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Capt. 17th
Lancers and Flight Comm. R. Flying Corps ; A. 1885;
m. 1914 Gillian Mary [who m. 2ndly 1919 Major
Charles Edgar Bryant, D.S.O. (with Bar), Capt.
7th Hussars and Major R.A.F.], dau. of Major Charles



Spencer Warwick, Devonshire Kegt., and d. (killed in
action) 1917, leaving a dau.. Cicely Noel. Mr. Piatt,
■who was educated at Eton and at Balliol Coll., Oxford,
is a .I.P. for Carnarvonshire (High Sheriff 1888) ; late
Capt. Denbighshire Yeo. Cav. — St. Bruno, Sunning-
dale ; Junior Carlton, Pratt's, and Orleans Clubs, s.w.

PLAYER, John, Esq., of Thirlestaine Hall,
Eldest son of William John Player, Esq., of Tockington,
Gloucestershire, and of Neath, Glamorganshire,
who d. 1895, by Elizabeth Amelia, who d. 1876, eldest
dau. of the late Robert Dunkin, Esq., of Loughor,
Glamorganshire; b. 18-11; m. 1866 Martha Lott,
youngest dau. of John Joce Strick, Esq., J.P., of
Clydaeh, Glamorganshire, and has, with other issue, a
son, ♦William John Percy, M.B.E., a Magistrate for
Glamorganshire (High Sheriff 1910); b. 1870; m.
1913 Gladys Harward, only dau. of Thomas William
Shepherd, Esq., L.R.C.S., of Castle Hill House,
Launceston, Cornwall. Mr. Player, who was educated
at Birmingham, and adopted the profession of an
Engineer, established Engineering and Machine, and
Tinplate Works at Clydaeh, and is a Magistrate for
Glamorganshire. — Thirlestaine Hall, Cheltenham;
B. Automobile Club, s.w.

PLATFAIR, Lord (George James Playfair,
C.V.O.).— Cr. 1892.

Only son of Lyon, 1st Lord, G.C.B., by his 1st wife
Margaret Eliza, who d. 1855, dau. of the late James
Oakes, Esq., of Biddings House, Derbyshire; b. 1849;
«. 1898; m. let 1877 Lucy Osborne, who d. 1877, dau.
of Thomas Gadd Matthews, Esq. ; 2ndly 1888 Augusta
Mary, only dau. of the late Henry Thomas Hickman,
Esq., of Chorlton House, Warwickshire, and has a dau.,
Lucy Jessie Lyon, m. 1907 Major Lionel Colme Soltau-
Symons, D.S.O., Durham L.I. Lord Playfair, who
was educated at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is
an Hon. Brigadier-Gen. ret., late Col. R.A., and Hon.
Col. 2nd Highland Brigade, R.F.A., Territorial Force,
T.D. ; was Commander Coast Defences, Scottish Com-
mand, with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1903-6.
— Residence: Redgrave Hall, Suffolk; Naval and
Military Club, w.

PLAYFAIR, Edith, Lady.

Dau. of Samuel Hammond Russell, of Boston, U.S.A. ;
m. 1st 1878, as 3rd wife, Lyon, 1st Lord Playfair,
G.C.B., who d. 1898; 2ndly 1901 Robert Fleming
Crooks, Esq. — 72, South Audlcg Street, w.

PLAYFAIR, Frances Sophia, Lady, of
Carnousie, BanfFsliire.
Elder dau. of John Harvey, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Carnousie, who d. 1915, by his 1st wife Ellen Sophia,
who d. 1893, younger dau. of the late Thomas
Christy, Esq., of Brooklands, Essex; m. 1903 Sir
Patrick Playfair, C,I.E„ F.R.G.S., a Partner in the
firms of Messrs. Barry & Co., Merchants, of Cal-
cutta, and Messrs. J. B. Barry & Son, London, who
was formerly President and Vice-President of the Bengal
Chamber of Commerce; Mercantile Member of the
Bengal Legislative Council; an Additional Member of
the Council of the Viceroy and Governor-Gen. of India
1893-7, and Sheriff of Calcutta 1896, and who was
cr. Knt. 1897, and d. 1915.— 2, Ennismore Gardens,

PLAYNE, Arthur Twisden, Esq., of Long-
fords, and Box House, Gloucestershire.
Only surviving son of WiUiam Playne, Esq., J.P., of
Longfords, and of Avening Court, Gloucestershire, who
d. 1 884, by Mary Anne, who (i. 1 868, only dan. of the late


