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. Thomas
Fraser Dixon, formerly 39th Regt. ; ?n. 1886 Col.
William Raymond Inglis, of Rickling Hall, and The
Lee, and of Druimuan House, Major Reserve of Officers,
Major ret., late Norfolk Regt., Lieut.-Col. and Hon.
Col. ret., late Comm. 3rd Batt. Connaught Rangers,
and temp. Lieut.-Col. Comm. a Service Batt. E.



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Fusiliers, previously Comm. (1914-15) 10th (."Service)
Batt. The Queen's (R.W. Surrey Regt.), who d. on
service 1916, leaving, with other issue, an only surviving
son, Thomas Archibald, Capt. Indian Army Reserve
of Officers; late Lieut. Middlesex Regt.; b. 1890.—
Druimuan House, Killiecrankie, Perthshire.



INGLIS-JONES, WiLMOT Inglis, Esq., of
i Derry-Ormond, Cardiganshire.

Only surviving son of John Inglis Jones, Esq., J.P.
and b.L., of Derry-Ormond, who d. 1879, by Lady
Elizabeth Mallet, elder dau. of Ernest Augustus, 4th
Earl of Lisburne; b. 1868; m. 1897 Eva' Winifred
Selina, 2nd dau. of the late Alfred David Ker, Esq.
of Montalto and Portavo, co. Down, and has, with
other issue, a son, * John Alfred Inglis, Lieut. Grenadier
Guards ; educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; b.
1898. Mr. Inglis-Jones, who was educated at Harrow,
and assumed the prefix surname of Inglis by deed poll
1898, is a J.P. and D.L. for Cardiganshire (High
Sheriff l%'i\).~Derry-Ormond, Cardiganshire.

INGRAM, Sir William James, Bart., of S wines-
head Abbey, Lincolnshire. — Cr. 1893.
Eldest surviving son of Herbert Ingram, Esq., D.L., of
Swineshead, who d. 1860, by Anne (who d. 1896, having
m. 2ndly 1892 as 2nd wife Sir Edward William Watkin,
1st Bart., who d. 1901), dau. of the late William Little,
Esq.; b. 1847; m. 1874 Mary Eliza Collingwood, eldest
dau. of the late Hon. Edward Stirling. Sir William
Ingram, who was educated at Winchester and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1871), and called to
the Bar at the Inner Temple 1873, is a J.P. for Surrey
and for the Cinque Ports; was M.P. for Boston 1874-
80, 1858-6, and 1892-5. — Swineshead Abbey, Lincoln-
shire; The Bungalow, Westgate-on-Sea; Reform Club,
s.w. ; 65, Cromwell Road, s.w.

Heir, his son Herbert, late Capt. H. East Kent Teo. Cav. ;
educated at Winchester and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1897); 4. 1875; m. 1908 Hilda Vivian, dau. of the late
Col. Carson Lake, of New York and Ohio, U.S.A., and step-
dau. of Emile Klaber Cnam& changed to Kinnard by deed
poll 1916), Esq.,aud has, with other issue, a son, • Herbert,
b. 1912.

INGRAM, Mrs., of Steyning, Sussex.

Edith Emily, youngest dau. of Edward Kerrich, Esq.,
of Arnolds, Surrey, who d. 1883, by Mary Evelyn,
who d. 1885, dau. of the late Richard Fuller, Esq., of
The Rookery, Dorking, Surrey; ?n. 1880 Lieut.-Col.
Robert Bethune Ingram, late 97th and 100th Regts., of
Steyning, a J.P. for Sussex, who d. 1909, leaving, with
other issue, a son, * Hugh Fuller, educated at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1881 ; m. 1912 Margaret, youngest
dau. of the late Charles Whitaker, Esq., of Caldewell,
Worcestershire.— •S^fy/HH^', Sussex.

