Page of Honour to H.M. Queen Victoria, and
Hon. Col. E.Anglian Divisional Transport and Supply
Column, R.A.S.C., T.F. is a Gen., ret.. Col. of The
Buffs (E. Kent. Regt.), a Grand Officer of the Legion
of Honour, and a Knight Grand Cross of the Danish
Order of the Dannebrog, and was Col. Comm. 1st Batt.
Scots Guards 189.5-1900, in command of the Guards'
Brigade and subsequently, a Div. in S. Africa 1899-
1901, the 1st Div. Aldershot Army Corps 1902-6, Gen.
Officer Commanding-in-Chief the Eastern Command
1908-12,A.D.C.Gen. to H.M. King George V. 1910-14,
Gen. Officer Commanding-in-Chief the Irish Command
1912-14 and in command of Salisbury Training Centre
1915-18 ; appointed King of Arms of the Order of the
British Empire 1918 ; has the Orders of the Red Eagle
of Germany, 1st Class, St. Alexander Nevsky of
Russia, and the White Eagle of Serbia, 1st Class.—
Warren House, Coombe Warren; Turf Club, w. ; 35,
Belgrave Square, s.w.
PAGET, Sir John Rahere, Bart.— Cr. 1871*.
Eldest son of Sir James Paget, IstBart, by Lydia, who
d. 1895, youngest dau. of the late Rev. Henry North ;
b. 1848 ; «. 1899 ; m. 1883 Julia Norrie, 2nd dau. of
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the late George A. L. Moke, Esq., of New York,
U.S.A. Sir John Paget, who was educated at Trinity
Hall, Cambridge (B.A. and LL.B. 1870), called to the
Bar at the Inner Temple 1873, appointed a K.C. 1902
and elected a Bencher 1908, is a Fellow of King's
Coll., London. — New Unioersiti/ Club, s.w. ; 14, Lennoj)
Ueir, his son James Francis, Lieut. R.N. ; ti. 1890.
PAGET, Sir Richard Arthur Sqrtees, Bart.,
of Cranmore Hall, Somerset.— Cr. 1886.
Eldest son of the Right Hon. Sir Richard Horner
Paget, 1st Bart,, M.P., by Caroline Isabel, 2nd dau. of
the late Henry Edward Surtees, Esq., M.P., of Red-
worth Hall, CO. Durham ; b. 1869 ; s. 1908 ; ;n. 1897
Lady Muriel Evelyn Vernon Finch-Hatton, O.B.E., a
Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem,
only dau. of Murray Edward Gordon, 12th Earl of
Winchilsea and 7th Earl of Nottingham. Sir Richard
Paget, who was educated at Eton and at Magdalen Coll.,
Oxford, and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1895, is an Hon. Associate of the R. Inst, of British
Architects and a Member of the Council of the Town
Planning Institute, and whs on the roll for High
Sheriff of Somerset for 1911 .— Cranmore Halt, Shcpton
Mallet, So>7ierset ; H. Automobile Club, s.tv. ; Garrick
Heir, his son John Starr, b. 1914.
PAGET, Sir (George) Ernest, Bart., of Sutton
Bonington, Nottinghamshire. — Cr. 1897.
Only son of George Byng Paget, Esq., of Sutton
Bonington, who d. 1858, by Sophia Mary, dau. of the
late William Tebbutt, Esq. ; b. 1841 ; m. 1866 .Sophia,
who d. 1913, 3rd dau. of the late Col. Charles Holden.
Sir Ernest Paget, who was educated at Harrow, is a
Director of the Midland Railway Co. (Chairman
1890-1911), a J.P. and D.L. for Nottinghamshire
(High Sheriff 1898), a J.P. for Leicestershire, and
Lieut.-Col. ret., Leicestershire Yeo. Cav. ; was formerly
Lieut. R. Horse Guards. — Sutton Bonington, Lough-
borough ; Carlton Club, s.w.
Ueir, his son Cecil Walter, O.M.G., D.S.O., temp. Lieut.-
Ool. R.E. ; b. 1874; m. 190(j Lady Alexandra Louisa
Godolphin Osborne, 4th dau. of George Godolphin, 9th
Duke of Leeds.
PAGET, Walburga Ehrengarde Helena,
Eldest dau. of the late Charles Frederick Anthony
de Hohenthal, Reichsgraf or Count of the Holy Roman
Empire; m. 1860 the Right Hon. Sir Augustus
Berkeley Paget, Ambassador at Rome 1876-83 and at
Vienna 1884-93, who was cr. K.C.B. 1863, G.C.B.