Joseph Ellis Viner, Esq.,of Badgeworth Court, Glouces-
tershire ; b. 1843; m. 1870 Mary Elizabeth, dau. of
Richard Potter, Esq., of Standish House, Gloucester-
shire, and has issue * William Heyworth, a J.P. and
D.L. for Gloucestershire, an Hon. Capt. in the Army,
and Lieut.-Col. Territorial Force Reserve, late Comm.
R. Gloucestershire Hussars Yeo., T.D.; b. 1870; m.
1897 Manuela Margaret, dau. of Frederick Huth
Meinhertzhagen. Mr. Playne, who was educated at
B.N.C., Oxford (B.A. 1864), and was formerly Lieut.
R. Gloucestershire Hussars Yeo. Cav., is a J.P. for
Gloucestershire. — Longfords, Minchinhampton ; Oxford
and Cambridge Club, s.w.

PLENDER, Sir Willum, G.B.E.— Cr. Knt.
1911, G.B.E. 1918.

Eldest son of William Plender, Esq., of The Oaks,
Dalston, Cumberland, by Elizabeth Agnes Smallpiece,
dau. of the late John Edward Vardy, Esq., of Newcastle-
upon-Tyne ; b. 1861; m. 1891 Marian, elder dau. of
John Channon, Esq., of Woodford Green. Sir William
Plender, who was educated at the Grammar School,
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, is a leading Chartered Accountant
in London, with Offices in New York, Buenos Aires, Rio,
Montreal, Vancouver, S. Africa, &c., a Knight of Grace
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, a J.P. for Kent,
an Hon. Member of the Institute of Journalists and
Hon. Treasurer of the R. Society of Painter-Etchers and
Engravers ; has served on many Departmental Com-
mittees and been engaged in public inquiries at home
and abroad ; advised the Government in connection with
the Port of London Bill 1908 ; was in 1912 appointed
Investigator to inquire into existing conditions of
medical work and remuneration under the National In-
surance Act 1911, and was President of the Institute of
Chartered Accountants 1910-12, a Member of the Com-
mittee on Irish Finance 1911 and of the R. Commission
on Railways 1913, and a Commissioner (unpaid) under
the Welsh Church Act 1914; appointed, by the Treasury,
Controller of German, Austrian, and Turkish Banks
and a Member of the Foreign Trade Debts Committee
aud of the Telegraph Organization Committee 1914, a
Member of the Liquor Trade Finance Committees
(England and Wales) 1915 and 1917, of the Enemy
Debts Committee 1916, and of the Clerical and Com-
mercial Employments Committee 1916, Chairman of
Panel Mil. Service (Civil LiabiHties) Commission 1916
and Hon. Financial Legal Adviser to the Board of
Trade 1918; has the Order of Mercy.— yD«M(?en .Hbw^e,
Sundridge, Sevenoaks ; City of London Club, e.c. ;
Seform, and Ranelagh Clubs, s.w. ; Arts' , and Burling.
ton Fine Arts' Clubs, w. ; Garrick Club, w.c. ; 51,
Kensington Court, w. ; 5, London, Wall Buildings, E.c.

PLEYDELL. See Mansel-Pleydell.

PLEYDELL-BOUVERIE. See Bouverie, and
Radnor. Earl of.

WYNDHAM. See Long.


Mary Beatrice Teresa, eldest dau. of Basil Thomas
Fitzherbert, Esq., J.P. and D.L., formerly of Swyn-
nerton Park, Staffordshire, who d. 1919, by his 1st
wife Emily Charlotte, who (i. 1881, elder dau. of the
late Hon. Edward Stafford-Jerningham ; m. 189o, a»
his 2nd wife. Sir Trevor John Chichele Chichele-
Plowden, a J.P. for Sussex, who was successively
Under-Secretary to the Government of India in the
Home and Foreign Departments, Resident at Bagdad
•«id British Consul-Gen. for Turkish Arabia, Commis-
sioner of Ajmere, Resident in Udaipur and Kashmir,




Commissioner of Berar, and Britisli Eesident at
Hyderabad 1891-1900, and who wascr. K.C.S.I. 1898,
and d. 1905. — Bramshott, Liphook, Hampshire.

PLOWDBN, Sir Henrt Meeedyth, Knt.— Cr.