INIGO-JONES, the Rev. Ralph William, of
Kelston Park, Somerset.
Youngest son of Lieut.-Col. Inigo William Jones, J.P.
and D.L., of Kelston Park, who d. 1878, by Anne
Maria, who (/. 1889, dau. of the late Joseph Neeld,
Esq., of Grittleton, Wiltshire ; b. 1851 ; s. his nephew
Henry Richmund Inigo Jones, Esq., Lieut. Scots
Guards, who was killed in action, 1914; m. 1879
Minnie, dau. of the late Henry Griffiths, Esq., of
Brighton, and has, with other issue, a son, * Lionel
William, b. 1885. Mr. luigo-Jones, who was educated
in Paris, at Rugby School, and at Cambridge Univ.
(Non-Collegiate ; B.A. 1885), and assumed the prefix
surname of Inigo by deed poll 1914, was formerly
Lieut. R.N., is Lord of the Manor of Kelston and
Patron of 2 livings, and has been Rector of Tatterford
with Tatterset (or Gatesend), Norfolk, since 1891.—
Residence : Tatterford Rectory, Fakenham, Norfolk.
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INMAN, George Talfourd, Esq., formerly!
of Highmoor Hall, Oxfordshire.
Second son of Richard Kesterton Inman, Esq., of
London, who d. 1870 ; b. 18.51 ; m. 1875 Emily Hope,
dau. of the late George Sims, Esq., D.L., of London, j
and has an only surviving son, Talfourd Hope, temp, j
Capt. Gen. List, previously 11th (Service) Batt. 1
Northumberland Fusiliers ; late Lieut. 4th Batt. '
Oxfordshire L.I. ; educated at Eadley , b. 1883; m.
1917 Isobel, younger dau. of John Boon, Esq., of Hamp-
Btead, and has a dau., Pamela Vivian Hope. Mr.
Inman'is a Magistrate for Oxfordshire (High Sheriff
1906). — Dornhurst, Sevenoaks, Kent; Thatched House
Club, s.-w.

INNES, Earl. See Roxburghe, Duke of.

INNES, Sir James BouRCHiEB, Bart., of Eding-
ight, BanffsLire.— Cr. 1627-8.
Only son of Thomas Innes, Esq., of A'alparaiso, Chile,
■who d. 1911, by Viiginia, dau. of the late Col. Hugh
Plunket Bourchier ; b. 1883; s. his uncle Sir James
Innes, 13th Bart, \9\9.— Edingight House, Keith,
Banffshire.

Heir Pret.. his oouiin Walter James, oaly surviving son of
Hector lunes, Esq., who d. 19C4, by Annie Jane, dau. of the
lata 'William Fraser, Esq., of the War Office; S. 1903.

INNES, Lady.

Emily Janet, dau. of the Hon. John Smith, M.L.C., of
Llanarth, Bathurst, N.S.W. ; m. 1st 1865 Sir Joseph
George Long Innes, Judge cf the Supreme Court of
N.S.W., who was cr. Knt. 1875 and d. 1896; 2ndly
1906 Mens. Georges Biard d'Aunet, a Minister Pleni-
potentiary and an OiEcor of the Legion of Honour,
formerly Consul-Geu. of France in Australia. —
Winslow, Barling Point, Sydney, New South Wales ;
Clover Hill, Sutton Forest, New South Wales;
Kesidence: 74, Rue du Ranelagh, Passy, Paris.

INNES, Capt. Arthur Charles Wolseley,
M.C., of Dromantine, co. Down.
Elder and only surviving son of Arthur Charles Innes,
Esq., M.P., J.P. and D.L., of Dromantine, who assumed
the additional surname of Cross by royal license 1888,
and d. 1902, by his 2nd wife Sarah Jane Beauchamp
(who d. 1911, having m. 2ndly 1907 Herbert Martin
Cooke, Esq., who assumed the additional surname of
Cross by roj'al license 1908), only dau. of the late Col.
William Cross, J.P. and D.L., of Dartan, co. Armagh ;
h. 1888 ; ?«. 1915 Etta, dau. of William Bradshaw, Esq.,
of Will.raham Place, S.W. Capt. Innes, who was edu-
cated at Eton and at Trinity Coll , Cambridge (LL.B.
1909), and was formerly Lieut. 5th Batt. R. Irish Fusi-
liers, and subsequently Lieut. Irish Guards, Special
Reserve, is Capt. 4th Batt. R. Irish Fusiliers. — Droman-
tine, near Newry ; Carlton Club, s.w.

