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rquess of Hart-
ington, M.B.E , Capt. Derbyshire Yeo., Hon. Col. Terri-
torial Batt. Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and
Derbyshire Regt.) and a Chevalier of the Legion of
Honour ; educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Camb-
ridge ; b. 181)6; m. 1917 Lady Mary Alice Gascoyne
Cecil, younger dau. of James Edward Hubert, 4th Marquess
of Salisbury, K.G., and has a son, • William John Robert,
Earl of Burlington, h. 1917.

DEW, Tom Millett, Esq., of Letton Court,
Eldest son of Joseph Carter Dew, Esq., late of Milton
Hill, Wiltshire, by Catherine Mary, who d. 1901, dau.
of the late James Millett, Esq., of LuUington, Somerset;
b. 1859; m. 1st 1889 Margaret Jane, who d. 1901,
only dau. of the Rev. Henry Blisset, of Letton Court,
who d. 1893, by Jamima, dau. of James Hope, Esq.,
W.S. ; 2ndly 1907 Alice Mary, 2nd dau. of Charles
SisMin, Esq., of Garsdon Manor, Wiltshire. Mr. Dew,

Lord (Thomas Robert Dewar,
F.R.G.S.).— Cr. 1919.
Fifth son of John Dewar, Esq., of Perth, who d. 1880,
by Jane, who d. 1900, dau. of the late John Gow, Esq.,
of Pittendynie ; A. 1 864. Lord Dewar is one of H.M.'s
j Lieuts. for the City of London, a Magistrate for Kent,
and Author of " A Ramble round the Globe," and was
a Member of the London C.C. 1892-5, Sheriff of London
1897-8, and M.P. for the Tower Hamlets (St. George's
Div.) 1900-6.— TAc Homestall, East Grinstead, Sussex;
Carlton, and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w.

DEWAR, Professor Sir James, Knt., F.R.S.—
Cr. 1904.
Son of Thomas Dewar, Esq., of Kincardine-on-Forth ,
who d. 1856, by Ann, who d. 1849, dau. of the late
Hugh Adie, of Kinc:vrdine-on-Forth ; b. 1842 ; m. 1871
Helen Rose, dau. of William Banks, Esq., of Edinburgh.
Sir James Dewar, who was educated at Dollar Academy
and at Edinburgh Univ. (Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 1892,
St. Andrews 1893, Edinburgh 1897. and Aberdeen
1903; Hon. D.Sc. Victoria Univ. 1900, Oxford 1904,
Dublin 1904 and Brussels 1910), is Professorial Fellow
of St. Peter's Coll., Cambridge (Hon. M.A. 1875) and
a Foreign Member of the Academia dei Lincei of Italy ;
was appcinteJ Jacksonian Professor of Natural
Experimental Philosophy at Cambridge University
1875; FuUerian Professor of Chemistry at the
R. Institution 1877; the Director of the Davy
Faraday Research Laboratory of the R. Institution
1896, and was President of the British Associa-
tion 1902. — 1, Scroope Terrace, Cambridge; Athenaum
Club, s.w. ; Garrick Club, -w.c. ; Boyal Institution, 21,
Albemarle Street, w.

DEWAR, Albemarle O'Beirne Willodghbt,
Esq., of Doles, Hurstbonrne Tarrant,
Eldest son of Capt. Albemarle Dewar, of Doles,
late 87th and 20th Regts., who d. 1862, by Jane, who
d. 1905, only child of the late Felix O'Beirne, Esq.,
and granddau' of the late Charles O'Beirne, Esq., of
Kilbride House, CO. Leitrim; b. 1855; rn. 1882 Florence
Wilhelmina Rose, younger dau. of th? late Lieut.-Col.
Marriott Matthews, a J.P. and D.L. for Oxfordshire,
late 89th Regt., and has, with other issue, a son,
•Albemarle Willoughby David, temp. Lieut. Army
Service Corps; educated at Worcester Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1910); b. 1886; m. 1914 Gwendoline Helen,
eldest dau. of A. Cole, Esq., of Whitchurch Manor,
Hampshire. Mr. Dewar, who was educated at Eton
and at Oriel Coll., Oxford, is Lord of the Manor of
Hurstbonrne Tarrant. — Doles, Andover.

