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KEWLEY, Mrs., formerly of Hartwell House,

Mabel Alice, only surviving dau. of Edward Smalley
Potter, Esq., J.P., of Fulwood Park, Gloucestershire,
who d. 1884, by Alice Hamilton (who m. 2ndly 1885
Richard Thorold, Esq., late 10th R. Hussars, who d.
1904), dau. ot the late Rev. Edward B. Creek, Vicar of
Swanmore, Hampshire ; m. 1st 1894 Edward Dyke Lee,
Esq., of Hartwell House, and of Totteridge Park,
Hertfordshire, a J.P. for Buckinghamshire, and
formerly Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. Oxfordshire L.I., who
d.s.p. 1909 ; 2ndlj' 1917 Henry Mervyn Carleton Rigby
Kewley, Esq. — Barwick House, Yeovil, Somerset.

KEY, the Rev. Sir John Kingsmill Causton,
Bart., F.R.C.I., of Thornbury, Gloucester-
shire.— Cr. 1831.
Elder son of Sir Kingsmill Grove Key, 2nd Bart., by
his 1st wife Mary Sopliia, who d. 1855, 2nd dau. of
the late G. H. Hahn, Esq., of The Orchard, Wands-
worth ; h. 1853 ; s. 1899 ; m. 1891 Emily, dau. of the late
William Woodward, Esq., of Hardwick Bank. Sir
John Key, who was educated at Clifton Coll. and at
Lincoln Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1877, M.A. 1879), is
Canon of Zanzibar, and was a Missionary of the Univs.
Mission to Central Africa 1881-1904, Rector of Little
Wittenham, Berkshire, 1904-12, and Missionary at
Livingstone, N. Rhodesia, 1912-14; has been Perpetual
Curate of Moulsford,Berkshire,since 1915. — Moulsford
]ncarage, Berkshire.

Heir Pres., his haU-brother Kinprsmill James, educated at
Clifton Coll. and at Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1888) ; b.
' . of William Abercrombie, Esq.,


Evelyn, dau. of Signor Vincenzo Bartolucci ; m. 1st 1877,
as 2nd wife, Adm. the Right Hon. Sir Astley Cooper-
Key, who was cr. K.C.B. 1873, G.C.B. 1882, and d. 1888 ;
2ndly 1896 Maurice Ansell, Esq., Y.B,.G.S.—Beac07i!-
field Terrace, Hythe, Kent; 55, Elm Park Gardens, s.w.




KEY, Capt. William Henry, of Fulford Hall,
Eldest son of the Rev. Samuel Key, B.A., of Ful-
ford Hall, who d. 1863, by Harriet, dau. of the h
William Lumb, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Meadow Houi
Whitehaven, Cumberland; b. 1841; m. 1871 Mary
Catherine, who rf. 1917, 2nd dau. of the late Char" "
Reynard, Esq., of Nether Hall, Beverley, and has, with
other issue, an only surviving son, * Robert Ellis, a
J.P. for the E. Riding of Yorkshire, an Hon. and temp.
Lieut.-Col. in the Army, Capt. 3rd Batt. (temp. Major
6th Service Batt. 1914-16), and Capt. ret., late York
and Lancaster Regt. ; was temp. Lieut.-Col. Comm.
32nd (Service) Batt. R. Fusiliers 1916-17, and 89th
Batt. Training Reserve 1917-18; h. 1882; m. 1913
Violet Mabel, younger dau. of the late Lieut.-Col.
Charles Edward Parker-Jervis, formerly Durham L.I.
Capt. Kev, who was formerly Capt. 58th Regt., is
a J.P. for the E. Riding of Yorkshire, and Lord of
the Manor of Fulford.— F«//orrf Hall, York: York-
shire Club, York.

KEYES, Rear-Adm. Sir Roger John Beown-
Low, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., C.M.G., D.S.O.—
Cr. K.C.B., 1918, K.C.V.O. 1918.

