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9, by Esther
Cooper, dau. of tSe late Joseph Cockram, of Darlaston ;
b. 1856 ; in. 1890 Caroline Maud, 2nd dau. of the late
James M'Manus, Esq., of Killeaden House, co. Mayo.
Sir Cooper Perry, who was educated at Eton and at
King's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883,
1I.B. 1886, M.D. 1888, F.R.C.P. Lond. 1898), is
Superintendent and Consulting f'hysician at Guy's
Hospital, and a Member of the Senate of London
Univ., (elected Viee-Chancellor 1917), and wasformerly
a Member of the Advisory Board for Army Medical
Services, and of the Council of the R. Coll. of
Physicians of London, Chairman of the Army Hospitals
Committee, and a Fellow of King's Coll., Cambridge.
— Atheneeum Club, s.w. ; The Superintendents House,
Guy's Hospital, s.e.

PERRY, Lieut.-Col. Sir Allan, Knt., M.D.—
Cr. 1904,.

Younger surriving son of Mr. Isaac Perry, of Chatham,
who d. 1860, by Betsy Kains, who d. 1877, dau. of the
late Mr. Benjamin Bond, of Rochester, Kent b. 1860 ;
m. 1886 Agnes Muriel, younger dau. of the late Lieut.-
Col. Connell Patrict Flynn, A.O.C. Sir Allan Perry,
who was educated at the London Hospital (L.S.A. Lon-
don 1882, D.P.H. London, M.R. C.S.England 1884, M.D.
Durham 1902), is Lieut.-Col. ret., late temp. Lieut.-
Col. (previously Major) R.A.M.C. ; a Knight of Grace
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; Principal Civil
Medical Officer and Inspector-Gen. of Hospitals of the
Island of Ceylon, and Principal of the Ceylon Medical
Coll. — Colombo, Ceylon: The Crofts, Fleet, Hampshire;
Junior United Service Club, s.w.

PERRY, Miss, of Bitham House, Wai-wickshire.

Pauline Marie ThArese, youngest dau. of Thomas
Aloysius Perry, Esq., a J. P. and D.L. for Warwick-
shire (High Sheriff 1883), of Bitham House, who d.
1907, by Helen, who d. 1875, only dau. of the late
William Knight, Esq., of Houghton. — Bitham House,
Avon Bassett, Warwickshire.

PERRY, Miss, of Newcastle, co. Tipperary.
Elizabeth, dau. of William Perry, Esq., of New-
castle, a Magistrate for co. Tipperary, who d. 1879,
by Susan, who d. 1882, dau. of the late David Ryan,
Esq. — Newcastle, Ballymacarberry, co. Waterford.

PERRY, Capt. William, of Woodrooff, co.
Eldest son of Samuel Perry, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Woodrooff, who d. 1908, by Mary, 2ud dau. of the late
John William Power, Esq., M.P., of Gurteen le Poer,
CO. Waterford; b. 1869; in. 1898 Emily Dorothea
Mary Clare, elder dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Henry
Arthur Boy^e, of Bannow House, co. Wexford, and
has, with other issue, a son, * Henry William Patrick,
b. 1900. Capt. Perry, who was educated at Tonbridge,
and was formerly Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batt. R.
Irish Begt., is a D.L. for co. Tipperary and temp. Capt.
6th (Service) Batt. R. Irish Regt. — JFooifroo^, Clonmel,
CO. Tipperary.

PERRY-HERRICK, of Beanmanor Park, and
Bardon Hall, Leicestershire. See Curzon-


PERRYN, Richard Geoege Henry, Esq., of
Trafford Hall, Cheshire.

