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the Stewartry of
Kirkcudbri!?ht, a J.P. and C. Aid. for Oxfordshire (High
Sheriff 1873), a D.L. for Inverness-shire, Patron of 3
livings, and Hon. Lieut.-Col. late Q.O. Oxfordshire
Hussars Imp. Yeo.— Fawley Court, Henley-on-Thames ;
House of Farr, Inverness, N.B. ; Carlton, and Caledonian
Clubs, s.w. ; Cavalry Club, w. ; 91, Eaton Square, s.w.

MACKENZIE, of Flowerburn, Ross-shire.

See Herries-Croshie.

MACKENZIE. See Burton-Mackenzie ,- Cromartie ;
Fraser-Mackemie ; Muir Mackenzie, Ijord; Owen-
Mackenzie ; Shaw - Mackenzie ; and Wharncliffe,
Earl of.

Eraser, Aberdeenshire.

Theodora Lovett, 5th dau. of William Henry Darby,
Esq., of Leap Castle, King's Co., who d. 1880, by his
2nd wife Elizabeth, who d. 1882, dau. of the late
William Drought, Esq. ; m. 1879, as 2nd wife,
Lieut.-Col. Frederick Maekenzie-Fraser, of Castle
Fraser and Inveralochy, a J.P. and D.L. for Aberdeen-
shire, who d. 1897. — Castle Fraser, Kemnay, Aberdeen-
shire ; Inveralochy, Rathen, N.B.

Baskerville, of Highfield, Ross-shire.
Second son of William Dalziel Mackenzie, Esq., of
Fawley Court, Buckinghamshire, of Thetford Manor,
Norfolk, and of Farr, Inverness-shire, by his 1st wife
Mary Anna, who d. 1900, eldest dau. of the late Henry
Baskerville, Esq., of Crowsley Park, Oxfordshire ; b.
1874; TO. 1903 Frances Geraldine, only child of the
late George Francis Gillanders, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Highfield, and has 2 daus. Capt. Mackenzie-Gillanders,
who, with his wife, assumed the additional surname of
Gillanders 1904, is a J.P. and D.L. forces. Eoss and
Cromarty, and an Hon. Capt. in the Army, and was
formerly Capt. 3rd Batt. Q.O. Cameron Highlanders. —
Highfield House, and Corriehallie, Muir-of-Ord, Boss-
shire ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w.


McKERGOW, Lieut.-Col. Robert Wilson,
O.B.E., of Twineham Grange, Sussex.
Eldest son of Eobert McKergow, Esq., of Dunkeld,
Burgess Hill, who d. 1897; h. 1866; m. 1894 Jane
Elizabeth Madeline, dau. of Joseph Baker, Esq., of
Eastbourne, and has had, with a dau., 2 sons, Robert
Dudley Wilson, Lieut. 5th Dragoon Guards, attached
to E. Flying Corps; b. 1898, and killed in action
1917; and *John Wilson, educated at Parkfield and
at Charterhouse ; b. 1902. Lieut.-Col. McKergow,
who was educated at Downing Coll., Cambridge, is
Lieut.-Col. ret., late Sussex Yeo., and Lord of the
Manor of Woodmancote, Sussex. — Txuineham Grange,
Haywards' Heath, Sussex ; Badminton Club, w. ; Union
Club, Brighton.

MACKESSACK, George Ross, Esq., of
Ardgye, Elginshire.
Son of the late Eobert Mackessack, Esq., of Ardgye,
by Christina, dau. of the late George Eoss, Esq. ; b.
1851; m. 1901 Rose, dau. of James Grant, Esq., and
has issue. Mr. Mackessack is a J.P. and D.L. for
Elginshire, and was formerly Major 3rd Batt.
Q.O. Cameron Highlanders. — Ardgye, Elgin, N.B.

