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IRWIN, Sir John, Knt.— Cr. 1915.

Eldest son of Samuel Irwin, Esq., of Dublin, who d.
1892, by Annie E., who d. 19"05, dau. of the late
George Gillespie, Esq., of Dunmackmay, co. Tyrone;
b. 1857; m. 1915 Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late
Thomas Forbes, Esq., of Fairy View, Castlederg, co.
Tyrone, and widow of A. S. Thompson, Esq., M.D., of
Leicester. Sir John Irwin, who was educated at
Bective Coll., Dublin, and was one of the Hon.
Secretaries of the Mansion House Presentation Com-
mittee formed to carry out a demonstration on the
occasion of the departure of the Lord Lieut, of Ireland
1915, is a J.P. for Dublin City, a Paper Manufacturer
in Dublin, Chairman of the Visiting Justices of the
Dublin Prisons, a Governor of the R. Irish Academy
of Music, and an Hon. Secretary of the Mansion House
Coal Fund. — Xewbrook House, Rathfarnham, co.
Dublin; 121, Abbey Street Upper, Dublin.

IRWIN, Albert James, Esq., of Glenfem,
CO. Londonderry.
Elder son of James Irwin, Esq., of Glenfern, who d.
1908, by Mary, dau. of the late James Gamble, Esq. ;
b. 1866. Mr. Irwin was educated at Queen's Coll.,
Galway (B.A. E. Univ. of Ireland 1888).— Gtei/erK,

IRWIN, Arthur John, Esq., A.M.I.C.E., of

Ratlimoyle, co. Roscommon.
Eldest sou of Col. Richard Irwin, J.P., late 5th Batt.
Connaught Rangers, of Rathmoyle, who d. 1909, by
Cecilia Olivia, who d. 1917, 2nd dau. of the late Philip
O'Reilly, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Colamber, co. West-
meath ; b. 1868; m. 1896 Josephine Gertrude, eldest
dau. of Hugh Gerald Byrne, Esq., and has, with other
issue, a son, *Bichard Arthur, b. 1897. Mr. Irwin, who
was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A.I. 1889), is
Adviser to the R. Survey of Siam. — Rathmoyle, Castlerea,
CO. Roscommon.

IRWIN, Col. De la Cherois Thomas, C.M.G.,
of Carnagh House, co. Armagh.

Second son of John Robert Irwin, Esq., of Carnagh
House, who d. 1872, by Elizabeth Emily, who d. 1907,
youngest dau. of the late Nicholas De la Cherois-
Crommelin, Esq., of Carrowdore Castle, co. Down ; b.
1843 ; m. 1867 Isabella, eldest dau. of Robert Hamil-
ton, Esq., of Ham wood, Quebec, and has, with other
issue, a son, *Arthur De la Cherois, b. 1886. Col.
Irwin, who was educated at the R. Mil. Academy, Wool-
wich, and was Lieut.-Col. Comm. R. Canadian Art.
1882-97, and Hon. A.D.C. to the Earl of Minto and to
Earl Grey, Governors-Gen. of Canada, is an Hon. Col.
ret., late Hon. Lieut.-Col. R.A. — Carnagh House,
Carnagh, CO. Armagh. Residence: XT 0, Cooper Street,
Ottawa, Canada.

IRWIN, Henry Crossley, Esq., of Mount
Irwin, CO. Armagh.
Eldest son of Henry Irwin, Esq., of Mount Irwin, who
d. 1883, by Harriet Josephine, who d. 1877, only dau.
of the late George Ogle Laurence Jacob, Esq.,
H.E.I.C,S.; b. 1848; m. 1881 Constance Harriet
Catherine, dau. of George Augustus Jocelyn McClin-
tock, Esq., late Capt. 52nd Regt., and has, with other
issue, a son, * George Valentine Crossley, Capt. R.
Inniskilling Fusiliers ; b. 1883. Mr. Irwin, who was
educated at Blackheath and at Queen's Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1869), and was formerly in the Beng.al Civil
Service, is a Magistrate for co. Armagh. — Mount Irwin,
Tynan, co. Armagh.

