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ajor 2nd Batt. Perth-
shire Vol. Regt. : late Capt. 3rd Batt. The Black Watch ;
educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
1896) ; b. 1872.

MURRAY, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Archibald James,
G.C.M.G., K.C.B., C.V.O., D.S.O.— Cr.
K.C.B. 1911, K.C.M.G. 1915, G.C.M.G.

Second son of Charles Murray, Esq., of Woodhouse,
Hampshire, who d. 1878, by Anna, dau. of the late
John Baker Graves, Esq., Ceylon' Civil Service; b.
1860 ; m. 1st 1890 Caroline Helen, who d. 1910, eldest
dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Henry Baker Sweet, of
Hillersdou, Devonshire; 2ndly 1912 Mildred Georgina,
dau. of Col. William Toke Dooner, formerly R.
Inniskilling Fusiliers, of Ditton Place, Maidstone.
Sir Archibald Murray, who was educated at Cheltenham
Coll. and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a
Lieut.-Gen., late R. Inniskilling Fusiliers, of which
regt. he is Col., and a Grand Officier of the Legion
of Honour, and of the Italian Order of St. Maurice
and St Lazarus,and was A.A.G. 1st Div. Aldershot
Command 1902-5, Brigadier-Gen. on the Gen. Staff
1905-7, Director of Mil. Training at Headquarters
1907-12, Inspector of Infantry 1912-14, in command
of the 2nd Div., Aldershot Command, with the temp,
rank of Lieut.-Gen., Feb.-Aug. 1914, Chief of the
Gen. Staff, British Expeditionary Force, Aug. 1914-
1915, Chief of the Imperial Gen. Staff and a Mil.
Member of the Army Council 1915, and in command
of the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, with the
temp. lAnk of Gen., 1915-17 ; appointed Gen. Officer
Commanding-in-Chief Aldershot Command 1917; has
the Grand Cross of the Order of the Nile, 1st Class,
and of the Serbian Order of the White Eagle. 1st
Class, with Swords, and the Grand Cordon of the
Japanese Order of the Sacred Treasure. — Government
House, Aldershot; Junior United Service Ctiib,s.-vf.

MURRAY, Isabel, Lady.

Only dau. of the late Thomas Henderson, Esq., of
Glasgow ; m. 1889 Sir John Murray, F.R.S., LL.D.,
Ph.D., D.Sc, a Knight of the R. Prussian Order
Pour le M^rite, a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of
St. Olav of Norway, and an Hon. Member of many
learned Societies at home and abroad, who was Scientific
Member of the Fishery Board for Scotland 1896-8,
Naturalist of the ' Challenger' Expedition, and Director


and Editor of the ' Challenger' Eeports on the scien-
tific results published by the Government, who took
part in and subsidized the 'Michael Sars ' Deep Sea
Expedition 1910, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1808 and d.
1914. — Challenger Lodge, Wiirdie, Kdiiiliun/fi. ;

MURRAY, Lieut.-Gen. Sir James Wolfe,
K.C.B. , of Cringletie, Peeblesshire ; and of
Westshield, Lanarksliire.— Cr. 1900.

Eldest son of James AVolfe Murray, Esq., of Cringletie,
who d. 1890, by his 1st wife Elizabeth Charlotte, who |
d. 1857, younger dau. of the late JohnWhyte-Melrille,
Esq., of Bennochy and Strathkinness, Fifeshire ; h.
1853; m. 1st 1875 Arabella, who d. 1909, dau. of,
the late W. Bray, Esq. ; 2ndly 1913 Fanny Worswick, |
youngest dau. of the late James Scott Robson, Esq., of
Pontefract, and widow of Sir Donald Home Mac
farlane, M.P., J.P., and has, with other issue, i
son, * George Wolfe, Lieut. Reserve of Officers
was temp. Capt. R.A.S.C. 1914-16; late Lieut. Sea-
forth Highlanders ; educated at Harrow altd at
the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; h. 1876; m. 1910
Katherine, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Thomas Jones,
Rector of Llanbehr-Dyffi-yn-Clwyd, Denbighshire, and
has, with other issue, a son, * Thomas, b. 1913. Sir
James Wolfe Murray, who was educated at Trinity Coll.,
Glenalmond, at Harrow, and at the R. Mil. Academy.
Woolwich, is a J.P., D.L. and C.S. for Peeblesshire, a
Lieut.-Gen. ret., lateR.A.,anda Col. Commandant R. A.,
and was Quartermaster-Gen. in India 1903-4, 4th Mil.
Member of the Army Council and Master-Gen. of the
Ordnance 1904-7, incommand ofthe 9th (Secunderabad)
Div., Southern Army, in India 1907-11, Gen. Officer
Commanding-in-Chief the Scottish Command 1913-14
and in S. Africa 1914, Chief of the Imperial Gen.
Staff of the Army and 1st Mil. Member of the Army
Council 1914—15, and a temp. Gen. Officer Commanding-
in-Chief, 1st Class 1916-17; has the Grand Cordon
of the Japanese Order of the Sacred Treasure and the
Orders of St. Anne of Russia, 1st Class, with
Swords, and the White Eagle of Serbia. — Cringletie,
Peebles, N.B. ; Army and Navy Club, s.w. ; New Cbd),