DEWAR, Miss, of Vogrie, Midlothian.

Katharine Vera, youngest dau. of Capt. James Gum-
ming Dewar, J.P., late 1st (King's) Dragoon Guards
and 11th Hussars, of Vogrie, who d. 1908, by Catherine
Adeline, 5th dau. of the'late Thomas Purcell, Esq., of
CO. Wexford. — Vogrie, Gorcbridge, Midlothian.




DEWAR, Ronald Erskine Eraser, Esq., of
Lassodie, and Blairathie, Fifeshii-e. j

Second and elder surviving son of James Dewar, Esq.,
J.P., of Lassotlie, and Blairathie, who (/. 1906, by
Annie Laggan, dau. of John Peter Grant, Esq., W.S. ;
b. 1895. — Lassodie, BunfennJine, N.B.

DEWAR. See Forteviot, Lord.

DEWAR-HARRISON, Major Arthur Wil-
liam, of Willaston, Oxfordshire.

Eldest son of William Weiiijss Methven Dewar, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of Cotmore House, Oxfordshire, who d.
1903, by Augusta, who d. 1911, youngest dau. of the
late John Harrison Slater-Harrison, Esq., of Shelswell
Park, Oxfordshire ; h. 1860; m. 1899 Grace, eldest
dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Charles John Bullivant
Parker, of Stonebridge House, Lincolnshire, and
has a son, *John Francis, h. 1900. Major Dewar-
Harrison, who was educated at Winchester, and
assumed the additional surname of Harrison by royal
license 1912, is a Magistrate for Oxfordshire, Major
ret., late Lincolnshire Regt., Lord of the Manors of
Fringford and Hethe, and Patron of 1 living ; appointed
a temp. Deputy Assistant Director of Remounts 1916.
— Willaston, Bicester ; Naval and Military Club, w.

DE WEND-FENTON, of Underbank Hall,
Yorkshire ; and of Oldbury Grange,
West Fenton, educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A.
1901); />. 1881 (29, St. James's Street, s.w.) ;
William Ross, Major Lancashire Hussars Yeo., educated
at Rugby; b. 1883; m. 1916 Margaret Constance
Millicent (Margery), only dau. of Lieut.-Col. (temp.
Brigadier-Gen.) Robert Henry William Dunn, J.P.
and D.L., formerly R. Welsh Fusiliers, of The ,
Ahhrey, Flintshire {Underhank Hall, Stockshridffc,
Yorkshire; C'avalri/ Club, w.) ; James Douglas
Leonard, Capt. 14th (King's) Hussars; late Lieut.
R.G.A. ; educated at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich ;
b. 1890; m. 1918 Violet Marie Gertrude Gerard,
youngest dau. of Humphrey Jeffrey Walmesloy, Esq.,
of Westwood House, Lancashire, and of Hungerford
Park, and Inglewood House, Berks (Cavalry Club, w.) ;
Jessey Olivia, and Ida Nina, sons and daus. of AVilliam
Fenton do Wend-Fenton, Esq., of Underbank Hall,
and of Oldbury Grange, who d. 1899, by his 2nd wife
Marianne Olivia, dau. of the late Col. John Fortescue
Porter, Madras Cav. — Residence : Chilton House,
Hungerford, Berkshire.

DE WET, Lady.

Emma, dau. of James Fuller, Esq., of Thornlands,
King William's Town ; m. 1877 Sir Jacobus Petrus De |
Wet, who was successively Recorder of Griqualand
West, a Puisne Judge of Cape Colony, Chief Justice i
of the Transvaal, and Acting Chief Justice of Ceylon,
and who was cr. Knt. 1883, and d. 1900.