IRWIN, John Arthur, Esq., of Derrygore, co.
Only surviving son of Edward Irwin, Esq., of Derry-
gore, who d. 1874, by Hannah, who d. 1859, dau. of
the late Thomas Baynes, Esq., of Leeds, Yorkshire ;
b. 1854 ; s. his brother Edward Irwin, Esq., J.P.,
1880 ; is a J.P. for co. Fermanagh (High Sheriff
1888). — Derrygore, near Emiiskillen.

Heiress Pres., his sister Rose ; m. 1877 Thomas Miller, Esq.,
Ph.D., who d. 1900, aud has a son, "'Hugli Montgomery,
temp. Lieut, in the Army ; educated at Olifton Coll. and
at Clare Coll., Cambridge; b. 1878 ; m. 1907 Key Florine,
who d, 1918, elder dau. of the Right Hon. Arthur Warren
Samuels, of Cloghereen, Howth, co. Dublin, and has, with
other issoe, a son, •Arthur Hugh Montgomery, b. 1911.

IRWIN, Luke Joseph, Esq., of Raheen House,
CO. Roscommon.

Secondson of John Irwin, Esq., of Raheen House, a J.P.
for CO. Roscommon, and High Sheriff of co. Sligo 1852,
who d. 1884, by Margaret, dau. of the late Luke
Harkan, Esq., of Raheen House; b. 1848. Is a J.P.
for cos. Roscommon and Sligo. — Raheen House, Elphin,
CO. Roscommon ; Hibernian United Service Club. Dublin.

IRWIN, the Rev. Ronald John Beresford,
D.8.O., M.C. (with Bar), of Richmount,
CO. Longford.

Only son of the Rev. Arthur William Irwin, M.A., of
Richmount, who d. 1906, by his 2nd wife Alicia, 3rd
dau. of the late Comm. William Dent Dent, J.P., R.N.,
of Short Flatt Tower, Northumberland ; b. 1880. Mr.
Irwin, who was educated at Winchester aud at Eeble
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1903, M.A. 1906). was Chaplain
at Benares 1909-10 and at Allahabad 1910-13,
Garrison Chaplain at Lucknow 1913-14, aud temp.
Chaplain to the Forces, 1st Class, 1914-19; trans-
ferred to Indian Ecclesiastical Establishment 1919 ;
has the French Croix de Guerre. — Junior Naval and
Military Club, w.





IRWIN, Major Thomas Steutt, of Justicetown,
Eldest son of Col. Thomas Angelo Irwin. J.P. and
D.L., late R. Scots, and Hon. Col. 2nd Middlesex Vol.
Art., of Lynehow (now and formerly Justieetown),
and Solport, Cumberland, who d. 1S13, by Lucy
Frances, who d. 1914, younger dan. of the late George
Henry Strutt, Esq., of Bridgehill, Derbyshire ; b.
1881; m. 1910 Marjorie Willis, youngest dau.
of Dyson Lacy, Esq., and has 3 daus. Major Irwin,
who was educated at Winchester, and was formerly
Lieut. 3rd Batt. Border Regt. and Imperial Yeo. in
S.Africa, is Major 1st R. Dragoons. — Justieetown,
Carlisle; Army and Navy Club, s.w. / Cavalry Club,
■w.; 77, Egerton Gardens, s.w.

IRWIN, Col. William JoHN,of St. Catherine's
Park, CO. Kildare.

Eldest son of Gen. William Irwin, of St. Catherine's
Park, a J.P. for eo. Kildare, and Col. 88th Connaught
Rangers, who d. 1889, by Eliza Jane, who d. 1916,
dau. and heiress of the late Joshua Crump, Esq., J.P. ;
b. 1848 ; is Col. ret. late 20th Hussars. — Cavalry Club,
■w. ; 3, Down Street, w.