Eldest son of Richard Henry Perryn, Esq., of Twicken-
ham, Middlesex, who d. 1904, by Frances Agnes, dau.
of the late James White, Esq., of Kingston, Canada ;
b. 1864; m. 1907 Frances Cotton, 2nd dau. of Henry
Ashley, Esq., of Yates Centre, Kansas, U.S.A., and has
2 dans. Mr. Perryn, who was educated at Rugby and
at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1888), admitted a
Solicitor 1898, and s. his aunt. Miss Harriet Perryn,
1 906, is Lord of the Manor of Wimbolds Trafford.—
Trafford Hall, near Chester.

PERSSE, BuETON Waltee, Esq., of Moyode
Castle, CO. Galway.
Eldest son of Burton Robert Parsons Persse, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., of Moyode Castle, who d. 1885, by Madeline
Eliza, who d. 1882, elder dau. of the late Col. William
Persse, C.B., 16th Lancers; h. 1854; is a Magistrate
for CO. Galway. — Residence : Mackney, Ballinasloe,
CO. Galway.

PERSSE, Major Willum Arthde, of Rox-

I borough, CO. Galway.

I Elder son of Major William Norton Persse, D.L,, of
Roxborough, who d. 1893, by Rose, who d. 1909, '^
dau. of the late Rev. Arthur Bennet Mesham, of

' Wootton, Kent; b. 1863; m. 1894 Katharine EOen,
dau. of Col. Henry John Wolsteyn Gehle, late R.E.,
and has, with other issue, a son, * Dudley William,
b. 1901. Major Persse, who was educated at Westward
Ho and at the B. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is a J.P.
and D.L. for co. Galway, (High Sheriff 1899) and Major
ret., late temp. Major, previously Capt. R.A. — Rox-
borough, Loughrea, co. Galvjay ; Army and Navy Club,
S.W.; Kildare Street Club, Dublin.

PERTH, Earl of (William Huntlt Deum-
mond).— Cr. 1604-5.

Eldest son of James David, 8th Viscount Strathallan,
by his 1st wife Ellen, who d. 1873, 2nd dau. of the
late Cudbert Bensley Thornhill, Esq., C.S.I., Indian
Civil Service; b. 1871 ; s. his father as 9th Viscount
Strathallan 1893, and his kinsman George, 14th Earl
of Perth and 6th Earl of Melfort (exi.), in the former
Earldom 1902. The Earl of Perth was formerly a
Capt. 3rd Batt. Black Watch.

PERY . See Limerick, Earl of.

-I-PERY.KNOX-GORE, Edmond Arthdr
GoEE, Esq., of The Bury House,
Cottingham, Northamptonshire; and of
Coolcronan House, co. Mayo.

Eldest son of Edmond Henry Cockayne Pery, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of The Bury House, Cottingham, and
of Coolcronan House, who assumed the additional sur-
names of Knox-Goreby royal license 1891 and d. 1900,
by Sarah Jane, who d. 1919, 3rd dau. of Sir Francis
Arthur Knox-Gore, 1st Bart, {ext.) ; b. 1861 ; m.
1898 Amy, youngest dau. of the late Rev. Francis
Gordon Sandys Lumsdai ne, of Lumsdaine and Blanerne,
Berwickshire, and of Innergellie, Fifeshire, and has,
with other issue, a son, * Edmond Myles, A. 1904.
Mr. Pery-Knox-Gore is a Magistrate for co. Mayo
(High Sheriff 1900), and temp. Lieut. R. Naval Vol.
Reserve ; late Lieut. 6th Batt. Connaught Rangers.
— Coolcronan House, Ballina, co. Mayo ; The Bury
House, Cottingham, Bockingham.




PETER-HOBLTN, Henrt Godolphin, Esq.,
of Colquite, Cornwall.