1883, and d. 1896. — Unlawater House, Newnhain-on-
PAGET, Sir Ralph Spencer, K.C.M.G., C.V.O.
— Cr. 1909.
Younger son of the Right Hon. Sir Augustus Berkeley
Paget, G.C.B., who d. 1896, by Walpurga Ehrengarde
THE UNITED KINGDOM.
Helena, eldest dau. of the late Charles Frederick
Anthony de Hohenthal, Reichsgraf or Count of the
Holy iionian Kmpire ; b. 1864; ?n. 1907 Louisii
Margaret Leila Wemyss, G.B.E., who has the Grand
Cordon of the Order of St. Sava of Serbia, only dau. of
Gen. the Right Hon. Sir Arthur Henry Fitzroy Paget,
G.C.B., K.C.V.O. Sir Ralph Paget, who was educated
at Eton, was Charge d'Aifaires at Bangkok 1902-4 and
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
there, and Consul-Gen. in Siam 1904-9, Minister Resi-
di'ut at Munich and Stuttgart, with the rank of Envoy
I'jXtraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary in the
Diplomatic Service, 1909-10, Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary at Belgrade 1910-13, an As-
sistant Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
1913-16, British Red Cross Commissioner in Serbia
191.5-16, and Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni-
potentiary to Denmark 1916-18; appointed Envoy
Extraordinary and Ambassador Plenipotentiary to
Brazil 1918;" has the Order of the White Eagle of
Serbia, 1st Class. — British Embassy, Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil; St. James's Club, -sv. ; 32, York Terrace.
Regent's Park, n.w.
+ PAGET, Col. Harold, C.B., D.S.O.,of Park
Eldest son of Col. Leopold Grimston Paget, ret. R.A.,
of Park Homer, who d. 1892, by Georgiana Theodosia,
who d. 1919, only d.m. of the late Rev. John FitzMoore
Halsey, of Gaddesden Place, Herts ; b. 1849 ; educated
at Wellington Coll.; is Col. ret., late Coram. 7th
Hussars and 19th Batt. Imperial Yeo. (Paget's Horse)
in S. Africa Park Homer, Wimborne ; Army and
Navj/ Club, S.W.; Cavalry Club,-w.; 300, St. James's
Court, Buckingham Gate, s.w.
PAGET, Howard Francis, Esq., of Elford Hall,
Only son of the Rev. Francis Edward Paget, Rector of
Elford, who d. 1882, by Fanny, who d. 1890, dau. of
the late Rev. AVilliam Chester, nephew of William, 1st
Lord Bagot; b. 1858 ; s. his cousin the Hon. Eleanor
Bagot, 1896 ; m. 1884 Alice Catharine, dau. of the late
Rev. Prebendary John Thomas Jeffeock, and has, with
other issue, a son, * Francis Edward Howard, Lieut,
and Acting Capt. Grenadier Guards, Special Reserve ;
b. 1886; m. 1909 Nancy, youngest dau. of the late
George Richard Dyott, Esq., of Whittingtou Court,
Staffordshire, and lias, with other issue, a son, *Edward
Francis Howard, b. 1910. Mr. Paget, who was edu-
cated at Eton, is a J.P. for cos. Stafford and Warwick,
and Patron of 'EXiori.— Elford Hall, Tamworth.
PAGET, Mrs., of Southfield, Leicestershire.
Eliza, youngest dau. of Thomas Crowe, Esq., D.L.,
of Dromore, co. Clare, who d. 1877, by Isabella
Jane, who d. 1907, elder dau. of the late William
Hoare Hume, Esq., M.P., of Humewood, co. Wick-
low ; m. 1872 William Byerley Paget, Esq., of South-
field, a J.P. and D.L. for Leicestershire (High Sheriff
1890), a J.P. for Notts, and Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col.
late S. Nottinghamshire Yeo. Cav., who d. 1919,
leaving, with other issue, a son, *William Edmund, a
J.P. for Leicestershire, temp. Lieut. Remount Service,
and Lord of the Manor of Wymeswold; late Lieut.
Leicestershire Yeo. ; educated at Winchester and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (8.A. 1902); b. 1879; m.
