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au. of the late
James Houldsworth, Esq., of Coltness. Educated at
Repton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1870);
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1874 ; is a J. P. and
D.L. for CO. Hereford (High Sheriff 1885).— Residence:
Litley Court, Hereford; Oxford and Cambridge Club,s.vt.
Iltir, his son Christopher Robert, Lieut. King's R. Rifle
Corps ; educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand-
hurst; 6. 1897.

LIGHTON, Andrew Hamilton Digbt, Esq.,
of Selerna, co. Gahvay.
Second son of the Rev. Sir Christopher Robert Lighten,
6th Bart., of Merville, co. Dublin, who d. 1875,
by Mary Anne Elizabeth, who d. 1902, dau. of the
late Rev. Digby Joseph Stopford Ram, of Brookville,
CO. Cork; 6. 1850 ; m. 1897 Baroness Anna Elizabeth,
2nd dau. of His Excellency the late Count de Zuylen de
Nyevelt, of The Hague, Netherlands. Mr. Lighten,
who was educated at Repton, was formerly in the E.N.
— Residence : West Bank, Ashfield, Ross, Hereford-

LILFORD, Lord (John Po^vts).— Cr. 1797.

Second and elder surviving son of Thomas Lyttelton,
4th Lord, by his 1st wife Emma Elizabeth, who d.
1884, dau. of the late Robert William Brandling, Esq.,
of Gosforth, Northumberland ; b. 1863; s. 1896; m.
1894 Milly Louisa Isabella, 2nd dau. of the late George
William Culme Soltau-Symons, Esq., of Chaddlewood,
Devonshire. Lord Lilford, who was educated at
Harrow and at B.N.C., Oxford (B.A. 1886), is a Magis-
trate for Northamptonshire, Capt. and Hon. Major ret.
4th Batt. Northamptonshire Regt., and Patron of 8
livings.— La/orrf Hall, Oundle ; Bank Hall, Preston;
Carlton Club, s.w. ; Oriental Club, w.

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LILFORD, Clementina Georgiana, Lady.

Second dau. of Ker Baillie-Hamilton, Esq.. C.B., who
d. 1889, by Emma, who d. 1890, dau. of the late
Charles Blair, Esq.; m. 1885 as 2nd wife Thomas
Lyttelton, 4th Lord Lilford, who d. 1896. Ladv
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LILLET, Joseph Edward, Esq., of The Chest-
nuts, Middlesex.
Youngest son of Timothy Marshall Lilley, Esq., of Bene-
field, Northamptonshire, who (Z. 1852;*. 1850;;«. 1876
Emma, dau. of William Harris, Esq., and has, with other
issue, a son, * Cecil William, b. 1878. Mr. Lilley, who
was called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 1900,
is a Magistrate for Middlesex, and was High Sheriff
lOOi.— The Chestnuts, Wealdstone R.S.O., Middlesex.



LILLINGSTON, Mrs., of Ulverscroft, Leices-
tershire.
Olive Theodora, 3rd dau. of Edmund Theodore Doxat,
Esq., of Woodgreen Park, Hertfordshire, by Emma,
dau. of the late Frederic Cobb, Esq., M.D., of The
Cottage, Frensham, Farnham ; m. 1903 Capt. Willium
George Lillingston, late R. Irish Rifles, of Ulverscroft,
a J.P. for Leicestershire, who d. 1914, leaving a son,
*Luke Theodore, b. \ 907. — Ulferscroft, near Leicester.

LIMERICK, Earl of (William Henry Edmond
DE Vere SiiEAFFE Pery). — Cr. 1803.
Elder son of William Hale John Charles, 3rd Earl, by
his 1st wife Caroline Maria, whorf. 1877, dau. of the late
Rev. Henry and Lady Emilie Caroline Gray ; b. 1863 ;
«. 1896; m. 1890 May Imelda Josephine, M.B.E., dau.
of the late Joseph Burke Irwin, Esq., R.M., of The
Priory, Limerick, and had a son Edmond William
Claude Gerard de Vere, Viscount Glentworth, Li.iii,
Warwickshire Yeo., and temp. Capt. R.A.F. ; b. isiu
and killed in action 1918 ; and a dau.. Lady Viotn-ia
Mary, m. 1914 James Cox Brady, Esq., and d. I'lls,
leaving 2 daus. The Earl of Limerick, who was e.lu-
cated at Eton, is a D.L. for co. Limerick, and Caijt.
and Hon. Major late 5th Batt. R. Munster Fusiliers ;
formerly Lieut. Rifle Brigade ; sits in the House of
Lords as Lord Foxford, U.K., cr. 1815.— Dromore
Castle, Pallaskenry, co. Limerick; County Cluti,
Limerick.