Second son of the late George Augustus Chicheley
Plowden, Esq., Bengal C.S. ; b. 1840; m. 1887
Helen, eldest dau.of the late Sir Cecil Beadon, K.C.S.I.,
Lieut.-Governor of Bengal. Sir Henry Plowden was
educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1863) ; called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1866 ;
late Senior Judge of the Chief Court of the Punjab ;
formerly Government Advocate at Lahore. — Pinewood,
Snnnijighill, Berkshire ; E. Societies' Club, s.Tf.

PLOWDEN, Roger Edmund Joseph, Esq., of
Plowden Hall, Shropshire.
Only surviving son of William Francis Plowden, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of Plowden Hall, who d. 1914, by Lady
Mary, who d. 1911, 2nd dau. of the late Hon. John
Charles Dundas, M.P., and sister of Lawrence, 1st
Marquess of Zetland ; b. 1879 ; s. his brother Francis
Charles Plowden, Esq., Lieut. Shropshire Yeo., who d.
of wounds received in action, 1918 ; m. 1918 Mary
Florence, eldest dau. of Reginald Harry Chplmondeley,
Esq., of Dorton House, Bucks. Mr. Plowden, who was
educated at Beaumont Coll., is Lieut. Shropshire Yeo.
— Plowden Hall, Li/dbury North, Shropshire ; Welling-
ton Club, e.w.

PLUMER, Gen. Sir Herbert Charles Onslow,
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O.— Cr. K.C.B.
1906, G.C.M.G. 1916, G.C.V.O. 1917.
G.C.B. 1918.

Eldest son of Hall Plumer, Esq., of Malpas Lodge,
Torquay, who d. 1888, by Louisa, who d. 1903, only
dau. of the lateHenry Turnley, Esq. ; b. 1857 ; m. 1884
Annie Constance, O.B.E., youngest dau. of the late
George Goss, Esq. Sir Herbert Plumer, who was
educated at Eton, is a Gen., late York and Lancaster
Eegt., of which he is Col., and Grand Officier Legion
d'Honneur, of the Order of Leopold of Belgium, and
of the Italian Order of St, Maurice and St. Lazarus,
and was in command of the Rhodesian Field Force in
S. Africa 1899-1902; A.D.C. to H.M. King Edward
Vn. 1901-2; in command of the 4th Brigade, 1st
Army Corps, 1902-3, and of the 10th Div. and 19th
Brigade, 4th Army Corps, 1903-4; Q.M.G. to the
Forces and 3rd Mil. Member of the Army Council
1904-5; in command of the 6th Div., Irish Com-
mand, 1906-9; Gen. Officer Commauding-in-Chief the
Northern Command 1911-14, and in command of 5th
Army Corps 1915-17; of 2nd Army 1917, of the
British Forces in Italy 1!U7-18 and of 2nd Army
1918-19; appointed an A.D.C. Gen. to H.M. King
George V. 191 7 and Governor and Commander-in-Chief
of Malta 1919 ; has the Order of the Medjidie, 4th
Class, and the French (with Palm) and Belgian Croix
de Guerre. — The Palace, Malta ; United Service Club,
B.w. ; 22, Ennismore Gardens, s.w.

PLUMMER. See Scoit-Plummer.

PLUMPTRB, Henry Fitzwalter, Esq., of
Goodnestone Park, Kent.

Eldest son of John Bridges Plumptre, Esq., who d.
1888 (by Elizabeth, who d. 1909, 2nd dau. of the l.ate
Francis Wright, Esq., of Osmaston Manor, Derbyshire),
and grandson of Mrs. Plumptre, who d. 1892, only dau.
of Sir Brook William Bridges, 4th Bart, (ext.), of Good-
nestone Park; h. 1860; m. let 1892 Maude Dora
Gertrude, who d.s.p. 1893, dau. of the late Capt. Thomas
Carpendale Baird, Dorsetshire Regt. ; 2ndly 1908 Emily

Harriet Jemima, eldest dau. of the above mentioned
Capt. Baird. Mr. Plumptre, who was educated at
Haileybury and at University Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1885),
is a J.P. and C. Aid. for Kent, Lord of the Manor of
Danbury, Essex, and Patron of 5 livings. — Goodnestone
Park, near Canterbury ; Junior Carlton Clnb, s.w.

