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Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. John Edward Harryman '
Pryce, 2nd (Queen's) Regt., of Trelydan Hall, Mont- ;
gomeryshire, who d. 1866 (by his 1st wife Eliza, who
d. 1851, dau. of the Lite Francis Burton, Esq., 12th Lan- 1
cors), and nephewof the late Kev. Richard Henry Mostyn j
Pryce, of Gunley, whose widow he s. 1886; b. 1851 ;
m. 1877 Henrietta Mary, youngest dau. of the late
Charles William Beauclerk, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Winchfield House, Hampshire, and has had, with 3
dans., an only son, Hugh Beauclerk Mostyn, Capt. Rifle
Brigade ; 6. 1881, and d. of wounds received in action
1915. Mr. Pryce, who was educated at Balliol Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877), is a J.P. for Shropshire
and for Montgomeryshire (was on the roll for High
Sheriff for 1912).— Gunley Hall, Chirbury, Shropshire;
Conservative Club, s.w.

PRYCE, Lieat.-Col. Douglas Davidson, ol
Penn's Rocks, Sussex. [

Fourth son of John Pryce, Esq., J. P., of Penn's |
Rocks, who d. 1870, by Dora Isabella, who d. 1898,
3rd dau. of the late Major-Gen. Alexander Beatson, of
Knowle, Sussex, Governor of St. Helena lS08-13;i
b. 1848 ; s. his brother Alexander Thomas Albert |
Pryce, Esq., J.P., 1916; m. 1873 Georgiet Hunter,
youngest dau. of the late Major Henry Carter,
H.E.I.C.S., and has, with other issue, a son, *Henry

Edward ap Rhys, C.M.G., D.S.O., Lieut.-Col. and
Brevet Col. 18th Infantry, Indian Army; commanded
a Brigade, with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen.,
1917-18; has the Belgian Croix de Guerre ; b. 1874.
Lieut.-Col. Pryce, who was educated at Jersey and at
the R, Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is Lieut.-Col. u.s.l. Indian
Army. — Penn's Rocks, Withyham, near Tunbridge Wells.

PRYCE-JONES, Col. Sir Edward, Bart.,
formerly of Newtown Hall, Montgomery-
shire.— Cr. 1918.
Eldest son of Sir Pryce Pryce-Jones, M.P., of Dolerw,
Montgomeryshire, by Eleanor, who d. 1914, dau. of the
late Edward Rowley Morris, Esq., of Newtown ; h.
1861 ; OT. 1886 Beatrice, 2nd dau. of the late Herbert
Hardie, Esq., of Orford House, Cheshire. Sir Edward
Pryce-Jones, who was educated at Jesus Coll., Cam-
bridge (B.A. 1889, M.A. 1893), and called to the Bar at
the Inner Temple 1892, w:is Deputy Junior Chancellor
of the Univ. of Wales 1911-13, and Hon. Secretary and
Treasurer of the International Group of Parliamentary
Committees 1917-18, and is a J.P., D.L. and C.C. for
Montgomeryshire, Hon. Treasurer of the International
Parliamentary Union, Capt. and Hon. Major late
Montgomeryshire Yeo. Cav., and Hon. Cul. 7th Batt.
R. Welsh Fusiliers, T.D., previously Lieut.-Col. and
Hon. Col. Comm. 5th Vol. Batt. S. Wales Borderers,
which he raised ; sat as M.P. for the Montgomery Dist.
1895-1906, and Dec. \9\a-\%i%.—Milford Hall, New-
town, Montgomeryshire ; Carlton Club, s.w.; Constitu-
tional C'lub,yr.c.; Phyllis Court Club, Henley-on-Thames.

Heir, his son Pryce Victor, Oapt. Welsh Horse Yeo. : was
formerly attached to 38th King George's Own Central
India Horse, iTidian Army, and to Cheshire Yeo. : previously
Oapt. 7tb Batt. R. Welsh Fusiliers ; educated at Eton and
at Jesus Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1887.

