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; educated at Trinity Hall,
Cambridge; 6.1873.

BARRINGTON, the Hon. Lady.

Christina, youngest dau. of the late William Graham,
Esq., of Burntshiels, Eenf;ewshire; m. 1879 the



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Hon. Sir. (Bernard) Erip Ed^vard Harrington, K.C.B.,
ivho was formerly a Principal Clerk in the Foreign
Office, Private Secretary to the Marquesses of Salis-
liury and Lansdowne and the Earl of Iddesleigh
(successive Secretaries of State for Foreign Affairs)
1885-92 and 1895-1905, and an Assistant Under-
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 1906-7, and
who was cr. K.C.B. 1902 and d. 1918.— The Old
Lodge, Wimbledon Common, s.w.

BARRINGTON, the Hon. Sir William |
AcGDSTUs CoEzoN, K.C.M.G.— Or. 1901.

Third son of William Keppel, 6th Viscount Barrington, ,1
who d. 1867, hy the Hon. Jane Elizabeth, who d. 1883, j
dau. of the 1st Lord Ravens worth; b. 1842. Educated 1
at Cheam, at Woolwich, at Mannheim, and at Bonn ; '
entered the Diplomatic Service 1860; appointed Sec.
of Legation at Buenos Ayres 1883; Consul-Gen. for
Hungary 1885; Sec. of Embassy at Madrid 1888 ; at
Vienna 1892 ; Envoy Extraordinary and Min. Plen. to
the Argentine Kepubiic and Min. Plen. to the Republic '
of Paraguay 1896, and to Stockholm 1902; retired!
190i.— Travellers', and Pratt's Clubs, s.w.; Bachelors,
Turf, and St. James's Clubs, w. ; 17b, Great Cumber-
land Place, w.

BARRINGTON, Sir Charles Burton, Bart.,
M.B.E., of Glenstal, co. Limerick.— Cr.
1831.

Eldest son of Sir Croker Barrington, 4th Bart., by
Anna Felicia, who d. 1873, eldest dau. of the late John
Boatty West, Esq., M.P. for Dublin; h. 1848; s. 1890;
m. 1895 Mary Rose, youngest dau. of Sir Henry Hick-
man Bacon, 11th Bart. Sir Charles Barrinoton, who
was educated at Rugby and at Trinity Coll., Dublin
(B.A. 1870, M.A. 1877), and was formerly Hon. Col.
Limerick City R.F.A., Special Reserve, is a J.P. and
D.L. for CO. Limerick (High Sheriff \&-'d).— Glenstal,
Miirroe, co. Limerick ; Carlton, and Union Clubs, s.w.
Kildare Street Club, Dublin. ■
Heir, his son Charles Bacon, h. 1902.

BARRINGTON. See Kennett-BarHngto,i.

BARRINGTON, of Bowes-Hetton. See Lyon.

BARRINGTON-WHITE, James, Esq., of
Orange Hill, co. Armagh.
Eldest son of Thomas Henry White, Esq., J.P.,
formerly of Orange Hill, who d. 1911, by Mary, who
d. 1906, dau. of the late Edward Barrington, Esq.,
D.L., of Fassaroe, co. Wicklow; h. 1856; m. 1st 1884
Mary, who «!. 1914, dau. of the late John Kane Boyd,
Esq., of Cultra House, co. Down; 2ndly 1915 May,
eldest dau. of the late James Basden Orr, Esq.,
of (ilasgow, and has a sou, » Ivan, Capt. Reserve
of Oilicers serving with Grenadier Guards ; late Lieut.
Grenadier Guards; b. 1886; m. 1914 Muriel, dau. of
Mrs. Ambrose Kingsland, of Avenue Henri Martin,
Paris. Mr. Barrington-White, who took his mother's
surname as a prefix surname in 1893, is a J.P. for co.
Armagh (High Sheriff 1898), and for Hertfordshire (was
on the roll for High Sheriff for 1909), and Lord of the
Manor of Temple Dinsley, Hertfordshire ; late Lieut.
Herts Yeo. Cav. — Carlton, and Wellington Clubs, s.w.;
Cavalry Club, w. ; Garrick Club, w.c. ; 15, Prince's
Gate. s.w.