MACKEST, Major Joseph Poultee Thomas,
of Aughmacart, Queen's Co.
Eldest son of George Ivie Maekesy, Esq., M.B., J.P.,of
Aughmacart, and of Dunkitt, and Glenmore, co.
Kilkenny, who d. 1917, by Hester Maria, eldest dau. of
the late Samuel Straugman, Esq., of Summerland,
Waterford; b. 1878; m. 1903 Sarah Neville, -who d.
1918, dau. of William Neville Ussher, Esq., of Tra-
more, co. Waterford, and has, with other issue, a son,
♦George Ivie, b. 1909. Major Maekesy is an Hon.
Major ret., late Capt. 5th Batt. R. Munster Fusiliers.
— Residence: 22, Lady Lane, Waterford.

MACKESY, Mrs., of Dunkitt, and Glenmore,
CO. Kilkenny.
Hester Maria, eldest dau. of the late Samuel Strangman,
Esq., of Summerland, Waterford; m. 1870 George




Ivie Mackesy, Esq., M.B., of Dunkitt, and Gleumore,
and of Aughmacart, Queen's Co., a J.P. for, and late
Aid. of, the City of Waterford (High Sheriff 1871,
Mayor 1879), Surgeon of the Waterford County anc
City Infirmary, and ex-President of the S. Easten:
(Ireland) Branch of the British Medical Association
and of the Irish Medical Association, who d. 1917,
leaving, with other issue, a son, * Joseph Poulter
Thomas {whom sc«).— Residence : 22, Ladi/ Lane,

MACKIE, Sir Richard, Knt.— Cr. 1909.

Son of the late George Maekie, Esq., of Dun-
fermline, Fifeshire; b. 1851 ; m. 1876 , dau.

of L. Thomson, Esq., of St. Andrews. Sir Richard
Maekie is a Shipowner, a Magistrate for Mid-
lothian, and Italian and Swedish Vice-Consul at
Edinburgh and Leith, and was Provost of Leith
1899-1908.-61, Trinity Road, Leith, Edinbtirgh.

McKIE, Lieut.-Col. John, C.B.E., D.S.O., of
Bargaly, and Ernespie, Stewartry of Kii-k-
Eldest son of James McKie, Esq., D.L., of Bargaly,
formerly M.P. for the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, who
d. 1867, by Jane Wilson (who d. 1909, having m. 2ndly
1881 Benjamin James Lawrence, Esq., who d. 1882),
only dau. of the late Archibald Home, Esq., of Balvar-
ran, Perthshire; h. 1857; m. 1910 Violet, eldest
dau. of Sir Oswald Mosley, 4th Bart. Lieut.-Col.
McKie, who was educated at Harrow, is Major and
Hon. Lieut.-Col. late 3rd Batt. K.O. Scottish
Borderers, temp. Major in the Army, and a J.P. and
D.L. for the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright. — Ernespie,
Castle Douglas; Bargaly, near 'Newton Stewart, N.B. ;
Glencaird, Newton Stewart, A.B.; Boodle's Club, s.w. ;
New Club, Edinburgh.

MACKIE, Mrs., of Aucbencairn, Kirkcud-

Eliza Nina, 4th dau. of James McKie, Esq., D.L., of
Bargaly, Kirkcudbright, formerly M.P. for Kirkcud-
bright, who d. 1867, by Jane Wilson (who d. 1909,
having m. 2ndly 1881 Benjamin James Lawrence, Esq.,
who d. 1882), only dau. of the late Archibald Home,
Esq., of Balvarran, Perthshire; m. 1882 John Gl
scone Maekie, Esq., of Aucheneairn and Netherlaw,
Kirkcudbright, a J.P. and D.L. for the Stewartry of
Kirkcudbright, who rf. IS99.— Aucheneairn, near Castle