ISAACS. See Reading, Earl of.

Esq., F.R.G.S., of Slindon House, Sussex.
Eldest eon of Frederick Wootton Isaacson, Esq., M.P.,
who d. 1898, by Elizabeth Marie Louise, who d. 1913,
only dau. of the late Stephen Jager, of Frankfort ;
b. 1858. Mr. Isaacson, who was educated at Trinity
Hall, Cambridge (B.A. 1880, M.A. and LL.M. 1885),
and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1881, is
Lieut, ret., late Army Motor Reserve, and Lord of the
Manor of Slindon. — Slindon House, Arundel, Sussex;
Carlton, Junior Carlton, R. Automobile, and Ranelagh
Clubs, s.w. ; Bath Club, w.

ISHAM, Sir Veee, Bart., of Lamport Hall,

Nortbamptonsliire. — Cr. 1627.
Only son of John Vere Isham, Esq., who d. 1883
(great-grandson of the 7th Bart.), by his 2nd wife
Emily, dau. of the late John Kinch, Esq. ; i. 1862; s. his
2nd cousin Sir Charles Edmund, 10th Bart., 1903 ; m.
1895 Millicent, dau. of the late Henry HalfordVaughan,
Esq., Regius Professor of Modern History, Oxford.
Sir Vere Isham, who was educated at Eton, and was
formerly Capt. Suifolk Regt., and temp. Major Local
Reserve Batt., previously 13th (Service) Batt. Sher-
wood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire
Regt.), is a Magistrate for Suffolk and for North-
amptonshire, and Patron of 2 livings. — Junior Carlton
Club, s.w.

Heir, his sou Gyles, 6. 1903.

ISHERWOOD, John Henet Beadshaw, Esq.,
of Marple Hall, Cheshire ; and of Brad-
shaw Hall, liancashire.

Eldest son of Thomas Bradshaw Isherwood, Esq., who
d. 1895, by Mary Ellen, who d. 1890, 2nd dau. of the
late Rev. Henry Bellairs, of Bedworth, Warwickshire ;
i.l841 ; m. 1864 Elizabeth.dau. of the late Thomas Luce,
Esq., M.P., of Malmesbury, and has, with other issue,
* Henry Bradshaw (Isherwood-Bagshawe), a Magistrate
for Derbyshire ; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1895; educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A.
1890); b. 1868; m. 1907 Beatrice Muriel Westby
(whom see), elder dau. of the late Francis Westby Bag-
shawe, Esq., of Oakes-in-Norton, and Wormhill Hall,
Derbyshire. Mr. Isherwood is a J.P. for Cheshire,
late Lieut. 84th Foot. — Marple Hall, Stockport,

in-Norton, and Wormhill Hall, Derbyshire.

Beatrice Muriel Westby, elder dau. of Francis Westby
Bagshawe, Esq., of Oakes-in-Norton, and Wormhill
Hall, who d. 1896, by Caroline Amelia, who d. 1905,
7th dau of the late Robert Alfred Cloyne Godwin-
Austen, Esq., of Shalford, Surrey; ?n. 1907 Henry
Bradshaw Ishei-wood, Esq., J.P., B.A., a Barrister-
at-Law (see Isherwood, of Marple Hall, Cheshire, and
Bradshaw Hall, Lancashire), who has assumed by sign-
manual the additional surname of Bagshawe. — Oakes-
in-Norton, by Sheffield; Wormhill Hall, Buxton.
Heiress Pres., her sister Gladys Godwin de 1' Hall,

ISLINGTON, Lord (John Potndee Dickson-
PoYNDEE, G.C.M.G., P.O., D.S.O.).— Cr.

