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leton, York-
shire ; Windham, and Carlton Clubs, s.w.; Bath and
County Club, Bath.

FOXFORD, Lord. See Limerick, Earl of.

FRAMPTON, Sir George James, Knt.,
R.Ac, LL.D., F.S.A.— Cr. 1908.

Second son of James Frampton, Esq., of London ; b.
1860; m. 1893 Christabel, dau. of George Russell
Cockerell, Esq., of London. Sir George Frampton,
who entered the R. Academy Schools 1881, and became
an Associate 1894 and R. Ac. 1902, is Hon. LL.D. St.
Andrews 1911, a well-known Sculptor, a Member of



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the E. Academy of Milan, and of the Ait Workers' FRANCKLIN, JoHN, Esq.. of Gonalston Hall
Guild (Past Master) and Hon. Member of the R.I.B.A., Nottingbamshire. ^onaiston UalJ,



I (Past Master)
and has executed statues ofH.M. Queen Victoria for
Calcutta, Winnipeg, Leeds, and many other places
throughout the United Kingdom and Colonies, and of
H.M. Queen Mary for Calcutta and Delhi, Portrait
Busts of T.M. King George V. and Queen Mary for
The Guildhall, &e. — AtUnmum Club, s.w.; Garrick
Club, Tv.o. ; 90, Carlton Hill, St. John's Wood, n.w.

FRAMPTON. See Fetherstonhaugh-Frampton.

FRANCE. See Hayhurst-France.

FRANCB-HAYHURST, William Hoskbn,
Esq., of Davenham Hall, Bostock Hall,
and Whatcroft Hall, Chesbire.
Second son of Col. Charles Hosken France-Hayhurst,
J.P. and D.L., 3rd Batt. Cheshire Regt., of Bavenham
Hall, and Bostock Hall, who d. 1914, by his 1st wife I
Mary Halsted, who d, 1877, youngest dan. of the late
Captain William Halsted Poole, R.H.A., of Terrick
Hall, Shropshire; b. 1873; .t. his brother Lieut.-Col.
Frederick Charles France-Havhurst, J.P., Comm.
4th Batt. R. Welsh Fusiliers" (who was killed in
action), at Bostock Hall, 1915; m. 1918 Ren^e, who
d. 1919. youngest dau. of Gordon Cloeto, Esq., J.P.,
of Rosebank. Cape Town, S. Africa, and has a dau.
Mr. France-Hayhurst, who was educated at Eton, and
was formerly Capt. Cheshire Imp. Yeo., is a Magis-
trate for Cheshire, Lieut. Yorkshire Dragoons Yeo.,
Lord of the Manors of Darenham. Shipbrook, Bostock,
Kinderton, Stanthorne, Whatcroft, &c., and Patron of
1 living ; was a Railway Transport Officer, with the
temp, rank of Capt., l^lG-\^.— Bostock Hall, Middlc-
wick, Cheshire; Jtmior Carlton Club, s.w.

FRANCIS, Arthur Scott Ddnkin, Esq., of
Copsale Court, Sussex.
Third son of Robert Francis, Esq., of Crofton Hall,
Orpington, Kent, who d. 1900, by Elizabeth, who d.
1903, dau. of the late John Dunkin, Esq., of Bordeaux ;
b. 1860 ; m. 1899 Mabel, dau. of the late Kev. William
Sutthery.M.A., Rector of Clifton-Reynes, Buckingham-
shire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Arthur Denys, '
b. 1900.— Copsale Court, near Horshgm, Sussex; Con-'
stitutional Club, w.c. 1

1

FRANCIS, Thomas Musgrave, Esq., of Quy
Hall, Cambridgesbire.
Eldest son of Clement Francis, Esq., of Quy Hall, who
d. 1880, by Sarah, who d. 1897, dau. of the 'late Robert
William Parmeter, Esq., of Aylsham, Norfolk ; b. 1850.
Mr. Francis, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874), and admitted
a Solicitor 1874, is a J.P.and D.L. forCambridgeshire.—
Quy Hall, Cambridge ; United University Club, e.w.

