey, K.C.M.G. 
cr. 1895 ; E.G. ; b. 22 June 1842 ; e. s. o 
John Baker of Morialta, South Australia 
m. 1865, Katherine Edith (d. 1908), d. o 
Richard Bowen Colley ; two s. one d. Educ. 
Eton ; Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A 
Mathematical Tripos 1864 ; M.A. 1879) 
Bar. Lincoln's Inn, 1864 ; Q.C. 1900 ; M.P 
of S. Australia, 1868 ; Attorney-General 
1870 ; M.L.C. 1877 ; Min. of Justice and 
Education, 1884 ; Special Envoy from the 
Australian Colonies to Great Britain to 
negotiate Postal Union between Greai 
Britain and Colonies, 1885-86 ; a Member of 
Sydney Federal Convention of Australasia 
1891 ; Chairman Adelaide, Sydney, and 
Melbourne Federal Conventions of Australia 
1897-98; and President of Legislative 
Council of S. Australia, 1893-1901 ; C.M.G 
1886 ; represented the Commonwealth ol 
Australia at Delhi Durbar, 1903 ; 1st 
President of the Federal Senate of the 
Commonwealth, 1901-6. Publications : sev- 
eral books and pamphlets on federation 
Address: Adelaide, S. Australia. Club 
New University. [Died 18 March 1911 

BAKER, Rev. Sir Talbot Hastings Bendall 
L, 3rd Bt. ; cr. 1802 ; Hon. Canon Salisbury, 
1868 ; b. 9 Sept. 1820 ; *. of 1st Bt. and 
Lady Elizabeth Mary Fitzgerald, 3rd d. of 
2nd Duke of Leinster ; S. b. 1877 ; m. 1st, 
1850, Florence, d. of John Hutchings (d. 
1871); 2nd, 1875, Amy, d. of Lieut.-Col. 
Marryat. Educ. : Christ Church, Oxford 
(M.A.). Ordained 1844. Heir : s. Randolf 
Littlehales, b. 1879. Address: Ranston, 
Blandford Dorsetshire. Club : Grosvenor. 
[Died 6 Apr. 1900. 

BAKER, Lieut.-Gen. Thomas Norris, Indian 
Army; b. 16 Mar. 1833. Entered army, 
1849 ; Lt.-Gen., 1894 ; unemployed list, 
1894; served Sonthal Rebellion, 1855-56; 
Indian Mutiny, 1857-58 (medal); Afghan 
War, 1878-79 (medal) ; Burmese Expedition, 
1885-86 (despatches). Address : Baraset, 
Langley Road, Surbiton. 

[Died 1 June 1915. 

BAKER, Rev. William, D.D. ; Prebendary 
of St. Paul's ; b. Reigate, 18 Dec. 1841 ; s. 
of George Baker, Holmfels, Reigate ; m. 
Elizabeth, d. of D. Aldersey Taylor, 1870 ; 
one s. one d. Educ. : Merchant Taylors' ; 
St. John's Coll. Oxford. 1st class Classics, 
Moderations, 1862; 2nd class Lit. Hum. 
1864 ; Denver and Johnson Theological 
Scholar, 1866. Fellow of St. John's Coll. 
Oxford, 1863-70 ; Tutor, 1866-70 ; Honorary 
Fellow of St. John's, 1895 ; Chairman East 
Finsbury Conservative Association, 1888- 
1900 ; Head-master Merchant Taylors' 
School, 1870-1900 ; Treasurer of Clergy 
Orphan Corporation, 1905. Publications : 
Manual of Devotion for School boys, 1876 ; 
Daily Prayers for younger Boys, 1876 ; 
Lectures on the Church of England ; The 
XXXIX. Articles, 1892 ; Translations into 
Latin and Greek Verse, 1895; Merchant 
Taylors' School Register, 1871-1900, 1908. 
Recreation : foreign travel. Address : 
Netherfleld, Berkhamstead, Herts. Clubs: 
Constitutional, United. 

[Died 29 Dec. 1910. 

BALD, Major A. Campbell, D.S.O., 1902; 
Reserves of Officers. Entered army, 1882 ; 
captain, 1888 ; served Soudan 1884 (medal 
with clasp, Khedive's star) ; Nile Expedition, 
1884-85, with 1st Battalion Black Watch 
(clasp) ; South Africa, 1899-1900, with 2nd 
Battalion Black Watch. 

[Died 4 Apr. 1905. 

BALE, Hon. Sir Henry, K.C. 1897 ; K.C.M.G. 
1901 ; Chief- Justice Natal from 1901 ; b. 
12 Jan. 1854; *. of W. E. Bale, J.P., formerly 
36 



Mayor of Pietermaritzburg, and Charlotte 
Drew Bale ; m. 1st, 1886, Eliza (d. 1890), 
d. of W. B. Wood, Edinburgh ; 2nd, Margaret, 
d. of late W. F. Berning, Pietermaritzburg, 
Natal. Educ. : High School, Pietermaritz- 
burg ; Grammar School, Exeter, England. 
Admitted Attorney of the Supreme Court of 
Natal, 1875 ; Advocate, 1878 ; member of 
Committee of Zulu War Relief Fund, 1879 ; 
member of late Council of Education, 1886- 
1893 ; a nominee member of Legislative Coun- 
cil, 1890 ; Chairman of Committee on the 
supply of liquor to natives, 1891 ; member 
of Legislative Assembly, Pietermaritzburg 
City, from 1893 ; twice sent for to form a 
Ministry, but declined ; acted as leader 
during illness of Prime Minister, Sir Henry 
Binns ; Attorney-General and Minister of 
Education, 1897-1901 ; Member of the 
Council of the University of the Cape of Good 
Hope, 1902; Chairman Natal Volunteer 
and War Relief Committee, 1899-1902; 
Chairman Pietermaritzburg Association for 
Aid to Sick and Wounded, 1899-1902; 
Administrator, Natal, June-July 1903, Jan.- 
Sept. 1904, July-Oct. 1909, Dec.-Jan. 1909- 
1910 ; acted as Deputy-Governor on many 
occasions. Address : Hillside, Loop Street, 
Pietermaritzburg, Natal. Club : Victoria, 
Pietermaritzburg. [Died 1 Oct. 1910. 

BALFOUR, Captain Christopher Egerton, 
D.S.O. 1900; K.R.R.C. ; b. 1872; s. of 
Archibald Balfour ; m. 1902, Dorothy 
Cecilia, e. d. of Gerald Paget ; one d. Educ. : 
Westminster ; R.M.C., Sandhurst. Entered 
army, 1893 ; served South Africa, 1899-1902 
(Queen's medal, 5 clasps ; King's medal, 2 
clasps). Address : 65 Pont Street, W. 
Club : Army and Navy. 

[Died 29 Aug. 1907. 

BALFOUR, Colonel Eustace James Anthony, 
A.D.C., Fellow Society of Antiquaries; 
Fellow of the Royal Institute of British 
Architects ; 5th s. of late James Balfour, 
M.P., of Whittingehame, and Blanche, 2nd 
d. of 2nd Marquis of Salisbury ; m. Lady 
Frances Campbell, 5th d. of 8th Duke of 
Argyll, 1879 ; two *. three d. Educ. : 
Ham>w; Trinity College, Cambridge; M.A. 
Publications : various essays on archi- 
tectural and military subjects. Recreations : 
shooting and golf. Address : 32 Addison 
Road, Kensington, W. Clubs : Savile, St. 
Stephen's, Caledonian, Burlington Fine Arts ; 
Scottish Conservative, Edinburgh. 

[Died 14 Feb. 1911. 

BALFOUR, Hon. James, M.L.C. ; Merchant ; 
Member Legislative Council of Victoria from 
1874 ; also an Executive Councillor ; b. 
Edinburgh, 1830 ; *. of John Balfour, Mer- 
chant, Leith, and Robina Gordon ; m. 1859, 
Frances Charlotte, e. d. of late Hon. James * 
Henty, M.L.C. ; five *. four d. Educ. : 
Edinburgh Academy. Trained in business 
in Edinburgh and London ; arrived in 
Melbourne, 1852 ; Partner in firm of James 
Henty and Co., Merchants, for 23 years ; 
carried on Mercantile Agency business, 
Melbourne, in name ol James Balfour and 
Co., and grazing and pastoral business with 
sons in Riverina ; President Melbourne 
Chamber of Commerce, 1885-86 ; retired 
Captain Commanding St. Kilda Battery 
R.V. Artillery ; was a Member of Legislative 
Assembly for two years ; resigned to visit 
England. Recreations: various. Address: 
48 William Street, Melbourne, Victoria; 
Round Hill, Culcairn, N.S. Wales ; Windella, 
Kew, Victoria. Club : Australian. 

[Died 24 Aug. 1913. 

BALFOUR, James William, J.P., D.L. ; Con- 
vener of County Orkney ; o. surv. s. of late 
Capt. Wm. Balfour of Trenabie, R.N., and 
2nd wife, Mary Margaret, d. of late Andrew 
Baikie, of Kirkwall, N.B. ; b. 1827; m. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Isabella, o. d. of Col. Craster, late of 22nd 
Regt., 1852. Hon. Col. retired, Col. Com 
manding 1st Orkney Artil. Volunteers 
retired ; formerly Captain 7th Dragoon 
Guards. Address : Balfour Castle Noltlam 
Castle, and Trenabie House, by Kirkwal 
N.B. Clubs: Army and Navy; New 
Scottish Conservative, Edinburgh. 

[Died 6 June 1907 

BALFOUR, Rev. Robert Gordon, D.D., Senio 
Minister of New North Unit. Free Church 
Clerk of United Free Synod of Lothian ; am 
Moderator of the General Assembly ; b 
16 June 1826 ; s. of John Balfour, corn 
factor, Leith, and Robina Gordon ; m. 1854 
Margaret Ewing Naismith. Educ. : Edin 
Acad. and University ; New College, Edin 
burgh. Ordained minister of East Kilbride 
1852 ; translated to Rothesay, 1858 ; t( 
New North, Edinburgh, 1866. Publica 
tions : Central Truths and Side Issues 
1895; Presbyterianism in the Colonies 
Fifth Series of Chalmers' Lectures, 1899 
Recreation : golf. Address : 33 Chalmers 
Street, Edinburgh. Clubs : Clerical, Presby 
tery Golf. [Died 17 July 1905 

BALL, Rt. Hon. John Thomas, LL.D., D.C.L. 
Oxford ; P.C. (Ireland, 1868) ; b. Ireland 
1815 ; s. of Major Benjamin Marcus Ball 
40th Regiment ; m. Catharine, d. of Rev 
Charles Richard Elrington, D.D., 1852 
Educ. : Trin. Coll. Dublin. Irish Barr 
1840 ; Q.C. 1854 ; Vicar-General of Province 
of Armagh, 1862 ; Queen's Advocate, 1865 
Solicitor-General, Ireland, 1868; M.P. (C. 
Dublin University, 1868-75 ; Attorney- 
General, Ireland, 1868, 1874, 1875 ; Lord- 
Chancellor of Ireland, 1875-80. Publica- 
tions : The Reformed Church of Ireland 
2nd ed. 1890 ; Historical Review of Legisla- 
tive Systems in Ireland, 2nd ed. 1889 
Address : Taneyj House, Dundrum, Co 
Dublin. Clubs : Carlton ; Kildare Street 
Dublin. [Died 17 Mar. 1898.' 

BALL, Sir Robert Stawell, Kt., cr. 1886 ; 
LL.D., F.R.S. ; Lowndean Professor of 
Astronomy and Geometry, Cambridge ; 
Director of the Cambridge Observatory 
from 1892 ; Fellow of King's Coll. Camb. ; 
b. Dublin ; 1 July 1840 ; s. of Robert Ball, 
LL.D. Dublin [the well-known naturalist] ; 
m. Frances Elizabeth, d. of W. E. Steele, 
M.D., Director of Science and Art Museum, 
Dublin, 1868 ; four s. two d. Educ. : 
Abbott's Grange, Chester ; Trin. Coll. 
Dublin. Hon. M.A. Camb., 1892; LL.D. 
Dublin. Royal Astronomer of Ireland, 
1874-92; Scientific Adviser to the Com- 
missioners of Irish Lights from 1884 ; ex- 
president of the Royal Astronomical Society ; 
ex-president of the Mathematical Associa- 
tion ; ex-president of the Royal Zoological 
Society of Ireland. Publications : A Treat- 
ise on the Theory of Screws, 1900 ; many 
memoirs on mathematical, astronomical, and 
physical subjects ; and the following works 
on Astronomy: A Treatise on Spherical 
Astronomy ; The Story of the Heavens, 
1885 ; Starland, 1889 ; In Starry Realms ; 
In the High Heavens ; Time and Tide, 
1889 ; The Cause of an Ice Age ; Atlas of 
Astronomy, 1892; The Story of the Sun, 
1893 ; Great Astronomers, 1895 ; The 
Earth's Beginning, 1901 ; Popular Guide to 
the Heavens, 1905. Recreations : botany, 
golf, cruising. Address : Observatory, Cam- 
bridge. Clubs : Athenaeum (elected under 
Rule II.) ; hon. member of Common Room, 
Trinity College, Dublin; hon. member of 
Royal Irish Yacht Club. 

[Died 25 Nov. 1913. 

BALLARD, Edward, M.D. London ; F.R.S. ; 
retired Medical Inspector of Local Govern- 
ment Board ; b. Islington, 15 Apr. 1820 ; 
*. of Edward George Ballard, an independent 



BAMFORD -SLACK 

gentleman. Educ. : Islington Proprietary 
School ; Univ. Coll. London. Publica- 
tion : Materia Medica, published conjointly 
with Dr. (afterwards Sir) A. B. Garrod. 
Address : 6 Ravenscroft Park, High Barnet 
[Died 19 Feb. 1897. 

BALLIN, Ada S. (Mrs.), journalist, author, 
editor, and magazine proprietor ; b. London ; 
d. of Isaac and Annie Ballin ; parentage 
English, but family originally French, a 
Claude Ballin having been at the Court of 
Louis XIV. of France ; m. 1st, 1891 ; 2nd, 
1901, Oscar George Daniel Berry; but 
always retained her maiden name ; one d. 
Educ. : private tutors ; University College ; 
also pupil of Professor W. H. Corfield, M.D., 
and C. M. Campbell, M.D., C.M. At College 
took the Hollier and Fielding Scholarships, 
the Heimann medal, and distinctions in 
philosophy of mind and logic, languages, 
etc. ; for seven years lecturer to the National 
Health Society; edited the Health and 
Beauty department of the Lady's Pictorial, 
1887-94, and contributed to many other 
papers, including the Queen, Christian World, 
Health, etc. Publications: Baby: The 
Mother's Magazine, founded by Mrs. Ballin 
in 1887 ; Womanhood : an illustrated monthly 
magazine of women's progress and interests 
literary, artistic, social, legal, political, and 
of Health and Beauty Culture, founded 
December 1898; Playtime, The Children's 
Magazine, founded December 1900. Books : 
The Science of Dress, in Theory and Practice, 
1885 ; Health and Beauty in Dress, 1892 ; 
Personal Hygiene, 1894 ; How to Feed our 
Little Ones, 1895; Bathing, Exercise, and 
Rest, 1896; The Kindergarten System 
Explained, 1896 ; Early Education, 1897 ; 
Children's Ailments, 1898 ; Nursery Cookery, 
1900 ; From Cradle to School, 1902 ; The 
Expectant Mother, 1903, Baby's First 
Year, 1904, etc. Recreations : cycling, 
dancing. Address : 18 Somerset Street, 
Portman Square, W. [Died 28 May 1906. 
BALLY, Maj.-Gen. John Ford, C.V.O. 1903 ; 
commanding R.A. Gibraltar from 1902 ; 
b. 4 Jan. 1845. Entered service, 1864 ; 
Captain, 1877 ; Major, 1883 ; Lieut.-Col. 
1891 ; Col. 1895 ; Maj.-Gen. 1902 ; served 
Zulu War, 1879 (medal with clasp). Ad- 
dress : Gibraltar. [Died 22 Feb. 1912. 
BAMFIELD, Lt.-Gen. Albert Henry, Indian 
Army ; b. 6 Mar. 1830 ; m. 1851, Charlotte, 
d. of late J. G. Bidwill, Exeter. Entered 
army, 1848 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1892 ; unemployed 
list, 1888 ; served Punjab campaign, 1848-49 
(medal with two clasps) ; N.W. Frontier of 
India campaign, 1853-54 ; Indian Mutiny, 
1857 (medal) ; J.P., Devon. Address : 
Exmouth, Devon. [Died 14 Apr. 1908. 
BAMFORD-SLACK, Sir John, Kt., cr. 1906 ; 
b. Green Hill House, Ripley, Derbyshire, 
1857 ; s. of Thomas Slack and Mary Ann 
Bamford ; m. 1888, Alice Maude Mary. d. 
of Edward and Georgiana Bretherton of 
Gloucester and Clifton, Bristol ; one d. 
Educ. : Wesley Coll. Sheffield ; Lond. Univ 
(B.A.). Articled to Samuel Leech, Derby, 
as Solicitor, 1877 ; Honours at Final Exam- 
ination ; admitted, 1880; Practised in 
Derbyshire, 1880-89 ; after which latter 
date practised in London ; Senior Partner of 
Slack, Monro, and Atkinson, Solicitors, 31 
Queen Victoria Street, E.G. ; Member of first 
Derbyshire County Council, representing 
Ilkeston ; Director of the Contemporary 
Review Company, Limited ; F.R.G.S., 
F Z S Fellow of The Bibliographical 
Society ; Member of Executive Committee 
of National Liberal Federation, and of 
London Liberal Federation ; Hon. Treasurer, 
London University Liberal Association; 
President, Holborn Liberal Association; 
M.P. (L.) Mid Herts, 1904-6. Recreations: 
37 



BANES 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



cricket, golf, shooting, mountaineering, 
travel. Address : 10 Woburn Square, W.C. 
Clubs : Reform, City Liberal, Eighty, 
Alpine, Climbers'. [Died 11 Feb. 1909. 

BANES, George Edward, J.P. ; wharfinger and 
bonded warehouse keeper, Colonial and 
Granite Wharves, Wapping, E., and 37-38 
Mark Lane, B.C. ; b. Chatham, Kent, 2 Feb. 
1828 ; s. of George Dann Banes [first 
Surveyor of Iron Shipbuilding to Admiralty] ; 
m. Mary, d. of Matthew Place, York, 1850. 
Educ. : Chatham and Rochester High School. 
Founded the 3rd Essex Artillery Volunteers 
(now 1st Brigade Essex R.A.), 1859, and 
retired with rank of major, 1876 ; for some 
time an alderman ; M.P. for Southern 
Division of West Ham, 1886 (defeating Mr. 
Joseph Leicester) ; was defeated in 1892 by 
Mr. Keir Hardie, and in turn defeated Mr. 
Keir Hardie at the General Election, 1895 ; 
M.P. for West Ham, South, 1886-92, 1895- 
1900, and 1900-6. Recreation : for many 
years an ardent lover of and worker at 
cricket. Address : The Red House, Upton, 
Essex. Clubs : Upton Park, South Essex. 
[Died 16 July 1907. 

BANGOR, 5th Viscount (cr. 1781), Henry 
William Crosbie Ward. Baron, 1770 ; Irish 
Representative Peer, 1886. [Bernard Ward, 
member for Co. Down, 1745-70, was created 
Baron Bangor, 1770, and Viscount Bangor of 
Castle Ward, in the peerage of Ireland, 1781, 
from the town and property of Bangor, which 
he inherited from his mother, the d. and 
heiress of James Hamilton of Bangor.] 
b. 26 July 1828 ; S. b. 1881 ; m. 1st, 1854, 
Mary, d. of Henry King, Ballylin, King's Co. 
(d. 1869); 2nd, 1874, Elizabeth, d. and 
heiress of Hugh Eccles, Cronroe, Co. Wick- 
low ; one s. four d. Educ. : Rugby. Was 
a member of the Church of Ireland ; a 
Conservative ; Pres. of the Irish Branch 
Evangelical Alliance. Entered army, 1846, 
43rd Light Infantry ; was through the 
Kaffir Campaign, 1851-53 (medal) ; retired 
from the army, 1854. Owned about 10,000 
acres, Bangor and Lecale ; owned a portrait 
of Charles II. by Lely, presented by the 
king at Restoration to Jane Lane ; and 
portraits by Vandyck, Hogarth, two by 
Kneller, a Zucharelli, Cornelius Jansen, 
Cornelius Droost, two portraits by Romney, 
a portrait by Coates, and many others. 
Recreations : yachting, shooting, fishing, 
arboriculture. Heir : s. by 1st mar. Major 
Hon. M. R. Crosbie Ward. Address : Castle 
Ward, Downpatrick, Co. Down. Clubs : 
Carlton ; Kildare Street, Dublin ; St. 
George's Yacht; Ulster, Belfast; Ulster 
Yacht. [Died 23 Feb. 1911. 

BANKES, Rev. Eldon Surtees ; Canon Resi- 
dentiary of Salisbury from 1898 ; b. Glou- 
cester, 27 Sept. 1829 ; s. of Rev. Edward 
Bankes and Lady Frances Jane Scott, d. of 
Lord Chancellor Eldon ; m. Lady Charlotte 
Elizabeth Scott, d. of 2nd Earl of Eldon ; 
two s. one d. Educ. : Eton ; Univ. Coll. 
Oxford. Ordained Deacon, 1853 ; Priest, 
1854 ; Curate of Stapleton, 1853-54 ; Rector 
of Corfe Castle, 1854-99 ; Rural Dean, 
1875-99; Proctor for Clergy of Dorset, 
1889-1900; Proctor for Chapter, 1900-10. 
Address : The Close, Salisbury. 

[Died 1 Feb. 1915. 

BANKES, Walter Ralph, J.P., D.L. ; o. surv. s. 
of late Edmund George Bankes, of Studland 
Manor and Kingston Lacy, and Rosa Louisa, 
d. of Perceval North Bastard, of Stourpaine, 
Dorset, and g.-s. of Rt. Hon. George Bankes, 
M.P. ; ft. 1853 ; s. brother 1869 ; m. 1897, 
Henrietta Jenny, d. of late William Thomson 
Fraser. Educ. : Harrow ; Trinity College, 
Cambridge. High Sheriff, Dorset, 1880; 
patron of 3 livings ; Lord High Admiral of 
PurbeckiSeas, and Mayor of Corfe Castle ; 
38 



late Captain Dorset Yeomanry Cavalry. 
Address : 34 Wilton Crescent, S.W. ; 
Kingston Lacy, near Wimborne : Corfe 
Castle, and Studland, near Wareham. 
Clubs : Carlton, Arthur's. 

[Died 21 Nov. 1904.. 

BANKS, Mrs. George Linnaeus, novelist ; b.. 
Manchester, 25 Mar. 1821 ; d. of James 
Varley ; grandchild of James Varley 
[bleacher, Bolton, the discoverer of chloride 
of lime] ; m. Geo. Linnaeus Banks, Birming- 
ham, poet and journalist, 1846 [who died 
1881]. Educ. : private schools. Preceptress 
girls' school, 1838-48 ; joined Anti-Corn Law 
League, 1842 ; Publications : Fiction 
God's Providence House, 1865 ; Stung to 
the Quick, 1867 ; The Manchester Man, 
1876; Glory, 1877; Caleb Booth's Clerk, 
187S; Wooers and Winners, 1880; More 
than Coronets, 1881 ; Forbidden to Wed, 
1883 ; Sybilla, 1884 ; In His Own Hand, 
1885 ; Through the Night, 1882 ; The 
Watchmaker's Daughter, 1882 ; Geoffrey 
Olivant's Folly, 1877 ; Miss Pringle's Pearls, 
1890 ; From the Same Nest, 1891 ; The 
Bridge of Beauty, 1893 ; A Rough Road, 
1893 ; The Slowly Grinding Mills, 1893 ; Bond 
Slaves, 1893. Poems Ivy Leaves, 1843 ; 
Daisies in the Grass, 1865, jointly with Mr. 
Banks ; Ripples and Breakers, 1878. 
Recreations : reading, knitting, collection of 
shells, fossils, antiquarian and other curios. 
Address : 34 Fassett Square, Dalston, 
London, N.E. [Died 4 May 1897. 

BANKS, Sir John, K.C.B., cr. 1889 ; M.D., 
D.L. ; Hon. Physician to the King in Ireland ; 
first Pres. Roy. Acad. of Medicine, Ireland ; 
D.Sc., hon causa, Royal Univ. ; b. London ; 
*. of Percival Banks, M.D. ; m. Alice (d. 
1899), d. of Capt. Wood Wright of Golagh, 
Co. Monaghan. Educ. : Trin. Coll. Dublin. 
Hon. LL.D. Glasgow. Ex-President Royal 
College of Physicians, Ireland ; High Sheriff, 
Co. Monaghan, 1895 ; Reg. Prof, of Physic, 
Univ. of Dublin, 1880-98; Ex. Mem. of 
General Med. Council; late Physician in 
Ordinary in Ireland to Queen Victoria. 
Publications : Clinical Reports of Medical 
Cases ; Loss of Language in Cerebral Dis- 
ease ; article on Typhus in Quain's Dictionary 
of Medicine. Address : 45 Merrion Square, 
Dublin. [Died 16 July 1908. 

BANKS, Sir William Mitchell, Kt., cr. 1899 ; 
M.D., F.R.C.S., J.P. for City of Liverpool ; 
Surgeon to the Liverpool Royal Infirmary ; 
Emeritus Professor of Anatomy in University 
Coll., Liverpool; b. 1842; "s. of Peter S. 
Banks, Solicitor, Edinburgh ; m Elizabeth, 
d. of John Elliot, Merchant, Liverpool. 
Educ. : Edinburgh Academy and University. 
LL.D. Ed., 1899. After acting as Demonstrator J 
of Anatomy in the University of Glasgow, 
settled in Liverpool as an operating surgeon 
and teacher of anatomy. Gave much time 
and help in the building of the new Royal 
Infirmary, and in the establishment of 
University Coll., Liverpool. Served on the 
General Medical Council, and on the Council 
of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. 
Publications : many surgical papers, chiefly 
on rupture and diseases of the breast ; 
annual oration to the Medical Society of 
London, 1892 ; address on Surgery at 
Montreal meeting of the Brit. Med. Associa- 
tion. Address : 28 Rodney Street, Liver- 
pool ; The Bungalow, Wallasey, Cheshire. 
Club : Palatine, Liverpool. 

[Died 9 Aug. 1904. 

BANNERMAN, Sir George, 10th Bt. of Elsick ; 
cr. 1682 ; b. Aberdeen, 4 June 1827 ; m. 
Anne Mary, d. of Richard Brooke, Handford, 
Cheshire, 1869. S. cousin 1877. Educ. : 
Marischal Coll., Aberdeen ; Neuwied on 
Rhine. Settler in Canada, West, 1850-61 ; 

^coffee-planter in Ceylon, 1861-64 ; opening 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



new forest land for coffee in Cochin, India 
and Goa, 1864. Heir : s. Alexander, Lieut 
R.E.,6. 1871. Address: East Hill, Brackley 
Northants. [Died 2 Dec. 1901 

BANNERMAN, Gen. William, C.B., 1887 
Indian Army ; b. 23 Sept. 1828 ; s. of lat 
Patrick Bannerraan ; m. 1868, Louisa Con 
stance, d. of Robert Goddard of Monkstown 
two s. Entered army, 1846 ; Gen. 1894 
served Punjab Campaign, 1848-49 (meda 
with two clasps) ; Eusofzie Campaign (meda 
with clasp) ; Persian Expedition, 185' 
(clasp) ; Indian Mutiny (despatches, meda 
with clasp) ; China, 1860 (medal with twc 
clasps) ; Afghan War, 1878-80 (despatches 
medal with clasp). Address : 9 Spa Build 
ings, Cheltenham. [Died 10 Feb. 1914 

BANTOCK, George Granville, M.D. am 
F.R.C.S. Edin. ; F.R.B.S., F.Z.S. ; widower 
retired consulting Surg. Hospital for Women 
St. Vincent Square ; Resident Surgeon 
Royal Maternity Hospital, Edinburgh 
consulting Surgeon Samaritan Free Hospital 
also Cottage Hospitals St. Mary Cray an< 
Sidcup; Fellow (late President) British 
Gynaecological Society ; Fellow Obst. an 
Clin. Societies ; Hon. Fellow Obst. Society 
Edinburgh, and American Gynec. Society 
Corr. Fellow Gynec. Society, Boston, U.S.A. 
and Obst. Society, Leipzig ; Hon. Membei 
Soc. Belgique de Gyne"c. et d'Obst. ; Membei 
Associe" trangers (Soc. de Gyne"c.) ; Soci<5t< 
d'Obst. et Gyne'c. et de Pediatrie de Paris 
etc. Publications : Treatment of Rupturec 
Perineum, 2nd ed. 1888 ; many other medica 
works and contributions to medical journals 
Address : Broad Meadow, King's Norton 
near Birmingham. [Died 15 Jan. 1913 

BARBER, Yen. Edward, M.A., F.S.A. ; Arch- 
deacon of Chester and Canon Residentiary 
from 1886, and Vice-Dean from 1893 of 
Chester Cathedral ; Rector of St. Bridget 
with St. Martin, Chester ; b. Brighouse, 19 
Sept. 1841 ; m. Edith S., d. of late Rev 
T. Evetts, Rector of Monks Risborough 
Bucks, and Hon. Canon of Christ Church 
tliree s. Educ. : St. Peter's School, York 
Magdalen Coll. Oxford (Demy) ; B.A. 1864 
M.A. 1866 ; ordained 1865 ; Assistant 
Master St. Peter's College, Radley, 1868-72 ; 
Inspector of Schools, Diocese of Oxford, 
1872-83 ; Rector Chalfont St. Giles, 1883-86. 
Publications : Various papers in the Chester 
Archaeological Journal and The Treasury ; 
Single Sermons ; Handbook to Chester 
Cathedral, etc. ; Joint Editor, Memorials of 
Old Cheshire. Recreation : gardening. Ad- 
dress : St. Bridget's Rectory, Chester ; The 
Residence, Chester. [ Died 23 July 1914. 

BARBER, Major-General Frederick Charles. 
Indian Army ; Maj.-Gen., 1870. Address : 
10E Hyde Park Mansions, N.W. 

[Died 10 Jan. 1908. 

BARBIERI, Guido Bastiani Pascucci, Bishop of 
Theodosiopolis and Vicar Apostolic of 
Gibraltar from 1901 ; b. Siena, 5 Sept. 1836 ; 
s. of Teresa Lippi and Guido Barbieri. 
Educ. : Florence apud Patres Calasanctianos. 
Benedictine Monk, 1858 ; Priest, 1861 ; 
Monk teaching Italian, Latin, arthmetic, 
and philosophy in the Badia Fiorentina, 
1856-60 ; Professor of English in the Collegio 
Tolomei, Siena, 1861-65 ; Preceptor in these 
families Strozzi (Florence), Collacchioni 
(San Sepolcro), Martini (Florence), Farinola 
(ib.), Alessandri (ib.) ; Rector of the College 
of Monte Cassino ; Prior Claustralis of the 
Monastery of S. Benedict, Siena ; Abbot 
of St. Peter, Perugia. Publications : many 
orations, various pieces of poetry, Novenas, 
Pastoral Letters. Translations : from the 
French J. Dierx's, L' uorno scimmia ; from 
the German Woldrich et Burgerstein, 
Somatologia dell' uomo. Address : Gibral- 
tar. [Died 15 Apr. 1910. 



BARHAM 

BARCHARD, Col. Charles Henry, C.B. ; Indian 
Staft Corps (retired) ; s. of late Henry James 
Barchard ; m. Ann, d. of late John Siddall 
Royal Horse Guards, Blue. Educ. : private 
school. Entered Bengal Army, 1845; 
Captain, 1857; Major, 1858; Lieut.-Col. 
1865 ; Colonel, 1875, when he retired ; 
served (1) in Punjab Campaign, 1848-49; 
present at battles of Chillianwalla and 
Goojerat (medal, two clasps) ; (2) N.-W. 
Frontier, 1853 ; forcing of the Boori Pass ; 
action against the Bassu Kheel Afridis 
(dispatches, medal and clasp) ; Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, 1857-58, as aide-de-camp 
to Sir Archdale Wilson, Bart. ; actions on 
the Hindon, May 1857 (dispatches) ; action 
of Budeel Ka Serai, June 1857 (dispatches) ; 
siege, assault, and capture of Delhi, June to 
Oct. 1857 (repeatedly mentioned in dis- 
patches) ; previous operations and capture 
of Lucknow, Feb. to Mar. 1858 (dispatches, 
and thanks of Governor- General of India, 
medal and two clasps, and Companion of the 
Bath) ; charger shot in action before Delhi ; 
slightly wounded in action before the 
Martinere, Lucknow ; thanks of the Punjab 
Government for exertions and aid rendered 
during the famine at Kurnal in 1861. 
Address : 115 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde 
Park, W. [Died 20 June 1902. 

BARCLAY, Rob3rt, J.P., D.L. ; e. 8. of late 
Arthur Kett Barclay, F.R.S., and Maria 
Octavia, d. of late Ichabod Wright, of 
Mapperley, Nots ; b. Oct. 7, 1837 ; m. 1877, 
Laura Charlotte Rachel, d. of late Marmaduke 
Wyvill, M.P., of Constable Burton, York- 
shire ; four s. one d. Educ. : Harrow ; 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (M.A.). Patron of 
one living; High Sheriff of Surrey, 1878. 
Address : Bury Hill, Dorking. 

[Died 13 Apr. 1913. 

BARDSLEY, The Rt. Rev. John Wareing, M.A., 
D.D., Bishop of Carlisle, from 1891 ; b. 29 
Mar. 1835; e. . of late Canon Bardsley, 
Manchester ; m. 1862, Elizabeth, d. of Rev. 
B. Powell, J.P., Bellingham Lodge, Wigan. 
Educ. : Manchester Grammar School ; Trin. 
Coll. Dublin. Vicar, St. John's, Bootle, 
1864-70 : St. Saviour's, Liverpool, 1870-87 ; 
Archdeacon of Warrington, 1880-86 ; Arch- 
deacon of Liverpool, 1886-87 ; Bishop of 
Sodor and Man, 1887-91. Recreation: 
cycling. Address : Rose Castle, Carlisle. 

[Died 14 Sept. 1904. 

BARDSWELL, Charles William, M.A., J.P. ; 
Recorder of Kingston-upon-Thames ; b. 24 
July 1832 ; e. s. of Charles Bardswell of 
Liverpool, solicitor ; m. 1866, Frances Anne, 
d. of Samuel Dean of Cleveland Gardens and 
" The Hurst," Walton-on-Thames. Educ. : 
Repton and King's Coll. Schools, and Trin. 
Coll. Oxford. 2nd class Moderations; 1st 
class Final Examination (Law and History 
School) M.A. Chancery bar, 1857. Address : 
"The Beacon," Surbiton Hill. Club: 
Constitutional. [Died 13 Oct. 1902. 

BARFF, Rev. Albert, M.A. ; Vicar of St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, from 1886, and of St. Bar- 
tholomew, Cripplegate, from 1902; Pre- 
bendary of Twyford in St. Paul's Cathedral 
from 1887. Educ. : Pembroke College, 
Oxford. Ordained 1851 ; Vicar of N. 
Moreton, 1858-72 ; Master of Choristers, St. 
Paul's Cathedral, 1873-86. Address: St. 
Giles's Vicarage, Well Street, Cripplegate, 
E.C. [Diedfr 8Dec. 1913. 

BARHAM, Sir George, Kt. ; cr. 1904 ; J.P. 
Middlesex and E. Sussex, C.C. E. Sussex 
1904-10 ; High Sheriff of Middlesex, 1908- 
1909; Mayor of Hampstead, 1905-6; b. 
22 Nov. 1836 ; y. and o. surv. 8. of late 
Robert Barham of the Strand, London, the 
Altezeera Henrietta, d. of late George Davey 
of Bletchley, Bucks; m. 1859, Margaret 
(d. 1906), 2nd d. of late Jarvis Ramey of 



BARING 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Spilsby, Lines ; two . Educ. : private 
schools. Founder and Chairman of The 
Express Dairy Co., Ltd., The Dairy Supply 
Co., Ltd. : vice-president of jurors at Inter- 
national Agricultural Exhibition at Amster- 
dam. 1884 ; pres. of Dairy Conference in 
Denmark and Sweden, 1897 ; member of 
Milk Standards Committee appointed by the 
Board of Agriculture, 1900, and author of 
minority report of same ; president of the 
British Dairy Farmers' Association, 1908 ; 
founder and trustee of the Metropolitan 
Dairymen's Benevolent Institution ; owner 
of estates at Snape and Tappington Grange, 
Wadhurst, and at Hendon, Middlesex ; con- 
tested (U.) West Islington, 1895. Recrea- 
tions : walking and fencing. Address : 
Snape, Wadhurst, Sussex ; Danehurst, 
Hampstead. Clubs : Devonshire, United 
Empire, Royal Automobile. 

[Died 16 Nov. 1913. 

BARING, Hon. Francis Henry, 2nd surv. s. of 
1st Baron Northbrook and 2nd wife, Lady 
Arabella Howard, 2nd d. of 1st Earl of 
Efflngham ; b. 22 July 1850 ; m. 1878, Lady 
Grace Elizabeth Boyle, 2nd d. of 9th Earl 
of Cork ; two *. Educ. : Rugby ; Corpus 
Christ! College, Oxford ; 1st Mods. (Mathe- 
matics), 1st Finals (Classics). Partner in 
Baring Brothers and Co. 1880-1901 ; High 
Sheriff of Surrey, 1888. Publications : 
various papers in English Historical Review. 
Heir : s. Francis Arthur, b. July 20, 1882. 
Address : 34 Great Cumberland Place, W. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Brooks's. 

[Died 7 March 1915. 

BARING, Walter, at one time a Minister in the 
Diplomatic Service ; b. Cromer, Norfolk, 
22 Oct. 1844 ; s. of late Henry Bingham 
Baring and Cecilia Anne Windham ; m. 
1875, Ellen Guarracino (d. 1914) ; one *. 
one d. Educ. : Eton ; Oxford. Attache", 
1865 ; 3rd Secretary, 1870 ; 2nd Secretary, 
1873 ; Superintendent of Student Drago- 
mans at Constantinople, 1877; Secretary of 
Legation, Teheran, 1879; Lisbon, 1882; 
Athens, 1885 ; Charge" d'Affaires, Cettinje", 
1886 ; Minister-Resident and Consul-General, 
Monte Video, 1893-1906; Jubilee Medal, 
1897 ; Coronation Medal, 1902. Club : 
Athenaeum. [Died 4 Apr. 1915. 

BARKER, General Sir George Digby, G.C.B., 
cr. 1912 ; K.C.B., cr. 1900 ; C.'B. 1889 ; 
Colonel, Seaforth Highlanders ; 6. 'Clare 
Priory, Suffolk, 9 Oct. 1833 ; s. of late John 
Barker of Clare Priory and Georgiana, d. of 
late Colonel Weston of Shadowbush, Suffolk ; 
m. 1st, 1862, Frances (d. 1900), d. of late 
George Murray of Rosemount, Ross-shire ; 
two d. ; 2nd, Katherine Weston, d. of E. G. 
Elwes. Educ. : Clapham Grammar School. 
Ensign, 78th Highlanders, 1853 ; served 
Persian campaign, 1857 (medal) ; Indian 
Mutiny, 1857-58 (medal, two clasps, Brevet- 
Major), including battle of Cawnpore ; 1st 
relief, defence and capture of Lucknow ; 
appointed D.A.Q.M.G. 1st Division Luck- 
now Field Force, 1857 ; first in the competi- 
tion for admission to the Staff Coll., 1864 ; 
first in the competition for degree at Staff 
Coll., 1866 ; D.A.Q.M.G. Southern District, 
1868-73; Professor of Military Art, Staff 
Coll., 1874-76 ; Assistant Director of Military 
Education, Headquarters of the Army, 1877- 
1884 ; A.A.G. Western District, 1884-87 ; 
Promoted Maj.-Gen., 1887 ; commanded the 
forces in China and Hong-Kong, 1890-95 ; 
acting Governor of Hong-Kong, May to Dec. 
1891 ; Gen., 1900 ; Governor of the Ber- 
mudas, 1896-1902 ; J.P., Essex and Suffolk. 
Recreations : shooting, golf, croquet. 
Address: Clare Priory, Suffolk. Club: 
United Service. [Died 15 Apr. 1914. 

BARKER, Sir John, 1st Bt., cr. 1908 ; J.P. 
Herts ; founder and Chairman of John 
40 



Barker & Co., Ltd., Kensington ; Chairman, 
Paquin, Ltd. (of Paris), Mayfair ; b. 1840 ; *. 
of Joseph Barker, Brewer, Loose, Maidstone ; 
m. ; one d. Alderman of first London County 
Council ; contested Maidstone, 1888, 1898 ; 
M.P. 1900; M.P. (L.) Penrhyn and Fal- 
mouth, 1906-10 ; Past-President, Polo Pony 
Society, also of Essex Agricultural Society, 
Newspaper Press Fund, and Early Closing 
Association ; Member of the Royal Agri- 
cultural Society of Ensland, Hunters' 
Improvement Society, Hackney Horse, 
and other Societies. Recreations : farming, 
horse-breeding, shooting, etc. Heir : none. 
Address : The Grange, Bishop Stortford, 
Herts ; Old Court Mansions, Kensington, W. 
Clubs : Reform, National Liberal, Royal 
Automobile. [Died 16 Dec. 1914. 

BARKER, John Edward, M.A. ; J.P. Derby- 
shire ; b. 9 April 1832 ; *. of Edward Barker 
of Bakewell ; m. Susan Marianne (d. 1889), 
d. of W. Rowley Wynyard, R.N., and widow 
of J. M. Leigh of Davenham, Chester ; 
three s. two d. Educ. : Eton ; Exeter 
Coll. Oxford. Barr. Inner Temple, 1862; 
K.C. 1871 ; Recorder of Leeds, 1880-96 ; 
chairman of Derbyshire Quarter Sessions, 
1894-97. Address: Brooklands, Bakewell 
Clubs : Oxford and Cambridge, Derby 
County. [Died 20 Aug. 1912. 

BARKLY, Sir Henry, K.C.B., cr. 1853; 
G.C.M.G. 1874 ; Colonial Governor ; retired 
on pension in 1878 ; b. London, 24 Feb. 
1815 ; s. of Aeneas Barkly Cromarty, N.B. ; 
m. 2nd 1860, Anne Maria, d. of General Sir 
Thomas Simson Pratt, K.C.B., Bruce 
Castle, Tottenham, Rowland Hill. M.P. 
Leominster, 1845-47 ; re-elected, 1847 ; 
made Governor, British Guiana, 1848 ; 
Jamaica, 1853 ; Victoria, 1856 ; Mauritius, 
1863 ; Cape of Good Hope, 1870. Address : 
1 Bina Gardens, South Kensington. Clubs : 
Carlton, from 1845. [Died 20 Oct. 1898. 

BARLEY, Frederick, I.S.O. 1911 ; Chief Staff 
Officer, Commercial Intelligence Branch, 
Board of Trade. Address : Board of Trade, 
73 Basinghall Street, B.C. ; 338 London 
Road, West Croydon. t [Died 25 Apr. 1915. 

BARLOW, Rev. Henry Theodore Edward ; 
Hon. Canon of Carlisle ; Rector of Lawford, 
Manningtree, Essex ; Examining Chaplain 
to Bishop of Carlisle from 1892 ; b. Bristol, 
18 June 1863 ; e. s. of Very Rev. William 
Hagser Barlow, D.D., Dean of Peterborough 
and Eliza Mary, d. of E. P. Williams ; m. 1894, 
Margaret, d. of late John Brown, Chester. 
Educ.: St. Paul's School, London ; St. John's 
College, Camb. B.A. Second Class Classical 
Tripos, 1885 ; Exhibitioner and Naden 
Divinity Student of St. John's College: 
Second Class in Parts I. and II. Theological 
Tripos, 1886 and 1887 ; Jeremie University 
Prize, 1886 ; M.A. 1889 ; Ad eundem M.A. 
Durham, 1891. Domestic Chaplain to Bishop 
of Sodor and Man, 1889-93 ; Principal of 
Bishop Wilson Theological School, Bishop's 
Court, Isle of Man, 1889-93 ; Curate-in- 
Charge of St. Michael's, Workington. Cumber- 
land, 1893-94 ; Junior Dean, St. John's 
Coll. Camb. 1894-1900; Junior Proctor, 
Camb. 1896-97 ; Lecturer in Ecclesiastical 
History, St. John's College, 1896-1900; 
Select Preacher, 1896, 1899. Recreations : 
cricket, cycling, golf, travelling. Address : 
Lawford Rectory, Manninstree, Essex. 
Club : Union Society, Cambridge. 

[Died 19 June 1906. 

BARLOW, Rev. James William ; b. 21 Oct. 
1826 ; e. s. of Rev. W. Barlow and Catherine 
d. of Thomas Disney; m. 1853, Mary 
Louisa, y. d. of John Barlow of Sibyl Hill, 
Clontarf, Co. Dublin, and Jane, d. of Thos. 
Disney, four s. two d. Educ. : Wakefield ; 
Trinity Coll. Dublin, Senior Moderator 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



and Fellowship Prizeman. Junior Fellow 
Trinity Coll. Dublin, 1850 ; Erasmus Smith's 
Professor of Modern History, 1861 ; Senior 
Fellow, 1893 ; Vice- Provost, 1899 ; resigned, 
1908. Publications : The Normans in 
Italy ; Eternal Punishment or Eternal 
Death ; the Ultimatum of Pessimism ; The 
Immortals' Quest, etc. Recreation : Organ 
music. Address : The Cottage, Raheny, 
Co. Dublin. [Died 4 July 1913. 

BARLOW, Sir Richard Wellesley, 4th Bt. ; 
cr. 1803; Madras Civil Service, 1855-89; 
b. 30 Jan. 1836 ; m. 1860, Annie Catherine, 
d. of Rev. Dr. Whiteside, Vicar of Scarboro' 
(d. 1886); S. cousin 1889. Educ. late 
Hon. East India Company's College, Hailey- 
bury. Heir: s. Hilaro W. Wellesley, b. 
1861 ; Maj. R.A. Recreations : cylcing, 
shooting, fishing. Address : 24 Queen 
Square, Bath. Club : Conservative. 

[Died 10 Aug. 1904. 

BARLOW, William, LL.D., C.M.G., 1914; 
Vice-Chancellor University of Adelaide from 
1896; b. Dublin, 1834. Educ. : Trinity 
College, Dublin. Called to Irish Bar, 1858 ; 
S. Australian Bar, 1870; First Registrar 
University of Adelaide, 1874-82. Address : 
The University, Adelaide. 

[Died 19 Apr. 1915. 

BARLOW, William H., F.R.S. (L. & E.) ; Past 
President C.E. ; Lieut.-Col. Railway Vol. 
Staff Corps ; b. 10 May 1812 ; s. of late Prof. 
Peter Barlow, F.R.S., of the R.M.A. ; m. 
S. C., d. of late W. Caffin, Royal Arsenal, 
Woolwich. Educ. : by his father, and in 
Engineering Department of H. M. Dockyard 
at Woolwich. Went to Constantinople, 
1832, for Maudsley and Field, and erected 
works and machinery for Turkish Ordnance ; 
Resident Engineer to Midland Counties 
Railway (Midland Railway), 1842: Con- 
sulting Engineer, 1857 ; constructed many 
lines for the Company, such as southern 
portion of London and Bedford Line, includ- 
ing St. Pancras Station, with roof of 240 feet 
span, and all arrangements there except hotel 
and offices, which were designed and built by 
late Sir Gilbert Scott ; joint engineer with 
Sir John Hawkshaw for Clifton Suspension 
Bridge, 1861 ; appointed with Mr. Rothery 
and Col. Yolland to investigate cause of fall 
of Old Tay Bridge, 1879 ; constructed New 
lay Bridge, 1880 - 87 ; President Institu- 
tion Civil Engineers, 1880 ; Ordnance 
Committee, 1881 - 88 ; consulted with Sir 
J. Fowler and late T. E. Harrison as to 
feasibility and design of Forth Bridge, 
1881 ; went to America as one of Judges 
of Centennial Exhibition ; and was one of 
Vice-Presidents of Royal Society, 1881. Pub- 
lications : Illumination of Lighthouses, 
Philosophical Transactions, 1837 ; Diurnal 
Electric Tides and Storms, Philosophical 
Transactions, 1848 ; Resistance of Flexure 
in Beams, Royal Society, 1855 ; The Logo- 
graph, Royal Society, 1874. Address : High 
Combe, Old Charlton, Kent. Clubs : Athen- 
aeum, Whitehall. [Died 12 Nov. 1902. 

BARNABY, Sir Nathaniel, K.C.B., cr. 1885; 

( Hon. Vice-Pres. Institution of Naval Archi- 
tects, London ; b. Chatham, 1829, of a 
family of shipwrights serving in Royal 
Dockyard there for several generations ; 
m. 1855, Sarah (d. 1910) d. of John Webber, 
Birmingham ; one s. one d. Educ. : 
Chatham ; Sheerness ; Portsmouth. Ad- 
miralty Overseer of H.M. ships " Viper " 
and " Wrangler " building on the Thames 
1854 ; in designing offices at the Admiralty, 
Somerset House, and afterwards at Whitehall, 
1854-85 ; head of designing and building 
departments in offices of Controllers of the 
Navy, 1870-85. Publications : Abridgments 
of Specifications relating to Shipbuilding 
etc.^from 1618 to present time, first two 



BAENES 

volumes, 1862; articles Navy and Ship- 
building in Ency. Brit., 9th ed. ; The 
Naval Review of British, French, Italian 
German, and Russian Large Ships of Warj 
1886 ; Naval Development in the Nineteenth 
Century. Address: Moray House, Lewis- 
ham, S.E. [Died 15 June 1915. 

BARNARD, Sir Charles Loudon, K.C.B cr 
1869 ; General, retired, 1888 ; b. 1823 s 
of Admiral E. Barnard ; m. Julia, d. of Capt' 
Edwards, R.N., 1858. Served in Syria 
1840-41 ; China, 1859-60. Address : Castle 
House, Usk, Monmouth. Club: United 
Service. [Died 10 May 1902. 

BARNARD, Brigadier-General J. H., C.B. 
1894, C.M.G., A.D.C. to Queen Victoria from 
1890; commanding Southern District, 
Madras, from 1900 ; b. Hastings, 26 Oct. 1846 ; 
e. s. of late John Wyatt Barnard, M.D : 
m. 1885, Emily, o. d. of W. H. Shield of 
Gilfach, Pembrokeshire. Educ. : Black- 
heath School. Joined 19th Foot, 1866; 
served in Hazara Campaign of 1868 (medal 
and clasp) ; Ashanti War of 1873-74 under 
Sir John Glover (C.M.G. medal with clasp, 
and promoted Captain in Royal Munster 
Fusiliers); Afghan War, 1879-80 (medal 
with clasp and Brevet Major) ; Soudan 
expedition of 1885 (medal with clasp and 
Khedive's star) ; commanded 2nd battalion 
Royal Munster Fusiliers, 1889-94 ; com- 
manded 101st Regt. District, 1894-96 ; 
Mandalay District, Burma, 1896-1900. 
Recreations : riding and boating. Address : 
Wellington, Southern India. Club : United 
Service. [Died 11 May 1901. 

BARNARDO, Thomas John, F.R.C.S. Ed., 
F.R.G.S. ; Member British Medical Associa- 
tion ; Founder and Director of Philanthropic 
Institution by which during Dr. Barnardo's 
lifetime) over 55,000 Orphan Waifs were 
rescued, trained, and placed out in life; 
nearly 16,000 were emigrated to Canada and 
the Colonies ; b. Ireland, 1845 ; 9th *. of 
late John M. Barnardo ; m. 1873, Syrie 
Louise, o. d. of Wm. Elmslie of Lloyds 
and Richmond. Educ. : private schools ; 
hospitals in London, Edinburgh, and Paris. 
While at London Hospital in 1866 had his 
attention directed to condition of Waif 
Children on the streets ; continued to in- 
vestigate the subject and to labour in spare 
hours on their behalf ; boarded out first 
children, 1866-69; established first Home, 
1867 ; founded Village for Girls, Ilford, 
1873 ; founded " Her Majesty's Hospital for 
Sick Waifs," 1887 ; formed " Young Helpers' 
League," 1891 : received diploma and medal 
of Socle* to" Nationale d' Encouragement du 
Bien, Paris, 1885. Publications : Something 
Attempted, Something Done ; The Rescue 
of the Waif ; a great variety of magazine 
articles and small booklets on the rescue of 
waif children, 1866-1904 ; editor of National 
Waif's Magazine (monthly), and of Young 
Helper's League Magazine (monthly). Re- 
creations : travel ; reading ; the society 
of children. Address : Mossford Lodge, 
Barkingside, Ilford, Essex; St. Leonard's 
Lodge, Surbiton, Surrey. Clubs : National, 
Royal Societies. [Died 19 Sept. 1905. 

BARNATO, Henry Isaac, partner in firm of 

- Barnato Brothers ; permanent Director in 

Johannesburg of the Barnato Consolidated 

t; Mines; on the Board of the Johannesburg 

Consolidated Investment Company, Limited. 

.' Address : 23 Upper Hamilton Terrace, N.W. 

[Died 30 Nov. 1908. 

BARNES, General Ardley Henry Falwasser, 
R M L.I., J.P. ; b. 23 April 1837 ; m. 18G9, 
A. W. Maria, e. d. of late Rev. T. L. J. 
Sunderland of Ravensden Grange, Bedford- 
shire, and Coley, Yorkshire. Entered army, 
1854 ; General, 1901 ; retired, 1902 ; served 
China War, 1854-58 (despatches, medal with 



BARNES 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



two clasps). Address : 4 Crescent Road, 
Alverstoke. [Died 17 Feb. 1910. 

BARNES, Fancourt, M.D., F.R.S.E. ; Physician 
Royal Maternity Charity of London ; *. of 
late Robert Barnes, M.D., Consulting 
Obstetric Physician St. George's Hospital. 
Educ. : Merchant Taylors' School ; College 
de Honfleur, France ; Lincoln Coll., Oxford. 
M.D. ; Ch. M. Aberd. ; M.R.C.P. Lond. ; 
F.R.S.E. Formerly Sub-editor British 
Medical Journal, and Editor British Gyneco- 
logical Journal ; Hon. Corresp. Member, 
Gynecological Soc., Boston, U.S.A. ; Hon. 
Memb. Academic Imp. de Me'decine, Con- 
stantinople ; Membre Corresp. de la Soctete' 
de Gynecologic et d'Obste'trique de Paris ; 
Consulting Physician to the Prudential 
Assurance Company ; Consulting Physician 
to the Royal Maternity Charity of London ; 
late Consulting Physician British Lying-in 
Hospital ; Senior Physician Chelsea Hos- 
pital for Women. Publications : System of 
Obstetric Medicine; Manual of Midwifery 
for Midwives ; Perinseorrhaphy by Flap 
Splitting. Address : 15 Chester Terrace, 
Regent's Park, N.W. Clubs : Conservative, 
New Oxford and Cambridge, New Thames 
Yacht ; Travellers', Paris. 

[Died 20 Feb. 1908. 

BARNES, Frederick Dallas, Managing Director 
Peninsular and Oriental Co. ; b. Blackheath, 
17 Sept. 1843 ; s. of W. G. Barnes and Sarah 
Peake, d. of Thomas Marsden. Educ. : 
Egypt House, Cowes. Entered service P. 
and O. Co., proceeding to China in 1860 ; 
was representative of the Company in 
Shanghai for some years. Recreations : 
shooting, golf. Address : 47 Queen's Gate 
S.W. ; Hartley Court, Longfleld, Kent. 
Club : Reform. [Died 30 Nov. 1899. 

BARNETT, George Alfred, C.I.E. 1884 ; Agent, 

G.I.P. Railway, Bombay, retired 1900. 

Address : Breach Candy, Wallington, Surrey. 

[Died 20 Feb. 1903. 

BARNETT, Rev. Samuel Augustus, hon. D.C.L. 
Oxon ; Canon of Bristol, 1893 ; Canon of 
Westminster, 1908 ; Steward of West- 
minster from 1911 ; one of the Founders 
and Warden of Toynbee Hall, Whitechapel, 
1884-1906 ; President of Toynbee Hall from 
1 906 ; President of the Sunday Society ; b. 
Bristol, 8 Feb. 1844 ; *. of F. A Barnett ; 
m. Henrietta Rowland, 1873. Educ. : 
privately; Wadham Coll. Oxford (M.A.) 
2nd class Law and History ; Select Preacher, 
Oxford University, 1895; Cambridge Uni- 
versity, 1899 and 1905. Curate, St. Mary, 
Bryanston Square, 1867-72; Vicar, St. 
Jude's, Whitechapel, 1872-94; Chairman 
Whitechapel Board of Guardians, 1894, 
Children's Country Holiday Fund, Pupil 
Teachers' Scholarship Fund, and White- 
chapel Art Gallery Trustees. Publications : 
Practicable Socialism, conjointly with Mrs. 
Barnett, 1893 ; Service of God, 1897 ; 
Religion and Progress, 1907 ; Towards 
Social Reform, 1909 ; Religion and Politics, 
1911. Recreations : reading and meditation. 
Address: 4 Little Cloisters, Westminster 
Abbey. [Died 17 June 1913. 

BARNEWALL, Sir Reginald Aylmer John de 
Barneval, 10th Bt. ; cr. 1622 ; b. 16 Feb. 
1838; S. father, 1838. Educ. : Catholic 
University, Dublin. Heir : kinsman, John 
Robert, eldest male descendant of John 
Barnewall of Kilmurry, Co. Meath, next 
brother of 8th Baronet. Address : 23 
Cliveden Place, S.W. Clubs : St. James's, 
Brooks's, Wellington ; Kildare Street, 
Dublin. [Died 9 March 1909. 

BARNICOAT, John Wallis ; occupying and 

cultivating freehold farm, Waimea, Nelson ; 

b. Falmouth, England, 3 June 1814 ; m. 

1849. Educ. : Falmouth Proprietary School. 

42 



Followed profession of surveyor and civil 
engineer in England, till 1841 ; arrived in 
New Zealand, 1842 ; engaged immediately 
surveying districts afterwards known as 
Waimea East and Stoke, and divided them 
into allotments of 50 acres to the number of 
220, thus enabling the land purchasers from 
the New Zealand Company to occupy their 
lands hitherto unallotted ; then in connection 
with his partner, Mr. Thompson, similarly 
surveyed and stibdivided 10,000 acres of the 
Moutere forest and valley ; then occupied in 
various surveys till 1843, when they under- 
took a survey at the Wairau, where two 
other survey parties were similarly engaged ; 
these operations were attended by the most 
deplorable results ; the natives had all 
along declared their determination to prevent 
the survey and occupation of the Wairau 
lands by the settlers, and they had obstructed 
and removed two of the three survey parties ; 
his party being strong, and the survey being 
smaller than the others, it was finished at 
the time of the Maori obstructionist arrival 
at the Wairau, and his party had returned 
to Nelson, all except himself, who remained, 
and accompanied the magistrate and armed 
party who came from Nelson to enforce 
possession of the land in dispute ; the party 
opposing the Maories numbered 48 in all 
24 of whom lost their lives in the attack and 
subsequent massacre ; in 1844 he occupied 
and cultivated his land on the Waimea 
swamp, which soon became a fertile farm ; 
during a portion of 1844 was engaged with 
Mr. Tuckett, chief surveyor of the New 
Zealand . Company, in exploring the middle 
island in search of a suitable site for the 
Church of Scotland settlement, which 
resulted in the selection of Otago ; when 
the Constitution Act came into operation 
with its six Local Parliaments, he became a 
member of the Provincial Council of Nelson, 
and continued his membership during the 
22 years of provincialism, being its Speaker 
throughout, except in the first session ; at 
the same time took a full share in connection 
with the several local bodies, whether Road 
Boards, Land Board, School Committee, 
Education Board, or Board of College 
Governors, and was a member of the succes- 
sive Synods of the Church of England. 
Member Legislative Council, New Zealand, 
1883-1904. [Died Feb. 1905. 

BARR, Robert, novelist ; Editor of the Idler ; 
b. Glasgow. Educ. : Normal School, 
Toronto, Canada. Hon. M.A., University 
of Michigan ; Head Master, Public School, 
Windsor, Canada, until 1876 ; then joined 
editorial staff of the Detroit Free Press, 
U.S.A. ; came to England in 1881 ; m. 
1876, Miss Eva Bennett. Founded the Idler 
Magazine with Jerome K. Jerome in 1892. 
Publications : In a Steamer Chair, 1892 ; 
From whose Bourn, 1893 ; The Face and 
the Mask, 1894 ; Revenge ; In the Midst of 
Alarms, 1894 ; A Woman Intervenes, 1896 ; 
The Mutable Many, 1897 ; The Countess 
Tekla, 1899 ; The Strong Arm ; The Un- 
changing East, 1900 ; The Victors, 1901 ; 
Over the Border, 1902 ; The Tempestuous 
Petticoat, 1905 ; A Rock in the Baltic, 1906 ; 
The Measure of the Rule, 1907 ; Stranleigh's 
Millions, 1908 ; Cardillac, 1909 ; The Sword 
Maker, 1910. Recreations : golf, cycling, 
photography, travel. Address : Billhead, 
Woldingham, Surrey. Clubs : Devonshire, 
Savage, Cecil. [Died 21 Oct. 1912. 

BARRAN, Sir John, 1st Bt., cr. 1895 ; b. 1821 ; 
m. 1st, Ann, d. of M. Hirst; 2nd, 1878, 
Eliza, widow of J. Bilton, Scarborough. 
Partner in John Barran and Sons (retired) ; 
M.P. (L.), Leeds, 1876-85 ; Otley Division, 
West Riding. 1886-95 ; Mayor of Leeds, 
1870-72. #elr ; g, s. John, b. 1872. Address : 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



24 Queen's Gate, S.W. ; Chapel Allerton Hall 
Leeds. Club : Reform. [Died 3 May 1905 
BARRETT, Thomas J., Deputy-Lieut, of th 
City ; Carpenter and Master of the Barbers 
Company ; Chairman, A. & F. Pears, Ltd. 
London, New York, Chicago, Bombay, anc 
Melbourne ; Fellow Royal Microscopica 
and Statistical Societies ; b. London, 1 
May 1841. Publication: The Annals o 
Hampstead, 3 vols., 1912. Address : Bell 
Moor, Hampstead Heath, N.W. ; The Grove 
Pluckley, Kent. Clubs : Devonshire, Fly 
fishers', British Empire, Royal Automobile 
New York, New York. [Died 26 Apr. 1914 
BARRETT, Wilson, actor, dramatist, novelist 
and theatrical manager ; b. Essex ; s. of a 
farmer. Educ. : private school. Enterec 
the dramatic profession at the age of 17 
and remained on the stage until his death 
manager of Amphitheatre, Leeds, 1874 
successively lessee of Grand Theatre, Leeds 
Court Theatre, London, 1879 ; Princess*! 
Theatre, London, 1881 ; in 1886 went t( 
America ; returning thence, was manager o 
the Globe, 1887 ; during this tenancy twic< 
revisited America in 1888 and 1889 and 
in all paid live visits to that country ; under' 
took management of the Olympic in 1890 
Lyric Theatre, 1896 ; visited Australia, 1898 
and 1902; Lyceum 1899. Publications 
The Sign of the Cross ; Pharaoh ; Now-a 
Days ; The Daughters of Babylon ; In Olc 
New York, etc. ; adapted and produced 
Sienkiewicz's novel Quo Vadis. Recreation 
working. Clubs : Garrick, Green Room 
Savage. [Died 23 July 1904 

BARRINGTON, Charles George, C.B. 1887 
retired public servant ; b. 27 Oct. 1827 ; s. 
of Capt. Hon. George Barrington, R.N., 2nd 
s. of 5th Viscount Barrington and Lady 
Caroline, d. of 2nd Earl Grey; m. 1897, 
Mary Caroline, d. of late Capt. Gore Sellon, 
21st Bengal Native Infantry. Educ. : 
Charterhouse ; Trin. Coll., Camb. (M.A.). 
Clerk in the Treasury, 1848 ; private 
secretary to Viscount Palmerston and Earl 
Russell, 1856-66; subsequently Auditor of 
the Civil List ; Assist.-Secy. to the Treasury. 
Recreations : shooting, fishing. Address : 
13 Morpeth Mansions, S.W. Clubs : Welling- 
ton, Travellers', Lords', Leander, etc. 

[Died 22 Apr. 1911. 

BARRINGTON, 8th Viscount (cr. 1720), Percy 
Barrington. Baron Barrington, 1720 ; Baron 
Shute (U.K.) 1780. b. 22 Apr. 1825 ; S. 
b. 1886 ; m. Louisa, o.d. and heiress of Tully 
Higgins, 1845. Educ. : Eton. Lieut. Scots 
Guards, 1844-45. Owned about 6400 acres 
Heir : s. Hon. Walter Bulkeley Barrington, 
b. 1848. Address : 42 Half Moon Street, 
W. ; Beckett, Shrivenham, Berks. Clubs : 
Carlton, Travellers'. [Died 29 Apr. 1901. 
BARRON, Sir Henry Page-Turner, 2nd Bt. ; 
cr. 1841 ; Minister- Resident in Diplomatic 
Service ; retired 1890 ; b. 27 Dec. 1824 ; S. 
father, 1872. Educ. : Prior Park Coll. Bath. 
Attache* in Diplomatic Service, 1840 ; Paid 
Attach^, 1847 ; Secretary of Legation, 1858 ; 
Secretary of Embassy, 1866 ; Minister- 
Resident, 1883. Owned about 4680 acres. 
Publications : 45 Official Reports on Belgium, 
Portugal, Turkey, and Wurtemberg, pre- 
sented to Parliament ; Accumulative Bonds, 
a new form of security applicable to loans 
issupd by Governments, Corporations, etc. 
Address : 1 4 Goethestrasse, Stuttgart. 
Clubs : St. James's, Travellers', Wellington. 
[Died 13 Sept. 1900. 

BARROW, Admiral Arthur ; b. 25 Mar. 1853. 
Entered navy, 1865 ; Captain, 1889 ; served 
Straits of Malacca, 1874 ; Commander H.M.S. 
" Te"m^raire," 188 1-87 ; 3rd Assistant to 
Director of Naval Ordnance, 1888-90 ; Flag 
Captain H.M.S. " Raleigh." 1890-92 ; As- 
sistant-Director of Naval Intelligence, 1892- 



BARRY 

1895 and 1897-99; Flag Captain H.M.S. 
Majestic," Channel Squadron, 1895-97 
commanded H.M.S. " Prince George " 1899- 
Inm'o commanded H.M.S. "Excellent," 
1901-3; A.D.C. 1901-3 ; Member Ordnance 
Committee, 1903-4; Rear-Admiral, 1903; 
retired, 1906 ; Vice-Admiral on retired list, 
1907 ; Admiral, 1911. Address : Coleridge 
House, Clevedon, Somerset 



BARROW, Co,. n e, 

D.S.O. ; A.Q.M.G., India ; b. Bangalore, 18 
Oct. 1850 ; e. s. of Ma j -Gen. de S. Barrow ; 
m. Margaret, 2nd d. of Jasper Young of 
Garroch, New Galloway, N.B. 1898 Educ 
Cheltenham College. Ensign 101st Regt., 
1869; joined 105th Light Inf. 1869, and 
Indian Staff Corps, 1872 ; passed through 
Staff College, 1883 ; Afghan War, 1878-80 
(medal), Afghan Boundary Commission. 
1884-85 (despatches, Brevet of Major and 
C.M.G.) ; Chitral Relief Force Base Com- 
mandant (despatches, medal with clasp and 
D.S.O.) ; D.A.Q.M.G., Peshawur, 1875; 
D.A.Q.M.G., Gwalior, 1881; Intelligence 
Division War Office, 1886-91; Personal 
Asst. Mil. Member of Indian Council, 1891. 
Address : Indian Staff Corps. Club : Naval 
and Military. [Died 5 Jan. 1903. 

BARROW, John, F.R.S. ; Lieut.-Col. V.D., 
F.S.A., F.R.G.S. ; retired ; b. 1808 ; 2nd *. 
of Sir John, 1st Bt. Educ. : Charterhouse. 
Keeper of Records, Admiralty ; took active 
part in promoting search for Sir John 
Franklin ; presented with a handsome silver 
ornament representing Arctic Circle by the 
officers engaged in search. Publications : 
Naval Worthies in Queen Elizabeth's Reign ; 
Life of Sir Francis Drake Expeditions on 
the Glaciers ; Mt. Blanc, Mte. Rosa Col du 
Ge"ant, etc. Recreations : mountaineering 
ascended Mt. Blanc (by the Anclen 
Passage) Mte. Rosa and Col du Ge'ant. etc. ; 
member of Alpine Club. Address : 17 
Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, London ; 
Kingham, Oxford. Clubs : Athenceum, 
Alpine. [Dud 9 Dec. 1898. 

BARROW, Sir John Croker, 3rd Bt. ; cr. 1835 ; 
b. 8 July 1833 ; S. father 1876 ; m. Emily, 
d. of Nathaniel Merriman, M.D., 1857. 
Educ. : Harrow ; University Coll. Oxford. 
M.A. 1858. Barr. 1869. Publications: 
Arden> a Poem ; Valley of Tears ; Towards 
the Truth ; Mary of Nazareth ; Seven Cities 
of the Dead ; and other poems. Heir : s. 
Francis, b. 1862. Address: Eagle Lodge, 
Ramsgate. [Died 23 Sept. 1900. 

BARRY, Right Rev. Alfred. D.D. Camb. ; 
D.C.L. Oxford ; LL.D. Durham ; Canon 
of Windsor, 1891 ; Assistant Bishop in West 
London, 1897 ; b. London, 15 Jan. 1826 ; 
2nd . of Sir Charles Barry, R.A. ; m. Louisa 
Victoria, d. of Rev. Canon T. S. Hughes, 
1851 ; two s. Educ King's Coll London ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. 4th Wrangler; 2nd 
Smith's Prizeman ; 1st class in Classical 
Tripos 1848 ; Fellow Trin. Coll. Camb., 
1849 ; Sub-Warden Trin. Coll. Glenalmond, 
1849-54; Headmaster, Leeds Grammar 
School, 1854-62; Principal, Cheltenham 
Coll., 1862-68; Principal, King's Coll., 
London, 1868-83 ; Canon of Worcester, 
1871-81 ; Westminster, 1881-84 ; Chaplain 
to the Queen, 1875-84 ; Bishop of Sydney 
and Primate of Australia, 1884-89. Assis- 
tant Bishop in diocese of Rochester, 1889- 
1891 ; Rector of St. James's, Piccadilly, 
1895-1900. Publications: Introduction to 
Old Testament, 1850 ; Life of Sir C. Barry, 
R.A., 1867 ; Boyle Lectures, 1876, 1877, 
1878 ; Sermons at Cheltenham College, 1865 ; 
at Worcester Cathedral, 1881 ; at West- 
minster Abbey, 1884; First Words in 
Australia, 1884 ; Christianity and Socialism, 
1891 ; Bampton Lectures, 1892 ; England s 



BARRY 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Mission to India, 1894 ; Hulsean Lectures, 
1895 ; Teacher's Prayer Book (15 ed.) ; 
Teacher's Prayer Book adapted to the use 
of the American Church, 1899 ; The Position 
of the Laity (Outlook Series), 1903. The 
Christian Sunday, its history, etc., 1904. 
Address : The Cloisters, Windsor Castle. 

[Died 1 Apr. 1910. 

BARRY, Rt. Hon. Charles Robert, Lord Justice 
of Appeal, Ireland, from 1883 ; b. 1825 ; 
m. d. of David Fitzgerald, Dublin, 1855. 
Irish Bar, 1848 ; Q.C. 1859 ; Law Adviser 
to the Crown, 1865 ; M.P. Dungarvan, 
1865-68 ; Solicitor-Gen, for Ireland, 1868-70 ; 
Attorney-Gen. 1870-72. 

[Died 15 May 1897. 

BARRY, Sir Francis Tress, 1st Bt., cr. 1899 ; 
D.L., J.P. ; Jubilee Medal and Bar ; Baron 
de Barry (Portugal) ; b. London, 1825 ; 
m. o. d. of Arthur Herron, 1851 ; four s. 
two d, Educ. : privately. H.M. Vice- 
Cousul for province of Biscay, Spain, 1846 ; 
Acting Consul for Provinces of Biscay, 
Santander, and Guipuzcoa, 1847 ; Consul- 
General in England for the Republic of 
Ecuador, 1872; M.P. (C.) Windsor 1890-1906. 
Recreations : shooting, fishing, antiquarian 
research. Owned 4500 acres. Heir : *. 
Edward Arthur [Major Berks. Imp. Yeo. ; 
b. 25 April 1858; m. 1st, 1883, Kathleen 
Ellen (d. 1885), d. of Percy Bicknell ; 2nd, 
1891, Eleanor Margaret, d. of Col. C. H. S. 
Scott. Address : Ockwells Manor, Bray, 
Berks.] Address: St. Leonard's Hill, 
Windsor ; 1 South Audley Street, W. ; 
Keiss Castle, Caithness. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 28 Feb. 1907. 

BARRY, Rear-Admiral Sir Henry Deacon, 
K.C.V.O., cr. 1906; C.V.O., 1905; Com- 
manding 3rd Cruiser Squadron from 1906 ; 
b. 27 Nov. 1849 ; married ; one *. one d. 
Entered Navy, 1863 ; Lieutenant, 1873, 
Commander, 1884; Captain, 1892; Assist- 
ant Director of Naval Intelligence, 1893-95 ; 
Member of Ordnance Committee, 1899-1900 ; 
Director of Naval Ordnance and Torpedoes, 
1903-4 ; Admiral - Superintendent Ports- 
mouth Dockyard, 1905. Address: Ports- 
mouth Dockyard. Clubs : United Service 
Naval and Military. [Died 14 Nov. 1908. 
BARRY, John Arthur, journalist in Sydney, 
N.S.W. ; contributed to English periodical 
literature ; b. Torquay, 1850 ; unmarried. 
To sea, at 13, in British Merchant Service ; 
left it after 12 years' voyaging to all parts 
of the world, with a chief mate's certificate ; 
went in 1870 on to the Palmer and other 
Australian diggings, then travelled over the 
five colonies, droving, digging, boundary 
riding, etc., returning eventually to the sea 
and remaining for some years on the coast, 
either before the mast or aft of it, both in 
steam and under canvas ; in 1879 back to 
the Bush again as overseer and station 
manager ; first literary contribution pub- 
lished in London Times in 1884 ; settled 
finally in Sydney. Publications : Steve 
Brown's Bunyip, 1893 ; In the Great Deep 
1895 ; The Luck of the Native Born, 1898 
A Son of the Sea, 1899 ; Against the Tides 
of Fate, 1899 ; Old and New Sydney, 1901 
Bed Lion and Blue Star, 1902 ; Sea Yarns 
1910. Recreations : boating, motoring 
chess. Addtess : Town and Country 
Journal and Evening News Office, Sydney 
N.S. Wales. [Died 23 Sept. 1911 

BARRY, Redmond, E.G. ; M.P. (L.) North 
Tyrone from 1907 ; Lord Chancellor, Ireland 
from 1911 ; b. 1866; 3rd s. of Patrick Barry 
of Hill View, Cork ; m. 1895, Ethel, 3rd d. of 
Edward Pyke of Merton Bank, Southport 
R.A. Royal University of Ireland. Called to 
Bar, 1888 : Solicitor-General, Ireland, 1905- 
1909 jj Attorney- General, Ireland, 1909-11 



Address : 10 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin. 

Clubs : Reform ; Stephen's Green, Dublin. 

[Died 11 July 1913. 

BARTLET, Rev. T. J., M.A. ; Canon of Lincoln ; 
b. London 1833 ; s. of Dr. Bartlet ; m. 1871, 
Frances Brooke ; one s. two d. Educ. : 
S. Paul's School; Corpus Christ! College, 
Cambridge. Deacon, 1858; Priest, 1859; 
Curate of Caistor, 1858-60; Curate Gains- 
borough, 1860-67 ; Vicar S. John's, Mans- 
field, 1867-81 ; Tutor at Scholse Cancellarii, 
Lincoln, 1883-88. Address : The Mere, 
Little Houghton, Northampton. 

[Died 4 March 1915. 

BARTLETT, Sir Ellis Ashmead-, Kt. ; cr. 
1892 ; Lieut. 4th Batt. Bedfords. Regt. ; 
M.P. (C.) Ecclesall Division, Sheffield, from 
1885 ; b. 1849 ; s. of Ellis Bartlett, Plymouth. 
Mass., U.S.A., and Sophia, d. of J. K 
Ashmead, Philadelphia ; m. Frances, d. of 
H. E. Walsh, 1874. Educ. : Torquay; 
Christ Church, Oxford. B.A., 1st class 
Honours, 1872. Barr. 1877. M.P. Suffolk 
(Eye), 1880-85; Civil Lord of Admiralty. 
1885-86, 1886-92 ; served in S. Africa, 1900. 
Publication: The Battlefields of Thessaly 
1897. Address : Grange House, East- 
bourne. Clubs : Carlton, St. Stephen's, 
Wellington. [Died 18 Jan. 1902. 

BARTLEY, Sir George Christopher Trout, 
K.C.B., cr. 1902; b. 22 Nov. 1842; m. 
1864, Mary Charlotte, d. of Sir Henry Cole ; 
four s. one d. Educ. : University College 
School. Assist.-Director of Science Division 
of Science and Art Department till 1880; 
resigned to stand for Parliament ; estab- 
lished National Penny Bank to promote 
thrift, 1875; M.P. North Islington, 1885- 
1906. Publications : A Square Mile in the 
East of London, 1870; Schools for the 
People, 1871 ; Provident Knowledge Papers, 
1872 ; The Seven Ages of a Village Pauper, 
1874; The Parish Net. 1875, Address: 
St. Margaret's House, 57 Victoria Street, 
Westminster. Clubs : Athenaeum Carlton. 

[Died 13 Sept. 1910. 

BARTTELOT, Sir Walter George, 2nd Bt. ; 
cr. 1875 ; b. 11 April 1855 ; X. father 1893 ; 
m. Georgina, d. of G. E. Balfour, The Manor, 
Sidtnouth, 1879. Educ. : Eton. Capt. 5th 
Dragoon Guards (retired). Heir : s. Walter, 
1880. Address: Stopham House, Pul- 
borough, Sussex. Clubs : Carlton, Junior 
United Service. [Died 23 July 1900. 

BARTY, James Webster, Doctor of Laws; 
Procurator-Fiscal of West Perthshire ; Presi- 
dent of the Association of Procurators-Fiscal 
in Scotland; Joint Secretary of the In- 
corporated Society of Law Agents in Scot- 
land ; Joint Agent of Bank of Scotland, 
Dunblane ; Land Agent, Solicitor, and 
Notary Public : b. Manse of Bendochy, 
Perthshire, 1 Nov. 1841 ; *. of Very Rev. 
James S. Barty, D.D., Minister of Bendochy 
Parish, Moderator of General Assembly of 
Church of Scotland, 1868; g.s. of Rev. 
Thomas Barty, Minister successively of 
Parishes of Monzie, Newtyle, and Bendochy, 
and of James Webster of Balruddery, near 
Dundee ; m. 1866, Anne Moubray, o. surv. d. 
of Alexander Boyd, Solicitor, Stirling; 
four *. eight d. Educ. : Universities of St. 
Andrews and Edinburgh. President of the 
Incorporated Society of Law Agents in 
Scotland for usual term ; has been Chairman 
of Parish Councils and of School Boards ; 
for a long period Member of Western District 
Committee of County Council of Perthshire ; 
served as officer in Volunteer Force, retiring 
with rank of Major ; has represented Royal 
Burgh of Culross in General Assembly of 
Church of Scotland for forty-four years. 
Publications : Mackenzie Wharncliffe Deeds 
(dealing with life of Sir George Mackenzie, 
Lord Advocate, and other historical person- 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



ages) ; Religious Doubts of Common Men ; 
numerous papers and pamphlets. Recrea- 
tions : shooting, fishing, golf. Address 
Glenacres, Dunblane, N.B. Clubs : Univer- 
sity, Edinburgh ; Royal and Ancient Golf. 
St. Andrews. [Died 23 May 1915. 

HARWELL, Rev. Arthur Henry Sanxay, M.A 
F.S.A. ; Prebendary of Fittleworth ; Canon 
of Chichester ; b. 13 July 1834 ; s. of Osborne 
Barwell, late Captain llth Dragoons ; m 
F. B. R., d. of A. Foster-Melliar, late of 
Wells, Somerset. Educ. : Trin. Coll. Camb 
Ordained by Bishop of Ely, 1860 ; Curate 
of Silsoe, Beds, 1860-64; Wittersham, 
Kent, 1864 ; Vicar of Southwater, Sussex, 
1864-74 ; Rector of Clapham, 1874-1904 
and Patching, 1888-1904; Rural Dean of 
Storrington IV., 1892-1905 ; Proctor in 
Convocation for Clergy of Archdeaconry of 
Chichester, 1895-1905. Address : Blech- 
Ingley House, Blechingley. Club : United 
University. [Died 15 Nov. 1913. 

BARWICK, Sir John Storey, 1st Bt. ; cr. 
1912 ; J.P. ; coal-owner ; Director of 
Northumberland Shipbuilding Company 
b. 1840 ; m. Margaret (d. 1908) d. of late 
George Short, of Pallion ; two s. four d. 
Heir : s. John Storey, b. 1876. Address : 
Ashbrooke Grange, Sunderland ; Thimbleby, 
Northallerton. [Died 12 Aug. 1915. 

BASHFORD, John Laidlay, M.A., Trinity 
College, Cambridge; Knight of Prussian 
Order of Red Eagle ; author and journalist ; 
b. Norwood Green, Middlesex ; 2nd s of 
Frederick Bashford, formerly of Surdah, 
Bengal, and Barvins, Northaw Herts, and 
Mary Elizabeth, d. of Captain George Butler, 
R.N. ; m. 1st, 1883, Gabriele (d. 1893), 
4th d. of Colonel von Kameke (Prussian 
army) ; 2nd, 1897, Norah Isabelle, e. d. of 
Alfred John O 'Nolan-Martin, M.A., Phil.D. ; 
three *. one d. Educ. : Harrow ; Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge ; Moral Sciences Tripos, 
1873. Engaged in private tuition, 1875-82 ; 
Lecturer at University of Berlin, 1882-90 ; 
on Editorial Staff of the Daily Telegraph as 

i correspondent in Berlin, 1885-1903; sent 
frequently on special missions to Russia and 
elsewhere; from 1903 contributed from 
Berlin to Manchester Guardian, Daily 
Graphic, Pall Mall Gazette, Westminster 
Gazette, and Birmingham Daily Post. 
Publications : Elementary Education in 
Saxony ; The Hatzfeldt Letters (translated 
from the French) ; Life and Labour in 
Germany Infirmity and Old Age Pensions 
in Germany ; Hohenzollern Jagdschlosser 
(translated into German) ; contributions to 
Nineteenth Century, Fortnightly Review, 
Contemporary, Empire, and North American 
Reviews; Brassey's Naval Annual (the 
German Navy), Badminton Magazine 
(Hohenzollern Home of Sport), Strand 
Magazine (Kaiser Wilhelm II.), Field, etc. 
Recreations : shooting, riding, gardening. 
Address : 9 Hardenberg Strasse, Charlotten- 
burg, Berlin. Clubs : Oxford and Cambridge, 
Club von Berlin. [Died 22 Dec. 1908 

BASHYAM AIYANGAR, Sir Venbakam, Kt. ;' 
C.I.E. Diwan Bahadur. Distinguished career 
at Madras Bar, and a member of the local 
Legislative Council for many years ; acted 
as Advocate-General on three occasions ; 
one of the Judges of His Majesty's High 
Court of Judicature at Madras, 1900-3. 
Recipient of a faghir for life, conferred on 
the occasion of the Delhi Durbar, held on 
1 Jan. 1902, for distinguished public services. 
Address : Mylapore, Madras. 

[Died 18 Nov. 1908. 

BASS, Hamar Alfred, M.P. (L.U.), West 
Staffordshire, 1885-86, and from 1886 Master 
Meynell Fox Hounds. Heir to brother's 
(Lord Burton) baronetcy ; Director in Bass 



BATEMAN 

and Co., brewers ; b. 1342 ; 2nd s of latn 
Michael T. Bass, M.P. ; m. Louisa d of 
3rd Baron Bagot, 1879. Edit*.: Harrow 
M,P. Tamworth, 1878-85. Address : 145 
PiccadiUy, W.; Byrkley Lodge, and Need- 
wood House, Burton - on - Trent. Clubs 
Reform, Devonshire, Windham, Union 



3rd Duo de, 



ans - 



A d 'Hooghvorst; m 

Anne Claire Symes of Quebec; 
Address : 9 Rue Dumont d' Urville 
[DM 6 May 1906! 
Rev. William Pollexfen ; b. 12 Jan. 
1832; *. of Edmund Pollexfen Bastard 
M.P ; m 1859, Caroline, d. of Admiral 
Woollcombe. Educ. : Eton; Balliol Col- 
lege, Oxford. Deacon, 1856 ; Priest 1857 
Curate of Buckland-'in-the-Moor; Devon; 
1856-60; Cornworthy, Devon, 1860-62- 
Perpetual Curate of Brixton, Devon, 1862-66* 
Rector of Lezant, Cornwall, 1866-96. Ad- 
dress : Buckland Court, Ashburton, Devon 

BATCHELOR, Hon. Egerton' 



. 

External Affairs Commonwealth of Australia 
1908; M.P Boothby; b. Adelaide, 10 April 
1865 ; m. 1890, Rosina Mooney. Educ 
North Adelaide Public School. State School 
Teacher 1877 M.L.A., West Adelaide 
1893-1901 ; Leader of Parliamentary Labour 
Party, 1897-99 ; Minister of Agriculture and 
Education, 1899-1901 ; Minister for Home 
Affairs, 1904-8. Address : Melbourne, Aus- 
tralia. [Di^ 8 Oct. 1911. 

A TE, Percy; F.S.A. (Scot.); Director, 
Aberdeen Art Gallery, from 1911 ; b Man- 
chester, 1868 ; e. s. of Orthis and Elizabeth 
Bate; m. Mary, d. of late Henry Turner, 
Newland, Sussex; one a. Educ. : Maid- 
stone Grammar School. Assistant, Maid- 
stone Museum ; curator, Holborne Art 
Museum, Bath, 1891-1900 ; Secretary, Royal 
Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, 1900-11 ; 
Member of Executive Scot. Nat. Exhibitions, 
Edinburgh (1908) and Glasgow (1911)! 
Publications: The English Pre-Raphaelite 
Painters, 1898; Art at the Glasgow Ex- 
hibition, 1901 ; The Future of Oil Painting, 
1903 ; English Table Glass, 1905 ; Modern 
Scottish Portrait Painters, 1910 ; contribu- 
tions to Glasgow Herald, Studio, Art Journal 
Connoisseur, Magazine of Fine Arts, Scottish 
Art and Letters, and other artistic magazines. 
Recreations : collector of old English glass, 
designer of bookbindings in illuminated 
vellum, collector wax portrait medallions, 
keen on heraldry and genealogy. Address : 
Art Gallery, Aberdeen. Clubs : United 
Arts : Northern Arts, Aberdeen. 

[Died 19 Oct. 1913. 

BATEMAN, Edward Louis, C.B., cr. 1898; 
Assistant Secretary to the Ecclesiastical 
Commissioners ; retired June 1897 ; b. 
Mickleover, Derbyshire, 15 Sept. 1834; s. 
of late Rev. John Bateman, Rector of East 
and West Leake, Notts ; unmarried. Educ. : 
Marlborough and University College, Oxford 
(B.A.) ; called to Bar, Inner Temple 1866. 
Recreations : in early life a cricketer, and 
played for his University against Cambridge 
in the years 1854 and 1855. Addrest : 47 
Duke Street St. James's, S.W. ; Rowditch 
Lodge, Derby Clubs : Oxford and Cam- 
bridge. United University, Windham. 

[Died 25 Jan. 1909. 

BATEMAN, Sir Frederic; cr. 1892; M.D. 
(Aberd.), 1850; LL.D. 1893; F.R.C.P. 
(Lond.), 1876 ; J.P County Norfolk ; . of 
John Bateman, Norwich ; b. 1824 ; m. 1855, 
Emma Browntield, o. d. and heiress of John 
Gooderson, Heigham Fields House, Norwich 
(d. 1897). Laureate of the Academy of 
45 



BATEMAN 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Medicine of France ; corresponding member 
Psychiatrical Society of St. Petersburg ; 
hon. member New York Neurological 
Society ; Foreign Associate Medico-Psycho- 
logical Society of Paris ; Consulting Phy- 
sician to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. 
Publications : Aphasia, and the Localisation 
of Speech (2nd ed.), to which was awarded the 
Alvarenga prize of the Academy of Medicine 
of France ; Darwinism Tested by Language ; 
The Idiot and his Place in Creation (2nd ed.), 
etc. Address: Upper St. Giles Street, 
Norwich ; Burlingham Lodge, Alburgh, 
Harleston, Norfolk. [Died 10 Aug. 1904. 

BATEMAN, John, J.P., D.L. ; b. 1839 ; e. s. of 
late James Bateman and Maria Sibylla, d. 
of Rev. R. Egerton-Warburton of Arley, 
Chester ; m. 1865, Hon. Jessy Caroline, 2nd 
d. of late Hon. Richard Bootle-Wilbraham, 
and s. of 1st Earl of Lathom. Educ. : 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge. Address : The 
Hall, Brightlingsea, Colchester. Club : 
Carlton. [Died 12 Oct. 1910. 

BATEMAN, 2nd Baron (cr. 1837), William 
Bareman Bateman Hanbury, Lord-Lieut, of 
Hereford from 1852 ; Hon. Col. 4th Batt., 
Shropshire Light Infantry ; b. 28 July 1826 ; 
S. father 1845 ; m. Agnes, d. of Gen. Sir 
Edward Kerrison, Bt., K.C.B., 1854. Educ.: 
Eton ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Lord-in- Waiting 
to H.M. 1858-9. Heir: s. Hon. William 
Spencer Bateman Hanbury-Kincaid-Lennox, 
b. 1856. Address : Shobdon Court, Shobdon, 
Hereford ; Oakley Park, Hoxne, Scole ; 
Broom Hall, Eye. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 30 Nov. 1901. 

BATEMAN - HANBURY, Major Edward 
Reginald, J.P., D.L, late Rifle Brigade; 
2nd s. of 2nd Baron .and heir pres. to 3rd 
Baron Bateman ; b. 30 May 1859. Clubs : 
Boodle's, Naval and Military Pratt's. 

[Died 1 June 1907. 

BATES, Sir Edward Bertram, 3rd Bt. ; cr. 
1880 ; b. 7 March 1877 ; s. of 2nd Bt. and 
Constance, d. of late S. R. Graves, M.P. 
Liverpool; S. father 3 899. Heir: b. Percy, 
b. 1879. Address : Gyrn Castle, Holywell, 
Flintshire ; Beechenhurst, Allerton, Liver- 
pool. [Died 6 March 1903. 
ATES, Sir Edward Percy, 2nd Bt. ; cr. 1880 ; 
b. 17 Aug. 1845 ; S. father 1896 ; m. Con- 
stance, d. of late S. R. Graves, M.P. Liver- 
pool, 1876. Owned about 5700 acres. Heir : 
8. Edward, b. 1877. Address : Gyrn Castle, 
Holywell, Flintshire. [Died 31 Dec. 1899. 

BATES, Harry, A.R.A. 1892 ; b. 1851. Began 
life as architect's clerk ; then entered Royal 
Academy Schools ; studied in Paris under 
Rodin. Exhibited sculpture at R.A. ; large 
equestrian statue of Lord Roberts ; works 
in relief, etc. Address : 10 Hall Road, St. 
John's Wood, N.W. [Died 30 Jan. 1899. 

BATES, Rev. Canon T., L.Th. ; Vicar of St. 
Mary's, Balham, from 1879 ; Rural Dean 
of Streatham ; Hon. Canon of Southwark ; 
b. 22 Aug. 1842; m. 1890, Emily A. J. 
Howes, widow of General Augustus Howes, 
R.A. ; no c. Educ. : Coventry Grammar 
School ; University, Durham. Formerly 
second master of Dundalk Grammar School ; 
afterwards assistant master of Marlow Place ; 
then went to Durham University, where he 
took Theological Exhibition ; ordained to 
St. Peter's, Vauxhall, where he worked 
1872-79. Recreations : change of work, 
walking in Switzerland favourite. Address : 
193 Balham High Road, S.W. 

[Died 6 Feb. 1911, 

BATESON, Mary, Historical Writer ; Fellow of 
Newnham College ; b. Robin Hood's Bay. 
1865 ; d. of late Rev. W. H. Bateson, D.D., 
Master of St. John's College, Cambridge. 
Educ. : Newnham College, Cambridge. 
Publications : Syon Monastery Library 
Catalogue ; Records of Borough of Leicester ; 



pool 
BATE! 



Medieval England ; Borough Customs 
(Selden Society) ; Contributor to Traill's 
Social England ; Dictionary of National 
Biography ; Cambridge Modern History ; 
English Historical Review. Address : 9 
Huntingdon Road, Cambridge. 

[Died 30 Nov. 1906. 

BATHER, Yen. Henry Francis, M.A. ; Canon 
Residentiary of Hereford ; Archdeacon of 
Ludlow from 1897 ; b. 8 Feb. 1832 ; y. s. of 
late John Bather, Recorder of Shrewsbury ; 
m. Elizabeth Mary, d. of late Rev. T. D. 
Atkinson, Vicar of Rugeley. Educ. : Marl- 
borough ; St. John's Coll. Camb. Ensign 
E.I.C. Service. 1848-51 ; Holy Orders, 1855 ; 
Vicar of Meole Brace, Shrewsbury, till 1897. 
Address : Cathedral Close, Hereford . 

[Died 10 Sept. 1905. 

BATHURST, Charles, J.P. ; b. 1836 e. 8. of 
late Rev. William Hiley Bathurst and Mary 
Anne, 4th d. of Matthew Rhodes ; m. 18(34, 
Mary Elizabeth (d. 1885), o. d. of late Lt.-Col. 
Hay. Heir : Charles, Barr.-at-Law, Inner 
Temple ; a J.P. Co. Gloucester ; Lieut. R. 
Monmouth Engineer Mil. ; b. 1867 ; m. 
1898, Bertha Susan Lopes, y. d. of 1st Lord 
Ludlow. Owned 4098 acres. Address : 
Lydney Park, Gloucester. 

[Died 22 March 1907. 

BATHURST, Ven. Frederick ; Archdeacon of 
Bedford from 1873 ; Rector of Holwell 1884- 
1902 ; m. 1st, Catherine Georgiana (d. 1902), 
d. of late Rev. Calvert F. Moore ; 2nd, 1904, 
Elizabeth Frances, widow of Rev. J. L. 
Hamilton ; one s. two d. Educ. : Merton 
College, Oxford (Jackson Scholar). Vicar of 
Diddington, Huntingdons, 1857-74 ; Biggies- 
wade, 1874-84. Address : Grove House, 
Aspley Guise, R.S.O., Beds. 

[Died 23 Sept. 1910. 

BATHURST, Sir Frederick Thomas Arthur 
Hervey, 4th Bt. ; cr. 1818 ; b. 13 March 1833 ; 
S. father 1881; m. Ada, d. of Sir John 
Sheppey, Ribton, 1869. Educ. : Eton. 
Late Lieut.-Col. Grenadier Guards, 1861 ; 
served in Crimea, 1854-55 ; M.P. (C.) S. 
Wilts, 1861-65. Owned 10,000 acres. Heir : 
s. Frederick, b. 1870. Address : Clarendon 
Park, Salisbury. Clubs : Carlton, United 
Service. [Died 20 May 1900. 

BATTEN, John Winterbotham, Q.C. ; barrister- 
at-law ; b. Devonport, 3 June 1831 ; 2nd 
s. of John Batten and Mary Brend- Winter- 
botham of Cheltenham ; m. Sarah Lang- 
staffe, d. of Samuel Derry, M.D., of Plymouth, 
1854. Educ. : Millhill Grammar School. 
Articled to Lindsey Winterbotham, solicitor, 
Stroud ; called to the Bar, Hilary term, 
1872. Recreation: travel. Address: 15 
Airlie Gardens, Campden Hill, W. ; 3 
Harcourt Buildings Temple, E.G. Clubs : * 
Whitehall, National' Liberal. 

[Died 3 June 1901. 

BATTER SEA, 1st Baron (cr. 1892), Cyril 
Flower j Lord of the Treasury under Glad- 
stone's last administration, 1892 ; b. 1843 ; 
s. of P. W. Flower, Furzedown, Streatham, 
Surrey, and Mary, d. of J. Flower ; m. 
Constance, d. of Sir Anthony de Rothschild, 
Bt., 1877. Liberal. Broad Churchman. 
Won Brecon Constituency in 1880 ; sat till 
seat merged in county after the Reform 
Bill; thrice M.P. S. Bedfordshire; an 
ardent hunstman ; won the House of 
Commons Steeplechase, 1889 ; President of 
Recreative Evening School Association. 
Educ. : Harrow ; Trin. Coll. Camb. Owned 
paintings Golden Stairs, Burne-Jones ; 
Annunciation, Burne-Jones ; Madonna and 
Child, Botticelli; Madonna and Child, L. j 
da Vinci ; Portraits by Rubens, Moroni, 
Bassano, Sandys, Whistler; Morretti's (fine ; 
examples). Recreations : golf, tennis, yacht- j 
ing, hunting, botany, gardening ; diploma 
for photography, Vienna Exhibition. Heir : \ 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



none. Address : Overstrand, Cromer ; 
Aston Clinton, Tring, Herts ; Surrey House, 
7 Marble Arch, W. Clubs : Brooks's, 
Devonshire. [Died 28 Nov. 1907. 

BATTHYANY - STRATTMANN, H. S. H. 
Edmund, Prince and Count of the Holy 
Roman Empire ; Hereditary member of 
Hungarian Upper House ; Hereditary titular 
Ban of Croatia and Lord Lieutenant of 
County Eisenburg ; Chamber of Nobles in 
Upper and Lower Austria, Moravia, and 
Carinthia ; Prince in Bohemia ; Imperial 
Austrian Chamberlain and Privy Councillor ; 
b. Milan, 1826 ; e. s. of Prince G. Batthyany 
Strattmann and Baroness d'Ahrenfeldt ; S. 
father, 1883 ; m. 1901, Amelia Holzmann (b. 
Vienna, 1875). Educ. : Eton ; first foreigner 
and Catholic admitted ; was in the boats. 
Served in National Guard, 1848 ; Hon. 
Attache" Austrian Embassy in London under 
Count Beust ; Lieut. R.N.R. ; Founder of 
Y.R.A. Recreations : yacht racing, winner 
of 3 Queen's and many other Cups with 
Kriemhilda and Flying Cloud ; shooting, 
tennis, and lawn-tennis. Address : Castle 
Kormend, Hungary ; Bank Gasse 8, Vienna ; 
Claridge's Hotel, Brook Street, W. Clubs : 
Turf, Bath ; Royal Yacht Squadron, Cowes ; 
Royal Thames Yacht. [Died 26 Dec. 1914. 

BATTYE, Maj.-Gen. Arthur, C.B. 1881 ; I.S.C. ; 
b. 30 Oct. 1839. Entered army, 1857 ; Maj.- 
Gen. 1894 ; served Indian Mutiny, 1858 
(medal with clasp) ; N.W. Frontier, India, 
1864 (medal with clasp) ; Lushai Expedition, 
1871-72 (despatches, clasp) ; Afghan War, 
1878-80 (despatches, Brevet Lieut.-Col., 
C.B., medal with clasp, bronze decoration). 
[Died 13 June 1909. 

BATTYE, Maj.-Gen. Henry Doveton ; b. 1883 ; 
m. 1862, Susan (d. 1863), d. of J. J. Boswell, 
M.D. Served Indian Mutiny, 1857-59 
(medal). [Died 20 March 1915. 

BAUCHOP, Lieut.-Col. Arthur, C.M.G. 1902 ; 
New Zealand Staff Military ; appointed 
officer commanding Canterbury (New Zea- 
land) Military District, 1904; Wellington, 
1907 ; b. 1871 ; s. of late Robert Bauchop, 
Port Chalmers ; m. 1912, Mary Jean, d. of 
Henry R. Elder, Waikanae, N.Z. Educ. : 
Port Chalmers ; Otago Boys School, 
Dunedin ; went to South Africa as a 
subaltern in a New Zealand mounted corps 
early in 1900 ; worked continuously in the 
Western Transvaal and Natal for two and 
a half years ; despatches four times ; 
Captain, 1900 ; Major, 1901 ; Lieut.-Col., 
1902. Decorated for distinguished service 
in the field. Address : Defence Office, 
Otago, New Zealand. [Died 10 Aug. 1915. 

BAUDAINS, Capt. Philip, Royal Jersey Militia ; 
advocate, Royal Court of Jersey, and Presi- 
dent of local Bar ; proctor of the Ecclesiasti- 
cal Court ; constable (mayor) of St. Heller's 
and ex offlcio member of the States (Legis- 
ative Assembly) of Jersey ; several times 
formed part of deputations from the States 
to the Home Government ; ex-president 
Jersey Chamber of Commerce ; local 
secretary R.N. Lifeboat Institution ; b. St. 
John's, Jersey, 1836, of old Jersey family 
traced to the 13th century. Educ. : locally, 
and in Paris. Solicitor, 1858 ; admitted to 
Jersey Bar, 1868 ; elected first batonnier 
(president) thereof, 1892 ; again, 1903 ; 
awarded silver medal of Jersey Humane 
Society for saving life, 1869 ; elected 
constable, 1881 ; unanimously re-elected, 
1884, 1887, 1890, and 1893 ; declined 
re-election in 1896 owing to ill-health ; a 
bronze bust of him erected by public sub- 
scription in 1897 ; elected deputy for St. 
Heller's, in the States of Jersey, and again 
constable, 1899 ; re-elected for seventh term 
of 3 years, 1902; past S.G.W. Jersey 



BAYLEY 

Province of Freemasons. Address : Parade 
House, St. Heller's, Jersey. 

BAUOHAN, wmiam Fr JS/ &?*: 

1882 ; b. 15 Dec. 1834 ; y. s. of John Henry 
Baughan ; m. Mary, o. d. of Henry Taylor, 
1859. Educ. : private. Entered Trans- 
port Department of Admiralty, 1854; 
Assistant-Director of Transport, 1880-95 
(retired). Decorated for work in the De- 
partment during the Egyptian War of 1882. 
Address : 1 Acacia Gardens, N.W. 

[Died 10 March 1908. 

BAULKWILL, Rev. William Robert Kellaway, 
C.C. for the Shebbear Division of Devon ; 
Treasurer Connexional Funds, 1901-10 ; 
Secretary United Methodist Thanksgiving 
Fund ; Governor Bible Christian College, 
Shebbear, North Devon ; Secretary and 
Special Agent for late Bible Christian New 
Century Fund ; b. Shebbear, North Devon, 
28 May 1860 ; s. of William C. Baulkwill, 
Tintagel ; m. Mary Ann Mason ; four s. 
one d. Educ. : Shebbear Bible Christian 
Methodist College, North Devon. Entered 
ministry, 1882 ; President of Bible Christian 
Methodist Conference, 1904 ; Member of the 
Board of Guardians at Cardiff, representing 
the Roath Ward, 1895-98 ; C.C. for Isle of 
Wight, 1899-1902. Address : Bible Christian 
College, Shebbear, North Devon. 

[Died 9 Aug. 1915. 

BAXENDALE, Joseph William, J.P., D.L., 
M.A. ; Director of Phoenix Assurance Co. ; 
b. 1848 ; o. s. of Joseph Hornby Baxendale 
and Mary, o. surv. c. of William Brockedon, 
F.R.S. ; m. 1874, Frances Margaret Julia, 
o. surv. c. of Hon. Francis Scott, and sole 
heiress and representative of George, last 
Earl of Egremont ; one s. two d. Educ. : 
Harrow : Pembroke Coll. Oxford ; B.A. 
1871 ; M.A. 1873. Won Diving Prize at 
Harrow, 1863 ; and Ebrington Challenge 
Cup for swimming, 1864 ; rowed in College 
Eight, 1868-69-70; and in Winning Trial 
Eight, 1869 ; rowed in College Eight at 
Henley, 1868 and 1871 ; winning Thames 
Cup, 1868 ; Ladies' Plate, 1871 ; Master of 
Hursley Hounds, 1892-1902 ; High Sheriff of 
Hampshire, 1893. Recreations : all field 
sports. Address : 78 Brook Street, W. ; 
Preshaw House, Upham, Hants. Clubs : 
Junior Carlton, Wellington. Hurlingham. 

[Died 23 June 1915. 

BAXTER, Rev. Michael Paget, editor of 
Christian Herald ; b. at Doncaster, 7 Dec. 
1834 ; *. of Robert Baxter, Parliamentary 
Solicitor ; m. 1868, Elizabeth Foster of 
Evesham ; one *. Educ. : Tunbridste 
Public School ; Cambridge. Deacon, 1860. 
Publications : Future Wonders of Scripture 
Prophecies. Address : 62 Hamilton Road, 
Highbury, N.W. [Died 7 Jan. 1910. 

BAYLEY, Sir Lyttelton Holyoake, K.B. ; cr. 
1896 ; b. 6 May 1827 ; 2nd s. of Sir John 
E. G. Bayley, 2nd Bt. ; m. 1852, Isabella 
(d. I860), d. of A. Mactier, Durris House, 
Kincardineshire ; two s. one d. Educ. : 
Eton. Barr. Middle Temple, 1850; At- 
torney-General and member of Legislative 
Council, and subsequently of Legislative 
Assembly, New South Wales, 1859 ; Ad- 
vocate-General and member of Legislative 
Council, Bombay, 1866-69 ; Judge of 
High Court of Judicature, Bombay, 1869- 
1895 acted as Chief Justice on five occasions ; 
sometime Lieut.-Col. Commandant Bombay 
Volunteer Rifle Corps, and Hon. A.D.C. to 



!844 (captain,. <* 

BAYLEY, Thomas, J.P. ; M.P. (L.) Chester- 
field Div. Derbyshire from 1892 ; b. Lenton, 
Nottingham 3 June 1846; o. s. of late 



BAYLIS 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Thomas Bayley, Lenton Abbey, Nottingham ; 
m. 1874:, Annie (d. 1904), 2nd d. of Henry 
Farmer of Lenton ; two s. two d. Educ. : 
Amersham. Many years on Nottingham 
Town Council ; Alderman, Nottingham 
County Council ; contested Barkstone Ash 
Division of Yorkshire, 1885 ; Chesterfield, 
1886. Recreations : riding, fishing. Ad- 
dress : Peverel House, Nottingham ; Langar 
Hall, Notts. Clubs: National Liberal, 
Devonshire, Reform, Notts County. 

[Died 11 March 1906. 

BAYLIS, T. Henry, K.C., M.A. : Lt.-Col., 
V.D. ; Vice-President of the R.V.S. Institu- 
tion ; b. 1817 ; s. of Edward Baylis, J.P., 
D.L. Middlesex ; m. 1841, Louisa Lord (d. 
1900), y. d. of late John Ingle, Stonehouse 
and Sandford, Orleigh, Devon, J.P., D.L. ; 
two s. one d. Educ. : Harrow ; Brasenose 
College, Oxford. Open Scholarship Brasenose 
College, Special Pleader, 1840-65 ; Barr. 
Inner Temple, 1865 ; Q.C. 1875 ; Bencher, 
1877 ; Lector, 1898 ; Treasurer, 1899 ; 
Presiding Judge of Lord Mayor's Court of 
Passage, Liverpool, 1876-1903. Publica- 
tions : The Temple Church and Chapel of 
St. Ann, an Historical Record and Guide, 
3rd ed. ; Rights, Duties, and Relations of 
Domestic Servants, and 7th ed. with Analysis 
of and Comments on the Watermen's Com- 
pensation Act, 1906 ; Fire Hints ; Treasure 
Trove and Lost Property : Nelson's Famous 
Signal. Recreations : shooting, boating, 
riding, volunteer drill ; late 18th Middlesex 
Rifle Volunteers. Address : 15 Kensington 
Gardens Square, W. [Died 4 Oct. 1908. 

BAYLISS, Sir Wyke, K.B. ; cr. 1897 ; F.S.A. ; 
President of Royal Society of British Artists 
from 1888 ; President of Society of the Rose, 
Birmingham, 1899 ; Hon. Fellow Society of 
Architects ; Vice-President, Bristol Academy ; 
Hon. Member, Royal Society of Miniature 
Painters ; b. Madeley, Salop, 21 Oct. 1835 ; 
2nd s. of John Cox Bayliss of Prior's Leigh, 
and Anne Wyke of Shrewsbury ; m. Elise, d. 
of Rev. I. Broade of Longton, Staff., 1858. 
Educ. by his father, and at Somerset House, 
Marlborough House, and Royal Academy. 
R.B.A. 1865. Works : La Sainte Chapelle 
(R.A.), 1865 ; St. Lawrence, Nuremberg 
(Liverpool), 1887 ; St. Mark's, Venice 
(Nottingham), 1880; St. Peter's, Rome 
(R.B.A.), 1888; The Cathedral, Amiens 
(R.B.A.), 1900. Author of The Witness 
of Art, 1876 ; The Higher Life in Art, 1879 ; 
The Likeness of Christ Rex Regum, 1898 ; 
The Enchanted Island, 1888 ; Five Great 
Painters of the Victorian Era, 1902. Re- 
creation : chess champion for the county of 
Surrey, 1885-86. Address : 7 North Road, 
Clapham Park. Clubs : Royal Societies, 
Noviomagus. [Died 5 Apr. 1906. 

BAYLY, Ada Ellen (Edna Lyall), novelist ; b. 
Brighton ; y. d. of late Robert Bayly, Barr. 
Inner Temple ; y. d. of late Robert Bayly, 
Bencher and Treasurer of Gray's Inn. Educ. : 
Brighton. Publications : Won by Waiting, 
1879 ; Donovan, 1882 ; We Two, 1884 ; 
In the Golden Days, 1885 ; Their Happiest 
Christmas, 1886 ; Knight Errant, 1887 ; 
Autobiography of a Slander, 1887 ; A Hardy 
Norseman, 1889 ; Derrick Vaughan, Novelist, 
1889 ; To Right the Wrong, 1892 ; Doreen, 
the Story of a Singer, 1894 ; How the 
Children Raised the Wind, 1895 ; Auto- 
biography of a Truth, 1896 ; Wayfaring Men, 
1897 ; Hope the Hermit, 1898 ; In Spite of 
All, 1901 ; The Hinderers, 1902. Address : 
6 College Road, Eastbourne. 

[Died 8 Feb. 1903. 

BAYLY, Francis Albert, I.S.O. ; a retired 
Principal, War Office ; s. of late Rev. Wm. 
Goodenough Bayly, D.C.L., Incumbent of 
Midhurst, and Vicar of Fittleworth, Sussex ; 
m. Marian R., d. of late Stephen Beeching 
48 



of Tunbridge Wells, 1872. Entered the 
Commander-in-Chief's Office, 1862; retired 
from the War Office, 1902. Secretary and 
Registrar, Distinguished Service Order, 
1897-1903. Address: Veronde, Victoria 
Road, Worthing. [Died 29 June 1911. 

BAYLY, Gen. John, C.B., 1875 ; J.P., D L., 
F.S.A., F.R.G.S., etc. ; colonel commandant 
Royal Engineers ; retired general, R.E. ; 
b. 1821 ; *. of Capt. Paget Lambert Bayly, 
7th Hussars, and Elizabeth, d. of Samuel 
Shaw ; m. Jane, o. d. of late Humphrey 
Ewing Crum-Ewing of Strathleven, N.B., 
Lord-Lt. of Dumbartonshire, 1854. Educ. : 
Royal Military Coll. Woolwich. Entered 
army (R.E.) 1839 ; assist. Parliamentary 
Boundary Commissioner, 1868 ; executive 
officer Ordnance Survey, 1874-82; Lt.- 
Gen. and Hon. Gen. (retired), 1882 ; Boundary 
Commissioner for Scotland, 1884-85. De- 
corated for Ordnance Survey and Treasury 
services. Address : 13 Royal Crescent, 
Bath. Clubs : United Service ; Bath and 
County. [Died 12 March 1905. 

BAYLY, Col. Richard Kerr, C.B. ; cr. 1885 ; 
commanding 1st Batt. Black Watch, retired ; 
b. 1838 ; *. of late Capt. Edgar Bayly and 
Elizabeth, d. of 5th Marquess of Lothian. 
Served Indian Mutiny, 1857-58 (medal) ; 
Ashantee, 1874 (medal with clasp) ; Egypt, 
1882 (medal with clasp, Khedive's Star, 4th 
Class Osmanieh) ; Egypt, 1884-85 (des- 
patches, two clasps, C.B., 3rd Class Medjidie). 
Club : Naval and Military. 

[Died 6 March 1903. 

BAYNES, Lt.-Gen. George Edward, Col. Liver- 
pool Regt. from 1902 ; b. 10 Dec. 1823 ; 
m. 1867, Emma (d. 1890), d. of Charles 
Osborn, Down End, Fareham. Entered 
army, 1841; Maj.-Gen. 1882; retired, 1885 ; 
served Indian Mutiny, 1857 (despatches, 
medal with clasp, brevet Major). Address : 
Norton Lees, Haywards Heath, Sussex. 
Club: United Service. [Died 29 Dec. 1906. 

BAYNES, Sir William John Walter, J.P. ; 3rd 
Bt. ; cr. 18 1 b. June 1820 ; S. father 1866 ; 
m. Margaret, d. of Daniel Staart, Wykham 
Park, Oxford, 1845. Heir : s. Christopher, 
b. 1847. Address : Forest Lodge, West Hill, 
Putney. Clubs : Union, City of London 
[Died 26 Oct. 1897. 

BEAL, Col. Henry, C.B. 1885 ; b. 27 Apr. 1843. 
Entered army, 1860 ; Colonel, 1888 ; served 
Egyptian War, 1882 (medal, Khedive's star) ; 
Nile Expedition, 1884-85 (despatches twice, 
C.B., and clasp) ; Soudan Frontier Field 
Force, 1885-86 ; retired. 

[Died 12 Dec. 1905. 

BEAL, Colonel Robert, C.M.G., 1897; b. 
Durham. Served under Cape Government ; 
trooper in Gaika-Gealeka campaign (medal) ; 
with Sir Charles Warren in Bechuanaland 
expedition ; B.B.P. sergeant ; lieutenant in 
1890, in pioneer column to Rhodesia ; in- 
spector of public works at Salisbury ; in 
first Matabele war ; contractor for portion 
of Beira Railway, 1892 ; captain in Rhodesia 
Horse, 1894 ; lieut.-col. after 2nd Matabele 
war ; chief transport officer, 1896. Address: 
Gwelo, Rhodesia. [Died 9 Jan. 1907. 

BEALE, Charles Gabriel, J.P. ; Member of 
Railway Inquiry Commission, 1911 ; Member 
of Beale and Co., London and Birmingham ; 
solicitors to the Midland Railway Co. ; 
Vice-Chancellor of London University ; 
Director London City and Midland Bank, 
Ltd. ; Chairman South Staffs Water Works 
Co. ; Lord Mayor of Birmingham, 1897, 
1898, 1899 ; Sheriff of Merioneth, 1907. 
Address : Bryntirion, Dolgelly, Maple Bank, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

[Died I Sept. 1912. 

BEALE, Dorothea, LL.D. Edin. ; Officier 
d'Acade"mie ; Corresponding Member of the 
National Educational Association, U.S.A. ; 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Hon. Freeman of the Boro' of Cheltenham 
Principal of Cheltenham Ladies' College from 
1858 ; b. London, 1831 ; d. of Miles Beale, 
M.R.C S. Educ. : chiefly by governesses 
and masters at home. Short time at board- 
ing school in London, and Paris, 1847 
attended mathematical classes, and Latin 
and Greek at Queen's Coll., London ; first 
Mathematical Tutor at Queen's Coll. 1850 
later, Latin Tutor and teacher in the schoo 
head teacher, Clergy School, Casterton, 185 
Publications : Text-book of English an 
General Hist9ry ; Chronological Map 
Literary Studies, etc. ; republished wit 
preface Report on Girls' Education 
Commission of 1864 ; edited from 1880 th 
Ladies' College Magazine ; Work and Pla 
in Girls' Schools, edited and in large pa 
written ; contributed to various magazin 
papers on education and literature A 
dress : Cheltenham Ladies' College. 

