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nford-Slater s.
her aunt Emily, widow of Col. Charles Day Durnford,
of Havelet House, and assumed the prefix surname
of Durnford by Act of Court, Guernsey,! 91 6. — Havelet
House, Guernsey.


DURRANT, Sir William Henry Estridge,
Bart., of Scottow, Norfolk.— Cr. 1784.
Duly son of Sir William Robert Estridge Durrant, 5th
Bart., by Emily Grace, dau. of the late John Street,
Esq., of London; b. 1872; s. 1912; m. 1900 Ethel
May, dau. of Henry Robert Jeffress, Esq., of Sydney. —
Residence : Westhourne Street, Drummoi/ne, Smlneu,
New South Wales.

Heir, his son 'William Henry Estridge, b. 1901.

DURRANT, Sir Arthur Isaac, Knt., M.V.O.,
O.B.E.— Cr. 1916.

Son of Isaac Durrant, Esq., of Reigate, Surrey, who d.
1912, by Mary, dau. of the late W illiam Tye, Esq., of
Suffolk; b. 1864; m. 1889 Laura Ada. dau". of the late
Frederick James Molteno, Esq.. of London. Sir Arthur
Durrant, who was educated at Tottenham Grammar
School, is Secretary to the Cabinet Committee on
Accommodation, to the Osborne C onvalescent Home for
Officers and to Osborne House Committee and Consult-
ing Staff; was formerlv Deputy Controller of Supplies
H.M.'s Office of Works, and a Principal Clerk (Con-
tracts and Labour Branohl 1909-10, and has been
Controller of Supplies since 1910. — Douglas, Oakhurst
Grove, Dulwieh, s.e. ; H.M.'s Office of Works, King
Charles Street, Whitehall, s.w.

DURRANT, the Misses, of Scottow Hall, Nor-

Nathalie Julie Colette and Emily Amelia Massy,
daus. of Sir Henry Josias Durrant, 4th Bart., D.L., of
Scottow HaU, -who d. 1875, by Alexandrina Charlotte




^who d. 1919, having m. 2ndly 1884Lieut.-Col. Arthur | by Maude, eUes
kundell, 3rd Batt. The Buffs, who d. 1891), only of W. Australia ;
child of the late Gen. Sir Robert Barton, K.C.H.-
Scottow Hall, near Norwich.

DUSGATE, Mrs., of Fring Hall, Norfolk.
Eose Ada, eldest dau. of Edwin William Thorn, Esq.,
of Stoke-on-Trent ; m. 1890 Kiehard Diisgate Dusgate,
Esq., late Midshipman R.N., of Ering Hall, who rf. 1 9 1 8,
leaving with other issue, * Edwin Francis (eldest
surviving son), educated at Bradfield Coll.; b. 1901.
Mrs, Dusgate is Lady of the Manor of Fring. — Frinc/
HaU, King's Lynn, Norfolk.

+ DUTHIE, Sir John, K.B.E.— Cr. 1918.

B. 1 8—. Sir John Duthie is Senior Assistant
Director-Gen. of Voluntary Organizations and a J.P.
— .52, Mark Lane, e.c.

DUTTON, Henry John, Esq., of Hinton House, !

Elder son of the Hon. John Thomas Dutton, J.P., of 1
Hinton House, who d. 1884, by Lady Lavinia Agues,
who d. 1893, oth dau. of Thomas, 5th Earl of Maccles-
field ; b. 184" ; m. 1888 Blanche Eleanor, 2nd dau. of
the late Laurence Trent Cave, Esq., of Ditcham Park, j
Hants, and has, with 3 daus., a son, * Ralph Stawell,
b. 1 S98. Mr. Dutt.on is a J.P. fur Hants (was on the
roll for High Sherifffor 1 896) ; late Lieut. Rifle Brigade, j
— Hinton House, Alresford ; Carlton CM, s.w. ; Naval,
and Military Club, w.

