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57; m. 1891
Florence Eliza Palmer, younger dau. of the Ven. Frank
Roljert Chapman, formerly Archdeacon of Sudbury,
and has had, with 3 dans., an only son, Henry David,
Midshipman R.N. ; 6. 1897, and killed on active
service 1915. Col. Erskine, who was educated at
Charterhouse, is a J.P. for Fifeshire, a D.L. for North-
umberland, an Officer of the Belgian Order of Leopold,
Hon. Col., previously Lieut -Col. and Hon. Col. Comm.
Northumbrian Divisional Transport and Supply Column,
R.A.S.C, T.F., V.D., and Agent for the Bank of
England in Newcastle-upon-Tyne ; was a Deputy
Director of Supplies, with the temp, rank of Col.,
1917-19.— Residence: 37, Grey Street, Newcastle-
upon-Tyne.

ERSKINE, Henry Walter Coningsby, Esq., of
Bowscar, Cumberland.

Eldest son of the Hon. Augustus William Erskine,
J.P., bite 16th and 17th Lancers, of Bowscar, who d.
1914, by Harriet Susannah, who d. 1884, 3rd dau. of
the late William Forbes, Esq., of Medwyn, Peebles-
shire; 6.1872. Mr. Erskine was educated at Charter-
house and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1896.)—
Bowscar, Penrith, Cumberland.

ERSKINE. See Buchan; Kennedy-Erskine ; Mar;
Mar and Kellie ; and Rosslyn.

ERSKINE-WEMYSS. See Wemyss.

ESCOTT, Sir (Ernest) Bickham SWEET-,
K.C.M.G., F.R.C.I.— Cr. 1904.
Youngest son of the Rev. Hay Sweet-Escott, M.A.,
Rector of Kilve, Somerset, who d. 1910, by Eliza Ball,
■who(?. 191 0, dau. of the late Rev. Johu Coomber Collins,
of St. John's, Bridgwater. Somerset; b. 1857; ?n. 1881
Mary, dau. of the late Thomas Wingfield Hunt, Esq.,
H.E.I.C.S. Sir Bickham Sweet-Escott was educated at
Somersetshire Coll.,Bath, at Bromsgrove School, and at
Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1911) ; appointed
Classical Professor, Royal Coll., Mauritius, 1881,
Assistant Colonial Secretary at Mauritius 1886, Acting
Colonial Secretary 1889, and Colonial Secretary and a
M.E.C. andM.L.C. of British Honduras 1893, adminis-
tered the Government 1893, 1895 and 1897; was
Acting Senior Clerk in the Colonial Office 1898-9,
Administratorof the Seychelles Islands 1899-1 903, First
Governor and Commander-in-Chief 1903-4, Governor
and Commander-in-Chief of British Honduras 1904-6,
and of the Leeward Islands 1906-12, and Governor
and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of Fiji and
H.M.'s High Commissioner and Consul-Gen. for the
Western Pacific \^\2 -\8.— Willet, Queen's Park
Gardens, Bournemouth ; St. James's Club, w.

ESCOTT, the Rev. EdwabdHerbert SWEET-,
of Hartrow Manor, Somerset.
Fourth son of the Rev. Hay Sweet-Escott, M.A.,
Rector of Kilve, Somerset, whod. 1910, by Eliza Ball,



X Mr. Biber-Erskine is representative of the eliiest branch of
the Erfkine of the house of Buchan, 21st in direct descent from
Edward I., ft co-represeutative of the Brus of Scotland, of the old
SaxoD mouarchs, and the Scottish kings.



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-nho d. 1910, dau. of the late Eev. John CoomLes I
Collins, of St. John's, Bridgwater, Somerset, I. 1855 ; I
m. 1884 Anna Frances, elder dau. of the late Henry j
Kobertson, Esq., J.P., of Over Stowey, Somerset, and |
has a son, 'Henry Herbert, educated at Dulwich and
at Merton Coll., Oxford; b. 1885; m. 1916 Frances
Vera Pellereau, ekier dau. of Mrs. Brandreth, of
Bradford Court, Taunton. Mr. Sweet-Escott was !
educated at Somersetshire Coll., Bath, and at Balliol
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1878, M.A. U>i\).^Hartrow
Manor, Taunton. Somerset.