[Died 9 Nov. 190 



BE ATTIK- BROWN 



Square, S.W. A.D.C. to Qi 

i 8 ; 80 ; jerved with distinction Tn Burra'ah! 



13 
Jueen 



rosvenor 
Victoria, 



BEALE, Lionel Smith, M.B., F.R S 1857 

F.R.C.P., 1859 ; Physician ; Emeritu 

Professor of Medicine, King's Coll London 

and Consulting Physician, King's Col 

Hospital; Fellow of King's Coll 

London, 5 Feb. 1828; s. of Lionel Joh 

Beale, M.R.C.S. ; m. Frances, o. d. of D 

Blakiston, F.R.S., St. Leonards-on-Se 

(d. 1892). Educ. : King's Coll. Schoo 

1837-49 ; King's Coll. London. Establishec 

a private chemical and microscopica 

laboratory for teaching and original invest 

gation, 1852 ; Professor of Physiology an 

General and Morbid Anatomy, King's Col 

London, 1853 ; afterwards of Pathology an 

lastly of the Principles and Practice o 

Medicine ; resigned in 1896 after 43 year 

of uninterrupted professorial work wa 

Physician to King's Coll. Hospital for 4 

years ; Lumleian Lecturer, Royal Coll o 

Physicians, 1875 ; Baly Medal, 1871 

Crooman Lecturer, Royal Society, 1865 

Physician to the Pensions Commutation 

Board ; Government Medical Referee fo 

England, 1891-1904; President of Roya 

Microscopical Society, 1879; Fellow o 

Medical Society of Sweden, of Microscopica 

Society of New York, and also of California 

Member of Academy of Sciences of Bologna 

and Hon. Member Acade'mie Royale de 

Mddecine de Belgique ; Vice-President o 

Victoria Institute, and author of many 

papers on life and on the living God (Trans 

actions of the Institute), 1872-1903. Publi 

cations : The Microscope in Medicine ; How 

to Work with the Microscope ; The Structure 

of the Tissues ; Protoplasm, or Life, Matter 

and Mind, 1871 (3rd edition, 1873) ; Disease 

Germs ; Life Theories and Religious 

Thought ; The Mystery of Life ; Life and 

Vital Action in Health and Disease ; Bio- 

Sasm, An Introduction to Physiology and 
edicine; The Liver; Urinary Diseases- 
Our Morality and the Moral Question ; On 
Slight Ailments ; (1) Vitality : an Appeal, 
an Apology, and a Challenge ; (2) Replies 
to Objections, and a further Appeal; (3) 
Vitality : an Appeal to the Fellows of the 
Royal Society, 1899; (4) Vitality: its 
bearing on Natural Religion, 1900; (5) 
Vitality : and Science Teaching, an Appeal 
to all Teachers, 1900; Religio Medici, 
Rehgio Scientise, Religio Vite, 1901 ; several 
papers in the Tran. of the Victoria Institute 
or Philosophical Society of Great Britain, 
on the nature of life ; and other works. 
Recreations : scientific work bearing particu- 
larly on the nature of life ; medical, micro- 
scopical, and physiological investigations 
natural gardening, and growing British and 
foreign plants in London and the country. 
Address : 61 Grosvenor St., W. 

[Died 28 March 1906. 



Sevenoaks, Kent. 



etc. (three medals ,., 
Address : Mount House. Brasted 
Club :_ United Service. 

l 1901. 
and 

<j if f* 7 ^; U auc - ' Brighton Gram- 
* pcnool. Entered Architects, 1889- 
Guardian Fire Office, 1890; began workSg 
i aa PaU Mal l Ma #lne and Pall Mall Budget, 
PI,??' i e Jn C o ed member New English Art 
up, 1893; subsequently worked for 
various publishers ; at time of death engaged 
upon an illustrated edition of Mdlle de 
Maupm. Publications illustrated : Bons 
i ',< ? ; La Morte d'Arthur, 1893; 
Salome", 1894 ; Rape of the Lock, 1896 ; An 

W5 h i Um Qo fifty , Drawings ' 1896 Under the 
1111, 1896 ; a large number of drawings in 
Yellow. Book, Savoy, and Le Courrier 
Francais ; several posters. Recreation: 
music. Address: 4 Royal Arcade, Old 
TA^TT bt eet ' W - [Died 16 MafcA 1898. 

EATH, John Henry, C.B., M.D. (Edin ), 
M.R.C.S. (Edin.) ; J.P., Lanarkshire ; Lieut.- 
?L A v my Medical Service ; retired, 1882 ; 
6. Stirling, 25 Jan. 1835 ; ,.' of late Andrew 
Beath, surgeon, Stirling. Educ Univer- 
iflilk ^ d !?, bur ^' . Joined Medical Staff, 
1857 ; Indian Mutiny, 1857-59 ; siege and 
capture of Lucknow; the campaign of 1860 
in China, with the 3rd (The Buffs) Regt. ; 
taking of Pehtang and the Taku Forts and 
action of Sinho (medal and clasp) : the 
Egyptian Campaign, 1882 ; present at the 
action of Kassassin and taking of Tel-el- 
Kebir (despatches ; C.B., 3rd class Order of 
the Medjidie ; medal and bronze star) ; Hon 
Deputy Surg.-General, retired. Address: 
14 Park Terrace, Stirling. 

[Died 3 Sept. 1904. 
BEATSON, Major-General Sir Stuart Brownlow, 
K.C.B., cr. 1910; K.C.S.I., cr. 1906 
K.C.V.O., cr. 1912 ; Indian Army ; Extra 
Equerry to the King; b. 11 July 1854; 
o. s. of late Capt. Wm. Stuart Beatson, 
H.E.I.C.S., and Cora, d. of Col. George 
Brownlow, and n. of 1st Lord Lurgan ; m. 
1889, Edith Cecil, d. of late Sir Wm. Elles, 
K.C.B. ; one s. one d. Educ. : Wellington 
College. Joined 17th Regt. 1873; llth 
P.W.O. Bengal Lancers, 1876; N.W. 
Frontier Jowaki, 1878 (medal with clasp) ; 
Afghanistan, 1878-80 ; action of Ali Musjid 
(medal with clasp), Egypt, 1882; Extra 
A.D.C. to Sir H. Macpherson, Commanding 
Indian Contingent ; deputed to Syria on 
Special Duty (medal, bronze star) ; Burma, 
1886; Mil. Sec. to Sir H. Macpherson; 
pursuit of Hlaoo (despatches, clasp, Brevet 
of Major) ; N.W. Frontier, 1897-98 ; relief 
of Malakand ; defence of Malakand ; relief 
of Chakdara ; action at Landakai ; opera- 
tions in Bajour, Mamund, and Mohmand 
country (despatches thrice, medal with two 
clasps, C.B.) ; commanded mobile column 
in S. Africa, 1901 (despatches, Brevet of 
Colonel, medal with three clasps) ; Military 
Secretary to Prince of Wales during Indian 
tour ; Maj.-Gen. 1905 ; supernumerary 
unemployed list ; Private Secretary to the 
Queen during Indian tour, 1911-12. Ad- 
dress : The Cottage, Slaugham, Sussex. 

[Died 9 Feb 1914. 

EATTIE-BROWN, William, R.S.A., 1884; 
b. Haddington, N.B. ; *. of Adam Brown 
and Ann Beattie ; m. Esther Love Doig, 
1858. Educ. : Leith High School ; Trustees' 
Academy. A.R.S.A. 1871 ; gold and bronze 
49 



BEAUCHAMP 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1918 



medal International Art Exhibition, London, 
1874. Began his career under James 
Ballantine, glass stainer and art decorator, 
Edinburgh, artist and poet, author of 
" Castles in the Air " and " Ilka Blade o' 
Grass," etc. ; Mr. Ballantine executed the 
beautiful stained glass windows in the House 
of Lords upon which W. B. B. himself 
worked ; formed the friendship of such men 
as Handasyde Ritchie, Wm. B. Scott, R. 
Scott Lauder, Horatio M'Culloch. Recrea- 
tions : None, except pursuit of profession 
in quest of the picturesque ; visited France, 
Belgium, Holland, Wales, but chiefly native 
land. Address : 15 St. Bernard's Crescent, 
Edinburgh. Club : Pen and Pencil, Edin- 
burgh. [Died 31 March 1909. 

BEAUCHAMP, Henry King, C.I.E. 1903; 
editor, Madras Mail, Madras, from 1890 ; 
b. Hampden, Bucks, 12 Dec. 1866 ; y. s. of 
late Willoughby Beauchamp, Hampden, and 
Bessie, d. of late Rev. Isaac King, Braden- 
hanx Bucks ; ra. Mabel, y. d. of late Harry 
Hammond-Spencer, Teignmouth, S. Devon, 
1898. Educ. : Christ's Hospital ; France, 
Germany. Madras Government service, 
1886-89 ; Assistant Editor, Madras Mail, 
1889-90 ; Sheriff of Madras, 1902 and 1903 ; 
Member of the Advisory Committee, Court 
of Wards, Madras ; Mem. of Committee, 
Pasteur Institute of India ; President of the 
Friend-in-Need Society, Madras ; Hon. 
Secretary Indian Famine Fund, Madras 
Branch, 1894-95 and 1900-1902 ; Hon. Sec. 
and Trustee, Madras Victoria Memorial 
Fund ; Member of Council, Victoria Techni- 
cal Institute, Madras ; Hon. Sec. Madras 
Central Agricultural Committee ; Fellow of 
the University of Madras, 1898 ; Fellow of 

. the Royal Historical Society ; Member of 
the Royal Asiatic Society ; acted for several 
periods as Secretary, Madras Chamber of 
Commerce ; Vice-President, Eurasian and 
Anglo-Indian Association of Southern India. 
Publications : Hindu Manners, Customs, and 
Ceremonies ; edition and annotation of the 
Dubois French MS., 1897 ; various pam- 
phlets and articles in Magazines and Reviews. 
Recreations : rowing, racquets, golf, riding. 
Address : Marble Hall, Nungumbaukum, 
Madras. Clubs : Royal Societies, Gros- 
venor ; Madras. [Died 19 Feb. 1907. 

BEAUCHAMP, Sir Reginald William Proctor-, 
5th Bt. ; cr. 1744 ; b. 1853 ; s. of 4th Bt. 
and Caroline, y. d. of 2nd Lord Radstock ; 
m. 1880, Lady Violet Julia Charlotte Maria 
Jocelyn (whom he div. 1901), o. c. of 5th Earl 
of Roden ; two d. ; S. father, 1874. Educ. : 
Eton ; Trinity College, Cambridge. Present 
at fighting in Shipka Pass with Turks; 
travelled in China and Japan, 1879 ; India 
and Burmah, 1890. Recreations : shooting, 
boat-sailing. Heir : b. Col. Horace George. 
Address : Langley Park, Norwich ; 27 
Hill Street, W. Clubs : Carlton, Marl- 
borough, Travellers', Bachelors' etc. 

[Died 10 Nov. 1912. 

BEAUCLERK, William Nelthorpe, J.P. D.L., 
LL.D. ; British minister resident and 
Consul-Gen. Bolivia, also at Lima and Quito ; 
6. 7 Apr. 1849 ; s. of late Capt. Lord 
Frederick Beauclerk, R.N., 2nd *. of 8th 
Duke of St. Albans ; m. 2nd, Evelyn, d. 
of Sir Robert Hart, Bt., 1892 ; one s. four d. 
Educ. : Trin. Coll. Camb. (LL.D.), taking 
honours in Law and History. Attache", 
Copenhagen, 1874 ; third Secretary, 1876 ; 
Athens, 1876 ; Berne, 1877 ; second Secre- 
tary, St. Petersburg, 1879 ; Rome, 1880 ; 
Washington, 1887 ; Berlin, 1888 ; Secretary 
of Legation, Peking, 1890. Address: 
British Legation, Lima, Peru. 

[Died 5 March 1908. 

BEAUFORT, 8th Duke of (cr. 1682), Henry 
Charles FitzRoy Somerset, K.G., Baron 
50 



Herbert of Ragland, Chepstow, and Gower, 
1506 ; Earl of Worcester, 1514 ; Marquess 
of Worcester, 1642. Lord-Lieutenant of 
Monmouth ; b. 1 Feb. 1824. S. father 
1853 ; m. Georgiana, d. of 1st Earl Howe, 
1845. Educ. : Eton. Lieut. 1st Life 
Guards, 1841 ; Capt. 7th Hussars, 1847 ; 
Lieut.-Col. in army 1858, retired 1861 ; 
M.P. East Gloucestershire, 1846-53 ; Master 
of the Horse, 1858-59, 1866-68. Owned 
about 52,000 acres. Heir : s. Marquess of 
Worcester, b. 1847. Address : Stoke Park, 
near Bristol. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 30 Apr. 1899. 

BEAUMONT, Rev. Francis Morton ; Hon. 
Canon of Worcester, 1893 ; Canon of St. 
Michael's Collegiate Church, Coventry, 1908 ; 
b. Winchelsea, 23 Aug. 1838 ; *. of John 
Beaumont, surgeon. Educ. : Merchant Tay- 
lors' ; St. John's Coll. Oxford. B.A. 1861 ; 
M.A. 1864 ; President of Oxford Union 
Society, 1860 ; Fellow of St. John's, Oxford 
1859-69 ; Assistant Master of Rossall School, 
1862-65 ; Curate of Holy Trinity, Hoxton, 
1865-68 ; Rector of East Farndon, North- 
ants, 1868-72; Vicar of Holy Trinity, 
Coventry, 1872-1912 ; Rural Dean of 
Coventry, 1885-1902; Surrogate, 1872; 
Chaplain of 2nd Vol. Batt. Royal Warwick- 
shire Regt. 1880-1908; V.D. 1900: Past 
Grand Chaplain of England, 1905. Recrea- 
tions : mountaineering, travel. Address : 
The Fields, Broxbourne, Herts. Clubs : 
New University, Alpine Norwegian. 

[Died 19 May 1915. 

BEAUMONT, Sir George Howland William, 
10th Bt. ; cr. 1661 ; late Capt. Royal Horse 
Artillery ; b. 10 March 1851 ; S. father 1882; 
m. Lillie Ellen, d. of Maj.-Gen. G. A. Craster, 
R.E., 1880 ; one s. Educ. : Eton. Owned 
about 4000 acres. Heir : s. George Arthur 
Hamilton, Lieut. King's Royal Rifle Corps, 
b. 18 Jan. 1881. Address : Coleorton Hall, 
Ashby-de-la-Zouch. [Died 22 June 1914. 

BEAUMONT, Henry Frederick, J.P., D.L., 
V.D. ; b. 1833 ; e. s. of Henry R. Beaumont 
and Catherine, d. of Sir G. Cayley, 6th Bt. ; 
m. Maria Johanna, o. d. of Capt. Garforth, 
R.N., of Wiganthorpe, York ; two s. seven d. 
Educ. : Eton ; Trin. Coll. Camb. M.P. 
(L.) Southern Division of W. Riding, Co. 
York, 1865-74; Colne Valley, 1885-92. 
Address : Whitley Beaumont, Huddersfleld ; 
Tetworth, Ascot, Berks. Clubs : Brooks's, 
Turf. [Died 13 Oct. 1913. 

BEAVAN, Arthur Henry, author ; b. 22 July 
1844 ; 8. of Henry William Beavan, solicitor, 
and Joanna Sophia, d. of Thomas Cadell, 
publisher ; m. Ida, o. d. of late Alfred 
Lamplugh of Stockton-Heath, Cheshire ; 
one s. Educ. : Romanoff House School, 
Tunbridge Wells ; private tutor. Exclu- 
sively literary ; travelled much. Publica- 
tions : Marlborough House and its Occu- 
pants ; Popular Royalty ; James and 
Horace Smith (Rejected Addresses) ; Im- 
perial London ; Crowning the King ; Tube, 
Train, Tram, and Car ; Birds I Have Known ; 
Animals I Have Known ; Fishes I Have 
Known ; Fulham Palace ; Philip Stratton ; 
contributed to many magazines and periodi- 
cals. Recreations : fishing study of natural 
history, and the solving of acrostics. Ad- 
dress : 6 Chesilton Road Fulham S.W. 

\~Died 29 Jan. 1907, 

BEAVER, James Addams ; b. Millerstown, 
Pa. 21 Oct. 1837 ; m. 1865, Mary A., d. 
of Hon. H. N. M'Allister. Educ. : Jefferson 
College, Canonsburg, Pa. Admitted to bar, 
1858 ; 2nd Lieut., 2nd Pa. Infantry ; 
served throughout campaign 1861-64, thrice 
wounded ; Governor Pennsylvania, 1887- 
1891 ; Judge Superior Court since 1896 ; 
delegate to General Missionary Conference, 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Edinburgh, June 1910 ; Hon. LL.D., 
Edinburgh. Address : Bellefonte, Pa 
U.S.A. [Died 31 Jan. 1914. 

BEBEL, Ferdinand August, Member of German 
Parliament (Socialist) ; b. Cologne, 22 Feb. 
1840; m. 1866, wife d. 1910. Elected 
Member of North German Reichstag, 1867 ; 
condemned to two years' imprisonment, 
1872 ; nine months', 1886. Publications : 
Unsere Ziele ; Der deutsche Bauernkrieg ; 
Christentum und Socialismus ; Die Frau 
und Der Socialismus, 1893 ; Die Moha- 
medanischarabische Kulturperiode, 1889 ; 
Sonntagsarbeit ; Charles Forier ; Die Lage 
der Arbeiter in der Backereien, etc. Address : 
Parliament House, Berlin. 

[Died 12 Aug. 1913. 

BE CHER, Sir John Wrixon-, 3rd Bt. ; cr. 
1831 ; b. 16 Aug. 1828. [His father, 1st 
Bt., m. Miss O'Neill, the celebrated actress.] 
S. b. 1893 ; m. Lady Emily Catherine Hare, 
d. of 2nd Earl of Listowel, 1857 ; four s. 
nine d. Educ. : Rugby ; Trin. Coll. Camb. 
Heir : s. Eustace [b. 27 Dec. 1859 ; m. 
1907, Hon. Constance Calthorpe, d. of 6th 
Baron Calthorpe ; three d. Address : 
Roxborough, Limerick. Club : Brooks's]. 
Address: Ballygiblin, Mallow; Creagh, 
Creagh R.S.O. Co. Cork. 

[Died 24 Apr. 1914. 

BE CHER, General Septimus Harding; b. 15 
July 1817. Entered army, 1834; General, 
1889 ; unemployed list, 1881. Address : 
Abingdon, Seffrons Road, Eastbourne. 

[Died 23 Nov. 1908. 

BECK, Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Charles 
Harrop, C.B. 1900 ; 4th Batt. Cheshire Regt.; 
b. 1861 ; o. s. of Charles William Beck of 
Upton Priory, Cheshire, and Frongoch, 
Montgomeryshire ; m. 1890, Jessie, y. d. of 
Rev. Clement F. Broughton, J.P. Cheshire ; 
one s. one d. Served South Africa, 1900-2 
(despatches, C.B.). Address : Upton Priory 
Macclesfleld ; Frongoch, Newtown, Mont. 

[Died 27 March 1910. 

BECKE, George Louis, F.R.G.S. ; b. Port 
Macquarie, New South Wales, 1848 ; y. s. 
of Frederick Becke, Northampton, England. 
Trader and supercargo throughout the South 
Sea Islands, 1870-93 ; married. Publica- 
tions : By Reef and Palm, 1894 ; The 
Ebbing of the Tide, 1896 ; His Native Wife, 
1896 ; (with Walter Jeffery) A First Fleet 
Family, 1896 ; Pacific Tales, 1897 ; Wild 
Life in Southern Seas, 1897 ; Ridan the 
Devil ; Naval Pioneers of Australia (with 
Jeffery) ; Rodman the Boatsteerer ; The 
Mutineer (with Jeffery) ; Old Convict Days 
(edited by), 1899 ; Admiral Phillip (with W. 
Jeffery), 1899 ; Tom Wallis, 1900 ; Edward 
Barry ; The Tapu of Banderah (with 
Jeffery) ; Tessa, The Trader's Wife ; By 
Rock and Pool ; Breachley Black Sheep ; 
Yorke the Adventurer, 1901 ; The Strange 
Adventure of James Shervinton ; The 
Jalasco Brig, 1902 ; Helen Adair ; Chinkie's 
Flat, 1903 ; Tom Gerrard, 1904 ; Notes 
from my South Sea Log, 1905 ; Sketches 
from Normandy, 1906. Recreations : sea- 
fishing, shooting, ethnology. 

[Died 18 Feb. 1913. 

HECKLES, Rt. Rev. Edward Hyndman, Vicar 
of St. Peter, Bethnal Green, E., from 1873 ; 
m. 1st, 1838, Margaret Simpson (d. 1900) ; 
2nd, 1901, Selina Mary, e. d. of late Peter 
Blake. Educ. : Codrington Coll. Barbados. 
Ordained 1843 ; Bishop of Sierra Leone, 
1860-69 ; Minister of Berkeley Chapel, 
Mayfair, 1869-70 ; Rector of Wootton, Kent.. 
1870-73. Address : 45 Wellington Square, 
Hastings. [Died 5 Dec. 1902. 

aEDDOE, John, F.R.S., M.D., LL D., F.R.C.P.; 
physician ; b. Bewdley, 21 Sept. 1826 ; s. 
of late John Beddoe, J.P. ; m. 1858, Agnes 
Montgomerie, d. of Rev. A Christison, and 



BKDFORD 

niece of late Sir Robert Christison, Bt. ; one 
d. Educ. : Bridgnorth School ; Univ. Coll 
London ; Univ. Edinburgh ; Vienna. Hon. 
Prof, of Anthropology Bristol University 
College ; Assistant Physician, Civil Hospital 
Staff in Crimean War ; Physician at Clifton, 
1857-91 ; late President Anthropological 
Institute ; Officer, 1 re Classe, de 1'Instruction 
Publique (France), F.R.C.P. ; President 
Bristol Kyrle Society ; President Wiltshire 
Archaeological and Natural History Society. 
Publications : Contribution to Scottish 
Ethnology, 1853 ; Stature and Bulk of 
Man, 1870 ; The Races of Britain, 1885 ; 
Anthropological History of Europe (Rhind 
Lectures), 1893 ; Color and Race (Huxley 
Lecture), 1906. Recreations : anthropology, 
archaeology, statistics. Address : The 
Chantry, Bradford - on - Avon. Club : 
Athenaeum. [Died 19 July 1911. 

BEDDOME, Colonel Richard Henry, Indian 
Staff Corps (retired). Educ. : Charterhouse. 
Entered Indian Army, 1848 ; Quarter- 
Master and Interpreter to his Regt. (Madras 
42nd), 1856 ; appointed to Forest Depart- 
ment on its organisation, 1857 ; head of the 
Department in Southern India, 1860-82 ; 
Fellow, Madras University. Publications : 
The Flora Sylvatica for Southern India, with 
plates of 330 trees ; Icones Plantarum, with 
300 plates of new and rare plants ; The 
Ferns of Southern India ; The Ferns of 
British India, figuring 661 ferns ; Handbook 
of Indian Ferns. Recreations : lawn tennis 
and skating ; gardening, especially hybridisa- 
tion ; reptilia and land shells, author of 
various pamphlets describing new genera 
and species in these branches of natural 
history. Address : Sispara, West Hill 
Putney. Clubs : East India United Service," 
Roehampton, Hurlingham. 

[Died 23 Feb. 1910. 

BEDFORD, Admiral Sir Frederick George 
Denham, G.C.M.G., cr. 1909; G.C.B., cr. 
1902 ; K.C.B., cr. 1895 ; C.B. 1886 ; Gover- 
nor of Western Australia 1903-09 ; b. 28 
Dec. 1838 ; s. of Vice-Admiral E. J. Bedford ; 
m. Ethel, d. of E. R. Turner, Ispwich, 1880. 
Entered R.N. 1852; Lieut. 1859; Com- 
mander, 1871; Capt. 1876; Rear-Admiral, 
1891 ; Vice-Admiral, 1897 ; Admiral, 1902 ; 
served In the Black Sea, 1854 ; present at 
bombardments of Odessa and Sevastopol ; 
Baltic, 1855 ; present at bombardment of 
Sweaborg (Crimea, Baltic, and Turkish 
medals, one clasp) ; Commander of " Serapis" 
during Prince of Wales's visit to India, 1875- 
1876 ; Captain of " Shah " in engagement 
with " Huascar," 1877 ; Capt. Royal Naval 
Coll. 1880-83 ; Captain of " Monarch " ; 
organised flotilla on the Nile, 1884 (medal 
and clasp and Khedive's bronze star) ; 
Capt. of " Britannia," 1886-89 ; A.D.C. to 
the Queen, 1888-91 ; Commander-in-Chief 
at the Cape and West Coast of Africa, 1892- 
1895 ; commanded expeditions against Fodi 
Silah, Gambia, 1894; against Nana of 
Brohemie on Benin River, 1894 ; and against 
King Koko of Nimbi on the Niger, 1895 
(medal and three clasps) ; A Lord of the 
Admiralty, 1889-92, and 1895-99; Com- 
mander-in-Chief on the North American and 
West Indies Station, 1899-1903. Address : 
Swiss Cottage, Weybridge. Clubs : United 
Service ; Royal Naval, Portsmouth. 

[Died 30 Jan. 1913. 

BEDFORD, Rev. W. K. R., M.A. ; Genealogist 
to the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; s. 
of Rev. W. Riland Bedford, Rector of Sutton 
Coldfield, and Grace Campbell, d. of Charles 
Sharpe, Hoddam Castle, Dumfries ; m. 1st, 
1851, Amy Maria (d. 1890), y. d. of Joseph 
Houson ; 2nd, 1900, Margaret, d. of Denis 
Browne. Educ. : Westminster ; Brasenose 
Coll Oxford. Rector of Sutton Coldfield, 



BEECHER 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



185092; was Rural Dean for 25 years; 
Chaplain of Order of St. John, 1878 ; 
Chaplain of Grand Lodge, Freemasons, 1861. 
Publications : Blazon of Episcopacy, 1858 ; 
2nd edition, 1897 ; Etchings of Charles 
Kirkpatrick Sharpe with memoir, 1869; 
Three Hundred Years of a Family Living. 
1889 : Chronicles of Free Foresters, 1898 ; 
Regulations of the Hospital of Knights of 
St. John, 1882 ; Outcomes of Old Oxford, 
1900; History of the Order of St. John, 
1902 ; many pamphlets and articles in 
magazines on antiquarian, sporting, and 
heraldic subjects. Recreations : archery 
(competed at National Meeting in 1847, 
etc.) ; founded Free Foresters Cricket Club. 
Address : 209 Fordwich Road, Cricklewood 
N.W. Club: National. [Died 23 Jan. 1905. 

BEECHER, Willis Judson, D.D., author and 
preacher ; b. Hampden, Ohio, 29 April 1838 ; 
s. of Rev. John Wyllys Beecher and Achsa 
Judson Beecher ; m. 1865, Sara, d. of Dr. 
Alfred Bolter ; one d. Educ. : Augusta and 
Vernon Preparatory Schools ; Hamilton 
College, B.A. 1858; Auburn Theological 
Seminary, graduated 1864. Teacher in 
Whitestown Seminary, 1858-61 ; pastor 
Presbyterian Church, Ovid, N.Y., 1864-65 ; 
Professor of Moral Science and Belles Lettres, 
Knox Coll., Galesburg, III., 1865-69 ; pastor 
Congregational Church, Galesburg, 1869-71 ; 
Professor of Hebrew Language and Litera- 
ture, Auburn Seminary, Auburn, N.Y., 1871- 
1908. Publications : Farmer Tompkins and 
his Bibles, 1874; The Prophets and the 
Promise, Stone Lectures given in Princeton, 
1905 ; The Teaching of Jesus Concerning 
the Future Life, 1906 ; Dated Events of the 
Old Testament, 1907 ; several volumes of 
Syllabi and of local history ; Sunday School 
Lessons for many years in S. S. Times ; 
numerous articles and reviews. Address : 
183 Gcnesee Street, Auburn, N.Y. Club: 
Owasco County. [Died 10 May 1912. 

BEECHEY, Rev. St. Vincent, M.A., Hon. Canon 
of Manchester from 1894 ; Rector of Denver, 
Norfolk, from 1899 ; Rural Dean of Fincham 
East ; b. Hilgay. Norfolk, 1841 ; *. of Rev, 
Canoo Beechey, Rector of Hilgay, Norfolk, 
Founder of Rossall School, s. of Sir Wm. 
Beechey, R.A. ; and Mary Ann, d. of Wm. 
Jones of Woodhall, Hilgay ; m. 1882, Edith 
de Vere, d. of Dr. Grimkc, of South Carolina, 
U.S.A. Educ. : Rossall School (captain) ; 
Caius Coll. Camb. (scholar). B.A., 2nd Class 
Classical Tripos, 1864 ; six years in tuition ; 
ordained Deacon, 1870; Curate of Man- 
chester Cathedral and Parish Church, 1870- 
1876 ; Rector of Newton Heath, Manchester, 
1876-85; established the Rossall School 
Mission ; Rector of St. John's, Cheetham, 
1885 ; Rural Dean of Cheetham, 1887-90 ; 
Founder of Welsh Church in Manchester ; 
Hon. Sec. Manchester Diocesan Board of 
Education ; Vicar of Bolton-le-Sands and 
Rural Dean of Tunstall, 1890-99. Recrea- 
tions : rowing, fly-fishing. Address : Denver 
Rectory, Downham, Norfolk. 

[Died 17 Sept. 1905. 

BEERE, Mrs. Bernard (Fanny Mary) ; b. 5 Oct. 
1856; d. of WiJby Whitehead ; m. 1st, 
Capt. E. C. Dering (d. 1874), e. s. of Sir 
Edward C. Dering, 8th Bt. ; 2nd, Bernard 
Beere ; 3rd, 1900, H. C. S. Olivier. Studied 
under Hermann Ve"zin ; made debut, Opera- 
Comique, 1877. [Died 25 March 1915. 

BEERNAERT, Auguste Marie Francois; b. 
Ostend, 26 July 1829 ; married ; no c. 
Educ. : University of Louvain. Avocat & 
la Cour d'appel de Bruxelles, 1853 ; avocat 
a la Cour de cassation depuis 1859 ; plusieurs 
fois batonnier de 1'Ordre ; President de la 
Fe'de'ration des avocats beiges ; Ministre 
des Travaux publics, 1873-78 ; Ministre de 
V Agriculture, de ] 'Industrie et des Travaux 
62 



publics, 1884; Chef du Cabinet, Ministre 
des Finances, 1884 ; Membre de la Chambre 
des Repre^entants pour Thielt (et Thielt- 
Roulers) depuis, 1874 ; President, 1895-1900 ; 
Ministre d'Etat, 1894; President de la 
Commission directrice des Muse'es royaux 
de peinture et de sculpture depuis 1895 ; 
President de la Societe 1 beige d Etudes 
coloniales depuis sa fondation ; Membre de 
1'Institut de France, des Academies de 
Belgique et de Romanic, de 1'lnstitut de 
droit international, du tribunal d'arbitrage 
de La Haye, de 1'Acad^mie royale des 
beaux-arts d'Anvers, de 1'Internationale Law 
Association ; President de 1' Union inter- 
parlementaire, titulaire du prix Nobel etc. 
Address : 11 rue d'Arlon, Ixelles, Belgium ; 
Villa Miravalle, Buitsfort. [Died 5 Oct. 1912. 

BEESLY, Edward Spencer, Emeritus Pro- 
fessor Univ. Coll. London ; formerly editor 
of The Positivist Review; b. Feckenham, 
23 Jan. 1831 ; *. of Rev. James Beesly ; 
m. Emily, d. of Mr. Justice Crompton, 1869 ; 
four s. Educ. : Wadham Coll. Oxford. 
Assistant Master of Marlborough Coll. 1854- 
1859; Professor of History in Univ. Coll. 
London, 1860-93 ; Professor of Latin, 
Bedford College, London, 1860-89. Publica- 
tions : Catline, Clodius, and Tiberius, 1878 ; 
Queen Elizabeth, 1892 : joint-translator of 
Comte'a Positive Polity ; translator of 
Comte's Discourse on the Positive Spirit, 
1903. Address : 21 West Hill, St. Leonards- 
on-Sea. Club : Reform. [Died 7 July 1915. 

BEETS, Nicolas, Knight of different Orders ; 
Member of the Royal Academy of Science ; 
b. Haarlem, 13 Sept. 1814 ; s. of Martinus 
Nicolaas Beets; m. 1st, 1840; 2nd, 1859. 
Educ. : Leyden. Doctor of Theology, 1839 ; 
Doctor of Literature (Utrecht), 1865 ; Doctor 
of Divinity, 1884 (Edinburgh). Pastor of 
Heemstede, 1840 ; pastor at Utrecht, 1854 ; 
Professor of Theology, 1875-84. Publica- 
tions : Dichtwerken ; Camera Obscura of 
Hildrebrand; Stichtelyke Uren ; Paulus ; 
Verscheidenheiden, etc. Address : Utrecht, 
Boothstraat 6. [Died 13 March 1903. 

BEEVOR, Charles Edward, M.D. ; Physician to 
the National Hospital for the Paralysed and 
Epileptic, Queen Square, and the Great 
Northern Central Hospital ; b. London, 
1854 ; e. s. of late Charles Beevor F.R.C.S., 
and Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Burrell ; m. 
Blanche Adine, d. of Thomas Leadam, M.D. 
Educ. : Blackheath Proprietary School ; 
University Coll. London. M.D. London, 
1881 ; Fellow of the Royal College of 
Physicians, 1888 ; Croonian Lecturer, Royal 
College of Physicians, 1903 ; Lettsomian 
Lecturer, Medical Society of London, 1907 ; 
President of the Neurological Society, 1907 ; 
Publications : On Diseases of the Nervous 
System ; Scientific Papers on the Nervous 
System. Recreations : music, rowing, 
fencing. Address : 135 Harley Street, W. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Arts. [Died 5 Dec. 1908. 

BEGAS, Reinhold, sculptor; b. Berlin, 15 
July 1831 ; *. of Karl Begas, painter. Educ.: 
under Rauch and Wichmann, 1846-51 ; 
studied in Italy, 1856-58. Principal works ; 
Statue of Schiller for Gendarmen Markt ; 
statue of Borussia for Hall of Glory ; 
Neptune fountain on Schlossplatz ; statue 
of Alexander von Humboldt, all in Berlin ; 
sarcophagus of Emperor Frederick III. in 
Friedenskirche, Potsdam, and sarcophagus 
of Empress Frederick ; national monument 
to Emperor William ; statue of Bismarck 
before the Reichstag Gebaiide : several 

*, statues in the Siegesalle, Berlin. Address : 
Stulerstrasse 4, Berlin, W. 

[Died 3 Aug. 1911. 

BEGBIE, Major George Edward, D.S.O. 1900 ; 
Highland Light Infantry ; b. 9 Sept. 1868 ; 
s. of late James W. Begbie. LL.D. Entered 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



army, 1889 ; Captain, 1897 ; served Crete 
1898 (despatches, brevet of Major) ; South 
Africa, 1899-1902 (despatches). 

[Died 15 Jan, 1907 

BEGG, John Henderson, advocate, Sheriff 
Substitute of Aberdeen, Kincardine and 
Banff, from 1901 ; b. Glasgow, 24 Feb 
1844 ; 8. of James Aiton Begg, Glasgow 
and Ruth, d. of Alexander Henderson o 
Eildpn Hall and Warriston ; m 1st, 1876 
Williamina Mary, d. of Rev. R. J. Johnstone 
Logic, Stirling (d. 1885) ; 2nd, 1887, Rosetta 
Catherine, d. of T. W. Scott, Plymouth 
Educ. : Glasgow Collegiate School ; Edin- 
burgh University. Advocate, Scottish Bar 
1870; Sheriff-Substitute of Renfrew and 
Bute at Greenock, 1889-1901. Publications . 
Treatise on the Law of Scotland relating to 
Law Agents (Solicitors), 1873 ; 2nd edition, 
1883 ; Conveyancing Code, 1879 ; numerous 
articles in Scottish Law Periodicals and 
Encyclopaedias. Recreations : cycling, walk- 
ing, angling, boating, and reading novels 
Address: 15 Albyn Terrace, Aberdeen. 
Clubs : Royal Northern, Aberdeen ; Univer- 
sity, Edinburgh. [Died 8 Apr. 1911. 
BEIT, Alfred, financier ; a life governor of the 
De Beers Consolidated Mines ; b. Hamburg 
1853; unmarried. Went to South Africa 
when young ; diamond merchant at Kim- 
berley, 1875-88 ; partner in firm of Wernher, 
Beit, and Company ; a director of the Rand 
Mines, Rhodesia Railways, Bechuanaland 
Railway Trust, Beira Railway Co., and 
Consolidated Company Bultfontein Mine ; 
gave evidence before Jameson Commission 
Address : 26 Park Lane, W. ; 1 London 
Wall Buildings, E.C. ; Cape Town ; Kim- 
berley ; Johannesburg. [Died 13 July 1906. 
BELCHER, John, R.A., 1909 ; A.R.A., 1900 ; 
architect. Address : 20 Hanover Square, W. 
Club : Athenaeum. [Died 8 Nov. 1913. 
BELCHER, Rev. Thomas Waugh ; Rector of 
Frampton-Cotterell. Bristol, from 1886 ; 
b. Bandon, 1831 ; e. s. of late Henry Belcher, 
M.D., of Bandon, Ireland ; m. 1860, Mary 
Margaret, e. d. of late T. P. Bunting, solicitor, 
Manchester. Educ. : Trin. Collese, Dublin ; 
Medical Schools of Paris and Vienna B A 
(2nd class), M.A., M.B. (1st), M.D., Master 
in Surgery, B.D. and D.D., Trin. Coll. Dublin; 
B.M., M.A., Oxford. Sometime Surgeon- 
Major of Royal Cork Artillery Militia ; Phy- 
sician to Cork Fever Hospital; Censor, 
Examiner, and Chief Librarian, R.C.P. 
Dublin ; now Senior Fellow. Deacon, 1869 
Priest, 1870; Curate of Charlton Dover, 
1869-71 ; Vicar of St. Faith's, Stoke Newing- 
ton, London, 1871-86 ; Brother of Guild of 
St. Luke, and of Army Guild of the Holy 
Standard; Mem. of Council of Hostel of St. 
Luke ; Hon. Mem. of Cork Literary and 
Scientific, Medical and Surgical, and Cuvier- 
ian Societies ; sometime editor of the Church 
Review. Publications : Our Lord's Miracles 
of Healing considered in Relation to some 
modern Objections and to Medical Science, 
with preface by Archbishop Trench, 1872 ; 
2nd ed. 1890; The Hygenic Aspects of 
Pogonotrophy, 1864 ; Reformatories for 
Drunkards, 1862 ; Memoir of John Stearne, 
M.D. 1865 ; Memoir of Sir P. Dun, M.D 
1866 ; Records of the College of Physicians 
in Ireland, 1866 ; Is Christ the Head of His 
Church in England ? (6 eds. in 1881) ; Apos- 
tolic Contumacy, 2 eds. 1881 ; Robert 
Brett of Stoke Newington, his Life and Work, 
1889; 2nd ed. 1891, and various literary 
medical, and musical works, Sermons, 
Lectures, and Reviews. Recreations : riding, 
driving, and sailing ; and music, specially 
church music ; writing for newspapers. Ad- 
dress : Frampton-Cotterell Rectory, Bristol ; 
Bandon, Ireland. [Died 27 March 1910. 



BELL 



BELILIOS, Emanuel Raphael, C.M.G. (1893) 



** 5 merchant ; b. Calcutta, iTsr^lSi?'- 
e s. of Raphael Emanuel Belilios, member 
of a Venetian family ; m. Semah d. of D 
J. Ezra, merchant of Calcutta Edur 
Montague's School, Calcutta Settled in 
ig Kong in 1862, where he carried on 
""Ant tradingjwith 



Hong 



qnn- i T-; > - 

1900 ; is a J.P., a landed proprietor, and 
largely interested in many public companies 
of the colony; in 1893 erected a public 
school for girls, and in 1897 a reformatory ; 
took a special interest in education, and 
founded several scholarships for the en- 
couragement of male and female education 
in the colony. Decorated for general public 
services. Recreations: yachting, riding, 
swimming, cycling. Address : " Kings- 
cjere, Hong Kong; "The Eyrie," Peak, 
Hong Kong; Green Park House, 134 
Piccadilly, W. Clubs: Constitutional, 



BELJAME, Alexandre, Hon LL.D. Glasgow; 
Professor of the University of Paris. Repre- 
sented his university at the University 
Jubilee Functions at Dublin and Glasgow ; 
Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur ; Officier 
de 1 Instruction Publique. Publications: 
translated into French Tennyson's Enoch 
Arden, Shelley's Alastor, and some of 
Shakespeare's plays (Macbeth, Julius Csesar, 
and Othello) ; author of Le Public et les 
Hpmmes de Lettres en Angleterre au XVIIIe 
Siecle, 2nd ed. (crowned by the French 
Academy); Clark lecturer in English 
literature Trinity College, Camb., 1905-6. 
Address : Domont, Seine-et-Oise, France. 

[Died 18 Sept. 1906. 

BELK, John Thomas, J.P. ; solicitor ; Re- 
corder of Hartlepool from 1890; Lieut.- 
Colonel Tees Royal Engineers, Volunteer 
Submarine Miners ; b. 9 Nov. 1837 ; e. s. 
of late Thomas Belk of Hartlepool; m. 
1876, Jane, d. of late Edward Williams of 
Middlesbrough, Yorks. Educ. : Houghton- 
le-Spring Grammar School ; Wakefield Gram- 
mar School. Address : Park Road North, 
Middlesbrough, Yorks ; Bridge House, 
Grasmere, Westmoreland. Clubs : White- 
hall, Westminster; Cleveland, Middles- 
brough. [Died 9 May 1901. 

BELL, Adam Carr, senator since 1911 ; s. of 
Basil Hall Bell and Mary Carr ; b. Pictou, 
N.S. 11 Nov. 1847 ; m. 1873, Anne, d. of 
John Henderson and Martha Hantus ; four 
s. one d. Educ. : New Glasgow, N.S. ; 
Sackville, N.B.; Glasgow University. War- 
den of New Glasgow, N.S., 1876 and 1884 ; 
Rep. Local Legislature, N.S., for county of 
Pictou, 1878, 1882, 1886; Provincial 
Secretary, U.S. 1882 ; elected Commons 
of Canada, 1896 and 1900. Recreation : 
farming. Address : New Glasgow, N.S. 

[Died 30 Oct. 1912. 

BELL, Andrew Beatson, advocate, of Kilduncan 
Co. Fife. Chairman of Prison Commissioners 
for Scotland, 1880-96 ; b. 20 Sept. 1831 ; 
e. s. of John Beatson Bell, W.S., Kilduncan ; 
m. Mary, d. of Nicholas Dodd, Bellshield, 
1865 ; three *. two d. Educ. : Edinburgh 
Academy ; Universities of Glasgow and 
Edinburgh. Scottish Bar, 1854; Sheriff- 
Substitute of Fife, 1865 ; F.R.S.E. ; Presi- 
dent R.S.S.A. 1897-99. Publications : joint- 
editor of Digest of Cases in the Supreme 
Court of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1868. Re- 
creation : Royal and Ancient Golf Club, St. 
Andrews. Address : 17 Lansdowne Cres- 
cent, Edinburgh. Clubs : Royal Societies ; 
University, Edinburgh. 

[Died 6 Jan. 1913. 

BELL, Rev. Charles Dent, D.D. ; Hon. Canon 
of Carlisle ; b. Ireland 10 Feb. 1818 ; s. of 



BELL 

Henry Humphrey Bell, landed proprietor. 
Educ.: Edinburgh Academy ; Royal School, 
Dungannon ; Trin. Coll. Dublin. Vice- 
Chancellor's Prizeman Eng. Verse, 1840, 
1841, 1842. Ordained 1843 ; Vicar of Amble- 
side 1861; Rector of Cheltenham, 1872-95; 
m. 1st, 1849, Harriet Jesse, d. of Rev. 
Richard Tillard, late Rector of Bluntis- 
han, Huntington (d. 1851); 2nd, 1855, 
Elizabeth Hannah, d. of Joseph Bainbridge 
of 21 Hyde Park Gardens, W. Publications : 
Night Scenes of the Bible, 1860 ; The Saintly 
Calling, 1874 ; Hills that bring Peace, 1876 ; 
Voices from the Lakes, 1876; Angelic 
Beings and their Ministry, 1877 ; Roll Call 
of Faith, 1878 ; Songs in the Twilight, 1878 ; 
Hymns for Church and Chamber, 1879 ; Our 
Daily Life, 1880 ; Life of Henry Martyn, 
1880 ; Choice of Wisdom, 1881 ; Living 
Truths for Head and Heart, 1881 ; Songs in 
many Keys, 1884 ; Valley of Weeping and 
Place of Springs, 1886 ; Gleanings from 
Tour in Palestine and the East, 1886; 
Winter on the Nile, 1888 ; Reminiscences of 
a Boyhood, etc., 1889 ; Poems Old and 
New, 1893; Diana's Looking-Glass, 1894; 
The Name above every Name. 1894 ; Tales 
told by the Fireside, 1896. Recreations: 
literature, travel, chess. Address : Lough- 
rigg Brow, Ambleside, Ballymaquigan, Co. 
Derry, Ireland. Club : National. 

[Died 11 Nov. 1898. 

BELL, Charles Frederick Moberly, Managing 
Director of the Times from 1908 ; b. 2 Apr. 
1847 ; *. of late Thomas Bell of Egypt ; m. 
1875, d. of late Rev. James Chataway ; two 
*. three d. Educ. : privately. Times Corre- 
spondent in Egypt from 1865-90 ; Assistant 
Manager of the Times, 1890-1908. Publica- 
tions : Khedives and Pashas. 1884 ; Egyptian 
Finance, 1887 ; From Pharaoh to Fellah, 
1889 Address : 22 Park Crescent, Portland 
Place, W. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 5 Apr. 1911. 

BELL, Hon. Sir Francis Dillon, K.C.M.G. ; cr. 
1881. At one time Speaker House of 
Representatives, New Zealand, 1871-76 ; 
Agent-Gen, for New Zealand, 1880-91 ; 
widower. Address : Wellington, New Zea- 
land. [Dind 15 July 1898. 

BELL, Rev. George Charles, Canon of Sarum 
from 1887 ; Rector of St. Michael, Cornhill, 
St. Peter le Poer, and St. Benet Fink since 
1906 ; Honorary Fellow of Worcester 
College, 1896 ; Almoner of Christ's Hospital 
since 1890 ; Member of Council of Marl- 
borough College, 1903 ; Governor of Dulwich 
College, 1909 ; and of the Grey Coat Hospital 
1910 ; s. of Geo. Bell, London ; m. Elizabeth, 
d. of Edward Milner, 1870 ; one *. three d. 
Educ-. : Christ's Hospital ; Lincoln College ; 
Worcester College, Oxford. 1st class Lit. 
Hum. 1854 ; 1st class Math. 1855 ; Senior 
University Mathematical Scholar, 1857 ; 
Math. Examiner, 1863 ; Select Preacher, 
1867 and 1885. Scholar of Lincoln College, 
1851 ; Scholar of Worcester College, 1852 
B.A. 1855 ; M.A. 1857 ; Fellow Lecturer, 
and Tutor of Worcester College, 1857-65 ; 
2nd Master Dulwich College, 1865 ; Head- 
master of Christ's Hospital, 1868 ; Master of 
Marlborough College, 1876-1903 ; Chairman 
of Teachers' Registration Council, 1904 ; 
Principal of Queen's College, London, 1904- 
1910. Publication : Religious Teaching in 
Secondary Schools. 1896 ; 2nd ed. 1898. 
Address : 19 Cowley Street, Westminster. 
Club : Athenaeum. [Died 6 Jan. 1913. 

BELL, James, C.B. 1889, D.Sc., Ph.D., F.R.S. ; 
b. Armagh, 1825 ; m. 1858, Ellen (d. 1900), 
d. of W. Reece of Chester. Educ. principally 
by private tuition ; Univ. Coll. London, 
Gold and Silver Medallist in Chemistry. 
Deputy-Principal, Somerset House Labora- 
tory 1867-74, and Principal, 1875-94 ; Pres. 
54 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Inst. of Chemistry, 1888-91 ; Insp. of Lime 
and Lemon Juice for Board of Trade, 1869- 
1894 ; Chemical Referee under Sale of Food 
and Drugs Acts, 1875-94 ; Consulting Chemist, 
Indian Government, 1869-94. Publication : 
The Chemistry of Foods, 1883, based on 
original researches (adapted as a handbook 
for South Kensington Museum, translated 
into German). Address : 52 Cromwell 
Road, Hove. Club : Royal Societies. 

[Died 31 March 1908. 

BELL, Joseph, M.D., F.R.C.S. Edinburgh; 
J.P. (Midlothian) ; D.L. (Edin.) ; a Surgeon 
in Edinburgh ; consulting Surgeon to Royal 
Infirmary and Royal Hospital for Sick 
Children ; Member, University Court, Edin- 
burgh University ; b. Edinburgh, 2 Dec. 
1837 ; e. s. of Benjamin Bell, Surgeon, and 
Cecilia Craigie ; m. Edith Katherine, d. of 
Hon. James Erskine Murray, 1865 (d. 1874) ; 
two d. Educ. : Academy ; Univ. Edin- 
burgh. Went through the ordinary course 
of a Hospital Surgeon at Edinburgh Royal 
Infirmary from Dresser to Senior Surgeon 
and Consulting Surgeon ; 23 (1873-96) years 
editor of Edinburgh Medical Journal. Publi- 
cations : Manual of Surgical Operations, 7th 
ed. 1894 ; Notes on Surgery for Nurses 6th 
ed. 1906. Recreations : fishing, shooting, 
etc. Address : 2 Melville Crescent, Edin- 
burgh ; Mauricewood, Milton Bridge, Mid- 
lothian. Club : University, Edinburgh. 

[Died 4 Oct. 1911. 

BELL, Hon. Joshua Thomas, M.L.A. ; Speaker 
of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland 
from 1909 ; b. I March 1863 ; e. s. of late 
Hon. Sir Joshua Peter Bell, K.C.M.G., of 
Timbour, Darling Downs, Queensland, Presi- 
dent ot the Legislative Council, and Margaret, 
d. of late Dr. Dorsey of Ipswich, Queensland ; 
m. 1903, Catherine, 2nd d. of late Hon. John 
Ferguson, M.L.C., sometime Senator for 
Queensland in Commonwealth Parliament, 
and w. of Sydney Jones of Rockhampton. 
Queensland ; one s. one d. Educ. : Ipswich 
and Brisbane Grammar Schools : Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge. President of the Cam- 
bridge Union, 1885 ; called to Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1888; Private Secretary to Sir 
Samuel Griffith, Premier of Queensland, 
1890-93 ; elected to Queensland Parliament 
as Member for Dally, Darling Downs, 1893. 
1896, 1899, 1902, 1904, 1907, 1908 ; Member 
of Royal Commission on Land Settlement, 
1897 ; Chairman of Committees, 1902 ; 
Minister for Lands, 1903-8 ; Minister for 
Railways, 1906 ; Home Secretary, 1908-9. 
Address : Graceville, Brisbane ; Jimbour, 
Darling Downs, Queensland. Club : Queens- 
land, Brisbane. [Died 8 March 1911. 

BELL, Sir Lowthian, 1st Bt. ; cr. 1885 ; J.P., 
D.L., F.R.S., LL.D, ; largely interested in 
the Clarence Iron Works, Mines, and Collieries ; 
Director North-Eastern Railway ; b. New- 
castle, 1816 ; s. of Alderman Thomas Bell ; 
m. Margaret, 2nd d. of Hugh Lee Pattinson, 
F.R.S. Educ. : Mr. Bruce's School, New- 
castle ; also at German and Danish places of 
instruction ; Edinburgh University ; Sor- 
bonne. Paris. Mayor Newcastle, 1854-62. 
Publications : Chemistry of the Blast 
Furnace ; Principles of the Manufacture of 
Iron and Steel. Recreation : gardening. 
Owned 3000 acres. Heir : s. Thomas Hugh, 
b. 1844. Address : Rounton Grange, North- 
allerton. Club : Reform. 

[Died 20 Dec. 1904. 

BELL, Colonel Mark Sever, R.E., P.S.C., V.C., 

fcvC.B., H.P. August, 1898; retired 15 May 
1900 ; b. Sydney, N.S. Wales, 15 May 1843 ; 
s. of Hutchinson Bell of Leconfield, Yorkshire; 
m. 1st, 1875, Angelina Helen, d. of Capt. 
H. B. F. Dickenson, J.P. ; 2nd, 1890, Nora 
Margaret, d. of Hext Boger, Inceworth, 
Devon. Educ. : privately and King's Coll. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



London. Fellow King's Coll. London 
MacGregor Gold Medallist U.S. Insti 
India. Entered R.E. 1862; Capt. 1874 
Maj. 1882 ; Bt. Lieut.-Col. 1884 : Bt. Co 
1887 ; Col. on Staff, and commanding R.E 
Western District, 1894-1898 ; commande 
R.E. and Bengal Sappers and Miners, an 
Assistant Field Engineer, Bhutan Campaign 
1865-66 (medal and clasp) ; commande 
R.E. and Assistant Field Engineer Hazar 
Campaign, 1868 (conduct brought to notic 
in despatches, and forced march of 60 
miles commended ; clasp) ; Adj. R.L 
Brigade and Special Service Officer, Ashani 
War, 1873-74 (despatches ; medal an 
clasp ; V.C.) ; on Intelligence duty, Burmal 
Expedition, 1886-87 (clasp) ; A.Q.M.G. fo 
Intelligence, Bengal, 1880-85, and D.Q.M.G 
for Intelligence, 1885-1888; A. B.C. t 
Queen Victoria, 1887-1900 ; cr. C.B. (M.C. 
1893 ; Jubilee Medal, 1887 ; clasp 1897 
Recreation: travelled widely over generall 
unknown parts of China, Central Asia 
Persia, Kurdistan, Asia Minor, etc. ; autho 
of several Military and Geographical articles 
Address : Earlywood Lodge, Windlesham 
Surrey. Clubs : Army and Navy ; Unite 
Service, Simla. [Died 26 June 1906 

BELL, Hon. Valentine Graeme, M.Inst. C.E. 
C.M.G. 1903 ; Director of Public Works 
Member of the Privy Council and of the 
Legislative Council, Jamaica ; b. 27 June 
1839 ; s. of late William Bell ; m. 1st, 1864 
Rebecca (d. 1868), d. of Alexander Bel 
Filson, M.D. ; 2nd, 1882, Emily Georgina, d 
of late Francis Robertson Lynch, of Jamaica 
Address : Kingston, Jamaica. 

[Died 29 May 1908 

BELL, Col. William, C.B. 1889 ; Government 
Secretary, Guernsey ; b. 1829 ; . of Thomas 
Bell, of Guernsey ; m. 1855, Rosina, d. oi 
Hayiland Carey ; two s. three d. Address , 
Swissville, Guernsey. [Died 28 Feb. 1913, 
BELL, Sir William James, Kt., cr. 1892 ; M.A., 
LL.D. Camb., J.P., D.L. ; s. of late Dr 
James Bell, C.B., F.R.S. ; m. Bertha, d. 
of late G. Torr of Ewell, Surrey. Educ. : 
Clare College, Cambridge. Barr. 1882 ; con- 
tested Caithness, 1892 ; Vice-Chairman, 
Ross-shire C.C., 1890-92 ; Alderman on the 
L.C.C., 1903-7 ; is one of the King's Body- 
guard for Scotland. Publications : The hale 
of Food and Drugs Acts, 1886-1904, and 
other works. Recreations : deer-stalking, 
shooting, riding. Address : 38 St. James 
Place. S.W. Clubs : Reform, Bath. 

[Died 2 Apr. 1913. 

BELLAIRS, Lieut.-Gen. Sir William, K.C.M.G. ; 
cr. 1882 ; C.B., 1878 ; b. 28 Aug. 1828 ; y. 
s. of late Sir William Bellairs of Mulbarton, 
Norfolk, J.P. [who served with 15th Hussars 
in Peninsula and Waterloo campaigns] ; m. 
1st, Emily Craven, d. of Lieut.-Col. W. B. 
Gibbons, J.P. ; one s. two d. ; 2nd, Blanche 
St. John [author of Gossips with Girls, etc.], 
d. of Francis Adolphus Moschzisker, Ph.D., 
1867 ; four s. Entered army, 1846 ; Major- 
Gen., 1884 ; Lieut.-Gen. (retired) 1887 ; 
served with 49th Regiment and on Staff 
throughout Crimean campaign, 1854-56 
(medal three clasps, Turkish War Medal, 
Legion of Honour, Medjidie, despatches 
B.-Maj.) ; D.A.G. throughout Kaffir War, 
1877-78 ; in command of combined Forces 
on E. Frontier during Gaika Rebellion 
(several times despatches) ; throughout 
Zulu campaign, 1879 (medal with clasp and 
distinguished service reward) ; Col. on Staff, 
Natal and Transvaal, 1880 ; Administrator 
of Natal, 1880; M.L.C. and of Assembly, 
Transvaal, 1880-81 ; Brig.-Gen. command- 
ing the Forces throughout defence of the 
Transvaal garrisons and three months' siege 
of Pretoria ; sometime Administrator of 
Transvaal; Col. of Nottinghamshire and 



BELPER 

Derbyshire Regt., 1902 ; transferred to R. 

e ' J9P ; has also acted on Ar my Staff 
and in Civil positions in West Indies, Ireland, 
Canada, and Gibraltar. Publications The 
Transvaal War, 1880-81, 1885 ; The Military 
Career, 1889 ; contributions to Reviews, 
etc. Address : Clevedon, Somerset. Club : 
National Liberal. [Died 24 July 1913. 

BELLAMY, Edward, journalist and author; 
b. Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts, 1850. 
Educ. : Union Coll. ; Germany. Became a 
journalist and joined the staff of New York 
Evening Post, 1871 ; joined staff of Spring- 
field Union, 1872 ; helped to found Spring- 
field News. Publications : Six to One : a 
Nantucket Idyl, 1878; Dr. Heidenhoff's 
Process, 1880; Miss Ludington's Sister, 
1884 ; Looking Backward, 1889. Address : 
Chicopee Falls, Mass. U.S.A. 

[Died 22 May 1898. 

BELLAMY, Rev. James, D.D. ; President of 
St. John's Coll. Oxford, from 1871 ; b. 
1819 ; s. of late Rev. J. W. Bellamy, Head- 
master of Merchant Taylors' School. Educ. : 
St. John's College, Oxford (2nd class Lit. 
Hum., 1st class Math.). Vice-Chancellor 
University of Oxford, 1886-90 ; Rector of 
Leckford, 1895-1907. Address : 5 St John's 
College, Oxford ; Manor House, Ingoldis- 
thorpe. King's Lynn. [Died 25 Aug. 1909. 
BELLEW, 3rd Baron (cr. 1848), Charles Bertram 
Bellew, Bt. 1688 ; H.M.'s Lieut, of County 
Louth from 1898 ; 2nd s. of 2nd Baron and 
Augusta Mary, d. of Col. George Bryan of 
Jenkinstown, Co. Kilkenny ; b. 19 Apr. 
1855 ; S. father 1895 ; m. 1883, Mildred, 
d. of Sir Humphrey de Trafford, 2nd Bt. 
Owned about 6000 acres. Heir : b. Hon. 
George Leopold Bryan. Address : Barmeath 
Castle, Dunleer, County Louth. Clubs: 
Marlborough, Carlton, Bachelors' ; Kildare 
Street, Dublin. [Died 15 July 1911. 

BELMORE, 4th Earl of (cr. 1797), Sir Somerset 
Richard Lowry-Corry ; P. C. (Ireland, 1867) ; 
G.C.M.G., cr. 1890 ; M.A. ; Baron Belmore, 
1781 ; Viscount Belmore, 1789. Repre- 
sentative Peer for Ireland, 1857 (Senior 
from 1893) ; H.M.L. and C.R. Co. Tyrone 
from 1892 ; J.P. Cos. Tyrone, Fermanagh, 
and Kent [title taken from a mountain 
in Co. Fermanagh. The first peer was 
M.P. for Tyrone , and an extensive land- 
owner in Tyrone, Fermanagh, Longford, 
Monaghan, and Armagh] ; b. London, 9 Apr. 
1835 ; S. father 1845 ; m. 1861, Anne 
Elizabeth Honoria, d. of late Capt. John 
Gladstone, R.N., M.P. ; three s. nine d. 
Church of Ireland. Unionist Conservative. 
Under-Secretary, Home Department, 1866- 
1867 ; Governor New South Wales, 1868- 
1872 ; K.C.M.G. 1872 ; President Commis- 
sion on Trinity College, Dublin, 1877, and 
of the Manual and Practical Instruction 
(Ireland) Commission, 1897 ; has served as 
one of the Lords Justices General and 
General Governors of Ireland, and on 
Judicial Committee of the Irish Privy 
Council. Educ. : Eton ; Trin. Coll. Camb. 
Publications : History of the Corry Family, 
1891 ; History of the Manors of Finagh 
and Coole, 1881 ; Parliamentary Memoirs 
of Fermanagh and Tyrone, 1887 ; articles 
in Ulster Journal of Archeology. Recrea- 
tion : archaeology. Heir : s. Viscount Corry. 
Address : Castle Coole, Enniskillen. Club : 
Fermanagh, Enniskillen. 

[Died 6 Apr. 1913. 

ELPER, 2nd Baron (cr. 1856), Henry Strutt, 
LL.M., P.C. ; A.D.C. to the King ; Capt. 
Hon Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms 1895- 
1906 ; Chairman of County Council and of 
Quarter-Sessions, Notts ; b. 20 May 1840 ; 
S. father 1880; m. 1874, Lady Margaret 
Coke, d. of 2nd Earl of Leicester ; one s. 
five d. Educ. : Harrow ; Trin. Coll. Camb. 
55 



BELSBY 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



M.P. (L.) E. Derbyshire, 1868-74 ; Berwick, 
1880. Owned over 5000 acres. Heir: s. 
Hon. A. H. Strutt. Address : Kingston 
Hall, Kegworth, Derby. Clubs : Brooks's, 
Travellers'. [Died 26 July 1914. 

BELSEY, Sir Francis Flint, Kt., cr. 1909; 
J.P. ; e. s. of Isaac Belsey of Rochester, 
corn merchant ; b. 17 Oct. 1837 ; m. 1897, 
Kate Morrison Foster (widow) of New York ; 
no c. Educ. : Chatham Proprietary School. 
Joined his father in business, retiring 1880 ; 
devoted himself to educational, philanthropic, 
and public work ; was twice Mayor of his 
native city ; for twenty-seven years member 
of the city School Board and for the greater 
part of that time its Chairman; was for 
eight years a co-opted member of the Kent 
Education Committee and was Chairman of 
its Works Sub-Committee ; was Chairman 
of the Council of the Sunday School Union 
and was President of the World's First 
Sunday School Convention, London, 1889 ; 
contested (L.) Faversham Division of Kent, 
1885 ; the city of .Rochester, 1886 ; for many 
years a member of the Committee of the 
National Liberal Club and of the Executive 
of the Home Counties Branch of the National 
Liberal Federation. Publications : several 
small works on Sunday-school teaching. 
Address: 12 Russell Square, W.C. Club: 
National Liberal. [Died 25 May 1914. 

BEMROSE, Sir Henry Howe, K.B., cr. 1897 ; 
b. 19 Nov. 1827 ; e. *. of Wm. Bemrose, 
Derby ; m. Charlotte, d. of William Brindley, 
Derby, 1855. Educ. : Derby Grammar 
School; King William's College, Isle of 
Man. Ex-Capt. Rifle Volunteers; Mayor 
of Derby, 1877 ; J.P. Borough and County ; 
Chairman, Bemrose and Sons, Ltd., London 
and Derby ; Director, Parr's Derby Bank ; 
Linotype and other companies ; Member of 
House of Laymen ; M.P. for Derby, 1895- 
1900. Address: Lonsdale Hill, Derby. 
Club : Constitutional. [Died 4 May 1911. 

BENDALL, Cecil, M.A., M.R.A.S., Professor 
Sanskrit, Camb., from 1903 ; b. London, 1 
July 1856; m. 1898, Georgette, widow of 
late G. Mosse of Cowley Hall, Middlesex 
(author of L'entente cordiale en cuisine, Pt. 
1905). Educ. : City of London School ; 
Trin. Coll. and Caius Coll. Camb. 1st Class 
Classical Tripos ; 1st Class Indian Languages 
Tripos ; Fellow Caius Coll. 1879-85 ; Senior 
Assistant, Department of Oriental MSS. and 
Printed Books, British Museum, 1882-98 ; 
Curator of Oriental Literature in University 
Library, Cambridge, 1902 ; travelled in N. 
India and Nepal, 1884-85 and 1898-99; 
Member of Council Royal Asiatic Soc. 1901 ; 
Professor of Sanskrit, Univ. Coll. London, 
1885-1903; University Lecturer Sanskrit, 
Cambridge, 1902-3. Publications: Cata- 
logue of Buddhist Sanskrit MSS. in University 
Library, Cambridge, 1883 ; Journey of 
Literary and Archaeological Research in 
Nepal and Northern India, 1886 : 
Cikshasamuccaya, St. Petersburg, 1897- 
1902; Catalogues of Sanskrit and Pali 
books (1893) and of Sanskrit MSS. (1902) 
in the British Museum ; Subhasita-samgraha, 
Louvain, 1903 ; Bodhisattva-bhumi (with 
Prof. Poussin) Louvain, 1905. Recreations : 
music of 16th to 18th centuries, photography. 
Address : 105 Castle Street, Cambridge. 
Club : Camera. [Died 14 March 1906. 

BENHAM, Rev. William, D.D., F.S.A., 
F.K.C.L. ; Rector of St. Edmund's, Lom- 
bard Street, from 1882; Hon. Canon of 
Canterbury from 1885 ; b. Westmeon, 
Hants, 15 Jan. 1831 ; e. s. of James Benham, 
village postmaster : m. 1st, Louisa, d. of 
Lewis Engelbach (d. 1870), 2nd, Caroline 
Elizabeth Sandell, d. of Joseph Sandell, 
Old Basing, Hants; two d. Educ.: St. 
Mark's College Chelsea; King's College 
56 



London. Village schoolmaster, 1849-52 ; 
private tutor, 1853-56 ; student at King's 
Coll. 1856-57 ; ordained, June 1857 ; tutor 
in St. Mark's Coll. Chelsea, 1857-64 ; Edi- 
torial Secretary, S.P.C.K. 1864-67 ; Pro- 
fessor of Modern History, Queen's Coll. 
London, 1864-73 ; Vicar of Addington, 
1867-73 ; of Margate, 1873-80 ; Six-Preacher 
of Canterbury Cathedral, 1873-84; Vicar 
of Marden, 1880-82. Publications : Gospel 
of St. Matthew, with Notes and a Com- 
mentary, 1862 ; English Ballads, with 
Introduction and Notes, 1863 ; The Epistles 
for the Christian Year, with Notes and 
Commentary, 1864 ; Readings on the Life 
of our Lord and His Apostles, 1880 ; The 
Church of the Patriarchs, 1867 ; editor 
Cowper's Poems, 1870 ; Commentary on the 
Acts in S.P.C.K. Commentary, 1871 ; Com- 
panion to the Lectionary, 1872 ; A New 
Translation of Thomas a Kempis' " Imitatio 
Christi," 1874 ; Catharine and Craufurd 
Tait, 1879 ; Cowper's Letters, 1883 ; How 
to teach the Old Testament, 1881 ; Sermons 
for the Church's Year (compiled), 2 vols. ; 
Annals of the Diocese of Winchester, 1884 ; 
A Short History of the Episcopal Church in 
America, 1884 ; The Dictionary of Religion, 
1887 ; Rochester Cathedral, 1900 ; Mediseval 
London, 1901 ; Old St. Paul's, 1902 ; joint 
author (with the Bishop of Winchester) 
Life of Archbishop Tait, 1891 ; editor, 
Ancient and Modern Library of Theological 
Literature ; The Writings of St. John, in 
the Temple Bible. Recreation : riding on 
tops of omnibuses. Address : 32 Finsbury 
Square, E.G. [Died 30 July 1910. 

BENJAMIN, Sir Benjamin, Kt., cr. 1889 ; 
J.P., N.S.W. ; b. 1834 ; 1857, Fanny, d. of 
A. Cohen, Sydney. Melbourne City Council, 
1870; Alderman, 1881; Mayor, 1887-89. 
Address : Canally, George Street, East 
Melbourne. [Died 7 March 1905. 

BENJAMIN-CONSTANT, Jean Joseph ; French 
painter ; b. Paris, 10 June 1845. Educ. : 
I'Ecole des Beaux-Arts under M. Cabanel. 
First exhibited in Salon, 1869. Works: 
Hamlet et le roi, 1869 ; Trop tard, 1870 ; 
Samson et Dalila, 1872; Femmes du Riff, 
Bouchers maures a Tanger, 1873 ; Coin de 
rue, Carrefour a Tanger, 1874 ; Prisonniers 
marocains, Femmes de Harem au Maroc le 
Dr. Gue"neau de Mussy, 1875 ; Mohamed II., 
M. Emanuel Arago, 1876 ; Portraits de 
Femmes, 1877 ; le Soif, le Harem, Hamlet 
au cimetiere, 1878 ; le Soir sur les terrasses, 
Favorite de 1'Emir, 1879 ; les Derniers 
Rebelles, 1880; Passe-temps d'un Kalifa, 
He"rodiade, 1881 ; les Che"rifas, 1884 ; la 
Justice du Che'rif, 1885 ; Judith, Justinien, 
1886 ; Orphe"e, Theodora, 1887 ; le Jour 
des fune"railles, 1889; Beethoven Victrix, 
1890 : obtained the Me"daille d'Honneur at 
the Salon of 1893. Portraits : Madame 
Walter (de Londres) ; idem de son flls Andr< 
du Muse"e du Luxembourg (Me"daille d'Hon- 
neur au Salon de 1893); M. Nicauchard ; 
M. Chauchard ; Madame Von Derwies ; 
Mile. Calve" ; de ses ' deux fils ' etc., etc. ; 
tous ces portraits ayant paru dans les divers 
Salons ; et a 1'Exposition Universelle ayant 
le portrait de la reine d'Angleterre qui a 
obtenu le Grand Prix. Address : 59 Rue 
Ampere, Paris. [Died 26 May 1902. 

BENNETT, Lt.-Col. Alfred Charles, D.S.O. 
1902 ; late 4th Batt. West Yorks Regiment ; 
Reserve of Officers ; s. of late Saint John 
Bennett, barrister-at-law, Colewood Park, 
Sussex ; m. E. Charlotte, d. of F. Vere- 
Hopegood, of Hadley and 70th Regt., and 
widow of Wilmot Lambert, Rifle Brigade. 
Served South Africa (despatches, medals 
and clasp, D.S.O.). Address : Ardleigh 
Park, near Colchester Essex. ^ 

[Died 6 Jan. 1915. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BENNETT, Alfred William, M.A., B.Sc., F.L.S. ; 

Lecturer on Botany, St. Thomas's Hospital ; 
editor Journal of the Royal Microscopical 
Society ; b. Clapham, 1833 ; s. of William 
Bennett, tea merchant ; m. d. of William 
Richardson, Sunderland (deceased). Educ. : 
University Coll. London. Lecturer and 
writer on botanical subjects ; late examiner 
in Botany to the University of Wales, and 
lecturer on Botany at Bedford (Ladies') 
College ; Fellow (and at one time V.P.) 
of the Linnean Society ; Fellow (and 
formerly V.P.) of the Royal Microscopical 
Society. Publications : English edition of 
Sachs's Text-book of Botany (with Mr. 
Thiselton Dyer), 1875 ; Hand-book of 
Cryptogamic Botany (with Mr. G. Murray), 
1889; Flora of the Alps, 2 vols. 1896; 
many smaller publications and contributions 
to scientific journals and the proceedings of 
learned societies. Recreations : billiards, 
whist, chess. Address : 6 Park Village East, 
Regent's Park, N.W. Club : Savile. 

[Died 23 Jan. 1902. 

BENNETT, Edward H., M.D., M.Ch. Dub., Ex- 
President and F.R.C.S.I., Hon. F.R.C.S.E. 
1900 ; Professor of Surgery in the University 
of Dublin from 1873 ; Surgeon to Sir P. 
Dun's Hospital from 1864 ; b. Cork, 9 April 
1837 ; y. s. of Robert Bennett, Recorder of 
Cork, and Jane, d. of W. S. Hallaran, M.D. 
Cork. Educ. : Trin. College, Dublin. 
Graduated A.B., M.B., M.Ch. 1859, M.D. 
1864 ; University Anatomist, 1864 ; Presi- 
dent R.C.S.I. 1884 ; President Royal 
Academy of Medicine in Ireland, 1897-98- 
1899-90 ; Consulting Surgeon to Dr. Steeven's 
Hospital, Royal Victoria Eye Hospital, and 
Dental Hospital. Publications : Ankylosis of 
Hip, 1874 ; Fractures of Costal Cartilages, 
1876 ; Fractures of the Rib, 1878 ; Colles' 
Fracture, 1880 ; Fracture of the Upper 
Third of Fibula, 1880 ; Fracture of Femur, 
1880 and 1895 ; Fracture of the Metacarpal 
Bone of the Thumb, 1886, etc. Recreations : 
fishing. Address : 26 Lower Fitzwilliam 

Street, Dublin. Club : University, Dublin. 
[Died 23 June 1907. 

BENNETT, Sir Henry Curtis, Kt., cr. 1913,'; J.P.; 
Metropolitan Police Magistrate. Bow Street, 
from 1908 ; b. Weedon, 11 May 1846 ; . 
of Rev. George Peter Bennett (32 years 
Vicar of Kelvedon, Essex) ; m. Emily Jane, 
d. of late F. Hughes - Hallett, Brooke 
Place, Ashford, Kent ; two s. one d. 
Educ.: Kelvedon. Barrister, 1870 ; Revising 
Barrister for Essex, 1884-86 ; Metropolitan 
Police Magistrate, West London, 1886-95 ; 
Marylebone, 1895-1905 ; Westminster, 1905- 
1908. Recreations : walking and reading. 
Address : 118 Lexham Gardens, Kensington, 
W. ; Boreham Lodge, Chelmsford, Essex. 
Clubs : Carlton, Grosvenor, Westminster. 

[Died 2 June 1913. 

BENNETT, Rev. Henry Leigh, Rector of St. 
Mary Magdalene, Lincoln, 1901-4 ; b. 1833 ; 
2nd s. of Rev. E. Leigh Bennett, Vicar of 
Long Sutton, Lincolnshire ; m. 1871, Grace, 
d. of Rev. Granville Granville, Rector of 
Pleasley, Notts ; four s. three d. Educ. : 
Rugby ; Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 
B.A., 2nd class Lit. Hum., 1855; 2nd 
Ellerton Theological Prize, M.A., 1870; 
Deacon, 1856 ; Curate of Burgh Castle, 
Suffolk, 1856-57 ; Lutton, Lincolnshire, 
1858 - 62 ; Priest, 1858 ; Curate of Long 
Sutton, Lincolnshire, 1862-68 ; Vicar of 
St. Peter's, Mansfield, 1868-73 ; Prebendary 
of Kilsby in Lincoln Cathedral 1873 ; Vicar 
of Scarrington, Notts, 1873-75 ; Rural Dean 
of Bingham, 1874-75 ; Rector of Thrybergh, 
Yorkshire, 1875-1901 ; Rural Dean of 
Rotherham, 1881-95. Publication : Life of 
Archbishop Rotherham. Address : Portland 
Place, Leamington. [Died 18 Feb. 1912. 



BENSON 

BENNETT, Sir John, Kt., cr. 1872 ; head of 
Sir John Bennett, Ltd., 1830-89 ; b. 1814 ; 
s. of John Bennett, watchmaker of Green- 
wich ; widower. Common Councilman 
1862-89 ; Sheriff of London and Middlesex, 
1871-72; Member of the London School 
Board, 1872-79. [Died 3 July 1897. 

BENNETT, Thomas Henry, J.P. ; landowner ; 
Master of Surrey Union Foxhounds ; . of 
late Thomas Bennett, Cobham ; m. Florence, 
o. d. of Lieut.-Gen. Percy Hill, C.B. Was 
Master of Harriers and Foxhounds for many 
years. Recreations : hunting and shooting. 
Address : Cobham Court, Cobham, Surrey. 
Clubs : Boodle's ; Surrey County, Guildford. 
[Died 25 Sept. 1900. 

BENNETT, Colonel William, D.S.O. 1886; 
retired 1890; b. Athlone, 15 Nov. 1835; 
e. 8. of late Captain Thomas Bennett, 14th 
Hussars, and Winifred, d. of late N. Keatinge ; 
m. Belinda, d. of late William Rosher, J.P., 
of Woodfield, Northfleet, Kent, 1869. 
Educ. : private schools. Joined 19th Regi- 
ment, 1858 ; Captain, 1871 ; Captain In- 
structor, School of Musketry, Hythe, 1877 ; 
D.A.A.G. for Musketry, Aldershot, 1878; 
Major Yorkshire Regt. 1881 ; Lieut.-Col. 
1885 ; Colonel, 1889 ; Haaara Campaign, 
Indian N.W. Frontier, including expedition 
against the Black Mountain tribes, 1868 
(medal with clasp) ; Soudan Expedition, 
1884-85 ; Nile, on special service (medal with 
clasp, bronze star) ; Soudan, 1885-86 ; 
Frontier Field Force ; commanded 1st 
P.W.O. (Yorkshire Regiment) action of 
Giniss ; despatches, D.S.O. Recreations : 
travelling, etc. [Died 2 Aug. 1912. 

BENSON, Arthur Henry, F.R.C.S., M.A., M.B., 
Univ. Dub. ; surgeon to the Royal Victoria 
Eye and Ear Hospital. Dublin ; Ophthalmic 
and Aural Surgeon to the Royal City of 
Dublin Hospital ; Ex-University Examiner 
in Ophthalmology, T.C.D. ; Ex-Examiner 
in Ophthalmology, Royal Colleges of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons (conjoint) ; Ex-Member 
of Council, R.C.S.I.: Fellow and Past 
President Pathological Section Royal Aca- 
demy of Medicine ; Member of Ophthalmo- 
logical Societies of U.K. and of Heidelberg ; 
b. 1852 ; s. of late Professor Charles Benson, 
M.A., M.D., T.C.D., 1 ^-President Royal 
College of Surgeons, Ireland, and Maria, d. 
of Maunsell Andrews, J.P. of Rathenny, 
King's Co. ; m. Ethel Martha, y. d. of Richard 
Rawson of Baltinglass, Co. Wicktow. Educ.: 
Dublin University. After taking degrees 
spent two years travelling ; subsequently 
studied in London and Vienna ; House 
Surgeon St. Mark's Ophthalmic Hospital ; 
Lecturer on Ophthalmology, Ledwich School 
of Medicine, Dublin; Surgeon to Dublin 
Throat and Ear Hospital. Publications : 
Papers and Monographs on Ophthalmic and 
Aural Subjects. Recreation: travelling, 
motoring. Address : 42 Fitzwilliam Square, 
Dublin. Clubs : Winter Sports ; Univer- 
sity, Dublin; Royal Irish Yacht, Kings- 
town ; Rathfarnham Golf ; Alpine. Canada. 
[Died 6 Nov. 1912. 

BENSON, Rev. Richard Meux, M.A. ; Founder 
and First Superior of the Society of St. John 
the Evangelist, commonly called the Cowley 
Fathers ; b. Bolton House, Russell Square. 
Educ. : Christ Church, Oxford (Student) ; 
Kennicott Hebrew Scholar. Priest, 1849 ; 
Curate of St. Mark's, Surbiton, 1848-50 ; 
Vicar of Cowley 1850-70 ; Cowley St. John, 
1870-86. Publications : The Wisdom of 
the Son of David ; Redemption (a course of 
Sermons) ; Evangelist Library Catechism ; 
Bible Teachings ; Bened ictus Dominus (a 
course of Daily Meditations) ; Spiritual 
Readings for Advent ; for Christmas ; for 
Epiphany ; Exposition of Epistle to Romans; 
Commentary on Psalm 119 ; The Final 
57 



BENSON 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Passover ; The Life beyond the Grave ; 
The Magnificat ; The Followers of the Lamb 
War-songs of the Prince of Peace ; 
Cqlumba (a poem). Address : S. S. J. E 
Mission House, Cowley St. John, Oxford. 

[Died 14 Jan. 1915 

BENSON, Very Rev. Monsignor Robert Hugh 
M.A. ; Priest in Catholic Arch-diocese o 
Westminster ; b. Wellington College, 1 
Nov. 1871 ; s. of Archbishop Benson an 
Mary Benson. Educ. : Eton ; Trinit 
College, Cambridge. After leaving Cam 
bridge, read for Orders with Dean Vaugha 
at Llandaff ; served a curacy at the Etoi 
Mission, Hackney Wick, and another a 
Kemsing ; became a member of the Com 
munity of the Resurrection, Mirfield, 1898 
was received into the Catholic Church by 
Fr. Reginald Buckler, O.P., 1903 ; ordainec 
priest in Rome, 1904 ; after a year's furthe 
reading at Cambridge, appointed assistant 
priest at the Catholic church ; appointee 
Private Chamberlain to His Holiness Pius X 
1911. Publications: The Light Invisible 
A Book of the Love of Jesus ; By Wha 
Authority ? The King's Achievement 
Richard Raynal, Solitary ; The Queen'; 
Tragedy ; The Sentimentalists ; The Reli 
gion of the Plain Man A Mirror of Shalott 
Lord of the World ; St. Thomas of Canter 
bury ; The Conventionalists ; The Necro 
mancers ; A Winnowing ; None Othei 
Gods; Non-Catholic Denominations ; Chris 
in the Church ; The Dawn of All, 1911 ; The 
Coward ; The Friendship of Christ ; Come 
Rack 1 Come Rope ! 1912 ; Confessions of 
a Convert ; An Average Man, 1913 ; Initia- 
tion, 1914 ; and various newspaper anc 
magazine articles and pamphlets. Recrea- 
tions : bicycling, shooting, fishing. Ad- 
dress : Hare Street House, near Bunting- 
ford ; Tremans, Horsted Keynes. 

[Died 19 Oct. 1914. 

BENT, James Theodore, traveller, archaeologist, 
and author ; b. 30 Mar. 1852 ; o. s. of James 
Bent, Baildon House, Leeds; m. Mabel 
V. A. Hall-Dare, Newtounbarry House, 
Ireland, 1877. Educ. : Repton ; Wadham 
Coll. Oxford. Travelled in Greece. Asia 
Minor, Persia, Mashonaland, Abyssinia, 
Arabia. Publications : The Cyclades, or 
Life amongst the Insular Greeks, 1885 
The Ruined Cities of Mashonaland, 1892 ; 
The Sacred City of the Ethiopians, 1893. 
Recreation : cycling. Address : 13 Great 
Cumberland Place, W. Clubs : Savile, 
Royal Societies. [Died 5 May 1897. 

BENT, Hon. Sir Thomas, K.C.M.G., cr. 1908 ; 
Premier, Treasurer, and Minister of Railways 
of Victoria, Australia, from 1904. Address : 
Melbourne, Victoria. [Died 17 Sept. 1909. 
BENTINCK, Lord William Augustus Caven- 
dish-, D.S.O. 1900; Major 10th Hussars; 
served South Africa, 1900 (despatches) ; 
b. 1865; halj-b. of 6th Duke of Portland. 
Educ. : Eton. Entered army 1887 ; Cap- 
tain, 1893 ; Major, 1902. 

[Died 4 Nov. 1903. 

BENTINCK, Count, William Charles Philip 
Otho, 7th Count (Holy Roman Empire, 
1732) ; Count of Waldeck-Limpurg, 1888, 
and Count and Baron of Aldenburg ; Heredi- 
tary Member of the Upper House of the 
Wurtemberg Parliament ; b. 1848 ; S. bro. 
1874 ; m. 1877, Baroness Mary Cornelia 
(d. 1912) d. of late Baron de Heeckeren- 
Wassenaer ; two s. two d. Entered English 
Diplomatic Service, 1870; Berlin, 1871; 
The Hague, 1872; Paris, 1872; Berlin, 
1875 and 1876. Heir : s. Hereditary Count 
William Frederick Charles Henry, b. 1880. 
Address : Gaildorf, Wurtemberg ; Mid- 
dachten Castle, Steeg ; Weldam Castle, 
Goor ; 13 Voorhout, The Hague. 

[Died 2 Nov. 1912. 
58 



BERESFORD, His Honour Cecil Hugh W., 

County Court Judge. Devon and Somerset ; 
2nd s. of William Beresford. Educ. : Trinity 
College, Cambridge. Called to Bar, Middle 
Temple, 1875. Address : The Hall, Wear 
Gifford, near Bideford. [Died 13 Feb. 1912. 
BERESFORD, George de la Poer, J.P., D.L. ; 
b. 1831 ; e. s. of Most Rev. Marcus Gervais 
Beresford, D.D., Archbishop of Armagh, 
and 1st wife, Mary, d. of Col. Henry P. 
L'Estrange of Moystown, King's Co. ; m. 
1860, Mary Annabella, d. of late Rev. 
William Vernon Harcourt of Nuneham 
Park, Oxon ; one s. one d. Educ. : Eton ; 
University College, Oxford. High Sheriff, 
Co. Cavan, 1867, Co. Armagh, 1887 ; M.P. 
Armagh, 1875-85. Address: Awnbawn, 
Killeshandra Co. Cavan ; Ovenden, Sun- 
dridge, Sevenoaks, Kent. Clubs : Carlton ; 
Kildare Street, Dublin. [Died 3 Aug. 1906.. 
BERESFORD, Lt.-Gen. Mostyn de la Poer ; 
b. 6 Dec. 1835. Entered army, 1853 ; 
Maj.-Gen. 1887 ; retired, 1887 ; served 
Crimea, 1855-56 (medal with clasp. Turkish 
medal) ; Indian Mutiny, 1858 ; Lt.-CoI. 
72nd Highlanders, 1872-77. Address : Wol- 
sey House, East Molesey. Club : Army 
and Navy. \Died 19 Aug. 1911. 

BERESFORD, Lady William, d. of late Com- 
modore Price, New York ; m. 1st, Louis 
Hammersley, New York; 2nd, 1888, 8th 
Duke of Marlborough (d. 1892) ; 3rd, 1895, 
Lord William Beresford (d. 1900); one s. 
Address : Deepdene, Dorking. 

[Died 11 Jan. 1909. 

BERESFORD, Lord William Leslie de la Poer, 
V.C., K.C.I.E. ; b. 20 July 1847 ; 3rd s. of 4th 
Marquess of Waterford ; m. Lily Warren, 
d. of late Commodore Price, New York, and 
widow of Louis Hammersley, New York, 
and of 8th Duke of Marlborough, 1895. 
Educ. : Eton. Joined 9th Lancers, 1867 ; 
A.D.C. to Viceroy of India (Lytton), 1876-80 ; 
Military Secretary to Viceroys Ripon, 
Dufferin, and Lansdowne, 1882-94 ; Lieut.- 
Col. 9th Lancers, 1890-94. Heir : s. 
William Warren de la Poer, b. 4 Feb. 1897. 
Address : 3 Carlton House Terrace, S.W. ; 
Deepdene, Dorking. [Died 28 Dec. 1900. 
BERGNE, Sir John Henry Gibbs, K.C.B., cr. 
1903; K.C.M.G., cr. 1888; C.B. 1902; 
Head of Commercial Department and 
Examiner of Treaties, Foreign Office ; b. 
London, 12 Aug. 1842 ; s. of John Brodribb 
Bergne (Foreign Office) ; m. Mary A Court, 
d. of Rev. S. B. Bergne, 1878 ; one s. Educ.: 
Brighton ; Enfleld ; London Univ. Entered 
Foreign Office. 1861 ; Superintendent of 
Treaty Department, 1881-93 ; Secretary of 
Legation in H.M.'s Diplomatic Service ; 
H.M.'s Plenipotentiary in 1886 and 1896 
for signature of Copyright Convention of 
Berne and of the Additional Act of Paris ; 
Protocolist to Fisheries Commission at 
Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1877 ; at Washington; 
1887-88 ; delegate of H.M.'s Government to 
Conferences at Rome, Madrid, and Brussels 
on the Industrial Property Convention, 
1886, 1890, and 1898 ; British Commissioner 
at Sugar Conference at Brussels, 1898 ; and 
H.M.'s Plenipotentiary for signature of 
International Sugar Convention, 1902 ; ap- 
pointed a Royal Commissioner for the British 
section of the Paris International Exhibition, 
1900 ; retired, 1902 ; but in March 1903 was 
appointed Chief British Delegate to the 
Permanent International Commission at 
Brussels under the Sugar Bounties Conven- 
tion. Recreations : Alpine Club ; M.C.C. ; 
golf ; collector of blue and white Oriental 
porcelain. Address : 13 Pembroke Road, 
Kensington, W. Clubs : St. James's, 
Authors', Alpine. [D'ied 15 Nov. 1908. 

ERKELEY, Maj.-Gen. Frederick George ; 
b. 23 April 1841 ; m. 1865, Mary Louisa, 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



2nd d. of late Hon. Walter H. Dickson 
Woodlawn, Niagara, Canada. Entered arm 
1858; Lieut.-Col. 1st L. N. Lancashir 
Regiment, 1885-87 ; Col. 47th Regimenta 
District, 1888-93 ; Maj.-Gen., 1897, retire 
1900. Address: The Almners, Chertse 
Surrey. Club : Army and Navy. 

[Died 3 Dec. 1906 

BERKELEY, Sir George, K.C.M.G. ; cr. 1881 
*. 1819 ; s. of late Gen. S. H. Berkeley 
Colonial Secretary, Honduras, 1845 ; Gover 
nor of St. Vincent, 1864-72 ; Administrate 
of Lagos, 1872 ; Governor of West Africai 
Settlements, 1873 ; Governor Leewarc 
Islands, 1874-81. Address : 10 Hyde Par: 
Mansions, Marylebone Road, N.W. 

[Died 29 Sept. 1905 

BERKELEY, Baroness (of Berkeley, Glou 
cestershire ; cr. 1421) ; Louisa Mary Milman 
co-heiress to the Barony of Braose of Gower 
in peerage of England, and heir-general t( 
Earldom of Ormond, in peerage of Ireland 
b. 28 May 1840 ; S. to Barony on death o 
uncle, Thomas Moreton Fitz-Hardinge, d 
jure 6th Earl of Berkeley, and 14th Baron 
1882; m. Maj.-Gen. Gustavus Hamilton 
Lpckwood Milman, R.A. 1872 (s. of late 
Lieut.-Gen. Francis Miles Milman, Cold 
stream Guards, and Maria Margaret^ 
Morgan, sister of Charles, 1st Lord Tredegar) 
Protestant. Conservative. Owned 50 acres 
Heir: d. Hon. Eva Mary Fitz-Hardinge 
b. 4 Mar. 1875. Address : Martins Heron 
Bracknell, Berks. [Died 12 Dec. 1899 

BERKELEY, Stanley, artist; National Gold 
Medallist, etc. ; a constant exhibitor at the 
Royal Academy ; for some years a member 
of the Royal Institute of Painter Etchers 
m. Works : The Victory of Candahar ; The 
Charge of the French Cuirassiers at Waterloo 
For God and the King ; Gordons and Greys 
to the Front ; The Charge of Scarlett's 
Three Hundred ; Dargai ; Atbara ; Omdur- 
man ; Might is Right ; Prince Rupert at the 
Battle of Edgehill; Completely Routed; 
The Survival of the Fittest ; When we were 
Pups Together ; Cornered at Last ; The 
Meet ; Full Cry ; Gone Away ; The Death ; 
Desperate Odds ; An Australian Bush Fire ; 
General Gordon and the Slave Hunters of 
Darfour ; Heroes of the Tugela ; an eques- 
trian portrait of the King ; Russo and 
Japanese War subjects; Oil Painting of 
Ploughing in Sussex ; illustrator of books 
and newspapers ; a series of " canine inter- 
pretations of popular songs, books, plays, 
etc _." ; pictures of zoological humour ; 
Children's Animal Books, etc. ; and paintings 
of the Grand National and Eclipse Stakes 
A Survival; artistic and practical designs 
of Flower, Water, and Rock Gardens. 
Recreations : riding, fishing, etc., zoology 
and natural history generally. Address : 
Elstow, Surbiton Hill, Surrey. 



BERNARD, Sir 

cr. 1886 ; Secretary in Revenue, Statistics, 
and Commerce Dept. India Oifice from 
1888 ; b. 1837 ; s. of J. F. Bernard, M.D., 
Chiton ; m. Susan, d. of late Rev. Richard 
Tawney, 1862. Educ. : Rugby; Addis- 
combe ; Haileybury. Bengal Civil Service, 
18o8 ; Commissioner Central Provinces, 
1874-77 ; Chief Commissioner Burmah, 
1880-87. Address : 44 Bramham Gardens, 
S.W. Club : National Liberal. 

, [Died 13 Sept. 1901. 

BERNARD, Percy Brodrick, J.P., D.L heir- 
pres. to 4th Earl of Bandon ; b. Bandon, Co. 
Cork, 17 Sept. 1844 ; s. of Charles Brodrick 
Bernard, afterwards Lord Bishop of Tuam, 
and Jane Grace, sis. of 7th Lord Carbery ; 
m. 1st, Isabella. Emma Beatrice, d. of J. 
Newton Lane, 1872 (d. 1876) ; 2nd, 1886, 
Mary Lissey.id. of late Denis kirwan, Castle 



BERRY 

Halket, Tuam (d. 1898) ; 3rd, 1900, Evange- 
hne, d. of H. Hoare, late of Staplehurst. 
Kent ; four s. two d. Educ. : Eton : Oriel 
Coll. Oxford (B.A.). Private secretary to 
Dukes of Abercorn and Marlborough when 
Lords-Lieut, of Ireland ; M.P. for Bandon, 
1886; resigned same year. Address: 
Castle Halket, Tuam, Ireland. Clubs: 
Carlton ; Kildare Street, Dublin 



BERNARD, R. v . 

Chancellor of Wells from 1868 ; b. Clifton 
11 November 1815 ; s. of Charles Bernard, 
Eden Estate, Jamaica ; m. Caroline, d. of 
B. Linthorne, of High Hall, Dorset. Educ. : 
Exeter Coll. Oxford. Select Preacher, 1855- 
1862. 1882; Bampton Lecturer, 1864; 
Canon of Wells Cathedral, 1868-1901 
Publications: The Witness of God; Uni- 
versity Sermons, 1862; The Progress of 
Doctrine in N.T. (Bampton Lectures, 1864) ; 
The Central Teaching of Jesus Christ, 1892 ' 
The Songs of the Holy Nativity, 1895. 
Address : High Hall, Wimborne. ' 

[Died 7 Dec. 1904. 

BERNAYS, Lewis Adolphus, C.M.G., 1892; 
i.L.b. ; office in the Queensland Legislature 
analogous to that of the Clerk of the House 
of Commons; member of the Brisbane 
Board of Waterworks ; b. London, 3 May 
1831 ; s. of late Prof. Bernays, King's Coll. 
London ; m. 1851, Mary Borton, d of late 
William Borton, Boddington, Oxfordshire; 
four s. four d. Educ. : King's College, 
London. Decorated : a record tenure of the 
office of Clerk of the Legislative Assembly 
of Queensland, and many years gratuitous 
service in the cause of Economic Botany. 
Publications : Cultural Industries for Queens- 
land ; The Olive and its Products, etc. Re- 
creations : took part in the Transactions of 
sundry local scientific and other Societies. 
Address : Houses of Parliament, Brisbane. 
Clubs : Queensland, Johnsonian, Brisbane. 

[Died 22 Aug. 1908. 

BERNEY, Sir Henry Hanson, 9th Bt., cr. 
1620 ; LL.B. ; landed proprietor and farmer, 
Hill Farm, Barton Bendish, Stoke Ferry, 
Norfolk ; b. 1843 ; 5. father 1870 ; {m. Jane, 
d. of Rev. Andrew Bloxam, 1886 ; five s. 
three d. Recreation : yachting, but had to 
give up through agricultural depression. 
Heir : g.-s. Thomas Reedham, b. July 1893. 
Address : Burncrook, Moffat, Scotland. 

[Died 27 Feb. 1907. 

BERNIER, Hon. Thomas Alfred, Senator from 
1892; b. 15 Aug. 1844; s. of Thomas 
Bernier and Julie Letourneau ; m. 1871, 
Malvina Demers ; five . two d. Educ. : 
College of St. Hyacinthe, Province of Quebec. 
Member of the Bar of the Province of Quebec ; 
practised his profession at St. John's, District 
of Iberville ; occupied position of Crown 
Prosecutor at St. John's for a few years ; 
removed to Manitoba, 1880 ; Superintendent 
of Education for Catholic Schools, 1881-90 ; 
Registrar of University of Manitoba, 1881- 
1893 ; was Member of Executive Committee 
of Provincial Board of Agriculture, and 
Chairman of Eastern Judicial District 
Board ; was Mayor of town of St. Boniface, 
and Commissioner to revise the municipal 
law of that province, and President of various 
societies. Roman Catholic. Publications : 
Manitoba, Champ d'Immigration ; contribu- 
tions to La Revue Canadieune. Address : 
St. Boniface, Manitoba. [Died 18 Jan. 1909. 
ERRY, Rev. Charles Albert, D.D. ; Pastor of 
Queen Street Congregational Church, Wolver- 
hampton, from 1883; Chairman (1897) of 
Congregational Union of England and Wales ; 
First President National Council of Evangel- 
ical Free Churches ; b. Leigh, Lancashire, 14 
Dec. 1852 ; m. 11 August 1875. Educ. : 
private school, Southport ; Airedale Inde- 



BERRY 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



pendent Coll. Yorkshire. D.D. St. Andrews 
University, 1895. Pastor St. George's Roac 
Church, Bolton, 1874-83 ; called to succeed 
Henry Ward Beecher, Brooklyn, U.S.A. 
1887 (declined) ; received various invitations 
to settle in London, but declined ; was 
invited by the Committee of the Congrega- 
tional Union to stand as successor of Dr 
Hannay for the Secretaryship of the Union, 
but declined; visited America, 1880, 1887, 
1891, and 1897 ; Egypt, Palestine, and East, 
1886 ; travelled round the world and visited 
Australia and New Zealand, 1891-92; in 
1897 was invited to represent the Arbitration 
Society in America to advocate the re-intro- 
duction of the Anglo-American Treaty. In 
this capacity addressed large meetings in 
Chicago, Boston, New York, Washington, 
etc. Was welcomed by President of United 
States and invited to open Congress, in both 
Houses, as Chaplain. Publications : Volume 
of Sermons; Vision and Duty (1892), in 
series of Preachers of the Age ; Mischievous 
Goodness (1897), a series of brief papers. 
Recreations : Alpine wandering during 
vacation. Address : 13 Parkdale, Wolver- 
hampton. Clubs : National Liberal ; Liberal, 
Wolverhampton. [Died 31 Jan. 1899. 

BERRY, Hon. Sir Graham, K.C.M.G., cr. 
1886 ; Commandeur Legion d'honneur ; 
Commendatore dell'Ordine della Corone 
d'ltalia ; b. Twickenham. 1822 ; m. 1st, 
1846, Harriet Anne Blencowe ; 2nd, 1869, 
Rebecca Madge, d. of J. B. Evans, Pay- 
master Imperial Pensioners. Member Legis- 
lative Assembly, Victoria, 1860-68 : Premier, 
1875-80 ; Chief Secretary and Postmaster- 
Gen. 1884-85 ; Agent-Gen, for Victoria, 
1886-91 ; Speaker of Legislative Assembly, 
Victoria, 1894-97. Address : Melbourne, 
Victoria. [Died 25 Jan. 1904. 

BERRY, Robert, Sheriff of Lanarkshire from 
1886 ; D.L. of County of City of Glasgow ; 
b. 18 Nov. 1825 ; 2nd *. of late William Berry, 
of Tayfield, Fifeshire ; m. Mary, d. of late 
John Miller, formerly of Stewartfield, Rox- 
burghshire, g. d. of Sir W. Miller, of Glenlee, 
Bart., Judge of Court of Session. Educ. : 
Edinburgh Academy ; Glasgow University ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. (Fellow, 1850-58). M.A. 
with First Class Honours in Classics and 
Mathematics ; Hon. LL.D. of University of 
Edinburgh, 1883. Called to English Bar, 
1853 ; Scotch, Bar, 1863 ; Secretary to 
Commissioners under Universities (Scotland) 
Act, 1858-63 ; Secretary to Royal Com- 
mission on Hypothec, 1864 ; Secretary to 
Royal Commission on Scotch Universities, 
1876-77 ; Prof, of Law University of 
Glasgow, 1867-87. Address : 5 University 
Gardens, Glasgow. Club : Western, 
Glasgow. [Died 17 Jan. 1903. 

BERTEAUX, Henry Maurice ; Chevalier 
Legion of Honour ; b. St. Maur-les- Fosses, 
Seine, 3 June 1852 ; Republican Deputy for 
Versailles, 1893 ; Minister of War, 1904-05. 
Address : Avenue des Champs Elysees 115, 
Paris. [Died 21 May 1911. 

BERTHON, Rev. Edward Lyon, M.A. ; b. 
London, 20 Feb. 1813 ; Huguenot descent ; 
m. 1834. Educ. : Privately ; Magdelene 
Coll. Camb. (M.A.), Medical Schools of Liver- 
pool and Dublin. Practice of Medicine on 
the Continent ; took Holy Orders in 1845 ; 
Curate of Lymington ; Vicar of Holy Trinity, 
Fareham, 1847 : Vicar of Romsey, 1860 ; 
retired, 1892. Publications : Retrospect of 
eight Decades. Recreations : Collapsible 
boats ; two new forms of equatorial tele- 
scope ; many marine instruments ; dividing 
machines ; portable hospitals, etc. Address : 
Cupernham, Romsey. [Died 27 Oct. 1899. 
BERTILLON, Alphonse, anthropologist ; head 
of identification department in the Prefecture 
of Police of Paris ; Chevalier Legion of 
60 



Honour ; b. Paris, 22 April 1853 ; founded 
his system of mensuration 1880. Publica- 
tions : Ethnographic Moderne, les Races 
Sauvages, 1883 ; 1'Anthropome'trie Judi- 
ciaire a Paris en 1889, 1890 ; la Photographic 
Judiciaire, 1890 ; De la Reconstitution du 
Signalement Anthropome'trique au moyen 
des Ve'tements, 1892 ; Identification Anthro- 
pome'trique (Instructions signale'tiques), 1893 ; 
La comparison des 6critures et 1'identift- 
cation graphique, 1897 ; Anthropologie 
me"trique et photographique with Dr. A. 
Chervin, 1909. Address : Prefecture of 
Police, Paris. [Died 13 Feb. 1914. 

BERWICK, 7th Baron (cr. 1784), Henry 
Richard Noel-Hill, D.L. ; b. 13 May 1847 ; 
S. uncle 1882 ; *. of late Rev. Hon. Thomas 
Noel -Hill; m. 1869, Ellen, d. of Herr 
Bruckspatron, Nystrom, Malmoe, Sweden. 
Owned about 5600 acres. Heir : n. Thomas, 
b. 1877. Address : Attingham Hall, Shrews- 
bury. Clubs : Boodle's, Carlton, Naval and 
Military, Army and Navy. 

[Died 2 Nov. 1897. 

BERWICK, T., Barrister, Lincoln's Inn; 
M.R.A.S. ; b. Edinburgh, 1826 ; 4th s. of 
late William Berwick; m. 1862, Annette, 
d. of R. Howard-Brooke of Castle Howard, 
co. Wicklow ; two s. Educ. : University 
of Edinburgh. Advocate of the Supreme 
Court of Ceylon, 1851 ; Deputy Queen's 
Advocate successively for the Southern and 
Midland Circuits, and for the Island (Solici- 
tor-General), 1851-68 ; sat on the benches of 
Kandy and Colombo and the Supreme Court 
from 1866 till his retirement on full pension 
in 1888, after 38 years' public service in 
Ceylon ; called to the English Bar with 
special dispensation, 1861 ; served on a 
committee of inquiry into the police force, 
1864 ; took an active part as an official 
member of the Municipal Council of Colombo 
on its establishment in 1865 ; sat on the 
Currency Commission, on whose report silver 
was substituted for the previous gold 
standard, and decimal coinage introduced 
in Ceylon ; was largely instrumental in the 
abolition of legal polyandry and in the 
improvement of the native marriage laws, 
and the revival of the ancient village tribunals 
in Ceylon ; retired, 1888 ; is an ex-Captain 
of the Ceylon L.I. Volunteers. Publications : 
A Translation of Voet's Commentaries on 
the Pandects (two editions), and vari9iis 
papers in journals. Recreations : foreign 
travelling, archasological studies, also photo- 
graphy. Address : Northfield, Ryde, Isle 
of Wight. Clubs: Constitution!; Royal 
Victoria Yacht, Ryde. 

[Died 12 June 1915. 

BESANT, Sir Walter, Kt., M.A., F.S.A., Man of 
Letters ; b. Portsmouth, 14 Aug. 1836 ; 3rd 
*. of William Besant ; m. d. of Eustace 
Foster-Barham, Bridgwater. Educ. : King's 
Coll. London ; Christ's Coll. Camb. Scholar 
and Prizeman Exhibitioner, Christ's Coll. 
Camb. ; 18th Wrangler, 1859 ; Senior Pro- 
fessor, Royal Coll. Mauritius, 1861-67; 
Secretary Palestine Exploration Fund, 
1868-85 ; Hon. Sec. Palestine Exp. Fund 

. from 1885 : 1st Chairman Society of Authors, 
1884-85 ; Chairman Society of Authors, 
1887-92. Publications: Studies in Early 
French Poetry, 1868 ; The French Humorists; 
Rabelais ; Lives of Coligny, Whittington, 
Edward Palmer, Richard Jefferies ; London, 
1892 ; Westminster, 1895 ; South London, 
1898 ; Novels with the late James Rice ; 
Novels alone of which the best known are 
the Revolt of Man ; All Sorts and Conditions 
of Men, 1882 ; Dorothy Foster ; Armorel 
of Lyonnesse, 1896; Beyond the Dreams 
of Avarice, 1895 ; The City of Refuge, 1896 ; 
The Pen and the Book, 1899 ; The Orange 
Girl, 1899; The Fourth Generation, 1900. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Recreation : looking on. Address : Frogna 
End, Hampstead. Clubs : Athenaeum 
Authors', Savile, United University. 

[Died 9 June 1901 

BESLEY, Edward Thomas Edmonds, Q.C. 
Recorder of Bury St. Edmunds from 1892 
b. Exeter, 11 Aug. 1826 ; o. *. of Thomas 
Besley, proprietor of the Devonshire Chronicle 
and Exeter News, and Mary Edmonds, anc 
nephew of Alderman Robert Besley, Lord 
Mayor of London, 1869-70 ; m. 1st, 1847 
Dorcas, d. of Oliver Hayward Yeoman, Mud' 
ford, near Yeovil (d. 1855) ; 2nd, 1857, Julia 
d. of Julio Henry Hughes, comedian 
Educ. : Exeter Free Grammar School 
Reporter in the Gallery for Morning Chronicle 
1851-54 ; The Times, 1854-64 ; Barr. Middle 
Temple, 1859 ; practised at Central Criminal 
Court and on Home and South-Eastern 
Circuits ; Director of Lambeth Water Works> 
Commercial Gas, European Gas, and Hornsey 
Gas Companies. Address : Rose Mount, 65 
Sydenham Hill, S.E. ; 4 Brick Court, Temple 
Clubs : Reform, National Liberal. 

[Died 18 Sept. 1901 

BESSBOROUGH, 7th Earl of (cr. 1739). Rev. 
Walter William Brabazon Ponsonby. Baron 
of Bessborough ; Viscount Duncannon, 1723 ; 
Baron Ponsonby, 1749 ; Baron Duncannon 
(U.K.), 1834 ; b. 13 Aug. 1821 ; S. b. 1895 ; 
m. 1850, Lady Louisa Susan Cornwallis 
Eliot, o. d. of 3rd Earl of St. Germans. Educ. : 
Harrow ; Trin. Coll. Camb. M.A., Rector of 
Canford Magna, 1846-69; of Beer Ferris, 
1869-75; of Marston Bigot, 1875-80; of 
Stutton, Suffolk, 1880; resigned same, 
1894 ; Rural Dean of Samford, 1887-93. 
Owned about 35,400 acres.? Heir : Vis- 
count Duncannon. Address : 38 Eccleston 
Square, S.W. ; Bessborough, Pilltown, 
Kilkenny ; Garryhill, Carlow. 

[Died 24 Feb. 1906. 

BESSEMER, Sir Henry, Kt., cr. 1879 ; F.R.S. ; 
C.E. ; inventor ; a special gold medal from 
the King of Wurtemburg ; the Albert Gold 
Medal from the Society of Arts ; was offered 
a Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour ; 
made a Knight Commander of the Austrian 
Order of Francis Joseph, and a member of 
the Iron Board of Sweden ; member of 
University Coll. London ; of the Society for 
encouraging National Industry of Paris ; 
Honorary Member of the Royal Society of 
British Architects ; of the Engineers and 
Shipbuilders of Scotland ; of the Mechanical 
Engineers of America ; of the Royal Academy 
of Trade, Berlin ; President of the Iron and 
Steel Institute of Great Britain, 1870-71. 
Eight cities in America have received his 
name. b. 1813 ; m. 1833, Ann, d. of R. 
Allen, Amersham (d. 1897). Exhibited at 
R.A. at age of 20 ; read a paper on his 
discovery converting iron into steel, before 
the British Association, 1856. This dis- 
covery revolutionised the iron trade. 
Address : 165 Denmark Hill, S.E. 

[Died 15 March 1898. 

BEST, Hon. Robert Rainy, b. and heir pres. of 
4th Baron Wynford ; b. 21 Aug. 1834 ; m. 
1st, 1856, Maria Addison, (d. 1881), d. of T. 
A. Swaysland ; 2nd, 1882, Meynella 
Catherine Hilda (d. 1899), d. of Capt. F. A. 
P. Wood. Formerly Captain, Grenadier 
Guards. Address: The Rowdens, Torre 
Park, Torquay. [Died 2 Feb. 1903. 

BETHUNE, Strachan, K.C. ; b. 6 Nov. 1821 ; 
m. Maria (d. 1901), e. d. of late William 
Phillips. Hon. D.C.L., Lennoxville. Called 
to the Bar, 1843 ; Q.C., 1864. Address : 
169 University Street, Montreal. 

[Died 9 March 1910. 

BEVAN, Sir Alfred H.. Kt., cr. 1900 ; one of 
H.M. Queen Victoria's Lieutenants for City 
of London ; Sheriff of the City of London, 



BEYERS 

1899-1900. Address: 39 Queen's Gate 
b - w - [Died 8 Dec. 1900. 

BEVAN, Ven. William Latham, M.A. ; Arch- 
deacon of Brecon, 1895; b. Wales, 1 May 
1821 ; m. Louisa, 3rd d. of T. Dew, Whitney 
Court, Herefordshire, 1849. Educ Rugbv 
Oxford. Curate, St. Philip's Stepney, 1844 ' 
Vicar of Hay, 1845-1901. Publications} 
Articles m Smith's Dictionary of Bible 1860 
Essay on Hereford Mappa Mundi, 1874 ; 
Diocesan History of St. David's, 1888 
various pamphlets on Church in Wales, 
1870-94. Address : Brecon. 



BEVILLE, General Sir 

cr. 1911; C.B. 1893; U.S. List 
Indian Army ; b. 9 Oct. 1837 ; *. of late 
Capt. Henry Edward Seville, 5th Dragoon 
Guards (d. 1873), of Cahjot Park, Berks 
TO. Eva, d. of late Captain Edward Grove 
and Olivia Halliday, d. of John Crosse Parry- 
Crooke of Kempshott Park, Hants, 1873 
Educ. : Leamington College and private 
tutor. Entered Bombay Army, 1855 ; 
elected Indian Staff Corps, 1861 ; Captain 
1867; Major, 1868; Lieut.-Col. 1877 ; 
Colonel, 1881 ; Major-General, 1892 ; Lieut - 
General, 1895 ; and General, 1897 ; served 
during Indian Mutiny, 1857-59 (medal with 
clasp) ; Abyssinian Campaign, 1868, as 
Brigade Major (despatches twice, medal, 
Brevet Major); Afghan War, 1880-81, as 
Deputy - Judge - Advocate and Provost- 
Marshal (despatches, medal with clasp) ; 
commanded a District in India, 1889-94. 
Decorated for field services, and awarded a 
good service pension for distinguished and 
meritorious service. Recreations : hunting, 
shooting, bicycling, golfing. Address: 41 
Ashley Gardens, S.W. [Died 18 Jan. 1913 
BEWLEY, Sir Edmund Thomas, K.B., cr'. 
1898; M.A., LL.D., J.P. ; b. Ireland, 11 
Jan. 1837 ; o. s. of Edward Bewley, Esq 
M.D., of Moate, Co. Westmeath, and Mary, 
d. of Thomas Mulock of Kilnagarna, King's 
Co. ; m. Anna S9phia Stewart, d. of Henry 
Cope Colles, barrister-at-law of Monkstown, 
Co. Dublin, 1866 ; two s. one d. Educ. : 
Trinity College, Dublin. (Classical Scholar, 
1857 ; First Senior Moderator and Gold 
Medalist in Experimental and Natural 
Science, 1859 ; B.A., 1860 ; M.A., 1863 ; 
LL.D., 1885 : B.A. (ad eund.) Queen's (now 
Royal) University of Ireland, 1861 ; M.A. 
with Honours, and First Gold Medallist, in 
Experimental Science, 1861). Barr. 1862 ; 
Q.C. 1882 ; Bencher of King's Inns, 1886 ; 
Regius Professor Feudal and English Law, 
Dublin University, 1884-90 ; Judge Supreme 
Court of Judicature, Ireland, and Judicial 
Commissioner Irish Land Commission, 1890- 
1898. Publications : The Law and Practice 
of the Taxation of Costs, 1867 ; joint-author 
of A Treatise on the Chancery (Ireland) Act, 
1867 (1868) ; and of A Treatise on the Com- 
mon Law Procedure Acts (1871) ; The 
Bewleys of Cumberland, 1902 ; The Family 
of Mulock, 1905 ; The Family of Poe, 1906 ; 
articles in The Genealogist, The Ancestor, the 
Transactions of the Cumberland and West- 
morland Antiquarian and Archaeological 
Society, and in other antiquarian publica- 
tions. Recreations : riding, genealogical and 
antiquarian researches, a collector of old 
prints and drawings. Address : 40 Fitz- 
william Place, Dublin. Clubs : Athenaeum ; 
University, Dublin. [Died 28 June 1908. 
BEYERS, Brig.-Gen. Hon. Christian Frederick, 
late Com. -Gen. of the Citizen Forces, Union 
of S. Africa ; resigned 1914 ; M.L.A. ; 
Speaker, Legislative Assembly Transvaal ; 
Solicitor ; b. Stellenbosoh District, 1869 ; 
m. 1897, Matilda, d. of late Mr. Konig. 
Educ. : Victoria College. Served as private, 
S. African War and rose to be Assistant 
61 



BHOPAL 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Commandant- General, North District, Trans- 
vaal ; captured British camp, Nooitgedacht ; 
Chairman of the Vereeniging Peace Con- 
ference. Address : Pretoria. 

[Died 7 Dec. 1914. 

BHOPAL, H. H. Nawab Shah Jahan Bsgum, 

G.C.S.I., cr. 1872 ; C.I. ; 6. 3 July 1838 ; 

S. 1868. Address : Bhopal, Central India. 

[Died 16 June 1901. 

BICKERSTETH, Rt. Rev. Edward, D.D. ; 
Bishop of Japan from 1886 ; Fellow of Pem- 
broke ColJ. Camb. ; b. 1850 ; e. s. of Bishop 
of Exeter ; m. Marion, d. of William Forsyth, 
Q.C. Ednc. : Pembroke College. 1st class 
Theological Tripos ; Curate, Holy Trinity, 
South Hampstead, 1873-75 ; Lecturer in 
Theology at Pembroke College, 1875-77 ; 
Head of Cambridge Mission to Delhi, 1877-84; 
Rector of Framlingham, 1884-85. Publica- 
tions : The Church in Japan ; Pre-Anglican 
Communion in Japan ; A Basis of Christian 
Union. Address : 13 Igura, Azabu, Tokio, 
Japan ; The Palace, Exeter. 