PRYCE-JONES, Sir Pryce, Knt, of Dolerw,
Montgomeryshire. — Cr. 1887.
Second son of the late William Jones, Esq., of New-
town ; 4. 1834 ; m. 1859 Eleanor, who d. 1914, dau. of
the late Edward Rowley Morris, Esq., of Newtown Hall,
Montgomeryshire, and has, with other issue, a son,
*Sir Edward, 1st Bart, (whom see). Sir Pryce Pryce-
Jones, who is a J.P. for Montgomeryshire (High Sheriff
1891), was M.P. for the Montgomery District 188.5-6,
and lii92~5.—Bolerw, Newtown, North Wales; Carlton,
and St. Stephen's Clubs, s.w.

PRYME. See Be la Prymc.

PRYOR, Arthur Vickris, Esq., of Egerton
Lodge, Leicestershire ; and formerly of
Hylands, Essex.
Eldest son of Arthur Pryor, Esq., of Hylands, who d.
1904, by Elizabeth Sophia, who d. 1898, eldest dau.
of the late Tomkvns Dew, Esq., of Whitney Court,
Herefordshire; A."l846; m. 1886 Elizabeth Charlotte
Louisa, who t?. 1919, eldest dau. of William, 2nd Earl of
Craven, and widow of Arthur Edward Holland Grey, 3rd
Earl of Wilton. Mr. Pryor, who was educated at Eton
and at Ch.Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1867), is a J.P. and D.L.
for Leicestershire (was on the roll for High Sheriff for
1900). — Egerton Lodge, Melton Mowbray ; Carlton, and
Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; Turf, and St. Ja?nes's Clubs, w.

PRYOR, Marlborough Robert, Esq., of Weston
Park, Hertfordshire.
Eldest son of Robert Pryor, Esq., of High Elms, Herts,
who d. 1889, by Elizabeth Caroline, who d. 1906, dau.
of the late Wyrley Birch, Esq., of Wretham Hall, Nor-
folk; b. 1848; m. 1875 Catherine Alice Hammond,
who d. 1901, elder dau. of William Hammond Solly,




Esq., of Serge Hill, Herts, and has, with other issue
an only son, •Walter Marlborough, D.S.O., with Bar
(of Lannock Manor, Sterenage), a J.P. for Herts, Capt.
and Brevet Major Ist Batt. Hertfordshire Regt. and
Acting Lieut.-Col. Comm. 1 6th Batt. R. Warwickshire
Regt.; educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cam
bridge (B.A. 1901, M.A. 190-5); b. 1880; m. 1910
Ethne Philippa, M.B.E., only dau. of Norman
Moore, Esq., M.D., and has, with other issue, a son,
♦John Marlborough, A. 1911. Mr. Pryor, who was
educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge,
of which he was a Fellow (B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873):
is a J.P. and D.L. for Herts.— fTe.'^on Park, Stevenage ;
Athenaum, and Brooks's Clubs, s.w. ; 62, Great Cumber-
land Place, w.

PRYOR, of Walkern Hall. See Browne.

PRYSE, Sir Lewes Thomas Loveden, Bart.,
of Gogerddau, Cardiganshire. Cr. 1866.
Third son of Sir Prjse Pryse, 1st Bart., who d. 1906
by Louisa Joan, youngest dau. of the late Capt, John
Lewes, of Llanlear, Cardiganshire; b. 1864; «. his
brother Major Sir Edward John Webley-Parry-Pryse,
2nd Bart., 1918; m. 1894 Florence Madeline, dau. of
Col. Frederick Howell, formerly of Trewellwell, Pem-
brokeshire. Sir Lewes Pryse, who was educated at
Winchester and at Oxford, is Patron of 1 living.—
Gogerddan, Aberi/stwith ; Badminton Club, w. ; Arthur's,
and Ranelagh Clubs, s.w. ; 13, Sussex Mansions, Sussex
Place, w.

