Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, and has, with other
issue, a son, * John Duncan George, Lieut. Seaforth
Highlanders, attached to R.A.F.; b. 1896. Lieut.-Col.
MacRae-Gilstrap is Constable of Eilean Donan Castle,
a J.P. for Nottinghamshire (was on the roll for High
Sheriff for 1915), for Argyllshire, and for Newiirk-
on-Trent, a Gentleman-at-Arms, a Member of the R.
Co. of Archers (King's Body Guard for Scotland),
an Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army, late temp. Lieut.-
Col. Comm. an Infantry Batt., previously Comm. 11th
(Service) Batt., and Capt. and Hon. Major late 3rd
Batt., formerly Capt. The Black Watch, and assumed
by royal license the additional surname and arms of
Gil.strap in 1896 under the will of Sir William
Gilstrap, 1st and only Bart., of Fornham Park, Suffolk,
and of Northgate.— £n«iH!OT-f, Otter Ferry, Argyll-
shire; Northgate, Newark-on^Trcnt ; Eilean Donan
Castle, Kyle of Lochalsh; Naval and Military C'foi, w.;
R. Automobile Club, s.w. ; New Club, Edinburgh.
MAC RAY, Miss, of Whitefield, Cumberland.
Mary Edith, eldest surviving dau. of the Rev. William
Dunn Macray, M.A., D.Litt., F.S.A., formerly Rector
of Ducklington, Oxfordshire. Miss Macray «. under
the will of Miss Josephine Mary Agnes Gough 1912.
— Whitefield., Mealsgate, Carlisle.
MACREADT, Gen. Sir (Cecil Frederick)
Nevil, G.C.M.G., K.C.B. — Cr. K.C.B.
1912, K.C.M.G. 1915, G.C.M.G. 1918.
Youngest son of William Charles Macready, Esq., of
Sherborne and Cheltenham, who d. 1873, by C6cile
Louise, who d. 1908, dau. of the late J. Spencer, Esq. ;
b. 1862 ; m. 1886 Sophia Geraldine, youngest dau. of
the late Maurice Uniacke Atkin, Esq., of Ledington,
CO. Cork. Sir Nevil Macready, who was educated at
Marlborough and at Cheltenham Coll., is a Gen.
late Gordon Highlanders, and Grand Officier Legion
d'Honneur, of the Italian Order of the Crown and
of the Belgian Order of the Crown ; has the Grand
Cordon of the Japanese Order of the Sacred Treasure
and the Belgian Croix de Guerre ; was A..4.G. Cape
Colony 1902-4, A.Q.M.G. there 1904-6, an A.A.G.
Head Quarters 1907-9, in command of tlie 2nd In-
fantry Brigade, Aldershot Command, 1909-10, Director
of Personal Services at the War Office 1910-14, and
in command of tbe troops in Belfast and an Additional
Resident Magistrate for cos. Antrim, Armagh, Cavan,
Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, Monaghan
and Tyrone, and for the co. of the City of Londonderry
Apr.-Aug. 1914, Adjutant-Gen. B.E.F., with the temp,
rank of Lieut.-Gen., Aug. 1914-1916, and Adjutant-
Gen, and a Member of the Army Council 1916-18;
appointed Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police
1918. — 47, Wetherby Mansions, Earl's Court Square,
MACRBDIE, of Perceton, Ayrshire. See Mure.
Alexander, Knt., F.R.G.S.
— Cr. 1910.
Elder son of John McRobert, Esq., o
Aberdeenshire, who d. 1904, by Helen,
rho d. 1906,
COUNTT FAMILIES OF
youngest dan. of the late Alexander Collie, Esq., of
Maryculter, N.B. ; b. 1854 ; m. 1st 1883 Georgina, who
d. 1905, younger dau. of the late George Porter, Esq.,
of British Columliia ; 2ndly 1911 Rachel, dau. of Dr.
■William Hunter Workman, of Worcester, Massa-
chusetts, U.S.A. Sir Alexander McRohert, who was
educated at Newhills, N.B., and at the R. Coll.
of Science (Hon. LL.D. Aberdeen), is Managing
Director of the Woollen Mills, Cawnpore. — Cawnpore,
India ; Oriental, and Bath Clubs, w. ; National Liberal
McSHEEHT, Thomas Frederick William
Corbet, Esq., of Kilmurry, co. Limerick.
Eldest surviving son of John Thomas McSheehy, Esq.,
of Shannon Lawn, co. Limerick, 23 years a Stipendiary
Magistrate, Ireland, who d. 1892 (by Mary Rosa, dau.
of the late James Wall Smith, Esq., of Woodbine, co.