Heir Pres., his half-brother Edmund Colquhoan, D.B.O.,
younger son of the 3rd Earl, by his Jnd wife (i»/iom ser
infra), Major City ot London (Rough Riders) Yeo. ; /-.



LIMERICK, Isabella, Countess of.

Eldest dau. of the late Chevalier James de Colquhoun ;
m. 1st 1877 as 2nd wife William Hale John Charles^
3rd Earl of Limerick, who d. 1896; 2ndly 1898 Major
Sir Edmund Halbert Elliot, M.V.O., Ensign of the
King's Bodyguard of the Yeomen of the Guard, late
R.A. The Countess of Limerick is a Lady of Grace
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.— 40, Queen's
Gate Gardens, s.w.



LIMPUS, Adm. Sir Arthur Henry, K.C.M.G.,
C.B.— Cr. 1916.

Son of the late Rev. Henry Francis Limpus; b. 1863 ;
m. 1888 Florence Mary, 3rd dau. of 0. W. Travers,
Esq., of Cheara, Surrey. Sir Arthur Limpus, who was
educated at King's Coll. School, London, and in H..AI.S.
"Britannia," is an Adm. ret. and a Grand Officer of
the Legion of Honour and of the Order of the Crown
of Italy ; was Rear-Adm. in the Home Fleet 1910-11,
Naval Adviser to Turkey (Adm. in Turkish Navy)
1912-14, and Adm. Superintendent of Malta Dock-
yard 1914-17; h.-is the Grand Cordon of the Order
of the Medjidie. — United Service Club, s.w.; R. Naval
Club, Portsmouth ; 8, Westgate, Chicliester.



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LINCOLN, Bisliop of (the Right Rev. Ed-
ward Lee Hicks, D.D.).

Eldest son of Edward Hicks, Esq., of Oxford, who
d. 1878, by Catherine, who d. 1897, 3rd dau. of the
late John Pugh, Esq., of Oxford; /). 1843; m. 1876
Agnes Mary, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Edwin
Trevelyan-Smith, Vicar of Cannock, Staffordshire.
The Bishop of Lincoln, who was educated at Magdalen
Coll. School, Oxford, andatB.N.C, Oxford(B.A. 1866,
M.A. C.O.C. 1866, Hon. Fellow 189i, D.D. Oxford
(by decree) 1910, Hon. Litt. D. Manchester 1910), was
Fellow and Tutor of C.C.C. 1866-73; Rector of
Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, 1873-86 ; Select
Preacher at Oxford 1880-1, 1897-8 and 1912 ; Hon.
Canon of Worcester 1884-92; Principal of Hulme Hall,
Manchester, 1886-91; Lecturer on Classical Archaeo-
logy at Manchester Unir., 1889-92 ; Canon of
Manchester and Rector of St. PhQip's, Salford, 1892-
1910; Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Man-
chester 1893-1910, and Rural Dean of Salford 1903-
10; consecrated Bishop of Lincoln 1910; is Patron
of 2 Archdeaconries, 4 Cauonries, and 93 livings, and
Visitor of B.N.C. and Lincoln Coll., Oxford, of King's
Coll., Cambridge, and Eton Coll. — Old Palace, Lincoln.

LINCOLNSHIRE, Marquis of (Charles
Robert Wtnn - Carrington, K.G.,
G.C.M.G., P.C.).— Cr. 1912.

Eldest son of Robert John, 2nd Lord Carrington, by
his 2nd wife the Hon. Augusta Annabella, whorf. 1879.
younger dau. of Peter Robert, 21st Lord Willoughby
deEresby; b. 1843 ; s. as 3rd Lord Carrington 1868 ;
m. 1878 the Hon. Cecilia Margaret (a Lady of the Bed-
chamber to H.M. Queen Alexandra from 1911), eldest
dau. of Charles, 5th Lord Suffield, and has surviving
issue S dans. The Marquis of Lincolnshire, who
■was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1863), and assumed the surname of Wynn-
Carringtonin lieu of Carington by royal license 1896,
is H.M.'e Lieut, and a J. P. for Buckinghamshire,
a D.L. for Carnarvonshire, joint Hereditary Lord
Great Chamberlain, Patron of S livings, Hon Col.
late 3rd Batt. Oxfordshire L.L and temp. Lieut. -Col.
and Co. Commandant Buckinghamshire Vol. Regt. ;
formerly Capt. R. Horse Guards, and a Member of
the London C.C. ; was M.P. for Wycombe 1865-8;
Capt. of the Hon. Corps of Gentlemeu-at-Arms 1881-5 ;
Governor of N.S.W. 1885-90; Lord Chamberlain of
the Household 1892-5 ; President of the Board of
Agriculture and Fisheries 1905-11, and Lord Privy
Seal mi-li.—Gwydyr Castle, Llanrwst ; Daws Hill,
High Wycombe; Brooks's, Marlborough, and Natiotial
Liberal Clubs, s.-w. ; 53, Prince's Gate, s.w.