Heir, his iOn John Pryee Howell Loveden, late Lieut,
QlamorgaDshire Yeo. ; educated at Cbeltenham : b. 1897 :
m. 1918 Gwen, dau. of the late H. Waiters Horne, Esq., of
Eastl jigh House, Wimbledon, and widow of Major Holland,


Bwlchbjcliati, (Cardiganshire. See

PRYSE. See Webley-Parry-Pryse.
PRYSE-RICE. See Vaugban Pryse-Bice.
PUDSEY. See Aston-Pudsey.

PUGH, Mrs., of Ryhall Hall, Rutland.

Maria Middleton. dau. of Col. Norman Chester Mac-
leod, formerly R.E. ; m. 1879 Maurice Robert Pugh,
Esq., of Bronclydwr, Merionethshire, a J.P. for
Merionethshire, who d. 1900, leaving a dau., Janet
Mary; m. 1912 Lieut.-Col. Moreland Stanhope Eyre,
D.S.O., ret., late U.G.A.—Bi/haU Hall, Stamford.

PUGH, of Abermaed, Cardiganshire. See Evans.


Anne Margaret, dau. of the late David Bannerman,
Esq. ; m. 1882 as 2nd wife the Rev. Sir Theophilus
Gresley Henry Puleston, 4th and last Bart. (cr. 1813),
who d.s.p. 1896. — Strathavon, Holland Road, Hove,

PULESTON, Cbawshat Wellington, Esq., of
Emral Park, Flintshire.

Second and eldest surviving son of Henry Bailey, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of Coates, Gloucestershire, who d. 1889,
by his 1st wife Mary Louisa, who d. 1865, youngest
dau. of Sir Richard Puleston, 2nd Bart, {ext.), of Emral
Park; b. 1853; «. the widow of Sir Richard Price
Puleston, 3rd Bart, (ex/.), 1911; m. 1891 Edith E.,
dau. of the late Rev. Thomas Bacon. Mr. Puleston,
who assumed his present surname in lieu of Bailey by
royal license 1904, is a Magistrate for Flintshire and

Patron of 2 livings. — Residence : Great Martins,
Waltham-St.-Lawrence, near Maidenhead; Wi^idham
Club, s.w.

PULLEINE, of Clifton Castle, and Crake Hall.

See Cornell.

PULLER, Christophee Bernaed, Esq., of
Youngsbury, Hertfordshire.

Eldest son of Charles Giles-Puller, Esq., of Youngs-
bury, who d. 1892, by Emmeline Maria, dau. of Wil-
liam Longman, Esq., of Paternoster Row; b. 1876,
^Youngsbury, near Ware.

PULLEY, Chaeles Thoenton, Esq., of Lower
Eaton, Herefordshire.
Only son of Charles Oldaker Pulley, Esq., of Graves-
end, Kent, who d. 1873, by Emma, who d. 1882, dau.
of the late Michael Thornton, Esq., of Mallow, co. Cork ;
b. 1864; m. 1906 Irva Keenan, dau. of Peter M.
Keenan, Esq., and widow of Charles J. Hopkins, Esq.,
of Washington, U.S.A. Mr. Pulley, who was educated
at King's Coll. School and at King's Coll., London,
and s. to the estate of his uncle. Sir Jo.seph Pulley,
1st and only Bart., 1901, is a J.P. and D.L. for Here-
fordshire (High Sheriff 1912), and a Member of the
London Stock Exchange ; sat as M.P. for the Ross Div.
of Herefordshire May-Dec. 1918, and has sat for the
Hereford Div. since Dec 1918. — Lower Eaton, Here-
ford; Devonshire, and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w.;
20, Park Lane, w.

PULTENEY, Lieut. - Gen. Sir William
Pdlteney, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O.,
D.S.O.— Cr. K.C.B. 1915, K.C.M.G. 1917,
K.C.V.O. 1918.