Third and only surviving son of John Harris Peter-
Jinldyu, Esq., of Colquite, Tvho d. 1871, by Emily (who
m. 2ndlv 1876 tlie Rev. James Hickes Glencross,
iux-tor of Helland, Cornwall, who d. 1881), 4th dau.
of the late Bev. John Kingdon, Rector of Michael-
stowe, Cornwall; b. 1869; m. 1907 Catharine, elder
dau. of the late Robert Mitchell Hawks, Esq., of Dol-
corsllwyn, Montgomeryshire, and has, with other issue,
a son, * John Bampfylde, b. 1909. Mr. Peter-Hoblyn,
who was educated at Newton Abbot Coll. and at
St. Peter's Coll., Cambridge, is a Magistrate for
Cornwall and Lord of the Manor of Colquite. — Col-
quite, yVashaway R.S.O.. Cornwall.

PETERBOROUGH, Bisliop of (the Right
Rev. Frank Theodore Woods, D.D.).

Eldest son of the Rev. Frank Woods, of Nottingham,
who d. 1S96, by Alice Octavia, 8th dau. of the late
Joseph Fry, Esq., of Hornehurch, Essex; b. 1874 ; m.
1897 Nina Katherine, eldest dau. of Henry Thornton,
Esq., of Nottingham. The Bishop of Peterborough
who was educated at Marlborough and at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge (B.A. 1895, M.A. 1899, Hon. D.D. 1916),
was Vicar of St. Jude's, E. Bri.Ttoii, 1901-3 ; Rector
of St. Paul's Kersal, Manchester, 1903-8; Vicar of
' Auckland St. Andrews with St. Anne and St. Philip
! and Rural Dean of Auckland 1908-12; Vicar of
' Bradford, Yorkshire, 1912-16 and Rural Dean of
Bradford 1913-16; consecrated Bishop of Peterborough
1916; is Patron of 3 Archdeaconries, 4 Canonries, 24
Hon. Canonries, and 87 livings.— TAc Palace, Peter-
borough ; National Club, s.w.



PETERS, the Hon. Mrs., of Harefield, Devon-

Rosalinda Catherine Sophia, only child of James Fitz
Walter, 24th and 15th Lord Dun boy ne, who d. 1899,
by Marion, who d. 1919, only dau. of the late Col.
Henry Morgan Clifford, M.P., of Llantilio, Monmouth-
shire; m. 1883 Major Gen. William Henry Brooke
Peters, late 4th Hussars, of Harefield, a J.P. for Devon-
shire, who d. 1913, leaving an only surviving son,
» Arthur Malcolm, D.S.C.,Lieut.-Comm. R.N. ; b. 1888;
m. 1912 Agnes Vivien, only child of Col. Alexander
Vaughan Payne, C.M.G., formerly Wiltshire Regt., of
Musbury, Devonshire, and has a dan., Margaret
Camilla. — flarc/ic/o!, Lympstone, Devonshire; 18,
Walton Street, s,w.

+ PETERS, Sir Lindset Bteon, K.B.E.— Or.

5. 18—. Sir Lindsey Peters is Chairman of the Engi.
neer and Works Supply Committee, War Office. —
Windlesham Moor, Windleskam, Surrey; War Office,
]VhitehaU, s.w.

+ PETERS, Sir George Henry, Kut.— Or.

Son of Henry Peters, Esq., of Bridge House, Windsor ;
b. 1853 ; m. 1878 Jane Ann, dau. of John Pierce Boyce,
Esq., of Windsor. Sir George Peters is a J.P. for
Windsor (Mayor 1887-9), a C. Aid. for Berks and
Hon. Treasurer to H.K.H. Princess Christian. —
Ouseley Lodge, Old Windsor.

PETERS, of Penwame, Cornwall.

The present owners are (1) Mary Usticke, only sur-
viving dau. and co-h

i of the Rev. Michael Nowell

Peters, ofPenwarno.whofl'. 1880, by Anne, who d. 1868,
dau. of the late Rev. William Borlase, of Castle Horneck,
Cornwall ; m. 1881 the Rev. John Tonkin, of Treverven,'
Cornwall, who d.s.p. 1908. (2) Lydia Harris and
Caroline Anne (xohom sec), daus. of John Borlase,
Esq., of Castle Horneck, Cornwall, who d. 1889, by
Lydia Nowell, who d. 1886, dau. and co-heiress of the
late Rev. Michael Nowell Peters, of Penwarne. The joint
owners are Patrons of 1 living. — Penwarne, Falmouth.