ESCOTT, William Sydney SWEET-, Esq.,
formerly of Hartrow Manor, Somer.set.
Eldest son of the Kev. William Sweot-Escolf, M.A,,
J. P., of Hartrow Manor, Vicar of Hill Farrance,
Somerset, who i. 1913, by Louisa Diinn, who d. 1913,
eldest dau. of the late Robert Bond, Esq., of DuUerton,
near Londonderry; b. 1867; /«. 1894 Ethel Frances,:
eldest dau. of the late Saoiuel Arthur Brain, Esq., of
Eoxburgh, Penarth, Glamorganshire, and has liad
a son, WiUiam Artliur, Lieut. K.F.A., Special Reserve ;
J. 1898, and killed in action 1918 ; and a dau., Violet, j
Mr. Sweet- Escott, who was educated at Trinity Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1890, M.A. 1894), and admitted a
Solicitor 1894, is Lord of the Manor of Alcombe,
Somerset. — Hartrow, Penarth, Glamorganshire.

ESDAILE, Charles Edwaed Jeifries, Esq., of
Cothelestone House, Somerset.
Second son of Edward Jeffries Esdaile, Esq., J.P., of
Cothelestone House, who d. 1881, by Eliza lanthe,
who d. 1876, dau. of the late Percy Bysshe Shelley,
Esq. ; /). 1845; m. 1874 Marion Maxwell, only dau. of
the late Samuel Saudbaeh, Esq., and has, with other
issue, * William Clement Heury, a Magistrate for
Somerset ; educated at Eton and at Magdalen Coll ,
Oxford (B.A. 1899); b. 1878. Mr. Esdaile, who was
educated at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1868), is a J.P.
and D.L. for Somerset (High Sheriff 1889), Capt. and
Hon. Major late W. Somerset Yeo. Cav., and Patron
of 2 livings. — Cothelestone House, Taunton; Arthur's
Club, s.w. ; Constitutional Club, w.c.

ESDAILE, Mrs., formerly of Hazelwood,

Sussex.
Florence, only dau. of George Crawshay, Esq., of
Haughton Castle, Northumberland, who d. 1896, by
Eliza, who d. 1889, dau. of the late Sir John Fife, of
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; m. 1876 James Kennedy Esdaile,
Esq., F.E.A.S., of Hazelwood, a J.P. and D.L. for
Sussex (High Sheriff 1881), who (^.1908, leaving, with
other issue, a sou. Arxiudell James Kennedy, educated
at Magdalene Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1902); b. 1880 ;
in. 1907Katharine Ada, only dau. of Andrew McDowall,
Esq., and has, with other issue, a son, James Edmund
Kennedy, b. 1910. — 99, York Mansims, Battersea
Park, s.-w.

ESDAILE, Seymour Tedlon, Esq., and SWAN
STALLYBRASS, Mrs., joint ovs'ners of
Tenchleys, Surrey.
Son of Edward Margrave Esdaile, Esq., who d. 1910,
by Flora, who d. 1912, elder dau and co-heiress of the
late William Hensman Teulon, Esq., of Tenchleys ;
b. 1874 ; m. 1904 Lilian Kathleen, youngest dau. of
John Duncan Hankey, Esq., and has 4 daus. Helena,
rounger dau. and co-heiress of William Hensman
Teulon, Esq., of Tenchleys, who d. 1899, by Frances,
whorf. 1871, dau. of the late Thomas Petter Powell,
Esq., M.D. ; ?«. 1882 William Swan Stallybr,iss, Esq.,
who assumed the surname of Stallybrass in lieu
of Sonnenschein by deed poll, and has, with a dau.,
a son, » William Teulon, called to the Bar at the



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Inner Temple 1909; educated at Westminster and
at Ch. Ch., Oxfonl (B.A. 1906, M.A. 1911, Fellow
of B.N.C. 1911 and Vice-Principal 1914); *. 1883.—
Addresses : {Esdaile) 20, Edith Villas, W. Kensington,
w. ; {Swan Stallybrass); 20, Linden Gardens, w.