1905 Barbara, 3rd dau. of William Slingsby Hunter,
Esq., of Gilling Castle, Yorkshire, and has, with other
issue, a son, »Peter William, b. 1908.— Southfield,
PAGET, Capt. Thomas Gdt Frederick, ot
Humber.stoiie Hall, Leicestershire ; and
of Snlby Hall, Northamptonshire.
Only sou of Thomas Guy Paget, Esq., of Humberstono
Hall, wlio (/. liS94, by Frances Edith Nugent, younger
dau. oftlic late Thomas Nugent Vaughan, Esq.; b. 1886 ;
m. 1907 Enuua Bettine, a Lady of Grace of the Order
of St. John of Jerusalem, younger dau. of the late Sir
George William Des Voeux, G.C.M.G., and has, with
other issue, a son, * Reginald Thomas Guy Des Voeux,
h. 1908. Capt. Paget, who was educated at Eton and
was formerly Lieut, (ou probation) Scots Guards, is
Capt. Scots Guards, Special Reserve, and temp Capt.
R.F.A., previously temp. Capt. and Adjutant 7th (Ser-
vice) Batt. Northamptonshire, Regt , Lord of the Manor
of Lubenham and Patron of 2 IWmgs. — Sulby Hall,
It.ugby ; Guards', and Carlton Clubs, s.w.
PAGET, of Hoon Hay, Derbyshire; and of
The Sneyd, Worcestershire. See Scholfield.
PAGET, of Knock Glass, co. Mayo.
Jane; Carobne Knox, m. 1893 Henry Julien Richards
Esq., of Barnagh House, co. Mayo, who d. 1919, leav-
ing issue (see Richards, of Barnagh House) ; Annie,
m. 1902 Thomas Robert Henderson, Esq. ; and Violet,
dans, of Major James Paget, J.P., of Knock Glass, who
d. 1901, by Jane Caroline, who d. 1906, dau. of the
late Major John Knox, of Greenwood Park, co. Mayo.
The above s. their mother 1906.— i:»ocA- Glass, Cross-
molina, co. Mayo.
PAGET. See Anglesey, Marquis of, and Queenborough,
PAGET-COOKE, Sir Henry, Knt.— Cr. 1906.
Youngest son of William Major Cooke, Esq., a Metro-
politan Police Magistrate, of Bellecroft, Newport, Isle
of Wight, who d. 1895, by Maria Barlett, who d. 1891,
dau. of the late Samuel Ashwell, Esq., M.D. ; b. 1861 ;
m. 1 890 Grace Bernard, dau. of the late Arthur Hatha-
way, Esq., Madras Civil Service. Sir Henry Paget
Cooke, who was educated at Cheltenham Coll., admitted
a Solicitor 1886, and has assumed the prefix surname
of Paget, is Legal Adviser to the Liberal Central
Association, and to H.R.H. Princess Henry of Batten-
burg, as Governor of the Isle of Wight, and senior
partner in the firm of Russell- Cooke & Co., Solicitors.
—Reform Club, s.w. ; 25, Orsett Terrace, Hyde Park, w.
PAGET-TOMLINSON, William Smith, Esq.,
' M.D., of The Biggins, Westmorland.
Youngest son of Thomas Paget
q., of Forton,
Lancashire, who d. 1852, by Anne, youngest dau.
of the late Henry Smith, Esq., of Forton ; b. 1848 ; m.
1874 Margaret Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of the late John
Llewelyn Price, Esq., and has, with other issue, a son,
* Thomas Rothwell, a Magistrate for Westmorland and
Major T F Reserve, late Westmorland and Cumber-
land Yeo.;' previously Capt. W. of Scotland R.F-A.,
Special Reserve; educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge
CBA 1897)-'' 1875. Dr. Paget-Tomlinson, who was
educated at Univ. Coll., London (M.D. 1879), and was
formerly in practice at Blundellsands, Liverpool, s. his
relative. Miss E. Tomlinson,in this estate 1889, taking
the surname of Paget-Tomlinson, and is a J.P. and
DL for Westmorland (High Sheriff 1897), and a
M-igistrate for Lancashire. — The Biggins. Kirkby
PAIN, Mrs., of Bigland Hall, Lancashire.