Only son of Rear-Adm. John Bourmaster Dickson,
C.B., of Ryde, I. of Wight, who d. 1878, by his 1st
wife Sarah Matilda, who i. 1866, 3rd dau. of the late
Thomas Poynder, Esq. ; h. 1866 ; s. his uncle Sir Alex-
ander Collingwood Dickson, 5th Bart., 1884 ; m. 1896
Anne Beauclerk, 3rd dan. of the late Robert Henry
Duncan Dundas, Esq., and has a dau., Joan Alice
Katherine. Lord Islington, who was educated at Harrow
and at Ch. Ch., Oxfoi-d, and on inheriting Hartham
Park and Hilmarton Manor 1887 assumed the additional
surname of Poynder by royal license 1888, is a J.P. for
Wiltshire (High Sheriff 1890), a Knight of Justice of
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, an Hon. Lieut, in
the Army, Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. late R. Wilt-
shire Yeo., and Patron of 2 livings ; formerly Lieut.
Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa, and Lieut. 3rd Batt. R. Scots ;
was M.P. for the Chippenham Div. of Wiltshire 1892-
Jan. 1910, a Member of the London C.C. 1898-1904,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Dominion of
New Zealand 1910-12, and Parliamentary Under
Secretary of State for the Colonies 1914-15 ; appointed
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for India
1915. — Hartham Park, Corsham ; Brooks's Club, s.w.

ISMAY, Lady.

Beatrice Ellen, 3rd dau. of the late Hastings Read,
Esq.; m. 1875 Sir Stanley Ismay, a Barrister-at-Law,
who was in the Indian Civil Service 1869-1906 ; Judge
Small Cause Court Jabalpur 1889-90 and then Deputy
Commissioner, Divisional and Sessions Judge, Judicial
Commissioner, and Acting Chief Commissioner ; an
Additional Member of the Legislative Council of the
Governor-Gen. of India 1905-8 ; Chief Judge of the
Chief Court of Mysore 1908-12. and formerly Lieut.-
Col. Comm. Nagpur Vol. Rifles, and who was cr.
K.C.S.I. 1911 and d. \91i.— Caerlaverock, Ootaca.
mund, Nilgiris, S. India.

ISMAY, James Hainswoeth, Esq., of Iweme
Minster, Dorsetshire.
Second son of Thomas Henry Ismay, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Dawpool, Cheshire, whorf. 1899, by Margaret,
who d. 1907, dau. of the late Luke Bruce, Esq., of
Liverpool ; b. 1867 ; in. 1st 1892 Lady Margaret Alice
Seymour, who d. 1901, eldest dau. of Hugh do Grey,
6th Marquess of Hertford ; 2ndly 1903 Muriel Harriet
Charles, 4th dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Augustus Henry
Macdonald-Moreton, formerly Coldstream Guards, and
has 6 daus. Mr. Ismay, who was educated at Harrow
and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1890, M.A. 1892), is
a Magistrate for Dorsetshire (High Sheriff 1912) and
Lieut. T.F. Reserve, late Dorset Yeo. — Iwerne Minster
House, Blandford, Dorsetshire; The Cottage, Bern-
bridge, Isle of Wight; Arthzir's, and Befonn Clubs,




rVEAGH, Viscount (Edward Cecil Guinness,
K.P., G.C.V.O., P.R.S.).— Cr. 1905.