Btir Pres., to the Baronies of Carrington (or. 1796 and 1797).
his brother Rupert Clement George Carington, C.V.O..
D.S.O., a J.P.Iaud D.L. for BuckinKhamaliire, and Col. Jml
Australtin Light Horse Brigade ; late temp. Lieut.-Col.
S.E. Group Co. of London Vol. Corps : was formerly
Lieut. Gnnadier Guards, Col. Oomm. 3rd Regt. N.S.W.
Imperial Bushmen in S. Africa 1900-2 and M.P. for Buck-
inghamshire 1880-5 ; had the surname of Carington con-
firmed to him by royal license 1880 ; educated at Eton ; &.
1862 ; m. 1891 Edith, who i. 1908, eldest dau. of John S,
Horsfall, Esq., of Widgiewa, N.S.W., and has a son,
• Rupert Victor John, Lieut. Grenadier Guards : late
Lieut. 6th Dragoon Guards, Special Reserve ; b. 1891 ; m
1916 the Hon. Sybil Marion Oolville, younger dau. oi
Charles Robert William, 2ud Viscount Colville of Culross
and has, with other issue, a son , • Peter Alexander
Rupert, b. 1919.

LINDLEY, Lord (Nathaniel Lindley, P.O.,
F.R.S.).— Cr. 1900.
Younger and only surviving son of John Lindley, Esq.,
Ph.D., F.R.S., Professor of Botany at Univ. Coll.,
London, who d. 1865, by Sarah, -who d. 1869, dau. of
the late Anthony George Freestone, Esq., of St. Mar-
garet's, Suffolk; b. 1828; m. 1858 Sarah Katharine,



who d. 1912, dau. of the late Edward John Teale, Esq.,
of Leeds, and has, with other issue, a son, * John
Edward, a Major-Gen. ret., late 1st R. Dragoons, of
which Regt. he was Col. 1912-19 ; was Commandant
of the Cav. School, Netheravon, 1905-6, in comm-ind
of the 3rd Cav. Brigade, Irish Command, 1907-11 and
of the Welsh Div., T.F., 1913-15 and a Base Com-
mandant 1915; b. 1860; m. 1887 Isabel, younger
dau. of the late Francis Morgan Nichols, Esq., of
Lawford Hall, Essex, and has a dau., Mary Katherine ;
m. 1910 Major the Hon. Robert Bruce {whom see).
Lord Lindley was educated at Univ. Coll., London ;
Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh 1888 and Cambridge 1898,
Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 1903 ; called to the Bar at the
Middle Temple 1850: appointed a Q.C. 1872; was
a Judge of Common Pleas 1875, a Judge of the High
Court of Justice 1875-81, Lord Justice of Appeal
1881-97, Master of the Rolls 1897-1900, a Lord of
Appeal in Ordinary 1900-5, and formerly one of the
Chairmen of Norfolk Quarter Sessions ; cr, a Life Peer
1900; is the last English Serjeant-at-Law (admitted
\S7b).— East Carleton, Norwich.

LINDLEY, Lady.

Frances Henrietta, eldest dau. of the late Dr. Maximilian
M. Getz, of Frankfort-on-Main. ; m. 1879 Sir William
Heerlein Lindley, M.Inst.C.E., F.G.S., a Civil
Engineer, and Past President of the Institution of
Junior Engineers, who was Engineer-in- Chief to the
City of Frankfort-on-Main for over 20 years, designed
and carried oat the extensions of the drainage works
commenced by his father, and the new Waterworks,
Electrical Supply works. Harbour work. Town-planning
and other municipal works ; as Consulting Engineer
designed and carried out Drainage and Waterworks for
numerous cities and towns on the Continent, including
Warsaw, Prague, Elberfeld, Mannheim, and Bucharest,
and carried out the water supply of Baku in the
Caucasus, who rendered valuable service to the R.
Commission on Canals and Waterways, and who was cr.
Knt. 1911 andrf. 1917.— 74, Hadewood Road, Putney,



LINDOW. &te Burns-Litidow.

LINDSAY, Earl of (Reginald Bethune
Bethotje).— Cr. 1633.
Elder son of David Clark, 1 1th Earl, by Emily Marian,
dau. of the late Robert Crosse, Esq., of Doctors' Commons,
and widow of Capt. Edmund Charles Barnes, H.M.'s
St. Helena Regt. ; b. 1867 ; s. 1917 ; m. 1892 Beatrice
Mary, elder dau. of the late John Shaw, Esq., of
Welbiirn Hall, Yorkshire. The Earl of Lindsay, who
was elected a Representative Peer of Scotland 1917, is
Major Territorial Force Reserve, late E. Riding of
Yorkshire Yeo., Major Reserve of Officers, and Major
ret., late 8th Hussars. — Kilcon


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