DEWEY, Sir Thomas Charles, Bart— Ur. ,
1917. j

Eldest son of Charles Dewey, Esq., of Cheshunt, !
Hertfordshire, who d. 1892, by Caroline, who d. 1882, !
only dau. of the late Thomas Ballard, Esq., of High '
Halden, Kent; b. 1840; m. 1866 Clara, who d. 1913,-|
4th dau. of the late Thomas Daws, Esq., of Pyrford
Place, Surrey. Sir Thomas Dewey, who was educated
at Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, is a J.P. for Kent ;
Chairman of the Prudential Assurance Co., of which '
he was for 30 years Gen. Manager; Hon. Col. '
4th London (Howitzer) Brigade R.F.A., Territorial '
Force, a co-opted Member of the Kent Territorial '
Force Association; a Trustee and a Memlier of the

Executive of the Household and Social Science Depart-
ment, Loudon Univ., and a Fellow of the Institute of
Actuaries; was Charter Mayor at the Incorporation
■ of Bromley 1903, and a Member of the War Office
Expenditure Committee 1916. — South Hill Wood,
Bromley, Kent; Peak House, Sidmouth, Devonshire;
Constitutional Club, v/.c. ; H. Automobile Club, s.w.
Heir, his son the Rev. Stanley Diws, F.R. Met. Soc, Rector
of Moretonhampstead, Devonshire ; educated at Dulwlch
and at Pembroke Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1890, M.A. 1894) ;
6. 1867 ; m. 1891 Emily Rose, 2ud dau. of the late Rev.
Hugh Lewis Price, B.A., Rector of J.lanfalrynghornwy,
Anglesey, and has, with other iesue, a son, 'Hugh Qrabame,
M.O., Lieut, and Acting Major R.F. A.; educated at Win-
chester and at Pembroke Coll., Cambridge ; 6. 1895.

DEWHURST, Algernon, Esq., of Aireville,

Eldest son of John Bonny Dewhurst, Esq., of Aireville,
who d. 1904, by Frances, who d. 1897, dau. of the late
Nicholas England, Esq., of Colne, Lancashire; b. 1851.
Mr. Dewhurst, who was educated at Denmark Hill
Grammar School and at Berlin University, is a Magis-
trate for the W. Riding of Yorkshire. — Aireville,

DEWHURST, of Aberuchill Castle, Perth-
shire. See Jones.

DE WINTON, Charles Henry, Esq., of Maes-
derwen, Breconshire.
Only surviving son of John Jeffreys de Winton,
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Priory Hill, Brecon, who d. 1863,
by Emma Eliza, dau. of the late Capt. Philipps, R.N. ;
b. 1856; s. his grandfather, John Parry de Winton,
Esq., 1864; ;«. 1892 Elizabeth Mary, 2nd dau. of the
late Lieut.-Gen. Richard Thomas Glyn, C.B., C.M.G.,
and has, with 2 daus., a son, * Charles Parry Glyn,
b. 1904. Mr. de Winton, who was educated at Radley,
is Patron of 1 living. — Maesderwen, Brecon.

DE WINTON, Ernest Hatward, Esq., of
Hatherley Court, Gloucestershire.

Eldest son of Capt. Thomas de Winton, of Wallsworth
Hall, Gloucestershire, who d. 1901, by Barbara, who
d. 1902, eldest dau. of the late William Henry Peel,
Esq., of Aylesmore House, Gloucestershire; b. 1853;
m. 1st 1890 Ada Byrou, who rf. 1911, 4th dau. of the late
Edward Mortimer Clissold, Esq.; 2ndly 1913 Mary
Dorrington, only dau. of the late Alexander Kelly,
Esq., of Parkstone, Dorsetshire, and has a son, * Thomas
Hayward, /'. 1918. Mr. de Winton is a Magistrate for
Gloucestershire. — Hatherley Court, near Gloucester.

