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ena, co. Antrim, who d. 1845, by Anne, only
dau. of the late Charles Armytage, Esq. ; b. 1828. Is
a Magistrate for Radnorshire, and was on the roll
for High Sheriff for \802.— Glasbun/, near Hay;
Residence: Les Detuc Parses, Champery, Valais,

HAMILTON, the Rev. Robert Abekcromby,
of Fairfield Lodge, Devonshire.

Son of Alexander Henry Abercromby Hamilton, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of Fairfield Lodge, who d. 1911, by his
1st wife Sophia Anne Adelaide (whose marriage was
dissolved 1863 and who d. 1913, having m. 2ndly
1864 John Wilson Rimington, Esq., who d. 1909),
7th dau. of Sir Robert Abercromby, 5th Bart., of Forg-
len and Birkenbog, Banffshire ; b. 1856; m. 1st 1888
Georgiana, who (i. 1910, only dau. of the late Rev. Henry
Jerome Augustine Fane-De Salis, of Portnall Park,
Surrey; 2ndly 1916 Emily Charlotte, eldest dau. of
the late Gilbert Maxwell Walsh, Esq., of Grimble-
thorpe, Lincolnshire, and of Rockbeare, Devonshire.
Mr. Hamilton, who was educated at Rugby and at St.
John's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882), was
Vicar of Caversfield, with Stoke Lyne and Fen-cott,
Oxfordshire, 1888-91, and of Cranbourne, Windsor
Forest, Berkshire, 1891-1910.— Fairfield Lodge, Coun.
less Wear, Devonshire; Athenaum Club, s.w.

HAMILTON, Trevor Blackwood, Esq., of
Vesington, co. Meath.
Jr-hcEbe Maxweu, only cnuQ oi uapt. Mervyu Jam ,s Eldest son of Trevor Richard Hamilton, Esq., of Ves-
Hamilton, D.L., Reserve of Officers, late Gordon Higl.- ' ington, who d. 1901, by Elizabeth Catharine, dau. of


the late Hans Hamilton, Esq. ; h.

n. 1883 [HAMILTON.

Louisa Hawkes, "who d. 1899, dau. of George Knox,
Esq., and widow of Richard Garnett, Esq., of Summer- {
seat, CO. Meath, and has a dau., * Grace Elizabeth ; m.
1916 William Villiers Roe, Esq., S. African Scottish
Infantry. Mr. Hamilton was formerly Capt. and Hon.
Major 6th Batt. Leinster Regt. — Vesington, Dunloyne,
CO. Meath.

HAMILTON, William Alexander, Esq., of
Coxtown, CO. Donegal.

Eldest son of the late Rev. John Hamilton, of Coolmore,
by Margaret, dau. of the late Cairnoross Palmer CuUen,
Esq.,D.L.,ofGlenade,co.Leitrim; i.l858; ?«. 1st 1889;
Emily, who d. 1891, youngest dau. of the late Thomas \
Troubridge Stubbs, Esq., of Ballyshannon, co. Donegal ; ^
2ndly 1894 Ellen Mary, elder dau. of the late Manley j
Montgomery Palmer, Esq., of Shriff, co. Leitrim, and
has had, with 2 daus., a son, Alexander Douglas
Peel, temp. Lieut. R.M. ; b. 1896, and killed in action [
1916. Mr. Hamilton, who was educated at Trinity'
Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1882, M.A. 1891), is a J.P. for
" (High Sheriflf \Wi).— Coxtown, Bridge-

HAMILTON, Lieiit.-Col. William John
Padmiee, of Mossvill, co. Donegal.
Only son of James Paumier Hamilton, Esq., Q.C, of
Mossvill, Recorder of Cork, who d. 1892, by Martha,
who d. 1917, dau. of the late Anthony Colling Brown-
less, Esq., of Peynitz Hall, Kent ; b. 1852 ; ?k. 1888
Louise, 4th dau. of the late Major Erancis D'Arcy
Irvine, Indian Army, and has, with a dau., a son,
* James Paumier, b. 1898. Lieut.-Col Hamilton, who
was educatedatTrinityColl, Dublin, is a Magistrate for
CO. Donegal, and a Director of the Donegal Railway Co. ;
late Lieut.-Col. Cork Art. S. Div. R.A.; formerly Lieut.
41st Foot.— AfossWW, Glenties, co. Donegal ; Constitu-
tional Club, ■w.c. ; United Service Club, s.w.