Youngest son of the Rev. Richard Thomas Pulteney
Pulteney, Rector of Ashley, Market Harborough, who
d. 1874, by Emma, who d. 1884, 3rd dau. of the late
Maximilian Dudley Digges Dalison, Esq., of Hamptons,
Kent; b. 1861; m. 1916 Jessie Alexandra, 4th
dau. of Sir John Arnott, 1st Bart., M.P., and Lady
Fitz-Gerald.Arnott. Sir William Pulteney, who was
educated at Eton, is a Lieut.-Gen. late Scots Guards,
and a Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour and of
the Order of the Crown of Belgium ; has the Japanese
Order of the Rising Sun, 1st Class, and the Belgian
Croix de Guerre ; was in Civil Employment in Uganda
1895-9, Vice-Consul for the Congo Free State 1899, in
command of the 16th Infantry Brigade 1908-9, of the
6th Div., Irish Command, 1910-14, and of the 3rd
Army Corps, B.E.F., 1914-17.— Guards' Club, s.w.;
3, Lower Berkeley Street, w.

PURCELL, Sir John Samuel, K.C.B.— Or.

Son of the late Dr. John Francis Purcell, of Carrick-on-
Suir, a Commissioner of Irish Poor Laws, by Marianne,
dau. of the late Samuel Poyntz Smith, Esq., of Water-
ford ; h. 1839; m. 1868 Alice Fanny, youngest dau. of
the late Capt. Leighton Kennett. Sir John Purcell, who
was Controller of Stamps, and Registrarof Joint Stock
Cos. 1883-99, and formerly Major London Irish Vol.
Corps, is Chairman of the National Bank, Ltd., and
a Director of the Norwich Union Life Insurance Society,
and of the Industrial and Gen. Trust. — Constitutional
Club, w.c. ; Glebe Lodge, Blaekheath, s.e.

PURCELL, the Hon. Sir Gilbert Kenelm
Treffrt, Knt.— Cr. 191G.

Eldest son of the Rev. Handfield Noel Purcell, M.A.
(Oxford), J.P.(Corn wall), Vicar of Fowey, Cornwall, and
Canon of Truro, by Annie EUen, eldest dau. of the late




Ixev. Edward John Trefiry, D.C.L. (Oxford), J.P. (Corn-
wall), of Place, Fowey, Cornwall; h. 1867; m. 1904
Gertrude Rosellen, eldest dau. of the late Dashwood
Watts Ricketts, Esq., of Leamington. Sir Gilbert Pur-
cell, who wag educated at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1888, M.A. 1892), and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn
1890, was Assistant Attorney-Gen. of the Leeward j
Islands 1898-1901 (Acting Attorney-Gen. 1900), some- ;
time M.E.C.andM.L.C.ofthePresidency of St. Christ- !
opher and Nevis, and a Puisne Judge of the Supreme j
Court of the Gold Coast 1901-11; appointed Chief j
Justice of Sierre Leone 1911. — Chief Justice s Bungalow, j
Hill Station, Freetown, Sierre Leone ; St. James's Club,
w. ; St. Stephen's Club, s.w. ; R. Fowei/ Yacht Club, '
Fowey ; Solent Yacht Club, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.

and D.L., 1912. Major Purdon is Major ret., late
R. Inniskilling Fusiliers, and was High Sheriff of co.
Cavan \91i.~CloverhUl, Bdturbet, co. Cavan.

PURDON-COOTE, Chaeles Robert, Esq., of
Ballvclough, CO. Cork.
Only son of Charles Purdon-Coote, Esq., of Bally-
clough Castle, who d. 1893, by Harriette Louisa, 4th
dau. of the late Robert Perceval-Maxwell, Esq., of
Groomsport House and Finnebrogue, co. Down ; b.
1875; is temp. Major Divisional Army Service Corps,
36th Divisional TrAm.—Balli/clough Castle, atid Bear,
forest. Mallow.

