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, is a
J.P. and D.L. for Monmouthshire (High Sheriff 1896),
and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. late Comm. 2nd Vol.
Batt. S. Wales Borderers. — Residence : Abergavenny.

MANSEL-PLEYDELL, of Whatcombe,
Vivien {m. 1919 Lieut.-Col. Henry George Moreton
Railston, D.S.O., Rifle Brigade, who has the French
Croix de Guerre), and Daphne {m. 1919 Capt. John
Anthony Arnold-Forster, late temp. Capt. R.H.A.),
daus. of Lieut.-Col. Edmund Morton Mansel-Pleydell,
J.P. and D.L., late 12th I-ancers, of Whatcombe, who
d. 1914, by Kathleen Emily, 4th dau. of Sir Thoinas
Fraser Grove, 1st Bart., of Feme, Wiltshire. The
above, who s. their brother Henry Grove Morton
Mansel-Pleydell, Esq., M.C., Lieut. Dorsetshire Regt.,
who was killed inaction, 1916, are Ladies of the Manor
of Whateombe and Patrons of 3 livings. — Residence :
Croft House, Bot/ei/, Hampshire.

MANSELL, Lieut.-Col. Sir John Herbert,
K.B.E.— Cr. 1919.

Eldest son of Capt George Hope Mansell, R.N.. who
d. 1913, by Elizabeth, who d. 1878, eldest dau. of the




late Robert Tanner, Esq., of Ledbury ; b. 1864; m. 1891
Jane Wilhelmina, younger dau. of the late Majov-Gen.
William James Stuart, R.E. Sir John Mansell, who
was educated privately and at the R. Mil. Academy,
Woolwich, is a D.L. for Warwickshire; Managing
Director of Coventry Ordnance Works and of the Eng-
lish Electric Co. ; Lieut.-Col. Reserve of Officers
Lieut.-Col. ret,, late R.G.A., and a Member of Warwick-
shire T.F. Association. — 7'Ac Chase, near Coventry,
United Service Club, s.w.

MANSERGH, Philip St. George, Esq., of
Friarsfield, and Grenane, eo. Tipperary.

Younger son of Richard St. George Mansergh, Esq., of
Friarsfield, who d. 1897, by Sophia Elizubeth, who d.
1905, eldest dau. of the late Richard Oliver EUard,
Esq., of Newtown EUard, co. Limerick; h. 186.3; s.
his brother Richard Southcote Mansergh, Esq., J.P.,
at Grenane, 1906, and his sister Miss Charlotte Rosetta
Mansergh, at Friarsfield, 1917; m. 1907 Ethel Mar-
guerite Otway Louisa, only dau. of the late Major
Charles Stepney Perceval Egmont Mansergh, 40th
Regt., of Clifford, co. Cork, and has, with other issue,
a son, * Charles Ogilvy Martin Southcote, b. 1908.—
Friarsfield, and Grenane, Tipperary.

MANSERGH-GOING, Mrs., of Liskeveen
House, CO. Tipperary.
Margaret Louisa, eldest dau. of the late Samuel
Murray Going, Esq., of Liskeveen; m. 1883, as his
2nd wife, Owen Lloyd (2nd son of the Rev. James
Mansergh, of Ballingarry), a J.P. and Grand Juror
for CO. Tipperary, who assumed the additional sur-
name of Going, and who d.s.p. 1892. — Liskeveen House,

MANSFIELD, Earl of (Alan David Mdreat).
-Cr. 1776 and 1792.

