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of the Chairmen of the Court of Arbitration 1918-19 ;
appointed Chairman of the Committee on Production
1918. — Bollards Shaw, Limpsfield, Surrey; Marl-
borough Club, s.w. ; Savile Club, w. ; 12, St. James's
Place, s.w.




JACKSON, Professor Sir Herbert S.,
K.B.E., F.R.S.— Cr. 1917.

Son of tho late Samuel Jackson, Esq.; b. 1863;
m. 1900 Amy, oldest dau. of the late James
Collister, Esq. Sir Herbert Jackson was Assistant
Professor, King's Coll., London, 1902-5; Professor of
Organic Chemistry there 1905-U and Daniell Pro-
fessor of Chemistry, London Univ., King's Coll., 1914-
18; has been a Fellow of King's Coll. since 1907;
is Chemical Adviser to the Optical and Glassware
Branch of the Ministry of Munitions and a Director
of the British Scientific Instrument Research Associa-
tion. — Athenrsum Cliifi, s.w. ; Savile Club, w. ; 49,
Lansdowne Road, Holland Park, w.

JACKSON, Major-Gen. Sir Louis Charles,
K.B.E., C.B., C.M.G.— Cr. 1918.
Son of Sir Louis Steuart Jackson, CLE., Bengal Civil
Service, who d. 1890, by Louisa Maria, who d. 1908,
dau. of the late Lieut .-Gen. William Staveley, C.B. ; b.
1856; m. 188-5 Bessie, dau. of the late William Vivian,
Esq., D.L. Sir Louis Jacks-on, who was educated at
Somersetshire Coll., Bath, and at the K. Mil. Academy,
Woolwich, is an Hon. Major-Gen. ret., late Col.
R.K. ; was A.D.C. to the Governor and Commander-in-
Chief of Antigua 1882-3; Instructor in Fortification
at the School of Mil. Engineering 189.5-1902; em-
ployed on Yola-Chail Boundary Commission 1902-4 ;
an Assistant Director at Headquarters 1907-10 ; Chief
Engineer London Dist. 1910-13; an Assistant Di-
rector at the War Office 1914-15 and Controller of
the Trench Warfare Research Department, Ministry
of Munitions, 1915-17. — United Service Club, s.w.

JACKSON, Sir Robert William, Knt., C.B.
— Cr. 1882.

Son of the late Matthew Henry Jackson, Esq., by Char-
lotte, dau. of the late William Troy, Esq., of Lucan, co.
Dublin; b. 1827; m. 1st 1860 Anne, who d. 1888, dau.
of John Jones Simpson, Esq.; 2ndly 1891 Gertrude
Gelston, dau. of Robert P. Daye, Esq. Entered the
Army Medical Dept. 1854, became a Brigade Surgeon
1881, and retired, with hon. rank of Deputy Surgeon-
Gen., 1882; was in medical charge of field-hospital
in Ashanti in 1873. — Eglinion, New Grove Avenue,
Sandy mount, Dublin.

JACKSON, Sir John, Knt., C.V.O., LL.D.,
F.R.S.E., F.R.G.S.— Cr. 1895.

Youngest son of the late Edward Jackson, Esq., of
York; b. 1851; m. 1876 Ellen Julia, youngest dau. of
the late George Myers, Esq., of London. .Sir John
Jackson, who was educated at York and at Edinburgh
Univ., is a Magistrate for Devonshire, a civil engineer
and one of the largest contractors for public works ;
■was contractor for a large portion of the Manchester
Ship Canal, Dover Commercial Harbour, the Govern-
ment Harbours and Docks at Devonport, Simon's Bay,
S. Africa, and Singapore, and for the Tyne Breakwater
and other large Works ; has recently completed the rail-
way from Arica, Chile, across the Andes to La Paz,
Bolivia, and the new Naval Harbour at Ferrol, Spain,
and is at present busily engaged upon the great
Euphrates 'Tigris Irrigation Scheme, the Government
Harbour at Singapore, Harbour Works in Canada, &c. ;
sat as M.P. for Devonport Jan. 1910-1918; has the


and the Chilian Order of Merit, 1st Class.— Henfey
Park, Henley-on-Thames ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; R.
Yacht Squadron, Cowes ; R. Western Yacht Club of Eng.
land, and R. South Western Yacht Club, Plymouth ;
48, Belgrave Square, s.w.