PLUMPTRE, Henry Western, Esq., of Fred-
ville Park, Kent.
Eldest sou of Charles John Plumptre, Esq., of Fredville
Park, who d. 1905, by Fanny Augusta, who d. 1913,
4th dau. of the late Rev. Henry Western Plumptre,
Rectorof Eastwood, Nottinghamshire; 6. 1867 ; m. 1900
Cecilia Constance, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Sir Algernon
Coote, 11th Bart., and has, with other issue, a son,
* John Huntingdon, ft. 1910. Mr. Plumptre, who was
educated at Harrow andat Hertford Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1890), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1895,
was formerly Capt. 1st Vol. Batt. The Buffs, and is a
Magistrate for Kent, and Patron of 2 Uvings.—
Fredville Park, near Dover ; National Club, s.w.

PLUNKET, Lord (William Lee Pldnket,
G.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., K.B.E.).— Cr. 1827.

Elder son of the Most Rev. William Conyngham, 4th
Lord, Archbishop of Dublin, by Anne, who d. 1889,
only dau. of Sir Benjamin Lee Gruinness, 1st Bart. ;
ft. 1864; s. 1897; ot. 1894 Lady Victoria Alexandrina,
youngest dau. of Frederick Temple, 1st Marquis of
Dufferin and Ava. Lord Plunket, who was edu-
cated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A.
1889), was formerly Attache at Rome and at Con-
stantinople, Private Secretary to Earl Cadogan and
to the Earl of Dudley, successive Lords Lieut, of
Ireland, and Governor and Commander-in-Chief
of the Dominion of New Zealand 1904-10; is a
J.P. and D.L. for co. Dublin, a J.P. for co. Wicklow,
and a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem. — Old Connaught House, Bray, co. Wicklow;
Carlton Club, s.w. ; Kildarc Street Club, Dublin ; R. St.
George Yacht Club, Kingstown ; 6, Ormonde Gate,
Chelsea, s.w.

Heir, his son Terence Oonyngham, Lieut. RiQe Brigade ;

educated at Wellington OoU. and at the K. Mil. Coll.,

Sandhurst; b. 1899.

PLUNKET. SseRathmore.

PLUNKETT, the Hon. Lady.

May Tevis, dau. of Charles Wain Morgan, Esq., of
Philadelphia, U.S.A.; m. 1870 the Right Hon. Sir
Francis Richard Pluukett (youngest son of Arthur
James, 9th Earl of Fingall), who was Envoy Extra-
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary in Japan
1883-8. to the King of Sweden and Norway 1888-93,
and at Brussels 1893-1900, and Ambassador at Vienna
1900-5, who had the Grand Cross of the Imperial
Austrian Order of Leopold, and who was cr. K.C.M.G.
1886, G.C.M.G. 1894, G.C.B. 1901, G.C.V.O. 1905
and d. 1907.

PLUNKETT, the Right Hon. Sir Horace
CuKzoN, K.C.V.O., F.R.S.— Cr. 1903.

Third son of Edward, 16th Lord Dunsany, who d.
1889, by the Hon. Ann Constance, whorf. 1858, younger
dau. of John, 2nd Lord Sherborne; 6. 1854. Edu-
cated at Eton and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1878, Hon. Fellow 1909, Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 1906,
Hon. LL.D. Dublin 1908, M.A. Oxford 1910) ; is
a J.P. for CO. Meath, a D.L. for Radnorshire and for
CO. Dublin, and President of the Irish Agricultural
Organization Society ; was formerly a Member of the
Congested Dists. Board, Ireland, M.P. for Dublin
Co., S. Div., 1892-1900, First Vice-President of the
Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction




in Ireland 1900-7, and Chairman of tho Irish Con- 1 PQCHIN, GeoeGE WilliAM, Esq., of Barkbv
vention nn-U.-Kilteragh, Foxrocic, co_. DxMinA h„ii ' „h VArr....M^.r.r.^. will T,„,-„„„.„7

Athensum Club, s.w.
105, Mount Street, ■

Kildarc Street Club, Dublin:

PLUNKETT, Thomas Ldke, Esq., of Port-
marnock, and Carrick Hill, co. Dublin.
KIdest son of the hite John William Plunkett, Esq.,
J.P., of Portmarnock, by Caroline Jane, ■vh.od. 1896,
dau. of the late Lawrence Esmond White, Esq., J.P., of
Scharna, co. Wexford ; b. 1850 ; m. 1876 Elizabeth,
dau. of Francis Chadwick, Esq., of The Glen,
Drogheda, and has 2 dans. Mr. Plunkett, who was
educated at Beaumont Coll. and at Trinity Coll.,
Dublin, and called to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin,
1876, was formerly Lieut. Dublin Artillery Militia and
is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Dublin (High Sheriff 1897).
— Portmarnock House, near Baldoyle, co. Dublin ;
Stephens Green, and Hibernian United Service Clubs,

PLUNKETT. See Dunsany, Fingall, and Louth.