MURRAY, Sir OswTN Alexander Ruthven,
K.C.B.— Cr. 1917.

I'ourth son of Sir James Augustus Henry Murray,
Kilt., F.R.S.E., LL.D., D.C.L.. Ph.D., D.Litt.. who d.
1915, bv Ada Agnes, eldest dau. of the late George
Ruthven. Esq.. of Kendal ; /*. 1873; m. 1900 Mildred
Octuvia, 4th dau. of the late Rev. Septimus March.
Sir Oswyn Murray, who was educated at Exeter Coll.,
Oxford "(B.A. 1895, M.A. 1906), and entered thi
Admiralty 1897, was Private Secretary to various
Members of the Board of Admiralty 1 899-1 9U4,
Director of Victualling of the Navy 1905-11, and
Assistant Secretary of the Admiralty 1911-17; appointed
Permanent Secretary 1917; is a J.P. for co. London;
has the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, 2nd Class.
—Amiery, Roehampton, s.w. ; Roehampton Club, s.w.

MURRAY, Col. Sir Charles Wtndham, K.C.B.
— Cr. Knt. 1905, K.C.B. 1917.

Youngest son of the Rev. Thomas Boyles Murray,
M.A., Prebendary of St. Paul's, who d. 1861, by Helen
who d. 1874, eldest dau. of the late Major-Gen. Si
William Douglas, K.H., of Timpendean, Roxburgh-
shire ; b. 1844 ; m. 1890 Emma Cecilia, dau. of Edward
Walker, Esq., and widow of Major Konarski. Sir
Charles Wyndham Murray, who was educated at
Marlborough Coll., is a Col. ret., late Gloucestershire
Regt., and a Knight of Justice of tlie Order of St.
John of Jerusalem ; has the Orders of the Osmanieh,
4th Class, and the Rising Sun of Japan, 3rd Class,



and was one of H.M.'s Hon. Corps of Gentlemen-at-
Arms 1891-1912, and M.P. for Bath 1892-190(i ;
appointed Gentleman Usher of the Scarlet Rod of the
Order of the Bath 19lS.—Culvcrlaiids, near Readmy ;
Carlton, and^ Marlborough Clubs, s.w. ; R. Yae/it
Squadron, Cowcs; 10, Ruiland Gale, s.'w.

MURRAY, the Hon. Sir Thomas Keik,
K.C.M.G.— Cr. 1901.

Son of Archibald Keir Murray, Esq., of Pine Town,
Natal ; b. 1854 ; m. 1887 Annie, dau. of Henry Procter,
Esq. Sir Thomas Murray is a J.P. for the Colony of
Natal, was Minister of Lands and Works, Natal,
1893-7 and Colonial Secretary 1897, and has been
M.L.A., Natal, since 1SH6.— Cleland, Vietermaritshui


MURRAY, the Hon. Sir George John Robert,
K.C.M.G.— Cr. 1917.

Youngest son of Alexander Borthwick Murray, Esq., of
Murray Park, Magill, S. Australia, who d. 1903, by
Margaret, who d. 1907, dau. ofthe late John Tinline.
Esq., of N. Adelaide; b. 1863. Sir George Murray, who
was educated at the High School, Eelinburgh, "at St.
Peter's Collegiate School, Adelaide, at Adelaide Univ.
(B.A. 1883), and at Trinitv Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
and LL.B. 1887, LL.M, 1909). called to the Bar at the
Inner Temple 1888, in .s. Australia 1889. and in N.S.W.
and Victoria 1890, and appointed a K.C. 1906, was
Associate to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of
S. Australia 1889-90, and a Puisne Judge 1912-16;
has been a Member ol the Council of Adelaide Univ.
since 1891 (Vice-chancellor 1915-16), and Lieut.-
Governor of and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of
S. Australia and Chancellor of Adelaide Univ. since
1916. — Murray Park, Magill, S. Australia; Oxford
and Cambridge Club, s.w. ; 'Adelaide Club, Adelaide.