JACKSON, Major Charles Lionel Atkins
WARD-, of Normanby Hall, Yorksbire.
Elder surviving son of the Rev. AViUiam Ward-Jack-
son, M.A., J.P., of Normanby Hall, who d. 1874, by
his 2nd wife Charlotte (who m. 2ndly 1875 Nicholas
Robert Slane Fleming, Esq., J. P., who d. 1908), only
dau. of the late Charles Henry Minchin, Esq., J. P., of
Ballymount House, oo. Tipperary ; b. 1869; s. his
brother William 1874 ; m. 1908 Florence Olga, dau. of
James Bennett, Esq., and of Mrs. Onslow Traherne,of
Mill House, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire. Major
Ward-Jackson,wlio was educated at Eton, is a Magistrate
for the N. Riding of Yorkshire, an Hon. Capt. in the
Army, and Major ret. T.F. Reserve, late Princess of
Wales's Yorkshire Hussars Yeo. ; formerly Lieut. 3rd
Batt. Princess of Wales's Yorkshire Regt. ; elected
M.P. for the Leominster Div. of Herefordshire 1918.
— Normanbt/ Hall, Normanby R.S.O., K Yorkshire;
Carlton, White's, and Boodle's Clubs, s.w. ; Cavalry
Club, w.

JACKSON, the Rev. Edmund, of Gilmorton,
Eldest and only surviving son of the late Edmund
Jackson, Esq., of Castle Park, Lancaster, Patron of
Gilmorton; b. 1845 ; m. 1879 Eliza Williams, 2nd dau.
of the late Rev. William Law, Rector of Marston
Trussell, and has, with other issue, * William Edmund,
educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1903); b.
1880. Mr. Jackson was educated at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge (B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871), and is Rector of
Gilmorton. — Gilmorton Rectory, Lutterworth.

JACKSON, Major Geobge Ebskine, O.B.E.,
M.C, of Kirkbuddo, Forfarshire.

Only surviving son of Deputy-Surgeon-Gen. James
Eawlinson Jackson, I.M.S., who d. 1887, by Alice,
who d. 1916, dau. of the late Henry Gaunter, Esq., of
Ashburton, Devonshire ; b. 1872. Major Jackson,
who was educated at Haileybury Coll. and at C.C.C.,
Oxford (B.A. 1895), and admitted a Writer to H.M.'s
Signet, Edinburgh, 1898, is a J.P. and O.S. for For-
farshire and Major Fife and Forfar Yeo., T.D. —
Kirkb7iddo, Forfar ,• 23, Rutland Square, Edinburgh;
New.jmd University Clubs, Edinbtirgh.

JACKSON, John Thomas, Esq., of Trebnr-
vaugh, Radnorshire; and of The Hurstead,

Eldest son of John Jackson, Esq., of Oldham, Lan-
cashire, who d. 1860, by Emma, who (/. 1877, dau. of
the late Benjamin Godwin, Esq., of Congleton,
Cheshire; b. 1841 ; m. 1866 Sarah, dau. of the late
Bartholomay Prockter, Esq., of Oldham, Lancashire,
and has, with other issue, a son, * Alfred, b. 1878 ; m.
1915 Hilda, only dau. of Adolf George O'Neill, Esq.,
J.P., of Marland Grange, Lancashire. Mr. Jackson
is a Magistrate for Lancashire and for Radnorshire
(High Sheriiri905).— 7%c Hurstead, Rochdale, Lajica-
shire; Treburvaugh, Llangunllo, Radnorshire.

JACKSON, Miss, of Swordale, Ross-shire.

Annie Constance, elder dau. of Handle Jackson, Esq.,
J.P. and*D.L., of Swordale, formerly Major Fife
Light Horse and Capt. 8th Hussars, who d. 1902, by
Emily Margaret, 5th dau. of the late Edward Baxter,
Esq., of Kincaldrum, Forfarshire. — Swordale, Evanton,





JACKSON, Mrs., of Cara House, co.

Monaglian ; and of Pernsboro', co.

