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3; m. 1888
Margaret.only dau. of Richard Owen, Esq., of Criccieth, I
Carnarvonshire. Mr. Lloyd George, who was educated at
Llanystumdwy National Schools (Hon. LL.D. Univ. of
Wales 1908, Glasgow 1917 and Ghent 1919, Hon.
D.C.L. Oxford 1908, Hon. Fellow of Jesus Coll., Ox-
ford, 1910), and admitted a Solicitor 1884, is a J.P.
and C. Aid. for Carnarvonshire, Chancellor for Wales
of the Welsh Priory of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem, a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John
of Jerusalem, and an Hon. Member of the Academy
of St. Luke at Rome ; sat as M.P. for the Carnarvon
Dist. 1890-1918 and has sat for Carnarvon since 1918;
was President of the Board of Trade 1905-8, Chancellor
of the Exchequer 1908-15,Minister of Munitions 1915-
16, Secretary of State for War and President of the
Army Council July-Dec. 1916 and a Delegate of
Great Britain at the Peace Conference 1919 ; appointed
Constable of Carnarvon Castle 1908 and Prime
Minister and First Lord of the Treasury Deo. 1916.
— Brynawelon, Criccieth, Carnarvonshire; T/ie Firs,
Fairmile, Cobham, Surrey ; Walton-on-the Hill, Surrey;
national Liberal Club, s.w. ; 10, Downing Street, s.w.

GEORGE, Sir Ernest, Knt., R.Ac— Cr.
1911.

Second son of John George, Esq., of Streatham, who
d. 1886, by Mary Elizabeth, dau. of the late William
Higgs, Esq.; *. 1839; ?«. 1865 Mary Allan, who d.
1878, dau. of the late Robert Burn, Esq., of Epsom.
Sir Ernest George, who was educated at Brighton and



at Reading, and elected an Associate of the R. Academy
1910 and a R. Academician 1917, is an Architect,
and was President of the R. Institute of British
Architects 1909-10; published "Etchings on the
Loire," Etchings on the Mosel," " Etchings in Belgium,"
&c. — Arts' Club, VI. \ IS, Maddox Street, -v.; 6, Inver-
ness Terrace, w.

GEORGE, Miss, of Cherington Park, Glouces-
tershire.
Constance Leversage, dau. of John Leversage George,
Esq., of Bongate, Westmorland, who d. 1864, by
Elizabeth, dau. of the late Richard Hall, Esq., of
Bongate. Miss George, who «. her grandfather the
Rev. W. George 1871, is joint Lady of the Manor and
joint Patron of Cherington. — Cherington Park, Stroud.

GEORGE, Mrs., of Fleet Hoase, Dorsetshire.

Anne Loftus, dau. of the late Francis Tothill, Esq.,
J.P., a Barrister-at-Law, of Stoke Bishop, Gloucester-
shire; m. 1876 Charles Edward Alfred George, Esq.,
of Fleet House, a J.P. for Dorsetshire, who d. 1907,
leaving, with other issue, an only son, * Gilbert
Edward, Capt. 3rd Batt. Wiltshire Regt. and temp,
Lieut. R. Naval Vol. Reserve ; late Lieut. Reserve of
Officers ; educated at Harrow and at Exeter Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1911); b. 1887. Mrs. George is Lady of
the Manor of Fleet and Patron of 1 living. — Fleet
House, near Weymouth, Dorsetshire.

GEORGE, of Cahore House, co. Wexford.