MACKIE, Peter Jeffrey, Esq., of Glenrisdell,
Argyllshire ; and of Corraith, Ayrshire.
Eldest son of Alexander Maekie, Esq., of Bandeth,
Stirlingshire, who d. 1884, by Jane Simpson, who d.
1886, dau. of the late Andrew Kiddell Brown, Esq.,
H.M.'s Civil Service ; A. 1855 ; m. 1889 Jessie Lockett,
only dau. of Thomas Abercrombie, Esq., H.M's. Civil
Service, of Abbots Throsk, Stirlingshire, and has
had, with 2 surviving daus., a son, James- Logan, Lieut,
and Acting Capt. Ayrshire Yeo. ; b. 1893, and killed
in action 1917. Mr. Maekie, who was educated at the
High School, Stirling, and at Ewart Coll., Newton
Stewart, is a Magistrate for cos. Argyll, Ayr, and
Lanark. — Corraith Symington, Ayrshire ; Glenrisdell,
W hit( house, Argyllshire ; Caledonian Club, s.w.; County
Club, Ayr.

MACKINNON, Gen. Sir (William) Henry,
G.C.B., K.C.V.O. — Cr. K.G.B. 1908,
K.C.V.O. 1911, G.C.B. 1916.

Younger son of William Alexander Mackinnon,
Esq., of Aeryse Park, Kent, who d. 1903, by

Margaret Sophia, who d. 1856, only dau. of the
late Francis Willes, Esq. ; b. 1852; m. 1881 Madeleine
Frances, younger dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Villiers
La Touche Hatton, Grenadier Guards, of Clonard, eo.
Wexford. Sir Henry Mackinnon, who was educated
at Harrow, is a Gen., late Grenadier Guards, and Col.
King's Liverpool Regt., and was Col. Comm. City of
London Imp. Vols, and Col. on the Staff in S. Africa
1899-1900, in command of Imp. Yeo. at Aldershot
1901, Director of Auxiliary Forces at Headquarters
1904^8, Director-Gen. of the" Territorial Force 1908-10,
and Gen. Officer Commanding-in-Chief the Western
Command 1910-16; appointed Director of Recruiting
at the War Office 1916.— Travellers', and Union Clubs.
s.w. ; 10, Sloane Gardens, s.'w.

MACKINNON, Sir Ladchlan Charles, Knt.
— Cr. 1916.
Eldest son of Alexander Kenneth Mackinnon, Esq., of
Corry, Isle of Skye, who d. 1871, by Barbara, who d.
1 890, dau. of the late Capt. Daniel Reid, R.N. ; b. 1 848 ;
m. 1876 Emily Grace Bundoeh Mackinnon, dau. of the
late Capt. William Bundoeh, R.N., and adopted dau. of
the late Lauchlan Mackinnon, Esq., of Duisdale House,
Skye. Sir Lauchlan Mackinnon, who was educated at
Bath and at N. Finchley, is Managing Proprietor of
"The Melbourne Argus."— Corry, Toorak, Victoria,
Australia: The Argus Office Melbourne, Victoria;
Reform Club, s.w. ; Melbourne, and Australian Clubs,

MACKINTOSH, Alfred Donald (The Mac-
kintosh), C.B.E., of Mackintosh, Inver-
Elder surviving son of Alexander Mackintosh (The
Mackintosh), of Mackintosh, who d. 1862, by Charlotte,
who d. 1894, 5th dau. of the late Alexander Macleod,
Esq., of Dalvey, Elginshire ; b. 1851 ; «. his brother
Alexander ^neas 1876 ; m. 1880 EUa, only child and
heiress of the late Edward Priest Richards, Esq.,
of Plis Newydd, Glamorganshire, and had, with a
dau. (dec), a son, Angus Alexander, Capt. R. Horse
Guards, an Hon. Assistant Mil. Attach^ and an Esquire
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem; b. 1885; m.
1917 Lady Maud Louisa Emma Cavendish, eldest dau.
of Victor Christian William, 9th Duke of Devonsliire,
K.G., and d. 1918, leaving a dau., Ann Peace Arabella.
The Mackintosh is Chief of Clan Chattan ; H.M.'s
Lieut, and a J.P. for Inverness-shire (was on the roll
for High Sheriff of Glamorganshire for 1883), and Hon.
Col. and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. 3rd Batt.
Q.O. Cameron Highlanders, formerly Lieut. 7 1st High-
landers. —Moy //o«,/ra(iera.«s«, iV.B.; Coilrell, Cardiff';
Carlton, and Boodle's Clubs, s.w. ; Naval and Mili-
tary Club, w. ; S, Hill Street, Berkeley Square, w.