Margaret Ida, elder dau. of Theodore Kellett, Esq.,
of Bridgesfort, co. Meath, who d. 1900, by Annie
Elizabeth, who d. 1905, 2iid dau. of the late Edward
Kellett, Esq., M.D.. of Drumroo, co. Monaghan ;
m, 1890 Samuel Kidd Jackson, Esq., of Cara House,
and of Fernsboro', a J.P. for cos. Monaghau (High
Sheriff 189.5) and Fermanagh, who was High Sheriff
of CO. Longford 1902, and who d. 1911, leaving, with
other issue, a son, * Henry Kellett, temp. Lieut. 9th
(Service) Batt. R. Irish Fusiliers ; educated at Kossall
School and at Trinity Coll., Dublin ; b. 1895. —Cara
House, Clones, co. Monaghan.

JACKSON, Mrs., of Stubben Edge, Derby-
Florence, dau. of the late William Evans, Esq., of
Cornwall Gardens, London ; m. 1869 John Peter
Jackson, Esq., of Stubben Edge (youngest son of Sir
"William Jackson, 1st Bart., of Birkenhead, Cheshire),
a J.P. for Derbyshire, who d. 1899, and has, with other
issue, an only son, * John Bertram, an Hon. 2nd Lieut,
in the Army and Lieut. Territorial Force Eeserve,
attached to 5th Batt., previously Lieut. 3rd Batt.
Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Eegt. (Sherwood
Foresters) ; educated at Harrow and at B.N.C.,

Oxford; 6. 1878; m. 1916 Dora, only dau. of

Pullinger, Esq., of Alton, Hampshire. — Stubben Edge,
Ashover, Chesterfield.

JACKSON, Nicholas Goddard, Esq., of
Duddington, Northamptonshire.
Third and eldest surviving son of William Goddard
Jackson, Esq., J.P., of Duddington, who d. 1906,
by Selina Barbara Maria, 3rd dau. of the late Lieut.-
Gen. William Augustus Johnson, M.P., of Wytham-
on-the-Hill, Lincolnshire; 4. 1868; m. 1895 Jessie
Spencer, 4th dau. of the late Augustus des Monstiers
Campbell, Esq., of Oakley House, Abingdon, Berk-
shire, and has had, with other issue, Nicholas William
Goddard (elder son), Lieut, (on probation) 3rd Batt.
Northamptonshire Regt., attached to 1st Batt. ; b.
1896, and killed in action 1916; and * Arthur Francis
Goddard (younger son), b. 1906. Mr. Jackson, who
was educated at Cheltenham Coll., was formerly
Lieut. 3rd (Cambridgeshire) Vol. Batt. Suffolk Regt.
— Duddington, Stamford.

+ JACKSON, Oliver Cuff, Esq., of Portland,
CO. Mayo.
Elder son of George Humphrey Jackson, Esq., of
Portland, who d. 1895, by Charity Jane Adelaide, who
d. 1905, elder dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. William
Knox Orme, formerly lOthLancers, and 10th (Lincoln-
shire) Regt. ; b. 1890. — Fortland, Crossmolina, co.Mayo.
Heir Pres., his brother William John Humphrey, b. 1892.

JACKSON, Thomas Hughes, Esq., of Manor
House, Birkenhead, Cheshire.
Third son of Sir William Jackson, 1st Bart., of
Manor House, Birkenhead, and of Llantilio, Monmouth-
shire, who d. 1876, by Elizabeth, who d. 1875, dau.
of the late Lieut. Thomas Hughes; b. 1834; m.
1862 Hermine, who d. 1897, dau. of the late Daniel
Meinertzhagen, Esq., and has, with other issue,
a son, * the Right Hon. Frederick Huth {whom see).
Mr. Jackson, who was educated at Harrow, is a J.P.
for Cheshire and for Birkenhead. — Manor House,
Birkenhead ; Reform, and National Liberal Clubs, s.w. ;
City Liberal Club, R.c.

JACKSON. See Allerton ; BenneH,of Bennett's Court;
and Morton- Jackson.



JACOB, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Claud William,
K.C.B., K.C.M.G. — Cr. K.C.B. 1917,
K.C.M.G. 1919.

Eldest son of Major-Gen. William Jacob, u.s.l. Indian
Army, of Brooklands, Tavistock, Devonshire, who d.
1917, by Eliza, dau. of the late Rev. George Andrew
Jacob, D.D., of Teignmouth ; b. 1863; m. 1894 Clara
Pauline, dau. of the Rev. Joseph Light Wyatt, M.A.,
Rector of Brandon, Suffolk. Sir Claud Jacob, who was
educated at Sherborne and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand-
hurst, is a Lieut.-Gen. Indian Army, a Comm. of the
Legion of Honour, and a Grand Officer of the Belgian
Order of the Crown; was Col. on the Staff 1914-15
and in command of a Brigade 1915, of a Div. 1916,
and of an Army Corps in France 1916-19; has the
Russian Order of Vladimir, 4th Class, with Swords,
and the French and Belgian Croix de Guerre. — Naval
and Military Club, w. ; c/o India Office, }Vhitehall, s.w.

