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trong, Esq., J.P., of
Claremont, who d. 1879, by his cousin Emma, dau. of
the late Thomas Priaulx, Esq., of Guernsey; b. 1833;
m. 1860 Elizabeth, who d. 1892, d.au. of the late
Robert Graves, Esq., of Cloghan Castle, King's Co., and
has, with other issue, *John Priaulx, b. 1866. Mr.
Armstrong, who was formerly Major 49th Foot, is a
Magistrate for King's Co. — Claremont, Banagher,
King's Co.

ARMSTRONG, Major William Duncan
Francis HEATON-.

Elder son of William Charles Heatou-Armstrong, Esq.,
F.R.G.S., I'.K.A.S., I'.R.B.S., F.Z.S., formerly M.P.
for the Sudbury Div. of Suffolk, who d. 1917, by
Baroness Bertha Maximiliaiia, only surviving dau. of
the oth Baron Zois-Edelstein, uf Carniola, Austria ; b.
1886. Major Heaton-Armslmng, who was educated
at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is Senior
Representative of the families of Armstrong, of
Mangerton, Mount Heaton, Farney Castle, Mealiffe,
&c., of MacDonnell, of Newhall, and of Heaton, of
Moor House, Yorkshire, Major 3rd Batt. Lancashire
Fusiliers, serving with Labour Corps, and an Officer of
the Order of the Eagle of Albania, and was Private
Secretary and A.D.C. to the Mbret of Albania 1914.—
Junior United Service, and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ;
5, Cornwall Gardens, s.w.

ARMSTRONG-JONES, Sir Robert, Knf.,
C.B.E., M.D., F.R.CP., F.R.C.S., F.S.A.
— Cr. 1917.

Eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Jones, of Eisteddfa,
Criccieth, Carnarvonshire, who d. 1894, by Jane Eliza-
beth, who d. 1904, only dau. of the late Robert Jones,
Esq., of Eisteddfa; b. 1857; m. 1893 Margaret Eliza-
beth, eldest dau. of the late Sir Owen Roberts, M.A.,
F.S.A., D.C.L., LL.D., J.P. and D.L. Sir Robert
Armstrong-Jones, who was educated at the Univ. Coll.
of Wales, Aberystwyth, and at St. Bartholomew's
Hospital (M.B. London Univ. 1880, M.D. 1883, B.S.
1885), and assumed the prefix surname of Armstrong
by deed poll 1914, is a J.P. for Essex, for Carnarvon-
shire, and for co. London ; Lecturer on Mental Diseases
at St. Bartholomew's Hospital ; temp. Lieut.-Col.
A.M.S., and a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John
of Jerusalem ; was formerly Resident Physician to
Earlswood Asylum and to the London C.C. Asylum,
Clay bury, Essex, and Consulting Physician in Mental
Diseases to the Mil. Forces in London and Aldershot ;
has travelled throughout Europe and in N. Africa
inspecting Asylums for the care of the insane, and has
written extensively upon the subject. — Plds Dinas,
Carnarvon; Athenaum, and Seform Clubs, s.w.; 9,
Bramham Gardens, S. Kensington, s.w.

ARMYTAGE, Lieut.-Col. Sir George Ays-

cough, Bart., C.M.G., D.S.O., of Kirklees

Park, Yorkshire.— Cr. 1738.

Elder son of Sir George John Armytage, 6th Bart.,

F.S.A., D.L., by his 1st wife Ellen, who d. 1890, eldest

dau. of the late Rev. Ayscough Fawkes, of Farnley Hall,

Yorkshire; b. 1872; s. 1918; vi. 1899 Aim^e, 3rd

dau. of Sir Lionel Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington,

11th Bart., of Ghevet Hall, Yorkshire. Sir George

Armytage is Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. King's R.

Kifle Corps ; commanded 74th Infantry Brigade, with





the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1916-17, and 117th
Brigade 1917-19, and has commanded 97th Brigade,
with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., since 1917. —
Kirklees Park, Brighouse, Yorkshire; Carltun C/ub.s.vi.
Heir, hiB son Jobn Lionel, b. 1901.

ARMYTAGE, Maet Georqiana, La^ly.

Dau. of the late Henry Anthony Littledale, Esq., of
Bolton Hall, Yorkshire ; m. 1893, as his 2nd wife,
Sir George John Armytage, 6th Bart., F.S.A., D.L., of
Kirklees Park, Yorkshire, who d. 1918.— 27, Cambridge
Square, Hyde Park, w.