MACKINTOSH, James, Esq., of Lamancha,

Eldest son of James Mackintosh, Esq., of Lamancha,
who d. 1889, by Ellen Louisa, dau. of the late James
Powell Parker, Esq., of Calcutta; b. 1858. Mr.
Mackintosh was educated at Edinburgh. — Lamancha,

-I- MACKINTOSH, Mrs., of Raigmore, Inver-
Grace Ellen Augusta Valentine, youngest dau. of Sir
Neil Menzies. 6th Bart. {e.Tt.), who d. 1844, by his 2nd
wife the Hon. Grace Charlotte Conyers, who d. 1877,
eldest dau. of the late Hon. Fletcher Norton, a Baron of
the Exchequer in Scotland ; m. 1856 jEneas William
Mackintosh, Esq., of Raigmore, a J.P. and D.L. for
Inverness-shire, and Lieut.-Col. Comm. Inverness-shire




Art. Vols., who was M.P. for Inverness Burghs
1868-74, and who d. 1900. leaving 2 sons .-lud 3 (luis.
—Saifft/iore, Inverness, N.B.

MACKINTOSH, William Eneas, Esq., of
Kyllachy, Inverness-sliire.
Eldest son of William Mackintosh (Lord Kyllachy),
J.P. and D.L., formerly a Lord of Session in Scotland,
of Kyllachy, who d. 1918, by Jane, who d. 1909, dau.
of the late David Stevenson, Esq., of Edinburgh;
h. 1870 ; m. 1903 Etta Alu Mansel, dau. of the late
Henry Eobert Mansel Porter, Esq., of Birlingham,
Worcestershire. Mr. Mackintosh, who was educated
at Harrow and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, and admitted a
Member of the Scottish Faculty of Advocates 1896,
was formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. and subsequently
temp. Capt. and Adjutant at the Depot Q.O. Cameron
Highlanders. — Kyllachy, Tomatin, Inverness-shire ; 28,
Soyal Circus, Edinburgh ; New Club, Edinburgh.

MACKINTOSH, the Eev. Canon William
Lachlan, of Balnespick, Inveriiess-.shire.
Eldest son of Eneas Mackintosh, Esq., of Balne.spiek,
who d. 1893, by Isabella Lachlan, who d. lilll,
dau. of the late Isaac Barker, Esq., of Itontield, Cum-
berland ; b. 1 869. Canon Mackintosh, who was edu-
cated at Marlborough, at Pembroke Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1886, M.A. 1890), and at Ely Theological Coll.,
was Canon Residentiary of Inverness Cathedral 1891-
1902, and is Rector of St. Michael and All Angels,
Inverness, Canon of St. Andrew's Cathedral, Inver-
ness, and Personal Chaplain to the Bishop of Moray
and Ross. — Bahiespick, Inverness; St. Michaers Lod^e,
Abban Street, Inverness.

MACKINTOSH, of Coil-Earn, Perthshire.

See Macdonald, Mrs.
MACKINTOSH. See Fraser-Mackintosh.