FRANCKEN, William Augustus, Esq., of
Okebampton Park, Devon.
Only surviving son of the Rev. Charles William
Francken, Vicar of Wicken, Cambridgeshire, who d.
1881 (by Matilda, dau. of the late William Scott, Esq.,
of Broadgate, Pilton, Devon), and nephew of the late
Rev. John Luxmoore, of Okehampton Park ; b. 1848 ;
?n. 1894 Rosetta Josephine, dau. of the late Edmund
Phillip Dixon, Esq., formerly of Donington, Lincoln-
shire. Mr. Francken inherited the property of his
cousin, the late Elizabeth Cunningham Trevor-Roper,
3rd dau. of the late Rev. John Luxmoore, under her
will in 1898, and is joint owner of Okehampton Park,
and of the Manors of Kerslake, Meldon, and Halstock,
Devon, with Mrs. Lees and 2 of her daus. {whom see
under Luxmoore). — Okehampton, Devon. \



Eldest son of John Liell Francklin, Esq , J.P., of
Gonalston Hall, who d. 191.5. by the Hon. Alice
Maud, elde.st dau. of Carnegie Robert John, 3rd Vis-
count St. Vincent ; b. 1869. Mr. Francklin, who was
educated at Stubbington House Naval Coll., is Patron
of 1 living. — Gonalston Hall, Nottingham.

FRANK, Sir Howard George, K.C.B.— Cr
Knt. 1914, K.C.B. 1918.

Fourth son of Frederick Frank, Esq., of Blackhurst,
Tuubridge Wells, who d. 1915 ; b. 1871. Sir Howard
Frank, who was educated at Marlborough Coll., is Head
of the arms of Knight, Frank & Butley, and Walton &
Lee; a Director of the Norwich Union Fire Insurance
Society and of Livett, Frank c& Son, London, Victoria
and Albert Docks, and Southampton, a Fellow of the
Surveyors' Institute, Vice-President of the Auctioneers'
and Estate Agents' Institute, and a Member of the
Council of the R. Agricultural Society of England, and
of the Council of the Central Chamber of Agriculture ;
was Hon. Chief Adviser on Legal Valuation to the
War Office and Ministry of Munitions 1916-17;
appointed Director-Gen. of Lands for the War Office,
Ministry of Munitions and Air Ministry 1917. —
Beachy Head Lighthouse ; Singles, Lye Green, Sussex ;
19, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, s.w.

FRANK, Mrs., of Campsall Hall, Yorksbire ;
and of Earlbam Hall, Norfolk.
Mary, 3rd dau. of the Rev. Francis William Peel,
Rector of Burghwallis, Yorkshire, who d. 1895, by
Anne Maria, who d. 1869, eldest dau. of the late
Owen AVethered, Esq., of Remnantz, Buckinghamshire ;
m. 1904, as his 2nd wife, Frederick Bacon Frank,
Esq., of Campsall Hall, and Earlham Hall, a J.P.
and D.L. for the W. Riding of Yorksbire (High
Sheriif of Yorkshire 1872, and for 13 years Vice-
Chairman of the W. Riding C.C), who d. 1911.
Mrs. Frank is Patron of 2 livings. — Campsall Hall,
Doncaster.

will, Sir FrancU EUiot Walker,

FRANK, Robert John, Esq., of Jolesfield
House, Sussex.
Eldest son of Robert Hayston Frank, Esq., J.P., of Ash-
bourne Hall, Derbyshire, who d. 1883, by Harriet
Elizabeth, who d. 1898, dau. of the late Sir John
Bent, Knt.; b. 18.54 ; m. 1879 Lucy Maud, youngest
dau. of the late Rev. Charles James Lambart, Rector
of Navan. co. Meath, and has, with other issue, * John
Hayston Caufeild Lambart, b. 1885; m. 1912 Mary
Sibbald Wark, elder dau. of the late Rev. William
MacKenzie, of West Kilbride, Ayrshire. Mr. Frank is
a Magistrate for Sussex.— ./oZes/feW House, Partridge
Green, Sussex.

FRANKFORT DE MONTMORENCY,

Rachel Mary Lumlet Godolphin,

Viscountess.
Elder dau. of F.M. the Right Hon. Sir John Michel,
G.C.B., of Dewlish, Dorsetshire, who d. 1886, by
Loutsa Anne, who d. 1905, only dau. of the late Major-
Gen. Horace Churchill, C.B. ; m. 1866 Major-Gen.
Raymond Harvey (de Montmorency), 3rd Viscount
Frankfort de Montmorency (cr. 1816, ext.), K.C.B.,
who d. 1902.— 56, Warwick Square, s.w.