JACOB, Sir Lionel Montague, K.C.S.L,
M.I.C.B.— Cr. 1911.

Fourth son of Major-Gen. Herbert Jacob, Bombay
Army, who d. 1890, by Man', who d. 1892, dau. of the
late Col. John Bell Dunsterville; b. 1853; m. 1890
Minnie Winstanley, eldest dau. of the late Joseph
Rushton, Esq. Sir Lionel Jacob, who was educated
at Lansdown Coll., Bath, and at the R. Indian
Engineering Coll., Coopers Hill, and entered the
Public Works Department, India, 1875, was Chief
Engineer and Secretary to the Government of Burma,
Public Works Department, and M.L.C., Burma, 1 903-
6, Inspector-Gen. of Irrigation in India 1905-6,
Secretary to the Government of India 1905-11 and
a Member of the Council of the Governor-Gen.
1910-11.— East Lidia United Service Club, s.vr.; 37,
Queen's Mansions, Victoria Street, s.w.

JACOB, Mary Catherine, Lady.

Dau. of the late Robert Brown, Esq., of Edinburgh ;
m. 1874 Col. Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, K.C.I.E.,
C.V.O., u.s.l. Indian Army, who was formerly a Super-
intendent Public Works Department, India, and Engi-
neer to the State of Jeypore 1867-98, and who was cr.
K.C.I.E. 1902 and d. IQlY.-c/o H. S. King d Co., 9,
Pall Mail, s.w.


Hermine Elizabeth Frederica, dau. of the late Gustav
G. Leipmann, Esq., of Glasgow ; m. 1883 Sir
James Alfred Jacoby, a J.P. for co. London, who
was formerly President of the Nottingham Chamber of
Commerce, a Member of the Town Council 1876-1909,
Sheriff 1877-8, and M.P. for Derbyshire, Mid. Div.,
1885-1909, and who was cr. Knt. 1906, and d. 1909.
— Oakhill House, Nottingham.

JACSON, the Rev. Owen Fitzherbert, of
Tedsmore Hall, Shropshire.
Youngest son of the Rev. Edward Roger Jacson, Rector
of Thruxton, Herefordshire (7th son of the late George
Jacson, Esq., of Barton Hall, Lancashire), who rf. 1870,
by Marianne Eliza Frances, who d. 1913, only dau. of
the late Thomas Bulkeley Bulkeley-Owen, Esq., of
Tedsmore Hall; *. 1861; s. his brother Col. (temp.




Brigadier-Gen.) Mainwaring George Jaeson, late
Devonshire Regt., 1915; m. 1900 the Hon. Susan
Helen Littleton, 3rd dau. of Edward George Percy,
3rd Lord Hatherton, and has, with other issue, a son,
*Owen Mainwaring, b. 1902. Mr. Jacson, who was
educated at Marlborough, at Ch. Ch., Oxford, and at
Lichfield Theological Coll., was Rector of Moreton Say,
Shropshire, 1897-1909, and Vicar of Chipping Canip-
den. Rector of Aston-sub-Edge, and Rural Dean of
Campden, Gloucestershire, 1909-15.— Tedsmore Hall,
Oswestry, Shropshire.

JAPPfi, Sir Otto, Kat.— Or. 1900.

Third sou of the late Daniel Joseph JaffS, of Belfast, by
Fridericke, who d. 1909, dau. of the late J. Josephy ;
b. 1846; m. 1879 Paula,, dau. of Moritz Hertz. Sir
Otto Jaff^, who was educated at Holywood and in
Switzerland (Hon. LL.D. Queen's Univ., Belfast, 1907),
is a Magistrate for Belfast, and was Lord Mayor
1899 and 1904, and High Sheriff 1901.— /Cm Edar,
Belfast ; 10. Donegal Square South. Belfast; R. Societies'
Chth, s.w. ; Ulster Reform Cluh, Belfast.