MACKIRDY, Capt. Elliot Mackirdy SCOTT,
of Birkwood, Lanarkshire.
Elder son of William Augustus Scott-Mackirdy, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of Birkwood, who d. 1909, by Lucy, who
d. 1899, 3rd dau. of Edmond Bell, Esq., of Rothesay,
Buteshire ; b. 1881 ; m. 1906 Eva Mary, eldest and elder
surviving dau. of the Hon. Evelyn Henry Pierrepont,
The Querns, Cirencester, and has, with other issue,
a son, »David Elliot, b. 1907. Capt. Scott Mackirdy,
who was educated at Uppiugham and at New Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1905, M.A. 1913), is a Magistrate for
Lanarkshire, a Member of the R. Co. of Archers
( King's Body Guard fur Scotland),and Capt.Lanarkshire
Yeo. ; late temp. Capt. Reserve Regt. of E. Horse
Guards, previously Household BfAt.— Birkwood Castle,
Lesmahagow R. S. 0., Lanarkshire; Abbey House, Malmes-
bury, Wiltshire : Bath Club, w. ; New Club, Edinlrurgh ;
Western Club, Glasgow.

MACKWORTH, Sir Humphrey, Bart., of Oak-
lands, Monmouthshire. — Cr. 1776.

Second and eldest surviving son of Col. Sir Arthur
William Mackworth, 6th Burt., C.B.. late R.E., by
Alice Kate, who d. 191,5, younger dau. of the late
Joseph Cubitt, Esq., C.E. ; b. 1871 ; «. 1914 ; m. 1908
Margaret Haig, 2nd Viscountess Rhondda {whom see).
Sir Humphrey Mackworth, w!io was formerly Capt. R.
Monmouthshire R.E., Special Reserve, and previously
Lieut. 3i-d Batt. R. West Surrey Regt. and 38th Batt
Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa, is a Magistrate for Monmouth-

shire and an Assistant Superintendent Remount
Service, with the temp, rank of Lieut. — Oaklands,
Caerleon, Monmouthshire.

Heir Pres., his brother Harry Llewellyn, C.M.O.. D.S.O..
Major and Brevet Lieut-Col. (Actini? Lieut.-CoL) R.E. ;
has the Order of the Osmanieb, 4th Class ; educated at
the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich ; 6. 1878 ; m. 1913 Ltonie,
only dau. of Franklin Sievewright Peterson, Esq., Professor
of Music, Melbourne Univ.

MACKWORTH. See Bhondda, Viscountess.


MACKT, Francis Coffin, Esq., of Belmont,
CO. Londonderry.
Younger eon of James Thompson Macky, Esq., J.P.,
of Belmont, who d. 1885, by Caroline, who d. 1887,
dau. of the late Adm. Francis Holmes Coffin ; b. 1847 ;
m. 1st 1873 Frances Caroline, who d. 1374, dau. of the
Rev. George Robinson, M.A. ; 2ndly 1881 Emma Clara,
eldest dau. of the late John Barre Beresford, Esq., D.L.,
of Learmount Castle and Ashbrook, Co. Londonderry,
and has, with other issue, * Francis Charles Thompson,
b. 1874. Mr. Macky, who was formerly Capt. 3rd
Dragoon Guards, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. London-
derry, and a Magistrate for co. Donegal (High Sheriff
1888). — Belmont, Londonderry ; Naval and Military
Club, w.

MACLACHLAN, John, Esq. (23rd of that ilk),
of Maclachlan, Argyllshire.
Second son of George Maclachlan, Esq., 21st of that
ilk, who d. 1877, by Mary, who d. 1903, dau. of the
late John Thow, Esq. ; b. 1859; s. his brother William,
22nd of that ilk, 1881 ; m. 1919 Frances EvaMarjorie,
only child of Albert Cameron Maepherson (Cluny
Macpherson), of Cluny Castle, Inverness-shire, and
widow of Donald NinianNicol,Esq , J.P., Scots Guards,
of Ardmarnoch, Argyllshire. Maclachlan, who was
educated at Clifton Coll., is a J. P., D.L. and Convener
of the C.C.for, and Convener of, Argyllshire, a Member
of the R. Co., of Archers (King's Body Guard for
Scotland), and temp. Major Conim. 1st Batt. Argyll-
shire Vol. Regt. — Castle Lachlan, Strachur, Argyll-
shire; Brooks's, and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.-w.; New
Club, Edinburgh.