DE WINTON, Mrs., of Ty'n-y-Cae, Brecon-
Caroline Gertrude, dau. of the Rev. Henry Harding,
who d. 1863, by Lady Emily, who d. 1883, youngest
dau. of the late William Robert Basil, 'Viscount
Feilding; ni. 1859 Henry De Winton, Esq., of Ty'n-
y-Cae, a J.P. for Breconshire, who d. 1901, leaving,
with other issue, ♦Richard Capel, b. 1862; m. 1905
Beatrice Emma, eldest dau. of the late Frederic
William Steward, ^sq.— Ty'n-y-Cae, Brecon.

DE WINTON, Walter, Esq., of Maesllwch
Castle, and Boughrood Castle, Radnor-
Only son of Walter De Winton, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Maesllwch Castle, whorf. 1878, by Frances Jessie (who
d. 1918, having m. 2ndly 1880 the Hon. Geoflrey
Richard Clegg-Hill, who d. 1891), 2nd dau. of the late
Hon. and Rev. Arthur Chetwynd-Talbot ; b. 1868; m.
1892 Hylda Theresa Jane, younger dau. of the late




Dircetcr, Ministry of Pens
Putney Heath Lane, s.w.
Club, S.W.

Lieut.-Gea. Sir Frederick Marshall, K.C.M.G., of
Broadwater, Surrey, and has, with a dau., an only
surviving son, * Gerald Frederick Walter, b. 1905.
Mr. De Winton is a Magistrate for Radnorshire (High

Sheriff_1897), Major late R. Bucks Hussars Imp. Yeo., ' DIAS, Sir Henrt, Knt,

Son of Don Jacobus Dii

)ns, since 1917. — Lane End,
East India United Service

Cupt. Reserve of Officers, and an Hon. Capt.
Army ; formerly Lieut. 1st Life Guards, and Capt. I
lOthBatt. Imp. Yeo. in S.Africa; appointed a D.A.A.6. j
l^lb.—MaesUwch Castle, Glashury, Hereford. \

DE WINTON, Wilfred Seymour, Esq., of I
Tymawr, Brecon shire. I

Eldest son of William de Winton, Esq., J.P. and D.L., I
of Tymawr, and Watton Mount, Breconshire, who d. \
1907, by his 1st wife Hephzibah Laneella Frances, who
d. 1862, dau. of the late Right Hon. Sir Lancelot,
Shadwell, Vice-Chancellor of England; b. 1856. Mr. '
de Winton, who was educated at Bradfield and at
Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1879, M.A. 1888), is a
Magistrate for Breconshire and for Haverfordwest, and
has been a Member of the Canterbury House of Lay-
men since \9,i&.—Tymaim; Brecon; 20, Great Peter \
Street, Westminster, s.w. i

DE WINTON, William Edward, Esq., of Graf- ;
tonbury, Herefordshire. ;

Younger son of Robert Henry De Winton, Esq., of
Graftonbury, who d. 1904, by Frances Caroline, who(Z.
1885, dau. of the late Andrew Allan, Esq.,ofStrathallan, I
N.S.W. ; 6. 1856 ; m. 190-1 the Hon. Sibyl Laura Etl. i
wardes, 2nd dau. of William, 4th Lord Kensington, and j
has, with other issue, a son, * Robert William Michael,
*. 1908. Mr. De Winton was formerly a J.P. for Pern- j
brokeshire.— Residence: Southover Hall, Burwash,\
Sussex ; Boodle's Club, s.w. i

DE WORMS, Anthony Denis Maurice George, '
Baron, of Milton Park, Surrey.
Elder son of George, 2nd Baron De Worms, F.S.A.,
J.P. and D.L., of Milton Park, who d. 1912, by
Louisa, only dau. of the late Baron de Samuel, of
Sussex Place, Regent's Park ; b. 1869; m. 1901 Louisa
Matilda, youngest dau. of Maurice Adolf Goldschmidt,
Esq., of 66, Mount Street, W., and has, with other
issue, a son, » Charles George Maurice, b. 1903. Baron
De Worms i.s a Baron of Austria. — Milton Pari, Egham,
Surrei/; Carlton, and Jtmior Carlton Clubs, s.w.