Third and elder surviving son of William David,
Viscount Stormont (only son of the 4th Earl), who
d. 1893, by Emily Louisa, who d. 1919, elder dau.
of Sir John AthoU Bannatyne MacGregor, of Mac-
Gregor, 3rd Bart.; b. 1864; «. his brother William
David, 5th Earl, P.C, 1906 ; in. 1899 Margaret Helen
Mary, 2nd dau. of Sir Malcolm MacGregor, of
MacGregor, 4th Bart. The Earl of Mansfield, who
was educated at Charterhouse and at the R. Mil. Coll.,
Sandhurst, was formerly Lieut. The Black Watch (R.
Highlanders), is a D.L. for Perthshire, and temp.
Lieut.-Col. and Co. Commandant Perthshire Vol.
Regt., and was Gentleman Usher of the Green Rod
1895-1917.—- Scone Palace, Perth, N.B.; Comlongon
Castle, Buthwell, Dumfriesshire, N.B.; Logiealmond
Lodge, Perth, N.B.

Heir, his son Mungo David Malcolm, Lord Scone, h. 1 900.

MANSFIELD, Major-Gen. Sir Heebert,
K.C.B.— Cr. 1914.

Fourth son of the Rev. Joseph Mansfield, M. A., Rector
of Blandford St. Mary, Dorsetshire, who d. 1895, by
Emily, who d. 1899, 3rd dau. of the late Col. the Hon.
Sir Robert le Poer Trench, K.C.B., KT.S. ; b. 1855;
m. 1884 Debonnaire Lydia Campbell, eldest dau. of
Col. George Campbell Ross, formerly Commandant
16th Bengal Cav. Sir Herbert Mansfield, who was
educated at Haileybury, is a Major-Gen. ret., late
Indian Army, and a J.P. for Hampshire ; was Deputy
Director-Gen.of Transport, Simla, 1902 5; Inspector-
Gen, of Supplies and Transport, India, 190.')-8, and
Director of Supplies and Transport in India 1910-12.
^Bayfields, Headlet/, Hampshire.

lIANSFIELD, Annie Eliza Margaret, Lady.

Second dau. of Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Augustus
Frederick EUis, M.P., who rf. 1841, by Mary Frances

Thurlow (who d. 1851, having m. 2ndly 18—
Wilhelm, Baron Von Munster, Chamberlain to the
Duke of Saxe Meiningen), eldest dau. of Sir David
Cunynghame, 5th Bart.; m. 1859 Sir Charles Edward
Mansfield, a Col. ret., late 33rd Regt., who was Consul-
Gen, at Warsaw 1865-76, Agent and Consul-Gen. ,at
Bucharest 1876-7, Minister Resident and Consul-
Gen, at Bagota 1878-81, Minister Resident at Caracas
1881-4, and Minister Resident and Consul-Gen. at
Lima 1884-95, and who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1887 and d.

-I- MANSFIELD, Francis Harcourt, Esq., of
Castle Wray, co. Donegal.
Eldest son of Francis Stewart Mansfield, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., of Castle Wray, Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col.
late 5th Batt. R. Inniskilling Fusiliers, who d. 1909, by
Anna Philippa, eldest dau. of the late George Simon
Harcourt, Esq., M.P., of Ankerwyke, Buckingh.am-
shire ; b. 1861. Mr. Mansfield, who was educated at
St. Columba's Coll., co. Dublin, was formerly in the
N.W. Mounted Police. Canada.

MANSFIELD, George, Esq., of Morristown
Lattin, co. Kildare.

Eldest son of George Patrick Lattin Mansfield, Esq.,
of Morristown Lattin, who rf. 1889, by Mary Frances
Constance, who d. 1863, dau. of the late George
Bourke O'Kelly, Esq., of Acton House, Middlesex ; b.
1845 ; m. 1877 Alice, eldest dau. of Coimt d'Audebard
de Ferussac, of Pleurs, France, and has, with other
issue, a son, * Eustace Lattin, temp. Capt. North-
amptonshire Regt. ; late Capt. 3rd Batt. R. Dublin
Fusiliers, previously Capt. Wicklow R.F.A., Special
Reserve; b. 1879; m. 1911 Mabel Edith Clare,
3rd dau. of the late Thomas Guy Paget, Esq., of Hum-
berstone, Leicestershire, and has a dau., Rosalind
Joan Clare Lattin. Mr. Mansfield is a J.P and D.L.
for CO. Kildare (High SheriiF 1874). — Morristown
Lattin, Naas, co. Kildare ; B. Automobile Club, s.w. ;
Kildare Street Club, Dublin.