Beryl Emilie {m. 1903 Bertram Isaac D'Olier, Esq.,
M.D., temp. Capt. R.A.M.C. of Arundel, Sussex, and
has had, with other issue, an only son, Richard Bertram,
b. 1903, and d. 1919), Enid Sybil Ethel {m. 1901
Capt. Harry Kirwan Umfreville, D.S.O., Reserve of
Officers, temp. Lieut,-Col. Comm. a Service Batt.
SomersetL.I., late temp.Lieut.-Col. Comm. a Territorial
Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers, previously 10th (Service)
Batt. W. i'orkshire Regt., formerly Capt. W. Riding
Regt., and has, with other issue, a son, D'Olier Charles,
b. 1906), Muriel, Breuda Rosalie, and Elaine Georgiaua,
dans, of Richard D'Olier George, Esq., of Cahore House,
Capt. 7th Dragoon Guards, who d. 1893, by Cecilia,
dau. of the Rev. Alfred Bond, late of Freston, Suffolk.
— Cahore House, Gorey, co. Wexford.

GERARD, Lord (Frederic John Gerard,
M.C.).— Cr. 1876.

Only son of William Cansfield, 2nd Lord, by Mary
Emmeline Laura, who d. 1918, eldest dau. of the late
Henry Beilby William Miluer, Esq. ; b. 1883 ; «. 1902 ;
m. 1906 May Frances Emma {whom see), eldest dau.
of the late Sir Martin Le Marchant Hadsley Gosselin,
G.C.V.O., K.C.M.G., of Blakesware, Hertfordshire.
Lord Gerard, who was educated at Trinity Hall, Cam-
bridge, is a D.L. for Lancashire, Capt. Reserve of
Officers, late R. Horse Guards, and was previously
Lieut. Lancashire Hussars Imp, Yeo, — Garswood,
Newton-le-Willows ; Eastwell Park, Ashford, Kent;
Blakesware, Ware, Hertfordshire; 23, Hill Street,
Berkeley Square, w.

Heir, his son Robert WiUiam Frederick Alwyu.i. 1918,

GERARD, Mat Frances Emma, Ladj, of
Blakesware, Hertfordshire,
Eldest dau, of Sir Martin Le Marchant Hadsley
Gosselin, G.C.V.O,, K,C.M.G., of Blakesware, who
d. 1905, by the Hon. Katherine Frances, younger
dau. of Robert Tolver, Ist Lord Gerard; m. 1906
Frederic John, 3rd Lord Gerard (who>n see). — Blakes-
ware, Ware, Hertfordshire ; Garswood, Kewton-le-
Will'ows ; Eastwell Park, Ashford, Kent; 23, Hill
Street, Berkeley Square, w.



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GERARD,Helen Adelaide, Lady, of Rochsoles,
Lanarkshire.

Youngest flau. of Edward Richard Meade, Esq., who cl.
1890, by Eleanor Eliza, -who d. 1880, eldest dau. of the
late William George Ives Bosanquet, Esq., H.E.I.C.S,;
m. 1888 8ir Montagu Gilbert Gerard, of Rochsoles, a
Gen. Indian Army ; Col. 38th Central Light Horse,
Indian Army, and a J.P. and D.L. for Lanarkshire, who
■was Military Attache at St. Petersburg 1892-3; Com-
mandant of the Central India Horse 1893-6, and British
Commissioner for the delineation of the PamirBoundary
1895-6; who commanded a 1st Class District in
India 1899-1902, and who was cr. K.C.S.L 1897,
K.C.B. 1902, and d. 190.5, and had a eon, Gilbert
Meade, Capt- Highland L.I. ; h. 1889, and d. 1916.—
Rochsoles, Airdrie, N.B.

GERARD, Capt. Charles Robert Tolver
Michael, D.S.O., of Wrightington Hall,
Lancashire.

Only son of Capt. the Hon. Robert Joseph Gerard-
Dicconson, late 3rd Batt. K.O. R. Lancaster Regt., of
Wrightington Hall, who assumed tlie additional sur-
name of Dicconson by royal license 1896.' .and who d.
1918, by Eleanor Sarah, 2nd dau. of the late William
John Bankes (formerly Murray), Esq., of Rosemount,
Ross-shire, and of the late Mrs Bankes, of Winstanley
Hall, Lancashire, and of lialconie Castle, Ross-shire
b. 1894; m. 1915 Aim^e Gwendolyn, younger dau. of
the Hon. Sir Robert Turner Havelock Clarke, 2nd
Bart., and has a son, *Rupert Charles Frederick, b
1916. Capt. trerard, who was educated at Eton and
at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is Capt. Grenadier
GnarAs. — Wrightington Hall, near Wigan ; Guards'
Club, s.w. ; Bath Club, w.

