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School, in France and Germany, at Harvard Univ. (B. A.
1881), and at Leipzig Univ., is an Author, an Associate
of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, a Fellow of
the American Institute of Radio Engineers, Vice-Presi-
dent of theWirelcss Society of London, a Member of the
British Association Committee of Radiotelegraphic In-
vestigations, Vice-Chairman of the Imperial Communi-



cations Committee, a Comm. of the Order of
Redeemer of Greece, and an OfEeer of the Legion of
Honour and of the Italian Order of St. Maurice and
St. Lazarus, was M.P. for Wolverhampton, S. Div.,
1900-Jan. 1910, Assistant Postmaster-Gen. Jan.-Feb.
1910, and an Additioual Member of the Air Council
Jan.-April 1918, and has been M.P. for Blackburn
since Dec. 1910 ; appointed Liaison Officer between the
Munitions Inventions Department in London and the
Ministry of Inventions'.in Paris, with the temp, rank of
Major, 1916. — Honeyhanger, Hindhead, Surrey ; Re-
form, Sanelagh, and B. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; The
Coriier House, Cowley Street, s.w.



NORMAN, Alice Claudine, Lady.

Dau. of Teignmouth Sandys, Esq., Bengal C.S. ; m.
1870 as 3rd wife Sir Henry Wylie Norman, CLE.,
who was a Field Marshal , Col. 2nd Queen's Own Rajput
L.I., Indian Army; Governor of Chelsea Hospital;
A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1863-9 ; Governor of Jamaica.
1883-8, and of Queensland 1888-95; Agent-Gen. for
Queensland 1896-7, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1873,
G.C.M.G. and G.C.B. 1887, and d. 190i.—Stratton
House, Abingdon.

NORMAN, Caroline Matilda, Lady.

Dau. of the Rev. William Wahab Cazalet ; m. 1st 1874
Major Edward Francis Joseph de Clanay Rennick,
Bengal Staif Corps, who d. 1889; 2ndly 1892, as 2nd
wife, Lieut.-Geu. Sir Francis Booth Norman, who was
cr. K.C.B. 1886, and d. 1901 .—il , Colehertie Court, s.^

NORMAN, Surgeon Vice-Adm. Sir Willum
Henry, K.C.B.— Cr. 1918.

Eldest son of Fleet Paymaster William Henry Norman,
R.N., whorf. 1889, by Anne Dormer, who d. 1889, 2nd
dau. of the late Capt. Hillary Allard, H.E.I.C.S. ; b.
1835 ; m. 1900 Lucie, youngest dau. of the late
Benjamin Carver, Esq., J.P., of Gibraltar. Sir William
Norman, who was educated at King's Coll., London
(M.R.C.S. 1878, L.R.C.P. Edin. 1881), is a Surgeon
Vice-Adm. ret. R.N. and a Comm. of the Legion of
Honour, of the Roumanian Order of the Star, and of the
Belgian Order of the Crown ; has the Japanese Order
of the Sacred Treasure, 1st Class ; was Deputy Inspec-
tor-Gen. of Hospitals and Fleets 1908-13, Surgeon-
Gen. R. Naval Hospital, Plymouth, 1914-17, and
Director-Gen. Medical Department R.N. 1917-19.—
The Old House, Yeolmbridge, Launceston ; 88, Queen's
Gate, s.w.

NORMAN, Sir Frederick (John), Knt.— Cr.
1914.

Second son of Thomas Norman, Esq., of Runcorn,
Cheshire, who d. 188S, by Sarah, who d. 1882, 2nd
dau. of the late John Yard wood, Esq., of Frodsham,
Cheshire; b. 1857; m. 1888 Nellie, who d. 1910, 5th
dau. of the late Josiah Peacock, Esq., of Didsbury,
Lancashire. Sir Frederick Norman, who was educated
at Halton and at Runcorn, is a J.P. for Cheshire, a
Member of the Standing Joint Committee for Cheshire
and other authorities, and a .Scientific Expert, special-;.
i.sing on Chemistry and Physics as applied to Chemical'
Colour and E;irtlienware Industries, in which he is
interested ; represents Runcorn on Liverpool Univ.
Com-t.—Lyndhurst. Higher Runcorn, Cheshire.

NORMAN, Archibald Cameron, Esq., of
The Rookery, Bromley, Kent.
Second son of Charles Loyd Norman, Esq., of Bromley,
who d. 1889, by Julia Hay, only dau. of the late Charles!



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Ilay Cameron, Esq., of Freshwater, Isle of Wight; ft.
1862; m. 1890 Mildred Emily, eldest dau. of the late
Col. Baldwin Wake, and has, with other issue, a son,
* Charles Wake, Capt. 9th Lancers ; educated at Eton
and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1913) ; b. 1891.
Mr. Norman, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity
CoU., Cambridge (B.A. and LL.B. 1884, M.A. 1887),
is a J.P. for Kent, and was High Sheriff 1908.— TAc
Sookery, Bromley Common, Kent; Athenisum, and
United University Clubs, s.w.

NORMAN, Edward Beise Kensit, Esq., of
Mistley Place, Essex.
Elder son of Edward Kensit Norman, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., who d.v.p. 1902, by Rosalind Letitia, 5th dau.
of the late Lieut.-Col. Sir Samuel Ruggles-Brise,
K.C.B., of Spains Hall, Essex; ft. 1881 ; s. his grand-
father the Rev. Charles Frederick Norman, M.A.,
J.P., Hon. Canon of St. Albans 1913. Mr. Norman,
who was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge, and was formerly Lieut. R. Monmouthshire
E.E. Militia, is a Magistrate for Essex. — Mistley
Place, Manningtree, JEssex ; Junior Carlton Cluh, s.w. ;
Bachelors' Club, w.

NORMAN, the Rev. Harry Bathuest, of
Iwood Manor, Somerset.
Son of George Lewis Norman, Esq., of Claverham, who
d. 1893, by Frances Henrietta, who d. 1884, eldest
dau. of the late John Turner Graver-Browne, Esq., ol
Morley Hall, Norfolk ; ft. 1856 ; m. 1897 Agatha Mary
Harriet, who d. 1906, only dau. of the late Charles
James Augustus Rumbold, Esq., of Preston Candover
House, Hampshire, and has had, with another son and
a dau., Alfred George Bathurst (elde.st son), Lieut.
R.A.F. ; ft. 1898, and accidentally killed whilst flying
1918; and * Harry Rumbold Bathurst (2nd son),
educated at Harrow ; ft. 1901. Mr. Norman, who was
educated at Selwyn Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1888, M.A.
1892), and was formerly Rector of Sproughton, Suffolk,
is Lord of the Manor of Iwood, Somerset. — Iwood
Manor, Congresbury, Somerset; Residence: 10, P


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