MANSFIELD. See Sandhurst, Viscount.

MANSON, Sir Patrick, G.C.M.G., F.R.S.—
Cr. K.C.M.G. 1903, G.C.M.G. 1912.

Son of John Manson, Esq., of Fingask, Aberdeenshire,
who d. 1877, by Elizabeth Livingston, who d. 1905,
eldest dau. of the late Dr. Patrick Blaikie, R.N. ; b.
1844 ; m. 1875 Henrietta, dau. of the late Capt. Janes
Ptolemy Thurburn, ret. R.N. Sir Patrick Manson,
who was educated at Aberdeen Univ. (M.B. 1865,
M.D. 1866, LL.D. 1886, Hon. D..Sc. Oxford 1904),
is a F.R.C.P. and was Medical Adviser to the Colonial
Office 1897-1912.— 2%e Shelling, Clonbur, (

MANSON, James Beucb, Esq., of Kilblean,

Fourth son of Alexander Manson, Esq., of Kilblean,
who d. 1883, by Jane, dau. of the late John Ross,
Esq., of Perth, N.B. ; b. 1840 ; m. 1868 Jane Allison,
eldest dau. of the late George Marr, Esq., of Hatton,
Aberdeenshire, and has, with other issue, a son,
♦Alexander, Capt. 5th Batt. Gordon Highlanders;
b. 1887; m. 1917 Isabel, eldest dau. of Alexander
Eeid, Esq., of New Zealand, formerly of Balgreen,
King-Edward, and has a son, * James Alexander, b.
1919. Mr. Manson is a J.P. and C.S. for Aberdeen.
shiTe.— Kilblean, Old Meldrum, N.B.


EUinor Knight, 2nd dau. of Charles Hitchcock, Esq.,
M.D. ; m. 1866 Sir John lies ManteU, Ch. Justice of
the Gambia, who was cr. Knt. 1867, and d. 1893.
3m 897


MANTON, Sir Henry John, Knt.— Or. 1912.

Only son of Aid. Henry Manton, of Birmingham, -who
d. 1903, by Margaret,' who d. 1884, dau. of the lat^'
William Joseph, Esq., of Birmingham; b. 1835; m.
1858 Mary, dau. of the late "William Woodroffe, Yeo-
man Farmer, of Norman ton. Leicestershire. Sir Henry
Manton, who was educated at King Edward's School,
Birmingham, and was formerly Chairman of Justices,
Biianingham, is a J.P. for Birmingham, and a Member
• of the Birmingham Board of Guardians and City
Council, and ex-President of the Executive Council
of the Poor Law Unions Association. — Roxdnqton ,
, Birmingham ; Liberal Chib, Birminghim.



MANVERS, Earl (Chaeles William Sydney

Pieeeepont).— Or. 1806.
Elder surviving son of Sydney William Herbert, 3rd Earl ,
by Georgine Jane Elizabeth Fanny de Franquetot, who
d. 1910, 2ud dau. of the late .lugustin Louis Joseph
Casimir GustJive. Due de Coigny ; b. 1854 ; s. 1900 ; m.
1 880 Helen, eldest surviving dau. of Sir Robert Michael
Shaw-Stewart, 7th Bart. Earl Manvers, who was edu-
cated at Eton, is a J.P. and D.L. for Nottinghamshire,
Hon. Col. 8th Batt., previously Lieut.-Col. and Hon.
Col. Comm. 4th Vol. Batt. the Sherwood Foresters,
V.D., formerly Capt. Nottinghamshire Yeo. Cav., pre-
viously Lieut. Grenadier Guards, and Patron of
14 livings ; was M.P. for the Newark Div. of Notting-
hamshire 1885-95 and 1898-1900; commanded the
N. Midland Vol. Infantry Brigade, with the temp, rank
of Col. in the Army, 1906-8, and the Notts and Derby
Brigade, Territorial Force, with the temp, rank of Col.
intheArmy, 1908-9.— rAflccsAy Pari, Ollerton ; Holme
Pierrqiont, Nottingham ; Carlton, Travellers , and Wd
lington Clubs, s.w. ; 6, Tilney Street, w.