PURCELL, Capt. Raymond John Hugo, of
Burton Park, co. Cork.
Only surviving son of Mathew John Purcell, Esq.,
J. P., of Burton Park, who d. 1904, by Anne Marie
Antoinette, youngest dau. of the late Peter Paul Daly,
Esq., of Daly's Grove, co. Galway ; b. 1885. Capt.
Purcell, who was educated at Beaumont and at
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1907, M.A. 1911), and was
formerly in the K. Cork Militia, is a Magistrate for co.
Cork, and Capt. King's R. Rifle Corps.— burton Park,
Buttevant, co. Cork ; Junior United Service Club, s.w.

PURCELL, William Wills, Esq., of Dromore,
CO. Cork.

Younger son of Peirce Purcell, Esq., J.P., of Dromore,
who d. 1896, by Alicia Ellen, who d. 1909, 2nd dau. of
the lare Richard Wills Gason, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Richmond, co. Tipperary ; b. 1860 ; s. his brother James
Charles Henry Purcell, Esq., 1906; m. 1902 Eralina
Gertrude, dau. of Thomas Nelson Foster, Esq., J.P.,
of Alt Dinas, Cheltenham, and has, with other issue, a
son, * Peirce Wills, b. 1906. Mr. Purcell was educated t
at The Abbey, Tipperary, and at Trinity Coll.,
Dublin (B.A. 1S82).— Dromore, Mallow, co. Cork. 1

PURCELL. See Gilpin.

The Island, co. Waterford.
Only surviving son of Maurice Noel Ryder Purcell-
Fitz-Gerald, Esq., of Boulge Hall, Suffolk, who d.
1877, by Ann, dau. of the late James Laurie, Esq., of
Worcester; b. 1865; s. his uncle Gerald Charles
Purcell-Fitz-Gerald, Esq., J.P., 1879; m. 1st 1892 1
Alice, who d.s.p. 1898, dau. of the late Very Rev.
Anthony La Tuuche Kirwan, D.D., Dean of Limerick;
2ndly 1899 (marriage dissolved 1907) Eliza Elma, '
dau. of the late Mr. John Niccolls, of Union Town,
Pcnn.sylvania, U.S.A.; 3rdly 1907 Mabel Marie,
youngest dau. of the late George Hatfield Gossip, Esq.,
of Hatfield, Yorkshire, and has, with other issue, a son,
*John, b. 1899. Mr. Purcell-Fitz-Gerald, who was
educated at Harrow and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge,
was formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. Leicestershire Regt.—
The Island, Waterford ; Boodle's, and Windham Clubs,
s.w. ; Kildare Street Club. Dublin.

PURCELL-WILLIAMS, of Penti-e Mawr.

See Eight/.

PURDON, Major John James, of Cloverhill,
CO. Cavan.

Third son ot George Nugent Purdon, Esq., J.P., of
Lisnabin, co. Westmeath, who d. 1910, by Elizabeth
Anne, who d. 1864, eldest dau. of the late Samuel
Winter, Esq., of Agher, co. Meath ; b. 1855; s. his
nncle Samuel Sanderson (formerly Winter), Esq., J.P.

PURDON-WINTER, Col. Edward Winter, of
Lisnabin, co. Westmeath ; and of Agher,
CO. Meath.
Eldest son of George Nugent Purdon, Esq., J.P., of
Lisnabin, who d. 1910, by Elizabeth Anne, who d.
1864, eldest dau. of the late Samuel Winter, Esq., of
Agher; 6. 1853; «. his maternal uncle James Sander-
eon Winter, Esq., J.P. and D.L., at Agher 1911, and
assumed the additional surname of Winter by royal
license 1912 ; m. 1893 Cecilia Albuera Frances, younger
dau. of the late Charles Edward Radclyff'e, Esq., of Little
Park, Hampshire, and has, with other issue, a son,
♦ Charles Edward (Winter), M.C., Capt. Rifle Brigade ;
educated at Winchester and at the R. Mil. CoU.,
Sandhurst; b. 1894. Col. Purdon-Winter, who was
educated at Repton and at St. John's Coll. Cambridge,
is a Magistrate for co. Meath (High Sheriff of co.
Westmeath 1916), and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. ret.,
late Comm. 6th Batt. Rifle Brigade. — Lisnabin Castle,
Killucan, co. Westmeath; Agher, Enfield, co. Meath;
Kildare Street Club, Dublin.

