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Mansions, Sloane Square, s.w.

PATON, Major Jameb, of Crailing, Roxburgh-

Eldest son of John Paton, Esq., D.L., of Crailing, who
d 1889, by Ellen, who d. 1864, only dau. of the late
William Elliot, Esq., of Harwood ; b. 1831 ; m. 1863
Agnes Alice, eldest dau. of the late Joseph Chatto
Lamb, Esq., of Rytou Hall, co. Durham, and has, with
other issue a son, * John Archibald, Majorret., late 4th
King's Own (R. Lancaster) Regt.,andMajorReserveof
Officers ; late Capt. Lothiaus and Border Horse Yeo. ;
b. 1867 ; m. 1914 Alice, who d. 1917, younger dau. of
the late Henry Liddell-Grainger, Esq., of Ayton Castle,
Berwickshire. Major Paton, who served for 21 years
in 4th King's Own Regt., is a D.L. for Roxburgh-
shire, and a Knight of the Legion of Honour. —
Crailing, near Jedburgh, N.B.

PATON, William Roger, Esq., of Grandhome,
Only son of Col. John Paton, D.L., of Grandhome,
who d. 1879, by his 1st wife Eliza Deborah, who d.
1860, dau. of the late Thomas Burnett, Esq., of Kep-
plestone, Aberdeenshire; b. 1857; m. 1st 1885 Irene,
who d. 1908, dau. of Emanuel Olympiti, of Calymnos,
Turkey; 2ndly 1911 Clio, dau. of the late John
Noraicos, of Smyrna, and has, with other issue, a son,
♦George, late Lieut. 3rd Batt. K.O. Scottish Borderers;
b. 1886. Mr. Paton, who was educated at Eton and at
Univ. Coll., Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for Aberdeen-
shire.— c/o Messrs. Burnett ^ Reid, 12, Golden Square,
Aberdeen ; Athcnceum Club, s.w.

PATRICK, Henry Gardiner, Esq., of Giffen,
Youngest son of John Shedden Patrick, Esq., of Hes-
silhead and Trearne, Ayrshire, who d. 1844, by Robina
Jane, dau. of the late Robert Lee, Esq., of Greenock,
N.B. ; b. 1842 ; s. his great-uncle William Patrick,
Esq., of Roughwood, Ayrshire, at Giften 1861 ; m. 1867
Anne Forbes, who d. 1910, 4th dau. of the late Patrick
Warner, Esq., of Ardeer, Ayrshire. Mr. Patrick, who
was educated at Edinburgh, is a J.P. for Ayrshire.
— Giffen, Dairy, Ayrshire; County Club, Ayr;
University Club, Edinburgh.

+ PATRICK, John, Esq., of Dunminning, co.
H^idest son of John Patrick, Esq., J.P., of Dunminning,
who d. 1894, by Augusta Mary, dau. of the late John
Davison, Esq.; b. 1871; m. 1897 Annie Florence,
youngest dau. of Joseph Clarke Rutherfoord, Esq., of
Bray, co. Wicklow, and has, with other issue, a son,
''John, M.C., Lieut. R.A. ; b. 1898. Mr. Patrick, who
was educiited at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge, and was formerly Capt. 4th Batt. R. Irish
Rifles, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Antrim and temp.
Capt. Army Ordnance Department. — Dunminning,
Garryford, Ballymena, co. Antrim.

PA TRICK.Major Robert Ralston RA LSTON-,
of Trearne, Hessilhead,. and Roughwood,

Only son of William Ralston-Patrick, Esq., J. P., of
Trearne, Hessilhead, and Roughwood, who d. 1919, by
Jemima, eldest dau. of the late James Alison, Esq.,
of Stranraer, Wigtownshire ; b. 1876; m. 1903 Mary
Constance, only dau. of William Wilson, Esq., J. P., of
Castlehill, Ayrshire, and has a dau., Enid Helen
Constance. Major Ralston-Patrick, who was educated
at Fettes Coll. and at B.N.C., Oxford (B.A. lOOl),
is a Magistrate for Ayrshire and Major ret., late Ayr
shire Yeo., T.D. — Trearne House, Beith, Ayrshire,
Conservative Club, a.ir.; Cavalry Club,-w.; Comity Club
Ayr ; Conservative Club, Glasgow; 26, Wilton Place, s.v/.