BARRON, Major-Gen. Sir Harry, K.C.M.G.,
C.V.O.— Cr. 1909.

Youngest eon of Charles Barron, Esq., of Den-
mark Hill, who d. 1851, by Elizabeth, who d. 1884,



dau. of the lato Richard Hothani Pigeon, Esq • b
1847; m. 1877 Clara Emily, a Lady of Grace of' the'
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, dau. of the late Major-
Gen. Thomas Conyngham Kelly, C.B., of Lough-
brown, CO. Kildare. Sir Harry Barron, who was
educated at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is a
Major-Gen. ret. late R.A., and a Knight of Grace of the
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, was Chief Instructor,
Scliool of Gunnery, 1897-1900,Col. Comm. R.A.Thames
Dist. 1900-4, in command of the R.A. at Malta
1904-8, Governor of Tasmania 1909-13 and of W.
Australia 1913-17 and an Education Officer at a Mil.
Hospital 1918-19.— Swiss Cottage, Wei/hridge, Surrey ;
Naval and Military Club, w. ^

BARROW, Sir Francis Laurence John, Bart.
— Cr. 1835.

Only son of Sir John Croker Barrow, 3rd Bart., by
Emily Jane, who d. 1911, eldest dau. of the late James
Nathaniel Merriman, Esq. ; b. 1862 ; s. 1900 ; m. 1890
Winifred Sarah, 2ud dau. of the late William Crozier
Steward, Esq.



BARROW, Gen. Sir Edmund George, G.C.B.,
G.C.S.I.— Cr. K.C.B. 1900, G.C.B. 1909,
G.C.S.L 1916.

Son of the late Major-Gen. Joseph Lyon Barrow,
C.B., R.A., by Alicia, dau. of the late Col. Egan ;
b. 1852 ; m. 1882 Marion Letitia, dau. of the lato Rev.
William Story, of Corick, co. Tyrone. Sir P.;dmund
Barrow, who was educated at Marlborough, is a
Gen. ret., late Indian Army, and Col. 7th D. of
Connaught's Own Rajputs, Indian Army, and was
Secretary to the Government of India in the Mil.
Department 1901-3, in command of the 1st Div.
Northern Army in India 1904-8, Gen. Officer Comm.
the Southern Army in India 1908-12, an A.D.C. Gen.
to H.M. King George V. 1911-13. and Mil. Secre-
tary at the India Office 1914-17 ; appointed a Member
of the Council of India 1917; has the Order of the
Medjidie, 5th Gl'ias.— Junior United Service Club, s.w.

BARROW, Major - Gen. Sir George de
Symoks, K.C.B., K.C.M.G.— Cr. K.C.M.G.
1918, K.C.B. 1919.

Youngest son of the late Major-Gen. de Symons
Barrow, Indian Army ; b. 1864 ; m. 1902 Sybilla, dau.
of the late Col. G. Way, C.B. Sir George Barrow is
a Major-Gen., late Connaught Rangers and Indian
Army; Col. 35th Scinde Horse, Indian Army, and a
Comm. of the Legion of Honour ; has the Order of the
Nile, 2nd Class ; was a D.A.Q.M.G. in India 1903-6 ;
D.A.A.G. Staff Coll.. Camberley, 1908-10; a Gen.
Staff Officer at the StaffCoU., Quetta, 1911-14; in
command of 35th Scinde Horse 1912-14, and a Gen.
Staff Officer 1914-16, since when he has commanded
a Cav. Div. — Weysprings, Haslemere, Surrey ; Cavalry
Club, -w.

BARROW, Bridgman Langdale, Esq., of Syd-
nope Hall, Derbyshire.
Only surviving son of Richard Bridgman Barrow,
Esq., J.P., of Sydnope Hall, who d. 1876, by his 1st
wife Avice Elizabeth, who . 1910. j

BARRY, Lady WOLFE-.