[Died 5 Aug. 1897. 

BICKERSTETH, Rt. Rev. Edward Henry, D.D. ; 
formerly Bishop of Exeter (resigned 1900) ; 
ft. Islington, 25 Jan. 1825 ; s. of Edward 
Bickersteth, Hector of Watton, Hants ; m. 
1st, 1848, Rosa, d. of late Sir Samuel 
Bignold, Norwich (d. 1873): 2nd, 1876, Ellen, 
d. of late Robert Bickersteth. Educ. : 
Trin. Coll. Cambridge. Chancellor's Medal 
(English Poetry), 1844, 1845, 1846 ; Senior 
Optime and 3rd class Classical Tripos, 1847 ; 
Seatonian Prize, 1854 ; D.D. 1885. Or- 
dained Deacon, 1848 ; Priest, 1849 ; Curate 
of Banningham, 1848-51 ; Rector of Hinton 
Martell 1852-55 ; Vicar of Christ Church, 
Hampstead, 1855-85; Dean of Gloucester, 
1885 ; Bishop of Exeter, 1885 ; resigned, 
1900. Publications: Yesterday, To-day, 
and For Ever (poem, 24th edition) ; The 
Reef and other Parables; The Shadowed 
Home and the Light Beyond ; Commentary 
on the New Testament ; The Hymnal Com- 
panion (editor) ; From Year to Year (poems 
and hymns) ; The Rock of Ages ; The 
Spirit of Life ; The Feast of Divine Love ; 
Thoughts of Past Years, etc. Recreation : 
walking. Address: 95 Westbourne Terrace, W. 
[Died 16 May 1906. 

BIDDULPH, General Sir Michael Anthony 
Shrapnel, G.C.B., cr. 1879 ; Gentleman 
Usher of the Black Rod from 1896 ; Presi- 
dent Ordnance Committee ; Groom - in - 
Waiting to Queen Victoria ; Keeper of the 
Regalia ; ft. Cleeve Court, Somersetshire 
1823 ; *. of Rev. T. S. Biddulph of Amroth 
Castle, Pembrokeshire ; m. 1857, Katharine, 
d. of Capt. Stamati, late Commandant of 
Balaclava. Royal Artillery, 1884 ; Capt. 
1850; Maj. 1854; Lieut.-Col. 1856; Col. 
1874 ; Maj.Gen. 1877 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1881 ; 
Col.-Com. R.A. 1885; Gen. 1886; retired 
1890 ; served throughout Crimean War, 
Alma, Balaclava, Inkermann, Siege of 
Sebastopol ; Dept.-Adj.-Gen. R.A. in India ; 
commanded Field Force and marched to 
Kandahar and the Helmund, and back by 
Tal Chotiali and Boree to the Indus, 1878-79. 
Publications : Illustrated Forester's Norway, 
1849. Recreations : hunting, shooting, boat 
and small yacht sailing, hawking, sketching. 
Address : 2 Whitehall Court, S.W. Clubs : 
Junior United Service, Royal Societies. 

[Died 23 July 1904. 

BIDIE, Surgeon-General George, C.I.E., 1883.; 
Hon. Surgeon to Viceroy of India, 1887 ; Hon. 
Surgeon to Queen Victoria, 1898; Hon. 
Surgeon to King Edward VII. 1901, and 
King George V., 1910 ; Coronation medal 
of King Edward VII., and also of King 
George V. : Surg.-Gen. of Madras Presidency, 
1886-90 ; ft. Backies, Banffshire, 3rd April 
1830; m. Isabella (d. 1906), d. of Alex. 
62 



Wiseman, Banchory, Aberdeenshire, 1854 ; 
two s. five d. Educ. : locally ; Aberdeen 
Grammar School ; Univ. of Aberdeen. M.B. 
Aberdeen, 1853 ; L.R.C.S. and L.M. Edin- 
burgh, 1853 ; Fellow of and late Pres. of 
Medical Faculty, Madras Univ. ; F.Z.S. ; 
Memb. of Board for Civil Service Exams., 
Madras. Appointed Hon. E.I. Co.'s Madras 
Medical Service, 1856 ; served with Madras 
Artillery and 12th Ryl. Lancers, 1856-58 ; 
1st Infantry Hyderabad Contingent, 1858- 
1860 ; on Field Service, Mutiny (medal and 
good service pension). Professor of Botany 
and Materia Medica in Madras Medical 
College ; Superintendent of Lunatic Asylum. 
Madras, 1866-70 ; Secretary and Statistical 
Officer in head office of Medical Department, 
1870-83 ; with conjoint charge Government 
Central Museum, to which got added a Free 
Public Library, 1872-85 ; Deputy Surg.- 
Gen. and in charge of British Burma Divi- 
sion, 1884 ; Sanitary Commissioner Madras 
Presidency, 1885-86 ; Surg.-Gen. 1886 ; 
decorated for the discovery in 1867 of a 
preventive for an insect pest which threatened 
the extinction of the Coffee plantations in 
Southern India ; Member of Madras Com- 
mittee for framing scheme of technical 
education. Publications : Report on the 
Ravages of Borer Insect on Coffee Estates, 
1869 ; Handbook of Practical Pharmacy, 
2nd ed. 1883 ; Catalogue of Gold Coins in 
Government Central Museum, Madras, 1874 ; 
Neilgherry Parasitical Plants destructive to 
Forest and Fruit-trees, 1874 ; Descriptive 
Catalogue of Raw Products of S. India sent 
to Paris Exhibition, 1878 (gold medal) ; 
Native Dyes of Madras, 1879 ; Pagoda or 
Varaha Coins of S. India, 1883 ; Sand-bind- 
ing Plants of Southern India, 1883. Recrea- 
tions : zoology, botany, angling. Address : 
Barmore, Bridge of Allan. N.B. Club : 
Madras. [Died 19 Feb. 1913. 

BIDWELL, Leonard Arthur, F.R.C.S. ; Surgeon 
to West London Hospital ; Lecturer on 
Intestinal Surgery, and Dean, Postgrad- 
uate College ; Surgeon-Major Royal Bucks 
Hussars I. Y. ; ft. 1865 ; s. of late Leonard 
Bidwell, Chief Clerk General, Post Office; 
m. Dorothea, e. d. of Sir Roper Parkington. 
Educ. : Blackheath School ; St. Thomas's 
Hospital ; Paris. Publication : Handbook 
of Intestinal Surgery, 2nd ed. 1910. Recrea- 
tions : golf, fishing, and motoring. Address: 
15 Upper Wimpole Street, W. Tower House, 
Bexhill-on-Sea. Clubs : Royal Automobile, 
National Liberal. [Died 1 Sept. 1912. 

BIDWELL, Shelford, M.A. ,Sc.D., F.R.S. 1886 ; 
b. Thetford, 6 Mar. 1848 ; s. of S. C. Bidwell ; 
m. Evelyn, d. of late Rev. E. Firmstone, 
Rector of Wyke, 1874 ; one s. two d. Educ. : 
Caius Coll. Camb. Barrister, Lincoln's Inn, 
1874 ; interested in experimental scientific 
research, especially in relation to Electricity, 
Magnetism and Optics ; Pres. of Physical 
Soc. 1897-99 ; Vice-Pres. since 1899 ; Mem. 
Council Royal Society, 1904-6. Publica- 
tions : Curiosities of Light and Sight, 1899, 
and many papers on physical subjects, 
mostly published by the Royal Society ; 
author of article Magnetism in the new vols. 
of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Address : 
Beechmead, Oatlands Chase, Weybridge ; 1 
Mitre Court Buildings, Temple. Club: 
United University. [Died 18 Dec. 1909. 

BIGELOW, John ; ft. Maldon on Hudson, New 
York, 25 Nov. 1817. Educ. : Union Coll. 
Bar, 1839 ; joint-proprietor with W. C. 
Bryant, and managing editor of New York 
Evening Post, 1849^; Consul at Paris, 1861 ; 
Charge" d'Affaires, 1864 ; Envoy Extra- 
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to 
Court of France, 1865-67 ; Secretary of 
State of New York, 1875. President of 
Tilden Trust, 1877 ; first President of N.Y. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden 
Foundation, 1896, and of Board of Trustees 
New York Law School ; Member Art Com- 
mission, New York ; Trustee of Metropolitan 
Museum of Art. Publications : Jamaica in 
1850, or the effect of sixteen years of freedom 
on a Slave Colony ; Les Etats Unis d'Ame"r- 
ique, 1803 ; France and Hereditary Mon- 
archy, 1871 ; Life of Benjamin Franklin, 
1875 ; The Wit and Wisdom of the Haytians, 
1879 ; Molinos the Quietist, 1880 ; edited 
Writings and Speeches of Samuel J. Tilden, 
1882 ; Writings of Benjamin Franklin, 1888 ; 
France and the Confederate Navy, an Inter- 
national Episode, 1888; Life of William 
Cullen Bryant, 1890; Life of Samuel J. 
Tilden, 1895 ; The United States Supreme 
Court and the Electoral Tribunal of 1876 a 
letter to His Excellency Joseph H. Choate, 
1904; The Mystery of Sleep, 1896; The 
Useful Life a Crown to the Simple Life, 1905 ; 
What shnll we do for our Ex-Presidents and 
What shall they do for us ? Peace given as 
the World giveth, 1907 ; The Panama Canal 
and the Daughters of Danaus, 1908 ; The 
Correspondence and Literary Remains of 
Samuel J. Tilden (2 vols.). Address : 21 
Gramercy Park, N.Y. [Died 19 Dec. 1911. 

BIGG, Rev. Charles, D.D. ; Examining Chap- 
lain to Bishop of London ; Regius Prof, of 
Ecclesiastical History, Oxford, from 1901 ; 
Canon of Christ Church, Oxford ; b. 1840 ; 
s. of Thomas Bigg, a Manchester merchant ; 
m. Millicent Mary, d. of William Sale, 
Solicitor, of Manchester. Educ. : Man- 
chester Grammar School. Scholar of C.C.C. 
Oxf. ; Senior Student of Christ Church ; 1st 
class ' Moderations, 1859 ; and in Final 
Schools, 1862 ; Hertford Scholar ; Proxime 
Accessit for the Ireland Scholarship ; Gais- 
ford Prose Prize ; and Ellerton Theological 
Essay. Tutor of Christ Church ; Master in 
Cheltenham Coll. ; Headmaster of Brighton 
Coll. ; Bampton Lecturer ; Honorary Canon 
of Worcester, 1887-1901 ; Rector of Fenny 
Compton, Leamington, 1887-1901. Publica- 
tions : some small editions of Greek classical 
authors ; The Christian Platonists of Alex- 
andria, 1886 ; Neoplatonism, 1895 ; editor 
of St. Augustine's Confessions, the De Imi- 
tatione ; Law's Serious Call ; commentary 
on the Epistles of Peter and Jude ; the 
Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles ; Wayside 
Sketches in Ecclesiastical History. Recrea- 
tions : bicycling, fishing. Address : Christ 
Church, Oxford. [Died 15 July 1908. 

BIGG, Henry Robert Heather, F.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., L.M. ; b. London, 1853. Educ. : 
Rugby ; University College Hospital. Pub- 
lications : Spinal Curvature ; Spinal Caries ; 
Deformities of Head and Neck ; Amputa- 
tions and Artificial Limbs ; Reports for H.M. 
Government and other works on the defor- 
mities and disabilities of the body ; also, A 
New Review of National Education ; The 
Human Republic; Nell, a Tale of the 
Thames. Address : 56 Wimpole Street, W. 
Clubs : Savage, Constitutional. 

[Died Dec. 1911. 

BIGGE, Major-General Thomas Scovell (re- 
tired) ; C.B. 1905 ; J.P. for Hertfordshire ; 
b. 6 July 1837 ; *. of Charles Richard Bigge ; 
m. 1866, Ellen, d. of Rev. John and the 
Lady Louisa Lees, y. d. of llth Earl of 
Huntingdon ; three s. Educ. : privately. 
Served Crimea, 1854-56 (wounded, des- 
patches, medal and clasp for Sebastopol, 
Turkish War medal, Order of Medjidie) ; 
China, 1857 ; Indian Mutiny, Defence of 
.Alum Bagh, Relief of Lucknow, Defence 
(2nd) of Alum Bagh Position, Capture of 
Lucknow, Campaign in Oude, North and 
South, 1857-58 (medal and 2 clasps for 
Relief and Capture of Lucknow, and the 
grant of one year's service). Decorated 



BILSBORROW 

Jubilee Crimean War. Address : The Lye 
House, Bricket Wood, near St. Albans, 
Herts. Club : United Service. 

[Died 14 May 1914. 

BIGNOLD, Sir Arthur, Kt., cr. 1904 ; LL.B., 
F.R.Z.S., F.R.G.S., J.P. ; b. 8 July 1839 ; 
y. s. of late Sir Samuel Bignold, M.P. ; m 
1st, 1866, Mary, e. d. of late John Lake of 
Armagh ; 2nd, 1906, Emily Florence, e. d. 
of late Thomas Agar. Educ. : Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge (scholar and prizeman). 
Chief Gaelic Society, Inverness, 1900 ; a 
founder of Kennel Club ; M.P. (L.U.) Wick 
Burghs, 1900-10 ; contested same division, 
1910. Address : 2 Curzon Street, Mayfair, 
W. ; Loch Rosque Castle, Ross-shire ; 
Strathbran Lodge, Dingwall ; Cabuie Lodge, 
by Achanalt, R,oss-shire. Clubs : Carlton, 
Junior Carlton, Constitutional ; Norfolk, 
Norwich. [Died 23 March 1915. 

BILGRAMI, Sayyid AH, Shamsul Ulama, M.A. 
(Cantab), LL.B., Litt.D. (Calcutta), Assoc. 
Royal School of Mines, London ; Gold 
Medallist - in Law, Calcutta University ; 
Lecturer in Marathi in the University of 
Camb. ; b. 10 Nov. 1853. Educ. : Canning 
Coll. Lucknow ; Patna Coll. Bankipur ; 
Thomason Coll. Rurki. Visited Europe and 
England, 1876 ; ioined the Royal School of 
Mines, passing the examination for the 
Associateship in two years, and obtaining the 
Murchison Medal in Geology ; on return to 
India entered the service of H.H. the Nizam, 
1879, rising to the position of Secretary in 
the departments of Public W'orks, Railways, 
and Mines, with a seat on the Board of the 
Nizam's Railway; held post 10 years, and 
retired, 1901, to settle in England ; was 
examiner in Sanskrit in the University of 
Madras, 1890-2 ; received the title of 
Shamsul Ulama from the Government of 
India in recognition of Arabic learning, 1891. 
Publications : Civilisation of the Arabs 
(translated from the French) ; Manual of 
Medical Jurisprudence ; Monograph on the 
Book of Kalila and Dimna ; The Educa- 
tional Value of Persian and Sanskrit ; A 
Guide to the Cave Temples of Ellora ; The 
Geology and Economic Minerals of Hydera- 
bad, etc. Recreations : walking, tennis, 
cycling. Address : Khairatabad, Hydera- 
bad, Deccan, India. Club : United Service, 
Secunderabad. [Died 22 May 1911. 

BILLING, Rt. Rev. Claudius, D.D. ; Bishop 
Suffragan of Bedford (from 1888) ; Vicar of 
Holy Trinity, Louth, 1863-73 ; Holy Trinity, 
Islington, 1873-78 ; Rector of Spitalfields 
and Rural Dean, 1878 ; Prebendary of St. 
Paul's, 1886 ; Rector, St. Andrew Under- 
shaft, 1887 ; resigned work as Bishop 
Suttragan for N. and E. London, 1895. 
Address: The Firs, Engelfield Green, 
Surrey. [Died 21 Feb. 1898. 

BILLSON, Alfred, J.P. ; M.P. (L.) N.W. 
Stafford from 1906 ; solicitor ; b. Leicester, 
18 April 1839 ; 5th s. of William Billson 
Leicester ; m. 1862, Lilla, d. of late John 
Baines, Leicester ; one s. three d. Educ. : 
Leicester. In 1860 admitted a solicitor; 
partner in firm of Oliver, Jones, Billson and 
Co., solicitors, Liverpool ; Hon. Sec. of 
South- West Lancashire Liberal Association, 
1866-84, and of Liverpool Liberal Associa- 
tion ; M.P. Barnstaple Division of North 
Devon, 1892-95 ; contested East Bradford, 
Nov. 1S96 ; M.P. (R.) Halifax from bye- 
election, 3 March 1897-1900. Address : 
Rowton Castle, near Shrewsbury ; 4 White- 
hall Court, S.W. Clubs : Reform, National 
Liberal [Died 9 July 1907. 

BILSBORROW, Rt. Rev. John; Roman 
Catholic Bishop of Salford from 1892; b. 
1837. Educ. : Ushaw College. Domestic 
Prelate to the Pope, 1890. 

[Died 5 March 1903. 



BINGHAM 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BINGHAM, Hon. Albert Yelverton, D.L.; 
b. 1840 ; 6th s. of 3rd Lord Clanmorris and 
Maria Helena, 2nd d. of late Robert Persse 
of Roxborough, co. Galway ; m. 1st, 1858, 
Caroline (d. 1879), d. of late James Begbie, 
M.D. ; 2nd, 1883, Jean Crawford, o. c. and 
heiress of late Thomas Service of Cranley, 
Lanarkshire. Address : Kitley, Plymouth, 
South Devon. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 31 March 1907. 

BINGHAM, Sir John Edward, 1st Bt. ; cr. 
1903 ; J.P., V.D. ; b. 27 July 1839 ; e. s. of 
late Edward Bingham of Broomgrove Lodge, 
Sheffield, and Emma, d. of late Arthur 
Dyson of The Firs, Tinsley, Yorks ; m. 
1863, Maria, d. of late William Fawcett of 
Clarke House, Sheffield. Educ. : Bramham 
College, Yorkshire. Hon. Colonel of West 
Riding Divisional R.E., and commanded 
1st West Yorks R.E. (Vols.) for 17 years ; 
Master Cutler of Sheffield, 1881-82 and 
1883-84 ; head of the firm of Walker and 
Hall of Sheffield, silver, cutlery, and electro- 
plate manufacturers ; pays old age pensions, 
free of any contribution by his workpeople ; 
Member of the Council of the London and 
Sheffield Chambers of Commerce ; President 
of the U. Hallam Conservative Association ; 
Inaugurator and President of the Sheffield 
and Rotherham Crimean and Indian Vete- 
rans' Relief Association ; twelve years Vice- 
Chairman of the National Fair Trade League ; 
still President for Sheffield ; Founder and 
Life President of the Sheffield Society for the 
Encouragement of Bravery ; President of 
the Yorkshire Vol. Batt. Team Association, 
and the Yorkshire Field Firing Association ; 
inaugurated and carried out Sheffield 
Exhibition, 1880 ; was Final Referee for 
the Inventions Exhibition (London), 1885 ; 
Commercial Representative for England at 
the Brussels Exhibition, 1897 ; Past Pro- 
vincial Senior Grand Warden of the West 
Riding of Yorkshire ; President of National 
Service League (Sheffield), of Sheffield and 
District Rifle Association, and of Northern 
Council of Church Association. Heir : o. c. 
Albert Edward [Lieut.-Col., V.D., command- 
ing West Riding Divisional R.E. ; b. 23 
Nov. 1868 ; m. 1893, Lucy, d. of late D. L. 
M'Allum, Gosforth ; one d. Address : 
Ranby House, nr. Retford, Notts]. Ad- 
dress : West Lea, Sheffield. Clubs : Con- 
stitutional, St. Stephen's. 

[Died 18 March 1915. 

BINNING, Lieut.-Colonel Joseph, C.I.E. 1908 ; 
Commandant 2nd Batt. Calcutta Volun- 
teer Rifles ; b. 8 Jan. 1845 ; s. of Thomas 
Binning, Stirling, N.B. ; m. 1878, Octavia 
Adelaide, e. d. of Dr. R. W. Cooke, F.R.C.S. 
Address : 240 Lower Circular Road, Cal- 
cutta. Club: Calcutta. 

[Died 25 Jan. 1913. 

BIN STEAD, Arthur Morris (Pitcher), founder 
and editor of Town Topics from 1912 ; for 
28 years Pitcher of The Sporting Times ; b. 
in the parish of St. Mary-le-Bone, London, 
W., 6 Jan. 1861 ; married ; one s. one d. 
Educ. : when too young to defend himself, 
at various private schools in London, 
primarily at a very small and long-since 
abolished establishment conducted by a 
Dr. Templeman in Mount Street, Grosvenor 
Square. Publications : A Pink 'Un and 
a Pelican (the Pelican being Ernest Wells, 
founder of the Pelican Club) ; Gals' Gossip ; 
More Gals' Gossip ; Houndsditch Day by 
Day ; Pitcher in Paradise ; Mop Fair. 
Recreation : backing horses. Address : 210 
Strand, W.C. ; Athenaeum Lodge, Camden 
Road, N.W. [Died 13 Nov. 1914. 

BIRCH, Sir Arthur, K.C.M.G., cr. 1886; 
C.M.G. 1876 ; J.P., F.R.G.S. ; b. 1837 ; 

Ls. of Rev. W. H. R. Birch, Rector of 
ydon and Bedfleld ; m. Josephine (d. 



1893), e. d. of J. Watts-Russell, M.P. 
Biggin Hall, Northants ; two *. one d. 
Entered Colonial Office, 1855 ; Private 
Secretary to Sir E. N. Lytton, Duke of 
Newcastle, and Mr. Chichester Fortescue ; 
Colonial Secretary of British Columbia, 
1864 ; acting Governor, 1866-67 ; Lieut.- 
Governor of Penang, 1871-72 ; Colonial 
Secretary of Ceylon, 1873-76 ; Lieut.- 
Governor of Ceylon, 1876-78. Address : 
29 Grosvenor Place, S.W. Clubs : St. 
James's, Wellington. [Died 31 Oct. 1914. 

BIRCH, George Henry, F.S.A. ; Curator of Sir 
John Soane's Museum from 1894 ; b. 
Canonbury, 1 Jan. 1842 ; 4th s. of Charles 
Birch. Educ. : Darnell's private academy, 
Theberton Street, Islington. Articled to 
Charles Gray, architect, 1858 ; subsequently 
with Sir M. Digby Wyatt ; finally with 
Ewan Christian ; President of Architectural 
Association of London and Associate of 
Royal Institxite, 1875 ; Hon. Secretary of 
London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, 
1877-83 ; designed the Old London Street in 
Health Exhibition ; Cantor Lecturer, Society 
of Arts, 1883 ; Vice-President St. Paul's 
Ecclesiological Society. Publications : The 
Old House in Lime Street City (fol.) ; The 
Churches of London of the 17th and 18th 
Centuries (fol.). Recreations : antiquarian 
pursuits ; collecting London prints and 
drawings. Address : 13 Lincoln's Inn 
Fields. [Died 10 May 1904. 

BIRCH, Major James Richard Kemmis, D.S.O. 
1902 ; Cheshire Regiment ; b. 19 May 1859 ; 
2nd s. of late J. S. Birch of Birch Grove, 
Roscrea : m. 1905, Marie Cecil, e. d. of late 
Col. Sir R. Warburton, K.C.I.E., C.S.I. 
Entered army, 1881 ; Captain, 1888 ; Major, 
1902 ; served Soudan, 1885, with Mounted 
Infantry (severely wounded, despatches, 
medal with clasp, Khedive's Star) ; South 
Africa, 1900-2 (despatches, Queen's medal, 
five clasps, King's medal, two clasps, D.S.O.). 
[Died 20 Apr. 1907. 

BIRD, Gen. Sir George Corrie, K.C.I.E., cr. 
1899, C.B. 1890, Indian Army (retired) ; b. 
11 June 1838 ; m. 1872, Emily Ellen, d. of 
Maj.-Gen. H. D. Manning. Educ. : Chelten- 
ham. Entered Indian army, 1856 ; Cap- 
tain, 1868 : Major, 1876 ; Lieut.-Col. 1882 ; 
Brevet Col. 1885 ; Maj.-Gen. 1895 ; General, 
1899 ; served Indian Mutiny, 1858 (medal) ; 
Afghanistan, 1878-80 (despatches, medal and 
clasp) ; Ahmed Kheyl (brevet of Lieut.- 
Col.) ; Burmah, 1892-93 (medal); North- 
West Frontier, India, 1897-98 (medal with 
clasp) ; commanded Oudh district, 1895-96 ; 
commanded Punjab Frontier Force 1897-98. 
Address : Castle Crescent, Reading. Club : 
Junior Army and Navy. [Died 20 Dec. 1907. 

BIRD, Henry Edward, Statistics practical 
accountant ; b. Portsea, Hants, 14 July 
1830 ; s. of Henry and Mary Bird, Somerset- 
shire ; widower, 1869. Educ. : day schools 
for 15 months ; mostly self-educated ; 
memory unique even in old age. Account- 
ant's clerk, 1846-57 ; became partner in 
Coleman, Turquand, Young, and Company ; 
much occupied in investigations in the 
crises of 1847 1857, 1867; travelled in 
Canada and America, 1860, 1862, 1865, 
1866 ; gave evidence before Committee of 
Parliament on Amalgamations of Home 
Railways ; thanked for framing the tables 
and statistics upon which the Great Eastern 
Railway was afterwards conducted. Publi- 
cations : Comprehensive Analysis of Rail- 
ways in the United Kingdom ; Chess Master- 
pieces, 1873 ; Chess Openings, 1879 ; Modern 
Chess, 1887 ; Chess Nove.ties, 1895. Re- 
creation : chess only at end of life ; a Senior 
Chess Master ; last survivor of players in the 
Great International, 1851. 

[Died 11 Apr. 1908. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BISHOP 



BIRD, Colonel Stanley G., C.B., 1902 ; b. 21 
May 1837 ; s. of George Bird, The Hall, 
Pinner; m. 1862, Charlotte* Wall. Educ.: 
privately. Ex-President of Builders' Insti- 
tute ; Hon. Sec. of Institute of C.O.'s of 
Volunteers ; joined the Victoria Rifles, 
1859 ; commanded the 1st Middlesex 
Victoria and St. George's Rifles until Feb. 
1899, when he retired as Hon. Colonel. 
Served in the Volunteers longer than any 
one else. Address : Ashdown House, Tun- 
bridge Wells ; 7 Park Place, St. James's 
Street. S.W. Club : Junior Athenaeum. 

[Died 18 Apr. 1905. 

BIRDWOOD, Herbert Mills, C.S.I. 1893, LL.D., 
Barrister-at-Law ; Indian Civil Service 
(retired) ; b. Beigaum, Bombay Presidency, 
29 May 1837 ; s. of late Gen. Christopher 
Birdwood, 

Sidonie, e. d. of late Surgeon-Major 
Elijah George Halhed Impey, F.R.C.S.; late 
Bombay Horse Artillery and Postmaster- 
General. Bombay ; four s. one d. Educ. : 
Plymouth New Grammar School ; Mount 
Radford School, Exeter ; Edin. Univ. (Gold 
Medallist in Mathematics, 1853, 1854) ; 
Peterhouse, Carnb. B.A. 1858 ; 23rd Wrang- 
ler ; 2nd class Natural Science tripos 
(distinguished in Botany) ; Bye-Fellow of 
Peterhouse, 1858 ; M.A. 1861 ; LL.M. 1878 ; 
LL.D. and called to the Bar (L.I.), 1889 ; 
elected Hon. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1901 ; 
Dean of Arts (1868, 1881, 1888, 1890) and 
Syndic, Bombay University ; Vice-Chan- 
cellor, Bombay Univ. 1891-92. Entered 
Indian Civil * Service, 1858 ; Assistant 
Collector and Magistrate, 1859; Assistant 
Judge, 1862 ; Under Secretary to Bombay 
Government, Judicial, Political, and Educa- 
tional Departments, and Secretary Legisla- 
tive Council, 1863 ; Acting First Political 
Assistant, Kathiawar, 1866 ; Acting Regis- 
trar of High Court, Bombay, 1867 ; District 
Judge, Ratnagiri, Surat, Thana, 1871-80 ; 
Judicial Commissioner and Judge of Sadar 
Court, Sind, 1881-85 ; thrice Acting Judge 
of High Court, Bombay, 1881-84 ; Puisne 
Judge of High Court, Bombay, 1885-92 ; 
member of Executive Council of Governor of 
Bombay, 1892-97 ; acted as Governor of 
Bombay, 17 Feb. 1895 ; was a Commissioner 
of Richmond Bridge and J.P. for Middlesex. 
Decorated for Indian Service. Publications : 
Catalogue of the Flora of Matheran and 
Mahableshwar ; Catalogue of Bills intro- 
duced into Bombay Legislative Council in 
1862-65, and papers relating to constitution 
of Council ; editor of vols. IV., V., and joint 
editor, with Justice Parsons, of vols. VI.-XI. 
of Acts of the Legislature in force in Bombay 
Presidency ; author of papers on plague in 
Bombay, read before Society of Arts (and 
awarded the Society's Silver Medal) and 
before Manchester Geographical Society ; 
and of papers on the Hill Forests of Western 
India, the Civil Administration of British 
India, on the Buried City of Brahmanabad, 
in Sind, and of a paper on the Province of 
Sind, read before the Society of Arts ; also 
articles in National Review. Recreation: 
gardening. Address : Dalkeith House, Cam- 
bridge Park, Twickenham ; 1 Brick Court, 
Temple, E.C. Clubs : National Liberal, 
Mid-Surrey Golf, and various Indian clubs. 
[Died 21 Feb. 1907. 

iBIRKBECK, Sir Edward, 1st Bt. ; cr. 1886 ; 
J.P. ; Chairman of Royal National Lifeboat 

' Institution ; A Public Works Loan Com- 

j missioner ; ft. 11 Oct. 1838 ; m. Hon. Mary 
in Jolliffe, d. of 1st Lord Hylton, 

; 1865. Originator and Chairman of Inter- 
national Fisheries Exhibition, London, 
1883. M.P. N. Norfolk, 1879-85 ; E. 
Norfolk, 1885-92. Heir : none. Address : 
9 Wilton Crescent, S.W. ; Horstead Hall, 
3 



Norwich. Clubs : Carlton, Marlborough : 
Royal Yacht Squadron, Cowes. 

[Died 2 Sept. 1907. 

BIRLEY, Colonel Richard Kennedy, C.B 1902 
V.D., 1892; D.L., County of Lancaster; 
Hon.-Colonel, 2nd East Lancashire R.F.A. 
Brigade of the Territorial Army, " The 
Manchester Artillery"; ft. 16 Mar 3845- 
s. of Richard Birley, J.P., D.L., and Amelia 
Garforth, d. of James Kennedy, both of 
Manchester; m. 1870, Jane Garden, d. of 
the late John Blaikie, Craigiebuckler, co. 
Aberdeen ; two s. one d. Educ. : Win- 
chester College. After leaving school went 
into business in Manchester ; joined the 
Artillery Volunteers in Manchester as a 
Captain 1866, and served two years as a 
Lieutenant in the Royal Lancashire Artillery 
Militia, while in the volunteers ; Major, 
1874 ; Hon. Lt.-Col. 1886 ; received com- 
mand of the regiment and promoted Lieut.- 
Col. and Hon.-Colonel, 1891 ; retired, 1909. 
Publications : Pamphlets : On Garrison 
Artillery Service for Volunteers ; On Field 
Artillery for Home Service; has written 
numerous articles on Volunteer subjects for 
the press. Address : Seedley Lawn, Pendle- 
ton, Manchester. T. : 153 Pendleton. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Junior Army and Navy. 
[Died 9 Dec. 1914. 

BIRRELL, John, M.A., D.D. ; Professor of 
Hebrew and Oriental Languages, St. An- 
drews, from 1871 ; ft. Largo, 21 Oct. 1836 ; 
s. of Hugh Birrell, architect ; m. Elizabeth, 
d. of James Wallace. Educ. : Madras 
College ; Universities, St. Andrews ; Halle. 
Parish Minister of Dunino, St. Andrews. 
1884-73 ; member of Old Testament Revision 
Company, 1874-84 ; Clerk to the University, 
1881 ; Examiner of Secondary Schools in 
Scotland, 1876-86. Recreation: golf. Ad- 
dress : St. John's, St. Andrews, N.B. 

[Died 1 Jan. 1902. 

BIRT, Sir William, Kt. ; cr. 1897 ; Hon. Col. 
of the Engineer and Railway Staff Volunteer 
Corps ; Chevalier, Belgian Order of Leopold ; 
Associate, Institution of Civil Engineers ; 
Director, Great Eastern Railway, formerly 
General Manager ; Deputy Chairman of the 
Metropolitan Railway ; ft. May 1834 ; s. of 
John Birt, H.M. Civil Service ; m. Constantia 
Mary Anne, e. d. of Matthew Watson Thomas, 
Austin Friars, London, and Walthamstow. 
Essex, 1872 ; four s. one d. Educ. : 
Mercers' School, London. Address : North- 
cotts, Hatfleld, Herts. 

[Died 18 Apr. 1911. 

BISCHOFFESHEIM, Henry Louis, D.L., 
F.R.G.S. ; ft. 1829; m. 1856, Clarissa, d. 
of J. Biedermann of Vienna. Address : 
Bute House, South Audley Street. W. ; 
Warren House, Stanrnore ; The Severals, 
Newmarket. Clubs : Carlton, Garrick. 

[Died 11 March 1908. 

BISHOP, Frederic Sillery, M.A. (Camb.), M.A. 
(Oxford), J.P. (Glam.) ; Secretary of the 
Victoria Institute; Member of the Com- 
mittees of the Church Missionary Society 
and of the British and Foreign Bible Society ; 
3rd s. of late Frederic Bishop of the Mount, 
Stoke-on-Trent ; m. 1876, Amy y. d. of late 
Captain Trotter of Dyrham Park, Barnet, 
and Hon. Mrs. Trotter ; two s. three d. 
Educ. : Cheltenham College ; St. John's 
College, Cambridge (Scholar), St. John's 
Colleae, Oxford ; Director of The Chatterley 
Iron Co., Ltd. ; Tutor at Oxford ; Manager 
of Pascoe Grenfell & Sons, Copper Works, 
Swansea; Secretary of the Freighters' 
Association, Swansea ; Director of sundry 
other companies. Address : Welwyn, 
Norfchwood, Middlesex. T. : 69 North- 
wood. [Died 17 July 1913. 

BISHOP, Mrs. Isabella L., F.R.G.S.; Hon. 
F.R.S.G.S. ; Hon. Member of Oriental 



BISHOP 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Society of Pekin ; b. Boroughbridge Hall, 
Yorkshire, 15 Oct. 1832 ; e. d. of Rev. 
Edward Bird, B.A., Rector of Tattenhall, 
Cheshire, and Dorothy, 2nd d. of Marmaduke 
Lawson, Boroughbridge Hall and Aldborough 
Manor, Yorkshire. Educ. : home. Began 
to travel at 22 ; travelled in N. America 
extensively, and for 8 years in Asia ; was 
intimately connected with several forms of 
philanthropic work at home and abroad, 
especially with medical missions ; built 
5 hospitals and an orphanage in the East ; 
m. John Bishop, M.D., 1881 (d. 1886) ; 
after her widowhood she travelled for 5 
years in Asia, and at home pleaded on many 
platforms the needs of the East, and also 
delivered many lectures before Geographical 
and other Societies ; in 1892 she was elected 
the first lady Fellow of the Royal Geographi- 
cal Society ; in 1901 she rode 1000 miles in 
Morocco, a journey which included the Atlas 
Mountains. Publications : The English- 
woman in America, 1856 ; Six Months in 
the Sandwich Islands, 1873 ; A Lady's Life 
in the Rocky Mountains, 1874 ; Unbeaten 
Tracks in Japan, 2 vols. 1880 ; The Golden 
Chersonese, 1882 ; Journeys in Persia and 
Kurdistan, 2 vols. 1892 ; Among the 
Tibetans, 1894 ; many contributions to 
reviews and magazines. In 1896 she 
published a vol. of Views in Western China 
and Korea, collotyped from her own photo- 
graphs. In 1898, after journeys in Korea, 
Siberia, and China extending over 3 years, 
she published Korea and her Neighbours, 
2 vols. ; The Yangtze Valley and Beyond, 
1899 ; Pictures from China, 1900. Recrea- 
tions : photography, microscopy, specially 
interested in the microscopic study of 
cryptogamous plants and early forms of 
life. Address : The Hurst, Hartford, 
Huntingdon. [Died 7 Oct. 1904. 

BISHOP, His Honour Judge John, D.L., J.P. ; 
County Court Judge, Carmarthenshire, 
1886-1910; b. Nov. 1828; e. s. of late 
Charles Bishop of Dolygarreg and Eleanora 
Elizabeth, d. of Rev. Lewis Lewis of Gwinfe ; 
m. 1884, Carolina Florentia Affleck, d. of 
Captain M. P. Lloyd of Glansevin ; one d. 
Educ. : Bridgenorth ; Caius College, Cam- 
bridge. Barrister, Inner Temple, 1853 ; 
Stipendiary Magistrate for Merthyr Tydftl, 
1876. Recreations : shooting, fishing. 
Address : Dolygarreg, Llandovery. Club : 
United University. [Died 27 Apr. 1913. 

BISHOP, Matilda Ellen, Principal of St. 
Gabriel's Training College for Elementary 
Teachers from 1899 ; b. Tichborne, Hants, 
11 April 1844; e. d. of late Rev. A. C. 
Bishop, M.A., Oxford ; unmarried. Educ. : 
home and Queen's Coll. London. Assistant- 
mistress Oxford High School when it opened, 
1875, under Miss Benson (the late Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury's sister) ; head- 
mistress, Chelsea High School, 1877 ; head- 
mistress, Oxford High School, 1879-87 ; 
First Principal Royal Holloway Coll. for 
Women, 1887-97. Address: St. Gabriel's 
College, Camberwell. S.E. [ Died I July 1913. 

BISMARCK, Prince Herbert Von ; b. Berlin, 
28 Dec. 1849 ; s. of Prince Bismarck, 
Chancellor of German Empire, 1867-90 (d. 
30 July 1898) ; m. Marguerite (Countess 
Hoyos), 1892. Address : Friedrichsruh, 
Bez, Hamburg, Germany. 

[Died 18 Sept. 1904. 

BJORNSON, Bjornstjerne, Norwegian poet, 
dramatist, and novelist ; b. Kvikne (Oster- 
dalen, Norway), 8 Dec. 1832 ; m. Karoline 
Reimers, 1858. Educ. : Molde and Chris- 
tiania. Entered University of Christiania, 
1852, but did not complete his course ; 
worked as journalist and editor in Chris- 
tiania for several years ; Director of Bergen 
theatre, 1857-59; from 1860 to 1862 he 



resided abroad (Denmark, Italy, and Ger- 
many) ; spent the following ten years in 
Norway, during which time he was Director 
of the Christiania theatre for two years, 
and editor of Norsk Folkeblad from 1866 to 
1871 ; in 1872 he again went abroad (Ger- 
many and Italy) ; in 1874 bought his farm 
Aulestad, in the heart of Norway ; went to 
America on a lecturing tour during the winter 
1880-81. After 1882 he lived for many years 
in Paris, Tyrol, and Rome, spending most 
of his summers on his farm in Norway. ]VIr. 
Bjornson is a linguist ; he spoke English, 
French, Italian, and German ; received the 
Nobel prize for literature, 1903. Publica- 
tions: works translated into English 
Synnove Solbakken, Arne, A Happy Boy, 
The Bridal March, The Fisher Lass, Captain 
Mansana, Magnhild, In God's Way, The 
Heritage of the Kurts, A Gauntlet, Pastor 
Sang, Paul Lange, and Laboremus, On 
Storhove, Mary. Address : Aulestad, near 
Faaberg, Norway. [Died 26 Apr. 1910. 

BLACHFORD, Baroness Georgiana Mary ; d. 
of late Andrew Colville ; m. 1847, 1st Baron 
Blachford (d. 1889). Address : Blachford, 
Ivybridge, Devon. [Died 13 July 1900. 

BLACK, Arthur William; M.P. (L.) North 
Beds from 1906 ; Member of the Notting- 
ham City Council, and Chairman Nottingham 
Education Committee ; b. 28 Feb. 1863 ; *. 
of late William Edward Black and Annie 
Hatton ; m. 1887, Helena, y. d. of late John 
Spence, Paisley ; one d. Educ. : Notting- 
ham. Lace manufacturer, started in business 
1888. Entered City Council of Nottingham, 
1895 ; Sheriff of Nottingham, 1898-99 ; 
Mayor, 1902-3 ; contested the Doncaster 
Division, 1900. Recreations : cycling, gar- 
dening. Address : Springfield, Alexandra 
Park, Nottingham. Clubs : National 
Liberal, Eighty. [Died 29 Dec. 1906. 

BLACK, Sir Samuel ; Kt. ; cr. 1892 ; Town- 
Clerk of Belfast from 1878; b. 26 June 
1830; s. of James Black of Ballycastle ; 
m. Ellen, d. of Samuel Archer, Belfast, 
1853 ; two s. one d. Educ. : Foyle College, 
Londonderry. Member of Belfast Corpora- 
tion, 1859-71 ; admitted solicitor, 1853 ; 
Town Solicitor, Belfast, 1871. Address: 
Glen Ebor, Strandtown, Belfast. Clubs : 
Ulster, Belfast ; Constitutional. 

[Died 18 Apr. 1910. 

BLACK, Thomas Porteous, M.A., M.Sc. 
(Dunelm), Ph.D. (Strassburg) ; Registrar, 
University College, Nottingham ; b. Shotts, 
Lanarkshire, 1878 ; o. s. of George Banks 
Black, Aberdeen; m. 1909, Agnes E. D., 
d. of John Hamilton Mackie, Aber- 
deen. Educ. : Darlington Grammar School ; 
Durham University ; Armstrong College, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Strassburg University. 
Classical Scholar, Durham University ; 
Royal 1851 Exhibition Scholar ; Lecturer 
in Physics, University College, Nottingham. 
1906-11. Publications : Researches in 
Physics. Address : 60 Ebers Road, Notting- 
ham. [Died 10 Aug. 1915. 

BLACK, William, novelist, b. 1841 ; Publica- 
tions : Daughter of Heth, 1871 ; Strange 
Adventures of a Phaeton, 1872 ; Princess of 
Thule, 1873 ; Maid of Killeena, 1874 ; Three 
Feathers, 1875 ; Lady Silverdale's Sweet- 
heart, 1876 ; Madcap Violet, 1876 ; Kilmeny, 
1870 ; In Silk Attire, 1869 ; Green Pastures 
and Piccadilly, 1877 ; Macleod of Dare, 
1878 ; White Wings, 1880 ; Sunrise, 1881 ; 
The Beautiful Wretch, 1881 ; Adventures in 
Thule, 1883 ; Shandon Bells, 1883 ; Strange 
Adventures of a Houseboat, 1888 ; Judith 
Shakespeare, 1884 ; Wise Woman of Inver- 
ness, 1885 ; Yolande, 1883 ; White Heather, 
1885 ; Sabina Zembra, 1887 ; In Far 
Locbaber, 1888 ; Penance of John Logan, 
1889 ; New Prince Fortunatus, 1890 ; Stand 

I 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BLAIKIB 



Fast Craig Royston, 1890 ; Donald Ross of 
Heimra, 1891 ; Magic Ink, etc., 1892 ; 
Wolfenberg, 1892 ; Handsome Humes, 1893 ; 
Highland Cousins, 1894 ; Briseis, 1896 ; 
Wild Eeelin, 1898. Recreation: salmon- 
flshing. Address : 15 Buckingham Street, 
W C Paston House, Brighton. Club : 
Reform. [Died 10 Dec 1898. 

LACK, Maj.-Gen. Sir Wilsone, K.C.B., cr. 
1907; C.B.. 1879; retired, 1899; b. 10 
Feb. 1837 ; s. of James Black of Blythswood 
Square, Glasgow. Entered army, 1854 ; 
served in Crimean War with the 42nd High- 
landers (medal with clasp, Turkish medal) ; 
present at the Fall of Sebastopol ; Kaffir 
War, 1878 ; Zulu War, 1879 (despatches) ; 
A 4 and Q.M.G. Nova Scotia, 1882-87 ; 
AiA.G. Gibraltar, 1887-91 ; commanded 
troops Jamaica, 1891-93 ; Belfast District. 
1893-95 ; troops in China and Hong-Kong, 
1895-98. Club : Junior United Service. 

[Died 5 July 1909. 

LACKBURN, Henry, Art editor; author, 
journalist ; editor Academy Notes, from 
1875 ; Cantor Lecturer on Art ; b. Portsea, 
15 Feb. 1830. Educ. : King's Coll. London. 
Census Officer, Somerset House, 1851 ; 
Private Secretary to Rt. Hon. Edward 
Horsman, M.P., 1853 ; Civil Service Com- 
missioner, 1871 ; editor of London Society, 
1870-72. Publications : Life in Algeria, 
1857 ; Travelling in Spain, 1866 ; The 
Pyrenees (illustrated by Gustave Dore'), 
1867 ; Artists and Arabs, 1868 ; Normandy 
Picturesque, 1869 ; Art in the Mountains, 
1870 ; The Harz Mountains, 1871 ; Breton 
Folk, 1878 ; The Art of Illustration, 1894 ; 
Artistic Travel, 1895. Instructor in Draw- 
ing for the Press by new processes. Address : 
123 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 
Club : Arts. [Died 9 March 1897. 

LACKBURN, Vernon, musical critic of the 
Pall Mall Gazette ; father, Yorkshire Bar- 
rister ; mother, South German and Irish ; 
m. a Jewess, tribe of Judah. Educ. : 9 
Boundary Road, St. John's Wood ; St. 
Peter's, Scarboro' ; Ushaw, near Durham ; 
St. Edmund's, Ware. London University 
(B.A.), 8th Honours, Matriculation, marks 
qualifying for a prize ; Intermediate Arts 
(First Class). After leaving college attempted 
a religious career, with dire failure ; then 
became sub-editor of the Tablet, and after- 
wards its Rome correspondent ; then on 
the staff of the National Observer, under 
W. E. Henley. Publications : The Fringe 
of an Art ; Bayreuth and Munich. Recrea- 
tions : pianoforte playing, travelling. Club : 
Savage. [Died 14 Feb. 1907. 

LACKBURNE, Rev. Foster Grey, M.A. ; 
[Archdeacon of Manchester from 1905 ; 
' Rector of Bury, 1894. Educ. : Maryborough ; 
Brasenose Coll., Oxford. Curate of Bebbing- 
ton, Cheshire, 1863-67 ; St. Oswald, Chester, 
1867-72; Rector of Nantwich, 1872-94. 
Address : The Rectory. Bury, Lancashire. 

[Died 1 Feb. 1909. 

LACKETT, Sir Edward William, 7th Bt. ; 
cr. 1673; C.B. 1905; retired Maj.-Gen.; 
Kt. of the Legion of Honour ; J.P. ; b. 22 
Mar. 1831 ; S. father 1885 ; m. Hon. Julia 
Frances Sornerville, y. d. of 17th Baron 
Somerville, 1871. Educ. : Eton. Entered 
irmy, 1851 ; served in Crimea with Rifle 
Brigade, 1854-55 ; severely wounded at 
Redan. Decorated Jubilee Crimean War. 
Heir : . Hugh Douglas, b. 24 Mar. 1873. 
Captain Northumberland (Hussars) Imp. 
Yeo. ; m. 1903, Helen Katherine, sis. of Sir 

B. Lowther, 4th Bt. ; one s.] Address 
Matfen Hall, Corbridge, Northumberland; 
Sockburn, Darlington. Clubs : Army and 
Navy, Wellington. [Died 13 Sept. 1909. 

ACKLEY, Rev. William Lewery, M.A., Hon. 
Canon of Winchester ; Vicar of St. James- 



the-Less, Westminster, from 1889 ; b. 30 
Dec. 1830 ; s. of late Travers Blackley ; m 
Amelia, d. of Dr. C. M. Friedlander, Chevalier 
of Belgic Order. Educ. : on the Continent ; 
Trin. Coll. Dublin. Ordained 1854 to St 
Peter's, Southwark ; Curate in charge of 
Frensham, Surrey, 1855-67 ; Rector of 
North Waltham, Hants, 1867-83 ; Vicar 
of Kings Somborne, 1883-89. Publications 
Frith-of-Saga, translated from Tegne"r, 1858 ; 
Critical English New Testament, 3 vols. ; 
Practical German Dictionary, 1867 ; Word 
Gossip, 1868; Essays on Prevention of 
Pauperism by National Insurance ; Nine- 
teenth Century and other Reviews, 1878 to 
1892. Address : 75 St. George's Square, 
S.W. Club: Constitutional. 

BLACKWELL, Elizabeth, [ MJxf Smulthfg 
physician ; b. Bristol, 3 Feb. 1821 ; d of 
Samuel Blackwell, Bristol, who emigrated 
with his family to America, 1832. Educ. : 
private schools in Bristol and New York 
Taught in Kentucky and North and South 
Carolina ; studied Medicine at Geneva 
University, U.S., and in La Mate"rnite" and 
Hotel Dieu, Paris, and St. Bartholomew's, 
London. Practised in New York, 1851, 
founding there a Hospital and Medical 
School for Women ; placed on the English 
Register, 1859 ; practised in London and 
Hastings from 1869; founded National 
Health Society of London, and assisted in 
forming London School of Medicine for 
Women. Publications : The Physical Educa- 
tion of Girls ; The Religion of Health : The 
Moral Education of the Young ; The Human 
Element in Sex ; Pioneer Work in Opening 
the Medical Profession to Women ; Scientific 
Method in Biology, etc. Recreations : 
travelling and reading. Address : Rock 
House, Exmouth Place, Hastings. Club: 
Association of Registered Medical Women. 

[Died 31 May 1910. 

BLACKWELL, Thomas Francis, J.P. ; Head 
of Crosse and Blackwell, Ltd. ; b 1838 * 
of Thomas Blackwell ; m. 1883, Annie, d. 
of W. Footman of Lutterworth. Sheriff of 
Middlesex. 1894. Address: The Cedars, 
Harrow Weald, Middlesex. 

[Died 14 July 1907. 

BLACKWOOD, William, editor of Blackwood's 
Magazine ; publisher and printer ; b. 
Lucknow, India, 13 July 1836 ; e. 8. of 
Major William Blackwood, H.E.I.C.S., 59th 
Native Infantry, and publisher (d. 1861), 
and Emma, e. d. of Brigadier- General George 
Moore, H.E.I.C.S. ; g. s. of William Black- 
wood, founder of the Publishing House of 
William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh 
and London. Educ. : Edinburgh Academy, 
Edinburgh University ; studied in Paris 
at the College de Sorbonne, and at the 
University of Heidelberg ; entered the 
publishing business under his father and 
uncle John Blackwood, 1857. Recreations : 
cricket, hunting, golf, tennis ; Lieutenant 
Midlothian Yeomanry Cavalry (retired) ; 
member of the Royal Company of Archers 
(Queen's Body-Guard for Scotland); recipient 
of the Jubilee Medal presented by Queen 
Victoria to those who had been in personal 
attendance on Her Majesty on at least three 
occasions. Address : 45 George Street, 
Edinburgh ; 37 Paternoster Row, B.C. ; 
Gogar Mount, Midlothian. Clubs : Junior 
Carlton, Garrick ; New, Edinburgh ; Royal 
and Ancient Golf, St. Andrews ; The Hon. 
Company of Edinburgh Golfers, Muirfield. 

[Died 10 Nov. 1912. 

BLAIKIE, Rev. William Garden, D.D., LL.D., 
Professor of Theology, Free Church, Edin- 
burgh, 1868-97; b. 5 Feb. 1820; s. of 
James Blaikie, Lord Provost of Aberdeen ; 
m. Margaret C., d. of Walter Biggar, Edin- 
67 



BLAIN 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



burgh, 1845. Educ. : Aberdeen Grammar 
School and University ; Edinburgh Uni 
versity. Ordained minister of Drumblade 
1842. Joined Free Church of Scotland 
1843 ; Moderator of General Assembly 

1892 ; President of Pan-Presbyterian Alii' 
ance, 1888-92. Publications : David, King 
of Israel, 1856 ; Bible History, 1859 ; Bible 
Geography, 1861 ; Better Days for Working 
People, 1863 (80th thousand) ; Heads anc 
Hands in World of Labour, 1865 ; Counsel 
and Cheer, 1867 ; For the Work of the 
Ministry, 1875 ; Inner Life of Our Lord 
1876 ; 'Personal Life of David Livingstone 
1880 ; Public Ministry of our Lord, 1883 
Leaders in Modern Philanthropy, 1883 
My Body, 1884 ; Expositor's Bible (3 vols.) 
1888-93 ; Preachers of Scotland, 1888 
Summer Suns, 1890 ; After Fifty Years. 

1893 ; Heroes of Israel, 1894 ; Present Day 
Tracts, 1885-94 ; Life of Chalmers (Famous 
Scots), 1897 ; Editor, Free Church Maga- 
zine, 1849-53 ; North British Review, 1860- 
1863 ; Sunday Magazine, 1870-74 ; Catholic 
Presbyterian, * 1879-83. Recreations : was 
fond of mountaineering, and occasionally 
played at golf. Address : 9 Palmerston 
Road, Grange, Edinburgh; 2 Tantallon 
Terrace, North Berwick. 

[Died 11 June 1899, 

BLAIN, William, C.B. 1906 ; Assistant Secre- 
tary to Treasury from 1907, and Auditor of 
the Civil List ; m. ; one s. one d. Address : 
The Treasury. S.W. ; Ravensbourne, South 
Norwood Hill, S.E. Club : United Univer- 
sity. [Died 27 Dec. 1908 

BLAIN, Sir William Arbuthnot, Kt. ; cr. 1897 ; 
J.P. ; President of the Conservative Associa- 
tion ; President, Savings Bank ; Acting 
Chairman, High School ; b. 1833 ; m. 1860, 
Harriet Anne (d. 1906), o. c. of James 
Allen of Handsworth. Educ.: privately. 
Address : The Park, Nottingham. 

[Died 11 Feb. 1911. 

ELAINE, Sir Charles Frederick ; Kt., cr. 1889 ; 
partner in Blaine and Co., Cape of Good 
Hope ; e. s. of Benjamin Blaine, M.D., 
Natal ; m. Helen, d. of Thomas Howie. Ad- 
dress : Jetty Street, Port Elizabeth, Cape 
of Good Hope. [Died 17 July 1915. 

BLAINE, Sir Robert Stickney, Kt. ; cr. 1890 ; 
J.P. ; s. of Benjamin Blaine, Hull ; m. 1st, 
Constance, d. of G. Moger of Bath, 2nd, 
Lydia, d. of Sir Timothy Vansittart Ston- 
house, Bt., 1881. Mayor of Bath, 1872-73 ; 
M.P. Bath, 1885-86. Address : Summer- 
hill, Bath, Clubs : Carlton, Conservative. 

[Died 15 Dec. 1897. 

BLAIR, Hon. Andrew George, K.C., M.P., P.C. ; 
Chief Commissioner of the new Railway Com- 
mission of Canada from 1904 ; b. Fredericton, 
New Brunswick, 7 March 1844, of Scotch 
parents. Educ. : Collegiate School, Fre- 
deriction. Called to the Bar, 1866 ; Q.C. 
1891 ; entered New Brunswick Assembly, 
1878, for York ; chosen Leader of Opposi- 
tion, 1879 ; in 1883 became Premier of the 
Province, and remained so until called to 
the Dominion Cabinet in 1896 ; late Minister 
of Railways and Canals, Canada ; resigned 
in July 1903 on a difference of opinion as to 
some important features of Government 
policy re Grand Trunk Pacific Railway ; in 
the following February he accepted the offer 
of the chairmanship of the Railway Com- 
mission, created under legislation, which he 
had prepared and passed through Parlia- 
ment in the session of 1903 ; after organising 
the work of the Commission, and getting it 
in good running order, he retired in October 
1904. Address: 274 O'Connor Street, 
Ottawa. Clubs : Rideau, Ottawa ; Union, 
St. John, N.B. [Died 25 Jan. 1907. 

BLAIR, General Charles Renny, Bombay 
Infantry ; b, 14 Feb. 1837. Entered army, 
68 



1856 ; General, 1894 ; retired list, 1889 
served Indian Mutiny, 1857-59. Address 
37 Green Park, Bath. [Died 18 Apr. 191S 

BLAIR, General James, V.C., C.P., Bombai 
Cavalry (retired) ; b. 1828 ; m. Frances d 
of late N. J. Halhed (d. 1903). Entered 
army, 1844; Capt., 1857; Colonel, 1873 
General, 1894 ; served Indian Mutiny, 1857 
1859 (despatches, medal with clasp, V.C.) 
Decorated for having on two occasions (Nee 
much and Jeerum) distinguished himself bj 
his gallant and daring conduct. Address 
Pavilion, Melrose, N.B. 

[Died 18 Jan. 1.905 

BLAKE, Hon. Edward, K.C., P.C. (Cannda) 
LL.D. ; Barr. Upper Canada ; b. Adelaide 
Ontario, 13 Oct. 1833 ; e. s. of Hon. Williarj 
Hume Blake, Ontario, Chancellor of Uppe 
Canada ; m. Margaret, d. of Bishon of Huron 
Educ. : Upper Canada Coll. ; ' Univ. o 
Toronto (M.A. 1858). M.P. (L.) Canadd 
1867-91 ; M.P. (L.) Ontario House, 1867-72] 
Prime Minister, Ontario, 1871-72 ; Minister 
Justice, Attorney-General, Canada, 1875-77 
President of Council, 1877-78 ; M.P. (N.) S 
Longford, 1892-1907. Address: Hume 
wood, Toronto, Ontario ; Le Caprice 
Murray Bay, Quebec. Club : Nationa 
Liberal. [Died 2 March 1912 

BLAKE, General Henry William, Madrai 
Infantry ; b. 21 Sept. 1815 ; m. 1st, Harriette 
Louisa (d. 1864), d. of Francis Diggens, 
Chichester; 2nd, Mary Ann (d. 1880), d. oi 
W. Crake ; 3rd, Mary Jane, d. of Thomas 
Hayter. Entered army, 1833 ; General 
1879 ; retired list, 1881 ; served insurrectioE 
in Lower Coorg, 1837 ; insurrection IE 
Golcondah, 1847-48 ; chief command, Bur- 
mah, 1871-72 ; Hyderabad Subsidy Force- 
1873-76. Address : Elgin Lodge, 85 Lad< 
broke Grove, W. [Died 4 Apr. 1908 

BLAKE, Henry Wollaston, M.A., F.R.S.i 
F.R.G.S., C.E. ; Director of Bank of England? 
b. 1815 ; m. 2nd, Edith, d. of Rev. Preb. E. BJ 
Hawksham, Rector of Weston-under-Pen-i 
yard, Herefordshire. Address : 8 Devonshin 
Place, W. Club: Athensoum. 

[Died 27 June 1S99< 

BLAKE, Rev. John Frederick, M.A., F.G.S. , 
b. Stoke next Guildford, 3 Apr. 1839 ; s. o 
Rev. Robert P. Blake ; m. 1866, y. d. o 
Rev. F. F. Haslewood, Rector of Smarden] 
Kent ; three s. one d. Educ. : Christ';, 
Hospital ; Caius Coll. Camb. (Senior Scholar) , 
15th Wrangler and 2nd Class Nat. Sciena 1 
Tripos, 1862. Curate at Lenton, nea>| 
Nottingham, and at St. Mary's, Bryanstoi 
Square ; Mathematical Master, St. Peter'?. 
School, York, 1865-74 ; Lecturer on Com 
parative Anatomy, Charing Cross Hospital! 
1876-80 ; Professor of Natural Science") 
University College, Nottingham, ISSO-SS/ 
President Geological Association, 1891-92^,1 
went to India to arrange the Baroda Museum jj 
1895. Publications : Catechism of Zoology ,j 
British Fossil Cephalopoda ; Astronomica | 
Myths ; Yorkshire Lias ; Annals of Britisl | 
" - 1 



4 vols.; art. 



Cuttle-Fish 



Geology, 

Ency. Brit. ; Geology of Nottinghamshire ; 
Victoria History of Counties ; and numerou j 
memoirs in the quarterly journal of th'. 
Geological Society, etc. Lyell medallist, 
Recreation: cycling. Address: 35 Harles. 
den Gardens, N.W. [Died 7 July 190 

BLANC, Dep.-Surg. Sir Henry Jules, K.C.V.O. 
cr. 1901 ; b. London, 17 Sept. 1831 ; *. o 
Henry Antoine Blanc of Belmont, antj 
Louisa, d. of Charles Maurer, of Nyon ; m 
1877, Stella, d. of Eyre Burton Powell, C.S.I.j 
of Madras. Educ. : Montpellier Univ , 
France (B.A., B.S., M.D.). Served Crimea; 
War ; entered Indian Medical Service, 1859 
served China War, 1860 ; member of missio: 
to King Theodore of Abyssinia, 1864, an< 
was detained prisoner and in chains ai 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Magdala for nearly two year.s ; senior Surgeon 
and Professor of Surgery, Grant Medical 
College, Bombay ; retired with rank of 
Deputy-Surgeon-General, 1887 ; consulting 
physician at Cannes. Publications : A 
Narrative of Captivity in Abyssinia ; How 
to Avoid and Treat Cholera ; Animal Vac- 
cination. Address : Manouke, Cannes ; 11 
Rue de la Pompe, Paris. Club : Cercle 
Nautique, Cannes. [Died 30 Sept. 1911. 

JLANDFORD, George Fielding, M.A., M.D. 
Oxon ; F.R.C.P. London ; Fellow, Royal 
Society of Medicine ; b. Hindon, Wilts, 7 
March 1829. Educ. : Rugby ; Oxford. Pre- 
sident, Society for Relief of Widows an 
Orphans of Medical Men ; Past President o 
Medico-Psychological Association of Grea 
Britain and Ireland ; President of Psycho 
logical Section British Medical Associatio 

1894. Publications : Lectures on Insanit 
and its Treatment, 4th edit. 1892 ; Ar 
Insanity, Quain's Dictionary of Medicine 
Art. Prevention ; Prognosis of Insanity 
Tuke's Dictionary of Psychological Medicine 
Lumleian Lectures on Insanity, Lance 

1895. Recreation : sketching. Address 
Woodlands, Camclen Park, Tunbridge Well 
Club : Athenaeum. [Died 22 Aug. 1911 

LANE, Lieut.-General Sir Seymour John 
C.B. ; 3rd Bt. ; cr. 1812; retired 1881 
London, 1 Feb. 1833 ; e. s. of 2nd Bt. an 
Eli/a, d. of John Arrnit, Newton Park 
Dublin ; S. father, 1869 ; m. 1903, widow o 
Henry Blake of Boston, U.S.A. Educ. 
Eton. Capt. Fu?ilier Guards, 1854 ; Brevet 
Major 52nd Light Infantry, 1857 ; Col 
Rifle Brigade, 1809 ; wounded at Inker 
mann ; Brigade - Major to Sir Nevill 
Chamberlain and subsequently to Genera 
Nicholson during siege and at storming o 
Delhi; Brigade-Maj. Calcutta, 1859; Military 
Secretary and A.D.C. to four Governors 
General of India, 1862. Recreations : riding 
looting, tennis, rowing. Heir : n. Charles 
1879. Address : 37 Lowndes Street, S.W 
lubs : White's, Guards'. 

[Died 26 June 1911 

iNEY, Thomas, C.I.E. 1894; Presiden 
unicipal Corporation of Bombay. Address 
ombay. [Died 1 Apr. 1903 

NFORD, William Thomas, C.I.E. 1904 
L.D., F.R.S. 1874; b. London, 7 Oct 
32; m. Ida Gertrude, d. of R. L. Bell 
use, 1883. Educ. : Royal School of Mines 
ondon ; Duke of Cornwall's scholar 
'ning Academy, Freiberg, Saxony. On 
aft' of Geological Survey of India, 1855-82 
companied Abyssinian Expedition in 1868 
geologist, and received medal ; acconv 
.nied Persian Boundary Commission, 
72 ; President of Asiatic Society of Bengal, 
78-79 ; President of section C (Geology) 
Itish Association, 1884 ; President ol 
sological Society, 1888-90 ; Vice-President 
Royal Society, 1892-93, 1901-3. Publica- 
ns : Observations on the Geology and 
ology of Abyssinia, 1870 ; Eastern Persia, 
1. ii., Zoology and Geology, 1876; A 
inual of the Geology of India (part 
ily), 1879 ; editor of The Fauna of British 
dia, and author of Mammalia, 1888-91; 
d Birds (vol. iii.), 1895 (vol. iv.), 1898. 
Idress: 72 Bedford Gardens, W. Clubs: 
henseum, Arts. [Died 23 June 1905. 

NTYRE, 12th Baron (cr. 1606), Charles 
uart, D.L. ; b. Lennoxlove, 1818; S. 
her 1830 ; m. Evelyn (d. 18(39), 2nd d. of 
d Duke of Sutherland, 1843. Owned 
out 14,100 acres. Address : Erskine 
use, Glasgow. [Died 15 Dec. 1900. 

YDES, Frederick Henry Marvell, M.4. 
on. ; hon. LL.D. Dublin ; Ph.D. Uni- 
sity of Budapest ; Fellow of the Royal 
tety of Letters at Athens, etc. ; b. Hamp- 
Court Green (near London), 29 Sept. 



BLENNERHASSETT 

1818 ; a lineal descendant of Andrew 
Marvell, the friend of Milton ; m. 1st, 1843, 
Fanny Maria, d. of Sir Edward Henry Page 
Turner, 6th Bart. ; 2nd, Emma Nichols 
y. d. of H. R. Nichols ; three s. three d. 
Educ. : St. Peter's School, York, under 
Archdeacon Creyke, 1830-36 ; Christ Church, 
Oxford, student; University Latin (Hert- 
ford) Scholarship, 1838 ; Second Class 
Honours, Lit. Human. 1840. Vicar of 
Harrisgworth, Northamptonshire, 1843-86. 
Publications : The Plays of Sophocles, with 
English notes ; The Four Plays of Aristo- 
phanes (Equites, Nubes, Vespae, Ranae), 
ical 



with critical Latin notes ; The entire Works 
of Aristophanes, including the Fragments, 
with Latin Notes (2 vols.); The separate 
Plays, with the Greek Scholia and Fragments 
(12 vols.) ; The Three Plays (Agamemnon 
Choephoroi, and Eumenides) of Aeschylus 
separately, with Latin notes ; Adversaria on 
the Fragments of the Comic Greek Poets (in 
Latin, 2 vols.) ; Adversaria on the Frag- 
ments of the Tragic Greek Poets ; Adversaria 
on Aeschylus ; Adversaria on Sophocles ; 
Adversaria on Aristophanes ; Adversaria on 
various Greek and Latin Poets ; Adversaria 
on Herodotus; Spicilegium Tragoedicum ; 
Spicilegium Aristophaneum ; Spicilegium 
Sophocleum ; Adversaria on Thucydides ; 
Analecta Comica Graeca An.il. Trag. Gr. ; 
Sophoclis Tragoediae (cd. crit.) ; (Edipus 
Rex (Ed. Colon. ; Antigone ; Electra ; 
Ajax ; Miscellanea Critica. Address : 26 
Vernon Terrace, Brighton ; 19 St. Edwards 
Road, Southsea. [Died 7 Sept: 1908. 

BLENNERHASSETT, Sir Arthur Charles Fran- 
cis Bernard, 5th Bt. ; cr. 1809 ; Assistant 
Commissioner Central Provinces, India ; 
b. 14 April 1871 ; s. of 4th Bart, and Countess 
Charlotte de Leyden, o. d. of Countess de 
Leyden ; m. 1899, Mary Frances, d. of 
Ludwig von Aretin of Haidenburg, Bavaria ; 
two s. ; S. father 1909. Educ. : Balliol 
College, Oxford (B.A.). Entered Indian 
Civil Service, 1895. Owned 9000 acres. 
Heir : s. Marmaduke Casimir Henry Joseph, 
b. 20 Nov. 1902. Address : 54 Rutland 
Gate, S.W. Clubs : Wellington, Savile. 

[Died 29 Jan. 1915. 

BLENNERHASSETT, Rt. Hon. Sir Rowland, 
4th Bt. ; cr. 1809 ; P.O. Ireland, 1905 ; a 
Magistrate and Deputy Lieutenant, Co. 
Kerry ; Commissioner of National Educa- 
tion in Ireland ; Senator of the Royal 
University of Ireland, 1897 ; and Member of 
the Standing Committee of the Senate ; b. 
5 Sept. 1839. S. father 1849 ; m. 1870, 
Countess Charlotte de Leyden, o. d. of 
Countess de Leyden ; two s. one d. Educ. : 
Downside ; Stoneyhurst ; Christ Church, 
Oxon. ; studied also at the Universities of 
Louvain, Munich, and Berlin. Dr. es 
Sciences politiques et administratives, Univ. 
of Louvain, with special distinction ; LL.D. 
Royal Univ. of Ireland ; M.P. Galway, 
1865-74 ; Kerry, 1880-85 ; High Sheriff, Co. 
Kerry, 1866 ; H.M.'s Inspector of Reforma- 
tory and Industrial Schools in Ireland, 
1890-97 ; President of the Queen's College, 
Cork, 1897-1904; appointed a Visitor of 
Queen's College, Cork, 1905. Publications : 
numerous articles in reviews, mostly on 
foreign politics. Recreations : field sports. 
Owned 9000 acres. Heir : s. Arthur, b. 
1871. Address: 54 Rutland Gate, S.W. 
Clubs : Brooks's, Athenaeum ; Kildare 
Street, Dublin. [Died 22 March 1909. 

BLENNERHASSETT, Rowland Ponsonby, K.C., 
J.P. ; practised at the Parliamentary Bar ; 
b. Kells, 22 July 1850 ; o. s. of Richard 
Francis Blennerhassett of Kells, and Honoria, 
d. of William Carrique Ponsonby of Crotto ; 
m. Mary Beatrice, d. of Walter Armstrong, 
of Ennismore Gardens, S.W. ; one s. Educ. : 
69 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BLIND 



Christ Church, Oxford. M.P. County Kerry, 
1872-85 ; contested N.E. Manchester, 1885 ; 
Barr. Inner Temple, 1878; Q.C. 1894; 
Bencher, 1903. Owned 7000 acres. Ad- 
dress : Kells, Co. Kerry ; 52 Hans Place, 
S.W. Clubs : Brooks's, St. James's. 

[Died 7 Apr. 1913. 

BLIND, Karl ; b. Mannheim, Germany, 4 Sept. 
1826; m. Friederike Ettlinger, widow 
Cohen. Educ. : Lyceums Mannheim and 
Karlsruhe (gold and silver medals) ; Univer- 
sities of Heidelberg and Bonn. Hon. 
Member Italian Academy of Literature. 
Leader in German Eevolution ; from 1847-49 
five times imprisoned ; member of provi- 
sional government in Baden ; fought in 
battle of Staufen ; captured, court-mar- 
tialled ; saved from death through flaw in 
Grand Ducal proclamation ; solitary eight 
months' confinement, at first in chains, in 
Rastatt casemates ; sentenced to eight 
years ; freed by people and army expelling 
dynasty ; connected with new democratic 
government ; appointed member of Em- 
bassy of Baden and Rhenish Bavaria to 
France ; arrested, in violation of law of 
nations, after Ledru-Rollin's rising against 
Louis Bonaparte ; released after two months ; 
banished from France ; co-operated from 
England with Mazzini, Garibaldi, Ledru- 
Rollin, Louis Blanc, and other European 
leaders ; promoted Schleswig-Holstein move- 
ment in intercourse with leaders of Schleswig 
Parliament ; supported Hungarian move- 
ment of autonomy ; Polish rising of 1863-64 
against Russia ; American Union cause 
against Slave-holder's Confederacy ; German 
cause in the French War of 1870-71 ; Italian 
cause against the Papacy, Japanese cause 
against Russia, and Russian movement for 
freedom. Publications : many writings on 
politics, history, mythology, Germanic and 
Indian literature. [Died 21 May 1907. 

BLISS, Major Charles, C.I.E., 1914 ; 1st K.G.O. 
Gurkha Rifles, Dharmsala Cantonment, 
Punjab; *. of Sir Henry Bliss, K.C.I.E., 
q.v. ; b. 30 Dec. 1871 ; m. 1901, Mabel 
Emmeline, d. of Lt.-Col. T. M. Maxwell, 
late Derbyshire Regt. ; one d. Educ. : 
Clifton College ; Sandhurst. Entered Army, 
1891 ; Staff employ, 1902-3 ; Tibet Expedi- 
tion, 1903-4 (wounded, despatches, medal) ; 
commanded columns of Military Police on 
following Punitive Expeditions in Naga Hills, 
N.E. Frontier, India ; Kehomi Expedition, 
1907 ; Rangpang Naga Expedition, 1908 ; 
Mozungjami Expedition, 1909 ; Aishan 
Kuki Expedition, 1910 ; Makware Expedi- 
tion, 1911 ; commanded escorts on following 
Political, Survey, and Exploration Missions 
on N.E. Frontier India ; Mishmi Mission 
Lohit Valley, 1911-12; Debong Mission 
1912-13. Address : The Abbey, Abingdon 
Berks. [Died 22 Dec. 1914 

BLOGH, Jean de, Actual Councillor of State 
of Russia ; member of the Comite des 
Savants of the Ministry of Finance. Retired 
and occupied himself with social, economic 
and military questions. Educ. : Warsaw 
Was a constructor and administrator oJ 
railways ; built many thousand versts oi 
Russian and Polish railways. Publications . 
Influence of Railways on the Economic 
Condition of Russia, 5 vols. ; The Finances 
of Russia, 4 vols. ; Comparative Economic 
Condition of the Governments of Russia 
4 vols. ; Indebtedness of Landed Propertj 
in Poland, 1 vol. ; The War of the Future 
6 vols. ; and a great number of pamphlets 
and articles on Political Economy, Military 
Problems, etc. Recreation : the theatre 
Address : Warsaw. [Died 9 Jan. 1902 

BLOFELD, Thomas Calthorpe, Chancello 
Diocese of Norwich'; Recorder of Ipswich 
1877-1906; President of Norwich Union 
70 



Life Insurance Society, 1899-1906 ; a 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions for Norfolk ;j 
b. 15 Dec. 1836 ; m. 1868, Fanny ElizabethJ 
d. of late Rev. J. A. Partridge, Rector ofl 
Baconsthorpe and Bodham, Norfolk ; ona 
s. three d. Educ. : Eton ; Trinity CollJ 
Camb. M.A. 2nd class Classical Tripos a 
Captain of the Poll. Barr. Lincoln's InnJ 
1862; South-Eastern Circuit. Address \ 
Hoveton House, near Norwich. Club : 
Norfolk County. [Died 5 Dec. 1908 J 

BLOMFIELD, Sir Arthur William ; cr. 1839 J 
M.A., A.R.A. 1888 ; Architect ; b. Fulham 
6 Mar. 1829 ; s. of late Rt. Rev. C. J. Blom 
field, D.D., Bishop of London. Educ. 
Rugby ; Trin. Coll. Camb. Architect t< 
Bank of England, 1883 ; chiefly engaged ii 
ecclesiastical work ; designed the Churcl 
House, Westminster ; Christ's Hospita 
Horsham, etc. Recreation : rowing (whei 
young). Address : 28 Montagu Square I 
6 Montagu Place, London, W. ; " Springl 
field," Broadway, Worcestershire. Club I 
Arts. [Died 30 Oct. 18991 

ELOIYIMERS, Johannes Bernardus, artistd 
peintre ; b. the Hague, Holland, 30 Janl 
1845 ; married ; two *. four d. Educ. 1 
Academic of the Hague. Beginning aJ 
lithographer now painter. Pictures in 
Amsterdam, Rotterdam, the Hague, Munich! 
Budapest, Buenos Ayres, several museum! 
in U.S.A. Address: Isholting, 17 Thl 
Hague. Clubs : Pulchri Studio, etc. 

[Died 15 Dec. 191 J 

BLOOMFIELD, Georgiana, Lady, ft. 13 Apr! 
1822; y. d. of 2nd Baron Ravensworth I 
m. 4 Sept. 1845, Rt. Hon. John Arthin 
Douglas, 2nd and last Baron BloomfielJ 
Maid of Honour, 1841-45. Publications! 
Reminiscences of Court and Diplomatil 
Life, 1882 ; Gleanings of a Long Life! 
Memoirs of Benjamin Lord Bloomfield, et| 
etc. Address : Bramfield House, Hertford! 
[Died 21 May 1901 
BLOUET, Paul; see O'Rell, Max. 
BLOUNT, Sir Edward Charles, K.C.B. ; ci 
1888 ; Director London Joint-Stock Banlaj 
2nd s. of late Edward Blount, M.P., an{ 
g.-s. of Walter Blount, 6th Bt., of Mawlel 
Hall, Shropshire. Descended from Lj 
Blounds, Counts of Guines in Picardy. I 
Bellamour, nr. Rugeley, 16 Mar. 1809 ; i* 
Gertrude Frances, d. of William Jerninghara 
1834 (d'. 1897). Educ. : Rugeley Gramir 
School ; St. Mary's College, Oscott. LJ 
Chairman of Western Railway of Franc 
Attache" to British Embassy, Paris, 182 
founded bank of Edward Blount, pere 
fils, 1831; transferred to Socie'te" Ge'ne'r 
of Paris, 1870, of which he was Preside 
until 1901. Address : Imberhorne Man 
E. Grinstead, Sussex ; 59 Rue de Courcell 
Paris. [Died 15 March 191 

BLOWITZ, Henri Georges Stephane Adolj 
Opper de, journalist ; Times correspond( 
in Paris; b. Chateau de Blowitz, Pils 
Austria, 28 Dec. 1832; m. 1865, An 
Ame'lie Arraud D'Agnel. Travelled 
Europe when 16 years of age ; appointed 
M. de Falloux (Minister of Educatii 
Prof, of German at the Lyce"e of Tom 
also Prof, of German at Lirnoges, Poiti 
and Marseilles ; quitted the Universi 
1860 ; engaged in invention of a niachii i 
for wool-carding by steam ; took up stuc 
of Foreign Politics, writing in Gazette < 
Midi and in Decentralisation of Lyoni 
revealed the famous history of Ismi I 
Pacha's special train, thereby causi: 
defeat of M. de Lesseps in election of 1S6' 
escaped prosecution by Government [I 
intervention of M. Thiers ; naturalised I 
French citizen, 1870 ; formed one of t j 
National Guard at Marseilles, 1870 ; dist 
guished himself during the 4 April wh) 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



crushed the Commune in the south ; by a 
private wire from a house belonging to his 
wife he had remained in communication 
with Thiers at Versailles when other com- 
munications had been cut oft by insurgents ; 
entered on service of the Time?, July 1871 ; 
inaugurated constant telegraphic communica- 
tions and obtained the concession from 9 P.M. 
to 3 A.M. of a special wire for the Times from 
9 May 1874 ; interviewed Comte cle Cham- 
bord, Bismarck, Thiers, Gambetta, Alphonse 
XII., the Sultan, Comte de Paris, King of 
Roumania, Marquess Tseng, Jules Ferry, 
Duclerc, Leo XIII., Cardinal Jacobini, 
Prince Lobanof, etc. ; revealed in letter to 
Times, 5 May 1875, the intention of the 
German Military party of another invasion 
of France ; predicted the march of Russia 
to Herat ; sent the Treaty of Berlin to the 
Times before it was signed ; wrote more 
than 4000 columns in the Times ; Officer of 
the Legion of Honour ; Doctor of Philosophy; 
Officer of the Institute of France. Publica- 
tions : Feuilles volantes, 1858 ; L'Allemagne 
et la Provence, 1809 ; Le Mariage royal 
d'Espagne, 1878 ; Une Course a Constanti- 
nople, 1884. Address : 2 Rue Greuze, 
Paris. Country - house : Petites Dalles, 
Seine-Infe'rieur. [Died 18 Jan. 1903. 

BLUMENTHAL, Jacques, musical composer ; b. 
Hamburg, 4 Oct. 1829 ; naturalised British 
subject ; m. 1868. Educ. : Vienna, under 
Booklet and Sechter ; Paris, under Hale"vy. 
Lived in England from 1848. Publications : 
compositions principally for pianoforte, and 
songs (Message, Requital, My Queen, etc.), 
in later years principally in collected form ; 
20 German songs ; 15 English songs ; two 
books of intimate songs, In the Shadow and 
In the Sunshine ; In Memoriam ; Album 
Lyrique. Recreations : travelling and moun- 
taineering. Address : Queen's House, 
Cheyne 'Walk, Chelsea, S.W. ; Chalet 
Blumenthal, Montreux, Switzerland. Clubs : 
Garrick, Beefsteak, Burlington Fine Arts. 

[Died 17 May 1908. 

BLUNDELL - HOLLINSHEAD - BLUNDELL, 
Henry, C.B. : . of R. B. Blundell-Hollins- 
head-Blundell ; Colonel retired, late Grena- 
dier Guards ; M.P. (C.) Ince Div. Lancashire, 
1885-92, and from 1895 ; b. 24 Jan. 1831 ; 
m. Hon. Beatrice, y. d. of late Vice- Admiral 
Hon. Henry D. Byng (Torrington), Maid of 
Honour to the Queen, 1863 (d. 1884). Educ. : 
Eton; Christ Church, Oxford; B.A. 1854. 
Served in the Crimea after the fall of Sebas- 
topol. Passed Start' Coll. 1864 ; the Nile 
Expedition, 1884-85 ; D.L. Lanes. Address : 
10 Stratton Street, W. ; Ashurst Lodge, 
Sunning Hill, Berks ; Deysbrook, near 
Liverpool. Clubs : Carlton, Guards', United 
Service, Army and Navy. 

[Died 28 Sept. 1906 

BLUNDELL - HOLLINSHEAD - BLUNDELL, 
Major-Gen. Richard ; b. 4 Nov. 1835 ; m 
1865, Henrietta, y. d. ot R. A. H. Kirwan 
Bawnmore, Co. Galway. Entered army 
1856 ; Major-General, 1889 ; retired, 1897 
Lieut.-Col. commanding 3rd Hussars, 1874- 
1880; A.A.G. Headquarters, 1880-85 
D.A.G. Malta, 1886-89 ; commanding First 
Class District, Bombay, 1891-96. Address . 
12 Lennox Gardens, S.W. Club : Army 
and Navy. [Died 2 May 1912 

BLUNT, Rt. Rev. Richard Lefevre, D.D. 
Suffragan to Archbishop of York (from 
1891) ; Canon Residentiary of York 
(from 1882) ; Vicar of Hessle from 1905 
Hon. Chaplain to Queen Victoria, 1881-85 
Chaplain in Ordinary to Queen Victoria 
1885-91 ; Prebendary of York from 1892 
and 1871-82 ; Proctor for Chapter from 
1892 ; b. Chelsea, 1833 ; 8. of S. J. Blunt 
Senior Clerk, Colonial Office ; m. Emily, d 
of John Simpson, barrister, 1861 ; one s 



BLYTH 

four d. Educ. : Merchant Taylors' ; Law 
Student ; King's Coll. London (Associate 
1st Class). Ordained 1857 ; Fellow of King's 
Coll. London, 1869 ; Select Preacher, Camb. 

1886 ; Lecturer on Pastoral Theology. Camb. 

1887 ; Rural Dean, 1871-1904 ; Archdeacon 
of E.R. Yorkshire, 1873-92 ; Vicar of Scar- 
borough, 1864-1905 ; M.A. 1864 ; D.D. 
1881 ; V.D. 1892. Publications : The 
Divine Patriot ; Doctrina Pastoralis, 1890 ; 
Confirmation Lectures ; Meditations on the 
Communion Service. Recreations : foreign 
travel, sketching. Address : The Vicarage, 
Hessle, Hull ; The Residence, York. 

[Died 23 Jan. 1910. 

BLUNT, Sir William, 7th Bt. ; cr. 1720 ; 
retired Bengal Civil Service, 1846-75; b. 
1826 ; S. cousin 1890 ; widower. Educ. : 
Haileybury College. Heir : b. Captain John 
Harvey Blunt, b. 1839. [Late 102nd R. M. 
Fusiliers ; served through Indian Mutiny, 
including siege and capture of Lucknow 
(medal and clasp). Address : Belgrano, 
Beaumont, Jersey, Channel Islands.] 

[Died 27 Dec. 1902. 

BLYTH, Rt. Rev. George Francis Popham, 
D.D. ; a subprelate in the Order of St. 
John of Jerusalem ; m. Mary Anne (d. 1908), 
d. of late Col. J. A. Crommelin, R.A. Educ. : 
St. Paul's School ; Lincoln Coll. Oxford 
(M.A.). Ordained 1855 ; Curate of Westport, 
Wilts, 1855-61 ; Sigglesthorpe, Yorks, 1S61 ; 
Chaplain to Earl ot Kimberley, 1863 ; 
Chaplain at Allahabad, 1866 ; Chaplain to 
Bishop of Calcutta, 1867 ; Barrackpore, 
1868-74 ; Naini-Tal, 1874-77 ; Fort William, 
1877-78 ; Archdeacon of Rangoon, 1879- 
1887 ; Bishop in Jerusalem, 1887-1914 ; 
retired, 1914. Publications : The Holy 
Week and Forty Days, 1879 ; Charge?, 
1890-93-96, etc. Address : St. George's 
College, Jerusalem. [Died 5 Nov. 1914. 

BLYTH, Rev. Thomas Allen, D.D. ; Editor of 
the Worcester Diocesan Calendar, 1889 ; 
Hon. Canon of Worcester Cathedral, 1898 ; 
Vicar, 1884, and Rector, 1907, of Stoke-in- 
Coventry ; Chaplain of Coventry Union 
from 1887 ; Examining Chaplain and Com- 
missary to Archbishop of Ottawa ; Commis- 
sary to Bishops of Niagara from 1890 ; 
Surrogate Diocese of Worcester from 1900, 
etc. ; b. London, 7 January 1844 ; 2nd *. 
of Henry Ralph Blyth, Wivenhoe, Beaumont, 
London, and Bedford ; m. Mary Jane, 3rd 
d. of John Hands, Grandborough House, 
Grandborough, Warwickshire ; one s. one 
d. Educ. : Bedford Upper Modern School ; 
Queen's Coll. Oxford, B.A. (Hons. in 
Theology), 1882, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1888, 
D.D. 1892 ; Senior Fellow of the Geological 
Society of Edinburgh, 1864; Assistant 
Master, Bedford Schools, 1865-75 ; ordained 
1875 ; Curate of Wymondham, Norfolk, 
1875-77, Clifton - on - Dunsmore, 1877-78, 
Thame, 1879-81, St. Saviour, Upper Chelsea, 
1884-85; A.C.P., 1873; L.C.P. (First 
Class Honours), 1887 ; Fellow of the Educa- 
tional Institute of Scotland, 1870 ; Hon. 
Fellow Academy of Roman Citizens, 1870 ; 
Ph.D. and M.A., University of Gottingen, 
1870 ; D.D. Durham, Incorporated at 
University College, 1901 ; Vice-Chairman, 
Foleshill Board of Guardians, 1887-92; 
Chairman of Stoke School Board, 1897-99. 
Publications : Notes in Recreative Science ; 
Joseph James Insull, 1863 ; Sir William 
Harpur, Lord Mayor of London in 1561 ; 
John Bunyan and his Church ; The Stranger's 
Guide to the Bedford Schools, 1864 ; Burt's 
Bedford Directory and History of the 
Churches of Bunyan, Howard, and Wesley ; 
John Jukes, 1866 ; The Bedford Directory 
and Almanac, 1866 ; Carter's Directory and 
History of the Ancient Parish Churches of 
Bedford, 1869 ; Metallography as a Separate 



BLYTHSWOOD 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Science, 1871; The History of Bedford, 
1873 ; John Huss, 1879 ; Plato's Meno, 
literally translated ; The Oxford Logic 
Chart ; Terence's Andria, Phormio, and 
Heauton Timorumenos, literally translated; 
The Oxford Handbook of Logic, 1880; 
Xenophon's Memorabilia, I., II., IV., 
literally translated ; The Undergraduate's 
Guide to the Holy Gospels ; Lecture Notes 
on Human Physiology, 1881 ; Questions 
and Exercises in Advanced Logic, 1881 ; 
Rudiments of Faith and Religion ; Guide 
to Matriculation and Responsions at Oxford ; 
Livy's History of Rome, XXL, XXII., 
XXIII., literally translated, 1882 ; Homer's 
Iliad, I. to IV., Caesar de Bello Gallico, I. to 
IV., literally translated, 1883 ; Plato's 
Apology of Socrates, literally translated, 
1884 ; Handbook for the Clergy, 1893 ; 
The History of Stoke-in-Coventry, 1897 ; 
The Thirty-nine Articles, 3rd ed., 1899 ; 
editor, Oxford Translations of the Classics ; 
The Oxford Science Primers ; Oxford Aids 
to The Schools, 1878-85 ; etc. Recreation : 
fishing. Address : Stoke Rectory, Coventry. 
[Died 19 July 1913. 

BLYTHSWOOD, 1st Baron (cr. 1892), Archibald 
Campbell Campbell, LL.D., D.L., J.P., 
F.R.S., Bt., cr. 1880; b. 22 Feb. 1837; 
ra. Hon. Augusta Clementina Carrington, 
d. of 2nd Baron Carrington, 1864. Lieut. 
Co. of Renfrew ; Member (C.) for Renfrew- 
shire, 1873-74; for same (W. Division), 
1885-92 ; Lieut.-Col. Scots Guards (retired) ; 
served in Crimea ; Lieut.-C9l. 4th Battalion 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders from 
1878 ; Col. and A.D.C. to Queen Victoria. 
Heir: b. Rev. Sholto Douglas Campbell- 
Douglas. Address : 2 Seamore Place, 
Mayfair, W. ; Blythswood House, Renfrew. 
Club : Carlton. [ Died 8 July 1908. 

BODDAM, Major-General Welby Wraughton, 
Indian Army ; Inspector- General of Police, 
Punjaub, India ; b. 1832 ; s. of late Rawson 
Hart Boddam, B.C.S. ; m. Eliza Henrietta, 
d of late Adam Frere Smith ; two *. two d. 
Educ. : Addiscombe College. Address : 
Katrick, Shanklin. [Died 8 Dec. 1906. 

BODENHAM-LUBIENSKI, Count Louis, J.P., 
D.L. ; b. 1852 ; e. s. of Count Edward 
Lubienski (d. 1867), and Constance, d. of 
Antony Szlubowski, of Radzyn, Poland ; 
m. 1895, May Evelyn Bertha Emily (d. 
1902), e. d. of late John F. Stratford Kirwan 
and of late Lady Victoria, 3rd d. of 2nd 
Marquess of Hastings ; three s. Educ. : 
Beaumont and Ushaw Coll. Inherited his 
estate from cousin, Irena Maria, widow of 
Charles De La Barre Bodenham ; assumed 
name of Bodenham, 1893. Address : Rother- 
was, Hereford ; Bullingham Manor, Here- 
ford. [Died 19 March 1909. 

BODINGTON, Sir Nathan, Kt., cr. 1908 ; M.A. 
(Oxon.) ; Hon. Litt.D. (Viet.) ; Hon. LL.D. 
Aberdeen; J.P. W. Riding of Yorkshire; 
Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds 
from 1904 ; Hon. Fellow of Lincoln College, 
Oxford, from 1898 ; b. Aston-juxta-Birming- 
ham, 29 May 1848 ; m. Eliza, d. of late Sir 
J. Barran, Bart. Educ. : Birmingham 
Grammar School ; Wadham Coll. Oxford 
(Scholar and Hody Exhibitioner) ; Fellow 
Lincoln Coll. Oxford, 1875-85, when Fellow- 
ship expired, as holder was not in Holy 
Orders ; Assistant Master, Manchester 
Grammar School, 1873 ; Westminster School, 
1874; Classical Tutor Lincoln Coll. and 
Lecturer Lincoln and Oriel Colleges, 1875- 
1881 ; Professor of Classics, Mason Coll. 
Birmingham, 1881-82 ; Vice-Chancellor of the 
Victoria University, 1896-1900; Principal, 
and Professor of Greek, Yorkshire Coll. Leeds, 
1882-1904. Address : Woodbourne, North 
Hill Road, and The University, Leeds. Clubs : 
Athenaeum ; Leeds. [Died 12 May 1911. 
72 



BODLEY, George Frederick, R.A., 1902; 
F.S.A. ; Architect. Pupil of Sir Gilbert 
Scott. Designed the new buildings at 
Magdalen College, Oxford ; King's College} 
and Queen's College, Cambridge, and 
numerous churches, etc. Publications : 
Poems, 1899. Recreation : music. Address : 
41 Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W. ; 
Bridgefoot, Iver, Bucks. Clubs : Athenseum, 
Savile. [Died 21 Oct. 1907. 

BODY, Rev. George, D.D. ; Canon of Durham, 
1883 ; b. Cheriton Fitzpaine, Devonshire, 
7 Jan. 1840 ; m. Louisa, d. of Rev. William 
Lewis, formerly Vicar of Sedgley ; three 
s. four d. Educ. : Blundell's School, Tiver- 
ton ; St. John's College, Cambridge (M.A.) ; 
Hon. D.D. Durham, 1885. Rector of 
Kirkby-Misperton, Yorks, 1870-84 ; Proctor 
in Convocation of York for Cleveland, 1880- 
1885 ; for Durham Chapter, 1906 ; select 
preacher, Cambridge, 1892-94-96-1900-4- 
1906 ; Lecturer, Pastoral Theology, Univ. 
of Cambridge, 1897 ; Warden of the Com- 
munity, etc., of the Epiphany, diocese of 
Truro, 1891-1905 ; Vice-Pre*. of the Society 
for the Propagation of the Gospel. Publica- 
tions : Life of Justification, 1884 ; Life of 
Temptation, 1884 ; The Appearances of the 
Risen Lord, 1890 ; The School of Calvary, 
1891; Activities of the Ascended Lord, 
1891 ; The Life of Love, 1893 ; The Guided 
Life, 1894 ; The Work of Grace in Paradise, 
1896. Address : The College, Durham. 

[Died 5 June 1911. 

BOEVEY, Sir Thomas Hyde Crawley, J.P., 5th 
Bt. ; cr. 1784 ; Verderer of Dean Forest ; 
Lieut. 69th Regiment (retired) ; Hon. Col. 
2nd Volunteer Battalion Gloucestershire 
Regiment ; b. 2 July 1837 ; S. father 1862 ; 
m. Frances (d. 1905), o. d. of Rev. Thomas 
Peters, Rector of Eastington, Gloucester- 
shire ; four *. High Sheriff of Gloucester, 
1882. Heir : s. Francis Hyde, b. 1868. 
Address : Flaxley Abbey, Newnham, Glou- 
cestershire. [Died 15 March 1912. 

BOGER, Major and Bt. Lt.-Col. R. W., Royal 
Artillery; Military Attache", Japan and 
Korea ; b. 4 Sept. 1868 ; father, Captain 
Royal Navy ; unmarried. Educ. : Marl- 
borough ; Woolwich. Entered army, 1888 ; 
Captain, 1898 ; Brevet Major, 1900 ; Brevet 
Lt.-Colonel, 1906 ; passed Staff College : 
served South Africa, 1899-1900 (despatches 
thrice, Queen's medal, 6 clasps, Bt. Maj.) ; 
Russo-Japanese War, 1905, attached to 
Japanese army in Manchuria (Bt. Lt.-Col., 
Japanese War medal, Order of the Rising 
Sun, 4th class). Recreations : usual. 
Address : British Embassy, Tokio. Club : 
Army and Navy. [Diedi28 Dec. 1910. 

BOGLE, Lockhart, Portrait Painter and 
painter of Highland subjects ; b. Highlands 
of Scotland ; on mother's side descended 
from Chiefs of Maoleod. [Father a native 
of Glasgow.] Educ. : School at Glenelg, 
Inverness-shire ; Glasgow University. Seven 
years apprenticed to a lawyer in Glasgow ; 
found law uncongenial ; studied drawing in 
Dusseldorf, Germany ; studied history of 
Highlands with view to painting subjects 
from same ; had collection of Highland 
books and arms ; m. 1894, a lady of Skye. 
Recreations : archaeological studies ; was 9f 
great strength ; took prizes at athletic 
meetings in wrestling, etc. ; could straighten 
100 Ibs. above head. Address : 6 Bedford 
Gardens ; Merryhill Cottage, Bushey, Herts. 
[Died 20 May 1900. 

BOILEAU, Sir Francis George Manningham, 
2nd Bt. ; cr. 1838 ; D.L., J.P., B.A., F.S.A., 
F.R.S. Lit. [An ancestor commanded a 
corps under Marlborough at Blenheim.] 
Barr. Lincoln's Inn ; b. 26 Mar. 1830 ; S. 
father 1869; m. Lucy, e. d. of Sir Geo. 
Nugent, 1860. Educ. : Eton ; Christ 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Church, Oxford. Hon. Lieut.-Col. 3rd Vol. 
Batt. Norfolk Regt. ; County Council 
Alderman ; Knight of Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem. Owned about 4000 acres. 
Heir : s. Maurice Colborne, b. 1865. 
Address : Ketteringham Park, Wymond- 
ham. Norfolk, and Tacolnestone Hall and 
Hethel Hall, Norwich. Clubs : Travellers', 
Royal Societies'. [Died 2 Dec. 1900. 

BOILEAU, Colonel Frank Ridley Farrer ; 
Colonel, General Staff 3rd Division ; b. 29 
Nov. 1867 ; s. of Colonel F. W. Boileau, 
C.B.. and Mrs. Boileau, of Camberley ; m. 
1902, Mary Aurora, d. of Rev. Subdean 
Tudor of Exeter ; three s. Educ. : Chelten- 
ham Coll. Joined Royal Engineers as 2nd 
Lieut. 1887 ; served in India, 1889-96 ; 
afterwards in Central Africa as Assistant 
Commissioner Anglo-German Boundary Com- 
mission ; South African War ; Passed Staff 
College ; D.A.A.G. at War Office, 1902-5 ; 
Professor, Staff College, Quetta, India, 1906- 
1910. Address: Bulford Camp, Wilts. 
Club : Naval and Military. 

[Died Sept. 1914. 

BOISSIER, Marie Louis Gaston, Secretary of 
the French Academy from 1895 ; b Nimes, 
15 Aug. 1823. Professor of Rhetoric, 
Angouleme, 1846 ; Lyce"e Charlemagne, 
Paris, 1856 ; Professor of Latin Oratory, 
College de France, 1861 ; Member of French 
Academy, 1876. Publications : Monograph 
on Terentius Varro, 1859 ; Cice"ron et ses 
Amis, 1861 ; L'opposition sous les Ce"sars ; 
La religion Romaine d'Auguste aux Antonins, 
1875 ; Promenades archdalogiques : Rome 
et Pompe"i, 1880; Second" series, 1886. 
Address : Quai Conti, 23 VI e , Paris. 

[Died 10 June 1908. 

BOLDREWOOD, Rolf (Thomas Alexander 
Browne) ; novelist ; b. London, 6 Aug. 
1826; e. s. of late Capt. Sylvester Browne 
and Eliza Angell Alexander; m. 1861, 
Margaret Maria, y. d. of William Edward 
Riley of Raby, N.S.W. Educ. : Sydney 
Coll., New South Wales, Australia. Prize 
at Sydney Coll. for English Composition. 
1842. Pioneer squatter in early life in 
Victoria, 1870 ; Police Magistrate and 
Warden of Goldflelds, New South Wales, 
until June 1895. Publications : Robbery 
Under Arms, 1888 ; The Miner's Right, 
1890 ; A Colonial Reformer, 1890 ; A 
Sydney-Side Saxon, 1891 ; A Modern 
Buccaneer, 1894 ; The Squatter's Dream, 
The Crooked Stick, 1895 ; Old Melbourne 
Memories, The Sphinx of Eaglehawk, 1895 ; 
The Sealskin Cloak, 1896 ; My Run Home, 
1897 ; Plain Living, 1898 ; A Canvas Town 
Romance, 1898 ; The Babes in the Bush, 
1900 ; In Bad Company, 1901 ; Ghost 
Camp, or the Avengers, 1902 ; War to the 
Knife, or Tangata Maori, 1903 ; The Last 
Chance, 1905 ; A Tale of the Golden West, 
1906. Recreations : riding, driving, shooting, 
football (in the past) ; now interested in 
hunting, racing, and polo, as a spectator. 
Address : Melbourne Club, Melbourne, 
Victoria. Club : Melbourne. 

[Died 11 March 1915. 

BOLINGBROKE, 4th Viscount (cr. 1712), 
Henry St. John, D.L. ; Bt. 1611 ; Baron 
St. John of Lydiard Tregoze, 1712 ; Viscount 
St. John and Baron St. John of Battersea, 
1716 ; widower ; b. 1820 ; S. father 1851. 
Owned about 4000 acres. Heir : kinsman. 
Rev. Maurice William Ferdinand St. John, 
Vicar of Kempsford, b. 1827. Address : 
Lydiard Park, Swindon. Club : White's. 

[Died 7 Nov. 1900. 

BOLITHO, Thomas Bedford, D.L., J.P. ; 
Banker and Smelter ; b. 5 Jan. 1835 ; m. 
Frances, 3rd d. of Edward Carus Wilson, 
Penmount, Truro, 1893 ; one d. Educ. : 
Harrow. M.P. (L.U.) St. Ives Div. Cornwall, 
3 



BOND 

1887-1900; High Sheriff, Cornwall, 1884. 
Address : Trewidden, Penzance ; Greenway 
House, Brixham, S. Devon. Club : Union 
[Lied 9.2 May 1915. 

BOLS, Major Louis Jean, D.S.O. 1900 ; the 
Devonshire Regiment ; b. 23 Nov. 1867 
s. of L. J. Bols, late Consul-Gen. Belgian 
Diplomatic Service ; m. 1897, Augusta 
Blanche, 2nd d. of Capt. Walter Cecil 
Strickland of The Rise, Dawlish, Devon 
one s. Entered army, 1887 ; Captain, 1897 ; 
Adjutant, 1899 ; served Burmah, 1891-92 
(medal with clasp) ; Chitral Relief Force ; 
South Africa, 1899-1902 (despatches thrice, 
Queen's medal with five clasps and King's 
medal with two clasp?). 

[Died 10 Aug. 1909. 

BOLTON, Joseph Cheney, J.P., D.L. ; b. 1819 ; 
widower. Late senior partner Ker, Bolton 
& Co., London and Glasgow, E. India 
merchants ; M.P. Stirlingshire, 1880-92. 
Address : Carbrook, Stirlingshire. Clubs : 
Reform, Devonshire, National Liberal ; 
New, Edinburgh ; Western, Glasgow ; 
County, Stirling. [Died 14 March 1901. 

BOLTON, Thomas Dolling, J.P., M.P. (L.) for 
N.E. Derbyshire from 1886 ; solicitor ; 6. 
1841 ; s. of J. T. Bolton, Solihull, Warwicks, 
and Mary Ratcliffe, d. of Rev. W. B. Dolling. 
Educ. : privately. Address : 3 Temple 
Gardens, E.G. [Died 16 Dec. 1906. 

BOMFORD, Surg.-Gen. Sir Gerald, K.C.I.E., 
cr. 1909; C.I.E. 1902; M.D., L.R.C.P., 
M.R.C.S., L.S.A. ; I.M.S. retired ; b. 19 
July 1851 ; 4th s. of Samuel Bomford ; m. 
1881, Mary Florence, d. of Maj.-Gen. F. 
Eteson, The Buffs. Entered army, 1874; 
Surg.-Gen. 1905; served Perak, 1875-76 
(medal with clasp). Address : Dover. 

[Died 12 Apr. 1915. 

BOMPAS, His Honour Judge Henry Mason, 
K.C. ; County Court Judge, Circuit 11, from 
1896 ; Justice of the Peace for the West 
Riding of Yorkshire and Bradford and 
Keighley ; b. London, 6 April 1836 ; y. s. 
of Charles Carpenter Bompas, Serjeant-at- 
Law ; m. Rachel, e. d. of Rev. Edward 
White, 1867 ; three s. four d. Educ. : 
University Coll. London ; St. John's Coll. 
Cambridge. M.A., LL.B., with Honours of 
the London University; Gold Medallist; 
University Scholarship ; M.A. Cambridge, 
5th Wrangler, 1858. Barr. Inner Temple, 
1S63 ; joined the Western Circuit ; one of 
the Assistant Commissioners on Middle-Class 
Education, 1865 ; Revising Barrister, 1870 ; 
Q.C. 1877 ; one of the Commissioners to 
inquire into Corrupt Practices at Knares- 
borough, 1878 ; Bencher Inner Temple, 
1881 ; Treasurer, 1905 ; Recorder of Poole, 
1882 ; of Plymouth and Devonport, 1884 ; 
Commissioner of Assizes to travel the South 
Wales Circuit, 1891 ; contested Southamp- 
ton, 1878 ; West Kent, 1880 ; New Forest 
Division of Hampshire, 1885 ; Reporter to 
the Law Reports in the Common Pleas for 
five years. Recreation : a volunteer for 
more than 20 years. Address : 4 Phillimore 
Gardens, Kensington, W. ; 3 Harcourt 
Buildings, Temple. Club : Devonshire. 

[Died 5 March 1909. 

BOMPAS, Rt. Rev. William Carpenter, D.D., 
Bishop of Selkirk from 1891 ; b. London, 
1834 ; s. of Charles C. Bompas, Serjeant-at- 
law ; m. Nina, d. of Joseph Cox Cox, M.D., 
of Naples and London, 1874. Bishop of 
Athabasca, 1874-84; Mackenzie River, 
1884-91. Publications : Diocese of Mac- 
kenzie River, 1888 ; Northern Lights on the 
Bible, 1892; The Symmetry of Scripture, 
1896. Recreations : Syriac studies or school 
keeping. Address : Carcross, Yukon Terri- 
tory Canada. [Died 9 June 1906. 
BOND, Sir Edward Augustus, K.C.B., cr. 
1898 ; C.B., LL.D., F.S.A. ; b. 31 Dec. 1815 ; 
73 



BOND 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



*. of Rev. John Bond, D.D., of Harwell 
m. Caroline Frances, d. of Rev. Richan 
Harris Barham author of Ingoldsby Legends 
Educ. : Merchant Taylors' School. Assist 
ant in MSS. Dept. British Museum, 1838 
Keeper of Dept. 1866 ; Principal Librarian 
British Museum, 1878-88. Publications 
Speeches in the Trial of Warren Hastings 
4 vote., 1859-61; Chronica Monasterii d 
Melsa, 3 vols., 1866-68, in the Master of thi 
Rolls Series ; Statutes of the Colleges o 
Oxford, 3 vols., 1853; Fletcher's Buss 
Commonwealth, and Jerome Horsey's Tra 
vels, for the Hakluyt Society ; Facsimiles o 
Ancient MSS., published by the Palaeo 
graphical Society, 5 vols., 1873-88. Recrea 
tion : in early days, boating. Address : 64 
Prince's Square, W. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 2 Jan. 1898 

BOND, Venerable John, M.A., J.P. ; Arch 
deacon of Stow ; Canon and Precentor o 
Lincoln Cathedral ; Examining Chaplain tc 
Bishop of Lincoln ; Hon. Fellow Magdalene 
College, Cambridge ; b. 1841 ; m. 1865 
four s. one d. Educ. : Magdalene Coll 
Camb. ; 2nd Wrangler and Smith's Prize 
man, 1861 ; Fellow. Assistant Master at 
Rugby, 1863-65 ; Rector of Anderby-with 
Cumberworth, Lines, 1865-89, and Rura 
Dean ; Vicar of Steeple Ashton, Wilts 
1889-97, and Rural Dean; Vicar of St 
Peter-in-Eastgate with St. Margaret, Lincoln 
1897-1902. Address : The Precentory, Lin 
coin. [Died 14 May 1912 

BOND, Joshua Walter MacGeough, J.P., D.L. 
b. 1831 ; e. s. of late Walter MacGeough 
Bond, of Drumsill, and The Argory, Co 
Armagh, and 2nd wife Anne, 2nd d. of late 
Ralph Smyth, of Gaybrook, Co. Westmeath 
m. 1856, Albertine Louise, d. of Frederick 
Shanahan, barrister-at-law. Educ. : Chel- 
tenham Coll. ; R.M.C. Sandhurst. High 
Sheriff, Armagh, 1872; late Lieut. 49th 
Foot ; M.P. Armagh, 1855-57, and 1859-65 
Address : Drumsill, Armagh. Clubs . 
Army and Navy, Carlton ; Kildare Street 
DubUn. [Died 29 Aug. 1905, 

BOND, Major Reginald Copleston, D.S O. 1900 : 
Yorkshire Light Infantry ; b. 28. Apr. 1866 : 
s. of late Rev. F. H Bond, M.A. Oxon. ; 
m. 1897, Isabel Maud, d. of Major-Genera] 
T. B. Tyler, Inspector - General, Royal 
Artillery, India. Entered army, 1888; 
Captain, 1894; Major, 1902; A.D.C. to 
G.O.C. Poona District, 1895-96; served 
Zhob Field Force, 1890; North- West 
Frontier, India, 1897-98 (medal with two 
clasps) ; South Africa, 1899-1902 (despatches, 
D.S.O., Queen's medal, 4 clasps; King's 
medal, 2 clasps). Club : Junior Army and 
Navy. [Died 1 Sept. 1914 

BOND, Most Rev. William Bennett, D.D. 
LL.D., Archbishop of Montreal from 1901 ; 
Primate of all Canada from 1904 ; Bishop 
from 1876 ; 6. Truro, Sept. 1815 ; m. 1841, 
Miss Eliza Langley (d. 1879). Educ. : 
Bishop's College, Lennoxville (M.A.). Or- 
dained, 1840 ; Priest, 1841 ; Rector St. 
George's, Montreal, 1860-72 ; Dean, 1872-78. 
Address : Bishopscourt, 42 Union Avenue, 
Montreal. [Died 9 Oct. 1906. 

BONHAM, Major Walter Floyd, D.S.O. 1902 ; 
Essex Regt. ; Military Attach^ Paris and 
Madrid from, 1904 ; e. s. of late Edward 
Bonham. Educ. : Charterhouse ; R.M.C. 
Sandhurst ; graduated, Staff College, 1899. 
Entered army, 1889 ; Captain, 1900 ; 
served South Africa, 1899-1902, and was on 
Headquarter Staff from 1900 till the end of 
the campaign (despatches) ; raised and 
commanded Boer contingent Somaliland, 
1903. Clubs: Arthur's Junior United 
Service. Bath. [Died 15 May 1905. 

BONHAM-CARTER, Alfred, C.B. 1900; 2nd 
s. of John Bonham-Carter of Buriton, Hants, 
74 



J P., D.L., M.P. for Portsmouth 1816-38 ; 
m. Mary H., d. of G. Warde Norman of 
Bromley Common, Kent, J.P., D.L. (d. 
1893) ; two s. one d. Educ. : Univ. Coll. 
London. Committee Clerk in House of 
Commons, 1854 ; barrister, Inner Temple, 
1858 ; private secretary to First Commis- 
sioner of H.M. Works, 1859-66 ; Referee of 
Private Bills, House of Commons, 1866-1903 ; 
Major (retired), Hants Yeomanry Cavalry. 
Publication : joint editor with Sir Reginald 
Palgrave of May's Parliamentary Practice, 
10th ed. Recreations : stalking, fishing, 
shooting. Address : 3 Court eld Road, 
S.W. Clubs : Brooks's Athenaeum. 

[Died 2 Oct. 1910. 

BONHEUR, Rosa (Marie Rosalie), Painter ; b. 
Bordeaux 1822. Studied under her father 
Raymond Bonheur ; rst exhibited in Salon, 
1841 ; her picture The Horse Fair was 
exhibited at the Exhibition of 1853. Ad- 
dress : Fontainebleau. 

[Died 25 May 1899. 

BONSER, Rt. Hon. Sir John WinPeld ; Kt., cr. 
1894 ; P.C. ; Barr. Lincoln's Inn ; b. 24 
Oct. 1847 ; o. s. of Rev. John Bonser, 
Hastings ; m. 1st, 1883, Bertha, 2nd d. of 
John Nanson (d. 1894) ; 2nd, 1899, Mary 
Catherine, o. d. of late Col. Hon. Sir William 
Colville, K.C.V.O. ; one s. one d. Educ. : 
Ashby-de-Ia-Zouche, Loughborough and 
Heath Grammar Schools ; Christ's Coll. 
Camb. Afterwards Fellow; Tancred Stu- 
dent in Common Law at Lincoln's Inn, 1869 ; 
Senior Classic, 1870 ; Attorney-Gen, of the 
Straits Settlements, 1883-93 ; Chief Justice 
of same, 1893 ; Chief Justice of Ceylon 
1893-1902 ; Privy Councillor, 1901 ; Member 
of Judicial Committee of Privy Council, 
1902. Recreations : golf, bridge. Address : 
3 Eaton Place, S.W. Clubs : United Uni- 
versity, Savile. [Died 9 Dec. 1914. 

BONSEY, Rev. William, M.A. : Vicar of Lan- 
caster 1893 ; Archdeacon of Lancaster 
1905 ; Rural Dean of Lancaster, 1893. Hon. 
Canon of Manchester, 1898 ; Proctor in 
Convocation for the Archdeaconry of Lan- 
caster, 1902; Chaplain, Lancaster Castle; 
Chaplain to Forces Bowerham Barracks 
Lancaster; Chaplain, 2nd Vol. Batt. King's 
Own Royal Lancaster Regiment ; b. 13 
Dec. 1845 ; s. of W. H. Bousey, Belle Vue, 
Slough; m. 1872, Susan Edith, d. of late 
Rev. Richard Yerburgh, Vicar of Sleaford ; 
seven s. one d. Educ. : St. John's Coll. 
Camb. ; B.A. 1867, M.A. 1871. Vicar of 
Corfe, Somerset, 1871-80 ; Vicar of Northaw 
Herts, 1880-93. Address : The Vicarage! 
Lancaster. [Died 13 Jan. 1909. 

BOOKER, Sir William Lane, Kt. ; cr. 1894 ; 
C.M.G., F.R.G.S. ; Consular Service (re- 
tired) ; b. 1824 ; s. of Thomas Booker 
London, and Rhoda, d. of John Roker, 
Shackleford, Surrey ; m. Elizabeth (d. 1900) 
d. oi late Gilbert Page, Moorestown, New 
Jersey, U.S., 1861. Educ. : privately. 
Consul at San Francisco, 1857-83 ; for 
California, 1857-71 ; for California, Oregon, 
and Washington States, 1871-83 ; Consul- 
Gen, at New York, 1883-94. Address : 
Berkeley House, Berkeley Square, W. 
Club : St. James's. [Died 19 Feb. 1905. 

BOORD, Sir (Thomas) William, 1st Bt. ; cr. 
1896 ; J.P. ; partner in Boord & Son, 
Distillers, London ; Director of London and 
Provincial Bank, Ltd. ; b. 1838 ; e. s. 
of Joseph Boord J.P., Harefield Grove, 
Uxbridge ; m. Margaret D'Almaine, d. of 
late Thomas George Mackinlay, F.S.A., 
1861 ; three s. two d. Educ. : Harrow ; 
Germany. M.P. (C.) Greenwich, 1873-95. 
Heir : s. William Arthur, b. 1862. Recrea- 
tions : mainly scientific and antiquarian. 
Address : Oldbury Place, Ightham. Club : 
Carlton. [Died 2 May 1912. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



HORDES 



BOOTH, Sir Henry William Gore-, 5th Bt. ; 
cr. 1760 ; J.P., D.L. ; Arctic traveller ; 
Chairman of Sligo, Leitrim, and Northern 
Counties Railway, Ireland; b. 1843; S. 
father 1876 ; m. Georgina, o. d. of late Col. 
C. J. Hill, of Tickhill Castle, Yorks, 1867. 
Educ. : Eton. Owned about 32,000 acres 
in Ireland, and property in Salford, Man- 
chester. Publications : Whaling (Badmin- 
ton Library) ; Basking Sharks (Longman's 
Mag.) ; Shark and Whaling in Encyclopaedia 
of Sport. Recreations : shooting, fishing, 
yachting, and in early life hunting. Heir : 
s Josslyn b. 1869. Address : Lissadel, ] 
Sligo. Clubs : Carlton, Windham, Royal I 
St. George Yacht. [Died 13 Jan. 1900. 