PATRICK. See Cochran-Patrick.

Gallanach, Argyllshire.
Alice Mary, eldest dau. of Major James Home, of
Stirkoke, Caithness-shire, who d. 1874, by Constance
Mary who d. 1906, dau. of the late Edward Warner
Shewell, Esq., ot Cheltenham; m. 1884 Sir James
Patten-MacDougall, of GaUanach, a J.P. and D.L. for
and Vice-Convener of ArgyUshire, who was Legal
Member of the Local Government Board for Scotland
1894-1904, Vice-President and Chairman thereof
1904-9, and Deputy Clerk Register, Registrar-Gen.
and Keeper of the Records of Scotland 1909-19, and
who was cr. K.C.B. 1914 and d.s.p. md.— Gallanach,
near Oban, N.B. ; 39, Heriot Bow, Edinburgh.

PATTEN-SAUNDERS, Nicholas Watnfletk
GoNDONOFF St. Michael Rudolph Patten,
Esq., of Peppardstown, co. Tipperary.
Eldest son of WavnUete Henry Patten-Saunders Esq.,
formerly an Officer in the Russian Army, by Catherine
Elizabeth, who d. 1898, only dau. of the late Gen. Sir
James Simpson, G.C.B. ; *. 1875; m. 1902 Beatrice
Mary eldest dau. ofthe late Rev. Robert Edgar Hughes,
M.A. (son of the Rev. Sir Thomas CoUingwood Hughes,
8th Bart.), and widow of Jerome James Guiry, E«q.,



J.P., of Peppardstown, who d. 1899, leaving, witli other
issue, a son, * Michael Mary, h. 1887 ; m. 1909 Bridget
Philomena, dan. of Peter O'Donnell, of The Sandpits,
Lisadobber, Carrick-on-Suir. — Peppardstown, Fethard,
eo. Tippenrary. Residence: Captain's Hill, Fethard,
CO. Tipperary.

PATTENSON. See Tyldcn-Pattenson.


Frances Sarah, dau. of the late William Bo^vden
Caughey, Esq., of Belfast and Holy wood ; m. 1861 Sir
Robert Lloyd Patterson, F.L.S., a J.P. for cos. Antrim
and Down, and a D.L. for Belfast, who was President
of the Belfast Chamber of Commerce 1880 and 1895,
and of the Belfast Natural History and Philosophical
Society 1881-3 and 189i-6, and who was cr. Knt.
1902, and d. 1906.— Croft House, Holywood, co. Down.

PATTERSON, Robert Michael, Esq., for-
merly of Garranard, co. Down.
Eldest son of William Hugh Patterson, Esq., M.R.I.A.,
of Garranard, who rf. 1918, by Helen, vhod. 1911, dau.
of the late John Crossley Anderson, Esq., of Belfast ; b.
1866. Mr. Patterson was educated at Kingsley Coll.,
Westward B.O.— Jackson Hall, Craigavad, co. Down;
Reform Club, s.w. ; E. Ulster Yacht Club, Bangor.

PATTESON, Egbert Wace, Esq., M.C., of
' Beeston St. Andrew Hall, Norfolk.
Only surviving son of Col. Henry Tyrwhitt Staniforth
Patteson, J.P. and D.L., Hon. Col. 6th (Cyclist)
Batt., previously Coram. 4th Vol. Batt., Norfolk
Regt., V.D., of Beeston St. Andrew Hall, who li. 1916,
by Annie Rosa, who d. 1904, eldest dau. of the late
Edward John Chambers, Esq., of Eastwood Lodge,
Leamington ; b. 1895. Mr. Patteson, who was educated
at Wellington Coll. and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand-
hurst, is Lieut, and temp. Capt. Norfolk Hegt. — Beeston
St. Andrew Hall, near Normch.


