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I of The Nunnery, Isle of Man, a J.P. for the Isle of





Man, aud a Kuight of Grace of the Order of St. John
of Jerusalem, who was formerly Major Comm. the
Isle of Man Vols., and Speaker of the House of Keys
1867-98, and who was cr. Knt. 1896 and d. 1898,
leaving, with other issue, a son, John Leigh, now of
The Nunnery (whom see). — Residence : The Nunneri/
Douglas, Isle of Maji ; Ladies' Imperial Club, w.

GOLDIE-TAUBMAN, John Leigh, Esq., of
The Nunnery, Isle of Man.
Eldest son of Sir John Senhouse Goldie-Taubnian, of
The Nunnery, Speaker of the House of Keys, who d.
1898, by Amelia Donald Ankerville, youngest dau. of
the late Capt. Joseph John Grove-Ross, of Invereharron
Ross-shire; b. 1861. Mr. Goldie-Taubman, who wai
educated at Eton, is a Magistrate for the Isle of Man.
— The Minneru, Douglas, Isle of Man; B. Societies'
Club, s.w.

GOLDNET, Sir (Gabriel) Prior, Bart., O.B.,
C.V.O., of Derriards, and formerly of
Bradenstoke Abbey, Wiltshire ; ajid of
Halse Manor House, Somerset. — Cr. 1880.
Eldest son of Sir Gabriel Goldney, 1st Bart., by Mary
Anne, who d. 1898, only dau. of the late Richard Hay-
ward Alexander, Esq., of Corsham, Wilts; b. 1843; s.
1900. Educated at Harrow and at Exeter Coll., Ox-
ford ; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1867 ; is
a J.P. for Somerset and for Wilts (High Sheriff 1906),
one of H.M.'b Lieuts. for the City of London, and
Patron of 1 living ; was Remembrancer of the City of
London 1882-1903; formerly Recorder of Helston,
and of Poole, and Capt. and Hon. Major Wiltshire Yeo.
Cav. — Derriards, Chippenham; Halse Manor Rouse,
Taunton ; Carlton Club, s.w.

Seir Pres.,'his brother Frederick Hastings (if/iom ser).

GOLDNEY, Sir John Tankeeville, Knt. — Cr.

Youngest son of Sir Gabriel Goldney, Ist Bart., M.P.,
who d. 1900, by Mary Anne, who d. 1898, only dau. of
the late Richard Hayward Alexander, Esq., of Corsham,
AV^ts; b. 1846; m. 1st 1875 Jane Macgregor, who d.
1911, youngest dau. of the late John Laird, Esq., M.P.,
of Birkenhead; 2ndly 1913 Alice Frances Holbrow,
eldest dau. of Major Frederick Charles Napier Goldney,
formerly 8th Gurkha Rifles, Indian Army. Sir John
Goldney, who was educated at Harrow and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1867, LL.B. 1868), and called
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1869, was a Puisne
Judge in British Guiana 1883-7 and in the Straits
Settlements 1887-92, and Chief Justice of Trinidad
1892-1900, and is a Magistrate for Wiltshire (High
Sheriff 1910).— il/ojiA-s Park, Corsham, Wilis; Junior
Carlton, and Oxford and Cambridge Clubs, s.w.;
Hanover Court, Hanover Square, w.

field, Wilts ; and of Prior Place, Surrey.
Second son of Sir Gabriel Goldney, 1st Bart., M.P.,
•who d. 1900, by Mary Anne, who d. 1898, only dau. of
thelate Richard Hayward Alexander, Esq., of Corsham,
Wilts; h. 1845 ; m. 1876 Ethel Julia, dau. of the late
Henry James Fowle Swayne, Esq., J.P., and has, with
other issue, a son, *Henry Hastings, M.C., temp. Lieut.
R.E. ; educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge (B.A. 1908); b. 1886; m. 1916 Violetta, only
dau. of W.C. Barnes, Esq. Mr. Goldney, who was edu-
cated at, Harrow, is a J.P. for Wilts (High Sheriff 1 908)
and for Surrey, and Lord of the Manor of Stanley ; was
Mayor of Chippenham 1874-5 and lS8S-9.—BeechJicld,
Corsham, Wilts; Prior Place, Cambcrley, Surrey;
Junior Carlton Club, s.w.

GOLDSMID. See D'Avigdor-GoldsmiJ.