Rosalind Grace, youngest dau. of the late Rev. E. E.
Eowsell, M.A., Rector of Hambledon, Surrey ; m. 1874
Sir John Wolfe Wolfe-Barry, K.C.B., LL.D., F.R.S.,
F.Z.S., M.Inst. C.E., Past President of the Institution
of Civil Engineers, a D.L. for co. London, Lieut.-Col.
and Hon. Col. ret., late Engineer and Railway Staff
Corps, R.E., T.F., V.D., and a Member of the Army
Railway Council, who assumed the prefix surname of
Wolfe by royal license 1898, and was formerly a Mem-
ber of the Senate of London Univ. and an Aid. of the
City of Westminster, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1897 and
d. 1918. — Delahay House, 15, Chelsea Embankment, a.yi.

BARRY, Elizabeth Annie, Lady.

Dau. of the late Rev. Henry Joseph Maltby, Rector
of Eaglescliffe and Canon of Durham; m. 1881 Sir j
Henry Deacon Barry, a Vice-Adm., who was Assistant- !
Director of Naval Intelligence 1892-5, a Member of
the Ordnance Committee 1899-1900, Director of Naval '
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Ordnance and Torpedoes at the Admiralty 1903-4,
Adm.-Superintendent of Portsmouth Dockyard 1905-6,
and Commander of the Third Cruiser Squadron, Medi-
terranean Fleet, 1906-8, and who was cr. K.C.V.O.
1906 and d. WO&.—Hamptou Court Palace, Middlesex.

BARRY, Frederick Francis, Esq., of Firville,
CO. Cork.

Only son of the Hon. Michael Richard BaiTy, Barrister-
at-Law, formerly Chief Justice of the Gold Coast
Colony, who d. 1866, by Laura Frances, dau. of the
late John Rorke, Esq., of Tyrrellstown, co. Dublin ;
b. 1859 ; «. his cousin Michael Francis Barry, Esq.,
1908 ; m. 1889 Winefride Mary, who d. 1907, dau. of
the late Edward Ingi-ess Bell, Esq., F.R.I.B.A., of 19,
Queen Anne's Gate, S.W., and has 2 daus., Magdalene
Phyllis, and Helen Mary. Mr. Barry was educated at
Belvedere Coll., Dublin. — Firville, Maeroom, co. Cork.
Residence : St. Helen's, Wallington, Surrey.

BARRY, Harold Philip HAROLD-, Esq.,
of Bally vonare, co. Cork.
Eldest son of John Harold-Barry, Esq., of Bally-
vonare, who d. 1898, by Margaret Josephine, dau. of
the late William Gibson, Esq.; h. 1865; m. 1895
Helen Frances Mary, 2nd dau. of the late John Gerard
Riddell, Esq., of Hermeston Hall, and Hodsoek Park,
Nottinghamshire, and has had, with other issue, John
Gerard (eldest son), Lieut. 5th Batt. R. Munster
Fusiliers; b. 1896, and killed in action 1916; and
» Charles William (2nd son), M.C., Capt. 5th Batt.
R. Munster Fusiliers; b. 1897. Mr. Harold-Barry,
who was educated at Prior Park Coll., is a Magistrate
for CO. Cork. — Ballyvonare, Buttevant, co. Cork.

BARRY, Henry Joseph Arthur Robert Bruno
SxANDisH, Esq., of LemlaraHouse,co. Cork.

Only son of Charles Standish Barry, Esq., of Lemlara
House, who d. 1897, by the Hon. Margaret Mary,
who d. 1916, youngest dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. the
Hon. Arthur Francis Southwell, and sister of Thomas
Arthur Joseph, 4th Viscount Southwell ; b. 1873 ; m.
1899 Eleanor Lilian Helene,dau. ofMajor-Gen. Charles
Bean Lucie Smith, formerly Madras Staff Corps, and
has, with other issue, a son, * Charles Henry Robert
Joseph Garrett Standish, b. 1900. Mr. Barry is a
Magistrate for co. Cork. — Lemlara House, Carrigtwo-
hill, CO. Cork.

BARRY, James Grene, Esq., of Sandville,
CO. Limerick.