Heir, his son Evelyn Robert, Viscount Newark ; h. 1838.

MAPLE, Lady.

Emily Harriet, dau. of Moses Merryweather, Esq., o
Clapham, Surrey ; m. 1st 1874 Sir John Blundell Maple
1st and only Bart. (cr. 1897), M.P.,of Childwick Burv
Hertfordshire, who d. 1903; 2ndly 1906 Montague
Ballard, Esq.— C7arc»ce House, Regent's Park, n.w.

MAPPIN, Sir Prank, Bart.— Cr. 1886.

Eldest son of Sir Frederick Thorpe Mappin, 1st Bart.,
by Mary Crossley, who d. 1908. dau. of the late John
Wilson, Esq., of Oak Holme, Sheffield ; h. 1846; s. 1910.
Sir Frank Mappin is a Magistrate for the W. Riding of
Yorkshire and for Sheffield, and Capt. and Hon. Major
late 1st W. York Yeo. Cav.— Residence : Birch-
lands, Sheffield ; Reform, and National Liberal
Clubs, s.w.

I/eir Pres., his brother Wilson, a Magistrate tor the W.
Riding of Torlishire, for Derbyshire and for Sheffield ; b
1848 ; m. 1876 Emily Kingiford, dau. of George Wilson
Esq., of Taptou Hall. Yorkshire, and has had, with other
issue, a son, Tljomas Wilson, late Lieut. 4th W. Eidiug of
Yorkshire Vol. Art., Western Div. R.A. ; 6. 1877 ; m. 1906
Violet Maud, dau. of the late Joseph Charles Mappin,
Esq., of London, and d. 1916, leaving, with other issue a
son. • Charles Thomas Hewitt. *. 1909.

MAR, Earl of (John Francis Eeskine Goodeve-
Erskine). — Cr. ante 1404-5.
Only son of William James Goodeve, Esq., of Clifton,
whorf. 1862, by his 2nd wife Lady Frances Jemima,
who d. 1842, elder dau. of John Francis, 32nd Earl
of Mar; *. 1836; s. his uncle John Francis Mill
33rd Earl, and assumed the additional surname of
Erskinein 1866; m. 1866 Alice Mary Sinclair, elder
dau. of the late John Hamilton, Esq., of Hilston Park,
Monmouthshire. The Earl of Mar, who was educated
»t Queens' Coll., Cambridge (M..A. 1860), has been a

Representative Peer of Scotland since 1886. — Villa
Indiana, Monte Carlo ; Carlton Club, s.w.

ffeir.his son John Francis Hamilton Sinclair CunlitEe Brooks
Forbes. Lord Garioch, educated at Eton and at Magdalene
Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1868 : m. 1903 Sibyl May Dominica,
only dau. of the late Robert Heathcote, E^q., of Lobthorpe,
Lincolnshire, and of Manton, Rutland.

MAR AND KELLIE, Earl of ("Walter John
Francis Eeskine, K.T.).— Cr. 1565 and

Eldest son of Walter Henry, 11th Earl of Mar and
13th Earl of Kellie. by Mary Anne, eldest dau. of
the late William Forbes, Esq., of Medwyn, Peebles-
shire; b. 1865; s. 1888; m. 1892 Lady Susan Violet,
4th dau. of Anthony, 8th Earl of Shaftesbury. The
Earl of Mar and Kellie, who was educated at Eton
Lord Lieut, of Clackmannanshire, Ensign R. Co. of
Archers (King's Body Guard for Scotland), and Hon.
Col. 7th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders ; late
Lieut. Scots Guards ; has been a Representative Peer
of Scotland since W91.— Alloa House, Alloa, N.B.; Marl-
borough, and Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; New Club, Edinburgh.
Heir, his son John Francis Ashley, Lord Erskine, Lieut.