Youngest son of Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness, 1st Bart.,
M.P.,"LL.D., -n-ho d. 1868, by Elizabeth, -who d. 186.5,
3rd dan. of the late Edward Guinness, Esq., of Dublin ;
b. 1847 ; m. 1873 Adelaide Maria, who d. 1916,
youngest dau. of the late Richard Samuel Guinness,
Esq., M.P. Viscount Iveagh, who was educated at
Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1870, M.A. 1872, Hon.
LL.D. 1886, Hon. LL.D. Aberdeen), is a D,L. for co,
Galway, a J.P. for co. Dublin (High Sheriff 1885), and
a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem, and was formerly Hon. Co!. Dublin City
E.F.A., Special Reserve ; elected Chancellor of Dublin
Univ. nOi.—Elvcden Hall {Suffolk), near Theiford ;
Farmleigh, Castleknock, co. Dublin ; Ashford, Cong, co.
Galway ; 80, Stephen's Green, Dublin ; Carlton, Marl-
borough, Athenceum, and Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; Kil-
dare Street Club, Dublin ; 5, G-rosvenoT Place, s.w.
Heir, his son Rupert Edward Oeoil, O.B., O.M.G., Capt. R.
Naval Vol. Reserve, and one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of
London ; late Oapt. 9tll.Vol. Batt. King's R. Rifle Corps ;
was a Member of the London O.C. 1904-10, and M.P. for
the Haggerston Div. of Shoreditch 1908-Jan. 1910 and
for the S.B. Div. of Essex 1912-18; elected for Southend-
on-Sea 1818; appointed an A.D.O. to H.M.King George
V. 1916 ; educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge; h. 1874; m. 1903 Lady Gwendolen Floreuce Mary
Onslow, elder dau. of William Hillier, 4th Earl of Onslow,
and has, with other issue, a son, " Arthur Onslow Edward,
6. 1912.

IVES. See Gordon-Ives.

IVREA, Major Guy Hardwin, of Coedithel,
Llandogo, MonmonthsLire.
Only son of Chevalier Antonio Gallenga, of The Falls,
Llandogo, Monmouthshire, who d. 189.5, by his 2nd
wife Anna, who d. 1897, 3rd dau. of the late Charles
Oliver Plunkett Johnston, Esq., of Little Bottisham
Manor, Cambridgeshire ; b. 1859 j m. 1894 Eva
Eosena, 2nd dau. of the late Herr Augustin Gries-

haber, of Schbnenbach, Baden. Major Ivrea, who
was educated at Windermere Coll. and at the R.
Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and assumed the surname of
Ivrea by deed poll 1896, is a Magistrate for Monmouth-
shire, and an Hon. Major in the Army, and was for-
merly Capt. R. Dublin Fusiliers, Capt. R. Irish
Reserve Regt. 1900 and H.M.'s Reserve Regt.of Dragoon
Guards 1900-1, Capt. and temp. Major Coram. War-
wickshire R.H.A., Territorial Force, 1914-16 and temp.
Capt. R.F.A. 1916-17.— A'cw Oxford and Cambridge
Club, s.w.

IZAT, Mrs., of Hoppyland Park, co. Darliam.

Frances Mary, 3rd dau. of the Rev. Richard
Blenkinsopp George Leaton - Blenkinsopp, B.D.,
Rector of Shadforth, co. Durham, who d. 1876,
by his 1st wife Mary Emma, who d. 1856, 6th
dau. of the late Sanderson Ilderton, Esq., of
Ilderton, Northumberland; m. 1870 the Rev. John
Robert Izat, M.A., of St John's Coll., Oxford, who was
Vicar of Wroxton, Oxfordshire, 1877-92, and of
Streatley, Berkshire, 1892-1903, and who d.s.p. 1903.
Mrs. Izat s. her brother George Ilderton Leaton-
Blenkinsopp, Esq., J. P., 1910. — Hoppyland Park,
Witton-le- Wear E.S. 0., co. Durham.

IZOD, Major Kevan William, of Chapel Izod,
CO. Kilkenny.
Only son of Lieut.-Col. Frederick Kevan Izod, late
4th Batt. Leinster Regt., who d. 1904, by Mary
Frances, who d. 1916, eldest dau. of the late John
Thomas Hamill Stewart, Esq., of Ballyatwood, co.
Down; b. 1885 ; s. his uncle Col. William Henry Izod,
J.P.andD.L., late R.A., 1916; m. 191 7 Irene Margaret,
younger dau. of the late Col. William Raymond Inglis,
of Rickling Hall, and The Lee, Essex, and of
Druimuan House, Perthshire. Major Izod, who was
educated at Shrewsbury and abroad, is Capt. and
Brevet Major Loyal N. Lancashire Uegt. — Chapel Uod,
Stoneyford, co. Kilkenny.