See Pirbright.



See Deramore,

D'EYNCOURT. See Temyson-d'Eyncourt.

DIACK, Sir Alexander Henderson, K.C.I.E.,
C.V.O.— Or. 1916.

Youngest son of John Diack, Esq., of Yokohama, who
d. 1901 ; b. 1862 ; m. 1st 1898 Ethel Mary, whoi. 1899,
youngest dau. of the late Henry James EUerslie Wallace,
Esq., of Galway ; 2ndly 1906 Mylsie, only dau. of the
late Robert Alfred MoUoy, Esq., Public Works Depart-
ment, India. Sir Alexander Diack, wlio was educated
at Aberdeen Univ. and at King's Coll., Cambridge,
and entered the Indian Civil Service 1881, was Revenue
and Financial Secretary to the Government, Punjab,
1899-1902; Chief Secretary 1902-6; Commissioner
1906-7; Settlement Commissioner 1907-10; Financial
Commissioner 1910-16 ; Vice-President ofthe Punjab
Legislative Council 1913-16; aMember of the Council
of the Governor-Gen. of India 1914 and employed in
the Ministry of Munitions 1916-17 and has been a

Or. 1893.

b. 1822. Educated at
King's Coll., London ; called to the Bar at the Middle
Temple 1847; became a Puisne Justice of Ceylon and
Acting Chief Justice 1879; retired 1S9S.— Colombo,

DIBBS, Annie Maria, Lady.

Dau. of the late Hon. Ralph Meyer Robey, M.L.C.,
Sydney; m. 1857 the Hon. Sir George Richard
Dibbs, who was Premier of New South Wales 1880,
Colonial Treasurer 1883-5; Premier and Colonial
Sec. in 1885 ; Premier and Treasurer Oct.-Dec. 1885 ;
Premier and Colonial Sec. 1886-7, in 1889, and 1891-4,
and who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1892, and d. 190i.—Kuro&i,
Chatswood, Sydney, New South Wales.

-(-DIBBS, Sir Thomas Allwright, Knt.—
Cr. 1917.

Son of the late Capt. John Dibbs, of St. Andrews, Fife ;
b. 1832; «i. 1857TryphenaOaden. Sir Thomas Dibbs
has been Gen. Manager of the Commercial Banking
Co. of Sydney since \961.— George Street, Sydney,
New South Wales.

DIBDIN, Sir Lewis Tonna, Knt., P.S.A.—
Cr. 1903.
Third son of the Rev. Robert William Dibdin, M.A.,
of West Street Episcopal Chapel, St. Giles in the
Fields, London, who d. 1887, by Caroline, dau. of the
late William Thompson, Esq., Barrister-at-Law ; h.
1862 ; m. 1881 Marianne Aubrey, eldest dau. of the
late Rev. Humphrey Senhouse Finder, M.A., Rector
of Bratton Fleming, Devonshire. Sir Lewis Dibdin,
who was educated at St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
1874, M.A. 1878, Hon. D.C.L. Durham 1891), called
to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1876, appointed a K.C.
1901, and elected a Bencher 1908, is a Magistrate for
Surrey, Dean of the Arches, Auditor of the Chancery
Court of York, and Master of the Faculties ; appointed
First Church Estates Commissioner 1905. — Nobles,
Dormans Land, Surrey ; Athenceum Club, s.w.