DUTTON. See Sherborne, Lord. ;


Rosetta, dau. of the late Abraham Barnett, Esq., of,
Can- Lane, Yorkshire ; »n. 1869 Sir Joseph Joel Duveen,
the Founder and head of the famous Art Firm of
Duveen Bros., and the donor of the new wing of the
British Art Gallery at Millbank, who was cr. Kut.
1908 and d. 1908.

DWYER-HAMPTON, Mrs., of Henllys, and
Bodior, Anglesey. j

Mary Gwendolen Hampton, eldest dau. of Col. Thomas
Lewis Hampton-Lewis, J.P. and D.L., R. Anglesey
R.E. Special Reserve, formerly one of the Hon. Corps !
of Gcntlemen-at-Arms. and Capt. 5th Dragoon GuaKls. j
of Henllys and Bodior, who d. 1912, by Lettice .
Martha (now of Bodior House), younger dau. of the [
late Henry Pritchard, Esq., of Trescaweu, Anglesey.
Mrs. Dwyer-Hampton, who assumed the additional
surname of Hampton, in compliance with the terms of
her father's will, 1913, m. 1914 Lieut.-Col. Bertie
Cunynghame Dwyer, D.S 0., Leicestershire Regt., who
assumed the additional surname of Hampton by royal
license 1^15.— Henllys, Beaumaris.

Heiress Pres., her sister Sisli Myfanwy (youngest dau.) ;
m. 1908 Capt. Arthur Oharles Davies, 6th Batt. R. Welsh
Fusiliers, a J.P. for Anglesey, of Traffoa, Anglesey, who
was kiJledin action 1015.

DTAS, Mrs., of Atliboy House, and Staliol-
mack, CO. Meath.
Rosa, dau. of the late Henry Mangin, Esq. ; >n. 1892
Nathaniel Hone Dyas, Esq., a J.P. for co. Meath (High
Sheriff of Co. Longford 1868, and of co. Meath 1889),
who d. 1901.— Athboy House, co. Meath.

DYER, Sir John Lodovick Swinneeton, Bart.
— Cr. 1678.

Only son of Capt. Sir John Swinnerton Dyer, 12th
Bart., M.O., Scots Guards (who was killed in action),

DYER, Sir William Tdbnee THISELTON-,
K.C.M.G., CLE.— Cr. 1899.
Eldest son of the late William George Thiselton-Dyer,
Esq., M.D., by Catharine Jane, dau. of the late Thomas
Firminger, Esq., LL.D., of Warren Lodge, Edmonton ;
b. 1843 ; m. 1877 Harriet Anne, dau. of the late Sir
Joseph Dalton Hooker, G.C.S.I., C.B., O.M. Sir William
Thiselton-Dyer, who was educated at King's Coll. School
and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, of which he became an Hon.
Student 1899 (B. A. 1867, M.A. 1873, B.Sc. Lond. 1870,
Ph.D. 1891, Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 1896, Hon. Sc.D.
Cambridge 1904 and Oxford 191 1), is a Magistrate for
Gloucestershire, and a Member of the Court of Bristol
Univ., and was Vice-President of the R. Society 1896-
7 ; Assistant Director of the R. Botanic Gardens, Kew,
1875-85, Director 1885-1905, Botanical Adviser to the
Secretary of State for the Colonies 1902-6, and the
Representative of Oxford Univ. on the Gloucestershire
Education Committee idOS-ie.— TJie Ferns, Witcomhe,

DYER, Leonard Whitworth Swinnerton, Esq.,
of Westhope Manor, Shropshire ; and of
Gorstage Hall, Cheshire.
Only son of Lieut -Col. Henry Clement Swinnerton Dyer,
of Westhope Manor, who d. 1898 (2nd son of Sir
Thomas Swinnerton Dyer, 9th Bart.), by Amelia Susan,
who d. 1903, only dau. of the late John Ward, Esq.,
of Otterington Hall, Hampshire; b. 1875; m. 1897
Lucy, elder dau. of the late Francis Schroeder, of New
York, and has issue, * Leonard Schroeder Swinnerton,
Lieut. R.F.A., Special Reserve; b. 1898. — Westhope
Manor, Craven Arms, Shropshire ; Bath Club, w.