HAMILTON, William Joseph, Esq., of Castle
Hamilton, co. Cavan.
Second son of James Hamilton, Esq., D.L., of Castle
Hamilton, who d. 1887, by Mary Matilda, who d.\
1895, dau. of the late Thomas Dickson, Esq., ofj
Grangeville, co. Dublin; b. 1850; m. 1897 Frances'
Florence, dau. of the late Charles Stuart Adams, Esq., I
J.P., and has a son, * William Guy Loftus, b. 1900.!
Mr. Hamilton, who was educated at Trinity Coll., |
Dublin (B.A. 1875), is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Cavan
(High Sheriff 1886), and Capt. and Hon. Major late
4th Batt. R. Irish Fusiliers, previously 2nd Vol. Batt.
R. Welsh Fusiliers. — Castle Hamilton, Killeshandra,
. CO. Cavan.

HAMILTON, Major William MalcolmFleming,
of Craiglilaw, Wigtownshire.
Only son of William Charles Stewart Hamilton, Esq.,
D.L., of Craighlaw, who d. 1876, by Margaret Anne
Mary, only dau. of the late Thomas Jones, Esq., of
Hinton Charterhouse ; b. 1869 ; is a J.P. and D.L. for
Wigtownshire, Major Reserve of officers and Capt. ret.,
late Highland L.I. — Craighlaw, Kirkcowan, N.B. !


Abercorn; Baillie- Hami/fo)

Barrett-Hamilton ; Belhaven and Stenton ;
Hamilton; Dalrymple-Hamilton ; Graham, Mcr-
chionessof: Haddington; Henderson-Hamilton; Hulm
Patrick; Proby ; Sumner ; and. Stevenson-Hami/ton.



See Baillie - HamilU

Esq., of Netherplaoe, Ayrshire.
Only son of Col. William Kentigern Hamilton-Camp-
bell, D.S.O., J.P. and D.L., Ayrshire Yeo., T.D., of
Netherplace, who d. 1917, by Edith Agnes, 5th dau. of
Robert Angus, Esq., of Ladykirk, Ayrshire; /'. 1912.
— Netherplace, Mauchline, Ayrshire.

HAMILTON-GORDON. See Gordon ; and Stan-


HAMILTON-HOARE, Henrt William, Esq.,
of Oakfield Lodge, Three Bridges, Sussex.
Youngest and only surviving son of the Rev. William
Henry Hoare, M.A., of Oak6eld Lodge, who d. 1888,
by Araminta Anne, who d. 1875, 3rd dau. of Lieut.-
Gen. Sir John Hamilton, 1st Bart, {ext.), K.T.S., of
Woodbrook, co. Tyrone; b. 1844; s. his brother
Hamilton Noel Hamilton-Hoare, Esq., 1908; m. 1877
Mary Elizabeth, who d. 1914, youngest dau. of the late
William Owen, Esq., of Withybush, and Poyston,
Pembrokeshire, and has 3 daus. Mr. Harailton-Hoare,
who was educated at Eton and at Balliol Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1866),, was Chief Clerk to the Board of Education
1892-1900 and Assistant Secretary 1900-4. — Ox/brti
and Cambridge, and Athenceum Clubs, s.w. ; 96, Ebury
Street, Chester Square, s.w.

HAMILTON-JONES. See Jones; and Tobia.