James Nicholas,

DICK, Inspector-Gen. S:
K.C.B.— Cr. 1895.
Son of the late George Dick, Esq. ; b. 1832 ; m. 1868
Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Beveridge, Esq. Sir James
Dick is an Inspector-Gen. of Hospitals and Fleets ret.,
and -was Director-Gen. of the Naval Medical Depart-
ment 1888-98, and Hon. Surgeon to H.M. King
Edward VII. 1901-10, and has been to H.M. King
George V. since \9\0.— United Service Club, s.w.

DICK, QuiNTiN, Esq., of Carantrila Park, co.
Second and only surviving son of the Rev. Quintin
Dick Hume, Rector of Rathvilly, co. Carlow, who d.
1871, by Anna J., whod. 1886. dau. ofthe late William
Richardson, Esq., of Athy ; b. 1849; ?«. 1908 Lorna
Katherine, younger dau. of Major Ernest Charles Penn
Curzon, formerly Capt. 18th Hussars. Mr. Dick, who
was formerly Capt. Queen's R. Antrim Rifles, and
Derbyshire Y.C., and assumed the surname of Dick
by royal license J 892, is a D.L. for co. Wicklow (High
Sheriff 1898).— Carantrila Pari, co. Galway; Resi-
deuce : Gregynog, Newtown, Montgomeryshire; Carlton,
Arthur's, and Junior United Service Clubs, s.w. ;
Bachelors' Clitb,w.; Kildare Street Club, Dublin ; 12,
Grosvenor Crescent, s.w.




DICK. See Donglas-Dick.

DICK-CUNYNGHAM. See Cunyngham.

DIGK-LAUDER. ?,m Lauder.

+ DICKENSON, Major Piennes Boughton
Newton, of Syston Court, Gloucestershire,
Eldest son of Frederic Boughton Newton Dickenson,
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Syston Court, who d. 1885, by
Harriet Elizabeth, who d. 1875, eldest dau. and
heiress of the late Fiennes Trotraan, Esq., of Syston
Court, and of Bucknell Manor, Oxfordshire; h. 1848
m. 1885 Florence Jane, who d. 1896, younger dau. of
the late Robert Roberts, Esq., of Holland Park Gardens,
and has, with another dau., Florence Dorothea. Major
Dickenson, who was educated at Eton, is Patron of 1
living; late Major 60th Rifles. — Syston Court, Bristol.

DICKIN, Lieut.-Col. Thomas, of Lopping,
ton Hoase, Shropshire.

Eldest son of Capt. Thomas Acherley Massy Dickin,
J. P., late 9th Foot, of Loppington House, who d. 1919,
by Margaret Elizabeth, who d. 1883, only child of the
late Rev. Joseph G-abbett, of Shelbourne, co. Limerick ;
b. 1 870. Lieut.-Col. Dickin, who was educated at Eton
and at the the R. Agricultural Coll., Cirencester, is a
Magistrate for co. Limerick (High Sheriff 1898), ar
Hon. Major in the Army ; Lieut.-Col. ret., late Comm
3rd Batt. Shropshire L.I., and temp. Major Laboui
Corps. — Loppington House, Wein, Shropshire; Junior
Carlton Club, s.w. ; Shropshire County Club, Shrewsbury.

DICKINS, Charles Robert SCRASE-, Esq.,
of Coolhtirst, Sussex ; and of Currawn, co
Eldest son of Charles Spencer Scrase-Dickins, Esq.
J.P. and D.L., of Coolhurst, who d. 1884, by Anna
Maria, who d. 1916, dau. of the late Robert Aldridge
Esq., of St. Leonard's Forest ; b. 1857. Educated a
Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1881, M.A. 1886)
is a J.P. and D.L. for Sussex. — Coo/hurst, Horsham
Currawn, co. Mayo.