+ ARNALL-THOMPSOISr, William Eenest,
Esq., of Ansty Fritli, Leicestersliire.
Son of the late Joseph Arnall, Esq., of Thrussington,
Leicestershire (by Mary, who d. 1909, dau. of the late
John Thompson, Esq.), and nephew of the late Frederic
John Thompson, Esq., of Ansty Frith, and Belgrave
Grange, Leicestershire; h. 18—; s. his brother Harry
Thompson Arnall-Thompson, Esq., 1916, and assumed
the additional surname of Thompson by royal license
1917. — Ansty Frith, Leicester.

ARNOTT, Sir John Alexander, Bart., of
Woodlands, co. Cork.— Or. 1896.

Eldest son of Sir John Arnott, 1st Bart., by his 1st
wife Mary, who d. 1866, dau. of the late James
M'Kinley, Esq., of Stirling, N.B. ; b. 1853; s. 1898;
m. 1881 Caroline Sydney, D.B.E., a Lady of Grace of
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, eldest dau. of Sir
Frederick Martin Williams, 2nd Bart. Sir John
Arnott is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Cork, and Major and
Hon. Lieut.-Col. late 4th Batt. Cheshire Regt.— 12,
Mcrrion Square, Dublin ; Carlton, White's, and Welling-
ton Clubs, s.w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin.


Tama Kurokawa, a Japanese Lady ; m. 1897, a
3rd wife. Sir Edwin Arnold, C.S.l., Author of


Light of As

litor of the 'Daily Telegraph,' and

Grand Commander of the Orders of the White Elephant
and of tlie Crown of Siam, who had the Imperial
Orders of the Medjidie, 2111 Class, and Osmanieh,
Class, the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, and the
Persian Order of the Lion and the Sun, who was for-
merly Principal of the Government Sanskrit Coll. at
Poona, E. Indies, and who was cr. K.C.I.E. 1888, anc
d. 1904. — .i9. Prince of Wales Mansions, Battersea
Park, s.w.

ARNOLD, Major William Reginald, of Nether-
cott, Devon.
Only surviving son of Lieut.-Col. William Arnold, a
J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. for Devon, who d. 1901, by
Georgina Elizabeth, only dau. of the late J. C. Easton,
Esq. ; b. 1865 ; m. 1915 Charlotte Jessie Mary, eldest
dau. of the Rev. Joseph Rawle Paramore, Rector of
Iddesleigh, Devonshire, and has 2 dans. Maji
Arnold, who was educated at Marlborough Coll., is a
J.P. and C.C. for Devonshire and Major ret., lat
Dorsetshire Regt.— Netkircott, Iddesleigh, N. Devon
Naval and Military Club, w.

ARNOLD. See Coape-Ariwld.

ARNOLD-PORSTER, Edwaed Penrose, Esq.
formerly of Catbedine, Yorkshire.

Eldest son of William Delafield Arnold, Esq., Directoi-
of Public Instruction in the PuDJab, who iV. 1869 (by
Frances Anne, dau. of the late Gen. Hodgson), and
nephew and adopted son of the late Right Hon. Wil
liam Edward Forster, M.P., whose surname he assumed
in addition to his own in 1879 ; b. 1851 ; m. 1875 Edith
Mary, 3rd dau. of the late William Ford, Esq., C.S.I,
and has, with other issue, a son, Forster Delafield
C M.G.,Capt. R.N. and an Officer of the Italian Order of
St. Maurice and St. Lazarus ; b. 1876 ; m. 1907 Georgina
Mary, eldest dau. of Alfred Tucker, Esq., of Fouries-
hurg. Orange River Colony, and has a dau., Georgina
Margaret. Mr. Arnold-Forster, who was educated at
Rugby, is a J.P. and D.L. for the W. Riding of York-
shire, and Hon. Col. 6th Batt. W. Riding Regt., T.D
— 53, High Street, Portsmouth ; Athenmum Club, s.w.

Heir, his i
R. Irish R-'fles : previously
(Scottish Rifles) ; h. 1890.

ARNOTT, Emily, Lady. ^e& Fitz- Gerald- Arnott.


Anne Pitcairn, dau. of llie late Major John William
Carnegie, C.B. ; m. 1860, as 2nd wife. Sir Joseph
Aruould, a Judge of the High Court of Judicature,
Bombay, who was or. Knt. 1859, and d. 1886.