PETERSHAM, Viscount. See under Harrington,

Earl of.

PETERSON, Sir William, K.C.M.G., LL.D.
— Cr. 1916.

Fifth son of John Peterson, Esq., of Edinburgh and
Leith, who d. 1878, by Grace Monfort, who d. 1913,
dau. of the late John Anderson, Esq., of Edinburgh ;
b. 1856 ; m. 1885 Lisa Gibb, eldest dau. of the late
William Ross, Esq., of Glenearn, Perthshire. Sir
William Peterson, who was educated at the High
School, Edinburgh, at Edinburgh Univ. (M.A. 1876),
andatC.C.C, Oxford (B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882, Hon.
LL.D. St. Andrews 1885, Princeton 1896, Yale
1901, Aberdeen 1906, Toronto 1907, Harvard 1909
and Dublin 1912, Hon. D.Litt. Oxford and
Durham 1912), is a Trustee of Carnegie Foundation
for Advancement of Teaching, New York, and Chair-
man of the Protestant Committee of Council of
Public Instruction, Quebec ; was Assistant Professor
of Humanity in Edinburgh Univ. 1879-82, Prin-
cipal of Univ. Coll., Dundee, 1882-95, and Principal
and Vice-chancellor of McGill Univ., Montreal, 1895-
1919. — 447, Sherbrooke Street, W. Mmtreal ;
Athenceum Club, s.w.; Savile Club, w. ; University,
and Mount Royal Clubs, Montreal.

PETERSON, the Hon. Sir Arthur Frederick,
Knt.— Cr. 1915.

Only son of William Peterson, Esq., of Melbourne,
Victoria, who d. 1898, by Louisa, who d. 1867, dau. of
the late Frederick Thoihas Sargood, Esq., of Croydon ;
b. 1859. Sir Arthur Peterson, who was educated at
Dulwich Coll. and at C.C.C, Oxford (B.A. 1883, M.A.
1886), called to the B»r at Lincoln's Inn and at the
Inner Temple 1886, appointed a K.C. 1906, and elected
a Bencher of Lincoln's Inn 1911, has been a Judge of
the High Court of Justice, Chancery Div., since 191S.
Athenceum, and New University Clubs, s.w. ; Albemarle
Club, w. ; 39, Cheyne Walk, s.w.


Mary Ada, dau. of John Simmonds, Esq. ; m. 188?
Brigadier-Gen. Sir Samuel Augustus Pethebridge,
K.O.M.G., Comm. ret. R. Australian Naval Reserve,
Brigadier-Gen. Commonwealth Expeditionary Force
and a J.P. for Queensland, who was Secretary Marine
Board and Department, Queensland, 1876-1901; Chief
Clerk 1901 ; Secretary of the Defence Department,
Commonwealth of Australia, 1910-14; Commonwealth
Commissioner N.W. Pacific Islands 1914-18 and
Administrator of New Guinea (formerly German)
1915-18. and who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1917 and d. 1918.
— Canterbury, Melbourne, Victoria.

PBTHERAM, Sir William Comer, Knt., K.C.
— Cr. 1884.
Eldest son of William Petheram, Esq., of Pinhoe, Exe-
ter, Devon, who d. 1870, by Elizabeth, dau. of the lat?
Joseph Comer, Esq. ; b. 1835 ; »8. 1863 Isabel Christine,
who d. 1907, only dau. of Sir William Congreve, 2nd
Bart. {ext.). Sir Willi,im Petheram was called to the
Bar at the Middle Temple 1869, and went the Western
Circuit; appointed a Q.C. 1880 ; was Chief Justice of




the N.W. ProTinces of India 1884-6 ; Chief Justice of
Bengal 1886-96, and formerly Vice-Chaucellor of
Calcutta Univ.— Sd. Stephen's Club, s.w. ; 49, York
Terrace, Regent's Park, N.w.

