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Belmont House, MuUin^ar, co. Wcslmmlh; Hibernian
United Service Club, Dublin.

HUDSON. See Donaldson-Hudson.

HUDSON-KINAHAN. See Kinahan.

HUGESSEN. See Brahoumc.

HUGGINSON, Mrs., of Rumaldkirk, York-
shire.
Mary, eldest dau. of John Nicholson Kipling, Esq. ;
m. 1873 Robert Anthony Hugginson, Esq., of Romald-
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kirk, who was a J.P. for the N. Riding of Yorkshire,
formerly Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. 3rd Batt. Durham
L.I., and who d. 1903, leaving a dau., * Mary Edene ;
m. 1 901 Percy Leonard Addison, Esq., F.G.S., an Assoc.
M.I.C.E., of Park House, Bigrigg, Cumberland, who
d. 1906. — Eomaldkirk, near Darlington.

HUGHAN. See Henniker-Hughan.

+ HUGHES, the Right Hon. William
MoEEis, LL.D., D.C.L.

B. 1864 ; m. 1886 — , dau. of ., Esq.

Mr. Hughes, who was educated at Llandudno Grammar
School and at St. Stephen's Church of England School,
Westminster, of which he was formerly a Pupil Teacher
(Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Birmingham
1916, and Wales 1918,'Hon.D.C.L. Oxford 1916), called
to the Bar of N.S.W. 1903, elected an Hon. Bencher
of Gray's Inn 1916, and appointed a K.C. 1919,
is a Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour, was a
Member of the N.S.W. Parliament 1894-1901 and
has been of the Federal Parliament of Australia since
1901 ; was Minister for External Affairs, Common-
wealth of Australia, 1904; Delegate to the Imperial
Navigation Conference 1907; Attorney-Gen. 1908-9,
1910-13 and 1914-15; a Member of the Imperial
War Conferences in London 1917 and 1918, and a
Delegate of Australia at the Peace Conference 1919,
and has been Prime Minister and Attorney-Gen. since
1915. — Kew, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

HUGHES, Sir (Alfred) Collingwood, Bart.,
of The Lodge, East Bergholt, Suffolk.— Cr.
1773.

Eldest surviving son of Sir Alfred Hughes, 9th Bart.,
by Maria, who d. 1913, eldest dau. of the late Col.
John Smith, of EUingham Hall, Norfolk; b. 1854; s.
1898; m. 1880 Elsie, dau. of John Johnasson, Esq.
Sir Collingwood Hughes is temp. Capt. (2nd in
Command) 4th Batt. Suffolk Vol. Begt. — The Lodge,
East Bergholt, Suffolk. Residence: Norman Court,
Southsea ; Windham Club, s.w. ; R. Albert Yacht Club,
Southsea.

Ht'ir, bis son Reginald Jobnasson, educated at Trinity Coll.
Cambridge ; b. 1882.

HUGHES, Mart Agnes Winwood, Lady.

Ehler dau. of Sir William Smith, 3rd Bart., of Eardiston,
Worcestershire, who d. 1893, by Susan, who d. 1892,
4th dau. of Sir William Giurge Parker, 2nd Bart. ; m.
1st 1881, as 2nd wife, the Kev. Sir Thomas Collingwood
Hughes, 8th Bart., who d. 1889; 2ndly 1890 Robert
Halliday Gunning. Esq., M.D., LL.D., who d. 1900.—
Shelsley Grunge, Worcester; 8, Kendiigton Court
Gardens, w.

HUGHES, Georgiana Marla, Lady.

Third dau. of the Ven. William John Phillpotts, Arch-
deacon of Cornwall, who d. 1888, by Louisa, 8th dau.
of the late James BuUer, Esq., of Downes, Devonshire ;
m. 1876 as his 2nd wife, Sir William Templer Hughes,
a Gen. Indian Stall Corps, and a J.P. for Devonshire,
who was cr. K.C.B. 1891, and d. ]S97.—Larkbcare
House, Otlery St. Mary, Dcvomhire.