Eldest son of James Barry, Esq., of Bellevue, who d.
1856, by Maria, dau. of John Grene, Esq., of Cappa-
murra House, co. Tipperary ; b. 1841 ; m. 1881 Mary,
only dau. of the late Thomas Kane, Esq., M.D., of
AVhite Hall, co. Clare, and has, with other surviving
issue, * James Thomas, educated at Stonyhurst and at
Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A.); b. 1882. Mr. Barry, who
was educated at Oscott Coll., is a J.P. and D.L. for co.
Limerick. — Sandville, Ballyneety, Limerick ; County
Club, Limerick.

BARRY, James Robert Barry BURY-, Esq.
(M'Adam Barry), O.B.E., of Ballyclough,
CO. Cork.

Only son of the late Capt. Robert Bury, 7th Dragoon
Guards, by Anna Maria (who d. 1914, having m.
2ndly 1891 Capt. James Richard Broadley, ret. R.N.,
whorf. I9I7), dau. of Richard Hart, Esq.; b. 1875;
s. his grand-uncle St. Leger Barry, Esq. (M'Adam
Barry), in 1888, and then assumed the additional
surname of Barry ; In. 1906 Judith Isabel, only dau.
of William Ringrose Ringrose-Voase, Esq., J.P., of



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Anlaby House, Yorkshire, and has 2 daiis. Mr.
IJiiry-Barry, who was formerlv Lieut. Limerick City
K.G.A. Militia, is a J.P. for co. Cork (High Sheriff
1910) aud temp. Lieut. Gen. List ; was Inspector of
Q.M.G-.'s Services, -vrith the temp, rank of Major,
1916-18; appointed an A.D.C. \91S.— Ba/lyclotiffh,
Kilworth, co. Cork.

BARRT, John Edmdnd, Esq., of Summer Hill
House, CO. Wexford.
Eldest son of Sir John Edmond BaiTy, Knt., by Teresa,
who d. 1909, dan. of the late John Keefe, Esq., of
Ifferknock, co. Meath ; h. 1853 ; m. 1st 1880 Minnie,
who d. 1893, only dau. of the late Richard Joseph
Devereux, Esq., M.P., of Summer Hill, eo. AVexford;
2ndly 1898 Olivia Goodall, 2nd dau. of the late Capt.
George Powell Pemberton-Pigott, of Slevoy Castle, co.
Wexford, and widow of Major-Gen. Arthur Loftus
Steele, and has surviving issue * Raymond Charles
Devereux, 6. 1899. Mr. Barry is a J.P. and D.L. for
CO. Wexford (High Sheriff 1 9 U).— Residences: Rock-
lands Cottai/e, Wexford ; The Bungalow, Ballygeary.

BARRY, John Warren, Esq., of Fyling Hall,
Yorkshire.

Eldest son of the late Rev. John Barry (by Letitia
Anna, who d. 1911, dau. of the late Rev. Thomas
Warren Mercer, Vicar of Northallerton, Yorkshire),
and grandson of the late Robert Barry, Esq., of Fyling
Hall ; b. 1851. Educated at Winchester and at
C.C.C, Oxford (B.A. 1874, M.A. Wii?,).— Fyling Hall,
Fylingdales, Robin Hood's Bay R.S.O., Yorkshire.

BARRY, Miss, of Killoskehan Castle, co.
Tipperary.

Eliza Mary Theresa (Leily), only dau. of George Richard
Barry, Esq., D.L., formerly M.P. for co. Cork, who d.
1867, by Mary Theresa, who d. 1885, dau. of the
late Gen. Fran9ois Beguinot, of Mauritius. — Killoske-
han Castle, Templemore, co. Tipperary.

BARRY, Patrick Henry, Esq., of Ballyadam,
CO. Cork.

Eldest son of the late William Henry Bariy, Esq., J.P.,
of Ballyadam, by Pauline, only dau. of William Roche,
Esq., of Aghada House, co. Cork; b. 1862.— Ballya-
dam, Carrigtwohill, co. Cork.