ARRAN, Earl of (Arthur Jocelyn Charles
Gore, K.P., P.O.).— Cr. 1762.

Only son of .Arthur Saunders William Charles Fox,
5th Earl, by his 1st wife the Hon. Edith, who d. 1871,
2nd dau. of the late Viscount Jocelyn, and granddau.
of Robert, 3rd Earl of Roden; 4. 1868; s. 1901 ; m.
1902 Mathilde Jacqueline Maria Beauelerk, a Lady of
Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, only dau.
of Baron Huyssen van Kattendyke, of The Hague.
The Earl of Arran is H.M.'s Lieut, and a J.P. for co.
Donegal, a J.P. and D.L. for cos. Louth, and Mayo, a
J.P. for Hertfordshire, Capt. and Brevet Major ret., late
Reserve of Officers, and a Knight of Grace of the Order
of St. John of Jerusalem, and was formerly Lieut.-
Col. Coram, the Contingents of the Officers' Training
Corps, Territorial Force, located in Ireland, and previ-
ously Capt. and Brevet Major R. Horse Guards ;
sits in the House of Lords as Lord Sudley, U.K. (cr.
imi).— Castle Gore, ISatUna, CO. Mayo; Hyde Hall,
Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire ; Eavensdale Park, co.
Louth; Travellers' Club, s.w. ; Bachelors', and Turf
Clubs, w. ; E. Yacht Squadron, Cowes.

Heir, his sou Arthur Paul John Charles James, Viscount
Sudley, 6. 1903.

ARRAN, Winifred Ellen, Countess of.

Youngest dau. of John Reilly, Esq., of St. Brigid's, co.
Dublin, who d. 1875, by the Hon. Augusta, who d.
1903, youngest dau. of Edward Burtenshaw, IstLord St.
Leonards ; m. 1 st 1 88 1 the Hon. John Montagu Stopford,
Grenadier Guards, who d. 1886; 2ndly 1889, as 2nd
wife, Arthur Saimders William Charles Fox, 5th Earl of
Arran, K.P., who d. 1901. The Countess of Arran
was Lady-in-Waiting to Princess Christian 1885-9. —
Queen Anne's Mead, Windsor.

ARROL, Lady.

Elsie, 2nd dau. of the late James Robertson, Esq., of
the National Bank of Scotland, London ; m. 1910, as
his 3rd wife, Sir WiUiam Arrol, LL.D., F.R.E.S., a
Contractor, a D.L. for Glasgow, and a J.P. for Ayrshire,
who was Chief Contractor for the Forth Bridge, and
the 2nd Tay Bridge, and M.P. for Ayrshire S. 1895-
1906, and who was cr. Knt, 1890 and d. 1913.—
Baron's Court, Bishop's Avenue, N.w.

ARTHUR, Sir George Compton Archibald,
Bart., M.V.O.— Cr. 1841.
Elder son of Col. Sir Frederick Leopold Arthur, 2nd
Bart., by Lady Elizabeth (who d. 1902, having m. 2nd




1883 the Rev. Ernest Edward Dugmore), 4th dau. of
Thomas, 10th Earl of Kinnoull ; b. 1860; s. 1878; m.
1898 Kato Harriet, dau. of the late Horatio Brandou,
Esq., and widow of Arthur Raymond Yates, Esq.
Sir George Arthur, who was educated at Eton and at
Cli. Ch., Oxford, is an Hon. Capt. in the Army, an
OfficiT of the Belgian Order of the Crown, and a
Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, and was formerly
' Lieut. Herts Imp. Yeo. ; Lieut. 2nd Life Guards, and
Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa; previously Lieut. Herts
Militia ; was Private Secretary to F.M. Karl
Kitchener 1914-16 and a Staff Capt. 1914-18.—
Marlborough, and Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; 23, The Boltons,

Heir Pres,, his cousin Edward Malcolm, late Lieut. 4th Batt.
S. Wales Borderers : elder son of George Arthur, E?q.
(grandson of the 1st Bart.), who d. 1878, by Helen, who d.
1878, dau. of Neale Thomson, Bsq., of Camphill, Kenfrew-
shire ; i>. 1874.

ARTHUR, Sir Allan, Knt.— Cr. 1900.