MACLAGAN, Sir Edward Douglas, K.C.I.E.,
C.S.I.— Cr. 1913.

Fourth son of Gen. Robert Maclagan, R.E., of Edin-
burgh, who d. 1894, by Patricia, who d. 1906, dau. of
the late Patrick Gilmour, Esq., of Londonderry ; b.
1864; m. 1906 Edie Emily, elder dau. of the late
William Morony, Esq., of Seafield, Belmullet, co.
Mayo. Sir Edward Maclagan, who was educated at
Winchester and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1886, M.A.
1890), and entered the Indian Civil Service 1885, was
Superintendent of Census, Punjab, 1890-2; Under
Secretary to the Government of India, Revenue and
Agricultural Department, 1892-5 ; Settlement Officer,
Multan, 1896-1901 ; Deputy Commissioner, Amritsar,
1902-4; Chief Secretary to the Government of the
Punjab and a Member of the Council of the Lieut.-
Governor 1906-10 ; Secretary to the Government of
India, Revenue and Agricultural Department, and an
Additional Member of the Council of the Governor-
(i™. for making Laws and Regulations 1910-15.
and Secretary to the Government of India, Education
Department, 1915-19; appointed Lieut.-Governor of
the Punjab 1919. — Lieut. -Governor's Camp, Punjab,
India ; Armadale, Simla, India ; Athentsum, and East
India United Service Clubs, s.w.




MAO LAGAN, Maioi'-Gen. Ewbn Geoege
SINCLAIR-, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., of

Glenquiecb, Forfarshire.

Onlj' child of Robert Ewen Sinclair-Mac Lagan, Esq.,
whorf. 1870, by Alice (who m. 2ndly 18— Capt. Howel
Gunter, late 73rd Eegt., who d. 1903), dau. of the
late George Wall, Esq., of Ceylon; b. 1868; s. Mrs.
Anna Maria Sinclair-Mac Lagan, -widow of his uncle
John Alexander Sinclair-Mac Lagan, Esq., J.P., of
Glenquiech, 1913 ; m. 1902 Edith Kathleen, dau. of
Major-Gen. Sir George Arthur French, K.C.M.G., and
has a dau., Isobel Kathleen. Major-Gen. Sinclair-Mae
Lagan, who was educated at the United Services Coll.,
"Westward Ho, and was formerly Capt. Border Begt.,
is a Major-Gen., late Alexandra, Princess of Wales's
Own Yorkshire Regt. ; was D.A.A.G. N.S.W. 1901-4 ;
Director of Drill at the R. Mil. Coll. of the Common-
wealth of Australia, with the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col..
1911-14; in command of a Brig.ade, with the temp,
rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1914-17, and temp.Major-Gen.
1917-19 ; appointed to command Highland DiV., T.F..
1919 ; has the Serbian Order of the White Eagle, 3rd
Class, with Swords, and the French Croix de Guerre.
• — Glenquiech, Kirriemuir, Forfarshire; Junior Army
and Navy Club, s.-w. ; cjo Messrs. Cox ^- Co., 16, Charing
Cross, s.w.

of Pearsie, Forfarshire.
Fourth son of Alexander Stormonth Maclagan-Wed-
derburn, Esq., of Pearsie, who d. 1907, by Anne, eldest
dau. of the late John Ogilvie, Esq., of Dundee ; b. 1875 ;
m. 1903 Dora, dau. of John Stewart, Esq., of Queens-
land. Mr. Maclagan-Wedderburn, who was educated
at Blair Lodge, is a J.P. for Queensland. — Pearsie,
near Kirriemuir, Forfarshire. Residence : Yungaburra,
Cairns, North Queensland.

