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THE UNITED KINGDOM.



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DRTDEN, Sir Aethue, Bart., of Canons DTJBUC, the Hon. Sir Joseph, Knt., LL.D.



Ashby, Nortliatnptonshire. — Cr. 1733 and
1795. j

Second and elder surviving son of Sir Alfred Erasmus |
Dryden, 8th and 5th Bart., by Frances Isabella, who j
d. 1901, only dan. of the late Rev. John Christian'
Curwen, Rector of Harrington, Cumberland ; b. 1852 ; I
«. 1912. Sir Arthur Dryden, who was educated at
Trinity Hall, Cambridge "(B.A. 1874), was called to
the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1878. — Canons Ashby, Byfield,
Northamptonshire.

Heir Pres., his brother Alfred Ourwen, b. 1R67 ; m. 1887 Mary
Josephiiie Swinbarn, who d. 1916, only child of the late
William WaUer, Esq., of Withington Lodge, Lancashire.

+ DRTSDALE, Mrs., of Wick Hall, Berkshire.

Josephine Dockar, only dan. of William Dockar, Esq.,
of Wick Hall, who d. 1882, by Catharine, dan. of the
late Robert Powell, Esq. ; m. 1865 Andrew Drummond
Drysdale, Esq., who d. 1867, leaving an only son,
* William Dockar, a Magistrate for Berkshire (High
Sheriff 1909); called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1894; educated at St. John's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1889,
M.A. 1892) ; b. 1866 ; m. 1900 Ellen Eirene, only dau.
of the late William Watkiss Lloyd, Esq., and has, with
other issue, a son, » William Dockar, b. 1906. Mrs.
Drysdale is Lady of the JIanors of Radley and Sugwortli,
and of the Liberty of Wick and Thrupp.— md- Hall,
Badley, near Abingdon, Berkshire.



DUBERLT, the Hon. Mrs., of Gaynes Hall,

Huntingdonshire.

Millieent Florence Eleanor, eldest dau. of Charles

Henry, 1st Lord Nunburnholme, who d. 1907, by

Florence' Jane Helen, eldest dau. of the late Col.

William Henry Charles Wellesley; m. 1st 1895

(marriage dissolved 1905) SirCharles Edward Cradock-

Hartopp, 5th Bart.; 2ndly 1905, as his 2nd wife. Henry

Arthur Mornington, 3rd Earl Cowley (who d. 1919), and

rfiii.him 19U; 3rdlyl914MajorGrey William Duberly,

Reserve of Officers, late Grenadier Guards, of Gaynes

Hall, a J. P. for Huntingdonshire, who was killed in

action 1915. — Gayiies Hall, St. Neots, Huntingdonshire.

Heir, her husband's brother Evelyn Hugh James, M.O.

(youngest son of Capt. William Duberly, J. P. and D.L.,late

Grenadier Guards.of CJ^aynes Hall, who d. 1888, by the Hon.

Kosa Louisa Vernon, 6th dau. of Arthur Marcus Cecil, 3rd

Lord Sandys), Lieut. Grenadier Guards, Special Reserve :

educated at Wellington OoU. : b. 1887 ; m. 1917 Enid Saffron,

elder dau. of Harry Pickersgill-Ounliffe, Esq.. of Adding-

ham, Yorkshire, arid of Staughton Manor, Huntingdon

shire, and widow of Arthur Bertram Randolph, Esq., Lieut.

Welsh Guards, and has a dau.. Grey Cunliffe.

DU BOULAY, Sir James Hodssematne,
K.C.I.E., C.S.I.— Cr. 1911.
Third surviving son of the Rev. James Thomas
Houssemayne Du Boulay, M.A., of Kenwyn, Win-
chester, who d. 1915, by Alice Mead, youngest dau. of
the late Rev. George Kestell Cornish, of Truro ; A. 1 868 ;
m. 1901 Freda Elais Butts, 3rd dau. of Alfred Howell,
Esq., of Sydenham Hill. Sir James Du Boulay, who
was educated at Winchester and at Balliol Coll., Oxford,
and entered the Indian Civil Service 1889, was Deputy
Municipal Commissioner on plague duty, Bombay.
1897-1900; Acting Private Secretary to the Governor
of Bombay (Lord Northcote) 1901 ; Collector ot
Ahmadnagar 1902-3 ; Private Secretary to the
Governor of Bombay (Lord Lamington) 1903-7;
Junior Collector 1907-9 ; Secretary to the Govern-
ment of Bombay, Political Department, 1909-10, and
Private Secretary to the Viceroy and Governor-Gen.
of India (Lord Hardinge of Penshurst) 1910-16 ap-
pointed Secretary to the Government of India in the
Home Department 1917; is temp. Lieut.-Col. Indian
Defence Force. — Home Depart imnt, Simla, India ; East
India United Service Club, s.w.



B.C.L.— Cr. 1912.