JAFPRAY, Sir William Edmund, Bart., of
Skilts, Warwickshire.— Cr. 1892.
Second son of Sir William Jaffi-ay, 2nd Bart., who d.
1914, by his 2nd wife Alice Mary, who d. 1917, dau. of
Francis Galloway, Esq., of Hereford; b. 1895; s. his
brother Sir John Henry Jaffray, 3rd Bart., Lieut. Wor-
cestershire Yeo., who was killed in action, 1916 ; edu-
cated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll.. Sandhurst; is
Lieut, h.p. 1st Dragoon Guards, and Patron of 1
living. — Skilts Studley, Wartcickshire ; Naval and
Military Club, w. I

JAMES, Sir John Kingston Fullarton, Bart. —
Cr. 1823.

Eldest son of Francis Edward James, Esq., who d.
1886, by Helen Donald, who d. 1917, only childof the
late John FuUarton, Esq. ; b. 1852 ; s. his uncle Sir John
Kingston James, 2nd Bart., 1%9Z.— Windham Cfa6,s.w.
Heir Pres., his brother Gavin Fullarton (irhom see).

JAMES, Sir Henry Evan Murchison, K.C.I.E.,
C.S.I.— Cr. 1901.

Third son of William Edward James, Esq., of Barrock
Park, Cumberland, who d. 1879, by Elizabeth, dau. of
the late William Hill, Esq., of Ryhope, co. Durham ;
b. 1846. Educated at Durham School; appointed
.to the Bombay Civil Service 1865; Under-Sec. to the
Government of Bombay 1873 ; Postmaster-Gen. Bombay
1875; of Bengal 1880; Director-Gen. of the Post
Office 1884; Senior Collector and Magistrate Alimed-
abadl888; Commissioner 1890, and Commissioner in
Sind 1892 ; was an Additional Member of the Governor-
General's Council 1895-98, and Acting Member of
Council, Bombay, 1898-99; retired 1900; appointed
a Member of the Port of Spain Commission 1903. —
GUnshee, Cambridge Park, Twickenham i Carlton,
and East Iiidia United Service Clubs, s.w.

-f JAMES, the Hon. Sir Walter Hartwell,
Knt., K.C.— Cr. 1907.

Son of Edward Senior James, Esq., of Perth, Western
Australia; 6. 1863; m. 1892 Gwyneforde, O.B.E.,
dau. of the late James Hearder, Esq., M.D., of
Carmarthen. Sir Walter James, who was educated
at Perth St.ate and High School, admitted a Solicitor
and called to the Bar in Western Australia 1888, and
became a K.C. 1902, was M.L.A. of Western Australia

1894-1904, Minister withoutportfolio 1901-2, Premier
and Attorney-Gen. I902-t, and Agent-Gen. in London
1904-6.— PeriA, Western Australia : Weld Club, Perth.

JAMES, Sir Edward Burnet, Knt.— Cr. 1908.
Youngest son of Stephen James, Esq., of Bristol, and
Chew Magna, Somerset, who d. 1873, by Mary, dau. of
the late George Busli, Esq., of Bristol; b. 1857; m.
1883 M.abel Amelia, dau. of the late Sir George
William Edwards, of Bristol. Sir Edward James is a
J.P. for the City and co. of Bristol (Councillor 1891-
1906, High Sheriff 1900-1, Lord Mayor 1904-5 and
1907-8, and Aid. 1906-13), and a Director of the
Imperial Tobacco Co. of Great Britain and Ireland
Ltd., and was a Member of the Bristol Corporation
1 89 U 1 9 1 3, Master of the Society of Merchant Venturers
1895, and President of the Colston Dolphin Society
1906-7. — Spring fort. Stoke Bishop, Bristol; Constitu-
tional Club, Bristol.

JAMES, Alfred, Esq., of Edgeworth Manor,
Fourth son of Francis James, Esq., of Edgeworth
Manor, who d. 1895, by Ann, who d. 1884, only dau.
of the late William Green, Esq., of Londonderry ;
b. 1864 ; s. his brother Arthur John James, Esq.,
J.P., 1914. Mr. James, who was educated at Win.
Chester and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (3.A. 1886,
M.A. 1891), is Lord of the Manor of Edgeworth
and Patron of 2 livings. — Edgeworth Manor, near
Cirencester, Gloucestershire ; New University Club, s.w.