PUREPOY, Vice-Adm. Richard Phrefot,
C.B.E., M.V.O., of Shalstone, Bucking-
Eldest son of Richard Purefoy Fitz Gerald, Esq., of
North Hall, Preston Candover, Hants, who d. 1895, by
Henrietta Mary, who d. 1895, only dau. of the late
Rev. Anthony Chester, of Chicheley Hall, Buckingham-
shire; b. 1862; m. 1895 Mary Lillias, eldest dau. of the
late Rev. Francis Gordon Sandys-Lumsdaine, of Lums-
daine and Blanerne, Berwickshire, and of Innergellie,
Fife. Vice-Adm. Purefoy, who is a Vice-Adm. ret.
R.N.. a J.P. for Buckinghamshire and for Hants,
and Patron of 2 livings, assumed the surname of
Purefoy in lieu of Fitz Gerald by royal license 1900.
— Shalstone Manor, Buckingham; Army and Navy
Club, s.w.

PUREPOY. See Bagwell-Purefoy.

PURNELL.EDWARDS, Mrs., of Stancombe
Park, Gloucestershire.
Emily Anne, eldest dau. of Col. William Paston Purnell,
C.B., who d. 1869, by his 1st wife Emily, who d. 1854,
2nd dau. of the late John Agar, Esq., of Ballyhar, co.
Kerry; m. 1884 the Rev. David Edwards, M.A., late
Vicar of North Nibley, Gloucestershire, who assumed
the prefix surname of Purnell, by deed poll, on his
wife s. her aunt Miss Frances Mary Purnell 1897, and
d. 1907, and has, with other issue, a son, *John
Purnell, educated at Harrow and at Ch. Ch., Oxford
(B.A. 1908); b. 1886; m. 1913 Gwladis Ruth, youngest
dau. of the late Capt. Matthew Liddon, 8th (King's)
Regt., and has a dau., Anne Ruth. — Stancombt Park,




Bt., cr. 1665.

PURVIS, Sir Robert, Knt., LL.D.— Cr. 1905.
Third son of Joseph Purvis, Esq.. formerly of Hexham,
Northumberland ; h. 1844 ; m. 1874 Elizabeth Marion,
who d. 1913, elder dau. of the late William Henry
Peat, Esq., of Blackheath. Sir Robert Purvis, who
was educated at Marlborough and at Downing Coll.,
Cambridge (B..4. 1870, M.A. and LL.M. 1875, LL.D.
1881), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1873, was M.P. for Peterborough 189o-1906.— Ox/brfi
and Cambridge Club, s.'w.


PURVIS, Brigadier-Gen. Alexander Burridge
of Kinaldy, Fifeshire.
Eldest son of John Purvis, Esq., of Kinaldy, who
d. 1909, by Isabella Wilhelmina, who d. 1905, eldest
dau. of the late William Berry, Esq., of Tay field, Fife-
shire: b. 1854 ; m. 1894 Bertha Mary, dau. of the late
Bev. Edward Eogers Pitman, M.A., and widow of
Major William Audros Warren R.A. Brigadier-Gen.
Purvis, who was educated at Glenalmond and Marl-
brough Colls, and at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich,
is a J.P. and D.L. for Fifeshire, an Hon. Brigadier-Uen.
ret. late Col. R.A., and temp. Lieut.-Col. and Co. Com-
mandant Fifeshire Vol. Corps ; was a temp. Brigadier-
Gen. Comm. 17th Divisional Art. 1914^16.— ffinaWy,
St. Andrews, Fifeshire; Junior United Sernce Club,
s.w. ; New Club, Edinburgh.