PATTISON. See Fringle-Pattison.

+ PATTON, Capt. Bethcne Minet, of Stoke
Court, Somerset.
Only surviving son of Col. Henry Bethune Patton, C.B.,
J.P. and D.L., 5th Batt. Somerset L.L, V.D., who d.
1915, by his 2nd wife Georgina Emma, who d. 1918,
younger dau. of the late Charles William Minet, Esq.,
J.P., ofBaldwyns, Kent; b. 1876; m. 1904 (marriage
dissolved 1912) Florence Adeline Winifred (who m.
2ndly 1915 Baron Zygmund de Maciszewski Wahrtreu),
only child of Philip Lloyd-Worrall, Esq. Capt. Piitton,
who was formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. Somersetshire L.L,
J3 Capt. R.A.S.C., Special Reserve. — Stoke Court, near
Taunton, Somerset.

PATTON-BETHUNE, Major Douglas El-
PHiNSTONE Hethune, of Clayton Priory,
Only surviving son of Gen. Walter Douglas Phillipps
Pation-Bethuue, Col. Highland L.L, of Clayton Priory,
who d. 1901, by Julia, who d. 1909, only dau. of Sir
Howard Elphinstone, 2nd Bart. ; h. 1867 ; m. 1902
Kathaleen Carlotta Douglas, dau. of the late Col.
Robert Blair Kennedy, and has, with other issue, a son,
•Douglas Howard Aubry Claude Debonair, b. 1907.
Major Patton-Bethune, who wa.s educated at Stub-
bington House, Fareham, is Major Reserve of Officers
and Major ret., late Rifle Brigade ; commanded 14th
(Service) Batt., with the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col.,
1914-16. — Clayton Priory, Burgess Hill, Sussex;
Junior Naval and Military Club, w.

PAUL, Sir Robert Joshua, Bart., of Bally-
glaa, CO. Waterford.— Cr. 1794.

Elder son of Sir William Joshua Paul, 4th Bart., by
Richenda Juliet, 4th dau. of the late Henry Edmund
Gurney, Esq., of Nutwood, Surrey; h. 1883; s. 1912;
■m. 1919 Eveline, dau. of the late Count Gorkiewicz de
Habdank, of Poland. Sir Robert Paul, who was
educated at Repton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge,
and was formerly in the Irrigation Department, Egypt,
is temp. Lieut, in the Army and Deputy Director-Gen.
of Public Security, Aleppo, Syria and province. —
Ballyglan, Waterford.

Heir Prei., hi« brother the Bev. William Edmund Jeffrey,
educated at Repton and at Trinity OoIL, Cambridge (LL.B.
1907, B.A. 1908); h. 1886.

PAUL, Sir Aubrey Euwaed Heney Dean,

Bart.— Cr. 1821.
Only surviving son of Sir Edward John Dean Paul, 4th
Bart., and of his 2nd wife Eliza Mouckton, who d. 1886,
2nd ilau. of Major-Gen. James Ramsay; h. 1869; i.
1895; m. 1901 Irene Regine, youngest dau. of the late
M. Henri Wieniawski, of Warsaw. Sir Aubrey Dean j
Paul was formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. Northumberland ,
Fusiliers, and temp. Capt. loth (Service) Batt. 1914-1 6. '
— Savile Club, w.

Heir, his son Brian Kenneth Dean, b. 1904.

PAUL, Laura, Lady.

Second dau. of Sir John Lister Lister-Kaye, 2nd
Bart., who d. 1871, by his 1st wife Matilda, who d.
1867, only dau. of the late George Arbuthnot, Esq. ;
m. 1851 Sir Aubrey John Dean Paul, 3rd Bart, who d.
1890.— Afo/ww del Ponte, Alassio, Italy.