Eldest surviving son of Gen. Sir Charles Patton Keyes,
G.C.B., J.P., late Indi.an Army, who d. 1896, by
Katherine Jessie, who d. 1916, 5th dau. of the late
James Korman, Esq.; b. 1872; m. 1906 Eva Mary
Salvin, eldest surviving dau. of the late Edward Salvin
Bowlby, Esq., of Gilston Park, Hertfordshire, and
of Knoydart, Inverness-shire. Sir Roger Keyes is
a Rear-Adm. and Acting Vice-Adm., Hon. LL.D.
Cambridge 1919, a Grand Officer of the Legion of
Honour and of the Belgian Order of Leopold ; has
the Orders of the Crown and St. Maurice and St.
Lazarus of Italy, and the Redeemer of Greece, and the
French and Belgian Croix de Guerre ; was in command
of H.M.S. " Fame " at the capture of Taku Forts 1 9n0;
Naval A.D.C. to Sir A. Gaselee at the relief of Pekin
1900; Naval Attach^ at Rome, Vienna, Athens, and
Constantinople 1905-7; Inspecting Capt. and Com-
modore in charge of Submarine Service 1910-15 ;
A.D.C. to H.M. King George V. 1914-17 ; Chief of the
Staff, E. Mediterranean Squadron, during the Darda-
nelles operations, 1916-16 ; serving with the Grand
Fleet 1916-17; Director of Plans, Admiralty, 1917;
Vice-Adm. Comm. Dover Patrol Jan. 1918-1919, and in
command of the operations against Zoebrugge and
Ostend April and May 1918 ; appointed to command
Battle Cruiser Squadron, Atlantic Fleet, \Q19.— Naval
and Military Club, w. ; Marlborotigh Club, s.w.

KEYES. See O'Malley-Keyes.

KEYSER, Charles Edward, Esq., F.S.A., of
Aldermaston Conrfc, Berks.
Only son of Charles Keyser, Esq., of The Warren House,
Stanmore, Middlesex, who d. 1892, by Margaret, who
d. 1890, younger dau. of the late Edward Blore, Esq.,
D.C.L., F.R.S., F.S.A., &c. ; b. 1847; m. 1871 Mary
Emma, dau. of Thomas Bagnall, Esq., J.P., of New-
berries, Herts, and has, with other issue, an only son,

, * Charles Norman, Lieut. 20th Hussars, Special
Reserve ; late Lieut. 20th Hussars ; educated at Eton ;
b. 1885; m. 1916 Grace, elder dau. of Col. Walter
Thornton, formerly 3rd Batt. R. Berkshire Regt., of
Maidenhatch, Pangbourne, Berkshire, and has 2 daus.
Mr. Keyser, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873), is a J.P. for
Hertfordshire, a J.P., D.L. and C.C. for Berks (High
Sheriff 1898), Lord of the Manor of Aldermaston, and
Patron of 1 living. — Aldermaston Court, near Reading,
Berks; Carlton, and United University Clubs, e.w. ;
Junior Constitutional Chib, w.

KIDD, Henet, Esq., formerly of Lowood, and
Bridgend House, Roxburghshire.

Second sou of Robert Charles Kidd, Esq., of Lowood
and Bridgend House, Lieut. 9th Lancers, who d. 1866,
by Mary Jane, youngest dau. of the late Rev. George
Mason, of Cuckney, Notts; b. 1862; m. 1897 Lady
Mary Kerr, 3rd dau. of Scliomberg Henry, 9th Mar-
quis of Lothian, and has, with 2 daus., a son, Robert
Charles Henry, b. 1899. Mr. Kidd is a J.P. and
D.L. for Roxburghshire, and was formerly Capt.
Lothians and Berwickshire Imp. Y'eo. and Lieut. Imp.
Yeo. in S. Africa.— iS;:. James's Club, w.

