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at-Arms,
formerly Coram. 9th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa ;
previously Major 16th Lancers. — Wygfair, St. Asa jib ;
Naval and Military Club, w. ; Arthur's Club, s.w.

HOWARD, James Harold, Esq., of Kempston
Grange, Bedfordshire.
Elder son of James Howard, Esq., M.P., of Clapham
Park, Bedfordshire, who d. 1889, by Mahala Wenden,
dau. of the late Peter Thompson, Esq., of Bentley,
Essex; b. 1858 ; m. 1890 Mary, eldest dau. of the late
Addison Potter, Esq., C.B., of Heaton Hall, New-
castle-on-Tyne, and had a son, Addison James, Litut.
Bedfordshire Regt. ; b. 1893, and killed in action 1016.
Mr. Howard is a J.P. for Bedfordshire (High Sheriff
\S99).— The Grange, Kemj>ston, Bedford.

HOWARD, John, Esq., of Broughton Hall,

Flintshire.

Eldest son of Robert Howard, Esq., J.P., of Broughton

Hall, who d. 1908, by Lucy Annabella, who d. 1918,

only dau. of the late Ven. Isaac Wood, of Newton Hall,

I Cheshire, Archdeacon of Chester; b. 1853. Mr.

Howard, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity

1 Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1877, M.A. 1885), is a Magis-

; trate for Flintshire and for Cheshire, and Lord of the

j Manors of Shocklach, Horton, Cuddington, Caldecot,

! Chorlton, and Wigiand—BroKghton Hall, Malpas,

Cheshire ; White's Club, s.w.

1 HOWARD, John Howard, Esq., of Clapham |
Park, Bedfordshire.
Only son of Sir Frederick Howard, J.P. and D.L., of
The Abbey Close, Bedford, who d. 1915, by Elizabeth,
who d. 1901, 2nd da\i. of the late Thomas Street, Esq.,
of Harrowden, Bedfordshire; b. 1856; in. 1888

I Carlota, youngest dau. of the late Thomas Drysdalo,
Esq., of MoEsley Hill, Liverpool, and Buenos Aires,
and has, with other issue, a son, * Douglas Frederick,

; Lieut. 3rd Batt. Bedfordshire Regt.; educated at

' Harrow; b. 1897. Mr. Howard, who was edueaied
privately and on the Continent, was High Sheriff of
Bedfordshire \912.— Clapham Park, near Bedford.

EOWARD, Philip John Canning, Esq., of
Corby, Cumberland ; and of Foxcote, War-
wickshire.

Eldest son of Philip Henry Howard, Esq., M.P., F.S. A.,
of Corby, who d. 1883, by Eliza Minto, who d. 1865,
eldest dau. of the late Major John Canning, H.E.I.C.S.,
sometime Political Resident at the Court of Ava, and
: niece and heiress of the late Francis Canning, Esq., of
Foxcote; b. 1853; m. 1875 Alice Clare, youngest dau.



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of the late Peter Constable-Maxwell, Esq., and niece
of William, 13th Lord Herries, and has issue * Ursula
Mary; m. 1899 Sir Henry Joseph Lawson, 3rd Bart.
(whom see). Mr. Howard, who was educated at Stouyhurst
Coll., is a J.P. for cos. Cumberland, Gloucester,
Worcester, and Warwick, and Patron of 1 living ; was
Sub-Lieut. Warwickshire Yeo. Cav. 1876-8.— Coriy
Castle, Carlisle; Foxcote House, Shipston-on-Stour ;
AthencBum Club, s.w.