ESHER, Viscount (Reginald Baliol Brett,
G.C.B., G.C.V.O.).— Cr. 1897.

Elder son of William Baliol, 1st Viscount, by
Eugenie, who d. 1904, only dau. of the late Mens.
Louis Mayer; b. 1852; s. 1899; ;«. 1880 Eleanor
Frances Weston, a Lady of Justice of the Order of St.
John of Jerusalem, and a Lady of the R. Red Cross,
3rd dau. of His Excellency the late M.' Sylvain Van
de Weyer, of New Lodge, Berkshire. Viscount Esher,
who wa.s educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge (B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878, LL.D. 1914,
Hon. LL.D. St. Andrews), is a J.P., and D.L.
for Berks, a D.L. for co. London, Hon. Col. 5th
Batt. R. Fusiliers, and 6th London Brigade R.F.A.,
Territorial Force, Deputy-Governor and Constable of
Windsor Castle, a Permanent Member of the Com-
mittee of Imperial Defence, a Knight of Justice of
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, and a Commauder
of the Legion of Honour ; has the Spanish Order of
Merit ; was Secretary to the Commissioners of Works
and Public Buildings 1895-1902; M.P. for Penryn
and Falmouth 1880-5, and President of the War
Office (Reconstitution) Committee 1903; apjiointed R.
Trustee of the British Museum 1906, and a Governor
of the Imperial Coll. of Science and Technology 1907.
— Residences: Orchard Lea, Winkfield, near Windsor;
The Boman Camp, Callander, Perthshire; Marl-
borough, and Brooks's Clubs, s.w. ; Turf Club, w. ;
2, Tilney Street, w.

Heir, his son Oliver Sylvain Baliol, M.B.K., Oapt. 16th(0u.ol
Louiionj Batt. Loudon Eegt. ; b. 1S81 ; m. 1912 Antoinette,
only dau. of August Heckscher, E^q., of New York, U.S.A.,
and has, with other issue a son, * Lionel Gonion Baliol,
6. 1913.

BSMONDE, Sir Thomas Henry Grattan, Bart.,
P.S. A.I., of Ballynastragh, co. Wexford.—
Cr. 1628-9.
Eldest son of Sir John Esmonde, 10th Bart., M.P.,
of Bally nastragh, by Louisa, who d. 1880, dau. of the
late Henry Grattan, Esq., of Tinnahinch,co. Wicklow,
and granddau. of the late Right Hon. Henry Grattan ;
h. 1862 ; s. 1876 ; m. 1891 Alice Barbara, dau. of the
late Patrick Donovan, Esq., J.P., ofFrogmore, co.Kerry.
Sir Thomas Esmonde is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Wex-
ford, a Member of the Irish Council of Education, a
Grand OfRcer of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre
and Representative of that Order for Ireland; late
Lieut. 6th Brig. S. Irish Div. R.A. ; was M.P. for S.
Dublin 1885-92, for W. Kerry 1892-1900, and for N.
Wexford 1900 -18, High Sheriff of co. Waterford 1887,
and Chairman of the eo. Wexford C.C. 1899-1911,
of the Gorey Rural Dist. Council and Board of
Guardians 1899-1919, and of the Arklow Harbour
Board 1900-19, and has been Chamberlain of the
Vatican Household since 1898. — Ballynastragh, Gorey,
CO. Wexford.

Heir, his son Osmond Thomas Grattan, educated at Balliol
Ooll., Oxford (B.A. 1917) ; b. 1896.

BSPLEN, Sir John, K.B.E.— Cr. 1918.

Eldest son of WiUiam Esplen, Esq., of Liverpool, who
d. 1915, by Su.sanah, dau. of the late Henry Parks,
Esq., of Liverpool; b. 1863; m. 1898 Laura Louise,
dau. of the late John Dickinson, Esq., of Sunderland.
Sir John Esplen, who was educated at Liverpool Coll.,
is Senior Partner in the firm of Messrs. Esplen, Sons
& Swainston Ltd., Naval Architects. — Heron Bridge,
Chester; E. Societies' Club, s.w. ; Junior Constitutional
Club, w. ; Billiler Buildings, E.c.