HAMILTON-RUSSELL, the Hon. Fkedeeick
GusTAVUS, of Burwarton Hall, Shropshire.
Third son of Gustavns Russell, 8th Viscount Boyne,
who d. 1907, by Lady Katharine Frances, who d. 1903,
3rd dau. of John, 2nd Earl of Eldon ; b. 1867;
m. 1897 Lady Margaret Rachel Scott, younger dau. of
John, 3rd Earl of Eldon. Mr. Hamilton-Russell, who
I was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is a
I JP and D.L. for co. Durham, a J.P. for Shrop-
shire (oB the roll for High Sheriff' for 1920), and
Patron of 2 livings.— Burwarton Hall, Bridgnorth,
Shropshire; La Boyssonade, Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy;
St. James's Club, w. ; Athmceum, and Wellington Clubs,
s.w. ; 3, Cambridge Gate, Regent's Park, n.w.

HAMILTON of Carnell, Ayrshire, and of | HAMILTON- RUSSELL. B^e Boyne, Viscount.
Weatport, Linlithgowshire. See Findlay- ■
Hamilton. ; HAMILTON-STUBBER. See Slubber.

HAMILTON, of Sundrum, Ayrshire, see ; HAMILTON-TEMPLE-BLACKWOOD. See

^„^es. I Dujfferin and Am, Marquis of.




HAMLYN, Mrs., of Clovelly Court, Devon-
Cliristine Louisa, 3rd dau. of Col. Henry Edward
Hamlyn-Fane, M.P., of Clovelly Court, and of Avon
Tyrrell, Hampshire, who rf. 1868, by Susan Hester,
■who d. 1809. eldest dau. and co-heiress of Sir James
Hamlyu-Williams. 3rd Bart, (cxt.), of Clovelly Court
and "of Edwiusford, Carmarthenshire ; m. 1889
Frederick Gosling, Esq., of Clovelly Court, who was
a J.P. and D.L. for Devonshire (High Sheriflf 1901),
and who assumed the surname of Hamlyn by royal
license 1889, and d.s.p. 1904. Mrs. Hamlyn is Patron
of 1 living. — Clovelly Court, Devonshire.

HAMLYN, Mrs. CALMADY-, of Leawood,
and Pasclioe, Devon.

Susan Emily, 2nd dau. and heiress of entail of Shilston
Calmady Hamlyn, Esq., of Leawood and Paschoe, who
was High Sheriff of Devonshire 18?8, and who d. 1885,
by his 1st wife Sarah, dau. of the late Richard Carter,
Esq., of The Manor House, Neston, Cheshire; m. 1876
the Rev. Charles William Hunt Holley, M.A., Vicar
of Okehampton, Devon, who d. 1891, leaving a son,
* Charles Hamlyn Hunt, Capt. R. North Devon
Hussars Yeo. ; educated at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1906, M.A. 1910); h. 1880; m. 1913 Grace, youngest
dau. of the Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould, M.A., of Lew
Trenchard, Devonshire, and has, with otlier issue, a
son, » Vincent Wam-ick, b. 1915. Mrs. Calmady-
Hamlyn s. her sister Mrs. Sillifant-Hamlyn 1901 and
assumed the surname of Calmady-Hamlyn by deed
poll 1902. — Leawood House, JSridestowe, Devon ;
Pasclioe, near Bow, D»von.

HAMLYN-FANE, of Avon Tyrrell, Hampshire.

See Manners, Lord.

HAMMET-BBADON, John, Esq., of East
Anstey, Devon.
Only son of John Hammet-Beadou, Esq., formerly of
Gotten House, Somerset, who d. 1879, by Emma Har-
riet, only dau. of the late James Whiting, Esq., of
Court House, West Monkton ; b. 1847 ; m. 1884 Har-
riette, 2nd dau. of the late William Kaye, Esq., and has |
with other issue, a son, •'Roger, C.B.E., Capt. and
Brevet Lieut.-Col. (temp. Col.) R.A.S.C. ; b. 1887.'
Mr. Hammet-Beadon, who was educated at Edward
VI. School, Sherborne, is a J.P. for Somerset and for
Devon, and Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. late 3rd
Batt. Somersetshire L.I. — Residence : Blackcrton, East
Anstey, Devon.