KIDSTON, Mrs., of Nyn Park, Hertfordshire.
Janet Maitland Bruce, dau. of the late James Bruce
Jardine, Esq., of Hallside, Lanarkshire ; m. 1868 John
Pearson Kidston, Esq., of Nyn Park, a J.P. for Lanark-
shire, who d. 1894. Mrs. Kidston is Patron of 1
living. — Ny7i Park, Potter's Bar, n.

Eeir, her husband's gre.at-nephew, George Pearson Glen [son
of Capt. Archibald Glen Kidston, 3rd Batt. The Black
Watch, who d. 1913, by Hetene (who m. 2ndly 1916 Lieut.-
Comm. Walter George Winiibam, R.N.), dau. of Spencer
Chapman, Esq.], Sub-Lieut. B.N. ; educated at the R.
Naval Colls, at Osborne and Dartmouth ; b. 1899.

KIGGELL, Lieufc.-Gen. Sir Launcelot Edward,
K.C.B., K.C.M.G. — Or. K.O.B. 1916,
K.O.M.G. 1918.
Only son cf Major Launcelot John Kiggell, J.P., late
S. Cork Militia, of Cahara, co. Limerick, who d. 1911,
by Meliora Emily, who d. 1903, youngest dau. of the
late Edward Brown, Esq., of Wilton House,co. Limerick;
b. 1862; m.l888EleanorRose,2nddau.ofthelateGoI.
Spencer Field, R. Warwickshire Regt.,andhas,withother
issue, a son, 'Launcelot Spencer, educated at the
United .Services Coll. ; b. 1890 ; m. 1915 Katherine
Christobel, 2nd dau. of Ernest Abuey Walker, Esq., of
Alnmouth, Northumberland, andhasason, *Lauucelot
John, A. 1916. SirLauncelot Kiggell, who was educated
at St. John's Coll., Newport, co. Tipperary, and at the
R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst (Hon. LL.D. St. Andrews
1919), is a Lieut.-Gen. late R. Warwickshire Regt. and
a Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour and of the
Italian Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus ; was
Offieer-in-Charge of Administration, Scottish Com-
mand, with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1909;
Director of Staff Duties at the War Office, with the
temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1909-13 ; Commandant
of the Staff Coll., with the temp, rank of Brigadier-
Gen., 1913-14; Assistant to the Chief of the Imp. Gen.
Staff 1915 and Chief of the Gen. Staff, B.E.F., 1915-
18 ; appointed Lieut.-Governor of Guernsey 1918 ; has
the Grand Cordon of the Japanese Order of the Sacred
Treasure and of the Order of the Crown of Belgium,
the Order of Danilo, 1st Class, and the Obilitch Medal
of Montenegro, and the Belgian Croix de Guerre. —
— Guernsey; Cahara, Glin,co. Limerick.

KIGGELL, of Cahara, co. Limerick. See


KILBRACKEN, Lord (Arthur Godlet,
G.C.B.).- Cr. 1909.

Only son of John Robert Godley, Esq., who d. 1861
(by Charlotte, who d. 1907, 2nd dau. of the late
Charles Wynne Griffith-Wynne, Esq., M.P., of Voelas,
Denbighshire, and of Cefnamwlch, Carnarvonshire),
and grandson of the late John Godley, Esq., of
Killegar; b. 1847; m. 1871 the Hon. Sarah James,
only dau. of Waher Charles, 1st Lord Northbourne.
Lord Kilbracken, who was educated at Rugby and at
Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874, Hon.
Fellow 1912, Fellow of Hertford Coll. 1874-81, Hon.
Fellow 1910), and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn



1876 was Private Secretary to the Right Hon. W. E.
Gladstone 1872-4 and 1880-2, a Commissioner of
Inland Revenue 1882-3 and Permanent Under-Secre-
tary of State for India 1883-19C9, and has been
Chairman of the Governing Body of Rngby School
since 1903 and a Trustee of the British Museum
since 1 9 1 1 .—KUlegar, KiUeshandra. Residence : South.
Hartfield House, 'Coleman's Hatch, Sussex ; Aihenaum
Club, s.w.