Son of Allan Arthur, Esq., of Henry Monteith & Co.,
Glasgow, by Margaret Hamilton, dau. of the late Andrew
Thomson, Esq., of Glasgow; b. 1857. Educated at
Glasgow Academy and at Merchiston Castle School ;
•was Sheriff of Calcutta 1889, President of the Bengal
Chamber of Commerce 1894-1900, and a Member of
the Legislative Council of the Viceroy of India 1898-
1901. — Residence; Calcutta; Oriental Club, w. ;
Western Club, Glasgow ; Bengal Club, Calcutta.

ARTHUR, Charles William Augustus, Esq.,
of Glanomera, co. Clare.
Elder S(m of Thomas Lucius Jervis Arthur, Esq., J. P.,
of Glanomera, who d. 1888, by Constance Helen (who
m. 2ndly 1894 William Paumier, who d. 1902, eldest son
of the late Right Hon. John Thomas Ball, LL.D.), only
dau. of William Steele Studdert, Esq., J.P., of Keeper
View, CO. Clare; h. 1882 ; m. 1904 Rose Violet, 3rd
dau. of the late John Joseph Roche-Kelly, Esq., of
Roekstown Castle, and Islandmore, co. Limerick, and
has a son, »Lueius Charles Algernon, b. 1913. Mr.
Arthur, who was formerly Capt. City of Limerick
R.F.A., Special Reserve, and subsequently Capt. 5th
Batt. R. Munster Fusiliers, is temp. Capt. R.G.A. —
Glanomera, O'Brien's Bridge, co. Clare.

ARTHUR, the Rev. William Wills, of Ather-
ington, Devon.
Eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Freke Arthur, who d.
1897, by Mary PriseiUa, who d. 1917, only child of the
late John Wills, Esq., of Hawley House, Devon; b.
1857 ; «i. 1880 Florence Blanche Mary, who d. 1913,
dau. of William Startin, Esq., and has a son, * James
Startiu Wills, appointed a Coroner and Commissioner
of the Court of Requests for the Settlement of Penang
1907, an Assistant District Judge and a Magistrate for
Singapore 1908, and Second Assistant Protector of
Chinese at Penang and subsequently at Singapore
1911 ; educated at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1904,
M.A. 1911) ; b. 1881. Mr. Arthur, who was educated
at Marlborough and at Cains Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
1879, M.A. 1898), is Rector of Atherington, Devon, and
Lord of the Manor of Atherington.— .d^Aerin^'^on Rec-
tory, Umberleigh R.S.O., Devon.

ARTHUR. See Glenarthur, Lord.

ARUNDEL, Sir Arundel Tagq, K.C.S.I.—
Cr. 1904.

Second son of William Tagg, Esq., formerly of New
Barnet, who d. 1881, by Rachel Mary, who d. 1889
dau. of the late Samuel Drew, Esq. ; b. 1843; m. 1876

Catherine Helen, eldest dau. of the late James Duncan
Sim, Esq., C.S.L, Madras Civil Service. Sir Arundel
Arundel was educated at Univ. Coll. School and at Uni v.
Coll., London (B.A. London 1863); entered the Indian
Civil Service 1865 ; assumed the surname of Arundel
1870 ; appointed Private Secretary to the Acting
Governor of Madras 1875; President of the Madras
Municipal Commission and a Fellow of Madras Univ.
1880; District and Sessions Judge at Kistna, India,
1885 ; Collector and Magistrate there 1887, a Member
of the Board of Revenue 18^2 ; M.L.C. Madras 1894 ;
Secretary to the Madras Government in the Revenue
Department 1896, Chief Secretary 1897, and a Member
of the Council 1898, and was a Member of the Council
of the Governor-Gen. of India 1901-6, and Ch.airman
in 1906 of a Committee of 4 Members of the Executive
Council to consider Lord Minto's proposed reforms ;
jointly recommended a Council of Ruling Chiefs and
tlie inhirgeraent of Legislative Councils and, with one
other Member, that an Indian should be admitted to
the Executive Council ; is a J.P. for Surrey. — Glebe-
fields, Edgeborough Road, Guildford.

Clifford Arundell). — Cr. 1605.