HUGHES, Lieut.-Gen. the Hon. Sir Samoel,
K.C.B.— Cr. 1915.

Son of the fate John Hughes, Esq., of Tyrone, by
Caroline Laughliu ; b. 1853; m. 1st 1872 Carohne J.,
who d. 187-, dau. of the late Major Preston, of Van-
couver, British Columbia; 2ndly 1875 Mary, dau. of
H. W. Burk, Esq., of W. Durham. Sir Samuel
Hughes, who was educated at Public School, Toronto
Model and Normal Schools and at Toronto Univ., was



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THE UNITED KESTGDOM.



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formerly Lecturer in English History, Litei-ature and
History in Toronto Collegiate Institute, Editor of' The
Lindsay Warder,' of which he is Proprietor, 1885-97,
and President of the Small Arms Committee, Canada,
and of the Canadian Rifle Association ; is an Hon.
Lient.-Gen. in the Army, a Major-Gen. Canadian
Mililia, late Lieut.-Col. Comm. 4.5th Batt. Canadian
Militia, and Chairman of the Board of Visitors of the
B. Mil. Coll., Knigston, Canada ; has been a Member
of the House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada
since 1892 and a Privy Councillor of Canada since
1911, and was Minister of Militia and Defence 19 11-16.
— Lindsay, Ontario, Canada; Hideaic, Country, and
Hunt Clubs, Ottawa.



HUGHES, Theodosia, Lady.

Elder dau. of Edward James, Esq., of Swarland Park,
Northumberland, who d. 1874, by Annie Finlay ; m.
1871 as 2nd wife Sir Frederic Hughes, of Eosslare
Fort, CO. Wexford, a J.P. and D.L. for co. Wexford
■ (High Sheriff 1888), who was cr. Knt. 1858, and d.
1895, and has, with other issue, Frederic James Robert
{whom see). — Bally-Cross, Bridgetown, co. Wexford.

HUGHES, Sir Thomas, Knt.— Cr. 1898.

Eldest son of Thomas Hughes, of Liverpool, by Ellen,
dau. of John Thomas, of Liverpool ; b. 1838 ; m. 1866
Catherine, dau. of John Stott, of Liverpool. Educated
at Liverpool Institute; was Mayor of Liverpool 1890,
Lord Mayor of Liverpool 1897, is a J.P. for Liverpool.
— SpHtigwood, Linnet Lane, Liverpool ; Constitutional
Club, W.c. ; Conservative Club, Liverpool.

HUGHES, Mart Adele Elliott, Lady.

Dan. of the late George Miller Gibbs, Esq. ; m. 1889,
as his 3rd wife, Sir Edwin Hughes, who was admitted
a Solicitor 1860; was formerly a Member of the London
School Bo.ard, of the Metropolitan Board of Works,
and of the London C.C. ; was 1st Mayor of Woolwich
1900 ; Hon. Col of, and formerly commanded, 2nd
Kent R.G.A. Volunteers, V.D., and M'.P. for Woolwich
1885-1902, and who was cr. Knt. 1902, and d. 1904.
— Sherwood, Sidcup, Kent.

HUGHES, Sir Walter Charleton, Knt.,
CLE.— Cr. 190(3.

Third sou of John D'LIi-l.an llni;lits, E.sq., who d.
1874; 6.1850; m. ISS'J i:v.lvii I-;ilirl Rose, eldest
dau. of the late Col. llimy Si,|.|mi Hutchinson,
Indian Staff Corps. Sir Walter lluglus, who was edu-
cated at King's Coll., Loialou, of whiuU he is a Fellow,
entered the Public Works Department, Bombay, 1868,
and was Secretary to the Government 1887-92, Chair-
man of the Bombay Port Trust 1892-8, re-appointed
1900; Chairman of the Bombay Improvement Trust
1898-1900, and an Additional Member of the Legis-
lative Councilof Bombay 1897-1903, and 1904-10 —
Bycidla, and li. Bombay Yacht Clubs, Bombay; 41,1
Madeley Road, Ealing, w.