Audrey, youngest dau. of Sir Eobert Alfred Hampson,
of Brown Howe, Ulverston, who d. 1919, by Kate
Bolland, dau. of the late Walter Aston, Esq.. of War-
rington; m. 1st 1915 George Braddyll Bigland, Esq.,
of Bigland Hall, Lieut. 4th Batt. E. Lancaster Regt.
who d. (killed in action) 1915, father of a dau.,
Audrey Braddyll, *. posthumous; 2ndly 1917 Horace
Davy Pain, Esq. — Bigland Hall, Ulverston, Lancashire
PAINE, Major-Gen. Sir Godfrey Marshall
K.C.B., M.V.O.— Or. 1918.
Fourth son of James Paine, Esq. ; b. 1871 ; m. 190C
Elizabeth, 8th dau. of the late Andrew Knowles, Esq.,
of Swinton Old Hall, Lancashire. Sir Godfrey Paine
is Major- Gen. R.A.E. Capt. R.N. and a Comm. oftht
Legion of Honour and of the Italian Order of thf
Crown ; has the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun
2nd Class, and the Russian Order of St. Stanislas
2nd Class; served on H.M.S. "Renown" during th(
tour of the Prince and Princess of Wales (T.M. King
George V. and Queen Mary) to India 1905-6; was
Commandant Central Flying School, Salisbury, 1912-
15 ; Commodore R. Naval Air Service Training Estab
lishment, Sleaford, 1915-17, and Director of Air
Services, with the rank of Commodore, 1st Class, and
a Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty 1917
appointed Inspector-Gen. R.A.F. 1918. — Naval and.
Military Club, w. ; Orleans Club, s.w. ; Beefsteak Club,
w.c. ; 6, Hai/ Hill, Berkeley Sijuare, w. ; The Admiralty,
PAINTER, Sir Frederic George, Knt.— Cr.
Second son of James Painter, Esq., of Bristol, who d.
1896, by Emma, his wife, who d. 1875; b. 1844 ; m.
1911 Marion, elder dau. of the late Stuart Boyd
Connolly, Esq., of Manchester. Sir Frederic Painter,
who was educated at Bristol, is a Member and Past
Master of the Framework Knitters Co., and a
Knight of the Legion of Honour, was formerly
a Member of the firm of Messrs. Tribe, Clarke,
Painter & Co., Chartered Accountants, Coleman Street,
and has been a Member of the Common Council of the
City of London since 1877 and a Deputy Aid. since
1910(Sheriin913-14); has the Orders of the Danne-
brog of Denmark, 2nd Class, the Crown of Belgium
and the Conception de Villa Vi^osa of Portugal. — 8,
The Boltons, S. Kensington, s.w.
PAISH, Sir George, Knt., P.S.S.— Cr. 1912.
Youngest son of the late Robert Paish, Esq.. ofHorsham,
by Jane, who d. 1899, dau. of the late Richard
Smith, Esq., of Horsham; b. 1867; m. 1894 Emily
Mary, dau. of the late Thomas Whitehead, Esq., of
Liverpool. Sir George Paish, who was educated at
the United Westminster Schools, is a writer and
authority on economic subjects, a Member of the
Council of the E. Statistical Society and a Governor of
the London School of Economics ; was Sub-Editor of
•The Statist' 1888-94, Assistant Editor ^ 894-9, and
Joint Editor 1899-1914 (re-appointed 1915), and
Expert Adviser to the Treasury on economic and
financial questions 1914-15. — Limpsfield, Surrey;
Eeform Club, s.w. ; City Liberal Club, e.c.
PAKENHAM, the Hon. Lady.
Caroline Matilda, 7th dau. of the Hon. and Rev.
Henry Ward, who d. 1874, by Anne, who d. 1875,
eldest dau. of the late Rev. Henry Mahon, of Killi-
gally ; m. 1879 the Hon. Sir Francis John Pakenham,
who was Minister Resident and Consul-Gen. to the
Republic of Chili 1878-85, Envoy Extraordinary and
Min. Plenipotentiary to the Argentine Republic 1885-
COUNTY FAMILIES OF
9fi and at Stockholm 1896-1902, and who was or.
K.C.M.G. 1898 and d. 1905.— Bernkurst House, Hurst
PAKENHAM, Vice-Adm. Sir William Chris-
topher, K.C.B., K.C.M.G. K.C.V.O.—
Cr. K.C.B. 1916, K.C.V.0. 1917, K.C.M.G.
Second son of Rear-Adm. the Hon. Thomas" Alexander
Pakenham, who d. 1889, by Sophia Frances, who d.
1898, 3rd dau. of Sir Tatton Sykes, 4th Bart. ; i. 1861.