HAMMICK, Col. Sir St. Vincent Alexander,
Bart.— Cr. 1834.

Eldest son of the Rev. Sir St. Vincent Love Hammick,
2nd Bart., Vicar of Milton Abbot, Devonshire, by
Mary, who d. 1902, 2nd daXi. of the late Robert
Alexander, Esq., of Cavendish Square, London ; b.
1839 ; s. 1888; m. 1st 1869 Penelope Sarah Blanche,
who d. 1886, 2nd dau. of the late Charles William'
Beauclerk, Esq. ; 2ndly 1890 Elinor, younger dau. ofj
the Rev. Sir Gilbert Frankland Lewis, 3rd Bart, {ext.).
Canon of Worcester, and has had, with 2 daus., a son, ;
Stephen Frederick, Capt. Reserve of Officers, and j
Capt. ret., late Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire L.I.; !
A. 1871 ; m. 1906 Muriel Katharine, 4th dau. of Capt. I
Andrew Hamilton Russell, late 57th Regt., of Fyning,
Sussex, and d. (of wounds received in action, while |
serving with Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire L.I.) i
1916, leaving 2 daus. Sir St. Vincent Hammick, who
was educated at Harrow and at Balliol Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1861), is Col, ret.; late Lieut.-Col. Oxfordshire!

L.I. ; was Assistant Adjutant-Gen. in Egypt 1891-6.
— Residence : Treneere, Torquay.

Heir Pies., bis brother Robert Frederick, a Magistrate for
Devonshire and Vice-Adm. ret. n.N. ; b. 1843; m. 1884
Grace Caroline, dau. of the late William Longman, Esq. ,
of Ashlyns, Hertfordshire and b.is, with otliev issue, a
Bon, 'George Frederick, temp. Lieut. R. N^val Vol.
Reserve; late Midshipman R.N. ; 6. 18fl5 ; m. 1316 Eileen
Laura, elder dau. of Lieut.-Col, Frauds John Newton-

HAMMICK, Sir Mhrray, K.C.S.I., CLE.
— Cr. 1911.

Youngest son of the Rev. Sir St. Vincent Love
Hammick, 2nd Bart., Vicar of Milton Abbot, Devon-
shire, who d. 1888, by Mary, who d. 1902, 2nd dau. of
the late Robert Alexander, Esq., of Cavendish Square,
London; 6. 1854; m. 1883 Ada Constance, dau, of
Major-Gen. Arthur Thaddeus Searle, u.s.l. Indian
Army. Sir Murray Hammick, who was educated at
Charterhouse and at Balliol Coll., Oxford, and entered
the Indian Civil Service 1877, was Inspector-Gen. of
Madras Police 1894-1901, Additional M.L.C. Madras
1901-3 and 1906, Acting Chief Secretary to the Govern-
ment 1903, Secretary to the Government, Revenue
Department, 1903, Chief Secretary to the Govern-
ment 1906-8, a Member of the Council of the Governor
of Madras 1908-13, and Governor May-Oet. 1912;
appointed a Memlier of the R. Commission to examine
into the public services in India 1912 and a Member
of the Council of India \9\li.—East India United
Service Club, s.w. ; 23, Brunsicick Gardens, Ken-
sington, w.


Edith Jane, dau. of the late Major Joseph Henry
Wright, M.S.C. ; m. 1886 Col. Sir Arthur George
Hammond, K.C.B., V.C, D.S.O., u.s.l. Indian Army,
who was A.D.C. to H.M. Queen Victoria 1890-1900,
and who was cr. K.C.B. 1903 and d. 1919.— SAcr-
horne House, Camberley, Surrey.

HAMMOND, Charles Edward, Esq.; and
HAMMOND, Henry Lewis, Esq., of
Needham Hall, Suffolk.