DYER, Stewart John, Esq., of Westcroft
Park, Surrey.
Fourth and only surviving son of Sir Thomas Swin-
nerton Dyer, 9th Bart., who d. 1878, by Mary Anne,
who d. 1880, dau. of the late CoL John Albeck
Clement, R.A., of Steppe, Hampshire; h. 1842; m.
1873 Emily Mary Elizabeth, who d. 1912, only child
of the late Henry Edmund Bythesea, Esq., of Nettle-
ton, Wiltshire, and has had, with 2 daus., a son,
Stewart Barton Bythesea, D.S.O., Capt. ret., late 2nd
Life Guards, Major ret., late 3rd Batt. Wiltshire Regt.
and Attach^ at the British Embas.fy, Madrid ; b. 1876;
»i. 1906 Mai, only child of the late Capt. Samuel Lane
Osborne, R.N., and d. 1917, leaving a son, * Thomas
Musgrave Swinnerton, h. 1907. Mr. Dyer was
formerly Capt. ' The Buffs.' — Naval and Military

DYKE, the Right Hon. Sir William Hakt,
Bart., of Lullingstone, Kent.— Cr. 1676-7.

Eldest son of Sir Percyvall Hart Dyke, 6th Bart., of
Lullingstone, by Elizabeth, who d. 1888, dau. of the
late William Wells, Esq., of Bickley Park, Kent ; b.
1837; «. 1875; m. 1870 Lady Emily Caroline, eldest
dau. of John William, 7th Earl of Sandwich. Sir
William Hart Dyke, who was educated at Harrow and
at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1859, M.A. 1861), is a J.P.
and D.L. for Kent, and Patron of 1 living ; was formerly
a C. Aid. for Kent, M.P. for W. Kent 1865-8, for
Mid Kent 1868-85, and for the Dartford Div. 1885-
1906 ; Secretary to the Treasury 1874-80 ; Chief Secre-
tary for Ireland 1885-6, and Vice-Pres. of the Council




on Education 1 8S7 -92.— Lull inff stone Castle, Dartford ;
Carlton, and White's Clubs, s.w.

CoU., Cambridge (B.A. 1894); b. 1871; m. laus EJytUe,
younger dau. of the late W. Q. Harrison, Esq., Q.O., and
has a dau., EdytUe Frediswide.

DYKE, the Rev. John Dixon, formerly of
Glover's House, Kent.

Eldest son of John Dixon Dyke, Esq., J. P., of Glover's
House, who d. 1885, by Millicent, who d. 1901, youngest
dau. of the late Isaac Minet, Esq., of Baldwins, Kent ; ,
b. 1836. Educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1859,
M.A. 1862) ; was Vicar of St. James's, Camberwell,
1870-1913 and has been Rural Dean of Camberwell
since 1SS8.— Union Club, s.w.; 30 Crnwhurst Road,
Brixton, s.w.

DYKES. See Ballantine-Bykes.

DYMOCK, Rowland Griffith Vaughton, Esq.,
of Penley Hall, Flintshire.

Only child of Lieut.-Col. Theophilus Vaughton Dymoek,
of Penley Hall, who d. 1905, by Sabina Letitia, who
d. 1910, dau. of the late John Bell, Esq., of Belle
Vue, Tasmania ; b. 1869; m. 1893 Alice Maud, dau.
of the Rev. Thomas Townsend, Rector of Aghada,
CO. Cork, and has had a son, Robert Townsend
Vaughton, Lieut. Shropshire L.I. ; b. 1894, and d. of
wounds received in action 1915; and a dau., Alice
Louisa Mary, m. 1917 Capt. Sydney Augustus Wray
Maunsell, temp. Capt. R.A.S.C, and has a dau.,
Christine Alice. Mr. Dymoek was educated at Mal-
vern Coll. and at Pembroke Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1891).
— Penley Hall, Ellesmere, Shropshire; Coed yr Allt,
Banger Lane, Ealing, w.