GERARD, of Kinwarton House, Warwick-
shire. See Riddell.

GERMON, Mrs., of Barn Hawe, Kent.

Edith Marie, dau. of Henry Young, Esq., Bom-
bay C.S., who d. 1869, by Marie Edith, dau. of the
late Charles, Baron de Lorentz; m. 1877 Lieut.-Col.
Richard Charles Henry Germon, of Barn Hawe, a
J.P. for Kent, who d. 1896, leaving 3 daus.,
* Evelyn Marie, to. 1904 Capt. Edward Vaughan-
Jenkins, D.S.O., W. Riding Regt.; Violet Alice, m.
1900 Major Francis Marshall Bassett, O.B.E., Be.lford-
shire Regt., and has, with other issue, a son, Francis
Germon Anthony Marshall, b. 1909 ; and Nina Dorothy,
m. 1913 Major Richard Francis Beresford Knox, R.
Dublin Fusiliers, and has, with other issue, a son,
Richard Hercules .innesley, b. 1918. — Residence:
GilTs Green House, Hawkhurst, Kent.

GERNON, James Robert Augustus, Esq.,
of Athcarne Castle, co. Meatli.
Eldest son of Col. Henry Chester Gernon, J.P., late
5th Batt. B. Dublin Fusiliers, of Athcarne Castle, who
d. 1908, by Alice Louisa, who d. 1916, 2nd dau. of
the late Lieut.-Col. Augustus Frederick Braham ; b.
18To.— Athcarne Castle, Duleek, co. Meath.

GERRARD, Major Thomas Gerrard, formerly
of Garvey Lodge, co. Fermanagh.
Eldest son of Joseph Clarke Collins, Esq., of Garvey
Lodge, who d. 1871, by Eleanor, eldest dau. of the
late Lieut.-Col. Thomas Gerrard, 23rd Light Dragoons,
of Boyue Hill, co. Meath; A. 1866; m. 1903 the
Hon. Bertha Madeline Frances (formerly a Maid of
Honour to H.M. Queen Victoria), 7th dau. of the late
Gustavus William Lambart, Esq., of Beau Pare, co.
Meath. Major Gerrard, who was educated at Eton
and assumed that surname in lieu of Collins by royal
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license 1915, is a D.L. for co, Meath (High Sheriff
1918), Major late dth Batt. Leinster Regt., and temp.
Major 8th Reserve Regt. of Cav., was formerly Major
Reserve of Officers and Capt. 17th Lancers, and was
on the roll for High Sheriff of eo. Fermanagh for 1905.
— Gihbstown, Navan, co. Meath; Kildare Street Cliili,
Dublin.

GERRARD, of Gibbstown, and Boyne Hill,
CO. Meath. See Collins.

GERVAIS, of Cecil, co. Tyrone. See Rhodes.

GERVIS-METRICK, Sir George Augustus
Eliott TAPPS-, Bart., of Hinton Admiral,
Hampshire ; and of Bodorgan, Anglesey.
— Cr. 1791.

Only son of Sir George Eliott Meyrick Tapps-Gerris-
Meyrick, 3rd Bart., of Hinton Admiral (who assumed
by royal license the additional surname of Meyrick
under the will of Owen John Augustus FuUer-Meyrick,
Esq., of Bodorgan, 1876), by Fanny, who d. 1892, 4th
dau. of the late Christopher Harland, Esq., of Ash-
bourne, Derbyshire; b. 1855; s. 1896; m. 1884
Jacintha, youngest dau. of the late Charles Paul
Phipps, Esq., M.P., of Chalcot, Wilts. Sir George
Tapps-Gervis-Meyriek, who was educated at Eton,
is a J.P. and D.L. for Anglesey, a Magistrate for
Hampshire (High Sheriff 1900), and Patron of 2 livings.
— Hinton Admiral, Christchnrch ; Bodorgan, Llangefni,
Anglesey ; East Close House, Christchurch ; Beech
House, Rinqwood ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w.



and at the R. Mil. CoU., Sandhurst ; 6. 1885 ;
Marjorie, only child of Edward Hamlin, Esq., of Glen
Devon, Holygranoya, Oeylon.