JAMES, Major Charles Ashton, of Barrock
Park, Cumberland.
Second son of William Edward Ashton James, Esq.,
J.P., of Barrock Park, who d. 1 884, by Annabella Emily,
who d. 1916, youngest dau. of the late Comm. Peter
Wybergh, R.N., of Isell, Cumberland; b. 1876; s. his
brother Capt. William Wybergh James, 20th Hussars,
1906; m. 1912 Evelyn Lilian, only dau. of Lewis
Pendarves Kekewich, Esq., formerly of Kidbrooke
Park, Sussex, and has, with other issue, a son, * Peter
Charles, b. 1916. Major James is Major r26th Balu-
chistan Infantry, Indian Army ; appointed a Road Com-
mandant, -with the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col., 1916. —
United Service, and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; Junior
Naval and Military Club, w.

JAMES, Edward Frank Willis, Esq., of West
Dean Park, and Binderton House, Sussex.
Only .son of William Dodge James, E.sq., C.V.O., J.P.
and D.L., of West Dean Park, and Binderton House,
who d. 1912, by Evelyn Elizabeth, a Lady of Grace
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem (who m. 2ndly
1913 Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. John Chaytor
Brinton, D.S.O., M.V.O., Reserve of Officers, late 2nd
Life Guards), eldest dau. of Sir Charles John Forbes,
4th Bart., of Newe, Aberdeenshire; b. 1907. Mr.
James, to whom H.M. King Edward VII. stood sponsor,
is a Lord of the Manors of West Dean and Binderton.
— Residence : Monkton House, Chilgrove.

JAMES, Gavin Fullarton, Esq., of Kerelaw,

Second son of Francis Edward James, Esq. (2nd son
of Sir John Kingston James, 1st Bart.), who d. 1886,
by Helen Donald, who d. 1917, only child of the lata
John Fullarton, Esq , granddau. of the late Rev. John
Fullarton, of Dairy, Ayrshire, and niece of the late
Gavin Fullarton, Esq., of Kerela-w; 4.1859. Mr. James,
who was educated at Cheltenham Coll. and at Gonville
and Cains Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1887),


was called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1883.— f/o
Messrs. Garment, Wedderhurn ^ JVatson, 2, Glenfinlas
Street, Edinhurgh.

JAMES, Lieut.-Col. John, of Bryn Curl, Here-

Eldest son of the late John James, Esq., of Presteign,
Radnorshire, by Martha, dau. of the late Thomas May-
bery, Esq., of Brecon; b. 1845; m. 1870 Annie, 3rd
dau. of the late Edward James, Esq., M.D. Lieut.-Col.
James is a J.P. for cos. Hereford, Brecon, and Radnor
(High Sheriff 1888), and Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col.
late 3rd Batt. S. Wales Borderers. — £rt/7i Curl, Lyon-
shall, Kington.

JAMES, Mrs. Powell, of Chapel House,

Mary Annie, only dau. of W. Lees, Esq., of Shropshire,
who d. 1899, by Maria, dau. of the late T. Clee, Esq.,
of Shropshire ; m. 1st 1888 William Thomas Powell,
Esq., of Chapel House, who was formerly Lieut. R.N.,
and High Sherift of Breconshire 1891, and who d.
1903 ; 2ndly 1905 Meurig James, Esq., who d. 1910.-
Chapel House, near Builth, Breconshire.

JAMES, William Fredeeick Llotd, Esq.,
formerly of Pantsaison, Pembrokeshire.
Only son of Robert Lloyd James, Esq., of Pantsaison,
who (/. 1886, by Ellen Sophia, who d. 1875, eldest dau.
of Frederick William Docker, Esq., of Menai View,
Upper Bangor; h. 1873; m. 1st 1906 Elizabeth, who
d. 1911, youngest dau. of the late Henry Wallace,
Esq., of Upper Mallow Street, Limerick; 2ndly 1912
Lillie Josepha, 3rd dau. of the late Capt. Edward
Halford Pierce Elderton, J.P., formerly The
Cameronians, of Jfnockboyne, co. Meath. Mr. James
was educated at the R. Naval School. — Hillcote, Hoar-
withy, Herefordshire ; Cardigan and County Cluh,

JAMES. See Northbourne.

JAMESON. See McCuUoch- Jameson.

-f JAMESON, John, Esq., of St. Marnock's, co.