Lionel, Bart., of Broomhill, Kent. — Cr.
Only sou of Philip Salomons, Esq., J.P. and D.L. for
Sussex, who d. 1867, by Emma, who d. 1859, dau. of
the late Jacob Montefiore, Esq., of Sydney, N.S.W. ;
b. 1851 ; s. his uncle Sir David Salomons, 1st Bart.,
under a special rem.ainder, 1873 ; m. 1882 Laura,
younger dau. of the late Baron Hermann de Stern,
and has had, with 3 daus., a son, David Reginald
Herman Philip, Capt. Kent Fortress R.E., Terri-
torial Force; b. 1885, and drowned on active service
1915. Sir David Goldsmid-Stern-.Salomons, who was
educated at Gonville and Cains Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
1874, M.A. 1877), called to the Bar at the Middle
Temple 1874, and assumed by royal license 1899 the
prefix surnames of Goldsmid-Stern, is a J.P., D.L.,
and C.C. for Kent (High 'Sheriff 1880), a J.P. for
Middlesex, Westminster, co. London, and Sussex, and
Hon. Col. Kent Fortress R.E., Territorial Force.—
Broomhill, Tunbridge Wells; Carlton, Athenaeum, if.
AutoinoUle, and R. Societies' Clubs, s.w.; City of
London Club,E.c.; Savage Club, -w.c.; 49, Grosvenor
Street, w.

GOLDSON, John Wilgress, Esq., M.C., of
Bio' Norton Hall, Norfolk.
Only son of Charles Browne Goldson, Esq., of Bio'
Norton Hall, who d. 1912, by Marion, eldest dau. of ,
the late William Cargill, Esq., of Newcastle-upon- '■
Tyne; b. 1880; m. 1908 Alice Mary, younger dau.
of the late Rev. Joseph Golightly, M.A., Vicar of Holy
Trinity, N. Shields, and Hon. Canon of St. Nicholas
Cathedral, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and has, with other
issue, a son, * Charles Paston Browne, b. 1910. Mr.
Goldson, who was educated at Haileybury Coll., is
temp. Capt. Northamptonshire Regt. and Lord of the
Manor and Patron of Bio' Norton. — Residence : Tyne-
month, Northumberland.

GOLLANCZ, Profes.sor Sir Israel, Knt.,
Litt.D.— Cr. 1919.

Youngest son of the Rev. Samuel Marcus Gollancz,
of London, who d. 1900, by Johanna Keppel, who d.
1901 ; b. 1864 ; m. 1910 Alide, a Painter, dau. of the
late Adolphus Goldschmidt, Esq. Sir Israel Gollancz,
who was educated at the City of London School, at
Univ. Coll., London, and at Christ's Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1887, M.A. 1891, Litt.D. 1900), was Quain
English Student, and Lecturer at Univ. Coll., London,
1892-5 and Univ. Lecturer in English at Cambridge
Univ. 1896-1906; is Univ. Professor of English
Language and Literature at King's Coll., London, of
which he is a Fellow ; Hon. Director of the Early
English Text Society ; President of the Philological
Society ; a Fellow of the British Academy and Secre-
tary thereof (since its foundation in 1903), and the
Author of many works. — Savage Club, w.c. ; Melrose,
Shoot-up-Hill, N.w.

GOMME, Lady.

Alice Bertha, 2nd dau. of the late Charles Anthony
Thomas Merck, Esq., of Hammersmith; m. 1875 Sir
(George) Laurence Gomrae, F.S.A., F.S.S., a Fellow of
the Anthropological Institute, Vice-President of the
Folklore Society and an Hon. Member of the Glasgow
Archaeological Society, who was formerly Statistical
Officer to the London C.C. and Clerk 1900-15, and
Clerk to the Lieutenancy of the City of London 1913-
16, .and who was cr. Knt. 1911 and d. 1916.— 19,
Milcombr Couri, Dorset Square, n.w.




GOOCH, Sir Thomas Verb Sheklock, Bart.,
F.Z.S.,ofBenacre Hall, Suffolk.— Cr. 1746.
Only child of Sir Alfred Sherlock Gooch, 9th Bart., of
Beuacre Hall, by Alice Elizabeth, who d. 1895, eldest
dau. of Edward Williams, Esq. ; b. 1881 ; s. 1899; m.
1902 Florence Meta, dau. of the late James Finucaus
Draper, Esq., of St. Heliers, Jersey. Sir Thomas Gooch
is a Magistrate for Suffolk (High Sheriff 1911) and
Patron of 3 livings. — Benacre Hall, Wrentham.
Heir, his son Robert Eric Sherlock, b. 1903.