Hal], and Edmondtliorpe Hall, Leicester-

Eldest son of William Ann Pochin, Esq., of Ednioud-
thOrpeHall, whorf. 1901, by Agnos Eliza, who d. 1882,
only dau. of the late William Ashby Ashby, Esq., of
Quenby Hall, Leicestershire; b. 1843; ;«. 1st 1870
Mary Ann, who d. 1896, dau. of Robert Decy Barry,
Esq. ; 2ndly 1898 Mildred, 3rd dau. of John Nickis-
son, Esq., and has, with other issue, a son, * Victor
Robert, a Magistrate for Leicestershire and temp.
Lieut. Reserve Regt. of Household Car., previously
Lieut. Leicestershire Yeo. ; called to the Bar at
Lincoln's Inn 1907 ; educated at Wellington and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1901, M.A. 1906);
b. 1879. Mr. Pochin, who was educated at Eton,
and was formerly in The Buffs, is a J.P. and D.L.
for Leicestershire (High Sheriff 1904), and a J.P. for
Parts of Kesteven, Lincolnshire. — Barkbij Hall,
Leicester; Naval and Military Club, w.

POCHIN, of Bodnanfc

See AberconwiJi/, Lord.

Hall, Denbighshire.

POCKLINGTON, of Chelsworth, Suffolk.
See Chcnemx-Trcnch.

the Hon. Reginald Atlmrr Ranfurlt,
D.S.O., of Charborough Park, Dorset-

Second son of John William, 17th Lord Dunsany, who

d. 1899, by Ernie Elizabeth Louisa Maria Grosvenor, POCKLINGTON-SENHOUSE. See Senhousc.
who assumed the surname of Plnnkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax

by royallicense 1905 and d. 1916 only child of the pQCOCK, Sir Chaeles Guy COVENTRY, Bart
late Col. Francis Augustus Plunkett Burton, Cold- » tt ' . -n„^;,„™ n„ 1 001

stream Guards, and granddau. of the late John S. -' °f Hart, Durham.— Cr. 1821 .

Wanley Sawbridge-Erle-Drax. Esq., of Holnest Park,
Dorsetshire, and of Olantigh Towers, Kent ; b. 1880 ;
s. his mother and assumed the surname of Plunkett-
Ernle-Erle-Drax by royal license 1916; in. 1916
Kathleen, only dau. of Quintin Chalmers, Esq., M.D.,
J.P., of London, and has a dau., Kathleen Mary.
Capt. Plunkett-Emle-Erle-Drax is Capt. R.N. and
Patron of 2 livings; has the Russian Order of St. POCOCK, Lady

Only son of Capt. Alfred George Drake Pocock, late
22nd Regt. (youngest son of the 2nd Bart.), who d.
1879, by his 1st wife Mary (whom he div. 1866), dau.
of the late Charles Culverhouse, Esq. ; *. 1863 ; s. his
uncle Col. Sir George Francis Coventry Pocock, 3rd
Bart., late 30th Regt., 1915.

Itanislas, 2nd Class, -with Swords. — Charborough Park,
Wareham, Dorsetshire; United Service, and Wellington
Clubs, s.w. ,

Mary, dau. of Henry Wheeler, Esq. ; m. 1st 18 —
T. Baldwin, Esq., who d. 1— ; 2ndly 1913, as his 2nd
wife, Col. Sir George Francis Coventry Pocock, 3rd
Bart., late 30th Regt., who d.s.p.m. 19\o.— Balquholly,
Eatcliffe Avenue, Byde, Isle of Wight.

POCOCK, Sir Sidney Job, Knt.— Cr. 1912.