HOWARD, Major Robert, of Annaginny
Lodge, CO. Tyrone.
Eldest son of Charles Howard, Esq. , of Annaginny Lodge,
who d. 1894, by Sarah Jane, dau. of the late Dr.
Joseph McCarogher, of Chichester ; b. ISfiO ; m. 1884
Sara, dau. of Samuel Howard, Esq., D.L., and has, with
other issue, a son, * Charles Alfred Lowray, Capt.
32nd Lancers, Indian Army ; educated at the R. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst ; b. 1886. Major Howard, who was
educated at Abbey Park and at St. Andrews (B.A.
1880), was formerly Lieut. 16th Lancers and Major
Highland L.I., and is a Magistrate for co. Tyrone. —
Annaginny Lodge, Lungannon ; Conservative Club, s.w.

HOWARD, RoBEET Mowbray, Esq., of Hamp-
ton Lodge, Surrey.
Third son of Henry Howard, Esq., of Greystoke Castle,
Cumberland, and of Thornbury Castle, Gloucester-
shire, who d. 1875, by Charlotte Caroline Georgiana,
who d. 1896, eldest dau. of the late Henry Lawes
Long, Esq., of Hampton Lodge; b. 1854; m. 1st 1881
Louisa Georgina, who d. 1910, eldest dau. of the late
Kev. Walter Sneyd, of Koele Hall, Staffordshire ; 2iidly
1912 Audrey Cecilia, 3rd dau. of the late Charles
Hallyburtoii Campbell, Esq., Bengal Civil Service, aud
has, with other issue, a son, * Henry Ralph Mowbray, [
O.B.E., temp. Major Gen. List New Armies, late 9th ;
(Service) Batt. Rifle Brigade ; previously Capt. Rifle i
Brigade ; /).1883 ; m.191 1 Helen Millicent, eldest dau. of '
the late William Dodge James, Esq., C.V.O., of West I
Dean Park, Sussex, and has 4 dans. Mr. Howard, i
who was educated at Trinity CoU., Cambridge (B.A. I
1875), is a J.P. and D.L. for Surrey. — Hampton Lodge,
Farnham, Surrei/; Rodsall Manor, Shackleford, Surrey ;
Arthur's Club, s'.w.

HOWARD. See Beaumont, Baroness; Carlisle;
Effingham; Herries; Norfolk; Strathcona and\
Mount Royal ; Suffolk and Berkshire ; and Wicklow. !

HOWARD-BURY, Lady Emily Alfeeda Julia,
of Charleville Forest, King's Co.
Third dau. of Charles William George, 3rd Earl of
Charleville (ext.), who d. 1859, by Arabella Louisa,
who rf. 1857, youngest dau. of the late Henry Case.
Esq., of Shenston Moss, Staffordshire ; m. 1881 Capt.
Kenneth Howard-Bury eldest son of the late Hon.
James Kenneth Howard, M.P., of Hazelby House,
Hampshire), a J.P. and D.L. for King's Co. (High
Sheriff 1884), and a Capt. R.A. ret., who assumed the
additional surname of Bury, by royal license, 1881,
and d. 1885, and has a son, ♦Charles Kenneth, D.S.O.
{whom see). — Charleville Forest, Tullamore.

HOWARD-BURY, Capt. Charles Kenneth,
D.S.O., of Belvedere House, co. West-
meath.

Only son of Capt. Kenneth Ho%vard-Bury, J.P. and
D.L., late R.A., of Hazelby House, Hampshire, who
d. 1885, by Ladv Emily Alfreda Julia, 3rd dau. of
Charles William" George, 3rd Earl of Charleville
(ext.) ; b. 1883. Capt. Howard-Bury, who was educated
at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a D.L.
for CO. Westmeath (was on the roll for High Sheriff



for 1920), Capt. 6th Batt., temp. Lieut.-Col. Coram.
9th (Service) Batt. and Lieut, ret., late King's R.
Rifle Corps, and is on the roll for High Sheriff of
King's Co. for 1920.— Belvedere House, Mtdlingar ;
Residence : Charleville Forest, Tullamore : Bath, and
Bachelors' Clubs, w.; Travellers' Club, s.w.