Scots Guards ; late Lieut. Srd Batt. Argyll and Sutherland

Highlanders ; educated at Eton ; b. 1895.

MARCH, Earl of. See imieT Richmond, Lennox and

MARCHAMLEY, Lord (Geoege Whitelet,
P.C.).— Cr. 1908.

Eldest son of George Wliiteley, Esq., of Blackburn, who
d. 1873, by Margaret, who d. 1913, 2nd dau. of the
late Dr. James Pickup, of Blackburn; b. 1855;
1881 Alice, who d. 1913, only child of the late
William Tattersall, Esq., of Quarry Bank, Blackburn,
and St. Anthony's, Milnthorpe. Lord Marchamley,
who was educated at Zurich Univ., is a Magis-
trate for Hampshire and for Shropshire, and was
formerly Mayor of Blackburn, M.P. for Stockport
1893-1900, and for the Pudsey Div. of the E. Part
of the W. Riding of Yorkshire 1900-8, and Patroi
Secretary to the Treasury 1905-8. — Reform, and
Ranelagh Clubs, s.w. ; 29, Prince's Gardens, s.w.

Heir, his son William Tattersall, temp. Lient.-Comm. R.
Naval Vol. Reserve ; is on the roll lor High Sheriff of
Hampshire for 1921; 6. 1886; m. 1911 Margaret Clara,
younger dau. of Thomas Scott Johnstone, Esq., of Glenmark,
Waipari, New Zealand, and has a dau., Alice Tattersall.

MARETT, Robert Randlph, Esq., of La
Haule Manor, Jersey.
Only son of Sir Robert Pipon Marett, Bailiff of .Jersey,
and President of the Legislative Assembly, who d.
1884, by Julia Anne, who d. 1901, youngest dau. of the
late Philip Marett, Esq., Seigneur of La Haule Manor
b. 1866; m. 1898 Nora, 4th dau. of Sir John Kirk,
G.C.M.G., K.C.B., of Wavertree, Kent, and has, with
other issue, a son, * John Ranulph de la Haule, Sub-
Lieut. R.N. ; educated at the R. Naval Collf
Osborne and Dartmouth ; i. 1900. Mr. Marett, who
was educated at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1889, M.A.
1901, D.Sc. 1913), is a Fellow and Tutor of Exeter
Coll., Oxford, Univ. Reader in Social Anthropology,
and Seigneur of La Haule and Le Franc Fief de St.
Brelade in Jersey.— ia Haule Manor, St. Brelade's,

MARGARY, Col. Alfred Robert, of Charthani
Park, Surrey.
Only son of Major Alfred Robert Margary, 54th and
26th Regts., of Chartham Park, who d. 1892, by
Georgiana, who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late T. G,
Adams, Esq.; b. 1853; m. 1893 Elizabeth Walker,




only dau. of the late Donald Larnach, Esq., of Bram-
bletye, Sussex, and has a son, * Iran Donald, b. 1896.
Col. Margary is an Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army, and
Col. ret. late Comm. Sussex' Art. E. Dir. R.A.—
Chartham Park, East Grinstead; Junior United Service
Club, s.w. ; Garrick Club, w.c.

MARGESSON, Lieut.-Col. Evklyn William
C.M.G., of Findon Place, Sussex.
Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. William George Margesson,
late o6th and 80th Regts.. of Findon Place, who d.
1911, by Lucy Matilda, who d. 1909, youngest dau.
of the late Edward Blaekett Beaumont, Esq., of
WooJhall, Yorkshire ; h. 186.5. Lieut-Col. Margesson,
who was educated at Eton, is Brevet Lieut.-Col. ret.,|Iate
Norfolk Regt., Capt. Reserve of Officers, and Lieut. -Col.
3rd Batt. Norfolk Regt. ; was an Assistant Adjutant-
Gen. 1915-16; appointed a temp. Inspector of Record
Offices, with the temp, rank of Col., 1916.— Residence
Kingsclere, Liverpool Gardens, Worthing, Sussex.

iIARGITSON, of Ditchingliain. See Haggard.


