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ATCHERLEY, of Marton Hall, Shropshire ;
of Cj'mmau Hall, Flintshire ; and of The
Ffrith, Denbighshire. See Hemstcd.

ATHERLEY, Mrs., of Landgnard Manor, Isle
of Wight.
Eleanor Gertruilc, 2nd dau. of James Forbes Lumsden.
Esq., of Johnstone, Aberdeen, by Helen Anna, dau. of
the late Col. Fisher, of Deveuha House, Aberdeen ;
m. 1902 Arthur Harry Howard Atherley, Esq., of
Landguard Manor, a ,J.P. and D.L. for Hampshire,
■who d. 1917, leaving 2 daus. — Landguard Manor,
Shanklin, Isle of Wight.

ATHLONE, Earl of (Alexander Augustus
Frederick William Alfred George Cam-
bridge, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., C.M.G.,
D.S.O.)— Cr. 1917.

Third sou of H.H. Prince Francis Paul Charles Louis
Alexander, Duke of Teck, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., who d.
1900, by H.R.H. Prineess Mary Adelaide Wilhelmina
Elizabeth, who d. 1897, 2nd dau. of H.B.H. the 1st
Duki- of Cambridge (ext.); b. 1874; m. 1904 H.R.H.
Princess Alice Mary Victoria Augusta Pauline, V.A., a
Iiadv of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem,
only dau. of H.R.H. the 1st Duke of Albany. The
Earl of Athlone, who was educated at Eton and at the
K. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and abandoned his Foreign
title and rank, and assumed the surname of Cambridge
by royal license 1917, is Major and Brevet Col. 2nd
Life Guards, previously Capt. R. Horse Guards, and
7th Hussars, a Knight of Justice of the Order of St.
John of Jerusalem and a Grand Officer of the Legion
of Honour; appointed a Gen. Staff Officer 1914,
temp. Brigadier-Gen. Gen. Staff 191.5, and a Personal
A.D.C. to H.M. King George V. 1919 ; has the Grand
Cordon of the Order of Leopold aad the Croix Militaire
of Belgium, the Russian Order of St. Anne, 1st Class,
with Swords, the Dutch Order of Orange-Nassau, and
the French Croix de Guerre. — Henry Ill.'e Tower,
Windsor Castle ; Army and Naey Club, a.w. ; Bachelors'
Club, w.



ATHLIBINET, Lord (James Herbert Gus-
TAVus Meredtth Somerville).— Cr. 1863.

Only surviving son of William Meredyth, 1st Lorf, by
his 2nd wife Maria Georgiana Elizabeth, who d. 1899,
only dau. of the late Herbert George Jones, Serjeant-at-
Law; b. 1865; s. 1873. Educated at Harrow; is an
Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army and Capt. Reserve of
Officers, late A.D.C. to the Lord Lieut, of Ireland,
Capt. and Hon. Major late Kent Art. S. Div. R.A.,
formerly Lieut. Coldstream Guards ; was an Assistant
Provost Marshal 1914-18, with the temp, rank of
Lieut.-Col. 1915-18; has the Orders of the Osmanieh
and of the Medjidie, 4th Class ; sits in the House of
Lords as Lord Meredyth, U.K., cr. 1866. — Somerville,
Balraih, co. Meath ; Guards', and White's Clubs, s.w. ;
Turf Club, w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin ; 33,
Curzon Street, Mayfair, w.

Heir Pres. to the Baronetcy (cr. 174SJ, his kinsman William
Dennistoun, eldest sou of Teuisou Alau Somerville, Esq.
(great-grandson of the 1st Bart.), who d. 1895, by Cecilia,
dau. and heiress of the late Daniel O'Connor, Esq. ; &. 1842.

ATHOLL, Duke of (John George Stewart-
MuERAT, K.T., C.B., D.S.O., M.V.O.)— Cr.
1703.