DYMOKE, Frank Scaman, Esq., of Scrivelsby
Court, Lincolnshire (the Honourable the
King's Champion, and Standard Bearer
of England). \

Only son of Francis Scaman Dymoke, Esq., of Scrivelsby I
Court, who d. 1893, by Mary Ann, dau. of the late!
Henry Pollexfen, Esq.; 6.1862; m. 1st 1893 Frances
Anne, who d. 1906, 3rd dau. of Charles Bell, of Scam- 1
blesby, Lincolnshire ; 2ndly 1907 Marion Royee,
younger dau. of the late Charles Josselyn, Esq., of
Colchester, and has, with other issue, a son, * Lionel
Marmion, Lieut. 8th Batt. Middlesex Regt. ; educated
at Pembroke Coll., Oxford ; h. 1894. Mr. Dymoke is
a J.P. and D.L. for Lincolnshire, Lord of the Manors
of Scrivelsby, Thornton, and Dalderley, and Patron of
1 living. — Scrivelsby Court, Homcastle, Lincolnshire.

DY]\IOKE. See Hartwell.

DYNEVOR, Lord (Walter Fitz-Urtan
RHTs).-Cr. 1780.

Only son of Arthur do Cardonnel (Rice), 6th Lord, by
SelinA who A 1889, 3rd dau. ofthclateHou. Arthur
Lascelles; b. 1873; s. 1911 ; m. 1898 Lady Margaret
Child ViUiers, eldest dau. of Victor Albert George
Child, 7th Earl of Jersey. Lord Dynevor, who
educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, and assumed
the surname of Rhys in lieu of Rice by royal license
1916, was formerly Capt. Carmarthen R.G.A. Militia,
and M.P. for Brighton Jan. 1910-1911, and is a J.P.
and D.L. for Carmarthenshire. — Bynevor Cattle,
Llandilo, Carmarthenshire ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; Bache-
lors' Club, w. ; 15, Lower Berkeley Street, w.

Beir, his son Charles Arthur Uryan, Lleat. Grenadier Quarda ;
educated at Bton and at the B. Uil. Coll., Sandbnrst ; 6. 1899.

DYOTT, Richard Archibald, Esq., of Free-
ford, Staffordshire.
Eldest son of George Richard Dyott, Esq., J.P., of
Whittington Court, Staffordshire, who d. 1897, by
Caroline Mitchdl, dau. of the late George Clinton
Miller, Esq., of Goshen, Orange Co., New York, U.S.A. ;
b. 1881 ; s. his grandfather Lieut-Gen. Richard Dyott,
formerly R.E., 1903 ; m. 1906 Mary Frances Howard,
elder dau. of Howard Francis Paget, Esq., J.P., of
Elford Hall, Staffordshire, and has 2 daus. Mr. Dyott,
who was educated at Harrow and at B.N.C., Oxford
(B.A. 1904, B.C.L. and M.A. 1911), and called to
the Bar at the Inner Temple 1905, is Major T.F.
Reserve, late Lieut. Hon. Art. Co., T.F.—Freeford,

DYSART, Earl of (William John Manners
Tollemache). — Cr. 1643.
Only son of William Lionel Felix, Lord Huntingtower,
who d. 1872, by Katharine Elizabeth Camilla, who (^.
1896, dau. of Sir Joseph Burke, 1 1th Bart., of Glinsk ;
b. 1859; s. his grandfather Lionel William John, 8th
Earl, 1878; m. 1885 Cecilia Florence, who d. 1917,
younger dau. of the late George Onslow Newton, Esq.,
of Croxton Park, Cambridgeshire. The Earl of
Dysart is a Magistrate for Leicestershire, and Patron
of 5 livings, and was H.M.'s Lieut, for Rutland
1881-1906. — Buckminster Park, Grantham; Ham
House, Petersham, Surrey.