FRANKFORT DE MONTMORENCY, Mabel

Augusta, Viscountess.
Youngest dau. of Corlies Lloyd Throckmorton, Esq.
who d. 1874, by Theresa Clementina (who m. 2ndly



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1878 Edward Wrench, Esq.), dau. of the late George FRANKLYN, Lady.

Home, Esq. ; M. lat 1895 Evelyn Pearson, Esq., who

was killed 1916 ; 2ndly 1916 AVilloughby John Horace

(de Montmorency), 4th and last Viscount Frankfort

de Montmorency (cr. 1816), -n-ho d. 1917.— A'orM EtidA

Damerham, Salishiry.

FRANKLAISTD, Sir Feedeeick William Fean-
cis George, Bart.— Or. 1660.
Eldest son of Sir William Adolphus Frankland, 9th
Bart., Col. R.E., by Lucy Ducarel, eldest dau. of the late
Francis Adams, Esq., of Cotswold Grange, Gloucester-
shire; b. 1868; s. 1883; m. 1st 1890 Cliarlotte, who
d. 1892, only dau. of John Augustus de Zerega, of New
York ; 2ndly 1901 Mary Cecil, 17th Baroness Zouche
(whom see), only child of the late Col. George
Augustus Curzon, formerly 2nd Life Guards. Sir
Frederick Frankland, who was educated at Chelten-
ham Coll., is an Hon. Major ret., late Capt. 3rd Batt.
Bedfordshire Regt. ; was an Assistant Provost Marshal
1914-16 and a Railway Transport Officer 1917-18.—
Parham, Pulborough, Sussex; Carlton, and White's
Clubs, s.w.

.ffcir.hisson the Hon. Thomas ■William Aasheton, i. 1902.

FRANKLAND. See Zouche, Baroness.

FRANKLAND - PAYNE - G ALLWEY. See

Payne- Gallwei/.



FRANKLEN, Thomas Mansel, Esq., of
Clemenstone, Glamorganshire.
Second son of Richard Franklen, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Clemenstone, who d. 1883, by Isabella
Catherine, who d. 1874, 5th dau. of the late Thomas
Mansel Talbot, Esq., of Margam Park, Glamorgan-
shire- b 1840; s. his brother Lieut.-Col. Charles
Richard Franklen, J.P. and D.L., late R.A., 1903 ; m.
1 872 Mary Caroline Florence, only dau. of the late
Thomas Allen, Esq., of Freestone, Pembrokeshire.
Mr Franklen, who was educated at Harrow and at
Me'rton CoU., Oxford (B.A. 1861, M.A. 1867), and
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1865, has been Clerk
of the Peace for Glamorganshire since 1878.— Resi-
dence: St. Hilary, Cowbridge, Glamorganshire; United
University Club, s.w.

FRANKLIN, Lady.

Harriette, dau. of the late John Ferra Watson, Esq., of
Heigham Hall, Norfolk ; m. 1871 Sir Benjamin Frank-
lin, a Surgeon-Gen. ret. late Indian Medical Service, a
Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem
and a Member of the Council of the British Red Cross
Society, who was Director-Gen. of the Indian Medical
Service 1901-5, and Hon. Physician to Queen Victoria
1898-1901, to King Edward VII. 1901-10, and to King
George V. 1910-17, and who was er. K.C.I.E. 1903
and d. 1917.— 3e, Montagu Mansions, Portman
Square, w.

FRANKLIN, Mrs., of Sillins, Worcestersliire.
Lucy, only dau. of Francis Haywood, Esq., J.P., of
Sillins, and of Liverpool, who d. 1858, by Lucy, who
d. 1893, youngest dau. of the late Thomas Shrawley
Vernon, Esq., of Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire, and
widow of Robert Boulton AValdron, Esq., of Sillins ;
m. 1852 Major-Gen. Charles Trigance Franklin, C.B.,
late R.A., of Wigmore Hall, Herefordshire, a J.P. for
Herefordshire, who had the Order of the Medjidie,
5th Class, and who d. 1895, leaving a dau., * Rose
Lucy. Mrs. Franklin s. her brother Edward Waldron
Haywood, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 1908.— Sillins, Redditeh,
Worcestershire ; Residence : Conderton Manor, Tewkes-
bury, Gloucestershire.