H:lr, his son Hagb John, caUed to the Bar at Mncoln's
Ini 1902 ; appointed a Junior Counsel to the Board of
Trade 1905, Assistant to the Parliamentary Counsel 1907
and 3rd Parliamentary OoUBsel to the Treasury 1917;
educated at Eton and at BalUol CoU., Oriord (B.A.
1901, M.A. 1909); 6.1877.

KILCONNEL, Lord. See under Clancarty.

KILGOFR, Innes William Thoenboekow, Esq.,
of Tulloch, and Balgaveny, Aberdeenshire.
Eldest son of William Thornborrow Kilgour, Esq., of
Tulloch, and Balgaveny, -ffho d. 1904, by Maud Ada
Steele, youngest dau. of Gen. James Charles Innes,
late Bengal Army ; ft. 188 3. Mr. Kilgour was educated
at Clifton Bank School, St. Andrews.— ruiiocA, Old
Meldrum, KB.

KILKELLY, Surgeon-Lieut.-Col. Chaeles
Randolph, C.M.G., M.V.O., of Drimcong,
CO. Galway.
Eldest son of Burgeon-Gen. Charles Edward Kilkelly
F.R.C.S., J.P., Ind! "" '" ' "" "^

Edwaeu Deane

Medical Service, of Drimcong,
ho d 1907, by Isabel, dau. of the late Sir Randolph
Isham Routh, K.C.B., of Montreal ; b. 1861 ; m. 1893
Florence Mary, 8th dau. of the late Hon. Henry William
Petre, D.L., of Springfield Lawn, Essex, and has had,
with a dau., 2 sons, Edward Charles Randolph, M.C.,
Lieut, and Acting Major R.F.A. ; b. 1895, and killed
iu action 1917; and » Francis Gerald, educated at the
R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1900. Surgeon-Lieut.-Col.
Kilkelly, who was educated at Downside, at Trinity
Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1882, M.B 1883, B.Ch. 188-t,
L.R.C.S.I. 1884, D.P.H. London), and in Vienna, was
Principal Medical Officer of the Portland and Transvaal
Imp. Yeo. Hospitals in S. Africa 1899-1902, and House
Governor and Medical Superintendent at the Officers'
Convalescent Home, Osborne, 1905-11, and is a Magis-
trate for eo. Galway (High Sheriff, 1914) and for
Hampshire, and Surgeon-Lieiit.-Col. Reserve of Officers,
late Grenadier Guards.— UnOTCon^r, Moyoullen, co. Gal-
way; Guards', and S. Automobile Clubs, s.w.;
University Club, Dublin.

KILLANIN, Lord (Maetin Heney Fitz-
Pateick MoREis).— Cr. 1900.

Eldest son of Michael, Lord Morris (a life peerage) and
1st Lord Killanin, P.C, by Anna, who d. 1906, dau.
of the late Hon. Henry George Hughes, a Baron of the
Exchequer in Ireland; b. 1867 ; s. 1901. Educated at
Trinity CoU.. Dublin (B.A. 1889, Hon. LL.D. R. Univ.
of Ireland 1909) ; called to the Bar at King's Inns,
Dublin, 1890, and at Lincoln's Inn 1892 ; is a J.P. for
CO. Cavan.H.M.'sLieut., a J.P., and C.C. for co. Galway,
a Commissioner of National Education in Ireland, and
a Governor of Univ. Coll., Galway ; was High Sheriff of
Galway 1897, M.P. for Galway 1900-1, and a Senator
of the R. Univ. of Ireland 190i-9.—Spiddal, co.
Galway; Carlton, and Athenaum Clubs, s.w.; Kildare
Street Club, Dublin; County Club, Galway; 15, St.
James's Court, Buckingham Gate, s.w.