INNES, Lieut.-Col. James Archibald, D.S.O.,
of RofFey Park, Sussex.
Eldest son of James Innes, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
KoflFoy Park, who d. 1902, by his 2nd wife Agues
Annt Morewood, who d. 1915, dau. of the late William
Barlow, Esq., of Wilmslow, Cheshire ; b. 1875; m. 1st
1909 Marjorie Alice, who d. 1912, 3rd dau. of
Abraham John Robarts, Esq., of Tile House, Lilling-
stone Uayrell, Buckinghamshire ; 2ndly 1914 Barbara,
elder dau. of the Hon. Lancelot Edward Lowther, and
has, with other issue, a son, A. 1 9 1 5. Lieut.-Col. Innes,
who was educated at Winchester aud at the R. Mil. Coll.,
Sandhurst, and was formerly Capt. Rifle Brigade, is
Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. ret., late Sussex Yeo, ;
commanded 22nd (Service) Batt. (Kensington) R,
710



Fusiliers, with the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col., 1914-
15, a Local Reserve Batt., with the temp, rank
of Lieut.-Col., 1915-16, and a Batt. Training Re-
serve and an Infantry Batt. 19\6-17. — Rofcy Park,
Horsham, Sussej:; Jrmy and Navy, and Travellers'
Clubs, s.w.

INNES, Comm. James William Gdt, C.B.E.,
of Raemoir, and formerly of Dannottar,
Kincardineshire.

Second son of Alexander Innes, Esq., D.L. (elder son
of the late Alexander. Innes, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Raemoir, and Dunnottar), whorf. 1882, by his 1st wife
Helen Eytham, who d. 1875, only child of the late Rev.
Samuel William King, Rector ofSaxlingham, Norfolk ;
b. 1873 ; s. his brother Alexander Berowald Innes, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., Lieut. 7th Batt. Gordon Highlanders,
who was killed in action, 1915; m. 1906 Anna
Orrok Stronach Sheila Foster, elder dau. of the late
Lieut.-Col. John Foster Forbes, J.P. and D.L., of
Rothiemay Castle, Banffshire, and has, with other issue,
a son, *Eonald Gordon Berowald, b. 1907. Comm.
Innes, whor'was educated in H.M.S. " Britannia," is
Comm. R.N. and a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour.
— Raemoir House, Banchory, N.B.; United Service
Club, s.w, ; R. Northern Cliib, Aberdeen.

INNES, Thomas, Esq., of Learney, Aber-
deenshire.
Only son of Lieut.-Col. Francis Newell Innes, D.L.,
ret. R.H.A., who d.v.p. 1907, by Margaret Anne, 2nd
dau. of the late Archer Irvine-Fortescue, Esq., of
Kingcausie, Kincardineshire, and of Swanbister, Isle
of Orkney; b. 1803 ; s. his grandfather Col. Thomas
Innes, C.V.O., LL.D., J.P. and D.L., late 3rd Batt.
Gordon Highlanders, 1912. — Learney, To?yhins,
Aberdeenshire; Auchenhove, Lumphanan, Aberdeen-
shire; 2, Inverleith Row, Edinburgh.

INNES. See Brodie-Innes ; Mitchell- Innes ; and
Rose-Innes.

INNES-KER. See Roxhurghe, Duke of.