Second and elder surviving son of John James Hugh
Henry, 7th Duke, K.T., by Louisa, who d. 1902, eldest
dau. of Sir Thomas Moncreitfe, 7th Bart.; b. 1871 ; s.



1917 ; m. 1899 Katharine Marjory, D.B.E., 4th dau. of
Sir James Henry Ramsay, 10th Bart., of Bamff, Perth-
shire. The Duke of Atholl, who was educated at Eton
and sits in the House of Lords as Earl Strange (G.B., cr.
1786), is H.M.'s Lieut, and a J.P. for Perthshire, Capt.
and Brevet Major late R. Horse Guards, and Hon
Col. 3rd Batt. The Black Watch (R. Highlanders) and
10th (Scottish) Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. ; com-
manded the Scottish Horse in S. Africa, with the
rank of Lieut.-Col., the Scottish Horse Yeo. (Lieut.-
Col. Commandant and Hon. Col.) 1909-17, and the
Scottish Horse Brigade, with the temp, rank of
Brigadier-Gen., 1914-16; appointed to command a
Brigade, with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1917,
and Lord High Commissioner to the Gen. Assembly of
the Church of Scotland 1918 and 1919 ; sat as M.P.
for AV. Perthshire Jan. 1910-1917; has the Serbian
Order of the White Eagle, 3rd Class, with Swords.—
Blair Castle, Blair Atholl, Perthshire ; Bunkeld House,
Dunield, Perthshire ; Naval and Military, Bachelors',
and R. Aero Clubs, w. ; Marlborough, and Caledoniaji
Clubs, s.w. ; New Club, Edinburgh.



ATHOLSTAN, Lord (fluGH Graham).— Cr.
1917.

Eldest son of Robert Walker Graham, Esq., of
Huntingdon, Quebec, who d. 1904, by Marion, who d.
1905, dau. of the late Col. Thomas McLeay Gardner,
of Edinburgh and of Huntingdon, Province of Quebec ;
b. 1848; m. 1892 Annie Beekman, 2nd dau. of the late
Edward Hamilton, Esq., of Exeter, Devonshire, and
has a dau., Alice. Lord Atholstan, who was educated
at Huntingdon Academy, Quebec, and at Athelstan
Common School (Hon. LL.D. Glasgow Univ.), is Pro.
prietor of the Montreal Daily Star and of tlie Family
Herald, and Vice-President of the Children's Memorial
Hospital, dedicated to the memory of Queen Victoria. —
638, Sheri>rooke Street, Montreal; Mount Royal, and
St. James's Clubs, Montreal.

ATHORPE, Marmaduke, Esq., of Dinnington
Hall, Morthen Hall, and Thorpe Hall,
Yorkshire.

Only surviving son of Marmaduke Athorpe, Esq.
(youngest son of the late John Carver Athorpe, Esq.,
of Dinniuijton Hall, and of Leam Hall, Derbyshire),
who d. 1872, by Edith Louisa, who d. 1872, 3rd dau.
of the late Rev. Charles Colyear Beaty-Pownall ; b.
1872 ; 6. his uncle the Rev. George Middleton Athorpe,
M.A., 1910; m. 1897 Anne Davidson, eldest dau. of
Gordon Pyper, Esq., of Hantane, Ceylon, and has,
with other issue, a son, * Marmaduke Carver Middle-
ton, b. 1904. Mr. Athorpe, who was educated at
Eton, is Lord of the Manors of Dinnington and
Morthen, and Patron of 1 living. — Dinnington Hall,
Rotherham, Yorkshire.

ATHORPE, of Leam Hall, Derbyshire. See

Rose-In7ics.

ATHY, Edmond Joseph Philip Ltnch, Esq.,
of Renville, co. Galway.
Only son of Randle Edmond Lynch Athy, Esq., J.P.,
of Renville, who (i. 1875, by Margaret, who d. 1891,
dau. of the late William Hill Buckle, Esq., of Chacely,
Worcestershire; b. 1859; m. 1881 Annette Frances,
younger dau. of the late Richard Gradwell, Esq., of
Dowth Hall, CO. Meath, and has issue Muriel Pauline
Annette. Mr. Athy, who was formerly Capt. Galway
Art. Militia, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Galway (High
Sheriff IdOi).— Renville, Oranmore.