Hnrest Pres. to the Earldom, his niece Wenetryde Agatha,
only child of Charles Norman Lindsay Tollemache Scott,
Esq., formerly of Bosworth Park, Leicestershire, by Lady
Agnes Mary Manners, who d. 1912, 2nd dan. of William
Lionel Felix, Lord Huntingtower, and sist«r ol the present
Earl of Dysart ; m. 1913, as his 2nd wife, Capt. Owaiu
Edward Whitehead Greaves (,tchom tee under Grosvenor,
lady Henry George, C.B.E.), and has 2 daus., •Rosamund
Agnes : and Katharine.

Heir Pres. to the Baronetcy (cr. 1793), Arthtu: Frederick
Churchill Tollemache, Esq., formerly of Ballincor, King's
Co. (uhom see).

DYSON, Sir (Charles) Frederick, Knt.— Cr.

Second son of Thomas Dyson, Esq., of Windsor, who d.
1903 ; b. 1856 ; m. 1885 Mary E., who d. 1917, dau.
of the late W. Thorpe Briggs, Esq., of Windsor. Sir
Frederick Dyson is a J.P. and Councillor of Windsor,
and was Mayor 1909-11. — Clarence Crescent, Windsor,

DYSON, Sir Frank Watson, Knt., F.R.S.,
F.R.S.E., F.R.A.S., LL.D., D.Sc— Cr.

Eldest son of the Rev. Watson Dyson, of Measham,
Derbyshire, who d. 1904, by Frances, who d. 1909,
dau. of the late Mr. James Dodwell, of Long Crendon,
Buckinghamshire; b. 1868; m. 1894 Caroline Bisset,
dau. of the late Palemon Best, Esq., M.B., of Louth,
Lincolnshire. Sir Frank Dyson, who was educated at
Bradford Grammar School and at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge, oi which he was formerly a Fellow (B.A.
1889, M.A. 1893, Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh 1910, Hon.
D.Sc. Perth and Melbourne 1914), was Chief Assistant,
K. Observatory, Greenwich 1894-1905; Secretary to
the R. Astronomical Society 1899-1905; Astronomer
Royal for Scotland and Professor of Astronomy in
Edinburgh Univ. 1905-10, and President of the R.
Astronomical Society 1911-13; has been Astronomer
Royal for England since 1910, and Corresponding
Member of the Academy of Science, Paris, since 1914,
and of the Academy of Science, Petrograd, since 1916.—
Athenmmi Club, s.w.; R. Observatory, Greenwich,





EADY, the Right Hon. Sir Charles Swinfen,
Knt., of Wood Norton, Worcestershire. —
Cr. 1901.

Second son of the late George John Eady, Esq., of[
Chertsey, Surrey, by Laura Slaria, dau. of the late <
Richard Smith, Esq., of Chertsey, Surrey; b. 1851;
m. 1894 Blanche Maude, younger dau. of Sydney
Williams Lee, Esq., of Dereham, Putney Hill, S.W., and
has, -with other issue, a son, *Charles Swinfen, b. 1904.
Sir Charles Eady, who was educated privately
(LL.B. Lond. 1S7S, LL.D. 1878), called to the Bar at
the Inner Temple 1879, appointed a Q.C. 1893, and
elected a Bencher 1901, is Chairman of the Council of
Legal Education and of the Historical Manuscripts j
Ccmniission, a Member of the Senate of London Univ.,
and Lord of the Manor of Norton and Lenchwick. and j
was a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Chancery
Div., 1901-13 and a Lord Justice of Appeal 1913-18 ; I
appointed Master of the Rolls 191S.— Wood NortonA
Evesham, Worcestershire; Atkenceum, wnd St. Stephen's
- Clubs, 8.W. ; 23, Hi/de Park Gardens, v.-. |

EAGLESOME, Sir John Egan, K.C.M.G.—
Cr. 1916.