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ESSEX, Earl of (Algernon Geokge de Verb
Capell).— Cr. 1661.
Only son of George Devereux de Vere, 7th Earl, by
his 1st wife Eleanor Harriet Maria, who d. 1885, eldest
dau. of the late William Henry Harford, Esq., of
Oldtown House, Gloucestershire; b. 1884; «. 1916;
m. 1905 Mary Eveline Stewart, eldest dau. of the late
William Eussell Stewart Freeman, Esq., J. P. and
D.L., of Old Manor House, Wingrave, Buckingham-
ehire. The Earl of Essex, -who was formerly Lieut.
Herts. Imp. Xeo. and previously Lieut. 7th Hussars,
is temp. Capt. Remount Service and Patron of 3
Imngs.—Cassiobury Park, Watford. Hertfordshire;
Turf Club, -w.

Btir, his son Reginald George de Vere, Viscount Maiden,



ESSEX, Adele, Countess of.

Eldest dau. of the late Beach Grant, Esq., of New
York, U.S.A.; vi. 1893, as his 2nd wife, George
Devereux de Vere, 7th Earl of Essex, who d. 1916. —
72, Brook Street, w.



Sotheron by royal license 1915, was Rector of Long
Newnton, Wiltshire, 1884-1901, Hon. Canon of
Bristol 1898-1910, Vicar of Swindon, Wiltshire,
1901-10, Rural Dean of Gricklade 1903-10, and
Rector of Shipton Moyne, Gloucestershire, 1910-16,
has been Rector of Long Newnton, since 1917,
and is Lord of the Manors of Estcourt, Gloucester-
shire, and Darrington, Yorkshire, and Patron of 3
livings. — Newnton Rectory, Tetbury.

ETHELSTON, Edmund, Esq., of Hinton
Hall, Whitcliurch, Shropshire.
Eldest son of Robert Peel Ethelston, Esq., J.P., of
Hinton Hall, who d. 1906, by his Ist wife Louisa
Philippa, who d. 1892, 2nd dau. of the late Thomas
Perry, Esq., of Moor Hall, Essex; b. 1867; m. 1883
Ethel Constance, who d. 1918, 3rd dau. of Andrew
Caldecott, Esq., of Pishiobury, Hertfordshire, and has,
with another son and 3 daus., * Simon, Lieut. R.F.A.,
Special Reserve; b. 1893; m. 1918 Isabel Evelyn,
only dau. of Major Whitworth, of Crumpwell,
Oswestry. Mr. Ethelston was educated at Eton and
at Ch. Ch., Oxford.— ffi?^^!o» Hall, Whitchurch,



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ESSEX, Sir (Richard) Walter, Knt,
1913.

Eldest eon of the late John Essex, Esq., of London ;
b. 1857; m. Ist 1881 Marie, dau. of the late James
Chinchen, Esq., of Swanage, Dorsetshire; 2ndly
1885 Lizzie, 5th dau. of the late John Benson, Esq.,
of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Sir Walter Essex is a J. P.
for Gloucestershire ; was formerly a Member of the
Wandsworth Dist. Board of Works and M.P. for the
E. Div. of Gloucestershire 1906-Jan. 1910, and for
Stafford Dec. 19iO-\9lS. — Bourton-otuthe-Water,
Gloucestershire ; Reform, and National Liberal Clubs,
«.w. ; North Drive, Slreatham, s.w.

ESSEX. See Cowper, of High House, Lancashire.

ESTCOURT, Lady.

Margaret Monica, 6th dau. of the Rev. Martin
Stapylton. Rector of Barlborough, Derbyshire, who d.
1869, by Elizabeth Henrietta Stote, who d. 1887, dMU.
of the lat« Rev. James Watson Stote Donnison, Vicar
of Felixkirk, Yorkshire; m. 1863 George Th(
John (Sotheron-Estcourt), 1st and only Lord Estcourt
(cr. 1903), a J.P. and D.L. for Wiltshire, a J. P. for
Gloucestershire, and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. ret.,
late Comm. R. Wiltshire Yeo. Car., who was M.P.
for N. Wiltshire 1874-85 and who d.s.p. 1915.—
Estcourt, Tetbury.