GOOCH, Ellen Emily, Lady.

Eldest dau. of Robert Augustus Hankey Hirst, Esq. ; '
m. 1st 1866 Sir Edward Sherlock Gooch, 7th Bart., of
Benacre Hall, who d.s^i. 1872; 2ndly 1873 George'
Thompson Gream, Esq., M.D., who d. 1888.— 59, The \
Drive, Hove, Sussex. i

jtOOCH, Sir Daniel FnLTHORPE, Bart., of
Clewer, Berks.— Cr. 1866.
Only son of Sir Henry Daniel Gooch, 2nd Bart., by
Mary Kels.all, who d. 1919, dau. of the late Joseph
Rodney Croekey, Esq.; b. 1869; «. 1897; m. 1896
Mary Winifred, only dan. of the late Edward William
Monro, Esq., of Clewer Hill, Berks. Sir Daniel Gooch
is a J. P. for Berks, and was on the roll for High
Sheriff for ISOS—Hulands, Chelmsford; Boodles
Club, s.w.

Heir, his son Eobert Douglas, h. 1906.

rOOCH, Charles Edmund, Esq., of Wy venhoe

Park, Essex.
Eldest son of Charles Cubitt Gooch, Esq., of 8,
Porchester Gate, W., who d. 1889, by Mary Jane, dau.
of the late Rev. Edmund Henry Blake, Rector of
Bramerton, Norfolk; b. 1870; m. 1901 Eleanor
Margaret, who d. 1918, dau. of the late David Watson,
Esq., of Edinburgh, and has, with other issue, a son,
♦Charles Michael David, b. 1903. Mr. Gooch, who
was educated at Eton and at Balliol Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1892, M.A. 1894), is a J.P. and C.C. for Essex
(High Sheriff l9n).~Wyvenhoe Park, Colchester,
Essex ; Carlton Club, s.w.

JOOCH, Mrs., of ChatcuU, Staffordshire.
Gladys, younger dau. of John Swynfen St. Vincent
Jervis, Esq., J. P., of Chatcull, who d. 1890, by his 2nd
wife Jessie Elizabeth (who d. 1898, having m. 2ndly
1895, as his 1st wife, Lieut.-Col. Swynfen John Jervis,
S. Staffordshire Rogt.), dau. of George Benbow, Esq. ;
m. 1st 1906 Capt. Bingham Alexander Turner, D.S.O.,
Capt. 6th Batt., and Capt. ret. late Rifle Brigade, who
was killed in action 1914; 2udly 1918 Capt. Richard
Francis Knight Gooch, M.C., Warwickshire Yeo., and
has a son, *Reginald Bingham, b. 1907- — Chatcull, near
Eccleshall, Staffordshire. Residence : Botirton Grange,
Shrivenham, Berkshire.

lOODBODY, James Peret, Esq., of Inchmore,
KjDg's Co.

Second son of Marcus Goodbody, Esq., of Inchmore,
who d. 1885, by Hannah Woodcock, who d. 1913, dau.
of the late James Perry, Esq.; i. 1853; ot. 1875 Sophia,
who d. 1917, eldest dau. of Joseph Richardson, Esq.,
of Springfield, co. Antrim, and has, with other issue, a
son, * James Perry, b. 1877; m. 1905 Jane Frances,
youngest dau. of the Rev. William Henry Bond, M.A.,
Head Master of Churcher's Coll., Petersfield, and has,
with other issue, a son, b. 1906. Mr. Goodbody, who
was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1874), is
a J.P., D.L. and Vice-Ch.iirman of the C.C. for King's
Co. (High Sheriff n^i).— Inchmore, Clara, King's
Co. ; University Club, Dublin.

GOODBODY, Robert, Esq., of Charlestown
House, King's Co.
Third son of Jonathan (ioodbody, Esq., of Charlestown
House, who d. 1889, by Lydia, eldest dau. of the late
Barclay Clibbom, Esq. ; b. 1850 ; m. 1875 Eliza, eldest
dau. of the late Sir John Barrington, D.L., of Killiney,
CO. Dublin, and has, with other issue, a son, »John
Barrington, Lieut. W. Kent Yeo. ; b. 1888; ?«. 1915
Phyllis Sybil, only dau. of George Greene, Esq., of Cape-
town. — Charlestown House, Clara, King's Co.