Second and elder surviving son of Tlieodore Arundell,
Etq. (great great-grandson of Henry, 6th Lord), who
d. 1868, by Maria Louisa, who d. 1907, 2nd dau. of the
late John Hussey, Esq., of Nash Court, Dorsetshire ;
b. 1859; s. his cousin the Rev Kverard Aloysius
GonzagH, 13th Lord, 1907; m. 1895 Ellen, dau. of
— , and widow of J. Melbourne Evans, Esq. Lord
.'Vruudell of Wardour is a Count of the Holy Roman
Empire, and a co-heir to the Barony of Dynham.—
Wardour Castle, Tishurg, Wiltshire.

Brir Pres., his brother Gerald Arthur, b. 1861 ; m. 1906 Ivy,
only dau. of the late Capt. WilUam Francis Segraw, ris-t
Higblanderp, and has, with other issue, a eon, ♦John
Francis, h. 1907.


Elder dau. of John Errington, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
High Warden, Northumberland, who d. 1878, by his
1st wife Anne Mary, wlio d. 1842, 3rd dau. of the late
Vincent Henry Eyre, Esq., of Highfield, Derbyshire ;
m. 1862 John Francis, 12th Lord Arundell of Wardour,
vihod.s.p. 1906. — Residence: Wardour Castle, Tisbury,

ARUNDELL. See Galway.

ASH, of Ashbrook. See Bercsford-Ash.

ASHBOURNE, Lord (William Gibson).—

Cr. 1885.

Eldest son of Edward, 1st Lord, P.C., formerly Lord

Chancellor of Ireland, by Frances Maria Adelaide, 2nd

dau. of the late Henry Cope CoUes, Esq., Barrister-at-

Law; b. 1868; s. 1913; ?«. 1896 Marianne, dau. of

the late Mons. Henry Roger Conquerr^ de Monbrison,

of Paris. Lord .4shbourne, who was educated at

Harrow, at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 18—), and

at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1892, M.A. 1898), is a

Magistrate for cos. Meath and Dublin. — Residence :

Moorhurst, Holmwood, Surrey ; Athenceuin Club, s.w.

Meir Prts., his brother Edward Graves Mayne, a Magistrate

for the CO. and for the Oity ol Dublin ; late Lieut. 5th Batt.

Leinster Eegt. ; called to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin,

1901; educated at Wellington Ooll., at Trinity Coll.,

Cambridge (B.A. 1897, M.A. 1900), and at Trinity Coll.,

Dublin (BA. 1897, M.A. 1901); b. 1873; m. 1900 Mary

Philips, dau. of the late Henry Russell Greg, Esq., of Lod«

Hill, Cheshire, and has, with other issue, a son, • Edward

Rnsaell, b. leoi.




ASHBROOK, Viscount (Llowaech Robert
Flower, F.Z.S.J— Cr. 1751.
Elder son of EobtrL Thomas, 8tli Viscount, by Gertrude
Sophia, who d. 1911, youngest dau. of the late Eev.
Sewell Hamilton, of Bath ; h. 1870 ; s. 1919; m. 1899
Gladys Lucille Beatricf, youngest dau. of Gc^n. Sir
George Wentworth Alexander Higginson, G.C.B., of
Gylderuscroft, Bucks. Viscount Ashbrook, who was
formerly Lieut. 4th Batt. Leinster Eegt., is a J. P. aud
D.L. for Queeu'.s Co. (High Sheriff 1919).- C«sf/e
Durrow, Durrow, Queen's Co. ; Carlton Club, s.w.
Heir, his son Desmond Llowarch Edw.iid, b. 10U6.

ASHBURNER. Seei\-!>.

ASHBURNHAM, Earl of (Thomas Ashburn-
ham).— Cr. 1730.
Fifth son of Bertram, 4th Earl, who d. 1878, by Lady
Catherine Charlotte, -nho d. 1894, 4th dau. of the late
George Baillie, Esq., of Mellerstain, Koxburghshire,
aud of Jerviswoode, Lanarkshire, and sister of George,
10th Earl of Haddington; b. 1855; s. his brother
Bertram, 5th Earl, 1913; m. 1903 Maria Elizabeth,
2nd dau. of W. H. Anderson, Esq., of Fredericton,
New Brunswick. The Earl of Ashburnham, who was
educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, was formerly
Capt. 7th Hussars and A.D.C. to Lords Lieut, of
Ireland 1895-6 ; has the Order of the Medjidie, 6th
Class. — Ashburnham Place, Battle, Sussex ; Pembrct/ ,
Carmarthenshire; Barking Hall, Keedkam Market,
Suffolk; Fredericton, New Brunswick.