PETIT, Sir Dinshaw Manockjee, Bart. — Cr.

Only son of Framjee Dinshaw, who d. 1895 ('2nd son
of Sir Dinshaw Manockjee Petit, 1st Bart.), by Awabai
Nusserwanjee Manockjee; b. 1873; s. his grandfather
Sir Dinshaw Manockjee, 1st Bart., 1901, under a special
remainder; m. 1894 Dinbai, dau. of Sir Jamsetjee
Jejeebhoy, 3rd Bart., C.S.l.— Petit Hall, Malabar Hill,

Hm; Ms son Framjee Dinshaw, 6. 1001 .

PETLEY, Chakles Ralph Carter, Esq., of
Riverhead, Kent.
Only son of Charles Carter Petley, Esq., sometime
Capt. E. Kent Militia, who d. 1882, by Kathleen, dau.
of Col. Munns ; b. 1877 ; «. his grandfather, Charles
Robert Carter Petley, Esq., a J.P. for Kent, 1890; m.
1902 Cis Constance Mary, younger dau. of Edward
England, Esq., and has, with other issue, a son, * Edward
Carter, b. 1903. Mr. Petley, who was educated at
Charterhouse and at Pembroke Coll., Cambridge, was
formerly Lieut. Unattached List, Indian Staff Corps,
and was called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1909.-
Besidence : Emli/n House, Leather/lead, Sumy.

PETO, Sir Henet, Bart.— Cr. 1855.

Eldest son of Sir Samuel Morton Peto, 1st Bart,
M.P., by his 1st wife Mary, whod. 1842, dau. of the late
Thomas De la Garde Grissell, Esq. ; b. 1840 ; s. 1889 ;
m. 1874 Mary, younger dau. of the late Eev. Thomas
Fuller, Vicar of St. Peter's, Eaton Square. Sir Henry
Peto, who was educated at Univ. Coll., London ( ~
London Univ. 1861), and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. I860, M.A. 1869), and called to the Bar at the
Inner Temple 1867, is a D.L. for Dorsetshire (a C.C,
1886-1913 and High Sheriff 1897), and Patron of 2
\iwings.~Chediiigton Court, Misterton S.O., Somerset;
Athenmtm Club, s.w. ; Albemarle, and Burlington Fine
Arts' Clubs, w. ; B. Dorset Yacht Club, Weymouth.
HeirPrei.,his half-brother, Morton Kclsall, 2iid son of tl
Bart., by his 2nd wife Sarah Ainsworth, who d. 1892, eldest
dau. of the late Henry KelsaU,Esq., of Rochdale, Lanca-
shire ; b. 1845 ; m. 1884 Olivia Georgiaua Elizabeth, dan. of
the late Hon . Francis Maude, and lias, with other issue
•Henry Francis Morton, Lieut.-Comm. R.N.: 6.1889; m.
1919 Edith, only dau. of the late George Berners Huck-

PETRE, Lord (Joseph William Lionel Petee).
— Cr. 1603.

Only son of Lionel George Carroll, 16th Lord, Capt.
Coldstream Guards (who d. of wounds received in
action), by Catherine Margaret, only child of the late
Hon. John Richard De Clare Boscawen, J.P. and D.L.,
ofTregye, Cornwall; b. 1914; «. 191.5; is Patron of 4
livings. — Thorndon Hall, Brentwood, Essex ; Ingateslone
Hall, Essex.

Heir Pres., his cousin Francis William (2nd and eldest sur-
viving son of the Hon. Henry William Petre, of Springfield
Lawn, Essex, who d. 1889, by his 1st wife Mary Ann
Eleanor, who d. 188S, only dau. of the late Richard Walmcs-
ley, Esq.. of Middleton Hall, Essex), b. 1847 ; m, 1881 Mar-
garet, eldest dau. of the late Edward Bowes Oargill, Esq.,
of Duncdin, New Zealand, and has, with other issue, a son,
• Edward Henry, Lieut. 3rd Batt. Suffolk E«gt. and temp.
Oapt. Machine Gun Corps ; b. 1881.