Sons of Charles Eaton Hammond, Esq., late of Need-
ham Hall, who d. 1912, by Emily Law, who d. 1878,
2nd dau. of the late Rev. Plumpton Wilson, M.A., Rector
of Tliorpe Arnold, Leicestershire, and joint owners of
Needham Hall. (1) Charles Edward, a Magistrate for
COS. Suffolk and Cambridge; b. 1856; m. 1883 Agnes
Margaret Osborne, 2nd dau. of the late Capt. James
AUix Wilkinson, E.Yorkshire Regt., and has, with other
issue, an only son, * Charles Richard AUix, temp. Lieut.
Army Service Corps; educated at Repton ; b. 1884; m.
1913 Mabel Gwendolen, only dau. of Jack White, Esq.,
of Little Whelnetham Hall, Suffolk, and has, with
otherissue, a son, * Charles AUix Eaton, b. 1914. — St.
Fabians, Newmarket. (2) Henry Lewis, 4. 1859; m.
1889 Ellen Clare, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Richard
FoUiott Scott, M.A., J.P., Vicar of Arlesey, Bedford,
shire. — The Planch, Thurston, Bury St. Edmunds,

HAMMOND, Egerton, Esq., of St. Alban's
Court, Kent.
Y'ounger son of the Rev. Egerton Douglas Hammond,
Rector of Sundridge, Kent, who d. 1897. by Elizabeth
Katherine, who d. 1912, eldest dau. of the late Robeit
Whitmore, Esq.; b. 1866; s. his brother Lieut.-Col.
William Whitmore Hammond, late Ritle Brigade, 1918 ;
m. 1895 Selina, 4th dau. of the late Philip Sidney
Barrington, Esq.. of Ballyman, Bray, co. Wicklow, and
has hod a son, Douglas WilUam, Lieut. The Buffs (E,




KentRegt.) ; h. 1897, and killed in action 1915; and a
dau., Kathleen Eleanor. — St Albans Court, near
Dover; Junior Constitutional Club, w.

HAMOND. See Harbnrd-Hnmond, of The Manor
House, Swaffiiam, Nrirfiill:

HAMOND-GR^ME, Sir Geaham Eden Wil-
liam Gr^mb, Bart., of Holly Grove, Berks-
—Or. 1783.
Eldest son of Vice-Adm. Sir Andrew Snape Hamond-
Grseme, 3rd Bart., by Mary Anne, who d. 1913, 2nd
dau. of the late Edward Miller, Esq. ; 4. 1845 ; s. 1874 ;
m. 1876 Evelyn Emma Murray, elder dau. of the late
Major Robert Bartholomew Lawes, of Kingston Hill
Place, Surrey, and of Old Park, Kent. Sir Graham
Haraond-Graeme is a J.P. for Hants, a D.L. for the I.
of Wight, and Patron of 1 living; late Lieut. 16th
Lancers. — Csmlry Club,-w.; 149, St. James's Court,
Buckingham Gate, s.w; Norton Lodge, Freshwater, I. of

Heir, his son Egerton Hood Murray, Major Hampshire
Carablnlers Yeo. ; educated at Wincliester and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1898) ; b. 1877.

HAMPDEN, Viscount (Thomas Walter
Brand, C.B., G.M.G.).— Or. 1884.
EHe.st son of Henry Robert, 2nd Viscount, G.C.M.G.,
by his 2nd wife Susan Henrietta, who d. 1909, youngest
dau. of the late Lord George Henry Cavendish, M.P. ;
b. 1869; s. 1906; m. 1899 Lady Katharine Mary
Montagu-Douglas-Scott, elder dau. of William Henry
Walter, 6th Duke of Buecleuch. Viscount Hampden,
who was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge, is H.M.'s Lieut., a J.P. and Chairman
(elected 1917) of the C.C. for Hertfordshire, Major
Reserve of Officers, an Hon. Brigadier-Gen. ret., late
Major 10th R. Hussars, Col. T.F., lateLieut.-Col. 1st
Batt. Hertfordshire Regt., and an Officer of the Legion
of Honour ; commanded a Brigade, with the temp, rank
of Brigadier-Gen., 1915-17 and 1917-19. — TA? Hoo,
Welwyn, Hertfordshire ; Brooks's Club, s.w.