GERT, Alfred Robert Orton, Esq., of Roy-
ston Court, Carmarthenshire.
Eldest son of Robert Orton Gery, Esq., of Aberdare,
Glamorganshire, who d. 1892, by Helen, dau. of the
late Richard Ward, Esq.; b. 1859; >/i. 1888 Katie,
youngest dau. of Henry Lewis, Esq., of Cardiff, and
has, with other issue, a son, * Reginald Vivian,
an Hon. Capt. in the Army ; late Capt. 4th (City of
London) Batt. London Regt.; previously Lieut. 16th
(Co. of London) Batt. London Regt., and 4th Batt.
Welsh Regt, ; educated at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1912); b. 1889. Mr. Gery, who was educated at Cow-
bridge, was High Sheriff of Carmarthenshire 1910. —
Royston Court, Ferryside, Carmarthenshire ; Junior
Constitutional Club, w. ; if. Automobile Club, s.w. ;
Carmarthen and County Club, Carmarthen; 7, Ormonde
Terrace, Regent's Park, n.w.

GERY. See Wade- Gery.

GETHIN, Sir Richard Charles Percy, Bart.
— Cr. 1665.
Eldest son of Sir Richard Gethin, 7th Bart., by Frances
Weller, who d. 1906, youngest dau. of the late George
Weller Foley, Esq., of Boxted Hall, Suffolk; b. 1847 ;
s. 1885 ; m. 1876 Catharine, dau. of Frederick Edward
Burton Scott, Esq., formerly of Claughton, Cheshire.
Sir Richard Gethin, who was called to the Bar at the
Inner Temple 1879, and was formerly Capt. and Hon.
Major 4th Batt. Suffolk Regt., is a J.P. for Hampshire.
— The Grove, Hythe, Hampshire ; Junior United Service

Cluh, S.W.

Heir, his son Richard Walter St. LaMTance, O.M.G., D.S.O.,
Lieut.-Col. R.A., a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour and
an A.Q.M.G. ; educated at Radley and at the R. Mil.
Academy, Woolwich ; 6. 1878 ; in. 1906 Helen Frances
Beatrice, only dau. of William Blnndell Thornhill, Esq.,
of Castle Oosey, oo. Louth, and has, with other issue, a
son, •Richard Patrick St, Lawranoe, b. 1911,



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GETHIN, Col. John Percy, of BaUiudoon,
CO. Sligo ; and of Cayton Hall, Yorkshire.

Eldest son of John Getliin, Esq., J. P., who d. 1860,
by Emmeline (who d. 1910, having m. 2ndly 1867 the
Rev. John Henry Hudleston, M.A., J.P., of Cayton
Hall, who d. 1912), dau. and co-heiress of the late
Thomas Horsfall, Esq., of Burley Hall, Yorkshire ;
h. 1859; s. his grandfather John Gethin, Esq., at
BaUiudoon 1885 and his stepfather at Cayton Hall
1912; m. 1912 Emily Maria, 2nd dau. of the late
Gen. Sir Robert Onesiphorus Bright, G.C.B. Col.
Gethin is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Sligo (High Sheriff
1907 and was on the roll for 1914), and Col. ret. late
Manchester Regt. — Ballindoon, Boyle; Cayton Hall,
South Stainley, Leeds.

GETHIN, Mrs., of Holywell, co; Sligo.

Mabel, eldest dau. of Peter Connellan, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., of Coolmore, co. Kilkenny, who d. 1885, by
Anne Maria, who


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