Cork), and great-grandson of John Sheehy, Esq., of
Donoman Castle, CO. Limerick ; h. 1868; »«.1911 Edith,
eldest dau. of Comm. Edward Robert Brietzcke, ret.
R.N., and )ias, with a dau., a son, *Antony Herbert
Corbet, b. 1912. Mr. McSheehy, who was educated at
St. George's Coll., Weybridge, and was formerly Lieut.
3rd Batt. Prince of Wales's Leinster Regt., has served
in the Bechuanaland Police Force, Protectorate Regt.
• and Border Scouts, South Africa. The family resumed
the ancient family prefix Mc in 1 849. — Donoman, The
Drive, Wiinhledon ; Primrose Club, s.w.
MacTAGGART STEWART. See Stewart, Bart.,
MacTERNAN, Hugh Connell, Esq., of Barna-
meenagli, and Mount Allen, co. Leitrim.
Eldest son of Hugh MacTernan, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of Heapstown, co. Sligo, and of Mount Allen, who d.
1911, by Eleanor Mary, who d. 191.'i, dau. of the
late Connell Loughnan, Esq., of Crohill, co. Kilkenny ;
b. 1859. Mr. MacTernan, who was educated at Clon-
gowes Wood Coll., was formerly Lieut. Leitrim Rifles.
— Barnameenagh, Drumshambo, co. Leitrim.
MacTERNAN, James N. F., Esq., of
town, CO. Sligo; and of Glackawndarragh,
Fourth son of Hugh MacTernan, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of Heapstown, and of Mount Allen, co. Leitrim, who
d. 1911, by Eleanor Mary, who rf. 1915, dau. of the
late Connell Loughnan, Esq., of Crohill, co. Kil-
kenny; b. 1874. Mr. MacTernan, who was edu-
cated at Clongowes Wood Coll., is a Magistrate for
COS. Sligo and Roscommon. — Heapstown, Boyle, co.
Sligo ; Glackawndarragh, Altygowlan, co. Leitrim.
Lily, dau. of the late Thomas Neilson Brown, Esq., of
Newcastle-on-Tyn» ; m. 1877 Sir David Caldwell
McVail, M.B., F.R.F.P.S. Glasgow, Hon. F.R.C.P.L,
Hon. Consulting Physician to the Glasgow R. In-
firmary, and a Member of the Court of Glasgow Univ.,
who was the Annual Lecturer to the Faculty of
Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow on the Mechanism
of Respiration 1882, and formerly Professor of Clinical
Medicine at St. Mungo's Coll., Glasgow, and Crown
Member for Scotland of the Gen. Medical Council, and
who was cr. Knt. 1910 and d. 1917. — 3, St. James's
Terrace, Hillhead, Glasgow.
of the l.ate Thomas Rotherham, Esq.. of Triermore. co.
Meath; b. 1866 ; w. 1889 Grace Alice Maude, dau. of
the late Gen. Charles Annesley Ben.son, of Ormonde
House, Sion Hill, Bath, and has, with 2 other sons and
4 daus., '•Ferdinand Annesley. Capt. and temp. Major
4th Batt. R. Iri.sh Fusiliers: b. 1890; m. 1919 Hazel
Beryl, only dau. of Frank Hunter, Esq.. of Stramore.
Belfast. Mr. M'Veash is a J.P. for co. Meath, and
was High Sheriff 1890. — Drewsfown, near Kells, co.
MACVICAR. See Macdonald-Macvicar.
MADDEN, the Right Hon. Dodgson Hamilton.
Only surviving son of the Rev. Hugh Hamilton Madden,
M.A.. who d. 1876, by Isabella Louisa, who d. 1898,
3rd dau. of the late Henry Joseph Monck Mason, Esq.,
LL.D.; b. 1840; m. 1st' 1868 Minnie, who d. 1895.
eldest dau. of the late Lewis Moore. Esq., D.L., of
Cremorgan, Queen's Co.: 2ndly 1896 Jessie Isabelle,
3rd dau. of the late Richard Warburton, Esq., D.L.,
of Garryhinch, King's Co. Mr. Madden was educated
at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1862, Hon. LL.D.
1891. Hon. Litt.D. 1908), called to the Bar at King's
Inns, Dublin, 1864; appointed a Q.C. 1880; was
Solicitor-Gen. for Ireland 1888-9: Attorney-Gen.
1889-92; M.P. for Dublin Univ. 1887-92; a Judge
of the Supreme Court of Judicature in Ireland 1 892
1919, and Vice-Chancellor of Dublin ITniv. 1896-1019.
— Carlton, and Athenreum Clubs, s.w. ; University, and
Kildare Street Clubs, Dublin.