Btir, his son Thomas Henry, was a Page o£ Honour to H.M.
King George V. 1913-16 ; educated at Eton and at the R.
Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; 6.1900.

HAMPDEN, Mrs., of Ewelme, Oxfordshire.

Catherine Emma, dau. of the Rev. Prebendary Edward
Burdett Hawkshaw, Rector of Weston-under-Penyard,
Herefordshire, who d. 1912, by Catherine Mary Jane,
who d. 1 890, youngest dau. of Sir Hungerford Hoskyns,
7th Bart. ; m. 1 876 the Rev. Edward Renn Hampden, a
J.P. and C.C. for Herefordshire, Patron of 1 living,
Prebendary of Hereford, and Rector of Cradley, Here-
fordshire, who(?. 1892, leaving, with other issue, Osbert
Renn Leigh, Capt. temp. h.p. Oxfordshire and Bucking-
hamshire L.I. ; b. 1877 ; m. 1904 Violet Maude Edith
(who m. 2ndly 1916 Russell Charles Sydney Gaddum,
Esq., temp. Lieut. 14th Service Batt. R. Fusi'iers, who
was killed in action 1916), elder dau. of Col. Hugh
Claude Edward Lucas, late 107th Pioneers, Indian
Army, formerly Inspector-Gen. of Supply and Trans-
port," Bombay Command, and d. 1913, leaving a son,
»John Osbert, b. 1905.— TAc Old Mansion, Ewelme,



HAMPSON, Sir George Francis, Bart., ol
Thurnham, Kent.— Cr. 1642.

Eldest son of the Rev. William Seymour Hampson,
Rector of Stubton, Lincolnshire, who d. 1868, by Julia
Jane, who d. 1904, dau. of the late Charles Franks,
Esq. ; b. 1860 ; s, his uncle, Sir George Francis, 9th

Bart., 1896; m. 1893 Minnie Frances, eldest dau.
of the late Col. John Clark-Kennedy, C.B., of
Knockgray, Kirkcudbright. Sir George Hampson, who
was educated at Charterhouse and at Exeter Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1880), is an Assistant in the Natural
History Museum, S. Kensington. — Jhurnham Court,
Maidstone ; 62, Stanhope Gardens, s.w.
Heir, his son Dennys Francis, b. 1897.

HAMPSON, Kate Bolland, Lady.

Dau. of the late Walter Ashton, Esq., of Warrington ;
VI. 1884 Sir Robert Alfred Hampson, a J.P. for
Liverpool (Lord Mayor 1904), who was formerly a
Solicitor, and who was cr. Knt. 1904 and d. 1919. —
Brown Howe, Ulverston.

HAMPTON, Lord (Herbert Stuart Pakixg-
TON, D.S.O.).— Cr. 1874.

Second and elder surviving soji of Herbert Perrott
Murray, 3rd Lord, by Evelyn Nina Frances, who d.
1904, youngest dau. o"f Sir George Baker, 3rd Bart. ;
*. 1883; s. 1906. Lord Hampton, who was educated
at Wellington Coll. and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst,
and was formerly Lieut. Rifle Brigade, is Major
Worcestershire Yeo. — Residence: Waresley Court,

Heir Pres., his brother Humphrey Arthur, Lieut.-Comm.
B.N.; h. 1888 ; m. 1913 Grace Dykes, 3rd dau. of the Right
Hon. Sir Albert Spicer, let Bart., and has a dau., Hilary
Evelyn Spicer.