GOODDEN, John Robert Phelips, Esq., of
Compton, Dorset.
Eldest son of John Goodden, Esq., of Compton, J.P.
and D.L., who d. 1883, by Ann, who d. 1862, dau. of
the late Rev. Robert Phelips; A. 1845 ; m. 1875 Caroline,
eldest dau. of the Right Hon. Sir Bernhard Samuelson,
1st Bart., and has, with other issue, * John Bernhard
Harbin, a Magistrate for Dorset and for Somerset, an
Hon. Lieut, in the Army, and Major Dorset Yeo., T.D. ;
late Lieut. 7th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa ; educated
at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1898);
b. 1876; m. 1908 Joyce Marianne Poyntelle, only
surviving child of John Henry Crane, Esq., of Oak-
hampton, Worcestershire, and has, with other issue, a
son, *John Henry, b. 1909. Mr. Goodden, who was
educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871), and was formerly Lieut. 4th
Dragoon Guards, is a J. P., D.L. and Chairman of the
C.C. for Dorset (High Sheriff' 1800), a J.P. for Somer-
set, Patron of 1 living, and Hon. Col., late Lieut.-Col.
and Hon. Col. Comm. Dorset Yeo., T.D. ; elected
Chairman of Quarter Sessions for Dorset 1909. — Comp-
ton House, Sherborne.

GOODE, Sir William Athelstane Meredith,
K.B.E.-Cr. 1918.
Younger son of the Rev. Thomas Allmond Goode, who
d. 1887, by Jane Harriet, who d. 1875, youngest dau.
of the late Rev. Richard Meredith; b. 1875; m. 1899
Cecilia, dau. of the late Dr. Charles Augustus Sippi, of
London, Ontario. Sir William Goode, who was edu-
cated at Foyle Coll., Londonderry, and at Winchester
and other schools, is an Author and Journalist ; Hon.
Secretary and Organizer of the National Committee
for Relief in Belgium and a Comm. of the Spanish
Order of Isabella la Catolica and of the Belgian Order
of the Crown ; was formerly Purser in British Marine
Service ; served in 4th United States Cav., and with
the Associated Press of America 1896-1904; was
News and Managing Editor of the " Standard " 1904-
10 ; joint News Editor ol the " Daily Mail" 1911, and
Hon. Secretary British Committee Panama Pacific
Exposition 1912-14, and has been Liaison Officer of
the Ministry of Food with the United States and
Canadian Food Administrations since 1917, and a
Member of the Imports Board since 1918. — West
Indian Club, s.w.; Savage, Pilgrims', and Over-Seas
Clubs, w.c. ; Press Club, EC. ; British Schools and
Universities Club, New York ; E. Ulster Yacht Club,
" ■ "), Westbourne Gardens, -w.

GOODS, Sir Charles Henry, Kat., F.R.C.I.
-Cr. 1912.

Youngest son of Samuel Goode, Esq., of Adelaide, who
d. 1859, by Anne, who d. 1876, dau. of the late F.
ToUey, Esq., of Edwin Ralph; b. 1827; m. 1st 1856
Mary Harriet, who d. 1889, dau. of the late Thomas
Good, Esq., of Bockleton, near Tenbury ; 2ndly 1890
Helen Augusta, dau. of the late James Smith, Esq., of
Adelaide, and widow of the Rev. Morgan Lloyd, of
Alberton, S. Australia. Sir Charles Goode, who was
educated at Docklow, Herefordshire, is head (of the
firm of Goode, Currant & Co., Merchants, Adelaide,
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London, Perth, W. Australia, and Broken Hills,
N.S.W., and was a Member of the S. Australian
Parliament 1866-6.— Brougham Place, N. Adelaide,
S. Australia.


Anna, Countess Kinsky, dau. of the late Count Eugene
Kinsky; m. 1874 Lieut.-Gen. Sir William Howley
Goodenough, who was cr. K.C.B. 1897, andrf. 1898.—
19, Albert Hall Mansions, s.w.

GOODENOUGH, Rear-Adm. Sir William,
Edmund, K.C.B., M.V.O.— Cr. 1919.