Heir Pres., his nephew TJichael, only son of Lieut.-Col. the
Hon. George Henry Morris, Irish Guards, who d. (killed in
action) 1914, by Dora Marjau (who m. Sndly 1918 Capt.
and Brevet Lieut.-Ool. Gerard Prideaux Tharp, Reserve of
Officers, late 7th Batt. Hifle Brigade), 2nd dau. of the late
James We.sloy Hall, Esq., of Melbourne, Victoria ; 6. 1914.

KILLEElSr, Lord.

KILMAINE, Lord (John
Browne).— Cr 1789.

Only son of Francis William, 4th Lord, by Alice
Emily, elder dau. of the late Col. Deane Christian ,
Shute; b. 1878; s. 1907; m. 1901 Lady Aline
Kennedy, 2nd dau. of Archibald, 3rd Marquis of Ailsa.
Lord Kilmaine, who was educated at Magdalen Coll.,
Oxford, and elected a Representative Peer of Ireland
1911, is a J.P. and D.L. fur eo. Mayo.— TAc Neale,
CO. Mayo; Carlton Club, s.w.; Kildare Street Club,

Seir, his sou John Francis Archibald, b. 1902.

KILMARNOCK, Lord. See under Erroll.

KILMOREY, Earl of (Francis Charles
Adelbekt Heney Needham). — Cr. 1822.
Elder son of Francis Charles, 3rd Earl, K.P., by
Ellen Constance, a Lady of Grace of the Order of St.
John of Jerusalem, 2nd dau. of the late Edward
Holmes Baldock, Esq., M.P. ; b. 1883 ; s. 1915. The
Earl of Kilmorey, who was educated at Eton, and
elected a Representative Peer of Ireland 1916, was
formerly Capt. 1st Life Guards, and is a -D.L. for
CO. Down (High Sheriff 1914), and Capt. Reserve of
Officers, serving with Reserve Household Batt. —
Mourne Park, Kilkeel, co. Down ; Bachelors Club, w. ;
B. Yacht Squadron, Cowes; 5, Aldford Street, Park
Lane, w.

Heir Pres., his brother Francis Edward, Capt. Grenadier
Guards; educated at Eton; b. 1886; m. 1911 Blanche
Esther, eldest dau. of Richard Combe, Esq., of Pierrepont,
Surrey, and has, with other issue, a son, •Francis Jack
Kichard Patrick, b. 1915.

See under Fingall, Earl of.

KILPIN, Sir Eenest Fuller, K.C.M.G.—
Cr. 1910.

Only son of the Rev. Samuel Wells Kilpin, of Read-
ing, who d. 1854, by Elizabeth Ann, who d. 1904, dau.
of the late William Coles Fuller, Esq., of Kettering ;
b. 1854; m. 1880 Augusta, a Lady of the R. Red
Cross (1902), dau. of the late George WiUiam Pilkiug-
ton, Esq., of Capetown. Sir Ernest Kilpin, who was
educated in Weymouth and Reading, and entered the
Cape Civil Service in London 1874, is a J.P. for Cape
Province, and was Private Secretary to the Under
Colonial Secretary, Cape Colony, 18'76-8 and to the
Prime Minister 1878-80, Clerk Assistant of the House
of Assembly, Cape Colony, 1880-97 and Clerk 1897-
1910, and Chief Secretary of the S. African Union
Convention 1908-9. — Linford, Kenilworth, near Cape-
town ; Atithors' Club, s.w. ; Civil Service Club,

KIMBER, Sir Heney, Bart.— Cr. 1904.

Son of Joseph Kimber, Esq., of Canonbury, who d.

1893, bv Eliza, who d. 1894, dau. of the late George

Collie, Esq., of Carshalton, Surrey; b. 1834; m. 1860

Mary Adelaide, who d. 1901, dau. of the late Gen.

Charles Dixon, R.E. Sir Henry Kimber, who was

educated at Univ. Coll., London, and admitted a

Solicitor 1858, was First Prizeman of the Incorporated

Law Society, and M.P. for Wandsworth 1885-1913.—

Carlton, R. Automobile, and St. Stephen's Clubs, s.w. ;

City Carlton Club, e.g. ; Lansdowti Lodge, East Putney,

s.w. ; Albany Chambers, York Street, Westminster, s.w.