INSKIP, Lady AuGtJSTA Helen Elizabeth, of
Dunskey, Wigtownshire.
Eldest dau. of David, 7th Earl of Glasgow, G.C.M.G.,
who d. 1915, by Dorothea Elizabeth Thomasina, eldest
dau. of Sir Edward Hunter-Blair, 4th Bart. ;m. 1st 1898,
as his 2nd wife, Charles Lindsay Orr-Ewing, Esq., of
Dunskey, who was a J.P. for Dumbartonshire and for
Ayrshire, a J.P. and CO. for Wigtownshire, M.P. for
the Ayr Burghs 1895-1903, and formerly Caj^t. 3rd
Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, and who
d. 1903, leaving, with other issue, a son, *Edward
Lindsay, M.C., Lieut. The Bl.ack Watch (R. High-
landers) ; educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ;
b. 1899; 2ndly 1914 Thomas Walker Hobart Inskip,
Esq., K.C. (2nd son of the late James Inskip, Esq.,
of Clifton Park House, Clifton), who was elected M.P.
for Bristol Central 1918. — Dunskey, Port Patrick,
Wigtownshire.

INSOLE, Eric Raymond Esq., of The Court,
Llandaff, Glamorganshire.
Second son of George Frederick Insole, Esq., J. P., of
The Court, who d. 1917, by Jessie Ann, only dau! of
the late Evan Williams David, Esq., of Fairwater
House, Glamorganshire; b. 1889. Mr. Insole,
who was educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge, is an Hon. Lieut, in the Army, late Lieut.
T.F. Reserve. — The Court, Llandaff, Glamorganshire;
Ty-fau, Glamorganshire; Bath Club, w. ; Cardiff and
County Club, Cardiff.



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INVERARITY, John Duncan, Esq., of Rose- 1
mount, and Hedderwick, Forfarshire. |

Eldest son of Jonathan Duncan Inverarity, Ksq., of j
Roseraount, who d. 1882, by Maria Martha, who rf. 1871, 1
oldest dau, of Sir John Pollard Willoughby, 4th Bart. |
(f:r^),ofBaldon.Oxfordshire;A.1847;OT. 1896 Margaret I
Eweretta, eldest dau. of the late Capt. Frederick Grant
Forsyth-Grant, Esq., of Ecclesgreig, Kincardineshire, i
and has, -with other issue, a son,* Ronald John Duncan, |
b. 1905. Mr. Inverarity, who was educated at Harrow
and at Trinity CoU., Cambridge (B.A. 1869. LL.B. I
1869), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1870,
is a Magistrate for Forfarshire.— i?os(;moM«i House,
Montrose, Forfarshire ; Clermiston, Corstorphine,
Midlothian ; New University Club, s.w.

INVERARITY, Mrs., of Clermiston, Mid-
lotbian.
Margaret Eweretta, eldest dau. of Capt. Frederick
Grant Forsyth-Grant, J.P. and D.L., late 3rd Hussars,
Ecclesgreig, Kincardineshire, who d. 1912, by Margaret
Catherine, who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late Col.
"William Adam Orr, C.B., E.A., of Bridgeton, Kin-
cardineshire ; m. 1896 John Duncan Inverarity, Esq.,
of Eosemount. and Hedderwick. Forfarshire (miAo«( see).
— Clermiston, Corstorphine, Midlothian ; Eosemount
House, Montrose, Forfarshire.



Tliomas Kay Dowic, Esq., of Kirkcaldy. Lord Inver-
forth, who was educated at Kirkcaldy, was formerly
Senior Partner of Andrew Weir & Co., Shipowners &
Merchants, of London S:c., and Surveyor-Gen. of Supply
and a Member of the Army Council 1917-19; appointed
Minister of Munitions and Supply 1919. — Amos Grove,
Southgate, Middlesex ; R. Thames Yacht, and Bath
Clubs, w. ; Caledonian Club, s.w.