Eldest son of Mons. Joseph Dubuc, of Quebec, who d.
1889, by Phebie Euph^mie, who d. 1899, eldest dau.
of the late Mons. Joseph Garand, of Quebec ; b.
1840 ; m. 1872 Maria Anna, 3rd dau. of the late Mons.
Henri B. H^nault, of St. Cuthbert, Province of Quebec.
Sir Joseph Dubuc, who was educated at Montreal Coll.
and at McGill Univ., Montreal (B.C.L. 1869, Hon.
LL.D. Toronto Univ.), and called to the Bar in Quebec
1869 and at Manitoba 1871, was M.L.C. Manitoba
1870-8; M.E.C. N.-W. Territories of Canada 1872;
Legal Adviser thereto 1874-5 ; M.E.C. and Attorney-
Gen, of Manitoba 1874; Speaker of the Manitoba
Legislature and Acting Crown Counsel for the
Province 1875-8; a Member of the House of Com-
mons of Canada 1878-9; a Judge of the Court of
Queen's Bench, Manitoba, 1879-1903, and Chief Justice
of Manitoba 1903-9 ; has been Vice Chancellor of
Manitoba Univ. since 1888.— P.O.Box 443, Winnipeg,
Manitoba, Canada.

DU BUISSON, Aethue Edmund, Esq., of
Glynhir, Carmarthenshire.
Eldest son of the Rev. Edmund Du Buieson, M.A.,
Herefordshire, who d. 1875, by



Vicar of Brainton,

Charlotte Anne Dunning, who d. 1913, dau. of the
Rev. Thomas Hunt Ley ; b. 1860 ; s. Mrs. Mary Du
Buisson, widow of his uncle William Du Buisson, Esq.,
J.P. audD.L., of Glynhir, 1918; m. 1895 Helen Letitia,
4th dau. of the late Major-Gen. William Howell
Bcynon, Indian Army, and has bad, with 2 daus., 2
sons, John Edmund, Lieut. R.A. ; b. 1898, and d. on
active service 1916; and *William Arthur, educated at
Marlborough ; b. 1903. Mr. Du Buisson, who was
educated at Malvern Coll. and at B.N.C., Oxford
(B.A. 1882, M.A. 18861, and called to the Bar at the
Inner Temple 1885, is a Magistrate for Carmarthenshire
(High Sheriff 1906). — (?/^f»Air, Llandebie, Carmar-
thenshire; New University Club, s.w. ; 171, Ashley
Gardens, s.w.

DU CANE, the Hon. Lady.

Georgiana Susan, youngest dau. of John Singleton, 1st
and only Lord Lyndhurst, P.C, who d. 1863, by his
2nd wife Georgina, who d. 1901, dau. of the late Lewis
Goldsmith, Esq.; m. 1863 Sir Charles Du Cane, of
Braxted Park, Essex, who was M.P. forMaldon 1852-3
and for N. Essex 1857-68 ; a Lord of the Admiralty
1866-8; Governor of Tasmania 1868-74 and Chairman
of the Board of Customs 1 878-89, and who was cr.
K.C.M.G. 1875 and d. \S89.~3fotmtains, Withajii,
Essex ; 41, Eaton Place, s.w.

DUCANE,Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Philip K C B
— Cr.l916. ' ■ ■

Younger son of Sir Charles Du Cane, K.C.M.G., of
Braxted Park, Essex, who d. 1889, by the Hon.
Georgiana Susan, youngest dau. of John Singleton,'
Ist and only Lord Lyndhui-st, P.C. ; b. 1865 ; m. 1914
Ethel Georgina Mary, eldest dau. of the late HiUyar
of Kilhendre, Shropshire,
;opner ■'^ - ^ •" r.- ^ . _ l.

Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is a Lieut.-Geu. late R.i
Col. Commandant R.A., a Comm. of the Legion of
Honour and a Grand Officer of the Belgian Order of the
Crown ; has the Russian Order of St. Stanislas and the
Belgian Croix de Guerre ; was Brigade Major R.A.
1904-5; D.A.A.G. at the Staff Coll. 1905-7; a Gen.
Staff Officer at Headquarters 1908-11 ; in command of
3rd Div. R.A. 1911-12 ; Staff Officer to the Inspector-
Gen, of the Forces 1912-14; Brigadier-Gen. on the
Staff 1914-16; attached to the Ministry of Munitions
1915-16; in command of 15th Corps in France and

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David

widow of Christopher Head, Esq. Sir John Du Cane

who was educated at Wellington Coll. and at the R.



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF



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I'landers 1917-18 and British Mil. RepresentatiTe
with Marshal Foch \9\S.— Naval and iHliiary Club,
■w. ; i, Upper Brook Street, -w.

DUCAT-HAMERSLET, Major Hugh Charles



DUCKETT, of Russelstown Park, eo. Carlow.

See Phillpotts.



DUCKETT. See Eustace-Buci-ett.