HUGHES, the Hon. Sir Thomas, Knt.- Cr.
1915.
Second son of John Hughes, Esq., J.P., Knight Com-
mander of the Order of St. Gregory, of Sydney,
N.S.W., who d. 188S, by Susan, who d. 1907,
youngest dau. of the late John Sharkey, Esq., of
Sydney; b. 1863; m. 1887 Louisa, 2nd dau. of the
late Dr. James Charies Gilhooley, of Sydney. Sir
Thomas Hughes, who was educated at Stonyhurst
and at London Univ., and admitted a Solicitor 1887,
is a Kniglit Commander of the Order of St. Gregory,
and Otlicier de I'lnstruction publique de France ; was
Lord Mayor of Sydney 1902, 1903, 1907 and 1908



and has been M.L.C. of N.S.W. since 1908.— 26,
Hunter Street, Sydney, New South Wales ; Australian.
Club, Sydiiey.

HUGHES, Sir Thomas John, Knt.— Cr
19 IG.

Eldest son of Thomas Hughes, Esq., of Bridgend,
Glamorganshire, who d. 1864, by Catherine, youngest
dau. of the late William Yorath, E.sq., of Waterton,
Glamorganshire; h. 1863; m. 1891 Phyllis May, O.B.E.,
2nd dau. of James Fisher Edisbury, Esq., of Bersham
Hall, Denbighshire. Sir Thomas Hughe.i, who was
educated at Mill Hill School, was a Solicitor 1885-
1911; Chairman of Glamorgan (Bridgend) County
Schools 1896-1911; Vice Chairman of the Glamor-
ganshire C.C. 1902-11, and a Member of the
Ghunorgan Education Committee 1903-1911, and has
been Chairman of the National Health Insurance
Commission (W,iles) since 1911; is a J.P. for
Glamorgan and a Member of the Departmental Com-
mittees on Imperial Local Taxation and Liquor Trade
Finance.— C'i^y Hall, Cardiff; R. Automobile, and
National Liberal Clubs, s.w.

HUGHES, Edwin, Esq., of Dalclioolin, co.
Down.

Eldest surviving son of Thomas Hughes, Esq., of The
Bush, CO. Antrim, who d. 188.5, by Catherine, who d.
1893, dau. of the late Robert Dalzell, Esq.; b. 1851 ;
m. 1886 Emma Sophia, dau. of Henry Perry Rhodes,
Esq., and has, with other issue, an only son, * Thomas
William Gillilan Johnson, Capt. N. Irish Horse ,
Palled to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 1914 ; edu-
caud at Arnold House, at Cheltenham Coll., and
at Pembroke Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1911); b. 1889.
Mr. Hughes, who was educated at Queen's Coll.,
Belfast (B.A. 1872), and admitted a Solicitor in 1875
and has since retired from the profession, is a
J.P. and D.L. forco. Down (High Sheriff 1903), and was
High Sheriff of CO. Roscommon 1893. — Dalchoulin,
Craigavad, co. Down; Kildare Street Club, Dublin;
Ulster, and Union Clubs, Belfast.

HUGHES, Frederic James Robert, Esq., of
Rosslare Fort, and Bally-Cross, co. Wex-
ford.
Eldest son of Sir Frederic Hughes, J.P. and D.L., of
Rosslare Fort, who ■! .'Mi 1 'J ;i;, Iriiving, with other issue,
a sou, uiiv.r {till,,,,, ,Mtj. — Colliton House, Bor-
cliestir ; Liiffyan, and Balkissock, Ballantrae, Ayrshire.

HUGHES-ONSLOW, Capt. Oliver, of The
Learn, co. Durham.