BOOTH, Rev. William, D.C.L. Oxon. ; General 
and Commander-in-Chief of Salvation Army 
and director of its social institutions for 
destitute, vicious, and criminal classes ; 
formerly Minister of the New Connection 
Church'; b. Nottingham, 10 April 1829 ; 
o. s. of a builder ; m. 1855, Catherine Mum- 
ford (d. 1890) ; three s. four d. Educ. : 
Nottingham, by a private theological tutor 
of the Methodist New Connection Church, 
London. Converted at 15 ; commenced 
immediately to preach in the open air in 
Nottingham. Entered ministry 1852. After 
being travelling evangelist, appointed by the 
Conference of Methodist New Connection 
Church, was required to settle to their 
ordinary Circuit work. To this he submitted 
for some years, but eventually, in 1861, 
resigned in order to again give himself to 
evangelistic labour. While travelling 
through the country he came to London and 
was struck by the destitute condition of the 
eastern portion of its population, and com- 
menced, on the 5th of July 1865, special 
efforts on their behalf. This effort was at 
first styled the Christian Mission, but 
developed in 1878 into the Salvation Army, 
which has grown until it had (in 1912) 8972 
corps, circle.3, and societies, established in 
56 countries and colonies, with about 21,203 
officers and employees, i.e. men and women 
maintained for the work. In connection 
with this he organised a great system for 
the benefit of the submerged, starving, 
vicious, and criminal classes, which had 
(in 1912) over 900 social institutions. Beds 
supplied during twelve months, 6,327 ; 249 ; 
meals during same period, 11.839,437. He 
was the author of Orders and Regulations 
for Officers and Soldiers ; Letters to my 
Soldiers ; Religion for Every Day ; Salva- 
tion Soldiery Visions ; In Darkest England 
and the Way Out (propounding General 
Booth's scheme for the abolition of the 
pauper and dangerous classes of England) ; 
and numerous other books and pamphlets. 
Publications : newspapers entitled War Cry, 
Young Soldier, Social Gazette, and Bands- 
man and Songster, with a joint weekly 
circulation of nearly a million copies in 21 
languages ; Monthlies with a circulation of 
140,000; Musical Monthlies for use of 
Army's musicians. All the profits of 
publications go to support Army's various 
operations. Recreations : none, unless he 
be said to have found recreation travelling, 
although he worked as hard at sea as he 
did in other forms when on land. He five 
times visited United States and Canada, 
three times Australasia and South Africa, 
twice India, once Japan, and several times 
almost every country in Europe. Address : 
101 Queen Victoria Street, B.C. 

[Died 20 Aug. 1912. 

BOOTHBY, Sir Brooke, llth Bt. ; cr. 1660 ; 
H.M. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 
Plenipotentiary for Chile from 1907 ; b. 18 
Nov. 1856 ; S. father 1865. Educ. : 
Harrow. Entered Diplomatic Service 1881 ; 



3rd Secretary 1884 ; 2nd Secretary 1888 ; 
served at Athens, , Brussels, Lisbon, Rome, 
Vienna, Munich, and Paris ; ' Acting Charge" 
d'Affaires and 1st Secretary Rio de Janeiro 
(retired) ; 1st Secretary at Tokio, 1901- 
1902 ; Secretary of Legation, Brussels, 
1902-5 ; Councillor of Embassy at Vienna, 
1905-7. Heir: b. Charles, b. 22 June 1858. 
Address : British Embassy, Santiago. Clubs : 
St. James's, Travellers'. 

[Died 22 Jan. 1913. 

BOOTHBY, Guy Newell, novelist ; b. Adelaide, 
South Australia, 13 Oct. 1867 ; e. *. of 
Thomas Wilde Boothby, for some time 
member of the House of Assembly, and 
g.-s. of Mr. Justice Boothby ; m. Rose Alice, 
3rd d. of William Bristowe of Champion 
Hill. Educ. : Salisbury. In 1891 crossed 
Australia from north to south ; travelled 
in the East, etc. Publications : On the 
Wallaby, 1894 ; In Strange Company, 1894 ; 
The Marriage of Esther, 1895 ; A Lost 
Endeavour, 1895 ; A Bid for Fortune, 1895 ; 
Beautiful White Devil, 1896; Dr. Nikola, 

1896 ; Fascination of the King, 1897 ; 
Sheilah McLeod, 1897 ; Billy Binks, Hero, 
and other stories, 1898 ; Bushigrams, 1898 ; 
Across the World for a Wife, 1898 ; Pharos 
the Egyptian, 1899 ; Love Made Manifest, 
1899 ; Dr. Nikola's Experiment, 1899 ; A 
Sailor's Bride, 1899 ; The Red Rat's 
Daughter, 1899 ; A Maker of Nations, 1900 ; 
A Cabinet Secret ; My Indian Queen ; The 
Mystery of the Clasped Hands ; A Million- 
aire's Love Story ; Farewell Nikola, 1901. 
Recreations : riding, driving, cycling, and 
the collection of live fish from all parts of 
the world, also breeding prize dogs, horses, 
and cattle. [Died 26 Feb. 1905. 

BOOTHBY, Commodore William Osbert, R.N. 
C.V.O. 1911 ; C.B. 1911 ; b. 7 Jan. 1866 ; 
2nd s. of late Rev. Evelyn Boothby ; m. 
1907, Hilda Lambert, d. of Capt. H. S. 
Swiney, Gensing House, St. Leonard's; two 
s. two d. Entered navy, 1879 ; Lieut. 
1886 ; Commander, 1899 ; Captain, 1903 ; 
served bombardment of Alexandria, 1882 ; 
Egyptian War (Egyptian medal, Alexandra 
clasp, Khedive's bronze star) ; China, 1909 
(despatches). Address : H.M.S. Neptune, 
Home Fleet. M. : D3553. Clubs : United 
Service, Golfers ; Royal Naval, Portsmouth. 
[Died 20 May 1913. 

BOR, Gen. James Henry, C.B. 1911 ; C.M.G. ; 
Royal Marine Artillery; D.A.A.G. Royal 
Marines, 1897-1903 ; A.A.G., 1905-8 ; Mem- 
ber of Council Royal United Service Institu- 
tion since 1898 ; Extra Equerry to Prince of 
Wales, 1901-10 ; to the King, 1910 ; A.D.C. 
to the King, 1904-11 ; b. 3 March 1857 ; 2nd 
s. of late Rev. J. H. Bor, Rector of Ray- 
munterdony and Dunlewey, Co. Donegal ; 
m. 1st, Elizabeth Mary Fitzmaurice, e. d. of 
Col. Falkland Warren, C.M.G., Royal Artil- 
lery, 1883 (d. 1883) ; 2nd, 1898, Ida Mary 
Rose (d. 1908), o. d. of late Captain Leaver 
Cross, R. M. Light Infantry ; one d. Lieut. 
R. M. Artillery, 1874 ; Colonel Commandant, 
1908 ; Maj.-Gen., 1911 ; Lt.-Gen., 1912 ; 
accepted service in Cyprus, 1878, under 
Foreign Office ; on special service in Bombay, 
1883; in connection with locust plague. 
Chief Commandant of Cyprus Military 
Police, 1884-1892 ; appointed Colonel of the 
Cretan Gendarmerie, 1897, and served m 
Crete throughout the insurrection till July 

1897 ; A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of Corn- 
wall and York during his Colonial tour, 1901. 
Decorated for services in Crete ; silver medal 
conferred by King of Italy for gallantry 
when suppressing mutiny of Albanian Gen- 
darmerie in Crete. Club : United Service, i 

[Died 23 Sept. 1914. 

BORDES, Charles; b. Vouvray-sur-Loire, 
1865. Compositeur de musique. Mattre.de 
75 



BORG 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Chapelle & Saint- Gervais ; fondateur de la 
Socie"t6 chorale des Chanteurs de Saint- 
Gervais, qui a fait entendre pour la premiere 
fois a Paris le Stabat de Palestrina ; fon- 
dateur de 1'Ecole de musique, la Schola 
Cantorum, qui a exe'cute' 1'Orfeo de Monte- 
verde. Compositions : Suite basque, etc. 
Address : 269 rue Saint-Jacques, Paris. 

[Died 6 Nov. 1909. 

BORG, Raphael, C.M.G. 1895 ; Consul at Cairo 
from 1884 ; 6. 1840. Supernumerary Clerk 
to Consular Court, Alexandria, 1863 ; Chief 
Clerk, 1863 ; Cancellaria Clerk, Cairo, 1865 ; 
Acting Consul for various periods from 
1868-75 ; Acting Vice-Consul, 1875-76 : 
Vice-Consul. 1880; Acting Consul- General, 
Alexandria, during 1895. Address : British 
Consulate, Cairo. [Died 24 Jan. 1903. 

BORRADAILE, Rev. Robert Hudson, M.A. ; 
Rural Dean, Godstone, 1901-7 : Hon. Canon 
Southwark, 1905. Educ. : Marlborough ; 
St. John's College, Cambridge. Ordained 
1860; Vicar of Tandridge, 1865-81. Ad- 
dress : Hall Hill, Oxted. 

[Died 3 June 1914. 

BORRAJO, Edward Marto, Librarian to Cor- 
poration of City of London and Curator of 
the Guildhall Museum ; s. of H.E. Senor D. 
Jose* Borrajo ; b. 1853 ; m. Rhoda, 3rd d. 
of W. N. Smyth ; two s. four d. Educ. : 
University Coll. School. Private Secretary to 
his father, 1872-80 ; assisted in the reorganisa- 
tion of the Library of the London Institu- 
tion, 1880-1 ; engaged in Gray's Inn Library 
and Assistant Secretary of Library Associa- 
tion, 1883-4 ; entered Corporation Service 
1884; Sub-Librarian, 1888; Guildhall 
Librarian, 1907 ; Hon. Librarian of City 
Liberal Club, 1886-8; Hon. Secretary 
Reception Committee of International Lib- 
rary Conference, 1897 ; sent by Corporation 
to Madrid in connection with Exhibition of 
Spanish Art, 1901 ; officially attached to 
deputation of Madrid Municipality visiting 
London, 1905 ; Knight Commandership 
of the Order of Alfonso XII., 1905 ; per- 
mission to wear the insignia granted by King 
Edward ; a liveryman of the Cutlers' Com- 
pany and fellow of several learned societies. 
Publications : contributor to the Trans- 
actions of the Library Association. Recrea- 
twns : London history and archaeology. Ad- 
tions : London history and archaeology. 
Address : The Library, Guildhall, E.G. ; 
91 Anson Road, Cricklewood, N.W. 

[Died 4 Sept. 1909. 

BORROWES, Sir Erasmus Dixon, 9th Bt. ; cr. 
February 1646 ; J.P., D.L. ; Major, 1867 ; 
b. 1831 ; S. father 1866 ; m. 2nd, Florence, 
d. of W. Ruxton, 1887. Educ. : Cheltenham. 
Ensign 80th Foot, 1852 ; served in Burmese 
War, 1853 ; Indian Mutiny. Owned about 
5000 acres. Heir : s. Kildare, b. 1852. 
Address : Barretstown, Naas, Co. Kildare. 
[ Died 8 Feb. 1898. 

BORTHWICK, Lt.-Col. Alexander, M.V.O. ; 
Chief Constable of the Lothians and Peebles- 
shire ; b. 28 Feb. 1839 ; 4th s. of late John 
Borthwick of Crookston and 2nd wife, Eliza- 
beth Sutherland, widow of Col. Francis 
Simpson of Plean, Stirling, and d. of Alex- 
ander Dallas, W.S., of Riddockhill ; m. 1876, 
Katherine, d. of Thomas Thistlethwayte of 
Southwick Park, Hants, and Elizabeth 
Catherine, d. of Lt.- Gen. Hon. Sir Hercules 
Robert Pakenham, K.C.B. ; two s. one d. 
Late Rifle Brigade. Address : 35 Palmer- 
ston Place, Edinburgh. Clubs : Naval and 
Military ; New, Edinburgh. 

[Died 6 Oct. 1914. 

BORTHWICK, 17th Baron (cr. 1452), Archibald 
Patrick Thomas Borthwick ; J.P. ; a repre- 
sentative peer for Scotland ; b. 3 Sept. 1867 ; 
s. of 16th Baron and Harriet Alice, d. of 
Thomas Hermitage Day Frindsbury, Ro- 
76 



Chester ; S. father 1885 ; m. 1901, Susanna, 
d. of Sir M. McTaggart Stewart, 1st Bt. ; one 
d. Educ. : Radley ; Christ Church, Oxford. 
Heir : none. Address : Ravenstone Castle, 
Wigtownshire, N.B. ; 2 Upper Grosvenor 
Street, W. Clubs : Carlton, Marlborough. 
[Died 4 Oct. 1910. 

BORTHWICK, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt. ; cr. 1908 ; 
(was created Baron 1912, but died before 
patent could be made out, and son Thomas 
Banks became 1st Baron, taking name of 
Whitburgh) ; b. 1835 ; s. of Thomas Borth- 
wick ; m. 1872, Letitia Mary Banks of Liver- 
pool ; four s. three d. Chairman and Senior 
Partner of Thomas Borthwick and Sons, 
Limited, Colonial Merchants ; J.P. Mid- 
lothian and County Councillor ; President 
of Midlothian Liberal Association. Heir : 
s. Thomas Banks. Recreation : farming. 
Address : Whitburgh Ford, Midlothian. 
Clubs : National Liberal ; Scottish Liberal, 
Edinburgh. [Died 31 July 1912. 

BOSANQUET, Admiral George Stanley ; retired ; 
Osmanieh, 3rd class ; Medjidieh, 5th class ; 
Gold Medal Imperial Government of China ; 
b. 18 April 1835 ; 3rd s. of S. R. Bosanquet, 
of Dingestow Court, Co. Monmouth ; m. o. d. 
of Rev. Wm. Courthope ; one s. Educ. : 
R.N. Academy, Gosport. Mate of " Rod- 
ney," 1854, Russian War ; Lt. of " Spitfire," 
taking of Kertch and Yenikale entrance of 
Sea of Azov ; Lt. of " Rodney " in Naval 
Brigade until close of siege of Sebastopol ; 
Lieut, of " Calcutta " at capture of forts at 
entrance of Peiho River, May 1858 ; Lieut. 
In command of " Woodcock " gunboat en- 
gaged with North Forts, Peiho River, 1860 ; 
in command of " Flamer " in operations 
againstTaepings, 1862-63 ; severely wounded 
when in command of field guns in attack of 
city of Fung-Wha, Oct. 1862 ; employed in 
various operations against pirates near 
Chusan, 1863 ; severely wounded, 28 July 
1863, in an attack by Taeping rebels on 
" Flamer " in Hang-chow Bay ; promoted to 
commander for distinguished services ; Capt. 
of " Northumberland " in Egyptian War ; 
A.D.C. to Queen Victoria, 1884. Recrea- 
tions : fishing, shooting. Address : Bitchet 
Wood, Sevenoaks. Club : United Service. 
[Died 12 Jan. 1914. 

BOSANQUET, Robert Holford Macdowall, 
F.R.S., M.A. ; Fellow of St. John's College, 
Oxford. Address : Castillo Zamora, Rea- 
lejo-Alto, Teneriffe. [Died 7 Aug. 1912. 

BOSCAWEN, Hon. Hugh le Despencer ; b. 
1849 ; 2nd s. of 6th Viscount Falmouth ; 
m. 1872, Lady Mary, d. of 6th Earl Fitz- 
william, b. 1844; D.L. and J.P. Co. of 
Wicklow and J.P. Co. of London. Educ. : 
Eton ; Trinity College, Camb. Late Lieut. 
1st Life Guards ; Lieut. 1st W. Yorks Yeo- 
manry (retired). Address : 20 South Street, 
Park Lane, W. Club : Bachelors'. 

[Died 8 Apr. 1908. 

BOSWELL, Maj.-Gen. John James, C.B. 1881 ; 
retired ; Bengal Staff Corps ; b. 1835 ; *. 
of Dr. J. J. Boswell, of Edinburgh ; m. 
Esther G., d. of John Elliot, solicitor, Jed- 
burgh, 1860. Entered Indian army, 1852 ; 
Maj.-Gen. 1885 ; served Miranzai Expedi- 
tion, 1856 ; Indian Mutiny, 1857 (medal) ; 
North-Western Frontier, 1858 (medal with 
clasp) ; Hazara Campaign, 1868 ; Afghan 
War, 1878-80, in command of 2nd Sikh 
Infantry (despatches, C.B., medal with two 
clasps, bronze star). Address : Darnlee, 
Melrose, N.B. Clubs : Constitutional ; Cale- 
donian United Service, Edinburgh. 

[Died 19 Oct. 1908. 

BOUCHERETT, Emilia Jessie, owner of land 
at North Willingham and Stallingborough, 
Lincolnshire ; b. Nov. 1825 ; d. of Ayscoghe 
Boucherett and Louisa Pigou. Educ. : 
chiefly at home ; partly at Avonbank, 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BOURCHIER 



Stratford-on-Avon. Founded Society for 
Promoting the Employment of Women, 
1859 ; engaged in endeavouring to improve 
the position of women in various ways. 
Publications : Hints on Self-Help for Young 
Women, 1863 ; Condition of Working 
Women, 1896. Address : Willingham Hall, 
Market Rasen, Lincolnshire. 

[Died 18 Oct. 1905. 

BOUGHEY, Rev. Sir George, 5th Bart. ; cr. 
1798 ; b. 1837 ; s. of 3rd Bart, and 
Louisa Paulina, y. d. of Thomas Giffard 
of Chillington; S. brother, 1906; m. 
1875, Theoclosia Mary, e. d. of Rev. C. S. 
Royds of Haughton. Co. Stafford ; four d. 
Educ. : Christ Church, Oxford. Ordained 
1861 ; Curate of Kidderminster, 1861-63 ; 
Rector of Forton, Staffordshire, 1863-1908. 
Owned about 11,000 acres. Heir : b. 
William Fletcher, late Comm. R.N., b. 1840. 
Address : Aqualate, Staffordshire. 

[Died 4 Aug. 1910. 

BOUGHEY, Sir Thomas Fletcher, 4th Bt. ; cr. 
1798 ; J.P., D.L. ; b. 1836 ; S. father 1880 ; 
m. Sarah, d. of H. Littledale, of Liscard 
Hall, Cheshire, 1864. Educ. : Eton; Christ 
Church, Oxford. Owned about 11,000 acres. 
Heir: b. Rev. George, b. 1837. Address: 
Willaston Cottage, Nantwich ; Aqualate, 
Newport, Salop. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 30 Aug. 1906. 

BOUGHEY, Sir William Fletcher, 6th Bart. ; 
cr. 1798 ; b. 3 Sept. 1840 ; s. of 3rd Bart, and 
Louisa Paulina, y. d. of Thomas Giffard of 
Chillington ; S. brother, 1910 ; m. 1891. 
Entered Navy, 1854 ; Lieut. 1862 ; Com- 
mander (retired), 1883 ; served in New 
Zealand War, 1863-64 (New Zealand medal) ; 
Abyssinia (medal). Heir : b. Rev. Robert ; 
b. 21 Mar. 1843. Address : Aqualate, 
Staffordshire. [Died 17 Apr. 1912. 

BOUGHTON, Sir Charles Henry Rouse-, llth 
Bt. ; cr. 1641 ; J.P. ; b. 1825 ; S. father 
1856 ; m. Mary, d. of J. M. Severne, of Then- 
ford, Northants, and Wallop Hall, Salop, 
1852 (d. 1892). Educ. : Harrow. Served 
52nd Foot, 1843-50. Owned about 5500 
acres. Heir : s. William, b. 1853. Ad- 
dress : Downton Hull, Ludlow, Salop. 
Club : Junior United Service. 

[Died 27 Feb. 1906. 

BOUGHTON, George Henry, R.A. ; artist ; b. 
near Norwich ; s. of William Boughton. 
Educ. : High School, Albany, New York. 
Taken to America at the age of three ; began 
painting at a very early age (no regular 
teacher) ; studied in Paris, 1860 ; came to 
London, 1862. Exhibited in R.A. from 
1863; elected A.R.A. 1879; R.A. 1896. 
Publications : Sketching Rambles in Holland 
(with E. A. Abbey, A.R.A.), 1883 : various 
short stories in Harper's and Pall Mall 
Magazine. Recreations : enjoying the 
beauties of Nature ; out-door sketching. 
Address : West House, Campden Hill, W. 
Clubs : Reform, Athenaeum, Burlington ; 
Grolier, New York. [Died 19 Jan. 1905. 

BOUGUEREAU, Adolphe William, Member of 
the Institute ; President of the Society of 
French Artists; b. La Rochelle, 30 Nov. 
1825. Studied under M. Alaux, Bordeaux ; 
M. Picot, Paris ; Ecole des Beaux Arts (Prix 
de Ronse). Principal works : The Body of 
St. Cecilia borne to the Catacombs, 1854 ; 
La Vierge Consolatrice, 1876; The Youth 
of Bacchus, 1885 ; L' Amour Mouill6, 1891. 
Address : 75 Rue Notre Dame des Champs. 
Paris. [Died 20 Aug. 1905. 

BOULNOIS, Charles, barrister; b. 1832; s. 
of late William Boulnois and Elizabeth, d. 
of late E. Allen of Ballingdon, Essex ; m. 
1864, Emmeline, e. d. of late Joseph Goodeve, 
Master in Equity in the former Supreme 
Court, Bengal ; two d. Educ. : King's Coll. 



London ; LL.B. Lond. Univ., Advocate of 
the above Court, 1855 ; Prof, of Law, 
Presidency Coll. 1858 ; First Judge, Calcutta 
Court of Small Causes, 1861 ; officiating 
Secretary, Legislative Department, Govern- 
ment of Bengal, 1863 ; officiating Deputy 
Secretary, Legislative Department, Govern- 
ment of India, 1864 ; Judge of the Chief 
Court of the Punjab, 1866 ; Senior Judge, 
1867-77 ; reporter of Indian Appeals in Eng- 
land for the authorised Indian law reports, 
1879-1901 ; joint author of Notes on Punjab 
Customary Law, Lahore, 1876 ; Fellow of 
the Punjab University. 1882. 

[Died 12 Apr. 1912. 

BOULNOIS, Edmund, J.P. ; D.L. ; Vice- 
President of London Life Association, and 
Director, Westminster Electlc Supply 
Corporation ; proprietor of the Baker 
Street Bazaar, London ; 6. 17 June 1838 ; 
s. of William Boulnois. Educ. : King 
Edward's School, Bury St. Edmunds ; St. 
John's Coll. Carnb. M.P. (C.) Marylebone, 
E., 1889-1906. Recreation: cycling. Ad- 
dress : 7 King St., Portman Square, W. ; 
Scotlands, Farnham Royal. Club : Carlton. 
[Died 7 May 1911. 

BOULTON, Percy, M.D., M.R.C.P. Lond., etc. ; 
b. 1840 ; 2nd s. of R. G. Boulton, M.D., J.P. 
of Beverley, Yorkshire, and Anne, d. of late 
Rev. H. R. Whytehead of Thormanby and 
Crayke, Yorkshire ; m. 1st, A. C., widow of 
Albert Vickermann, West Bank, Mansfield, 
Notts ; 2nd, C. F._ widow of Harris Holland, 
Greville House, N.W. Educ. : Beverley 
Gram. School ; private tutor ; Edinburgh 
University. Commenced practice, 1863, in 
The Dukeries, Worksop, Notts ; went to 
London, 1865 ; Physician to the Samaritan 
Free Hospital, 1870 ; after 30 years retired 
and was elected Consulting Physician ; was 
Physician to Out-Patients, Queen Charlotte's 
Hospital, 1881-82 ; was Consulting Physician 
British Home for Incurables ; devoted much 
of last 30 years of his life to obstetrics and 
the cause of the midwife ; was an examiner 
9 years (4 years Chairman of the Board for 
the Examination of Midwives) Obstetrical 
Society, London ; took active part from 
1872 in various Parliamentary Bills for the 
Compulsory Registration of Midwives, which 
culminated in the passing of the Midwives 
Bill, 1902. Publications: Editor for 8 
ears, Obstetrical Society's Transactions ; 
itor Tanner's Index of Diseases, fourth 
edition ; papers to journals and medical 
transactions. Recreations : travelling, gar- 
dening, driving, boating, bicycling, croquet, 
etc. Address : 15 Seymour Street, Portman 
Square, W. ; The Orchard, Wargrave, Berks. 
Club : Edinburgh University ; Berkshire, 
Reading. [Died 15 May 1909. 

BOURCHIER, Lieut.-General Eustace Fane, 
C.B., Royal Engineers (retired) ; b. 25 Aug. 
1822 ; s. of Commander W. Bourchier, R.N., 
and Amelia, d. of J. Mills Jackson of Down- 
ton Wilts ; m. 1st, Anne Jane, d. of Chas. 
Stuart Pillans of Rondebosch, near Cape 
Town ; 2nd, Maria, widow of W. Seton of 
H.M. Treasury. Educ. : Bonn ; R. M. 
Academy, Woolwich. Joined Royal En- 
gineers, 1842 ; commanded a native levy 
on the eastern frontier, Cape of Good Hope, 
1846 joined the Army in the East at 
Scutari, 1854 ; Brigade Major R.E., 1854 ; 
A A G., R.E., 1855-56 ; slightly wounded 
in the trenches before Sebastopol, 18th June 
1855 ; mentioned in dispatches by bir 
Peregrine Maitland in 1847, and by Sir H. 
Jones in 1855; A.A.G., R.E in Ireland 
1866-68 ; 5th class Legion of Honour ; 5th 
class Medjidie ; Crimean medal, 3 clasps ; 
Turkish War medal ; Cape medal. Decorated 
for service in the field. Address : 3 Arlington 
Villas Brighton. [Died 16 Jan. 1902. 

77 



yea 
Edi 



BOURCHIER 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BOURCHIER, Sir George, K.C.B. ; cr. 1872 
Major-General (retired) ; b. 1821 ; s. of lati 
Rev. E. Bourchier. Widower. Educ. 
Addiscombe. Entered Royal (Bengal 
Artillery, 1838 ; Colonel 1871 ; served in 
Gwalior Campaign, 1843-44 ; Indian Mutiny 
commanded artillery Bootan Campaign 
1865 ; commanded Eastern -frontier, 1871 
1873 ; and Cachar column, Lushai Expedi 
tion, 1872. Address : Bramfteld Lodge, St 
Margaret's, Twickenham. 

[Died 15 March 1898 

BOURDILLON, Sir James Austin, K.C.S.I. 
cr. 1904; Indian Civil Service, V.D. 
retired, 1905 ; e. s. of late J. D. Bourdillon 
H.E.I.C.S., Madras ; b. Madras, 1848 : m 
Mary Wake, 3rd d. of J. M. Lowis, late 
Indian Civil Service, Bengal, of Amory 
House, Alton, Hants, 1887. Educ. : Marl- 
borough. Passed I.C.S. Exam., 1868 ; went 
to India, 1870 ; Under Secy. Finl. Dept 
Govt. of India, 1874-75 ; Supt. Bengal 
Census, 1880-83 ; Collector of Sarun 1887- 
1891 ; Secy, to Govt. Bengal Finl. Dept., 
1893-95 ; Commissioner of Burdwan, 1895 : 
Commissioner of Patna, 1896-99 ; Chief Sec] 
to Govt. Bengal, 1900 ; member Indian 
Famine Commission, 1901 ; member Board 
of Revenue, 1902 ; Acting Lieut.-Governor 
of Bengal, Nov. 1902-Nov. 1903 ; Resident 
in Mysore, 1903-1905 ; commandant Calcutta 
Light Horse Volunteers, 1880-86, and 1900- 
1902; Behar Light Horse, captain, 1887- 
1899 ; Lt.-Col., 1901. Decorated : C.S I 
1898, for work in the Bengal famine, 1897 ; 
V.D., 1896, for long volunteer service, chiefly 
in commissioned rank. Recreations : cricket, 
shooting, volunteering. Address : West- 
lands, Liphook, S.O., Hants. Clubs : East 
India United Service, M.C.C. 

[Died 23 Apr. 1913. 

BOURINOT, Sir John George, K.C.M.G. cr. 
1898 ; LL.D., D.C.L., Lit.D. (Laval) ; 
Clerk of House of Commons of Canada from 
1880 ; Ex-President and afterwards Hon. 
Secy, of Royal Society of Canada ; b. 24 
Oct. 1837 ; s. of Hon. J. Bourinot ; m. 1st, 
Delia Hawke (d. 1860) ; 2nd, Emily Alden 
Pilsbury (d. 1887) ; 3rd, Isabelle, d. of J. 
Cameron, Toronto, 1889. Publications : 
Canada (Story of the Nations Series) ; How 
Canada is Governed ; Parliamentary Pro- 
cedure and Government in Canada, 2 eds. ; 
Cape Breton and its Memorials of the French 
Regime ; Builders of Nova Scotia, Canada, 
under British Rule (Cambridge Hist. Ser.) ; 
Constitutional History (new ed. 1901) ; 
Articles in Quarterly Review, New York 
Forum, etc. Recreations : collection of 
Americana ; fruit-raising. Address : Tyldes- 
ley Place or House of Commons, Ottawa ; 
Kingsmere, Prov. Quebec. 

[Died 13 Oct. 1903. 

BOURKE, Yen. Cecil Frederick Joseph, M.A. 
Oxon. ; Archdeacon of Buckingham from 
1895; s. of Rev. Sackville G. Bourke. 
Educ. : Corpus Christi Coll. Oxford. Or- 
dained, 1865 ; Curate of Newbury, 1865-69 
Rector of Middleton-Stoney, 1869-74; St. 
Giles, Reading, 1874-89 ; Rector and Sub- 
Dean of St. Mary's Cathedral, Truro, 1889- 
1895 ; Hon. Canon, Truro Cathedral, 1889- 
1896. Address: Hill House, Taplow, 
Bucks. Club : New University. 

[Died 15 Apr. 1910. 

BOURKE, Rev. Hon. George Wingfield ; 
Rector of Pulborough, Sussex, from 1878 ; 
Hon. Chaplain to the King ; Rural Dean ; 
Treasurer of Chichester Cathedral, 1898 ; 
k 1829 ; s. of 5th Earl of Mayo ; m. 1858, 
Mary Henrietta, e. d. of Archbishop Longley 
of Canterbury. M.A. Durham University. 
Curate of Alnwick ; Rector of Wold Newton, 
Lincolnshire, 1858-66 ; Chaplain to Arch- 
bishop Longley, 1858-68 ; Rector of 
78 



Coulsden, Surrey, 1866-78 ; Chaplain in 
Ordinary to Queen Victoria, 1886-1901. 
Address : The Rectory, Pulborough, Sussex. 
Club : Carlton. [Died 9 Oct. 1903. 

BOURKE, Hon. Maurice Archibald, CMG 
1899 ; Capt. R.N. from 1889 ; extra Equerry 
to H.R.H. Duke of Saxe-Coburg from 1887 
b. 22 Dec. 1853 ; 2nd s. of 6th and heir to 
7th Earl of Mayo. Served at Bombardment 
of Alexandria, 1882. Address : 20 Eaton 
Square, S.W. Clubs : Carlton, Turf, Marl- 
borough, United Service. 

[Died 16 Sept. 1900. 

BOURNE, Hugh Clarence, C.M.G. 1906 ; 
Colonial Secretary, Jamaica, from 1904. 
Educ. : Balliol College, Oxford. Assist. 
Secy. Charity Organisation Society, 1881- 
1884 ; called to Bar, Inner Temple, 1884 ; 
Registrar- General and Examiner of Titles, 
Trinidad, 1893 ; Auditor- Gen. Trinidad and 
Tobago, 1898. Address : Kingston, Jamaica. 
[Died 7 Jan. 1909. 

BOUSFIELD, Rt. Rev. Hy. Brougham, Bishop 
of Pretoria from 1878 ; b. 1832 ; m. 1st, 
1861, Charlotte Elizabeth, d. of Jonathan 
Higginson, Rock Ferry, Liverpool ; 2nd, 
Ellen, d. of Thomas Lamb, Andover, 1888. 
Educ. : Caius Coll. Camb. Exhibitioner ; 
Junior Optime ; B.A. 1855 ; M.A. 1858 
D.D. (jur. dig.), 1878 ; M.A. (ad eun.) Cape 
Town, 1879. Ordained, 1855; Priest, 
1856 ; Curate of Braishfleld, 1855 ; Incum- 
bent, 1856 ; Rector of S. Maurice, etc , 
Winchester, 1861-70 ; Chaplain to R. Hants 
County Hospital, 1870 ; Vicar of Andover, 
1870 ; R.D. 1873 ; Chaplain to Union, 1875. 
Address : St. Alban's, Pretoria, Transvaal, 
S. Africa. [Died 10 Feb. 1902. 

BOUSFIELD, Sir William, Kt., cr. 1905 ; J.P. 
Middlesex and London ; LL.D. (Hon.) Leeds 
University; b. 9 July 1842; m. 1870, 
Blanche Isabel, d. of Lieut.-Col. A. W. 
Onslow of Cranley Lodge, Cheltenham. 
Educ. : Merton Coll. Oxford, M.A. Barrister 
Middle Temple, 1868 ; Chairman of Girl's 
Public Day Schools Trust; Member of 
London School Board, 1882-88: Master of 
the Worshipful Company of Clothworkers, 
1904-5 ; retired Chairman and one of the 
Founders of the Metropolitan Provident 
Dispensaries Association ; Chairman of the 
committee managing the department of 
Technology (City and Guilds of London 
Institute) ; sometime Chairman of Repre- 
sentative Managers of London County 
Council Elementary Schools, formerly of 
Representative Managers of London Board 
Schools and of Council of Charity Organisa- 
tion Society, and Chairman of Committee 
of Central Poor Law Conferences for England 
and Wales. Publications : Government of 
the Empire, 1877 ; papers on social and 
educational subjects. Address : 20 Hyde 
Park Gate, S.W. ; Great Bookham, Leather- 
head, Surrey. Clubs : Athenaeum, Albe- 
marle, Burlington Fine Arts. 

[Died 7 Apr. 1910. 

BOVEY, Henry Taylor, F.R.S., D.C.L. (Lennox- 
ville), LL.D. (M'Gill and Queen's); b. 
Devonshire ; sometime Rector imperial 
Coll. Science and Technology ; m. y. d. of 
late John Redpath of Montreal ; two s. 
three d. Educ. : private school ; Cambridge 
University. On graduation took high place 
in the mathematical tripos, and was shortly 
afterwards made a Fellow of Queen's 
College ; adopting the profession of a civil 
engineer, he joined staff of the Mersey Docks 
and Harbour Works, and was in a short time 
appointed an assistant-engineer on this 
work, in which capacity he had charge of 
some of the most important structures then 
in progress ; in 1887 he went to Canada on 
his appointment as Professor of Civil En- 
gineering and Applied Mechanics in M'Gill 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



University ; at that time the engineering 
courses in the university were managed as 
a branch of the Faculty of Arts, and were 
without buildings or equipment ; the 
following year, however, a department of 
Applied Science was constituted with Pro- 
fessor Bovey as Dean, and to his manage- 
ment and advice the Science department 
owed ita development ; one of the founders 
of the Canadian Society Civil Engineers, and 
held the offices of honorary secretary, 
treasurer, and member of council for many 
years ; vice-president, 1896 and 1897 ; 
president, 1900 ; a member of the Institution 
of Civil Engineers (England), and of the 
Liverpool Society of Civil Engineers (of 
which Society he was one of the founders) : 
an Honorary Member of the National 
Electric Light Association of the United 
States ; a Fellow of the Royal Society of 
Canada, In which Society he was President 
of Section III., 1896 ; vice-president of the 
Mechanical Section of the British Association, 
1897 ;. F.R.S., 1902 ; Hon. Fellow, Queen's 
College, Cambridge, 1906. Publications : 
Applied Mechanics, 1882 ; Theory of 
Structures and Strength of Materials, 1893 ; 
6th edition, 1905 ; Hydraulics, 1895 ; 5th 
and 6th editions, 1904 ; also a number of 
papers for various scientific societies. Ad- 
dress : 16 Han? Road, S.W., and Montreal, 
Canada. Clubs : Athenaeum ; University, 
Montreal. [Died 2 Feb. 1912. 

BOWDEN, Capt. Frank Lake, D.S.O. 1900: 
B.S.A. Police from 1890 ; b. 30 Dec. 1863 ; 
s. of John Thomas Bowden, City Carlton 
Club. St. Swithin's Lane ; m. Florence 
Helen, e. d. of Geo. Kearsey of Cholsey. 
Edue. : Dulwich College. Through Matabele 
War, 1893 (medal); Jameson Raid, in 
charge of Maxims ; Matabele Rebellion, 
1896 (clasp) ; South African War, 1899- 
1900, with Brig.-Gen. Plumer, Relief of 
Mafeking (despatches, medal and four clasps). 
Decorated for distinguished service in South 
African War. Address : Bulawayo, Rho- 
desia. Clubs : Colonial, Bulawayo. 

[Died 26 June 1906. 

BOWEN, Major Charles Otway Cole, D.S.O. 
1900 ; R.E. ; b. 30 Aug. 1867. Entered 
Army, 1888; Captain, 1899; served South 
Africa, 1899-1901 (despatches twice, D.S.O.) ; 
Major, 1906. Address : Bloemfontein. 

[Died 23 March 1910. 

BOWEN, Edward E., M.A., F.R.A.S. ; Master 
at Harrow School from 1859 ; b. County 
Wicklow, Ireland ; . of late Rev. C. Bowen ; 
y. b. of late Lord Bowen ; unmarried. 
Educ. : King's College, London, and 
Trinity College, Cambridge (Scholar and 
Fellow). Bell University Scholar; 4th 
Classic 1858. On the staff of the Saturday 
Review, 1861 ; contested Hertford, 1880. 
Publications : The Campaigns of Napoleon, 
from Thiers ; Harrow Songs and other 
verses ; various pamphlets and fugitive 
publications. Recreations : rowing at the 
University, also football, cricket, pedestrian- 
ism, cycling, shooting ; member of the 
skating club, and of M.C.C. Address : The 
Grove, Harrow. Club : Devonshire. 

[Died 8 Apr. 1901. 

BOWEN, Rt. Hon. Sir George Ferguson ; cr. 
G.C.M.G. 1860; Privy Councillor. 1886; 
Hon. D.C.L. Oxford ; Hon. LL.D. Camb. ; 
b. 1821 ; s. of late Rev. E. Bowen, Rector 
of Taughboyne ; m. 1st, Countess Roma, d. 
of Count Roma, President of Ionian Senate, 
1856 (1. 1893) ; 2nd, Florence, d. of T. Luby, 
D.D., Senior Fellow of Trin. Coll. Dublin, 
and widow of Rev. H. White, 1896. Educ. : 
Charterhouse ; Trin. Coll. Oxford (Scholar). 
Fellow of Brasenose, 1844 ; 1st class in 
Classics. Secretary of Government, Ionian 
Islands 1854-59 ; Governor of Queensland, 



BOWLY 

1859-68 ; New Zealand, 1868-73 ; Victoria 
1873-79 ; Mauritous, 1879-83 ; Hong Kon<* 
1883-87 ; Royal Commissioner to Malta, 
1888. Publications : Ithaca in 1850 ; Mt 
Athos, Thessaly, and Epirus, 1852 ; Thirty 
Years of Colonial Government, 1889, etc 
Address : 16 Lowndes Street, S.W. Club : 
Athenaeum. [Died 21 Feb. 1899. 

BOWEN, Horace G., chief cashier of the Bank 
of England from Nov. 1893 ; Member of 
the Councils of the Institute of Bankers and 
the Royal Statistical Society. Address 
13 St. George's Road, S.W. Clubs : Savile, 
Constitutional. [Died 6 May 1902. 

BOWEN, James Bevan, J.P.. D.L. ; b. 1828 ; 
e. s. of late George Bowen and Sarah, d. of 
John Thomas ; m. 1857, Harriette, y. d. of 
late Rev. John Standly, M.A. Educ. : 
Worcester Coll. Oxford (M.A.). Called to 
Bar at Inner Temple, 1856 ; High Sheriff, 
Co. Pembroke, 1862 ; late Chairman of 
Pembroke Quarter Sessions ; M.P. Co 
Pembroke, 1866-68, 1876-80. Address: 
Llwyngwair, Newport, Pembroke. 

[Died 14 Nov. 1905. 

BOWER, Rev. Richard, M.A. ; Canon Resi- 
dentiary of Carlisle Cathedral, and Chaplain 
to the Bishop of Carlisle ; b. Holmflrth, 
Yorks. 29 Sept. 1845; m. Alice Mary d. 
of Rev. N. F. Y. Kemble, M.A., Vicar of 
Allerton, Liverpool, 1878 ; two d. Educ : 
Pocklington Gram. School, Yorks; St. 
John's College, Cambridge. Ordained, 1872, 
by Bishop of Carlisle, to the Curacy of 
Hesket in the Forest, Carlisle ; Curate of 
Kirkby Thore, 1876-77 ; Vicar of Cross- 
canonby, 1878-83 ; Assistant Diocesan 
Inspector of Schools, 1882-84 ; Vicar of St. 
Cuthbert's, Carlisle, 1883-1902; Chaplain 
to the late Bishop of Carlisle (Dr. Goodwin),' 
1890-92; Chaplain to the late Bishop of 
Carlisle (Dr. Bardsley), 1892-1904 ; Chaplain 
to the present Bishop (Dr. Diggle), 1905, 
Rural Dean of Carlisle North, 1893-1902 ; 
Honorary Canon, 1896-1902; Canon Resi- 
dentiary, 1902 ; Proctor in Convocation for 
the Archdeaconry of Carlisle, 1895-1902 ; 
Proctor in Convocation of York for the Dean 
and Chapter of Carlisle, 1909. Publications : 
articles on brasses, effigies, piscinas, church 
plate, mural paintings, grave-slabs, etc., in 
the Diocese of Carlisle, in the Transactions 
of the Cumberland and Westmorland 
Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. 
Address : The Abbey, Carlisle. 

[Died 1 Nov. 1911. 

BOWERS, Sir Edward Hardman, Kt., cr. 1913 ; 
Chief Inspector of Stamps and Taxes since 
1910 ; b. 21 Sept. 1854 ; s. of George Bowers, 
C.E., Drogheda ; m. 1880, Margaret, d. of 
late John Jones, Swansea ; one s. one d. 
Educ. : Drogheda Grammar School and 
privately. Entered the Civil Service as 
Assistant Surveyor of Taxes, 1872; Sur- 
veyor of Taxes, 1880 ; Inspector of Taxes, 
1902 ; Superintending Inspector of Taxes, 
1904. Publications : compiler and publisher 
of Bulldog Pedigrees. Recreations : sailing, 
vacht racing, and bulldog breeding. Address : 
24 Stradella Road, Herne Hill, S.E. Club : 
Junior Athenseum. [Died 19 Apr. 1914. 

BOWLY, Rev. Charles Henry, M.A. ; Rector 
of Toppesfield, Essex, from 1904 ; Hon. 
Canon of Worcester Cathedral, 1913; b. 
1845; m. 1871, Katherine, d. of Hugh 
Hamersley, J.P., D.L., of Pyrton Manor, 
Oxfordshire, Chairman of Quarter Sessions ; 
two s. three d. Educ. : Winchester College ; 
Exeter College, Oxford; Wells Theological 
College. Vicar of Messing, Essex, 1878-8 ; 
S. Michaels, Sydenham, 1888-94 ; S. John's, 
Clapham Rise, 1894-1904. Recreations : rac- 
quets and lawn tennis. Address : Toppes- 
field Rectory, Castle Hedingham. Club: 
Junior Constitutional. [Died 2 Nov. 1913. 



BOWRING 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BOWRING, Sir Clement, Kt. ; cr. 1900 ; J.P. 
County of Derby. Partner in Cox & Bow- 
ring ; chairman Derby Con. Ass. ; b. 29 
Nov. 1844 ; o. s. of Charles Bowring, J.P.. 
Park Grange, Derby ; m. Violet Camilla, d 
of S. Ball, Liverpool, 1872. Educ. : Derby 
School. Served 21 years in 1st Vol. Batt 
Derbyshire Beg. (long service medal), 
retired rank of Major ; Governor Derby 
School; V.P. National Union. Recrea- 
tions : rowing, acting. Address : Park 
Grange, Derby. Club : Constitutional. 

[Died 22 March 1907 

BOWRING, Edgar Alfred, C.B., 1882; . 01 
late Sir J. Bowring, F.R.S., envoy and 
minister plenipotentiary to China ; b. 26 
May 1826; m. 1st. 1853, Sophia, d, of 
Thomas Cubitt of Denbies, Dorking (d 
1857) ; one *. ; 2nd, 1858, Ellen, d. of Lewis 
Cubitt ; two s. Librarian and Registrar to 
Board of Trade, 1848-63 ; Royal Commis- 
sioner of Exhibition of 1851; M.P. (L. 
Exeter, 1868-74. Address: 30 Eaton 
Place, S.W. ; 5 Lewes Crescent, Brighton 

[Died 8 Aug. 1911. 

BOWRING, Lewin Bentham, C.S.I., J.P 
Devon ; b. Hackney, 15 July 1824 ; 3rd *. 
of late Sir John Bowring, LL.D., and Maria, 
d. of Samuel Lewin ; m. 1st, Mary Laura, 
d. of Admiral Hon. Sir John Talbot, G.C.B. ; 
2nd, Katharine, d. of late Mr. Serjeant E. 
Bellasis ; six *. two d. Educ. : Mount 
Radford School, Exeter ; E. I. Coll. Hailey- 
bury. Prizes at Haileybury Coll. ; two 
medals, and Degree of Honour at Fort 
William College, Calcutta. Bengal Civil 
Service. 1843-70 ; Assist. Resident, Lahore, 
1847 ; Private Secy, to Earl Canning, 1858. 
Chief Com. of Mysore and Coorg, 1862. 
Decorated for service in India, 1867. Publi- 
cations : Eastern Experiences ; Autobio- 
graphical Recollections of Sir John Bowring ; 
Haidar Ali and Tipu Sultan in Rulers of 
India Series. Address: Woodlands, Tor- 
quay. Club : East India United Service. 

[Died 14 Jan. 1910. 

BOWYEAR, Vice-Admiral George le Geyt, C.B., 
1869 ; D.L. ; y. s. of late Thomas Kyrwood 
Bowyear of Dilwyn, Herefordshire; un- 
married. Educ. : Private tuition. Served 
Black Sea and Sebastopol as commander of 
" Vengeance " ; commander of " Vulcan," 
trooper ; commanded as captain " Sans 
Pareil," foreign service ; " Phaeton," steam 
frigate, foreign service ; " Revenge " ; 
Canopus " ; " Revenge " ; " Irresistible " ; 
" Hector," iron-clad, on home stations ; 
" Victory " ; F. Captain at Portsmouth ; 
and " Terror " ; as captain in charge of 
naval establishments at Bermuda and from 
whence retired, 1871. Decorated for services 
in Black Sea. Recreations : general, for- 
merly. Address : St. Helier, Jersey. Club : 
United Service. [Died 14 Feb. 1903. 

BOXALL, Col. Sir Charles Gervaise, K.C.B. ; 
cr. 1902 ; C.B. 1897 ; V.D. 1894 ; invented 
and organised C.I.V. for service in S. Africa ; 
Depot Commandant, 1899 ; Hon. Lieut.-Col. 
in army, 1900 ; Hon. Col. 1st Home Counties 
Royal Field Artillery, 1907; b. Delves 
House, Ringmer, Sussex, 31 Aug. 1852 ; 
2nd s. of William Percival Boxall, J.P., of 
Cowfold, Sussex, and Brighton ; m. Eugenie, 
d. of late Henry Wiles, 1879. Educ. : 
Brighton College ; 2nd Lieut. 1st Sussex 
Volunteer Artillery, 1873, of which regiment 
he became Lieut.-Col. Com. 1893, and Hon. 
Col. 1896, in succession to the late Sir 
Julian Goldsmid, in conjunction with whom 
and the L.B. and S.C. Ry. officials he pro- 
vided an armoured train capable of firing 
heavy artillery in all directions from an 
ordinary railway line, and frequently success- 
fully demonstrated with it ; Member of War 
Office Committee for Creation of Territorial 
80 



Army, 1906; Member Sussex Territorial 
Force Association. Publications : author 
of several essays on the Utilisation of 
Railways for Mobile Artillery ; The Duchy 
of Manchester English Manorial Estates, 
and other works. Recreations : shooting, tree 
planting. Address: Battlemead, Maiden- 
head. Clubs : Marlborough, St. Stephen's ; 
Union, Brighton. [Died 6 March 1914. 

BOYCE, Robert Henry, C.B. ; retired Principal 
Surveyor of H.M. Diplomatic and Consular 
Buildings, H.M. Office of Works ; b. 27 Feb. 
1834; *. of late Dr. Robt. J. Boyce of 
Myshall, Co. Carlow ; m. Louisa Sinclair, 
d. of late Dr. Neligan, of Athlone, Ireland, 
1860. Early in life entered Royal Engineer 
Dept., Civil Branch ; subsequently selected 
by H.M. Treasury to proceed to China to> 
superintend erection of Consular and Diplo- 
matic buildings. Decorated for long and; 
distinguished service all over the world.. 
Recreations : boating, bric-a-brac hunting 
Address : Eeyuan, Hampton Wick,. Middle- 
sex. Club: Constitutional. 

[Died 20 Jan. 1909. 

BOYCE, Sir Hubert, Kt., cr. 1906; MB 
F.R.S. ; Professor of Pathology, University- 
of Liverpool ; Fellow of University College, 
London ; Dean of Liverpool School of 
Tropical Medicine; one of the Public 
Analysts for City of Liverpool ; Commander 
of the Order of the Cross of Leopold II. ; 
Member of the Royal Commission on Tuber- 
culosis ; *. of late R. H. Boyce, C.B. ; m 
Kate Ethel (d. 1902), d. of William Johnston,, 
of Woodslee, Bromborough, Cheshire; one^ 
d. Publications : A Text-Book of Morbid: 
Histology, 1892; Papers on Tropical! 
Sanitation, 1894-95 ; Handbook of Patho- 
logical Anatomy (joint) ; Mosquito or Man 
1909 ; Health Progress and Administration 
in the West Indies, 1910. Recreation: 
Antique tiles. Address: Park Lodge, 
Sefton Park Road, Liverpool. 

[Died 18 June 1911. 

BOYD, Very Rev. Andrew Kennedy Hutchison 
(nom de plume A. K. H. B.), D.D., LL.D. 
First Minister of St. Andrews (1865) b 
Auchinleck, Ayrshire, 3 Nov. 1825 ; e. s. of 
Rev. James Boyd, D.D., then incumbent of 
the parish; m. 1st, Margaret, d. of Capt. 
Kirk; 2nd, Janet Balfour, d. of Leslie 
Meldrum, Devon, Clackmannanshire 1897 
Educ. : Ayr Academy ; King's Coll. London : 
University, Glasgow. Studied for English 
Bar ; member of Middle Temple ; Assistant 
Minister, St. George's, Edinburgh ; Minister 
of Newton-on-Ayr ; Minister of Kirkpatrick- 
Irongray ; Minister of St. Bernard's, Edin- 
burgh. Fellow of King's Coll. London, 
1895. Publications : The Recreations of a 
Country Parson, 3 vols. ; The Graver 
Thoughts of a Country Parson, 3 vols ; 
Twenty-five Years of St. Andrews, 2 vols ' 
1892; St. Andrews and Elsewhere, 1894 : 
and The Last Years of St. Andrews were 
the best known. The published vols. number 
32. Recreations : writing essays and visiting 
Gothic churches. Address: 7 Abbotsford 
Crescent, St. Andrews. Clubs : Royal and 
Ancient, St. Andrews; University Club, 
Edinburgh. [Died I March 1899, 

BOYD, Ven. Charles ; retired ; b. 19 Feb 
1842; s. of William Boyd, Archdeacon of 
Craven, and Isabella, d. of George Turning 
m. 1872, Adelaide, d. of William Powell* 
Newport Pagnell, Bucks. Educ. : Rugby 
University College, Oxford. Chaplain of 
St. Peter's, Colombo, from 1879 ; Chaplaia 
to the Forces there ; Chaplain of St. Michael's 
Colombo, from 1889 ; Curate of Newbury. 
1869-77 ; Rector of Prince's Risborou^h 
Bucks, 1877-79 ; Archdeacon of Colombo, 
1891-1901. Publications : Helps to Worship 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Recreations : too old to have any. Address : 
Fiveways, Camberley Surrey. 

[Died 3 May 1914. 

BOYD, Sir Thomas Jamieson, Kt. ; cr. 1881 ; 
F.R.S.E. ; J.P. ; D.L. ; m. 1844, Mary Ann 
(d. 1900), d. of John Ferguson, surgeon. 
Lord Provost and Lord Lieutenant of 
Edinburgh, 1877-82. Address: 41 Moray 
Place, Edinburgh. Club : University, 
Edinburgh. [Died 22 Aug. 1902. 

BOYES, Sir George Thomas Henry, K.C.B., cr. 
1906. Educ. : Cheltenham. Entered Navy, 

1854 ; Commander, 1877 ; Captain, 1884 ; 
retired Rear-Admiral, 1899 ; served Crimea, 

1855 (Crimean and Turkish medals, Sevasto- 
pol clasp) ; Commander of Achilles during 
Egyptian War, 1882 (Egyptian medal, 
Khedive's Star, 3rd class Medjidie) ; re- 
ceived 2nd class Medjidie from Sultan of 
Turkey, 1888; Commodore of 2nd class 
and naval officer in charge, Hong-Kong, 
1893-96; Acting Director of Transports, 
1900 ; Director to 1907 ; Commander 2nd 
class Saxe-Ernestine Order. Publication : 
The Salvage of H.M.S. Hull. Address : 
Admiralty, S.W. [Died 16 March 1910. 

BOYES, Major-Gen. John Edward, C.B. 1900 ; 
retired ; b. 3 June 1843 ; m. 1866, Mary 
Catherine, e. d. of late H. F. K. Holloway, 
of Marchwood, Hants ; one *. one d. Educ. : 
Cheltenham College. Entered army, 1861 ; 
Major-General, 1898 ; Egyptian War, 1882 
(with 1st Batt. Gordon Highlanders), in- 
cluding Tel-el-Kebir (despatches, brevet of 
Lieut.-Col., medal with clasp, 4th class 
Osmanieh, Khedive's star) ; Soudan, 1884, 
including El-Teb and Tamaai (two clasps) ; 
Nile Expedition, 1884-85 (clasp) ; com- 
manded 17th Brigade, South Africa Field 
Force, 1900-1 (despatches, medal and 3 
clasps) ; Colonel, Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, 1907. Address : The Brown 
House, Old Bexhill. Club : United Service. 
[Died 11 Jan. 1915. 

BOYLE, Sir Courtenay, K.C.B. ; cr. 1892 ; 
Permanent Secretary to Board of Trade 
from 1893 ; b. Jamaica, 21 Oct. 1845 ; e. 
s. of Cavendish Spencer Boyle ; m. Lady 
Muriel Sarah Campbell, d. of 2nd Earl of 
Cawdor, 1876. Educ. : Charterhouse ; 
Christ Church, Oxford. Private Secretary 
to Viceroy of Ireland, 1868-73, 1882-85 ; 
Local Government Board Inspector, 1873- 
1885; Assistant Secretary, 1885-86; Assist- 
ant Secretary Board of Trade, 1886-93. 
Publication : Hints on the Conduct of 
Business, 1900. Recreations : Oxford Uni- 
versity Cricket XL, 1864-67 ; represented 
Oxford at Tennis, 1866-67 ; shooting ; 
salmon-fishing. Address : 11 Granville 
Place, Portman Square, W. Clubs : 
Travellers', Brooks's. [Died 19 May 1901. 

BOYLE, Sir Edward, 1st Bt., cr. 1904 ; M.P. 
(C.) Taunton from 1906 ; K.C., 1898 ; Barr. 
Inner Temple ; b. Norfolk, 1849 ; e. s. of 
late Edward O. Boyle, C.E., and Eliza, d. 
of late William Gurney of Norfolk; m. 
Constance, d. of William Knight, 1874. 
Educ. : privately for the army. Passed 
his articles and commenced practice as an 
architect, 1870; Fellow of Surveyors' 
Institute, 1878 ; Barr. 1887 ; Director of 
the London and India Docks ; Deputy- 
Chairman of the Imperial Life Office ; con- 
tested Hastings (C.), 1900. Publications : 
Principles of Hating ; The Law of Compensa- 
tion (Lands Clauses Acts) ; Law of Railway 
and Canal Traffic. Heir : s. Edward Boyle, 
M.A., barrister-at-law. Address: 63 Queen's 
Gate, S.W. ; Ockham, Hurst Green, Sussex. 
Clubs : Carlton, Conservative, St. Stephen's. 
[Died 19 March 1909. 

BOYLE, Very Rev. George David, Dean of 
Salisbury from 1880 ; b. Edinburgh, 17 May 
1828; s. of Rt. Hon. David Boyle, Lord 



BOYNTON 

Justice-General of Scotland; m. Mary 
Christiana, d. of W. Robins, 1861. Educ 
Edinburgh Academy ; Charterhouse ; Exeter 
Coll. Oxford. Curate of Kidderminster 
1853-57 ; of Hagley, 1857-60 ; Incumbent 
of St. Michael's, Handsworth, 1860-67 
Vicar of Kidderminster, 1867-80. Publica- 
tion: Recollections of the Dean of Salis- 
bury, 1895. Recreations : walking, reading. 
Address : Deanery, Salisbury. Club 
Athenseum. [Died 21 March 1901. 

BOYLE, Richard Vicars, C.S.I. ; 1869, M.I.C.E.; 
b. 1822 ; 3rd s. of Vicars Armstrong Boyle 
of Dublin, Kirlish, and on N. Limavady ; 
descended from a branch of the Boyles of 
Ayrshire ; m. Eteonore Anne, d. of W. Hack 
of Dieppe, 1853. Was a pupil of Charles 
Vignoles F.R.S., practised in Ireland, 
England, Spain, and India, and was chief 
engineer to the Government of Japan, 
1872-77 ; was the originator and chief 
defender of the fortified house at Arrah, 
Bengal, in the Indian Mutiny of 1857-58. 
Address : 3 Stanhope Terrace, Hyde Park, 
W. [Died 3 Jan. 1908. 

BOYLE, Maj.-Gen. Robert, C.B., Retired List ; 
b. 20 July 1823 ; m. Lucy Margaret, e. d. 
of R. Bower of Welham, York, D.L. York- 
shire. Educ. : private schools. Entered 
R. M. L. Inf., 1841 ; in action at the storm- 
ing of Sepapaqui, and surrender of the forts 
Castello Viego and San Carlos in 1848; 
China War, 1856-57-58 ; battle of Fatshan ; 
storming of Canton ; capture of Bogue Forts, 
and Taku Forts, Peiho ; signing of the Treaty 
of Tientsin ; rewarded by promotion to 
Major, Lieut.-Col., C.B. ; Good Service 
Pension ; and Maj.-Gen. on retirement. 
Decorated for successful actions. Recrea- 
tions : hunting. Address : North Rock 
House, Kingsand, Plymouth, Cornwall. 

[Died 31 Oct. 1899. 

BOYLE, Lieut.-Col. Hon. William George; 
Lieut.-Col. 2nd Somerset Militia ; b. 12 Aug. 
1830 ; b. of 9th Earl of Cork. Coldstream 
Guards (retired) ; served Crimea, 1854, 
including Alma, Inkerman, Sevastopol 
(Brevet Major, medal with three clasps, 
5th class Medjidie, Turkish medal); M.P. 
Frome, 1856-57. [Died 24 March 1908. 

BOYLE, Rev. Wm. Skinner ; Prebendary of 
Exeter Cathedral from 1894; b. 17 Feb. 
1844 ; s. of W. R. A. Boyle, barrister, and 
Anna, d. of late Rev. John Skinner, rector 
of Camerton ; m. Theana Isabel Fowell, d. 
of late Rear-Admiral Fowell, R.N. Educ. : 
Bradfield Coll. ; Magdalen Coll. Oxford. 
2nd class Mod. (Classics), 1864 ; 2nd class 
Law and History, 1866 ; B.A. 1866 ; M.A. 
1868 ; deacon, 1867 ; priest, 1868 ; curate 
of Whitwash, Warwickshire, 1867-69; St. 
Luke, Torquay, 1869-74 ; Vicar, St. Luke's, 
Torquay, 1874-1903 ; Rural Dean of 
Ipplepen, 1876-79, and 1883-85. Recreations: 
captain of cricket and football, Bradfleld, 
1861 ; captain of eleven, Magd. Coll., Oxford, 
1866. Address : Leycroft, Exmouth. Club : 
Royal Societies. [Died 14 Apr. 1915. 

BOYNE, 8th Viscount (cr. 1717), Gustavus 
Russell Hamilton-Russell, J.P., D.L. ; Baron 
Hamilton, 1715 ; Baron Brancepeth, 1866 ; 
s. of 7th Viscount and Emma Maria, d. of 
Matthew Russell, M.P. ; b. 28 May 1830 ; 
S. father 1872 ; m. Lady Katherine Frances 
Scott (d. 1903), Lady of Grace St. John of 
Jerusalem, d. of 2nd Earl of Eldon, 1858. 
Educ. : Eton. Owned about 31,000 acres. 
Heir : s. Hon. Gustavus Hamilton-Russell. 
Address : 16 Grosvenor Gardens, S.W. ; 
Brancepeth Castle, Durham ; Burwarton, 
Bridgnorth, Salop. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 30 Dec. 1907. 

BOYNTON, Sir Henry Somerville, llth Bt. ; 
cr 1618 ; J.P. ; b. 1844 ; &. father 1869 ; 
m. Mildred, d. of Rev. Canon T. B. Paget, 
81 



> BOXER 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



1876. Educ. : Magdalene Coll. Cambridge. 
Owned about 5500 acres. Heir : uncle 
Rev. Griffith Boynton, b. 1815. Address : 
Burton Agnes Hall. Hull. Club : Carlton. 
[Died 11 Apr. 1899. 

BOXER, Maj.-Gen. Edward M., R.A., F.R.S. ; 
m. Eleanor, d. of Colonel Payne. Educ. : 
Woolwich. Superintendent (retired) of the 
Royal Laboratory at Woolwich ; inventor 
of the Boxer fuse cartridge. Address : 
Upton, near Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

[Died 1 Jan. 1898. 

BRABANT, Major-Gen. Sir Edward Yewd, 
K.C.B. : cr. 1900 ; M.L.A. ; C.M.G. 1879 ; 
soldier and politician ; b. 1839 ; m. 1862, 
Mary Burnet, d. of Rev. Canon Robertson 
of Canterbury. Entered 2nd Derby Militia 
as ensign, 1855 ; joined Cape Mounted 
Riflemen, 1856 ; retired as Captain, 1870 ; 
member for East London, Cape Parliament 
from 1873 ; Field Commandant of Colonial 
Forces, 1878 ; Colonel of the Cape Yeomanry, 
1879 ; member of Defence Commission, 

1896 ; President of South African League, 

1897 ; served South Africa, 1900 (despatches). 
Address : Gonnubie Park, East London, 
Cape Colony. Club : Naval and Military. 

[Died 13 Dec. 1914. 

BRABOURNE, 2nd Baron (cr. 1880), Edward 
Knatehbull-Hugessen ; D.L., J.P. ; late 
Lieut. Coldstream Guards ; M.P. (G.L.) 
Rochester, 1889-92 ; s. of 1st Baron and 
Anna Maria Elizabeth, d . of M. R. Southwell ; 
b. 5 Apr. 1857 ; S. father 1893 ; m. Amy 
Virginia, d. of 1st Baron Allendale, 1880; 
one *. two d. Educ. : Eton and Oxford. 
Owned about 5000 acres. Heir: s. Hon. 
W. W. Knatchbull-Hugessen, b. 1885. 
Address : Hoath Cottage, Smeeth, Kent. 
[Died 29 Dec. 1909. 

BRABOURNE, 3rd Baron (cr. 1880), Wyndham 
Wentworth Knatchbull-Hugessen ; Lieut. 
Grenadier Guards ; b. 21 Sept. 1885 ; s. of 
2nd Baron and Amy Virginia, d. of 1st 
Baron Allendale ; S. father 1909. Owned 
about 5000 acres. Heir: u. Hon. Cecil 
Marcus Knatchbull-Hugessen ; [b. 29 Nov. 
1863 ; m. 1893, Helena, d. of late Hermann 
von Flesch-Brunningen ; one s. Address : 
43 Norfolk Square, W.]. Address : Hoath 
Cottage, Smeeth, Kent. 

[Died 16 March 1915. 

BRACKENBURY, Gen. Rt. Hon. Sir Henry, 
P.C., 1904 ; G.C.B., cr. 1900 ; K.C.S.I., cr. 
1896 ; General 1901 ; Colonel Commandant 
R.A. 1897 ; b. Bolingbroke, Lines, 1 Sept. 
1837 ; m. 1st, 1861, Emilia (d. 1905), d. of 
E. S. Halswell and widow of Reginald Morley; 
2nd, 1905, Edith, d. of Louis Desanges. 
Educ : Eton ; R.M.A. Woolwich. Joined 
R.A. 1856 ; served Central Indian Cam- 
paign, 1857-58 ; Franco-German War, 1870- 
1871 ; Ashantee War, 1873-74 ; Zulu War, 
1879-80 ; Private Secretary to Viceroy of 
India, 1880 ; Military Attache" at Paris, 
1881-82 ; assistant Under-Secretary to 
Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, 1882 ; commanded 
river column, Egypt, 1884-85 ; promoted 
Major-Gen, for distinguished service in the 
field ; Director of Military Intelligence, 
1886-91 ; Member of Council of Viceroy of 
India, 1891-96; President, Ordnance Com- 
mittee, 1896-99 ; Director-Gen, of Ordnance 
at War Office, 1899-1904; retired, 1904. 
Decorations : C.B., K.C.B. , and G.C.B., for 
military services ; K. C.S.I, for service as 
Member of Council in India. Publications : 
The Last Campaign of Hanover, 1870 ; The 
Tactics of the Three Arms, 1873 ; Narative 
of the Ashantee War (2 vols.), 1874 ; The 
River Column, 1885 ; Some Memories of 
My Spare Time, 1909. Address : Queen 
Anne's Mansions, St. James's Park, S.W. 
Clubs : United Service, Wellington. 

[Died 20 Apr. 1914. 



BRACKENBURY, Colonel Mauls Campbell, 
R.E. ; C.S.I., 1898 ; retired list ; b. 20 
Sept. 1844 ; s. of William Congreve Bracken- 
bury ; m. Florence Mary, d. of General 
William Spottiswoode Trevor, V.C., 1882. 
Educ. : private school. First commission 
in the Royal Engineers, 1865 ; served Perak 
Expedition, 1874-75 (medal and clasp) ; 
Afghanistan, 1878-80 (medal and two 
clasps and Kandahar Star, despatches) ; 
Marri Expedition, 1880 (despatches). Decor- 
ated for services in mobilisation of troops in 
India in 1898. Recreations : golf, shooting, 
fishing. Address : Queen's Mansions, 56 
Victoria Street, S.W. Clubs : United 
Service, Hurlingham. Wellington. 

[Died 18 March 1915. 

BRADDON, Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Nicholas 
Coventry, P.O., 1897 ; K.C.M.G. ; cr. 1891 : 
b. 11 June 1829 ; s. of Henry Braddon, of 
Skisdone Lodge, Cornwall ; b. of Miss E. 
Braddon. Educ. : University Coll. London ; 
m. 2nd, Alice, d. of W. H. Smith, 1876. 
Premier and Leader of House of Assembly, 
Tasmania, 1894-99 ; senior Member for 
Tasmania, House of Representatives, Com- 
monwealth Parliament, 1901. Publications : 
Life in India ; Thirty Years of Shikar, 1895. 
Recreations : politics, sport, whist. Address : 
Treglith, West Devon, Tasmania. Club : 
Tasmanian, Hobart. [Died 2 Feb. 1904. 

BRADDON, Mary Elizabeth (Maxwell), novelist; 
b. London, 1837 ; y. d. of Henry Braddon 
of St. Kew, Cornwall ; wvlow of John 
Maxwell of Richmond, Surrey. Educ. : 
home. Devoted to literary work from 1860 
in which year her first novel, The Trail of 
the Serpent, was written and published in 
serial form. Publications : Lady Audley's 
Secret ; Aurora Floyd, 1862 ; Eleanor's 
Victory, 1863 ; John Marchmont's Legacy, 
1863 ; Henry Dunbar, 1864 ; The Doctor's 
Wife, 1864 ; Only a Clod, 1865 ; Sir Jasper's 
Tenant, 1865; The Lady's Mile, 1866; 
Birds of Prey, 1867 ; Run to Earth, 1868 ; 
Charlotte's Inheritance, 1868; Rupert 
Godwin, 1869 ; Dead Sea Fruit, 1869 ; 
Fenton's Quest, 1871 ; Lovels of Arden, 
1871 ; To the Bitter End, 1872 ; Lost for 
Love, 1872 ; Robert Ainsleigh, 1872 ; 
Lucius Davoren, 1873 ; Strangers and 
Pilgrims ; Griselda (a drama), 1873 ; Milly 
Darell, 1873 ; The Missing Witness (drama) ; 
Taken at the Flood, 1874 ; Hostages to 
Fortune, 1875 ; Dead Men's Shoes ; Joshua 
Haggard's Daughter, 1876 ; Weavers and 
Weft, 1877 ; An Open Verdict, 1878 ; The 
Cloven Foot ; Vixen, 1879 ; Just as I am ; 
The Story of Barbara, 1880 ; Asphodel, 
1881 ; Mount Royal, 1882 ; Phantom 
Fortune, 1883 ; Flower and Weed ; Ishmael, 
1884 ; Wyllard's Weird ; Mohawks, 1886 ; 
One Thing Needful, 1886 ; Like and Un- 
like, 1887; The Fatal Three, 1888; The 
Day Will Come, 1889 ; One Life, One Love, 
1890 ; Gerard, 1891 ; The Venetians, 1892 ; 
All Along the River, 1893 ; The Christmas 
Hirelings, 1894 ; Thou Art the Man, 1894 ; 
Sons of Fire, 1895; London Pride, 1896; 
Under Love's Rule, 1897 ; Rough Justice, 
1898 ; His Darling Sin, 1899 ; The Infidel, 
1900 ; The Conflict, 1903 ; A Lost Eden, 
1904 ; The Rose of Life, 1905 ; The White 
House, 1906 ; Dead Love has Chains ; Her 
Convict, 1907 ; During Her Majesty's 
Pleasure,. 1908 ; Our Adversary, 1909 ; 
Beyond these Voices, 1910 ; The Green 
Curtain, 1911 ; Miranda, 1913. Recreations: 
gardening, music, literature. Address : 
Lichfield House, Richmond-on-Thames. 

[Died 4 Feb. 1915. 

BRADFORD, Colonel Sir Edward Ridley Col- 
borne, 1st Bt., cr. 1902 ; G.C.B., K.C.S.I., 
cr. 1885 ; G.C.V.O., 1902 ; Extra Equerry 
to the King from 1910 ; b. 1836 ; s. of Rev. W. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



M. K. Bradford, Rector of Westmeon, Hants , 
m. 1st 1866, Elizabeth Adela, d. of Edward 
Knight of Chawton House, Hants ; 2nd 
1898, Edith Mary, d. of William Nicholson, 
of Basing Park, Hants. Educ. : Marl- 
borough. Entered Madras Cavalry, 1853 : 
Captain, 1865 ; Major. 1873 ; Lieut.-Col. 
1879; Colonel, 1884; Persian Campaign 
1857 ; N.W. Provinces, 1858-59 ; 1st Central 
India Horse from 1858 to 1869; General 
Superintendent of Operations for suppress- 
ing Thuggee and Dacoitee; Resident 1st 
Class and Governor-General's Agent for Raj- 
pootana, and Chief Commissioner, Ajmere ; 
for some time Secretary in Political and 
Secret Department India Office ; A.D.C to 
Queen Victoria, 1889-93; Commissioner of 
Police of the Metropolis, 1890-1903 ; Extra 
Equerry to King Edward VII., 1903-10 
Heir : s. Evelyn Ridley [b. 16 April 1869 ; 
Major, Seaforth Highlanders ; m. 1909, Elsie 
Clifton, d, of Colonel Clifton Brown]. Ad- 
dress : 50 South Audley Street, W. Clubs : 
United Service, Athenseum. 

[Died 13 May 1911. 

BRADFORD, Lt.-Col. Sir Evelyn Ridley, 2nd 
Bt., cr. 1902 ; Seaforth Highlanders ; s. of 
1st Bt. and Elizabeth Adela, d. of Edward 
Knight, of Chawton House, Hants ; b 16 
April 1869 ; S. father, 1911 ; m. 1909, Elsie 
Clifton, d. of Colonel Clifton Brown ; two s. 
Entered Army, 1888; Captain, 1895 ; Major, 
1905 ; Lt.-Col. 1913 ; served Nile Expedition, 
1898, battles of Atbara and Khartoum ; 
South Africa, 1899-1902 (despatches, brevet 
of Major, Queen's medal, four clasps, King's 
medal, two clasps). Heir : s. Edward Montagu 
Andrew [b. 30 Nov. 1910]. Address : 50 South 
Audley Street, W. Club : Army and Navy. 
[Died Sept. 1914. 

BRADFORD, 3rd Earl of (cr. 1815), Orlando 
George Charles Bridgeman, P.C. ; D.L., J.P. ; 
Bt. 1660 ; Baron Bradford, 1794 ; Viscount 
Newport, .1818 ; b. 24 Apr. 1819 ; widower ; 
A?, father 1865. Educ. : Harrow ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. M.P. (C.) S. Salop, 1842-65; Vice- 
Chamberlain, 1852, 1858-59 ; Lieut.-Col 
1st Batt. Shropshire Volunteers, 1862 ; Lord 
Chamberlain, 1866-68 ; Master of the Horse, 
1874-80, 1885-86. Owned about 22,000 
acres. Heir : s. Viscount Newport [b. 1845]. 
Address :4 4 Lowndes Square ; Castle Brom- 
wich, Birmingham ; Weston Hall, Shiffnal ; 
St. Catherine's, Windermere. Clubs : Carlton, 
Turf, Travellers', Wanderers'. 

[Died 9 March 1898. 

BRADFORD, 4th Earl of (cr. 1815), George 
Cecil Orlando Bridgeman, J.P., D.L. ; Bt. 
1660 ; Baron Bradford, 1794 ; Viscount 
Newport, 1818 ; s. of 3rd Earl and Selina 
Louisa, y. d. of 1st Lord Forester ; b. 3 Feb. 
1845 ; m. Lady Ida Anabella Frances 
Lumley, 2nd d. of 9th Earl of Scarborough, 
1869 ; three s. four d. ; S. father 1898. 
Educ. : Harrow. Served in Life Guards, 
1864-67; M.P. (C.) N. Shropshire, 1867- 
1885. Owned about 22,000 acres. Heir : s. 
Viscount Newport. Address : 44 Lowndes 
Square, S.W. ; Weston Park, Shifnal. 

[Died 2 Jan. 1915. 

BRADFORD, Lt.-Gen. Wilmot Henry, Colonel 
of Royal Irish Rifles ; s. of Rev. William 
Bradford of Storrington, Sussex ; b. 1815 ; 
m. 1903, Agnes Elizabeth (d. 1910), d. of Hon. 
and Rev. Thomas Clotworthy Skeffington. 
Educ. : Eton. Entered Army, 1833 ; Lieut.- 
Gen. 1877 ; retired, 1884 ; served in the 
Rifle Brigade, Crimea (medal with two clasps, 
Turkish medal, 5th class Medjidie). Address : 
Ridgemount, Bournemouth. Clubs : United 
Service, Junior United Service. 



[Died 14 March 1914. 
eld, 



BRADLEY, Miss ; see Field, Michael. 
BRAD STREET, His Honour Judge Sir Edmond 
Simon 6th Bt. ; cr. 1759 ; County Court 



BR^KSTAD 

Tyrone Co - 5 b. 24 Aug. 1820 ; *. 
CI 2 re Mar saret, d. of John 
; S " brother !889 ; m. Emily 
1883), d. of General de Gaja, of Las 
Courtines, Castelnaudary, France, 1846 

fif ir X,*' , Ed c ward ' b - 185 . Address : Cas- 
tilla, Clontarf, Dublin. 

Rpanv c- r. [Died 30 March 1W$. 

BRADY ' Sir Franc s William, 2nd Bt. ; cr 

1869 ; County Court Judge and Chairman of 
Quarter Sessions, Co. Tyrone ; Vice-President 
of Royal Irish Academy of Music, and one of 
the founders of that Institution ; composer 
of several musical works ; b. 1824 ; s of Rt 
Hon. SirMaziere Brady, 1st Bt., and Elizabeth 
Ann, d. of Bever Buchanan, of Dublin ; 5. 
father 1871 : m. 1st, 1847, Emily, d. of Rt. 
Rev. Samuel Kyle, Bishop of Cork (d 1891) 
one ; 2nd, Geraldine, d. of late George 
Hatchell, M.D., physician to Lord Lieut of 
Ireland, 1892. Educ. : Univ. Coll London 
Graduate University of London, 1843. Barr. 
(Ireland), 1846 ; Q.C. 1860. Heir : n. Lt.- 
Col. Robert Maziere, R.A. Address : 26 
Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin ; Sorrento 
Cottage, Dalkey, Co. Dublin. Club : Garrick 
[Died 26 Aug. 1909. 

BRADY, Sir Robert Maziere, 3rd Bt cr 1869 
b. 13 Dec. 1854; s. of late Maziere John 
Brady, 2nd *. of 1st Bt. and Elizabeth, d. of 
Rev. Robert Longfleld ; S. uncle, Aug 1909 
m. 1900, Sarah Jessie, d. of late Alexander 
Dalrymple, and widow of Sir A. C. Curtis 
3rd Bt. ; one d. Late Lieut.-Col., R.G.A. 
Heir : b. Major William Longfleld Brady [b. 
1863]. Club : Army and Navy. 

[Died 22 Sept. 1909. 

BRADY, Sir Thomas Francis, Kt. ; cr. 1886 ; 
b. July 1824 ; *. of Patrick Wm. Brady, of 
Cavan ; m. 1st. Sarah, d. of late Thomas 
Bridgford of Spafleld, Co. Dublin; 2nd, 
Annie, d. of John Lipsett, Manor House, 
Ballyshannon. Educ. : Trin. Coll. Dublin. 
Entered Board of Public Works in Ireland, 
1846 ; Inspector of Irish Fisheries, 1860-91 ; 
Member of Royal Commission on Sea and 
Oyster Fisheries, 1868 ; Royal Commission 
on Trawling (U.K.), 1884; Commissioner 
of Piers and Harbours in Ireland; is Hon. 
Representative in Ireland for the Shipwrecked 
Fishermen's and Mariners' Society, and the 
Royal Humane Society ; Hon. Sec. of the 
Lifeboat Saturday Fund, Dublin District, for 
the Royal National Lifeboat Institution; 
also Hon. Sec. of the Dublin Society for 
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, etc. 
Publications : Digests on the Irish Fishery 
Laws. Address : 11 Percy Place, Dublin. 

Died 21 Sept. 1904. 

BRADY, Thomas John Bellingham, M.A., LL.D. 
(Dublin) ; Assistant Commissioner of Inter- 
mediate Education, Ireland, from 1880; b. 
Dublin, 21 March 1841 ; e. s. of late Thomas 
Brady, M.D., Professor of Medical Jurisprud- 
ence, University of Dublin, etc. Educ. : 
Rev. R. North's School, Rathmines ; Belve- 
dere College (S.J.), Dublin ; Trinity College, 
Dublin. 1st Classical Scholar, 1859; 1st 
Senior Moderator (gold medal) Classics, 1861 ; 
Berkeley Gold Medallist for Greek, 1861 ; 
Vice-Chancellor's Prize-man (Greek Verse), 
1862. Professor Extraordinary of Classical 
Literature, Trin. Coll. Dub., 1873-80 ; a Census 
(Ireland) Commissioner, 1891 and 1901. 
Recreations : fishing, music, art. Addrets : 
1 Winslow Terrace, Terenure Road, Rathgar, 
Dublin. Club : Dublin University. 

[Died 30 March 1910. 

BR^EKSTAD, H. L., Vice-Consul for Norway 
from 1906 ; Anglo-Norwegian journalist and 
litterateur ; b. Throndhjem, Norway? 7 Sept. 
1845. Resided in England from 1877 ; as- 
sistant and art editor of Black and White, 
1891-94; Knight of the Royal Norwegian 
Order of St. Olaf ; Vice-President of the Viking 
83 



BRAILEY 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Club. Publications : numerous political 
pamphlets ; The Constitution of the King- 
dom of Norway ; translated several standard 
Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish works into 
English. Address : Hill House, Court Road, 
Eltham, Kent. Clubs : National Liberal, 
Savage. [Died 8 June 1915. 

BRAILEY, William A., M.A., M.D. ; Ophthalmic 
Surgeon ; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, 
Guy's Hospital ; s. of Rev. W. Brailey ; m. 
Agnes, d. of J. Robertson; two s. one d. 
Educ. : Woodhouse Grove School ; Downing 
College, Cambridge. 1st Class Natural 
Science Tripos ; Hon. Fellow, Downing 
College, Cambridge. Publications: various 
works on ophthalmology. Recreation : farm- 
ing. Address: 11 Old Burlington Street, 
W. ; Bathurst, Warbleton, Sussex. 

[Died 8 Apr. 1915. 

BRAMLEY, Frank, R.A. 1911 ; A.R.A. 1894 ; 
b. near Boston, Lincolnshire, 6 May 1857 ; 
3rd s. of Charles Bramley, late of Fiskerton, 
Lincoln ; m. 1891, Katharine, 3rd d. of John 
Graham, Huntingstile, Grasmere. Educ. : 
Lincoln. Gold Medal of Champs Elyse"es ; 
Associate Champs de Mars, 1893. Studied 
in Lincoln School of Art and Antwerp. 
Address : Tongue Ghyll, Grasmere, R.S.O., 
Westmorland. Club : Arts. 

[Died 10 Aug. 1915. 

BRAMPTON, 1st Baron ; of Brampton in the 
County of Huntingdon; cr. 1899; Sir 
Henry Hawkins; cr. K.B. 1876; P.C., 
Judge of Queen's Bench Division of the High 
Court, 1876-98 ; b. 14 Sept. 1817 ; e. s. of 
John Hawkins, Hitchin, Herts ; m. 1887, 
Jane Louisa, d. of late H. F. Reynolds of 
Hulme, Lanes. Educ. : Bedford. Special 
pleader ; Barr. May 1843 ; went the Old 
Home Circuit ; Q.C. 1858 ; appointed judge 
of Q.B. Division, Nov. 1876 ; transferred by 
sign-manual to Exchequer Division in same 
month ; for a long time one of the leaders of 
the Old Home Circuit ; Bencher of Middle 
Temple : Heir : none. Recreation : mem- 
ber of the Jockey Club. Address : 5 Tilney 
Street, Park Lane, W. Clubs : Carlton, Turf, 
Arthur's, Athenaeum. [Died 6 Oct. 1907. 

BRAMWELL, Sir Frederick Joseph, 1st Bt. ; cr. 
1889 ; D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S. ; Civil Engineer ; 
Civilian Member of Ordnance Committee 
from commencement, 1881 ; b. London, 
7 Mar. 1818 ; y. s. of George Bramwell, 
Banker ; m. 1st cousin, Leonora Frith, 1847. 
Educ. : Palace School, Enfleld. Appren- 
ticed to John Hague, mechanical engineer, 
1834 ; then chief draughtsman ; manager 
of an engineering factory ; commenced busi- 
ness as a Civil Engineer, 1853 ; Associate, 
Institution of Civil Engineers, 1856 ; Presi- 
dent, 1884-85 ; President, Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, 1874-75 ; Chairman, 
Executive Committee, Inventions Exhibition, 
1884 ; President, British Association, 1888. 
Recreations : arm-chair, books, arithmetical 
problems, billiards (note : not playing 
billiards, but playing at billiards), very 
occasional yachting. Heir : none. Address : 
1A Hyde Park Gate, S.W. ; Four Elms, Kent ; 
5 Great George Street, Westminster, S.W. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Carlton. 

[Died 30 Nov. 1903. 

BRAND, Hon. Charles, J.P. ; M.F.H. South- 
down from 1881 to 1903 ; b. I May 1855 ; 
y. s. of 1st Viscount Hampden [formerly 
Speaker, House of Commons] ; m. Alice, d. 
of His Excellency Silvain Van der Weyer, 
1878 ; one s. three d. Educ. : Rugby. 
Coldstream Guards, 1873-80. Recreations : 
cricket, fox-hunting, shooting. Address : 
Little'dene, Lewes, Sussex. Clubs : Guards', 
Turf. [Died 25 Aug. 1912. 

BRAND, Sir David ; Kt. ; cr. 1907 ; Sheriff of 
Ayr from 1885 ; Chairman Crofters' Com- 
mission from 1886 ; was Chairman of the 
84 



Royal Commission (Highlands and Islands), 
1892-95 ; Member of the Congested Dis- 
tricts (Scotland) Board from 1897 ; a 
Commissioner of Northern Lighthouses from 
1885 ; became Advocate at Scots Bar, 1864 ; 
Advocate-Depute, 1880-85 ; b. 27 Dec. 1837 ; 
e. s. of late Robert Brand, Merchant, Glas- 
gow, and Elizabeth Thomson, Edinburgh ; m. 
1877, Elizabeth Findlay Dalziel, Paisley ; one 
s. three d. Educ. : Glasgow Academy, 
University of Glasgow, Univ. of Edinburgh, 
and University of Heidelberg. Doctor 
Utriusque Juris, University of Heidelberg. 
Publications : Joint Editor of Courtof Session 
Act, 1868 Address : 42 Coates Gardens, 
Edinburgh. Clubs : National Liberal ; Scot- 
tish Liberal, Edinburgh. 

[Died 22 Jan. 1908. 

BRAND, James, I.S.O. ; b. 21 Oct. 1843 ; 2nd 
s. of late Capt. W. H. Brand, R.N., who as 
a Midshipman served on H.M.S. " Revenge " 
at Trafalgar, and Christina Cecilia, 2nd d. 
of J. Greig, Procurator-Fiscal of Shetland ; 
m. 1876, Emily Catherine, 4th d. of George 
Edwards of Streatham ; one d. Educ. : 
Royal Naval School, New Cross. Entered 
Admiralty, 1864 ; transferred to Exchequer 
and Audit Office, 1872; retired, 1906. 
Recreations : photography, gardening, read- 
ing. Address : 130 Burnt Ash Hill, S.E. 

[Died 20 May 1907. 

BRANDIS, Sir Dietrich, K.C.I.E. ; cr. 1887 ; 
F.R.S. ; b. 1824 ; s. of Dr. C. A. Brandis 
Professor of Philosophy, Bonn ; m. 1854, 
Rachel Shepherd (d. 1863), d. of Dr. Marsh- 
man of Bengal ; 2nd ; 1867, Katherine, d. 
of Dr. Rudolph Hasse of Bonn ; three s. 
one d. Educ. : Copenhagen, Gottingen, 
and Bonn Universities. Appointed by 
Lord Dalhousie Superintendent of Forests 
in Pegu, 1856. Inspector- General of Forests 
to Indian Government, 1864-83. Address : 
Bonn, Germany. [Died 28 May 1907. 

BRANDRAM, Rosina, principal contralto 
Savoy Theatre ; b. London ; d. of late 
William Moult. Educ. : Havre, France. 
Created all the principal contralto parts in 
the Gilbert and Sullivan operas since 
lolanthe ; under Mr. D'Oyly Carte's manage- 
ment played in comic operas at Opera 
Comique and Savoy Theatres and all prin- 
cipal tpwns in British Isles and U.S.A. 
Recreations : reading, fancy work. Ad- 
dress : 42 Gordon Mansions, Gordon Square, 
W.C. [Died 28 Feb. 1907. 

BRANFOOT, Surgeon-General Sir Arthur 
Mudge, K.C.I.E., cr. 1911; C.I.E. 1898; 
M.B. London. ; F.R.C.S. ; L.R.C.P. ; Presi- 
dent Medical Board India Office, 1904-1913 ; 
b. 27 Feb. 1848; s. of late Jonathan H. 
Branfoot, M.D. ; m. 1st, Alice Stewart, d. 
of Deputy Surgeon-General G. S. W. Ogg ; 
two d. ; 2nd, Lucy Innes, d. of H. R. P. 
Carter, C.E. ; one s. one d. Educ. : Epsom 
College ; Guy's Hospital. Entered Indian 
Medical Service, 1872 ; Col. 1898 ; retired 
1903. Address : The Barn, Long Park, 
Chesham Bois, Bucks. Club : East India 
United Service. [Died 17 March 1914. 

BRAYBROOKE, 5th Baron (cr. 1788), Charles 
Cornwallis Neville, J.P., D.L., M.A. ; Ex- 
Vice-Lieut, of Essex ; b. 29 Aug. 1823 ; 
s. of 3rd Baron and Jane, d. of 2nd Marquis 
Cornwallis ; S. brother 1861 ; m. Florence, 
3rd d. of 3rd Viscount Hawarden, 1849. 
Educ. : Eton ; Magdalene Coll. Camb. 
Heir : b. Rev. Latimer, b. 1827. Address : 
Audley End, Saffron Walden. Clubs : 
Carlton, Travellers'. [Died 7 June 1902. 

BRAYBROOKE, 6th Baron (cr. 1788), Rev. 
Latimer Neville, M.A. ; Master Magdalene 
Coll. Camb. from 1853 : Hon. Canon St. 
Albans from 1873 ; Rector of Heydon, 
Cambridgeshire, from 1851; b. 22 April 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



1827 ; *. of 3rd Baron and Jane, d. of 2nd 
Marquis Cornwallis ; S. brother 1902 ; m 
1853, Lucy Frances, d. of John T. Le Mar- 
chant. Educ. : Eton and Magdalene Coll. 
Camb. (2nd Cl. Classical Tripos, 1849), 
Vice-Chancellor Camb. 1860-61 ; formerly 
Fellow Magdalene Coll. Camb. ; Proctor in 
Convocation, Diocese St. Albans, 1887-95 
Rural Dean, Saffron Walden, 1875-97 
Heir: s. Hon. Henry Neville; [b. 1855 
m. 1898, Emilie Pauline, y. d. of late 
Antoine Gonin of the Chateau de Condamine, 
Macon, France]. Recreation: was in Eton 
XI., 1844. Address : Audley End, Saffron 
Walden ; Magdalene Coll. Camb. ; Heydon 
Rectory, Royston. [Died 12 Jan. 1904. 

BRAYN, Sir Richard, Kt., cr. 1911 ; Home 
Office Expert in Lunacy ; Member of Council 
of Supervision, Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic 
Asylum ; b. 1850 ; *. of J. G. Brayn, 
Market Drayton ; m. 1878, Laura, d. of 
Deputy Inspector-General Fysher Negus, 
R.N. ; one s. one d. Educ. : Wem Gram- 
mar School ; privately ; King's College, 
London. M.R.C.S. Eng., 1873 ; L.R C P 
London, 1874; L.S.A. 1874; Associate, 
King's College, London, 1874; Assistant 
Surgeon in the following prisons Ports- 
mouth, 1875 ; Millbank, 1876 ; Wormwood 
Scrubbs, 1879; Medical Officer at the 
following prisons Pentonville, 1879 ; Wok- 
ing, 1882 ; Parkhurst, 1889 ; Governor and 
Medical Officer, Woking Prison, 1889 ; 
Governor and Medical Officer, Aylesbury 
Prison, 1895 ; Medical Superintendent, 
Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum, 1896- 
1910 ; Member of Home Office Committee 
on Inebriate Reformatories, 1899 ; Foreign 
Associated Member of Socie'te' Clinique de 
Medicine . Mentale, Paris, 1908. Publica- 
tions : Care and Supervision of the Criminal 
Insane (Journal of Mental Science, 1901). 
Recreations : shooting, horticulture, golf. 
Address : Gledholt, Hereford Road, South- 
sea. Clubs : Royal Albert Yacht, Southsea ; 
several golf. [Died 12 March 1912. 

BRAZZA, Pierre Paul Francois Camille de, 
Count de Savorgnan ; b. on a vessel in 
harbour of Rip de Janeiro, 26 Jan. 1852. 
Educ. : Jesuits' College : Paris. Served 
French Navy ; naturalised as a Frenchman, 
1874 ; sent to explore the basin of the river 
Ogowe, Western Africa, 1875 ; sent another 
expedition by African Association of France, 
1879, and founded towns of Francheville 
and Brazzaville ; sent by Government to 
consolidate French authority, 1883 ; made 
Commissary-General of the new settlements, 
1886 ; led another expedition, 1891 ; re- 
turned to France, 1897. Address : Rue de 
Matignon, 23 VHIe, Paris. 

[Died 14 Sept. 1905. 

BREAKSPEARE, W. A., Member of Society 
of Oil Painters. Address : I The Mall 
Park Road, Haverstock Hill, N.W. 

[Died 8 May 1914. 

BREE, Rt. Rev. Herbert, D.D., Bishop of 
Barbados from 1882 ; b. 1828 ; s. of John 
Bree, Emerald, Keswick ; m. 2nd, Mary, 
d. of William Newland, Bramley, Surrey, 
1866. Ordained 1852; Curate of Drink- 
stone, Suffolk, 1851-54 ; Wolverstone Suf- 
folk, 1854-58 ; Rector of Harkstead, 1858- 
1865 ; Curate of Long Melford, 1865-70 ; 
Rector of Brampton, Huntingdon, 1870-82. 
Address : Bishop's Court, Bridgetown, 
Barbados. Club : Oxford and Cambridge. 

[Died 26 Feb. 1899. 

BRENAN, James, R.H.A., M.R.I.A., A.R.C.A. 
(Lond.) ; b. Dublin, 1837 ; e. s. of late 
Thomas Brenan ; m. Frances Anne, e. d. of 
late John Williams ; Macroom, County Cork. 
Educ. : Mr. Strong's School, Peter Street, 
and Rev. Dr. Stuart's School, Temple Street, 
Dublin. Worked, for^a time in London at 



BREWER 

decorative art under the late Owen Jones 
and Sir M. D. Wyatt ; joined the Depart- 
ment of Science and Art ; Headmaster, 
C01 * School of Art, 1860-89; late Head- 
master Metropolitan School of Art, Kildare 
Street, Dublin ; took an active part in the 
Cork Exhibition of 1883, and established 
the series of convent classes in drawing and 
design in the south of Ireland, which had 
such an important bearing on the lace 
^7e Stry ivi A t : B " H - A " 187 6; Academician, 
ifla' M e . ber of R yal Irish Academy 
1889. Publications : Lecture on the Modern 
Irish Lace Industry, published by the Arts 
and Crafts Society, Dublin. Recreations : 
reading, sketching, cycling. Address : 140 
Leinster Road, Rathmines, Dublin. 

BRETHERTON, Major 



I.S.C., F.R.G.S. ; Supply & Transport 
Corps, on special duty, Sikkim, from 1903 ; 
b. Gloucester, 1860; s. of late Edward 
Bretherton of Clifton, Bristol, and S 
Georgiana, d. of late W. Barton Brice ; m. 
Katherine Murray, e. d. of Major.-Gen. R. D 
Campbell. Educ. : privately. Joined Royal 
Irish Regiment, 1882 ; in " Queen's i Own " 
Corps of Guides, 1884-87 ; on special duty, 
Gilgit, 1893-97, and in Kashmir, 1897-1903 
(services acknowledged by Government) ; 
served with 1st and 2nd Miranzai Expedi- 
tions, 1891 (despatches, medal with clasp) ; 
Chitral Expedition, 1895 (despatches, medal 
with clasp, D.S.O.); Tirah Expedition, 
1897-98 (despatches, 2 clasps). Decorated 
for services during investment of Mastuj 
Fort by Chitralis. Recreations : shooting, 
riding, fishing, travelling. Address: Sik- 
kim. Club : Junior Army and Navy. 

[Died 26 July 1904. 

BRETON, Jules, Hon. Foreign Academician, 
b. Courrieres, Pas-de-Calais, 1 May 1827. 
Studied under Drolling and M. F. Devigne. 
Legion of Honour, 1861 ; Commander, 
1889 ; elected member of Acade"mie des 
Beaux-Arts, 1886. Publications : Poems ; 
Autobiography ; La vie d'un artiste ; 
Savarette ; Nos peintres du siecle ; Belphine 
Bernard (biographic de) ; La Peinture ; Un 
peintre paysan. Address : rue de Long- 
champ, 136 xvb Paris. [Died 5 July 1906. 
BRETT, Major Charles Arthur Hugh, D.S.O. ; 
the Suffolk Regiment ; b. 28 March 1865 ; 
*. of late Lieut.-Col. Arthur Brett, A.P.D. 
(formerly 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's 
Bays) ; m. 1909, Enid Geraldine, e. d. of 
late Lt.-Col. H. H. St. George. Entered 
army, 1885 ; Captain, 1894 ; Adjutant 1st 
Batt. Suffolk Regiment, 1895-99 ; Adjutant 
4th Batt., 1900 ; Major, 1906 ; served Hazara 
Expedition, 1888 (medal with clasp) ; South 
Africa, 1899-1900 (severely wounded, des- 
patches, D.S.O. , medal with three clasps). 
Address : Bury St. Edmunds. 

[Died 3 Sept. 1914. 

BRETT, John, A.R.A. 1881. Pre-Raphaelite 
painter ; works chiefly sea and coast land- 
scapes. Address : Daisyfield, Putney Heath 
Lane, S.W. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 7 Jan. 1902. 

BRETT, Sir Wilford, K.C.M.G. ; cr. 1864; 
b. 1824 ; widower. Entered Army, 1840 ; 
served Ceylon, North America, Malta ; 
retired 1869. Address : Moore Place, 
Esher. Club : National Union. 

[Died 30 Oct. 1901. 

BREWER. David J., Justice Supreme Court of 
the United States since 1890 ; b. Smyrna, 
Asia Minor ; 2nd s. of Rev. Josiah Brewer, 
and Emilia, d. of Rev. Dr. David Dudley, 
Field ; m. 1st, 1861, Louise R. Landon, 
Burlington, Vermont (d. 1898) ; 2nd, 1901, 
Emma M. Mott, Chateaugay, N.Y. Educ. : 
Yale University. A.B. 1856; A.M. 1859; 
LL.D. 1886, Iowa College ; 1888, Washburn 
85 



BREWER 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897^1916 



College; 1891, Yale University; 1900 
University of Wisconsin ; 1901, Wesleyan 
Univ. Justice Supreme Court, Kansas 
1870-84 j Judge U.S. Circuit Court, 1884-90 
President Venezuela Boundary Commis 
sion, 1896 ; member Venezuela Arbitration 
Tribunal, 1898 ; Lecturer, Yale University 
on Responsibilities of Citizenship, Dodge 
Endowment, 1901 ; Orator, Yale Univ. 
Bicentennial, 1901. Publications : Opinions 
in Law Reports. Address : Washington, D.C 
[Died 29 March 1910 

BREWER, Rev. E. Cobham, LL.D. 1840 
Literary Virtuoso and Historian ; ft. London 
2 May 1810 ; the 15th of 24 children ; m 
Ellen, d. of Rev. Francis Tebbutt, of Hove 
Educ. : Trin. Hall, Camb. Publications . 
Guide to Science 1848 (45th ed. 1896) 
Guide to English History, 1849 (63rd ed 
1896) ; History of Rome, 1858 ; of Greece 
1859 ; of the Old Testament, 1858 ; of the 
New Testament, 1860 ; Theology in Science, 
1860; Political, Domestic, and Literary 
History of France, 1864 (do. of Germany 
1881) ; Dictionary of Phrase and Fable 
1868 ; a new and enlarged edition, 1894 ; 
The Reader's Handbook, 1880 ; La Clef de 
la Science. Recreation : gardening. Ad- 
dress : Edwinstowe, Newark, Notts. 

[Died 6 March 1897. 

BREWITT, Rev. James C., President of the 
United Methodist Free Churches, 1899 ; 
Secretary of U.M.F.C. Evangelic Mission ; 
b. 24 March 1843 ; 2nd s. of late J. C. 
Brewltt, Sleaford, Lines; m. Mary Eliza- 
beth, d. of late E. Taylor, Cley next the Sea, 
Norfolk. Educ. : Middle-Class Boarding 
School, Nottingham. Entered the ministry 
of the U.M.F.C. 1863. Had pastorates in 
Holt, Wisbech, Bristol, Burnley, Leeds, 
Southport, Nottingham, Norwich, Darling- 
ton, Cleckheaton, Barrow-in-Furness ; for 
several years a Comnnttee and Conference 
Official. Publications : A few Sermons and 
Articles. Address : Hawcoat Lane, Abbey 
Road, Barrow-in-Furness. 

[Died 13 Apr. 1905. 

BREWTNALL, Edward F., R.W.S. Address : 
32 Fairfax Road, Bedford Park, W. 

[Died 13 Nov. 1902. 

BREYMANN, Dr. Hermann Wilhelm, Professor 
of Romance Philology University of Munich ; 
LL.D. Victoria University, Manchester. 
Publications : Les deux livres des Machabe"es, 
1868 ; On Modern Languages, 1872 ; La 
dime de pe"nitance, 1874 ; A French Gram- 
mar, 1874 ; On Provencal Literature, 1875 ; 
Sprachwissenschaft und Neuere Sprachen, 
1876 ; Diez' Leben und Werke, 1878 ; 
Lehre vom franzosischen Verb, 1882 ; Diez' 
kleinere Arbeiten, 1883 ; Ueber Lautphy- 
siologie, 1884 ; Zur Reform des neusprach- 
lichen Unterrichts, 1884 ; Franzos. Element- 
Grammat, 1884; Franzos. Element-Uebungs- 
buch, 1884 ; Wiinsche und Hoffnungen, 
1885 ; Franz. Grammatik, 1885-86 ; Franz. 
Uebungsbuch, 1885-87 ; Marlowe's Faustus, 
1889 ; Beitraege z. roman. u. engl. Philol. 
1889 ff .: Friedr. Diez. 1894; die neuspr. 
Reform-Literatur, 1895, 1900, 1905 ; die 
phonet. Lit. 1897 ; Franz Lehr und Ubungs- 
buch fur Gymnasien, 1903 ; Die Calderon- 
Bibliographie, 1905. Address: Aimnillcrstr, 
30, Munchen. [Died 10 Sept. 1910. 

BRICE, Seward, M.A., LL.D. London ; K.C. ; 
ft. 1846 ; m. Gertrude, d. of late Henry 
Berens of Edgbaston, 1888 ; one s. Educ. : 
University Coll. London ; Bencher, Inner 
Temple, 1894. Publications : The Law 
relating to Public Worship, 1876 ; The Law 
Practice, and Procedure relating to Patents, 
Designs, and Trade Marks, 1884 ; A Treatise 
on the Doctrine of Ultra Vires, 3rd ed. 
1893 ; The Law of Tramways and Light 
Railways, 2nd ed. 1902. Address : 14 Old 
86 



Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. ; Stock Ex- 
change Buildings, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Clubs : Conservative ; Rand, Johannesburg. 
[Died 18 Dec. 1914. 

BRIDGE, Sir John, Xt., cr. 1890 ; J.P. ; ft. 
1824 ; m. Ada Louisa, d. of George Bridge, 
1857. Educ. : Trin. Coll. Oxford. Barr. 
Inner Temple, 1850 ; Chief Police Magistrate 
for London to 1889. Address : 50 Inverness 
Terrace, W. : Headley Grove, Epsom. 
Clubs : Athenreum, Reform. 

[Died 26 Apr. 1900. 

BRIDGE, Thomas William, M.Sc. (Birm.), 
Sc.D. (Cantab), F.R.S., F.L.S., F.Z.S. ; 
Mason Professor of Zoology and Comparative 
Anatomy in the University of Birmingham ; 
at one time Demonstrator of Comparative 
Anatomy in the University of Cambridge, 
and Professor of Zoology at the Royal 
College of Science, Dublin ; ft. Birmingham, 
5 Nov. 1848 ; e. s. of Thomas Bridge and 
Lucy, d. of late Thomas Crosbee of Birming- 
ham ; unmarried. Educ. : Private School, 
Birmingham ; Midland Institute and Trinity 
College, Camb. (Foundation Scholar). Pub- 
lications : Papers and memoirs on zoological 
subjects, principally on the anatomy of 
fishes, published in the Proceedings and 
Transactions of the Royal Society, the 
Proceedings and Transactions of the Zoo- 
logical Society, Journal of the Linnean 
Society, the Journal of Anatomy and Physi- 
ology, Proceedings of the Birmingham 
Philosophical Society, etc. Address : Fern- 
dale, Selly Park ; The University, Birming- 
ham. [Died 30 June 1909. 
BRIDGER, Rev. John; Vicar of Rainford, 
Lancashire ; Hon. Canon of Liverpool ; 
Commissary to the Bishop of Qu'Appelle. 
Superintendent emigrant Chaplain for twenty- 
eight years in connection with the S.P.C.K. 
at Liverpool ; formerly worked abroad 
under the S.P.G. in British Guiana and the 
Sandwich Islands. Publications : Articles, 
etc., on Colonization and Emigration. 
Address: Rainford Vicarage, St. Helens, 
Lanes. [Died 20 July 1911. 
BRIDGES, The Rev. Sir George Talbot, S.J., 
8th Bt., cr. 1718 ; ft. 1818 ; S. cousin, 
1895 ; unmarried. Heir : none. 

[Died 27 Nov. 1899. 

BRIDGES, John Henry; 6. Old Newton, 
Suffolk. 11 Oct. 1832; *. of Rev. Charles 
Bridges ; m. 1869, Mary Alice, d. of G. B. 
Hadwen, Kebroyd, Halifax. Educ. : Rugby; 
Wadham College, Oxford. Fellow of Oriel 
College, 1855-60; Member of College of 
Surgeons, 1860 ; Fellow of College of 
Phy&icians, 1866 ; Physician to Bradford 
Infirmary, 1861-69 ; Medical Inspector of 
Local Government Board, 1869-92. Publica- 
tions : Richelieu and Colbert, 1866 ; trans- 
lator of Comte's General View of Positivism, 
1865 ; Unity of Comte's Life and Doctrine 
(letter to J. S. Mill), 1866 ; joint translator 
of Comte's Positive Polity, 1875 ; part 
author of New Calendar of Great Men, 1892 ; 
editor of Opus Majus of Roger Bacon, 1897- 
1900. Address : 2 Park Place Gardens, 
Paddington, W. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 15 June 1906. 

BRIDGES, Brig.-General William Throsby, 
C.M.G. 1907 ; Inspector- General Common- 
wealth Military Forces from 1914 ; ft. 18 
Feb. 1861 ; s. of Captain W. W. S. Bridges 
R.N. ; m. 1885, Edith Lilian Francis. Educ.: 
Trinity College School, Port Hope, Canada ; 
R.M.C. Kingston, Canada. Served South 
Africa, 1899-1900 (Queen's medal, 3 clasps) ; 
A.Q.M.G. Headquarters, Commonwealth 
Military Fprces, 1902 ; Chief of Intelligence, 
1905 ; Chief of General Staff, 1909 ; Com- 
mandant Royal Military College of Australia, 
1910-14. Address : Victoria Barracks, 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BRIGHT 



Melbourne. Clubs : Australian, Sydney ; 
Melbourne, Melbourne. 

[Died 20 May 1915. 

BRIDGEWATER, Francis Matthew ; news- 
paper proprietor ; acting owner of The 
Financial Times, and other newspapers ; 
also of St. Clement's Press ; b. Cheltenham, 
1851 ; educated there. Address : 7 Mares- 
field Gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 

[Died 14 June 1915. 

BRIDGFORD, Col. Sir Robert, K.C.B., cr. 
1902 ; C.B. 1885 ; 2nd Vol. Batt. Man- 
chester Regiment ; b. 1836. Address : 
Beech Lawn, Whalley Range, Manchester ; 
Fownhope Court, Hereford. Club : Con- 
servative. [Died 13 May 1905. 

BRIDPORT, 1st Viscount (cr. 1868), Alexander 
Nelson Hood, G.C.B., D.L., J.P. ; Baron 
Briclport, 1794; Duke of Bronte" (in Italy) 

1799 [1st Baron was Admiral Viscount 
Bridport] ; Hon. Equerry to H.M. ; b. 23 
Dec. 1814 ; *. of 2nd Baron ; g. s. of 1st 
Earl Nelson: S. father 1868; m. 1838, 
Lady Mary Hill (d. 1884), 2nd d. of 3rd 
Marquess of Downshire. Entered army, 

11831 ; Col. Scots Guards ; General 1877, 
retired, 1881 ; Groom-in-Waiting to Queen 
Victoria, 1841 ; Equerry, 1857-84 : Clerk 
Marshal to the Prince Consort ; Lord-in- 
Waiting, 1884-1901. Owned land in England 
and Sicily. Heir : s. Hon. Arthur Hood. 
Address: Royal Lodge, Great Park, 
Windsor ; Castello di Maniace, Sicily. 
Clubs : Carlton, Travellers' ; Bronte". 
[Died 4 June 1904. 

BRIERLEY, J:, B.A. London ; Author and 
Journalist ; b. Leicester, 1843 ; father, 
woollen manufacturer ; m. Selina, d. of 
James Crossley, Leicester; four s. one d. 
Educ. : private school ; New College, 
London ; London University. Congrega- 
tional minister, Torrington, N. Devon, 
1871-76 ; Leytonstone, 1876-80 ; Balham, 
1882-86 ; resigned public ministry from 
failure of health and resided four years on 
the Continent, studying theology and general 
literature ; spent some time in European 
and Eastern travel, and returned to England, 
1891 ; then resided in London ; while 
abroad commenced writing religious and 
literary essays for the Christian World 
newspaper ; some volumes of these, notably 
Ourselves and the Universe and Studies of the 
Soul, went through many editions and have 
been translated into German and Swedish. 
Publications : Ourselves and the Universe ; 
Studies of the Soul ; The Common Life ; 
Problems of Living ; The Eternal Religion ; 
Sidelights on Religion ; Aspects of the 
Spiritual ; Our City of God ; Life and the 
Ideal ; From Philistia. Recreations : read- 
ing, chess, foreign travel, cycling. Address : 
Helensleigh, Dean Road, Willesden Green, 
N.W. Clubs : National Liberal, Eclectic. 

[Died 8 Feb. 1914. 

BRIGG, Sir John, Kt., cr. 1909 ; D.L., M.P. (L.) 
.Keighley Division of Yorkshire, West Riding, 
from 1895 ; Advisory Board of United 
Counties Bank ; Director of Leeds and 
Liverpool Canal ; b. Guardhouse, Keighley, 
21 Sept. 1834 ; s. of John Brigg and Margaret 
Ann (Marriner) ; m. 1860, Mary, d. of 
William Anderton, Bingley ; four *. one d. 
Educ. : Mr. Payne, Dewsbury. Actively 
engaged in worsted business till 1890. 
Helped to found Keighley Trade School and 
reorganise Girls' Grammar School. Publica- 
tions : Scientific pamphlets and papers in 
British Association. Recreations : natural 
science, shooting, travel. Address : Kild- 
wick Hall, Keighley. Clubs : National 
Liberal; Liberal Clubs, Bradford and 
Keighley. [Died 30 Sept. 1911. 

BRIGGS,Prof. Charles Augustus, D.D., Prince- 
ton, Edin., Williams Glasgow ; D. Litt. Oxon. ; 



Graduate Prof, of Theological Encyclopedia 
and. Symbolics, Union Theological Seminary, 
N.Y. City ; b. New York, 15 Jan. 1841 ; s. 
of Alanson Tuthil Briggs and Sarah Mead 
Berrian, both of American colonial ancestry ; 
m. Julie Valentine Dobbs ; two s. three d. 
Educ. : University of Virginia ; Union 
Theological Seminary, New York ; Univer- 
sity of Berlin under Dorner and Rodiger. 
Pastor of Presbyterian Church, Roselle, N. J. 
1870-74; Prof, of Hebrew and Cognate 
Languages, Union Theological Seminary, 
1874-91 ; of Biblical Theology, 1891-1904. 
Ordained Priest P.E.Ch. 1899. Publications : 
Biblical Study, 1883 ; American Presby- 
terianism, 1885 ; Messianic Prophecy, 1886 ; 
Whither? 1889; Biblical History, 1890; 
Authority of Holy Scripture, 1891 ; The 
Bible, The Church, and The Reason, 1892 ; 
The Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch, 
1893 ; The Messiah of the Gospels, 1894 ; 
The Messiah of the Apostles, 1895 ; General 
Introduction to the Study of Holy Scripture, 
1899 ; The Incarnation of our Lord, 1903 ; 
New Light on the Life of Jesus, 1904; 
Ethical Teaching of Jesus, 1904; Com- 
mentary on the Psalms, 1906-7 ; The 
Papal Commission and the Pentateuch, with 
Baron F. V9n Hiigel, 1906 ; Church Unity, 
1909 ; originator and American editor of 
International Theological Library and Inter- 
national Commentary ; joint author with 
F. Brown and S. R. Driver of new Hebrew 
Lexicon. Address : Broadway, and 120th 
Street, New York. Club : Century, N.Y. 

[Died 8 June 1913. 

BRIGGS, Ernest Edward, R.I. ; artist; b. 
Broughty Ferry, 12 Jan. 1866 ; 8. of Henry 
Currer Briggs and Catherine Shepherd of 
Wakefleld ; m. Mary Cooper of Clayton, 
Doncaster ; three d. Educ. : London Uni- 
versity College School ; Yorkshire College, 
Leeds, where he studied mining engineering ; 
gave up the latter for the career of an artist, 
studying at the Slade School under Prof. 
Legros and in Italy ; exhibited pictures 
from 1891 in the Royal Academy. Publica- 
tion : Angling and Art in Scotland, 1909. 
Recreations : angling and golf. Address : 
Dalbeathie, Dunkeld, Perthshire. Clubs: 
Arts, St. John's Wood Arts, Fly Fishers'. 

[Died 8 Sept. 1913. 

BRIGGS, Sir John Henry, Kt., cr. 1870 ; s. 
of Sir John ThomasjBriggs ; b. 1808 ; m. 
1st, Amelia, d. of L. 'Hopkinson ; 2nd, 1889, 
Elizabeth, d. of James Gruar. Educ. : 
Westminster. Reader to Board of Admiralty 
for 25 years ; knighted on retirement from 
the post of chief clerk at Admiralty after 
44 years service, during the last 5 as chief 
clerk Address : 6 Elm Park Road, South 
Kensington, S.W. [Died 26 Feb. 1897. 

BRIGHT, Charles Edward, C.M.G. 1883; b. 
1829 ; *. of late Robert Bright, Abbots 
Leigh, Bristol ; m. Hon. Anna Maria 
Georgiana Manners-Sutton, d. of 3rd Vis- 
count Canterbury, 1868; three s. one d. 
Educ Winchester. Commissioner to 
Exhibition of London, 1862 ; Dublin, 1865 ; 
Melbourne, 1866-67 ; London, 1873 ; Mel- 
bourne, 1880 ; Calcutta, 1883 ; Adelaide, 
1887 ; Melbourne, 1888 ; twice chairman 
of Melbourne Harbour Trust, and for many 
years one of trustees of Public Library and 
National Gallery, Melbourne; Member of 
Board of Advice Agent-General for Victoria 
from 1892. Address : .Manor House 
Elstree, Herts. Clubs : Wmdham, City of 
London, Hurlingham. [1MW Jftfy 191B . 

BRIGHT, Right Hon. Jacob, P.O., J.P. ; b. 