DICKINS, William Godfrey, Esq., of Cher
ington, Warwickshire.
Only son of William Park Dickins, Esq., J.P. and D.L
of Cherington, who d. 1909, by Catharine Frances, who
d. 1899, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Charles Causton,
Rector of Lasham, Hampshire ; b. 1869 ; m. 1895 Sybil
Octavia, 5th dau. of the late Rev. Christopher Dunk'
Francis, Vicar of Tysoe, Warwickshire, and has, with
other issue, a son, * William Anthony, M.C., Lieut,
S. Staffordshire Regt. ; 6. 1896. Mr. Dickins was
educated at Winchester and at Oriel Coll., Oxford
^B.A. \9.9l).-'Cherinqton, Shipston-on-Stour ; Warwick
and County Club, Warwick.

DICKINSON, the Right Hon. Sir Willohghby
Hyett, K.B.E., of Wash well House, Glou-
cestershire.— Cr. 1918.

Only son of Sebastian Stewart Dickinson, Esq., M.P.,
D.L., of Brown's Hill, Gloucestershire, who d. 1878, by
Frances Stephana, eldest dau. of the late William Henry
Hyett, Esq., M.P., of Painswick House, Gloucestershire ■
b. 1859; m. 1891 Minnie Elizabeth, dau. of the late
Gen. Sir Richard John Meade, K.C.S.I., CLE., and
has, with 2 daus., ason, *Richard Sebastian Willoughby,
D.S.O., Lieut, ret., late Coldstream Guards, Special
Reserve ; formerly temp. Flight Lieut. R. Naval Air
Service; educated at Eton ; b. 1897. Sir Willoughby

Dickinson, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1881), and called to the Bar at
Lincoln's Inn 1884, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. London,
and a Commissioner (unpaid) of the Bo;ird of t^ontrol
for the Ment.al Defectives, and was formorly an Aid. of
the C.C. of London and Chairman 1900; sat as M.P.
for St. Pancras, North, 1906-1 8.— ife/brm, and National
Libera/ Clubs, s.w. ; 4, Egcrton Qardeus, s.w.

DICKINSON, Sir John, Knt.— Cr. 1913.

Fourth son of Joseph Dickinson, Esq., M.D., F.R.S.,
of Liverpool, who d. 1865, by Mary, who d. 1857,
only dau. of the late Adam Scott, Esq.; b. 1848;
m. 1884 Cecilia Maud, youngest dau. of the late
Thomas Hunter Holderness, Esq., of Liverpool. Sir
John Dickinson, who was educated at Cheltenham
Coll. and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (LL.B. 1870,
LL.M. 1874), and called to the Bar at the Inner
Temple 1871, acted as Deputy Stipendiary Magistrate
of Liverpool 1888 and 1889 ; is a J.P. for co. London,
for Berkshire and for the Home Cos , and has been a
Metropolitan Police Magistrate since 1890 and Chief
Magistrate at Bow Street since 1913. — Oxford and
CamJyridge Club, s.w. ; 6, Phillimore Gardens', Kensing-
ton, w.

DICKINSON, Sir Arthur Lowes, Knt.,F.C.A.,
P.I.A.— Cr. 1919.

Elder son of Lowes Dickinson, Esq., of 1, All Souls'
Place, Portland Place, by Ellen, who d. 1882, dau. of
the late W. Smith Williams, Esq. ; b. 1859 ; m. 1882
Mary Katherine, dau. of the late William Jennings,
Esq., of Birmingham. Sir Arthur Dickinson, who was
educJited at Charterhouse and at King's Coll., Cam-
bridge (B.A. 1882, M.A. 1 890), and was formerly Senior
Partner in New York of the American firm of Price,
Waterhouse& Co., of 54, William Street, New York, is a
Partner in the London firm of the same name, Financial
Adviser to the Controller of Coal Mines and Chairman
of the Finance Board ; has rendered valuable public
service in connection with Coal Control. — Shottersley,
Haslemcre, Surrey-; Union, and R. Automobile Clubs,
s.w. ; City of London Clmb, e.c. Queen Anne's
Mansions, s.w.