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ATKIN, the Right Hon. Sir James Richard,
Knt.— Cr. 1913.
Eldest son of the late Eobert Travers Atkin, Esq., of
Fernhill, co. Cork ; b. 1867 ; m. 1893 Lucy Elizabeth,

■ dau. of William Hemmant, Esq., formerly Colonial
Treasurer of Queensland. Sir James .Atkin, who -was
educated at Christ Coll., Brecon, and at Magdalen
Coll., Oxford, of which he was a Demy (B.A. 1894,
M.A. 1895), called to the Bar at Gray's Inu 1891,
elected a Bencher and appointed a K.C. 1906, was
a Judge of the High Court of Justice, King's Bench
Div., 1913-19; appointed a Lord Justice of Appeal
1919.— 65, Ashley Gardens, s.w.

ATKIN-ROBERTS. See Roberts, of Glassenburi/.

ATKINS, Major-Gen. Sir Alban Randell
Crofton, K.C.B., C.M.G.— Cr. 1919.
S. 1870; m. 18— May Clara, M.B.E., who d. 1919,

dau. of Bongard, Esq. Sir Alban Atkins is a

Major-Gen., late K.A.S.C, a Knight of Grace of the
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, and a Comm. of the
Italian Order of the Ci'own ; has the Serbian Order of
the White Eagle, 3rd Class, with Swords; was Chief
Instructor R.A.S.C. Training Establishment 1908-10 ;
'Deputy Assistant Director at Headquarters 1911-14
and Assistant Director of Transport 1914-16, and has
been Director of Supplies and Transport since 1916. —
• War Office, Whitehall, s.w.

+ ATKINS, Col. (temp.) Sir John, K.C.M.G.,
M.B.— Cr. 1919.

B. 18 — . Sir John Atkins, who was educated at Guy's
Hospital (M.B. London Univ. 1901, M.R.C.S. and
L.E.C.P. 1901, F.R.C.S. 1903), is Medical Eeferee
Sun Life and Gen. Assurance Co. and a Fellow of the
E. Society of Medicine, and has been temp. Col.
A.M.S. since 1914.-5. Societies' aub, s.w.; 3,
Grosvenor Crescent, s.w.



ATKINS. See Bm-nabt/-AtH.



ad Richards.



ATKINSON, Lord (John Atkinson, P.C.).—
Cr. 1905.
Eldest son of Edward Atkinson, Esq., M.D., J.P., of
Gleuwilliam Castle, co. Limerick, who d. 1 876, by his
1st wife Eosetta, who d. 1849, dau. of the late Capt.
John Shaw McCuUoeh ; b. 1844 ; m. 1873 Rowena Jane,
who(/. 1911,dau.ofthelateEichardChute,Esq.,M.D.,
of Tralee, co. Kerry. Lord Atkinson, who was called to
the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 1865, and at the Inner
Temple 1890, became a Q.C. 1880 and a Bencher of
King's Inns 1885, and of the Inner Temple 1906, and
■was Solicitor-Gen. for Ireland 1888-92, Attorney-Gen.
for Ireland in 1892 and 1895-1905, and M.P. for co.
Londonderry, N. Derry Dir., 1895-1905; appointed a
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary 1905, and cr. a Life Peer
1905.— CarWow Club, s.w.; Kildare Street Club,
Dublin ; 39, Hyde Park Gate, s.w.

ATKINSON, Sir John Nathaniel, K.C.S.I.—
Cr. 1912.