B. 1868 ; m. 1908 Evanna Constance, eldest dau. of the
late Kenrick Morton-Lloyd. Esq.. M.R.CS. Sir John
Eaglesome, who entered the Public Works Department,
India, 1890, was Assistant Engineer for the Con-
struction of Khojak Tunnel, Afghanistan, 1892, and
Godavari Bridge, Madras, 1900 (thanked by Govern-
ment) ; Director of Public Works, N.Nigeria, 1900-12,
in charge of Baro-Kano Railway 1907 and Director of
Railways and Works, Nigeria, 1912-19. and lent his
services to the Ministry of Munitions 1916 ; appointed
Gen. Manager of the Aire and Calder Navigation 1919.
—Leeds ; St. Stephen's Club, s.w.

EARDLEY, Lady. See Lo.^dn Y Lousada, I)u-
ckesse de.

EARDLET. See Fremantle, of Bedwell Pari; Hert-


EARLE, Sir Henry, Bart., D.S.O.— Cr. 1869.
Eldest son of Sir Thomas Earle, 2nd Bart., of Allerton
Tower Lancashire, by Emily, who d. 190.5, dau. of the
late William Fletcher, Esq.; *. 18.54; s. 1900; »«. 1891
Evelyn Grace, dau. of the late Major Cliarles Henry
Boileau. 61st Regt., and has a dau., Phyllis Audrey,
m. 1915 Capt. Osbert Stephen Cundy-Cooper, M.C., ret;.,
late R. Fusiliers, and has, with other issue, a son, John I
Maurice Earle, b. 1916. Sir Henry Earle, who was'
educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Oxford, is a D.L.
for the Isle of Wight and Lieut.-Col. ret. pay, and was
formerly Major(2nd in Command) K.O. Yorkshire L.I. ;
appointed an Intelligence Officer 1914. — Norton Lodge.
Yarmouth, Isle of Wight ; Naval and Military Club, is. '

H^r Pres., his brother Hardman Arthur, educated at Eton :
b. 1869 ; m. 1916 Edith Euganie, dan. of Charles Wixley, |
Eiq., and widow of Arthur Holland, Esq.

EARLE, Sir Lionel, K.C.B., C.M.G.—
Cr. I916.

Second son of Capt. Charles William Earle. late Rifle
Brigade, of Woodlands, Surrey, who d. 1897, by Maria
Theresa, eldest dau. of the late Hon. Edward Ernest
Villiers ; b. 1866. Sir Lionel Earle, who was educated
at Marlborough, at Gottingen and Paris Univs., and at
Merton Coll., Oxford, is a J.P. for co. London ; was
an Assistant Secretary to the British R. Commission at
the Paris Exhibition 1898-1901 ; Acting 2nd .Seeret^iry
of Embassy 1900 ; Private Secretary to the Lord Lieut,
of Ireland (Earl of Dudley) 1902-3, to the Lord
President of the Council (Marquis of Crewe) 1907-8
and to Secretaries of State for the Colonies (Marquis
of Crewe, and the Eight Hon. L. Hareourt) 1908-12 ;
appointed Permanent Secretary to H.M.'s Office of
Works and Public Buildings \9]2.— Woodla>id.'^,
Qobham, Surrey ; Travellers' Club, s.w. ; St. Janus' f
Club, w. ; 14, Sloane Gardens, s.w.

EARLE, Sir Archdale, K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E.—
Cr. K.C.LE. 1911, K.C.S.I. 1918.