PETRE, (Etheldreda) Audeet Mart, Lady, of

HoUanden Park, Kent.

Fourth dau. of the Rev. William Robinson Clark,

D.D., M.A., LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. (Canada), formerly

Vicar of Taunton, Prebendary of Wells, and Professor of


Philosophy in Trinity Coll., Toronto, who d. 1912 ; m.
1899 Bernard Henry Philip, 14th Lord Petre, who d.
1908, leaving a dau., *Mary Frances Katherine,
Baroness Furnivall {whom see). — HoUanden Park,
Tonhridge, Kent.

PETRE, Julia Mary, Lady.

Eldest dau. of the late George Cavendish Taylor, Esq.,
of 42, Elvaston Place, S.W. ; m. 1888 Philip Benedict
Joseph, 15th Lord PetrCj who d. 1908.— 2, Upper
Grosvenor Street, w.

PETRE, Lieut.-Col. Bernard James, of West-
wick, Norfolk.
Eldest son of James Duff, Esq., J.P., M.P., Lieut.-Col.
3rd Norfolk Rifle Vols., who d. 1878, by Mary, only
child of the late Edward James Dawkins, Esq., and
niece of the late John Berney Petre, Esq., of Westwick;
b. 1867; m. 1907 the Hon. Ruby Alexandrina Eliza-
beth Thellusson, 4th dau. of Frederick Willam Brook,
5th Lord Rendlesham, and has, with other issue, a
son, *John Frederick Berney, b. 1913. Lieut.-Col.
Petre, who was educated at Eton, is a Magistrate for
Norfolk, Lieut.-Col. ret., late Comm. 5th Batt. Norfolk
Regt., and Patron of 1 Hving ; late Capt. Indian Staff
Corps, previously Lieut. 18th Hussars; was temp.
Commandant of a Remount Depot 1917-18 ; appointed
a Dist. Remount Officer 1919; assumed the surname
of Petre by royal license 1882. — Westwick, Norwich ;
Naval and Military Club, w.

PETRE, George Ernest Augustus Henet,
Esq., of Dunkenhalgh, Lancashire.
Eldest son of Sir George Glynn Petre, K.C.M.G.,C.B.,
of Dunkenhalgh, who d. 1905, by Emma Katharine
Julia, who d. 1916, youngest dau. of the late Major
Ralph Henry Sneyd ; b. 1860. Mr. Petre was educated
at Magdalene Coll., Cambridge. — Dunkenhalgh,
Accrington, Lancashire ; Travellers' Club, s.w.

PETRE, Oswald Henry Philip TURVILLE-,
Esq., of Whitley Abbey, Warwickshire ; of
Samlesbury, Lancashire ; and of Bosworth
Hall, Leicestershire.
Elder son of Edward Henry Petre, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of Whitley Abbey, and Samlesbury, who d. 1902, by
Lady Gwendaline Elizabeth, who d. 1910, younger dau.
of the late Lieut.-Col. Charles Thomas Talbot, and
sister of Bertram, 17th Earl of Shrewsbury ; b. 1862;
m. 1899 Margaret Lucy, younger dau. of the late Lau-
rence Trent Cave, Esq., Ditcham Park, Hampshire, and
has, with other issue, a son, * Francis Adrian Joseph, b.
1901. Mr. TurviUe-Petre, who was educated at Ch. Ch.,
Oxford (B.A. 1886), and assumed the prefix surname
of Turville by royal license 1907 in compliance with a
clause in the will of Sir Francis Fortescue Turville,
K.C.M.G., of Bosworth Hall, is a J.P. and D.L. for
Warwickshire, a J.P. for Leicestershire (High Sheriff
1912), Major and Hon. Lient.-Col. late Warwickshire
Yeo., T.D., Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. Territorial
Force Reserve, previously temp. Major and Hon. Lieut.-
Col. Northamptonshire Yeo., temp. Major Gen. List,
serving with Agricultural Cos., and Lord of the Manors
of Samlesbury and Husbands Bosworth, Leicestershire.
— nhitley Abbey, Coventry; Bosworth Hall, Rugby;
Samlesbury, Lancashire; Travellers' Club, s.w.; St.
James's Club, w.