Urith Amelia, 3rd dau. of the late Capt. George Bohun
Martin, E.N., C.B., of East Bridgford, Nottingham-
shire; m. 1864 Sir Cromer Ashburnham, a Major-Gen.
ret., and Col. Commandant 3rd Batt. King's R. RiHe
Corps, who was an A.D.C. to H.M. Queen Victoria
1882-6, and Adjutant and Quartermaster-Gen. S.E.
Dist. 1884-6, who had the Order of the Medjidie, 3rd
Class, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1882 and rf. 1917.— 165,
Coleherne Court, S. Kensington, s.w.

Piers, Bart., of Broomham, Sussex. — Cr.

Eldest son of Sir Anchitel Ashburnham, 8th Bart., by
Isabella, who d. 1907, eldest dau. of the late Capt.
George Bohun Martin, E.N., C.B., of East Bridgford,
Nottinghamshire; b. 1861; s. 1899; m. 1895 Eliza-
beth Ellen, dau. of the late George Barry Clement, Esq.,
of Silverhill, Sussex. Sir Anchitel Ashburnhara-
Clement, who assumed the additional surname of
Clement by royal license 1899, is a Magistrate fo:
Sussex. — Broomham Park, Hastings; Agmerhurst,
Ashburnham, Battle, Sussex.

Beir Pres., his brother Reginald (Ashburnham), 6. 1865,

ASHBURTON, Lord (Francis Denzil Edward
Baring).— Cr. 1835.

Eldest son of Alexander Hugh, 4th Lord, by the Hon
Leonora Caroline, 2nd dau. of Edward St. Vincent, 9th
Lord Uigby ; *. 1866; s. 1889 ; m. 1st 1889 the Hon.
Mabel Edith Hood, who d. 1904, eldest dau. of Francis
"Wheler, 4th Viscount Hood ; 2ndly 1906 Frances, dau.
of James Carroll Donnelly, Esq., of New York, U.S.A.
Lord Ashburton, who was educated at Eton, is a D.L.
for Hampshire, Major ret., late Hampshire (Carabiniers)
Yeo., and Patron of 4 livings. — The Grange, Alresford,
Hampshire; Cavalry, and Tnrf Clubs, w. ; Carlton
Club, s.w.

Heir, his son Alexander Francis St. Vincent, Lieut. 2nd
Dragoons (R. Scots Greys) ; educated at Eton and at the
R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; i. 1898.

ASHCOMBE, Lord (Henry Cubitt, C.B.).—

Cr. 1892.
Youngest and only surviving son of George, 1st Lord,
P.O., by Laura, who d. 1904, dau. of the late Rev.
James Joyce, Vicar of Dorking; b. 1867; .'. 1917; m.
1890 Maud Mariamne, younger dau. of the late Col.
Archibald Mottcux Calvert, of Oekley Court, Surrey.
Lord Ashcombe, who was educated at Eton and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1889, M.A. 1893), is
H.M.'s Lieut, and a J. P. for Surrey, Lieut.-Col. and
Hon. Col. ret., late Comm. Surrey (Queen Mary's
Eegt.) Yeo., T.D., and Hon. Commandant SuiTey
Vol. Regt., and was M.P. for Surrey, Reigate Div.,
1892-1906.— 7>en6ics, Dorking; Fallapit, H. Allington,
8. Devon; Carlton, and Wellington Clubs, s.w.

Heir, his son Roland Calvert, h. 1899.

ASHE, Miss, of Laiigley House, Wilts.

Thermuthis Mary, eldest dau. of the Eev. Robert
Martyn Ashe, J.P., of Langley House, who cf. 1885,
by Letitia, dau. of Capt. Daly. Miss Ashe is Patron
of 1 Wv'mg.— Langley House, near Chippenham.
Co-heiresses Pres., her sisters Emily aud Lucy.

Stanton House, Wilts.
Only son of the Rev. John Trenchard Craven Ash-
fordby-Trenchard, of Stanton House, who d. 1851, by
Mary Elizabeth Jane, who d. 1863, only dau. of the
late Rev. Samuel Davies ; *. 1843 ; m. 1867 Augusta,
who d. 1905, only child of the late Rev. Henry Robert
Fowler, and has, with other issue, a son, * John Henry
Mohun, b. 1868; m. 1st 1893 Mary Adelaide, who
d.s.p. 1908, dau. of the late Eev. Francis Marmaduke
Eowden.M.A., formerly Eeetor of StantonFitzwarren,
Wiltshire ; 2ndly 1917 Amy Fane, dau. of the late Edwy n
Collier AVhittenbury, Esq., of Brighton, Australia, and
widow of Terril Wakem Pearce, Esq. Mr. Ashfordby-
Trenchard is Patron of 1 living. —Residence : The
Great Wood, Northaw, Hertfordshire.