HOWARD - McLEAN, Lieat - Col. John
Robert, of Aston Hall, Shropshire.
Elder son of John Howard-McLean, Esq. (2nd son of
the late John McLean, Esq., of Duart House, Argyll-
shire)^ who d. 1887, by Helen Elizabeth, who d. 1907,
youngest dau. of the late John Howard, Esq., of Brereton
Hall, Cheshire ; 6. 1 859. Lieut.-Col. Howard-McLean,
who was educated at Shrewsbury School and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1883, M.A. 1886), and called
to the Bar at the Inner Temple, 1884, is a Magis-
trate for Shropshire, aud Lieut. Col. Territorial Force
Reserve ; late temp. Lieut.-Col. (previously Lieut -
Col. and Hon. Col. Comm.) 4th Batt. (The King's)
Shropshire L.I., V.D. ; appointed to the Staff 1917.—
Aston Hall, Shifnal, Shropshire; United University
Club, s.w.

HOWARD- VYSE, Lieut.-Col. Cecil, of Lang-
ton Hall, Malton, Yorkshire.

Elder surviving son of Lieut.-Gen. Edward Howard-
Vyse, J.P., Col. 3rd Hussars, of The Lawn, Witham,
Essex, who d.. 1909, by Mary, who d. 1915, 4th dau. of
the late Henry Robinson, Esq., of York, by Rosamond
■( who rf. 1881, having assumed with her issue the surname
of NorclifFe by royal license 1862), elder dau. of the
late Charles Best, Esq., M.D., of York, and niece and
heiress of the late Major-Gen. NorcliflTe Norcliffe,
K.H., of Langton Hall; h. 1872; .«. his aunt Ellen,
widow of Tatham Gwyn, Esq., 1916; 7n. 1899 Ethel
Maud Elsmie, only dau. of the late Major Frederick
Elsmie Hast, R.M.L.I., and has, with other issue, a son,
* Cecil Elsmie, educated at the R. Mil. Academy,
Woolwich ; h. 1901. Lieut.-Col. Howard-Vyse. who
was educated at Wellington Coll., is Lieut.-Col. R.G.A.,
Lord of the Manors of Langton, Eddlethorpe and
Westow, and joint Lord of the Manor of Howsham ;
has the Serbian Order of the White Eagle, 4th Class,
with Swords. — Langton Hall, near Malton, Yorkshire.

HOWARD-VYSE, Howard Henet, Esq., of
Stoke Place, Buckinghamshire.
Elder son of Col. Richard Henry Howard-Vyse,
M.P., of Stoke Place (who was High Sheriff of Bucks
1867, and d. 1872), by Julia Agnes, who d. 1863,
4th dau. of William, 1st Lord Hylton ; A. 1858; m. 1882
Mabel Diana, only dau. of the late Rev. Granville Sykes
Howard-Vyse, Rector of Bought on, Northamptonshire,
and has an only surviving son, *Richard Granville
Hyllon, C.M.G., D.S.O., Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col.
R. Horse Guards ; commanded a Brigade, with the
temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1918, and was temp.
Brigadier-Gen. Gen. Staff 1918-19; b. 1883. Mr.
Howard-Vyse is a J.P. and D.L. for Bucks, a D.L, for
Northamptonshire (High Sheriff 1887), and Patron of 4
livings ; late Lieut. R. Horse Guards. —Stoke Place,
Slough; Turf, Naval and Military, and Bachelors'
Clubs, w.

HOWE, Earl (Richard George Penn Cuezon,
G.C.V.O., F.Z.S.).— Cr. 1821.