_ dau. of the late Edwin Williams, Esq., of

Craven Hill Gardens. W. ; ?«. 1881 Sir William
Edmund Franklyn, a Lieut.-Gcn. late Yorkshivr
Regt., of which" he was Col., who was Deputy
Assistant Adjutant-Gen., Aldershot, 1888-93; Assis-
taut Adjutant-Gen. Scottish Dist. 1898-9 ; Assistant
Mil. Secretary at Head Quarters 1899-1902 ; in com-
mand of the 10th Infantry Brigade, 5th Div., 2iia
Army Corps, 1902-4; Director of Personal Servif-
at Head Quarters 1904-6; in command of the 3ril
Div., S. Command 1906-10; Mil. Secretary to the
Secretary of State for War and Secretary of the Selec-
tion Board 1911-14, and in command of the 3rd New
Army 1914, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1912 and d. 1914.
—40, Walton Street, s.w.

FRANKLYN, Hollond, Esq., of Longcroft

. Hall, Staffordshire.

Youngest sou of the Rev. Thomas Ward Franklyn,
of Tunbridge Wells, who d. 1876, by Sophia, dau. of
the late William Hollond, Esq., of Grosvenor Place,
London; 6. 1835; m. 1884 Lottie, eldest dau. of the
late Stanley Jones, Esq., and has, with other issue,
a son, * Alwyne Hollond, temp. Lieut, in the Army,
late nth Reserve Regt. of Cav. ; previously Lieut.
Staffordshire Yeo. ; 6. 1886. Mr. Franklyn, who
was educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (LL.B. 1859,
LL.M. 1862), was called to the Bar at Lincoln's
Inn 1&62.—Lonffcrojt Hall, near Yo.vall, Stafford-
shire.



FRANKS, Lady.

Catherine, younger dau. of Harry Lumsden, Esq., the
younger, of Auchindoir, Aberdeenshire, who d. 1850,
by Anne, 4th dau. of the late Hugh Gordon, Esq.,
of Manar, Aberdeenshire ; m. 1874 Sir John Hamilton
Franks, C.B., a J.P. for the City of Dublin, who was
Secretary to the Irish Land Commission 1888-1910,
and who was cr. Knt. 1902 and d. IQld.—Tirmanage,
Malahide, co. Dublin.

FRANKS, Sir Kendal Matthew St. John,
Knt., C.B., F.R.C.S.I.— Cr. 1904.
Fourth son of Robert Fergusson Franks, Esq., of Jer-
point Hill, CO. Kilkenny, who d. 1888, by Henrietta
Sarah,who(i. 1887, dau. of the late Right Hon. Charles
Kendal Bushe. Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, of Kil-
murry, co. Kilkenny; b. 1851 ; m. 1st 1879 Charlotte
Selina, who d. 1883, eldest dau. of the late Richard
Jonas Greene, Esq., of The Cedars, co. Dublin ; 2ndly
1885 Gertrude Jane, who d. 1896, dau. of the late
Lieut.-Col. Thomas Bromhead Butt, 79th Highlanders.
Sir Kendal Franks, who was educated at Trinity Coll.,
DubUn (B.A. 1872, M.B. 1875, M.D. 1876), and at
Leipzig, is a Member of the Senate of Dublin Univ.,
Consulting Surgeon to the Johannesburg Hospital,
and President of the S. African Committee of the
British Medical Association, and was formerly a
Member of the Transvaal Medical Council (under
Crown Colony Government) ; Vice-President of the
R. Coll. of Surgeons in Ireland ; of the Dublin Branch,
British Medical Association ; of the Irish Medical
Association, and of the Univ. Biological Association ;
Surgeon of the Adelaide Hospital, Dublin, 1878-96,
Surgeon-iu-Ordinary to the Lord Lieut., Consulting
Surgeon to H.M's. Forces in S. Africa 1900-2, and
President of the S. African Medical Congress 1912.—
Kilmurry, Hospital Hill, Johannesburg, Transvaal;
Junior Constitutional Club, w. ; Kildare Street Club,
Dublin; B. St. George Yacht Club, Kingstown ; Civil
Service Club, Cape Town ; Rand, and Athenceum Clubs,
Johannesburg.