Eighth son of Abraham Pocock, Esq., of Stanford Park,
Berkshire, who d. 1879, by Lydia, whor/. 1891, dau. of
the late Job Keevil, Esq., of N. Bradley, Wiltshire ;
b. 1855; m. 1891 Annie, who d. 1900, dau. of the late
Samuel Cozens, Esq., of Brockley. Sir Sidney Pocoek,
who was educated at Hill House, Faringdon, Berkshire,
is a J.P. for Middlesex, and a Member of the Gen.
Committee of the Dairy Institute in connection with
Univ. Coll., Reading. — Brookleigh, Esher, Surrey ;
National Liberal Club, s.w. ; 120, Victoria Street, s.w.

PLYMOUTH, Earl of (Robert Geoege
Windsoe-Clive, G.B.E., C.B., P.C.).— Cr.

Only son of the Hon. Robert Windsor-Clive, M.P., of
Oakly Park, Shropshire, who d. 1859 (by Lady Mary
Selina Louisa, who d. 1889, youngest dau. of George,
2nd Earl of Bradford), and grandson of Harriet, 13th
Baroness Wind.sor; b. 1857 ; s. as 14th Lord Windsor
1869 ; m. 1883 Alberta Victoria Sarah Caroline, a Lady
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, only
dau. of the late Right Hon. Sir Augustus Berkeley
Paget, G.C.B. The Earl of Plymouth, who was edu-
cated at Eton and at St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
1878, M.A. 1891), is Lord Lieut, of Glamorganshire, a

J.P. and D.L. for Shropshire and for Worcestershire ; PODE, JoHN DlTKE, Esq., of Slade, Devon.
Patronof lOlivings.Lieut.-Col.andHon.Col.lateComm. ^ " - - —

Worcestershire Imp. Yeo. ; Hon. Col. Glamorganshire
Yeo., 3rd Batt. Welsh Regt., Glamorganshire R.G.A.,
Territorial Force, and 8th Batt. Worcestershire Regt.,
a Knight of Justice and Sub-Prior of the Order of
St. John of Jerusalem ; was Paymaster-Gen. 1891-2 ;
Mayor of Cardiff 189.5-6; First Commissioner of
Works 1902-5, and President of the Univ. Coll. of
S.Wales and Monmouthshire 1 906-1 1. — Heuell Grange,
Eedditch ; Oakly Park, Bromfield, Shropshire ; St.
Fagan's Castle, Cardiff; Travellers', and Carlton
Clubs, s.w.

ifeir. hiB son Ivor Miles, Viscount Wrndsor, Capt. Worcester-
shin! Teo. ; wa3 a Member of the London 0.0. 1913-19 ;
educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
1910); 6.1889.

Eldest son of Thomas Julian Pode, Esq., of
ton Earl, who rf. 1857, by Anne Duke, youngest dau.
of the late Rev. Duke Yonge, Vicar of Cornwood,
Devon; b. 1832; .«. his uncle 1864 ; m. 1860 Augusta
Boevey, who d. 1900, youngest dau. of the late Rev.
Charles Crawley, Hon. Canon of Gloucester, and
has, with other issue, a son, * Cyril Augustin, edu-
cated at Worcester Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1893, M.A.
1894) ; b. 1866 ; m. 1897 Constance Hannah,
youngest dau. of the late John Bather, Esq., and has 2
daus Mr. Pode, who was educated at AVinchester, at
Exeter Coll., and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1855, M.A.
1857), of which he was formerly a Fellow, and called
to the Bar at the Inner Temp'le 1858, is a J.P. for
Oeyon.— Slade, Ivybridge, Devon.





POE, Lieut.-Col. Sir (William) Hutcheson,
Bart., C.B.— Cr. 1912.

Third son of William Thomas Pee, Esq., Barrister-at-
Law, of Curraghmore, co. Tipperary, who d. 1892, by
his 1st wife Mary Ellen, who d. 1851, dau. of the late
George Leslie, Esq., of Don.ighadee, co. Down ; b. 1848 ;
m. 1886 Mary Adelaide, of Heywood, Queen's Co., and
of Slagbtfreedan Lodge, co. Tyrone {whmn see), only
surviving dau. of Sir William Compton Domvile, 3rd
Bart., of Heynood, and of Santry Court, co. Dublin. Sir
Hutcheson Poe, who was educated at the E. Naval
Academy, Gosport, is a J.P. and D.L. for Queen's
Co. (High Sheriff of Queen's Co. 1891 and of co. Tyrone
1893), Lieut.-Col. ret. late R.M.L.I., and a Governor
of the National Gallery of Ireland ; was a Member of
the Naval Intelligence Department, Admiralty, 1886-8,
of the Dublin Conference for Settlement of the
Irish Land Question 1902 and of the Irish Railways
Vice-Kegal Commission 1906-10.— Residences : Hey-
wood, BallinaUU, Queen's Co. ; Slaghtfreedan Lodge,
near CooMown, co. Tyrone ; Naval and Military, and
Bath Clubs, w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin.