Second son of Richard Atkinson, Esq., of Temple
Sowerby, Westmorland, who d. 1876, by Elizabeth
Catharine, who d. 1898, 2nd dau. of the late Eev. John
Ehodes Fitter, of Jamaica ; b. 1867 ; m. 1885 Constance,
6th dau. of the late Eev. Eobert John Banks, of St.
Catharine's, Doncaster. Sir John Atkinson, who was
educated at Marlborough and entered the Indian Civil
Service 1876, was Superintendent of Stamps and Chair-
man ot the Harbour Trust Board, Madras, 1897-1901 ;
an Additional M.L.C. Madras 1901, 1903 and 1905;



a Member of the Board of Revenue 1903-4 ; Commis-
sioner of Eevenne Settlements and Director of Land
Eecords and Agriculture 1 904—5 ; Commissioner of
Land Eevenne 1905-6; Secretary to the Govern-
ment, Eevenue Department, 1906-8 ; First Member of
the Board of Eevenue and Commissioner of Eevenue
Settlements 1908-9; Acting Chief Secretary to the
Government February 1908, and a Member of the
Council of the Governor of Madras 1909-14.— ffo/^.
bourne Lodge, Alton, Hampshire: East India United
Service Club, s.w.

ATKINSON, Sir William Nicholas, Knt.,
I.S.O., LL.D.— Cr. 1918.

Eldest son of John Job Atkinson, Esq., H.M.'s Inspector
of Mines, of Durham, who d. 1870 ; b. 1850 ; m. 1880

, dau. of James Buchanan, Esq. Sir William

Atkinson, who was educated at Houghton Grammar
School (Hon. LL.D. Birmingham), is a Mining En-
gineer; was Div. Inspector of Mines, S. Wales Div., at
the Home Oflice 1906-17. — Tintern, Monmouthshire.

ATKINSON, Major Guy Montagu, D.S.O., of
Cangort House, King's Co.
Elder son of Guy Neweomen Atkinson, Esq., J. P., of
Cangort House, who d. 1890, by Frances Elizabeth,
only dau. of the late Hon. Laurence Harman King-
Harman, of Eockingham, co. Roscommon; b. 1882.
M.ijor Atkinson, who was educated at Charterhouse, is
Major King's E. Eifle Corps. — Cangort House, Shinrone.

ATKINSON, Heney Ernest, Esq., of Morland
Hall, Westmorland.

Eldest son of the Rev. Francis Home Atkinson, of
Morland Hall, who d. 1901, by Edith Mary, dau. of
Henry Vatcher, Esq., of Rosemount, Jersey ; b. 1871-
Mr. Atkinson was educated at Exeter Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1 »9i).— Morland Hall, near Fenrith.

ATKINSON, Capt. John Edward, of New-
biggin, Northumberland.
Elder son of John .Atkinson, Esq., J.P., of Newbiggin,
who rf. 1914, by Alice Maud Mary, dau. of the late
John Edward Buckle, Esq., of Sowerby, Yorkshire ;
b. 1878; nt. 1914 Elizabeth Joyce, youngest dau. of
Robert Ernest Alexander, Esq.,of Kenward, Yalding,
Kent, and has a son, * John Surtees, b. 1916. Capt.
Atkinson, who was educated at Bedford and at the R.
Agricultural Coll., Cirencester, and was formerly Lieut.
3rd K.O. Hussars, is Capt. 3rd K.O. Hussars, Special Ee-
serve. — Newbiggin, Hexham, Northumberland; Cavalry
Club, w.

ATKINSON, Joseph Jertis, Esq., of Crowbill,
CO. Armagh.
Eldest son of Joseph Atkinson, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Crowbill, who d. 1916, by his 1st wife Anne Edith,
who d. 1897, eldest dau. of the late John Jervis
Broadwood, Esq., of Buchan Hill, Sussex ; b. 1873 ;
m. 1907 Beatrix Pearl, only dau. of Edwin John
AVebb, Esq., of Pusumbing, Darjeeling, India, and has
2 daus. Mr. Atkinson, who was educated at Wolver-
hampton Grammar School, served in Paget's Horse in
S. Africa. — Crowhill, Annaghmore, co. Armagh.