Second eon of Capt. James Graham Goodenough, C.B.,
C.M.G., R.N., who d. 1875, by Victoria Henrietta,
who d. 1917, eldest dau. of the late William John
Hamilton, Esq., M.P., F.R.S., and sister of Alexander
Charles, 10th Lord Belhaven and Stenton ; b. 1867;
m. 1901 the Hon. Henrietta Margaret Stanley,
eldest dau. of Edward L-yulph, 4th Lord Sheffield
and 4th Lord Stanley of Alderley, P.C. Sir William
Goodenough is a Eear-Adm. and a Comm. of the
Italian oSler of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus ; has
the Russian Order of St. Vladimir, 1st Class, with
Swords, and the French Croix de Guerre ; was Capt.
of the R. Naval Coll., Dartmouth, 1905-7; Capt. of
H.M.S. " Cochrane " when escorting cruiser during
the voyage of T.M. King George V. and Queen Mar'
to India 1911-12 ; Capt of H.M.S. "Colossus" 1912-
13 ; Commodore 1st and 2nd Light Cruiser Squadrons
1913-16 and A.D.C. to H.M. King George V. 1915-
16 ; appointed Adm. Superintendent of Chatham
Dockyard 1919. — Parson's Pightle, Coulsdon, Surrey
Travellers' Club, s.w.

GOODEVE-ERSKINE. See 3Iar, Earl of.

GOODPORD, John William, Esq., of Chilton
Cantelo, Somerset.
Only son of Arthur John Goodford, Esq., of Chilton
Cantelo, who d. 1904, by Harriett Elizabeth, dau. of
the late Hastings Nathaniel Middleton, Esq., of Brad-
ford Peverell, Dorsetshire; b. 1878; m. 1904 Ethe
Gladys, youngest dau. of Percival Gordon Dobson,
Esq., of Teignmouth, Devonshire, and has. with other
issue, a son, *John Arthur Middleton Old, b. 1905. M:
Goodford, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1901), is a Magistrate for Somerset,
Major W. Somerset Yeo., Lord of the Manor of
Chilton Cantelo, and Patron of 1 living.— CAirto;*
Cantelo, Yeovil, Stmerset.

GOODHART, Sir Eenest Frederic, Bart.—
Cr. 1911.

Elder son of Sir James Frederic Goodhart, 1st Bart.,
M.D., F.R.C.P., LL.D., by Emma Sandford, who d.
1915, dau. of the late William Bennett, Esq., J.P., of
Ashgrove, Herefordshire; />. 1880; s. 1916; m. 1906
Frances Evelyn, 3rd dau. of Montagu Fullerton Arm-
strong, Esq., of Wimpole Street, W. Sir Ernest Good-
hart, who was educated at Westminster and at Merton
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1902), was called to the Bar at the
Inner Temple 1904.— ffoftyc Corner (Sussex), near
Cowden, Kent ; United University Club, s.w. ; 1, Temple
Gardens, e.c.

Heir, hia son Frederic Oharlei Francis, b. 1907.

GOODHART-RENDEL, Habry Stuaet, Esq.,
of Hatchlands, Surrey.
Only sou of Harry Chester Goodhart, Esq., Fellow of
Trinity Coll., Cambridge, and Professor of Humanity
in Edinburgh Univ., who d. 1895, by the Hon. Rose I
Ellen (who m. 2ndly 1902 Wilbraham Villiers Cooper, I

Esq., Barrister-at-Law), eldest dau. of Stuart (Rendel),
1st and only Lord Rendel, of Hatchlands; b. 1887 ;
s. his maternal grandfather 1913. Mr. Goodliart-
Rendel, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (Mus. Bae. 1908), and assumed the
additional surname of Rendel by royal license 1902,
is Lieut. Grenadier Guards, Special Reserve, and
Patron of 1 \\v\ng.— Hatchlands. near Guildford ;
Travellers', White's, and Guards' Clubs, s.w. ; Bachelors'
Chib, w. ; 21, Eaton Place, s.w.

GOODING, William Forbes, Esq., of Durleigh
Elms, Somerset.
Eldest son of William Gooding, Esq., of Durleigh
Elms, whorf. 1902, by Emma, dau. of the late William
Thomas Brande, Esq., F.R.S. ; b. 1852; m. 1st 1893
Angelina Isabella, who d. 1896, dau. of Henry James
Hoare, Esq., and widow of James Biicknell Broadmead,
Esq. ; 2ndly 1896 Mary Emily, dau. of the late Charles
Cecil Gowan, Esq., and has issue * Cecil William, b.
1897. Mr. Gooding, who was educated at Rugby and at
Ch. Ch., Oxford, is a J.P. for Somerset, and Patron of
1 living. — Durleigh Elms, near Bridgwater.