Heir, his son Henry Dixon, admitted a Solicitor 1887 ;

educated at Epsom Coll. and at Lincoln Coll., Oxford

(B.A. 1884, M.A. 1888); b. 1862; m. 1st 1890 Florence

Siirah, who d. 1907, only dau. of the late Charles Boyes Noel

Snewin. Esq. ; 2ndly 1910 Lucy Ellen, youngest dau. of the

late George William Crookes. Esq., and has had, with other

issue. Henry Cyril Dixon (elder son), temp. Lieut. 2nJ

London Div. Ammunition Column R.F.A. , late Lieut. 7th

London Brigade R.F.A., Territorial Force ; b. 1894, and d.

of wounds received in action 1916 ; and •Charles Dixon

(younger son), ». 1913.




KIMBERLET, Earl of (John Wodehouse).—
Cr. 1866.
Eldest son of John, Ist Earl, by Lady Florence, wliorf.
1895, dau. of Richard, 3rd Earl of Clare, ext. ; b. 18-tS;
». 1902; m. 1875 Isabel Geraldine, 5tli dau. of Sir'
Henry Josias Stracey, 5th Bart. The Earl of Kimberley, i
who was educated at Eton and at Trinitj' Coll., Cam-
bridge, is a J.P. and Vice-Chairman (elected 1912)
of the C.C. for Norfolk, and Patron of 6 livings.—
Kimberley House, Wymondkam, Norfolk; Witton Pari:,
North Walsham, Norfolk.

Heir, his son John, Lord Wodehouse, M.O., a Magistrate for '
Norfolk and Lieut. 16th Lancers : late King's Own R. Begt.
Norfolk Yeo. ; was M.P. for Mid-Norfolk 1906-Jan. 1910; I
has the Italian Oroee di Guerra : educated at Eton and at
Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; h. 1883. |

KINAHAN, Sir Edwaed Hudson HUDSON-, '
Bart., of Glenville, co. Cork.— Cr. 1887.
Eldest son of Sir Edward Hudson Hudson-Kinahan,
1st Bart., by Emily Isabella, dau. of the late Rev.
Daniel Dickinson, D.D. ; h. 1865; s. 1892. Educated;
at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Dublin ; is a Magistrate
for CO. Cork; late Lieut. 21st Hussars. — Glenville,
Fermoy,co. Cork; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. ; County
Club, Cork.

KINC AID - LENNOX. See Peanth . Kincaid .

KINCAID-SMITH, Col. Kenneth John, C.B.,

C.M.G., D.S.O., of Polmont Honse, :

Stirlingshire ; and of Aldingbourne

House, Sussex.

Son of Major John Kincaid-Smith, of Polmont House, [

who d. 1884, by Edith Elizabeth, who d. 1904, dau.

of the late Benjamin Harvey, Esq., of London; 4. j

1871, «. his brother Col. Ronald Kincaid-Smith, late

4th Hussars, 1907. Col. Kincaid-Smith, who was |

educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Academy, Wool- i

wich, is Lieut.-Col. and Brevet Col. R.A. — Naval mid

Military Club, w. ; Arthurs Club, s.w. ; 17, Queen

Street, w. 1

KINCARDINE, Earl of. See under Montrose,
Duke of. !

KINDER, the Rev. Edward Herring, of'

Harrytowu Hall, Cheshire.
Son of the Rev. Ralph Kinder, of Harrytown Hall,
and Kirby Bedon, Norfolk, who d. 1897, by Annette j
Sophia, who d. 1 896, dau. of the late Humphrey Herring,
Esq., of Burnham, Norfolk; b. 1856; m. 1886 Fanny
Emmeline, 5th dau. of the late Major William Robert j
FitzGerald, R.A., of Framingham Hall, Norfolk, and
has issue 3 daus. Mr. Kinder, who was educated at
B.N.C., Oxford (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883), was formerly '
Head Master of St. Ives School, and is Patron and
Rector of Kirby Bedon, Norfolk. — Kirby Bedon Sec-
tary, Norwich.