BARRY,JWiLLiAM Alotsids Fitz Richard,
Esq., of Glandore, co. Cork ; and of John's
Place, Birr, King's Co.
Eldest son of Richard Fitzwilliam Barry, Esq., J.P.,
B.A., LL.B., Crown Solicitor for King's Co., of Glan-
dore, and of John's Place, who t^. 1916, by Catherine
Frances, 2nd dau. of the late Frederick Augustus White,
Esq., County Inspector R.I.C. ; b. 1892. Mr. Barry,
who was educated at Chesterfield Coll., Birr, at
Castleknock Coll., Dublin, and at the R. Univ. of
Ireland, was admitted a Solicitor, Ireland, 1914. —
John's Place, Birr, King's Co.

BARRY, William James, Esq., of Witching-
ham Hall, Norfolk.
Fourth son of Sir Francis Tress Barry, 1st Bart.,
M.P., of St. Leonard's Hill, Berkshire, and of Keiss
Castle, Caithness-shire, who d. 1 907, by Sarah Douglas,



J This family is descended from the Barrys, Viscounts Butte-
Tant. as appears from au inquiry before the Lords' Committee of
Privileges, when the title, which is now dormant, was claimed by
Mr. Barry's great-grandfather in 1826.



only child of the late .-Vrthur Herron, Esq., of
Northiam, Sussex; b. 1864; m. 1896 Lady Grace
Murray, M.B.E., 3rd dau. of Charles Adolphus, 7th Earl
of Dunmore, and has, with other issue, a son, * Gerald,
Lieut. Coldstream Guards; educated at the R. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst ; b. 1896. Mr. Barry, who was educated
at Harrow and at B.N.C., Oxford, is a Magistrate for
Norfolk and was High Sheriff 1912.— Witchingham
Hall, Norwich ; Marlborough Club, s.w.



BARRY, William Norton, Esq., of Castle
Cor, CO. Cork.
Only son of WiUiani Norton Barry, Esq., J.P., of Castle
Cor, Major 8th Hussars, who d. 1871, by his 2nd wife
Elizabeth, who d. 1906, younger dau. of Sir William
Wrixon-Becher, 1st Bart. ; b. 1859 ; in. 1st 1881 Con-
stance Marianne, who d. 1898, 3rd dau. of the late
Frederick John Walker, Esq., of The Priory, Bathwick ;
2ndly 1899 Adehiide Maude, 5th dau. of Sir John
Wrixon-Becher, 3rd Bart., of Ballygiblin, co. Cork.
Mr. Barry is a J.P. for co. CoTV.-Custle Cor, Mallow,
CO. Cork ; Army and Navy Club, s.w.



BARRY. See Barrymore, Cre.agh-Barry, Otter-Barry,
and Smith-Barry.

BARRYMORE, Lord (Arthur Hugh Smith-
Barry, P.C.).— Cr. 1902.

Elder son of James Hugh Smith- Barry, Esq., of Fota
Island and of Marbury, who d. 1857, by Elizabeth
(who d. 1915, having m. 2ndly 1871, as his 2nd wife,
George, 2nd Lord de Tabley, ext., who d. 1887), eldest
dau. of the late Shallcross Jacson, Esq.; b. 1843; m.
1st 1868 Lady Mary Frances, who d. 1884, 2nd dau. of
Edwin Richard, 3rd Earl of Dunraven ; 2ndly 1889
Elizabeth, dau. of Gen. Wadsworth, of Geneseo, U.S.A.,
and widow of Arthur Post, Esq., and has 2 dans. Lord
Barrvmore, who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch.,
Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Cork (High Sheriff
1886), and for Huntingdonshire, a J.P. for Cheshire
(High Sheriff 1883), and Adm. of R. Cork Yacht Club ;
was M.P. for co. Cork 1867-74, and for S. Hunts
1886-1800. — Fota Island, Queenstoum, co. Cork ; Mar-
bury Hall, Northwich, Cheshire; R. Yacht Squadron,
Corns; 20, Hill Street, w.