ESTCOURT, the Rev. Edmumd Walter
SOTHERON-, of Estcourt, Gloucester-
shire ; and of Darrington Hall, Yorkshire.
Eldest son of Charles Wyatt Estcourt, Esq., of
Gatcombe House, Isle of Wight, who d. 1866, by
Frances Emma Coker, who d. 1875, only dau. of the late
Charles Holcombe Dare, Esq., of N. Curry, Somerset ;
J. 1850; s. his cousin George Thomas John (Sotheron-
Estcourt), 1st and only Lord Estcourt, 1916; m. 1876
Eleanor Lucy, who rder of the Crown ; was Private
Secretary to the 1st Lord of the Admiralty 1906-8 ;
Comm. R. Naval Coll., Dartmouth, 1910-12; Naval
A.D.C. to H.M. King George V. 1911-12; Rear-Adm.
1st Battle Squadron 1913-14, and in command of 6th
Battle Squadron 1915-18; has the Russian Order of'
St. Anne, 1st Class, with Swoi-ds, the Japanese Order!
of the Rising Sun, 2nd Class, and the French Croix
de Guerre. — Redlap House, Stoke Fleming, Bart-
mouth ; Travellers' Club, s.w. ; Naval and Military i
Club, w.

EVANS, Sir Murland de Grasse, Bart., F.Z.S. 1
— Cr. 1902. !

Eldest son of Sir Francis Henry Evans, 1st Bart., I
K.C.M.G., M.P., by Marie de Grasse, dau. of the late !
Hon. Samuel Stevens, of Albany, U.S.A., and widow
of Irving Van Wart, Esq.; b. 1874; i. 1907; m.\



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)2, by Caroline,
Henry Shepherd
Hilda, dau. of I



1909 Evangeline Mary, dau. of the late Major Charles
Newborne. Sir Murland Evans, who was educated at
Harrow and in Germany, is Major late 5th London
Brigade R.F.A., Territorial Force, one of H.M.'s
Lieuts. for the City of London, and a Director of
several Cos., and has the Order of the Medjidie,
3rd Class; appointed a Staff Lieut. 1915.— Beform
Club, s.w. ; City of London Club, e.g.

Heir Pres., his brother Jocelyn Herle, educated at Harrow

and at Trioity Ooll., Cambridge (B.A. 1902) ; b. 188U ; m.

1907 Blaoclie, younger dau. ot the late Judge William

Rumsey, of New York, U.S.A.

EVANS, Blanche, Lady.

Youngest dau. of the late Charles Rule, Esq., of
Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.; m. 1st 18— Herbert de
Pinto, Esq., who d. 1—; 2ndly 1905, as his 2nd
wife, the Right Hon. Sir Samuel Thomas Evans,
G.C.B., LL.D., Hon. Fellow of Jesus Coll., Oxford, a
Bencher and Trustee of the Middle Temple and a
J.P. for Glamorganshire, for Breconshire, and for
Pembrokeshire, who was M.P. for the Mid. Div. of
Glamorganshire 1890-March 1910, Recorder of Swan-
sea 1906-8, Solicitor-Gen. 1908-10, President of the
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Div. of the High
Court of Justice 1910-18, and Judge of the Prize Court
1914-18, and who was cr. Knt. 1908, G.C.B. 1917, and
d. 1918. — 9, Sussex Square, Brighton; 11, Lancaster
Gate, Hyde Park, w.

EVANS, Elizabeth Mary, Lady.

Dau. of the late Capt. Charles HaU, R.N.; m. 1846
Capt. Sir Frederick John Owen Evans, F.R.S., Hydro-
grapher to the Admiralty, who was cr. K.C.B. 1881,
■dndd. 1885.

EVANS, Maria Millington, Lady.