KINDERSLET, Sir Robert Molesvtoeth,
K.B.E.— Cr. 1917.

Second son of Capt. Edward Nassau Molesworth
Kindersley, of Sherborne, Dorsetshire, who d. 1907, by
Ada Good, who d. 1908, dau. of the late John Murray,
Esq., of London; b. 1872 ; m. 1896 Gladys Margaret,
4th dau. of the late Major-Gen. James Pattle Beadle,
R.E., of Worton Grange, Wiltshire. Sir Robert
Kindersley, who was educated at Repton, is a Partner
in Lazard, Bros. & Co. ; one of H.M's. Lieuts. for the
City of London ; a Member of the Court of the Fish-
mongers' Co. ; Governor of the Hudson's Bay Co. ;

Chairman of the National War Savings Committee,
an Officer of the Legion of Honour and a Comm. of the
I Belgian Order of Leopold ; has been a Director of the
Bank of England since 1914. — Langky House, Abbots
Langley, Hertfordshire ; Carlton Club, s.-w. ; E. Thames
Vavht Club, w. ; 49, St. James's Court, s.w.


Charles Porcher Wilson, of Clyffe,

Eldest son of Edward Leigh Kindersley, Esq., J.P.,
of ClyfFe, who assumed the additional surname of
i Porcher by deed poll 1901 and d. 1907, by Fanny
Maitland, who d. 1913, 4th dau. of the late Henry
Wilson, Esq., M.P., of Stowlangtoft Hall, Suffolk ; b.
18.57 ; m. 1st 1894 Jean Ramsay, who d. 1912, dau. of
the late Robert Barr Brown, Esq., of Ottawa, Canada ;
2ndly 1914 Mary Georgina, youngest dau. of the late
Rev. Frederick Cecil Alderson, M.A., Rector of Lutter-
worth, Leicestershire, and Canon of Peterborough, and
has, with other issue, a son, * Geoffrey Charles, b.
1898. Lieut.-Col. Kindersley-Porcher, who was edu-
cated at Harrow and at Trinity CoU., Cambridge, and
assumed the additional surname of Porcher by deed
poll 1914, was formerly Lieut. 7th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in
S. Africa, and is Capt. Reserve of Officers, Capt. ret.,
late Coldstream Guards, and Patron of 1 living ;
commanded 16th (Service) Batt. (C.L.B.) King's
E. Rifle Corps, with the temp, rank of Lieut.-
Col., 1914-15.— C'/y/«, Dorchester, Dorsetshire; British
Empire Club, s.w.

KING, Sir Gilbert, Bart., of Charlestown, co.

Roscommon. — Cr. 1815.
Elder son of Sir Gilbert King, 3rd Bart., of Charlestown,
by Mary, who d. 1892, dau. of the late Charles Vigogne,
Esq., of CO. Wicklow; b. 1846 ; «. 1895 ; m. 1st 1888
Charlotte, who d. 1892, dau. of Robert Heard, Esq. ;
2ndly 1897 Louise Scudder Ryall, younger dau. of the
late Lieut.-Col. Henry Baker Sweet, 39th Madras N.I.,
and has a dau., Mary Rowley. Sir Gilbert King, who
was educated at Blackheath Proprietary School and at
Trinity CoU., Dublin (B.A. 1869, M.A. 1873), was High
Sheriff of co. Roscommon 1 892, of co. Leitrim 1 894 and
1904, and of co. Sligo 1909. — Charlestovm, Drumsna,
CO. Boscommon; 21, Fitzviilliam Square, Dublin.

Heir Pres., his cousin George Adolphus, elder son of George
King, Esq., who d. 1876, by Frances Julia Andrews ; b.

