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commanded the 31st Batt. Imp. Yeo. (Fincastle's
Horse) in S. Africa 1902, with the temp, rank of
Lieut.-Col.; was a Member of the London CO. 1910-13,
and a Gen. Staff Officer 1914-15 and 1916-17-— .Boroe,
Me^f Harris, Inverness-shire ; Residence: Thornhill,
Weybridge, Surrey ; Carlton, and Ma/)-lborough Clubs,
s.w.

Heir, his son Edward David, Tiscount Finoastle, b. 1908.

DUNN, Sir William Henrt, Bart.— Cr. 1917.

Younger son of John Quinn Dunn, Esq., of Clitheroe,
who d. 1 893, by Susannah Scarf, who d. 1884 ; b. 1856 ;
m. 1885 Ellen, dau. of the late John Christopher Pawle,
Esq. Sir William Dunn is a Fellow of the Surveyors'
Institution, a J.P. for the co. of London, one ol H.M.'s
Lieuts. for, and an Aid. of (elected 1909) the City
of London (Sheriff 1906-7, and Lord Mayor 1916-17),
Hon. Col. 1st London Divisional Transport and Supply
Column, R.A.S.CT.F., Hon. Commandant 2nd Batt.
City of London Vol. Regt., Chairman of the R. Botanic
Society, a Liveryman of the Shipwrights' and of several
other City Cos., a Knight of the Order of St. Olaf
of Norway, a Grand Officer of the Crown of Italy
and of the Order of the Saviour of Greece, and a
Comm. of the Legion of Honour and of the Belgian
Order of the Crown ; was M.P. for the W. Div. of
Southwark Jan. -Nov. 1910; has the Orders of the
Dannebrog of Denmark, the Rising Sun of Japan, 4th
Class, and the Crown of Prussia, 2nd Class. — Carlton,
Junior Carlton, and Hurlingham Clubs, s.w. ; 9,
Gloucester Gate, Regent's Park, n.w.
Heir, his son John Henry, i. 1890.

DUNN, Mrs., of Coombefisliacre House, Devon-
shire.
Marian Alice Mary, only dau. of Thomas Hodgson
Archer-Hind, Esq., F.L.S., J.P., of Coombefishacre
House, and of Ovington Lodge, Northumberland, who
d. 1911, by Marianne, who d. 1891, 2nd dau. of the
late Rev. John Thomas Huntley, Rector of Binbrooke,
Lincolnshire; in. 1883 the Rev. John Charles Dunn,
B.A., who was Vicar of Beadnell, Northumberland,
1878-87, and of Blanchland, Northumberland, 1887-
1914, and has been Rector of Torbryan, Devonshire,
since 1914, and has, with other issue, a son, "'Stephen
Woodham, is a Colonial Auditor, W. Africa ; educated
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at Durham School and at Merton Coll., Oxford; b.
1885. — Torbryan Bectory, Newton Abbot; Coombefish-
acre House, near Newton Abbot, Devonshire.

DUNN, Mrs., formerly of WalHngtous, Berk-
shire.
Agnes Tyringham, youngest dau. of the Rev. Richard
Stephens, B.D., of Belgrave, Leicestershire, who d.
1871, by Anne Emilie, who d. 1891, dau. of the late
Mons. Jean Henri de Sivrac, of Toulouse, Haute
Garonne; m. 1868 William Hew Dunn, Esq.. late
Capt. Berks Yeo. Cav., of Wallingtous, a J.P., D.L.
and Chairman of the C.C. for Berkshire (High Sheriff
1874), who d. 1911, leaving, with other issue, a son,
William Stephens, educated at Winchester and
at B.N.C., Oxford; b. 1870; m. 1898 Julia Anne,
dau. of the late Thomas Ferrier Hamilton, Esq., of
Cairnhill, Ayi'shire, and Westport, Linlithgowshire. —
Titcomb Manor, Hungerford.

DUNN-GARDNER, Algernon Chaeles
Wyndham, Esq., of Chatteris House, Cam-
bridgeshire ; and of Denston Hall, Suffolk.
Only surviving son of John Dunn-Gardner, Esq., of
Chatteris House, who d. 1903, by his 2nd wife Ada,
who d. 1915, elder dau. of the late William Pigott,
Esq., of DuUingham House, Cambridgeshire;*. 1853;
m. 1900 Harriet, who d. 1914, elder dau. of the late
Henry Compton, Esq., of Minstead Manor House,
Hampshire, and of Mapperton House, Dorset, and
has a dau., Miriam. Mr. Dunn-Gardner, who was
educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. and
M.A. 1878), is Lord of the Manor of Denston.—
Denston Hall, Newmarket ; Carlton, and Arthurs
aubs, s.w.



DUNNE, Sir John Hart, K.C.B.— Cr. 1906.

Only son of John Dunne, Esq., of Cartron, co. Ros-
common, who d. 1877, by Marianne, dau. of the late
Col. John Hart; b. 1835; m. 1870 Julia, dau. of the
late ■\Villiam R. Chapman, Esq., of Wliitby, Yorkshire.
Sir John Dunne is a Gen. ret., formerly 62nd, 21st, and
99th Regts., and Col. of the Wiltshire Regt., and was in
command of the 2nd Infantry Brigade Aldershot 1885 6,
and of the Thames District 1887-90, and Lieut, of The
Tower of London 1894-7 ; has the Grand Cordon of the
Order of the Medjidie. — United Service Club, s.w.

DUNNE, Major Edward Maeten, of Gatley
Park, and Bircher HaU, Herefordshire.
Third son of Thomas Dunne, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Bircher Hall and Gatley Park, who d. 1882, by Harriet
Frances, who d. 1916, 2nd dau. of the late Major-Gen.
Lechmere Coore Russell, C.B.,of Ashford Hall, Shrop-
shire ; b. 1864; m. 1899 the Hon. Grace Daphne
Rendel, 3rd dau. of Stuart, 1st and only Lord Rendel,
and has, with 2 dans., a son, * Philip Russell Rendel, b.
1904. Major Dunne, who was educated at Wellington
Coll. and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a J.P.,
D.L. and C.C. for Herefordshire, Major ret., late Border
Regt., and Lord of the Manor of Leinthall Earles ;
was M.P. for Walsall 1906-Jan. 1910, a D.A.Q.M.G.
1914-15 and an A.A.G., with the temp, rank of Lieut.-
Col., 1915-16; specially appointed to the Staff, with
the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col., 1917; has the Japanese
Order of the Sacred Treasure, 3rd Class.— (?a


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