MACLAINE, Capt. Kenneth Douglas Loene,
M.G., of Lochbuie, Argyllshire.
Elder son of Capt. Murdoch Gillian Maclaine, J.P. and
D.L., late 6th Dragoon Guards, of Lochbuie, who d.
1909, by Katherine Marianne, youngest dau. of the late
Salis Schwabe, Esq., of Glyn-y-Garth, Anglesey ; b.
1 880. Capt. Maclaine, who was formerly Lieut. Scottish
Horse Imp. Yeo., is Capt. loth Hussars, Special
Reserve, and was temp. Major 17th (Service) Batt.
Middlesex Regt. 1916-16 and Acting Major Service
Batt. W. Riding Regt. 1 9 1 7. - C/o Messrs. Tods, Murray
^- Ja-mieson, 66, Queen Street, Edinburgh.

McLAREN, Sir John, K.B.E., M.Insfc.C.E.,
M.Inst.M.E.— Cr. 1919.

Eldest son of Henry McLaren, of Hylton Castle, Sunder-
land, by Jean, dau. of the late John Buchanan,
of Gilchorn, Arbroath; b. 1850; m. 1881 Jane, dau.
of James McCracken, of Altimeg, Glenapp. Sir
John McLaren, -who was educated privately, was a
Member of the R. Commission on International
Exhibitions, Brussels 1910, and Turin and Rome
1911 ; Chairman of the Management Board and Board
of Control of the National Ordnance Factories, Leeds,
191.5-19 and President of the Chamber of Commerce,
Leeds, 1918-19 ; is a J.P. for Leeds, and Chairman of
J. & H. McLaren Ltd., Engineers, Leeds. — Highfield
House, Headingley, Leeds ; British Empire, and Farmers'
Clubs, s.w. ; Leeds Club, Leeds.

McLAREN. See Aberconway, Lord.

McLaughlin, sir henrt, k.b.e.— Cr. 1919.

Eldest son of William Henry McLaughlin, Esq , D.L ,
of Macedon, Whitehouse, co. Antrim, by Emily, who d.

1901, dau. of the late George Dobbin, Esq,, C.E., of
Cork ; b. 1876 ; m 1899 Ethel Mary, dau. of William S.
MoUan, Esq., of Belfast. Sir Henry McLaughlin, who
w.is educated at Belfast R. Academy andatMt. Radford
School, Exeter, is a Director of McLaughlin & Harvey
Ltd., Contractors, of Belfast, Dublin, and London ;
wasformerly aMemberof the Irish Recruiting Council;
appointed Director- Gen. of Demobilisation and Re-
employment of Sailors and Soldiers for Ireland 1919.
— Riversdale, Monkstown, co. Dublin; 19-25, Dart-
mouth Road, Dublin ; Stephen's Green Club, Dublin.

McLaughlin, the Rev. Edwaed Ceofton
Leigh, of The Lydiates, Herefordshire.
Eldest son of Major-Gen. Edward McLaughlin, J.P.,
late R.A., of The Lydiates, who d. 1912.by Annie.'who
d. 1911, only child of the late James Bromilow, Esq.,
of St. Helen's. Lancashire; b. 1858: m. 1899 Blanche
ToUey, dau. of Martin Mence, Esq., of Northwick Hall,
Worcester, and has, with other issue, a son, * Martin
Crofton, b. 1900. Mr. McLaughlin, who was educated
atShrewsbury and atCh. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1882, M.A.
1885), has been Rector of Burford, Shropshire,
since 1888. — Residence: Bitrford Rectory, Tenburi/,
Shropshire ; R. Automobile Club. s.w.


MACLAT, the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Paton,
Bart.-Cr. 1914.
Third son of Ebenezer JIaclay, Esq., of Glasgow, who
d. 1894, by Janet, who d. 1895, dau. of the late Joseph
Paton, Esq., of Paisley; b. 1857; m. 1889 Martha,
dau. of the late William Strang, Esq., of Glasgow.
Sir Joseph Maclay, who was educated at Glasgow, and
was formerly a Member of the Town Council of Glas-
gow and of the Clyde Trust, is a J.P. and D.L. for
Glasgow, a Partner in the firm of Maclay & M'lutyre,
Shipbrokers, Glasgow,' and a Director of the Scottish
Temperance Life Assurance Co. Ltd. ; appointed
Shipping Controller Dec. 1916. — Duchal, Kilmalcolm,
Renfrewshire; 17, Park Terrace West, Glasgow; if.
Societies' Club, s.w. ; New, and Liberal Clubs, Glasgow.