Sir William Pakenham is a Vice-Adm. and a Comm.
of the Legion of Honour ; h.is the Grand Cordon of the
Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, the Imperial Gift of
Japan, and the Russian Order of St. Stanislas, 1st
Class,-with Swurds.andtheFrench Croix de Guerre; was
Nav.nl Attache at Tokio 1904-6 ; a Lord Commissioner
of the Admiralty 1911-13; A.D.C. to H.M. King
George V. 1912-13, and in command of 3rd Cruiser
Squadron 1913-16, and of the Battle Cruiser Squadron
1916-19; appointed President of the R. Naval Coll.,
Greenwich, 1919. — Eoyal Naval College, Greenunch :
Naval and Military, atid Turf Clubs, w. ; Marlborough
PAKENHAM, Frederick Edward Sandford,
Esq., of Carrickreagh, co. Fermanagh.
Second son of William Sandford Pakenham, Esq., who
d. 1886, by Constantia Henrietta Frances, youngtst
dau. of Sir William Verner, 1st Bart., of Churchill,
CO. Armagh; b. 1859; m. 1898 Marguerite Louise,
youngest dau. of the late Maurice Ceely Maude, Esq., of
Lenaghan Park, co. Fermanagh, and has a son, *Michael
Ceely Sandford, b. 1903. Mr. Pakenham, who was
educated at Clifton Coll., was formerly an Inspector of
the Board of Public Works, Ireland. — Carrickreagh,
Blaney, Enniskillen, co. Fermanagh ; Junior Con-
stitutional Club, w. ; Fermanagh Club, Enniskillen.
PAKENHAM, Col. Hercules Arthur, C.M.G.,
of Langford Lodge, co. Antrim.
Elder son of Lieut.-Gen. Thomas Henry Pakenham,
C.B., M.P., J.P. and D.L., Col. E. Lancashire Regt.,
of Langford Lodge, who d. 1913, by Elizabeth
Staples, who d. 1919, eldest dau. of the late William
Clarke, Esq., of New York, U.S.A.; b. 1863;
m. 1895 Lilian Blanche Georgiana, younger
and only surviving dau. of the late Right Hon.
Anthony Evelyn Melbourne Ashley, M.P., J.P. and
D.L., of Broadlands, Hampshire, and of Classiebawn,
CO. Sligo, and has, with other issue, a son, * Hercules
Dermot Wilfrid, b. 1901. Col. Pakenham, who
was educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll..
Sandhurst, and was formerly Major 4th Batt. R. Irish
Rifles, previously Capt. Grenadier Guards, and a
Member of the London C.C. 1910-12, is a J.P. and
D.L. for CO. Antrim (High Sheriff 1906), an Hon. Col.
and temp. Lieut.-Col. in the Army, Lieut.-Col. ret.,
late Comm. 18th (Co. of London) Batt. London Regt.,
an Officer of the Legion of Honour, and Patron of 1
living; commanded 1 1 th (Service) Batt. R. Irish Rifles
1914-17 ; appointed a Gen. Staff OflScer 1918. — Lang-
ford Lodge, Crumlin, CO. Antrim; Carlton, and Guards'
'Clubs, s.w. ; Ulster Club, Belfast; 34, Wimpole
PAEIENHAM. See Longford.
PAKENHAM-MAHON. See Mahon.
PAKINGTON. See Hampton, Lord.
THE UNITED KINGDOM.
PALAIRET, Henry Hamilton, Esq., of Catti-
stock Lodge, Dorset.
Eldest son of Capt. Palairet, of Bradford-on-Avon,
"Wilts, who d. 18-54, by Mary Ann, dau. of the late
Andrew Hamilton, Esq.; 6. 1845; m. 1st 1869 Elizabeth
Anne, who d. 1879, dau. of Lionel Oliver Bigg, Esq.,
of Clifton ; 2ndly 1882 Charlotte Ellen, 2nd dau. of the
Rev. Frederick John Rooke, and has, with other issue,
* Lionel Charles Hamilton, educated at Repton and at
Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1893); b. 1870; m. 1894
Caroline Mabel, 2nd dau. of William Henry Laverton,
Esq., of Leighton, Wilts, and has with a dau., a son.
* Henry Edward Hamilton, Lieut. R.N. ; educated at
the R. Naval Colls, at Osborne and Dartmouth ; b.