Claude, of Pyrton Manor, Oxfordshire. jjuCKHAM, Sir Aethue McDouqall, K.C.B
EldestsonofMajor-Gen. Claude Malet Ducat, formerly I -^^ ^ , ^, „ '



ubay StaBf Corps, who d. 1888, by Fanny Phillipa,
eldest dau. of the late Hugh Hamersley, Esq., J. P.
and D.L., of Pyrton Manor ; h. 1866 ; ?n. 1903 Adeline
Katharine Rose, dau. of the late Weever Walter, Ksq.,
and has, with othor issue, a son, * Hush John
Cochrane, h. 1907. Major Ducat-Hamersley, who was
educated at Rossall School and at the R. Mil. Coll.,
Sandhurst, and assumed the additional surname of
Hamersley bv royal license 1911, is Major ret., late
Cth Gurkha 'Rifles, Indian Army, and Lord of the
Manor of Pyrton.— f^r^on Manor, Watlington.
Oxfordshire ; Naval and Military Cluh, w.



DUCIE, Earl of (Henet John Moeeton,
G.C.V.O., P.O., F.R.S.).— Cr. 1837.
Eldest sou of Henry George Francis, 2nd Earl, by the
Hon. Elizabeth, who d. 1865, elder dau. of John, 2nd i
Lord Sherborne; A. 1827 ; s. 1853 ; m. 1849 Julia, who I DUCKWORTH, Sir Dtcb, Bart., M.D., LL.D.



Cr. 1917.

Third son of F. E. Duckham, Esq., of Blackheath ;
b. 1879 ; ?«. 1903 Maud, dau. of A. D. Peppercorn, Esq.,
of West Horsley, Surrey. Sir Arthur Duckham, who
was educated at Blackheath School and in the
Engineering Workshops, is a Comm. of the Italian
Order of the Crown ; was formerly Managing Director
of Woodall & Duckham Ltd., and has, since the war,
been Deputy Controller Munitions Inventions Depart-
ment Deputy Director-Gen. of Munitions Supply, and
Chairman of the Advisory Committee, Ministry of
Munitions ; appointed a Member of the Munitions
Council in charge of Aircraft Production 1918. and an
Additional Member of the Air Council 1919. — Ashtead,
Surrey ; Beform, and E. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; Bath
Club, w. ; Ministry oj Munitions, Whitehall Place, s.w.



d. 1895, dau. and heiress of the late James Haughton ■
Langston, Esq., M.P., of Sarsden House. The Earl of |
Ducie, who was educated at Eton, and was formerly
Hon. Col. 2nd Vol. Batt. Gloucestershire Eegt., and
Lord Lieut, of Gloucestershire 1857-1911, is a J.P.
for Oxfordshire and for Gloucestershire, and Patron
of 3 livings; was M.P. for Stroud 1852-3; Capt. of
the Yeomen of the Guard 1859-66, and Lord Warden
of the Stannaries in Cornwall and Devonshire, and
Eider and Master Forester of Dartmoor 1888-1908.
— Tortwortk Court, Falfield, Gloucestershire; Sarsden
House, Chipping Norton ; At/tenmim, Brooks's, and
Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; R. Yacht Squadron, Cowes ;
16, Portman Square, w.

Heir, his son Henry Haughton Reynolds, Lord Moreton,
a J.P. and D.L. for Gloucestershire ; a Magistrate for Oxford-
shire ; M.P. for W. Gloucestershire 1880-5 ; educated at
Trinity OoU., Cambridge : b. 1 807 ; m. 1888 Ada Margarette,
eldest dau. of the late Dudley Robert Smith, Esq.

DUCK, Sir Feancis, K.C.B., F.R.C.V.S.— Cr.
1911.

Tliird son of John Duck, Esq., of Catterick, Yorkshire,
who d. 1861, by Teresa, nee Fletcher, who d. 1866;
.'). 1845; m. 1883 Edith, dau. of the late Walter
Ponsouby Garrett, Esq., of Mid.Uetoii Wold, York-
shire. Sir Francis Duck, who was educated at Stony.
hurst Coll., is a Veterinary-Col. ret., late Army
Veterinary Department, and was Principal Veterinary
Officer in India 1894-7 and Ditector-Gen. Army
Veterinary Department 1897-1902. — Junior Consti-
tutional Club, w.

DUCKETT, Mrs., of Duckett's Grove, co. Car-
low ; and of Newtown, co. Kildare.
Marie, eldest dau. of Capt. Robert Gordon-Cumming,
66th Regt., who d. 1885, by Georgina, eldest dau. of
the late Henry Ross-Lewin, Esq., Lieut. 70th Eegt., of |
Fortfergus, and Cornfield, co. Clare ; m. 1 st 18 —
Theophilus Thompson, Esq., of Ford Lodge, Legakelly,
and Killabandrick, co. Cavan, a J.P. for co. Cavan, j
who


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