PAUL, Sir James Balfour, Knt., C.V.O.,
LL.D.— Cr. 1900.
Only surviving son of the late Rev. John Paul, D.D., of
St. Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, by Margaret, dau. of the late
James Balfour, Esq., of Pilrig ; b. 1846 ; m. 1872 lleU-i^
Margaret, dau. of John Nairne Forraan, Esq., of .Staffa.
Sir James Paul, who was educated at the High School
and Univ.. Edinburgh (Hon. LL.D.1908),aud admitted
a Member of the Scottish Faculty of Advocates 1870, is
Lyon King-of-Arms and an Esquire of the 0»der of
St. John of Jerusalem. — 30, Heriot Bow, Edinburgh;
E. Societies' Club, s.w. ; University Club, Edinburgh.

PAUL, Sir George Morison, Knt.— Cr. 1911.

Fourth son ot the Rev. William Paul, D.D., Minister
of Banchory Devenick, Kincardineshire, who d.
1884, by Jessy, who d. 1866, eldest dau. of the late I
Alexander Stewart, Esq., of Aberdeen ; b. 1839 ; m. 1872
Mary, who d. 1914, 3rd dau. of the late Alexander John
JCinloeh, Esq., of Park, Aberdeenshire, and Altries,
Kincardineshire. Sir George Paul, who was educated
at Aberdeen and Edinburgh Univs. (M.A. 1858, Hon.
LL.l). 1908), and admitted a Writer to H.M.'s Signet
1S67, is a J.P. for Edinburgh, a Governor of J'ettcs
Coll. and of Donaldson's Ho.spital, Edinbm-gh, Chair-
man of the Lord Advocate's Advisory Committee on the
reform of Conveyancing in Scotland, of the (iov.vnors
of the Dick Bequest Trust for higher education in the
3 counties of Aberdeen, Banff, and Elgin, and of the
Directors of John Watson's and Miss Mary Murray's
Educational Institutions, Edinburgh, a Member of the
R. Co. of Archers (King's Body Guard for Scotland) and
of the B. Commission on the Civil Service (1915), one of
the Walker Trustees for the Episcopal Church in Scot-
land, a Manager of the R. Edinburgh Asylum for the
Insane, and a Director of the Scottish Provident In-
stitution, and has been Deputy Keeper of H.M.'s Signet
in Scotland and President of the Society of Writers to
H.M.'s Signet since 1905. — 9, Eglinton Crescent,
Edinburgh ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. ; Univertity Club,




PAUL, Stuart, Esq., of Preston Lodge,
Third son of William Francis Paul, Esq., O.B.E,, J.P.,
of OrwoU Lodge, Ipswich; b. 1879; m. 1909 Gladys,
4th dau. of the late William H. Hamilton, Esq., of
Broughton Park, Manchester, and has, with other
issue, a son, *William Stuart Hamilton, h. 1912.—
Freston Lodge, Ipswich, Sufolk; County Club, Ipswich.

PAULET. See Winchester, Marquess of.

PAULIN, Sir David, Knt.— Cr. 1909.

Fourth son of the late George Paulin, Esq., of Irvine,
Ayrshire, by Anne, dau of tho late Alexander
McDoiicall, FIsq., of Borthwick ; b. 1847; m. 1874
Jessie Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Hector McNeill, of
Ardnacross, Campbeltown, Argyllshire. Sir David
Paulin, who was educated at Irvine Academy, and was
formerly Manager of the Scottish Life Assurance Co.
Ltd., Edinburgh, is a Director thereof and of the
Arizona Copper Co. Ltd., Vice-President of the Edin-
burgh Chamber of Commerce, Chairman of the Edin-
burgh Canadian Mortgage Co. Ltd., of Fleming Reid
& Co. Ltd. and of the Scottish Advisory Committee
for the Welfare of the Blind. — The Bungalow, Machri-
hanish, Argyllshire; 6, Forres Street Edinburgh;
Demnshire Club, s.w. ; Caledonian United Service, and
Scottish Liberal Clubs, Edinburgh.