IRBY, Capt. Frederick Aethuk, of Boyland
Hall, Norfolk.
Elder son of Lieut.-Col. Leonard Howard Loyd Irby,
formerly Major 74th Foot, who d. 1905, by his 1st
wife Geraldine Alicia Maria, who d. 1882, 2nd dau. of
the late Rev. John Balfour Magenis, Rector of Great
Horkesley, Essex ; b. 1865 ; s. Mrs. Isabella Harriet
Irby, widow of his uncle Frederick 'William Irby, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., 1906 ; m. 1907 Louisa Christian, dau. of
Col. James Fellowes, late R.E., of Hill Fields, Wor-
cestershire, and has a dau.. Christian Geraldine Mary.
Capt. Irby, who was educated at Eton and was
formerly Capt. Rifle Brigade, is a Magistrate for
Norfolk, Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. late 7th Batt.
King's R. Rifle Corps, Lord of the Manor of Boyland-
cum-Fritton, and alternate Patron of 1 living. — Boylaud
Hall, Long Stratton, Norfolk ; Arthur's, and Army and
Navy Clubs, s.w.; Norfolk Club, Norwich.



INVERCLYDE, Lord (James Clelanb Bdens).
— Cr. 1897.
Younger son of John, 1st Lord, who d. 1901, by
Emily, who d. 1901, only dau. of the late George
Clerk Arhuthnot, Esq., of Mavisbank. Midlothian ;
b. 1864; «. his brother George Arbufhuot, 2nd Lord,
1905; OT. 1891 Charlotte Mary Emily, youngest dau.
of the late Robert Nugent-Duubar, Esq., of Machermore
Castle, Kirkcudbright. Lord Inverclyde is H.M.'s
Lieut, for Dumbartonshire, a J.P. and D.L. for Ren-
frewshire, a J.P. for Lanarkshire and for the co. of
the City of Glasgow, Hon. Col. Clyde E.G.A., T.F., and
1st Dumbartonshire Batt. Argyll and Sutherland High-
landers Cadets, Hon. Commandant Dumbartonshire
Vol. Corps, temp. Comm. R. Naval Vol. Reserve, Presi-
dent of the Dumbartonshire T.F. Association, of the
Dumbartonshire Vol. Training Corps, and of the Clyde
Training Ship " Empress," Hon. President Glasgow
Batt. Boys' Brigade, Chairman of the Glasgow Ship-
owners' Association, of G. & J. Burns Ltd. and of
Burns S.S. Co. Ltd., Deputy Chairman of The Clydes-
dale Bank Ltd., a Director of the Clyde Steamship |
Owners' Association and of the Cunard S.S. Co., Ltd., j IRELAND, Col. Sir ROBERT Megaw, K.B.E.,



IRBY, Mrs. Leonard, of Brook House, Eastrj,
Kent.

Ethel Maude, eldest dau. of Comm. William John
Casberd-Boteler, R.N., J.P., of Brook House, who d.
1907, by Elizabeth Aubyn Florence, who d. 1900, only
child of the late John Hayball Paul, Esq., of South View
House, Chale, Isle of Wight; m. 1896 Lieut.-Col.
Leonard Paul Irby, O.B.E., Lieut.-Col. ret., late Capt.
and Hon. Major 6th Batt., and Capt. ret., late King's
E. Eifle Corps, who was temp. Lieut.-Col. Comm, 15th
(Service) Batt. Eifle Brigade 1915-16, a Local Reserve



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Batt. King's R. Rifle Corps 1916, and a Tra:
Reserve Batt. 1916-18, and has, with other issue, a
son, * Gerald Howard Boteler, M.B.E., temp. Lieut.
King's R. Rifle Corps ; 6. 1897.— Residence: Evington
Place, Ashford, Kent.



IRBY. See Boston, Lord, and Smyth.



a Member of the Committee of Lloyd's Register,
Commodore R. Clyde Yacht Chib, and Vice-Commodore
K. Northern Yacht Club. — Castle Wemyss, Wemyss
Bay, Benfrewshire ; Hartficld, Core, Dumbartonshire;!^
Travellers', and Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; New Club, Edin- I
burgh; Western Club, Glasgow; Ulster Club, Belfast ; \
B. Yacht Sgiiadron, Cowes; 10, Berkeley Square, w.
Seir, his son John Alan, Lieut. Scots Guards ; educated at
Eton and at the R. Mil. CoU., Sandhurst ; 6. 1897.



INVERCLYDE, Mart, Lady.