MADDEN, Adm. Sir Charles Edward,
G.C.B.. KC.M.G., C.V.O.— Cr. K.C.B.
1916, K.C.M.G. 1916, G.C.B. 1919.
Eldest survi\Hns son of Capt. John William Madden,
formerly 4th Regt.. who d. 1875, by Emily, dau.of
the late John Busbv, Esq., of Monkstown, co. Dublin ;
b. 1862; m. 1905 Oon.otance Winifred, younge.st dau.
of Sir Charles Willinm Cayzer. 1st Bart. Sir Charles
Madden is an Adm., a Grand Officer of the Legion of
Honour and of the Belgian Order of Leopold .ind a
Comm. of the Mil. Order of Savoy ; was Naval Assist-
.int to the 1st Sea Lord of the Admir.alty 190.5-7;
Chief of the Staff, Home Fleet, 1907-9; Private
Secretary to the 1st Lord of the Admiralty 1909-10;
a Navai A.D.C. to H.M. King Edward VII. 1910
and to H.M. King George V. 1910-11; 4th Sea
Lord of the Admiralty 1910-12; Re.ir-Adm. 1st
B.attle Squ.idron 1912; in command of 3rd Cruiser
Squatlron 1912-13 and 2nd Cruiser Squ.ndron 1913-
14; Chief of the Staff to the Commander-in-Chief
Grand Fleet, 1914-15 and 2nd in command of the
Grand Fleet 1916-19; appointed Commander-in-Chief
Home and Atlantic Fleets 1919; has the Russian
Order of St. Anne, 1st Class, with Swords, the
Grand Cordon of the Japanese Order of the Rising
Snn, and the French Croix de Guerre.— TTnited Sendee
Club, s.w. ; 34, ISaton Place, s.w.
MADDEN, Gertrdde Frances, Lady.
Dau. of Francis John Sidney Stephen, of Melbourne.
Victoria; m. 1872 the Hon. Sir John M.adden,
G.C.M.G., LL.D., D.C.L., Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court, Victoria, Lieut.-Governor of Victoria, and
Chancellor of Melbourne Univ., who was cr. Knt.
1893, K.C.M.G. 1899, G.C.M.G. 1906, and d. 1918.
— Cliveden, East Melbourne ; Yamala, Frankston,
M'VEAGH, George Joseph Brooke, Esq., of 4-MADDEN, the Hon. Sir Frank, Knt.—
Drewstown, co. Meath. Cr. 1911.
Only son of Ferdinand M'Veagh, Esq., of Drews- Son of the late John Madden; *. 18—; m. 18 —
town, who ri. 1888, by Maria, who d. 1890, eldest dau. : Annie Eliz.i, dau. of the late Hon. James Goodall
THE UNITED KINGDOM.
Francis. Sir Frank Madden, whoisa Solicitor, has been
M.L.A. since 1884 and was Speaker of the Legislative
Assembly, Victoria, 1904-17. — Mooroolbeck, Stndley
Park, Kew, Mdhourne ; 406, Collins Street, Melhourm,
MADDEN, Lieat.-Col. John Clements Water-
house, of Hilton Park, co. Monaghan;
and of Manor Waterliouse, co. Fermanagh.
Only surviving son of John Madden, Esq., of Hilton
Park, and of Manor Waterhouse, who d. 1902, by Lady
Caroline, who d. 1914, 2nd dau. of the late Hon. and
Rev. Francis Nathaniel Clements, and sister of Robert
Bermiugham, 4th Earl of Leitrim; b. 1870; m. 1908
Agnes Mary, 3rd dau. of Sir William Henry Tate, 2nd
Bart., and has, with other issue, a son, * John William
Ryder, b. 1913. Lieut.-Col. Madden, who was edu-
cated at Eton and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge(B.A. 1892,
M.A. 1903), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1895, and at King's Inns, Dublin, 1897, is a D.L. for
CO. Fermanagh (High Sheriff 1909), a Magistrate for
CO. Monaghan (High Sheriff 1906), an Hon. Capt. in
the Army, and Lieut.-Col. late Comra. 4th Batt. R. Irish
Fusiliers. — Hilton Park, Clones, co. Monaghan ; Carlton
Cliii, s.w. ; Bachelors' Club. w.
MADDEN, Walter Wilmot, Esq., F.B.E.A.,
of Roslea Manor, co. Fermanagh.
Elder surviving son of John Madden, Esq., of Roslea
Manor, who d. 1903, by his 1st wife Clara Elizabeth,
who d. 1860, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. James Spencer
Knox; b. 1853; m. 1886 Eleanor, dau. of Charles
Ferdinand Bischoff, Esq., of Woodlands, Waiuku,
New Zealand, and has, with other issue, a son,
♦Arthur Wilmot, *. 1892. — Eoslea Manor, co.