Kathleen Mary, eldest surviving dau. of the late Sir
"William Stevenson, K.C.B., Governor of Mauritius ;
m. 1860 Sir Francis Arthur Marindin. K.C.M.G., of
Craigflower, Fife, a Major ret., R.E., and Senior
Inspecting Officer of Railways under the Board of
Trade, who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1897 and d. 1900,
leaving a dau., Kathleen Mary Isabel, now of Craig-
flower (!tiAo?m «ce). — 3, Sloane Court, s.w.

lARINDIN, Col. Arthur Henet, C.B.,
D.S.O., of Woodfield, "Worcestershire.

Only son of the late Henry Colvile Marindin, Esq.
(eldest son of the late Rev. Samuel M.arindin, of
Chesterton, Shropshire, and of Isabella Colvile, of Craig-
flower, Fifeshire), by Mary, only dau. of the late John
Gregory "Watkins, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of "Woodfleld ;
b. 1868; m. 1S99 Gertrude Florence EveTyn, elder
dau. of the late Edward Robert Erskine Wilmot-
Chetwode, Esq., of "Woodbrook, Queen's Co., and has,
with other issue, a son, * John Peter Erskine Colvile,"
b. 1911. Col. Marindin, who was educated at Eton and
at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1890), is Col. late The
Black Watch (R. Highlanders) ; appointed to command
a Brigade, with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen.,
1916, and promoted temp. Major-Gen. 1918. — Naval
and Military Club, w.; New Club, Edinburgh.

lARINDIN, Miss, of Craigflower, Fife.

Kathleen Mary Isabel, only child of Sir Francis
Arthur Marindin, K.C.M.G., of Craigflower, who d.
1900, by Kathleen Mary, eldest surviving dau. of the
lat« Sir William Stevenson, K.C.B. — 3, Sloane
Court, s.w.

lARJORIBANKS, Sir " George John,
K.C.V.O., of Lees, Berwickshire.— Cr.

Second son of the late Edward Marjoribanks, Esq., of
Bushey Hall, Herts, by Marion Fenella, only dau. of
the late John Loch, Esq., of East Sheen, Surrey; b.
1856; m. 1895 May Cecil, youngest dau. of the late
Major-Gen. Cliffe Hatch, C.S.I., and has a dau., Monica
Marie Fenella. Sir George Marjoribanks is a J.P. for
Berwickshire, and a partner in the bank of Messrs.
Coutts & Co.— Travellers' Club, s.w.; 22, Hans Road,

lARJORIBANKS, of Ladykirk. See

MARJORIBANKS. See Tioecdmouth.

MARK, Lady.

Emily Mary, 3rd dau. of the late Robert Lewis Jones
Esq., of Brook Lodge, Chester; ■ ?n. 1861 Sir John
Mark, a J.P. for Lancashire and for Manchester
(Mayor 1890 and 1891), who was cr. Knt. 1901 and
d. 1909.


Lucy, eldest dau. of the late John Edward Taylor, Esq ,
of Weybridge, Surrey ; m. 1866 Sir William Markby,
K.C.I.E.. D.C.L., a Barrister-at-Law, a Fellow of
Balliol Coll., Oxford, and a J.P. and C. Aid. for
Oxfordshire, who was Recorder of Buckingham 1865-6,
a Judge of the High Court, Calcutta, 1866-78, and
formerly Fellow of All Souls' Coll., Oxford, and who
was cr. K.C.I.E. 1889 and d. \m.—Headingfon Hill,
near Oxford.

MARKER, Richard Raymond Kitchener,
Esq., of Combe, Devonshire.