MACLEAN, the Right Hon. Sir Donald,
K.B.E.— Cr. 1917.

Eldest son of John Maclean, Esq., of Kilmoluaig-
Tiree, Argyllshire, who d. 1892, by Agues, nia Mac,
millan ; b. 1864 ; m. 1907 Gwendolen Margaret, eldest
dau. of Andrew Devitt, Esq., J. P., of Herontye,
Sussex. Sir Donald Maclean, who was educated
privately and admitted a Solicitor 1887, was Parlia-
mentary Private Secretary to the Patronage Secretary of
the Treasury (Lord Murray of Elibank) Jan.-Oct 1911
anil Deputy Chairman of Committee of Ways and
Means in the House of Commons 1911-18 ; sat as
M.P. for Batd 1906-Jan. 1910 and for Peebles and
Selkirk Dec. 1910-1918 and has sat for the Peebles
and S. Div. of Midlothian and Peebles since 1918.—
Reform, R. Societies', and National Liberal Clubs,
s.w. ; Bath Club, w. ; 6, Southwick Place, Hyde Park.w.

MACLEAN, Sir FitzRot Donald, Bart.,K.C.B.,
of Duart, and Morvaren, Argyllshire. — Cr.

Only son of Sir Charles FitzRoy Maclean, 9th Bart., of
Morvaren, by Emily Eleanor, who d. 1838. 4th dau. of
the late Hon. and Rev. Jacob Marsham, D.D. ; b. 1835 ;
.s. 1883 ; m. 1872 Constance Marianni, younger dau. of
the late George Holland Ackers, Esq., cf Moreton Hall,
Cheshire. Sir FitzRoy Maclean, who was A.D.C.
to F.M. Lord Seaton and to Gen. Sir George Brown


I860, and formerly President of the Highland Society
of London, is a J P. and D.L. far Kent, a J. P. for
Argyllshire, Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. late Conim.
Queen's Own W. Kent Yeo. Cav., Lieut.-Col. ret. late
Comm. 13th Hussars, Chief of the Clan Maclean and
President of the Clan Maclean Association, of the Mull
and lona Association, and of the League of Mercy for
Hyfhe and GTavesend— Overblow, Shorne, Kent ; Duart
Castle, Craignure, Isle of Mull, Argyllshire; United
Service Club, s.w. ; Cavalry Club, w. ; R. Yacht
Squadron, Cowes ; R. Highland Yacht Club, Oban ;
\h, Hyde Park Terrace, w.

/fcj>, hisson Hector FitzBoy, F.Z.S., Major Scots Guards; 6.
1873; m. 1907 Winifred Joan, younger dau. of tbe late
J. L. Wilding, Esq., and has, with other issue, a son,
• Donald Iain Andrew, 6. 1913.

MACLEAlf, Kaid Sir Harry Adbret de
Verb, K.C.M.G., F.R.C.I., of Kirby Cane
Hall, Norfolk.— Cr. 1901.
Son of Inspector-Gen. Andrew Maclean, M.D., Army
Medical Staff, who d. 1908; b. 1848; m. 1st 1882
Catherine (whom he div. 1905), dau. of Thomas
Coe, Esq.; 2ndly 1913 Ella, dau. of the late Gen.
Sir Harry North Dalrymple Prendergast, G.C.B., V.C ,
and has had, with 3 daus., a son, Andrew de Vere, !
Capt. E. Surrey Regt., Special Reserve, and Capt. \
ret., late E. Surrey Regt. ; b. 1882; m. 1907 Eleanor I
Dulce (who m. 2ndly 1916 Major Ferdinand Charles
Tracy Ewald, D.S.O., N. Staffordshire Re

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