KING, Sir Charles Simeon, Bt., of Corrard,
CO. Fermanagh. — Cr. 1821.
Only surviving son of the Rev. Sir James Walker King,
2nd Bt., by his cousin Anne Sophia, who d. 1883, eldest
dau. of the late Hulton Smj-th-King, Esq., of Borris
Castle, Queen's Co. ; b. 1840 ; s. 1874 ; m. 1891 Sophia
Louisa, dau. and heiress of the late Robert Snow Bolton-
Davis, Esq., J.P., of Swerford Park, Oxfordshire. — Cor-
rard, Lisbellaw, co. Fermanagh ; T!ie Highlands House,
St. Leo7iards-on-Sea.

KING, Sir John Westall, Bart., of Carstairs
House, Lanarkshire. — Cr. 1888.
Eldest son of Sir James King, 1st Bart., by Marian,
youngest dau. of the late William Westall, Esq., of
Streatham Common, Surrey; b. 1863; s. 1911 ; m.
1897 Frances Rosa, dau. of John Neve, Esq., of
Oaken, Staffordshire. Sir John King is a Magistrate
for cos. Lanark and Stirling and for the co. of the City
of Glasgow, and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. late Comm.
4th (Stirlingshire) Vol. Batt. Argyll and Sutherland
Highlanders. — Cars« House, Lanark ; Conservative
Club, s.w. ; Western Club, Glasgow.

Heir, his son James Granville !e Xeve, 6. 1898.


KING, Charlotte, Lady. See Armstrong.

KING, Sir Alexandee Freeman, K.C.B. —
Cr. 1911.

Son of the late Eer. William King, of Fordhara,
Essex; b. 1851. Sir Alexander King was Assistant
Secretary, Gen. Post Office, 1903-5 ; Joint 2nd Secre-
tary 1906-7; 2nd Secretary 1907-11, and Secretary
1911-14. — The Avenue, Beckenham.

KING, Sir (Henet) Seymour, K.C.I.E.,
F.R.G.S.— Cr. 1892.

Eldest son of Henry Samuel King, Esq., J.P., of Tlie
Manor House, Chigwell, Essex, who d. 1878, by Ellen,
youngest dau. of the late John Blakeway, Esq. ; 4. 1 852 ;
m. 1876 Julia Mary, a Lady of Grace of the Order of
St. John of Jerusalem, who d. 1918, youngest dau. of
the Eev. John Jenkins, D.D., of Montreal. Sir Seymour
King, who was educated at Charterhouse and at Balliol
Coll., Oxford (B.A. and M.A. 1880), is a Banker and
East India Agent, a Knight of Grace of the Order of St.
John of Jerusalem, one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City
of London, and a Governor of Charterhouse and was
Mayor of Kensington 1900-2, and M.P. for Hull
(Central Div.) lSii5-1911.—Atkeiiaum, Carlton, Con-
servative, and B. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; Savile, and
Alpine Clubs, w. ; if. Yacht Squadron, Cowes ; 25,
Cornwall Gardens, s.w.

KING, Dame Ethel LOCKE, D.B.E.— Cr.

1918. See Kitig, of Brooklands, Surrey.

KING, Sir Henry Clakk, Knt.— Cr. 1906.
Son of the Rev. Charles William King, of Durham,
who d. 1872, by Mary Anne Sophia, dau. of the late
Canon Douglas, of Durham; b. 1857; m. 1891 Ethel,
dau. of George Alderson-Smith, Esq., of Wheatcroft
Cliff, Scarborough. Sir Henry King, who was edu-
cated at Durham and at Marlborough, was admitted a
Solicitor in England 1880 and in India 1881.— 26,
First Avenue, Hove, Sussex ; Count!/ Club, Durham.

+ KING, Sir Charles Albert, Knt., C.B.—
Cr. 1912.

Son of the late Rev. W. King, of Fordham, Essex ;
b. 1853. Sir Charles King has been Comptroller and
Accountant-Gen. to the Gen. Post Office since 1901.—
Oakfield, Foxgrove Road, Beck

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