Only son of Lieut.-Col. (temp. Col.) Raymond John

Marker, D.S.O., late Coldstream Guards,
(of wounds receivedin action) 1914, by Beatrice "iviinnie
Shrieve, 3rd dau. of Sir Thomas Jackson, 1st Bart.,
of Stansted House, Essex ; b. 1908; s. his grandfather
Richard Marker, Esq., J.P., 1916; is Lord of the
Manor of Honiton and Patron of 2 livings. — Combe,
HonitoH, Devonshire.

MARKET, Nicholas, Esq., of Naul Park, co.

Third son of Edward Markey, Esq., J.P., of Grange,
CO. Meath, who rf. 1884, by Cecilia, dau. of the late John
Corrigan, Esq., and sister of Sir Dominic JohnCorrigan,
1st Bart, {ext.) ; b. 18—. Is a Magistrate for cos. Meath
and Dublin. — Naul Park, near Balbriggan, co. Dublin.

MARKHAM, Sir Charles, Bart.— Cr. 1911.

Eldestson of Sir Arthur Basil Markham, 1st Bart.,M.P.,
by Lucy Bertram, only dau. of Capt. A. B. Cunningham,
formerly R.H. A.; b. 1899; s. 1916; educated at Har-
row. — Newstead Abbey, Nottingham; 47, Portland
Place, w.

Heir Pres., his brother MansBeld, 6. 1905.

MARKHAM, Mart Anne (Minna), Lady.

Elder dau. of the late Rev. James Hamilton John
Chichester, Rector of Arlington, Devonshire, by his
4th wife Mary Anne, who d. 1901, 2nd dau. of the
late Col. Thomas Blackborne Thoroton-Hildyard,
Coldstream Guards, of Flintham Hall, Nottingham-
shire ; m. 1857 Sir Clements Robert Markham,
K.O.B., F.R.S., F.R.G.S., F.S.A., D.Sc, a Commander
of the Swedish Order of the Polar Star, and a Knight
of the Order of St. Olaf of Norway, who served in the
R.N. 1844-52 ; was Assistant-Secretary in the India
Office 1868-77, and President of the R. Geographical
Society 1893-1905 and of the Hakluyt .Society 1890,
and who was cr. K.C.B. 1896 and d. 1916.— 21,
Eccleston Square, s.w.

MARKHAM, Theodora Chevalliee, Lady.

Eldest dau. of Francis Theodore Gervers, Esq., of
Amat Lodge, Ross-shire; m. 1894 Adm. Sir Albert
Hastings Markham, K.C.B., F.R.G.S., who was Capt.
of Naval Torpedo School, Portsmouth, 1883-6, Com-
modore in command of Training Squadron 1886-9,
A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1888-91, 2nd in command of
Mediterranean Fleet 1892-4, and Commander-in-Chief
at The Nore 1900-4, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1903 and
d. 1918.— 19, Queeri's Gatt Place, s.w.





MARKHAM, Chaeles Paxton, Esq., of Tapton'
House, Derbyshire.
Eldest son of Charles Markham, Esq., J.P., of Tapton
House, who d. 1888, by Rosa, who f 1912, ^^f ^au. of
the late Sir Joseph Paxton, M.P., of Keck Hills Kent
b 1866 • m. 1889 Margaret Hermine, eldest dan. oi
Thomas Hughes Jackson, Esq., of Manor House,
Birkenhead, Cheshire. Mr. Markham, who was edu-
cated at Uppingham, and was formerly Lieut. 2nd
Derbyshire Vols., is a J.P. and D.L. for Derbyshire
(High Sheriff 1914), and temp. Major 2nd Batt
Derbyshire Vol. Eegt.— Residence : Ringwood Hall,
near Chesterfield; Eeform Cltib, s.w.

Hetr Pres.. his nephew Sir Charles, 2ud Bart, (whom see).