ASHHURST, William Henry, Esq., of
Waterstock, Oxfordshire.
Eldest son of John Heniy Ashhurst, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of AA^aterstock, who d. 1885, by Elizabeth, 5th dau. of
the late Thomas Duffield, Esq., M.P., of Marcham
Park, Berks ; b. 1861; m. 1882 Catherine Sophia, who
d. 1890, younger dau. of the late Arthur Henry Gierke
Brown, Esq., of Kingston Bloimt, Oxfordshire, and has
2 daus. Mr. Ashhurst is a J.P., D.L. and Chairman
(from 1911) of the G.C. for Oxfordshire (High Sheriff
1891), and Patron of 1 living.— Waterstock, Whcatley,
Oxfordshire ; Carlton Club, s.w.


See under Shaftesbury, Earl of.

William James, Knt.

ASHLEY, Professor Si
— Cr. 1917.

Eldest son of James Ashley, Esq., of Ewell, Surrey,
who d. 1911, by Jane, dau. of the late Jonathan Short,
Esq. ; h. 1860 ; m. 1888 Annie Margaret, eldest dau. of
the late George Birkbeek Hill, Esq., D.C.L., of Oxford.
Sir 'William Ashley, who was educated at St. Olave's
School, Southwark, and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1881, M.A. 1885), was Fellow of Lincoln Colh,
Oxford, and History Lecturer at Lincoln and C.C.
Colls. 1885-8; Professor of Political Economy
Toronto Univ. 1888-92, and of Economic History at
Harvard Univ. 1892-1901 ; Examiner for Cambridge
Historical Tripos 1899 and 1911, for Economics
Tripos 1907-8, for Economics London Univ. 1907-11
and Univ. of Wales 1911, and for Commerce Univ. of
Ireland 1913-15 ; President of the Economic Section
British Association 1907, and of the Economic




History Section of International Historical Congress
1913, and a Member of the Departmental Committee
on Coal Prices 1915, of the Huth Jackson Committee
1916, of the Departmental Committee on Food Prices
1916, of the K. Society Food Committee 1915-17 and
of the Sumner Committee on Working Classes Cost of
Living 1918; has been Professor of Commerce at
Birmingham Univ. since 1901, Dean of the Faculty of
Commerce there since 1902 and Vice-Principal since
1918 ; is the Author of many works. — 3, Yateiey Road.
Edgbaston, Birmingham ; The University, Birmingham ;
Union Club, Birmingham.

ASHLEY, Lionel Owen Randolph, Esq., of
Plas Caer Groes, CyflFty, and Pencraig,
Only child of George Randolph Ashley, Esq., J. P., of
Cyfily, and Pencraig, who d. 1916, by Alice Louisa,
who d. 1897, only child of the late Robert Owen
Davies, Lsq., of Cyffty, and Pencraig; b. 1883; m.
1907 Marjorie Ruthven Bodvel, only child oflhe Rev.
Charles Uodvel Griflith, M.A., Rector of Bishopstone,
Herefordshire, and, has with other issue, a eon, *Ian
Aubrey Ruthven, /). 1910. Mr. Ashley, who was
educated at Malvern Coll. and at Merton Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1911), is a Magistrate for Denbighshire and for
Carnarvonshire, and Patron of Stretton Sugwas, Here,
fordshire. — Plas Caer Groes, Llanrwst, Denbighshire ;
Ftayhead, Canford Cliffs, Bournemouth.

ASHLEY, Lieut.-Col. Wilfeid William, of
Broadlands, Hampshire; of Classiebawn
Castle, CO. Sligo ; and of The Grove, Stan-
more, Middlesex.
Elder son of the Right Hon. Anthony Evelyn
Melbourne Ashley, M.P., J.P. and D.L., of Broad-
lands, and of Classiebawn, who d. 1907, by his 1st
wife Sybella Charlotte, who d. 1886, 2nd dau. of Sir
Walter Rockcliff Farquhar, 3rd Bart. ; 6.1867; w. 1st
1901 Maud, who

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