PETRE. See Furnivall, Baroness.

PETRIE, Sir Charles, Bart.— Cr. 1918.

Second son of Alexander Petrie, Esq., of Carrowcarden,
Enniscroue, co. Sligo, by Margaret, who d. 1885, dau.



of the late Charles Lyell, Esq., of Lindores, Fife;'

b. 18.53; m. 1880 Hannah Lindsay, dau. of the late

William Hamilton, Esq., of Liverpool, and Droraore,

Wigtownshire. Sir Charles Petrie is a D.L. for

Lancashire, a J.P. and an Aid. for Liverpool, of which

city he was Lord Mayor 1901-2, and President of

the Liverpool Constitutional Association. — Oakfidd,

Grassendale, Liverpool ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w.

Htfir, his son Edward Lindsay Haddon, temp. Lieat.

R.A.S.O. ; educated at Shrewsburv and at Pembroke Coll.,

Cambridge ; b. 1881 ; m. 1912 Blanche, dau. of 0. J. Allen,

Esq., of Basingstoke, and has a dau., Yiolet.

PETTIGREW, Sir Andrew Hislop, Knt.—
Or. 1913.

Fourth son of John Pettigrew, Esq., of New Lanark ;
h. 1857; m. Istl880 Amelia Kirkwood, dau. of the late
Alexander McNaughton, Esq., of Glasgow ; 2ndly 1919
Annie, dau. of Angus MacLeod, Esq., of Hillhead,
Glasgow. Sir Andrew Pettigrew, who was educated
at New Lanark School and at Broomgate Educational
Institute, Lanark, is a J.P. for the co. of the City of
Glasgow, Chairman and Managing Director of Messrs.
Pettigrew & Stephens Ltd., Drapers, of Glasgow, and
of Messrs. Stewart & M'Donald Ltd., Gen. Warehouse-
men, of Glasgow, London, and the Colonies, Director
of Edward Macbean & Co. Ltd., of Glasgow, and
Chairman of Thomas Hinshelwood Ltd., of Glasgow ;
■was formerly a Town Coiincillor of Glasgow, President
of the Scottish Guardian Society, and Chairman of the
Scottish National Council of the Young Men's Christian
Association and of the Executive of the Scottish
History Exhibition, Glasgow, of 1 9 11 , which by his able
management realized a large surplus to found the Chair
of Scottish History in Glasgow Univ. — Redholm,

PETTI WARD, Charles, Esq., of Finborough
Hall, Suffolk.

Eldest son of the Rev. Charles Terry, of Tostock Old
Hall, Suffolk, formerly Rector of Harleston, Suffolk,
who d. 1902, by Isabella Henrietta, 5th dau. of the
late Professor William Adey Ogle, of Oxford ; b. 1855 ;
s. his cousin Robert John Pettiward, Esq., J.P., and
assumed, by royal license, the surname of Pettiward
1908 ; m. 1904 Eliza Mary, 6th dau. of Robert Heale
Gamlen, Esq.,' and has, with other issue, a son, » Roger
Gamelyn, b. 1906. Mr. Pettiward, who was educated
at Winchester and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1879,
M.A. 1881), is a Magistrate for Suffolk (High Sheriff
1918), Lord of the Manors of Great and Little
Finborough, Onehouse, and Harleston, and Patron of
2 livings. — Finborough Hall, Stotomarket, Suffolk;
White's Club, s.w.