MARKHAM, Francis, Esq., of Morland, West-
Third son of Col. William Markham, of Becea Hall,
Yorkshire, who d. 1852. by Lucy Anne, who d. 1879,
2nd dau. of the late William Holbecli, Esq., ot Farn-
borough Hall, Warwickshire ; b. 1837 ; m. 1868 Maria,
who d. 1917, only child of the late Rev, William Rice
Markham, of Morland, and has, with other issue, a son,
♦Frederick Rice, a Magi.strate for Westmorland; b.
1869- m. 1913 Elizabeth Willett, dau. of Robert
Woodhouse, Esq., J.P., of Longmeads, Writtle, Essex.
Mr. Markham, who was educated at Westminster, is a
Magistrate for Cumberland, a J.P., D.L., C.C. and late
Chairman of the C.C. for Westmorland (High Sheriff
1889), and Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. late West-
morland and Cumberland Hussars Imp. Yeo. ; formerly
Capt. Rifle Bvigade.— Morland. Penrith.


MARKS, Sir George Croydon, Knt,
Cr. 1911.

Elder son of William Marks, Esq., of Eltham,
Kent, by Amelia Adelaide, dau. of the late Thomas
Croydon, Esq., of Crediton, Devonshire ; b. 1858; ni.
1881 Margaret, dau. of the late Thomas John Maynard,
Esq., of Bath. Sir George Marks, who was educated at
the R. Arsenal School, Woolwich, and at King's Coll.,
London, is a Magistrate for Surrey, for Cornwall and
for Aberystwyth, and Senior Partner of Marks & Clerk,
Consulting Engineers, of London and New York ; sat
as M.P. for the Launceston Div. of Cornwall 1906-18,
and has sat for the N. Div. since 1918 ; acted, on behalf
of the Minister of Municions, as Special Commissioner
in the Tyne Dist. to deal with the inauguration of
schemes for the dilution of laho\xr.—Penarvor, Bude,
Cornwall; Reform, and National Liberal Chihs, s.w.;
Rothhury, Blackheath Park, s.e. ; 58, Lincoln's Inn
Fields, w.c.

MARLBOROUGH, Duke of (Chaeles Richard
John Spencer-Churchill, K.G., P.O.,
F.R.C.I.).— Cr. 1702.

Only son of George Charles, 8th Duke, by his 1st
wife Lady Albertha Frances Anne (who obtained a div.
against him 1883), dau. of James 1st Duke of Aber-
corn; b. 1871 ; s. 1892; m. 1895 Consuelo, a Member
of the London C.C, dau. of William Kissam Vanderbilt,
Esq., of New York, U.S.A. The Duke of Marlborough,
who was educated at Winchester and at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge, is a Prince (of Mildenheim) of the Holy
Roman Empire, H.M.'s Lieut, and a J.P. for Oxford
shire, Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. Oxfordshire and Bucking
hamshire L.I., Lieut.-Col. ret., late Comm. Q.O. Oxford-
shire Hussars Yeo., T.D. (formerly Staff Capt. Imp.
Yeo. in S. Africa), Hon. Commandant Oxfordshire
Vol. Eegt., a Vice-President of the R. Colonial Institute,
and Patron of 13 livings ; appointed to the Staff, with
the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col. in the Army, 1914; was
Paymaster-Gen. 1899-1902, Under-Secretary of State
for the Colonies 1903-5, Mayor of Woodstock 1908 and

1909 and Joint 'Parliamentary Secretary (unpaid) to
the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries and its Hepre-
sentative in the House of Lords \m-\%.— Blenheim
Palace, Woodstock; Carlton Club, s.w.; 15, Great
College Street, Westminster, s.w.

Heir, his son John Albert Edward William, Marquis of

Blandford. Lieut. 1st Life Guards ; educated at the R. Mil.

Coll., Saudhurst ; b. 1897.

MARLING, Sir William Heney, Bart., of
Stanley Park, and Sedbury Park, Glou-
cestershire. — Cr. 1882.

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