Younger dau. of Hickson Fergusson, Esq., of The

Knowe, Ayrshire; m. 1st 1886 George Arbuthnot, 2nd I

Lord Inverclyde. who d.s.p. 1905 ; 2ndly 1910 Gen. ! IRELAND,

Sir ArcHbald Hunter, G.C.B., G.C.V.O. {whom see).—

11, Upper Grosvenor Street, w.



C.B., C.M.G., of Clohass, co. Wexford.-
Cr. 1919.

Son of Richard Stanley Ireland, Esq., M.D., of Clohass,
who d. 1875, by Sarah Anna, dau. of the late Capt.
Megaw, of Stewartstown, co. Tyrone; b. 1849; m. 1872
Evaline Alice, dau. of the late Col. Edmund William
Eardley-Howard, B.S.C., and has, with other issue, a
son, *Arthur Robert, b. 1873. Sir Robert Ireland
is Col. ret., late A.P.D., and was a Chief Paymaster
in the Army 1901-11 ; late Capt. 1st R. Scots.— Resi-
dence : Montrose, Yarborough Boad, Southsea.



See Clay field-Ireland.



INVERFORTH, Lord (Andrew Weir, P.O.). i
— Cr. 1919.

Eldest son of William Weir, Esq., of Kirkcaldy, who
d. 1910, by Janet, dau. ofthe late Thomas Laing, Esq.,
of Kirkcaldy ; b. 1865 ; 7n. 1889 Anne, dau. of the late '



IRONSIDE. See Box-Ironside.

! -t-IRVIN, Sir John Hannel, K.B.E.— Cr.
1917.
5, 18 — . Sir John Irvin was formerly Adviser to the
Board of Trade on Fish and Food Supplies, &c.
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IRVINE, the Hon. Sir William Hill,
K.C.M.G., LL.D., K.C.-Cr. 1914.

Second son of Hill Irrine, Esq., J.P., of Dromalane,
Newry, co. Down, who d. 1878, by Margaret, who d.
1904, dau. of the late Rev. John Mitchel, of Newry;
b. 1858 ; m. 1891 Agnes Somerville, eldest dan. of the
Hon. Thomas Drummond Wanliss, M.L.C. Sir William
Irvine, who was educated at the R. School, Armagh,
and at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882,
Hon. LL.D. 1904, M.A. and LL.M. Melbourne Univ.
1884), called to the Bar in Melbourne 1884, and
appointed a K.C. 1906, was Attorney-Gen. of Victoria
1899-1900, Premier and Attorney-Gen. 1902-3, and
Attorney-Gen. of the Commonwealth of Australia
1913-14; has been a Member of the Commonwealth
Parliament since 1906 ; appointed Chief Justice and
Li^at.-Governor of Victoria 1918. — KUleai'cy, Eltham,
Victoria; Melbourne, and Bohemians Clubs, Mel-
bourne.

IRVINE, Alexander Forbes, Esq., of Drum,
Aberdeenshire.
Elder son of Francis Hugh Forbes Irvine, Esq., of
Drum, who d. 1894, by Mary Agnes, only child of the
late John Ramsay, Esq., of Barra Castle, and Slraloch
Aberdeenshire; b. 1881; m. 1905 Dorothy Isabel,
2nd dau. of the late Col. Henry Crawford, R. Innis-
killing Fusiliers, of Rothie Norman, Aberdeenshire, and
has, with other issue, a son, »Alexander, b. 1907. Mr.
Irvine is a J. P. and D.L. for Aberdeenshire and Lieut
ret., late Grenadier Guards, Special Reserve. — Drum
Castle, Drumoak B.S.O., Aberdeenshire.

IRVINE, Col. Henry, C.B.