1896. Mr. Palairet, who was educated at Eton and at
Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1868, M.A. 1880) is a
Magistrate for Dorset and for Wilts. — Cattistock
Lodge, Dorchesler, Dorset ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w.
PALEY, George Arthuk, Esq., of LangcliflFe,
Yorkshire ; and of Ampton Hall, Suffolk.
Only son of John Paley, Esq., of Langeliffe and of
Ampton Hall, who d. 1894, by the Hon. Clara Emily
Charlotte, who d. 1912, only dau. of John James, 2nd
Lord Rayleigh ; b. 1874; m. 1900 (marriage dissolved
1916) Frances Mary (who m. 2ndly 1916 Major
Henry Hastings Brooke, late 5th Batt. Connaught
Rangers), elder dau. of the late Percy Biodrick Bernard,
Esq., of Castle Hacket, co. Galway, and has, with
another son, * Percy John, b. 1904. Mr Paley, who
was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1896, M.A. 1901), is a Magistrate for Suffolk
(High Sheriff 1906) and Patron of 1 Imng.— Ampton
Hall, near Bury St. Edmunds ; Carlton, Athenceum,
and Wellington Clubs, s.w.
PALGRAVE, of ^Henstead Hall, Suffolk.
PALK, Col. the Hon. Edward Arthur, of Little
Youngest son of Lawrence, 1st Lord Haldon, who d.
1883, by Maria Harriet, only dau. of Sir Thomas Henry
Hesketh, 4th Bart. ; h. 1854 : m. 1 883 Charlotte Frances,
dau. of the Rev. Sir Frederick Shelley, 8th Bart. Col.
Palk, who was educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is a J.P. for
Devon, an Hon. Major in the Army, and Lieut.-Col.
and Hon. Col. late Comm. 4th Batt. Devonshire Regt. —
Little Testwood House, Totton, Hampshire ; Windham
PALK. See Haldon.
PALLES, the Right Hon. Christopher, LL.D.,
formerly of Roristown, eo. Meath.
Third son of Andrew Christopher Palles, Esq., of Little
Mount Palles, co. Cavan, who d. 1880, by Eleanor,
eldest dau. of the late Mathew James Plunkett, Esq. ;
i.l831 ; 7n. 1862 Ellen, who rf.l885,onlydau. of the late
Denis Doyle, Esq., of Dublin, and has issue Christopher,
b. 1863. Mr. Palles, who was educated at Clongowes
Wood Coll. and at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1852,
Hon. LL.D. 1914, Hon. LL.D. R. Univ. of Ireland
1909, Cambridge 1910, and Queen's Univ., Belfast,
1913), called to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 1853,
appointed a Q.C. 1865, and elected a Bencher of King's
Inns, Dublin, 1872, was Solicitor-Gen. for Ireland
Feb.-Nov. 1872, Attorney-Gen. 1872-4, Commissioner
of National Education, Ireland, 1890-1913, for 31
years Chairman of the Intermediate Education Board,
Ireland, and Lord Chief Baron of Court of Exchequer,
Ireland, 1874-1916. — Mounfanoillc House, Dimdrum,
Dublin; University Club, Dublin.
Anna, eldest dau. of the late George Perham, Esq.-
m. 1868 Sir William Palliser, M.P., C.B., inventor of
chilled projectiles, who was cr. Knt. 1873, and d.
ISS'i.—Anne.itoum, Tramore, co. Waterford.
PALLISER, of Annestown, co. 'Watorford.
PALLISER, of Comragh. See Fairkolme.
PALMER, Lady Augusta Amelia, of Wanlip
.Younger and only surviving dau. of Washington
Sewallis, 9th Earl Ferrers, who d. 1 859,by Lady Augusta
Annabella (who (/. 1914, having m. 2ndly 1864 Capt.
Frederick Henry Walsh, late 78th Highlanders), elder
dau. of the Very Rev. Edward, 4th Marquis of DonegaU ;
OT.1873 Sir Archdale Robert Palmer, 4th Bart. .of Wanlip
Hall, who d.s.p. 1906. Lady Augusta Palmer is Patron
of 1 living. — Wanlip Hall, Leicester.
PALMER, Sir (Edward) Geoffrey Broadley.
Bart., of Carlton Park, Northamptonshire ;
and of Carlton Curlieu, and Withcote
Hall, Leicestershire. — Cr. 1660.