Eldest son of Richard William Penn, 3rd Earl, by
Isabella Katharine, eldest dau. of the late Major-Gen.
the Hon. George An.wn ; b. 1861; s. 1900; m. 1883
Lady Georgiana EUzabeth Spencer-Churchill, a Lady
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, who d.
1906, 5th dau. of John Winston, 7th Duke of Marl-
borough. Earl Howe, who was educated at Eton and
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at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is a J.P. for Buckinghamshire,
President of the Council of the R. Albert Hall, Chair-
man of the Council of Queen Alexandra's House, Capt.
late Leicestershire Yeo., T.D., Hon. Commandant 2nd
Batt. Leicestershire Vol. Regt., Patron of 9 livings, a
Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Redeemer of
Greece, a Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour, and has
theGrand CordonoftheOrderofLeopoldof Belgium and
of the Order of Charles III. of Spain, the Grand Cross
of the Orders of St. Olaf of Norway, the White Eagle
of Poland, the Dannebrog of Denmark, and the Polar
Star of Sweden, and the Order of the Red Eagle of
Prussia, 1st Class ; was M.P. for S. Bucks 1885-1900,
Treasurer of the Household to Queen Victoria 1896-
1900, and a Lord-in Waiting to Queen A'ictoria 1900-1
and to King Edward VII. 1901-3 ; appointed Lord
Chamberlain to Queen Alexandra 1903. — Venn House,
Amersham ; Acton Place, Long Melford, Suffolk ; Wood-
lands, Uxbridge ; Carlton, Travellers', and Marlborough
Clubs, s.w. ; Bachelors', Turf, and Cavendish Clubs, w. ;
Constitutional Club, w.c. ; Curson House, and 34, Curzon
Street, Mayfair, w.

Heir, his son Francis Eiehard Henry Penn, Viscount
Curzon, Comm. R. Naval Vol. Reserve ; appointed Assistant
Gunnery Officer to H.M.S. Queen Elizabeth 1914 ; elected
M.P. for Battersea S. 1918 ; educated at Eton and at Oh.
Oh., Oxford ; b. 1884 ; m. 1907 Mary, only dau. of the late
Col. the Hon. Montagu Curzon, and has, with other issue, a
son, "Bdward Eiehard Assheton Penn, b. 1908.



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+ HOWELL, Charles Alexander, Esq., of
Ethy, Cornwall.
Son of Francis Howell, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Ethy,
who d. 1885, by Rhoda Hariot Caroline, eldest dau. of
the late Rev. Richard Biiller, M. A. , Rector of Lanreath,
Cornwall; b. 18 — ; s. his brother Francis BuUer
Howell, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 1918. Mr. Howell, who
was called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 1889, is
Patron of 2 livings. — Ethy, Lostwithicl, Cornwall; 70,
Elm Park Gardens, s.w.



HOWELL, Hbnet Williams Llotd, Esq., of
Glaspant, Carmarthenshire.
Only surviving son of Henry Williams Thomas Howell,
Esq., of GUspant, who d. 1901, by Joan Temperance
Beatrice Patricia, only dau. of the late Rev. William
Lloyd, J.P., Rector of Manardivy, Pembrokeshire ;
b. 1872, — Glaspant, Newcastle Enilyn.

HOWELL, Joseph Matthew, Esq., of Brynglas,
Montgomeryshire.
Eldest son of David Howell, Esq., of Craig-y-don,
Merionethshire, who d. 1890, by Isabella Jane, who d.
1908, dau. of the late Matthew Evan Lewis, Esq., of
Brynglas; b. 1861. Mr. Howell, who was educated at
Shrewsbury School, and was formerly Capt. 5th Vol.
Batt. S. Wales Borderers, is a J.P. and D.L. for
Merionethshire (was on the roll for High Sheriff for
1913) and a J.P. for Montgomeryshire (was on the roll
for High Sheriff for 1907).— £r^»yMs, Llanfair-
caereinion, Montgomeryshire ; Isthmian Club, w. ;
Wellington, and Banelagh Clubs, s.w.

HOWELL. See Trappes-Lomax.

HOWLAND, Lady.