1821 * of late Jacob Bright, bro. of John 
Bright; m. 1855, Ursula, d. of Joseph 
Mellor, merchant, Liverpool. Educ. : Friends 
School York. Chairman of John Bright 

87 



BRIGHT 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



and Bros, of Rochdale; M.P. for Man- 
chester (L.), 1867-74, 1876-85 ; S.W. Div. 
of Manchester, 1886-95 ; retired * 1895 ; 
gave great attention and support to all 
efforts for improvement of position of 
women as regards property rights and legal, 
civil, and political disabilities. Recreations : 
travelling, horseback exercise. Address 31 
St. James's Place, S.W. ; The Lodge, Esher, 
Surrey. Clubs : Reform, National Liberal ; 
Reform, Manchester. [Died 7 Nov. 1899 

BRIGHT, Rev. William, D.D. ; Regius Pro- 
fessor of Ecclesiastical History and Canon 
of Christ Church, Oxford, from 1868, and 
sub-Dean from 1895 ; Proctor for the Chapter 
in Convocation from 1878 ; b. 14 Dec. 1824 
*. of William Bright, Town-Clerk, Doncaster. 
Educ. : Rugby, 1837-43 ; University College, 
Oxford. 1st Class Lit. Hum. 1846 ; John- 
son's Theological Scholar, 1847 ; Fellow and 
afterwards Tutor, 1843-68; Theological 
Tutor of Trin. Coll. Glenalmond, N.B., 1851- 
1858 ; Proctor for the Chapter in Convoca- 
tion, 1878-1900. Publications: Hymns and 
other Verses ; Ancient Collects selected from 
Various Rituals, 6th ed. 1867 ; The Roman 
Claims tested by Antiquity, 1877; History 
of the Church from A.D. 313 to 451, 5th ed. 
1888; Chapters of Early English Church 
History, 3rd ed. 1897 ; Lessons from the 
Lives of Three Great Fathers, 2nd ed. 1891 ; 
Waymarks in Church History, 1894; The 
Roman See in the Early Church, and other 
Studies, 1896 ; Sow a Aspects of Primitive 
Church Life, 1898; Notes on Canons of 
First Four Councils, 1882 ; The Incarnation 
as a Motive Power, 1891 ; Morality in 
Doctrine, 1892 ; The Law of Faith, 1898 ; 
lona and other Verses, 1885 ; Addresses on 
Seven Sayings from the Cross, 1887 ; Private 
and Family Prayers ; some reprints of 
Treatises of Fathers and Early Church 
Historians with introductions : transla- 
tions from St. Athanasius and St. Leo the 
Great; Faith and Life, readings comniled 
from Ancient Writers, 2nd ed. 1866 ; ~ Co- 
editor with Rev. P. G. Medd of Latin Version 
of Book of Common Prayer. Address : 
Christ Church, Oxford. 

[Died 16 March 1901. 

BRIGHT, William Robert, C.S.I. 1901 ; Opium 
Agent, Behar, from 1902 ; b. 15 Aug. 1857 ; 
e. s. of Gen. Sir R. O. Bright, G.C.B. ; m. 
1883, Ellen Theophila, d. of C. T. Metcalfe, 
C.S.I. Educ. : Winchester, Balliol Coll. 
Oxford. Passed for the Indian Civil Service, 
1878 ; went to India, 1880 ; served in various 
capacities until May 1897, when he became 
chairman, Calcutta Corporation ; had to 
resign in consequence of ill-health, Sept. 
1900 ; Inspector-Gen. Police, Bengal, 1900- 
1902. Recreations : tennis, golf, riding, etc. 
Address : Bankipur, Bengal. Clubs : U.S., 
Tollyganj, Golf, Calcutta ; Darjiling ; Clifton 
Golf. [Died 11 May 1908. 

BRINCKMAN, Sir Theodore Henry, 2nd Bt., 
cr. 1831 ; Capt., retired 1855 ; D.L. ; s 
of 1st Bt. and Charlotte, *. of 8th Duke of 
Leeds ; b. 1830 ; S. father 1880 ; m. 1861, 
Lady Cecilia, d. of 2nd Marquis Conyngham, 
K.P. (d. 1877). Educ. : Eton. Ensign 
17th Foot, 1849 ; M.P. Canterbury, 1868- 
1874. Owned about 2500 acres. Heir: 
s. Col. Theodore. Address : 34 Grosvenor 
Street, W. ; St. Leonard's, Windsor. Clubs : 
Army and Navy, Garrick, Turf. 

[Died 7 May 1905. 

BRINK LEY, Captain Frank, Foreign adviser to 
Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Tokyo correspondent 
to the Times ; proprietor and editor of 
Japan Mail from 1881 ; b. 1841 ; commanded 
Royal Artillery in Japan, 1867 ; Principal 
Instructor Marine Artillery College, Tokyo, 
1871 ; Prof, of Mathematics at Imperial 
Engineering College, Tokyo; Third Class 



Orders of Rising Sun and Sacred Treasure. 
Publications : Japan, 1901 ; Japan and 
China, 1903 ; Unabridged Japanese-English 
Dictionary ; Japan, in Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica ; Gagaku H'tori Annai. . Address : 3 
Hiro-cho Azabu, Tokyo. 

[Died 22 Oct. 1912. 

BRISCO, Sir Musgrave Horton, 4th Bt., cr. 
1782 ; J.P., D.L. ; President Mid Cumber- 
land Conservative Association ; County 
Alderman ; Chairman Wigton Bench of 
Magistrates ; b. 11 Aug. 1833 ; m. 1867, 
Mary, d. of Sir W. H. Feilden, 2nd Bt. ; one 
*. two d. S. father 1884. Educ. : Win- 
chester. Owned about 4000 acres. Recrea- 
tion : general sportsman. Heir : s. Hylton, 
b. 1871. Address: Crofton Hall, Wigton, 
Cumberland. [Died 19 Dec. 1909. 

BRISE, Colonel Sir Samuel Ruggles, K C B , 
cr. 1897 (Jubilee honour) ; C.B. 1881 ; 
Honorary Colonel West Essex Militia ; 
Deputy-Lieut, and J.P. Essex and Suffolk ; 
b. 29 Dec. 1825 ; o. 8. of John Ruggles Brise, 
Spains Hall, Essex, and Catherine, d. of 
J. H. Harrison, Copford Hall, Essex ; m. 
Marianne Weyland, 4th d. of Sir Edward 
Bowyer-Smyth, 10th Bt., Hill Hall and 
Horham Hall. Essex. Educ. : Eton ; Mag- 
dalene Coll. Camb. Entered army as cornet 
in 1st Dragoon Guards, 1844 ; appointed 
Lieut.-Col. West Essex Militia, 1852 ; M.P. 
(C.) East Essex, 1868, 1883-84 ; C.B. 1881. 
Address : Spains Hall, Finchingfleld, Essex. 
Club : Carlton. [Died 28 May 1899. 

BRISSON, Henri ; b. Bourges, 31 July 1835. 
Called to Paris Bar, 1859 ; Deputy from the 
Seine, 1871 ; for Marseilles from 1902 ; 
President of the Chamber, 1895-98 ; Presi- 
dent de la Commission du Budget, 1885 ; 
Minister of Justice and President of the 
Council, 1891 ; with Challemel-Lacour and 
Allain-Targe founded La Revue Politique. 
Address : 25 Rue Lauristan, Paris. 

[Died 11 Apr. 1912. 

BRISTOL, 3rd Marquis of (cr. 1826), Frederick 
William John Hervey, Baron Hervey, 1703 ; 
Earl of Bristol, 1714 ; Earl Jermyn, 1826. 
Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk from 1886 ; 
Hereditary High Steward of Liberty of St. 
Edmund ; Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. Suffolk 
Regiment (Militia) ; b. 1834 ; S. father 
1864 ; m. y. d. of late Gen. Hon. George 
Anson, 1862. Church of England. Con- 
servative, though desirous of Financial 
Reform. Educ. : Eton ; Trin. Coll. Camb. 
M.P. West Suffolk, 1859-64. Owned about 
32,000 acres. Possessed a few good pictures, 
Italian, Spanish, and English Schools. 
Heir : n. Captain F. W. F. Hervey, R.N. 
Address : Ickworth, Bury St. Edmunds. 
Club : Carlton. [Died 7 Aug. 1907. 

BRISTOW, Very Rev. John, M.A. : Dean of 
Connor from 1908. Educ. : Trinity College-, 
Dublin. Ordained, 1857; Curate of Kil- 
common, 1857-59 ; Incumbent of Glencraig, 
1859-65 ; Holy Trinity. Belfast, 1865-66 ; 
Rector of Knock Breda, 1866-73 ; Pre- 
bendary of Rathsharkin in Coflnor, 1892-98 ; 
Chancellor of Connor Cathedral, 1898-1900 ; 
Incumbent of St. James', Belfast, 1873-93 ; 
Canon, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, 
1900-3 ; Archdeacon of Connor, 1903-8. 
Publications : Principles of Science and 
Religion the Same, 1894 ; Prayer, Praise, 
and Thanksgiving. Address : Connor, Ire- 
land. [Died 15 Dec. 1909. 

BRISTOW, Rev. Richard Rhodes, M.A., Canon 
Missioner of Southwark Cathedral ; Hon. 
Canon of Rochester Cathedral ; Rector of 
St. Olave's, Southwark, from 1897 ; Warden 
of Kent Penitentiary, Stone, Dartford ; 
y. s. of Henry Essex Bristow of Lindsay, 
Bristow, and Co., Wool Importers, Bread 
Street, E.C. ; m. Elizabeth Lane, 2nd d. 
of E. Lane Swatman, Solicitor, King's Lynn ; 






WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



one s. three d. Educ. : privately, St. 
Mary Hall, Oxford. B.A. 1866 ; deacon, 
1866 ; Hon. Curate of S. Philip's, Clerken- 
well, 1866 ; transferred to St. Stephen's, 
Lewisham ; Vicar, 1868-97 ; Member of 
School Board for London, 1885-97 ; and 
served as Chairman of School Management 
Committee, and as Almoner of Christ's 
Hospital ; Proctor in Convocation for 
Diocese of Rochester, 1892; of Diocese, 
Southwark ; Chairman of Lewisham Union 
Board of Guardians ; Commissary for Bishop 
of New Westminster, 1895 ; Hon. Chaplain 
to Nursing Sisters of St. John the Divine ; 
Warden of All Saints' Boys' Orphanage, 
Lewisham ; Chairman of Poor Clergy 
Relief Corporation ; Warden of the Kent 
County Penitentiary, St. Mary's, Stone ; 
President of Gregorian Choral Association ; 
Representative of L.C.C. on governing body 
of East London Industrial School ; Governor 
of St. Dunstan's College, Catford ; Com- 
missioner of Land and Income Tax for 
Blackheath Division. Publication : Liberty 
of Confession. Address : 12 Eliot Park, 
Lewisham, S.E. [Died 15 March 1914, 

BRISTOWE, His Honour Judge Samuel 
Botelen, Q.C., County Court Judge, South- 
wark, Greenwich, and Woolwich ; s. of S. E. 
Bristowe. Educ. : Trin. Hall, Camb. Fellow 
of Trin. Hall, Camb.; Barr. 1848; Q.C. 
1872; M.P. Newark, 1870-80; County 
Court Judge, Suffolk, 1880 ; transferred to 
Nottinghamshire, 1881 ; to Southwark, 
1893. Address : 84 Onslow Gardens, Lon- 
don, S.W. Club : Oxford and Cambridge. 
[Died 5 March 1897. 

BRITTAIN, Rev. Canon Arthur Henry Barrett, 
M.A. ; b. 21 Sept. 1854 ; 7th s. of late Rev. 
Charles Brittain, and Maria, d. of Frank 
Hill; m. Geraldine Feodora, d. of late 
Henry Barry Hyde ; one s. one d. Educ. : 
King Edward's School, Birmingham ; St. 
Edmund Hall, Oxford. Ordained Curate 
of Wolstanton, 1880 ; founder and first 
head of St. Augustine's Mission, Fulham ; 
Senior Chaplain, H.M. Indian Ecclesiastical 
Establishment, Madras ; Canon of Madras 
Cathedral ; editor Madras Diocesan Maga- 
zine, 1903-7 ; Acting Archdeacon of Madras 
and Bishop's Commissary ; founder of the 
Diocesan Soldiers' Institutes at Secunderabad 
and St. Thomas's Mount ; Secretary of 
the Anglican Third Order ; Vicar of Whittle- 
bury - cum - Silverstone, 1909. Address : 
Whittlebury Vicarage, Towcester. 

[Died 9 Oct. 1911. 

BRITTAIN, John, D.Sc. ; 6. near Sussex, New 
Brunswick, 22 Nov. 1849 ; s. of Thomas 
and Elizabeth Brittain ; m. 1871 ; three s. 
five d. Educ. : private, and at several 
schools. Taught in the public schools of 
New Brunswick for a number of years ; 
Instructor in Natural Science at the Pro- 
vincial Normal School, Fredericton, 1888 ; 
Supervisor of School Gardens in New Bruns- 
wick, 1902 ; Acting Professor of Chemistry 
in the University of New Brunswick, 1904 ; 
Professor of Nature Study at Macdonald 
College, Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec, 
1907. Publications : Outlines of Nature 
Lessons ; Teacher's Manual of Nature 
Lessons ; Elementary Agriculture and 
Nature Study. Address : Macdonald Col- 
lege, Quebec Prov. Club : Macdonald 
College. [Died 17 March 1913. 

BRITTEN, Rear-Admiral Richard Frederick, 
J.P. ; D.L. ; b. 1843 ; m. 1890, Hon. 
Blanche Cecile Colville, o. d. of llth Baron 
Colville of Culross. Entered navy, 1857 ; 
llear-Adm. retired, 1896; served China, 
1858, including bombardment of Nankin 
(medal); High Sheriff, Worcesters, 1897. 
Address : Kenswick, Worcester. Club : 
United Service. [Died 3 Feb. 1910. 



BROADHURST 

BROADBENT, Albert, Secretary, the Vege, 
tarian Society ; b. Hollingworth, Cheshire- 
15 Feb. 1867 ; m. Christina, d. of William 
Harrison of Manchester. Intended for a 
commercial career, but joined the staff of 
the Vegetarian Society, 1894, and became 
secretary, 1895 ; represented the Vggetarian 
Society at International Congresses at Paris, 
Dresden, St. Louis, and London ; lectured 
extensively on Food Reform and Dietetics ; 
Fellow of Statistical Soc. and Royal Hort. 
Soc. ; editor The Vegetarian Messenger and 
Health Review. Publications : The Build- 
ing of the Body ; Science in the Daily Meal ; 
Fruits, Nuts and Vegetables as Food and 
Medicine ; a Salad Book ; also ten numbers 
of a Library of Health. Editor and publisher 
of the Broadbent Treasuries of the Poets, 
viz. Rose's Diary ; a Festus Treasury ; A 
Treasury of Consolation ; A Mackenzie Bell 
Treasury ; A Treasury of Translations ; An 
Emerson Treasury ; A Treasury of Devo- 
tional Poems ; A Brotherhood Treasury ; 
A Whittier Treasury ; A Treasury of Love ; 
A Russell Lowell Treasury ; A Norman 
Gale Treasury ; A Wordsworth Treasury ; 
A Longfellow Treasury ; A Nature Treasury ; 
also editor and publisher of six Literary 
Miniatures. Address : 27 Plymouth Grove 
West, Manchester. [Died 21 Jan. 1912. 

BROADBENT, Sir William Henry, 1st Bt., 
cr. 1893 ; K.C.V.O., M.D., F.R.S. ; LL.D. 
St. Andrews ; Hon. LL.D. Edin. ; D.Sc. 
Leeds ; Commander of the Legion of Honour ; 
Physician in Ordinary to King Edward VII. 
and Prince of Wales (now King George V.) ; 
consulting physician to St. Mary's Hospital ; 
Paddington, and various other hospitals ; b. 
Yorkshire, 23 Jan. 1835 ; . of John Broad- 
bent of Longwood Edge, Hudderstield ; m. 
1863, Eliza, d. of John Harpin ; two s. three 
d. Educ. : Huddersfield, Coll. ; Owens 
Coll. ; Roy. School of Med. Manchester ; 
Paris. Physician successively to Western 
General Dispensary ; London Fever Hospital ; 
St. Mary's Hospital ; President of Harveian 
Society of London ; Medical Society of 
London, 1881 ; Clinical Society, 1887-88 ; 
Neurological Society, 1895-96; Censor 
Royal College of Physicians. 1888-89, 
1895-96 ; Physician Extraordinary to Queen 
Victoria, 1898-1901. Publications: The 
Pulse, 1890; The Heart, 1897. Heir: s. 
John, b. 1865. Address : 84 Brook Street, 
Grosvenor Square, W. 

[Died 10 July 1907. 

BROADHURST, Henry, J.P. ; Alderman 
County of Norfolk; Poor Law Guardian 
Erpingham Union ; Member of Cromer 
Urban District Council ; Chairman of the 
Lifeboat Committee ; b. Oxfordshire, 13 
April 1840 ; 4th s. of Thomas and Sarah 
Broadhurst. Educ. : Village School, near 
Littlemore, Oxfordshire. Worked in black- 
smith's shop ; then as a stonemason till 
1872 ; became Secretary of Labour Repre- 
sentative League, 1875 ; elected Secretary 
of the Parliamentary Committee of the 
Trades Union Congress ; resigned through 
ill-health, 1890; M.P. Stoke-upon-Trent, 
1880-85 ; sat for Bordesley, 1885-86 ; 
Nottingham, 1886-92; Under- Secretary of 
State, Home Department, Feb. to July 
1886 ; served on Royal Commissions ; 
Reformatory and Industrial Schools ; Hous- 
ing of the Working Classes; Condition of 
A<*ed Poor ; resigned seat on Market Royal 
Commission; was offered Inspectorship of 
Factories and Workshops, 1882, and In- 
spectorship of Canal-Boats, 1884; refused 
both ; M.P. (Lib.-Lab.) Leicester 1894-1906 
Publications: Handy Book on Leasehold 
Enfranchisement, 1885 (with Sir R. T. Reid, 
K.C., M.P.) ; his own autobiography. Re- 
creations : started to play golf, 1886 ; helped 
39 



BROADLEY 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



to found Tooting Common Club, was after- 
wards elected a Vice-Pres. and honorary 
life member for services rendered ; founded 
the Golf Links at Cromer and Sheringham, 
Norfolk. Address: Cromer; 4 Elm Gar- 
dens, Brook Green, W. Clubs : National 
Liberal, Authors'. [Died 11 Oct. 1911. 

BROADLEY, Henry Broadley Harrison-, J.P. J 
M.P. (U.), Howdenshire Division E. R. 
Yorks from 1906 ; Hon. Col. 1st Vol. Batt- 
East Yorks Regt. ; b. 12 Mar. 1853 ; e. s. of 
late Lieut.-Gen. Broadley Harrison and 
nephew of late W. H. Harrison-Broadley, 
M.P. ; m. 1878, Belle, d. of J. W. Tracy, 
Pennsylvania ; one s. three d. [Assumed by 
Royal Licence additional name of Broadley, 
1896. Address : Welton House, Brough, East 
Yorks; 11A Portland Place, W. Club: 
Carlton. [Died 29 Dec. 1914. 

BROCKLEBANK, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt., cr. 
1885 ; J.P., D.L. ; b. 1814 ; o. s. of late W. 
Fisher, Keekle, Cumberland, and Anne, d. 
of Daniel Brocklebank, Whitehaven ; m. 
Anne, d. of J. Robinson, Belton Hall, 
Cumberland, 1844 (d. 1883), assumed the 
name of Brocklebank by Royal license, 1845. 
Heir : s. Thomas, b. 1848 [m. 1872, Agnes 
Lydia, d. of Sir J. J. Allport. Educ. : 
Rugby, Trinity College, Cambridge, M.A.] 
2nd heir : g. s. Aubrey, b. 1873 ; [m. 1898, 
Hon. Grace Mary Jackson, y. d. of 1st Baron 
Allerton. Educ. : Rugby ; Trinity Coll. 
Cambridge]. Address : Springwood, Wool- 
ton Liverpool ; Greenlands, Irton, Cam- 
forth. [Died 8 June 1906. 

BROCKLEBANK, Sir Thomas, 2nd Bt., cr. 
1885 ; b. 1 March 1848 ; s. of 1st Bt. and 
Anne, d. of J. Robinson, Bolton Hall, Cum- 
berland ; S. father 1906 ; m. 1872, Agnes 
Lydia, d. of Sir J. J. Allport; three s. 
three d. Educ. : Rugby; Trin. Coll., 
Camb. (M.A.). Heir : s. Aubrey [b. 1873 ; 
m. 1898, Hon. Grace Mary Jackson, y. d. 
of 1st Baron Allerton. Educ. : Eton ; 
Trinity Coll. Cambridge]. Address : Irton 
Hall, Cumberland ; 13 Abercromby Square, 
Liverpool. [Died 12 Jan. 1911. 

BROGKLEHURST, Sir Philip Lancaster, 1st 
Bt., cr. 1903 ; belonged to a family settled 
in Cheshire and the adjoining counties some 
years prior to the Reformation ; J.P. and 
D.L., Staffordshire and Cheshire ; b. 1827 ; 
*. of late John Brocklehurst, M.P. for 
Macclesflcld ; m. 1884, Annie, d. of late 
Samuel Dewhurst. Was Lord of Manor of 
Heaton, Swythamley. Heir : s. Philip Lee, 
b. 1887. Recreations : a keen sportsman, 
a traveller, and author. Address : Swy- 
thamley Park, near Macclesfleld ; 1 Stanhope 
Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 

[Died 10 May, 1904. 

BRODIE, Captain Ewen James, D.L. ; Captain, 
Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders ; b. 
1878; 2nd s. of James Campbell John 
Brodie, Lord-Lieut, of Nairnshire ; S. 
brother, 1908 ; m. 1911, Marion Louisa, e. 
d. of W. Stirling of Fairburn, Ross-shire ; 
two s. one d. Educ : Harrow ; Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; B.A., 1899. Address : 
Lethen House, Nairn, N.B. Clubs : Cale- 
donian ; New, Edinburgh. 

[Died Nov. 1914. 

BRODRICK, Rev. Hon. Alan, M.A., Master 
of St. Cross Hospital from 1901 ; Hon. 
Canon of Winchester from 1882; chaplain 
to Viscount Midleton ; b. 1840 ; 3rd . of 
7th Viscount Midleton; m. 1867, Emily 
Hester Melvill (d. 1906). Educ. : Balliol 
College, Oxford. Ordained, 1864 ; vicar of 
Stagsden, 1867-75 ; of Godalming, 1875-88 ; 
Rector and Rural Dean of Alverstoke, 1888- 
1901. Address : St. Cross Hospital, Win- 
chester. [Died 6 May 1909. 

BRODRICK, Hon. George Charles, D.C.L., 
J.P. ; 2nd . of 7th Viscount Midleton. 
90 



Educ. : Eton ; Balliol Coll. Oxford. First 
class in Moderations, 1852 ; first class in 
Final Classical Schools, 1853, and Law and 
History School, 1854; Arnold Historical 
Prize and English Essay Prize, Oxford, 
1855 ; Fellow of Merton, 1855. Barr. Lin- 
coln's Inn ; contested (L.) Woodstock, 1868 
and 1874 ; Monmouthshire, 1880 ; London 
School Board, 1877-79 ; engaged in journal- 
ism, 1860-73 ; an active and earnest member 
of the liberal ^Unionist party from 1886 ; 
Warden of Merton College, Oxford, 1881- 
1903. Publications: Ecclesiastical Judg- 
ments of the Privy Council (jointly with the 
Dean of Ripon) ; Political Studies, 1879 ; 
English Land and English Landlords, 1881 ; 
Memorials of Merton College, 1885 ; Short 
History of Oxford University, 1886; 
Memories and Impressions, 1831-1900. 
Recreations : riding, driving. Address : 11 
Pall Mall, S.W. Clubs : Athenaeum, 
National. [Died 8 Nov. 1903. 

BROMBY, Right Rev. Charles Henry, D.D., 
Assistant- Bishop in the Diocese of Bath and 
Wells; retired; b. Hull, 11 July 1814; s. 
of Vicar of Hull ; m. d. of Dr. Bodley of 
Brighton. Educ. : Uppingham ; St. John's 
Coll. Camb. Ordained 1839; Curate of 
Chesterfield ; Head-Master, Stepney Gram- 
mar School, 1841 ; Vicar of St. Paul's, 
Cheltenham ; Bishop of Tasmania, 1864-82 ; 
joint founder of the Cheltenham Training 
Coll. ; last nominee of the Crown to a 
Colonial Diocese ; Vicar of Montford ; 
Master of Lichfield Hospital, 1882. Publica- 
tions : Wordsworth's Excursion, with Notes ; 
Pupil Teachers' History and Grammar of 
the English Language ; Church Students' 
Manual. Address : All Saints' Vicarage, 
Clifton. [Died 14 Apr. 1907. 

BROMLEY, Rear-Admiral Arthur Charles 
Burgoyne ; s. of late Sir Richard M. Bromley 
K.C.B. Served Abyssinia, 1868 (medal) ; 
Lieut, of " Challenger " During Survey 
Expedition, 1872-76. [Died 25 Oct. 1909. 

BROMLEY, Sir Henry, 5th Bt., cr. 1757 ; b. 
6 Aug. 1849 ; S. father 1895 ; m. Adela, o. 

c. of Westley Richards, Ashwell, Oakham, 
1873. Educ. : Harrow. Capt. Notts 
Yeomanry Cavalry ; Lieut. 27th Foot. 
Heir: s. Robert, b. 1874; m. 1900, Hon. 
Lilian Pauncefote, 3rd d. of 1st Baron 
Pauncefote. Address : Stoke, Newark. 

[Died 11 March 1905. 

BROMLEY, Sir John, Kt., cr. 1908; C.B. 
1904 ; Accountant- General to the Board of 
Education, 1903-9 ; b. 1849 ; e. s. of 
Thomas Bayley Bromley of Macclesfteld ; 
m. 1876, Marie Louise, d. of Richard Bowman 
of Maidenhead, Berks ; two s. one d. Educ. : 
Macclesfield Grammar School ; Wadham 
Coll. Oxford. Junior Examiner in the 
Exchequer and Audit Department, 1869 ; 
Principal Clerk in charge of Audit of Navy 
Accounts, 1893 ; Principal Clerk in charge 
of Audit of Army Accounts, 1901 ; em- 
ployed on special service at Mediterranean 
stations, 1891 ; Natal, 1895 ; J.P. Sussex, 
1909. Address: Sutton Corner, Seaford, 
Sussex. [Died 14 Jan. 1915. 

BROMLEY, Sir Robert, 6th Bt., cr. 1757 ; b. 
1874; *. of 5th Bt. and Adela, o. c. of 
Westley Richards, Ashwell, Oakham. S. 
father 1905 ; m. 1900, Hon. Lilian Paunce- 
fote, 3rd d. of 1st Baron Pauncefote ; two 

d. Heir : b. Maurice Bromley Wilson, b. 
1875. Attache", Washington, 1897-1901 ; 
Asst. Priv. Sec. to Sec. of State for Colonies 
(Rt. Hon. J. Chamberlain), 1901-1903 ; 
Administrator, St. Kites, Nevis, 1905 ; J.P. 
for Notts, 1901. Address : Stoke, Newark. 

[Died 13 May 1906. 

BROOK, Maj.-Gen. Edmund Smith, C.B. 1900 ; 
retired ; b. 7 Oct. 1845 ; . of George H. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BROOKS 



Brook of Egerton Huddersfield ; m. 1885, 
Lisa, d. of M. Bourke of Ileclash, Fermoy. 
Entered army, 1866 ; Captain, 1878 ; Lieut. - 
Col., 1882; Colonel, 1886; Major- General, 
1898; served Zulu War, 1889, including 
Ulundi (medal with clasp) ; Boer War, 1880- 
1881 ; defended fort at Marabastadt for 92 
days (despatches, Brevet Lieut.-Col.) ; com- 
manded 2nd Brigade Tochi Field Force, 
India, 1897-98 (medal with clasp) ; special 
service South Africa 1902, commanding 
Harrismith district until end of war (des- 
patches) ; later troops Cape Colony District. 
Address : Cape Town. Club : Junior Army 
and Navy. [Died 17 Apr. 1910. 

BROOKE, Sir (Arthur) Douglas, 4th Bt., 
cr. 1822 ; J.P., D.L. ; High Sheriff Co. 
Fermanagh 1896 ; s. of 3rd Bt. and Alice 
Sophia, d. of Sir Alan E. Bellingham, 3rd 
Bt. ; b. Dublin, 7 Oct. 1865. S. father, 
1891 ; m. Gertrude Isabella, o. d. of S. R. 
Batson ; tliree s. two d. Educ. : Marl- 
borough ; R.M.C. Sandhurst. Contested 
Fermanagh (South) at general election, 1895 
(C.). Owns about 28,000 acres. Recrea- 
tions ; shooting, hunting, fishing, golf. 
Heir: s. Basil, b. 1888. Address: Cole- 
brooke, Brookeboro', Ireland. Clubs : 
Carlton ; . Kildare Street, Dublin. 

[Died 27 Nov. 1907. 

BROOKE, John Henry, Proprietor of the first 
foreign Journal in Japan, the Japan Daily 
Herald ; b. Boston, Lincolnshire ; e. *. of 
Henry Turner Brooke, journalist, and Mary 
Ann Wright ; m. Harriet Williamson, 1849. 
Educ. : Boston and Sheffield. Emigrated 
to Melbourne, 1852 ; represented Geelong 
in Legislative Assembly thrice in eight 
years, unseated by motion the Nicholson 
ministry, and was called upon by the late 
Sir Henry Barkly to undertake the responsi- 
bility of forming another Administration, 
which held office to end of 1861 ; in 1867 
left Victoria for Japan, where he afterwards 
resided ; in 1854, was appointed a territorial 
magistrate in the Colony of Victoria. Re- 
creations : art. literature, science. Address : 
28 Yokohama. Club : Yokohama United. 
[Died 28 Feb. 1902. 

BROOKE, Ven. Joshua Ingham, M.A. ; Hon. 
Canon of Wakefield ; Archdeacon of Halifax 
from 1888 ; b. Honley, Yorkshire, 14 Feb. 
1836 ; 8. of Thomas Brooke ; m. Grace 
Charlotte, d. of General Godby, C.B., 1859. 
Educ. : Cheltenham Coll. ; University Coll., 
Oxford. Vicar of Halifax, 1889-1904. 
Recreations : cricket in school and college 
eleven, fishing. Address : Woolgreaves, 
near Wakefleld. [Died 19 June 1906. 

BROOKE, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt., cr. 1899, J.P., 
D.L. ; Chairman of Quarter Sessions, West 
Riding of Yorkshire (retired) ; b. 31 May, 
1830; *. of Thomas Brooke of Honley, 
Huddersfield ; m. 1st, 1854, Eliza (d. 1855), 
d. of E. Vickermann of Steps, nr. Hudders- 
field ; 2nd, 1860, Amelia (d. 1901), d. of D. 
Dewar, Dunfermline, Fife ; 3rd, 1902, Mary, 
d. of James Priestley, J.P., of Bank Field, 
Huddersfield, and widow of late Rev. C. F. 
Forster, vicar of Beckwithshaw, Harrogate. 
Educ. : Cheltenham. F.S.A., formerly a 
woollen manufacturer ; late Lt.-Col. Comg. 
5th West Riding of Yorkshire Rifle V9lun- 
teers. Heir : none. Address : Armitage 
Bridge, Huddersfield. Clubs : Carlton, 
Constitutional. [Died 16 July 1908. 

BROOKE, Major Victor Reginald, C.I.E. 
1910 ; D.S.O. 1900 ; 9th Lancers ; Military 
Secretary to Viceroy of India since 1907 ; 
temporary Lt.-Col. ; 5th s. of Sir Victor 
Brooke, 3rd Bt. ; b. 22 Jan. 1873. Entered 
army, 1894; served South Africa, 1899- 
1900, 1902 (wounded, despatches twice, 
Queen's medal, five clasps, King's medal, 
two clasps, D.S.O.) ; Kabul Mission 1904- 



1905 (Brevet-Major) ; A.D.C. Headquarters 
Staff, South Africa, 1902. Address : Mili- 
tary Secretary, Viceroy, India. 

[Died 1 Sept. 1914. 

BROOKE-HUNT, Violet ; e. d. of C. Brooke- 
Hunt, late R.N., formerly of Bowden Hall, 
Gloucester. Educ. : privately ; Cheltenham 
College. Interested in politics, working 
men's clubs, educational and social work ; 
served through South African War as 
organiser of Soldiers' Institutes (War Medal 
and Order of Lady of Grace of St. John of 
Jerusalem), at the Coronation organised and 
managed the Colonial Troops Club ; and 
was decorated by King Edward at Bucking- 
ham Palace ; one of promoters of Union 
Jack Club, and a Member of Council ; 
organising Secretary of Women's Unionist 
and Tariff Reform Association. Publica- 
tions : The Story of the Tower of London ; 
A Woman's Memories of the War ; The 
Westminster Abbey; The Story of Lord 
Robert's Campaigns ; Golden String. Ad- 
dress : Wellington Court, Knightsbridge, 
S.W. Club : Ladies' Empire. 

[Died 10 June 1910. 

BROOKFIELD, Charles Hallam Elton; b. 
1857 ; 2nd s. of Rev. Canon W. H. Brook- 
field and Jane Octavia, d. of Sir Charles 
Elton, 6th Bt., and niece of Henry Hallam ; 
m. Frances Mary, d. of William Grogan ; 
one s. [Mrs. Charles Brookfield was the 
author of The Diary of a Year, 1903 ; Mrs. 
Brookfield and Her Circle, 1905; The 
Cambridge Apostles, 1906 ; My Lord of 
Essex, 1907 ; A Friar Observant, 1909, 
etc.]. Educ. : Westminster ; Trinity College, 
Cambridge. Winchester Reading Prize, 
1878 ; for many years on the staff of the 
Saturday Review ; entered Inner Temple 
but was never called ; went on stage, 1879, 
with the Haymarket Co. under the Ban- 
crofts, 1879-85. Publications : The Twilight 
of Love, 1893 ; Random Reminiscences, 
1902 ; has written and produced between 
40 and 50 plays, including Nearly Seven, 
Poet and Puppets, Under the Clock, The 
Dovecote, The Cuckoo, The Lady Burglar, 
Dear Old Charlie, What Pamela Wanted, 
See-See, The Belle of Mayfair (with Cosmo 
Hamilton), Godpapa, A Woman's Reason 
and The Burglar and the Judge (with F. C. 
Philips). Address : Stratton-on-the-Fosse, 
Bath. [Died 20 Oct. 1913. 

BROOKS, Ven. Frederick Richard, Archdeacon 
of Kimberley from 1906 ; Rector of Broome 
from 1906. Ordained 1886 ; Curate of St. 
Silas, Islington, 1886-96; Chaplain N.E. 
Fever Hospital, Tottenham, 1896-97 ; 
Curate of St. Paul, Kilburn, 1898-1900; 
St. Saviour's, Highbury, 1900-1 ; Christ 
Church, Brondesbury, 1901-3; St. John's, 
Westminster, 1905-6. Address : Broome, 
Western Australia. [Died 12 May 1912. 

BROOKS, James, architect; Fellow, Royal 
Institute of British Architects ; Member of 
Council ; Past Vice-President ; Royal Gold 
Medallist; b. Hatford, Berks, 30 March 
1825 ; s. of an agriculturist ; m. 2nd, 1892. 
Educ. : Abingdon, Berks. Professional 
work : many new churches. London and 
country ; several restorations of ancient 
churches, rectory houses parsonages, schools, 
gentlemen's houses, brewery and large hotel ; 
churches in London St. Michael's, Shore- 
ditch ; St. Columba's ; St. Chad's ; St. 
Saviour, Hoxton ; St. Mary, Hornsey ; 
Holy Innocents', Hammersmith ; St. John 
Baptist, Holland Road, Kensington, and 
many others. Recreations : in his younger 
days hunting and shooting (the latter he 
continued up to 1892), whist. Address : 35 
Wellington Street, Strand, W.C. ; The 
Grange, Park Lane, Stoke Newmgton, N.^ 

91 



BROOKS 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BROOKS, Sir William Cunliffe, 1st Bt., cr 
1886 ; J.P., D.L. ; Banker, London, Man 
Chester, and Blackburn (Old Bank) ; M.P 
Altrincham Division Cheshire, from 1886 
b. 1819 ; e. s. of late Samuel Brooks, Man 
Chester, and Margaret, d. of Thomas Hall 
Blackburn ; m. 1st, Jane, d. of late R. Orrell 
1842 (d. 1865) ; 2nd. Jane, d. of Col. Sir 
David Davidson, K.C.B., 1879. Educ. 
Rugby ; John's Coll. Camb. ; 12th Senio: 
Optime. Barr. Inner Temple. 1842 ; M.P 
B. Cheshire, 1869-85 ; Altrincham Div. o 
Cheshire (C.), 1886-92. Address: Barlow 
Hall, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester 
Forest of Glen Tana, Aberdeenshire ; 5 
Grosvenor Square, W. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 9 June 1900 

BROOME (Mary Ann), Lady, widow; b 
Jamaica ; d. of Hon. W. G. Stewart, Colonia 
Secretary; m. 1st, 1852, Col. Sir G. E, 
Barker, R.A., K.C.B. (d. 1860) ; 2nd, 1864 
Sir Frederick Napier Broome, K.C.M.G. 
late Governor of Trinidad (d. 1896). Publi 
cations : Station Life in New Zealand 
Stories about, and many other books for 
children. Address : 42 Eaton Terrace, S.W 
[Died 6 March 1911 

BROOME, Maj.-Gen. Ralph Champneys, G.I. ly 
1911 ; Indian Army ; b. 29 Jan. 1860 ; s. 
of Maj.-Gen. A. Broome, R.A. ; m. 1887, 
Angela, d. of Maj.-Gen. Rodney Brown, 
R.A. ; two *. Educ. : Wellington College. 
Entered Army, 1878 ; Captain, Indian Staff 
Corps, 1889 ; Major, Indian Army, 1898 ; 
Lt.-Col. 1904 ; Director-General, Army 
Remount Dept., India. Address : Army 
Headquarters, Simla, India. Club : Cavalry. 
[Died 25 Aug. 1915. 

BROUGH, Bennett H. ; Associate of Royal 
School of Mines ; F.G.S., F.I.C. (ex-member 
of Council) ; F.C.S. (ex-member of Council) ; 
member of Council of Institution of Mining 
Engineers, of the Chartered Institute of 
Secretaries, and of the International Testing 
Association. Formerly Instructor in Mine 
Surveying at Royal School of Mines ; Secre- 
tary of Iron and Steel Institute ; Knight of 
Swedish Order of Wasa ; m. Barbara, d. of 
late Edward Lloyd, Barrister-at-law ; one 
*. one d. Publications : Treatise on Mine 
Surveying, 1888 ; 13th edition, 1908 ; and 
numerous papers on mining and metallurgy. 
Address : Fairholm, Surbiton Hill, Surrey ; 
28 Victoria Street, S.W. T.A.: Irosa- 
mente, London. Club : Royal Societies. 

[Died 3 Oct. 1908. 

BROUGH, Lionel, Comedian ; in Mr. Tree's 
London, American, and Provincial Com- 
panies ; b. Pontypool, 10 March 1836 ; s. 
of Barnabas Brough, dramatic author ; m. 
Margaret Simpson (d. 1901) ; one s. one d. 
Educ. : Grammar School, Manchester ; 
Priory Coll. London. As youth, clerk to 
John Timbs, editor of Illustrated London 
News ; first appearance at Lyceum (under 
management of Madame Vestris and Charles 
Matthews), 1854 ; Published first number of 
Daily Telegraph instituted system of selling 
newspapers in the streets ; afterwards five 
years on staff of Morning Star ; then enter- 
tainer at Polytechnic, etc. ; joined theatrical 
profession (permanently) at Prince of Wales's, 
Liverpool, 1863 ; played in almost every 
first-class theatre in United Kingdom, 
America, and South Africa ; now engaged at 
His Majesty's Theatre. Recreations : gar- 
dening, billiards, long walks in country. 
Address : Percy Villa, South Lambeth, S.W. 
Clubs : Savage (only living " original " 
member), Green Room, Eccentric, Sandown, 
Kempton Park, Gatwick, Prince of Wales's, 
National Sporting, Bon Freres, Middlesex 
County Racing ; hon. member Arts (Glas- 
;ow), Pen and Pencil (Glasgow), Lotos (New 
'ork), Kimberley (South Africa), Rana 
92 



go 
Yc 



(Johannesburg) ; Vice-President of Actors' 
Benevolent Fund and Actors' Association. 

[Died 8 Nov. 1909. 

BROUGH, Robert, A.R.S.A. ; Member of Inter- 
national Society of Sculptors, Painters, and 
Graveurs, and of Society of Portrait Painters ; 
6. Invergordon, Ross-shire, Scotland, 1872. 
Educ. : Aberdeen and Glasgow. Studied 
Art, Aberdeen Art School and Royal 
Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, and in Paris ; 
gained at Academy, Maclaine Watters medal, 
Stuart prize for figure composition, and 
George Paul Chalmers bursary for painting ; 
gained two Concours in Paris for painting 
and figure composition ; awarded gold 
medals, Munich International Exhibition, 
1897 ; gold medal, Dresden International 
Exhibition, 1901 ; silver medal, Exposition 
Universelle, Paris, 1900; exhibited first 
picture, Aberdeen ; first success in London, 
Portrait at New Gallery of W. D. Ross, of 
Black and White; first success at Royal 
Academy, 1897, Fantaisie en Folie, 1897 ; 
two pictures bought by Italian Government 
at Venice International Exhibition, 1897, 
The Childhood of St. Anne of Brittany, and 
'Twixt Sun and Moon ; best-known works 
(portraits), Viscountess Encombe, Lord 
Justice Vaughan Williams, George Alexander 
(in Prisoner of Zenda), Mrs. Milne of Kinaldie, 
Marquis of Linlithgow, K.T. Recreation : 
riding. Address : 33 Tite Street, Chelsea, S.W. 
Clubs : Arts, Chelsea Arts. [Died 22 Jan. 1905. 
BROUGHAM, Very Rev. Henry, A.M., D.D. ; 
Dean of Lismore from 1884 ; b. 27 Feb. 1827 ; 
s. of Rev. Henry Brougham, Rector of Tallow, 
and Catherine A. M., d. of Sir John Macartney, 
Bt. ; m. 1851, Lucy, e. d. of Harry Becher, 
of Aughadown, Co. Cork ; one s. two d. 
Educ. : Trinity College, Dublin (Scholar). 
Classical Moderator and Gold Medallist, 
1847 ; Divinity Testimonium, 1849 ; Deacon, 
1850 ; Priest, 1851 ; Rector of Moynalty, 
Dio. Meath, 1851-65 ; Rector of Eirke, Dio. 
Ossory, 1865-77 ; Rector of Lismore, Dip. 
Lismore, 1877 ; sometime rural Dean in 
Meath and Ossory ; Prebendary of Tascoffm, 
Dio. Ossory ; Sub-Dean and Precentor of 
Lismore Cathedral ; Examining Chaplain to 
the late Primate Gregg : Diocesan Nominator 
in Dio. Ossory, 1873 ; in Dio. Lismore, 1884. 
Address : The Deanery, Lismore, R.S.O. 
Waterford. [Died 11 Apr. 1913. 

BROUGHTON, Sir Delves Louis, 10th Bt., cr. 
1660 ; J.P. ; b. 1 June 1857 ; s. of 9th Bt. and 
Eliza, d. of Louis Rosenzweig ; S. father, 
1899 ; m. 1st. Rosamund, d. of John Lambert 
Broughton of Almington Hall, Staffs, 1881 (d. 
1885) ; 2nd, Mary Evelyn, d. of R. Cotton, 
1887 ; two s. two d. Owned about 15,200 
acres. Heir : s. Henry John Delves, Capt. 
Irish Guards [b. 10 Sept. 1883 ; m. 1913, 
Vera Edith, d. of Mr. Boscawen, Trevalyn 
Hall, Rossett, N. Wales]. Address : Dod- 
dington Park, Nantwich ; Broughton Hall, 
Eccleshall, Staffs. [Died 15 Apr. 1914. 

BROUGHTON, Sir Henry Delves, 9th Bt., cr. 
1660 ; b. 1808 ; S. father 1851 ; m. Eliza 
Rosenzweig, 1857 (d. 1882). Owned about 
15,200 acres. Heir: s. Delves, b. 1857. 
Address : Doddington., Nantwich. 

[Died 26 Feb. 1899. 

BROWN, Sir Charles Gage, K.C.M.G., cr. 1897 ; 
LL.D., M.D. Physician and medical adviser 
to the Colonial Office and Crown Agents for 
the Colonies, 1874-97, and later to some 
departments of the Foreign Office and Audit 
Office ; b. Wareham, Dorset, 8 Aug. 1826 ; 
s. of Charles Brown, Commander, R.N. ; m. 
Mary Anne, d. of William M'P. Rice, 1855 ; 
one s. three d. Educ. : King's Coll. London. 
M.R.C.S. Lond., M.D. St. Andrews, 1851 ; 
M.R.C.P. Edin. 1867 ; F.R.C.P. Edin. 1876. 
Address :] 88 Stoane St., S.W. 

[Died 13 Aug. 1908. 



WHO WAS, WHO, 1897-1916 






BROWN, Sir George Thomas, Kt., cr. 1898; 
C B. 1887 ; Governor Royal Veterinary Col- 
lege, 1893 ; b. Dec. 1827 ; e. s. of late Thomas 
Brown, Nottinghill Terrace ; m. 1860, Mar- 
garet, d. of James Smith of New House, 
Stroud ; two s. three d. Educ. : private 
school and tutors. Professor Veterinary 
Science Royal Agricultural College, Ciren- 
cester, 1850 ; appointed to Veterinary De- 
partment, Privy Council, 1865 ; chief Adviser 
in that Department, 1872 ; Principal Royal 
Veterinary College, 1888 ; Consulting Veterin- 
ary Adviser, Board of Agriculture ; retired 
1896 ; acted on successive Commissions and 
Committees from 1865. Publications : Harley 
and Brown's Histology, 1862; Animal Life 
on?the Farm, 1885 ; numerous essays in agri- 
cultural j ournals. Recreations : chiefly work- 
ing at photography in connection with 
physiology and pathology ; fly-fishing when 
opportunity occurred. Address : Orme 
Lodge, Stanmore. [Died 20 June 1906. 

BROWN, Henry Billings ; b. South Lee, Mass., 
2 March 1836; s. of Billings and Mary 
Tyler Brown ; m. 1st, 1864, Caroline Pitts 
of Detroit (d. 1901) ; 2nd, 1904, Josephine 
B. Tyler. -Educ. : Yale College. Circuit 
Judge, State of Michigan, 1868 ; District 
Judge of the U.S. 1875-91 : Lecturer upon 
Admiralty Law, Univ. of Michigan and 
Georgetown Univ. ; LL.D. Univ. of Michigan 
and Yale Univ. ; Associate Justice Supreme 
Court of the United States, 1891-1906. Pub- 
lications : Brown's Admiralty Reports. 
Recreation : travelling. Address : 1720 
16th Street, Washington, U.S.A. Clubs: 
Metropolitan, Chevy Chase, Washington; 
University, New York ; Society of the 
Cincinnati, and of Mayflower Descendants. 
[Died 4 Sept. 1913. 

BROWN, James Campbell, D.Sc. (Lond.) ; 
LL.D. (Aberd.) ; Professor of Chemistry 
in the University of Liverpool, and Head 
of the Lancashire County Laboratory from 
1875 ; b. Aberdeen ; s of George Brown of 
G. Brown & Co., of Bow Common Alum 
Works, London ; m. 1872, Ellen Fullarton, 
o. d. of John Henderson of Quarry Lodge, 
Aberdeenshire. Educ. : Univ. of Aberdeen ; 
Roy. Coll. of Chemistry and School of Mines, 
London. Gained Cargill Bursary at Mari- 
schal Coll. and Univ. of Aberdeen, 1857 ; 
Prize in Chemistry at Matriculations Ex- 
amination, University of London, 1862 ; 
University Scholarship in Chemistry and 
1st Class Hons. B.Sc. Examination. Univer- 
sity of London, 1867 ; D.Sc., 1870; Teaching- 
assistant in the Chemical Department of 
the University of Aberdeen, 1864-66 ; 
Lecturer on Experimental Science and 
Toxicology in the Liverpool Royal Infirmary 
School of Medicine, 1867-83 ; Professor of 
Chemistry, University College, Liverpool, 
1883; Victoria University, 1884-1903; 
Public Analyst for Lancashire. Publica- 
tions : papers in the Trans. Lit. and Phil. 
Soc., Liverpool, etc., Chemical News, Analyst, 
Trans, of the Chemical Soc., Lancet, En- 
gineering, Trans. Institution of Civil Engi- 
neers, Journ. Soc. Chem., Industry. Address: 
8 Abercromby Square, Liverpool. T. : 1751, 
1757, 1313 Royal. Clubs : Liverpool Con- 
servative. Junior Conservative, Liverpool 
University ; Stonehaven Conservative. 

[Died 14 March 1910. 

BROWN, James Duff, Borough Librarian. 
Islington Public Libraries; b. Edinburgh, 
6 Nov. 1862 ; m. Annie, d. of James Watt, 
Dalton, Dumfriesshire ; three d. Educ. : 
Church of Scotland Normal School, Edin- 
burgh. Publisher's assistant in Edinburgh, 
afterwards in Glasgow ; senior assistant in 
Mitchell Library, Glasgow, 1878-88 ; Libra- 
rian of Clerkenwell Public Library, 1888- 
1905 ; introduced safeguarded open access 



BROWN 

of readers to shelves in lending libraries, 
library magazines, catalogue annotations, 
students' extra tickets, and other features 
of modern library management ; designed 
the Adjustable and Subject systems of 
library classification. Publications : Bio- 
graphical Dictionary of Musicians, 1886 ; 
British Musical Biography (with S. S. Strat- 
ton), 1897 ; Characteristic Songs and Dances 
of all Nations (with A. Moffat), 1901 ; Manual 
of Library Classification, 1898 ; Manual of 
Library Economy, 1903-7 ; Class Guide 
to Fiction, 1903 ; Guide to Librarianship, 
1904-9 ; Subject Classification, 1906 ; 
Manual of Practical Bibliography, 1906 ; 
The Small Library, 1907 ; Library Classifica- 
tion and Cataloguing, 1912 ; British Library 
Itinerary, 1913 ; author of numerous papers, 
pamphlets, etc., on library, bibliographical, 
and musical subjects. Recreations : music, 
reading, walking. Address : Islington Cen- 
tral Public Library, Holloway Road, N. 
Club : Canonbury Tower. 

[Died 1 March 1914. 

BROWN, John, M. Inst. C.E. ; C.M.G. 1902 ; 
Engineer-in-Chief, Cape Government Rail- 
ways ; b. 27 April 1844 ; e. s. of late John 
Brown of Marlborough, Wilts ; m. 1867, 
Augusta Sarah Peglar Rhodes (deed.). Educ. : 
Streatham School ; Queenwood College, 
Hants. Articled pupil to the late Sir John 
Coode at Portland Breakwater ; subse- 
quently employed as junior Assistant- 
Engineer on the Bristol and Exeter Railway 
under Mr. Francis Fox, and afterwards en- 
gaged as Superintending Engineer of the 
River Bann Navigation Works, Ireland, 
under the late Sir John Coode ; entered the 
service of the Cape Government Railways, 
1873, as Assist.-Engineer under late Mr. H. 
I. Pauling. Address : Rondebosch, Cape 
Colony. Clubs : Civil Service, Cape Town ; 
Kimberley, Kimberley. 

[Died 11 July 1905. 

BROWN, Joseph, C.B., K.C. ; Bencher of 
Middle Temple ; Barrister of Middle Temple 
retired from practice ; b. 4 April 1809 ; . 
of Joseph Brown, of the Cumberland family 
of Scales, near Kirk Oswald ; m. Mary. d. 
of Thomas Smith, farmer, Winchcombe, 
Glost., 1840. Educ. : Private schools. 
Practised at Bar, 50 years, very largely and 
in several celebrated cases, including trial 
of British Bank Directors by Lord Campbell, 
C.J. ; before retirement was for nearly 20 
years chairman of Incorporated Council of 
Law Reporting. Publications : The Dark Side 
of Trial by Jury ; The Evils of Unlimited 
Liability for Accidents; The Titchborne 
Case ; The Idolatry and Corruptions of the 
Greek Church, etc. Address: 54 Avenue 
Road. Regent's Park, N.W. 

[Died 9 June 1902. 

BROWN, Laurence Morton, Police Magistrate, 
City of Birmingham, from 1905 ; b. 18 March 
1854 ; *. of late Rev. A. Morton Brown, 
LL.D. ; m. 1897, Grace, 4th d. of late John 
Frederick Feeney. Educ. : Cheltenham 
Coll. ; St. John's Coll. Cambridge. B.A. 
1875, LL.M. 1878. Barr. Inner Temple, 
1877 ; formerly a member of Oxford 
Circuit ; Recorder of Tewkesbury, 1858-1900 ; 
Recorder of Gloucester, 1900-5 ; sometime 
Revising Barrister of County of Salop and 
boroughs of Shrewsbury and Dudley ; J.P. 
Warwickshire. Address: Victoria Courts, 
Birmingham ; Cotswold, Leamington. T : 
90 Leamington. Clubs : Oxford and Cam- 
bridge, Hurlingham ; BojgTorb ayYwht^ 

BROWN, Meredith (Jemima); founder of the 
first Rowton House for Women; Hon. 
Resident Superintendent of the Shaftesbury 
Institute Mission ; d. of late Very Rev. 
Principal Brown, D.D., LL.D., one of the 



BROWN 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



New Testament Revisers ; sister of Lady 
Stewart. Struck with the degradation of 
west London factory girls, she started recrea- 
tive meetings for them ; but in order to 
learn something of their life, she and a 
. friend, disguised as factory girls, visited the 
theatres, music halls, and penny gaffs of the 
west end slums, and the story, entitled Only 
a Factory Girl, of which 18,000 were issued, 
brought in 2000, which founded an Institute 
for factory girls ; she then devoted her life 
to the poor, among whom she lived for 
twenty years ; besides the annual income of 
the Shaftesbury Institute, which amounted 
to about 2000, she raised nearly 17,000 
for special objects connected with the 
Mission. Address : Shaftesbury Institute, 
16 Union Street, Lisson Grove, N.W. 

[Died 8 Nov. 1908. 

BROWN, Richard, Emeritus Professor of Mer- 
cantile Law, St. Mungo's College, Glasgow ; 
partner of Brown, Ferguson, & Co., Writers ; 
6. Glasgow, 1844 ; s. of late Thomas Brown, 
Accountant. Educ. : Collegiate School and 
University, Glasgow ; admitted to Glasgow 
Faculty of Procurators, 1869 ; Member of 
Council, 1894-97 ; Member of Council of the 
Incorporated Society of Law Agents in 
Scotland. Publications : Commentary on 
the Sale of Goods Act, 1893 ; many con- 
tributions to legal literature. Recreations : 
golf and cycling. Address : 166 St. Vincent 
Street, Glasgow; Kingsmere, Drumchapel. 
Club : Liberal, Glasgow. 

[Died 29 Oct. 1910. 

BROWN, Thomas Edwin Burton, C.I.B. ; 
Brigade-Surgeon (retired) Indian Medical 
Service ; b. 8 Feb. 1833 ; s. of Thomas 
Brown and Mary Brown ; m. 1862, Mary 
Caroline, d. of Charles Hewlett (deceased) ; 
three s. one d. Educ. : King's College School ; 
Guy's Hospital, London. M.D., London ; 
Exhibitioner and Gold Medallist in Anatomy 
and Materia Medica; Gold Medallist in 
Botany, Surgery, and Physiology. Demon- 
strator of Anatomy, Guye's Hospital, 1857 ; 
House-Surgeon Medical College Hospital 
Calcutta, 1860 ; Chemical Examiner Punjab, 
1861 ; Lecturer on Chemistry, Botany, 
Materia Medica, and Toxicology Lahore 
Medical School ; 1870, principal Lahore 
Medical College and Lecturer on Medicine 
and Physiology, then Medical Tutor Ayerst 
Hostel, Cambridge, 1890 ; Examiner Apothe- 
caries Society, 1891 ; Master Apothecaries 
Society, 1901-2; President Therapeutical 
Society, 1906 ; Vice-President Royal Society 
of Medicine. Decorated for work at Lahore 
Medical College and Government Gardens. 
Publications : On Punjab Poisons, and 
papers in the Indian Medical Gazette. Re- 
creation : gardening. Address : Ryslaw, 
185 Willesden Lane, Brondesbury, N.W. 

[Died 28 June 1911. 

BROWN, Sir William Richmond, 2nd Bt., cr. 
1863; J.P., D.L. ; b. 16 Jan. 1840; S. 
grandfather 1864 ; m. Emily, d. of Gen. W. 
T. B. Mountsteven, 1862; High Sheriff, 
Northamptons, 1873. Owned about 2000 
acres. Heir : s. Melville Richmond, b. 13 
Oct. 1866. Address : Astrop Park, Ban- 
bury ; 34 CHesham Place, S.W. Clubs : 
Union ; Royal Yacht Squadron, Cowes. 

[Died 10 May 1906. 

BROWN, Sir William Roger, cr. 1893 ; J.P., 
D.L., C.C., Wilts ; High Sheriff, 1898 ; 
Lord of the Manor of Beckington, Somerset ; 
6. 1831 ; m. Sarah Elizabeth (d. 1898), d. of 
Samuel Elms Brown, Trowbridge, Wilts, 
1857. Address : Highfleld, Hilperton, Trow- 
bridge. [Died 14 May 1902. 

BROWNE, Rev. Barrington Gore, M.A. ; Hon. 

Canon Winchester, 1903. Educ. : Rugby ; 

Emanuel College, Cambridge. Curate of 

St. Edmunds, Sarum, 1871-73 ; Chaplain to 

94 



Bishop of Winchester, 1873-75 ; Vicar of All 
Saints, Alton, 1876-77; Rector of Peper- 
harow, 1882-84 ; Rector of Michelmersh, 
1884-1913 ; Rural Dean, Romsey, 1892-1905. 
Address : Shedfteld Cottage, Botley Hants. 
[Died 22 Jan. 1914. 

BROWNE, Charles Macaulay, C.M.G. 1900; 
J.P. for Grenada ; senior unofficial Member 
of the Executive and Legislative Councils 
from 1885 and 1881 respectively ; b. 1846 ; 
s. of Jonas Browne of Norwich and London ; 
m. Eliza Jane, d. of Charles Simmons of 
Grenada, 1873. Educ. : privately. Decor- 
ated for long service in Council. Address : 
Melrose, Grenada, West Indies. 

[Died 9 Feb. 1911. 

BROWNE, His Honour Judge Daniel F. ; 
County Court Judge, Kerry, from 1909 ; 
B.A., K.C. ; m. Mary. e. d. of John Murphy, 
Blackrock. Called to Bar, 1881 ; called to 
Inner Bar, 1902 ; Professor of Law of Property 
and Law of Contracts, National University, 
Ireland (retired). Address : 1 Ovoca Terrace, 
Blackrock, Dublin. Clubs : Stephen's Green, 
Royal Irish Yacht, Dublin. 

[Died 21 Jan. 1913. 

BROWNE, Henry Doughty, J.P. ; Chairman 
London, Tilbury, and Southend Railway. 
Address : 10 Hyde Park Terrace, W. ; Til- 
gate Forest Lodge, Crawley, Sussex. 

[Died 2 Jan. 1907. 

BROWNE, General Horace Albert, Bengal In- 
fantry ; b. 27 March 1832. Entered army 
1852 ; general, 1894 ; retired list, 1884 ; 
served Burmese War, 1852-53. 

[Died 25 Jan. 1914. 

BROWNE, General Sir James Frankfort Man- 
ners, K.C.B., cr. 1894 ; Colonel-Commandant 
R.E. ; widower ; b. Dublin, 1823 ; *. of 
the Hon. the Dean of Lismore ; two d. 
Educ. : Royal Miltary Academy, Woolwich. 
Wore the Queen's uniform, boy and man, 
from 1838 ; served in the four quarters of 
the globe ; entered Royal Engineers, 1842 ; 
was severely wounded in the Crimea ; was 
A.A.G., R.E., 1866-71; D.A.G., R.E., 1871- 
1876; Gov. R.M.A., 1880-87. Recreations: all 
kinds of field sports, hunted the buffalo and 
wapeti on the plains of North America, and 
moose in Nova Scotia. Address : 19 Roland 
Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 

[Died 6 Feb. 1911. 

BROWNE, General Sir Samuel James, Kt., cr. 
1876 ; G.C.B., K.C.S.I., V.C. ; on Unem- 
ployed List ; Bengal Staff Corps ; b. India, 
3 Oct. 1824 ; *. of Dr. John Browne ; m. 
Lucy, d. of R. C. Sherwood, 1860. Entered 
army, 1840 ; battles of Chillianwalla and 
Goojerat (medal with two clasps) ; Expedi- 
tion to the Bozdar Hills, 1857 (medal with 
clasp) ; capture of Lucknow ; actions of 
Koorsee, Rooyah, Aligunge, Mohunpoor, 
Seerpoorah ; twice severely wounded (arm 
lost) ; (despatches three times), medal with 
clasp ; Brevs. of Maj. and Lieut.-Col. ; cap- 
ture of Ali Musjid ; despatches ; thanks of 
Government and of Parliament, medal with 
clasps ; G.C.B. 1891. Club : United Service. 
[Died 14 March 1901. 

BROWNE, Maj.-Gen. Swinton John, C.B. 1891 ; 
I.S.C. ; b. 13 Dec. 1837. Entered army, 
1855; Maj.-Gen. 1894; served Indian Mutiny, 
1858-59 (medal) ; Umbeyla Campaign, 1863 
(medal with clasp) ; Jowaki-Afreedee Ex- 
pedition, 1887-88 (clasp) ; Mazood-Wuzeeree 
Expedition, 1881; retired. Address: Poyle 
Croft, Epsom Road, Guildford. 

[Died 4 March 1914. 

BROWNE, Tom, R.B.A. (1898), R.I. (1901); 
painter and black-and-white artist ; b. Not- 
tingham, 1872. Educ. : St. Mary's National 
School, Nottingham. Left school at 11 
years ; worked in Nottingham Lace Market 
and other places ; apprenticed to litho. firm 
at 14 ; served apprenticeship until 21 ; com- 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



menced black-and-white work at 17 ; came 
to London, 1895 ; exhibited at R.A. for first 
time, 1897. Publications : Tom Browne's 
Comic Annual ; Tom Browne's Cycle Sketch 
Book; The Khaki Alphabet Book; Night 
Side of London. Recreations: boating, 
riding,'travelling, billiards, tennis. Address : 
Wollaton, Hardy Road, Westcombe Park, 
Blackheath, S.E. T.A. : Tom Browne, 
Hardy Road, Blackheath. T. : 658 Deptford. 
Clubs : Savage, London Sketch, Yorick ; 
Atelier Nottingham. 

[Died 16 March 1910. 

BROWNING, Colin Arrott Robertson, C.I.E. ; 
retired from Indian Service ; b. Brighton, 
6 May 1833 ; e. s. of Colin Arrott Browning, 
M.D., R.N. ; Depy. Inspector-General of 
Hospitals and Fleets m. 1857, Elizabeth, 
3rd d. of Rev. James Gibson, M.A. ; Fellow 
of Wadham ; Preacher at the Lock Hospital, 
London ; Rector of Worlington. Educ. : 
Brighton College ; St. Catherine's College, 
Cambridge. Scholar, M.A. ; graduated as 
Wrangler in Mathematical Honours ; some- 
time Fellow of the Calcutta and Bombay 
Universities. Inspector-General of Educa- 
tion, C. Ps., India ; Director of Public In- 
struction, Oudh ; Member of the Education 
Commission ; Delegate Oriental Congress, 
London. Decorated for services in India. 
Address : Irene, Oak Park, Dawlish. 

[Died 10 July 1908. 

BROWNING, Colonel Montague Charles, C.B. ; 
Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. Suffolk Regt. 
(retired) ; J.P. Suffolk ; b. London, 2 Feb. 
1837 ; 3rd s. of Henry Browning ; m. 1862, 
Fanny Allen, d. of Rev. E. Hogg of Fornham 
St. Martin, Suffolk. Educ. : Eton. Served 
in 89th Regt. from 1855, and in 87th R. Irish 
Fusiliers until 1869 ; Crimean Campaign, 
1855-56 ; siege and fall of Sebastopol and 
attack on 8 Sept. (medal and clasp and 
Turkish medal) ; Indian Mutiny, 1857-58 ; 
Staff officer to a field force at attack on 
Taringha Hills, and at attack and capture of 
Mondetti (horse shot) ; despatches, 1858 ; 
served in 3rd Batt. Suffolk Regt. 1870-97. 
Decorated C.B. Jubilee Gazette, 1897. 
Recreation : shooting. Address : 73 Gros- 
venor Street, London, W. ; Brantham Court, 
Manningtree. Clubs : Army and Navy, 
United Service. [Died 9 Dec. 1905. 

I BROWNLEES, Sir Anthony Culling, K.C.M.G., 
cr. 1898 ; LL.D., M.D. ; Chancellor of the 
University of Melbourne ; b. 1877 ; widower. 
Studied at St. Bartholomew's and Liege ; 
practised first in London ; Physician to the 
Melbourne Hospital, 1854; founded Medical 
School in Melbourne. [Died 3 Dec. 1897. 

BROWNLOW, Lieut.-General Henry Alexander, 
R.E. ; b. 1 March 1831 ; m. 1859, d. of late 
Sir J. Brind, G.C.B., R.A. Entered army, 
1849 ; Maj.-Gen. 1886 ; retired 1886 ; 
served Indian Mutiny, 1857-58 (wounded, 
despatches twice y medal with clasp, brevet 
major) ; Inspector-General of Irrigation and 
I Deputy Secretary to Government of India, 
1877-86. Address : 8 Homefield Road, 
Wimbledon. [Died 19 Apr. 1914. 

BROWNLOW, Rt. Rev. William Robert, D.D., 
M.A. : R.C. Bishop of Clifton from 1894 ; 
b. Wilmslow Rectory, Cheshire, 4 July 1830 ; 
*. of Rev. William Brownlow and Frances, 
d. of R. J. Chambers. Educ. : Rugby ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; English College, Rome. 
B.A. Sen. Opt. 1853-63 ; a clergyman of 
Church of England ; received into Catholic 
Church by Dr. Newman, 1863 ; studied in 
Rome ; ordained priest, 1866 ; Priest at St. 
Mary Church, Devon, 1867-88 ; Plymouth 
Cathedral, 1888-94 ; as V.G., Provost, and 
Domestic Prelate to Pope Leo. XIII. Publi- 
cations : co-editor of English Roma Sotter- 
ranea ; Early Christian Symbolism ; Memoir 
of Melise Brownlow, Sir James Marshall; and 



BRUCE 

Mother Rose Columba Adams, O.P. ; Lec- 
tures on Slavery and Serfdom ; on Church 
History ; on Sacerdotalism ; on the Cata- 
combs, and other Archaeological subjects ; 
papers contributed from 1882-94 to the 
Devonshire Association ; translation of Cur 
Deus Homo, and Vitis Mystica. Recreations : 
archeology, history, and solution of chess 
problems. Address : Bishop's House, Park 
Place, Clifton, Bristol. Clubs : Bristol 
Literary Philosophical. 

[Died 5 Nov. 1901. 

BROWNRIGG, Henry John Brodrick, C.B. 
cr. 1881 ; retired Colonel and Commissary- 
General to the Forces ; b. Co. Cork, 1828 ; 
2nd s. of late Sir H. J. Brownrigg, C.B., Rifle 
Brigade, and late Inspector-General, Royal 
Irish Constabulary ; m. Alice Emma, d. of 
late Roland M'Donald, a Judge of the 
Supreme Court, Canada, 1863. Educ. : 
private school and tutor. Employed Census 
Commission, Ireland, 1841 ; Board of Public 
Works, Ireland, 1845 ; Irish Relief Com- 
mission 1848 ; joined Commissariat, 1850 ; 
served on West Coast of Africa, 1850-53 ; 
Private Secretary and A.D.C. to Governor 
and Commander-in-Chief there, also Clerk 
of the Legislative Council ; served through- 
out Eastern Campaign, 1854-55, including 
battles of Alma, Inkerman, and siege of 
Sevastopol (medal and 3 clasps and Turkish 
medal) ; operations against Fenian raids over 
United States borders, 1861 (medal and clasp) ; 
served in Zulu War, 1879, and operations 
against Sekukuni, 1880 (medal and clasp) ; 
in Boer War, 1881 (despatches) ; appointed 
Assist. Controller to the Forces, 1869 ; 
granted reward for distinguished and meri- 
torious military services, 1883 ; Colonel, 
1884 ; Senior Commissary- General of the 
Army, 1886. Decorated for general service 
as above. Recreations : hunting, shooting, 
and driving. Address : 8 Lancaster Terrace, 
Regent's Park, N.W. Club : Constitutional. 
[Died 23 Oct. 1904. 

BROWNRIGG, Sir Henry Moore, 3rd Bt., cr. 
1816 ; b. 1819 ; S. b. 1882 ; m. Ada, d. of 
late Sir J. H. Lethbridge, Bt., and widow of 
G. J. Stone, 1863. Educ. : Eton. Formerly 
officer in 52nd Regt. Heir : s. Douglas, 6. 
1867. Address : White Waltham, Maiden- 
head. [Died 28 Jan. 1900. 

BRUCE, Alexander, M.A. (Aberdeen), M.D. 
(Edinburgh, with Honours), LL.D. (Aber- 
deen), F.R.C.P.E., F.R.S.E. ; Lecturer on 
Practice of Medicine, Surgeons' Hall, Edin- 
burgh ; Physician, Royal Infirmary ; Editor 
of Review of Neurology and Psychiatry ; b. 
Ardiffery, Cruden, Aberdeenshire, 1854 ; s. of 
Alexander Bruce and Mary Milne ; m. Annie 
Louisa Connell of Hilton House, Aberdeen- 
shire ; three s. two d. Educ. ; Chanonry 
School, Old Aberdeen ; Universities of 
Aberdeen (First Bursar, Simpson prizeman 
in Greek, Seafield medallist in Latin, Town 
Council gold medallist), and Edinburgh 
(Tyndal Bruce Bursar, Ettles scholar, Leckie 
MacTier Fellow), Vienna, Heidelberg, Frank- 
fort, and Paris. Cullen prizeman at the 
Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. 
After graduating M.B., C.M. at Edinburgh, 
held the following posts : Assistant Clinical 
Clerk at West Riding Asylum, Wakefield ; 
Resident Physician, Royal Infirmary; 
Lecturer on Pathology, Surgeons' Hall ; 
Pathologist to the Royal Infirmary, Royal 
Hospital for Sick Children, Longmore 
Hospital for Incurables ; Lecturer on Neu- 
rology and on Practice of Medicine at Sur- 
geons' Hall ; Physician and Lecturer on 
Clinical Medicine 'at the Royal Infirmary. 
Publications : Illustrations of Mid and Hind 
Brain ; Topographical Atlas of the Spinal 
Cord; Translation of Thoioa's Manual of 
Pathology, and of Oppenheim's Textbook of 



BRUCE 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Nervous Diseases. Recreations : golf, shoot- 
ing, cycling, travel. Address : 8 Ainslie 
Place, Edinburgh. Club : University, Edin- 
burgh. [Died 4 June 1911. 

BRUCE, Rev. Alexander Balmain, D.D. ; 
Professor of Apologetics and New Testa- 
ment Exegesis in Free Church College, 
Glasgow, since 1875 ; b. Perthshire, 30 Jan. 
1831; *. of David Bruce ; m. Jane Hunter, 
d. of James Walker of FodderJee, Roxburgh- 
shire, 1860. Edue. : Edinburgh University. 
Minister of Free Church of Scotland, 1859- 
1875 ; Cunningham Lecturer in connection 
with Free Church of Scotland, 1875 ; Ely Lec- 
turer in Union Theological Seminary, New 
York, 1886 ; Gifford Lecturer in connection 
with the University of Glasgow, 1896-98. 
Publications : The Training of the Twelve , 
1871 ; The Humiliation of Christ, 1876 ; The 
Chief End of Revelation, 1881 ; The Para- 
bolic Teaching of Christ. 1882 ; The Galilean 
Gospel. 1882 ; The Miraculous Element in 
the Gospels, 1886 ; Life of William Denny, 
1888 ; The Kingdom of God, 1889 ; Apolo- 
getics, or Christianity Defensively Stated, 
1892 ; St. Paul's Conception of Christianity, 
1894; A Critical Commentary on the Syn- 
optical Gospels, 1896 ; With Open Face, or 
Christ Mirrored in the Gospels, 1896 ; The 
Providential Order of the World (Gifford 
Lectures, Glasgow University, 1st Series), 
1897. Recreations : golf in younger days ; 
study of Church music. Address : 32 
Hamilton Park Terrace, Glasgow. 

[Died 7 Aug. 1899. 

BRUCE, Very Rev. Charles Saul, M.A., Dean 
of Cork and Rector of St. Finbar's Cathedral 
from 1897 ; married. Educ. : Trinity Coll., 
Dublin (M.A.). Ordained, 1862 ; Chaplain 
to Seamen, Cork Harbour, 1864-66 ; Curate 
of Athnowen, 1867-72; Cork Cathedral, 
1872-75 ; Incumbent of St. Paul, Cork, 1875- 
1881 ; Rector of Monkstown, 1881-91 ; In- 
cumbent of Fermoy 1891-94 ; Canon of 
Cork, 1884-97 ; Rector of St. Luke, Cork, 
1894-97. Address : The Deanery, Cork. 

[Died 28 Dec. 1913. 

BRUCE, Rev. David, D.D., Presbyterian 
minister ; b. Cramond, nr. Edinburgh ; 
widower. Educ. : Edin. Univ. ; Divinity 
Hall of Free Church of Scotland. Minister 
of St. Andrews, Auckland, N.Z., 1853 ; 
General Agent of the New Zealand Church. 
1872 ; Editor of the New Zealand Times ; 
removed to New South Wales, 1889 ; 
Minister of North St. Leonards ; was 
Moderator of Presbyterian Church of New 
Zealand and New South Wales General 
Assembly ; Moderator of the Presbyterian 
Church of Australia, 1903-4. Address: 
Presbyterian Synod Headquarters, Sydney. 
[Died 15 Dec. 1911. 

BRUCE, Col. Edward, C.B. 1905 ; Indian Army. 
Served Afghanistan, 1879-80 (despatches, 
medal with clasp, brevet of Major). 

[Died 6 June 1911. 

BRUCE, Rt. Hon. Sir Gainsford, Kt., cr. 1892 ; 
D.C.L. ; P.C. 1904; Judge under the Benefices 
Act from 1899 ; b. 1834 ; e. s. of late John 
Collingwood Bruce and Charlotte, d. of Tobias 
Gainsford of Gerrard's Cross, Bucks ; m. 
Sophia, d. of Francis Jackson, 1868. Educ. : 
Glasgow University. Barr. 1859 ; Recorder 
of Bradford, 1877 ; Q.C. 1883 ; successively 
Solicitor-General (1879), Attorney-General 
(1886), and Chancellor (1887) of the Co. 
Palatine of Durham ; M.P. Finsbury (Hoi- 
born Div.), 1888-92 ; re-elected, 1892 ; 
Judge of the King's Bench Division of the 
High Court of Justice, 1892-1904. Hon. 
D.C.L. Durham. Publications : Life of 
John Collingwood Bruce, 1906 ; editor of 
Maude and Pollock on Shipping, and of 
Williams and Bruce on Admiralty Practice. 
Recreation : yachting. Address : Yewhurst, 



Bromley, Kent ; Gainslaw House, Berwick- 
upon-Tweed. Clubs : Carlton, Athenaeum ; 
Royal Yacht Squadron, Cowes. 

[Died 24 Feb. 1912. 

BRUCE, Lieut.-General Sir Henry Le Geyt, 
K.C.B., cr. 1897 ; b. 1824 ; m. Alice, d. 
of Dr. Chalmers, 1863. Educ. : King's 
School, Canterbury. Entered Bengal Artil- 
lery, 1842 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1878 ; served 
Gwalior, 1843 ; Sutlej, 1846 ; Punjab, 1848 ; 
N.W. Frontier, 1855 ; Indian Mutiny, 1857- 
1858 ; C.B. 1874. Address : 1 East Cliff, 
Dover. Club : East India United Service. 



[Died 15 Apr. 1899. 
dhurst ; Captain 3rd 



BRUCE, Hon. Henry Lynd 

Royal Scots (Lothian Regt.) ; ft. 25 May 
1881 ; e. s. and heir of 2nd Baron Aberdare ; 
m. 1906, Camilla, d. of late Reynold Clifford. 
Recreations : motoring, cricket, golf. Ad- 
dress : 14 Maida Vale, W 

[Died Dec. 1915. 

BRUCE, Rt. Hon. Sir H. Hervey, 3rd Bt., cr. 
1804 ; P.C. ; H.M.'s Lieut, of Londonderry 
from 1877 ; b. Ireland, 22 Sept. 1820. S. 
father 1836. Educ. : Trin. Coll. Camb. 
1st Life Guards (retired) ; contested Coleraine 
unsuccessfully, 1843 and 1846 ; Co. London- 
derry, 1857 ; M.P. (unopposed) Coleraine, 
1862-74 ; regained his seat in 1880, and sat 
till borough was disfranchised. Owned 
about 22,000 acres. Heir : s. Lt.-Col. H. ( 
J. L. Bruce, b. 5 Oct. 1843. Address : 
Downhill, Londonderry. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 8 Dec. 1907. 

BRUCE, John, J.P., D.L. ; b. 1837 ; e. s. of 
John Bruce (d. 1885) and Mary, d. of J. W. 
Nelson ; m. 1871, Mary Dalziel, y. d. of 
Ralph Erskine Scott. Educ. : The Grange, 
Bishop Wearmouth. Convener of the 
County of Zetland since 1887. Address : 
Sumburgh, Lerwick, N.B. ; 21 Drumsheugh 
Gardens, Edinburgh. T. A. : Bruce Sum- 
burgh. Clubs : Constitutional ; University, 
Conservative, Edinburgh. 

[Died 14 July 1907. 

BRUCE, Colonel Robert, C.B. (civil) ; retired ; 
J.P. Co.'s London and Middlesex; b. 17 
Feb. 1825 ; 3rd *. of late Sir James R. 
Bruce, 2nd Bt. ; m. 1859, Mary C. (d. 1893), 
o. d. of Sir John Montagu Burgoyne, 9th Bt. 
Educ. : Scottish Naval and Military 
Academy, etc. 2nd Lieut. Royal Welsh , 
Fusiliers, 1843 ; served with regiment in , 
Canada, in Bulgaria, and in Crimea (Crimean j 
medal and clasp for Sebastopol) and Indian 
Mutiny (Br. Lt.-Colonel, medal and two i 
clasps) campaigns ; Inspecting F. O. of 
Volunteers in Lancashire, 1863-68 ; retired / 
as Colonel ; Chief Constable of Lancashire, 
1868-77, and afterwards Inspector-General 
of the Royal Irish Constabulary, from which 
force he retired in 1885. Decorated for 
services as above. Recreations : field sports. 
Address : 6 Warwick Square, London, S.W. 
Clubs : Army and Navy, Royal St. George's 
Yacht. [Died 1 Sept. 1899. ! 

BRUCE, Rev. Robert, M.A., D.D. ; Minister 
of Highfield Congregational Church, Hud- 
dersfleld, 50 years ; b. Keith Hall, Aberdeen- 
shire, 4 Aug. 1829 ; m. 1854, Alice Briggs, 
Blackburn ; two s. three d. Graduated in 
Aberdeen University, 1844-48, with highest 
mathematical honours (Simpson scholar) ; 
after teaching mathematics 2 years studied 
theology, etc., in Lancashire Independent 
College, Manchester ; settled in Hudders- 
field, 1854 ; during a long and successful 
pastorate he took a leading part in his 
denomination throughout the kingdom as! 
preacher and speaker on public occasions, 
as Governor, examiner, or chairman in the 
colleges at Bradford and Rptherham and 
Silcoates School ; was chairman of the 
Congregational Union of England and Wales. 
1888 ; and was a director of the London 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Missionary Society 49 years, and for some 
years chairman of the Examination Com- 
mittee ; throughout his lifetime he was a 
zealous advocate of Education in all grades, 
and for all classes ; Elementary, Secondary, 
and University, on broad and unsectarian 

| basis ; 21 years member of Huddersfield 

I School Board (chairman 9 year?), and a 
vice-president of the Association of School 
Boards ; presented with the freedom of the 
Borough of Huddersfield, 1906. Address : 
Hurstlea, Alexandra Park, Harrogate. 

[Died 6 Nov. 1908. 

BRUCE, Rev. Robert, D.D. ; Rector of Little 
Dean, Glouc. from 1903 ; m. 1863, Emily 
Charlotte Hughes-Hughes (d. 1912) ; two 
d. Educ. : Trinity College Dublin ; B.A. 
1858 ; M.A. 1868 ; Hon. B.D., D.D. 1882 ; 
Hon. D.D. Oxford, 1895. Missionary C.M.S. 
Punjab, India, 1858-68 ; Persia, 1869-93 ; 
Chaplain of Durham County Penitentiary, 
1898 ; Hon. Canon, Durham, 1899 ; Chaplain 
to Corporation of City of Durham, 1900 ; 
Vicar, St. Nicholas, Durham, 1896-1903. 
Publications : Translation of Bible and 
Book of Common Prayer into Persian ; 
Bible History in Persian ; Apostolic Order 
and Unity. Recreation : chess. Address : 
Little Dean Rectory, Newnham, Gloucester. 
[Died 15 March 1915. 

BRUCE, Sir William Cuningham, 9th Bt., cr. 
1629 ; J.P., D.L. ; b. Bombay, 1825 ; S. u. 
1862 ; m. Charlotte, d. of late Hon. W. 
O'Grady, Q.C., 1850 (d. 1873). Capt. 74th 
Foot (retired). Heir : s. William, b, 1856. 
Address : Viara, Ascot. Club : Naval and 
Military. [Died 29 May 1906. 

BRUCE, Sir William Waller, 10th Bt., cr. 
1629 ; J.P., D.L. ; b. 27 Sept. 1856 ; s. of 
9th Bt. and Charlotte, d. of late Hon. W. 
O'Grady, Q.C. ; S. father 1906 ; m. 1892, 

, Angelica Mary, d. of late Gen. G. Selby, R.A. ; 
two s. Heir : s. Michael William Selby, b. 
27 March 1894. Address: Elmside, West 
Drayton. [Died 23 March 1912. 

BRU-DE-WOLD, Colonel Hilmar Theodore, 
C.M.G. 1900 ; D.S.O. 1907 ; V.D. ; J.P. ; 

1 Colonel on Supernumerary Staff ; Com- 
mandant Natal Militia (retired) ; b. 24 Aug. 
1842 ; s. of Hans C. Bru-de-Wold, Tron- 
dh.jem, Norway ; m. 1st, 1871, Sarah (d. 
1892), d. of J. Baizley, Ifafa ; 2nd, 1895, 
Helen Mary, d. of J. D. Shuter, Durban. 
Served Zulu War, 1879 (medal with clasp) ; 
Boer War, 1899-1902 (despatches twice, 
Queen's and King's medals with three clasp?, 
C.M.G.) ; conducted operation Native Re- 
bellion, 1906 (medal, D.S.O.). Address : 
Eidswold, Lower Umizimkulu, Natal. 

[Died 8 Sept. 1913. 

BRUEN, Right Hon. Henry, P.C., D.L., J.P. ; 
P.O. (Ireland) 1880 ; D.L. Co. Carlow ; J.P. 

, Co. Carlow and Co. Wexford ; member of 
Representative Body of Church of Ireland; 
b. Oak Park, Carlow, 16 June 1828 ; o. s. 
of late Colonel Henry Bruen, M.P., and Anne 
Wandesforde, d. of Thoma sKavanagh, M.P., 
of Borris House, Co. Carlow ; m. 1854, Mary 
Margaret (d. 1894), d. of Edward M. Conolly, 

, M.P., of Castletown Co. Kildare ; three s. 
six d. Educ. : private school of Rev. J. M. 
Glubb, Shermanbury, Sussex. M.P. (C.) 
for Co. Carlow, 1857-80. Address : Oak 
Park, Carlow. Clubs : Carlton : Kildare 
Street, Dublin. [Died 8 March 1912. 

BRUNETIERE, Ferdinand ; Directeur de la 
Revue des deux Mondes ; president du 
Syndicat de la Presse pe"riodique ; b. Toulon, 
19 juillet 1849, cm son pere exercait les 
fonctions d'inspecteur en chef de la marine. 
Educ. : Lorient, Marseille, et Paris, Lyce"e 
Louis-le-Grand. Ecrivain, professeur et 
conf6rencier ; Membre de l'Aeade"mie Fran- 
caise depuis 1893 ; et maitre de conferences 
a 1'Ecole Normale SuptSrieure depuis 1885. 
4 



BRYANT 

Publications : Etudes critiques sur 1'histoire 
de la litte"rature francaise ; Involution des 
genres litte'raires ; Histoire de la poe'sie 
lyrique ; Etudes philosophiques et religieuses, 
etc. Address : Paris, Rue Bara No. 4. 

[Died Dec. 1906. 

BRYAN, Col. William Booth, V.D., Member of 
Council of Institution of Civil Engineers, M. 
Inst. M.E., F.R. Met. Soc. ; Chief Engineer 
to the Metropolitan Water Board ; s. of 
John Bryan lace manufacturer, Nottingham ; 
m. 1st, Hannah, d. of Henry Roberts of 
Nottingham ; 2nd, Alice Ange"lique, o. d. 
of M. S. Philips, London ; two s. two d. 
Educ. : Nottingham Grammar School. 
Pupil of the late M. Ogle Tarbotton, M.Inst. 
C.E., F.G.S. ; Borough Engineer of Burnley, 
1873-76 ; Borough and Water Engineer of 
Blackburn, 1876-82 ; Chief Engineer to the 
East London Waterworks Company, 1882- 
1904 ; Lieutenant-Colonel commanding 2nd 
Tower Hamlets Volunteer Rifle Corps, 1889- 
1903 ; Hon. Colonel, 17th Battalion County 
of London Regiment; President of Junior 
Institution of Engineers, 1907. Address: 
Elmstead Wood, Chislehurst; Metropolitan 
Water Board, Savoy Court, W.C. Clubs: 
City of London, St. Stephen's. 

[Died 27 Oct. 1914. 

BRYANT, Capt. Henry Grenville, D.S.O. 1900 ; 
Shrops. Light Infantry ; b. 5 June 1872 ; 
e. s. of H. S. Bryant of 2 Hesketh Crescent, 
Torquay ; m. 1904. Phyllis Mary, 2nd d. of 
late J. R. W. Hildyard of Horsley Hall, 
Co. Durham, and Hutton Bonville Hall, 
Northallerton. Entered Army, 1894 ; served 
S. Africa. Address : Trimulgherry, Deccan, 
India. [Died 1 May 1915. 

BRYANT, J. H., M.D., F.R.C.P. (Lond.) ; 
Physician and Lecturer on Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics at Guy's Hospital ; b. 
1867 ; e. s. of William *Mead Bryant of 
Ilminster, Somerset ; m. Stella Beatrice Fry ; 
one s. two d. Educ. : Ilminster Grammar 
School (Banning Exhibition); Sherborne 
School ; Guy's Hospital. 1st Class Hons. 
and gold medal in Medicine and 1st Class 
Hons. Forensic Medicine M.B. Examina- 
tion, London Univ., 1890; M.R.C.S. Eng. 
and B.S. (Lond.), 1890 ; Treasurer's gold 
medal in Medicine, Treasurer's gold medal 
in Surgery, Beaney prize in Pathology, 1891, 
Michael Harris prize in Anatomy, 1888, and 
other prizes at Guy's Hospital ; Medical 
Registrar and Pathologist at Guy's Hospital 
(retired). Publications : editor of the 
Guy's Hospital Reports; Diseases of the 
Abdominal Blood Vessels, Allchin's System 
of Medicine; Electro - Therapeutics, Hale 
White's Text Book of Therapeutics ; Con- 
tributions to the Guy's Hospital Reports ; 
Societies and Medical Journals. Address : 
8 Mansfield Street, Cavendish Square, W. 

[Died 21 May 1906. 

BRYANT, Thomas, M.Ch., F.R.C.S. England 
and Ireland ; Consulting Surgeon to Guy's 
Hospital; b. Kennington, S.E., 20 May 
1828 ; e. s. of late T. Egerton Bryant, 
M.R.C.S., President of the Medical Society 
of London; m. Adelaide Louisa (d. 1911), 
d. of Benjamin Walrond, 1862; four s. 
three d. Educ. : King's College ; Gay's 
Hospital. President R.C.S. 1890-93 ; Presi- 
dent of Medical Society of London, 1872; 
Hunterian Society, 1873 ; Clinical Society, 
1885 ; Royal Society of Medicine, 1898-99 ; 
Surgeon Extraordinary to Queen Victoria ; 
Surgeon in Ordinary to King Edward VII. 
1901-10 ; and Treasurer and Representative 
of Royal College of Surgeons, England, on 
General Medical Council. Publicatwns : On 
Practice of Surgery, 1872, 4th ed. 1884; 
On Diseases of the Breast, 1887 ; Surgical 
Diseases of Children, 1893 ; Diseases of 
Rectum, 1899. Recreations : fly-fishing (as 



BRYMEB 

an amusement), literature. Address : 21 
Fitzgeorge Avenue, Kensington, W. Clubs : 
Athenaeum (Rule 2), Royal Societies. 

[Died 30 Dec. 1914. 

BRYMER, William Ernest, Colonel Dorset 
Yeomanry (retired) ; b. 20 May 1840 ; *. 
of Capt. John Brymer. Educ. : Harrow ; 
Trinity Coll. Cambridge, M.P. (0.) for 
Dorchester, 1874-85 ; Dorset, 8., 1891-1906. 
Address : Ilsington House, Dorchester ; 8 
St. James's Street, London, S.W. Clubs : 
Carlton, Oxford and Cambridge, Turf. 

[Died 9 May 1909. 

BUCCLEUCH, 6th Duke of (cr. 1663), William 
Henry Walter Montagu-Douglas-Scott, K.G., 
K.T., P.O., J.P., D.L., Baron Scott of 
Buccleuch, 1606 ; Earl of Buccleuch, Baron 
Scott of Whitchester and Eskdaill, 1619 ; 
Earl of Doncaster and Baron Tynedale 
(Eng.), 1662 ; Earl of Dalkeith, 1663 ; Duke 
of Queensberry, Marquis of Dumfriesshire, 
Earl of Drumlanrig and Sanquhar, Viscount 
of Nith, Torthorwold, and Ross, Baron 
Douglas, 1684. Capt.-Gen. Royal Co. of 
Archers ; Lord-Lieut, of Dumfriesshire since 
1858 ; M.F.H. (Buccleuch) ; b. London, 9 
Sept. 1831 ; *. of 5th Duke and Charlotte, 
d. of 2nd Marquis of Bath ; S. father 1884 ; 
m. 1859, Lady Louisa Jane Hamilton (d. 
1912), V.A., Mistress of the Robes to the 
Queen, 3rd d. of 1st Duke of Abercorn ; 
five *. two d. Educ. : Eton ; Christ Church, 
Oxford. Lieutenant-Colonel Midlothian 
Yeomanry, 1856-72; Member (C.) for 
Midlothian, 1853-68, 1874-80. Owned about 
460,000 acres. Heir : s. Earl of Dalkeith. 
Address : Montagu House, Whitehall, 
S.W. ; Bowhill, Selkirk ; Dalkeith Palace, 
Dalkeith ; Drumlanrig Castle, Thornhill ; 
Eildon Hall, St. Boswells ; Langholm Lodge, 
Langholm. Clubs : Canton, Marlborough, 
St. Stephen's, Travellers', Turf ; Royal 
Yacht Squadron, Cowes ; New, Edinburgh. 
[Died 5 Nov. 1914. 

BUCHAN, Alexander, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S., 
F.R.S.E. ; Secretary Scottish Meteorological 
Society from 1860 ; member Meteorological 
Council of the Royal Society, 1887 ; Mem- 
ber of Council 1871, and Curator of Library 
and Museum, Royal Society of Edinburgh, 
1878 ; b. Kinnesswood, Kinross-shire, 11 
April 1829 ; m. 1864, Sarah (d. 1900), d. of 
David Ritchie, Musselburgh. Educ. : Free 
Church Normal School, and Univ. Edin- 
burgh. Teacher, 1848-60 ; President Botani- 
cal Society of Edinburgh, 1870-71 ; Mak- 
dougall-Brisbane Prize, 1876 ; and Gunning 
Victoria Jubilee Prize, 1893, of Royal Soc. 
of Edin. ; the Symon's Memorial Medal of 
the Royal Meteorological Society. Publica- 
tions : Handy Book of Meteorology, 1867, 
2nd ed. 1868 ; Introductory Text-Book of 
Meteorology, 1871 ; Atmospheric Circula- 
tion, 1889, and Oceanic Circulation, 1895, 
in " Challenger " Reports ; Weather and 
Health of London (jointly with Sir Arthur 
Mitchell) ; Meteorology and other articles in 
Encyclopaedia Britannica and Chambers's 
Encyclopaedia. Recreations : literature, 
more particularly old English poets, drama- 
tists, and historians, Scott's Novels, Burns's 
Poems, Tennyson's Poems, books of travels ; 
botany, angling, hill-climbing. Address : 
2 Dean Terrace, Edinburgh. 

[Died 13 May 1907. 

BUCHAN, 13th Earl of (or. 1469), David Stuart 
Erskine, D.L. Lord Auchterhouse, 1469 ; 
Baron Cardross, 1606. Captain (retired) 
35th Foot ; b. Nov. 1815 ; S. father 1857 ; 
m. 2nd, Maria, d. of William James, 1876. 
Heir : s. Lord Cardross, b. 1850. Address : 
W. Hagbourne Manor, Didcot. 

[Died 3 Dec. 1899. 

BUCHAN, Brig.-Gen. Lawrence, C.M.G. 1900 ; 
A.D.C. ; C.V,O. 1908 ; commanding Pro- 
98 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



vince of Quebec since 1905 ; b. 29 Jan. 
1847 ; s. of late David Buchan, of Braeside 
and Halcro House, Toronto ; m. 1874, Mary 
Fenton, d. of late W. G. Paterson. Educ. : 
Upper Canada Coll. Ensign, Queen's Own 
Rifles of Canada, 1872 ; Captain and Ad- 
jutant, 1875 ; Major, 90th Rifles, 1885 ; 
served through North- West Campaign, 1885 
(despatches twice, medal and clasp) ; com- 
manded Canadian Mounted Infantry, 1885- 
1891 ; transferred to Royal Canadian Regt. ; 
Lieut.-Col. 1895 ; served with regiment in 
South Africa, 1899-1900 (despatches twice, 
medal with clasps Cape Colony, Paarde- 
berg, Driefontein, Johannesburg) ; promoted 
Colonel ; Hon. A.D.C. to Governor-General 
of Canada. Address : Montreal. Clubs : St. 
James's, Hunt, Montreal. 

[Died 7 Oct. 1909. 

BUCHANAN, George, M.A., M.D. ; LL.D., 
L.R.C.S. ; Surgeon Western Infirmary, 
Glasgow ; b. 1827. Surgeon Glasgow Royal 
Infirmary (retired) ; Civil Surgeon, army in 
Crimea; Pres. Surg. Sect. Brit. Med. 
Assoc. 1888 ; Vice-Pres. 1872 ; one of the 
editors of Glasgow Med. Journ. ; Professor 
of Clinical Surgery, Glasgow University, to 
1900. Publications : Camp Life in the 
Crimea ; On Lithotrity, with Cases, 1880 ; 
Clinical Surgery (an inaugural address), 
1874 ; Radical Cure of Inguinal Hernia in 
Children, 1880 ; Talipes Varus, 1880 ; Faure's, 
Storage Battery, and Electricity in Surgery, 
1881 ; Anaesthesia Jubilee, a Retrospect, 
Edin. Med. Journal, 1897 ; editor of 10th 
ed. Anatomist's Vade Mecum. Recreations : 
foreign travel, walking excursions (record, 
Monte Rosa), sketching. Address : Balanton, 
35 Snowdon Place, Stirling. Club: Stirling 
County. [Died 19 Apr. 1906. 

BUCHANAN, Lieut.-Gen. Henry James, C.B., 
1880; 6. Dursley, 1 Nov. 1830; m. Mary 
Louisa, e. d. of Rev. Frederick Mayne. 
Educ. : Marlborough. Entered Army, 1850 : 
Lieut.-Gen., 1892 ; served Crimea, 1354-55 
(medal with three clasps, Sardinian and 
Turkish medals, 5th class of Medjidie) 
North-West Frontier, 1877-78 (despatches, 
C.B., medal with clasp). Recreations : 
cricket and shooting. Address : West Dean 
Cottage, Chichester. Club : United Service. 
[Died 7 Oct. 1903. 

BUCHANAN, Sir James, 2nd Bt., cr. 1878; 
J.P., D.L. ; Commander R.N. (retired) ; 
b. 1840; S. father 1882; m. Arabella, rf. 
of late Capt. G. C. Colquitt Craven, Brock- 
hampton Park, Gloucestershire, 1873. Heir : 
b. Eric, b. 1848. Address : Craigend Castle, 
Milngavie, near Glasgow. 

[Died 16 Oct. 1901. 

BUCHANAN, Lewis Mansergh, C.B., F.R.G.S. 
F.R.Met.Soc. ; Colonel, retired from 4th 
Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1897 ; b. 31 
Dec. 1836 ; 7th and y. s. of John Buchanan, 
Lisnamallard, Co. Tyrone ; m. 1st, Eleanor, 
d. of W. Whitla; 2nd, Wilhelmina, d. o j ; 
George Molony, R.M. Educ. : Dungannon 
College and privately. Joined Royal Tyrone 
Fusilier Militia, 1855 ; volunteered with 80 
men to the Army in the Crimea, 1856 ; served 
through Indian Mutiny with 88th Connaught, 
Rangers, 1857-58-59 (medal and clasp) ; 
rejoined the Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, 1862 ; 
commanded the battalion, 1887-97 ; ove : 
42 years' Line and Militia service. Decorated 
for service in India and long service in Militia. 
Publications : Last Winter in Spain, 1883- 
1884 ; Through the Himalayas and Chinese; 
Thibet, 1859-60; The Climate of Ulster. 
Annual valuation of real estate about 1500. 
Address : Edenfel, Omagh, Co. Tyrone. 
Clubs : Royal Societies ; Friendly Brothers, 
Tyrone County. [Died 23 Apr. 1908. 

BUCHANAN, Robert, author, dramatist, and 
publisher of his own writings ; 6. Caverswall 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Staffordshire, 18 Aug, 1841 ; o. s. of Robert 
Buchanan, socialist, missionary, and journa- 
list, and Margaret Williams, of Stoke-upon- 
Trent. Educ. : Glasgow Academy and High 
School ; Glasgow University. Came to 
London from Scotland in 1860, and became 
journalist, novelist, and dramatist ; passing 
part of the time in Scotland and Ireland ; 
visited America in 1880. Publications : 
Poems, including London Poems, 1866 ; 
Book of Orm, 1868 ; Collected Poetical 
Works, 1880 ; The Wandering Jew, 1890 ; 
published anonymously, St. Abe and His 
Seven Wives, White Rose and Red ; first 
novel, The Shadow of the Sword, published 
about 1874 ; from 1880 onward produced 
many popular plays ; became his own pub- 
lisher in 1896, issuing The Devil's Case and 
other works. Andromeda, 1900. Recreations : 
yachting, shooting, fishing, horse-racing. 

[Died 10 June 1901. 

BUCHANAN, Rt. Hon. Thomas Ryburn, P.C. ; 
M.P. (L.) East Division, Perths., from 1903 ; 
/;. Glasgow, 1846 ; s. of late J. Buchanan, 
Glasgow ; m. Emily, d. of T. S. Bolitho, 1888. 
E'luc. : Glasgow ; Sherborne ; Balliol Coll., 
Oxford, Stanhope Prize ; Fellow of All Souls. 
Barr. Inner Temple ; contested Haddington, 
1880 ; contested W. Edinburgh, 1892 ; M.P. 
Edinburgh, 1881-85 ; W. Edinburgh, 1885- 
1892 ; M.P. (G.L.) Aberdeenshire, E., 1892- 
1900 ; Financial Secy., War Office, 1906-8 ; 
Under-Secy. of State, India Office, 1908-9. 
Address : 12 South Street, W. Club : 
Reform. [Died 7 Apr. 1911. 

BUCHHEIM, Charles Adolphus, Phil. Doc.; 
Hon. M.A. Oxon. ; Professor of German 
Literature, King's Coll. London, from 1863 ; 
b. Moravia, 22 Jan. 1828 ; m. Pauline n6e 
Hermann, 1857. Educ. : Vienna, Press- 
burg. Sometime Examiner to the University 
of London ; German instructor to children 
of Prince of Wales. Publications : Schiller's 
Wallenstein, 1862 ; The Political Course of 
the Reformation, 1883 ; edited for G. T. S., 
with Introductions, etc., Deutsche Lyrik, 
1875 ; Balladen und Romanzen, 1891 ; 
Heine's Lieder und Gedichte, 1897 ; and a 
Series of German Classics for the Clarendon 
Press, Oxford, 1869-96. Recreation : book- 
collecting. Address : 9 Connaught Road, 
Harlesden, N.W. Club : Authors'. 

[Died 7 June 1900. 

BUCKINGHAM, Col. Sir James, Kt., cr. 1906 ; 
C.I.E. 1890 ; Secretary. Indian Tea Associa- 
tion, 21 Mincing Lane, London ; ex-manager 
, Amgoorie Tea Estates ; Chairman Assam 
Branch India Tea Association ; Hon. 
Magistrate Sibsangar District; b. 23 Mar. 
1843 ; e. s. of late Rev. J. Buckingham, 
Devon ; m. Laura Amelia, d. of Surg.-Major 
Collins, I.S.C., 1880 ; two s. one d. Educ. : 
Blandford Grammar School ; Cheltenham 
Coll. Major comm. Sibsangar Mounted 
Rifles, 1884 ; commanded Assam Valley 
Administrative Batt. 1890 ; Lieut.-Col. 
Assam Valley Mounted Rifles, 1891 ; Member 
Vol. Conference, Calcutta, 1892 ; Additional 
Member Viceroy's Council, 1893-94 ; again 
1899-1901 ; retired with rank of Col. 1897 ; 
Hon. A.D.C. to Viceroy 1895-1898. Recrea- 
tions : football, rowing, and athletics at 
Cheltenham ; athletics at Torquay, 1864, 
"when he carried off everything. Address : 
::t Carlisle Mansions, Westminster, S.W. 
Clubs : Oriental ; Bengal, Calcutta. 

[Died 27 Feb. 1912. 

BUCKLE, Rev. Martin Brereton, Rector of 
Astley, Worcestershire, from 1894 ; Hon. 
Canon of Worcester Cathedral, 1909 ; Rural 
Dean of Worcester West, 1907 ; b. 1853 ; s. 
of Rev. William Buckle, Vicar of Canon 
Frome, Herefordshire ; m. 1st, 1881, Ethel 
Frances (d. 1908), o. c. of late Henry Ellison 
(' Stonfi, Yorks. ; one s. turee d. ; 2nd, 1913, 



BUCKNILL 

Clare Sybil, 3rd d. of late Clare Sewell 
Read, M.P. Educ. : Bromsgrove School An 
architect, 1870-80; engaged mostly in 
the restoration of the old churches' and 
A.R.I.B.A. ; Curate of Much Wenlock, 1883- 
1885 ; Vicar of Clifton on Teme, 1885-94. 
Recreations : golf, fishing, archeological 
interests. Address : Astley Rectory, Stour- 
port. [Died 12 Feb. 1915 

BUCKLE, Major Matthew Perceval, D.S O 
1900; Royal West Kent Regiment- b 
29 Sept. 1869; 2nd s. of Admiral C. E.' 
Buckle, of Raithby Spilsby ; m. 1909, 
Marjorie, e. d. of Col. C. A. Swan. Educ 
Winchester College. Entered Army, 1889; 
Captain, 1898 ; Adjutant, 1897 ; Staff- 
Captain at War Office, 1904 ; Brigade-Major 
2nd Infantry Brigade, 1906 ; served South 
Africa (severely wounded, despatches) 
Major, 1907. Address: Quetta. Club: 
Army and Navy. [Died 26 Oct. 1914. 

BUCKLEY, Abel, J.P., Banker ; b. 1835 ; *. of 
late Abel Buckley of Alderdale Lodge. Lan- 
cashire ; m. 1875, Hannah (d. 1897), d. of 
John Summers of Sunnyside, Ashton-under- 
Lyne. M.P. Lancashire (Prestwich Div.), 
1885-86. Address : Ryecroft Hall, Ashton- 
under-Lyne ; Galtee Castle, Mitchelstown, 
Co. Cork. Clubs : Reform ; National 
Liberal. [Died 23 Dec. 1908. 

BUCKLEY, Colonel Arthur Dashwood Bulkeley, 
C.B. 1911 ; A.A.G. War Office ; b. 15 June 
1860 ; 2nd s. of late Rev. Joseph Buckley, 
Rector of Sopworth, Wiltshire; unmarried. 
Educ. : Marlborough College. Joined 37th 
Hampshire Regiment from North Gloucester 
Militia 1879, served as adjutant 1st V.B. 
Hampshire Regt. 1889-94 ; second in com- 
mand 2nd Hampshire Regt. in South Africa 
1900-1 (despatches, bt. Lt.-Col., Queen's medal 
4 clasps) ; later in command of 1st Hamp- 
shire Regt. with Aden Boundary Column, and 
for some time in command of that column, 
since served as A.A.G. War Office and Chief 
Recruiting Staff Officer, London District. Re- 
creations : Hunting, shooting, etc. Address : 
63 Pall Mall, S.W. Club : Army and Navy. 
[Died 3 Apr. 1915. 

BUCKLEY, Sir Edmund, D.L. : 1st Bt., cr. 
1868 ; s. of late E. Peck ; b. Manchester, 
1834 ; m. 1st, I860, Sarah (d. 1883), e. d. of 
W. Rees of Tonn, County Carmarthen ; one 
s. one d. ; 2nd, Sara, widow of A. J. Burton, 
Chicago, U.S.A., 1885. M.P. for Newcastle- 
under-Lyme, 1865-78 ; assumed the name of 
Buckley, 1864. Owned about 11,300 acres. 
Heir : s. Edmond, b. 1861. Address : The 
Plas, Dinas Mawddwy, N. Wales ; Aber- 
turnant Hall, Bala. [Died 21 March 1910. 

BUCKLEY, Rev. Felix J., M.A. ; Hon. Canon 
of Bristol ; Rector of Stanton St. Quintin, 
Wilts, 1880-1905 ; b. 15 Oct. 1834 ; s. of 
General Buckley ; m. 1872, Miss Hervey 
Bathurst. Educ. : Eton ; Merton Coll. 
Oxford. Curate at Buckland Monachorum, 
1858-60 ; Rownhams, Hants, 1861-63 ; 
Nunton, Wilts, 1863-67 ; Rector of Stanton 
St Quintin, 1867-70 ; Curate of Bemerton, 
Wilts. 1870-71 ; Vicar of Mountfleld, Sussex, 
1871-80. Address : Pine Grange, Bourne- 
mouth. Club : Junior Conservative. 

[Died 20 March 1911. 

BUCKNILL, Sir John Charles, Kt., cr. 1849 ; 
M.D., F.R.S. ; b. 1817 ; s. of John Bucknill 
of Market Bosworth ; widower. Educ. : 
Rugby ; Edinburgh University. Medical 
Superintendent Devon County Lunatic 
Asylum, 1844-62; originated and edited 
Journal of Medical Science ; one of founders 
of Volunteer Movement of 1859. Piiblica- 
tions : Mad Folk of Shakespeare ; Medical 
Knowledge of Shakespeare. Address : Hil- 
morton, Rugby ; East Cliff House, Bourne- 
mouth, Hants. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Dud 20 July 1897. 
99 



BUIST 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



m. I860, Grace Scott Napier Martin ; seven 




Jyntiah Hills Campaign, 1860-62,63 (de- 
spatches, thanks of Lieut.-Governor of Bengal 
and of Commander-in-Chief in India) ; 
Bhootan Expedition, 1865 (despatches, medal 
with clasp) ; led storming parties at Moon- 
sow Ooksai, Numbraie, Raselyand, and 4th 
capture of Moonsow Fort. Address : 22 
Palmeira Avenue, Hove.Wton.^ ^ 

BULKELEY, Captain Thomas Henry Rivers, 
C M G 1911 ; M.V.O., 1909 ; Scots Guards ; 
Equerry to the Duke of Connaught ; Comp- 
troller to H.R.H.'s Household in Canada 
from 1911 ; b. 23 June 1876 ; *. of Col. C. 
Rivers Bulkeley ; m. 1913, Evelyn Pelly, 
d of Lady Lilian Yorke and late Sir Henry 
Pelly, 3rd Bt., g.-d. of Earl of Wemyss, lady- 
in-waiting to Duchess of Connaught. Educ.: 
Eton Joined Oxford Militia, 1894 ; Capt. 
1897 : 2nd Lieut. Scots Guards 1899 ; Capt. 
1904; served South Africa, 1899-1902; 
Adjutant 1st Batt. Scots Guards, 1901-4 
(wounded at Belmont, despatches thrice, 
Queen's medal 6 clasps, King's medal 2 
clasps) ; A.D.C. to Lord Curzon, Viceroy of 
India, 1904-5, and Comptroller of the 
Household ; A.D.C. and Comptroller of the 
Household to Lord Minto, Viceroy of India, 
1905-7 ; A.D.C. to Field-Marshal H.R.H. 
the Duke of Connaught, Inspector- General 
of the Forces, 1907, and when Commanding 
in Chief and High Commissioner in the 
Mediterranean, 1907-9 ; accompanied Duke 
of Connaught to British East Africa and 
South Africa, 1910. Address : 27 St. 
James' Court, S.W. Clubs : Guards, Junior 
Carlton ; County, Shrewsbury. 

[Died 26 Oct. 1914. 

BULKELEY-OWEN, Rev. Thomas M. Bulkeley, 
J.P., Co. Salop ; o. sury. s. of Thos B.ulkeley 
Bulkeley-Owen of Tedsmore Hall ; m. 1880, 
Hon. Fanny Mary Katherine, o. c. of 1st 
Lord Harlech and widow of Hon. Lloyd 
Kenyon, and mother of 4th Lord Kenyon. 
Educ. : Rugby ; Christ Church, Oxford. 
For ten years Vicar of Welsh-Hampton,Elles- 
mere, Salop. Address : Tedsmore Hall, 
Oswestry. [Died 5 June 1910. 

BULLARD, Sir Harry, Kt., cr. 1887 ; J.P. for 
City of Norwich and County of Norfolk ; 
D.L. ; M.P. (C.) Norwich, 1885-86 and from 
1895 ; Chairman of Bullard and Sons, Ltd., 
Anchor Brewery, Norwich ; b. 1841 ; m. 
Sarah Jane, d. of late T. Ringer, Rougham, 
1867. Sheriff, 1877-78; Mayor of Nor- 
wich, 1878-81, 1886-87. Address : Hellesdon 
House, Norwich, and 4 Whitehall Court, 
S.W. Clubs : Carlton, Junior Carlton, Consti- 
tutional, City Carlton ; Norfolk County. 

[Died 26 Dec. 1903. 

BULLEN, Frank Thomas, author and lecturer ; 
b. Paddington, 5 April 1857 ; s. of F. R. 
Bullen of Crewkerne, Dorset ; m. 1878, 
Amelia Grimwood ; three d. Educ. : no 
education after 1866 ; prior to that at Dame 
School and Westbourne School, Paddington. 
From 1866, errand boy, nomad, etc., until 
1869 ; then at sea in various capacities up 
to and including chief mate, in all parts of 
the world, until 1883 ; then junior clerk in 
Meteorological Office until 1899. Publica- 
tions : The Cruise of the " Cachalot " ; 
Idylls of the Sea ; The Log of a Sea Waif ; 
The Men of the Merchant Service ; With 
Christ at Sea ; A Sack of Shakings ; The 
Apostles of the South-East ; Deep-Sea 
Phmderings; A Whaleman's Wife; Sea- 
Wrack ; Sea, Puritans ; Creatures of the Sea ; 
100 



Back to Sunny Seas ; A Son of the Sea 
Our Heritage the Sea ; Frank Brown, Ses 
Apprentice ; The Call of the Deep ; Advance 
Australia ; Confessions of a Tradesman 
Young Nemesis ; The Seed of the Righteous 
Beyond, Cut off from the World ; A Com- 
pleat Sea Cook ; and many stories, articles 
and essays. Recreation : none. Address , 
Millfield, Heathwood Road, Bournemouth. 

[Died I March 1915 

BULLER, Sir Alexander, G.C.B., cr. 1902: 
K.C.B., cr. 1896 ; Admiral, 1897 ; b. 1834 : 
*. of Rev. Richard Buller, Lanreath, Corn- 
wall ; m. Mary, d. of Henry Tritton, Bedding- 
ton, Surrey, 1870. Entered Royal Navy 
1848 ; served in Black Sea, 1854-55 ; Com- 
mander-in-Chief on China Station, 1895-97, 
Address : Erie Hall, Plympton, Devon. 

[Died 3 Oct. 1903, 

BULLER, Sir Morton Edward Manningham-, 
2nd Bt., cr. 1868 ; J.P., D.L. ; b. 31 May 
1825 ; S. father 1882 ; m. Mary, d. of W. 
Davenport, Maer Hall, Staffordshire, 1863 ; 
three d. Educ. : Eton ; Balliol Coll. Oxford. 
Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. North Staffs. Regt. 
Heir : n. Captain Mervyn Edward Manning- 
ham-Buller, h. [16 Jan. 18761. Address: 
Dilhorn Hall, Cheadle. Club : United Uni- 
versity. [Died 27 Apr. 1910. 
BULLER, General Rt. Hon. Sir Redvers Henry, 
G.C.B., cr. 1894; G.C.M.G., cr. 1900; 
K.C.M.G., cr. 1882; K.C.B., cr. 1885; P.C., 
V.C. 1879 ; b. 7 Dec. 1839 ; e. surv. s. of late 
J. W. Buller and Charlotte, d. of late Lord 
H. M. Howard ; m. Lady Audrey Jane Char- 
lotte, d. of 4th Marquis Townshend and 
widow of Hon. G. T. Howard, 1882. Educ. : 
Eton. Entered 60th Rifles, 1858 ; Lieut.- 
Gen. 1891 ; served in China, 1860 ; Red 
River Expedition, 1870 ; Ashanti War, 1874 ; 
Kaffir War, 1878 ; Zulu War, 1878-79 (Brevet 
Lieut.-Col., V.C., C.M.G., medal with clasp) ; 
Chief of Staff, Boer War, 1881 ; Intelligence 
Department, Egypt, 1882 ; present at Kas- 
sassin, Tel-el-Kebir (despatches, K.C.M.G., 
medal with clasp, 3rd Class Osmanieh, 
Khedive's star) ; Soudan War, 1884 
(despatches twice, Ma j.- Gen., two clasps) ; 
Chief of Staff, Soudan, 1884-85. de- 
spatches, K.C.B. clasp) ; Quartermaster- 
General, 1887 ; Under-Secretary for Ireland, 
1887 ; Adj. -Gen. 1890-97 ; in command at 
Aldershot, 1898-99 ; served South Africa, 
1899-1900, first a General commanding the 
Forces in South Africa, and afterwards as 
General Officer commanding in Natal, and 
conducted the operations for the relief of 
Ladysmith, which was successfully accom- 
plished after an investment of 118 days ; 
subsequently conducted operations resulting 
in expulsion of Boer army from Natal] 
(despatches) ; commanded 1st Army Corps,] 
Aldershot, 1901 ; retired, 1906. Address :\ 
Downes, Crediton. Clubs : Army and Navy, ' 
Naval and Military. Brooks's Athenaeum, 
United Serice. [Died 2 June 1908. 
BULLER, Sir Walter Lawry, K.C.M.G., cr. 
1886 ; C.M.G. 1875 ; F.R.S. ; b. 9 Oct. 1838 ; 
s. of Rev. J. Buller, Canterbury, N. Zealand ; 
m. 1862, Charlotte (d, 1891), d. of Gilbert 
Mair, J.P. Resident Magistrate and Native . 
Commissioner and Judge of Native Land 
Court in N. Zealand, 1862-72; served in, 
Maori War as Volunteer on Sir George Grey's j 
staff, 1865 (medal) ; Barr. Inner Temple,} 
1874 ; member of New Zealand Commission! 
for Colonial and Indian Exhibition of 1886 j 
Member Executive Council, British Section ' 
Paris Exhibition, 1889 (Officer in Legion o 
Honour) ; represented New Zealand, Govern 
ing Body Imperial Institute, 1891-96 ; Hon, 
Sc.D. Cantab. 1900 ; Kt. Commander of th! 
Crown of Italy; also Kt. of the Orders d 
Francis Joreph of Austria, Frederick of Wud 
temberg, and Philip of Hesse, Darmstadt 1 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Publication : A History of the Birds of New ! 
Zealand, 1873 ; 2nd ed. 1888 ; and numerous 1 
scientific memoirs and papers. Recreation* : ' 
ornithology, ethnology. Addrett : The Ter- j 
race, Wellington, New Zealand. Club : Royal 
Societies', London. [Died 19 July 1906. 