MURRAY, Lieut.-Col. Sir Malcolm Donald,
K.C.V.O., C.B.— Cr. 1916.
Youngest son of Brigadier-Gen. Alexander Henry
Murray, late R.A., who d. 1885, by Martha Francis
Vincent, dau. ofthe late Thomas E. Davenport, Esq., of
Ballynacourty House, co. Limerick ; b. 1867 ; m. 1898
Lady Hilda Joanna Gwendolen I'inch, elder dau. of
Heneage, 7th Earl of Aylesford. Sir Malcolm Murray
is Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. Reserve of Officers, late
Seaforth Highlanders ; an Ensign of the Order of
St. John of Jerusalem ; a Knight of the Swedish
Order of the Sword, and a Commander of the Saxe
t'oburg Order, of the Red Eagle of Prussia, the Iron
Cross of Austria, 2nd Class, St. Anne of Russia, the
I 'rown of Italy and the Zahringer Lion of Germany ;
was A.D.C. to the Gen. -Officer Comm. the troops
in Malta 1901-2, to the Gen.-Officer Comm. the Forces
in Ireland 1902-4 and to the Inspector-Gen. of
the Forces 1904-6, and Extra Equerry to H.R.H. the
Duke of Connaught and Strathearn 1903-7, and has
been Equerry and Comptroller of the Household to
H.R.H. since 1907; served as a Gen. Staff Officer
1914-19. — Belvedere Fort, Sunningdale, Berkshire;
Naval and Military Club, w. ; Clarence House, St.
James's Palace, s.w.

MURRAY, Sir George Sheppard, Knt.— Cr.

Fourth son of Alexander Murray, Esq., Ceylon Civil
Serrice, who d. 1866, by Catharine, who d. 1887, dau.
of the late Rev. Colin Fraser, of Kiltarlity, Inverness-
shire ; b. 1851 ; m. 1888 Lucy Mary Johanna, dau. of
the late Nicholas Beldeld Dennys, Esq., Ph.D., of
Singapore. Sir George Murray, who was educated at
Hyde Abbey School, Winchester, was an Unofficial




M.L.C. of the Straits Settlements 18S8-1906.— 5nn-ei!«-
tmvn Castle, Ballymore Eustace, co. Kildare; Junior
Carlton, Wellington, Sports', and R. Automobile Clubs,
s.w. ; Cleveland House, St. James's Square, s.w.

MURRAY, Ada Agnes, Lady.

Eldest dau. of the late George Ruth-ren. Esq., of
Kendal ; m. 1867 Sir James Augustii.s Henry Murraj",
F.R.S.E., LL.D , D.C.L., D.Litt., Ph.D., Editor
Chief of the Oxford English Dictionary, a Fellow of
the British Academy, and Foreign Member of the
Institute of France, the Imperial Academy of Sciences,
Vienna, the R. Academy, Berlin, the R. Flemish
Academy, &c., who was Pre.sident of the Philological
Society, London, 1878-80, 1S82-4, and 1907-8, and
Romanes Lecturer at Oxford 1900, and who was cr
Knt. 1908 and d. 1915. — Sunnyside, Banbury Road,

+ MURRAY, Sir Robert, Knt.— Cr. 1914.
B. 1847. Sir Robert Murray is a J.P. for Linlithgow-
shire, a Partner in the lirm of Love & Stewart, Timber
Merchants, of Glasgow and Bo'ness; a Director of the
Scottish Temperance League and President of the
W. Lothian Liberal Association. — Caeredin, Bo'ness,

MURRAY, Sir James, Knt.-Cr. 1915.