5 Compton


FOB, Mart Adelaide, Lady, of Heywood,
Queen's Co, ; and of Slaghtfreedan Lodge,
CO. Tyrone.

Only surviving dau. of Sir William Comptou Domvile,
Srd Bart., of Santry Court, co. Dublin, and of Heywood,
who d. 1884, by Caroline, who d. 1890, 6th dau. of
the late Gen. the Hon. Robert Meade; m. 1886 Lieut.-
Col. Sir (William) Hutcheson Poe, 1st Bart., C.B.
(whom see). Lady Poe s. her aunt, Madame de Bille,
1888, and her mother in 1890. — Heywood, Ballinakill,
Queen's Co. ; Slaghtfreedan Lodge, near Cookstowti, co.

POE, Adm. Sir Edmund Samuel, G.C.V.O.
K.C.B.— Or. K.C.V.O. 1906, K.C.B. 1908
G.O.V.O. 1912.

Youngest son of William Thomas Poe, Esq., Barrister
at-Law, of Curraghmore, co. Tipperary, who d. 1892
by his 1st wife Mary Ellen, who d. 1851, dau. of the
late George Leslie, Esq., of Donaghadee, co. Down; b.
1849 ; m. 1877 Frances Catherine, eldest dau. of the
late Gen. Sir Justin Shell, K.C.B., Minister at Teheran.
Sir Edmund Poe, who was educated at the R. Naval
Academy, Gosport, is an Adm. ret., a Magistrate for
Queen's Co., and a Grand Officer of the Legion of
Hono\ir, has the Grand Cordons of the Orders of the
Osmanieh, and the Rising Sun, with Paulownia
Flower, of Japan, and was Naval Adviser to the
Inspector-Gen. of Fortifications 1889-90, Commodore
of the Training Squadron 1897-1900, 2nd in com-
mand of the Home Fleet 1903-4, in command of the
First Cruiser Squadron 1904-5, a Naval A.D.C. to
H.M. Queen Victoria 1899-1901, and to H.M. King
Edward VII. in 1901, Commander-in-Chief ou the
East Indies Station 1905-7, on the Cape of Good
Hope Station 1907-8, and on the Mediterranean Sta-
tion 1910-12, First and Principal Naval A.D.C.
to H.M. King George V. 1912-14, Assistant Inspector
of Steel 1916-16 and a Member of the Imperial War
Graves Commission 1917 ; has served on the Executive
Committee of the Officers' Families Fund since 1916.
— Black Hill, Abbeyleix, Queen's Co. ; United Service
Club, s.w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin; B. Naval
Club, Portsmouth.

POE, Capt. George Leslie, of Curraglimore,

CO. Tipperary.

Eldest surviving son of William Thomas Poe, Esq., of

Curraghmore, who d, 1892, by his Ist wife Mary Ellen,

1090 '

who d. 1851, dau. of the late George Leslie, Esq., of
Donaghadee, co. Down ; b. 1846; m. 1877 Mary, dau.
of the late Edward Charley, Esq., of Conway House,
CO. Antrim, and has, with other issue, an only sur-
viving son, * Leonard Hutcheson, b. 1888; m. 1919
Kathleen Gladj's, younger dau. of W. E. Grogan, Esq.,
of Moyle, Carlow. Capt. Poe is Capt. ret. B.N., and
a J.P. and D.L. for co. Dublin. — Junior United Service
Club, S.W.; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. Residence:
Santry Court, co. Dublin.

POE, James Hill, Esq., of Riverston, co.
Eldest son of James Jocelyn Poe, Esq., of Riverston,
and Derrinvohill, co. Tipperary, who d. 1895, by Jane
Lovett, who d. 1870, eldest dau. of the late John
Bennett, Esq.; b. 1845; m. 1875 Elinor Mary' Anne,
2nd dau. of the late Richard Warburton, Esq., D.L., of
Garryhinch, King's Co., and has, with other issue, an
only son, *John Hugh Lovett, D.S.O.,

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