GOODMAN, Sir William Meigh, Knt.— Cr.

Fourth son of Samuel Robert Goodman, of London
b. 1847 ; m. 1st 1874 Fanny, who d. 1890, 2nd dau. of
B. B. Breach, Esq., of Burwash, Sussex; 2ndly 1892
Katie, dau. of F". J. Smith, Esq., of London, Sir
William Goodman, who was educated at University
Coll., London (B.A. London Univ. 1867), and called to
the Bar at the Middle Temple 1870, was Attorney-
Gen, of British Honduras 1 883-6, Chief Justice 1886-9,
Attorney-Gen. of Hong Kong 1889-1902, and Chief
Justice l^Oi-b.— Clavadel, Pit Farm Road, Guildford.

GOODRICH, Adm. Sir James Edward Clif-
ford, K.C.V.O.— Cr. 1908.
Fourth son of James Pitt Goodrich, Esq., of Ener-
glyn, Glamorganshire, who d. 1890, by Mary, only
child of the late Richard Miles Wynne, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Eyarth, Denbighshire; b. 1851; m. 1897
Adeline Rose, only dau. of the late Capt. Frederic
J. Helbert. Sir James Goodrich, who was educated on
H.M.S. ' Britannia,' is an Adm. ret. R.N., and temp.
Capt. R. Naval Reserve, and was Superintendent of
Gibraltar Dockyard \%Q6-^.— United Service Club,
s.w. ; if. Naval Club, Portsmouth.

GOODSON, Sir Alfred Lassam, Knt., of^
Waddeton Court, Devonshire. — Cr. 1915.

Son of Alfred Goodson, Esq., Merchant, of London ; b.
1867 ; ni. 1892 Mary Ethel, dau. of Richard Baker,
Esq., of Stretford, Manchester, and has, with other
issue, a son, * Alfred Lassam, Capt. City of London
(Rough Riders) Yeo. ; educated at Radley : b. 1893
Sir Alfred Goodson, who was a C.C. for Cheshire
1904-7, is a Magistrate for Cheshire (on the roll for
High Sheriff of Devonshire for 1920), and a Manufac-
turer and Merchant in London and Manchester. —
Waddeton Court, Brixham, S. Devon ; Reform Club,
s.w. ; ff. Torbay Yacht Club, Torquay.

+ GOODWIN, Engiueer Vice- Adm. Sir
George Goodwin, K.C.B.— Cr. 1918.

B. 1862; m. 18— , dau. of . Sir George

Goodwin is an Engineer Vice-Adm. R.N., and a Comra.
of the Roumanian Order of the Star; has the Grand
Cordon of the Japanese Order of the Sacred TrcLisinv ;
was Chief Engineer, Chatham Dockyard, 1904-7 .md
Deputy Engineer-in-Chief at the Admiralty I ill
17 ; appointed Engineer-in-Chief of the Fleet 1917
Tarana, The Ridgway, Sutton, Surrey.




GOODWIN, Lieut.-Gen.Sir (Thomas Herbert)
John Chapman, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.,
K.H.S.— Cr. 1919.

Eldest son of Surgeon-Major John Goodwin, formerly
A.M.D., of Highwick, Newton Abbot, by Marion Agnes,
who d. 1911, dau. of the late John Power, Esq, of
Melbourne; h. 1871 ; m. 1897 Lilian Isabel, youngest
dau. of the l.ate James Torrance Roualdson, Esq., of
Howick Grange, Northumberland. Sir John Goodwin,
who was educated at Newton Coll., Devon, and at St. '
Mary'sHospital(M.R.C.S. andL.R.C.P. 1892,F.R.C.S. I
1919, Hon.M.A. Michigan), is a Lieut.-Gen. A.M.S., a
Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem
and a Comm. of the Italian Order of the Crown and j
of the Belgian Order of Leopold ; was Assistant
Director of Medical Services at the War Office 1917-
18. and has been Director- Gen. and an Hon. Surgeon
to H.M. King George V. since 1918. — Army and Navy '
Club, s.w. ; 25, Slieffield Terrace, Campden Hill, w. ;
c/o Holt §• Co., 3, Whitehall Place, s.w.

of Orfcon Hal],

GOODWIN, Harvey,
Eldest son of Harvey Goodwin, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of Orton Hall, who d. 1917, by Ruth, 2nd dau. of the
late William Henry Wakefield, Esq., of Sedgwick,
Westmorland ; b. 1883 ; m. 1915 Margaret, 4th dau. of
Robert Burgess, Esq., of Dumfriesshire, and has, -B'ith
other issue, a son, * John Wycliife, b. 1915. Mr.
Goodwin was educated at Rossall. — Orton Hall, Tebay,

GOOLD, Sir James Stephen, Bart.— Cr. 1801.