Fermanagh i Aghafin House, Clones, eo. Monaghan;
Falcona, Otahuhu, Sew Zealand.
MADDISON, Mrs., of Partney Hall, Lincoln-
Clara, 3rd dau. of Francis Slater, Esq., of Christchurch,
New Zealand, who d. 1879, by Mary, whoo'. 1876, dau.
of the late John Dadds, Esq., of Wingham, Kent ;
m. 1867 Henry Maddison, Esq., of Partney Hall, who
d. 1906, and has, with other issue, a son, * Henry
George, Capt. Territorial Force Reserve, late temp.
Major 5th Batt, Lincolnshire Regt. ; b. 1868 ; m. 1913
Daisy Roberta Brisco, 4th dan. of the late George
Hodgson Dixon, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Armathwaite,
Cumberland, and has a dau., Theodosia Margaret. —
Partney Hall, Sjiilsbi/, Lincolnshire.
MADDOCKS, Thomas, Esq., of Woodlands,
Eldest son of Thomas Haddocks, Esq., of Woodlands,
who d. 1847, by Mary, dau. of the late John Parton,
Esq., of Weston Lullingfield, Shropshire ; b. 1846; m.
1873 Marv Cawley, dau. of the late George Brassey,
Esq., of Cuddington Hall, Cheshire, and has, with
other issue, a son, * Herbert George Parton, a Tea
Merchant in Ceylon ; educated at Rossall ; b. 1879;
m. 1912 Everil, dau. of the late James Galbraith
Moore, Esq., of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and
has, with a dau., a son, » Thomas, b. 191-. Mr. Mad-
docks, who was educated at Cheltenham Coll, and at
Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1867), is a J.P. for Shrop-
shire ; late Capt. Shropshire R.V. — Woodlands, Went,
MADELE Y, Earl of. See under Crewe, Marquis of.
MADEN, Sir (John) Henry, Knt., of Rock-
clifie' House, Lancashire.— Cr. 1915.
Eldest son of Henry Maden, Esq., J.P., of Rockcliffe
House, who ,/. 1890; h. 1862; m. 1891 Alice, dau. of
Joshua Meller, Esq., of Lytharo. and has a son, * Henry,
b. 1892. Sir Henry Maden is a Manufacturer at Bacup,
a J.P. and C.C. for Lancashire (High Sheriff 1914),
and an Aid. of Bacup of which he was Mayor 1896,
1900-11, and 1917, and was M.P. for the Rossendale
Div. of Lancashire 1892-1900 and 1917-18.— ifoc/t-
eliffe House, near Bacup.
MADGE, Sir William Thomas, Bart.— Or.
Eldest son of Thomas Madge, of Plymouth, who d.
1880, by Margaret Haxman, who d. 1886, dau. of the
late George Orr, of Plymouth; b. 1845 ; m. 1st 1866
Mary Helen, who d. 1891, dau. of the late James W.
Webber, of Plvmouth ; 2ndlv 1892 Judith, dau. of the
late S. Ketchell. Sir WiUiim Madge, who was edu-
cated at Plymouth, was on " The Western Morning
News" for 6 years and Manager of "The Globe"
1866-1908, becoming twice Proprietor and severing
his connection with the paper in 1914 ; is Proprietor
of " The People" Ltd. — Devonia, St. Margaret'.'! Bay j
Junior Carlton Club, s.w. ; Constitutional Club, v/.c. ;
Broughton Lodge, Putney Hill, s.w.
Heir,\i\% grandson Frank William, educated at Tollbridge;
MADOCKS, Lieut.-Col. William Robaets
Napier, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., of Glany-
Second son of Henry Robarts Madocks, Esq., of
Glanywern, Vron Iw, and Llay Hall, Denbighshire,
who d. 1902, by the Hon. Anne Amelia, 2nd dau. of
Robert Cornells, 1st Lord Napier of Magdala, G.C.B.,
G.C.S.I. ; b. 1870; m. 1903 Laura, only dau. of the
late Sir Walter Lawry Buller, K.C.M.G., and has,
with other issue, a son, *Gwynn Henry Buller, b.
1903. Lieut.-Col. Madocks is Lieut.-Col. and temp.
Brigadier-Gen. R.F.A. — Naval and Military Club, w.
MAGHERAMORNE, Lord (Dddley Stdart
McGarel-Hogg).— Cr. 1887.
Second son of James, 1st Lord, whorf. 1890, bythe Hon.
Caroline Elizabeth Emma Douglas-Pennant, eldest