JACKSON, the Right Hon. Frkderick Huth,
of Possingworth, Sussex.
Eldest son of 'Thomas Hughes Jackson, Esq., of Manor
House, Birkenhead, Cheshire, by Hermino, who d. 1897,
dau. of the late Daniel Meinertzhagen, Esq., of Wimble-
don ; b. 1863; m. 1895 Clara Annabel Caroline, eldest
dau. of the late Eight Hon. Sir Mountstuart
Elphinstone Grant Duff, G.C.S.I., CLE., and has,'
with other issue, a son, * Frederick Huth, Lieut.
3rd Batt. R. Sussex Regt. ; educated at Eton ; b.
1896. Mr. Jackson, who was educated at Harrow and
at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1887, M.A. 1890), was
President of the Institute of Bankers 1909-.11,
is a Partner in the firm of Frederick Huth & Co., and ,
one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of London (High
Sherifl of co. London 1918), and has been a Director
of the Bank of England since 189-2.— Possingworth, '
Cross-in-Hand, Sussex ; Athenaum, Reform, and Oxford
and Cambridge Clubs, s.w. ; Arts' Club, w. ; 64, Rutland
Gate, s.w. ; La Maiton du Diable, Aix les Bains, France.

JACKSON, Sir Robert Montresor, Bart. — Cr.


Elder son of Sir Keith George Jackson, 4th Bart., by

Alice, 2nd dau. of the late Charles Francis Montr&or,

Esq., formerly Bengal Civil Service ; b. 1876 ; s. 1916 ;

m. 1913 Katherine, youngest dau. of the late John
Abrey, Esq., of The Glen, and Barden Park, Tonbridge.
Sir Robert .lackson, who was educated at Tonbridge
School and at Hyde Park Locomotive Works, Glas-
gow, has been connected with Railway work in S.
Brazil and the Argentine Republic since 1898. —
British Consulate, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic.
Heir, his son John Montr&or, h. 1914.

JACKSON, Sir Henry Mather MATHER-,
Bart., C.B.E., of Llantilio, Monmouth-
shire.— Cr. 1869.
Eldest son of Sir Henrj' Mather Jackson, 2nd Bart., a
Judge of the Queen's Bench, by Elizabeth, who d. 1907,
dau. of the late Thomas Buddicom Blackburne, Esq. ;
J. 1855; s. 1881; m. 1886 Ada Frances, D.B.E., 3rd
dau. of the late Gen. Edward Arthur Somerset, C.B.,
M.P. Sir Henry Mather-Jackson, who was educated
at Harrow and" at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
1878, M.A. 1881), called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn
1881, and assumed the prefix surname of Mather 1886,
is a J.P., D.L., C. Aid. and Chairman of Quarter
Sessions for Monmouthshire. — Llantilio, Abergavenny ;
Brooks's Club, s.w.

Beir, his son Henry, Lieut, and Acting Capt. 6th Lancers;
educated at Bton and at the E. MU. Coll., Sandhurst; b.





JACKSON, Lieut.-Col. Sir Thomas Daee,
Bart., D.S.O. (with Bar), M.Y.O.—

Cr. 1902.
Eldest son of Sir Thomas Jackson, 1st Bart., by Amelia
Lydia, dan. of the late George Julius Dare, Esq., of
Dorset; b. 1876 ; s. 191.5 ; m. 1919 Mary Lilian Vera
Massy, elder dau. of Col. (temp. Brigadier-Gen.)
Samuel Eyre Massy Lloyd, J. P., 3rd Batt. Suffolk
Eegt., Major Eeserve of Officers, late Suffolk Eegt,
Sir Thomas Jackson, who was educated at Cheltenham,
and was Assistant Mil. Secretary to the Governor and
Commander-in-Chief of Gibraltar 1910-14, is Major
and Brevet Lieut.-Col. R. Lancaster Eegt.; com-
manded a Brigade, with the temp, rank of Brigadier-
Gen., 1915-16. — Stansted House, Stansied, Essex;
Junior United Service Club, s.w.