BULLINGER, Ethelbert William, D.D. ; Writer . 
on New Testament Criticism and Biblical I 
Theology : b. 15 Dec. 1837 ; descendant of j 
Henry Bullinger of Zurich. Educ. : Private 
tuition and King's College, London (Associate ! 
1861). Ordained, 1861 ; held Curacies in ! 
Bermondsey, Norfolk, and Netting Hill ; 
Vicar of St. Stephen's, Walthamstow, 1874- | 
1888; Incumbent of Brunswick (Proprietary) 1 
Chapel, Upper Berkeley Street, London, 1891- 
1894 ; Secretary of the Trinitarian Bible 
Society from 1867. Publieationt : Seventy- 
seven works, including Critical Lexicon and j 
Concordance to the Greek New Testament 
(5th ed.) ; Figures of Speech used hi the i 
Bible ; The Witness of the Stars ; How 
to Enjoy the Bible ; The Book of Job : | 
Number in Scripture ; two books of Original 
Hymn Tunes, also transcriptions of Breton 
Music ; Editor of Things to Come, a monthly 
magazine of Biblical Literature. Recreation* : 
music and chess. Addrett : Bremgarten. 
Golders Hill, Hampatead, N.W. Club: 
National (hon.). [DM 6 June 1913. 



3ULLOCK. Rev. Charles, B.D.: editor of The 

Fireside Magazine, Home Words, The Day 

of Days, The News, etc. ; b. 24 Feb. 1829 ; 

*. of Brame and Sarah Bullock ; m. 1st, 

Caroline Lucy, d. of Ashton C.ise, Papplewick 

Hall, Linby, Notts, 1856; 2nd, Hestor 

Savory, d. of late T. C. Savory, 1866. Educ. : 

St. Bee's, 1853. B.D. by Archbishop of 

Canterbury, 1875. Ordained to Rotherham, 

1855 ; Curate of Ripley, Yorks., 1857-59 ; 

Luton, Beds., 1859-60 ; Rector of St. 

Nicholas', Worcester, 1860-74; founder of 

the Robin Dinners, the Hold Fast by your 

Sundays Society, the Lord's-Prayer Union, 

and Young England'" Anti-Cigarette Union. 
^Publications : The Way Home ; The Royal 

i>ir; The Queen's Resolve; England's 

Royal Home ; Words of Ministry ; The Beat 

Wish ; The Crown of the Road ; The 

Forgotten Truth; The Old Gospel ever 

New : Shakespeare's Debt to the Bible ; 

Popular Recreation ; The Man of Science 

the Man of God ; Matches that Strike ; The 

Poet of Home Life ; Yet Speaketh : a 

Biography of Frances Ridley Havergal ; 

Crowned to Serve, etc. Recreation : change 

of work. [Died 23 Sept. 1911. 

TLLOCK, Frederick Shore, C.S., C.I.E. 1897 ; 
Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police, 
from 1900 ; Chief Constable of Metropolitan 
Police, London, 1903-09; b. India, 3 Oct. 
1847 ; *. of Thomas Henry Bullock, Com- 
missioner of Berar ; m. 1870, Alexandria 
Margaret Brind, d. of Brigadier- General F. 
Brind, C.B., R.H.A. ; two t. two d. Educ. : 
Cheltenham College. Passed for Indian 
Civil Service, 1868 ; arrived in India, 1870 ; 
served in N.W.P., India, til 11892 as Judge 
and Collector ; Judicial Commissioner of 
Berar, 1892; Commissioner of Hyderabad 
aligned Districts, 1895; retired from 
service, 1899; British delegate to Interna- 
tional Congress on White Slave Traffic, Paris, i 
1906 ; British Delegate to International Con- I 
gresses on White Slave Traffic and 
Literature, 1910 ; also British Delegate | 
to the International Conference on V\ bite : 
Slave Trarfic in Madrid, 1910. Recreations: j 
*olf, cricket, .shooting. Address: 19, The j 
Grove, Boltons, S. W. Club* : Junior Carlton. ! 
Ranelagh, [Died 12 Jan. 1914. 

JLLOCK, Thomas Lowndes, Professor 
Chinese in the University of Oxford from . BULWER. Sir 
1899; b. 27 Sept. 1845; *. of late Rev. J. i G.C.A1.'... cr. 



BTTLWER 

F. Bullock, Radwinter, Essex ; m. Florence 
d. of late S. L. Horton, of Shifnal, Salop; 
one . one d. Educ. : Winchester : New 
Coll. Oxford (M.A.). Member of H.B.M. 
consular service in China, 1869-97 : Barr. 
Inner Temple, 1890. Publication* : Transla- 
tions of Peking Gazettes, 1887-80 ; Chinese 
Exercises, etc. Addrett : Wood Lawn. Nor* 
ham Road, Oxford. Club : Royal Societies. 
[Died 20 March 1915. 

BULMER, James Alfred, I.S.O. 1908; was 
Postmaster-General of Trinidad and Tobago. 
Addrets : Port of Spain, Trinidad, West 
Indies. [Died 27 March 1914. 

BULSTRODE, Herbert Timbrell, M.A., M.D. 
B.C. Cantab., D.P.H. ; Medical Inspector, 
H.M. Local Government Board ; Lecturer 
on Preventive Medicine, Charing Cross Hos- 
pital Medical School ; Chairman of Board 
of Studies of Hygiene, and member of Faculty 
of Medicine, University of London ; Exam- 
iner in Public Health, University of Leeds, 
and formerly Royal College of Surgeons : 
Milroy Lecturer (subject Tuberculosis) Royal 
College of Physicians, 1903 ; Delegate H.M. 
Government at International Congress on 
Tuberculosis, Paris, 1905 ; Delegate, Royal 
College of Surgeons, at Congresses on School 
Hygiene. London, 1905 and 1907 ; Vice- 
President Epidemiological Section Royal 
Society of Medicine ; Member Soc. Franc. 



d'Hygiene ; Member of Mr. Chaplin's Depart- 
mental Committee on Food Preservatives, 
visiting Germany, Denmark, and Ireland in 
connection therewith ; Fellow and Member 
of Council, Royal Sanitary Institute; b. 
Gatcombe Rectory, Isle of Wight; y. t. 
of late Canon Bulstrode ; m. Beatrix, d. of 
late Rev. R. A. L. Nunns. Educ. : Em- 
manuel College, Cambridge; St. Thomas's 
Hospital, London. Publieationt : Reports 
to the Local Government Board on Oyster 
Culture in relation to Disease, 1896, and on 
Sanatoria for Consumption, 1907, both pre- 
sented to Parliament ; Reports on the Sani- 
tary Condition of Windsor, 1900, and on 
Enteric Fever outbreak following Mayoral 
banquets at Winchester and Southampton, 
1902 ; Report (with Dr. Theodore Wllhams. 
M.V.O.) to Lord President of the Council on 
Paris Congress of 1905 ; contributions to 
Medical Journals and Quain's Dictionary of 
Medicine ; Friday evening lecture Royal 
Institution, 1908. Recreation: golf. Ad- 
drets : Local Government Board, Whitehall, 
S.W. ; 52 Palace Gardens Terrace, W. Club : 
Royal Societies. [Died 22 July 1911. 

BULWER. Gen. Sir Edward Emrle Gacoync. 
G.C.B.. cr. 1905; K.C.B., cr. 1886; Gen- 
eral (retired) ; Colonel of the Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers from 1898 ; 2nd t. of William Earle 
Lytton Bulwer, Heydon ; m. Isabel, d. of 
Sir J. Jacob Buxton, Bt.. of Shadwell Court- 
July 1 863 (d. 1883). Educ. : private school ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. Entered Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers, 1849; served in Bulgaria and 
Crimea ; at battle of Alma ; before Sebas- 
topol ; after the war Private Secretary to 
a. Sir Henry Lytton Bulwer, 1856-1857 ; in 
Danubian Principalities ; went to India on 
outbreak of Mutiny, 1857 ; present at siege 
and capture of Lucknow ; selected 
command of special column, 1858 ; capture- 
Selimpore Fort ; also commanded in two 
other successful engagements, Jubrowlee and 
Poorwah (mentioned in despatches ; made 
a Brevet Lieut.-Col, and C.B.) ; 12 years 
at Headquarters staff ; on Special Commis- 
sion on the Belfast Riots, 1886 ; Lieut.-Gov. 
in Guernsey, 1889-94. Addre** : 45 Hans 
Place S.W. ; The Grange, Heydon, Norwich. 



Henry 

1874; 



Ernest Gascoyna, 

b. 11 Dec. 1836; 

101 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Archipelago, 1877 and 1878, collecting plants* 
birds, etc. ; a writer on a wide range of 
horticultural and ethical subjects in the 
weekly and other periodical horticultural 
journals for the past thirty years under the 
initials F. W. B. Publications: Domestic 
Floriculture (2 eds.), 1875 ; The Narcissus, 
1875 ; Cultivated Plants, 1877 ; Horti- 
culture, Stanford's Industrial Series, 1877 ; 
The Gardens of the Sun : or Travels in 
Borneo, etc., 1880 ; The Chrysanthemum, 
2. eds., 1884 and 1885, and other works ; 
The Book of the Scented Garden, 1905. 
Recreations : travel, sketching, and reading. 
Address : Trinity College, Botanical Gar- 
dens, Dublin. [Died 26 Dec. 1905. 

BURBIDGE, Hon. Geo. W. ; the Judge of the 
Exchequer Court of Canada from 1887 ; 3rd 
*. of Arnold Shaw Burbidge, late of Corn- 
wallis, King's Co., N.S. ; m. 1873, Alice, 3rd 
d. of Henry Maxwell of St. John, N.B. ; 
four s. three d. Ethic. : Acacia Villa 
Seminary ; Mount Allison Univ. B.A., 
M A , and D.C.L. Called to Bar of New 
Brunswick, 1872 ; Ontario, 1887 ; Q.C. 
1885 ; Secretary to Commission to revise 
Statutes of New Brunswick, 1876-77 ; one 
of the Commissioners to revise Statutes of 
Canada, 1883-85 ; member Canadian Civil 
Service Commission, 1891-92 ; member 
Dominion and Provincial Board Arbitration, 
1893-1901 ; Deputy of the Minister of Justice 
and Solicitor of Indian Affairs, 1882-87. 
Publication : A Digest of the Criminal Law 
of Canada. Address : 237 Metcalfe Street, 
Ottawa. Club : Rideau, Ottawa. 

[Died 18 Feb. 1908. 

BURBURY, Samuel Hawksley, M.A., F.R.S. ; 
Barrister ; b. Kenilworth, 18 May 1831 ; 
m. Alice, d. of Thomas Edward Taylor of 
Dodworth Hall, J.P., D.L. ; four s. two d. 
Educ. : Shrewsbury ; St. John's College, 
Cambridge, Craven University Scholar, 1853 ; 
15th Wrangler, and 2nd in Classical Tripos, 
1854 ; Person Prizeman. Publications : 
joint-author with Dr. H. W. Watson on 
Generalised Co-ordinates, 1879 ; The Mathe- 
matical Theory of Electricity, 1883-85 ; A 
Treatise on the Kinetic Theory of Gases, 
1899. Address: 17 Upper Phillimore 
Gardens, Kensington, W. ; 1 New Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Club : New University. 
[Died 18 Aug. 1911. 

BURCH, George James, M.A., D.Sc. (Oxon.), 
F.R.S. ; late Prof, of Physics, University 
Coll., Heading ; University Extension Staff 
Lecturer, Oxford (retired) ; b. 1852 ; 2nd 
s. of late George Burch of Cheshunt, and 
Jane Hicks ; m. 1884, Constance Emily, d. 
of Walter Jeffries and Emily Hales Parry ; 
three s. two d. Educ. : Cheshunt Coll. ; 
Oxford Univ. Devoted much time to re- 
search, chiefly in connection with electricity 
and light ; invented improved methods of 
using the capillary electrometer for record- 
ing and measuring rapid changes of electro- 
motive force, and photographed with this 
instrument the currents produced by speak- 
ing into a telephone ; in order to investigate 
colour-blindness he exposed his eye to sun- 
light in the focus of a burning glass behind 
glasses of various colours, thus rendering 
himself temporarily colour-blind. Publica- 
tions : The Capillary Electrometer ; Elec- 
trical Science ; The Pronunciation of 
English by Foreigners ; Practical Physio- 
logical Optics ; numerous papers in the 
Philosophical Transactions, the Proceedings 
of the Royal Society ; the Journal of Physio- 
logy ; and other scientific periodicals. 
Recreations : boating, cycling, natural 
history. Address : Northam Hall, Oxford. 
[Died 17 March 1914. 

BURD, Rev. Frederick, Prebendary of Hinton 
in Hereford Cathedral ; !>. 11 Jan. 1826 ; 



BURKE 

s. of Rev. G. O. Burd, Rector of Sheinton 
Shropshire, and Rural Dean of Coadover ; 
m. 1864, J. Neville, Haselour Hall ; one *. 
Educ. : Bridgnorth and Newport, Salop, 
Grammar Schools ; and Christ Church, 
Oxford. Rector of Cressage, 1864-78; 
Vicar of Neen Savage, 1878-96 ; Curate of 
Lymm, Cheshire, 1850-51 ; Leighton, Shrop- 
shire, 1851-53 ; Rural Dean of Condover, 
1872-77 ; Stottesden, 1893-97. A silver 
medal for saving life from the Royal Humane 
Society, 1844. Address : Hookfleld House, 
Bridgnorth. [Died 13 March 1915. 

BURDETT-COUTTS, 1st Baroness (U.K.), cr. 
1871 ; Angela Georgina Burdett-Coutts ; 
partner in Coutts, and Co., bankers ; b. 21 
April 1814 ; d. of Sir Francis Burdett, Bt., 
M.P., Foremark, Derbyshire, and Ramsbury, 
Wilts, and Sophia, d. of Thomas Coutts, 
banker; m. 1881, William Lehman Ash- 
mead Bartlett. Heir : none. Address : I 
Stratton Street, Piccadilly, W. ; Holly 
Lodge, Highgate, Middlesex. 

[Died, 30 Dec. 1906. 

BURDON, Rt. Rev. John Shaw, D.D. Ordained 
1852: Missionary in China, 1853-74; 
Chaplain to Legation, Pekin, 1865-72; 
Bishop of Victoria, 1874-95 ; widower. 
Publication : translated New Testament and 
Common Prayer Book into Chinese. Ad- 
dress : English Church Mission, Shanghai. 

[Died 5 Jan. 1907. 

SURGES, Col. Ynyr Henry, J.P., D.L. ; b. 
1834 ; o. s. of late John Ynyr Surges of 
Parkanaur and Lady Caroline, d. of 2nd 
Earl of Leitrim ; TO. 1st, 1859, Hon. Edith 
(d. 1894), 3rd d. of late Hon. Richard B. 
Wilbraham, and s. of Earl of Lathom ; 2nd, 
1896, Mary Pearce. Educ. : Christ Church, 
Oxford (B.A. 1857 M.A. 1865); High 
Sheriff, Tyrone, 1869 ; Col. Commanding 
(retired) Mid Ulster Brigade N.I. Div. R.A., 
which was formed through his efforts, from 
a fragmentary Tyrone corps. Through his 
initiative the Flax Supply Association was 
founded in Belfast. Address : Parkanaur, 
Castle Caulfeild, Tyrone. Club : Carlton. 
[Died 14 Aug. 1908. 

BURGESS, John Bagnold, R.A., 1889; b. 
London, 1830 ; s. of Henry W. Burgess, 
Chelsea, landscape painter to George IV. ; 
m. Harriet A., d. of Robert Turner. Educ. : 
Art Royal Academy Schools. A.R.A. 1877. 
Pictures : Eastern Life, 1873 ; Bravo Toro, 
1874 ; The Barber's Prodigy, 1875 ; Licens- 
ing the Beggars in Spain, 1877 ; The Student 
in Disgrace, 1879 ; The Letter Writer, 1882 ; 
The Meal at the Fountain, 1883. Address : 
60 Finchley Road. Club : Arts. 

[Died 12 Nov. 1897. 

BURKE, Edmund Haviland, M.P. (N.) Tulla- 
more Division of King's County from 1900 ; 
present representative of Right Hon. Edmund 
Burke, being e. s. of late Edmund Havi- 
land Burke, who was g. n. and heir-at-law 
of the great statesman; m. 1893, Susan, 
2nd d. of late John Wilson of Ballycastle, 
Co. Antrim. Acted as war correspondent 
to Manchester Guardian during Turco-Greek 
War. 1897 ; contested Kerry, 1892 ; South 
Co 'Dublin, 1896; North Louth, 1900. 
Address : 70 Waterloo Road, Dublin ; 38 
Denbigh Street, S.W. [Died 12 Oct. 1914. 

BURKE, Sir Henry George, 5th Bt., cr. 1797 ; 
J P., D.L. ; b. 30 Nov. 1859 ; 2nd *. of 3rd 
Bt. and Lady Mary Frances Nugent, d. of 
9th Earl of Westmeath ; S. brother 1880. 
Owns about 28,000 acres. Heir : b. Thomas 
Mallachv, b. 8 Jan. 1864. Address : Marble 
Hill Galway. Club : Kildare Street, Dublin. 
[Died 20 Jan. 1910. 

BURKE, Captain James Henry Thcmas, R.N., 
C B 1901 ; b. 28 Mar. 1853. Entered Navy, 
1866 ; Captain, 1894 ; served China, 1900 
(C.B.). [Died 12 May 1902. 



BURKE 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 






BURKE, Sir Theobald Hubert, 13th Bt., or 
1628 ; Lieut.-Col., 18th Regt. (retired) ; b 
25 March 1833 ; S. cousin 1884. Servec 
Crimea and Indian Mutiny. Heir : none 
Address : 19 Bury Street, St. James's, S.W 
Club : Army and Navy. 

[Died 4 Apr. 1909 

BURKETT, Sir William Robert, Kt., cr 
1904 ; I.C.S. ; Puisne Judge of High Cour 
of Judicature, Allahabad, India ; b. 1840 
e. s. of W. R. Burkett. Educ. : Trinity 
College, Dublin (M.A.). Entered I.C.S 
1860 ; did district work as Executive Officer 
and later as District and Sessions Judge 
Judicial Commissioner, Oudh, 1891 ; Grape 
Master of Freemasonry in Bengal. Address 
Allahabad, India. [Died 16 June 1908 

BURLAND, Col. Jeffrey Hale, V.D., B Sc 
(McGill), F.C.S., F.S.C.I., F.R.G.S. ; Hon 
Colonel, McGill Officers' Training Corps 
from 1913 ; President and General Manager 
British American Bank Note Company, from 
1907 ; Empire Trust Company from 1911 
and Dominion of Canada Rifle Association 
Commissioner of Boy Scouts for Province o 
Quebec from 1911 ; President Canadian 
Red Cross Society (Provincial Branch) , 
President Canadian Association for the 
Prevention of Tuberculosis from 1914 
President from 1911, and Founder, 1909 
Royal Edward Institute (Anti-Tuberculosis 
Dispensary) ; b. Montreal, 19 March 1861 ; 
o. s. of late George Bull Burland and late 
Clarissa Cochrane ; m. 1896, Isabel May, 
v. d. of late Henry Megarry, Northern 
Bank, Lurgan, Ireland. Educ, : Montreal 
Academy ; McGill University. Command- 
ing 6th Fusiliers, 1892; President, Board 
of Trade, 1911 ; Member, Royal Commission 
on Tuberculosis, 1911 ; first Vice-President 
and one of the Founders of Montreal Techni- 
cal Institute ; Member of Executive, Fraser 
Institute ; Member, Advisory Committee, 
McGill Conservatorium of Music ; repre- 
sented Montreal Board of Trade at Interna- 
tional Congress, Boards of Trade, London, 
1910, and at Boston, Mass., 1911 ; Officer 
in composite contingent sent by Canadian 
Government in celebration Queen Victoria's 
Diamond Jubilee, 1897 ; Commandant, 
Canadian Rifle Team at Bisley, 1902 ; one 
of Canadian official representatives at 
funeral of King Edward VII. ; Chairman, 
Board of Typhoid Emergency Hospital, 
1910. Publications : articles on Imperial 
Defence, Insurance and Tuberculosis, Manu- 
facture of Chloroform, Metallurgy of Copper, 
Chart of Metric System, etc. Recreations : 

olf, gardening, motoring. Address : 342 
herbrooke Street, W., Montreal ; Kilmarth, 
Metis Beach, Que. Clubs : Royal Societies, 
Royal Automobile ; Mount Royal, St. 
James's, University, Hunt, Royal Montreal 
Golf, Royal St. Lawrence Yacht, Montreal 
Jockey, Canada, Canadian, Racquet, Forest 
and Stream, Montreal ; Rideau, Country 
and Golf, Ottawa ; York, Toronto ; Garri- 
son, Quebec. [Died 9 Oct. 1914. 
BURLEIGH, Bennet, War Correspondent, on 
the staff of the Daily Telegraph from 1882 ; 
b. Glasgow ; married ; five s. three d. 
Fought in American War (twice sentenced 
to death) ; Central News Correspondent 
throughout first Egyptian War (present at 
Tel-el-Kebir) ; Second Phase for Daily 
Telegraph battles El Teb, Tamai, etc. ; 
Correspondent French Campaign in Mada 
gascar ; as Daily Telegraph Correspondent 
accompanied desert column from Korti to 
Metammah, 1884 (present at Abu Klea, 
Abu Kru, despatches) ; Ashanti Expedition ; 
Spanish Riff Campaign, Melila ; Greek War ; 
Atbara Expedition ; Egyptian War (present 
at Omdurman) ; South Africa War, 1899- 
1902 ; Somaliland War ; Russo-Japanese 
104 



War; Tripoli Italian Campaign. Publica- 
tions : Two Campaigns ; Empire of the 
East, etc. etc., 1905. Address : 4 Victoria 
Road, Clapham Common, S.W. 

[Died 17 June 1914. 

BURN, Rev. Robert, M.A., LL.D. Glasgow; 
Tutor and Praelector of Trinity College, 
Cambridge (retired) ; b. 22 Oct. 1829 ; s. 
of Rev. A. Burn, Rector of Kinnersley, 
Wellington, Salop ; m. A. S. Presott, 1873. 
Educ. : Shrewsbury ; Trin. Coll. Camb. : 
head of Classical Tripos, 1852. Publications : 
Rome and the Campagna, 1871 ; Roman 
Literature and Arts, 1888; Old Rome, 
1882; Handbook to Ancient Rome and 
Neighbourhood, 1896. Address : St. Chad's, 
Cambridge. [Died 30 Apr. 1904. 

BURN-MURDOCH, Canon James McGibbon, 
M.A., of Greenyards, Stirlingshire, and New 
Lodge, Barnsley, Yorkshire ; Vicar of River- 
head and Dunton Green, near Sevenoats, 
Kent ; Rural Dean of Shoreham, Surrogate ; 
Hon. Canon of Canterbury from 1898 ; b. 
Edinburgh, 28 Nov. 1828 ; 4th s. of late 
John Burn-Murdoch, Gartincaber, Perth- 
shire, J.P., D.L., and Anne Maule, o. c. of 
William Murdoch, Gartincaber, Perthshire ; 
m. 1856, Maria Hannah, d. and co-heiress of 
John F. Carr, Carr Lodge, Yorkshire, J.P., 
D.L. Educ. : Edinburgh Academy ; Uni- 
versity; Downing Coll. Cambridge, M.A. 
Entered Army as Cornet 3rd Hussars ; 
transferred to 10th Hussars, in which served 
in India and Crimea (medal and Sebastopol 
clasp, Turkish medal) ; transferred to 6th 
Dragoon Guards ; retired, 1856 ; ordained 
Deacon, 1861 ; Priest, 1862 ; became In- 
cumbent of Riverhead, 1863 ; also by dis- 
pensation, Vicar of Dunton Green, 1890. 
Address : Riverhead Vicarage, Sevenoaks ; 
Inverbraan, Dunkeld. Clubs: Junior United 
Service ; New, Edinburgh. 

[Died 23 March 1904. 

BURNE, General Henry Knightley, C.B. ; 
Bengal Staff Corps. Entered army, 1843 ; 
General, 1889 ; served Sutlej Campaign, 
1845-46 (medal and clasp) ; Burmese War, 
1862-63 (despatches several times, brevet of 
Major). Club : United Service. 

[Died 7 Nov. 1901. 

BURNE, Major-Gen. Sir Owen Tudor ; G.C.I.E., 
cr. 1897 ; K.C.S.I., cr. 1879 ; Director of 
Oriental and Peninsular Steamship Co. ; 
Knight St. John of Jerusalem; Vice- 
President Society of Arts ; b. Plymouth, 
12 April 1837 ; s. of Rev. Henry Thomas 
Burne ; m. 1st, 1867, Hon. Evelyne Browne 
(d. 1878), 8th d. of 3rd Baron Kilmaine ; 
2nd, 1883, Lady Agnes Charlotte Douglas 
(d. 1907), d. of 19th Earl of Morton. 
Entered 20th Regiment, 1855 ; served in 
Crimea ; in fifteen actions of Indian Mutiny, 
including siege and capture of Lucknow ; 
received two steps of rank for gallantry in 
field ; Military Secretary to Sir Hugh Rose 
(Lord Strathnairn) when Commander-in- 
Chief in India, 1861 ; Private Secretary to 
Earl of Mayo, Viceroy of India, 1808-72; 
Earl of Lytton, Viceroy of India, 1876-78 ; 
Secretary Political and Secret Department, 
India Office, 1874 ; Member of Council of 
India, 1887-97. Publications: Clyde and 
Strathnairn (Indian Empire Series); Lord 
Strathnairn ; Imperial Assemblage at Delhi ; 
Memories. Recreations : golf, cricket. 
Address : 132 Sutherland Avenue, W. ; 
Church Hatch, Christchurch, Hants. Club: 
United Service. [Died 3 Feb. 1909. 

BURNE-JONES, Sir Edward Coley, Bt., cr. 
1894 ; D.C.L. ; Corresponding Member of 
Institute of France ; Chevalier of Legion 
of Honour ; painter ; b. in Birmingham, 
1833 ; s. of late Edward Jones ; m. 1860, 
Georgiana, d. of Rev. George MacDonald ; 
one d. Margaret, m. to J. W. Mackail, late 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



BURROWS 



Fellow of Balliol College. Oxford. Educ. : 
King Edward's School, Birmingham ; Exeter 
Coll. Oxford. Hon. Fellow Exeter Coll. 
Oxford. Exhibited first at Old Water- 
Colour Society ; afterwards at Grosvenor 
Gallery and New Gallery. Some Principal 
Pictures : The Merciful Knight ; The Chant 
d'Amour ; The Days of Creation ; King 
Cophetua ; Venus' Mirror ; The Annuncia- 
tion ; The Golden Stairs ; Merlin and 
Vivien. Heir : s. Philip, b. 1861. Address : 
The Grange, 49 North End Road, W. 
Kensington ; E-ottingdean, near Brighton. 
Club : Athenaeum. [Died 17 June 1898. 

BURNEY, Charles, B.A. ; Master of the 
Supreme Court ; retired 1910 ; b. 21 Nov. 
1840 ; s of late Ven. Charles Burney, Arch- 
deacon of Kingston-on-Thames ; m. Rose, d. 
of Rev. Canon Nicholl, Rector of Streatham ; 
six d. Educ. : Winchester ; Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford (B.A.). Admitted a Solicitor, 
1866 ; a member of the successive firms of 
Paterson, Snow, and Burney, and Paterson, 
Snow, Burney, and Bloxam, 1867-77 ; a 
Chief Clerk in Chambers of Sir George Jessel, 
Master of the Rolls, 1877. Publications : 
joint-editor of the Annual Practice ; edited 
two editions of Daniell's Chancery Forms ; 
joint-editor of 4th edition of Kerr on Re- 
ceivers. Address : Collamore, Wandsworth 
Common, S.W. Club : United University. 
[Died 22 Jan. 1912. 

BURNEY, Ven. Chas., M.A., D.D. ; Vicar of 
St. Mark's, Surbiton, from 1870 ; g, g. s. of 
Dr. Charles Burney, author of the History 
of Music. Educ. : Magdalen College\ 
Oxford (B.A. 1837). Ordained, 1838 ; Vicar 
of Halstead, 1850-64 ; Hon. Canon of 
Rochester, 1857; Rector of Wickham 
Bishops, 1864-70 ; Archdeacon of Kingston- 
on-Thames, 1879-1904. Address: St. 
Mark's Vicarage, Victoria Road, Surbiton, 
Surrey. [Died 1 Jan. 1907. 

BURNEY, Col. Herbert Henry, C.B. 1900; 
commanding Gordon Highlanders from 1901 ; 
6. 1858 ; entered army, 1878 ; Major, 1895 ; 
brevet Lt.-Colonel, 1898 ; served Egypt, 
1882, including Tel-el-Kebir (medal with 
clasp, 5th class Medjidie Khedive's star) ; 
Soudan, 1884 (two clasps) ; Nile Expedition, 
1884-85 (clasp); Chitral, 1895 (wounded, 
medal with clasp) ; North-West Frontier, 
India, 1897-98 (despatches) ; Tirah, 1898 
(two clasps) ; South Africa, 1899-1902 
(slightly wounded, C.B.). Address : Cork. 
[Died 16 June 1905. 

BURNSIDE, Rev. Frederick, M.A. ; Rector of 
Hertingfordbury ; Hon. Canon of St. Albans; 
Rural Dean of Hertford ; hon. editor of the 
Official Year-Book of Church of England, 
which he originated in 1883 ; Hon. Secretary 
for the Collection and Registration of the 
Annual Return of Parocial Work and Finance, 
authorised by the Convocations of Canter- 
bury and York, and sanctioned by the bishops 
for adoption among the clergy of England 
and Wales. Educ. : St. John's College, 
Cambridge. Hon. Secretary of the Hert- 
fordshire Convalescent Home at St. Leonards, 
with accommodation for 80 patients, and by 
whose service this institution was built and 
endowed and is annually maintained ; 
Surrogate for the Diocese of St. Albans 
Chaplain to the Bishop of St. Albans' 
Address : The Parsonage, Hertingfordbury' 
Hertford. [Died 15 June 1904' 

BURRELL, Sir Charles Raymond, 6th Bt., 
cr. 1774 ; J.P., D.L. ; b. 1848 ; S. father 
1866 ; m. 1872, Etheldreda Mary, d. of Sir 
R. Loder, Bt. Educ. : Magdalene Coll. 
Camb. Owned about 9300 acres. Heir : 
s. Merrik, b. 1877. Address : Knepp Castle, 
Shipley, Horsham. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 6 Sept. 1899. 
40 



e 

Frederick William Burroughs and Caroline 
de Peyron ; m. Eliza D'Oyly, y d of Col 
Wm. Geddes late Bengal Horfe Artillery', 
C.B D.L., J.P., 4 June 1870. Educ 
Kensington Grammar School; Blackheath 
? ; P- Grammar School; Hofwyl, Switzer- 
land. Ensign 93rd Sutherland Highlanders, 
1848 ; Lt.-Col. commanding 93rd 1864 
commanded Brigade of Orkney Volunteer 
Artillery, 1873-80 ; Major-Gen. 1880 ; Lieut- 
Gen. Retired List, 1881 ; served throughout 
the Crimean War, and was one of " The Thin 
Red Line " ; served under Lord Clyde in 
the Indian Mutiny, and was twice wounded- 
served in command of the 93rd Highlanders 
in the Umbeyla War on the N.W. Frontier 
of India, 1863. Decorated for militarv 
services : the Medjidie, 5th class ; and 
gained the Crimean medal, with clasps for 
Alma, Balaclava, and Sebastopol ; the 
Indian Mutiny medal, with clasps for relief 
of Lucknow and capture of Lucknow ; the 
N.W. Frontier of India medal, with clasp for 
Umbeyla ; twice mentioned in despatches ; 
received Brevet of Major ; recommended for, 
but did not receive, the V.C. for being the 
first through the breach at the storming of 
the Sekundrabagh at the relief of Lucknow. 
Owned 12,000 acres. Recreations : shoot- 
ing, fishing, yachting, hunting. Address: 
Trumland House, Rousay, Orkney Islands, 
N.B. Clubs : United Service ; New, Con- 
servative, Edinburgh. [Died 9 Apr. 1905. 

BURROWS, Sir Frederick Abernethy, 2nd Bt., 
cr. 1874; b. 1845; S. father 1887; m. 
1883, Constance Fanny, d. of late Rev. 
H. N. Burrows, Shirley House, Hants. 
Member of Burrows, Barnes, and Pears, 
solicitors (retired). Heir : b. Ernest Pen- 
nington, b. 1851. Address : 33 Ennismore 
Gardens, S.W. ; Westgate-on-Sea. 

[Died 9 Nov. 1904. 

BURROWS, Captain Montagu, R.N., retired 
1862; M.A., Oxford; Hon. M.A., Cam- 
bridge ; Fellow of All Souls, 1870 ; Officier 
de 1'Instruction PubliqueJ de France; b. 
Hadley, Middlesex, 27 Oct. 1819 ; *. of Lieut. 
Gen. Burrows ; m. Mary Anna, d. of Sir 
James W. S. Gardiner, Bt., of Roche Court, 
1849. Educ. : Royal Naval College, Ports- 
mouth ; First Medal, 1834 ; matriculated 
Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1853; 1st class 
Classics, 1856 ; 1st class Law and Modem 
History, 1857. During his service in the 
Royal Navy engaged in several actions with 
Malay pirates under Capt. (afterwards Sir 
H. D.) Chads, 1836 ; received medals from 
English and Turkish Governments for cap- 
ture of St. Jean d'Arce, 1840 ; 1st class 
Mathematics, R. N. College, 1842 ; Lieu- 
tenant, 1843 ; served in suppression of slave 
trade on the Coast of Africa ; afterwards on 
staff of H.M.S. " Excellent," for which latter 
service promoted to Commander, 1852 ; 
Chichele Professor of Modern History, 
Oxford, 1862. Publications : Pass and Class, 
3rd ed. 1866 ; Memoir of Admiral Sir H. D. 
Chads, 1869 ; Constitutional Progress, 2nd 
ed. 1872; Worthies of All Souls, 1874; 
Parliament and the Church of England, 1875; 
Imperial England, 1880 ; Oxford University 
during the Commonwealth (Camden Society), 
1881 ; Life of Admiral Lord Hawke, 1883, 2nd 
ed. 1896 ; Wiclif's Place in History, new ed. 
1884 Family of Brocas of Beaurepaire and 
Roche Court, 1886 ; Memoir of W. Grocyn, 
1890 (Oxford Hist. Society) ; History of the 
Cinque Ports, new ed, 1903 ; Commentaries 
on the History of England, 1893 ; History 
of the Foreign Policy of Great Britain, 1895, 
2nd ed. 1897 ; Life of Admiral Blake in 
105 



BUET 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



" Twelve British Sailors." Recreation : 
golf. Address : 9 Norham Gardens, Oxford. 
Clubs : Royal Navy of 1765 and 1785, Royal 
Societies. [Died 10 July 1905. 

BURT, Sir Charles, Kt., cr. 1908 ; D.L. ; J.P. 
Surrey ; J.P. Richmond ; b. 15 July 1832 ; 
s. of George Burt of Langport, Somerset ; m. 
1854, Christiana Ellen (d. 1900), d. of J. N. 
Lewis of Castle Rising, Norfolk ; no c. Educ.: 
privately. Formerly Solicitor and Parlia- 
mentary agent ; retired 1889 ; Alderman of 
Surrey County Council and Richmond 
Borough ; Liberal candidate for South- 
ampton, 1892, and Kingston Division of 
Surrey, 1895 ; Vice-President Royal Free 
Hospital, London. Address: Hillside House, 
Richmond, Surrey. Club : Reform. 

[Died 5 March 1913. 

BURTON, Sir Charles William Cuffe, 5th Bt.. 
cr. 1.758 ; b. 1823 ; S. cousin 1842 ; m. 
Georgina, o. d. of late D. H. Dallas, 1861. 
Educ. : Eton. Lieut. 1st Dragoons, retired 
1849. Address : Pollacton, Co/ Carlow. 
Clubs : Army and Navy, Carlton. 

[Died 2 Oct. 1902. 

BURTON, General Sir Fowler, K.C.B., cr. 1903 ; 
J.P. ; Col. Queen's Own Royal West Kent 
Regt., 1890 ; Maj.-Gen. 1868 ; Lt.-Gen. 
1880 ; Gen. (retired), 1881 ; b. Cherry Burton 
Hall, 1822 ; s. of late David Burton of Cherry 
Burton Hall, East Yorkshire ; m. 1862, il. 
of late John Banks Friend of Ripple Vale, 
Kent, and 30 Sussex Square, W. Educ. : 
Beverley College and Paris. Joined 97th, 
1839 ; regiment went abroad, 1841 ; re- 
turned from Nova Scotia, 1853 ; went to 
Crimea and served with '97th at siege of 
Sebastopol, 1854-55 ; commanded Light 
Company in sorties on night of 20th Dec. 
1854, and succeeded in driving Russians out 
of most forward parallel from which the 
advanced guard had been compelled to with- 
draw, and retained its possession, receiving 
medal with clasp, Sardinian and Turkish 
medals, brevet of Lieut.-Col. for special dis- 
tinguished service in the field, and order of 
the fifth class of the Medjidie ; also served 
in Indian Mutiny with Jorenpore Field Force, 
1857-59 ; took part in action and capture of 
Fort Nusratpore and commanded sharp- 
shooters of Brigade ; served in actions of 
Chanda, Ummeerpore, and Sultanpore ; was 
present at siege and capture of Lucknow and 
at storming of Kaiserbagh and afterwards 
served in Central Indian Campaign, receiving 
medal with clasp and C.B. ; commanded 
Fusilier Battalion at Walmer, 1860-70 ; was 
on Staff as A.A.G. of Western District at 
Devonport, 1870-75. Recreations : yacht- 
ing, shooting, hunting. Address : Stoke 
Dameret, Devonport. Club : United Service. 
[Died 2 Apr. 1904. 

BURTON, Sir Frederick William, Kt., cr. 
1884 ; F.S.A., R.H.A., Hon. LL.D. (Dublin) ; 
b. 1816. Educ. : Dublin. Member of the 
Society of Painters in Water Colours of 
London ; Director of National Gallery, 1874- 
1894. Address : 43 Argyll Road, W. Club : 
Athenseum. [Died 16 Mar. 1900. 

BURTON, 1st Baron (cr. 1886), Michael Arthur 
Bass, Bt. 1882 ; K.C.V.O., cr. 1904 ; D.L., 
J.P. ; Director of Bass and Co. Ltd. and of 
the South-Eastern Railway Co. ; b. 12 Nov. 
1837 ; s. of Michael Bass, M.P., and Eliza, 
d. of Maj. Arden, Longcrofts, Staffordshire ; 
m. 1869, Harriet, 4th d. of Edward Thome- 
will, Dove Cliff, Staffordshire ; one d. Educ. : 
Harrow ; Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A.). 
M.P. (L.) Stafford, 1865-68 ; East Stafford- 
shire, 1868-85 ; Staffordshire, Burton Divi- 
sion, 1885-86. Heir to Barony of 1897 
creation, o. c. Hon. Mrs. J. E. Baillie of 
Dochfour, by special patent granted 1897 ; 
to Baronetcy, n. William Arthur Hamar 
Bass. Owned about 2400 acres. Address : 
106 



Chesterfield House, South Audley Street, 
W. ; Rangemore, Burton-on-Trent. Clubs : 
Brooks's, Maryborough, Turf. 

[Died 1 Feb. 1909. 

BUSH, Frank Whittaker, M.A., ; K.C. ; J.P. ; 
b. Semmington, 8 Jan. 1825 ; s. of late 
George Bush, of Penleigh House, Wiltshire ; 
m. Eleanor Charlotte (deceased), d. of late 
Rev. Edward Edgell, Rector of Rodden, 
Somersetshire, and Prebendary of Wells, 
1846. Educ. : Magdalen Hall (now Hert- 
ford Coll.), Oxford. Barr. Lincoln's Inn, 
1851 ; Bencher, 1888. Recreation : cycling. 
Address : Fairfax, Mortlake, Surrey. 

[Died 21 March 1903. 

BUSHBY, Henry Jeffreys, J.P. ; Commissioner 
of Lieutenancy for London ; Metropolitan 
Police Magistrate, 1870-96 ; b. India, 4 Oct. 
1820 ; *. of Henry Turner Bushby (Judge 
in Madras Presidency) ; m. 1862, Lady 
Frances North, d. of 6th Earl of Guilford. 
Educ. : Eton ; East India Coll. Haileybury. 
Gold Medals is Classics, Law, and Political 
Economy, at latter. Bengal Civil Service, 
1838 : Barr. Inner Temple, 1851 ; Recorder 
of Colchester, 1863-70. Publications : Widow- 
Burning, 1855 ; A Month in the Camp 
before Sebastopol, 1855 ; Echoes of Foreign 
Song, 1877, etc. Address : Wormley Bury, 
Broxbourne, Herts ; Lagduff Lodge, Ballina, 
Co. Mayo. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 27 Aug. 1903. 

BUSHELL, Stephen Wootton, C.M.G., 1897 J 
M.D., F.R.G.S. ; b. 28 July 1844 ; 3rd s. of 
late William Bushell, The Moat, Ash-next- 
Sandwich, Kent ; m. Florence, d. of Dr. R. 
N. B. Matthews, Bickley, Kent; one s. 
Educ. : Guy's Hospital, Lond. Univ. Scholar, 
Exhibitioner and Gold Medallist. House 
Surgeon, Guy's Hospital, 1866 ; Resident 
Medical Officer, Bethlem Royal Hospital, 
1867 ; physician to H.B.M. Legation at 
Peking, 1868-1900 ; member Council of 
Royal Asiatic and Royal Numismatic 
Societies ; Corresponding Member of Zoo- 
logical Society, of the Numismatic Society 
of Vienna, etc. Publications : Oriental 
Ceramic Art ; Handbook on Chinese Art, 
Victoria and Albert Museum ; papers on 
porcelain, numismatics, geographical and 
archaeological subjects connected with the 
Far East in the transactions of various 
learned societies. Recreations : pursuit of 
Chinese curios, coins, books, and antiquities ; 
whist. Address : Ravenshjolt, Harrow-on- 
the-Hill. Clubs : Royal Societies ; Peking. 
[Died 19 Sept. 1908. 

BUSTEED, Brigade-Surgeon Henry Elmsley, 
C.I.E. 1886 ; M.D. ; Assay Master of the 
Mint, Calcutta ; retired, 1886, receiving 
thanks of Government of India ; b. Dec. 
1833 ; m. Sophia Mary (d. 1905), d. of late 
Edward Trevor, barrister-at-law. Served 
Indian Mutiny with Horse Artillery, reliefs 
of Lucknow and of Cawnpore, 1857 (medal 
with clasp). Publication : Echoes from Old 
Calcutta. Club : East India United Service. 
[Died I Feb. 1912. 

BUTCHER, Very Rev. Charles Henry, D.D., 
F.S.A. ; Chaplain, All Saints Church. Cairo, 
from 1880 ; b. Clifton, 25 Jan. 1833 ; s. of 
the late Edmund Butcher and Sarah, d. of 
the late Charles Anderson, Bristol ; m. 1896, 
Edith Louisa, d. of the late Rev. Ayscoghe 
Floyer, Marshchapel, Lincolnshire. Educ. : 
Bishops' Coll. Bristol ; Hatfield Hall, Dur- 
ham. English Prize Essay ; 2nd class 
Classics, B.A. ; 1st class Classics M.A. ; 
Fellow of University of Durham, 1860-65. 
Ordained, 1856 ; curate, St. Clement's 
Danes, 1856-1858 ; St. Paul's, Hammer- 
smith, 1858-63 ; Consular Chaplain, Shang- 
hai, 1864-76 ; Dean of Shanghai Cathedral, 
1876-83. Publications : articles on Chinese 
Philosophy in Edinburgh Review ; sermons 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



preached in the East : Armenosa of Egypt, 
etc. Address : Church House, Cairo, Egypt. 
[Died 18 Jan. 1907. 

BUTCHER, Samuel Henry, M.P. (U.) Cam- 
bridge University from 1906 ; a Trustee of 
the British Museum ; President of the 
British Academy of Letters, 1909 ; Hon. 
Litt.D. Cambridge, Dublin, and Manchester ; 
Hon. D.Litt. Oxford; Hon. LL.D. St. 
\ndrews, Glas. and Edin. ; Hon. Fellow of 
Univ. Coll. Oxford; J.P. Co. Kerry; b. 
Dublin, 16 Apr. 1850 ; e. s. of late Samuel 
Butcher, Bishop of Meath ; m. 1876, Rose 
Julia (d. 1902), y. d. of late R. C. Trench, 
Archbishop of Dublin. Educ. : Marl- 
borough ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
Senior Classic and Chancellor's Medallist, 
1873 ; M.A., 1876 ; Fellowship Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 1874 ; vacating this 
by marriage, 1876 ; elected, without exam- 
ination, to a Fellowship at University Col- 
lege, Oxford ; Lecturer there till 1882 ; 
Professor of Greek in the University of 
Edinburgh, 1882-1903 ; member of Scottish 
Universities Commission, 1889-96 ; member 
of Royal Commission on University Educa- 
tion in Ireland, 1901 ; member of Royal 
Commission on Trinity College. Dublin, 1906 ; 
Fellow of British Academy of Letters, 1902 ; 
Lecturer at Harvard University, 1904 ; 
foreign memb. (hon.) American Academy of 
Arts and Sciences, 1905. Publications : 
Prose Translation of the Odyssey, 1879, with 
A. Lang ; Demosthenes (Classical Writers 
Series), 1881 ; Some Aspects of the Greek 
Genius, 1891, 1893, and 1904; Aristotle's 
Theory of Poetry and the Fine Arts, with a 
Critical Text and Translation of the Poetics, 
1895, 1897, 1903, and 1907 ; edition of 
Demosthenes (critical text), vol. i. 1903, 
vol. ii. 1907 ; Harvard Lectures on Greek 
Subjects, 1904. Address : 6 Tavistock 
. Square W.C. ; Danesfort, Killarney, Co. 
Kerrv. Clubs : Athenaeum ; New Club. 
Edinburgh. [Died 29 Dec. 1910. 

BUTE, 3rd Marquess of (cr. 1796), John Patrick 
Crichton-Stuart, K.T., LL.D. Baron Crichton 
of Sanquhar, 1488 ; Viscount of Ayr, 1622 ; 
Bt. 1627 ; Earl of Dumfries, Lord Crichton 
and Cumnock, 1633 ; Earl of Bute, Viscount 
Kinsarth, Lord Mountstuart, Cumra, and 
Inchmarnock, 1703 ; Baron Mountstuart, 
1761 ; Baron Cardiff, 1776 ; Earl of Wind- 
sor, Viscount Mount joy, Hereditary Sheriff 
of Bute ; Lord-Lieut, of Buteshire from 
1892 ; Lord Rector of St. Andrews Univer- 
sity, 1892-98 ; b. Mountstuart, 12 Sept. 
1847 ; s. of 2nd Marquis and his 2nd wife, 
d. of 1st Marquis of Hastings ; S. father 
1848 ; m. 1872, Gwendoline, e. d. of 1st 
Lord Howard. Educ. : Harrow ; Christ 
Church, Oxon. Mayor of Cardiff, 1890-91. 
Publications : The Early Days of Sir William 
Wallace ; The Burning of the Barns of Ayr : 
The Roman Breviary (translated) ; The 
Coptic Morning Service (translated) ; The 
Altus of St. Columba. and other short 
writings. Owned about 117,000 acres. 
Heir: 's. Earl of Dumfries. Address : St. 
John's Lodge, Regent's Park ; Cardiff Castle, 
Glamorganshire ; Mountstuart, Rothesay ; 
Dumfries House, Ayrshire ; House of Falk- 
land, Fifeshire ; Old Place of Mochrum, 
Wigtownshire. Clubs : Athenaeum, Carlton, 
Constitutional, Maryborough, St. Stephen's, 
Travellers', White's ; New, Scottish Con- 
servative, Edinburgh. [Died 4 Oct. 1900. 

BUTLER, Rev. Arthur G., Fellow of Oriel Coll. 
Oxford ; b. Gayton, Northamptonshire ; 
3rd s. of the Dean of Peterborough and 
Sarah Maria Gray ; m. Harriet J. Edgeworth, 
niece of Maria Edgeworth. Educ. : Rugby ; 
Univ. Coll. Oxford. 1st class Classics, 1853 ; 
Ireland Scholar, 1853 ; Fellow of Oriel, 1857. 
Assistant Master, Rugby, under Dr. Temple ; 



BUTLER 

first Headmaster of Haileybury Coll., 1862- 
1867 ; Tutor of Oriel, 1875-95 ; Select 
Preacher at Oxford ; Whitehall Preacher ; 
was the Butler of " Butler's Leap " at Rugby. 
Publications : Charles I., a Drama, 1874 ; 
Harold, a Drama ; Choice of Achilles, and 
Other Poems, 1900. Recreations : head of 
Rugby Eleven, 1848 ; winner of the Racket 
(pairs) at Oxford, 1855. Address : 14 Nor- 
ham Gardens, Oxford. [Died 10 Jan. 1909. 

BUTLER, Arthur John, Professor of Italian 
language and literature, University College, 
London ; Editor, Public Record Office ; b. 
21 June 1844; s. of W. J. Butler, late 
Dean of Lincoln ; m. d. of late Rev. W. G. 
Humphry ; one s. six d. Educ. : Bradfield ; 
Eton ; Trinity College, Cambridge (Fellow, 
Math, and Class. Tripos). Education De- 
partment, 1870-1887) ; in the publishing 
business, 1887-1894 ; Assistant Commis- 
sioner to Commission on Secondary Educa- 
tion, 1894. Publications : Dante : Divina 
Commedia, edited ; Dante, his Times and 
his Work ; General Marbot, Memoirs ; Gen- 
eral Thie'bault, Memoirs ; Ratzel, Volker- 
kunde ; Scartazzini, Dante-Handbuch, and 
others, translated ; Calendars of Foreign 
State Papers from 1577, edited. Recreations: 
walking, rowing. Address : Wood End, 
Oatlands, Weybridge. Clubs : Athenaeum, 
Alpine. [Died 26 Feb. 1910. 

BUTLER, Arthur Stanley, M.A. ; Professor of 
Natural Philosophy, St. Andrews, from 1880 ; 
b. 1854 ; s. of George Butler, D.D., Canon of 
Winchester, and Josephine, d. of John Grey, 
Dilston; m. Edith, d. of Jaspar Bolton, 
Ballykisteen, Tipperary. Educ. : Chelten- 
ham and Liverpool Colleges ; Exeter Coll. 
Oxford. First class in Mathematical Modera- 
tions ; first class in Final School. Recreations: 
mountaineering, cycling, sailing. Address : 
St. Swithin's, St. Andrews, N.B. Clubs : 
Royal Societies' ; Royal and Ancient Golf, 
St. Andrews. [Died 25 Dec. 1901. 

BUTLER, Maj.-Gen. Henry, C.B. 1905. Served 
Crimea, 1854-55 (despatches, medal with 
three clasps, Turkish medal, Brevet Major, 
5th class, Legion of Honour) ; New Zealand, 
1861-65 (despatches four times, medal, brevet 
of Lt -Col.). Address : Ballycarron, Golden, 
Cashel. [Died 10 May 1907 . 

BUTLER, Josephine ; retired from all public 
work ; b. Milfield, on the Cheviot Hills ; d. 
of John Grey of Dilston, a well-known 
agriculturist and political reformer ; m. 
1852, Dr. George Butler (d. 1890) of Oxford, 
who afterwards became Canon of Winchester. 
Educ. : a year or two at a school in New- 
castle-on-Tyne. Took part in movements 
for the higher education of women ; for the 
" Married Women's Property Bill " ; and 
later, for the removal from the statute-book 
of a law for the regulation of immorality, and 
in favour of moral reform in the army ; all 
these movements met with considerable 
success. Publications : Life of John Grey of 
Dilston ; Life of Catharine of Siena ; Recol- 
lections of George Butler; The Lady of 
Shunem ; Personal Reminiscences of a Great 
Crusade ; Prophets and Prophetesses ; Native 
Races and the War ; Silent Victories ; The 
Hourbeforethe Dawn; Government by Police: 
The Constitution Violated ; Women's Work 
and Women's Culture; In Memonam : 
Harriett Meuricoffre ; Life of Oberhn ; A 
Voice in the Wilderness ; and many pam- 
phlets on social subjects; several of these 
works have been translated into French and 
German and Italian, some into Dutch and 
Spanish Recreations : mountain excursions 
with her family in Switzerland : music; and 
out-door sketching with 



BUTLER, Maria, Countess of the Holy Roman 
Empire; b. 19 Jan. 1868; o. c.^oMate Sir 



BUTLER 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Horace St. Paul, Bt., Count of the Holy 
Roman Empire, with authority to himself 
and successors of either sex to use the title 
in this country ; m. 1893, George Grey Butler. 
Educ. : home. Address : Ewart Park, 
Wooler, Northumberland. 

[Died 26 Apr. 1901. 

BUTLER, Samuel ; b. Langar, Notts, 4 Dec. 
1835 ; . of Rev. Thos. Butler. Educ. : 
Shrewsbury ; St. John's Coll. Cambridge. 
Bracketed 12th in First Class of Classical 
Tripos, 1858. Was in the Canterbury Settle- 
ment, New Zealand, 1860-64 , from which 
time has been engaged in writing, painting, 
and composing music. Publications : Ere- 
whon, 1872 ; Erewhon revisited, 1901 ; 
The Fair Haven, Life and Habit, Evolution 
Old and New, Unconscious Memory, Alps 
and Sanctuaries, Luck or Cunning, Ex Voto, 
Life of Dr. Samuel Butler of Shrewsbury 
and Bishop of Lichfteld, The Authoress of the 
Odyssey,Shakespeare's Sonnets Reconsidered, 
and complete prose translations of Homer's 
Iliad and of the Odyssey. Recreations : 
country walks and trips on the Continent. 
Address : 15 Clifford's Inn, E.C. 

[Died 18 June 1902. 

BUTLER, Spencer Perceval, M.A. ; Barrister- 
at-Law ; b. 22 April 1828 ; 2nd s. of late 
Very Rev. George Butler, D.D., Dean of 
Peterborough ; m. 1863, Mary, o. c. of Rev. 
Nicholas Kendall ; nine . two d. Educ. : 
Rugby; Trinity College. Cambridge. Le 
Bas Prizeman, 1853 ; Wrangler and 1st 
Class Classics, 1854 ; called to Bar, 1856 ; 
Secretary, Royal Commission on Greenwich 
Hospital, 1860 ; Secretary, Durham Univer- 
sity Commission, 1861 ; Examiner, Law 
Tripos, 1862 ; Member of Admiralty Com- 
mittee on Higher Education of Naval 
Officers, 1870 ; Conveyancing Counsel to the 
High Court of Justice, 1887, and to H.M. 
Office of Works ; retired 1912. Recreations : 
Rugby Cricket Eleven, fencing, and all out- 
door sports. Address : 6 Northmoor Road, 
Oxford. [Died 11 July 1915. 

BUTLER, Major Thomas Adair, V.C. ; late of 
101st Regt. (Royal Munster Fusiliers) ; b. 
Soberton, 12 Feb. 1836 ; y. s. of Rev. Stephen 
Butler and Mary Ann, d. of late T. Thistle- 
thwayte of Southwick Park. Hants ; m. 1893. 
Harriet Ann, e. d. of late Rev. H. C. Davidson, 
Vicar of Patrick, Me of Man. Educ.: 
private school. Joined 1st European Bengal 
Fusiliers 1854 ; served throughout Indian 
Mutiny, 1857-58 ; in all the engagements 
before Delhi ; action of Nuguffqhur ; gal- 
loper of Brig. -Gen. Nicholson ; storm and 
capture of Delhi (slightly wounded) ; actions 
of Gungerie, Puttialie, and Mynpoorie ; 
storm and capture of Lucknow (swam the 
river Goomtee under a heavy fire and entered 
enemy's entrenchments) ; twice mentioned 
in dispatches ; served through the Indian 
N.W. Frontier War of 1863, and was present 
at the attack and capture of Crag Piquet, 
the Conical Hill, and Umbeyla, wounded and 
mentioned in despatches. Decorated with 
Indian Mutiny medal, and two clasps for 
Delhi and Lucknow ; Victoria Cross ; medal 
for N. W. Frontier, and clasp for Umbeyla. 
Recreations : race riding, amateur theatricals, 
farming. Address : Lyndale, Woodlands 
Road, Camberley, Surrey. 

[Died 17 May 1901. 

BUTLER, Sir Thomas Pierce, 10th Bt. ; cr. 
1628 ; J.P., D.L. ; Vice-Lieut, of Carlow ; 
Hon. Col. 8th Batt. King's R. Rifles ; b. 
Edin. 16 Dec. 1836; S. father 1862; m. 
Hester Elizabeth (d. 1904), e. d. of Sir Alan 
E. Bellingham, 3rd Bt., 1864 ; two s. four 
d. Educ. : Cheltenham Coll. Ensign, 56th 
Regt. 25 Aug. 1854 ; served in Crimea ; 
carried Queen's Colours of 56th Regt. 8 Sept. 
1855 at taking of Sebastopol ; received 
108 



Crimean medal and clasp for Sebastopol, and 
Turkish medal ; contested Co. Carlow 1885 
(C.). Recreations : agricultural pursuits ; 
usual country amusements. Owned 7000 
acres. Heir : s. Richard Pierce. Address : 
Ballin Temple, Tullow, Co. Carlow. Clubs : 
Carlton ; Kildare Street, Dublin. 

[Died 9 March 1909. 

BUTLER, Rt. Hon. Sir William Francis, G.C.B., 
cr. 1906 ; K.C.B., cr. 1886 ; P.C. ; b. 31 
Oct. 1838 ; *. of Richard Butler of Suirville, 
Co. Tipperary ; m. 1877 (see Lady Butler). 
Educ. : Jesuit College, Tullabeg, King's 
County ; Dublin. Entered 69th Regiment, 
17 Sept. 1858 ; served nearly four years in 
the East ; Lieut. Nov. 1863 ; Canada, 
Fenian Raid and Red River expedition 
(Canadian general service medal, awarded 
1899, with two clasps), 1870 ; Special Com- 
missioner to Indian tribes of Saskatchewan 
River line from 1870-71 ; Captain, 1872 ; 
Ashanti, employed to collect West Akim 
native forces (despatches several times of 
Sir Garnet Wolseley, and in House of Lords 
by the Duke of Cambridge, medal with 
clasp, Major, C.B.), 1873-74; joined Sir 
Garnet Wolseley as special service officer in 
Natal, sent on confidential mission to Bloem- 
fontein, 1875; D.A.Q.M.G. Headquarters 
Staff, Nov. 1875-79; Zulu War, A.Q.M.G. 
and staff officer at sea base (despatches, Bt. 
Lieut.-Col.), 1879-80; A.A. and Q.M.G. 
Western District, 1880-84; Egypt, A.A. 
and Q.M.G. 1882 (despatches, medal with 
clasp, Khedive's star, 3rd class of the Order 
of the Medjidie), .Extra A.D.C. to Queen 
Victoria, 1882-92 ; special mission, Canada, 
1884 ; prepared first portion of Nile flotilla, 
August 1884; Nile expedition, A.A. and 
Q.M.G. (despatches, two clasps), 1884-85 ; 
Soudan, commanded mounted troops River 
column (despatches at Kirbekan, on his 
advice, General Earle abandoned frontal 
attack and attacked in flank), Jan.-Feb. 
1885 ; Brig.-Gen. Frontier Field Force, 
commanded frontier lines at Merawi and 
Dongola, April-October 1885 ; commanded 
brigade at Giniss (despatches), 30 Dec. 
1885 ; commanded at Wady Haifa, Jan.- 
July 1886 ; A.A.G. for special service, 1889- 
1890 ; Brig.-Gen. commanding troops at 
Alexandria, Jan. 1890-Nov. 1893 ; Major- 
Gen. Sept. 1892 ; commanded Second In- 
fantry Brigade, Aldershot, Nov. 1893-96 ; 
Distinguished Service reward, 1 895 ; com- 
manded S.-E. District, Feb. 1896-98 ; Cape 
command, Nov. 1898-99 ; Western District, 
1899-1905 ; concurrently commanding at 
Aldershot, Sept. 1900-Jan. 1901 ; Lieut.- 
Gen. 1900; visited South Africa, 1906. 
Publications : The Great Lone Land, 1872 ; 
The Wild North Land, 1873; Akim-Foo, 
1875 ; Far Out, 1880 ; Red Cloud, the 
Solitary Sioux, 1882 ; The Campaign of the 
Cataracts, 1887 ; Charles George Gordon, 
1889 ; Sir Charles Napier, 1890 ; Life of 
Sir George Pomeroy Colley, 1899 ; From 
Naboth's Vineyard, 1907. Address : Bansha 
Castle, Bansha, Tipperary. Club : Junior 
United Service. [Died 7 June 1910. 

BUTLIN, Sir Henry Trentham, 1st Bt., cr 
1911 ; F.R.C.S. ; D.C.L. ; consulting sur- 
geon ; s. of late Rev. W. W. Butlin, Cam- 
borne, Cornwall ; m. d. of H. Balderson, 
Hemel Hempstead. Educ. : private tutor. 
D.C.L. Durham (causa honoria). President 
of the Royal College of Surgeons of England ; 
Consulting Surgeon to St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital f a Governor of Rugby School. 
Recreation : riding. Address : 82 Harley 
Street, W. [Died 24 Jan. 1912. 

BUTTERFIELD, William, F.S.A. ; architect ; 
b. 7 Sept. 1814 ; unmarried. Celebrated for 
his introduction of colour into ecclesiastical 
and domestic buildings by the help of bricks, 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



marble, and mosaic ; built St. Augustine's 
Coll. Canterbury ; Keble Coll., Oxford ; 
Cathedral at Perth; Balliol Coll. Chapel, 
Oxford ; school buildings at Winchester 
Coll. ; Chapel, Quadrangle, and other 
buildings at Rugby School ; new Parish 
Church, Rugby ; All Saints Church and 
houses, priory and schools, Margaret Street, 
London : Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia ; 
County Hospital, Winchester ; St. Mary 
Magdalene Church and house, Enfteld ; 
Grammar School and Chapel, Exeter ; St. 
Albans Church, Holborn ; St. Augustine's 
Church and Vicarage, South Kensington ; 
restoring and mosaicising the Church in 
Dover Castle ; Theological College and 
Chapel in the Close at Salisbury ; County 
Hospital, Winchester ; Gordon Boys Home, 
Bagshot ; new buildings and restoration of 
Chapel, Merton College, Oxford ; renovated 
Hospital of St. Cross, Winchester, and many 
others. Address : 42 Bedford Square, W.C. 
Club : Athenaeum. [Died 23 Feb. 1900. 

BUTTS, S., I.S.O. 1902. Educ. : privately. 
Entered Civil Service, 1861 ; served in the 
Customs, 1861-73 ; Junior Examiner in the 
Exchequer and Audit Department, 1873- 
1903. [Died 30 March 1906. 

BUXTON, Francis William, J.P. Co.'s Herts 
and London ; Public Works Loan Com- 
missioner ; b. 5 Aug. 1847 ; 7th 8. of Sir 
E. N. Buxton, 2nd Bart. ; m. Hon. Mary 
Emma, d. of late Lord Lawrence, G.C.B., 
G.C.S.I., 1872 ; three s. five d. Educ. : 
Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A. 1872). 
Called to Bar at Lincoln's Inn, 1872 ; 
director of Union Bank of London ; M.P. 
(L.), Andover, 1880-86 ; member of London 
School Board for City Division, 1899-1904; 
Treasurer, R. Economic Society. Recrea- 
tions : much interested in social, political, 
and educational questions, and in art ; also 
a Keen sportsman. Address : 42 Grosvenor 
Gardens, S.W. ; Uckfield House, Sussex. 
Clubs : Brooks's, Athenaeum, City Liberal, 
Political Economy. [Died 14 Nov. 1911. 

BYAM, Major-General William, C.B. ; cr. 1884, 
retired ; s. of late W. J. Byam, M.R.C.S. 
England, of Willesley, Gloucestershire ; b. 
12 Jan. 1841 ; m. Emily, d. of late Maj.-Gen. 
J. W. F. Bean, B.S.C., 1881 ; one s. three d. 
Educ. : King's Coll. School, London. 
Entered 165th Regt. as Ensign, 1859 ; Lieut,, 
1863 ; Capt. 1868 ; Major, 1876 ; Lieut. - 
Col. 1881; Col. 1885; Major-Gen. 1897; 
served in New Zealand War, 1863-65, in- 
cluding storming and capture of Rangiawhia 
(medal) ; commanded 1st Batt. York and 
Lancaster Regt. (formerly 65th Foot) at 
battles of El Teb and Tamaai in Soudan, 
1884 (medal with clasp, bronze star, and 
C.B.) ; commanded 51st and 65th Regtl. 
Districts, 1887-92. Recreations : shooting, 
hunting, fishing. Address : Barcaldine, 
Westwood Road, Southampton. Club : 
Army and Navy. [Died 20 Dec. 1906. 

BYERS, Mrs. Margaret, LL.D. (Univ. of 
Dublin), widow of Rev. John Byers, M.A. 
(Glas.) ; missionary to China ; Principal of 
Victoria College, Belfast, from 1859 ; o. d. 
of Andrew Morrow, Windsor Hill, Rath- 
friland ; one s., Sir John William Byers. 
Educ. : privately at home, and in England ; 
taught for a year previous to marriage at 
Nottingham under the late Mrs. Treffry. 
Founder and Director of Victoria College, 
which was prominent in pioneer educational 
work, and has contributed largely to the 
movements for the promotion of the higher 
education of women in Ireland, and also in 
giving a status to women teachers. It was 
begun as a secondary school before collegiate 
education or academic distinctions were 
thought of for women. In 1878 worked for 
the inclusion of girls in the benefits of the 



BYTHESEA 

Irish Intermediate Act. The college was a 
natural evolution of all that had gone before 
when in 1881 the Royal Univ. of Ireland 
offered its examinations and degrees to 
women. Was the first Ulster woman to 
receive an honorary degree from a Univer- 
sity. Member of First Senate of The Queen's 
University of Belfast. Interested in many 
forms of philanthropic work. Founder in 
1874, in conjunction with other ladies, of 
the Belfast Women's Temperance Associa- 
tion and Christian Workers' Union, out of 
which sprang the Belfast Prison Gate Mission 
for Women, and the Victoria Homes for the 
reclamation and training of neglected and 
destitute girls. First Pres. of the Irish 
Women's Temperance Union ; presented by 
old pupils and personal friends with a testi- 
monial, 1905. Publications : many papers 
on different phases of the progress of girls' 
education in Ireland, on Irish industrial 
schools, and on temperance, with practical 
suggestions regarding inebriate homes, and 
on other subjects. Recreations : philan- 
thropic work, with especial reference to the 
training of the young. Address : Victoria 
College, Belfast. [Died 21 Feb. 1912. 

BYNG, Major Hon. Lionel Francis George, 
Reserve of Officers ; b. Sept. 1858 ; *. of 
2nd Earl of Strafford ; m. 1902, Lady 
Eleanor Mabel Howard, d. of 18th Earl of 
Suffolk ; one d. Educ. : Eton. Served in 
Royal Horse Guards, 1878-1905 ; served in 
S. Africa, 1900-2, with Thorneycroft's M.I. 
(Medal and 3 clasps). Address : Aven- 
ing House, Avening, Gloucester. Clubs : 
Turf, Bath. [Died 27 May 1915. 

BYRNE, Sir Edmund Widdrington, K.B. ; cr. 
1897 ; The Hon. Mr. Justice Byrne ; Judge 
of the Chancery Division of the High Court 
of Justice, appointed in succession to Mr. 
Justice Chitty, Jan. 1897 ; b. Islington, 30 
June 1844 ; e. 8. of Edmund Byrne, Solicitor, 
Westminster, and Mary Elizabeth, d. of 
Henry Cowell ; m. Henrietta, d. of late 
James Gulland of Newton-Wemyss, Fife, 
1874. Educ. : King's Coll. London. Barr. 
Lincoln's Inn, 1867 ; Q.C. 1888 ; Member 
of Bar Committee, 1891 ; Bencher, 1892 ; 
M.P. Walthamstow Division of Essex, 1892. 
1897. Recreations : golf, cycling, Address . 
33 Lancaster Gate. Clubs : Athenaeum' 
Savile, Carlton. [Died 4 Apr. 1904' 

BYRNES, Hon. Thomas Joseph, Attorney-Gen! 
of Queensland ; b. Brisbane, 1860. Educ. : 
State's School, Bouen, Queensland ; Brisbane 
Grammar School ; Sydney and Melbourne 
Universities. Barr. Victoria, 1884 ; com- 
menced practising in Queensland, 1885 ; 
entered Legislative Council as Solicitor-Gen. 
1890. Address : Brisbane, Queensland. 

[Died 27 Sept. 1898. 

BYTHESEA, Rear-Admiral John, V.C., C.B., 
C.I.E. ; b. 15 June 1827 ; *. of Rev. G. 
Bythesea, Freshford, Somerset ; m. Fanny 
Belinda, d. of late Col. G. N. Prior, 1874. 
Educ. : Grosvenor Coll., Bath. Entered 
Navy as Volunteer of 1st class, 1841 ; Lieut. 
1849 ; Com. 1856 ; Capt. 1861 ; Rear- 
Admiral, 1877 ; awarded the V.C. while 
serving in H.M.S. " Arrogant " in Russian 
War ; commanded the " Locust " in the 
Baltic, 1855, and the " Cruiser " in China 
during war of 1858-60 ; was present at the 
forcing the Yangtze at Nankin with Lord 
Elgin's squadron under command of Captain 
Barker Royal Commission on Defence of 
Canada, 1862 ; Naval Attache" at Washing- 
ton, 1865-67 ; in command of the " Phoebe " 
in the " Flying Squadron " under Admiral 
Hornby, 1870 ; consulting naval officer to 
Government of India, 1874-80. Address : 
22 Ashburn Place, S.W. Club : United 
Service [Died 18 May 1906. 



BYWATKR 



WHO WAS WHO, 1917-1916 



BYWATER, Ingram, M.A. Oxon. ; Hon. Litt. 
D., Dublin, Durham, and Cambridge ; Hon. 
Ph. D. Athens ; corres. Member of Royal 
Prussian Academy of Sciences ; Fellow of 
the British Academy ; Hon. Fellow of 
Exeter and Queen's Colleges ; b. London, 
27 June 1840 ; o. s. of late John Ingram 
Bywater ; m. 1885, Charlotte (d, 1908), 2nd 
d. of C. J. Cornish, of Salcombe Regis, 
Devon, and widow of Hans W. Sotheby. 
Educ. : University College and King's 
College Schools, London ; Queen's College, 
Oxford. Fellow of Exeter College, 1863 ; 
Tutor in the Coll. for several years ; Uni- 
versity Reader in Greek, 1883 ; Regius 
Professor of Greek, and student of Christ 
Church, Oxford, 1893-1908. Publications : 
Fragments of Heraclitus, 1877 ; the Works 
of Priscianus Lydus, for the Berlin Academy, 
1886 ; the text of the Nicomachean Ethics 
of Aristotle 1890 ; The Textual Criticism 
of the Nicomachean Ethics, 1892; Aris- 
totelis de Arte Poetica liber, 1897 ; Aristotle 
on the Art of Poetry, with Translation and 
Commentary, 1909 ; also articles in various 
journals and periodicals. Address : 93 
Onslow Square, S.W. Clubs : Athenaeum, 
Burlington Fine Arts. [Died 17 Oct. 1914. 



C 



CADELL, Sir Robert, K.C.B. ; or. 1894 ; J.P. ; 
b. 1825 ; *. of late H. F. Cadell, Cockenzie, 
N.B. ; TO. Elizabeth, d. of Rev. William 
Bruce Cunningham, Prestonpans. Entered 
Madras Artillery, 1842 ; Col.-Commandant, 
1885 ; served in Crimean War and Indian 
Mutiny ; Inspector- Gen. of Ordnance, 
Madras, 1877-81 . Address : Cockenzie, 
Prestonpans, N.B. Club : E. I. United 
Service. [Died 30 June 1897. 

CADGE, William, F.R.C.S. ; Consulting 
Surgeon to the Norfolk and Norwich 
Hospital ; Fellow of Royal Medical and 
Chirurgical Society. Educ. : University 
Coll. Hospital, London. Formerly member 
of Council Royal College of Surgeons, Eng- 
land, and Hunteriau Professor of Surgery 
and Pathology. Address: 49 St. Giles' 
Street, Norwich. [Died 25 June 1903. 

CADIC, Edouard, Professor of French and 
Romanic Philology in the National Uni- 
versity of Ireland ; D.Litt. and Fellow of 
the Royal University ; Present or Past 
Examiner to the War Office, Civil Service 
Commission, Board of Intermediate Educa- 
tion, the Apothecaries' Hall of Ireland, etc. ; 
b. Guidel, France, 1858. Educ. : Paris, 
Germany. President of the French and 
German Reading Society from 1889, the 
Modern Languages Society, etc. ; Officer of 
Academy ; Officer of Public Instruction, and 
Knight of the Legion of Honour. Address : 
Belmont, Monkstown Road, Co. Dublin. 

[Died 11 Jan. 1914. 

CABMAN, Hon. Sir Alfred Jerome, K.C.M.G., 
cr. 1903 ; C.M.G. 1901 ; member of Legisla- 
tive Council for Auckland from 1890 ; holds 
permanent title of Honourable from 1901. 
Member of House of Representatives, 1881- 
1899 ; member of Ballance and Seddon 
Government, 1891-99 ; Minister without 
Portfolio, New Zealand, 1899-1901. Decorated 
C.M.G. on occasion of the visit of the Duke 
and Duchess of Cornwall to New Zealand. 
Address : Auckland, New Zealand. 

[Died 23 March 1905. 

CADMAN, His Honour Judge John Heaton, 
Judge of County Courts from 1889 ; b. 24 
July 1839 ; 2nd s. of late Edwin Cadman, 
Westbourne House, Sheffield, and Amelia, 
d. of J. B. Binge ; m. Mary Grayson, d. of 
Edwd. Thorn ill Simpson, of Walton, Wake- 
110 



field. Educ. : Collegiate, Sheffield ; Lyce"e 
Imperial, Versailles ; Worcester Coll. Oxford; 
B.A., M.A. Called to Bar, Inner Temple, 
1864; joined Midland Circuit, and after- 
wards N.E. Circuit on its formation ; Re- 
corder of Pontefract, 1877-89 ; J.P. West 
Riding, Yorks, and on Commission of Peace 
for Boroughs of Halifax, Dewsbury, and 
Huddersfield. Recreations : shooting, hunt- 
ing. Address : Rhyddings House, Ack- 
worth, near Pontefract. Club : Junior 
Carlton. [Died 22 Feb. 1906, 

CADOGAN, Hon. Frederick William, D L. ; 
Barrister ; b. Dec. 16, 1821 ; s. of 3rd Earl 
Cadogan and Honoria Louisa Blake, sister of 
1st Baron Wallscourt ; m. 1851, Lady 
Adelaide Paget (d. 1890), d. of 1st Marquess 
of Anglesey. M.P. Cricklade, 1868-74. 
Address : 48 Egerton Gardens, S.W. 

[Died 30 Nov. 1904. 

CADOGAN, 5th Earl, cr. 1800 ; George Henry 
Cadogan, K.G., P.C., J.P., LL.D. Baron 
Cadogan, 1718 ; Viscount Chelsea, 1800 ; 
Baron Oakley, 1831. [1st Earl succeeded 
Marlborough as Commander-in-Chief.] Hon. 
Col. 5th (Militia) Batt. Royal Fusiliers from 
1886 ; Hereditary Trustee of the British 
Museum ; s. of 4th Earl and Mary Sarah, 
3rd d. of Hon. Rev. G. V. Wellesley, D.D. ; 
b. Durham, 12 May 1840 ; grand-nephew of 
1st Duke of Wellington ; S. father 1873 ; m. 
1st, 1865, Lady Beatrix Jane Craven, V.A. 
(d. 1907), 4th d. of 2nd Earl of Craven ; five 
*. two d. ; 2nd, 1911, Countess Adele Palagi 
g. d. of late Gen. Hon. Sir George Cadogan. 
M.P. for Bath, 1873 ; Under-Secretary for 
War, 1875; for Colonies, 1878-80; Lord 
Privy Seal, 1886-92; Lord-Lieutenant of 
Ireland, 1895-1902 ; 1st Mayor of Chelsea, 
1900. Heir: s. Viscount Chelsea. Address: 
Chelsea House, Cadogan Place, S.W. ; Cul- 
ford Hall, Bury St. Edmunds. Clubs : 
Carlton, Travellers', White's. 

[Died 6 March 1915. 

CADOGAN, Hon. William George Sydney, 
M.V.O. 1906 ; Captain 10th Hussars ; s. of 
5th Earl Cadogan ; b. 1879. Educ. : Sand- 
hurst. Served South Africa, 1900 ; A.D.C. 
to Prince of Wales (now King George V.) 
during Tour in India, 1905-6. Address : 
Chelsea House, Cadogan Place, S.W. 

[Died 13 Nov. 1914. 

CAFE, General William Martin, V.C. ; Bengal 
Infantry ; b. 23 Mar. 1826. Entered army, 
1842; General, 1894; retired list, 1883; 
served Gwalior Campaign, 1843 (bronze star); 
Punjaub Campaign, 1848-49 (medal with two 
clasps) ; Indian Mutiny, 1857-58 (severely 
wounded, despatches medal with clasp, 
V.C.) ; Sikkim Expedition, 1861. Address : 
16 Weatherby Place, S.W. 

[Died 6 Aug. 1906. 

CAHILL, Rt. Rev. John Baptist ; Bishop (R.C.) 
of Portsmouth from 1900 ; b. London, 2 Sept. 
1841. Educ. : St. Edmund's College, Ware. 
B.A. Lond. 1862. Ordained, 1864 ; con- 
secrated Bishop, 1 May 1900 ; Professor of 
Classics and Mathematics in St. Edmund's 
College ; Incumbent of St. Mary's, Ryde, 
from 15 May 1866 ; Vicar-General of Ports- 
mouth (retired). Address : Bishop's House, 
Portsmouth. [Died, 5 Aug. 1910. 

CAILLARD, Alfred, C.M.G. ; Grand Cordon 
(1st class) Medjidie (Turkish) ; Commander, 
Order of Franz Josef (Austrian) ; Grand 
Officer, Order of Saviour (Greek) ; created 
Pasha by H.H. the Khedive in Feb. 1899 ; 
Director-Gen, of Customs, Egypt, from 1880 ; 
b. Leicester 1841 ; 2nd s. of Charles Camille 
Caillard (n. of the Marquis Penalver, and 
g. s. of Jean Andre" Caillard, who held office 
under the first French Republic and Empire). 
Educ. : private school ; Lycee Louis le 
Grand, Paris. Entered Civil Service, Post 
Office, 1863 ; Financial Controller Egyptian 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



CALDEEON 



Post Office, 1875 ; Postmaster-Gen, of Egypt, 
1876 ; Administrator Khedivieh Mail Steam- 
ship Service, Dec. 1878 ; Vice-President of 
Indemnities Commission (Egypt), 1884-85 ; 
ex-officio director of Alexandria Water Co., 
and Alexandria Pressing Co. Decorated for 
services in Egypt and assistance in negotiating 
commercial conventions Austria-Egypt, 1890 ; 
Greece-Egypt, 1884 and 1891. Recreations : 
bicycling, tennis, swimming, marksman 
(Volunteer), 1862. Address: Ramleh, 
Alexandria, Egypt ; Hardwick House, East- 
bourne. Clubs : Khedivial, Alexandria 
Cairo. [Died 9 June 1900. 

CAINE, William Sproston, J.P. ; M.P. (L.) for 
North- West or Camborne Division of Corn- 
wall from 1900 ; b. Seacombe, Cheshire, 
26 Mar. 1842 ; s. of Nathaniel Caine, Liver- 
pool ; m. Alice, d. of Rev. Hugh Stowell 
Brown. Educ. : Birkenhead Park School. 
Contested Liverpool (L.), 1873 and 1874 ; 
M.P. (L.) Scarborough, 1880, and 1884 on 
joining Mr. Gladstone's administration as 
Civil Lord of the Admiralty ; contested 
Tottenham, 1885 ; M.P. (L.) Barrow-in- 
Furness, 1886, and again same years a 
Unionist ; resigned 1889 as protest against 
Lord Salisbury's Government for neglecting 
Irish Local Government and adopting Com- 
pensation to Publicans, and was defeated at 
Barrow; M.P. Bradford (G.L.) 1892, and 
defeated 1895 ; member Royal Commissions 
on the Licence Laws and Indian Finance ; 
minister of Wheatsheaf Hall Mission Church, 
South London ; hon. secretary of Anglo- 
Indian Temperance Association ; president 
of British Temperance League and of National 
Temperance Federation ; vice-president of 
the United Kingdom Alliance. Publications : 
A Life of Hugh Stowell Brown; A Trip 
Round the World ; Picturesque India ; 
Young India ; Local Option, a handbook. 
Recreations : fishing, cycling, travel. Address : 
42 Grosvenor Road, S.W. Clubs : Reform, 
National Liberal. [Died 17 March 1903. 

CAIRO, Edward ; b. Greenock, 22 Mar. 1835 ; 
6th s. of John Caird[Caird and Co., engineers] ; 
m. Caroline Frances, d. of Rev. John Wylie, 
minister of Carluke, Lanarkshire, 1867. 
Educ. : Greenock Grammar School ; Glas- 
gow University ; Balliol Coll. Oxford ; 
LL.D. St. Andrews, 1883 ; Glasgow, 1894 ; 
D.C.L. Oxford, 1891 ; D.Lit. Camb. 1898 ; 
D.Lit. Wales, 1902; Fellow and Tutor of 
Merton Coll. Oxford, 1864-66; Professor of 
Moral Philosophy, Glasgow University, 1866- 
1893 ; Master of Balliol College, Oxford, 1893- 
1907 ; resigned. Publications : Philosophy 
of Kant, 1878 ; Hegel in Blackwood's Series ; 
Critical Philosophy of Emmanuel Kant, 1889; 
The Religion and Social Philosophy of Comte, 
1885 ; Essays on Literature and Philosophy, 
1892; The Evolution of Religion (Gifford 
Lectures at St. Andrews, 1891-92), 1893 ; The 
Evolution of Theology in the Greek Philo- 
sophers (Gifford Lectures at Glasgow, 1901- 
1902) ; Lay Sermons and Addresses delivered 
in the Hall of Balliol College, Oxford, 1907. 
Address : 12 Bardwell Road, Oxford. 

[Died 1 Nov. 1908. 

CAIRD, Very Rev. John, D.D., LL.D. ; Principal 
and Vice-Chancellor, University of Glasgow, 
from 1873 ; b. Greenock, Dec. 1820 [father 
engineer, head of firm of Caird and Co.]. 
Educ. : Greenock Grammar School ; Glas- 
gow University. Successively minister of 
parishes of Newton-on-Ayr ; Lady Tester's 
Edinburgh ; Errol, Perthshire ; Park Church, 
Glasgow ; Professor of Divinity, University 
of Glasgow, 1862-73. Publications : volume 
of Sermons ; Introduction to Philosophy of 
Religion ; Spinoza, in Blackwood's Philo- 
sophical Classics ; various Addresses and 
Sermons. Address : University, Glasgow. 
[Died 30 July 1898. 



CAIRNCROSS, Maj.-Gen. John, R.M. ; b. 

14 March 1835 ; s. of late Lt.-Col. Alex. 
Cairncross, K.H., 96th Regt. Entered army, 
1854 ; Maj.-Gen. 1889 ; retired, 1892 ; 
served Russian War, 1855 (medal) ; Central 
America, 1856-57 ; commanded R.M. depot, 
Walmer, 1887-88 ; Colonel Commandant. 
Portsmouth Division, R.M.L.I., 1888-89. 
CluM: United Service. 

[Died 30 Oct. 1914. 

CAIRNES, Capt. W. E. ; Royal Irish Fusiliers ; 
Adjutant 1st V.B. Yorks Light Infantry. 
Publications : The Coming Waterloo ; Lord 
Roberts as a Soldier in Peace and War. 
Club : Army and Navy. 

[Died 19 Apr. 1902. 

CAIRNS, 3rd Earl, cr. 1878; Herbert John 
Cairns. Baron Cairns, 1867 ; Viscount 
Garmoyle, 1878. [1st Earl was twice Lord 
Chancellor of Great Britain.] Partner in 
Elswick Ordnance Co.; b. 17 July 1863; 
s. of 1st Earl and Mary, d. of John M'Neile, 
Parkmount, Co. Antrim ; S. b. 1890. Educ. : 
Wellington Coll. Heir: b. Hon. Wilfrid 
D. Cairns. Address : 18 Park Street, W. ; 
Lindisfarne, Bournemouth. Club : Carlton. 
[Died 14 Jan. 1905. 

CAIRNS, T., M.P. (L.) Newcastle from 1906 ; 
head of the firm of Cairns, Noble & Co., ship- 
owners and merchants of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
London, and Cardiff ; J.P. for City and 
County, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; member of 
Newcastle City Council ; chairman of the 
Cairn Line and other Shipping Companies ; 
vice-president of the International Associa- 
tion of hSipowners, known as the Baltic and 
White Sea Conference. Address : Cosyns 
House, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Dilston Hall, 
Corbridge-on-Tyne. [Died 3 Sept. 1908. 

CAITHNESS, 17th Earl of, cr. 1455 ; Sir John 
Sutherland Sinclair. Baron Berriedale, 
1455 ; Bt. 1631 ; s. of 16th Earl and Janet, 
d. of Roderick M'Leod, M.D. ; b. 17 Sept. 
1857 ; S. father 1891. Educ. : Loretto ; 
Aberdeen University. Heir : b. Hon. 
Norman Macleod Buchan. Club: Union. 
[Died 2 June 1914. 

CALDER, Robert, B.Sc., M.A., I.S.O. 1903; 
J.P. ; b. 19 June 1838 ; e. s. of John Calder 
Whitburn, Linlithgowshire ; m. 1887, May 
Drummond, d. of William Henry Alexander 
of Teddington ; three s. Educ. : Wilson's 
Endowed School, Whitburn, N.B. ; Edin- 
burgh Church of Scotland Training College ; 
Glasgow University. Headmaster of Sel- 
kirk Burgh School, 1861 ; Assistant to Dr. 
John Gordon and Dr. Middleton, H.M. 
Inspectors of Schools, Scotland, 1864 ; H.M. 
Inspector of Schools, Scotland, 1875-1905 ; 
visited schools in most of the counties of 
Scotland ; placed in charge of the South 
Forfarshire District, 1887 ; acted for five 
years as Examiner in Education in St. 
Andrews University, and for thirty-five years 
was an Examiner and Secretary to the Board 
of Examinations in East Scotland under the 
Coal Mines Acts ; was an elder in the Church 
of Scotland for thirty-nine years, and took 
an active interest in its Sabbath School work. 
Recreations : fishing, curling, gardening and 
golf. Address: 12 Oswald Road, Edinburgh. 
[Died 31 Jan. 1912. 

CALDERON, Philip H., R.A., Knight of the 
Legion of Honour ; A.R.A. 1864 ; R.A. 
1867 ; Keeper of the Royal Academy from 
1887 ; o. s. of Rev. J. Calderon. Educ. : 
Mr. Leigh's School of Art, London ; the 
atelier of Mr. Picot, Paris. First exhibited 
at the Royal Academy, 1853, By the Waters 
of Babylon ; afterwards exhibited : Broken 
Vows, The Gaoler's Daughter, Lost and 
Found, The Young Heir's Birthday, La 
Demande en Mariage, After the Battle, The 
British Embassy in Paris on St. Bar- 
tholomew's Day, The Burial of John 
111 



CALDERWOOD 



Hampden, Her Most High and Puissan 
Grace, Home after Victory, The Orphans 
On Her Way to the Throne, Home thej 
brought her Warrior dead, Refurbishing 
Les Coquettes, Aries, On the Banks of the 
Clam, near Poitiers, The Olive, The Vine 
The Flowers of the Earth, Night, Morning 
Summer, Aphrodite, Andromeda, St. Eliza- 
beth of Hungary, Elizabeth Woodville 
parting from her Son the Duke of York 
Ariadne, Spring-time ; many portraits 
water colours, etc. Address : Burlington 
House, Piccadilly. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 30 Apr. 1898 

CALDERWOOD, Henry, LL.D. ; Professor ol 
Moral Philosophy, Edinburgh University 
from 1868 ; b. Peebles, 10 May 1830 ; m 
Anne Button, d. of Thomas Leadbetter ol 
Alderbank, Bothwell, 1857. Educ. : Edin- 
burgh Institution, High School, and Uni 
versity; minister of Greyfriars', Glasgow 
1856 ; Chairman of 1st School Board o; 
Edinburgh, 1874. Publications : Philosophy 
of the Infinite, 1854 ; Handbook on Mora' 
Philosophy, 1872; On Teaching, 1874, 
Relations of Mind and Brain, 1881 ; edited 
Fleming's Vocabulary of Philosophy, 1887 : 
Evolution and Man's Place in Nature, 2nd 
ed., 1896. Recreations: walking, angling. 
Address: 7 Napier Road, Edinburgh; 
Ardnacoille, Carr Bridge, N.B. 

[Died 19 Nov. 1897. 

CALDWELL, Col. Robert Townley, (retired), 
late commanding 3rd Gordon Highlanders 
Master of Corpus Christi College from 1906 ; 
J.P. and D.L. Co.'s. of Aberdeen and Cam- 
bridge ; b. St. Anne's Barracks, Barbadoes, 
16 Mar. 1843 ; . of Lieut.-Col. W. B 
Caldwell, formerly 92nd Gordon Highlanders, 
and Elizabeth, d. of Robert Townley of 
Townley House, Thanet, J.P. ; m. Ellen 
Philippa Mary (d. 1886), e. d. of Admiral 
Sir Arthur Farquhar, K.C.B., of Drumna- 
gesk, Aberdeenshire, 1883 ; one *. Educ. : 
St. John's Coll. Winnipeg ; abroad ; King's 
Coll. Lond. ; Corpus Christi Coll. Cam- 
bridge. M.A., LL.D. Cambridge, and 
Aberdeen; 10th Wrangler 1865; Fellow 
of Corpus Christi Coll. 1865-1906; Mathe- 
matical Lecturer, 1865-92; inter- collegiate 
Lecturer for Mathematical Honours, 1870- 
1883 ; Assistant Tutor, 1879-92 ; Bursar 
1871-99 ; Provincial Grand Master and 
Grand Superintendent of Freemasons in 
Cambridgeshire; Hon. Fellow of St. John's 
College in the University of Manitoba 
Barrister-at-law, Middle Temple, 1874. 
Recreations : travelling, yachting, salmon 
fishing. Address : The Lodge, Corpus 
Christi College, Cambridge; Inneshewen, 
Dess Station, S.O., Aberdeenshire. Clubs: 
Carlton, United Service; Royal Northern, 
Aberdeen. [Died 8 Sept. 1914. 

CALEDON, 4th Earl of (or. 1800), James 
Alexander, K.P., D.L. Baron Caledon, 1789 ; 
Viscount Caledon, 1797. Representative 
Peer for Ireland ; Captain 1st Life Guards, 
retired, 1890 ; Hon. Lieut. R.N.R. ; b. 11 
July 1846 ; s. of 3rd Earl and y. d. of 1st 
Earl of Verulam ; S. father 1855 ; m. 
Elizabeth, d. of 3rd Earl of Norbury. Educ. : 
Harrow ; Christ Church, Oxon. Served in 
Egyptian Campaign, 1882. Owned about 
30,000 acres. Heir : Viscount Alexander, 
b. 1885. Address : 5 Carlton House Terrace, 
S.W. ; Castle Caledon, Tyrone. Clubs 
Carlton ; Sackville Street, Dublin. 

[Died 27 Apr. 1898. 

CALLOW, William, R.W.S. 1848 (Senior 
Member), F.R.G.S. ; b. Greenwich, 28 July 
1812 ; s. of Robert Callow ; m. 1st, 1846, 
Harriet Anne Smart ; 2nd, 1884, Mary 
Louisa Jefferay. Educ. : London and Paris ; 
articled pupil to the Fielding Bros. Gold 
medal, Paris Salon, 1835 ; silver and bronze 
112 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



medals, French Exhibitions ; also large 
bronze medals, America and Australia. 
Pupil at age of 11 ; left England to study 
in Paris six years later; made Professor of 
Water-Colour Painting to King Louis 
Philippe's family, which continued seven 
years; A.R.W.S. 1838; contributed his 
full quota of work to the R.W.S. exhibitions 
until the end of his life ; presented with an 
illuminated address of congratulation from 
the president and members of the Royal 
Water Colour Society, in which they thanked 
him for his long and loyal service to the 
Society, 1902. Publications : Illustrated 
Book of Versailles; Work illustrative of 
Deep-Sea Fishing ; and several engraved 
works. Recreations : travelling in foreign 
countries and sketching ; reading. Address : 
The Firs, Great Missenden. 

[Died 20 Feb. 1908. 

CALTHORPE, 6th Baron, cr. 1796 ; Augustas 
Cholniondeley Gough-Calthorpe, J.P. D.L. 
C.C. ; Bt. 1728 ; b. 8 Nov. 1829 ; 3rd s. of 
4th Baron and e. d. of 6th Duke of Beaufort ; 
S. b. 1893 ; m. Maud, d. of Hon. Octavius 
Duncombe, 1869 ; four d. Contested (C.) 
Birmingham, 1880. Owned about 7000 
acres. Heir : b. Lt.-Gen. Hon. Sir Somerset 
John Gough-Calthorpe. Address : 38 Gros- 
venor Square, W. ; Elvetham, Winchfield, 
Hants. Club: Carlton. 

[Died 22 July 1910. 

CALTHORPE, 7th Baron, cr. 1796; Lieut.- 
Gen. Sir Somerset John Gough-Calthorpe, 
K.C.B., cr. 1908; Bt., 1728; C.B. 1905; 
Colonel-in-Chief of 5th Dragoon Guards 
since 1892 ; J.P. Hants, Isle of Wight, 
Staffordshire, and Warwickshire ; b. 23 Jan. 
1831 ; 4th *. of 4th Baron Calthorpe and 
Lady Charlotte, d. of 6th Duke of Beaufort ; 
S. brother, 1910; m. 1862, Eliza Maria, 
o. c. of Capt. Chamier, R.N., and widow of 
Captain Frederick Crewe ; two s. two d. 
Educ. : privately. Served in Garde Husars 
of Hanover, 1848, and following year in 8th 
Hussars ; became Capt. and Brevet-Major, 
1855, after serving during Crimean War as 
A.D.C. to F.-M. Lord Raglan ; Lieut.-Col. 
commanding 5th Dragoon Guards in 1861, 
and Col. 1866 ; retired on half-pay, 1869 ; 
Maj.-Gen. 1870 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1881 ; 1st 
Chairman of Isle of Wight C. C., and 8 
subsequent years ; contested Hastings (C.) 
1868. Heir : s. Hon. Somerset F. Gough- 
Calthorpe [b. 23 Dec. 1862 ; m. 1891, Mary, 
e. d. of Ogden Hofmann Burrows, Newport, 
U.S.A. Capt. 5th Batt. R. Fus. (retired). 
Address : Bungalow, Hassocks]. Decorated 
Jubilee Crimean War. Publication : Letters 
from Headquarters in the Crimea by a Staff 
Officer. Address : Perry Hall, Birmingham ; 
Woodlands Vale, Ryde, Isle of Wight. Clubs 
United Service Cavalry, Royal Victoria 
Yacht. [Died 16 Nov. 1912. 

CALVERT, Archibald Motteux, J.P. ; e. surv. 
s. of late Charles Calvert, M.P., and Jane, 
y. d. of Sir William Rowley, 2nd Bart b 
1827 ; *. b. 1870 ; m. 1862, Constance, y. 
d. of William Peters of Ashfold, Crawley, 
Sussex. Heir: William Archibald, late 
Colonel R.A. Address: Ockley Court, 
Dorking. Club : Army and Navy. 

[Died 7 Dec. 1906. 

CAMBRIDGE, 2nd Duke of, George William 
Frederick Charles, K.G., P.O., K.T , G C B 
G.C.M.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., G.C.Yo!! 
D.C.L., LL.D. ; Ranger of St. James's, 
Green, Hyde, and Richmond Parks ; b. 26 
Mar. 1819 ; S. father, 1850 ; cousin of Her 
late Majesty Queen Victoria. Colonel, 1837 ; 
Field-Marshal, 1862 ; Commander-in-Chief 
of the British Army, 1856-95 ; served 
Crimea, including Alma, Balaclava, Inker- 
man and Sebastopol (medal with four clasps, 
Turkish medal). Address: Gloucester 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



House, Park Lane, W. ; Cambridge Cottage, 
Kew. Clubs : Army and Navy, United 
Service, Travellers', Naval and Military, St. 
James's, Marlborough. 

[Died 17 March 1904 

CAMERON, Col. Aylmer, V.C. 1858; C.B. 
1886 ; b. 12 August 1833 ; s. of late Lt.-Col. 
W. G. Cameron, K.H., Grenadier Guards ; 
m. Ara Piercy, d. of late John P. Henderson, 
Foswell, Perthshire ; three s. three d. 
Served in Seaforth Highlanders (72nd) in 
' the Crimea (medal with clasp and Turkish 
medal), and in the Indian Mutiny ; severely 
wounded (three wounds) in the storming of 
Kotah (medal, clasp, and V.C., promoted 
Captain) ; commanded King's Own Bor- 
derers, 1881-83 ; chief of the Intelligence 
Department, 1883-86 ; Commandant Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst, 1886-88. Ad- 
dress : Alvara, Alverstoke, Hants. Club : 
Army and Navy. [Died 13 June 1909. 

CAMERON of Lochiel, Donald, Lord-Lieut, 
and Convener of the County of Inverness 
from 1887 ; b. 1835 ; m. Lady Margaret 
Elizabeth Scott, d. of 5th Duke of Buccleuch, 
1875. Educ. : Harrow. Entered Diplo- 
matic Service, 1852 ; unpaid Attache" at 
Berne and Copenhagen ; 1st Attache" Lord 
Elgin's Special Mission to China, 1857 ; 
Berlin, 1859 ; S. to title and estate, 1858. 
M.P. (C.) Inverness-shire, 1868-85. Ad- 
dress : Achnacarry, Spean Bridge, Inverness- 
shire. Clubs : Carlton, Bath ; New, 
Edinburgh. [Died 30 Nov. 1905. 

CAMERON, Sir Ewen, K.C.M.G., cr. 1900 ; 
F.R.fl.S. ; b. 1841 ; *. of late William 
Cameron, Muckovie, Inverness-shire ; m. 
1878, Josephine, d. of the late John Houchen, 
Thetford, Norfolk. Address : 41 Mares- 
field Gardens, S. Hampstead, N.W. 

[Died 10 Dec. 1908. 

CAMERON, John Robson ; Chief Editor of 
the Spectator, Hamilton, Canada ; b. Perth, 
Ontario, Canada, 19 April 1845 ; 2nd s. of 
late Alexander Cameron. Educ. : Brock- 
ville, Ontario, and Quebec. In his profession 
as a journalist was employed upon several 
Canadian and American newspapers. Was 
with the Hamilton Spectator from 1880. 
Was at the Canadian front as a militiaman 
at the time of the Fenian raid into Canada 
1866, was a member of the Red River 
Expeditionary Force, 1st Ontario Rifles, 
under (then) Col. Wolseley, 1870. Address : 
Hamilton, Canada. [Died 29 Dec. 1907. 

CAMERON, Robert, J.P. ; M.P. (L.) Houghton- 
le-Spring Division, Durham, from 1895 ; b. 
Fortingall, Perthshire, N.B., 1825 ; s. of 
Rev. D. Cameron, Baptist Minister ; m. 
Alice, d. of late John Patton, 1881. Educ. : 
Fortingall Parish School ; Borough Road 
College, London. Headmaster of Friends' 
School, Sunderland, forty-seven years ; 
Chairman of School Board nine years ; Hon. 
Curator of Museum and Chairman of Free 
Library ten years ; a lecturer on Literature 
and Science. Publications : articles on 
Literature ; Travel Sketches. Recreations : 
collecting fossils and plants. Address : 56 
Victoria Street, S.W. [Died 13 Feb. 1913. 

CAMERON, Sir Roderick William, Kt. ; cr. 
1883 ; shipowner ; b. 1825 ; s. of late Maj. 
D. Cameron, M.P. ; widower. Hon. Com- 
missioner from Canada to Sydney Exhibition, 
1879; and Victorian Exhibition, 1880. 
Address : Glennevis, Canada ; Clifton 
Berley, Staten Island, New York. Clubs : 
Junior Carlton, Wellington, Turf. 

[Died 19 Oct. 1900. 

CAMERON, Gen. Sir William Gordon, G.C.B., 
cr. 1904 ; K.C.B., cr. 1893 ; b. 16 Oct. 
1827 ; m. 1857, Helen Mary (d. 1893), d. of 
Gen. Sir J. H. Littler G.C.B. Educ. : 
Military Coll. Dresden. Entered army, 
1844 ; Gen. 1893, retired 1895 ; served in 



CAMPBELL 

Crimea, 1854-55; Turkey, 1855-56; Abys- 
sinian War, 1868 ; commanded brigade, 
Gibraltar, 1875-76 ; Shorncliffe, 1877-78 ; 
Aldershot, 1878-81 ; commanded Northern 
District, 1881-84; Hong-Kons and Straits 
Settlements, 1885-89 ; South Africa, 1890- 
1894; Officer of the Legion of Honour; 
V.D. Address : Nea House, Christchurch, 
Hants. Clubs : Army and Navy, United 
Service. [Died 25 March 1913. 

CAMIDGE, Rt. Rev. Charles Edward ; Bishop 
of Bathurst, 'from 1887) ; b. 2 Oct. 1838 ; 
*. of Rev. Charles Joseph Camidge, Vicar of 
Wakefield ; m. Laura, d. of E. F. Sanderson, 
Endcliffe Grange, Sheffield. Educ. ; Wad- 
ham Coll. Oxford (M.A. 1861). Ordained, 
1860 ; Vicar of Hedon, 1868 ; Rector of 
Wheldrake, 1873 ; Vicar of Thirsk, 1876 ; 
Prebendary of York Minster, 1882 ; Rural 
Dean of Thirsk, 1883 ; Proctor for Arch- 
deaconry of Cleveland, 1886 ; Acting 
Primate and Metropolitan, Australia, 1908- 
1909. Publications : History of Wakefield 
and its Exhibition, etc. Address : Bishops 
Court, Bathurst, N.S.W. 

[Died 5 May 1911. 

CAMOYS, 4th Baron (cr. 1264), Francis Robert 
Stonor, [1st Baron de Camoys commanded 
left wing at Agincourt, 1415, and was made 
K.G. ; the barony fell in abeyance till 1839.] 
b. 9 Dec. 1856 ; s. of Hon. Francis Stonor 
e. s. of 3rd Baron and Eliza, d. of late Rt. 
Hon. Sir Robert Peel, M.P., Bt. ; S. grand- 
father 188,1 ; m. Jessie, d. of Robert Russell 
Carew, Carpenders Park, Watford, 1881. 
Lord-in-Waiting, 1886, 1892-95. Owned 
about 6800 acres. Heir : s. Ralph, b. 1884. 
Address : Stonor, Henley-on- Thames, Ox- 
fordshire. .Clubs: Bachelors', Brooks's, 
St. James's. [Died 14 July 1897. 

CAMPBELL, Sir Alexander, 6th Bt. ; cr. 1667 ; 
6. 10 Augi 1841 ; s. of 5th Bt. and Caroline, 
d. of Admiral Sir Robert Howe Bromley, 
Bt. ; S. father 1903 ; m. 1st, 1871, Edith 
Arabella Jauncey (d. 1884) ; one s. four d. ; 
2nd, Mrs. James of Ryton, Northumberland, 
1893. Col. retired R.A.' Heir : s. John 
Alexander Coldstream, b. 27 June, 1877. 
Address : Kilbryde Castle, Dunblane, Perth- 
shire. Club : Army and Navy. 

[Died 23 May 1914. 

CAMPBELL, Captain Alexander, Royal Indian 
Marine; D.S.O. 1887; C.I.E. 1893; re- 
tired list ; 6. Ballyalton, Co. Down, 1839 ; 
3rd s. of late Wm. Campbell ; m. Jane, d. 
of Weston Grimshaw, 1872 (d. 1894) ; three 
s. two d. Educ. : Belfast. Officer Mer- 
cantile Mariae, 1855-65 ; entered Bombay 
Marine, 1865, and held various appoint- 
ments and commands, 1865-85 ; assisted 
Abyssinian and Egyptian expeditions ; 1885- 

1886, served with expedition to Burma as 
Chief Marine Transport Officer (medal, 
D.S.O., despatches) ; specially selected as 
Depty. Director of Royal Indian Marine, 

1887, and held that appt. until retirement 
in 1894. Address : Rathgael, Bedford. 
Clubs : Junior Conservative ; Town and 
County, Bedford. [Died 2 Sept. 1914. 

CAMPBELL, Lord Archibald, J.P., D.L 
Argyllshire ; a partner in Coutts and Co., 
bankers, 440 Strand ; b. 1846 ; s. of 8th 
Duke of Argyll ; bro. and heir-pres. to 9th 
Duke ; m. 1869, Janey Sevilla, d. of late 
James Henry Callander ; [s. Niall Diarmid, 
b. 16 Feb. 1872; d. Elspeth Angela, b. 2 
Nov. 1873J. Educ. : Edinburgh Academy ; 
Eton; Gottingen. Ex-captain 5th Batt. 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders ; en- 
tered business life, 1864. Publications : 
Records of Argyll, 1885 ; Waifs and Strays 
of Celtic Tradition, vol. i. 1889; Children 
of the Mist (pamphlet) ; Notes on Swords 
from Battlefield of Culloden, 1894 ; High- 
land Dress, Arms, and Ornament, 1899 ; 
113 



CAMPBELL 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Armada Canon, 1899 ; Reveries, poems, 
1902; 2nd ed. 1906; and Argyllshire 
Galleys. Address : Coombe Hill Farm, 
Norbiton. Club : St. James's. 

[Died 29 March 1913. 

CAMPBELL, Hon. Archibald ; b. Rideetown, 
Ontario, 1846 ; s. of Neil Campbell and 
Flora Johnson, who came from Argyllshire, 

1830 ; ra. Mirrette, 2nd d. of late Erastus 
Burk of Coloma, California ; three s. three 
d. Educ. : High School and Collegiate 
Institution of the County. Owned large 
Flouring Mills at Chatham, Ontario ; repre- 
sented Kent County in the House of 
Commons, 1887-1900; Chairman of the 
Banking and Commerce Committee ; sold 
out in Chatham, 1892, and moved to West 
Toronto where he built the large Queen 
City Flouring Mills ; elected as Member for 
West York, 1901 and 1907 ; Chairman of 
the Bailway and Transportation Committee ; 
called to the Senate, 1907 ; President Central 
Railway Co. of Canada, Campbell Milling 
Co. of Canada and Grand and Construction 
Co. of Ontario. Presbyterian. Address : 
Toronto, Canada. Club : Ontario. 

[Died 5 Jan. 1913. 
CAMPBELL, Sir Archibald Ava, 3rd Bt., cr. 

1831 ; b. 27 Jan. 1844 ; S. father 1855 ; m. 
Henrietta Ellen (d. 1911), d. of Rev. E. A. 
Uthwatt, Rector of Foxcote, Buckingham, 
1876 ; two s. one d. Ensign 74th Foot, 1861- 
1865; 95th Foot, 1866 ; Lieut.; retired 1871. 
Heir : s. Archibald, [b. 5 Dec. 1879.] Address : 
Gibliston, Collinsburgh, Fife, N^B. 

[Died 30 May 1913. 

CAMPBELL, Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. Aylmer 
Maclver, C.B., 1908 ; J.P., D.L. ; Indian 
Staff Corps, retired 1884 ; b. 19 Jan. 1837 ; 
y. s. of late Rev. Charles Pasley Vivian 
of Hatton Hall, Wellingborough ; m. 1865, 
Margaret Agnes, d. of late Col. J. D. Maclver 
Campbell of Asknish ; two s. three d. Served 
Indian Mutiny, 1858-59 (medal and clasp) ; 
Mahsud-Waziri Expedition, 1860 (medal and 
clasp) ; Afghan War, 1880 (despatches, medal 
and clasp, star). Address : Asknish, Loch- 
gair, Argyllshire. [Died 13 Feb. 1915. 

CAMPBELL, Vice-Admiral Sir Charles, 
K.C.M.G., cr. 1905 ; C.B., D.S.O. ; retired ; 
b. St. Andrews, 26 March 1847 ; e. s. of 
John Campbell, Saddell ; m. 1st, Esther 
Constance, d. of Col. J. O. Fairlie of Coodham, 
Ayrshire ; 2nd, Florence Geraldine, d. of 
Col. A. E. Ross. Educ. : Brenchly Vicarage, 
Staplehurst ; Royal Naval Academy, Gos- 
port. Entered the "Britannia," 1860; 
gained diving prize for longest time under 
water, 1 m. 53 sec., then a record ; joined 
H.M.S. " Magicienne " under Prince Leinin- 
gen ; served on the " Marlborough " Mediter- 
ranean flag-ship, and after seeing service in 
the " Amphion," " Royal Oak," " Racer," 
he joined, 1868, " Galatea " under II.R.H. 
Duke of Edinburgh, and made trip round 
the world ; was flag-Lieutenant to Admirals 
Campbell and Lord John Hay ; was present 
at insurrection in Crete ; at the taking of 
Cyprus ; was transport-officer during Lord 
Wolseley's campaign against Arabi Pasha 
(Egyptian medal and Khedive's star) ; ap- 
pointed to command H.M.S. " Lily " ; then 
in the " Philomel " in command of East 
Coast of Africa ; suppressed the uprisings 
at Lamu and Witu ; seized the Palace at 
Zanzibar ; commanded the road-cutting 
party to Nana's stronghold 4 days under fire, 
and led the centre attack (C.B., African medal 
in " Theseus," went to Benin, and was second 
in command of expedition against the king ; 
saved twenty-seven wounded from the 
fire that swept the city (D.S.O.) ; as Captain 
of " Empress of India " was 2nd in com- 
mand to Admirals Harris and Noel during 
operations in Crete, 1897-99 ; commanded 
114 



Medway Gunnery School, 1899-1902; 
A.D.C. to Queen Victoria and to H.M. King, 
Edward VII., 1899-1902; represented 
British Govt. on Newfoundland Arbitration 
Tribunal, 1905 ; contested (C.) North Mon- 
mouthshire, 1906 ; retired 1906. Recreation : 
cricket. Address : 8 Foulis Terrace, S. 
Kensington, S.W. Club : Senior United 
Service. [Died 8 Feb. 1911. 

CAMPBELL, Lady Colin ; y. d. of Edmond 
Maghlin Blood, Brickhill, Co. Clare, Ireland ; 
m. Lord Colin Campbell, y. s. of 8th Duke of 
Argyll ; obtained a separation from him 
for cruelty, and became a widow in 1895. 
Educ. : Italy and France. Publications : 
Darell Blake ; A Book of the Running 
Brook ; A Miracle in Rabbits ; author of A 
Woman's Walks in the World, of which 
paper she was art critic, etc. Recreations : 
fencing, swimming, riding, singing, painting, 
reading. Address : 67 Carlisle Mansions, 
Victoria, S.W. [Died 1 Nov. 1911. 

CAMPBELL, Colin George, C.B. 1910 ; Assist- 
ant Under-Secretary of State for India from 
1907 ; b. 1852 ; 2nd s. of Colin George Camp- 
bell of Stonefleld, Argyllshire. Educ. : 
Rugby; Balliol College, Oxford. India 
Office, 1876 ; Private Secretary to Secretary 
of State for India, 1894-95 ; Secretary to 
Royal Commission on Indian Expedition, 
1895-1900. Address: 43 Lower Belgrave 
Street, S.W. ; Oakdene, Bracknell. Clubs : 
New University ; Royal Highland Yacht. 

[Died 27 Man 1911. 

CAMPBELL, Col. David Wilkinson, C.I.E. 
1883 ; M.I.C.E. ; b. 1832 ; agent for the 
East Indian Railway Company. Address : 
Clive Street, Calcutta, [Died 9 Feb. 1903. 

CAMPBELL, Sir Francis Alexander, K.C.M.G. 
cr. 1906 ; C.B., 1901 ; Assistant Under 
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs from 
1902 ; b. 2 May 1852 ; s. of late Col. George 
Campbell, Grenadier Guards : m. 1880, Dora 
Edith, d. of late Hugh Hammersley, Army 
Agent. Educ. : Wellington College. En- 
tered Foreign Office, 1871 ; private secretary 
to Duke of Richmond, 1877-80 ; to Lord 
Pauncefote during 1886 ; to Lord Currie, 
1890-93 ; Assistant Clerk, 1894 ; Senior 
Clerk, Foreign Office, 1896-1902. Address : 
Foreign Office, Whitehall, S.W. Club : St. 
James's. [Died 28 Dec. 1911. 

CAMPBELL, Sir Francis J., Kt., cr. 1909; 
LL.D., F.R.G.S., F.S.A. ; Officer d'Acade'- 
mie ; Principal Royal Normal College and 
Academy of Music for the Blind, 1872-1912 ; 
b. near Winchester, Franklin Co., Tenessee, 
U.S.A., 9 Oct. 1832 ; m. 1st, 1856, Frances 
Bond, Brattleboro, Vermont ; 2nd, 1875, 
Sophia E. Faulkner, So. Acton, Mass. ; four 
s. Educ. School for Blind, Nashville, 
Tennessee ; University of Tennessee ; in 
music, private tuition, Boston, Nashville, 
Conservatory of Leipsic, Conservatories of 
Tansig and Kullak, Berlin. 1858 to 1869 
associated with Dr. S. G. Howe as Resident 
Supt. and Musical Director, Perkin's Institu- 
tion for the Blind, Boston, U.S.A. In 1871, 
together with late T. R. Armitage, M.D., the 
late Duke of Westminster, and other eminent 
philanthropists, established Royal Normal 
College and Academy of Music for the Blind. 
Recreations : riding, rowing, travelling, 
mountaineering, cycling. Address : Win- 
dermere Church Rd. ; Royal Normal College 
for the Blind, Up. Norwood, S.E. 

[Died 20 June 1914. 

CAMPBELL, Lord George Granville, 4th 8. of 
8th Duke of Argyll ; b. 25 Dec. 1850 ; m. 
1879, Sybil Lascelles, o. c. of late James Bruce 
Alexander ; one s. two d. Late Lieut. R.N. 
Address : 2 Bryanston Square, W. 

[Died 22 Apr. 1915. 

CAMPBELL, Sir George William Robert, 
K.C.M.G., cr. 1890 ; b. Campbeltown, 1835 ; 



WHO WAS WHO, 1807-1916 



CAMPBELL 



s. of John Campbell, H.E.I.C.S., and of Eliza 
Bazilia, d. of Maj. Robert Elder, Balloch, 
Argyllshire ; m. 1st, Lousia Georgina Mary, 
d. of John Moyle, M.D., M.D., Head of the 
Bombay Medical Service ; 2nd, Mary, d. of 
Andrew Murray, W.S , Edinburgh. Lieut 
Argyll and Bute Rifles, 1855 ; Assist. Super- 
int. Bombay Revenue Survey, 1856 ; Adj. 
Ahmedabad Police, 1857 ; Commandant of 
the Rutnagherry Rangers, 1858 ; Inspector- 
Gen. Ceylon Police and Prisons, 1866-91 ; 
Lieut. -Gov. of Penang, 1872-73 ; declined 
Lieut.-Governorship of Mauritius, 1885 ; 
had charge of Arabi and other Egyptian 
exiles in Ceylon, 1891. Address : 42 
Kenilworth Avenue, Wimbledon, S.W. 