Sixth sou of Henry Edward Earle, Esq., of High Ongar,
who d. 1873, by Annie Maria, dau. of the late Henry
Sharpin, Esq., of Beccles ; h. 1861; m. 1888 Violet
May, a Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem, dau. of the late Rev. William Besant, M.A.,
Vicar of Buglawton, Cheshire. Sir Archdale Earle,
who was educated at Uppingham and at Queen's Coll.,
Oxford, and entered the Indian Civil Service 1882, is a
Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem,
and was Deputy Commissioner, Darjeeling, 1898-1901 ;
Commissioner of Excise, Bengal, 1901-2; Secretary to
the Board of Revenue 1902-3, and to the Government
of Bengal, Revenue and Gen. Departments, 1903-6;
Director of Public Instruction, Bengal, 1 90 6-8; Com-
missioner, Palna Div., 1908-9; Chairman of the
Calcutta Corporation 1909-10; Secretary to the Govern-
ment of India, Home Department, and an Additional
Member of the Council of the Governor-Gen. of India
for making Laws and Regulations 1910-12, and Chief
Commissioner of Assam 1912-18.— /7(7Sil India JJtiited
Service Club, s.w.

EAST, Sir Gilbert Augustus CLAYTON-,
Bart., of Hall Place, Berkshire. — Cr.
1731-2 and 1838.
Only son of Sir Gilbert East Gilbert-East, 2nd Bart.,
of Hall Place, by Emma Jane Lucretia, wlio d. 1871,
eldest dau. of the late Sebastian Smith, Esq. ; h.
1846; «. his father as 3rd Bart., of Hall Pl.ace
(cr. 1838), 1866, and his cousin Sir William Robert
Clayton, 6th Bart., as 7th Bart., of Marden Park,
Surrey (cr. 1731-2), 1914; m. 1867 Eleanor Theresa,
eldest dau. of Major-Gen. Alexander Robert Fraser.
Sir Gilbert Clayton-East, who was educated at Eton
and at Magdalene Coll., Cambridge, and resumed the
surname of Clayton 1870, is a J.P. for Berkshire and
Lord of the Manor of Hurley. — Hall Place, Maiden-

ff«(r, his son Gilbert William, 6. 18G9.

EAST, Frances Elizabeth, Lady.

Only child of the Rev. Arthur Mogg, of Chilcompton,
Somerset, who d. 1840, by Elizabeth Vere, who d. 1887,




youngest dan. of the late Rev. Arthur Annesley, of
Clifford Chambers, Gloucestershire; ?«. 1st 1860
Edward H. Watts, Esq., who d. 1872; 2ndly 1875,
as his 2nd wife. Sir Cecil James East, a Gen. ret.,
who commanded a 2nd Class District, Bengal,
1883-8 and a 1st Class District, Madras, 1889-93,
was Governor and Commandant of the R. Mil. Coll.,
Sandhurst, 1893-8, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1897 and
d. 1908.

EAST, Annie, Lady.

Eldest dau. of the late Henry Heath, Esq., of High
Wycombe; m. 1874 Sir Alfred East, R. Ac. an Hon,
Associate of the R. Institute of British Architects,
a Fellow of the R. Society of Painter Etchers, an Hon.
Member of the R. Academies of Milan and Stockholm,
and a Cavaliere of the Order of the Crown of Italy, who
was President of the R. Society of British Artists 1906-
13, and who was cr. Knt. 1910 and d. 1913.— 67,
BelsUe Park, n.w. ; 2, Spenar Street, Westminster,

at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1909);
h. 1887; III. 1912 .Vlice Leonora Zaeyntha, 2nd dau of
Lionel Richard Cavendish Boyle, Esq., M.V.O., and
has 2 daus. Mr. Eastwood, who was educated at Eton,
IS a Magistrate for Surrey.— Gosde« House, auildford]
Conservative Club, s.w.

EASTWOOD, of Castletown Castle, co. Louth.