BARSTOW, John Jeremiah JACKSON-, Esq.,
of The Lodge, Somerset.
Son of the Rev. Thomas Norfolk Jackson, M.A., Vicar
of Filey, Yorkshire, who d. 1891, by Sarah Kilvington,
who d. 1888, dau. of the late Jeremiah Barstow, Esq., of
Acorab, Yorkshire ; i. 1845; jn. 1888 Mary, eldest dau.
of the late Sir Abraham Woodiwiss, of The Pastures,
Derby, and has had, with 5 surviving daus., a son,
John" Eric, Capt. N. Somerset Yeo., attached to R.A.F. ;
li. 1895, and accidently killed whilst flying 1919. Mr.
Jackson-Barstow, who assumed by royal license the
additional surname of Barstow on inheriting, in 1874,
the Yorkshire estates of his uncle, Capt. Michael
Barstow, is a J.P. and D.L. for Somerset. — The Lodge,
JVeston -super-Marc.

BARSTOW, Thomas Malcolm Hulme, Esq., of
Garrovr Hill, Yorkshire.
Eldest son of Robert Clapham Barstow, Esq., of Garrow
Hill, who d. 1890, by Jane, dau. of Col. Hulme, late of
the 96th Regt. ; b. 1858; ?«. 1885 Alice Eliza, dau. of
Thomas Shiperd, Esq., of .Auckland, N. Zealand, and
has, with other issue, *Nelson Clapham, b. 1887. Mr.
Barstow is District Manager of the Kaiku Branch of
the N. Zealand Railways. — Dargaville, Auckland, New
Zealand.

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BARTER, Lienfc.-Gen. Sir Charles St. Leger,
K.C.B., K.C.M.G., C.V.O.— Cr. K.C.B.
1916, K.C.M.G. 1918.

Second son of the Rev. J. T. Barter, of Berehaveu, co.
Cork, who d. 1891, by Eliza, dau. of the late William
Ewart, Esq., of Strandtown, Belfast; h. 1856. Sir
Charles Barter, who was educated abroad, is a Major-
Gen, and Hon. Lieut-Gen. ret., late K.O. Yorkshir*
L.r. ; has the Grand Cross of the Roumanian Order of
the Crown ; was an Instructor at the B. Mil. Coll
Sandhurst, 1884-9 ; D.A.A.G. at the War Office 1889-
94 ; Mil. Secretary to the High Commissioner of
S. Africa 1894-5; A.A.G. Thames Dist. 1902-5;
A.Q.M.G. AVelsh and Midland Command 1 905-6, and
in command of Poona Infantry Brigade, 6th Dir.,
S. Army in India, 1909-13, and of 47th (London
Territorials) Div. \%\i -16. — United Service Club, s.w.



BARTHOLOMEW, the late Charles William
Esq., of Blakesley Hall, Northamptonshire
Son of Charles Bartholomew, Esq., of Castlehill House,
Middlesex, who d. 189.5, by Sarah Watson, dau. of the
late JaniPS Linley, Esq., of Bank House, Sheffield; h
1850; m. 1876 Liicy, dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. E.Lee
Ussher, of Caniphiro, co. Waterford, and d. 1919, leav-
ing, with a dau., an only son, *James, Lieut. W. Riding
of Yorkshire R.G.A., T.F. ; educated at Uppingham
and at Sheffield Univ.; b. 1892; m. 1917 Charlotte
Mabel, only dau. of George Francis Hempson, Esq., of
Gatton Lodge, Eeigate. Mr. Bartholomew was a
Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem
and a Fellow of the Society o{ Aits.— Bla/cesley Hall,
Towccster.



BARTLEET, Harold Stock, Esq., of The
Shrubbery, Worcestershire.
Eldest son of Robert Smith Bartleet, Esq., J. P. and D.L.,
of The Shrubbery, who d. 1902, by Harriet Anne, who d.
1918, dau. of the late Joseph Stock, Esq., of Bournbrook
Hall; i. 1853; m. 1880 Edith Elizabeth, eldest dau. of
Ebenezer Walker Kemp, Esq., J.P., of Castleford,
Yorkshire, and has 4 dans. Mr. Bartleet is a Magis-
trate for Worcestershire, and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col.
late Comm. 2nd V.B. Worcestershire Regt., V.D.,
and was temp. Major 3rd Batt. Worcestershire Vol.
Regt. 1917-18. — Residence : fVoodkurst, Headless Cross,
Warwickshire.