[Died 10 Jan. 1905. 

CAMPBELL, Henry Alexander, J.P. ; 3rd s. of 
late Colin Campbell of Colgrain, Dumbarton- 
shire, and Jessie, d. of William Middleton ; 
b. 1851 ; m. 1876, ]vy Valerie (d. 1898), 
2nd d. of Sir Henry A. Clavering, 10th and 
last Bt. Educ. : Cheam ; Eton ; R.M.A., 
Woolwich. Lieutenant R.H.A., and captain 
East Kent Yeomanry Cavalry, retired ; Lord 
of the Manors of Lynford, West Tofts, East 
Hall, West Hall, and Cranwich ; patron of 
one living. Address : Lynford Hall, Mund- 
ford, Norfolk. Clubs : Naval and Military, 
White's ; Royal Yacht Squadron, Cowes. 

[Died 8 Jan. 1907. 

CAMPBELL, Rear-Admiral Henry John Flet- 
cher, C.B. ; J.P., Stirlingshire ; b. 16 Nov. 
1837 ; s. of Henry Fletcher Campbell and 
Ann Hathorn ; unmarried. Educ. : private. 
Served in Baltic and Black Sea in Russian 
War ; Baltic and Crimean medals, Sebastopol 
clasp, Turkish medal ; Commanded Naval 
Brigade in Zulu War ; Zulu medal and 
clasp ; Jubilee medal. Address : Beech 
Lodge, Wimbledon Common. Clubs : 
United Service, Constitutional. 

[Died 1 Jan. 1914. 

CAMPBELL, Lieut.-Col. Hon. Henry Walter, 
Director of London and South- Western 
Railway ; b. 1835 ; s. of 1st Earl Cawdor ; 
TO. 1859, Fanny Georgiana, d. of Col. G. 
Campbell. Served Crimea, 1854-55, includ- 
ing Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (despatches twice, medal with 3 
clasps, Officer of Legion of Honour, 5th class 
Medjidie, Turkish medal). Address: 44 
Charles Street, Berkeley Square, W. 

[Died 17 Dec. 1910. 

CAMPBELL, Sir James, 5th Bt. : cr. 1667 ; b. 
Scotland, 5 May 1818 ; S. father 1824 ; m. 
Caroline, d. of Admiral Sir Robert Howe 
Bromley, Bt., 1840. Educ. : Edinburgh 
High School and University. Deputy- 
Surveyor Bere Forest, 1842 ; Parkhurst 
Forest, 1848 ; Dean Forest, 1854 ; retired, 
1893. Heir: s. Alexander, b. 1841. Col. 
retired R.A. ; m. 1st, 1871, Edith Arabella 
Jauncey (d. 1884) ; 2nd, Mrs. James of 
Ryton, Northumberland, 1893. Address : 
Redhill, Lydney, Gloucestershire ; Kilbryde 
Castle, Dunblane, Perthshire. Clubs : 
Arthur's ; New, Edinburgh. 

[Died 27 March 1903. 

CAMPBELL, Rt. Hon. James Alexander, P.C. ; 
b Glasgow, 1825 ; e. s. of Sir James Campbell, 
Stracathro ; b. of Sir H. Campbell-Banner- 
man, G.C.B., M.P. ; m. Ann, d. of Sir S. 
Morton Peto, Bt., 1854 (d. 1887) ; one s. 
three d. Educ. : Glasgow University. In 
business in Glasgow until 1876 ; M.P. (C.) 
Universities of Glasgow arid Aberdeen, 1880- 
1906. Owned about 4000 acres. Address : 
Stracathro House, Brechin, N.B. ; 2 Princes 
Gardens, S.W. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 9 May 1908. 

CAMPBELL, James Duncan, C.M.G. 1885; 
Commissioner of Chinese Imperial Maritime 
Customs ; 6. 1833 ; m. 1870, Ellen Mary, 
d. of late T. R. Lewis, Officer of the Legion 



of Honour. Address : 18 Clanricarde 
Gardens, W. [Died 3 Dec. 1907. 

CAMPBELL, Sir James Macnabb, K.C I E 
cr. 1897 ; LL.D. ; Indian Civil Service 
Compiler of Bombay Gazetteer; b. 1846 
s. of late Rev. J.M. Campbell, D.D. Educ. 
Glasgow University (M.A.). Entered Bom 
bay Civil Service, 1869 ; C.I.E. 1885 
Address : Achnashie, Roseneath, Scotland 
Club : East India United Service. 

[Died 26 May 1903 

CAMPBELL, Sur.-Maj. John, M.D., C.B. 1858 
b. Looe, Cornwall, 27 April 1817 ; unmarried 
y. s. of late Captain Thomas Campbell, R.N. 
Educ. : private school ; St. George's, London 
Prizeman, 1839 ; Aberdeen University ; 
King's Coll. East India Company's service, 
Bengal, 1840-41 ; Medical charge of troops 
from Ferozpore towards Cabul ; with Wyldes 
Brigade at Peshawur and ineffectual attempt 
to force the Khyber Pass and join Gen. Sale 
at Jelallabad ; subsequently with Sir G. 
Pollock's army into Afghanistan, 1843 ; in 
Upper Scinde and in medical charge of force 
under Sir Charles Napier against the Bhoogtee 
tribe, 1857 ; Indian Mutiny, Chinkut, and 
siege of Lucknow. Decorated for services 
during siege of Lucknow Residency. Re- 
creations : photography, boating, fishing. 
Address : Shutta-Looe, Cornwall. Club : 
Royal Western Yacht, Plymouth. 

[Died 26 Aug. 1904. 

CAMPBELL, Sir John Logan, Kt., cr. 1902; 
b. Edin., 3 Nov. 1817 ; g. s. of late Sir James 
Campbell, Bt. ; m. 1858, Emma, d. of Sir 
John Cracroft Wilson, K.C.S.I. ; one d. 
Educ. : Edin. Univ., M.D., F.R.C.S. Estab- 
lished Mercantile Firm of Brown and 
Campbell of Auckland, 1840 ; Supt. Pro- 
vince of Auckland, 1855 ; Member for 
Auckland in House of Representatives ; held 
seat in Stafford Ministry ; organised N. Z. 
Vol. Rifle Corps, 1856 ; established and 
maintained Auckland Free School of Art, 
1877-89 ; in 1901 Mayor of Auckland and 
received Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and 
York ; presented to the people of N. Z. 
Cornwall Park of 488 acres. Address : 
Auckland, New Zealand. 

[Died 21 Zune 1912. 

CAMPBELL, Maj .-Gen. Sir John William, 
8th Bt., cr. 1628, of Ardnamurchan ; cr. 
1st Bt. U.K. 1914, with precedence from 
1804 ; C.B. 1886 ; Maj. -Gen., retired, R.A. ; 
b. 3 Mar. 1836 ; e. s. of 7th Bt., and d. of 
James Macleod, Raasay ; S. father 1853 ; 
m. 1st, Catherine (d. 1910), o. d. of W. W. 
Cavie, Harwood House, Plymouth, 1867 ; 
one s. three d. ; 2nd, Mary, d. of late Thomas 
Mellor, widow of H. J. Lias, St. Leonards- 
on-Sea. Entered Army 1854 ; Lt.-Col. 1881; 
retired 1886. Served in Crimea (despatches, 
medal, clasp, Sardinian and Turkish medals) 
1854 ; China War, 1860 ; Afghan War, 1878- 
1880 (despatches, medal, clasp) ; Zhob Valley, 
1884, in command of Artillery. Heir : s. 
John Bruce Stewart [b. 3 Jan. 1877 ; m. 1902, 
Jessie Nicholson, 3rd d. of John Killer of 
Parkside, S. Australia ; one s. ; served 
S. Africa (medal, five clasps)]. Club: Naval 
and Military. [Died 24 Jan. 1915. 

CAMPBELL, Rev. Lewis, M.A. Oxon. ; Hon. 
LL.D. Glasgow ; Hon. D.Litt. Oxon. ; 
Emeritus Prof, of Greek, Univ. of St. Andrews 
Hon. Fellow of Balliol Coll. Oxford ; Vice- 
Pres. of St. Andrews School for Girls' Co. 
Ltd. ; Vice-President of Girls' Education Co. 
Ltd., and of Society for promoting Hellenic 
Studies ; b. Edinburgh, 3 Sept, 1830 ; s. of 
Robert Campbell, Commander, R.N. [first 
cousin to Thomas Campbell, poet], and Eliza 
Coustantia, e. d. of Richard Pryce of Gunley, 
Montgomeryshire ; m. Frances Pitt ; d. of 
Thomas Andrews, Serjeant-at-Law, 1S58. 
Educ. : Academy, Edinburgh ; University 
115 



CAMPBELL 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



of Glasgow ; Trin. and Balliol Colls. Oxford. 
1st class Classics, Oxford, 1853 ; Fellow of 
Queen's, Oxford, 1855 ; Tutor of Queen's 
Coll. Oxford, 1856-58; Vicar of Milford, 
Hants, 1858-63 ; Professor of Greek, St. 
Andrews, 1863-92 ; Gifford Lecturer, St. 
Andrews, 1894-95. Publications : edition 
of Plato's Theaetetus, 1861 (2nd ed. 1883) ; 
edition of Plato's Sophistes and Politicus, 
1867 ; edition of Sophocles, vol. i. 1871 (2nd 
ed. 1879) ; vol. ii. 1881 ; school edition (with 
E. Abbott), completed 1886 : The Christian 
Ideal (sermons), 1877 ; Life of James Clerk 
Maxwell (with W. Garnett), 1882 (2nd ed. 
1884) ; Sophocles in English Verse, com- 
pleted 1883 (2nd ed. 1896) ; Aeschylus in 
English Verse, 1890 ; Guide to Greek Traged, 
1891 ; edition of Plato's Republic (with late 
Professor Jowett), 1894 ; Life of Benjamin 
Jowett (with E. Abbott) 1897 ; edition of 
Aeschylus in Parnassus Series, 1897 ; Religion 
in Greek Literature, 1898 ; letters of B. 
Jowett (with E. Abbott) 1899 ; The National- 
isation of the Old English Universities, 1900 ; 
Plato's Republic, in Murray's Home and 
School Library, 1902 ; the articles Plato and 
Sophocles in Ency. Brit. ed. ix. and on Jowett 
in supplement to same ; edited extracts from 
Jowett's Plato and Theological Writings, 
Murray, 1902 ; edited Campbell's Poems, 
1904 ; Tragic Drama in JEschylus, Sophocles, 
and Shakespeare, 1904 ; edited Theological 
Essays of B. Jowett, 1906; Paralipomena 
Sophociea, 1907. Recreations : reading 
aloud (especially Shakespeare and Greek 
Plays in English), fly-fishing. Address : 
S. Andrea, Alassio, Italy. Club : Athenseum 
[Died 25 Oct. 1908. 

CAMPBELL, Maj.-Gen. Lorn Robert Henry 
Dick, I.S.C., C.B. 1901 ; Colonel 38th Dogras, 
Indian Army ; commanding Bundlekund 
District, India, 1901-8; b. 14 Feb. 1846; 
*. of late Major-General A. L. Campbell ; m. 
1873, Amelia Frances Stanhope, d. of Edwyn 
S. Whitehouse. Entered army, 1863 ; Col. 
1895; served N. W. Frontier of India, 
Hazara, 1868 (medal with clasp) ; Dour 
Valley, 1872 ; Afghanistan, 1878-79 ; Action 
of Baghas (despatches thrice, medal) ; N.W. 
Frontier. Mahsud-Waziri, 1881 (despatches) ; 
China, 1900-1901 ; G.O.C. Lines of Com- 
munications (despatches, medal with clasp, 
C.B.). Address : Nowshera, India. 

[Died 27 May 1913. 

CAMPBELL, Sir Norman Montgomery Aber- 
cromby, 9th Bt. ; cr. 1628 ; &.1846 ; S. b. 
1875 ; m. Isabella, d. of Marquis di Sarzano, 
1886. Educ. : Edinburgh Academy. Heir : 
b. Charles, b. 1850. Address: Waiau, 
Canterbury, New Zealand. 

[Died 25 Dee. 1901. 

CAMPBELL, Very Rev. Richard Stewart Dobbs, 

Dean of Clonmacnoise from 1904; Rector 
of Athlone from 1888. Educ. : Trinity 
College, Dublin, M.A., D.D. Ordained, 1875 ; 
Curate of St. Ann, Dublin, 1875-77 ; Meath, 
1877-79 ; Rector of Leney, 1879-88. Address 
Deanery, Athlone. [Died 8 March 1913. 

CAMPBELL, Richard Vary, D.L., Advocate, 
Sheriff of the Border counties of Roxburgh, 
Berwick and Selkirk (last was Scott's Sheriff- 
dom) from 1896 ; b. 1840 ; s. of D. Campbell, 
merchant, Glasgow, and Jane, d. of Richard 
Vary, Clerk of Peace of Lanarkshire ; m. 
1900, Janet Jamieson, widow of Alexander 
Wylie, W.S., of Loch House. Educ. : High 
School of Glasgow ; Universities of Glasgow, 
Edinburgh, Heidelberg ; prizeman Roman 
and Scots Law, Philosophy and the Humani- 
ties ; M.A. Glas. ; (honours) LL.B. Edin. ; 
F.R.S.E., F.S.A.S. ; Senior of LL.B.'s in 
Scotland. Member of Faculty of Advocates, 
1864 ; Advocate-Depute (1880) under Liberal 
Government ; resigned office as one of the 
116 



Crown Counsel for Scotland upon Home Rule; 
member of L.U. Executive, Edinburgh and 
Glasgow, also L.U. Club, London ; contested 
College Division of Glasgow against Sir Chas. 
Cameron, 1886; Sheriff of Dumfries and 
Galloway, 1890; chairman from 1887 of 
Association for Reform of Private Bill Legis- 
lation in Scotland ; Broad Church ; Member 
of General Assembly ; Standing Counsel to 
the Convention of Royal Burghs ; Com- 
missioner of Northern Lighthouses ; Trustee 
for Highlands and Islands ; Chairman Edin- 
burgh Street Tramways Company ; votes in 
Lanarkshire, Dumbartonshire, Perthshire, 
Edinburgh (City), Edinburgh and Glasgow 
Universities. Publications : Registration 
Law ; Lectures on Mercantile Law (2nd ed. 
1890) ; and many articles in general and 
professional papers. Recreations : angling ; 
travelled considerably in Europe, and visited 
in America U.S. and Canada ; French, Ger- 
man, Italian languages ; French literature ; 
one of original members of Franco-Scottish 
Society ; Sir W. Scott Club. Address : 
37 Moray Place, Edinburgh; The Pirn 
Stow, Midlothian. Clubs : Devonshire ; 
Imperial Union, Glasgow ; Union, Edin- 
burgh. [Died 10 Nov. 1901. 

CAMPBELL, Ven. Thomas Robert Curwen, 
Assistant Minister of King Charles the 
Martyr's Church, Tunbridge Wells, 1907-9 ; 
6. 11 Oct. 1843 ; s. of Thomas Winder and 
Maria Louisa Campbell ; m. Louisa Janet 
Elizabeth, e. d. of John Shedden Adam ; one 
s. Educ. : Trinity Coll. Cambridge, B.A., 
1867 ; M.A. ; 1868 ; Curate of Abinger, 
Diocese of Winchester, 1868 ; Incumbent of 
St. Peter's, Mornington, Diocese of Mel- 
bourne, 1873 ; Incumbent of Blayney, 
Diocese Bathurst, 1880 ; Vicar-General of 
Dio. Bathurst. Rural Dead of Corcoar, and 
Canon of All Saints Cathedral, Bathurst, 
1880 ; Administrator and Commissary 1884; 
Incumbent of Holy Trinity, Kelso, Dio. 
Bathurst, 1884 ; Archdeacon of Bathurst, 
1884 ; Archdeacon of Mudgee, New South 
Wales, 1894 ; Canon of the Pro-Cathedral of 
the Diocese of Bathurst, Australia, from 
1902; Rector of St. John the Baptist's 
Church, Mudgee, 1894, and Examining 
Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Bathurst ; 
Vicar of All Saints, Newmarket, 1903 ; 
Chaplain of Holy Trinity Church, Pau, 1904. 
Address : 1 Richmond Terrace, Tunbridge 
Wells. [Died 30 July 1911. 

CAMPBELL, Major William Robinson, D.S.O. 
1902; 14th Hussars; Adjutant, Lanark- 
shire Yeomanry ; b. 26 Nov. 1879 ; e. s. of 
Sir Charles Campbell, 10th Bt. ; m. 1907, 
Maud Kathleen, y. d. of late Captain S. Y. H. 
Davenport, 47th Loyal North Lancashire 
Regt. Entered army, 1899 ; served South 
Africa, 1899-1901 (despatches, Queen's medal 
7 clasps, King's medal, 2 clasps, D.S.O. ). 
Address : Headquarters, Lanarkshire Yeo- 
manry. Lanark. [Died 13 May 1915. 

CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN, Rt. Hon. Sir 
Henry, G.C.B., cr. 1895 ; P.O., D.C.L., M.A. 
LL.D., D.L., J.P. ; Prime Minister and First 
Lord of the Treasury from 1905 ; M.P. (L.) 
Stirling District from 1868 ; Leader of the 
Liberal party in House of Commons from 
Feb. 1899 ; b. 7 Sept. 1836 ; y. s. of late Sir 
James Campbell, Stracathro, Forfarshire ; 
assumed additional name under will of 
maternal uncle, late Henry Bannerman, 
Hunton Court, Kent ; m. Charlotte (d. 1906), 
d. of late General Sir Charles Bruce, K.C.B., 
1860. Educ. : Glasgow University ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. Financial Secretary to War 
Office, 1871-74, 1880-82; Secretary to 
Admiralty, 1882-84; Chief Secretary for 
Ireland. 1884-85 ; Secretary of State for War, 
1886, '1892-95. Address : 29 Belgrave 
Square S.W. ; Belmont Castle. Meigle, 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Scotland. Clubs : Athenaeum, Brooks's, 
Reform, Oxford and Cambridge. 

[Died 22 Apr. 1908. 

CAMPION, Rear - Admiral Hubert, C.B., 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honour and 
Medjidie, and Crimean, Turkish, and China 
War medals ; retired ; b. 1825 ; 2d *. of 
T. Campion of Exeter ; m. e. d. of Com- 
mander J. Gilmore, R.N., The Priory, 
Walthamstow. Educ. : Mount Radford 
School, Exeter. Entered Navy 1842 ; Royal 
Observatory, Cape of Good Hope, 1846, to 
assist in measuring an arc of the meridian ; 
promoted to Lieut, out of the Royal Yacht, 
1849 ; Senior Lieut, of " Vesuvius " during 
Crimean War, and in command during hurri- 
cane at Balaclava, when ship narrowly escape 
destruction from transport crossing bows, 
carrying away bowsprit, etc. ; assisted at 
harbour master's work till ship was ready 
for sea under Com. S. Osborn, R.N. ; took 
part in all the operations at Kertch and Sea 
of Azov ; commanded gunboat " Ardent " ; 
received gazetted promotion before close of 
war. Decorated for services during Crimean 
War. Address : 8 Marlborough Road ; Lee, 
S.E. [Died 13 Apr. 1900. 

CAMPION, William Magan, M.A., D.D. ; 
President of Queen's Coll. Camb. from 1892. 
Educ. : Queen's Coll. Camb. (4th Wrangler). 
Rural Dean of Cambridge, 1870 ; Hon. Canon 
of Ely, 1879 ; Fellow of Queen's College, 
1850-92; Tutor, 1858-92; Rector of St. 
Botolph, Cambridge, 1862-92. Publications : 
Nature and Grace, 1864 ; The Prayer-Book 
Interleaved (joint-editor), 1894. Address : 
The Lodge, Queen's College, Cambridge. 

[Died'20 Oct. 1898. 

CANDLISH, Joseph John, J.P. Co. Durham ; 
b. 29 Mar. 1855 ; e. s. of late Robert Candlish, 
Seaham Harbour ; m. 1879, Jane, d. of 
late John Pearson-Watson, Bothwell, N.B. ; 
Member of Tariff Commission. Recreations : 
hunting, shooting, fishing. Address : Shot- 
ton, Hall, Castle-Eden, Co. Durham. Clubs : 
Reform, United Empire. [Died 18 Nov. 1913. 
CANDY, Sir Edward Townshend, Kt. ; cr. 1904 ; 
C.S.I. 1903 ; 2nd s. of late Major Thomas 
Candy, C.S.I., Indian Army; b. 15 April 
1845 ; m. 1874, Constance Mary, d. of C. M. 
Harrison, late Bo. C.S. ; two s. two d. Educ. : 
Cheltenham College. Entered Indian Civil 
Service, 1865 ; served as Assistant Collector, 
Assistant Judge, District and Sessions Judge 
in many parts of the Presidency ; was 
Judicial Assistant to the Political Agent, 
Kattywar, 1873-82 ; officiated as Judicial 
Commissioner in Sind, 1883 and 1886-87 ; 
Vice-Chancellor of the Bombay University, 
1897-1902; Puisne Judge of H.M.'s High 
Court of Judicature 1889-1903 ; retired from 
I.C.S., 1903. Address: Great Shelford, 
near Cambridge. Club : East India United 
Service. [Died 13 Apr. 1913. 

CANDY, George, M.A. Oxon. ; Q.C. 1886 ; b. 
Bombay, 14 Oct. 1841 ; *. of Rev. George 
Candy, Trinity Church, Bombay ; m. d. of 
Col. Joseph Reade Revell, Round Oak, 
Englefield Green, 1873. Educ. : Islington 
Proprietary School. Went to Oxford in 
Oct. 1860, as Scholar of Wadham College ; 
was elected Fellow of St. Peter's College, 
Radley, 1865 ; was Assistant Master at the 
Manchester Grammar School before he was 
called to Bar, 1869. Publications : Gray's 
Poems, edited for the use of British India 
Schools and Colleges, 1867 ; The Jurisdiction, 
Practice, and Procedure of the Mayor's Court, 
London, 1879 ; Is Local Option a Fact ? a 
Short Treatise on the Licensing Question, 
1883 ; The Public and the Publican ; A 
History of " the Dover Case," 1897. Recrea- 
tion : lettres. Address : 84 St. George's 
Square, S.W. ; The Maze, Gold Hill, Gerrards 
Cross (R.S.O.), Bucks. [Died 25 Oct. 1899. 



CANDY, Maj. Henry Augustus, J.P., 9th 

Lancers (retired); b. 1842; m. 1870, Hon. 
Frances Kathleen Westenra, sis. of 5th Baron 
Rossmore. Educ. : Rugby. Recreations : 
all sports. Address : Somerby Grove, Oak- 
ham. Clubs : Turf, Marlborough. 

[Died 26 July 1911. 

CANFIELD, James Hulme, A.B., A.M., LL.D. 
(Williams), Litt.D. (Oxon.); librarian, 
Columbia University, New York City, from 
1899 ; b. Delaware, Ohio, 18 Mar. 1847 ; . of 
Rev. E. H. Canfield ; m. 1873, Flavia, A. 
Camp, Wisconsin ; one s. one d. Educ. : 
Williams Coll. Mass. Business world, four 
years ; lawyer, six years ; one of Faculty of 
Kansas State Univ., fourteen years ; Chan- 
cellor, Nebraska State Univ., four years ; 
President, Ohio State Univ., four years. 
Address : Columbia University, N.Y. ' 

[Died 30 March 1909. 

CANNING, Sir Samuel ; Kt. cr. 1866 ; b. 1823 ; 
m. Elizabeth, d. of late W. H. Gale, 1859 ; 
Civil Engineer, 1844 ; Engineer-in-Chief, 
and in sole charge of Atlantic Cable Expedi- 
tions of 1865-66 and 1869 ; also of cables 
between Land's End and Alexandria. 
Address : 1 Inverness Gardens, W. Club : 
City of London. [Died 24 Sept. 1908. 

CANTERBURY, 4th Viscount, cr. 1835 ; Henry 
Charles Manners- Sutton, D.L., J.P. ; Baron 
Bottesford, 1835. [1st Viscount's grand- 
father was 3rd s. of 3rd Duke of Rutland, 
and his father became Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, 1805.] b. 12 July 1839; s. of 3rd 
Viscount and Georgiana, d. of Charles 
Thompson, Witchingham Hall, Norfolk ; 
S. father 1877 ; m. Amy, o. d. of Hon. 
Frederick Walpole, M.P., 1872; one s. 
Educ. : Harrow ; Magdalene Coll. Camb. 
Owned about 5200 acres. Heir : s. Hon. 
Henry F. W. Manners- Sutton. Clubs : St. 
James's, White's. [Died 19 Feb. 1914. 

CAPEL, Hon. Reginald Algernon, J.P. Herts ; 
b. 1830 ; 2nd s. of 6th Earl of Essex and 
1st wife, Lady Caroline, 3rd d. of 8th Duke 
of St. Albans ; m. 1858, Mary, d!. of late 
John N. Fazakerley, M.P. Educ. : Harrow ; 
Trinity College, Oxford. Address : 26 Con- 
naught Sq., W. [Died 9 Aug. 1906. 

CAPEL, Monsignor (Thomas John), prominent 
Roman Catholic preacher ; b. 28 Oct. 1836 : 
ordained 1860 ; co-founder and vice-prin- 
cipal St. Mary's Normal College, Hammer- 
smith, 1854 ; private chaplain to Pius IX. 
1 868 ; domestic prelate, 1873 ; rector of 
Roman Catholic University, Kensington. 
1874-78. Publications : Great Britain and 
Rome; Confession; The Holy Catholic 
Church; The Name Catholic; The Pope 
the Head of the Church. Resident in Cali- 
fornia for some years. [Died 24 Oct. 1911. 

CAPES, Rev. William Wolfe, Residentiary 
Canon of Hereford Cathedral ; b. 1 Jan. 
1834; m. Mary Leadbeater (d. 1908). 
Educ. : St. Paul's School, London ; Queen's 
Coll., Oxford (Scholar). Fellow and Tutor 
of Qtieen's Coll., 1856-66 ; Junior Proctor, 
1865-66 ; Public Examiner at Oxford, 1867- 
1868 and 1878-79 ; Reader in Ancient 
History at Oxford, 1870-87 ; Select Preacher 
at Oxford, 1873-74 ; Fellow and Tutor of 
Hertford Coll., Oxford, 1876-86 ; Rector of 
Bramshott, 1869-1901 ; Hon. Canon of 
Winchester, 1894-1903 ; Hon. Fellow of 
Queen's Coll., Oxford. Publications : The 
Early Roman Empire ; The Age of the 
Antonines ; University Life in Ancient 
Athens ; Livy, Books xxi.-xxii. ; Sallust, 
with introd. and notes ; Stoicism ; Polybius ; 
Acha3an League; The English Church in 
14th and 15th Centuries; Rural Life in 
Hampshire ; Charters and Records of Here- 
ford Cathedral (Cantilupe Society) ; Register 



CARBERY 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



of Bishop Swinfield (Cantilupe Society). 
Address : The Close. Hereford. 

[Died 31 Oct. 1914. 

CARBERY, 9th Baron (cr. 1715), Algernon 
William George Evans Freke, D.L., J.P. ; 
Bt., 1768 ; b. 9 Sept, 1868 ; s. of 8th Baron 
and Victoria, d. of 2nd Marquis of Exeter ; 
S. father 1894 ; ra. Mary, 2nd d. of Henry 
J. Toulmin, J.P., D.L., of The Pre" St. 
Albans, 1890. Heir : s. John, b. 1892. 
Address : Castle Freke, Cork. Club : Marl- 
borough. [Died 13 June 1898. 

CARBONE, His Honour Sir Guiseppe, G.C.M.G. ; 
cr. 1901 ; K.C.V.O. ; cr. 1902 ; LL.D. ; b. 
1839 ; m. 1872, Teresa, d. of P. G. Portelli, 
M.D. Educ. : Malta University. Barr. 
1863 ; Legal Adviser to the Government, 
1880-95 ; Chief Justice of Malta, 1895-1913 ; 
Vice-President of the Council of Govern- 
ment (retired). Address : 108 Strada 
Bretannica, Valetta, Malta. 

[Died 14 Nov. 1913. 

CARDALE, Vice-Admiral C. S., J.P. (retired) ; 
b. London, 21 April 1841 ; 5th s. of late 
John Bate Cardale ; m. Alice Emma, 5th 
d. of Rev. Jasper Peck. "Educ. : Rottendean, 
near Brighton. Entered Royal Navy, 1854 ; 
served through Russian War up the Baltic ; 
expedition to Nicobars, 1867 ; Abyssinian 
Expedition, 1867-68; 1st Lieut. Naval 
Brigade attached to 1st Brigade 1st Division : 
took part in the battle of Arrogee and taking 
of Magdala ; expedition to Egypt, 1882 ; in 
command of H.M.S. " Implacable," 1874-77 ; 
" Crocodile," 1881-82 ; " Euphrates," 1882- 
1884 ; " Iris," 1885-87 ; " Agamemnon," 
1887-Oct. 1890 ; " Iron Duke," 1891-92 ; 
Hon. Sec. R. British Female Orphan Asylum ; 
Chairman R. Sailors' Home. Decorated : 
Baltic medal, Abyssinian medal, Egyptian 
medal, Khedival star, 3rd and 2nd class 
Order of Osmanli, Her Majesty Queen 
Victoria's Jubilee medal. Recreations : 
shooting, riding, etc. Address : 5 Penlee 
Gardens, Stoke, Devonport. Clubs : United 
Service ; Old Navy Club, 1765. 

[Died I June 1904. 

GARDEN, Sir Frederick Walter, 2nd Bt. ; cr. 
1887 ; J.P. for Hants ; High Sheriff, 1891 ; 
Lieut.-Col. 5th Lancers (retired) ; b. 1833 ; 
S. father 1888 ; m. Rowena, d. of late R. 
Ronald and widow of Capt. A L. Copland, 
57th Regt. 1870. Heir : s. Frederick Henry 
Walter, "b. 1873 [Captain, 1st Life Guards ; 
m. 1901, Winifred Mary, 4th d. of Philip 
Wroughton, Woolley Park, Berks.] Address : 
Stargroves, Newbury ; 2 Orme Square, W. ; 
5 Rue du Dome, Paris. Clubs : Army and 
Navy, United Service, National. 

[Died 4 Dec. 1909. 

GARDEN, Colonel John, C.M.G. 1910 ; b. 13 
May 1870 ; *. of late Capt. Charles Wilson 
Garden, formerly 36th Regiment, of Barnane, 
Tipperary ; m. 1909, Susan Ellen, 2nd d. of 
late Drury Wake ; one *. Educ. : Royal 
Naval School, New Cross. Joined B.S.A. 
Company's Police, 1890; Captain, 1894; 
Commandant Barotse Native Police, with 
rank of Lt.-Col. 1906-11 ; and Commandant 
Northern Rhodesia Police, with rank of 
Colonel, 1911-12 ; served in Matabele Wars, 
1893 (medal) and 1896 ; as Capt. and Adj., 
Bulawayo Field Force (clasp), in North- 
Western Rhodesia, 1899, and in South 
Africa, 1901-02 (Queen's and King's medals 
with clasps) ; acted as Commissioner of 
Police, Mashonaland, 1894, and as Adminis- 
trator North-Western Rhodesia, 1907-8, 
1908-9, and 1910. Recreations : hunting 
and shooting, etc. Club : Bulawayo, 
Bulawayo. [Died 10 Aug. 1915. 

CARDIGAN and LANCASTRE, Countess of, 

Adeline Louise Maria, Duchess de Lancastre, 

widow of Lieut.-Gen. Earl of Cardigan of 

Balaklava celebrity also of His Excellency 

118 



the Count de Lancastre ; d. of Spencer de 
Horsey and Lady Louise Rous (nee Strad- 
broke) ; m. 1st, 28 Sept. 1858, the Earl of 
Cardigan (d. 1868); 2nd, 23 Aug. 1873, 
Count Lancastre Saldanha (d. 1898). 
Patroness of ten livings ; estates in Leices- 
tershire, Northampton, and Yorkshire. 
Publication : My Recollections, 1909. Re- 
creations : riding, fencing, music, painting. 
Address : Deene Park, Wansford ; Brudenell 
House, Melton-Mowbray ; 7 Deanery Street, 
Park Lane, W. Clubs : Albany, Kingston- 
on-Thames ; Royal Southern Yacht. 

[Died 25 May 1915. 

CARDOZO, Henry O'Connell, C.I.E. ; Super- 
intendent Madras Survey Department (re- 
tired) ; b. India, 18 Jan. 1839 ; e. s. of late 
Benjamin Cardozo of Bath ; m. Caroline 
Andre 1 , 1870. Educ. : Thornpark, Teign- 
mouth, Devon. Fellow of the University 
of Madras. Served Madras Survey Depart- 
ment, 1859-99 ; afterwards British Consul 
at Pondicherry ; retired August 1899. 
Recreations : fishing and shooting. Address : 
Ramnad, S. India. [Died 13 Dec. 1905. 

CARDUCCI, Giosue ; b. Val-di-Castello, Tus- 
cany, 27 July 1835. Professor at Bologna, 
1860 ; was a Senator. Publications : Levia 
Gravia, 1867 ; Decennalia, 1870 ; Nuove 
Poesie, 1873 ; Odi Barbare (three series), 
1877-89; Poesie, 1850-1900; Discorsi 
Letterari e Storici ; Primi Saggi ; Bozzetti 
e Scherme ; Confession! e Battaglie, 1st and 
2nd Series; Ceneri e Faville, 1859-1870; 
Juvenilia e Levia Gravia ; Ceneri e Faville, 
1871-1876; Studi Letterari; Giambi ed 
Epodi e Rime Nuove ; Studi Saggi e Discorsi ; 
Ceneri e Faville, 1877-1901 ; Studi su 
Giuseppe Parini ; II Parini Maggiore ; 
Archeologia Poetica ; Studi su Ludovico 
Ariosto ; Studi sulla Poesia del Secolo 18 ; 
Odi di Quinto Orazio Flacco. Address : 
Bologna, Italy. [Died 16 Feb. 1907. 

CAREW, James Laurence, M.P. South Meath ; 
s. of late Laurence Carew of Kildangan, Co. 
Meath, and Anne, o. d. of Garrett Robinson 
of Kilrainy, Co. Kildare. Educ. : Clon- 
gowes, Co. Kildare ; Trinity College Dublin 
(A.B. 1873). M.P. North Kildare, 1885-92 ; 
defeated there after the split in the Irish 
Party, standing as a Parnellite in 1892 and 
again in 1895 ; M.P. College Green Division 
of Dublin, 1896-1900 ; afterwards repre- 
sented his native division of South Meath ; 
an Independent Nationalist. Address : 54 
Hans Place, S.W. ; 12 New Court, Lincoln's 
Inn, W.C. ; Naas, Co. Kildare. 

[Died 31 Aug. 1903. 

CAREY, Maj.-Gen. Constantine Phipps, C.B., 
1901 ; R.E. ; b. 1835 ; s. of late James 
Carey of Guernsey ; m. 1874, Isabel Mar- 
garita, d. of Henry Shirley, Grenadier 
Guards, of Peppingford, Sussex. Entered 
R.E., 1854 ; Captain, 1860 ; Major, 1872 ; 
Lieut.-Col. 1877 ; Col. 1881 ; retired, 1901 ; 
Chief Engineer to Local Government Board, 
1897-1901. Address : 78 Warwick Square, 
S.W. Club : United Service. 

[Died 7 Dec. 1906. 

CAREY, Rosa Nouchette, novelist ; b. 
London ; d. of William Henry Carey. Educ. : 
Ladies' Institute, St. John's Wood. Com- 
menced as novelist in 1868. Publications : 
Nellie's Memories, 1868 ; Wee Wine, 1869 ; 
Barbara Heathcote's Trial, 1871 ; Robert 
Ord's Atonement, 1873 ; Wooed and Married. 
1875 ; Heriot's Choice, 1879 ; Queenie's 
Whim, 1881 ; Mary St. John, 1882 ; Not 
Like Other Girls, 1884 ; For Lilias, 1885 ; 
Uncle Max, 1887 ; Only the Governess, 
1888 ; Basil Lyndhurst, 1889 ; Lover or 
Friend, 1890 ; Sir Godfrey's Granddaughters, 
1892 ; Men must Work, 1892 ; The Old Old 
Story, 1894 ; Mrs. Romney, 1894 ; The 
Mistress of Brae Farm, 1896 ; Other People's 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



CAELOS 



Lives, 1897 ; Mollie's Prince, 1898 ; Twelve 
Notable Good Women; My Lady Frivol, 
1899 ; Rue with a Difference ; Life's Trivial 
Round, 1900 ; Herb of Grace, 1901 ; The 
Highway of Fate. 1902 ; A Passage Perilous, 
1903 ; At the Moorings, 1904 ; The House- 
hold of Peter, 1905 ; No Friend Like a Sister, 
1906 : The Angel of Forgiveness, 1907. 
Recreations : reading, conversation. Ad- 
dress : Sandilands, Keswick Road, East 
Putney, S.W. [Died 19 July 1909. 

CAREY, Sir Thomas Godfrey, Kt. ; cr. 1900 : 
President of the States of Guernsey ; b. 5 
Jan. 1832 ; s. of Havilland Carey of Somerset 
Terrace, Guernsey ; m. 1st, 1859, Susan 
Elizabeth, 2nd d. of John Slade of Yeovil, 
Somerset ; 2nd, 1901, Eliza de Sausmarez, 
2nd d. of late Thomas Ritchie Grassie of 
Halifax, N.S. Educ. : Queen Elizabeth's 
College, Guernsey. Winner of the Queen's 
Exhibition. Studied law subsequently at 
Caen in the University of France, and ob- 
tained the diploma of Bachelor of Law, 
Licentiate at Law, and Doctor of Law in 
1852-54 successively ; called to the Guernsey 
Bar, 1854 ; Attorney General, 1884 ; Bailiff 
1895-1902. Address : Rozel, St. Peter Port, 
Guernsey. [Died 6 Nov. 190(1. 

CAREY, Colonel William, C.B. ; retired ; b. 
Guernsey, 12 May 1833 ; 12th child of late 
Maj.-Gen. Sir Octavius Carey, C.B., K.C.H., 
and Harriet Hirzel Le Marchant ; m. Julia, 
y. d. of late Lt.-Col. William Hewett, s. of 
1st Bart, of Nether Scale, Leicestershire. 
Educ. : R.M.A. Woolwich. 2nd Lieut. 1851 ; 
Lieut, 1853; ('apt. 1858; Major, 1872; 
Lieut.-Col. 1877 ; Col. 1881 ; Col. Royal 
Artillery, 1882 ; compulsorily retired for 
age, 1891, when the rank of Colonel R.A. 
was abolished, thus serving 40 years, less 
one month, on full pay ; Afghan War, 1880- 
1881 (medal) ; defences of Rangoon mainly- 
due to his representations sent in, 1885. 
Decorated as commanding R.A. in the 15 
days War with Burmah, 1885 (C.B. and 
thanks of the Gov. of India) ; pacification 
of Burmah, 1885-87 (medal and clasp). 
Recreations : reconnoitring country with a 
view to military manoeuvres in peace and 
war ; study of Scripture as literally carried 
out in the present day in its political aspects ; 
deep-sea diving. Address : The Oaks, 
Portswood Road, Southampton. Club : 
United Service. [Died 19 Dec. 1905. 

CARINGTON, Lieut.-CoJ. Rt. Hon. Sir William 
Hsnry Peregrine, K.C.B., cr. 1913 ; G.C.V.O., 
cr. 1911 ; K.C.V.O. 1901 ; C.B. 1897 ; 
Keeper of His Majesty's Privy Purse from 
1910 ; P.C. 1910 ; J.P. ; Controller and 
Treas. to the Prince of Wales from 1901 ; 
Extra Equerry to the King from 1901 ; b. 
1845 ; 2nd ,. of 2nd Baron Carington ; m. 
Juliet (d. 1913) o. d. of Francis W T arden, 
1871. Educ. : Eton. Lieut.-Col. Grenadier 
Guards (retired) ; M.P. (L.) Wycombe, 1868- 
1883 ; served Egyptian Campaign, 1882 
(medal with clasp, bronze star ; Groom-in- 
Waiting to Queen Victoria, 1880-82; Sec. 
to Lord Great Chamberlain, 1871-96 ; 
Equerry to Queen Victoria, 1882-1901. 
Address : 6 Cadogan Square, S.W. ; Bur- 
field, Old Windsor. Clubs : Marlborough, 
Reform, Guards', Turf. [Died 7 Oct. 1914. 

CARLETON, Gen. Henry Alexander, C.B. ; Col. 
Com. R.A. ; b. 28 Feb. 1814 ; 2nd s. of 
Francis Carleton of Clare, Co. Tipperary, and 
Greenfield, Co. Cork, and Charlotte Mont- 
gomerie of Garboldisham Hall, Norfolk ; m. 
1855, Elizabeth (d. 1878), d. of Armor Boyle 
of Dundrum, Ireland. Educ. : Addiscombe 
Coll. First Commission in Bengal Artillery, 
1830, in which he served in horse and field 
branches until and during the Mutiny, after 
which transferred to Royal Artillery. Field , 



Services, under Sir Colin Campbell, against 
frontier tribes (Momunds), Peshawur Valley, 
1851 ; siege and capture of Lucknow, 1858, 
and action of Nawab Gunge under Sir Hope 
Grant. Decorated for services when 'in 
command of Bengal Division of Siege Train, 
Lucknow, 1858 (C.B. medal and clasp). 
Address : 12 Marlborough Buildings, Bath. 
Club : United Service. 

[Died 22 Feb. 1900. 

CARLING, Rt. Hon. Sir John, K.C.M.G. ; cr. 
1893 ; P.C. ; b. London, Middlesex, Ontario, 
23 Jan. 1828 ; s. of Thomas Carling, York- 
shire ; m. Hannah, d. of late Henry Dalton, 
London, Ontario. Receiver-Gen, of Canada, 

1862 ; Minister of Works and Agriculture, 
Province of Ontario, 1867-71 ; Postmaster- 
Gen. 1882; Minister of Agriculture, 1885- 
1892 ; Minister without a Portfolio, 1892-95 ; 
called to Senate, 1891 . Address : London, 
Ontario, Canada. [Died 6 Nov. 1911. 

CARLINGFORD, 1st Baron (U.K.) (cr. 1874), 
Chichester Samuel Parkinson-Fortescue, P.C., 
K.P. ; Baron Clermont (Ireland), 1852 ; 6. 
Glyde Farm, Co. Louth, 18 Jan. 1823 ; S. 
b., under special remainder, as Lord Clermont, 
1887 ; m. Frances, Countess Waldegrave, 

1863 (d. 1879). Church of England. Until 
1886 Liberal, afterwards Liberal Unionist. 
Educ. : Privately and at Christ Church, 
Oxford. Student of Christ Church; 1st 
class Classics, 1844 ; Chancellor's Prize for 
English Essay (The Norman Conquest), 
1846 ; Honorary Student of Christ Church. 
Lord of the Treasury, 1854-55 ; Under 
Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1857-58, 
and 1859-65 ; Chief Secretary for Ireland, 
1865-66, and 1868-71, with seat in Cabinet ; 
President Board of Trade, 1871-74 ; Lord 
Privy Seal, 1881-85 ; Lord President of 
Council, 1883-85 ; Lord Lieutenant Essex, 
1873-92 ; M.P. Co. Louth, 1847-74. Owned 
landed estates in Somersetshire, Essex, Co. 
Louth ; colliery at Radstock, Somerset ; 
owner for life of many family pictures of the 
Waldegrave family, including some by 
Kneller, Ramsay, Sir Joshua Reynolds, etc. 
No heir to peerages. Address : Chewton 
Priory, Bath ; Ravensdale Park, Newry ; 
6 Charles Street, W. ; Dudbrook, Essex. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Brooks's, Reform, 
Travellers', Cosmopolitan ; Sackville Street, 
Dublin. [Died 30 Jan. 1898. 

CARLISLE, 9th Earl of (cr. 1661), George 
James Howard, J.P. ; Viscount Howard of 
Morpeth, Baron Dacre of Gillesland, 1661 ; 
b. 12 Aug. 1843 ; s. of 4th s. of 6th Earl, and 
Mary, d. of Baron Wensleydale ; S. u. 1889 : 
m. Hon. Rosalind Frances Stanley, y. d. of 
2nd Lord Stanley of Adderley, 1864 ; three 
s. four d. Educ. : Eton ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
M.P. (L.) East Cumberland, 1879-80, 1881- 
1885. Heir : s. Viscount Morpeth. Address: 
I Palace Green, Kensington, W. ; Castle 
Howard, York; Naworth Castle, Carlisle. 
Club : Brooks's. [Died 16 Apr. 1911. 

CARLOS, Don, Duke of Madrid ; b. Laibach, 
30 March 1848 ; m. 1st, 1867, Marguerite (d. 
1893), Princess of Bourbon-Parma ; 2nd, 
1894, Marie Berthe, Princess de Rohan. 
Don Carlos, grand-nephew of Ferdinand VII., 
claimed the Crown of Spain on the ground 
that Isabella, d. of Ferdinand VII. and 
Christina, and mother of Alfonso XII., 
owing to the Salic law, was debarred from 
the succession. Like his grandfather and 
uncle, who as Charles V. and Charles VI. 
fought for their rights (the former during 7 
and the latter during 3 years), Don Carlos 
took up arms, in 1872, and reigned as Charles 
VII. over the greater part of Northern Spain 
until 1876, when, being surrounded by the 
forces of Alfonso XII,. who had recently 
been proclaimed King at Madrid, he retired 
into France. As the undisputed senior heir 
119 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



CARMICHAEL 

male of the House of Bourbon, Don Carlos 
would have a distinct right to the throne 
of France in the event of a monarchical 
restoration, but though frequently invited by 
the royalists of that country to put forward 
his claim, he always abstained from doing so. 
Heir : Don Jaime, b. 1870, an officer in the 
Russian Army. Address : Palazzo Loredan, 
Venice. [Died 18 July 1909. 

CARMICHAEL, Alexander, LL.D. Edin. ; *. 
of Eoghann Carmichael, farmer, and Eliza- 
beth Maccoll ; m. Mary Frances Macbean ; 
three s. one d. Educ. : Lismore Parish 
School; Greenock Academy; Edinburgh 
University. Contributed to Campbell of 
Islay's West Highland Tales, Dr. Skene's 
Celtic Scotland, Captain Thomas' Uist 
Antiquities, Sheriff Nicolson's Gaelic Pro- 
verbs, and several other authors ; made 
many archiBological discoveries in Western 
Isles, and contributed many papers to 
transactions of various archaeological societies 
and to other publications, upon Celtic 
antiquities and literature ; collected large 
masses of oral literature throughout High- 
lands and Islands ; Hon. Corr. Member 
Scottish Antiquarian Society ; Hon. Chief- 
tain Gaelic Society, Inverness ; Hon. 
Member Greenock Gaelic Society, Glasgow 
Gaelic Society, Oban Literary and Scientific 
Society, Caledonian Medical Society ; Hon. 
President Glasgow University Celtic Society, 
Edinburgh University Celtic Society, Edin- 
burgh Celtic Union ; and Hon. Vice-President 
Celtic Association, etc. Publications : Deir- 
dire ; Carmina Gadelica, etc. Address : 15 
Barnton Terrace, Edinburgh. 

[Died 6 June 1912 

CARMICHAEL, Claude Dundas James, an 
officer of Madras Police Force from 1883 ; b 
21 Oct. 1862 ; 2nd and e. surv. s. of Col 
James Dodington Carmichael C.B. (d. 1893) 
m. 1888, Mary Glencairn, 2nd d. of late 
James Shaw, Principal Inspector-General of 
Hospital, Madras Hospital, Madras Presi- 
dency ; one d. Held a commission in 3rd 
Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 
was heir-male of the House of Carmichael 
claimed the dormant titles of Earl of Hynd 
ford, Viscount Inglisberry and Nemphlar 
and Lord Carmichael of Carmichael, 1701 
and Lord Carmichael, 1647, with the baron 
etcy (Nova Scotia) of 1627. Club : Con 
stitutional. [Died 7 Sept. 1915 

CARMICHAEL, Sir James Morse, D.L. ; 3r( 
Bt., cr. 1821 ; b. 1844 ; S. father 1883 
Educ. : Radley. Clerk to Admiralty 1862 
1880; Private Secretary to Mr. Bright 
Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster, 1873 
attached to Commission of Liquidation 
(Egypt) 1880 (order of Medjidie) ; to Mr 
Childers, Chancellor of Exchequer, 1882-85 
to Mr. Gladstone, Prime Minister, 1885-86 
M.P. (G.L.) Glasgow (St. Rollox), 1892-95 
claimed dormant titles of Earl of Hyndford 
Viscount Inglisberry and Nemphlar, Lore 
Carmichael. Address : 14 Deans Yard 
Westminster, S.W. Club : Athenaeum. 

[Died 31 May 1902 

CARNDUFF, Sir Herbert William Cameron 
Kt., cr. 1913 ; Hon. Mr. Justice Carnduff 
C.I.E. 1903 ; Puisne Judge of High Court 
Calcutta, from 1908 ; b. 17 July 1862 ; e. s 
of late D. Carnduff, Indian Educationa 
Service ; m. 1888, Julia, e. d. of Colonel K 
Macleod, I.M.S., LL.D., Hon. Physician t 
King ; two . Educ. : Edinburgh ; Ballio 
College, Oxford ; Inner Temple, barrister-at 
law. Entered Indian Civil Service, 1883 
Under Secretary to Government, 1887 
Registrar, High Court, 1889; Distric 
and Sessions Judge, and Judicial Commis 
sioner, Bengal, 1894, 1904, 1906 ; Deput 
Secretary and officiating Secretary Legis 
lative Department, Government of India 
120 






1895-1903 ; officiating Private Secretary 
to the Viceroy, 1902 ; Secretary to Govern- 
ment and M.L.C., Bengal, 1904. Address : 
Calcutta, India. Clubs : East India United 
Service; Bengal, Bengal United Service, 
Calcutta. [Died 23 Jan. 1915. 

ARNEGIE, Hon. Charles, D.L. ; b. 1883 ; bro. 
of 9th Earl of Southesk. M.P. (L.) Forfar- 
shire, 1860-72. Address : Aldroughty, 
Elgin, N.B. [Died 12 Sept. 1906. 

ARNEGIE, Hon. David Wynford ; Assistant 
Resident Northern Nigeria from 1899 ; b. 
London, 22 March 1871 ; y. a. of 9th Earl 
of Southesk, K.T., and Susan, d. of 6th 
Earl of Dunmore. Educ. : Charterhouse ; 
R.I.E.C., Cooper's Hill. Pioneering on West 
Australian goldfields, 1892-98 ; equipped 
and led an exploring expedition across un- 
known deserts of interior West Australia 
from south to north and back again, 1896-97. 
Publications : Spinifex and Sand, a record 
of five years' pioneering and exploration in 
Western Australia. Recreation : shooting. 
Address : Kinnaird Castle, Brechin, N.B. 
Club : Caledonian. [Died 27 Nov. 1900. 
CARNEGY, General Alexander, C.B. 1899; 
General, Indian Staff Corps, on unemployed 
list, 1892; b. 1829; *. of late General A. 
Carnegy, C.B., Bengal Army and cousin of 
Major Patrick A. W. Carnegy of Lour, Forfar- 
shire ; m. 1st, Frances Jane (d. 1856), d. of 
Robt. D. Ker ; 3rd Helen Meta, w. of Major 
Robert Graham Mayne and d. of late Chas. H. 
Forbes of Kingairloch, J.P., D.L., Argyle- 
shire. Educ. : The Grange, near Sunder- 
land. Joined Bombay army, 1848 ; served 
in Indian Mutiny, 1857-59 (brevet-major, 
medal and clasp) ; commanded a division 
Bombay army, 1883-87 ; provisional com- 
mander-in-chief Bombay army, 1S87. 

[Died 25 Oct. 1900. 

CARNWATH, 12th Earl of (cr. 1639), Robert 
Harris Carnwath Dalzell. Baron Dalzell and 
Liberton, 1628 ; Baronet (Scotland) from 
1666. Representative Peer for Scotland, 1892. 
Lieut.-Col. (retired) 1st Batt. Queen's Own 
Cameron Highlanders ; b. 1 July 1847 ; *. 
of Lleut.-Col. Hon. Robert A. G. Dalzell, 
C.B. [b. of 10th and llth Earls], and 
Sarah Bushby, d. of John Harris, R.N. ; S. 
u. 1887 ; m. 1873, Emily (d. 1889), d. of 
Henry Hippisley, Lamborne Place, Berks ; 
one . two d. Heir : s. Lord Dalzell. 
Address : Carnwath House, Fullham, S.W. 
Clubs : Naval and Military, Hurlingham ; 
New, Edinburgh. [Died 8 March 1910. 

CARON, Hon. Sir Joseph Philippe Rene Adolphe, 
K.C.M.G., cr. 1885 ; P.C. (Canada), Q.C. ; 
Postmaster- General of Canada ; b. 1842 ; *. 
of late Hon. R. E. Caron, Lieut.-Gov. of 
Quebec ; m. Alice, d. of late Hon. F. Baby, 
1867 ; one s. one d. Educ. : Laval and 
M'Gill Universities, Canada (B.C.L. 1865). 
Canadian Barrister, 1865 ; Minister of Militia 
and Defence, 1880. Address.: Daly Street, 
Ottawa, Canada. Clubs: St. James, Mon- 
treal ; Rideau, Ottawa ; Garrison, Quebec. 
[Died 20 Apr. 1908. 

CARPENTER, George, M.D. (London), 
M.R.C.P. ; Physician Evelina Hospital for 
Sick Children, and Physician to North 
Eastern Hospital for Children, London ; 
Membre Correspondant de la Socie'te' de 
PMiatrie de Paris ; Membre de la Societe 
Francaise d'Ophtalmologie ; Chairman of 
Council, Editor of the Reports, and retired 
Hon. Secretary, Society for Study of Disease 
in Children ; b. 1859 ; e. s. of John William 
Carpenter, M.D., and Mary Butler of New 
Shoreham, Sussex ; m. 1908, He"iene Jeanne, 
d of Henry, Barond' Este. Educ. : King's 
College School; St. Thomas's and Guy's 
Hospitals. Publications : author of Con- 
genital Affections of the Heart ; Syphilis of 
Children; Golden Rules for Diseases of 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 CARRICK-BUCHANAN 



Children, and numerous original papers o 
Children's Diseases ; editor and founder o 
The British Journal of Children's Diseases 
and English editor of Pediatrics, an Anglo 
American journal devoted to the disease 
of children. Recreations : shooting, fly 
fishing, cycling. Club: Royal Automobile 
Address : 12 Welbeck Street Cavendis 
Square, W. \Died 27 March 1910 

CARPENTER, Adm. Hon. Walter Cecil ; J.P 
N. Biding of Yorkshire, and landowner ; b 
27 March 1834 ; 2nd *. of 18th E. of Shrew 
bury and Talbot ; m. 1st, Marie, d. of Si 
Robert Mundy K.C.M.G., 1869; 2nd 
Beatrice, d. of 5th Baron Walsingham, 1887 
Educ. : Harrow. Entered Royal Navy 
1847 ; served in Baltic and Crimean Wars 
Lieutenant, 1854 ; Commander, 1859 
Captain, 1866 ; Rear-Admiral, 1882 ; Vice 
Admiral, 1884 ; Admiral, 1886 ; A.D.C. t( 
the Queen, 1880-82; M.P. Co. Waterford 
1859-65 ; inherited Kiplin, Yorkshire, from 
the Countess of Tyrconnel, 1868, and then 
took the name of Carpenter in lieu of tha 
of Talbot, by Royal license, under th 
provision of Lady Tyrconnel's will. Address 
Kiplin, Northallerton, Yorkshire. Clubs 
Carlton, Senior United Service. 

[Die-d 15 May 1904 

CARR, George Shadwell Quartano, C.M.G. 
1895, retired ; 6. 1866 ; s. of Capt. G. Lyon 
Carr, R.N. ; m. 1872, Grace, d. of E. I, 
Wigan, Sefton Park, Liverpool. Educ. 
private school ; Aubert Saviny (Paris) 
Entered R.N. 1879 ; Lieut. 1887 ; servec 
in Egyptian War, 1882 (medal, Alexandria 
clasp, Khedive's bronze star) ; Shire River 
Central Africa (C.M.G., Africa medal, clasp) 
Baluchistan (received thanks of Government) 
Persian Gulf, 1898. Decorated for various 
arduous operations in Nyassaland. Recrea- 
tions : golf, shooting. Address : H.M.S 
" Circe." Club : Royal Society. 

[Died Sept. 1905, 

CARR, Admiral Henry John ; b. 6 July 1839 ; 
e. s. of Rev. H. B. Carr, and g.-s. of John 
Carr of Dunston Hill, Co. Durham, and of 
John RidJey of Parkend, Co. Northumber- 
land ; m. Frances, d. of John Carr (d. 1882), 
1873. Joined Navy 1852; Lent. 1860; 
Comr. 1871 ; Capt. 1879 ; Rear-Admiral 
1894; retired 1899 while Admiral-Supt. of 
Devonport Dockyard ; Vice-Admiral, 1900 ; 
Admiral, 1904. Address: Longcross, 
Chertsey. Club : United Service. 

[Died 18 July 1914. 

CARR, Henry Lascelles, J.P. ; b. Knottindy. 
Yorks, 1841 ; s. of Rev. Jas. B. Carr, Wes- 
leyan minister ; m. Helen Sarah (d. 1900), 
e. d. of Edwin James Jackson, of Cardiff. 
Educ. : Kingswood and Woodhouse Grove 
Schools; St. Aidan's Theological College, 
Birkenhead. After qualifying for holy orders 
decided on the eve of ordination to abandon 
the Church for a literary career ; graduated 
in journalistic work under Michael James 
Whitty, editor and proprietor of Liverpool 
Daily Post ; thence removed to Cardiff where 
he became sub-editor, then manager, and 
finally editor and part proprietor of the 
v\ estern Mail, until he gave up active work in 
1901 ; part proprietor and director of the 
-News of the World, London; principal 
proprietor and chairman of Household 
Words, Ltd. Publications : Yankee-land 
and the Yankees, Letters from United 
States of America ; Welsh Sunday Closing 
Act; Cardiff Tide Tables and Directory; 
Western Mail Almanack and Encyclopaedia. 
Address: 89 Avenue de Neuilly, Neuilly, 
near Paris. Clubs : Sports, Savage, London ; 
Cardiff Conservative. [Died 5 Oct. 1902. 
CARR, Rev. James Haslewood, M.A. ; Hon. 
Canon of Canterbury from 1903 ; b. 29 Oct 
1831 ; *. of Rev. Canon Carr Master of 



Sherburn Hospital; m. Elizabeth Amelia 
(d. 1912), d. of Henry Perronet Briggs, R.A. ; 
three s. three d. Educ. : Durham School ; 
Univ. Coll. Durham. University Prizes, 
Latin Prose and Verse. Class I. Lit. Hum. ; 
Fellow of Durham Univ. ; Curate, Kelston, 
Somerset ; Hurworth, Durham ; St. John's, 
Edinburgh ; St. Mary's, Kilburn ; Rector 
of Broadstairs, 1866 ; Rector of Adisham, 
1881 ; Rural Dean of East Bridge ; Chaplain 
to the Sisters of the Church, Kilburn; 
Assessor under the Clergy Discipline Act, 
for diocese of Canterbury ; formerly Com- 
missioner under the Pluralities Amendment 
Act. Recreations : bicycling ; bee-keeping. 
Address : Oaten Hill House, Canterbury. 

[Died 4 Aug. 1915. 

CARR, Hon. John, J.P. ; b. Conisbro, York- 
shire. 21 Sept. 1819. Educ. : Lindrick House 
Academy, Tickhill. Farmed at Styrrup and 
Sandall Parva, near Doncaster ; emigrated 
to South Australia ; purchased land from 
Government near Kangarilla, 1859; lived 
there many years ; came to Blackwood, 
nearer Adelaide, and in 1898 to North 
Prospect ; took great interest opening new 
roads ; Chairman of Kondoparinga District 
Council ; sat in Parliament ; member for 
Noarlunga and Onkaparinga about 20 years ; 
first member elected Chairman of Com- 
mittees ; Commissioner Public Works in 
Hon. John Hart's Ministry, 1870 and 1871 ; 
Commissioner Crown Lands in Sir John 
Colton's Ministry, 1876 and 1877 ; took 
active part in great struggle and success when 
northern areas were opened in the 'seventies 
to farming enterprise. Publications : letters 
to leading newspapers on the question of 
agricultural settlement in the northern ter- 
ritory of South Australia ; and letters, re- 
published in pamphlet form, representing 
the fact that the Asiatic half of the world 
have, since they accepted compulsory total 
abstinence, become nationally degraded and 
mentally weak. Address : North Prospect, 
near Adelaide, South Australia. 

[Died 9 Feb. 1913. 

CARR, Rev. Walter Raleigh, M.A. ; Vicar of 
St. John's, Worcester, from 1881 ; Hon. 
Canon of Worcester Cathedral from 1899 ; 
Rural Dean of Worceeter, West ; b. Dud- 
dingston, N.B., 26 Oct. 1843 ; e. s. of Andrew 
Morton Carr, Barrister, and Emily Caroline, 
4th d. of Major -Gen. Lord Robert Kerr, 4th 
s. of 5th Marquis of Lothian ; m. Mary 
Catherine, e. d. of Rev. Canon Hamilton ; 
one *. Educ. : Charterhouse ; Pembroke 
Coll. Oxford. Deacon, 1866 ; Priest, 1867 ; 
Curate of Ware and St. Michael's, Chester 
Square ; Vicar of Foleshill, Warwickshire, 
1871. Address : St. John's Vicarage, 
Worcester. [Died 14 Sept. 1907. 

CARRICK, 5th Earl of (cr. 1748)., Somerset 
Arthur Butler, Baron Butler, 1607 ; Vis- 
count Ikerrin, 1629 ; Captain (retired 1862) 
Grenadier Guards ; b. Roan More, Waterford, 
30 Jan. 1835 ; 2nd s. of 3rd Earl and his 
2nd wife, 3rd d. of Arthur French, Innfield ; 
S. b. 1846. Educ. : Harrow. Served at 
Sebastopol . Heir : 2nd cousin, Charles H. S. 
Butler. Address: Mount Juliet, Thomas- 
town, Co. Kilkenny. [Died 22 Dec. 1901. 
ARRICK, 6th Earl of (cr. 1748), Charles Henry 
Somerset Butler, Baron Butler, 1607 ; Vis- 
count Ikerrin, 1609 ; b. 5 Aug. 1851 ; g.-ff.- 
grandson of 2nd Earl ; m. 1st, 1873, Kath- 
leen Emily (d. 1888) d. of Lieut.-Col. Ross ; 
2nd, 1896, Emily Codringtpn Jones ; S. 
cousin, 1901. Educ. : Wellington : Sand- 
hurst. Served Canada during Fenian In- 
vasion, 1870. Heir : s. Viscount Ikerrin. 
Address : Mount Juliet, Thomastown, Co. 
Kilkenny. [Died 6 Apr. 1909. 

ARRICK-BUCHANAN, Sir David Carrick 
Robert, J.P., D.L., K.C.B., cr. 1893 ; Hon. 
121 



CARRINGTON 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 






Col. 3rd and 4th Battalions Scottish Rifles ; 
b. Drumpellier, Coatbridge, Scotland, 16 
Sept. 1825 ; e. s. of Robert Carrick-Buchanan 
and Sarah Maria Clotilda, d. of Sir J. W. 
Hoare, 3rd Bt. ; ra. 1849, Frances Jane, d. 
of Anthony Lefroy, M.P., Carrig-glass, Co. 
Longford. Educ. : King's Coll. School ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. Formerly in Royal Scots 
Greys. Recreations : shooting, formerly 
cricket and hunting, later County Council 
and other County business. Address : Drum- 
pellier, Coatbridge ; Corsewall, Wigtonshire. 
Club : Army and Navy. [Died 8 Feb. 1904. 

CARRINGTON, Major-General Sir Frederick, 
K.C.M.G. ; cr. 1887 ; K.C.B., cr. 1897 ; 
Lieut.-Gen. on Staff in South Africa, 1900 ; 
b. Cheltenham, 23 Aug. 1844 ; 2nd *. of late 
Edmund Carrington, J.P., and Louisa Sarah, 
d. of late T. Henney ; m. 1897, Susan Mar- 
garet, o. d. of H. J. Elwes ; two d. Educ. : 
Cheltenham College. Entered army, 24th 
Regt., 1864 ; commanded Light Horse, 
Transkei War, 1877-78 ; commanded Colonial 
Forces against Sekukuni in Transvaal, 1878- 
1879 ; commanded Native Levies in Zulu 
Rebellion ; served Transvaal, 1878-79 ; com- 
manded Colonial Forces in Basuto War, 1881 
(severely wounded) : Commandant Bechuana- 
land Police, 1893 ; Military Adviser to High 
Commissioner during Matabele War, 1893 ; 
G.O.C. forces in Rhodesian Rebellion ; com- 
manded Infantry at Gibraltar, 1895-99 ; 
Belfast district, 1899-1900 ; Rhodesian Field 
Force in Boer War. Recreations : shooting, 
fishing, motoring. Address : Perrott's 
Brook, Cirencester. Club : Naval and 
Military. [Died 22 March 1913. 

CARRINGTON, Very Rev. Henry, Dean and 
Rector of Booking ; b. 1814 ; 2nd s. of Sir 
Edmund Carrington, First Chief Justice of 
Ceylon, and Paulina, d. of John Belli ; m. 
Juanita, d. of Capt. Haseldine Lyall, R.N. ; 
two d. Educ. : Charterhouse ; Cains Coll. 
Camb. (M.A.). Rector of Monks Eleigh, 
Suffolk. Publications : translations of 
Victor Hugo's Poems, 3rd ed. ; metrical 
translations of Thomas a Kempis ; transla- 
tions of C. Baudelaire ; The Siren : a poem ; 
an Anthology of French Poetry, 10th to 19th 
Centuries, 1900. Recreations : geology, 
Greek, chess, landscape gardening, in early 
life fencing, skating, lawn-tennis, sketching. 
Address : The Deanery, Booking, Braintree. 
[Died, 2 Jan. 1906. 

CARRINGTON, Sir John Worrell, Kt. ; cr. 
1897 ; C.M.G. 1888 ; D.C.L., LL.D., M.A. ; 
F.R.G.S. ; Knight of Grace of the Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem ; b. 29 May 1847 ; m. 
1872, Susan Catherine, o. d. of William Walsh, 
Norham, Banbury Road, Oxford ; three s. 
one d. Educ. : Lodge School and Codring- 
ton College, Barbados ; Lincoln Coll. Oxford. 
Barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1872 ; Member House 
of Assembly, Barbados, 1874-78, 1881 ; 
Solicitor-General, 1878 ; Member Legislative 
Council, 1878-81 ; Acting Attorney-General, 
1880-81 ; President of Education Board ; 
Chief Justice of St. Lucia and Tobago, 1882 ; 
administered Government of Tobago, 1883- 
1885 ; Acting Chief Justice of Grenada, 1886 ; 
Attorney-General of British Guiana, 1888 ; 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Hong- 
kong, 1896-1902, when he retired on pension ; 
Major (afterwards Lieut.-Colonel) Com- 
mandant Hongkong Volunteer Corps, 1896- 
1901. Recreations : in early life, cricket, 
rifle shooting, reading, croquet ; later only 
the last-mentioned two and gardening. 
Address : Kentons, Reading. 

[Died 11 Feb. 1913. 

CARROLL, Sir James, Kt., cr. 1903 ; Chairman 
of the Queenstown Urban District Council ; 
m. 1880, Ellen, d. of Timothy Coleman. 
Address : 21 East Beach, Queenstown, 
Ireland. [Died 25 May 1905. 

122 



CARROLL, Lewis, pseudonym (Rev. Charles 
L. Dodgson), senior student of Christ Church, 
Oxford. Publications : A Syllabus of Plane 
Algebraical Geometry, 1860 ; The Formulae 
of Plane Trigonometry, 1861 ; A Guide to 
the Mathematical Student in Reading, Re- 
viewing, and Writing Examples, 1864 ; Alice's 
Adventures in Wonderland, 1865 ; An Ele- 
mentary Treatise on Determinants, 1867 ; 
Phantasmagoria and other Poems, 1869 ; 
Songs from Alice's Adventures in Wonder- 
land, 1870 ; Through the Looking-Glass and 
what Alice Found There, 1871 ; Facts, 
Figures, and Fancies relating to the Elections 
to the Hebdomadal Council, 1871 ; Euclid, 
Book V., Proved Algebraically, 1874 ; The 
Hunting of the Snark : an Agony in Eight 
Fits, 1876 ; Euclid and his Modern Rivals, 
1879 ; Doublets : a Word Puzzle, 1879 ; 
Rhyme ? and Reason ? 1883 ; A Tangled Tale, 
1885 ; Alice's Adventures Underground, 1886 ; 
The Game of Logic, 1887 ; Curiosa Mathe- 
matica, Part I. A New Theory of Parallels, 
1888 ; Symbolic Logic, 1896. Address : 
Christ Church, Oxford. [Died 14 Jan. 1898. 

CARRUTHERS, John Bennett, F.R.S.E., 
F.L.S. ; Director of Agriculture and Govern- 
ment Botanist, Federated Malay States, from 
1905 ; b. 19 Jan. 1869 ; *. of W. Carruthers, 
F.R.S., ; m. Frances Helen Louise, d. of 
late A. B. Inglis of Calcutta, and Edzell, 
Forfarshire. Educ. : Dulwich ; Greifswald 
(Prussia) University, Demonstrator of Botany, 
Royal Veterinary College, London, 1893 ; 
Professor of Botany, College of Agriculture, 
Downton, Hants, 1895 ; employed on special 
mission by Colonial Government and Ceylon 
Planters' Association to investigate a serious 
disease of the cacao tree, 1890 ; discovered 
the fungus causing the disease, and laid down 
measures for its prevention and cure, which 
have been generally adopted ; appointed by 
Mr. Chamberlain Government Mycologist 
and Assistant Director, Royal Botanic 
Gardens, Ceylon, 1900. Publications : 
numerous papers on algae, mycology, plant 
pathology, etc., in Journals of Linnean 
Society, Royal Agricultural Society, Royal 
Horticultural Society, and in Tropical Agri- 
culturist, Contemporary Review, etc. Re- 
creations : ten years active member of 
London Scottish Rifle Volunteers, and 
played football for some years for London 
Scottish Football Club and Middlesex County. 
Address : Kuala, Lumpore, Selangor, F.M.S. 
Clubs : Royal Societies, Savile. 

[Died 17 July 1910. 

CARSON, Rev. Joseph, D.D. ; Vice-Provost 
of University of Dublin from 1890. Educ. : 
Trin. Coll. Dublin (Scholar). B.A. Sen. Mod. 
Math. 1835 ; Tutor. 1837-66 ; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Hebrew, 1841-53 ; Erasmus Smith's 
Professor of Hebrew, 1878-79 ; Auditor, 
1880-88. [Died 1 Feb. 1898. 

CARTE, D'Oyly ; b. in Soho, 1844 ; m. twice. 
Educ. : University College School and 
London University. Started in father's 
business as musical instrument maker ; 
theatrical manager and lessee ; impressario 
of the famous Gilbert and Sullivan plays at 
the Savoy Theatre from 1877 onwards. 

[Died 3 Apr. 1901. 

CARTER, Major Aubrey John, D.S.O. 1901 ; 
Loyal North Lancashire Regt. ; North 
Lancashire Regiment ; Commandant, tem- 
porary Lt.-Colonel, School of Musketry, 
Bloemfontein, O.F.S., from 1911 ; b. 18 Jan. 
1872 ; s. of late T. A. Carter, of Shottery 
Hall, Stratford on Avon; m. 1906, Edith 
Mary, d. of late Rev. G. H. Rigby. Entered 
army, 1892 ; Capt. 1901 ; Major, 1910 ; 
served South Africa, 1899-1901 (despatches, 
Queen's medal, five clasps). Address : 
School of Musketry, Bloemfontein, S. Africa. 
[Died 4 Nov. 1914. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



CARTER, Sir Frederick Bowker Terrington, 
K.C.M.G. ; cr. 1878 ; b. 1819 ; m. Eliza, 
d. of late George Bayly, 1846. Barr. of New- 
foundland, 1842 ; Q.C. 1859 ; member of 
Legislative Assembly of Newfoundland, 
1855-78 ; Speaker of House of Assembly^ 
1861-65 ; Premier and Attorney-Gen. 1865- 
1870, 1874-78 ; Judge of Supreme Court of the 
Colony, 1878 ; Chief Justice, 1880. Address : 
St. John's, Newfoundland. 

[Died 28 Feb. 1900. 

CARTER, Col. Harry Molyneux, C.B. 1900 ; 
Asst. Director (Q.M.G.'s branch), War Office, 
retired 1907 ; The Wiltshire Regt. (retired) ; 
b. 24 Feb. 1850 ; e. s. of Capt. Harry Lee 
Carter of 6th Dragoon Guards and 7th Fusi- 
liers ; m. 1st, 1871, Emily Frances Eardley 
(d. 1906), d. of Col. Eardley-Howard, Indian 
Army ; three s. one d. ; 2nd, 1908, Hester, 
d. of late T. H. Reed ; one d. Educ. : 
Temple Grove, East Sheen ; Wimbledon 
School ; R.M.C. Sandhurst. Served in the 
Wiltshire Regt. from 1868 ; served Afghan- 
istan, 1878 (medal) ; S. Africa, 1900-2 
(severely wounded, despatches, Queen's 
medal 3 clasps, King's medal 2 clasps, C.B.) ; 
is a Knight of Grace Order of St. John of 
Jerusalem, and Lord of the Manor of Paulton, 
Somerset. Address : Paulton Manor, near 
Bristol, Somerset ; The Old Hall, Caister-on- 
Sea, Norfolk. Club : Junior United Service. 
[Died 16 Feb. 1914. 

CARTER, William, M.D., LL.B., B.Sc., 
F.R.C.P. ; J.P. ; b. 1836. Ex-Professor of 
Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Liverpool 
University ; Hon. Physician Liverpool Royal 
Southern Hospital ; Consulting Physician 
Liverpool Eye and Ear Infirmary, and Home 
for Epileptics, Maghull. Publications : 
Clinical Reports on Renal and Urinary 
Diseases ; Uraemia, 1888. Address : 

. Deganwy, North Wales. [Died 2 Feb. 1913. 

CARTON, His Honour Richard Paul, M.R.I.A., 
K.C., J.P. County Louth ; a Commissioner 
of Charitable Donations and Bequests ; a 
Commissioner of National Education in 
Ireland ; a Commissioner of Education in 
Ireland ; b. Rathgar, Co. Dublin, 26 June 
1836 ; e. surv. s. of late Richard Carton and 
Mary Anne de la Hoyde, also deceased ; m. 
Mary, o.d. of late Peter Hoey, Carrickmacross, 
1866 ; two s. one d. Educ. : Belvedere 
College, Dublin ; Clongowes Wood College, 
Co. Kildare. Clerk in General Register 
Office, Dublin, 1857-63 ; called to the Irish 
Bar, 1863 ; appointed Q.C. 1877 ; Chairman 
Queen's Colleges (Ireland) Commission, 1884- 
885 ; elected Bencher of King's Inns, Dublin, 
1886, re-elected 1898 ; appointed Divisional 
Magistrate for the City of Dublin, March 
1898 ; County Court Judge and Chairman 
of Quarter Sessions for the County of Clare 
from December 1898. Address: 35 Rut- 
land Square, Dublin. Clubs : Stephen's 
Green, Dublin, Clare County. 



..*vii i^M nAnn* (.LICUII V^UUSUitUU UrlllSlcllU,); 

Barrister-at-law ; Knight of the Belgian 
Order; G.C. of Osmanieh and Mediidieh 
Orders, etc. ; b. 1854 ; m. M. I. James ; 
two s. Educ. : Stonyhurst College, and in 
Belgium. Doctor of Laws, Brussels 1877 ; 
from 1883 in Egypt ; took a leading part in 
many important cases before the Mixed 
Tribunals after the British occupation, of 
which he was a staunch supporter. Address : 
Cairo, Egypt; Oxshott, Surrey. Clubs: 
Conservative, Turf Mohamed Ali, Cairo. 

_ [Died 9 June 1915. 

CARTWRIGHT, Sir Henry Edmund, Kt. ; cr. 
1887 ; J.P. ; b. 1821 ; m. Mary, d. of 
Harrison Watson, Stanhope, Co. Durham, 
1856. Barr. Middle Temple, 1853 ; Judge 
m the Bahamas, 1844 ; Crown Commissioner 
of Turk's Islands, 1852. Address : Maghera- 



CARVER 

felt Manor, Londonderry ; 1 Courtfleld 
Gardens. S.W. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 30 Mar. 1899. 

CARTWRIGHT, Rt. Hon. Sir Richard John, 
P.O. 1902 ; G.C.M.G., cr. 1897 ; K.C.M.G., 
cr. 1879 ; Minister of Trade and Commerce 
for Canada and Member of Parliament for 
South Oxford from 1896 ; s. of late Rev. R. 
D. Cartwright, Chaplain to the Forces, 
Kingston, Ont., and Harriet, d. of Conway 
Edward Dobbs, of Dublin, Ireland ; g.-s. of 
Hon. Richard Cartwright, formerly a Judge 
of Common Pleas in Upper Canada, and 
afterwards a member of the Legislative 
Council of that Province ; b. Kingston, 
Ontario, 14 Dec. 1835 ; m. 1859, Frances, 
d. of Col. Alexander Lawe, of Cork, Ireland ; 
six s. three d. Educ. : Trinity College, 
Dublin. Became President of 'the Com- 
mercial Bank of Canada ; was President, 
Director, or Trustee of several commercial 
and financial corporations ; during its 
existence was President of the Reform Club, 
Toronto ; President of the Eastern Ontario 
Liberal Association, formed in 1897 ; elected 
to Parliament of Old Canada for Lennox 
and Addington, 1863, and continued to sit 
for that constituency until 1867 ; from 
Confederation down to 1878, represented 
Lennox in House of Commons ; defeated 
in Lennox, 1878 ; was returned for Centre 
Huron at bye-election on resignation of H. 
Horton ; contested Centre Wellington, 1882 
elected S. Huron, 1883 ; S. Oxford, 1887, 
1891, 1896 ; Finance Minister, 1873-78 ; 
Chief Financial Critic, and one of the Leaders 
of the Opposition in Parliament, 1879-96 ; 
Acting-Premier and Leader in the House of 
Commons, 1897 ; went to Washington, 1897, 
to promote better relations between Canada 
and the United States ; proposed a Joint 
Commission, and represented Canada on the 
Anglo-American Joint High Commission 
when it sat at Quebec in the summer of 
1898, and Washington in the winter of 
1898-99; Acting-Premier during Premier's 
absence at Colonial Conference, 1907. A 
Liberal. Address : Ottawa, Canada. 

{Died 24 Sept. 1912. 

CARVER, Rev. Alfred James, D.D. ; Hon. 
Canon of Rochester from 1882 ; Member 
and Vice-Pres. of Council of Roy. Naval 
School (Eltham Coll.) ; Chairman of 
Governors of James Allen's Girls' School, 
Dulwich ; F.C.P. ; b. 1826 ; *. of Rev. 
James Carver, M.A. ; m. 1853, Eliza (d. 
1907), d. of William Peck. Educ. : St. 
Paul's School ; Trinity College, Cambridge 
(Scholar, First Prizes for English and Latin 
Declamation); Bell Univ. Scholar, 1845; 
Burney Univ. Prize Essay, 1849 ; 1st Class 
Classical Honours and Sen. Opt. 1849 ; 
Classical Lecturer and Fellow of Queen's 
Coll., 1850-53 ; University Examiner for 
Classical Honours, 1857-58 ; surmaster of 
St. Paul's School, 1853-58 ; Master of 
Alleyn's College of God's Gift at Dulwich, 
1858-83 ; during his mastership (under the 
Act of Parl. of 1857) the great schools at 
Dulwich (till then represented only by 
Alleyn's 12 Poor Scholars) were created and 
organised Dulwich College with 600 boys 
and Alleyn's School with 250 (afterwards 
increased to 650 on the erection of new 
school buildings). Address : Lynnhurst, 
Streatham Common. [Died 25 July 1909. 

CARVER, His Honour Judge Thomas Gilbert, 
M.A., K.C. 1897; b. Gibraltar, 14 Nov. 
1848 ; 4th s. of late William Carver, Broom- 
field, Manchester (d. 1868), and Emma 
Louisa Drinkwater (d. 1899) ; m. Frances 
Maud, d. of late Andrew Tucker Squarey, 
Bebington, Cheshire, 1878 ; four *-. four d. 
Educ. : Forest School Snaresbrook ; St. 
John's College, Cambridge. Scholar of St. 



CARYSFORT 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



John's College, Cambridge ; bracketed 8th 
Wrangler, 1871. Barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1873 ; 
Q.C. 1897 ; Bencher, 1904 ; joined Northern 
Circuit ; practised in Liverpool until 1890 ; 
afterwards in London. Publication : On 
the Law relating to the Carriage of Goods 
by Sea, 1885 ; 4th edition, 1905. Recreations: 
golf, cycling. Address : Yew Close, Oat- 
lands, Weybridge ; 2 Garden Court Temple. 
Club : United University. 

[Di&d 12 May 1906. 

CARYSFORT, 5th Earl of (cr. 1789), Sir 
William Proby, K.P., D.L., J.P. ; Baron 
Carysfort of Carysfort, Co. Wicklow, 1752 
(Ireland) ; Baron Carysfort of Norman Cross 
(U.K.), 1801. H.M.'s Lieut, of Co. Wicklow 
since 1890. [The Rt. Hon. Sir John Proby, 
K.B., M.P. Co. Huntingdon, and a Lord of 
Admiralty (1757), was created Baron Carys- 
fort ; b. Glenart Castle, Co. Wicklow, 1836 ; 
S. b. 1872 ; m. Charlotte, e. d. of Rev. R. 
Boothby Heathcote, Friday Hill, Chingford. 
Essex, 1860. Protestant. Conservative. 
Educ. : Eton ; Trin. Coll. Camb. (M.A.), 
Owned about 25,000 acres 19,000 hi Ireland, 
and 6000 in England. Some good pictures, 
mostly at Elton, including 9 Sir Joshua 
Reynolds, the Madonna della bas-relief, 
Hobbema, Gerard Dow, N. Berchem, F. 
Hals, Landseer, Lawrence, Frith, Romney, 
Hoppner, Linnell, etc. ; the Whittlesea 
Relics, being a silver thurible and censer of 
the time of Edward III. ; a good library, 
containing a good collection of Bibles, 
Caxtons, and a Prayer Book of Henry VIII. 
Recreations : shooting, cycling, riding. 
Heir : n. Lt -Col. Douglas James Proby, 
Irish Guards. Address : Elton Hall, Peter- 
borough ; 10 Hereford Gardens, Park Lane ; 
Glenart Castle, Arklow, Ireland. Clubs : 
Carlton, Travellers' ; Kildare Street, Dublin. 
[Died 4 Sept. 1909. 

CASAULT, Hon. Sir Louis Napoleon, cr. 1894 ; 
D.C.L., LL.D. ; b. Quebec, 10 July 1822 ; 
3rd s. of Major Louis Casault, Montmagny ; 
m. Elmire Jane, d. of Hon. John Pangman, 
seignior of Lachenaie, 1870 ; one s. four d. 
Educ. : Quebec Seminary. Barr. Lower 
Canada, 1847 ; Q.C. 1867 ; member Legisla- 
tive Assembly, Canada, 1854-58, and of 
Commons of Canada, 1867-70; Judge, 
Superior Court, Quebec, 1870 ; Assistant 
Chief Justice, 1891 ; Chief Justice Superior 
Court, Quebec, Canada. 1894-1904. Address : 
11 De Salaberry Street, Quebec. 

[Died 18 May 1908. 

CASEY, Hon. James Joseph, C.M.G., 1878; 
K.C. ; Knight Officer Legion of Honour ; 
Knight Officer Crown of Italy; Member 
Royal Archaeological Assoc. of Great Britain ; 
Member of Executive Council, Colony of 
Victoria ; Chairman of General Sessions ; b. 
25 Dec. 1831 ; s. of late James Casey of 
Tromroe, Co. Clare ; m. Maria Theresa (d. 
1897), d. of James Cahill. Edue. : Galway 
College, and Melbourne University. Part 
proprietor Bendigo Advertiser, 1855 ; elected 
to Parliament, 1861 ; Barr. 1865 ; appointed 
Minister of Justice, 1868 ; Solicitor-General, 
1869 ; President of Board of Lands and 
Works, 1872 ; . Judge of County Courts, 
Courts of Mines and Courts of Insolvency 
throughout Victoria, 1884-1900; Depart- 
ment of Agriculture was founded by him, 
and he was first Minister of Agriculture. 
Publication : Casey's Justices' Manual. 
Recreations : archaeology, music, yachting, 
President of Royal Metropolitan Liedertafel, 
1879-1900 ; for many years owner and 
sailed yacht " Weeroona." Address : 
Ibrickane, Acland Street, St. Kilda, Mel- 
bourne. Clubs : Authors' : The Australian, 
Melbourne. [Died 5 April 1913, 

CASIMIR-PERIER, Jean Paul Pierre ; b. Paris, 
8 Nov. 1847. Served Franco-Prussian War 
124 



(Legion of Honour) ; elected Deputy for 
Nogent-sur-Seine, 1874 : again in 1878-81 ; 
retired, 1883 ; Under-Secretary of State at 
Ministry of War, 1883-85 ; Deputy for the 
Aube, 1885 ; for Nogent-sur-Seine, 1889 ; 
Vice-President of the Chamber and President 
of the Budget Committee, 1890 ; President 
of the French Republic, 1894. Address : 
22 Rue Nitot, Paris ; Chateau de Pont-sur- 
Seine, Aube. [Died 12 March 1907. 

CASS, Sir John, K.B. ; cr. 1896 ; b. 1832 ; . 
of William Cass, Kirkby Malzeard, Yorks ; 
m. d. of R. Gamble, Bradford, 1855. Educ. : 
Bradford. Engaged in a stuff manufactory ; 
retired 1894. Chairman Halifax Graving 
Dock Co. ; Chairman Conserv. Association. 
Address : Maylands, Bradford. 

[Died, 18 May 1898. 

CASSATT, Alexander Johnston, President 
Pennsylvania Railroad Company from 
1904; b. Pittsburg, Pa., U.S.A., 8 Dec. 
1839 ; m. Miss Lois Buchanan, niece of Jas. 
Buchanan, President of the United States. 
Educ. : Polytechnic College of Darmstadt ; 
Bensselaer Polytechnic College, Troy, N.Y. 
Entered service Pennsylvania Railroad Co. 
1861 ; Assistant-Engineer Philadelphia and 
Trenton Railroad, 1863 ; Resident Engineer 
Philadelphia and Erie R. R., 1864 ; Super- 
intendent of Motive Power and Machinery, 
Pennsylvania R. R., 1867 ; General Super- 
intendent, 1870 ; General Manager, 1871 ; 
third Vice-President, 1874; first Vice- 
President, 1880; resigned, 1882; elected 
Director Pennsylvania R. R. Co., 1883. 
Recreations : farming, coaching, yachting. 
Address : Haverford, Pennsylvania. 

[Died 28 Dec. 1906. 

CASSELS, Walter Richard ; b. 4 Sept. 1826 ; 
y. s. of Robert Cassels and Jean Scougall. 
Educ. : chiefly private tuition and abroad. 
After some years in Italy, went to Bombay, 
1856, and joined mercantile firm of Peel, 
Cassels & Co. : made J.P. ; Fellow and 
member of Syndicate of Bombay University ; 
was appointed member of the Legislative 
Council of Bombay, 1863 ; left India and 
retired from business 1865, devoting himself 
to literature. Publications : Eidolon, and 
other Poems, 1850 ; Poems, 1856 ; Cotton 
in the Bombay Presidency, written at the 
request of the Bombay Government, 1862 ; 
Supernatural Religion, an Inquiry into the 
Reality of Divina Revelation. 2 vols. 1874, 
vol. Hi. 1876 ; complete edition, 1879 ; 
Reply to Dr. Lightfoot's Essays on Super- 
natural Religion, 1889 ; The Gospel according 
to Peter, a Study, 1894 ; many articles in 
magazines. Recreations: music, art, photo- 
graphy, cycling ; in early life shooting and 
deer-stalking. Address : 43 Harrington 
Gardens, S.W. Clubs : Athenaeum, Reform. 
[Died 17 June 1907. 

CASSIE, William Riach, M.A. ; Professor of 
Physics, Royal Holloway Coll., University 
of London, from 1893 ; b. Fraserburgh, 19 
May 1861 ; s. of William and Barbara 
Riach Cassie, late of Aberdeen. Educ. : 
Aberdeen Grammar School and University ; 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge. Cambridge Univer- 
sity Extension Lecturer, 1888-93 ; Clerk 
Maxwell Student of Experimental Physics, 
Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, 1891-93 ; 
Thompson Lecturer on Natural Science, F.C. 
Coll., Aberdeen, 1893-94 ; Examiner in 
Durham University, 1888-89, in Aberdeen 
University, 1889-92; Hon. Secretary of 
Physical Society of London from 1906. 
Publications: papers in Transactions and 
Proceedings of the Royal Society, Proceed- 
ings of the Physical Society, etc. Address : 
Brantwood, Englefield Green, Surrey. Club : 
Royal Societies. [Died 22 June 1908. 

CASTEJA, Marie Emmanuel Alvar de Biaudos- 
Scarisbrick, the Marquis de ; b. 1849 ; s. of 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



late Re*my Le'on, Marquis de Caste"ja, and 
Eliza Margaret, y. d. of Sir Thomas Windsor 
Hunloke, 10th Bart, (ext.) of Wingerworth 
Hall, Co. Derby ; m. 1874, Adolphine 
Gabrielle Marie de Faret, d. of Marquis de 
Fournes ; one s. Address : Scarisbrick Hall, 
near Ormskirk. [Died 23 Sept. 1911. 

CASTLE, William, C.B. 1892; R.N. ; Chief 
Engineer Inspector, Admiralty (retired) ; b. 
1833 ; m. Thirza (d. 1906), d. of late Jas. 
Brazier of Wallingford. Entered navy, 1855 ; 
retired, 1896 ; served Egyptian War, 1882 
(Egyptian medal Khedive's star) ; inventor 
of a smoke-burning apparatus applied to 
H.M.'s ships. Address : 8 Friern Park, 
Finchley, N. [Died 8 May 1911. 

CASTLESTEWART, 5th Earl (cr. 1800), Henry 
James Stuart-Richardson ; Viscount Stuart, 
1793 ; Barony, 1619 ; Baronetcy, 1628. 
[Robert Stuart, 3rd son of Robert II., King 
of Scotland, was created Duke of Albany by 
Robert III. and was afterwards Regent of 
Scotland. Murdoch, 2nd Duke, was arrested 
by James L, his title and estates forfeited, 
and was afterwards beheaded. His descend- 
ant was created by James I. Lord Avondale, 
and his grandson Lord Ochiltrie. The 3rd 
Lord Ochiltrie being in pecuniary embarrass- 
ment sold his title to Sir James Stuart of 
Killoch, but was created in 1619 Lord Castle- 
stuart (Peerage of Ireland), by James VI.] 
ft. 21 Mar. 1837 ; S. father, 1874 ; m. 1866, 
Augusta Le Vicomte (d. 1908), o. d. and tieir 
of Maj. Richardson-Brady, Oaklands, now 
called Drum Manor, and widow of Major 
Hugh Massy ; two d. Lord Castlestewart 
was male representative of the Royal 
Stuarts. Church of England. Conservative. 
Owned 36,000 acres. Had 2 Vandyks, 2 
Knellers, 1 Titian, 1 Salvator Rosa, 2 
Claudes, and other valuable pictures at 
Stuart Hall. Heir : cousin, Andrew John 
Stuart. Address : Stuart Hall, Stewarts- 
town, S.O., Co. Tyrone. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 5 June 1914. 

GATES, Arthur, F.R.I.B.A. 1870, F.S.I. 1870 ; 
membre correspondant de la Socie'te' Centrale 
desArchitectesFrancais ; ChairmanTribunale 
of Appeal London Building Act, 1894 ; b. 
London, 29 April 1829. Educ. : King's Coll. 
School, London. Pupil of Sydney Smirke, 
R.A. 1846-51 ; confidential assistant to Sir 
James Pennethorne, 1852-59 ; in general 
practice as an architect, 1859-98 ; acting for 
the Inner Temple and other public bodies 
and estates, and largely engaged as referee 
and arbitrator ; architect Land Revenues of 
the Crown in London, advising the Commr. 
of H.M. Woods in charge of those estates, 
1870-98 ; member of Council R.I.B.A., 1875- 
1897; V.P. 1888-92; chairman of the 
ft Board of Examiners in Architecture, 1880- 
1896 ; Hon. Sec. Architectural Publication 
Society ; completed production of Dictionary 
of Architecture, in 8 vols. fol. of text, 3 vols. 
of Illustrations, at a cost exceeding -10,000, 
1859-92 ; secretary and afterwards V.P. to 
the Society of Biblical Archaeology, 1876-82 ; 
also a V.P. British Archaeological Association, 
1891 ; Chairman of Tribunals of Appeal under 
Acts of 1890 and 1893. Publications : Con- 
tributions to the Dictionary of Architecture, 
the Dictionary of National Biography, and 
numerous communications to journals of 
R.I.B.A., etc., in support of his efforts to 
improve architectural education and promote 
the establishment of Professional Examina- 
tions, in which he was ultimately successful. 
Recreations : foreign travel, archaeology. 
Address : 12 York Terrace, Regent's Park, 
N.W. Club: Burlington Fine Arts. 

[Died 15 May 1901. 

CATHCART, 3rd Earl (cr. 1814), Alan Frederick 
Cathcart, J.P., D.L., LL.D. Camb. ; Viscount 
Cathcart, 1807 ; Baron Greenock (U.K.), 



and 12th Baron Cathcart (Scotland), 1447. 
Hon. Col. 1st Volunteer Battalion the 
Princess of Wales' Own Yorks. Regt. ; 
assisted in raising the battalion ; V.D. [1st 
Baron was Warden of the West Marches, 
1481 ; his heir and two other sons fell round 
the king at Flodden Field, 1513 ; the 3rd 
fell at Pinkie, 1547 ; the 8th, 9th, 10th, and 
llth were all distinguished generals ; and 
the famous General Cathcart who fell at 
Inkermann was son of the 1st Earl.] b. 
Hythe, 14 Nov. 1828 ; S. father, 1859 ; m. 
1850, cousin, Elizabeth Mary (d. 1902), e. d. 
and heir of Sir Samuel Crompton, Bt. 
(extinct). In politics a progressive Con- 
servative. Professed Protestant Church- 
manship. Educ. : Scottish Naval and 
Military Academy. Joined army in Canada, 
cet. 16 ; Royal Welsh Fusiliers ; left army 
on marriage ; occupied with agriculture and 
county business ; for 10 years Chairman 
Quarter Sessions, North Riding, Yorkshire ; 
President Royal Agricultural Society, 1872- 
1873. Publications : important papers on 
Agriculture and cognate subjects. Owned 
5554 acres. For family pictures see Cata- 
logues Manchester Art Treasures Exhibition, 
1857, and National Portrait Exhibitions, 
1866-68 ; Athenaeum, Paper No. 2657 (1878). 
Recreations : in early life practical farming, 
and all pursuits and sports pertaining to 
life of a country gentleman ; later travelling, 
especially in Northern Europe ; books, 
literature, newspapers omnivorous. Heir : 
s. Lord Greenock. Address : Cathcart, 
Renfrewshire (non-resident) ; Thornton-le- 
Street, Thirsk, Yorkshire ; 31 Grosvenor 
Place, S.W. Clubs : Carlton, United Service ; 
Yorkshire. [Died 30 Oct. 1905. 

CATHCART, 4th Earl (cr. 1814), Alan Cathcart, 
J.P., D.L. ; Viscount Cathcart, 1807 ; Baron 
Greenock (U.K.), and 12th Baron Cathcart 
(Scotland), 1447. [1st Baron was Warden 
of the West Marches, 1481 ; his heir and two 
other sons fell round the king at Flodden 
Field, 1513 ; the 3rd fell at Pinkie, 1547 ; 
the 8th, 9th, 10th, and llth were all dis- 
tinguished generals ; and the famous General 
Cathcart who fell at Inkermann was son of 
the 1st Earl.] Lieut. Scots Guards, retired 
1881 ; b. Mar. 1856 ; e. s. of 3rd Earl Cathcart 
and Elizabeth Mary (d. 1902), e. d. and heir 
of Sir Samuel Crompton, Bt. (extinct) ; S. 
father, 1905. Educ. : Eton. Professes 
Protestant Churchmanship. Heir : b. Hon. 
George Cathcart. Address : Cathcart, 
Renfrewshire (non-resident) ; Thornton-le- 
Street, Thirsk, Yorkshire; 49A Pall Mall, 
S.W. Club: Carlton. [Died 2 Sept. 1911. 

CATHCART, Col. Hon. Augustus Murray, J.P. ; 

b. 1830 ; 2nd surv. s. of 2nd Earl Cathcart 
and Henrietta, d. of late Thomas Mather; 
m. 1866, Hon. Jeai) Mary Orde-Powlett, o. 
d. of 3rd Lord Bolton. Formerly Lieut.- 
Col. Grenadier Guards. Served Crimea,1854- 
1855 (medal ,3 clasps. Turkish and Sardinian 
medals, 5th class Medjidie). Address : Mow- 
bray House, Ripon. Clubs : Carlton, United 
Service. [Died 14 July 1914. 

CATHCART, Robert, of Carbiston and Pitcair- 
lie, Newburgh, Fifeshire, J.P., D.L. ; Vice- 
Lieutenant of Fifeshire ; Convener of the 
county of Fife ; Captain of Royal and 
Ancient Golf Club, St. Andrews ; m. 1856, 
Agnes, d. of Henry Baxter of Iclries, Forfar- 
shire. Served in 74th Highlanders in Caffre 
War, 1852, for which he had a medal. 
Address : Pitcairlie, Newburgh, Fifeshire. 

[Died 20 May 1907. 

CAVAN, 9th Earl of (cr 1647), Frederick 
Edward Gould Lambart, K.P., P.C., J.P., 
D L. Baron Cavan, 1618 ; Baron Lambart, 
1618 ; Viscount Kilcoursie, 1647 ; b. 1839 ; 
S. father, 1887 ; m. Mary. o. c. of Rev. John 
125 



CAVE 

Olive, Rector of Ayot St. Lawrence, Herts, 
1863. Protestant, Liberal. Lieut. R.N. at 
Sebastopol, 1854 ; bombardment of Canton, 
1856 ; Paiho Forts, 1858 ; M.P. Somerset, 
1885-91. Educ. : Harrow. Publications : 
With Yacht, Camera, and Cycle in the 
Mediterranean; With Yacht and Camera 
in Eastern Waters. Owned about 1700 
acres Largest covered lawn tennis court 
in England at Wheathampstead ; railway 
property. Owner of " Roseneath " yacht ; 
some of her cruises have been published. 
Recreations : hunting, shooting, lawn tennis, 
deer-stalking, bicycling, billiards, salmon- 
fishing, yachting; President Lawn Tennis 
Association of England, Scotland, Ireland, 
and Wales. Heir : Viscount Kilcoursie. 
Address : Wheathampstead House, Wheat- 
hampstead. Clubs : Travellers', Brooks's, 
Windham, R.Y.S. Cowes, Marlborough. 

[Died 14 July 1900. 

CAVE, Rev. Alfred, B.A. London, 1870, D.D. 
(Hon.) St. Andrews, 1889 ; Principal and 
Professor of Theology at Hackney College ; 
b. London, 29 Aug. 1847 ; 4th s. of late 
Benjamin Cave and Harriet Jane, d. of late 
Rev. Samuel Hackett : m. 1873 Sarah 
Rebecca Hallifax, ne'e Fox. Educ. : Philo- 
logical School, and New College, London. 
Congregational minister at Berkhampsted, 
1872-76, Watford, 1876-80; Professor of 
Hebrew and Church History, Hackney 
College, 1880; Principal and Professor of 
Apologetical, Doctrinal, and Pastoral 
Theology, 1882 ; Congregational Union 
Lecturer, 1888; Vice-Chairman of London 
Board of Congregational Ministers, 1888, 
1898 ; Merchants' Lecturer, 1893-94. Publi- 
cations : Scriptural Doctrine of Sacrifice 
and Atonement, 1877, 2nd edit. 1890 ; 
Introduction to Theology, its Principles, 
Branches, Results, and Literature, 1888, 
2nd edit. 1896 ; The Inspiration of the Old 
Testament Inductively considered, 1888, 
2nd edit. 1889 ; The Battle of the Stand- 
points, the Old Testament and the Higher 
Criticism, 1890, 2nd edit. 1892; The 
Spiritual World, the Last Word of Philosophy 
and the First Word of Christ, 1894 ; co- 
translator of Derner's Glaubenslehre, 4 vola. 
Recreations : collecting a theological library, 
gardening. Address : Hackney College, 
Hampstead, London, N.W. 

[Died 19 Dec. 1900. 

CAVE, Admiral John Halliday, C.B. 1875 ; b. 
1827 ; m. 1859, Louisa, o. c. of George Ellis 
of Tingley Hall, Yorks. Entered navy, 
1849; Admiral, 1892: retired; served 
Baltic, 1854 ; Sebastopol, 1855 ; wounded at 
storming of Redan (Crimean, Baltic, and 
Turkish medals, Sebastopol clasp) ; Knight 
of Legion of Honour, 5th class Medjidie. 
Address : 17 Palace Gate W. Clubs 
United Service, Carlton. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



CAVE, Hon. Sir Lewis William, '^t. , cr. 1001 
Judge of the High Court of Justice, 1881 
b. Northants, 3 July 1832; s. of William 
Cave, Desborough ; m Julia, d. of late Rev 
C. F. Watkins, Vicar of Brixworth, 1856' 
Educ. : Rugby ; Lincoln Coll., Oxford 
Crewe Exhibitioner (M.A.). Barr. Inner 
Temple, 1859 ; Revising Barrister, 1865-75 
Recorder of Lincoln, 1873-81 ; Q.C. 1875 
Bencher of the Inner Temple, 1881 Jud<*e 
in Bankruptcy, 1884-91. Publications : one 
of the reporters of the Law Reports ; editor 
of Stone's Practice of Petty Sessions Leigh 
and Cave's Reports ; Burn's Justice of the 
Peace ; Addison on Contracts ; Addison on 
Torts. Address : Manor House, Woodman- 
sterne, Epsom. Clubs : Oxford and Cam- 
bridge, Athenaeum. [Died 7 Sept. 1897. 

CAVE, Sir Mylles Cave-Browne-, J.P D L 
llth Bt. ; cr. 1641 ; b. 1822 ; ,S. father 1855 ' 
126 



m. Isabelle, d. of John Taylor, Newark 
Leicester, 1855. Educ. : Eton. At one tin 
Lieut, llth Hussars. Heir : s Genille 
1869. Address : Stretton-en-le-Field, Ashb? 
de-la-Zouch. Club : Cariton. 

[Died 22 Jan. 190' 

CAVE-BROWNE, Edward Raban, C.S.I 
1888 ; b. Taunton, 29 May 1835 ; y. 8. < 
late Lt.-Col. Edward Cave-Browne and Am 
d. of Thomas Raban ; ra. Caroline Anne, 
of William Abbott Green, Inspector- Genera 
of Hospitals, Bengal Honorary Surgeon t 
Queen Victoria ; three s. two d. Educ. 
The College School, Taunton. Clerk in th 
East India House, 1854 ; transferred to th 
India Office, 1858; Senior Clerk, 1867 
Assistant to the Financial Secretary, 1872 
Deputy-Accountant-General, 1879 ; Accoun 
tant-General, India Office, 1893-1900. Decor 
ated for services in connection with Indiaj 
Finance, 1888. Address : 16 Beaufort Roa 
Reigate. [Died 16 June 190 

CAVEN, Rev. Principal, D.D., LL.D., Chairma 
of the Senate, Knox College, Toronto, an 
Professor of New Testament Literature an 
Exegesis ; b. parish of Kirkcolm, WigtowL 
shire, Scotland, 26 Dec. 1830 ; s. of Joh 
Caven and Mary Milroy ; m. Margar 
Goldie, of Ayr, Ontario, 1856. Educ 
Theological Institute of United Presbyteria 
Church in Canada ; educated under care 
his father, a school teacher, till his sixteent 
year. Father's family went to Canada 1847 
taught school for one year ; ordained adl 
Minister of Presbyterian Church in St. Mary'gj 
Ontario, 1852 ; Professor of Exegetics, Knosi 
College Toronto, 1866 ; Principa from 1873 ; 
receive'd degree of D.D. from Queen's Univert 
sity, Canada, 1875, and from Princeton 
University, U.S.A., 1896 ; LL.D. from 
University of Toronto, 1896. President of 
the Alliance of the Reformed Churches, at 
Washington, D.C., 1899-1904. Publications : 
Articles in the Catholic Presbyterian, the 
Presbyterian and Reformed Review, the 
Homiletic Monthly, etc. ; Sermons and 
Pamphlets. Recreations : visits to his native 
country, Egypt, Palestine, etc. Address : 
Knox College, Toronto; 76 Spadina Road, 
Toronto. [Died 2 Dec. 1904. 

CAVENDISH ; see Jones Henry. 

CAVENDISH, Capt. Lord John Spencer, D.S.O. 
1900 ; 1st Life Guards ; b. 25 March 1875 ; 
8. of late Lord Edward Cavendish, and 
brother of 9th Duke of Devonshire. Educ. : 
Eton Trinity Coll. Cambridge. Joined 1st 
Life Guards, 1897 ; at beginning of South 
African War was appointed Divisional 
Signalling Officer to 2nd Infantry Division ; 
present at battles of Colenso, Spion Kop, 
Vaalkrantz, Pieter's Hill, and Relief of 
Ladysmith ; took part in the march from 
Bloemfontein to Pretoria (medal with six 
clasps, despatches, D.S.O. ). Address : 6 
Carlos Place, W. Club : White's. 

[Died Oct. 1914. 

CAWDOR, 2nd Earl of (cr. 1827), John Frederick 
Vaughan Campbell, J.P., D.L. ; Baron 
Cawdor (Gt. Brit.), 1796 ; Viscount Emlyn 
(U.K.), 1827 ; Lieut.-Col. (retired) ; b. 11 
June 1817 ; s. of 1st Earl and d. of 2nd 
Marquis of Bath ; m. d. of Lieut.-Gen. Hon. 
H. F. Compton Cavendish, 1842 [d. 1881] ; 
S. father 1860. Educ. : Eton ; Christ Church, 
Oxford. Secretary to the Duke of Buccleuch 
(Lord Privy Seal), 1841 ; writer to Earl of 
Aberdeen (Foreign Secretary), 1842; M.P. 
for Pembrokeshire, 1841-60. Owned about 
102,000 acres. Heir : s. Viscount Emlyn, 
b. 1847. Address : Stackpole Court, Pem- 
broke ; Cawdor Castle, Nairn. Clubs : 
Carlton, Travellers'. [Died 29 March 1898. 

CAWDOR, 3rd Earl (cr. 1827), Frederick 
Archibald Vaughan Campbell, J.P., D.L. ; 
Baron Cawdor (Gt Brit.), 1796; Viscount 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1918 



CHAMBERLAIN 



Smlyn (U.K.), 1827 ; S. father, 1898 ; Lord- 
-leut. of Pembrokeshire from 1896 ; C.C., 
armarthenshire ; Col. Carmarthen Artillery, 
d.G.A. (retired) ; A.D.C. to His Majesty ; 
b. 13 Feb. 1847 ; . . of 2nd Earl Cawdor ; 
m. Edith, e. d. of Christopher and Lady 
Caroline (d. of 9th Earl of Wlnchilsea) Turner, 
Stoke-Rochford, Lincolnshire, 1868; six s. 
four d. Educ. : Eton ; Christ Church, 
Oxford. M.P. Carmarthenshire, 1874-85: 
contested South Manchester, 1892, and 
Cricklade Division of Wilts, 1898 ; Chairman 
of Great Western Railway, 1895-1905 : First 
Lord of the Admiralty, 1905 ; Ecclesiastical j 
Commissioner. Heir : s. Viscount Emlyn. 
Address : 7 Prince's Gardens, S.W. ; Stack- 
pole Court, Pembroke ; Cawdor Castle, 
Nairn. Clubs : Carlton, Travellers' ; Royal 
Yacht Squadron, Cowes. 

(Died 8 Feb. 1911. 

JAWDOR, 4th Earl (cr. 1827), Hugh Frederick 
Vaughan Campbell ; Baron Cawdor (Gt. 
Brit.), 1796 ; Viscount Emlyn (U.K.), 1827 ; 
ft. 21 June 1870 ; e. s. of 3rd Earl Cawdor 
and Edith, e. d. of Christopher Turnor, Stoke- 
Rochford, Lincolnshire ; S. father, 1911 ; m. 
1898 Joan Emily Mary, d. of John C. Thynne ; 
two . two d. Educ. : Oxford University 
(B.A.). Major Carmarthen Artillery, retired 
1905 ; contested Pembrokeshire, 1898. 
Heir : s. Viscount Emlyn. Address : Stack- 
pole Court, Pembroke ; Cawdor Castle, 
Nairn. [Died 7 Jan. 1914. 

CAYLEY, Deputy Surgeon - Gen. Henry, 
F.R.C.S., C.M.G., 1900; Hon. Surgeon to 
King Edward VII. ; 6. 1834 ; late I.M.S. ; 
served Indian Mutiny, 1857-58; Scottish 
National Hospital in South Africa. Address : 
Leaveaden, Weybridge. 

[Died 19 March 1904. 

1AYLEY, Sir Richard ; Kt. ; cr. 1882 ; M.A. 
J.P. for Rutland, Xorthants, and the liberty 
of Peterborough; retired Chief Justice of 
Ceylon ; ft. Stamford, 22 Apr. 1833 ; s. of 
Edward Cayley, Stamford ; m. 1866, Sophia 
Margaret, d. of Hon. David Wilson, member 
of the Legislative Council of Ceylon ; one 
*. nve d. Educ. : St. John's Coll. Camb. 
Barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1862 ; entered legal 
branch of Ceylon Government, 1867 ; Chief 
Justice, 1879. Address : Westend Lodge, 
Westend, Hants. Club : New University. 
[Died 5 A pr. 1908. 

CAYZER, Major John Sanders ; b. 1871 ; m. 
1894. Sibyl, d. of A. C. Hall. Entered 4th 
Dragoon Guards, 1891 ; exchanged to 7th 
Dragoon Guards, 1893 ; director of signalling 
South Africa, 1899-1900. 

[Died 14 Jan. 1908. 

CECIL, Lord Arthur, M.A Capt. 4th Vol. 
Batt. Hants Regt. ; ft. 3 July 1851 ; 5th . 
of 2nd Marquess of Salisbury and 2nd wife, 
Mary Catherine, 2nd d. of 5th Earl de la 
Warr; m. 1st 1874, Elizabeth Ann (d. 
1901), e. d. of Joseph Wilson of Woodhorn 
Manor, Northumberland ; two *. ; 2nd, 
1902, Frederica, e. d. of Baron Otto von 
Klenck, Munden, Austria. Director General 
Assurance Company. Address : The Mount, 
Lymln>rtou, Hants. [Died 16 July 1913. j 

CECIL, Hon. William Amherst, Lieut. Grenadier 
Guards ; e. s. of Baroness Amher?t of Hack- 
ney ; ft. 30 June 1886. [Died Sert. 1914. 

CERVERA, Admiral Pascual Cervera y Topete ; 
t). Medina Sukmia, 18 Feb. 1839. Educ. : 
Naval Cadet School. Served Coa<t of 
Morocco, 1859-60 ; Filipinas campana contra 
los moros, 1860-71 ; against the cantonates, 
campana de Filioinas contra Jala, 
1874-76 ; Minister of Marine, 1892 ; served 
in war against. America, and taken prisoner 
at Santiago de Cuba. [Ditd 3 Apr. 1909. 

CHADS, Admiral Sir Henry, K.C.B. ; cr. 1887 ; 
ft. 1819 ; s of Admiral ftir Henry Ducie ; 



Chads, G.C.B. Educ. : Royal Naval Coll. 
Portsmouth. As Lieut, was severely 
wounded in action with pirates on the coast 
of Sumatra, 1844 ; as Capt. was present at 
the capture of Bomarsund in first Baltic 
Campaign, 1854 ; Capt. Superintendent of 
Deptford Dock and Victualling Yards, 1863- 
1866; Rear-Admiral, 1866; Vice-Admiral, 
1872 ; Admiral, 1877, waa second in com- 
mand of Channel Fleet, 1869-70, and Com- 
mander-in-Chief at the Nore, 1876-77. 
Address : Portland House, Southsea, Hants. 
Club : United Service. 

[Died 29 June 1906. 

CHADWICK, Osbert, C.M.G. 1886; M. Inst. 
C.E.. M.I.M.E. ; Civil Engineer ; Consulting 
Engineer to Crown Agents for Colonies ; ft. 
1844; s. of Sir Edwin Chadwick, K.C.B. 
Educ. : private schools ; R.M.A. Woolwich. 
Joined the Royal Engineers, 1864 ; retired. 
1873 ; subsequently practised as a Civil 
Engineer, principally in connection with H.M. 
Crown Colonies. Decorated for sen-ices con- 
nected with the Colonies. Address : 16 
West Halkin Street, S.W. ; 7 Carteret Street, 
Westminster. Clubs : Athenaeum, White- 
hall. [Died 27 Sept. 1913. 

CHALMER, Col. Reginald, C.B., 1898 ; retired 
Lleut.-Col. King's Royal Rule Corps; ft. 
Larbert House, Stirling, July 1844 ; 2nd . 
of late Major F. D. Chalmer ; m. 1891, 
Emily Henrietta, 2nd d. of late J. B. Innes. 
Educ. : R.M.C. Sandhurst. Entered army, 
1863 ; Capt. 60th Rifles, 1874 ; Lieut.-Col. 
1890; Brevet-Col. 1894; served Afghan 
War, 1879-80, including Ahmed Khal, Urzoo, 
and Kandahar (despatches, brevet of Major, 
medal with two clasps, bronze decoration) ; 
Marri Expedition (despatches) ; Boer War, 
1881 ; Manipur Expedition, 1891 (despatches, 
medal with clasp). Was D.A.A. and Q.M.G. 
Aldershot, 1882-87. Recreations : shooting, 
golf. Address : Gordon Bank, N. Berwick, 
N.B. Clubs: Army and Navy; New, 
Edinburgh. [Died 28 Dec. 1911. 

CHALMERS, Sir David Patrick, Kt. ; cr. 1876 ; 
Royal Commissioner for Rising in Sierra 
Leone, 1898 ; retired Judge : 6. Scotland ; 
o. s. of late David Chalmers, M.D. ; m. 
Janet, d. of Professor James Lorimer, Edin- 
burgh, 1878. Educ. : Edinburgh Institution 
and University. Barr. 1860 ; appointed 
Magistrate [having full powers of a Judge] 
of Gambia, 1867 ; Magistrate [with full 
judicial powers] of Gold Coast, and native 
chiefs' assessor, 1869 ; Queen's Advocate 
of Sierra Leone, 1872 ; served on Gold 
Coast during Ashantee invasion ; first Chief- 
Justice of Gold Coast, 1876 ; Chief-Justice, 
British Guiana, 1878; served in Jamaica, 
1893, on a Judicial Commission of Enquiry ; 
special Judge in Newfoundland 1897, in a 
prosecution for fraud. Address : 8 Bucking- 
ham Terrace, Edinburgh. 