Eldest son of Major Denzil Hughes-Onslow, of The
Leam, and of Balkissock, Ayrshire, temp. Major 6th
(Service) Batt. and Capt. and Hon. Major late 3rd
Batt., previously Capt., Dorsetshire Regt., who d. (killed
in action) 1916, bv Marion, only dau. of the late George
Oliver, Esq., of Laggan. Ayrshire; b. 1893; »». 1916
Helen Ruth, dau. of the Rev. George Dods, B.D.,
Minister of the parish of Barr, Ayrshire, and has
a dau., Virginia Ruth Primrose. Capt. Hughes-
Onslow, who was educated at Eton and at the R. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst, is Capt. h.p. Irish Guards. — The Leam,
Durham; Guards', and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ;
Buth Club, w.

HULETT, the Hon. Sir James Liege, Knt.—
Cr. 1902.
Son of the late James Liege Hulett, of Gillingham,
Kent, and Natal; 4. 1838: m. 1860 Mary Ann, dau.
.,f B. Balcorab, of Umhlali, Natal. Sir James Hulett
is a J.P. for Natal, and Managing Director of Sir
J . L. Hulett & Sons Ltd., Tea and Sugar Planters ;
was formerly M.L.A. of Natal, Minister for Native
Affairs 1897-9, and Speaker of the Legislative
Assembly 1899-1902, and has been a Senator in the
First Parliament of the Union of S. Africa since 1910.
— The Manor House, Durban, Natal, South Africa.



HULKES, Cecil James Gladdish, Esq., of Pet-
tyns Court, and Little Hermitage, Kent.
Only son of James Hulkes, Esq., of Little Hermitage,
who (/. 1901, by Emma Sarah, youngest dau. of tlie
late Laurence Holker AVinckworth, Esq., of Welling,
Kent; 4. 1863; m. 1889 Catherine Mary Elizabeth,
elder dau. of the late John Morton Toler, Esq., of
Saltersford Hall, Cheshire, and has 3 daus. Mr.
Hulkes, who was educated at Charterhouse and at Ch.
Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1885), isa J.P. and C. Aid. for Kent.
— Residence : Hadtow Place, near Tcmhridge.

HULL, Major-Gen. Sir Charles Patrick
Amyatt, K.C.B.— Cr. 1918.

Son of the late H. C. Hull, Esq., Barrister-at-Law ; b.
1865; ?«. 1901 Muriel, dau. of the late R. R. Dobell,
Esq., of Quebec, Canada. Sir Charles Hull, who was
educated at Charterhouse and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge, is a Major-Gen. late Middlesex Regt. ; was
A.D.C. to the Viceroy of India, 1895-6 ; in command
of a Brigade 1914-16 and temp. Major.Gen. 1916-17 ;
appointed to command Wessex Div., T.E., 1919 ; has
the Russian Order of St. Vladimir, 4th Class, with
Swords, and the French Croix de Guerre. — Sural and
Military Club, w.

HULSE, the Hon. Lady, of Breamore House,
Hampshire.

Edith M:iud Webster, only dau. of Edward, 1st Lord
Burnham, who d. 1916, by Harriette Georgiana, who
d. 1897, only dau. of the late Benjamin Nottingham
Webster, Esq., of Peny-y-craig, Denbighshire ; m.
1888 Sir Edward Henry Hulse, 6th Bart., of Breamore
House, who d. 1903, leaving an only son, Edward
Hamilton Westrow, 7th Bart., Lieut, and temp. Capt.
Scots Guards, who was killed in action 1915.—
Breamore House, Salisbury.

HULSE, Sir Hamilton (John), Bart. — Cr.
1738-9.