DICKINSON, Arscott William Haevey,
Esq., of Dunsland, and The Tower, Devon-

Only son of Major Harvey George Dickinson, Madras
Staff Corps, who d. 1866, by Augusta Christiana Davie,
who d. 1901, younger dau. of the late Rev. William
Bickford Coham, of Dunsland and Coham, Devonshire ;
b. 1859 ; m. 1893 Mary, eldest dau. of the Rev. Sabine
Baring-Gould, of Lew Trenchard, Devonshire, and has,
with other issue, a son, * Arscott Sabine Harvey,
Lieut. R. N. Devon Hussars Yeo. ; educated at
Worcester Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1917); b. 1893. Mr.
Dickinson, who was educated at Marlborough and at
Lincoln Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1884, M.A. 1886), and
calleiltotheBaratthe Inner Temple 1888, isa Magis-
trate for t^urnwall and for Devonshire, and Lord of the
Manor of Dunsland Dunsland, Brandis Corner, Devon-
shire; The Tower, Compton, Gifford, Devonshire. Resi-
dence : 4, Harthnd Terrace, Bude, Cornwall.

l; of Red How,

Only surviving sou of John Dickinson. Esq.. J, P.,
of Red How, who d. 1890, by Jane, who d. 1891,
oidy child of the late Adam Scott Peile, Esq., of
Harrington, Cumberland; b. 1857; m. 1885 Mary
Florence, dau. of Edward Robert Bickersteth, Esq.,
F.R.C.S.,of Liverpool, and Craigydon.Anglesey, and has
an only surviving son, * George Fryer, Capt. 10th
(Scottish) Batt. The King's (Liverpool Regt.); called




to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1911 ; educated at
Rugby and at Pembroke Coll.. Cambridge (B.A. and
LL.B. 1908, M.A. 1911); b. 1886; m. 1915 Helen
Mary, only dan. of Charles Livingston, Esq., of
Merrytlats, Oxton, Cheshire, and has, with other issue,
a son, * Ronald Fryer, b. 1916. Mr. Dickinson, -who
was educated at Repton, is a J.P. and C.C. for Cumber-
land (on the roll for High Sheriff for 1^20).— Bed How,
Lampluqh, Cockermouth ; Constitutional Chih, w.c.

DICKIlSrSON, John Noeman, Esq., of Haines
Hall, Cumberland.
Son of AVilliam Dickinson, Esq., J.P., of Thorneroft,
Cumberland, who d. 1 882, by Jane, dau. of the late
John Norraan, Esq.; b. 1830; m. 1857 Elizabeth
Johnston, who A 191 1, dau. of the late Stanley Dod;
Esq., J.P., and has, with other issue, * Stanley Dodgson
{Tarnbank, Cockirmouth), a J.P. for Cumberland,
assumed the surname of Dickinson-Stanley-Dod
1886 ; b. 1860; m. 1898 Mabel, 4th dau. of the late
William Fletcher, Esq., of Brigham Hill, Cockermouth.
Mr. Dickinson is a Magistrate for Cumberland. —
Hamcs Hall, Cockermouth.

DICKINSON, Mrs., of Claxton Abbey,Norfolk.

Gladys Evelyn Fanny, only child of .Sir Charles Henry
Stuart Rich, 4th Bart., F.S.A., J.P., of Claxton Abbey,
and of Devizes Castle, Wiltshire, who d. 1913, by
Fanny, only dau. of the late Rev. Joseph Page, ot
Little Bromley, Essex; in. 1916 Alan Henry Dickinson,
Esq., M.C., Lieut. Coldstream Guards, Special Re-
serve, and Acting Capt. Coldstream Guards. Mrs.
Dickinson is Lady of the Manors of Claxton, Rockland,
Helliugton, Ashby, and Poreland, and Patron o

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