PURVIS, Capt. Robert Walter, of Gilmerton,
Youngest son of John Purvis, Esq., of Kinaldy, Fife-
shire, who d. 1909, by Isabella Wilhelmina, who d.
1905, eldest dau. of the late William Berry, Esq., of
Tajfield, Fifeshire; A. 1869; m.l904 Henrietta Walton,
younger dau. of Sir John Gilmour, 1st Bart., of Mont-
rave, Fifeshire, and has, with other issue, a son, * John
Harry Campbell, b. 1905. Capt. Purvis, who was edu-
cated at Glenalmond, and was formerly Capt. 4th Q.O.
Hussars, and served with the 6th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in
S. Africa, is Capt. Reserve of Officers, Capt. and Hon.
Major ret., 3rd Batt. Gordon Highlanders and temp.
Major 1st Garrison Batt. Highland L.I., late Training-
Reserve, previously Uth (Service) Batt. Gordon High,
\&ude!s.~ Gilmerton, Stravithie, Fife; Xcw Club,

Henri James, Esq., of Hattonburn.
Kiuross-sliire ; and of Newton, Lanark-

Elder son of Thomas Henry Montgomery, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., of Hattonburn, who d. 1879, by the Hon.
Anna Maria, who d. 1914, 3rd dau. of the late Hon
James Drummond BuUer-FuUertou-Elpliinstone, and
sister of William, 15th Lord Elphinstone; i. 1859; s.
his uncle John Basil Hamilton Montgomery, Esq., at
Newton, 1911; m. 1882 Mary Maud, only child of
Thomas Purvis Russell, Esq., J. P., of Warroch, Kin-
ross-shire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Basil
Russell, educated at Uppingham and at Trinity Hall,
Cambridge; h. 1884; m. 1915 Millicent, dau. of J. '
W. C. Richards, Esq., of Timaru, New Zealand, and
has a dau. Mr. Purvis-Eussell-Montgomery, who was
educated at Trinity Coll., Glenalmond, and at Jesus
Coll., Cambridge, and assumed for himself and his
issue the prefix surnames of Purvis-Russell 1907, is n
J.P. and D.L. for Kinross-shire.— //o«on6HJ-M, Milna.
thort, N.B. ; Newton, Lanarkshire; Co7iservative C/ub,

PUTLAND, of Bray Head, co. Wicklow. See


-f PUTMAN, Sir Thomas, Knt.— Cr. ]918.

B. 18—; m. 18 , dau. of . Sir Thomas

Putman is Managing Director of the Darlington
Forge Co. ; Founder and Chairman of Darlington
Sailors' and Soldiers' Welfare Bureau, and a J.P. for
Darlington. — Greylands, Coniscliffe Boad.Darlinqion.

PUXLBY, Henry Waller Lavallin, Esq., of
Llacgan, Carmarthenshire ; and of Dun-
boy Castle, CO. Cork.
Elder son of Henry Edmund Lavallin Puxley, Esq.,
who d. 1900. by Jane Eliza (who m. 2ndly 1909
WiUiam Steele Haughton, Esq., M.D., of Dublin,
temp. Major R. Army Medical Corps), only dau.
of the Very Rev. John Halahan, M.A., Dean
of Ross, and Rector of Berehaven, co. Cork ;
b. 1898; s. his gr.indfather Henry Lavallin Puxley,
E.sq., J.P., 1909. Mr. Puxley, who was educated at
the R. Naval Colls, at Osborne and Dartmouth, is
Acting Sub-Lieut. R.N., and Lord of the Manor of Llan- .
gan. — Dmihoy Castle, Berehaven, co. Cork.