Son of William Murray, Esq.. of Mastrick, Aberdeen-
shire, by Mary, dau. of the late John Stephen, Esq., of
Aberdeen; b. 1850 ; m. 1st 1874 Martha, who d.. 1875,
dau. of William Benton, Esq., of Crookmore, Alford;
2n(lly 1876 Charlotte, dau. of Charles Keith, Esq.,
of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Sir James Murray, who was
■educated at Gymnasium, Old Aberdeen, and at Aber-
deen Univ., and was M.P. for E. Aberdeenshire 1906-
Jan. 1910, and Chairman of the Committee on the
Development of the Poultry Industry 1909, is a
Merchant, a U.li. tor Aberdeen City, a Trustee of the
National Galleries of Scotland, and Chairman of the
Aberdeen Art GaWety .— Glenburnie Park, Aberdeen;
Reform, and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; Arts Club,
w. ; 3, Buckingham Gate, s.w.

MURRAY Sir David, Knt., R.Ac, P.R.I.,
A.R.S.A., R.S.W.— Cr. 1918.

Eldest son of the late James Murray, Esq., of Glasgow,
by Mary McCoU Murray ; b. 1849. Sir David Murray,
■n'ho was educated in Glasgow, and elected A.R.A. 1891
and R. Ac. 1905, is a Landscape Painter, and has been
President of the R. Institute of Painters in Water
Colours since 1917.— Artf' Club, w.: Art Club, Glasgow;
1, Langham Chambers, All Souls' Place, w.

MURRAY, Major Alastair Bruce, of Touch-
adam, and Polmaise, Stirlingshire ; and
of Reiugas, Morayshire.
Only surviving son of John Murray, Esq., Vice-Lieut,
of Stirlingshire, of Touchadam, and Polmaise, who d.
1 862, by Elizabeth, who d. 1 889, dau. of the late James
Bryce, Esq., of Edinburgh; b. 1840; .«. his brother
.lames Murray, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 1907; m. 1890
Jlarv. only dau. of the late Cecil MacDonald Stephen-
. - .in, Esq., C.E., and has had a son, Alastair John
Greville, Lieut. Q.O. Cameron Highlanders ; b. 1894,
and killed in action 1914 ; and a dnu., Mary Elizabeth
Marjory, m. 1916 Claud Archibald Mackenzie Bruce
Hamilton, Esq., of Barns, and Cochuo, Dumbarton-
shire, and of Dunmore Park, Stirlingshire {whom see).
Major Murray is a J.P. and D.L. for Stirlingshire,
and an Hon. Major ret., and was formerly Capt. Q.O.
Cameron Highlanders.' — Polmaise Castle, Stirling;.
Reiugas, Morayshire; United Service Cluh, s.w.; 27,
Cromwell Houses, s.w


-F MURRAY, Major Alexander Penrose,
Wootton Court, Kent.
Elder son of George Joseph Murray, Esq., J. P.. of
Wootton Court, who d. 1913, by Augusta Anne, who
d. 1910, youngest dau. of the late Rev. George
Deane, Rector of Bighton, Hampshire ; b. 1863 ;
m. 1st 1891 Alexandrina, who d. 1894, dau. of Col.
Alexauder Solovtsov, of Chakva, Russia; 2ndly 1895
Ethel Chorley, dau. of the late Gen. Arthur Hill, and

has had, with another son, , b. 1895, Alexander

Gordon, Lieut. R.N. ; b. 1892, and killed in action 1916.
Major Murray is Capt. Reserve of Officers, late Gordon
Highlanders, an Hon. Major ret., and Patron of 2
livings; was Consul-(Jen. for Poland and Lithuania
1897 1907 and for the Republic of Hayti and the
Dominican Republic 1908 11, Consul for the Islands
of St. Pierre and Miquelon, N. America, 1911-14, and
temp. Major Gordon Highlanders 1915-17, late Pioneer
Depot, previously 9th (Service) Batt, Gordon High-
landers. — Wootton Court, Canterbury; Caledonian
Club, s.w.

MURRAY, Anthony Hugh, Esq., of Dollerie,
Only child of Anthony George Murray, Esq., J.P., of
Dollerie, who d. 1909, by Mary Agnes, who d. 1914,
elder dau. of the late Major-Gen. Hugh Lindsay
Christie, formerly 10th Madras Native Infantry ; b.
1888 ; m. 1918 H^l^ne Cecile Gabrielle Augusta, eldest
dau. of Mons. Paul Frederic Scheuk, of Lausanne,
Switzerland. — Dollerie, Criejf, Perthshire.

MURRAY, Archibald Charles Philip, Esq.,
of Harewood Glen, Selkirkshire.
Only son of John Forbes Pringle Nesbitt Murray,
Esq., of Harewood Glen, who d. 1897, by Mary Eliza-
beth Frances, who d. 1883, only dau. of C. Robertson,
Esq.; b. 1875;' m. 1898 Beatrice, dau. of the late
Thomas Holmes, Esq., and widow of Walter Rankin
Shute, Esq. Mr. Murray is Lieut. Lothians and Border
Horse Yao.— Bath Club, w.