Elder son of the late Lieut.-Col. Charles Irvine, J.P.,
38th Regt., by Mary, dau. of the late Lewis Gollock,
Esq. ; b. 1849 ; m. 1875 Edith, dau. of David White,
Esq., of Lisnally, co. Tyrone, and has, with other
issue, a son, Frederick Henry, b. 1876. Col. Ii'vine is
a J.P. for cos. Tyrone and Donegal, Hon. Col., previously
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. 3rd Batt. R. Innis-
killing Fusiliers and was temp. Major in the Army
\9\!i-\S.—Stratklomond, Omagh, co. Tyrone; The
Cottage, Bunhcg, co. Donegal.

IRVINE, John Gerard Christopher, Esq., of
Killadeas, co. Fermanagh.
Eldest son of John Gerard Irvine, Esq., of Killadeas,
who d. 1902, by Elizabeth, who d. 1902, youngest
dau. of William Dauiell, Esq., of Ballymackney, co.
Monaghan; b. 1865; m. 1886 Georgina Emma Matilda,
youngest dau. of the late Capt. Mervyn Edward
Archdale, of Castle Archdale, co. Fermanagh, and has,
with other issue, a son, * Gerard Mervyn Frederick,
M.C., temp. Capt. 11th (Service) Batt. R. Inniskilling
Fusiliers ; b. 1 888. Mr. Irvine, who was educated at the
R. Academy, Gosport, and was formerly Major 3rd Batt.
R. Inniskilling Fusiliers, and Lieut. Rho'desian Regt.
1900-2, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Fermanagh
(High Sheriff 1892), and Lord of the Manor of Kil-
ladeas, and was High Sheriff' of co. Tyrone 1918.— TAe
ManorHouse, Killadeas, co. Fertnanagh.

IRVINE, Mrs., of Barra Castle, and Straloch,
Aberdeenshire.
Mary Agnes, only child of John Ramsay. E.sq., of
Barra Castle and Straloch, who d. 1895, by Leonora
Sophia, who d. 1862, only dau. of the late Rev.
Nathaniel Bond, of Creech Grange, Dorsetshire; m.
1880 Francis Hugh Forbes Irvine, Esq., of Drum
Castle, Aberdeenshire, who d. 1894, leaving, with
another son, *Quentin Hugh Innes (younger son),
Lieut, ret., late 3rd Batt. Argyll and Sutherland
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Highlanders ; educated at Radley and at Exeter
Coll., Oxfofd (B.A. 1911); b. 1888; m. 1915 Irene
Dorothy May, younger dau. of John Alexander
Burnett, Esq., of Kemnay, Aberdeenshire, and has,
with other issue, a son, * Francis Charles Quentin,
b. 1918.— £nrra Castle, Old Meldrum; Straloch,
Aberdeen.

IRVINE. See U Arcy-Irvine, and Douglas-Irvine.

IRVINE-FORTESCUE. See Fortescae, of King-



IRVING, Sir Henry Turner, G.C.M.G.— Cr.
K.C.M.G. 1878, G.C.M.G. 1888.

Fourth son of the late Charles M. Irving, Esq., by

Margaret, dau. of Colquhoun, Esq. ; b. 1833 ; m.

1884 Emma Patty, who d. 1903, eldest dau. of Sir
David William Barclay, 10th Bart., and ividow of Sir
Henry Franks Frederic Johnson, 3rd Bart. Was
Colonial Secretary of Jamaica 1866-9 and of Ceylon
1869-73, and Governor of the Leeward Islands
1873-4, of Trinidad 1874-80, and of British Guiana
1882-7.— TAe Gap, Westhill, Ottery St. Mary, Devon;
Reform Club, s.w.

IRVING, Lady BRODRIBB-.

Florence, dau. of the late Surg.-Gen. Daniel James
O'Callaghan, Bengal Army ; m. 1869 Sir (John) Henry
Brodribb-Irving, an eminent actor, and an Hon. D.Litt.
of Dublin (1892), of Cambridge (1898), and of Glasgow
(1902), who assumed the additional surname of Irving
by royal license 1887, and who was cr. Knt. 1895 and
d. 1905. — 2lA, Connaught Road, Folkestone.