Only sou of Col. Frederick Palmer, J.P. and D.L., of
Withcote H,all, who d. 1907,by Mary, who rf 1907, only
dau. of the late William Henry Harrison, Esq.. and
sister of the late Col. William Henry Harrison-Broad-
ley, M.P., of Welton, Yorkshire; b. 1864; s. his
cousin the Rev. Sir Lewis Henry Palmer, 9th Bart.,
1909; m. 1891 Sibyll Caroline, elder dau. of the late
Capt. William James .Smith-Neill, R.A., of Barnwell, and
Swindrigemuir, Ayrshire. Sir Geoffrey Palmer, who was
educated at Eton and at Magdalene Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1887, M.A. 1897), and was temp. Major in the
Army, attached to the Depot Leicestershire Regt.,
Jan.-May 1916. formerly Major Reserve of Officers,
and fireviously 3rd Batt. Leicestershire Regt., is a
J.P. and D.L. for Leicestershire (High Sheriffof Rutland
1910), Lord of the Manors of Owston and Newbold,
and Withcote, and Patron of 3 livings.— Withcote
Hall, Oakham ; Carlton Park, Market Harboroiigh ;
Carlton Curlieu, Leicester ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w.
Heir, his son Geoffrey Frederick Neill, Capt. Coldstream
Guards : educftted at Repton and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge ; b. 1893.
PALMER, Gertrude Millicent, Lady, of
Kennre Park, co. Dublin ; of Keenagh, co.
Mayo ; of Cefn Park, Denbighshire ; and
of Glenisland, Berkshire.
Fifth dau. of the Rev. Plumer Pott Rooper, Rector
of Ripton Abbots, Huntingdonshire, who d. 1881, by
Georgiana, who d. 1890, 6th dau. of the late George
Thornhill, Esq.,M.P., of Diddington, Huntingdonshire ;
7n. 1883 Lieut. -Gen. Sir Roger William Henry Palmer,
5th and last Bart. (cr. 1777), M.P., Col. 20th Hussars,
late 2nd Life Guards, of Kenure Park, of Keenagh,
of Cefn Park, and of Glenisland, who d.s.p. 1910.—
Cefn Park, Wrexham, Denbighshire; Kenure Park,
Rnsb, CO. Dublin; Keenagh, Crossmolina, co. Mayo;
PALMER, Sir George Hudson, Bart., of
Wanlip Hall, Leicestershire.— Cr. 1791.
Younger son of Sir George Joseph Palmer, 3rd Bart.,
who d. 1866, by Emily Elizabeth, who d. 1871, youngest
dau. of the late George Peter Holford, Esq., of Weston-
birt, Gloucestershire ; b. 1841 ; s. his brother Sir Arch-
dale Robert Palmer, 4th Bart., 1906. Sir George
COUNTY FAMILIES OF
Palmer, who was educated at Eton and at Balliol Coll., 1
Oxford (B.A. 1864), and called to the Bar at Lincoln's
Inn 1871, is Patron of 1 living.— «(■. James's Club, w. 1
Heir Pres., liis cousin Frederick Archdale Palmer, Esq., of
Newland House, Gloucestershire (irftom see).
PALMER, Sir Alfred Moltneux, Bart. — Cr.
Fourth son of Sir Charles Mark Palmer, 1st Bart.,
M.P., of Grinkle Park, Yorkshire, who d. 1907, by his
1st wife Jane, who d. 1865, dau. of the late Ebenezer
Eobson, Esq., of Newcastle-upon-Tyne; b. 1853; *.
his brother Sir George Eobson Palmer, 2nd Bart.,
1910; m. 1884 Ellen Edith, dau. of the late Frederick
George Younge, Esq. Sir Alfred Palmer, who was
educated at Harrow, is a J.P. and C. Aid. for co.
Durham (High Sheriff 1915), and a J.P. for the
Borough of Ja.TTO-w.~Walworth Castle, Darlington;
Brooks's Club, s.w.
Deir, his son Frederick Charles, late Lieut. Q.O. Staffordshire
Yeo. ; educated at Marlborough ; 4. 1884 : m. 1913 Mabel
Frances, eldest dau. o( Norton Hughes-Hallett, Esq., of
The Knoll, Derby, and has, with other issue, a son,
•Anthony Frederick Mark, b. 1914.
PALMER, Sir (Samuel) Ernest, Bart.—
Eldest son of Samuel Palmer, Esq., of Northcourt,
Hampstead, who d. 1903, by Mary Jane, who d. 1910,