PAULL, James Philip, Esq., of Goonvrea,
Eldest son of John Richards Paull, Esq., of Bosvigo,
Cornwall, who d. 1882, by Amelia, who d. 1907, dau.
of the lato Philip Sandy Tomn, Esq., of Killigorden,
Cornwall; b. 1863; m. 1900 Catharine Stuart Hearle,
only child of the late Francis Hearle-Cock, Esq., of
TuUimaar, Cornwall, and has, with other issue, a son,

* Vivian Hearle, b. 1909. Mr. Paull, who was educated
at Sherborne, was formerly Capt. and Hon. Major Duke
of Cornwall's R.G.A. Vols., and subsequently Capt.
R.E.,T.F.,T.D.— Gooworra, Perranarworthal, Cornwall.



Selina Fitzgerald, dau. of the late Major William Cubitt,
of Catfield, Norfolk ; m. 1850 Julian, 1st and only Lord
Pauncefote, P.C, who was Under-Sec. of State for
Foreign Affairs 1882-9 ; Minister Plenipotentiary to
the U.S.A. 1889; Ambassador Extraordinary 1893,
and a British Member of the Permanent Court of
Arbitration, and who was cr. Knt. 1874, K.C.M.G.
1880, G.CM.G. 1885, K.C.B. 1888, G.C.B. 1892, a
Peer 1899, and d.s.p.m. 1902. — 19, Chesham Place, s.w.

PAWSON, Capt. William Hargeave Trotter,
of Shawdon Hall, and Titlington Hall,
Eldest son of William Hargrave Pawson, Esq., J. P., of
Shawdon Hall, and Titlington Hall, who d. 1892, by the
Hon. Emily Violet (.who m. 2ndly 1896 John Howard,
Esq., a J.P. and D.L. for Kent, and formerly M.P. for
the F'aversham Div. of Kent, of Sibton Park, Kent, who
d. 1911), youngest dau. of Carnegie Robert John, 3rd
Viscount St. Vincent; b. 1878; m. 1902 Violet Margaret
(who w.2ndly 1911 Henry Talbot Watson, Esq.), elder
dan. of Capt. John Francis Upton Gaskell, and has a son,

* William John Hargrave, b. 1 902. Capt. Pawson, who
was educated at Eton, and was formerly Capt. North-
umberland Imp. Yeo., and previously Lieut. 7th
Batt. King's R. Rifle Corps, was temp. Capt. R..4.
1915-17.— Titlington Hall, Alnwick.

PAYNE, Col. Alexander Vaughan, C.M.G.,
of Musbury, Devonshire.

Eldest son of the Rev. John Vaughan Payne, M.A., of
Musbury, who d. 1905, by Mary Isabella, who d. 1881,
dau. of the late John Goodwin Welch, Esq., of Upland
House, Bridgwater, Somerset; b. 1857; m. 1886 Janet,
M.B.E,, dau. of the late Joseph George Medlicott, Esq.,
I.6.S., of Loughrea, co. Galway, and has a dau., Agnes
Vivien ; )«. I9I2 Arthur Malcolm Peters, Esq., D.S.C.,
Lieut.-Comm. R.N. (see Peters, of Harefield, Devon-
shire.) Col. Payne, who was educated at Cheltenham
and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is Lieut.-Col. and
Brevet-Col. ret., late Wiltshire Regt.. Lord of the
Manor of Musbury, and Patron of 1 living; was an
A.A. and Q.M.G. 1916-19; has the Serbian Order of
the White Eagle, 3rd Class, with Swords. — Naval and
Military Club, w.

PAYNE, Charles Robert Saldsbury, Esq.,
of Blunham House, Bedfordshire.