Younger dau. of the late Charles Crawford Lathbury
Esq., of Wimbledon ; m. 1892, as his 3rd wife, Sir John
Evans, K.C.B., D.C.L., LL.D., Sc.D., F.R.S., F.S.A.,
F.G.S., a Trusteeof the British Museum, a J.P., D.L., 0.
Aid., and Chairman of Quarter Sessions forHertfordshire
(High Sheriff 1881), President of the R. Numismatic
Society, Foreign Secretary of the Geological Society, a
Corresponding Member of the Institut de France, an
Hon. Fellow of B.N.C., Oxford, and a Knight Com-
mander of the Portuguese Order of St . Thiago, who was
Vice-President and Treasurer of the Royal Society
1878- 98, President of the Society of Antiquaries 1886-
1892, of the Geological Society 1875-6, of the Anthro-
pological Institute 1877-8, of the Society of Chemical
Industry 1892-3, and of the British Association 1897-
1898, and Chairman of the Society of Arts 1900-1 and
of the Hertfordshire C.C. 1898-1905, who had the
Order of St. Charles of Monaco, and who was cr.
K.C.B. 1892, and d. 1908. Lady Evans is M.A. of
Trinity Coll., Dublin, a Member of the Council of
Somerville Coll., Oxford (formerly " Mary Conybeare "
Scholar), of the Education Committee of the Hert-
fordshire C.C. and of the Council of the Hellenic
Society, London, and a Governor of the Girls' Grammar
School, Berkhamsted, of the Grammar Schools, Hitchin,
and of St. Paul's Girls' School (Mercers' Co.), Brook
Green. — c/o The Union of London and Smith's Bank,
Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.

EVANS, Gen. Sir Horace Moule, K.C.B. —
Cr. 1911.

Son of Frederick Mullet Evans, Esq., of Whitefriars,
who d. 1870, by Maria, who d. 1860, dau. of the late
George Moule, Esq., of Melksham, Wiltshire; b. 1841 ;
m. 1866 Elizabeth Annie, dau. of the late Surgeon.
Gen. John Nicholas Tresidder, Indian Medical Service.
Sir Horace Evans, who was educated at Fordington,
and entered the H.E.I.C.S. 1868, is a Gen. u.s.l. Indian
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Army and Col. 8tli Gurkhn Kifles, and was Deputy
Assistant Aajiitant-G™. Bengal 1880-1 and 1884-6,
Assistant Adjutant-Gt-n. there 1886-8 and Col.-on-the-
Staff 1894-5, and in command of a 2nd Class Dist.
Bengal 1895-9. — Edgcombe, Sleptinq, Sussex.

EVANS, Sir Frederick, K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O.,
C.B.E.— Cr. K.C.M.G. 1908, K.C.V.O.
1912.

Third son of William Frederick Evans, Esq., of the
Admiralty, who d. 1867, by Helene, who d. 1876, eldest
dau. of the late Col. George Montagu Robinson ; b.
1849; m. 1st 1886 Susan Wilkins, who d. 1889, eldest
dau. of the late James Hunt, Esq., of Lambert House,
Surbiton, Surrey ; 2ndly 1891 EUenwood, eldest dau.
of the late AVilliam Wood Heath, Esq., of Antigua.
Sir Frederick Evans was in the Civil Service (Admi-
ralty) 1867-78 ; Assistant Colonial Secretary and
Treasurer of Sierra Leone 1878-9; Acting Colonial
Secretary 1879-80, and Chief Secretary there 1881;
Assistant Colonial Secretary, Gold Coast Colony, 1882 ;
Acting Collector and Treasurer 1882-3, and Acting
Colonial Secretary there 1883 ; Deputy Governor of
Lagos 1883 and 1885-6, and of the Gold Coast Colony
1883-5; Colonial Secretary of Lagos 1886-7, of the
Gold Coast Colony 1887-8, and of the Leeward Islands
and President and Island Secretary of Antigua 1888-
95, and Colonial Secretary of Jamaica 1895-1901,
and of Gibraltar 19U1-14 ; is a Knight Commander of
the Order of Isabella Catolica of Spa.\n. — Windham
Club, s.w. ; 67, Weiherby Mansions, s.w.

EVANS, Emilia, Lady, of Lovesgrove, Car-
diganshire.
Dau. of the late James Hills, Esq. ; m. 1873 Sir Griffith
Humphrey Pugh Evans, of Lovesgrove, a Barri


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