Elizabeth Mary Rattray, dau. of ; to. 1st 18—

James Bethune, Esq., Q.C., who d. 18-; 2ndly 1895,
as his 3rd wife, the Hon. Sir William PearceHowland,
K.C.M.G., C.B., a Privy Councillor for Canada, who
was Finance Minister 1862-3 ; Receiver-Gen. 1863-4 ;
Postmaster-Gen. 1864-6 ; again Finance Minister
688



1866-7; Minister of InlandRpvenue 1867-8, and Lieut.-
Gov. of Ontario 1868-73, and who was cr. K.C.M.G.
1879 and d. 1907.— 2i, Isabella Street, Toronto, Canada.

HO WORTH, Sir Henry Hotle, K.C.I.E.— Cr.
1892.

Only son of the late Henry Howorth, Merchant, of
Lisbon, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late James Beswick,
Esq., of Smallbridge, Lancashire; b. 1842; m. 1869
Katharine, dau. of the late J. P. Brierley, Esq., of
Liuriston, Rochdale. Sir Henry Howorth, who was
educated at Rossall School, and called to the Bar at
the Inner Temple 1867, is a J.P. for Lancashire,
F.R.S., F.S.A., D.G.L., a Trustee of the British
Museum, and a well-known historian and biographer ;
was M.P. for Salford S. 1886-1900. — Carton, and
Athenaum Clubs, s.w. ; 45, Lexham Gardens, w.

HOWSE, Major-Gen. Sir Neville Reginald,
V.C, K.C.B., K.C.M.G.— Cr. K.C.B. 1917,
K.C.M.G. 1919.

Second surviving son of Alfred Howse, Esq., M.R.C.S.,
of Stoke Courcy, Somerset, who d. 1888, by Lucy
Elizabeth, who d. 1912, 3rd dau. of the late John
Hugh Claudius Beresford Conroy, Esq., of Rosevale,
Raheny, CO. Dublin; b. 1864; ?«. 1905 Evelyn North-
cote, elder dau. of George de Vial Pilcher, Esq., of
Newstead. Orange, N.S.W. Sir Neville Howse, who
was educated at FuUands, Taunton, and at the London
Hospital (M.R.C.g. 1885, L.R.C.P. 1886, F.R.C.S.
1897), is Major-Gen. Australian Medical Corps and a
Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ;
wasHouse Surgeon London Hospital 1896-7 ; Principal
Medical Officer to the Australian Naval and Mil.
Expedition to German New Guinea and Pacific Islands
1914, and Assistant Director of Medical Services with
Australian Forces at the Dardanelles 1916; appointed
a Director of Medical Services 1916. — Orange, Next)
South Wafes, Australia.

HOWSE, Alice Elinor, Lady.

Third dau. of the Rev. Thomas Lethbridge Marshall,
of Swiss Cottage, Exeter; m. 1881 Sir Henry Green-
way Howse, M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S. Hon. D.Sc, Con-
sulting Surgeon to Guy's Hospital, and to the Evelina
Hospital for Sick Children, who was President of the
R. Coll. of Surgeons 1901-3, and wlio was cr. Knt.
1902 and (i. 1914.

HOWTH, Earl of (ext.). See Gaisford-St. Law-
rence.

HOY, Selena, Lady.

Dau. of George Hargraves, Esq.; m. 1882, as his
2nd wife. Sir James Hoy, LL.D., a J.P. and Aid.
of Manchester (Lord Mayor 1902), who was cr. Knt.
1902 and rf. 1908.

HOY, Sir William Wilson, Knt., C.B.— Cr.
1916.

Eldest son of Robert Hoy, Esq., of Arnot Mill, Scotland,
by Mary, who d. 1915, 2nd dau. of the late William
Wilson, Esq., of Hole Kettle ; b. 1868 ; ?». 1901 Ger-
trude Mildred, only dau. of the late Sir Thomas Rees
Price, K.C.M.G., of Pretoria, S. Africa. Sir William
Hoy was in the service of the N. British Railway Co.
before proceeding to S. Africa, where he has filled
many important positions in the Railway Service; at
the time of the Union of the Colonies in S. Africa
he occupied the post of Assistant Gen. Manager of the
Central S. African Railways, and has been Gen.
Manager of Railways and Harbours, Union of S.
Africa, since 1910; appointed Director of Mil. Rail-
ways, with the rank of Col., \Hi.— South African



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liailwaiis, Johamieahurff, Dransvaal, S. Africa ; South
African Raihcat/s, CapetvuKt, S. Africa ; Ratid Club,
Johanncshitrij ; Pretoria Club, Pretoria ; Civil Service,
and C'iti/ Clubs, Capetown.