Eldest son of SalusLury Gillies Payne, Esq., who
claimed to be oth Bart., of Blunham, and who d. 1893,
by Catharine Anne, who d. 1902, 3rd dau. of the late
Robert Chadwiek, Esq., of High Bank, near Man-
chester; b. 1859; m. 1893 Aline Cecilia, only child
of James Henry Murray, Esq., and has 2 daus. Mr.
Payne is a Magistrate for Bedfordshire (High Sheriff
1911), Lieut, ret. R.N., and Lieut, aud temp. Capt. 5th
Batt. Bedfordsliire Regt.— Blunham House, Sandy,
Bedfordshire ; Union Club, s.w.

Heir I'res., his nepbew Ealth Arthur, 2nd son of Arthur
Lavington Payne, Esq.. J. P., who rf. 1917, by Alice Ha,
4th dau. o( the late James Dugdale, Esq., ot Wroxall
Abbey, Warwickshire ; Lieut. E.N. ; b. 1897.

+ PAYNE, Philip Monohx, Esq., of Wootton
House, Bedfordshire.
Only son of Coventry Payne, Esq., who claimed to be
6th Bart., of Wootton House, and who d. 1874, by his
cousin Harriet, eldest dau. of the late John Wright,
Esq. ; b. 1868; m. 1880 Winifred, only dau. of the late
Richard Vigors Doyne, Esq., and has 4 daus. Mr.
Payne, who was educated at Magdalene Coll., Cam-
bridge, is Lord of the Manors of Sandy and Wootton.
— Wootton House, near Bedford.

PAYNE, Rawdon Shears, Esq., of Garry-
hankard, co. Cork.
Second son of C.ipt. Ludlow Strange Henry Payne,
late 3rd Batt. R. Munster Fusiliers, of Garryhankard,
and Upton House, co. Cork, who d. 1917, by Florence
S., eldest dau. of Henry Durlacher, Esq., of Edgefield,
Eastbourne; b. 1896; m. 1918 Sylvia, only surviving
child of the late Major Charles Bateson Harvey, 10th
R. Hussars. Mr. Rawdon Payne, who was educated
at Uppingham, is Lieut. 3rd Batt. R. Irish Regt. and
R.A.F. — Garryhankard, Innishanmn, co. Cork.

PAYNE, Sinclair Someks, Esq., of Upton
House, CO. Cork.

Eldest son of Capt. Ludlow Strange Henry Payne,
late 3rd Batt. R. Munster Fusiliers, of Upton House,
and Garryhankard, co. Cork, who (i. 1917, by Florence
S., eldest dau. of Henry Durlacher, Esq., of Edgefield,
Eastbourne; b 1887. Mr. Payne, who was educated
at Uppingham, was formerly Lieut. 4th Batt. R.
Munster Fusiliers. — Upton House, co. Cork.

PAYNE. See Selwyn-Payne.

PAYNE-GALLWEY, the late Sir Ralph

William FRANKLAND-, Bart , of Thirk-

leby Park, Yorkshire.— Cr. 1812.

Eldest son of Sir William Payne-Gal Iwey, 2nd Bart.,

M.P., by Emily Anne, who assumed the surname of



Payne-Frankland by royal lieense 1882 andrf.
3rd dan. and co-heiress of Sir Robert Frankland-
Eussell, 7th Bart., of Thirkleby Park ; h. 1848 ;
s. 1881 ; m. 1877 Edith Alice, younger dau. of the late
Thomas Masters Usborne, Esq., of Blackrock, eo. Cork,
- and £?. 1916. Sir Ralph Frankland-Payne-Gallwey, who
assumed the prefix surname of Frankland by royal
license 1914, was a J. P. for the N. Riding of York-
shire; late Lieut. Rifle 'Biigiie.—Thirkkbi/ Park,

Eeir, his liou WUliam Thomas, t M.V.O., Oapt. Grenadier
Guards ; educated at Eton


1913,1 PAYTON, Sir Charles Alfred, Knt., M.V.O.
" " — Cr. 1914.