HAMPTON, Lady Laura Elizabeth, of Oak-
dale, Surrey.
Eldest dau. of George Augustus Constantine, 2nd
Marquis of Normanby, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., P.C, who
d. 1890, by Laura, who d. 1885, dau. of the late
Robert Russell, Esq., Capt. R.N. ; m. 1868 John
Vivian Hampton Hampton, Esq., of Oakdale, a J.P.
for Surrey, and who d. 1890, leaving issue Constance
Laura, m. 1892 Brigadier-Gen. George Warren
Biddulph, ret., late Col. R.A. (son of the late Gen.
Sir Michael Anthony Shrapnel Biddulph , G.C.B., R.A.),
who commanded the R.A., E. Anglian Div., T.F.,
1913-14, and was-temp. Brigadier-Gen. R.A. 1914-18,
and has, with another son, * Michael Arthur, Capt.
E.F.A., T.F.; *. \%9b.— Oakdale, Holmwood, near

and Bodior, Anglesey. See Dwyer-Hampton.


Katharine Aldam, eldest dau. of Thomas Pease, Esq.,
of Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucestershire; m. 1868 Sir
Thomas Hanbury, Knight Commander of the Orders
of St. Maurice and St. L.izarus, and of the Cross of the
Crown of Italy, and the founder of the Hanbury
Botanical Institute at the R. Univ., Genoa, who
was cr. K.C.V.O. 1901 and d. 1907.— Xa Mortola,
Ventimiglia, Italy.

HANBURY, Ferdinand Pakington John,
Esq., of Nant Oer, Monmouthshire.
Eldest son of Ferdinand Capel Hanbury-Williams,
Esq., formerly 16th Lancers, of Coldbrook Park, Mon-
mouthshire, who rf. 1891, by Lucy Anne, who d. 1881,
eldest dau. of the late Robert Wheeley, Esq., of The
Pentre, Monmouthshire: b. 1858; m. 1884 Beatrice,
2nd dau. of the late Edward Aldam Leatham, Esq.,
M.P., of Miserden Park, Gloucestershire, and has a
dau., Beatrice Elise ; m. 1st 1912 Charles Herbert
George Martin, Esq., of The Hill, Abergavenny, Mon-
mouthshire, Lieut. 3rd Batt. Monmouthshire Regt.,
who d. (killed in action) 1916, leaving a son, Charles



Edward Capel {whom see); 2ndly 1916 Major-Gen.
Arthur Solly-Flood, C.B., O.M.G., D.S.O., late 4th R.
Irish Dragoon Guard.s, a Comm. of the Belgian Order
of the Crown, who has the Belgian Croix de Guerre.
Mr. Hanbury, who, on the sale of the Colebrooke
estates, resumed the original family surname of Han-
bury only, by deed poll 1905, is a J.P. and B.L. for
Monmouthshire and temp. Capt. Ist V.B. Monmouth-
shire Regt. — Na7>t Oer, Ahergamnny ; Boodle's Club,
s.w. ; Badminton Cliih, w.

HANBURY, John Capel, Esq., of Pontypool,
Only son of Capel Hanbury-Leigh, Esq., of Ponty-
pool, Lord Lieut, of Monmouthshire, who rf. 1861, by
his 2nd wife Emma Elizabeth, who d. 1888, 4th dau. ol
the late Thomas Bates Rous, Esq., of CourtjTala, Gla-
morganshire; '). 1853 ; m. 1885 Louisa Charlotte, dau.
of the late Col. Edward Hungerford Eagar. Mr.
Haubury, who resumed the surname of Hanbury only,
by royal license, 1864, is a J.P. and D.L. for Mon-
mouthshire (High Sheriff 1878), and Hon. Col. 2nd
Baft. Monmouthshire Regt. — Pontypool Park, Ponty-
•pool, Monmottthshire.

HANBURY, Col. Lionel Heney,« C.M.G., of
Hitcham House, Buckinghamshire.