[Died 5 Aug. 1899. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Arthur, Chairman of 
Kynoch's ; 6. of Rt. Hon. J. Chamberlain. 
Candidate (L.) for Worcestershire (Eveghamj, 
1885 ; for many years Chairman of the 
Licensing Committee of the Birmingham 
City Council ; author of " Surrender 
Scheme " for reducing number of public- 
houses ; free-trader. Address: Moor Green 
Hall, Birmingham. [Died 19 Oct. 1913. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Gen. Sir Crawford Trotter. 
G.C.I.E., C.S.I. ; cr. 1897 ; ft. 1821 ; 4th 
s. of Sir Henry Chamberlain, 1st Bart. ; m. 
1st, 1845, Elizabeth (d. 1894), d. of J. de 
Wett of the Cape of Good Hope ; 2nd, 
\ugusta, e. d. of late Maj.-General John 
Christie, 1896. Entered Bengal Arniy, 1837 ; 
Indian Staff Corps; General, 1880 ; served, 
Afghanistan, 1838-42; Panjab, 1848-49; 
North-West Frontier of India, 1843-45 ; 
Indian Mutiny, 1S57 ; C.S.I., 1806. Address : 



CHAMBERLAIN 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Villa des Chamerops, Cannes ; Lordswood, 
Southampton. [Died 13 Dec. 1902. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Henry Richardson, London 
correspondent New York Sun from 1892 ; 
b. Illinois, 25 Aug. 1859 ; m. Abbie L. Sanger, 
Boston, 1883. Edue. : public schools, 
Boston, Mass. Journalist, Boston and New 
York, 1877-92 ; managing editor, New York 
Press, 1888 ; managing editor, Boston 
Journal, 1891. Publication! : Six Thousand 
Tons of Gold, 1894, etc. Recreation : 
cycling. Address : 1 Axundel Street, Strand, 
W.C. Club: Savage. 

(Died 15 Feb. 1911. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Rt. Hon. Joseph, P.C., LL.D., 
D.O.L., F.R.S., J.P. ; M.P. (U.L.) Birming- 
ham. W. from 1885 ; b. 1836 ; e. 8. of late 
J. Chamberlain and Caroline, d. of H. Harben ; 
m. 1st, Harriet, d. of Archd. Kenrick, Berrow 
Court, Edgbaston, 1861 (d, 1863) ; 2nd, 
Florence, d. of Timothy Kenrick, 1868 (d. 
1875) ; 3rd, 1888, Mary, only d. of W. C. 
Endicott, late Judge Mass. U.S.A. Supreme 
Court (1873-1882), and Secretary for War, 
President Cleveland's first Administration, 
1884-88. Educ. : London Univ. School. 
LL.D. Camb., D.C.L. Oxford. Thrice Mayor 
of Birmingham ; M.P. Birmingham, 1876- 
1885 ; President of Board of Trade, 1880-85 ; 
President of Local Government Board, 1886 ; 
Secretary of State for Colonies, 1895-1903 ; 
Chancellor of the University of Birmingham, 
1901 ; Lord Rector of Glasgow University 
(retired). Address : Highbury, Moor Green, 
Birmingham ; 40 Prince's Gardens, S.W. 
Club : Athenaeum. [Died 2 July 1914. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Field-Marshal Sir Neville 
Bowtes, G.C.B., G.C.S.I. ; cr. 1863 ; H.M. 
Indian Forces ; b. 1820 ; *. of Sir Henry 
Chamberlain, 1st Bt. ; m. Charlotte Cuyler, 
d. of late General Sir William Reid, R.E., 
1873. Entered Indian Army, 1837 ; Captain 
and Maj. (Brevet for distinguished service), 
1849; Lieut.-Col. 1854; Col. and A.D.C. 
to Her Majesty, 1857 ; Maj.-Gen. (for dis- 
tinguished service) 1864 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1872 ; 
Gen. 1877 ; served throughout Afghan War, 
1839-42 ; wounded six occasions ; Battle 
Maharajpore, 1843, with Gov.-Gen.'s Body 
Guard ; Military Secretary to Governor of 
Bombay, 1846-47; Honorary A.D.C. to 
Gov.-Gen. of India, 1847; Punjab Campaign, 
1848-49; Commandant Punjab .Military 
Police, 1850 ; Military Secretary to Govern- 
ment of Punjab, 1852 ; Commandant Punjab 
Frontier Force, with rank as Brig.-Gen., 
1854-57 ; commanded several expeditions 
against frontier tribes ; Adj. -(Jen. Indian 
Army, 1857 ; siege and capture of Delhi, 
1857, severely wounded ; reappointed Com- 
mandant Punjab's Frontier Force, 1858 ; 
commanded Umbeyla Campaign, severely 
wounded : Commander-in-Chief, Madras 
Army, 1876-81 ; deputed on Mission to 
Ameer of Afghanistan ; Military Member 
Council of Gov.-Gen. of India. Address : 
Lordswood, Southampton. Clubs : Naval 
and Military, East India United Service. 

[Died 18 Feb. 1902. 

CHAMBERLAYNE, General William John, Col. 
West India Regiment from 1891 ; b. 7 March 
1821 ; m. 1860, Charlotte Louise, d. of Rt. 
Rev. Dr. Parry, Bishop of Barbados. En- 
tered army, 1842 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1881 ; 
retired, 1882. Address : Las Flores, Spring- 
field Road, Torquay. [Died 30 Not. 1910. 

CHAMBERS, Major-General Brooke Rynd, 
Indian Army ; b. 15 July 1834. Entered 
army, 1850; Maj.-Gen. 1892; retired list, 
1893 ; served Sonthal Rebellion, 1855-56 ; 
Indian Mutiny, Defence of Lucknow, 1857 
(severely wounded, medal with clasp) ; N.W. 
Frontier of India. 18R3 (medal with clasp) ; 
I{:ixara Camp;ii_ r u, 1S>8 (clasp / ; .Tuwaki 
Expedition, 187-5 (despatches, clasp) ; Mah- 
128 



sood Wuzeree Expedition, 1881 (despatc 
Colonel 69th Scinde Rifles (Frontier F 
Addrets : Brooks' Court, Camberley, Si_ 
[DtI26 Feb. 1 

CHAMBERS, George Frederick, J.P., 
Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, P 
tary Bar, S.E. Circuit, Sussex Sess. ; b 
Oct. 1841 : o. . of late Richard Chamlx 
M.D., of Wlmpole Street, and Cecilia, y 
of Rev. A. Brodie, D.D., Vicar of Eastbour 
1810-28 ; m. Henrietta Cecilia, y. d. of R 
W. R. Newbolt, Vicar of Somerton, Some 
1st cousin of 4th E. of Ilchester, 1867 ; flv 
d. Edue. : Brighton ; King's Coll. Lond 
Associate in Applied Science. Filled severa, 
public appointments : an assistant inspector 
of Local Government Board, 1873 ; at 
assistant boundary commissioner for Eng 
land and Wales, 1887-88 ; chairman Bromley 
(Kent) Local Board, 1869-72 ; member East- 
bourne Local Board (afterwards superseded 
by Town Council), 1874-93; Eastbourne 
Board of Guardians, 1882-83 ; East Susses 
County Council, 1889-1904; Lewishan. 
Borough Council from 1904 ; Canterbury 
House of Laymen from 1895 ; Representa- 
tive Church Council from 1904 ; was often 
called upon to give evidence before Royal 
Commissions and Parliamentary committee? 
on public matters ; one of originators of 
Junior Carlton Club, 1862 ; and a frequent 
speaker on Conservative, Church Defence 
and Church Congress platforms in all part 
of England. Publications : Handbook c 
Descriptive and Practical Astronomy, 4tl 
ed., 3 vols. 1890; Pictorial Astronomy 
1909 ; The Story of the Sun, Stars, Eclipses 
Weather, 4 vols. 1895-1912 ; The Story ol 
the Comets, 2nd ed. 1910 ; Astronomy fo^ 
Amateurs, 1912 ; Old Memories of East 
bourne and other places, 1845-1901, 1910 ; 
Digests of the Laws relating to Public Health 
County Councils, District Councils, Paris 
Councils, Public Libraries, Commons an 
open spaces, Public Meetings, Rates, Po 
Law, 8 vols.. 1873-99 ; editor of Text-Book 
on Lunacy Law, Notaries, Duties of Church- 
wardens, Tithes and Glebe Lands, 4 vols 
1890, etc. ; English, French, and Germa 
Conversational Dictionary for Travellers, 
1908 ; Tourist's Pocket Book, 1904 ; Guides 
to Sussex and Eastbourne, many editions, 
1868-1901 ; and several smaller volumes or 
Church and political questions of the day. 
Late captain in the 1st Sussex Engineers. 
Recreations : travelling, astronomy, garden- 
ing, politics (C.). Address: 1 Cloisters, 
Temple, B.C. ; Lethen Grange, Sydenham, 
S.E. ; Northfleld, Eastbourne. Club. 
Carlton. [Died 24 May 1915. 

CHAMBERS, Sir George Henry ; Kt., or. 
1880 ; D.L. ; Director of London and St. 
Katharine's Dock Company ; Chairman of; 
Thames Nautical Training College, H.M.S. 
" Worcester " ; b. 1816 ; widower. Address : 
110 Cannon Street, B.C. ; Langley Lodge, 
Beckenham, Kent. Club : Junior Carlton. 
[Died 1 Feb. 1903. 

CHAMIER, Lieut.-General Stephen, C.B. ; 
Royal Artillery, retired on full pay ; ft. 17 
Aug. 1834 ; *. of Henry Chamier, Member of 
Council, Madras ; m. Dora Louisa, d. of Geo., 
Tyrrell, Co. Down, Ireland, 1858 ; one .( 
two d. Edue. : Cheltenham College and 
Addiscombe. Mus. B., Trinity College, 
Dublin. Joined the Madras Artillery, 1853 ;; 
transferred to Royal Artillery, 1861 ; com-! 
manded a battery in the Hyderabad Con- 
tingent for some years, and subsequently a 
battery of Royal Horse Artillery ; Inspector- 
Genera' of Ordnance, 1881-86; commanded 
Mountain Train Howitzers and Rockets in 
an encasement with Karens in Burmah in 
April 1856 (thanks of Government of India 
for his services on the occasion); Indi-' 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



CHAPMAN 



Mutiny Campaign, 1857-58 ; present at the 
siege of Lucknow under Lord Clyde ; in 
several actions in Oude under Sir Thomas 
Hart Franks and Sir Edward Lugard, and at 
Cawnpore under Sir Charles Windham, when 
he was thanked for " the gallant manner in 
which he had fought his guns " ; (despatches, 
medal and clasp, brevet majority, C.B. ; dis- 
tinguished service pension) ; Fellow Hugue- 
not Society. Recreation : music. Address : 
64 Inverness Terrace, W. Club : United 
Service. [Died 9 June 1910. 

CHAMPION DE CRESPIGNY, Capt. Claude, 
D.S.O. 1900 ; 2nd Life Guards ; A.D.C. to 
Viceroy of India, Dec. 1900 to Jan. 1902 ; 
b. 11 Sept. 1873 ; e. s. of Sir Claude Cham- 
pion de Crespigny, 4th Bt. Educ. : Eton. 
Entered 2nd Life Guards 1895 ; served 
South Africa, 1899-1900 (despatches twice, 
once for special bravery at Rensburg, was 
severely wounded at Poplar Grove) ; served 
with West African Frontier Force, 1903 
(wounded). Club : White's. 

[Died 18 May 1910. 

3HANCE, Sir James Timmins, 1st Bart. (cr. 
1900) ; J.P. and D.L. for Staffordshire and 
Worcestershire, high sheriff of Staffordshire, 
1868 ; 6. 22 March 1814 ; e. s. of William 
Chance, J.P. of Birmingham ; m. 1845, 
Elizabeth (d. 1887), 4th d. of George Fer- 
guson of Houghton Hall, Carlisle. Educ. : 
London University (now University Coll.), 
and Trin. Coll. Cambridge (scholar) ; B.A. 
1838; 7th Wrangler; M.A. 1841; M.A. 
Oxford ad eundem, 1848 ; for 50 years from 
1839 a partner in, and from 1865 head of, 
the firm of Chance Brothers & Co., of Spon 
Lane and Oldbury, near Birmingham ; de- 
voted himself especially from 1859 to the 
manufacture and improvement of dioptric 
illuminating apparatus for lighthouses ; 
worked with the Royal Commission of 1859 
to correct existing errors and deficiencies 
therein in the lighthouses of these islands, 
giving his services gratuitously ; further 
worked to establish the manufacture at Spon 
Lane on a permanent basis as a national 
industry, it being carried on elsewhere only 
by two or three firms in France (as was 
still the case in 1902) ; introduced many 
improvements, and designed lights for all 
I parts of the world ; awarded in 1867 the 
Tolford Gold Medal and Premium of the 
:iion of Civil Engineers for his paper 
ron Optical Apparatus used in Lighthouses, 
and was elected an Associate of that body ; 
I another paper on the electric light in light- 
1879 ; besides mathematics, studied 
M a young man law, entering as a student 
I of Lincoln's Inn, theology, classics, and 
n languages. Much interested in 
work, particularly in education, 
iie initiative in founding "schools for 
s workpeople's children and others 
as 1845 ; gave to the public a park 
west Smethwick, and 50,000 to the Bir- 
tgham University, besides other large 
public benefactions ; governor of King 
I's School, Birmingham, 1845-79; 
i- of London and N.W. Rly., 1863-74 ; 
r of Council of University Coll. 
>, 1881-90, interesting himself par- 
v in the Slade School of Art and the 
; in 1859 took a leading part in the 
r movement in Staffordshire. Ad- 
\ Grand Avenue, Hove, Sussex. 

[Died 8 Jan. 1902. 

OLE&, Louise ; see Moulton, Mrs. 

iANEV, Henry James, I.S.O. 1902; 

itendent Standards Depart., Board 

<le; ft. Windsor, Berkshire, 1842. 

* c : Private School Windsor. Sec. to 

ommission on Standards, 1867-70 ; 

nted Great Britain at International 

rice on the Metric System, 1901 ; 



identified with demands for higher accuracy 
in weighing and measuring instruments used 
for scientific and manufacturing purposes. 
Publication : Treatise on Weights and 
Measures, 1897. Address : 11 Antrim Man- 
sions, Haverstock Hill, South Hampstead. 
Club : Royal Societies. 

[Died 13 Feb. 1906. 

CHANNER, General George Nicholas, C.B. 
(1889), V.C. ; ft. 7 Jan. 1843 ; m. 1872, 
Annie Isabella, d. of John W. Watson of 
" Shooter's Hill ; four s. four d. Educ. : 
Truro and Cheltenham. Entered Bengal 
Army, 1859 ; B.S.C. (now I.S.C.) 1866 ; 
General, 1899 ; served in Umbeyla Cam- 
paign, 1863 (medal with clasp) ; with 1st 
Goorkhas in Malay Peninsula, 1875-76 
(despatches, clasp, V.C., Brevet-Major) ; 
Jowaki Afreedee Expedition, 1877-78 (clasp); 
Afghan War, 1878-80 (despatches, medal 
with clasp, Brevet Lieut.-Col.) ; commanded 
a brigade Hazara Field Force, 1888 (de- 
spatches, clasp, C.B.) ; commanded 2nd 
class district Bengal, India, 1892-96 ; 
received good service pension, 1892. Ad- 
dress : Buckleigh, Westward Ho. 

[Died 13 Dec. 1905. 

CHAPLEAU, Hon. Sir Joseph Adolphe, 
K.C.M.G. ; cr. 1896 ; Lieut.-Gov. of Quebec 
from 1892 ; ft. 1840 ; s. of Pierre Chapleau, 
Canada ; m. Mary, d. of Lieut.-Col. Charles 
King, Sherbrooke, Quebec, 1874. Educ. : 
Terbonne ; St. Hyacinthe Coll. Canadian 
Bar, 1861 ; Quebec Legislature, 1867 ; 
Dominion House of Commons, 1882 ; 
Secretary of State and Minister of Customs, 
1882-92. Address : Government House, 
Quebec, Canada. [Died 12 June 1898. 

CHAPMAN, Edward, M.A., J.P., D.L. F.L.S. ; 
M.P. (C.) Hyde Div. of Cheshire from 1900 ; 
Lord of the Man9r of Hattersley ; , Director 
and Deputy-Chairman of the Gt. Central 
Railway ; Director of S.E. Railway ; Fellow 
of Magdalen Coll. Oxford ; s. of John Chap- 
man, M.P., Hill End; m. 1863, Elizabeth 
Beardoe, d. of F. Grundy, Mottram. Educ. : 
Merton Coll. Oxford. 1st class Final Public 
Examination in Natural Science, Oxford ; 
Public Examiner. Took an active part in 
public affairs as magistrate for Cos. Chester 
and Lancashire ; chairman of District 
Council for 20 years ; sometime Chairman 
of East Cheshire Conservative Association ; 
on roll for High Sheriff (Cheshire), 1901 ; 
member of York House of Laymen. Had a 
select collection of paintings : including 
Wilkie's Rent-Day ; Turner's Carrying away 
of Proserpine ; Frith's Coming of Age ; 
Webster's Village Fair ; Mulready's Travel- 
ling Druggist, etc. ; together with a large 
series of Landseer proofs ; also collected 
early editions of modern books. Recreations : 
chiefly turning ; was a Freeman of the 
Worshipful Company of Turners, London ; 
golf. Owned about 1500 acres. Address : 
Hill End, Mottram in Longdendale, Cheshire ; 
Queen Anne's Mansions, St. James's Park, 
S.W. Clubs : Carlton, Conservative, Con- 
stitutional ; Union, Manchester. 

[Died 26 July 1906. 

CHAPMAN, Henry, Vice-President, Mechanical 
Engineers Member of the Institution of 
Civil Engineers ; Chairman of the General 
Hydraulic Power Company ; Deputy Chair- 
man of the Employers' Liability Assurance 
Corporation, Ltd. ; 2nd s. of George Chap- 
man, late British Consul at Dieppe. 
Apprenticed to Sharp, Stewart & Co. of 
Manchester, 1852, member of the Iron and 
Steel Institute ; life member of the Soci6te 
des Ingdnieurs Civils of France ; Chevalier 
of the Legion of Honour, 1878 ; officer, 1889. 
Address : 69 Victoria Street, S.W. Clubs : 
St. Stephen's, Constitution^ ^ 

129 



CHAPMAN 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



CHAPMAN, Rev. James. D.D., Victoria Uni- 
versity, Toronto ; Principal of Southlands 
Training College, Battersea, from 1895 ; b. 
Droylsden, Manchester, 18 May 1849 ; m. 
Annie, d. of E. Thompson, Hartley Castle, 
Kirkby Stephen ; two s. Educ. : private 
schools ; Wesleyan College, Didsbury ; 
Zurich ; Heidelberg. Wesleyan Minister at 
Croydon, Nottingham, Oxford, and Harro- 

ate ; Chairman of the Oxford District 
ynod, 1890-93. Appointed Member of the 
Consultative Committee of the Board of 
Education, 1909. One of the Secretaries of 
the (Ecumenical Methodist Conference, 
Toronto, 1911. Publications : Jesus Christ 
and the Present Age (Fernley Lecture, 1895) ; 
The Christian Character (Cole Lectures, 
1904). Address : Southlands Training 
College, Battersea, S.W. 

[Died 18 Dec. 1913. 

CHAPMAN, Sir Montagu Richard, 5th Bt. ; 
cr. 1782 ; B.A., J.P., D.L. ; b. 22 Feb. 1853 ; 
S. father 1888 ; m. 1894, Lina, d. of late 
William Chapman, South Hill, Delvin. 
Educ. : Eton ; Christ Church, Oxford. 
Heir : b. Benjamin, b. 1865. Address : 
Killua Castle, Clonmellon, Co. Meath. 

[Died 22 Jan. 1907. 

CHAPMAN, Robert Barclay, C.S.I., 1876; 
Indian Civil Service (retired) ; b. 21 Nov. 
1829 ; s. of late Jonathan Chapman ; m. 
Louisa, d. of late John Lowis of Plean, 
Stirlingshire (d. 1881) ; three *. three d. 
Educ. : East India Company's College, 
Haileybury. Sec. to Gov. of India in 
Department of Finance and Commerce, 
1869-81. Decorated for services in Financial 
Dept., India. Address : 6 Knaresborough 
Place, S.W. f Died 16 May 1909. 

CHARKHARI, H.H. Maharaja Dhiraj Sipah- 
Darul-Mulk Sir Malkhan Sinh Ju Dev 
Bahadur, K.C.I.E. 1902; b. Jan. 1872: 
S. 1880. Address: Charkhari, Central 
India. [Died 6 July 1908. 

CHARLEMONT, 7th Viscount (cr. 1665), James 
Alfred Caulfeild, C.B., J.P., D.L. ; H.M. 
Vice-Lieutenant of the County of Tyrone. 
Baron Caulfeild of Charlemont, cr. 1620, 
Usher of the Black Rod of the Order of St. 
Patrick. [Sir Toby Caulfeild, descended 
from ancestors of great antiquity in the 
county of Oxford, having been initiated early 
in the affairs of war, performed many memor- 
able actions both on land and at the repulse 
of the Spanish Armada under Sir Martin 
Frobisher, and subsequently in Ireland (as 
specified in the preamble to his patent), was 
created a peer as Baron of Charlemont, 1620.] 
b. Loy House, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone, 1830 ; 
S. cousin, 1892 ; m. 1858, Hon. Annette 
Handcock (d. 1888), d. of 3rd Baron Castle- 
maine ; one d. Protestant. Entered army, 
1848 ; served China, 1851-53 ; as Captain 
Coldstream Guards, Crimean War, 1854-56 , 
Col. Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, 1862 ; com- 
manded Regt. until 1874 ; Comptroller of 
the Household to Viceroys of Ireland, 1868- 
1895; Col. 4th Batt. Royal Inniskilling 
Fusiliers from 1885. Educ. : Germany ; 
R.M.A. Woolwich. Owned about 8000 
acres. Collieries and Clay Works, Coalisland 
Co. Tyrone. Picture of King William III., 
by Kneller, presented by that king to 2nd 
Viscount, 1693 ; also some family portraits 
by Sir Peter Lely, and Sir Joshua Reynolds, 
Recreations : landscape gardening, forester' 
ing, field sports generally. Heir : n. J. E 
Caulfeild. Address : Drumcairne, Stewarts 
town, Co. Tyrone ; Roxborough Castle, Moy 
Coney Island, Co. Armagh. Clubs : Guards' 
New, Travellers'. [Died 4 July 1913 

CHARLESWORTH, Albany Hawke, J.P. West 
Riding, Yorks ; s. of J. C. D. Charlesworth 
and Sarah Featherstonhaugh ; b. 5 Feb 
1854 ; m. 1889, Eleanor C. Bayley ; one * 
130 



two d. Educ. : Eton, Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, M.A. ; M.P. Wakefleld (C.), 1892- 
1895 ; Hon. Colonel 1st Volunteer Battalion 
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, V.D. 
Recreations : hunting, fishing, shooting. 
Address : Feme, Salisbury ; Grinton Lodge 
Richmond, Yorks. Clubs : Carlton, Con- 
servative, Oxford and Cambridge. 

[Died 12 Sept. 1914. 

CHARLEY, Sir William Thomas ; cr. 1880 ; 
K.C., D.C.L., V.D. ; retired Judge, aftei 
fifteen years' service, with two-thirds of 
former salary of 2250 per annum, 1892 ; b. 
Woodbourne, 5 March 1833 ; *. of Mathew 
Charley. Educ. : Elstree Hill House ; 
Belmont Lee, Kent ; St. John's College i 
Oxford. Barr. (with 1st class Honours j 
1864, and Exhibition, 1865); M.P. Salford, 
1868-80 ; Common Serj. of London, 1878-92 ;; 
Commanding Officer, 1883-89, 3rd V.B. Royal 
Fusiliers, City of London Regt. ; Hon. 
Colonel from 1889 ; Senior Director Milners' 
Safe Co. from 1874 ; Past Master of Loriner'g 
Co. ; Q.C. 1880 ; K.C. 1901 ; m. Clara, A.' 
of F. G. Harbord, 1890. Publications : The 
Real Property Acts, 1874-77 ; The Judicature 
Acts, 1873-75 ; The Crusade against thtd 
Constitution, an Historical Vindication oil 
the House of Lords, 1895 ; Mending amis 
Ending the House of Lords, 1900 ; The Holft* 
City, Athens, and Egypt, 1902. Recreations '& 
several years President, later hon. mem. 
Pickwick Bicycle Club; fond of collecting, 
extracts from the press in albums, illustrative 
of passing events. Address : Queen Anne'e 
Mansions, S.W. ; Woodbourne, East Gria- 
stead, Sussex. Clubs : Carlton, Junior Confl 
servative, Authors' ; North Sussex. 

[Died 8 July 1904 

CHARLTON, Hon. John, member of thij 
British-Canadian Joint High Commission ij 
b. Wheatland, New York, 3 Feb. 1829 (fath,efl 
English, mother Scotch) ; m. Ella C. Gralyfl 
1854. Educ. : Caledonian Grammar Schojol 
and Springville Academy, State of Ne.ifl 
York. Came to Canada, 1849 ; engaged im 
the mercantile and lumbering business, 185?>fi 
M.P. 1872-1904 ; chairman of the OntarM 
Royal Mining Commission, 1889 ; took a 
leading part in moral legislation ; secure! 
passage of a Bill punishing seduction, and 
fixing age of consent at sixteen ; a lifeloi I 
advocate of friendly relations between Canatii 
and United States ; addressed the New Yonl 
Chamber of Commerce and merchants' ejl 
changes, bankers' associations and conve 
tions, in various cities of the United StatflJ 
during years 1907-1910, on trade relatio^l 
between the United States and Canada, and 
contributed extensively to the America! 
newspaper Press in various American citjtfl 
upon the same subject ; extensively engagjw 
in lumbering, and operates largely in pr, 
duction of lumber ; also interested i 
farming. Publications : Parliamenta. 
Recollections ; contributions to Nor* 
American Review, the Forum, and oth 
periodicals, chiefly upon international tra( 
questions. Recreations : enjoys the qui 
of a beautiful country home ; and literal 
work. Address : Lynedoch, Ontario. 

[Died 12 Feb. 191 

CHARRINGTON, Spencer, M.P. (C.) Mile En 
Tower Hamlets, from 1885 ; brewer ; 
1818 ; e. s. of late N. Charrington, Mile En<3 
m. Alethea Charlotte, d. of Rev. J. Calmeye 
Prost (i.e. Archdeacon) of Hammerfes 
Norway, 1853. Educ. : Eton. Addrest 
19 Carlton House Terrace, S.W. ; Hunsdc 
House, Hunsdon, near Ware. Club : Co 
servative. [Died 11 Dec. 190 

CHARTERIS, Very Rev. Archibald Hamilto 
M.A., D.D., LL.D. ; Chaplain in Ordina 
to King Edward VII. in Scotland from 190 
b. Wamphray, 13 Dec. 1835 ; e. *. of Jol 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Charteris, schoolmaster ; m. Catharine 
Morice, d. of Sir Alexander Anderson, Aber- 
deen, 1863. Educ. : Wamphray School ; 
Edinburgh University; Tubingen; Bonn. 
Minister successively of St. Quivox, New- 
abbey, and of The Park Parish, Glasgow, 
1863 : founder, and from 1869-94 Convener 
of General Assembly's Committee on 
Christian Life and Work, in which capacity 
was mainly instrumental in founding Life 
iand Work (the Parish Magazine): the 
Young Men's Guild ; the Woman's Guild ; 
In reviving the Order of Deaconesses as part 
tof organisation of Church, and in founding 
She Deaconess Hospital andDeaconess House 
tof Rest ; Moderator of General Assembly of 
Church of Scotland, 1892; one of H.M. 
Chaplains, 1869 ; Professor of biblical 
Criticism, University of Edinburgh, 1868- 
1898, later emeritus. Publications : Life of 
professor James Robertson, 1863 ; second 
(abridged) edition, A Faithful Churchman, 
1897 ; Canonicity or Early Testimonies to 
the Books of the New Testament, 1881 ; 
The Christian Scripture (Croall Lecture), 

{11888 ; The Church of Christ, 1905. Address : 
iKingswood, Peebles. Clubs : Royal Societies ; 

lyJniversity, Edinburgh. 

[Died 24 Apr. 1908. 

fllASE, Rev. Drummond Percy, M.A., D.D. ; 
[Fellow of Oriel College ; Principal of St. 

[Mary Hall Oxford from 7 Dec. 1857. Educ.: 

If Pembroke Coll. Oxford (Scholar) ; Oriel Coll. 
Oxford (Scholar). 1st class Lit. Hum. 
1841 ; Fellow of Oriel, 1842 ; Vicar of St. 
JVIary's (Univ. Church), 1856-63 and 1876- 
1878. Publications: Translation of Aris- 
totle's Ethics, 1847 ; Epistle to the Romans, 
1886 ; Constitutional Loyalty and other 
Sermons, 1886. Address : St. Mary Hall. 
[Oxford. [Died 27 June 1902. 

BASE, Marian, R.I. 1875 ; painter in water- 
Icolours of still life and garden scenes ; b. 
'London ; rf. of late John Chase, R.I. Studied 
painting under father and Miss M. Gillies. 
Exhibited, R.A. and Dudley Gallery, 1875. 
Recreations: reading, croquet, needlework. 
Address : 18 Chrlstchurch Avenue, Brondes- 
bury, N.W. [Died 15 March 1905. 

iASE, Col. William St. Lucian, V.C. ; C.B. 
1903 ; Colonel, Indian Army ; A.A.G. 4th 
Quetta Division ; b. St. Lucia, West Indies, 
2 Aug. 1856 ; e. s. of late R. H. Chase, 
Control Department War Office (d. 1873), 
fcnd Susan Iflll. d. of John BuhOt ; m. 1901, 

fDorothy, d. of Charles E. S Steele, I.C.S. 
Educ. : private schools and tutors. Joined 
15th Regt. 1876 ; Indian Staff Corps, 1878 ; 
took part in Afghan War of 1879-80 : presmt 
at defence of Kandahar, sortie on Deb Kajah, 
and Battle of Kandahar (despatches medal 

: iwith clasp, and V.C.) ; served on general 
staff of army, 1882-87, as D.A.Q.M.G. and 
A.Q.M.G. ; took part in Zhob Valley Ex- 
pedition of 1884 (despatches); served with 
Chin-Lushai Expedition, and in the advance 
otbnpn Fort Haka (medal and clasp) ; took part 
in pioneering operations in Naga hills (with 
28th Pioneers), and Manipur, 1893-94 ; 
Herved on N.W. frontier of India during 
Mohmand Expedition, action of Jarobi, etc., 
1897 (despatches, medal and clasp) ; also in 
Tirah Campaign, 1897-98 ; present at capture 
.". | of Sampagha Pass, during occupation of 
Maidan and Bagh Valleys, operations In 

; Dwatoi Defile, Bajghul Valley, and march 
l down Bara Valley (despatches, clasp to 
; medal). Recreations : rowing etc. Sciencei: 
< astronomy (F. R. A. S.) and geography 

J(F.R.G.S.). Addret: A.A.G., 4th (Quetta) 

! Division, Quetta, Baluchistan. 

[Died 30 June 1908. 
"!'! -IATELAIN, Henri Louis, Agre"g<$ de 1'Uni- 

K versit6 de France, docteur es lettres ; Pro- 
fessor of French Language and Literature 



CHAYTOB 

Birmingham University, from 1909 ; Presi- 
dent of the Cercle Francais ; 6. Salnt- 
Quentin Aisne, 13 Aug. 1877; m. 1911, 
Froken Q. Maokeprang, of Christlanla ; one 
d. Educ. : Lyce"e of Lille ; Lyce'e Louls-le- 
Grand, Paris ; Faculte* des Lettres, Univer- 
sity of Paris ; Ecole Pratique dea Hautea- 
Etudes (Philologie romane) ; Llcencle" es 
lettres, 1901 ; Agrgge" de grammaire. 1903 ; 
Teacher in the Lycee de Tourcolng (Nord), 
1908-9. Publications : Le Vers francals au 
XVe siecle, 1908; Le Mlstere de Saint- 
Quentin, eaitlon critique avec Introduction, 
glossalre, et notes, 1909 (Prix Lagrange, 
1909, Acade"mie des Inscriptions et Belles- 
Lettres) ; L'Institutlon Chrestlenne de Cal- 
vin d'apres le texte de 1541, avec M. A. 
C. Lefranc et M. J. Pannier, 2 vols., 1909 
et 1911 ; Les Critiques d'Atala, et les 
corrections de Chateaubriand ; Le Vers llbre 
de Moliere dans Amphitryon, Notes sur 
1'accent salnt-quentinois, and other essays, 
Revue unlversitaire, Revue d'histoire litte"r- 
aire de la France Revue de psychologle 
sociale, Romania, Me*moires de la Socie"te" 
Acade"mique de Salnt-Quentin, Melanges de 
philologle offerts au Prof. Brunot ; Krltlscher 
Jahresbericht fur die Fortschritte der 
Romanischen Philologie. Address : King's 
Norton, Birmingham ; 89, rue de Mulhouse, 
Salnt-Quentin, Aisne. [Died 19 Aug. 1915. 

CHATFIELD, Admiral Alfred John, C.B. 1887 ; 
b Stratford, near Salisbury, 1831 ; . *. of 
Rev. R. Money Chatfleld ; m. Louisa, e. d. 
of Thomas Faulconer. Entered R.N. 1846 ; 
Commander, 1862 ; Captain, 1868 ; Rear- 
Adm. 1886 ; Vlce-Adm. 1891 ; Adm. 1897. 
Served in Baltic, Black Sea (Crimea), N. 
America, W. Indies, 1854 (including 
bombardment of Bomarsund in Black 
Sea, blockade of Odessa, and operations 
before Sebastopol) ; commanded H.M.S. 
" Amethyst " during Ashanti War, 1873 ; 
joined In engagement with Peruvian ship 
" Huascar," 1887 ; commanded south-east 
coast of America for two years, and H.M.S. 
" Thunderer " in the Mediterranean ; Devon- 
port Steam Reserve, 1880 ; awarded Good 
Service Pension, 1882 ; superintendent H.M. 
Dockyard at Pembroke, 1884-87: Knight 
of Justice of St. John of Jerusalem, 1900. 
Decorated for services (four war medals and 
two claspaV Address : 76 Cornwall Gardens, 
S.W. Club : Army and Navy. 

[Died 25 Auff. 1910. 

CHAVASSE, Sir Thomas Frederick, Kt.. cr. 
1905 ; J.P., County of Warwick ; Consulting 
Surgeon to the General Hospital, Birming- 
ham ; Doctorof Medicine, Master of Surgery 
University of Edinburgh ; Fellow of the 
Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh and 
London ; b. March 1854; 6th s. of Thomas 
Chavasse, F.R.C.S., of Wylde Green House, 
Sutton Coldfleld. Warwickshire ; m. 1885, 
Frances Hannah, o. d. of Arthur Ryland, 
J.P. of Birmingham and The Linthurst Hill, 
nr. Bromsgrove. Educ. : University of 
Edinburgh, Vienna, and Berlin. Publica- 
tions : various papers on Surgical subjects 
in the Transactions of the Royal Medical 
Chirurglcal Society and the Pathological 
Society, London ; Lancet, etc. Address : 
The Linthurst Hill, nr. Brotnsgrov*. Wor- 
cestershire. Club : Union, Birmingham. 

[Died 17 Feb. 1913. 

CHAWNER, William, M.A. ; Master of 

^ Emmanuel Coll. Camb. from 1895 ; b. Feb. 
1848. Educ. : Rossall School ; Emmanuel 

v Coll Camb. Vice-Chancellor, Cambridge, 
1899-1901. ^Address: Emmanuel College, 

\ Cambridge. " Club : Royal Societies. 

[Dif.d 29 March 1911. 

CHAYTOR, Sir Walter Clervaux, 5th Bt. ; cr. 
1831; Lieut. R.N. (retired); J.P. Co. 
Durham and N. Riding, Yorks ; b. 27 Feb. 
131 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



1874 ; *. of 3rd Bt., and Mary, y. d. of H. 
van Straubenzee, Spennithorne ; S. brother 
1908 ; m. 1909, Alexandra, d. of Rev. 
Canon Hervey. Contested (C.) Bishop Auck- 
land Division, Durham, 1910. Owned 7500 
acres. Heir : b. Edmund Hugh, b. 11 Nov. 
1876. Address : Croft Hall, near Darlington. 
Clubs : Northern Counties ; Royal Naval, 
Portsmouth. [Died 9 July 1913. 

CHAYTOR, Sir William Henry Edward, 4th 
Bt. ; cr. 1831 ; D.L. ; and J.P. for Co. 
Durham (High Sheriff, 1902), and J.P. for 
North Riding of York; b. Spennithorne, 
Yorkshire, 14 June 1867 ; e. s. of Sir William, 
3rd Bart., and Mary, y. d. of H. van Strau- 
benzee, Spennithorne; S. father 1896. 
Educ. : Harrow. Recreations : hunting, 
shooting, racing. Owned 7500 acres ; owned 
Wear Valley Harriers, 1898-1901. Heir: 
b. Walter Clervaux, R.N., b. 1874. Address : 
Croft Hall, near Darlington. Club : 
Bachelors', Raleigh. [Dud 25 Apr. 1908. 
CHEADLE, Walter Butler, M.A., M.D. ; Con- 
sulting Physician, St Mary's Hospital ; 
Consulting Physician to the Hospital for 
Sick Children, Great Ormond Street ; 6. 
Colne, Lancashire, 1835 ; s. of Rev. James 
Cheadle, Vicar of Bingley, Yorks ; m. 1st, 
1866, Anne, 2nd d. of William Murgatroyd 
Bankfield, Bingley; 2nd, 1892, Emily of 
Mansel, Inspector of Queen Victoria's Jubilee 
Institute for Nurses, d. of R. Mansel of 
Rothbury, Northumberland ; four *. Educ. : 
Grammar School, Bingley, Yorks ; Caius 
Coll. Cambridge. Scholar, M.A., M.D. 
After leaving Cambridge accompanied the 
late Viscount Milton in his travels in North- 
West America, and across the Rocky 
Mountains, 1862-64 ; subsequently elected 
Physician to St. Mary's Hospital and the 
Hospital for Sick Children ; Fellow of the 
Royal College of Physicians, 1870 ; Censor, 
Senior Censor, and Lumleian Lecturer there, 
1900 ; late Examiner in Medicine, University 
of Cambridge, University of Durham, and 
Conjoint Board of College of Physicians and 
College of Surgeons. Publications : North- 
West Passage by Land, in conjunction with 
the late Viscount Milton; The Lumleian 
Lectures ; various other medical publica- 
tions. Recreations : fly-fishing, travelling 
abroad, reading ; in early life boating, 
cricketing, and athletics. Address : 19 
Portman Street, Portman Square, W. Clubs . 
Athenseum, National Liberal. 

[Died 25 March 1910 

CHEETHAM, Rt. Rev. Henry, M.A., D.D, 
D.C.L. ; Bishop of Sierra Leone, 1870-82 
b. Nottingham, 27 Apr. 1827 ; *. of William 
Cheetham, manufacturer, Nottingham 
Educ. : Christ's Coll. Oamb. (Scholar) 
Publications : The One Hundred Texts o: 
Irish Church Missions briefly expanded 
Address : Danehurst, Branksome Wooc 
Road, Bournemouth. [Died 22 Dec. 1899 
CHEETHAM, Yen. Samuel, D.D. ; F.S.A. 
Archdeacon and Canon of Rochester 
Honorary Fellow of Christ's Coll. Camb. 
b. Hambleton, 3 March 1827 ; m. 1st, 1866 
Hannah, d. of Frederick Hawkins, M.D. 
2nd, 1896, Ada Mary, d. of S. Barker Booth 
Educ. : Oakham Grammar School ; Christ' 
Coll. Camb. B.A. Cambridge ; Senio 
Optime ; 1st class in Classical Tripos, 1850 
M.A. 1853 ; B.D., D.D., 1880 ; Fellow o 
Christ's Coll. 1850. Aspistant Tutor o 
Christ's Coll. Camb., 1853-58 ; Professor o 
Pastoral Theology in King's Coll. London 
1863-82 ; Chaplain of Dulwich College 
1866-84 ; Archdeacon of Southwark, 1879 
1882. Publications : editor (with late Si 
W. Smith) and writer of many articles ii 
Dictionary of Christian Antiquities, 1875 
1880 ; A History of the Christian Churc: 
during the First Six Centuries 1894 ; Th 
132 



1899! ' 



Mysteries, Pagan and Christian, 1 
Mediaeval Church History, a Sketch, 
Address : The Precincts, Rochester. Club : 
United University. [Died 9 July 1908. 

HELMSFORD, 2nd Baron (U.K.) (cr. 1858), 
Frederic Augustus Thesiger, G.C.B. ; 
G.C.V.O. ; General, retired 1893 ; Col. 2nd 
Life Guards from 1900. [1st Baron Lord 
High Chancellor, 1858-59.1 b. 31 May 1827 : 
S. father, 1879- m. Adrla Fanny, e. d. of | 
Maj.-Gen. Heath, Bombay Army. Church 
of England. Unionist. Entered army 1844 ; .1 
served before Sebastopol (medal and clasp) ; 
Lieut.-Col. 95th Foot, 1858 ; Mutiny Central 
India ; Adj. -Gen. Abyssinian Campaign, 
1867-68 ; commanded forces in Kaffir War, 
1878 ; Zulu War, 1879 ; Gen. 1888 ; Lieut, 
of the Tower, 1884-89. Educ. : Eton. 
Recreation : music. Heir : s. Hon. Frederic 
J. N. Thesiger. Address : 5 Knaresborough 
Place, S.W. Club : United Service. 

[Died 9 Apr. 1905. 

CHELSEA, Viscount, Edward George Humphry 
John Cadogan ; g. s. and heir of 4th Earl 
Cadogan, and *. of late Viscount Chelsea 
and Hon. Mildred Cecilia Harriet Sturt, d. ,. 
of 1st Lord Alington. Heir : u. Hon. Gerlt 4 
Oakley Cadogan, b. 1869. Address : Culfoi i, 
Bury St. Edmunds; 3lA Green Street, 
Grosvenor Square, W. [Died 2 June WxM 
CHELSEA, Viscount, Henry Arthur Cadogan, 
M.P. (C.) Bury St. Edmunds from 1892; 
J.P. ; Capt. 3rd Batt. R. Fusiliers ; b. 13 > 
June 1868 ; e. s. and heir o! 4th Earl Cadogan i 
and Beatrice, d. of 2nd Earl of Craven ; m. 
Hon. Mildred Cecilia Harriet Sturt, d. of 1st K 
Lord Alington, 1892. Educ. : Eton ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb. Heir : s. Hon. Edward Geor 
Humphrey John, 6. 1903. Address : Culfc 
Bury St. Edmunds ; 3lA Green St 
Grosvenor Square, W. Club : Carlton. 

[Died 2 July 1< 

CHERRY-GARRARD, Major-General Apsle 
C.B. 1907 ; b. 1 Sept. 1832 ; *. of Gee 
Henry Cherry, of Denford, Hungerfoi 
Berks ; m. 1885, Evelyn, d. of H. Wils, 
Sharpin, of Bedford ; one s. five d. Educ. > 
Harrow ; Christ Church, Oxford. Joii 
90th Light Infantry, 1855 ; served Inc 
Mutiny : two defences of the Alumbagh ; 
assault, relief, and capture of Lucknow ; 
campaign in Oudh, 1857-59 (medal with 2 
clasps) ; South African War, 1877-78-79 ; 
Kaffir campaign ; operations in Waterkloof 
and in Perie-Bush ; attack on the Intala- 
ka-Udoda Bush; Zulu campaign; Battle 
of Ulundi (despatches, brevet of Lt.-Col. for 
distinguished service, medal and 
Address : Lamer Park, Wheathai 
Herts. Club : Naval and Military. 

[Died 8 Nov. 1907. 

CHESHAM, 3rd Baron (cr. 1858), Cl ' 
Compton William Cavendish, K.C.B. , 
1900 ; J.P., D.L. ; Master Royal B 
hounds, 1900 ; Lord of Bedchamber 
H.R.H. Prince of Wales from 1901 ; H( 
Col. Royal Bucks Hussars; b. 13 D 
1850 ; . of 2nd Baron and Henrietta, d. 
Rt. Hon. William S. S. Lascelles ; S. fatl 
1882; m. Lady Beatrice Constance Gi 
venor, 2nd d. of 1st Duke of Westmins' 
1877 ; one s. one d. Educ. : Et 
Entered Coldstream Guards, 1870 ; K 
Hussars, 1873 ; 16th Lancers, 1878 (ret 
1879). Served South Africa, 1900 (d< 
patches) ; Inspector-General Imperial Y<j 
manry, South Africa, 1901-2. O 
about 12,000 acres, exclusive of prc 
in London. Heir : s. Hon. John Comi 
Cavendish. Address : Latimer Hot 
Chesham, Bucks. Clubs : Guards', Ml 
borough Turf. [Died 9 Nov. 

CHESSON, Nora. See Hopper, Nora. 
CHESTER-MASTER, Thomas William Chester,! 
J.P. ; b. 1841 ; e. s. of late Thomas Willi 






WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Chester Master and Catherine Elizabeth, 
e. d. of Sir George Cornewall, 3rd Bart. ; 
m. 1866, Georgina Emily, 5th d. of late 
John Etherington Welch Rolls, of The 
Hendre, Co. Monmouth ; three s. four d. 
Educ. : Harrow ; Christ Church, Oxford. 
Col. late N. Gloucester Militia ; M.P. Ciren- 
cester, 1878-85 and 1902-3 (unseated on 
petition). Patron of two livings. Address : 
The Abbey, Cirencester ; Knole Park, 
Bristol. [Died 14 Nov. 1914. 

CHETWYND, Henry Goulburn Willoughby ; 
b. 12 Dec. 1858 ; heir-pres. of 7th Viscount 
Chetwynd ; e. s. of Capt. Henry Weyland 
Chetwynd, 3rd *. of 6th Viscount Chetwynd 
and Julia Bosville, d. of Duncan Davidson 
of Tulloch ; m. 1893, Eva Constance Elizabeth 
Fanny, e. d. of Augustus Berney of Bracon 
Hall, Norwich ; two d. [Died 1 July 1909. 
CHETWYND, 7th Viscount (cr. 1717), Richard 
Walter Chetwynd, D.L. ; Baron Rathdown, 
1717 : Peer of Ireland ; 6. 26 July 1823 ; 
S. father 1879 ; m. 1858, Harriet (d. 1898), 
d. of late Walter Campbell ; two d. Served 
in 14th Light Dragoons, 1847-53. Heir : c. 
Godfrey J. B. Chetwynd, b. 3 Aug. 1863. 
Address: 25 Elvaston Place, S.W. Club : 
Athenaeum. [Died 23 Jan. 1911. 

CHETWYND, Hon. Richard Walter, e. s. and 
heir of 7th Viscount Chetwynd ; b. 1859 ; 
m. 1889, Florence Mary, d. of late Col. T. 
Naylor-Leyland ; two d. Captain 3rd Batt. 
South Staffordshire Regiment (retired). 

[Died 6 March 1908. 

CHETWYND-STAPYLTON, Lieut.-Gen. Gran- 
ville George ; b. 22 March 1823 ; m. 1864, 
Lady Barbara Emily Maria Leeson, d. of 
4th Earl of Milltown ; one *. one d. Col. 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry ; retired, 
1881 : served Afghanistan, 1840-42 (medals). 
Address : 7 West Eaton Place, S.W. 

[Died 27 Apr. 1915. 
CHEYLESMORE, 2nd Baron (U.K.) (cr. 1887), 
William Meriton Eaton, D.L. [1st Peer 
raised at Queen Victoria's Jubilee] ; Director 
of Imperial Fire Insurance ; Trustee of the 
Chantrey Bequest ; b. London, 15 Jan. 1843 ; 
S. father, 1st Baron, 1891 ; unmarried. 
Educ. : Eton. Conservative. Contested 
Macclesfleld 1868, 1874, 1880. Owned 
Manor of Cheylesmore, Coventry, formerly 
possessed by Edward the Black Prince ; 
White's Club ; largest private collection 
of English mezzotint portraits. Heir : b. 
Col. Hon. H. F. Eaton. Address : 16 
Prince's Gate, S.W. Clubs : Carlton, 
Travellers', White's, Garrick, St. James's, 
Bachelors'. [Died 11 July 1902. 

CHEYNE, Sir John, K.B. ; cr. 1897 ; K.C. 
1897 ; M.A. (Oxon.), LL.D. (Glasgow) ; 
Sheriff of Renfrew and Bute from 1889 ; 
Procurator of Church of Scotland from 1891 ; 
Convener of Sheriffs of Scotland from 1887 ; 
Member of General Board of Lunacy for 
Scotland from 1895 ; b. Edinburgh, 15 Feb. 
1841 ; e. s. of Henry Cheyne, of Tangwick, 
Zetland, W.S., Edinburgh, and Barbara, d. 
of Wm. Hay, Hayfleld, Zetland ; m. 1st, 
( Margaret, d. of Arch. Simson, Planter, 
! Bengal, 1871 ; 2nd, Mary Isabella, d. of 
I James Edward of Balruddery, Forfarshire, 
1875 ; two d. Educ. : Edinburgh Academy ; 
I Glasgow and Edinburgh Universities ; and 
! Oxford (Scholar of Trinity Coll.). Scottish 
; Barr. 1865 ; Sheriff-Substitute of Forfar- 
shire at Dundee, 1870-85 ; Sheriff of Rox- 
! burgh, Berwick, and Selkirk, 1885-86 ; 
i Sheriff of Ross, Cromarty, and Sutherland, 
i 1886-89 ; Vice-Dean of Faculty of Advocates, 
i 1892-1905 ; Chairman of Boundary Com- 
1 missioners for Scotland, 1890-93 ; member 
of Royal Commission on Tweed and Solway 
I Fisheries, 1895-96. Address : 13 Chester 
I Street, Edinburgh. Club : University, 
Edinburgh. [Died 15 Jan. 1907. 



CHICHESTER 

CHEYNE, Rev. Thomas Kelly, D.Litt., D.D. ; 

Oriel Professor of Interpretation of Scripture, 
Oxford, 1885-1908, and Canon of Rochester, 
1885-1908 ; b. London, 18 Sept. 1841 ; y. s. 
of late Rev. Chas. Cheyne, 2nd master 
Christ's Hosp. ; g. s. of Rev. T. H. Home, 
author of the once much-used Introduction 
to the Holy Scriptures ; m. 1st, Frances E. 
(d. 1907), 3rd d. of late Rev. D. R. Godfrey, 
Fellow of Queen's Coll. Oxford, and Rector 
of Stow-Bedon, Norfolk ; 2nd, 1911, Eliza- 
beth Gibson, poetess. Educ. : Merchant 
Taylors' School ; Worcester Coll. Oxford ; 
Gottingen. Chancellor's English Essay, 
1864 ; Pusey and Ellerton Hebrew Scholar- 
ship, and other University prizes, 1864. 
Fellow of Balliol Coll. 1868; Hon. D.D. 
Edin. 1884 (Tercentenary), Glasgow, 1901 
(ninth Jubilee). Writer on subjects con- 
nected with the Bible from 1868 ; College 
Lecturer from 1865-80 ; Fellow of Balliol Coll. 
Oxford, 1868-82 ; Rector of Tendring, Essex, 
1880-85 ; member of Old Testament Re- 
vision Company, 1884 ; Bampton Lecturer, 
1889 ; American Lecturer on History of 
Religions, 1897-98 ; Hon. Fellow Oriel and 
Worcester Colleges ; Professor Emeritus in 
the University, 1909 ; Fellow of the British 
Academy. Publications : Notes and Critic- 
isms on the Hebrew Text of Isaiah, 1868 ; 
Book of Isaiah Chronologically Arranged, 
1870 ; The Prophecies of Isaiah, 2 vols. 
1880-81 ; The Book of Psalms : a New 
Translation, 1884-88, rewritten 1904 ; Job 
and Solomon, 1887 ; The Origin and Religi- 
ous Contents of the Psalter, 1891 ; Founders 
of Old Testament Criticism, 1894; Intro- 
duction to the Book of Isaiah, 1895 ; Isaiah, 
critically revised text, and translation in 
Sacred Books of the Old Testament, 1897- 
1899 ; Jewish Religious Life after the Exile, 
1898; The Christian Use of the Psalms, 
1899 ; joint editor of Encyclopaedia Biblica 
(vol. i. 1899, vol. ii. 1900, vol. iii. 1901, vol. 
iv. 1903) ; Critica Biblica, 1904 ; Bible 
Problems and the New Materials for their 
Solution, 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, 
1910 ; Mines of Isaiah Re-explored, 1912 ; 
The Veil of Hebrew History, 1913; Fresh 
Voyages on Unfrequented Waters, 1914 ; 
Articles in Encyclopaedia Britannica, last two 
editions. Address : Santa Lucia, Oakthorpe, 
Road, Oxford. [Died 16 Feb. 1915. 

CHICHELE-PLOWDEN, Sir Trevor John 
Chichele, K.C.S.I. ; cr. 1898; C.S.I.; 
Resident Hyderabad, 1882 ; b. 1846 ; s. of 
Trevor Chichele Plowden ; m. 1st, 1870, 
Millicent Frances (d. 1892), d. late Gen. Sir 
C. J. Foster, K.C.B. 2nd, 1895, Mary 
Beatrice Theresa, e. d. of Basil Thomas 
Fitzherbert of Swynnerton Park, Staffs. 
Educ. : Winchester. Entered I.C.S., 1868 ; 
Under-Secretary Home Department, 1873 ; 
Inspector- General of Police, Assam, 1876 ; 
Under-Secretary Foreign Department, 1877 ; 
Resident and Political Agent, Turkish 
Arabia, 1880 ; Consul-General, Baghdad, 
1880 ; Resident, Ajmir-Merwara, Mewah, and 
Kashmir, and Commissioner, Berar, consecu- 
tively, 1885-89 ; Resident at Hyderabad 
1891-1900. Address : Hazelhurst, Ore, Sussex. 
Club : Arthur's. [Died 5 Nov. 1905. 

CHICHESTER, Sir Arthur, 8th Bt. ; cr. 1641 ; 
b. 4 Oct. 1822 ; -S. father 1842. Educ. : 
Eton At one time Capt. 7th Hussars ; 
Hon. Col. Royal North Devon Y.C. Heir : 
s. Edward, b. Nov.1849. Address : Youlston, 
Barnstaple. Club: 



CHICHESTER, Rear -Admiral Sir Edward, 
9th Bart.; cr. 1641; C.M.G. 1899; C.B. 
133 



CHICHESTEK 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



1900 ; ft. 20 Nov. 1849 ; s. of 8th Bart. ; 

5. father 1898 ; ra. Catherina Emma, d. of 
late Commander R. C. Whyte, R.N. Naval 
A.D.C. to Queen Victoria, 1899-1901 ; Naval 
A. B.C. to the King, 1901-2 ; Rear-Admiral, 
1902. Served South Africa, 1899-1901 
(despatches). Heir : s. Edward George, 
ft. 1883. Address : Youlston, Barnstable. 

[Died 17 Sept. 1906. 

CHICHESTER, 4th Earl (cr. 1801), Sir Walter 
John Pelham, M.A. Bt. 1611 ; Baron Pelham 
of Stanmer, 1762. [Thomas Pelham of Stan- 
mer, S. Duke of Newcastle, 1768, as 6th Bt. 
and 2nd Baron Pelham of Stanmer by special 
remainder ; m. Anne, d. of Frederick Frank- 
land, Thirklely, great-g. of Oliver Cromwell 
Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, 1775, and 
other offices.] ft. Stanmer, 1838 ; m. 
Elizabeth Mary, o. c. of Hon. John Duncan 
Bligh, K.C.B., 1861. Gladstonian Liberal. 
Protestant. M.P. Lewes, 1865-74. Educ : 
Harrow ; Trin. Coll. Camb. Owned about 
13,000 acres. Portrait of Oliver Cromwell's 
Mother (Dutch School) ; portrait of Oliver 
Cromwell's Daughter, Lady Fauconberg ; 
Oliver Cromwell's pocket-Bible in 4 vols. 
with " Qui cessat esse melior cessat esse 
bonus," in Oliver Cromwell's own hand- 
writing. Recreations : study of contem- 
porary literature, biography, geology, biology. 
Eeif : b. Hon. Rev. Francis G. Pelham, 
b. 1844. Address : Stanmer, Lewes, Sussex. 
[Died 28 May 1902. 

CHICHESTER, 5th Earl (cr. 1801), Rev. 
Francis Godolphin Pelham, M.A. Bt. 1611 ; 
Baron Pelham of Stanmer, 1762. [Thomas 
Pelham of Stanmer, S. Duke of Newcastle, 
1768, as 6th Bt. and 2nd Baron Pelham of 
Stanmer by special remainder ; m. Anne, 
d. of Frederick Frankland, Thirklely, great- 
g.-s. of Oliver Cromwell, Keeper of the Great 
Wardrobe, 1775, and other offices.] Vicar 
of Great Yarmouth from 1900 ; Hon. Canon 
of Bangor from 1878 ; ft. 1844 ; 2nd . of 
3rd Earl and Lady Mary Brudenell, d. of 6th 
Earl of Cardigan ; S. ft. 1902 ; m. Hon. 
Alice Carr Glyn, d. of 1st Baron Wolverton. 
Educ. : Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A.). 
Ordained 1869 ; Rector of Upton Pyne, 1872- 
1876 ; Vicar of St. Mary's, Beverley, 1876-81 ; 
Rector of Halesowen, 1881-83 ; Chaplain to 
Archbishop of York, 1882-90; Rector of 
Lambeth, 1884-94 ; Chaplain to Bishop of 
- Winchester, 1890-96 ; Rector of Buckhurst 
Hill, 1894-1900. Heir: s. Lord Pelham. 
Recreations : golf, gardening, reading. Ad- 
dress : Stanmer, Lewes, Sussex. Clubs : 
Brooks's, National. [Died 21 Apr. 1905. 

CHICHESTER, Ma j. -Gen. Robert Bruce, C.B. ; 

6. 1825 ; m. 1st, 1860, Mary (d. 1862), d. 
of Rev. Thomas d'Eye Betts, Wortham Hall, 
Suffolk; 2nd, 1884, Jane, d. of late Capt. 
Helpman, R.N. Entered army, 1843 ; 
Maj-Gen. 1884 ; served Indian Mutiny, 1857- 
1858 (medal); commanded 81st Regiment, 
Afghan War, 1878-79 (C.B., medal with 
clasp). Club : Army and Navy. 

[Died 8 Dec. 1902. 

CHILCOTT, William Winsland, C.B. 1902; 
Engineer Rear- A dmiral, retired ; F.R.S.N.A.; 
ft. 3 October 1848 ; s. of late William Wins- 
land Chilcott, Chief Engineer, R.N. ; m. 
1901, Agatha Mary Theresa, d. of late John 
Arthur Mai tin, Town Clerk of the City of 
Dublin. Educ. : private tuition. Engineer 
student, 1863-68 ; student of Royal School 
of Naval Architecture, South Kensington, 
1868-72 ; fellow of the first class on passing 
out (F.R.S.N.A.), 1872 ; served at sea as 
engineer in H.M.S. " Euphrates " and 
" Minotaur," 1872-77 ; assistant to the 
Chief Engineer, and Lecturer on Marine 
Engineering to the engineer students, Devon- 
port Dockyard, 1877-90; Chief Engineer 
Sheerness Dockyard, 1890-96 ; Chief In 
134 



spector of Machinery, Mediterranean Fleet, 
1897-1902; employed at Admiralty on 
revision of personnel of Navy and in working 
out details of engineering training of cadets 
and mechanical ratings, 1902-6 (letter of 
thanks) ; retired 1907. Recreation . photo- 
graphy. Address : Cloragh House, Ashford, 
Co. Wicklow. Club : Union, Malta. 

[Died 24 Jan. 1915. 

CHILD, Arthur, Chief Justice of St. Lucia; 
member of Court of Appeal for the Wind- 
ward Islands ; ft. 20 Nov. 1852 ; llth *. of 
Henry Child, solicitor, of Doctors' Commons, 
London ; m. 1884. Educ. : privately ; 
University Coll. London. Called to Bar 
Middle Temple, 1876 ; went S.E. Circuit ; 
stipendiary magistrate, Trinidad, 1882 ; 
acting puisne judge, Trinidad, 1887-88 ; 
captain commanding San Fernando volun- 
teers, acting chief justice St. Lucia, 1889 ; 
confirmed, 1890 ; administered government, 
1894-95. Address: St. Lucia, British W. 
Indies. [Died 24 Aug. 1902. 

CHILD, Lieut. Herbert Alexander, R.N., C.M.G. 
1911 ; Director of Marine, Southern Nigeria, 
from 1906. Entered Navy, 1883 ; promoted 
Midshipman, 1885 ; Lieut. 1891 : served 
Gambia, 1891-2 (medal and clasp) ; Benin 
River, 1894 (despatches, clasp) ; operations 
against Brass chiefs, 1895 (clasp) ; against 
King of Benin, 1897 (despatches, clasp): 
Aro Expedition, 1901-2 (despatches, medal 
and clasp); Bibiala Expedition, 1903 
(despatches, clasp) ; Kwale Expedition 
1905 (clasp). Address : Lagos, S. Nigeria. 
[Died Oct. 1914. 

CHINNERY-HALDANE, Rt. Rev. James Robert 
Alexander, Bishop of Argyll and the Isles 
from 1883 ; ft. 14 Aug. 1842 ; m. 1864, 
Anna, o. c. of late Rev. Sir Nicholas Chinnery 
Bt. ; two s. Educ. : Trin. Coll. Camb. 
LL.B. 1864; D.D. 1888. Deacon, 1866; 
Prest, 1867 ; Incumbent of Nether Lochaber, 
1876-95 ; Dean of Argyll and the Isles, 
1881-83. Publications : Charges ; The Scot- 
tish Communicant ; The Communicant's' 
Guide, etc. Address : Alltshellach, Onich 
Scotland. [Died 16 Feb. 1906.. 

CHINOY, Hon. Fazulbhoy Meherally, J.P. ; 
representative of the Musulmans of Bombay 
on H.E. the Governor's Legislative Council, 
Bombay ; a member of the Bombay Muni- 
cipal Corporation, and chairman of its Stand- 
ing Committee ; Merchant and Guaranteed 
Broker to Bombay Flour and Oil Mills, and 
W. & A. Graham & Coy. ; ft. Bombay ; 
m. ; two *. one d. Educ. : Bombay. 
Address : Park House, Colaba, Bombay, 
India. Club : Orient, Bombay. 

[Died July 1915. 

CHIPPINDALL, Lt.-Gen. Edward, C.B. (1869) > 
J.P. ; Colonel Princess of Wales's Own 
(Yorkshire Regiment) from 1896 ; ft. 1827. 
Entered army, 1847 ; Lt.-Gen. (retired), 
1886 ; served Punjab campaign with 32nd 
Regt., 1848-49 (medal with two clasps); 
Crimea, with 19th Regt., 1854-56 (medal 
with three clasps, Legion of Honour, Turkish 
medal, and 5th class Medjidieh) ; Brigade- 
Major Light Division, 1855-56; Hazara 
expedition, 1868 (medal with clasp, des- 
patches) ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria, 1872-83. 
Address : Barrow-on-Soar, Loughborough. 
Clubs : United Service, Hurlingham. 

[Died 13 Sept. 1902. 

CHITTY, Arthur Whatley, C.I.E., 1897; 
retired, late commander Indian Navy ; 6. 
1824 ; s. of Chas. Chitty of Mantham, near 
Horsham, Sussex ; m. d. of Sir G. Jameson 
of Bombay, 1863. Educ. : private school, 
Highgate. In Indian Navy, 1839-83; 
served blockade of Shugra, 1841 ; in Scind 
War, 1842-43 ; throughout Persian War, 
1856-57 ; Indian Mutiny and bombardment 
of Dwarka (received the approbation of Her 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



Majesty Queen Victoria) ; rescued families 
from mutineers at Rutnagarie ; landed troops 
on Malabar coast at height of monsoon 
for protection in Southern Maharatta country; 
China War, 1860-61: transport officer for 
Indian Govern, at Suez, 1879-84 ; agent 
to Government of India in Egypt, 1884 ; 
consulting officer at the Admiralty for Indian 
Troop Service, 1884-95 ; member of Inter- 
national Suez Canal Commission, Paris, 1884 ; 
in special attendance on H.R.H. (late) Duke 
of Saxe-Coburg Gotha, conveying a royal 
party from port to port in the Red Sea, 
and expedition into Abyssinia in 1862 ; in 
command of H.M.S. " Victoria." Decorated 
for long service ; medal and clasp for Persia ; 
medal and clasp for China ; two medals for 
Egypt ; C.I.E. [Died 18 June 1905. 

CHITTY, Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph William, K.B. ; 
cr. 1881 ; P.C. 1897 ; a Lord Justice of the 
Court of Appeal, 1897 ; b. 1828 : m. Clara, 
d. of Rt. Hon. Sir F. Pollock, 1st Bt., 1858 
Educ. : Eton ; Balliol Coll. Oxford (Vine- 
rian Scholar) ; Fellow of Exeter Coll. Oxford, 
1852. Barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1856 Q C 
1874 ; M.P. Oxford, 1880-81 ; Judge in 
Chancery Division of High Court of Justice, 
1881-97. Recreation : thrice stroke of 
Oxford boat. Address : 33 Queen's Gate 
Gardens W. Clubs : Athenaeum, Oxford 
and Cambridge. [Died 15 Feb. 1899. 

CHOLMELEY, Sir Hugh Arthur Henry, 4th 
Bt. ; cr. 1806 ; J.P., D.L. ; b. 18 Oct. 1839 ; 
s. of 3rd Bt. and Lady Georgiana Beauclerk, 
5th d. of 8th Duke of St. Albans ; S. father 
1874 ; m. Edith, d. of Sir C. R. Rowley, 4th 
Bt., 1874. Educ. : Harrow. Formerly in 
Grenadier Guards ; retired as Capt M P 
Grantham, 1868-80. Owned about 11,500 
acres. Heir : s. Montague, b. 12 June, 
1876 ; [m. 1903, Mabel Janetta, e. d. of M. 
W. Sibthorp of Canwick Hall, Lincoln.] 
Address : Easton, Grantham. Club : Brooks's. 
[Died 14 Feb. 1904. 

CHOLMELEY, Sir Montague Audrey Rowley, 
5th Bt. ; cr. 1806 ; b. 12 June, 1876 : *. of 
4th Bt. and Edith, d. of Sir C. R. Rowley, 
4th Bt. ; S. father 1904 ; m. 1903, Mabel 
Janetta, e. d. of M. W. Sibthorp of Canwick 
Hall, Lincoln ; one *. one d. Educ. : Eton. 
Captain Grenadier Guards. Owned about 
11,500 acres. Heir : s. Hugh John Francis 
Sibthorp, b. 7 Feb. 1906. Address : Easton, 
Grantham. Norton Place, Normanby-by- 
Spital, Lincoln ; Glentham. Club : Guards'. 



[Died 24 Dec. 1914. 
f. Hon. Henry Pitt, 



CHOLMONDELEY, Rev ______ __ ......... 

Hon. Canon of Gloucester ; Rector of Broad 
well with Adlestrop from 1852 ; b. 1820 : *. 
of 1st Baron Delamere ; m. 1848, Hon. 
Mary Leigh, d. of 1st Baron Leigh. Educ. : 
Christ Church, Oxford. B.A., M A Or- 
dained, 1845 ; Fellow of All Souls College, 
1841-48; Rector of Hamstall-Ridware, 
1848-52 ; Rural Dean of Stow on the Wold 
Deanery, 1875-91. Publications : Parish 
Sermons, 1856 ; One more Guide-Post on an 
Old Path, 1879. Address: Adlestrop Rectory, 
Chipping Norton. [Died 14 Apr. 1905. 

CHOMLEY, Arthur Wolfe, County Court 
Judge, Victoria, from 1885; b. Wicklow, 
4 May 1837 ; s. of Rev. Francis Chomley, 
Vicar of Wicklow ; m. 1867, Juliana Char- 
lotte, d. of Edward James Hogg ; two *. 
five d. Educ. : Dr. Delamere's School, 
Holywell. Went to Victoria, 1849 ; called 
to Bar, 1863 ; Secretary to Law Dept., 
Victoria, 1860-70 ; Crown Prosecutor, 1870- 
1885; Acting Judge of Supreme Court, 
Victoria, May to December, 1906. Address : 



CH 9 RLTON. Rev. Samuel 6 , "XaV 

Pitsmoor from 1872 ; Canon of York from 



OHRYSTAL 

1905 Educ.: Trinity College, Dublin. 
Ordained, 1866 ; Second Master Sheffield 
Grammar School ; Prebendary of Osbald- 
wick. Address: Pitsmoor Vicarage, Shef- 
.freld. [Died 19 Nov. 1911. 

CHRISTIE, Richard Copley, M.A. (1855), Hon. 
LL.D., J.P. ; b. Lenton, Notts, 1830 ; y. s. 
of Lorenzo Christie (d. 1892). Edale, Derby- 
shire, and Ann, d. of Isaac Bayley, Lenton 
bands, Notts ; m. Mary Helen, d. of Samuel 
Fletcher, Broomneld, Manchester, 1861. 
Educ. : Lincoln Coll. Oxford. 1st class Law 
and History, Oxford, 1853; Hon. LL.D. 
Victoria, 1895. Professor of History at 
Owens Coll. Manchester, 1854-66 ; of 
Political Economy. 1855-66 ; Barr. Lin- 
coln's Inn, 1857 ; Chancellor of the Diocese 
of Manchester, 1872-93 ; Chairman of Sir 
Joseph Whitworth & Co., Limited, 1887-97 ; 
President of the Chetham Society from 
1884 ; of the Record Society of Lancashire 
and Cheshire, 1883-95 ; of the Library 
Association of the United Kingdom, 1889 ; 
a governor of the Owens College and of, 
the Royal Holloway College. Publications : 
Etienne Dolet, the Martyr of the Renaissance, 
a Biography, 1880 2nd edit. 1899 (French 
translation, 1886) ; Old Church and School 
Libraries of Lancashire (Chet. Soc.), 1885 ; 
editor of Diary and Correspondence of Dr. 
John Worthington, vol. ii. pt. ii. 1886 ; 
Bibliography of the Writings of Dr. J. 
Worthington, 1888 ; Annales Cestrienses, 
1887 ; Letters of Sir Thomas Copley, 1897. 
Address : Ribsden, Windlesham, Surrey. 
Club : Athenaeum. [Died 9 Jan. 1901. 

CHRISTIE, William Langham, J.P., D.L. ; 
b. 31 May 1830 ; o. s. of Langham Christie 
of Preston Deanery, Co. Northampton, and 
Margaret Elizabeth, d. of W. Gosling ; m. 
1855, Agnes Hamilton, d. of late Col. 
Augustus Saltren Clevland of Tapeley Park ; 
three s. two d. Heir : Augustus Langham 
[educ. : Eton ; Trin. Hall, Cambridge ; m. 
1882, Lady Rosamond Alicia, 3rd d. of 5th 
Earl of Portsmouth]. Educ. : Eton ; 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge, M.A., 1855 ; patron 
of one living ; formerly Capt. Northampton 
Militia ; M.P. Lewes, 1874-85. Address : 
Glyndebourne, Lewes ; 117 Eaton Square, 
S.W. Clubs : Carlton, Oxford and Cambridge. 
T.A. : Ringmer. [Died 28 Nov. 1913. 

CHRISTOPHER, Rev. Alfred Millard William, 
M.A. ; Rector of St. Aldate's, Oxford, 
1859-1905 ; Hon. Canon, Christ Church. 
Oxford, from 1886 ; b. 1820 ; s. of George 
Christopher of Morton House, Chiswick, 
and of Grangefield, County Durham ; m. 
1844, Maria Frances (d. 1903), 2nd d. of 
Thomas Christopher ; two s. Educ. : Jesus 
College, Cambridge (19th Wrangler). Or- 
dained, 1849 ; Principal of La Martiniere, 
Calcutta, 1844-49 ; Curate of St. John, 
Richmond, Surrey, 1849-55 ; Association 
Secretary, C.M.S., 1855-59; Vice-President 
C.M.S. and British and Foreign Bible Society. 
Publication : Edited Memoir of Rev. J. J. 
Weitbrecht, C.M.S. Missionary, Bengal, 
1854. Address : 4 Norham Road, Oxford. 
Club : National. [Died 10 Mar. 1913. 

CHRISTY, Stephen Henry, D.S.O. 1905; 6. 
27 Apr. 1879 ; y. s. of late Stephen Christy 
of Highfleld, Bramall, Cheshire ; m. 1905, 
Violet (d. 1913), y. d. of late William Chapell- 
Hodge of Pounds, S. Devon. Entered 20th 
Hussars, 1899 ; served S. Africa, 1901-2 
(Queen's medal, 4 clasps) ; N. Nigeria, 1903, 
Sokoto-Burmi Expedition (wounded, des- 
patches, D.S.O., medal and clasp) ; retired 
1906 ; M.F.H. Recreations : hunting and 
big game shooting. Address : Plaish Hall, 
near Church Stretton, Salop. Club: Cavalry. 
[Died 27 Oct. 1914. 

CHRYSTAL, George, M.A., LL.D. ; Hon. 
Fellow Corpus Christ! College, Cambridge ; 
135 



CHURCH 



Professor of Mathematics, Edinburgh Uni- 
versity, from 1879; Dean of the Faculty 
of Arts ; Secretary, Royal Society of Edin- 
burgh from 1901 ; Chairman of first Edin- 
burgh Provincial Committee for the Training 
of Teachers ; ft. Aberdeenshire, 8 Mar. 1851 ; 
married ; four s. two d. Educ. : Grammar 
School, Aberdeen ; Univs. of Aberdeen and 
Camb. ; Smith's Prizeman and 2nd "Wrangler 
1876 ; Fellow and Lecturer, Corpus Christi 
Coll. Camb. : Professor of Mathematics, St. 
Andrews. Publications: Treatise on Algebra 
Part I. (3rd ed.) 1893, Part II. 1889 ; 
Introduction to Algebra, 1898 ; articles in 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, Electricity and 
Magnetism, etc. ; Contributions to Nature, 
Philosophical Magazine ; Proceedings and 
Transactions of Royal Society of Edinburgh ; 
in particular a series of memoirs on the 
Oscillations of Lakes (Seiches). Recreations : 
angling, photography, cycling. Address : 
5 Belgrave Crescent, Edinburgh. 

[Died 3 Nov. 1911. 

CHURCH, Rev. Alfred John, M.A. ; ft. 29 Jan. 
1829 ; 3rd *. of John T. Church, solicitor. 
Educ.: King's Coll. London ; Lincoln Coll. Ox- 
ford. Assistant Master in Merchant Taylor's 
School, London, 1857-70; Headmaster of 
Henley Grammar School, 1870-72 ; Head- 
master of Retford Grammar School, 1873-80 ; 
Professor of Latin in Univ. Coll. London, 
1880-88 ; Rector of Ashley, Tetbury, 
Gloucestershire, 1892-97. Prize j'oem on 
sacred subjects, Oxford, 1884. Publications : 
Stories from Homer Virgil, Greek Tragedians, 
Livy, Herodotus, Two Thousand Years Ago, 
Fall of Carthage, etc. ; Memories of Men 
and Books, 1908 ; translator of Tacitus (in 
collaboration with Rev. VV. J. Brodribb), 
etc. Recreation : golf. Address : 12 Den- 
bigh Gardens, Richmond, Surrey. 

[Died 27 Apr. 1912. 

CHURCH, Sir Arthur Herbert, K.C.V.O., cr. 
1909; M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., F.S.A. ; Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry, Royal Academy of Arts, 
1879-1911 ; Fellow, King's College, London ; 
on Council Royal Society, 1911-12; 6. 
London, 2 June 1834 ; 4th *. of John T. 
Church ; m. 1879, Jemima, y. d. of late J. 
Buckingham Pope. Educ. : King's College, 
London ; Royal College of Chemistry, and 
Lincoln College, Oxford. 1st class in Natural 
Science School, Oxford ; Professor of 
Chemistry in the Royal Agricultural Coll. 
Cirencester, 1863-79 ; Lecturer, Cooper's 
Hill, 1888-1900; discoverer of turacin, an 
animal pigment containing 7 per cent of 
metallic copper, and of churchite, a native 
cerium phosphate, and of other new minerals ; 
President of Mineralogical Society, 1898- 
1901. Publications : scientific memoirs on 
organic, physiological, and mineral chemistry; 
vegetable albinism ; colein or erythrophyll ; 
aluminium in vascular cryptogams, etc. 
Precious Stones, 5th ed. 1905; English 
Earthenware, 6th ed. 1911 ; English Porce- 
lain, 6th ed. 1911 ; The Laboratory Guide, 
8th ed. 1906 ; Food Grains of India, 1886 ; 
Food, 16th thousand, 1901 ; Josiah Wedg- 
wood, 2nd ed. 1903 ; Colour, 2nd ed. 1887 ; 
Guide to Corinium Museum, 10th ed. 1910 ; 
Chemistry of Paints and Painting, 3rd ed. 
1901 ; Classified Papers and Letters and 
Papers in Royal Society Archives, 1907-8. 
Recreations : collection and study of Japan- 
ese metal work, Oriental and English pottery, 
precious stones, Italian and Oriental em- 
broideries ; exhibited at the R.A. Address : 
Shelsley, Kew Gardens. Club : Burlington 
Fine Arts. [Died 31 May 1915. 

CHURCH, Rev. Charles Marcus, M.A., F.S.A. ; 
Prebendary 1855 ; Subdean 1861 ; Resi- 
dentiary Canon of Wells from 1879. Educ. : 
Oriel Coll. Oxford (2nd class Lit. Hum.). 
Vice-Principal Wells Theological College, 
136 . 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



1854-66; Principal 1866-80. Publicationt : 
The Greek Frontier, in New Quarterly, 1873 ; 
joint editor, Chapters in an Adventurous 
Life, Sir R. Church, 1895 ; Chapters in the 
Early History of the Church of Wells, 1894 ; 
papers in Archseologia relating to Wells 
Cathedral Church, 1886-1900 ; Wells Cathed- 
ral and Palace, 1897 ; Wells Chapter 
Library, 1902 ; Historic Traditions at Wells, 
1904. Address : N. Liberty Wells, Somer- 
set. Club : Royal Societies. 

[Died 8 Feb. 1915. 

CHURCH, Col. George Earl ; Companion 
First Class, Military Order Loyal Legion 
of the U.S. ; ex-member of Council of Royal 
Geographical Society, and member of 
Council of Hakluyt Society ; F.R JS.S. ; 
member American Society of Civil Engineers, 
etc. ; ft. New Bedford, Massachusetts, 7 Dec. 
1835 ; *. of George W. Church and Margaret, 
d. of Rufus Fisher, of Martha's Vineyard, 
Massachusetts ; m. 1st, 1882, Alice (d. 1898), 

d. of Jefferson Church, of New Jersey ; 2nd, 
1907, Annie Marion, d. of Sir Robert Harding 
and widow of Frederick Chapman. Educ. : 
Rhode Island High School ; private tutors. 
Resident engineer great Hoosac Tunnel ; 
member Scientific Exploring Expedition in 
South America, 1858 ; Capt., Lt.-Col., Col. 
and Brig. Commander, United States Volun- 
teers hi Army of Potomac, 1862-65 ; served 
in Mexico, 1866-67, during which he also 
acted as war correspondent of New York 
Herald, editorial staff of which he afterwards 
joined ; extensive explorations of large part 
of mterior of South America, including 
descent of River Amazon from its Bolivian 
source, 1868-72 ; effort to open Bolivia via 
the River Amazon, 1872-79 ; United States 
Commissioner to visit and report on Ecuador, 
1880 ; voyage to Costa Rica to settle foreign 
debt, and report on Costa Rica railway, 
1895 ; represented American Society of 
Civil Engineers at London Congress of 
Hygiene and Demography, 1891 ; President 
Geographical Section of British Association, 
1898 ; at various periods of time engaged 
in the engineering and construction abroad 
of large public works. Publications : on 
history, exploration, travel, and numerous 
papers in Journal of Royal Geographical 
Society. Recreation : travel. Address : 216 
Cromwell Road, S.W. Clubs : Savage, 
Ranelagh ; Century Association, Army and 
Navy Explorers, New York City. 

[Died 4 Jan. 1910. 

CHURCHILL, Lord Edward Spencer-, D.L. ; 
*. of 6th Duke of Marlborough and Jane 
Frances Clinton, d. of Hon. E. R. Stewart ; 
6. 28 March 1853; m. 1874, Augusta, d. 
of Major G. D. Warburton, M.P., and Lady 
Northwick ; one . two d. Educ. : Eton. 
Served for nine years in Isle of Wight Artillery 
Militia ;I D.L. County of Worcester ; 
F.R.A.S., F.R.M.S. Address : 28 Gros- 
venor Street, W. ; Queensmead, Windsor. 
Clubs: Carlton, Travellers', Hurlingham, 
Athenaeum. [Died 5 May 1911. 

CHURSTON, 2nd Baron (U.K.) (cr. 1858), 
John Yarde-Buller, J.P. ; Bt. 1790 ; Capt. 
retired, 1871, Scots Guards ; b. 26 Oct. 1846 ; 

e. . of Hon. John Yarde-Buller [e. s. of 1st 
Baron] and Charlotte, 3rd d. of Edward S. C. 
Pole, Radborne, Derbyshire ; S. grandfather 
1871 ; m. Barbara, o. c. of Admiral Sir H. 
R. Yelverton, G.C.B., and Barbara, Baroness 
Gray de Ruthyn, Marchioness of Hastings, 
1872 ; one . one d. Owned about 11,000 
acres. Heir : s. Hon. J. R. L. Yarde-Buller. 
Address : Lupton, Brixham, S. Devon. 
Clubs : Guards', Royal Yacht Squadron, 
Cowes. [Died 30 Nov. 1910. 

CHURTON, Ht. Rev. Edward Townson, M.A., 
D.D. (Hon.); b. 1841; *. of Ven. Edward 
Churton, Archdeacon of Cleveland ; w. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



CLARETIE 



Caroline, d. of Rev. C. J. Daniel, Vicar of 
Hope, Derbyshire, 1867 (d. 1890). Educ. : 
Eton (King's Scholar); Oriel Coll. Oxford 
(M.A.). Ordained 1866 ; vicar St. Baro- 
tholmew, Charlton, next Dover, 1877-86 ; 
Bishop of Nassau, 1886-1900 (resigned). 
Publications : The Island Missionary of the 
Bahamas ; The Missionary's Foundation of 
Christian Doctrine, 1890; Retreat Ad- 
dresses, 1893 ; The Sanctuary of Missions, 
1898 ; Foreign Missions, 1901 ; The Use 
of Penitence, 1905. Address: Longcroft, 
Torquay. [Died 1 May 1912. 

CHURTON, Rt. Rev. Henry Norris, D.D., 
Bishop of Nassau, cons. 13 July 1902 ; 4th 
s of Edward Churton, Archdeacon of Cleve- 
land ; b. 15 Jan. 1843 ; m. 1882, Ellen 
Margaret Wiggins (d. 1887). Educ. : Eton 
(Newcastle Scholar, 1861); University 
College, Oxford (2nd Class). Ordained 
1868 ; Curate of Stoke-on-Trent. 1868-70 ; 
East Retford, 1870-72 ; Christ Church, West 
Bromwich, 1872-79 ; Vicar of St. John 
Evangelist, West Bromwich, 1879-83 ; 
Curate of St. James' Chapel, Avonwiek, 
1884-91 ; Diocesan Treasurer and Missioner, 
1892-1901 ; Examining Chaplain to Bishop 
of Nassau, 1893-1901 ; Archdeacon of 
Bahamas, 1898-1901. Address : Addington 
House, Nassau, Bahamas. 

[Died 20 Jan. 1904 

CHURTON, Ven. Archdeacon Theodore Town- 
son ; Rector of Bexhill from 1900 ; Arch- 
deacon of Hastings, 1912; Examining 
Chaplain to Lord Bishop of Chichester from 
1902 ; Surrogate, 1909 ; b. 24 April 1853 ; 
s. of Rev. Prebendary H. B. W. Churton 
(Vicar of Icklesham, Sussex, and Examining 
Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Chichester) , 
m. 1893, Ethel Mary d. of the Rev. Percy 
Andrews ; one *. two d. Educ. : Guild- 
ford ; New Coll. Oxford. Deacon, 1882 
Priest, 1883 ; Curate of Holy Trinity 
Hastings, 1882-83 ; Icklesham, 1883-91 
Vicar of Icklesham, 1891-1900 ; Archdeacon 
of Lewes, 1908-12. Address : The Rectory 
Bexhill, Sussex. [Died I June 1915 

CLANCY, Rt. Rev. John, D.D., R.C. Bishop o 
Elphin, consecrated 24 March 1895 ; b 
Sooey, Co. Sligo, 23 Dec. 1856. Educ. 
Marist Brothers' School, Sligo ; Summer 
Hill Coll. ; St. Patrick Coll. Maynooth 
Professor in the Diocesan Coll. Sligo, 1883 
1887 ; Professor of Rhetoric and English 
Literature in Maynooth Coll. 1887-95 
Recreations : books, music. Address : St 
Mary's, Sligo, Ireland. [Died 20 Oct. 1912 
CLANWILLIAM, 4th Earl of (cr. 1776), Richard 
James Meade, G.C.B., K.C.M.G., F.R.G.S. 
Bt. 1703 ; Viscount Clanwilliam, Baron 
Gillford, 1766 ; Baron Clanwilliam (U.K.) 
1828 ; Admiral of the Fleet, 1895 ; b. 3 Oct 
1832; *. of 3rd Earl and Elizabeth, d. o 
llth Earl of Pembroke ; S. father 1879 
m. Elizabeth, d. of Sir A. E. Kennedy 
G.C.M.G., C.B., Governor of Queensland 
Entered navy, 1845 ; served in the Baltic 
1854-55 ; severely wounded at Canton 
Dec. 1857 ; Commander, 1858 ; Capt. 1859 
Naval Aide-de-Camp to Queen, 1872-76 
Lord of the Admiralty, 1874-80; Rear 
Admiral, 1876 ; commanded detachec 
squadron, 1880-81; Vice-Admiral, 1881 
Commander-in-Chief N. American and W 
Indian Stations, 1885-86 ; Admiral, 1886 
Commander-in-Chief at Portsmouth, 1891 
1894; Admiral of the Fleet, 1895-1902 
retired, 1902. Heir : s. Lord Dromore 
Address : 32 Belgrave Square, S.W. ; Gi 
Hall, Dromore, Co. Down. Clubs : Unite 
Service, Carlton, Travellers' ; Kildare Street 
Dublin. [Died 4 Aug. 1907 

CLAPIN, Adolphus Philip, I.S.O. 1908; 
1828. N.S.W. Civil Service. 1850-1907. 

[Died 3 Jan. 191 



LARE, Octavius Leigh, Vice - Chancellor 

County Palatine of Lanes from 1905 ; b. 

1841 ; t. of W. Clare and Elizabeth Leigh. 
Educ. : Rossall ; St. John's Coll. Camb. 
Bencher, Inner Temple, 1900; M.P. (C.) 
Eccles Div. S.E. Lancashire, 1895-1906 
Address : Boden Hall, Scholar Green, 
Cheshire. Clubs : Carlton; Union Man- 
chester. [Died 16 July 1912, 

LARENDON, 5th Earl of (2nd cr. 1776), 
Edward Hyde Villiers, G.C.B., cr. 1902; 
G.C.V.O., cr. 1905; P.C., M.A. Baron 
Hyde, 1736. A.D.C. to the King ; Lord- 
Lieut. Hertfordshire from 1892 ; Hon. Col. 
Herts Yeomanry ; President and Chairman 
of Herts Territorial Association ; a Lord 
Chamberlain to Queen Victoria and King 
Edward VII. Origin of Title: Clarendon, 
Wiltshire ; b. London, 11 Feb. 1846 ; s. 
of 4th Earl and Lady Katharine, d. of 1st 
Earl of Verulam, and widow of John Barham 
of Stockbridge, Hants ; S. father 1870 ; m. 
1st, 1876, Lady Caroline Elizabeth Agar 
(d. 1894), e. d. of 3rd Earl of Normanton ; 
one s. one d. ; 2nd, 1908, widow of Hon. 
Edward Bourke. Educ. : Harrow ; Trinity 
Coll. Camb. M.A. ; 3rd class Classical Tripos. 
Contested South Warwickshire, 1868 ; M.P. 
Brecon, 1869-70; Lord Chamberlain, 1900- 
1905 ; Liberal Unionist. Owned about 5000 
acres, Herts and Warwickshire (Kenilworth). 
Vandykes, Lelys, C. Jansens, Wlssings, 
Honthorsts, etc. Recreations : hunting 
shooting, billiards. Heir : t. Lord Hyde. 
Address : The Grove, Watford ; Kenil- 
worth Castle (ruin). Clubs : Brooks's, 
Marlborough, Turf. [Died 2 Oct. 1915. 

CLARETIE, Jules Arsene Arnaud, Director 
of Come'die Francaise from 1885 ; b. Limoges, 
3 Dec. 1840. Educ. : Lyce*e Bonaparte, 
Paris. War correspondent in Italy, 1866; 
Metz, 1870 ; Office with the Staff, Paris, 1871 ; 
contested (Republican) Haute Vienne, 1871 ; 
Officer of Legion of Honour, 1887 ; Com- 
mander, 1894 ; Member French Academy, 
1889 ; President hon. de la Socie'te' des Gens 
de Lettres ; President hon. de la Socie'te' 
de la Revolution francaise ; membre de 
I'Acade'mie du Canada. Publications : Une 
Drolesse, 1862 ; L'Assassin, 1866 ; La Libre 
Parole, 1868 ; La Debacle, 1868 ; Paris 
Assiege", 1871 ; Les Muscadins, 1872 ; Le 
Beau Solignac, 1873 ; Portraits Contempor- 
ains, 1875 ; Le Troisieme Dessous ; Le 
Drapeau, 1879 ; Le Million, 1880 ; Monsieur 
le Ministre, 1881 ; Les Amours d'un Interne, 
1881 ; Le Prince Zilah, 1884 ; La Vie 
Moderne au Theatre, 1868-69 ; Moliere, sa 
Vie et ses (Euvres, 1871 ; I/Art et les 
Artistes francais, 1873 ; La Cigarette, 1890 ; 
Candidat, 1889 ; Brichanteau, comedien 
francais, 1891 ; La Frontiere, 1898 ; L'Accu- 
sateur, 1893 ; La Sang francais, 1901 ; 
Profits de Theatre et Souvenirs sur Victor 
Hugo, 1902; La Vie a Paris (de 1889 a 
1908). Plays : Les Muscadins (drame) ; 
M. le Ministre (Come'die) ; Les Mirabeau 
(drame) ; Les Ingrats (Come'die) ; Le Petit 
Jacques (drame) ; Le Regiment de Cham- 
pagne (drame) ; Le Prince Zilah (Come'die) ; 
La Navarraise (ope"ra) ; The're'se (ope"ra). 
Histoire : Camille Desmoulins et les Dan- 
tonistes ; Les Derniers Montagnards ; 
Histoire de la Revolution de 1870-71 ; La 
Guerre nationale. His son, Georges Claretie 
(b. Paris, 5 July 1875), barrister, is the 
author of De Syracuse a Tripoli, 1906; 
Denies 1'Empoisonneur, 1907 ; re"dacteur 
Judiciaire au Figaro ; membre de 1'Associa- 
tion des Journalistes de Parisiens et des 
Journalistes Republicains ; membre du 
Conseil Judiciaire de la Come'die Frangaise ; 
de la Soci^te" des Gens de Lettres. Address : 
45 rue de Belle Chasse, Paris ; Viroflay, 
Seine-et-Oise. [Died 23 Dec. 1913, 

137 



CLARINA 

CLARINA, 4th Baron (cr. 1800), Eyre Challoner 
Henry Massey, C.B., D.L., J.P. ; Representa- 
tive Peer for Ireland from 1888 ; Col. 
Durham Light Infantry from 1895 ; b. 
29 April 1830 ; S. father 1872. Entered 
army, 1847 ; served in Crimea, 1854-56 ; 
Maj. 95th Foot, 1857 ; Lieut-Col, in Army, 
1858 ; in Indian Muntiny Campaign, 1858 ; 
Knight of Legion of Honour and of the 
Medjidie (5th class), 1856 ; Lieut.-Col. 
97th Regt. 1873 ; commanded troops Dublin 
District, 1881-86 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1885 ; Gen. 
1891 ; retired 1891. Owned about 2000 
acres. Heir : b. Lionel, b. 1837. Address : 
Elm Park, Clarina, Limerick. Clubs : 
United Service, Junior Constitutional ; 
Kildare Street, Dublin. 

[Died 16 Dec. 1897. 

CLARK, Andrew, Hon. D.Sc. Oxon.; F.R.C.S.; 
Hon. Surgeon to the King ; Consulting 
Surgeon to the Middlesex Hospital and to 
the Marylebone General Dispensary ; Knight 
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jeru- 
salem ; Col. A.M.S., T. ; Assistant Director 
of Medical Services, 2nd London Division, 
T.F. (retired) ; Vice-President and Gold 
Medallist of British Medical Association; 
b. London ; *. of Benjamin Clark, F.R.C.S. ; 
m. Mary Helen, o. d. of Joseph Hargreaves, 
Liverpool; one s. five d. Educ.: Private 
school ; Univ. Coll. London. Address : 
Cowley Grove, Uxbridge. Club : Junior 
Army and Navy. [Died 29 Aug. 1913. 

CLARK, Andrew Rutherfurd Clark, LL.D. ; 
late Judge of Court of Session, Scotland, 
resigned 1896 ; b. 1828 ; *. of Rev. T. 
Clark, St. Andrew's Church, Edinburgh; 
m. d. of Maj. James H. Rutherford, R.E. 
Scotch Bar, 1849 ; Sheriff of Inverness, 
1860-63 ; Haddington and Berwick, 1863- 
1874 ; Dean of Faculty, 1874-75 ; Judge, 
1875-96. Address : 17 Great Stuart Street, 
Edinburgh. [Died 26 July 1899. 

CLARK, Rev. Francis Storer, M.A. ; Vicar 
of S. Peter's, Greenwich, from 1870 ; Hon. 
Canon of Southwark ; b. 19 Jan. 1836 ; . 
of Robert Clark, surgeon, Farnham ; m. 
1865, M. A., d. of Rev. B. Young. Educ. : 
St. John's College, Cambridge ; Math. Hona., 
1858. Ordained, 1859 ; Association Secre- 
tary of Church Missionary Society, 1865-70 ; 
Member of School Board for London, 1897- 
1904 ; active worker in Temperance Reform 
from 1860. Recreation : foreign travel. 
Address : 3 Gloucester Place, Greenwich. 

[Died 13 March 1909. 

CLARK, Henry, J.P. ; Recorder of Liverton 
from 1870 ; b. Plymouth, 8 Aug. 1829 ; e. 
surv. s. of Erving Clark, J.P., D.L., Efford 
Manor, Plymouth, and Ann Laestitia, d. of 
Paul Treby, Goodmoor ; m. Lucy, 2nd d. 
of John Carpenter, Mount Tavy, 1852. 
Educ. : Winchester ; Trin. Coll. Oxford. 
Late Captain Royal Miners Artillery Militia ; 
Barrister on Western Circuit. Recreations : 
shooting, fishing, hunting. Address : Efford 
Manor, Plymouth, Devon. Club : Royal 
Western Yacht. [Died 9 Sept. 1900. 

CLARK, James, K.C. 1908 ; C.B. 1911 ; D.L., 
J.P. ; b. 2 Jan. 1859 ; e. s. of James Clark 
Chapel House, Paisley, and Jane, d. of 
George Smith, shipowner, Glasgow ; m. 
1889, Norah Kathleen, d. of late Stewart 
Clark, Dundas Castle, Linlithgowshire. 
Educ. : Lyce'e, Pau ; Grammar School, 
Paisley ; Glasgow University, M.A. ; Edin- 
burgh University, LL.B. Member of the 
Faculty of Advocates, 1883 ; Lt.-Col. 
Territorial Force Reserve ; Chairman Terri- 
torial Force Association, Edinburgh, 1914 ; 
Member of the Royal Company of Archers ; 
Chairman of Edinburgh School Board. 
Publication : 3rd edition Fraser on Parent 
and Child. Address : 10 Drumsheugh 
Gardens, Edinburgh. Clubs : Devonshire : 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



University, Caledonian United Service 
Edinburgh ; Royal Northern Yacht. 

[Died 10 May 1915. 

CLARK, Sir John Forbes, 2nd Bt., cr. 1837 ; 
J.P. : V.L. ; b. Italy, 1821 ; . of 1st Bt. 
and Barbara, d. of Rev. Dr. John Stephen. 
LL.D. ; S. father 1870 ; m. 1851, Charlotte 
(d. 1897), d. of late Hon. Sir T. J. Coltman 
(Judge). Educ. : Eton ; Cambridge. At- 
tache to Embassy at Vienna, 1844 ; Paris, 
1846; Brussels, 1852; Turin, 1852; resigned 
1855. Owned 800 acres. Heir : none. 
Address : Tillypronie, Tarland, N.B. 

[Died 13 Apr. 1910. 

CLARK, John Willis, M.A. ; Hon. Litt.D. 
(Oxford) ; Registrary of University of Camb- 
from 1891 ; at one time Fellow Trin. Coll. ; 
6. 24 June 1833 ; m. 1873, Frances Matilda 
(d. 1908), 2nd d. of late Rt. Hon. Sir Andrew 
Buchanan, G.C.B., 1st Bart. ; two *. Educ. : 
Eton ; Trin. Coll. Camb. Publications : 
Cambridge, 1880 (new ed. 1908) ; Architec- 
tural History of the University and Colleges 
of Cambridge, 1886; Libraries in the 
Mediaeval and Renaissance Periods, 1894 ; 
Augustinian Priory Observances, 1897 ; 
Old Friends at Cambridge and Elsewhere, 
1900; The Care of Books, 1901 (2nd ed. 
1902) ; Liber Memorandorum Ecclesie de 
Bernwelle, 1907. Address : Scroope House 
Cambridge. Clubs : Athenaeum ; United 
University ; A.D.C. [Died 10 Oct. 1910. 

CLARK, Latimer, M.I.C.E., M.I.E.E., F.R.A.S. 
F.R.S. ; Civil Engineer and Electrician ; 
b. Great Marlow, 10 Mar. 1822. Commenced 
engineering under his brother Edwin Clark 
and Mr. Robert Stephenson at the Britannia 
Tubular Bridge, Wales, 1847 ; after its 
completion became Assistant Engineer and 
Engineer-in-Chief to the Electric and Inter- 
national Telegraph Company under Mr. J. 
L. Ricardo and Mr. Stephenson, 1850 ; 
invented the double bell insulators for tele- 
graph wires since universally used ; intro- 
duced a system of protection for steel 
telegraph cable since in universal use ; 
invented the pneumatic system of trans- 
mission of telegrams through pipes ; with 
Mr. Rammell laid the 4 ft. 6 in. pneumatic 
tube between the General Post Office and 
Euston ; entered partnership with Sir 
Charles Bright and proposed the names and 
the system of volts, ohms, farads, etc., 
1861, since universally adopted ; in partner- 
ship with Messrs. Forde and Taylor super- 
intended the manufacture and laying of 
more than 100,000 miles of submarine 
cables in various parts of the world ; invented 
the Clark's Standard Cell and numberless 
telegraphic improvements ; was 4th Presi- 
dent Institute of Electrical Engineers ; 
Chevalier Legion d'Honneur ; partner in 
Clark and Stanfleld, Floating Dock and 
Hydraulic Canal Lift Engineers. Publica- 
tions : Description of Britannia and Conway 
Tubular Bridges, 1850 ; Treatise on Electrical 
Measurement, 1868 ; Electrical Tables and 
Formula (Clark and Sabine), 1871 ; Diction- 
ary of Electrical Measures, 1891. Recrea- 
tions : botany, natural history, horticulture ; 
a collector of electrical works, of which he 
possessed a unique library. Address : 31 
The Grove, Boltons, South Kensington ; 
Little Halt, Maidenhead. 

[Died 30 Oct. 1898. 

CLARK, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt., cr. 1886 ; D.L. 
J.P., F.R.S.E. ; partner in T. and T. Clark, 

Eublishers, Edinburgh, 1846-86 ; 6. Edin- 
urgh, 5 Sept. 1823 ; *. of John Clark, 
Edinburgh. Educ.: Edinburgh Royal High 
School. Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 1885- 
1888 ; Master of Edinburgh Merchant Com- 
pany, 1883-84 ; a Curator of University of 
Edinburgh ; one of the Managers of Royal 
Infirmary. Heir: s. John Maurice b. 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



1859. Address: 11 Melville Crescent 

Edinburgh. Club : University, Edinburgh 

[Died 24 Dec. 1900 

CLARK, Rev. William Robinson, D.D., LL.D. 
M.A., U.C.L., F.R.S. Canada; Professo 
Emeritus, Trinity College, Toronto ; b 
Inverurie. Scotland e. . of Rev. Jame 
Clark ; m. Helen Louise, o. c. of Hon. Jame 
Patton, Toronto ; six s. five d. Educ. 
Aberdeen ; Hertford College, Oxford. Or 
dained 1857 ; Curate, Birmingham, 1857 
1858 ; Taunton, 1858-59 ; Vicar of Taunton 
1859-80 ; Professor of Moral Philosophy a 
Trinity College, and lecturer and preache 
all over Canada and the United States fo: 
twenty - five years. Publications : The 
Church the Sacraments ; The Paraclete 
Savonarola ; English Reformation ; The 
Four Temperaments ; The Baldwin Lectures 
Witnesses to Christ ; Pascal, etc. Recrea 
lions : reading and walking. Address 
63 Beverley Street, Toronto, Canada. Club 
Empire (ex-Presdent), Toronto. 

[Died 12 Nov. 1912 

CLARKE, Col. Alexander Ross, R.E., C.B. 
F.R.S., Hon. F.R.S.E. ; Corresponding 
Member of Imperial Academy of Science o 
St. Petersburg ; Royal medal of Roya 
Society, 1887 ; b. 16 Dec. 1828 ; m. 1853 
Frances (d. 1888), d. of late Maj.-Gen. M 
Dixon, R.E. In charge of Trigonometrica 
operations of the Ordnance Survey, 1854-81 
Address : Strathmore, Reigate Surrey. 

[Died 11 Feb. 1914 

CLARKE, Hon. Sir Andrew, R.E., C.B. 
G.C.M.G., C.I.E. ; Lieut.-Gen. ; Agent- 
Gen, for Victoria ; b. Hampshire, 27 July 
1824; e. s. of late Col. Andrew Clarke, of Bel- 
mont, Donegal, Governor of West Australia; 
widower. Educ. : King's School, Canter- 
bury ; Portosa. Enniskillen ; R.M.A., 
Woolwich. Contested Chatham in 1886 
and 1893 ; entered R.E. 1844 ; Maj.-Gen. 
1885 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1886 ; served in New 
Zealand campaigns (medal), 1847-48 ; M.L.C. 
Tasmania, 1851 ; Surveyor-Gen, of Victoria, 
1853 ; M.P. Melbourne ; became Minister 
of Lands ; resigned, 1857 ; Special Mission 
to West Coast of Africa, including Ashanti 
troubles, 1863-64 (despatches) ; Director 
of Works of the Navy, 1864-73 ; designed 
and constructed the great extensions of 
naval arsenals at Chatham, Portsmouth, 
Plymouth, Cork, Malta, Bermuda, etc. ; 
was then Governor and Com.-in-Chief 
Straits Settlements ; brought Malay native 
states under the protection of Great Britain 
(medal) ; and Mission to Siam ; Minister 
of Public Works in India, 1857-80 ; In- 
spector-General of Fortifications, 1881-86 ; 
projected and executed defences of coaling- 
stations. Publications : various works on 
engineering, etc. Recreations : deerstalk- 
ing, fishing. Address : 31 Portland Place, 
W. ; 15 Victoria Street, S.W. Clubs : 
United Service, Athenaeum, Marlborough, 
National Liberal. [Died 29 March 1902. 
CLARKE, Sir Campbell, Kt. ; cr. 1897 ; Officer 
of Legion of Honour ; Officier de 1'Instruc- 
tion publique ; Grand Officer of the Med- 
jidieh ; Commander of the Lion and Sun 
of Persia ; Commander of the Order of the 
Redeemer of Greece ; Chevalier of Charles 
III. of Spain ; journalist ; b. 3 Oct. 1835 ; 
m. Annie, d. of late J. M. Levy, J.P., 1870. 
Educ. : University of Bonn on the Rhine 
A Librarian British Museum 1852-70 ; 
travelled two years as special correspondent 
in France, Germany, Turkey, Greece, and 
Italy ; resident correspondent in Paris of 
the Daily Telegraph from 1872 ; Lieut, of 
I the City of London, 1874 ; member of the 
Jury at the two Paris Exhibitions of 1878 
and 1889 ; translated papers for the Philo- 
I logical Society ;j| adapted several plays for 



CLARKE 

the English stage and wrote many songs, 
which have been set to music. Recreations : 
studying painting and music, and collecting 
pictures and other works of art. Address 
116 Avenue des Champs Elyse"e9, Paris 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Reform, Garrick ; Cercle 
de 1'Union Artistique, Paris. 

[Died 26 Aug. 1902. 

CLARKE, Sir Caspar Purdon, Kt., cr. 1902- 
C.I.E. 1883 ; C.V.O. 1905 ; Chevalier 
Legion d'Honneur, 1878 ; LL.D. M'Gill 
University, Montreal, 1908; Director 
Metropolitan Museum, New York from 
1905 ; b. London, 1846 ; *. of late Edward 
Marmaduke Clarke, Richmond, County 
Dublin, family from Taunton, Somerset 
and Mary Agnes, d. of late Jas. Close, 
Armagh; m. Frances Susannah, d. of 
Charles Collins. Educ. : Gaultier's Collegi- 
ate School, Sydenham, Beaucourt's SchooL 
Boulogne, France. Entered National Art 
Training School, South Kensington, 1862: 
Medallist, 1864 ; National Medallion, 1865 ; 
H.M. Office of Works, Houses of Parliament 
1865 ; Architect's Office, South Kensington 
Museum, 1867 ; Superintendent of art 
reproductions in Italy, 1869 ; building H.M. 
Legation, Teheran, and surveying Consular 
property in Persia, 1874; collecting art 
objects for South Kensington Museum in 
Greece, Turkey, and Syria, 1876 ; Architect 
Indian section, and Commercial Agent to 
the Government of India, Paris Exhibition 
1878; collecting art examples in Spain 
Italy, and Germany, 1879 ; rearranging 
Indian Collections, South Kensington 
Museum, 1880; special Commissioner in 
India, 1880-82 ; Keeper, Indian Collections 
1883 ; organising in India the forthcoming 
Colonial and Indian Exhibition of 1885-86 ; 
Keeper, Art Collections, South Kensington 
Museum, 1892; Assistant Director, 1893; 
Director, 1896 ; Royal Commissioner, Paris 
Exhibition, 1900 ; Royal Commissioner, St. 
Louis Exhibition, 1904 ; also organising 
and conducting evening art classes for 
artisans in Soho, Lambeth, and Clerkenwell, 
1870 ; designed and built Cotherstone 
Church, Durham, 1876; Indian Pavilion, 
Paris Exhibition, 1878 (silver and bronze 
medala and Legion d'Honneur) ; visited 
America to study the housing of female 
students at Boston, and on return designed 
and built Alexandra House, Kensington 
1884 ; Indian City, Colonial and Indian 
Exhibition, 1886 ; National School of 
Cookery, 1887 ; Lord Brassey's Indian 
Museum, Park Lane, 1887 ; Indian Palace 
Paris Exhibition, 1889 (gold medal) ; British 
Official Delegate, Vienna Exhibition, 1891 ; 
and appointed by Austrian Government 
Editor of work on Oriental Carpets, 1892 ; 
author of papers read before the Archaeo- 
logical Society, Royal Institute of British 
Architects, Quatuor Coronati, Society of 
Arts ; Lectures, Walker Art Gallery, Liver- 
pool ; Town Hall, Birmingham ; Bourse 
Vienna ; Town Hall, Westminster, Stratford- 
on-Avon ; Fellow Royal Society of Anti- 
quaries ; Fellow Royal Society of British 
Architects ; Member Royal Asiatic Society, 
Royal Academy of Madrid ; Girdler and 
Mason of the City of London. Address : 
Metropolitan Museum, New York. Clubs : 
Royal Societies ; Century, Lotos, Church 
City ..Players, Salmagundi New York. 

I [Died 29 March 1911. 

LARKE, Rev. Sir Charles, 2nd Bt., cr. 
1831 ; M.A., J.P. ; b. 1812 ; S. father 1857 J 
m. Rosa, d. of H. Alexander, Cork Street 
1838 (d. 1885). Educ. : Charterhouse ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. Rector of Han well, Middle- 
sex, 1847-64. Owned about 3000 acres. 
Heir: s. Charles, b. 1839. Address : 
Worlingham, Beccles. [Died 25 Apr. 1899. 
139 



CLARKE 



WHO WAS WHO, 1897-1916 



CLARKE, Charles Baron, M.A., F.R.S. ; 
Pensioner, Uncovenanted Civil Service, 
Bengal; b. Andover, 17 June 1832; e. s. 
of late Turner Poulter Clarke, J.P. ; un- 
married. Educ. : King's College School, 
London ; Trinity and Queen's Colleges . 
Cambridge. 3rd Wrangler (bracketed), 1856. 
Mathematical Lecturer, Queen's College, 
Cambridge 1857-65 ; Inspector of Schools, 
Bengal, 1866-87 ; retired 1887. Publica- 
tions : Cyrtandrese, in De Candolle Mono- 
graphies, 1883 ; Speculations from Political 
Economy, 1886 ; numerous papers on 
Botany, Anthropology, Geography, Music. 
Recreation : botany. Address : 13 Kew 
Gardens Road, Kew, Surrey. 

[Died 25 Aug. 1906. 

CLARKE, Charles Goddard, M.P. (L.) Peckham 
Division of Camberwell from 1906; b. 10 
May 1849 ; *. of late Richard Clarke and 
Mary, a. of late Paul Millard ; m. 1873, 
Rebecca, d. of late Henry Potter, many 
years Vice-Chairman of the City of London 
Board of Guardians. Educ. : Liverpool. 
Member of the firm of Potter & Clarke, 
wholesale druggists, 60-64 Artillery Lane, E., 
and Cooper's Company ; a J.P. and an 
Alderman of Borough of Camberwell (Mayor, 
1902-3) ; a Liberal ; contested Dulwich, 
1895, and Mile End Div. of Tower Hamlets, 
1900. Address : South Lodge, Champion 
Hill, S.E. Clubs : National Liberal ; Peck- 
ham Liberal. [Died 7 March 1908. 

CLARKE, Edward Ashley Walrond, Agent 
and Consul General, Zanzibar and German 
East Africa from 1909 ; b. 6 Apr. 1860 ; . 
of late Captain J. Walrond Clarke, formerly 
10th Hussars, and Mary, d. of Sir William 
Clay of Fulwell Lodge, Twickenham ; m. 
1908, Angelena, o. d. of late Gen. Sir G. Bryan 
Milman. Educ. : Radley. Clerk Foreign 
Office, 1881 ; Secretary to Uganda Railway 
Committee, 1899 ; Acting Senior Clerk in 
charge of African Department, 1904 ; Senior 
Clerk, 1906 ; British Plenipotentiary African 
Liquor Conference, Brussels, 1906 ; British 
Representative Arms Traffic Conference, 
1908. Address : British Agency, Zanzibar. 
Clubs : Athenaeum, Travellers'. 

[Died 13 Feb. 1913. 

CLARKE, General George Calvert, C.B. ; b. 
London, 23 July 1814 ; 5th s. of late John 
Calvert Clarke and Eliza, d. of late Richard 
Astley Sales. Educ. : Eton ; Sandhurst. 
Entered 89th Regiment 1834 ; exchanged 
as Captain into 2nd Dragoons, Royal Scots 
Greys, 1845 ; retired on half-pay, 1868 ; 
Colonel 6th Dragoon Guards, 1880 ; and 
Royal Scots Greys, 1891 ; served in the 
Crimean War with Scots Greys in the affair 
of M'Kenzie's Farm ; battles of Balaklava 
(sabre cut on head), Inkermann, and Tcher- 
naya ; siege and fall of Sebastopol. Decora- 
tions : Crimean medal with 3 clasps ; C.B. ; 
Knight of the Legion of Honour ; 5th class 
of the Medjidie ; and Turkish medal ; 
insignia and ribbon of the 1st class of the 
Order of Stanislaus. Recreation : wood and 
ivory turning. Address : Church House, 
Uckfield, Sussex. Club : Army and Navy. 
[Died 9 Feb. 1900. 

CLARKE, James Greville, M.A., J.P.,; editor 
of the Christian World ; b. London, 10 Dec. 
1854 ; e. s. of late James Clarke ; m. d. of 
late J. Gooding of Witnesham Hall. Educ. : 
private schools ; Christ's Coll. Camb. 
Journalist. Recreations : turning, cycling. 
Address : 13 Fleet Street, London ; Tup- 
wood Lodge, Caterham Valley. Clubs : 
National Liberal, Ipswich and Suffolk. 

[Died 28 July 1901. 

CLARKE, Lieut.-Col. Sir Marshal, K.C.M.G., 

cr. 1886 ; late R.A. ; b. 1841 ; m. 1880, 

Annie, d. of late Maj.-Gen. Lloyd ; two s. 

one d. Resident Magistrate, Pietermaritz- 

140 



burg, 1874 ; A.D.C. to Sir T. Shepstone ; 
Special Commissioner, S. Africa, 1876 ; 
Political Officer and Special Commissioner, 
Lydenburg, 1877 ; served in Transvaal 
Campaign, 1880-81 (mentioned in despatches) ; 
Resident Magistrate, Basutoland, 1881 ; 
Commissioner Cape Police, King William's 
Town, 1882 : Col. commanding Turkish 
Regiment Egyptian Gendarmerie, 1882 
(3rd class Order of Medjidie) ; retired from 
army 1882 ; Resident Commissioner, Basuto- 
land, 1884-93 ; Acting Administrator, Zulu- 
land, 1893-98 ; Resident Commissioner in 
Southern Rhodesia, 1898-1905. Address: 
The Lodge, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow. 

[Died 1 Apr. 1909. 

CLARKE, Mrs. Mary Victoria Cowden ; e. d. 
of Vincent Novello and s. of Madame Clara 
Novello; b. 1809; m. the late Charles 
Cowden Clarke, 1828. Publications : Com- 
plete Concordance to Shakespeare, 1845 ; 
The Adventures of Kit Bam, Mariner, 1848 ; 
The Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines, 
1850 ; The Iron Cousin, 1854 ; The Song of 
a Drop o' Wather, by Harry Wandworth 
Shortfellow, 1856 ; World-noted Women, 
1857 ; Trust and Remittance : Love Stories 
in Metred Prose, 1873 ; A Rambling Story, 
1874. Address : Genoa. 

[Died 12 Jan. 1898. 

CLARKE, Sir Philip Haughton ; llth Bt., 
cr. 1617 ; b. 1819 ; S. b. 1849 ; m. Rose, d. 
of C. Drummond Bailey, 1895. Served with 
the 9th Lancers. [Died 10 Feb. 1898. 

CLARKE, Col. Robert Ffoulke Noel ; C.B. 1900, 
retired ; m. 1901, Ethel Augusta, d. of 
Maj.-Gen. C. G. Dixon. Served Nile Expedi- 
tion, 1884-85 (medal with clasp, Khedive's 
Star) ; Principal Ordnance Officer, South 
Africa Field Force, 1899-1902. 

[Died 13 Oct. 1904. 

CLARKE, Major-General Sir Stanley de Astel 
Calvert, G.C.V.O., cr. 1902 ; K.C.V.O., cr. 
1897 ;; C.M.G. ; Grand Officer Legion of 
Honour ; b. 20 Sept. 1837 ; s. of late Colonel 
J. F. S. Clarke, formerly commanding Royal 
Scots Greys ; m. Mary Temple, e. d. of Rt. 
Hon. Sir John Rose, Bt., G.C.M.G., 1867. 
Educ. : privately. Appointed Cornet 13th 
Light Dragoons, 1855 ; Captain, 1859 ; 
Major, 1871 ; exchanged to the 4th Hussars, 
1871 ; Lieut.-Colonel, 1877 ; Colonel, 1883 ; 
Major-General, retired 1894 ; served in the 
Nile Campaign, 1884-85, in command of the 
Light Camel Regiment ; Paymaster to H.M. 
the King ; Sergeant-at-arms to the House 
of Lords, 1910-11. Address : The Ranger's 
Lodge, Hyde Park, W. Clubs : Marl- 
borough, Army and Navy. 

[Died 28 Nov. 1911. 

CLARKE, William Bruce, M.A., M.B. Oxon., 
F.R.C.S. ; Consulting Surgeon, St. Bar- 
tholomew's Hospital ; late Member o