BARTLET, Philip Perking, Esq., of Ludbrook
Manor, Devonshire.
Only surviving son of the Rev. John Moysey de Lud-
broke-Bartlet, of Ludbrook Manor, who assumed the
prefix surname of de Ludbroke, and who d. 1905, by
Charlotte Mary, who d. 1892, only dau. of the late
Gen. John Alexander Philips, R.M.A. ; b. 1868; m.
1903 Edith Jessie, dau. of the late Hugh MacGregor,
Esq., of Castle Dykes, Dumfriesshire. Mr. Bartlet
was educated at St. John's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1892,
M.A. 1896).— Tl^e Manor House, Ludbrook, Ivybridge.



Herbert Henry, Bart.



BARTLETT,

Cr. 1913.
Son of Robert Bartlett, Esq., of Hardington Mande-
ville, Somerset, who(?. 1885, by Anne Guppy, who d.
1871 ; b. 1842 ; m. 1874 Ada Charlotte, dau. of Joseph
Barr, Esq., of Ampthill Square, London. — St. Stephen's
Club, s.w. ; City Carlton Club, e.c. ; B. Thames Yacht
Club, w. ; E. London Yacht Club, Cowes ; R. Temple
Yacht Club. Ramsgate ; 5i, Cornwall Gardens, s.vf.
Heir, his son Hanlington Arthur, h. 1878; m. 1902 Ire!:e, dau.

of Profeisor Henry Robinson, and has, with other issue, a

sun, 'Basil Hardington, S. 1906.



BARTLETT, Sir Herbert Fogelstrom, Knt.,
LS.O.-Cr. 1911.

Second son of Edwin Tliomas Bartlett, Esq., of
Plymouth, who d. 1898, by Eleanor, who d. 1905,
dau. of the late Nils Fogelstrom, Esq., of Stockholm
and Plymouth; b. 1847; m. 1876 Frances Mary,
dau. of the late Ralph Linwood, Esq., of Bath. Sir
Herbert Bartlett, who was educated at Plymouth and
at Vienne, France, was Assistant Secretary to the
Board of Inland Revenue 1897-1903, Controller of
Stamps and Registrar to Joint Stock Cos. 1903-9,
and a Commissioner of Inland Revenue 1909-13. —
10, Bruce Road, Southsea.

BARTLETT. See Ashmead- Bartlett.



BARTLET, Lady.

Mary Charlotte, 3rd dau. of Sir Henry Cole, K.C.B.,
Founder of the S. Kensington Museum, who d. 1882,
by Marian Fairraan, who d. 1892, dau. of the late
William Andrew Bond, Esq., of Ashford; m. 1864 Sir
George Christopher Trout Bartley, a J.P. for co.
London and for Middlesex, who founded the National
Penny Bank Ltd. 1875, was M.P. for Islington N. Div.
1885-1906, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1902 and d. 1910.
— 92, Madeley Road, Ealini/, w.

BARTON, the Right Hon. Sir Edmdnd,
G.C.M.G.— Cr. 1902.

Son of William Barton, Esq., of Sydney, by Mary Louisa
Whydah ; h. 1849 ; m. 1877 Jean Mason, dau. of David
Ross, Esq. Sir Edmund Barton, who Tvas educated at
Sydney Grammar School and Univ. (B.A. 1868, M.A,
1870, M.A. Melbourne 1901, Hon. LL.D. Cambridge
1900, and Edinburgh 1902, and Hon. D.C.L. Oxford
1902), called to the Bar in N.S.W. 1871, and
appointed a Q.C. 1889, is a Fellow of the Senate of
Sydney Univ., and an Hon. Bencher of Gray's Inn, and
was Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of N.S.W.
1883-7, Attorney-Gen. 1889 and 1891-3, a Member
of the Parliamentary Federal Convention 1891, Leader
of the National Convention 1897-8, and First P


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Online LibraryEdward WalfordThe county families of the United Kingdom; or, Royal manual of the titled and untitled aristocracy of England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland .. (Volume ed.59, yr.1919) → online text (page 23 of 415)