Second and elder surviving son of George Hanbury,
Esq., J.P., of Blythewood (now Hitcham House), who
d. 1912, by Mary, who d. 1906, eldest dau. of the late
Capt. John Trotter, of Dyrham Park, Hertfordshire ;
b. 1864 ; m. 1891 Margaret Colmore, elder dau. of the
late Henry Christian AUhusen, Esq., of Stoke Court,
Buckinghamshire, and has, with other issue, a son,
* Reginald, b. 1901. Col. Hanbury, who was educated
at Eton, is a J.P. for Bucks, one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for
the City of London (on the roll for High Sheriff of
CO. London for 1920), a Director of the Bank of
England, and Lieut.-Col. T.F. Reserve, late Lieut-Col.
and Hon. Col. 7th Batt. R. Warwickshire Regt.,
previously 4th Batt. R. Berkshire Regt., V.D.—
Hitcham House, Burnham, Buckinghamshire ; Wex-
ham Springs, Stoke Pages, Slough ; Carlton Club,

HANBURY, Mrs. BOWRING-, of Ham Hall,
Staffordshire; and of Bolehall House,
Ellen,only child of the late Col. Knott Hamilton; m. 1st
1884, as his 2nd wife, the Right Hon. Robert William
Hanbury, of Ham Hall, and of Bolehall House, who was
a J.P. and D.L. for cOs. Stafford, Warwick, and Derby,
Hon. Col. oth Lancashire A.V. ; late Capt. Q.O.E.
Staffordshire Yeomanry ; M.P. for Tamworth 1872-8,
for N.Staffordshire 1878-80, for Preston 1885-1903;
Secretary to the Treasury 1895-1900, President of the
Board of Agriculture 1900-03, and who d. 1903 ; 2ndly
1904 Victor Bowring-Hanbury, Esq., who assumed
the additional surname of Hanbury by deed poll 1904,
son of the late Edgar Alfred Bowring, Esq., C.B. Mrs.
Bowring-Hanbury is Lady of the Manors of Ham and
Calton, and partly of Norton Canes, Staffordshire, and
Patron of 1 living. — Ham Hall, Ashbourne ; 5, Belgrave
Square, s.w.

HANBURY, Mrs., of Pied du Cotil, Jersey.

Isabel, 4th dau. of the late Gautier de St. Croix, of
Pied du Cotil; m. 1881 Philip Capel Hanbury, Esq.,
who d. 190-2.— Pied du Cotil, St. Heller's, Jersey.

HANBURY, Mrs., of The Manor House,
Braunston, Rutland.
Gwendoline Harriett, 2nd dau. of the Right Hon. George
Henry Finch, M.P., of Burley-on-the-HiJl, Rutland,


who d. 1907, by his 1st wife Emily Eglantine, who d.
1865, eldest dau. of the late John Balfour, Esq., of
Balbirnie, Fife; m. 1886 Evan Hanbury, Esq., of The
Manor House, a J.P. for Rutland (.High Sheriff 1892),
who (/. 1918, having had, with 2 daus., a son, Evan
Robert, Major Leicestershire Yeo., attached to M.G.C. ;
6. 1887 ; m. 1913 Sophia A. Olave, only dau. of Alfred
Jacobson, Esq., formerly of Quarndon Hill, Derbyshire,
and d.v.p. (killed in action) 1918, leaving a son,
•James Robert, b. 1914.— TAe Manor House, Brauns-
ton, Oakham.


! Bateman.

HANBURY-LEIGH. See Hanbury, of Pontypool.

HANBURY-TRACY, Capt. the Hon. William
Charles Frederick, of Woodcote House,

Eldest son of Charles Douglas Richard, 4th Lord
Sudeley, by Ada Maria Katherine, only surviving dau.
of the late Hon. Frederick James Tollemache ; b. 1870 ;
m. 1905 Edith Celandine, youngest dau. of the late
Lord Francis Horace Pierrepont Cecil. Capt. Hanbury-
Tracy, who was educated at Harrow and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge, and was formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt.
R. Scots (Lothian Regt.), is a J.P. and D.L. for
Gloucestershire, a J.P. for Warwickshire, and Capt.
ret., late Irish Guards, Special Reserve. — Woodcote
House, near Beading ; Brooks's, and Guards' Clubs, s.w.

HANBURY-TRACY. See Sudelej,.


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