Heir Pres., bis brother George Julius, Major h.p. King's R.
EiBe Corps ; b. 1883 ; m. 1909 Nesta K., eldest dau, of
Hedworth Trelawnj Barclay, Esq., formerly of Eastwick
Park, Surrej', and has, with other issue, a son, , 6. 1917.

JACKSON, Sir Thomas Graham, Bart., R. Ac,
F.S.A., LL.D., D.C.L.— Cr. 1913.

Only surviving son of Hugh Jackson, Esq., Solicitor,
of Hampstead, who d. 1881, by Elizabeth, who d. 1880,
eldest dau. of the late Thomas Graham Arnold, Esq.,
M.D., of Stamford ; b. 1835 ; m. 1880 Alice Mary, who
d. 1900, youngest dau. of the hite William Lambarde,
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Beechmont, Kent. Sir Thomas
Jackson, who was educated at Brighton Coll. and at
Wadham Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. Fellow
1804-80, Hon. Fellow 1882, Hon. LL.D. Cambridge
19UI, Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 1911), and elected an Asso-
ciate R.Ac. 1892 and E.Ac. 1896, is an Architect, the
Author of many works on Architecture, and Associe de
I'Academie royale de Belgique; among a long list of
works which he has carried out are the restoration of
the Bodleian Library, the new Examination Schools at
Oxford and other important buildings at Oxford and
Cambridge, and of Winchester Cathedral, Christchurch
and Malvern Priories, Bath Abbey, &c. — Eagle House,
Wimbledon ; Athenaum, and R. Societies' Clubs, s.w.
Heir, his son Hugh Nicholas, Lieut, ret., late R. "Welsh

Fusiliers, and Capt. R.F.A., Special Reserve ; late Oapt.

3rd Batt. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire L.I. ; educated

at Winchester ; 6. 1881.

JACKSON, Adm. Sir Henry Bradwabdine,
G.C.B., K.C.V.O., F.R.S., M.I.E.E.— Cr.
K.C.V.O. 1906, K.C.B. 1910, G.C.B. 1916.

Eldest son of Henry Jackson, Esq., of Cndworth,
Yorkshire, who d. 1868, by Jane, who d. 1890, dau. of
the late Charles Tee, Esq., of Barnsley, Yorkshire; b.
1855; m. 1890 Alice Mary, eldest dau. of Samuel
Hawksley Burbury, Esq., F.R.S., Barrister-at-Law.
Sir Henry Jackson, who was educated at Chester
and at Stubbingtou, is an Adm., and a Grand Officer
of the Legion of Honour, and has the Grand Cross of
the Spanish Order of Naval Merit, the Grand
Cordon of the Japanese Order of the Eising Sun,
and the Eussian Order of the White Eagle; was
a Naval Attache 1897-9, Assistant Director of
Torpedoes 1902-3, a Lord Commissioner of the
Admiralty and Controller of the Navy 1905-8, A.D.C.
to King Edward VII. 1905-6, in command of the 3rd
Cruiser Squadron 1908, the 6th Cruiser Squadron
1908-10, and the E. Naval War Coll., Portsmouth,
1911-13, Chief of the War Staff at the Admiralty
1913 14, employed on Special Service there 1914-15,
1st Sea Lord of the Admiralty 1915-16, and Adm.-
President of the E. Naval Coll., Greenwich, 1916-
19 ; appointed First and Principal Naval A.D.C. to
H.M. King George V. 1917.— Naval and Military]
Club, w. ; Atlienaum Club s.w. ; 37, Catherine Street, I


JACKSON, Sir Frederick John, K.C.M.G.,
C.B.— Cr. 1913.