Son of the late Rev. Charles Payton, of York; h.
1843 ; m. 1st 1880 Eliza Mary, who d. 1909, dau. of
the late John Olive, Esq., of Sussex; 2ndly 1913
Mary Stuart, 2nd dau. of the lata Joseph J. Elliott,
Esq., of Monken Hadley, Barnet. Sir Charles Payton,
who was educated at ScarhorouRh, at New Coll.,
London, and at Bonn, matriculated at London Univ.
1860 and entered the Consular Service 1880. was
Consul at Mogador, Morocco, 1880-93, at Genoa
1893-7 and at Calais 1897-11, and Consul-Gen. there
1911-13.— ^Ji/Aws' C!«b, s.w. ; Fly Fishers' Cluh, w.

PAYNTER, Lient.-Col. Camborne Haweis, of
Boskenna, Cornwall.

Eldest son of Reginald Hearle Paynter, Esq., of Bos-
kenna, who d. 1875, by Mary Davies, who d. 1905, dau.
of the late Rev. Prebendary John Oliver Willyams
Haweis ; b. 1864 ; m. 1904 JEthel Patience, only dau.
of Sir Edgcombe Venning, and has a dau., Elizabeth
Narcissa. Lieut.-Col. Paynter is a Magistrate for
Cornwall, Major ret. late 6th Inniskilling Dragoons,
Major Reserve of Officers, Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col.
ret., late Comm. Cornwall (Fortress) R.E., T,F., and '
Major T.F. Reserve, late R. 1st Devon Yeo., previously [
Major and Hon. Lient.-Col. K. Monmouthshire R.E. i
Militia. — Boskmna, St. Buryan, Penzance; Army and\
Navy Club, s.w. j

BHr Pres., his brother Hugh Haweis, Capt, ret., late Army
Motor Reserve, and Lieut. -Comm. Emergency List, R.N. ;
formerly Capt. Motor Vol. Corps, and previously Lieut,
H.N. ; has the Order of the Rising Run of Japan, 4th Class,
and the Order of the Medjidie, 3rd Class ; b. 1865.; m. 1890
Beatrice Louisa, 6th dau. of the late Harold Barkworth,
Esq., of Woodlands, Surrey, and has, with 2 daus., a son.
• Thomas Camborne, 6. 1 901.

PEACE, Lady.

Caroline, youngest dau. of the late 'WiUiam Tilbrook,
Esq., of Woodham Lodge, Essex.; m. 1869 Sir Walter
Peace, K.C.M.G., I.S.O., a Chevalier of the Belgian
Order of Leopold, who was Vice-Consul for Portugal in
Natal 1870-8; Consul for Belgium in Natal 1870-9; an
Emigration and Harbour Board Agent in London for
Natal 1880-93, and Agent-Gen. in London for the
Colony of Natal 1893-1904, and who was cr. K.CM.G.
1917 and fZ. 1917.

+ PEACH, George William, Esq., of Langley
Hall, Derbyshire.
Only surviving son of the late Rev. Henry J. Peach, of
Langley Hall, by Florence Mary, who d. 1900, dau.

of , Esq.; h. 1850; m. 1889 Fanny Mary, who d.

1912, only dau. of the late Thomas Goodall-Copestake,
Esq., of Kirk Langley, Derbyshire. Mr. Peach, who
was educated at Radley and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge (B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876). is a Magistrate for
Derbyshire and for SVdf{ordsh\re.— Langley Hall,

PAYNTER, Lieut Col. George Camborne pj,^cOCK, the Hon. Sir Alexander James,
Beauclerk, C.M.G., D.S.O. (with Bar), +^^^^^'_^^ -^^^2^

of Eaton Grange, Leicestershire.
Only son of Major George Paynter, J.P., formerly
1st (King's) Dragoon Guards, of Eaton Grange, who
d. 1907, by Frances Maria Janetta, who d. 1884,;
eldest dau. of the late Lord Amelius Wentworth j
Beauclerk, Capt. R.N. ; b. 1880. Lieut.-Col. Paynter, '
who was educated at Eton, is Major and Brevet Lieut.- '
Col. Scots Guards; commanded a Brigade, with the
temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1916-19; has the Order
of St. Anne of Russia, 3rd Class, with Swords. — Eaton
Grange, near Grantham, Lincolnshire ; Guards' Club,
s.w.; Bachelors', and Bath Clubs, w.; 21, Belgrave
Square, s.w.