IRVING, Herbert CAVAN-, Esq., C.B.E., of
Burnfoot, Dumfriesshire.
Youngest son of John Irving, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Burnfoot, who d. 1891, by Agnes, dau. of the late
James Cavan, Esq. ; b. 1854 ; m. 1st 1888 Mary Helen,
who d. 1905, dau. of the late John Johnstone, Esq., of
Halleaths, Dumfriesshire; 2ndly 1907 Jane Euphemia,
2ud dau. of the late Robert Thorburn , Esq. , of Romanby ,
Yorkshire, and widow of Edward Parker Norman, Esq.,
M.D. Mr. Cavan-Irving, who was educated at Harrow

. and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1877, M.A. and
LL.M. 1880), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1880, is a J.P. and C.S. for Dumfriesshire, and Capt.
and Hon. Major late 3rd Batt. K.O. Scottish Borderers.
— Burnfoot, Ecclefechan, N.B. ; Windham, and Junior
Carlton Chtbs, s.w.



IRVING, Col. John Beaufin, of Bonshaw
Tower, Diunfriesshire.

Eldest son of John Beaufin Irving, Esq., of Ironshore
and Hartfield, Jamaica, who d. 1876, by Diana Char-
lotte, who d. 1850, 3rd dau. of the late Jonathan
Williamson, Esq., of Lakelands, co. Dublin ; b. 1844;
s. his cousin Robert Nasmyth Irving, Esq., 1894; 7n.
1865 Agnes, eldest dau. of Joseph Corke, Esq., of
Staplehurst, Kent, and has, with other issue, a son,
* John Beaufin, b. 1875. Col. Irving, who was educated
at Cheltenham Coll., and was formerly in the 4th King's
Own Regt., the Military Train, and the A.S.C., is a
J.P. for and Chairman of the Territorial Force Asso-
ciation of Dumfriesshire, a Member of the R. Co. of
Archers (King's Body Guard for Scotland), Col. ret.
late Comm. 3rd Batt. Manchester Regt. and temp.
Lieut.-Col. and Co. Commandant Dumfriesshire Vol.
Regt. — Bonskaw Tower, Kirtlehridge ; Primrose Club,

6.W.



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IRWIN, Major-Gen. Sir (James) Mokeay,
K.C.M.G., C.B., M.D.— Cr. 1918.

Second son of the Rev. James William Irwin, Keetor
of Sharon, co. Donegal, who d. 1876, hy Florine, who
d. 1896, dau. of the late Rev. John Griffiths Lloyd, of
Truscoed Hall, Montgomeryshire; h. 1858; m.. 1884
Nora, 2nd dau. of the late Hon. Thomas Conlan,
Barrister-at-Law. Sir Murray Irwin, who was edu-
cated at Bishop Stortford and at Trinity Coll., Dublin
(B.A. and M.A., M.B. and B. Ch. 1881, Hon. M.D. ,
1919), is an Hon. Major-Gen. ret., late A.M.S., was'
Assistant Director-Gen., War Office, 1906-10, and has j
been Director of Medical Services, 3rd Army, British
Expeditionary Force, since 1916. — Hillcote, Bideford,
if. Devon.



IRWIN, Sir Alfred Macdonild Bulteel,
Knt., C.S.I.— Cr. 1910.
Youngest son of Ven. Henry Irwin, B.D., Archdeacon
of Elphin, who d. 1882, by Frances Elizabeth, who
d. 1910, 2nd dau. of the late Benjamin Hinde, Esq.,
of Tarbert, co. Kerry; b. 18.53; /«. 1884 Alice
Kathleen, who d. 1899, 3rd dau. of the late
Christopher French, Esq., D.L., of Cloonyquin, co.
Roscommon. Sir Alfred Irwin, who was educated at
Kingstown School, co. Dublin, and entered the Indian
Civil Service 1876, was Deputy Commissioner, Burma,
1886^94, Commissioner 1898-1904, M.L.C. 1903, and
a Puisne Judge of the Chief Court of Lower Burma
1905-9.— 49, Ailesbury Road, Dublin; Univers


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