ATKINSON, Major Thomas Henry Hollis
Bradford, formerly of Angerton, North-
umberland.

Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. Ealph Atkinson, J.P., of An-
gerton, formerly Grenadier Guards, who assumed the
surname of Bradford in lieu of Atkinson on inherit-
ing Angerton in 1871, and who d. 1888, by Amy, who
d. 1901, dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. HnghFitzEoy; b.



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ISiifl. Educatedat Eton ; is a Magistrate for Nortlmm-
berlaiid, Major Eeserve of Officers, and Major ret.,
late Grenadier Guards; appointed a Staff Capt. 1915.
— Guards' Club, s.w. ; Turf Club, w. ; 13, Little
Grosvenor Street, w.



ATKINSON, Thomas John, Esq., of Cavan-
garden, co. Donegal.
Eldest son of John Atkinson, Esq., M.A., J.P., Barris-
ter-at-Law, who d. 1879 (by Ellen, dau. of the late
Robert Mecredy, Esq., M.A., Barrister-at-Law), and
grandson of the late Thomas John Atkinson, Esq., J.P.,
of Cavangarden ; b. 1845 ; m. 1880 Elizabeth, dau. of
the late Arthur M. Day, Esq., and has, with other issue,
an only son, * Thomas John Day, O.B.E., a Magistrate
for eo. Donegal, Capt. Unattached List, late Dublin
Univ. Contingent, Senior Div., Officers' Training
Corps, T.F., and temp. Capt. Gen. List, previously 5th



George Wieken Willes, R.N. ; b. 1847; m. 1883 Alice,
youngest dau. of the late Thomas Sutcliffe Jlort, Esq.,
of Greenoaks, Sydney, N.S.W. Sir George Atkinson-
Willes, who was educated at Leamington Coll.
and at the R. Naval Academy, Gosport, is an
Adm. ret. ; was Commodore Comm. the Training
Squadron 1895-7 ; commanded the Dockyard Reserve,
Chatham, 1898-1900 ; wasA.D.C. to Queen Victoria and
to King Edward VII. 1899-1901 ; commanded the Home
Squadron, and was Second in Command of the Home
Fleet 1902-3, Commander-in-Chief on the East Indies
Station 1903-5, and as Naval Commander-in-Chief
directed a Naval and Mil. Force in Somaliland, which
captured Illig, 1904 ; assumed the additional surname
of Willes in compliance with the will of his uncle
Adm. Sir George Ommanney Willes, G.C.B., 1901.—
T%e Stroud, Haslemere : Trovellers. and United Service
Clubs, s.w.



(Service) Batt. R. Irish Fusiliers; was Staff Capt. ' a rjimTTiDTJTTnv- t j
31stInfautryBrigade,10thDiv., 1915; appointed Staff ■^^-'-'r f^ ' ,^Z



Capt. Headquarters, Irish Command, 1917; called
to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 1904 ; educated at
Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1903); h. 1882; m. 1918
Cicely H. B., only child of Comm. Hugh Burrington
Hawkshaw, ret. R.N. Mr. Atkinson is a J.P. andD.L.
for CO. Donegal (High Sheriff \S93).— Cavangarden, ;
Ballyshannon, co. Donegal.



Charlotte, tlder dau. of the late Thomas Lawi'ence
Forbes, E.sq., of Hampstead ; m. 1889 Sir Frederick
Atterbury, a Barrister-at-Law, who was Comptroller of
Stamps and Taxes for Ireland- 1901-3 ; Assistant Sec-
retary of Inland Revenue 1903-9 ; Secretary to Inland
Revenue, Controller of Stamps and Registrar of Joint
Stock Cos. 1909-13, and Controller of H.M. Stationery
Office and King'sPrinter of Acts of Parliament 1913-18,
and who was cr. K.C.B. 1917, and d. 1919.— 2, Upper
Terrace, Hampstead, n.w.