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PRANKS, Major- Gen. Geoege McKenzie, C.B.,
of Bailyscaddane, co. Limerick.
Elder son of Thomas John Franks, Esq., J.P., of
Ballyscaddane, who cl. 1918, by his 1st wife Elizabeth
Clara, who d. 1878, only dan. of the late George
McKenzie Kettle, Esq., of Uallicott House, Shropshire;
*. 1868; m. 1901 Paula Eodriguez, dau. of His Ex-
cellency the late Don Manuel Rodriguez Garcia, C.V.O.,
and has, with other issue, a son, *Eaynald Arthur
McKenzie, b. 1904. Major- Gen. Franks, who was
educated at Marlborough and at the R. Mil. Academy,
Woolwich, was a temp. Brigadier-Gen. R.A. 1915,
a temp. Major-Gen. R.A. 1915-17, and in command
of a Div. 1917-18, and is a Major-Gen., late R.A.,
and a Comm. of the Belgian Order of the Crown ; has
the Belgian Croix de Guerre ; appointed Inspector-
Gen, of Art. in Great Britain 1918. — Ballyscaddane,'
Knocklong, co. Limerick ; Junior United Service
Club, s.w.

FRANKS, Matthew Henry, Esq., of Westfield,
Queen's Co.

Eldest son of Thomas Franks, Esq., of Dublin, who
d. 1875, by Mary Anne, who d. 1900, dau. of the late
Thomas Cuthbert Kearney, Esq., of Garrettstown, co.
Cork; h. 183a; m. 1869 Gertrude Priscilla, who d.
1911, dau. of the late Capt. George Despard, R.M., of
Tubbertinan, co. Meath, and has, with other issue,
a son, * Matthew Henry (Harry), a Magistrate for
Queen's Co. (High Sheriff 1917) and for co. Cork;
educated at Kepton and at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A.
1893); h. 1871; m. 1896 Sarah, eldest dau. of Sir
Robert Gardner, and has a son, * Henry Cecil, temp.
Lieut. R.F.A. ; b. 1899. Mr. Franks, who was edu-
cated at Rugby, is a Magistrate for co. Cork and a
J.P. and D.L. for Queens Co. (High Sheriff 1902).—
Westfield, Motaitrath, Queen's Co.; Garrettstown, Kin-
sale, CO. Cork.

FRANKS, of Woodhill, Hertfordshire. See

Jones.

ERASER, Sir Keith Alexander, Bart., F.Z.S.,
of Ledeclune, and Morar, Inverness-shire.
— Cr. 1806.
Only surviving son of Lieut.-Gen. James Keith Fraser,
C.M.G., who d. 1895, by Amelia Alice Julia, elder dau.
of the late Hon. Humble Dudley "Ward; b. 1867;
s. his uncle Sir William Augustus Fraser, 4th Bart.,
1898; m. 1910 Lady Dorothy Coventry, 2nd dau. of
George William, 9th Earl of Coventry. Sir Keith
Fraser,who was educated at Eton, is Capt. ret. late 7th
Hussars, Capt. Reserve of Officers, temp. Major Re-
serve Eegt. of Cav. and Major ret., late 3rd Co. of
London (Sharp.shooters) Yeo ; elected M.P. for the
Harborough Div. of Leicestershire 1918. — Residence :
Inverinate House, Strome Ferry, Boss-shire ; Travellers'
Club, s.w. ; Bachelors', and Naval and Military Clubs,
w. ; 69, Sloane Street, s.w.

Heir, his Bou Keith Charles AdolphuB, 6. 1911.

FRASER, Major-Gen. Sir Thomas, K.C.B.,
G.M.G.— Cr. 1900.

Son of the late George Robbius Fraser, Esq., Barrister-
at-Law, by Elizabeth Allen, dau. of the late Samuel
Chichester Smythe, Esq. ; b. 1840; m. 1865 Matilda,
dau. of the late James Beckford Wildman, Esq., M.P.,
of Chilham Castle, Kent. Sir Thomas Fraser is a
Major-Gen. ret., late R.E., and a Col. Commandant
R.E., and was formerly Hon. Col. Cheshire K.E.
(Railway Batt.), Territorial Force, Adjutant and
Quartermaster-Gen. of the Egyptian Army 1882-5;
Assistant Adjutant-Gen. in the Nile Expedition
1884-6 ; Assistant Inspector-Geu. of Fortifications



at Headquarters 1891-4 ; Col. on the Staff R.E., S.
Dist., 1894-6; Commandant of the School of Mil.
Engineering at Chatham 1896-1902, and Major-Gen.
Comm. the Thames Dist. 1898-1902 ; has the Orders
of the Medjidie, 3rd Class, and Osmanieh, 4th Class.
—Athen


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