PEYTON, Sir Algernon Thomas, Bart., of
Doddington, Cambridgeshire. — Cr. 1776.
Elder son of Sir Algernon Francis Peyton, 6th Bart.,
by Ida Frances, 3rd dau. of the late James Mason,
Esq., of Eynsham Hall, Oxfordshire; b. 1889; s.
1916; »«. 1916 Joan Stratford, only child of John
Stratford Dugdale, Esq., X.C, and has 2 daus.,
Sir Algernon Peyton, who was educated at Eton and
at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is Capt. Reserve of
Officers, late 11th Hussars and Patron of 3 livings —
Swijt's House, Bicester, Oxfordshire ; Cavalry Club,w. ;
Boodle's Club, s.w.

JJeir I'res., his uncle the Bev. Thomas Thoruhill (2nd son of
, 6th Bart., who d. 1888, by
■ _ - - j,^

Rector of St. Mary's, March, Rural Dean of March, Hon.

Canon of Ely, and a J.P. for the Isle of Ely ; educated at

\ Coll. and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1872,

,866 ; m. 1884 Mary Louisa, who d. 1909,

youngest dau. of Sir William Henry Marsham Style, 9th

Wellington (

PEYTON, Laura Sarah, Lady. See Valentia.

PEYTON, Major-Gen. Sir William Eliot,
K.C.B., K.C.V.O., D.S.O.— Cr. K.C.B,
1917, K.C.V.O. 1917.

Third son of Col. John Peyton, formerly Comm. 7th
Dragoon Guards, who d. 1906 ; b. 1866; m. 1st 1899
Mabel Maria, who d. 1901, youngest dau. of the late
Lieut. -Gen. the Hon. Edward Thomas Gage, C.B. ;
2ndly 1903 Gertrude Hay, who d. 1916, 4th dau. of
Major-Gen. Arthur Reid Lempriere, J.P., late R.E., of
Collingwood Mount, Surrey, and widow of Capt. Stuart
Robertson, 14th Hussars. Sir William Peyton, who
was educated at Brighton Coll., is a Major-Gen. late
Comm. 15th Hussars, of which he is Col., and a Comm.
of the Legion of Honour ; was Assistant Quartermaster-
Gen, at Headquartei-s in India 1907-8 ; in command
of 7th Meerut Cav. Brigade, N. Army in India, 1908-
12 ; the King-Emperor's Herald at the Delhi Durbar
1911 ; Mil. Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief in
India, with the rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1912-14; in
command of 2nd Mounted Div. in Gallipoli 1915 ; Mil.
Secretary Gen. Headquarters, France, 1916-18, and in
command of W. Frontier Expedition against Senussi
1916 and of 40th Div. in France 1918; appointed to
command the Cav. of the Army of Occupation on the
Rhine 1918; has the Orders of the Nile, 2nd Class,
and the Medjidie, 4th Class, and the Belgian Croix de
Guerre. —Army and Kaiy Club, s.w.

PEYTON, Mrs. Reynolds, of Lougbscur, and
Laheen, co. Leitrim.

Alice Mary, eldest dau. of Major John Edward Riley,
formerly Counaught Rangers, of Forest Hill, Windsor,
whorf. i 890, by Isabel Ryder, who rf. 1901, dau. of the
late Col. Roderick Roberts, Bengal Art. ; m. 1894
James Reynolds Peyton, Esq., of Loughscur, and
Laheen, a J.P. and D.L. for co. Leitrim (High Sheriff
1879), who d. 1917, leaving a son, John, Lieut. R.N.,
who d. on active service 1918 ; and a dau., * Dorothea.
— 115, Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W.

PEYTON, Tobias, Esq., of The Hermitage, co.

Only sou of Tobias Henry Peyton, Esq., who d 1898,
by Frances Carleton, only dau. of the late Thomas Henry
Ellis, Esq., of The Hermitage ; b

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