EAST, Mrs. D'Est^ of Bonrton House, Glou-
Gertrude Charlotte Mary D'Este, eldest dau. of the
late Edward Hinton East, Lieut. R,A., of Jamaica (by
Charlotte Mary, who d. 1916, dau. of the late William
Straehan, D.D.), and cousin of Sir James Buller East,
2nd Bart, (ext.), of Bourton House ; m. 1877 Herbert
Hinton East Maclaverty, E.sq., of Jamaica, who rf. 1919.
Mrs. D'Est^ East inherited this property iu 1878, under
the will of her cousin Sir James Buller East, 2nd Bart.
(ext.), and, with her husband, assumed the surname of
East by royal license IS79.— Bourton House, Moreton-
in-the-Marsh, Glmicestershire.

EASTON, Mrs., of Holton Hall, Suffolk.
Agnes Josephine, only dau. of Joseph Dawson, Esq.,
of Chateau de la Chambrerie, Tours, France, who d.
1866, by Agnes Hernelinde Dumesuil, who d. 1907;
m. IS88 Charles John Easton, Esq., of Holton Hall,
Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col. late Suffolk R.G.A. Militia,
who d. 1909, leaving, with other issue, a son, *Ger-
vaise Lennard Edward. M.C., (with Bar) Capt. R.F.A.,
Special Reserve, and Acting Major R.F.A. ; educated at
Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge; i. 1893. —
Holton Hall, Hcdesworth, Sufol/c.



EASTWOOD, Arthur Bdgell, Esq., of Leigh
Court, Taunton, Somerset.
Second son of John Fisher Eastwood, Esq., of Esher
Lodge, Surrey, who d. 1898, by Frances Mary, who d.
1876, dau. of the late Charles Thomas Pearce, Esq., of
Grove Hill, Camberwell ; 6.1860; m. 1889 Margaret
Esther, who d. 1912, 2nd dau. of the late William
Knox Wigram, Esq. Mr. Eastwood, who was educated
at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1881, M.A.
1885), was formerly a Solicitor, and is a Magistrate
for Somerset. — Leigh Court, Taunton ; United Uni.
versify Cluh, s.w.

EASTWOOD, John Edmdnd, Esq., of Gosden
House, Surrey.

Eldest son of Francis Edmund Eastwood, Esq., J.P., of
Enton, Surrey, who d. 1903, by Emma Molyneux, who
d. 1913, dau. of the late John Sparkes, Esq., of
Gosden House; b. 1861; m. 1886 Ethel, dau. of the
late Thomas Lawes Rogers, Esq., of Eltham, Kent, and
has, with other issue, a son, *John Francis, Lieut.
and temp. Capt. Grenadier Guards, Special Reserve ; late
Lieut. 2nd Bucks (Eton Coll.) Vol. Batt.Oxfordshire L.I.;
^ c^ed to the Bar at the Inner Temple 191 1 ; educated

EATON, Sir John Craig, Knt.— Cr. 1915.

Youngest son of Timothy Eaton, Esq., of Toronto,
Canada, who d. 1907, by Margaret Wilson Beattie;
h. 1876 ; m. 1901 Florence, dau. of John MeCrea, Esq.,
of Omemee, Ontario. Sir John Eaton, who was
educated at Toronto Public Schools and at Upper
Canada Coll., is President of the T. Eaton Co. Ltd., of
Toronto and Winnipeg ; a Director of the Dominion
Bank; a Trustee of Toronto Gen. Hospital ; a Member
of the Senate of Victoria Coll. ; Commissioner for
Toronto, Canadian Baden-Powell Boy Scouts, and a
Member of the Toronto Board of Trade and of the
Board of Governors of Toronto \Jm\.—Ardwold,
Toronto, Canada; Kawandag, Sosseau, Muskoka,
Canada; York, and National Clubs, Toronto ; Manitoba
Club, Winnipeg.

-I-EATON, Charles Edward Thynne, Esq., of
Tolethorpe Hall, Rutland.
Only son of Stephen Ormston Eaton, Esq., late King's
R. Rifle Corps, of Tolethorpe Hall, who d. 1911, by his
1st wife Mary Isabella Emma, who d. 1906, only child
of the l

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