MURRAY, Charles James, Esq., of Loch-
carron, Ross-shire.

Elder and only surviving son of the Right Hon. Sir
Charles Augustus Murray, K.C.B. (2nd son of George,
5th Earl of Dunmore), of The Grange, Old Windsor,
who d. 1895, by his 1st wife Elizabeth, who d. 1851,
dau. of the late James Wadsworth, Esq., of Genesco,
New York; b. 1851; ?n. 1875 Lady Anne Francesca
Wilhelmine Finch, only dau. of Heneage, 6th Earl of
Aylesford, and has, with a dau., a son, * Charles Wads-
worth, b. 1894. Mr. Murray, who was educated at
Eton and was formerly in the Diplomatic Service, and
Lieut.-Col. Highland R.G.A. Vols., was M.P. for Hast-
ings 1880-3, and for Coventry 1895-1 906, and is a D.L.
for Ross-shire, Major ret., late Coram. Ross and Cro-
marty Battery, 4th Highland (Mountain) Brigade,
R.G.A., T.F., and was temp. Major (Special Staff
Appointment) with the Army in France 1917-18. —
Lochcarron, Ross-shire ; Carlton Club, s.w.

MURRAY, Daly, Esq., of Beech Hill, co.
Eldest son of Maurice Murray, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Beech Hill, who d. 19U0, by Margaret ;M:ary, who d.
1917, eldest dau. of the late Patrick Michael Kelly,
Esq., of Temple Lawn, co. Cork ; /-. 1858. Mr. Murray
is a Magistrate for the City of Cork. — Beech Hill, near

MURRAY, George Rigby, Esq., of Pai-tou,
Stewartry of Kirkcudbright.

Eldest son of B. Rigby Murray, Esq., of Parton,
J P D L., who d. 1901, by Jane Finnan, who d. 1891,
3h 977




eldest dau.of the late George Whigham, Esq., of Halli-
day Hill, Dumfriesshire; b. 1854; m. 1913 Clarisse
Maria Guthrie, dau. of the late Capt. Charles William
Reynolds, of Ramslade, Berkshire, and widow of
Col. James Redmond Patrick Gordon, C.B., late 15lh
Hussars. Mr. Murray, who was educated at Eton and
at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, and was formerly Capt.
3rd Batt. K.O. Scottish Borderers, is a Magistrate for
Kirkcudbright. — Parton, KB. ; Oxford and Cambridge
Club, 8.W. ; I'he Albany, Piccadilly, w.

MURRAY, James, Esq., of North Inveramsay,

Second son of James Murray, of Aberdeen, who d.
1881, by Barbara, who d. 1884, dau. of the late Robert
Hardie, Esq. ; b. 1840 ; m. 1867 Isabella Wilson, dau.
of John Legge, Esq., of Aberdeen. Mr. Murray is
a Magistrate for the co. and a J.P. and Hon. Sheriff
Substitute for the city of Aberdeen. — North lii-
veramsay, PUcaple, Aberdeen; 17, Balmoral Place,

+ MURRAY, WiLLUM, Esq., of Mount Murray,
CO. Westmeath.
Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. William Thomas Murray, by
Melinda, whod. 1917. dau. of the late Echlin Molyneux,
Esq., Q.C.; b. 1861 ;*. his cousin Wjlliam Murray, Esq. ,
1883 ; m. 1897 Ruby, 3rd dau. of the late J. L. Butler,
Esq., of Rhebas Castle, co. Kildare. Mr. Murray is a
Magistrate for co. Westmeath (was on the roll for High
Sheriff for 1885), and Major aud Hon. Lieut.-Col. late
6th Batt. Rifle Brigade. — Mount Murray, Baihowcn, co.

Heir Pres., his brother Echlin, b. 1866.

MURRAY, Major Willum, O.B.E., of Mur-
raythwaite, Dumfriesshire.