HOTLAND, Clement Edward, Esq., of Stock
Park, Lancashire.
Eldest and only surviving son of the Rpv. John
Huyhind, M.A., of Brierley Hiill, Yorkshire, who d.
1910, by Mary Anne, who d. 1916, dau. of tlie late
John Cordenx, Esq., of Darfield, Yorkshire ; h. 1869;
m. 1894 Louisa Eddie, dau. of the late James Fraser,
Esq., of Forres, Elginshire, and had a son, John
Fraser, Lieut, and temp. Capt. Lancashire Fusiliers ;
b. 1895, and killed in action 1916. Mr. Hoyland,
wlio was educated at Uppingham and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge, was formerly Capt. Territorial
Force Reserve and previously Lieut. 2nd Vol. Batt.
York and Lancaster Regt. — Stock Park, Ulvcrston,
Lancashire.

HOZTER, Lady Henrietta Blanche.

Eldest dau. of William Graham Drummond, 7th Earl
of Airlio, K.T., who d. 1881, by the Hon. Henrietta
Blanche, 2nd dau. of Edward John, 2nd Lord Stanley
of Alderley ; m. 1878 Sir Henry Montague Hozier, who
formerly served in the R.A., the 2nd Life Guards, and
the 3rd Dragoon Guards, was Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col.
late Comm. 3rd Kent R.G.A. Volunteers, V.D., a Knight
of the Iron Cross of Germany, and Secretary of Lloyd's
1876-1904, and who was cr.'K.C.B. 1903 and d. 1907.
— 41, Jiloomfidd Terrace, s.w.

HOZIER. See Newlands, Lord.

HUBBARD. See Adding/on.

HUBBERSTY, Henry Alfred, Esq., of Bnr-
bage Hall, Derbyshire.

Youngest son of the Rev. Nathan Hubbersty, M.A., of
Wirksworth, Derbyshire, who d. 1881, by Margaret
Emma, dau. of the late Richard Hurt, Esq., of Wirks-
worth ; b. 1841 ; m. 1872 Frances Augusta, only dau.
of the late Philip Hubbersty, Esq., of Wirksworth.
Mr. Hubbersty is a J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. for Derby-
shire (High Sheriff \9l6).—JBurbaffe Hall, Buxton.

HUBBERSTY. See Cantrell-HtMersty.

HUDDLESTON, Dents Alexander LAW-
LOR-, Esq., of Sawston Hall, Cambridge-
shire.
Elder son of Denis Shyne-Lawlor, Esq., of Castle
Lough, CO. Kerry, who d. 1887, by his 1st wife Isabella,
who d. 1867, 2nd dau. of the late Edward Huddleston,
E.sq., of Sawston Hall; b. 1845 ; s. his uncle Ferdinand
Huddleston, Esq., J. P. and D.L., 1890, and assumed
the surname of Lawlor-Huddleston by royal license
1891; m. 1897 Alexandrina I., youngest dau. of the late
Hon. Alexander Keith, of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Mr.
Lawlor-Huddleston, who was formerly Lieut. 13th
(Somersetshire) L.I., is a J.P. and C. Aid. for Cam-
bridgeshire (was on the roll for High Sheriff of co.
Kerry for 1876) and temp. Capt. (2nd in Command)
2nd Batt. Cambridgeshire Vol. Regt. — Sawston Hall,
Cambridgeshire; Boodle's Club, s.w. ,

HUDDLESTON, Mrs., of Upwell Hall, Cam-
bridgeshire.
Emily Henrietta, only dau. of the Right Hon. William
Nathaniel Massey, who d. 1881, by Frances Carleton,
dau. of the late Rev. John and the Hon. Mrs. Ord



m. 1865 Lieut.-Col. George Croft Huddleston, lato
13th Hussars, of Upwell Hall, who d. 189G. -Resi-
dence : Llwynderw, Welshpool.