Eldest surviving son of George Ignatius Goold, Esq.,
who d. 1879, by Clara, who d. 1870, dau. of the late
Major-Gen. James Webber Smith, C.B. ; h. 1848 ; s.
his uncle Sir Henry Valentine, 3rd Bart., 1893 ; m.
1873 Bridget Mary, who d. 1898, dau. of Patrick
Jordan, Esq..of Adelaide, South Australia. — Residence;
Gladstone. Adelaide, South Australia.

Heir, his son George Patrick, 6. 1878 : m. 1902 Mary, dau. o(

Nicholas Browae, Esq., and has, with other issue, a son,

• George Ignatius, 6. 1903

jrOOLD, of Rossbrien, co. Limerick. See


rick Stuart, Esq., of Athea,aiidDromadda,
CO. Limerick.

Only sou of the Rev. Hamilton Stuart Veirschoyle,
of Cashelshanagan, and Dunkineely, co. Donegal {whom
see), by Frances Frederica Dorothea, dau. and co-heiress
of the late Ven. Frederick Faulkener Goold, of Drom-
adda, and of Rosbrien, co. Limerick; b. 1874 ; m. 1900
Sibyl Mary, younger dau. of Col. Frederick Augustus
Le Mesurier, C.B., and has, with other issue, a son,
♦Hamilton Neil Stuart, b. 1904. Mr. Goold- Vers-
choyle, who was educated at New Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1899), called to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 1904,
and assumed the prefix surname of Goold 1899, is a
Magistrate for cos. Limerick and Donegal. — Athea, co.

GORDON, the Right Hon. John, LL.D.

Son of the late Samuel Gordon, Esq., of Shankhill, co.
Down; b. 1849; m. 1887 Dorothy May, dau. of the
late Robert Keating Clay, Esq., J.P., of Dublin. Mr.
Justice Gordon, who was educated at the R. Academical
Institution, Belfist, and at Queen's Coll., Galway
(Hon. LL.D. R. Univ. of Ireland), called to the Bar
at King's Inns, Dublin, 1877, appointed a Q.C. 1892

and elected a Bencher 1898, was M.P. for the S. Derry
Div. of CO. Londonderry 1900-16 and Altoruey-Gen. for
Ireland 1915-16, appointed a Justice of the High Court
in Ireland, King's Bench Div., 1916. — 25, Upper
FitzwiUiam Street, Dublin.

GORDON, Major-Gen. the Hon. Sir Frederick,
K C.B., D.S.O.— Cr. 1917.

Fourth son of Edward Strathearn, Lord Gordon of
Drumearn (a Life Peerage), P.C, who d. 1879, by
Agnes Joanna, who d. 1895, only dau. of the late John
Mclnnes, Esq., of Auchenreoeh, Stirlingshire ; b. 1861 ;
m. 1897 Mabel Roste, 6th dau. of the late James
Douglas Robinson, E.sq., Madras Civil Service. Sir
Frederick Gordon, who was educated at Edinburgh
Academy and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a
Major-Gen. late Gordon Highlanders ; was Brigade
Major Infantry Brigade, Malta, 1896 9 ; D.A.A.G.
S. Africa 18.99-1902 ; D.A.Q.M.G. 1st Div., 1st Army
Corps, 1903-4; in command of a Brigade, with the
temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1914-15, and of a Div.
1915-17; Brigadier-Gen. in charge of Administration
1917-18 and an Area Comm. E.A.F. 1918-19. — Junior
Constitutional Club, w.

GORDON, Bart., of Letterfourie, Banffshire.—
Cr. 1625. &eeSkee.

GORDON, Sir Home Seton Charles Montaqu,
Bart., of Embo, Sutherland.— Cr. 1631.
Only child of Sir Home Seton Gordon, 11th Bart., by
Mabel Montagu, only child of the late Montigu
David Scott, Esq., MP., J.P. and D.L.; b. 1871;
s. 1906;

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