Eldest son of Capt. John Murray, R.N., of Murray-
thwaite, who d. 1 872, by Grace Harriet, dau. of the
late Col. William Graham, of Mossknow, Dumfries-
shire ; b. 1865; m. 1892 Evelyn, dau. of John Bruce,
Esq., and ha.s 3 daus. Major Murray, who was edu-
cated at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1890), and
admitted a Member of the Scottish Faculty ot Advo-
cates 1891, is a Magistrate for Dumfriesshire, and
Brevet Major ret., late Capt. 5th Batt. K.O. Scottish
Borderers ; elected M.P. for Dumfriesshire 1918.—
Murraythwaite, Ecclcfechan,N.B. ; Carlton Cluh,a.vi.;
New Club, Edinburgh.

MURRAY, WiLLUM Kenneth Reat, Esq., of
Geanies, Ross-shire.
Only son of Col. (temp. Brigadier-Gen.) William Hugh
Eric Murray, C.B., J.P., late R. Scots (Lothian Regt.),
of Geanies, who d. 1915, by Jessie Catharine, eldest
da\i. of the late Capel Hanbury, Esq., of Elm Hurst,
Essex; b. 1904. — Geanies, Feani, Ross-shire.

MURRAY. See AlhoU; Dunedin; Duumore; El.ibani;
Mansfield; and Scott-Murray.

MURRAY-ALLAN, Reoch Alastair, Esq., of
Glenfeochau, Argyllshire.
Only son of Thomas William Murray-Allan, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., of Glenfeochan, who d. 1 908, by his 2nd wife
Margaret Ellen, eldest dau. of the late John Alexander
Fladgate, Baron da Roeda in Portugal, and widow of
Antonio d'Alraeira Campos ; b. 1878 ; m. 1901 Florence
Rose, youngest dau. of William Davey, Esq. Mr.
Murray-Allan, who was educated at Fettes, was for-
merly Lieut. 3rd Batt. The Black Watch (R. High-
landers). — Glenfeochan, Kilmore, Oban, Argyllshire;
New Club, Edinburgh.

of Henlade Hou.se, Somerset.
Eldest son of the late Rev. Francis Henrv Murray,
Rector of Cbislehurst, Kent, by his 1st wnfe Finny
Catherine, 3rd dau. of the late John L. Anderdon, Ksq.,
of Chislehurst, Kent ; 4.1848: m. 1877 Eliza Isabella,
eldest dau. of the late Rev. William Clarke Preston, of
Valleyfield, Perthshire. Mr. Murray-Anderdon, wh.i
was educated at Marlborough Coll. and at Ch. Cli..
Oxford, and assumed the additional surname of
Anderdon 1873, isa Magistrate for Somerset. — Hcnhule
House, Taunton; Junior Carlton Club, s.w.


MURRAY BAILLIE, Lieut.-Col. Frederick
David, of Uston Grange, Leicestershire ;
of Cally, Stewartry of Kirkcudbright ; and
of Broughton, Wigtownshire.
Elder son of Col. James William Murray Baillie, J. P.,
late R. Horse Guards, of llston Grange ; Cally ; and
Broughton, who assumed the prefix surname of Murray
on s. to Cally and Broughton 191)4, and d. 1906, by
Elizabeth Florence, who d. 1901, dau. of the late
Frederick R. Magenis, Esq.; b. 1862; m. 1900 Alex-
andra Helen .4gnes, only dau. of the late James Cavan-
Irving, Esq., 5th Dragoon Guards, eldest son of the
late John Irving, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Burnfoot, Dum-
friesshire, and has a dau., Elisabeth Evelyn. Lieut.-Col.
Murray Baillie, who was educated at Eton, and was
formerly Major 4th Hussars, is Major and Hon. Lieut.-
Col. ret., late 2nd Co. of London Yeo. ; was a Railway
Transport Officer 1914-17. — Bston Grange, Leic^dr .-
Cally, Gatehouse, N.B.; Boodle's Club,s.v.; Car.dn/
Chi'h, w. ; 94, Eaton Place, s.w.


MURRAY-DUNLOP, the late Capt. Henry
Liston, of Corsock, Stewartry of Kirk-
Youngest son of Alexander Colquhoun-Stirling-Mur-
ray-Dunlop, Esq., of Corsock and Edinbarnet, who d.
1870, by Eliza Esther, who d. 1902, only dau. of the
late John Murray, Esq., of Ainslie JPlace, Edinburgh ;
b. 1857 ; m. 1880 Mary Hutchison, younger dau. of
Edward Jennings, Esq., M.D., of Halifax, N.S., and d.
1919. Capt. Murray-Dunlop, who was formerly Capt.
R.A., and had the Order of the Medjidie, 5th Class,
was a J.P., D.L. and C.C. for the Stew.artry of Kirk-
cudbright, Chairman of the School Board, &c. — Cor-
sock, Dalbeattie, N.B.