HUDLESTON, Ferdinand, Esq., of Hutton
John, Cumberland.
Second son of William Hudleston, Esq., C.S.I., of
Hutton John, who d. 1894, by Laura Henrietta, who
d. 1917, dau.of the late George Ledwell Taylor, Esq. ;
b. 1857 ; s. his brother Andrew John Hudleston, Esq.,
Chief Engineer of the Southern Mahratta Railway,
India, 1912 ; m. 1893 Alice Margaret Caroline, 2nd dau.
of the late Major Herbert Champion Roberts, Madras
Staff Corps, and has, with other issue, a son, *Nigel
Ferdinand, b. 1901. Mr. Hudleston is a J.P. for Cum-
berland.— ff««o?2 John, Penrith, Cumberland; St.
Stephen's Club, s.w.



HUDSON, Eao.ENiA, Lady.

Dau. of ; m. 1st Signor Vanotti ; 2ndly 1885 Sir

James Hud.son, Ambassador at Turin, who was cr.
K.C.B. 1855, G.C.B. 1863, and d. 1885.

HUDSON, Sir Robert Arundell, G.B.E.—
Cr. Knt. 1906, G.B.E. 1918.

Eldest son of Robert Hudson, Esq., of Lapworth, War-
wickshire, who d. 1898, by Jessie, youngest dau. of the
late John Kynoch, Esq., of Peterhead, Aberdeenshire ;
b. 1864; ?H. 1889 Ada, who (?. 1895. youngest dau. of the
late Henry Haramerton, Esq., of Coventry. Sir Robert
Hudson, who was educated at Stratford-on-Avon and
Ludlow Grammar Schools, is a Magistrate for Suffolk
and for the co. of London, and has been Secretary of the
National Liberal Federation since 1893, and Hon.
. Secretary of the Liberal Central Association since
1895, and is (by virtue of those offices) Chief Agent of
the Liberal Party ; has been Chairman of the Joint
Finance Committee of the British Red Cross Society
and the Order of St. John of Jerusalem since the out-
break of war. — Beach House, Felixstowe, Suffolk ;
Union, and National Liberal Clubs, s.w. ; 13, Dean's
Yard, Westminster Abbey, s.w. ; i2,Parliament Street, s.w.

HUDSON, Isabel Muir, Lady.

Dau. of the late Major-Gen. Charles Frederick Have-
lock; m. 1859 Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Hudson, who was
cr. K.C.B. 1885, and d. 1893.— 26, Rossetti Garden
Mansions, Chelsea, s.w.

HUDSON, Lieut-Gen. Sir Havelook, K.C.B.,
CLE.— Cr. 1918.
Eldest son of Lieut.-Gen. Sir .John Hudson, K.C.B., who
d. 1893, by Isabel Muir, dau. of the late Major-Gen.
Charles Frederick Havelock; b. 1862 ; m. 1901 Kate,
O.B.E.. dau. of the late Major James Hawkins, formerly
Shropshire L.I. Sir Havelock Hudson, who was
educated at Reading, is a Lieut.-Gen. Indian Army;
was D.A.a.M.G. 2nd Brigade, N.W. Frontier of India
Expedition, 1897-8; D.A.A.G. Punjab 1895-1900;
D.A.Q.M.G. Mohmand Field Force 1897, India 1900,
and China Expedition 1900-1 ; A.A.G. 2nd Div., W.
Command, India, 1907-9 ; a Gen. StaffOfficer in India
1910-12; Commandant Cav. School, India, 1912;
Brigadier-Gen. Gen. Staff in India 1912-15, and in
command of 8th Div. in France 1915-17; appointed
Adjutant-Gen. in India 1917— Sim^a, India; United
Service Club, s.w.