Iliir Pres., Ms brother John Paul Lavallin, Sub-Lifut. R.N. ;
educated at the R. Naval Colls, at Osborne and Dartmouth ;

PUXLEY, Michael Latallin, Esq., of Woolley
Park, Berkshire.
Elder son of the Rev. Herbert Lavallin Puxley, M.A.,
Rector of Westonbirt, Gloucestershire, by Dorothy
Florence Mary, eldest dau. of the late Philip Wroughton
Esq., M.P., J.P. and D.L., of Woolley Park ; b. 1909 ;
s. his uncle Major Philip Musgrave Neeld Wroughton,
J.P., Capt. and temp. Major Berks Yeo., who was killed
inaction, 1917; is Patron of 2 \W\ng!^.— Woo/le!f Park,
Wantage, Berkshire; Westonbirt Rectorg, Tetbury,

PYKE-FORTESCUB. Sec Fortcscue.

PYKE-NOTT, John Moels, Esq., of Bydowu,

Eldest son of John Nott Pyke-Nott, Esq., B.A., Lite of
Bydown, Lord of the Manor of Parracombe, Devon-
shire (who has assumed, by deed poll, the surname
of Pyke-EUis in lieu of Pyke-Nott), by Caroline
Isabella, who d. 1914, dau. of the late Frederick Ward,
Esq.; b. 1868 ; m. 1894 Dora Florence Geraldiue. 3rd
dau. of Bennet Rothes Langton, Esq., of Langton Hall,
Lincolnshire, and has, with other issue, a son, * John
Bennet Langton, Capt. 5th Batt. Gloucestershire
Regt. ; h. 1895. Mr. Pyke-Nott was educated at Eton
and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge.— Residence : The
Mill House, Dmnbleton, near Evesham.

PYM, Francis, Esq., of Hasells Hall, Bed-
Eldest son of Francis Leslie Pym, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of Hasells Hall, who d. 1860, by Mary Jemima, who d.
1898, dau. of the late Rev. Henry Palmer, of Withcote
Hall, Leicestershire ; 4.1849; m. 1891 Alice Conway,
youngest dau. of Sir George Conway Colthuist, oth
Bart., M.P., of Blarney Castle, and Ardrum House, co.




Cork. Mr. Vym is a J.P and D.L. for Bedfordshire.
(High Sheriff 1903), Lord of the Manor of Girtford,
and Patron of 1 living; late Sub-Lieut. 1st Life Guards.
— Hasdls Hall, Saiidy, Bedfordshire ; Travellers', and
Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; B. Yacht Squadron, Couies.

PYNB, Sir Thomas Salter, Knt., C.S.I.— Cr.
Son of John Pjiie, Esq., of Birmingham ; h. 1860. Was
Principal Engineer and Master of the Mint to the

late Ameer of Afghanistan 1886-9, temp. Lieut,, 8th
(SeiTice) Batt. Yorkshire L.I. 1914-16 and Staflf Capt.
Ministry of Munitions, 1916. — Badminton, Club, w.

PYNE, Herbekt Barrington, Esq., of North-
brook House, Surrey.
Only surviving son of the Rev. Edward Manners Pyne,
Hector of West-Acre, Norfolk, who d. 1901, by Sophia,
■who !i. 1910, dau. of the late John Chevallier, E.sq.,
of Aspall Hall, Suffolk; b. 1858 ; m. 1909 Constance
Maude, 2ud dau. of the late Charles Brogden Sperling,
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Dynes Hall, ^ssen.—Northbrook
House, Farnham, Surrey; R. Automobile Club, s.w.


QUAYLE, Mark Hildeslet, Esq., of Crogga,
Isle of Man.

Second son of Mark Hildesley Quayle, Esq., of Crogga,
who d. 1879, by Mary Jane Hamilton, who d. 1892,
eldest dau. of the late James Spedding, Esq., of
Summergrore, Cumberland; b. 1812. Mr. Quayle,
who was educated at King William's Coll., Isle of
Man, and at St. John's Coll.. Cambridge (B.A. 1864,
M.A. 1868), and was admitted a Solicitor 1867, jj. the
widow of his elder brother, John Quayle, Esq., 1906. —
Crogga, Port Soderic, Isle of Man

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