MURRAY-GRAHAM, Major Andrew John
Graham, of Murrayshall, Perthshire.
Only son of Col. Henry Stewart Murray-Graham, J. P.,
late R.A., of Murrayshall, and Bertha Park, Perthshire,
who d. 1913, by Annie Elizabeth, youngest dau. of the
late John Sowerby, Esq., of Benwell Tower, Northum-
berland ; 4.1878. Major Murray-Graham, who was
educated at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford, is Capt.
and Brevet Major 3rd Batt. The Black Watch (R. High-
landers). — Murrayshall, Perth; White's Club, s.w.;
Bachelors' Club, w. ; Garrick Club, w.c. ; 23, Rutland
Gate, s.w.

MURRAY- KBR, Miss, of Newbliss House, co.
Mary Isabella, younger dau. of Andre Allen Murray-
Ker, Esq., a J.P. and D.L. for co. Monaghan (High
Sherilf 1844), who assumed the additional surname of
Ker on his marriage, and who d. 1892, by Marianne,
who d. 1900, only dau. of the late Eev. Richard



Foster, and heirt
M.D., of Newbli.'
CO. Monaghan.

; of the late Andrew Ker, Esq.,
House. — Newbiiss House, Newbliss,

Heir Pres., her nephew Fitz John Murray (only son of Fitz
John Robert Irwin, Esq., M.B., of Kilteel, co. Down, who
rf. 18S2, by Surah, elder dau. of the late Andrew Allen
Murray-Ker, B^q.) ;a J. P. and D.L. for co. Monaglmn ( High
Sheriff 1910), and Capt. 3rd Batt. E. Inuiskilling I-usiliers ;
late Capt. 6th Batt. R. Irish Fusiliers ; b. I88I.


D.S.O., of i'iiigask and Kinnaird Castles,
Perthshire ; and of Toftingall, Caithness-
Second son of William Scott-Kerr, Esq., of Sunlaws
and Chatto, Roxburghshire, who d. 1890, by his ini
wife, Frances Louisa, who d. 1884, 2nd dau. of the late
Robert Fennessy, Esq.; h. 1866; m. 1899 Charlotte
Eleanor, youngest dau. and co- heiress of the late
William Wyndham Lewis, Esq., of The Heath, and New
House, Glamorganshire, and has a son, 'Patrick Wynd-
ham. b. 1904. Col. Murray-Threipland, who was edu-
cated at Edinburgh, and assumed the surname of Mur-
ray-Threipland 1882, on inheriting the estates of his
cnusin, Sir Patrick Murray-Threipland, 6th Bart, (cj;/.),
is a J.P. and D.L. for Caithness-shire, a J.P. for Perth-
shire, and Col., late Welsh Guards, Coram. Welsh
Guards and Regimental Dist., previously Lieut.-Col.
Conim. 4th Batt. K.O. Scottish Borderers, and Capt.
Grenadier Guards. — Pingask Castle, Errol, N.B. ;
Vale House, Halkirk, Caithness, N.B. ; Guards' Club,
s.w. ; New Club, Edmburgh.

MURTON, Sir Walter, Knt., C.B.— Cr. 1899.

Son of Walter Murton, Esq., of East Stour, Kent, by
■Elizabeth, dau. of the late Richard Coleman, Esq., of
The Court Lodge, Godmersham, Kent; b. 1836 ; vi. 1860
Mary, who d. 1895, dau. of John Callaway, Esq., of
Canterbury. Educated at Tonbridge School, admitted
a Solicitor 1858 ; was Solicitor to the Board of Trade
1875-1900, and British representative at the London
Conference on German Government claims arising in
S. Africa 1900. — Gipp's Close, Langton, Kent.

MUSGRAVE, Sir Richard George, Bart., of
Eden Hall, Cumberland.— Cr. 1611.

Eldest son of Sir Richard Courtenay Musgrave, lltL
Bart., of Eden Hall, by Adora Frances Olga (who m.
2ndly 1882 the 3rd Lord Brougham and Vaux), only dau.
of the late Peter Wells, Esq., of Forest Farm, Berkshire,
and granddau. of Sir John Hesketh Lethbridge, 3rd
Bart. : b. 1872; s. 1881 ; m. 1896

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