Eldest son of John Jameson, Esq., of St. Marnock's,
who d. 1881, by Anne, dau. of the late William
Haig, Esq., Provost of St. Andrews, N.B.; b. 18—;
m. 1870 Mary Elizabeth, who d. 1918, eldest dau. of
the late Thomas Collins Banfield, Esq. Mr. Jameson
is M.A. of Trinity Coll., Dublin, and a J.P. and D.L.
for CO. Dublin (High Sheriff l8S0).—St. MarnocKs,
near Malahide, co. Dublin.

JAMESON-DAVIS, Henry, Esq., of Killabeg
House, CO. Wexford.
Second son of Abraham Grubb Davis, Esq., of Fair-
field, CO. Wextord, who d. 1902, by Helen, who d.
1906, dau. of the late Andrew Jameson, Esq., of Fair-
field; b. 1854; m. 1898 Emma Elizabeth, dau. of the
late Samuel Davis, Esq., of Killabeg House, and has
a dau., Helen Emma. Mr. Jameson-Davis, who
was educated at Monart Rectory by the late Dean
of Ferns, is a Magistrate for co. We^cford (High
Sheriff 1911 and on the roll for l921').~Killabeg
House, Enniscorthy, co. Wexford ; R. Automobile, and
Hurlingham Clubs, s.w. ; Stephen's Green Club, Dublin ;
B. Irish Yacht Club, Kingstown; 106, Shaftesbury
Avenue, w.

JAPP, Sir Henet, K.B.E.— Cr. 1918.

Fourth son of James William Japp, Esq., of Montrose,
Forfarshire, who d. 1910, by Isabella, who d. 1903, dau.



of the late David Middleton, Esq., of Montrose ; b.
1869; m. 1st 1899 Lizzie, who d. 1911, 2nddau.of the
late David Hodge, Esq., of Dundee, Forfarshire ; 2ndly
1915 Kathie, eldest dau. of the late Robert W. Suther-
land, Esq, of Montreal, Canada. Sir Henry Japp, who
was educated at Montrose Academy and at Univ. Coll.,
Dundee (M.Inst. C.E.; M. Am. Soc. C.E. ; M. Can.Soc.
C.E.), is Director in charge of the Production Depart-
ment Ministry of Munitions, and a Member of the
British War Mission to U.S.A.— 799, East 1 7th Street,
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. ; Room 1638, 120, Broad-
way, New York. U.S.A.; Bankers' Club, New York;
Engineers' Club, Montreal; Ministry of Munitions,
Whitehall Place, s.w.

JAQUES, Mrs., of Horsenden House, Buck-

Mary Clara, eldest dau. and heiress of the Rev. William
Edwards Partridge, J.P., of Horsenden House, who d.
1886, by Lucy Olivia Hobart, who d. 1870, only dau.
of the late Thomas Oliver Anderdon, Esq., Q.C. ;
m. 1885, as his 2nd wife, Leonard Jaques, Esq., of
Easby House, Yorkshire, a J.P. for the N. and W.
Ridings of Yorkshire and for Buckinghamshire, who d.
1916, and had a dau., Agatha Mary Leonora, m. 1914
Capt. Cecil Stuart Goldingham.R.M.L.L, and d. 1919,
leaving, with a dau., a son, * Charles Antony, b. 1918.
Mrs. Jaques is Patron of 1 living. — Horsenden House,
Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire.

JAQUES, Robert Haeold Whetham, Esq., of
Easby House, Yorkshire.
Elder son of Leonard Jaques, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of Easby House, who d. 1916, by his 1st wife
Agatha Eliza, who d. 1882, elder dau. of the late
Alexander Boddam- Whetham, Esq., of Kirklington
Hall, Nottinghamshire; b. 1875; m. 1918 Bertha
Mary Juliet, youngest dau. of Paul Edgar Tiohborne
Hibbert.Esq., of Ashby St. Ledgers.Northamptonshire,
and of Braywick Lodge, Berks. Mr. Jaques, who was
educated at the Lower School, Uppingham, and at Eton,
and was formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. Alexandra, Princess
of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt., subsequently Lieut.
T.F. Reserve, and temp. Lieut. 31st Divisional Train,
R.A.S.C., 1915-17, is a Magistrate for the N. Riding
of Yorkshire, an Hon. Lieut, in the Army, Lord of the
Manors of Easby and Skeeby and Patron of 1 living.
—Easby House, Richmond, Yorkshire ; R. Automobile
Club, s.w. ; Radnor Club, Folkestone ; 8

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