Son of the late John Jackson, Esq., of Oran, Yorkshire ;
b. 1860; m. 1904 Aline Louise, O.B.E., dau. of the
late William Wallace Cooper, Esq., of Dublin. Sir
Frederick Jackson, who was educated at Shrewsbury
School and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge, is a Grand
OflBcer of the Belgian Order af Leopold ; was a 1st
Class Assistant, Uganda Protectorate, 1894-1902;
Vice Consul there 1895-1902; Deputy Commissioner,
Uganda and E. Africa Protectorates, 1902-7; Lieut.-
Governor E. Africa Protectorate 1907-11, and Governor
and Commander-in-Chief of Uganda Protectorate 191 1-
n.— T/ie Red House, Aldeburgh, Suffolk; Savile, and
Isthmian Clubs, w.

JACKSON, Col. Sir Robert Whtte Melville,
K.C.M.G., K.B.E., C.B.— Cr. K.C.M.G.
1918, K.B.E. 1919.

Son of the late Eobert Jackson, Esq., Eegistrar-Gen.
of Shipping and Seamen; b. 1860; m. 1887 Frances
Mary, eldest dau. of the late Hugh MacTeinan, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of Heapstown, co. Sligo, and of Mount
Allen, CO. Leitrim. Sir Eobert Jackson, who was edu-
cated at Marlborough, is Col. Army Ordnance Depart-
ment, lal e E. Inniskilling Fusiliers ; was Chief Ord-
nance Officer, Orange Eiver Colony, and on Lines of
Communications in S. Africa 1900-1; Chief Ordnance
Officer S.Africa 1904-5; Assistant Director of Ord-
nance Stores, E. Command, 1905-7; Chief Ordnance
Officer E. Army Clothing Factory 1907-15 and has
been Director of Ordnance Services, with the temp,
rank of Brigadier-Gen., since 1915; has the Serbian
Order of the White Eagle. — 50, Hurlingham Court, s.w.

JACKSON, Adm. Sir Thomas Sturges,
K.C.V.O.— Cr. 1902.

Son of the late Eev. Thomas Jackson, Prebendary of
St. Paul's, by Elizabeth Prudence, who d. 1907, dau.
of the late Jonathan Fiske, Esq., of Oxford ; b. 1842 ;
m. 1st 1867 Helen L., who d. 1884, dau. of C. A.
Gordon, Esq., of Lahore; 2ndly 1892 Marian, 3rd dau.
of the Hon. W. H. Crane, of Sackville, New Bruns-
wick. Sir Thomas Jackson is an Adm. ret., and was
Superintendent of Devonport Dockyard 1899-1902.
— United Service Club, s.w.

JACKSON, Sir Cyril, K.B.E.— Cr. 1917.

Eldest son of Laurence Morris Jackson, Esq., of South
Park, Bodiam, Sussex, who rf. 1913, by Louisa Eliza-
beth, who d. 1915, dau. of the late Thomas
Craven, Esq.; b. 1863. Sir Cyril Jackson, who
was educated at Charterhouse and at New Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1885, M.A. 1888), and called to the Bar
at the Inner Temple 1893, was a Member of the Lon-
don School Board 1891-6; Inspector-Gen. of Schools
and Permanent Head of the Education Department,
W. Australia, 1896-1903; Chief Inspector of Schools,
Board of Education, 1903-5; a Member of the London
C.C. 1907-13, Chairman of the Education Committee
1908-10, Vice-Chairman of the Council 1911, an Aid.
L.C.C. 1913-16 and Chairman 1916; re-elected an
Aid. 1919; Acting Agent-Gen. in London for W.
Australia 1910; Chairman of the Advisory Committee
on the National Eegister 1915; Vice-Chairman of the
War Pensions Statutory Committee 1916-17 and one

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