ATKINSON, Thomas Richard Durbin, Esq.,
of Glenwilliam Castle, co. Limerick.

Youngest son of Edward Atkinson E,,qM.D., J.P I ^TTjjjLL, WiLLIAM AnthONT, Esq., of Ard
of Glenwilliam Castle, who d. 1876, and only son ofi ' _ , ' ^°H-> "^ ■'^'■'■



his 2nd wife Emma, who d. 1906, dau. of the late
Major Durbin; b. 1863; m. 1884 Sophie Mary, dau.
of the late Capt. Thomas William Wilkinson, J.P., of
St. Oswald's, CO. Limerick, and has 2 daus., Eileen
Violet, m. 1915 Capt. Robei-t Gordon Douglas Dewar,
R.N. ; and Sibyl Maude. Mr. Atkinson, who was ,
educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, is a J.P. and I
D.L. for CO. Limerick (High Sheriff 1888), and was'
on the roll for High Sheriff of co. Fermanagh for |
1905. — Glembilliam Cattle, BalHngarry, co. Limerick;]
Boodle's Club, s.w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. \

ATKINSON, of Ashley Park, co. Tipperary. !
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ATKINSON-CLARK, George Dixon, Esq,
Belford Hall, Northumberland.
Eldest son of the Rev. William Atkinson-Clark, of
Belford Hall, who d. 188(1, by Jane Margaret, who d.
1878, dau. of the late William Clark, Esq., of Belford
Hall; A. 1836; m. 1874 Mary Caroline, who d. 1912,
youngest dau. of the late Hon. Henry Amelius Coventry,
and has, with other issue, * (Henry) George, a Magis- : Club
trate for Northumberland ; b. 1877 ; m. 1904 Rachel I
Cicely, youngest dau. of Sir Thomas Charlton Meyrick,

1st Bart., C.B., of Apley Castle, Shropshire, and has, j ATTWOOD-MATHEWS. See Mathews.
with other issue, a son, * John Cecil, b. 1912.

Mr. Atkinson-Clark, who was educated at Charter- j AUBERTIN, Lieut.-Col. Peter, of The Weir,
" " * "" " "":o^ - 1 Hampshire,



varney, co. Fermanagh.

Eldest son of Edward Eyre Atthill, Esq., of Ard-
varney, who d. 1893, by Jane, who d. 1904, eldest
dau. of the late Lowther Brien, Esq., of Ardvarney ;
b. 1850; m. 1891 Caroline Fanny, who d. 1916, 2nd
dau. of the late Blayney Tenison Roper, Esq., and has
a son, » Lombe, b. 1899.— Residence: 48, Crescent
Road, Eamsgatc.

ATTWOOD, Thomas AETHaE Carless, Esq.,
F.S.A., of Sion Hill, Worcestershire.
Only child of Thomas Aurelius Attwood, E,sq., of
Woodend (Pipe Manor House), Warwickshire, and of
Lincoln's Inn, who d. 1864, by Mary, who d. 1917,
eldest dau. of the late Joseph Smallwood, Esq., of
Castle Bromwich, Warwickshire ; 6.1863; m. 1892
(marriage annulled 1902) the Hon. Hilda Evelyn
Pomeroy, younger dau. of James Spencer, 6th Viscount
Harberton. Mr. Attwood, who was educated at Up-
pingham aud at Pembroke Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1886,
M.A. 1889), was formerly a Student at the Inner
Temple.— iSion Hill, Wolverley, ■
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house and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1858), and
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1860, is a J.P.
and D.L. for Northumberland (High Sheriff 1883 and ;
formerly Chairman of Quarter Sessions). — Belford
Hall, Northuiuierland ; Port-an-eilean, and Bohallt/
Lodge, Pitlochry, N.B. ; Carlton, and. Marlborougl ,
Cltibs, s.w. I

ATKINSON- WILLES, Adm. Sir George'

Lambaet, K.C.B.— Cr. 1905.