Youngest son of Sir Edward Hulse, 5th Bart., who d.
1899, by Katharine Jane, only child of the late Very
Rev. Henry Parr Hamilton, Dean of Salisbury ; b.
1864; s. his nephew Sir Edward Hamilton Westrow
Hulse, 7th Bart., Lieut, and temp. Capt. Scots Guards,
who was killed in action, 1915; m. 1908 Estelle
Leonore, dau. of the late William Lorilhird Campbell,
Esq., of New York. U.S.A., and widow of S H. Camp-
bell, Esq., of New York. Sir Hamilton Hulse, who
was educated at Harrow and at Balliol Coll., Oxford,
and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1889, is
a Magistrate for Hampshire. — Brent House, Pont Street,
s.w.; Bachelors' Club, w. ; Garrick Club, w.c.
Heir, his son Hamilton Westrow, b. 1000.

HULTON, Sir William Rothwell, Bart., of
Hulton Park, Lancashire. — Cr. 1905.

Eldest son of Sir William Wilbraham Blethyn
Hulton, 1st Bart., by his 1st wife Sarah Matilda,
who d. 1873, only dau. of Ralph Rothwell, Esq., of
Ribbletnn House, Lancashire ; h. 1868 ; s. 1907 ; m.
1890 Ethel Marguerite, 3rd dau. of the late Edward
Sotheron Richmond-Gale-Braddyll, Esq., of Southport,
Lancashire. Sir William Hulton, whi> was educated
at Harrow and at Clare Coll , Cambridge (B.A. 1890),
is a Magistrate for Lancasbirc. Unit,.,, Park, near

Eolto7i, Lancashire : ■/ '- ' ' ."■-

Heir, his son Rou, r \:. , . I '1^ the Hon.

Marjorie Evelyn 1 ' 'i



Rev. Willia



Mout-



-f HULTON, Sir Edward, Bart. — Cr. 1919.
B. 18—. Sir Edward Hulton is a Newspaper Pro-
prietor.— 51, Great Cumberland Place, w.



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF



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HULTON, Margaret Ltjct, Lady.

Third dau. of Col. William Assheton Cross, J.P. and
D.L., of Red Scar, Lancashirp, who d. 188,3, by
Katherine Matilda, who rf. 1871, 4th dau. of the late
Charles Winn., Esq., of Nostell Priory, Yorkshire;!
m. 1879, as his 2nd wife, Sir William AVilbraham 1
Blethyn Hulton. 1st Bart, who d. 1907.— Ckesierion
House, Bridgnorth.

IITJLTOX, the Eev. Henry Edward.

Eldest son of William Adam Hulton, Esq., of Hurst
Grange, Lancashire, a County Court Judge, who d.
1887, by Dorothy Anne, youngest dau. of the late
Edward Gorst, Esq., of Preston ; b. 1839. Educated
at Cheltenham and at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1862, M.A. 1864) ; is Hon. Canon of Chelmsford, and
was Vicar of Great Waltham, Essex, 1876-1906,
Eural Dean of Chelmsford 1886-1913, and Hon. Canon
of St. Albans IMO-U.—Boreham Manor, Chelmsford;
New University/ Cluh, s.w.

HULTON-HARROP, Hugh David Montagu,
Esq., of Bardsley, Lancashire ; and of
Lythwood Hall, and Gatten, Shropshire.
Elder son of Hugh de Lacy Hulton-Harrop, Esq.,
Lieut. Keserre of OfEeers, attached to 1 st Life Guards,
late Lieut. 5th Lancers, who d. (killed in action) 1915,
by Delitia Mary, youngestdau. of the late Rev. William
Hulton, of Watlington. Oxfordshire; h. 191)5; s. his
grandfather William Edward Montagu Hulton-Harrop,
■ Esq., J.P. and D.L., \9\Q.— Lythwood Hall, Shrews-
bury.



HUMBLE, Bart. See mtgent.

HUMBLE-CROFTS, Mrs., of Dnmpton Park,
Kent.
Bridget, younger dau. and co-heiress of the Rey. Taylor
White. Vicar of Norton Cuckney, Notts, who d.. 1853,
by his 2nd wife Charlotte Bates, who d. 1887, only
child of tlie late Robert. Crofts. Esq., of Dum] ton Park ;
m. 1876 the Rev. William John Hum


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