of James Henry Peacock, Esq.; b. 1861

been M.L.A. of Victoria since 1889, was ap-
pointed Minister of Education and Postmaster-Gen.
1892, Chief Secretary and Minister of Education 1894,
and Chief Secretary and Minister of Labour 1900, and
was Premier, Treasurer, and Minister of Labour
1901-2, Chief Secretary and Minister of Labour 1907-
8, Minister of Education and Labour 1913-1.5,
Premier 1914-17 and Treasurer 1915-17.— C'm-
wick, Talbot Co., Victoria ; Lydia Street, Ballarat ; j
339, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. ■'

PEACOCK, Georgina, Lady.

Dau. of the late Ma,ior-Gen. St. George Showers, C.B.;
?)i. 1870, as his 2nd wife, the Right Hon. .Sir Barnes
Peacock, who was Chief Justice at Calcutta 1859-69;
a Member of the Judicial Committee of the Privy
Council, and who was cr, Knt. 1869, and d. 18U0.—
3, Buckingham Gate, s.w.

PAYNTER, Mrs., of Hembury Fort, Devon-
shire ; and of Stoke Hill, Surrey.
• Julia Mary Anne, 2nd dau. of William Porter, Esq.,

J.P. and D.L., of Hembury Fort, who d. 1887, by

Elizabeth Gibbs, who d. 1877, younger dau. of the

late Abraham Ludlow, Esq., of Heywood House,

Wiltshire; m. 1864 the Rev. Francis Paynter, M.A.,

of Stoke Hill, who was Rector of Stoke-next-Guildford

1862-96, and who d. 1908, leaving, with other issue,

a son, * the Rev. Francis Samuel, was Vicar of

Spondon, Derbyshire, 18P4-8, and has been Rector of

Springfield, Chelmsford, since 1 898 ; educated at

Christ's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1891, M.A. 1895);

b. 1866; m. 1891 Helen Isabel, dau. of the late Rev.

John Brettle Cane, Rector of Tattingstone, Ipswich,

and has, with other issue, a son, "'Hubert, b. 1894. — 1

Stoke Hilt, Guildford, Surrey ; He?Hbury Fort, Honiton,'.p^f^QQQ^ g^^. jj^Qgggr Knt. M.V.O. — Cr.

PEACOCK, Sir Peter, Knt.— Cr. 1918.

Son of Jesse Peacock, Esq., of Warrington; *, 1872;
m. 1892 Maria, dau. of W. A. Timmins, Esq., of
Warrington. Sir Peter Peacock, who was educated at
Warrington, is a J.P. for and an Aid. of Warrington
(Mayor 1913-19) and was formerly Chairman of Lord
Derby's Recruiting Scheme and of the Mil. Tribunal.
— Warri7iglo>i, Lancashire; Natimial Liberal Club,


X Oapt.William Frankland-Payne-Gallwey was reported "Missing" |
n Sept. 1914, and the succession is therefore unctrtain. l



Son of William Peacock, of Guisborough, Yorkshire;
b, 1859. Sir Edward Peacock was Chief Constable of




CaDterlmry 1888-92 and of Oldham 1892-8, and has
been of Manchester since 1808. — Kotree, Alexandra |
Pari, Manchester. |

+ PEACOCK, Hugh Mtddelton, Esq., of
Greatford Hall, Lincolnshire.

Son of Hugh Fenton Gilbert Peacock, Esq., J.P., of
Greatford Hall, who d. 1916, by Constance Fillingham,

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