Second surviving son of the Rev. Thomas Atkinson,

Rector of Kirby Sigston, Yorkshire, who d. 1 880, by

Henrietta Jane, who d. 1875, 3rd dau. of the late Capt.



Elder and only surviving son of the Rev. Peter
Aubertin, of Chipstead, Surrey, who d. 1891 ; b. 1846 ;
m. 1st 1877 Emma Louisa, who rf. 1891, dau. of the
late Gen. Sir John Blick Spurgin, K.C.B., C.S.L ;
2ndly 1893 Sybil Maud Marie, only dau. of Edmund
Huntly Hooper, Esq., and Lady Alice Maud Hooper,
and has, with other issue, a son, * John V., h. 1880.
Lieut.-Col. Aubertin is a Magistrate for Hampshire and
was formerly Lieut.-Col. 2nd Dragoon Guards. — The
Weir, Alresford; Cavalry Club, w.

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AUCHINLECK, Mrs., of Crevenagh, co.
Tyrone.
Charlotte Madeline, only dau. of Robert William
Scott, Esq., of Bloomhill, Dungannon, eo. Tyrone,
who d. 1895, by Charlotte, who d. 1910, dau. of the
late Richard Pike, Esq., of Befchgrove, Dungannon ;
m. 1902 Capt. Daniel George Harold Auchinleck, B.
Inniskilling Fusiliers, of Crevenagh, who was killed
in action 1914. — Crevenagh, near Oinagh, co. Tyrone.

+ AUCKLAND, Lord (Frederick Colvin
George Eden).— Cr. Ireland 1789 and
Great Britain 1 793.
Only surviving son of William Morton, 6lh Lord, by
Sybil Constance, eldest dau. of the late Col. George
Morland Hutton, C.B., of Gate Burton Hall, Lincoln-
shire ; b. 1895; s. 1917; m. 1917 Susan, dau. of J. C.
Hartridge, Esq., of Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.A., and
has a dau., Susan Constance.

Heir'Prts., his uucle George (Slid son of William George, 4th
Lord, who d. 18a0, by his Ut wife Lucy Walbanke, who rf.
1870, youngest dau. of the late John Walbanke Ohilders,
Esq., of Oantley RaU, Yorkshire), i. 1861 ; m USi Amy
Violet Poulett, 3rd dan. of the late Lieut.-Ool. 'the Hon.
Charles Rowley Hay-DrummoDd, of Harewood Lodge,
Berkshire, and formerly of Cromlix. Perthshire, and has.
with other issue, a son. •Geoffrey Morton, M.B.E.. Lieut.
R.A.S.C., T.P., and Acting Oapt. M.T. Section ; late Lieut.
6th Batt. E. Surrey Regt. ; educated at Eton : h. 1891 ;
m. 1919 Dorothy Ida, youngest dau. of the Rev. Prebendary
Francis Clyde Harvey, M.A., Vicar of Hailshaiu, Sussex.



AUCKLAND, Edith, Lady.

Youngest dau. of Sir William Eden, 6th Bart., who d.
1873, by Elfrida Susanna Harriet, who d. 1882,
youngest dau. of the late Col. AVilliam Iremonger, of
Wherwell Priory, Hampshire; m. 1st 1875 as 3rd wife
William George, 4th Lord Auckland, who d. 1890;
2ndly 1897 Philip Symons, of Stonepitt Grange, Kent.
— Stonepitt Grange, Seal, Sevenoaks.

AUDLEY, Barony of (Thicknesse-Touchet).—
Cr. 1313.
This Barony is in abeyance between Mary and Emily,
dans, and co-heiresses of George Edward, 2(lth Lord
Audley,whorf. 1872, by hislst wife Emily, who d. 1860,
dau. of the late Sir Thomas Livingston Mitchell, D.C.L.

AUSTEN, Mrs., of Capel Manor, Horsmonden,
Kent.