HUDSON, Alice, Lady.

Dau. of the late James Lamb, Esq., of Keusington ; m.
1867 Sir William Brereton Hudson, who was Lieut.-
Col. Commandant Behar Light Horse 1881-94 ; a
Member of the Indian Public Service Commission
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1886-9, and Hon. A.D.C. to the Viceroy of India
1891-+, and who was cr. K.C.I.E. 1893, and d.
1914. — 25, Castletown Road, W. Kensington, w.

HUDSON, Lieut.-Col. Alfred Henry, of Wick
House, Worcestershire.
Only son of Alfred Ricketts Hudson, Esq., of Wick
House, who d. 1908, by Caroline Elizabeth, who d.
1909, dau. of the late Edmund Wells Oldaker, Esq., of
Norton Green Hall, Staffordshire; b. 1850; m. 1872
Lydia Ellen, dau. of the late William Bagnall, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of Hamstead Hall, Handsworth, and
has, with other issue, Alfred Harry Burnel (eldest
son), 4. 1875 ; and * William Warren (2nd son), temp.
Major 11th (Service) Batt. Worcehtershire Regt. ; b.
1876. Lieut.-Col. Hudson, who was educated at
Rugby and at Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1872), is a J.P.
for Worcestershire (High Sherift 1918), an Hon.
Lieut.-Col. in the Army, Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col.
ret., late 6th Batt. Worcestershire Regt., temp. Lieut.-
Col. and Go. Commandant Worcestershire Vol. Regt.
and Lord of the Manors of Wyke Burnel and Wyke
Warren. — Wick House, Pershore, Worcestershire;
Junior Carlton Club, s.w.

HUDSON, John Thomas, Esq., of Helvick
House, CO. Waterford.
Eldest son of Richard Garde Hudson, Esq., J. P., of
Ballyeoe, co. Waterford, who d. 1883, by Mary, who
d. 1906, onlv dau. of the late Phineas Hunt, Esq., of
Bayview, co". Waterford; b. 1850; m. 1885 Theresa
May, dau. of Capt. Francis Gee, late 17th Regt., and
has, with other issue, a son, * Richard John Harring-
ton, *. 1SS9.— Helvick House, Ring, co. Waterford; 31,
Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin.

HUDSON, Mrs. FRITH-, of Ashton House,
Westmorland.
Jennet Frances, only dau. and heiress of John Yeats
Thexton, Esq., J.P. andD.L.,of Ashton House, who d.
1859, by Isabella, dau. and heiress of the late Rev.
John Hudson, Vicar of Kendal, Westmorland ; m. 1878
Charles Frith-Hudson, Esq., a J.P. for Westmorland,
who assumed the additional surname of Hudson 1878
under the will of his wife's maternal grandfather, and
who d. 1918. — Ashton House, Beetham, near Milnthorpe.

HUDSON, Capt. Rowland, of Belmont
House, CO. Westiueath.
Only surviving son of William Brereton Hudson, Esq.,
of Toberdony, co. Louth, who i^. 1879, by Catharine,
who d. 1886, dau. of the late T. J. Larken, Esq., of
Dublin; b. 1854; ?«. 1883 Elizabeth, 4ih dau. of the
late T. Barclay, Esq., of Skelbo Castle, Sutherland,
and has a son, * Brereton Rowland, Capt. 8th Cav.,
Indian Armv ; educated at Marlborough ; b. 1884 ; m.
1917 Gladys Sybil, dau. of the late T. T. Whitehurst,
Esq., Beaudesert Park, Warwickshire, and widow of
Capt. Robin Dunlop, 27th Cav., Indian Army. Capt.
Hudson, who was formerly Capt. Behar Light Horse,
Indian Ax'my, is a Grand Juror of co. Westmeath


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