Georgiana Frederica, eldest dau, of Charles Pearse, Esq.;
■/«. 1868, as his 2nd wife, John | Francis Austen, Esq.,
of Capel Manor, a J.P. for Kent, who d. 1893, leaving,
with another dau. by each marriage, by his 1st wife
(Charlotte, who d. 1861, only child of the late William
Tucker, Esq.), a dau., Charlotte Marianne; m. 1887,
as his 1st wife, William Smith-Marriott, Esq.,
Barrister-at-Law, and d. 1910, leaving a dau., * Mary
Charlotte, m. 1913 Heathfield Dodgson, Esq.— Capel
Manor, Horsmonden, Kent.

AUSTEN. See Godwin-Austen.

AUSTIN, Sir William Michael Byron, Bart.,
of Pryston Hall. Yorkshire.— Cr. 1894.

Elder son of Sir John Austin, 1st Bart., M.P., by Agnes,
who d. 1910, dau. of the late Samuel .Staudidge Byron,
Esq., J.P., of West Ayton, Yorkshire; i. 1871 ; «■ 1906;
m. 1896 Violet Irene, 2nd dau. of Alexander Fraser,
Esq., of Westerfield House, Suffolk. Sir William
Austin, who was educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge,
and was formerly Capt. Yorkshire Mounted Brigade,
Transport and Supply Column, Army Service Corps,
Territorial Force, and Lieut. Yorkshire Dragoons Yeo.,
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is a Magistrate for the W. Riding of Yorkshire
and temp. Capt. Army Service Corps. — Residence :
Gurtkalougha, Borriaokane, co. Tipperary.

Heir, his son John Byron Fraser, Lieut. 3rd Hussars and
Flight Oomm. R.A.P. : educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand-
hurst ; 6. 1897.

AUSTIN, Sir Herbert, K.B.E.— Cr. 1917.

Eldest son of Giles Stevens Austin, E.sq., of Bovingdon,
Buckinghamshire, who d. 1905, by Clara, dau. of the
late James Simpson, Esq., of Rotherhithe ; b. 1866; m.
1887 Helen, dau. of the late James Dron, Esq., of
Melbourne, Australia. Sir Herbert Austin, who was
educated at Rotherham Grammar School and at
Brampton Coll., is Chairman and Managing Director
of the Austin Motor Co. Ltd., Chairman of the
Wolseley Sheep Shearing Machine Co. Ltd. and Hon.
Commandant 3rd V.B. Worcestershire Regt. ; has ren-
dered valuable services in the production of Munitions
of War; elected M.P. for King's Norton Lliv. of
Birmingham \'i\S.—Lickey Grange, near BroTnsgrove;
R. Automobile Club, s.w. ; Motor Club, w. ; Conservative
Club, Birmingham.

AUSTEN, Charles, Esq., of Brandeston,
Suffolk.
Only surviving son of Charles Austin, Esq., Q.C.. J.P.
and D.L., of Brandeston, who d. 1874, by Harriet .Tane,
elder dau. of the late Capt. Ralph Mitford Preston
Ingilby, and niece of the Eev. Sir Henry John Ingilby,
1st Bart., of Ripley Castle, Yorkshire ; b. 1858 ; m.
1st 1891 Harriet, who d. 1910, dau. of James Richer
Esq.; 2ndly 1911 Eileen Marion, eldest dau. of the
late R. O'Callaghan, Esq., F.R.C.S., and has, with
other issue, a son, »Charles, b. 1912. Mr. Austin,
who was educated at Eton, and was formerly Capt. 5th
Brigade, Scottish Div., R.A., is a J.P. for Suffolk (was
on the roll for High Sheriff for 1890), and Patron of
1 living. — Brandeston Hall, Wickham Market.

K^K, Earl of. See under Dufferin and Ava, Mar-
quess of.

AVEBURY, Lord (John Birkbeck Lubbock).

— Cr. 1900.

Eldest son of John, 1st Lord, P.C, F.R.S., LL.D.,

D.C.L., by his Ist wife Ellen


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