; Residence : Dial
House, Slough, Buckinghamshire ; JSew Universiiy Club,
s.w. ; Albemarle Club, w.
QUEBNBOROUGH, Lord (Almeric Hugh
Paget).— Cr. 1918.
Sixth son of Gen. Lord Alfred Henry Paget, C.B., who
d. 1888, by Cecilia, who A 1914, 2nd dau. of the late
George Thomas Wjndham, Esq., of Cromer Hall, Nor-
folk; *. 1861 ; m. 1896 Pauline Payne, who d. 1916,
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dau.ufthelateHon. William Collins Whitney, formerly
^Secretary to the Navy, U.S.A., and has 2 daus. Lord
Queenborough, who was educated at Harrow, is £
Magistrate for Suffolk (High Sheriff 1909), an Hon
Fellow of C.C.C, Cambridge (elected 1919), President
of the E. Provinciiil Div. of the National Unionist
Association, Parliamentary Whip for the Eastern and
Homo COS. and a Knight of Grace of the Order ot St.
John of Jerusalem, and was M.P. for Cambridge
Jan. 1910-1917. — Panshanqer, Hertford; Curlton
Club, s.w. ; Turf, and R. _ Thames Yacht Clubs, w. ;
Garrick Club, w.c. ; R. Yacht Squadron, Cowes ; 39,
Berkeley Square, w.
QUEENSBERRY, Marquis of (Percy Sholto
Douglas).— Cr. 1G81-2.
Eldest surviving son of John Sholto, 8th Marquis, by
Sibyl, younger dau. of the late Alfred Montgomery,
Esq. ; b. 1868 ; s. 1900 ; m. 1st 1893 Anna Maria, who
d. 1917, younger dau. of the late Rev. Thomas Walters,
Vicar of Boyton, Cornwall ; 2ndly 1918 Mary Loui-e,
dau. of the late Richard Bickel, Esq., of Cardiff, and
widow of Ernest Morgan, Esq. The Marquis of
Queensberry was formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. K.O.
Scottish Borderers and previously Midshipman R.N.
Eegent's Park, and has a dau., Patricia Sjbil.
QUICK, Sir John, Knt.— Cr. 1901,
Son of the late John Quick, of Trevessa, Cornwall, by
Mary, dau. of the late James Quick, of Trevessa; h.
1852; m. 1883 Catherine, dau. of Joseph Harris,
of Victoria, Australia, and formerly of Liscard]
Cornwall. Sir John Quick, who was educated
at Melbourne Univ. (LL.B. 1877, LL.D. 1882), and
called to the Bar at Melbourne 1878, was M.L.A. of
Victoria 1880-9, a Member of the Australasian
Federal Convention 1897-8, a Member of the Federal
Parliament of Australia 1901-13, Postmaster-Gen. of
the Commonwealth of Australia 1909-10 and one of
the Representatives of the Commonwealth Parliament,
at the Coronation 19\\.— Edelweiss, Bendigo, Victoria;
Grand Hotel. Melbourne.
QUILLER-COUCH, Sir Arthur Thomas,
Knt., P.L.S.— Cr. 1910.
Eldest son of Thomas Quiller-Couch, Esq., of Bodmin,
Cornwall, who d. 1884, by Mary, who d. 1899, only
dau. of the late Elias Ford, Esq., of AbbotskerswelJ,
Devonshire; b. 1863; m. 1889 Louisa Amelia, 2nd
dau. of the late John Hicks, Esq., of Fowey, Cornwall.
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch, who was educated at Clifton
and at Trinitv Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1886, M.A. 1911,
Hon. D.Litt. "Bristol 1912, Hon. M.A. Cambridge
1913), and was Lecturer in Classics at Trinity Coll.,
Oxford, 1886-7, is a Magistrate for Cornwall, temp.
Capt. 10th (Service) Batt. Duke of Cornwall's L.I., a
Member of the Academic Committee of the R.
Society, and a well-known Author ; appointed King
Edward VII. Professor of English Literature in
Cambridge Univ. and elected a Professorial Fellow
of Jesus Coll. 1912. — The Haven, Fowey, Cornwall; R.
Fowey Yacht Club, Fowey.
QUILTER, Sir (Willum Elet) Cuthbert,
Bart., of Bawdsey Manor, Suffolk. — Cr.
Eldest son of Sir (William) Cuthbert Quilter, 1st
Bart., M.P., by Mary Ann, dau. of the late John
Wheeley Bevington, Esq., of Brunswick Terrace,
Brighton; 6. 1873; s. 1911; m. 1899 the' Hon.
Gwynedd Douglas-Pennant, 7th dau. of George Sholto
Gordon, 2nd Lord Penrhyn. Sir Cuthbert Quilter, who
was educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge (B.A. 1896), is a Magistrate for Suffolk,
Capt. T.F. Reserve, previously Capt. and temp. Major
Suffolk Yeo., and Patron of 1 living; sat as M.P. for
the S. Div. of Suffolk Jan. 1910-1918; appointed a
COUNTT FAMILIES OF
Railway Transport Officer 1915.— Residence : Methers-
gate Hall, Woodhridge, Suffolk ; Carlton, and Boodle's
Clubs, s.w. ; 12, Hertford Street, Mag/air. w. !
Sfir, his son JohD Raymond Outhbert, 6. 1902. 1
QUIN, Sir Stephen Byrne, Knt.— Cr. 1918.
Youngest son of John Quin, Esq., D.L., of Limerick,
who d. 1883, by Anna Maria, who d. 1896, dau. of the
late James O'Byrne, Esq., of Carlow ; h. 1860; m.
1886Erama Mary, 2nd dau. of the late Michael Theobald
Crean, Esq., Barrister-at-Law and au Irish Land Com-
missioner, of Dublin. Sir Stephen Quin, who was edu-
cated at Ushaw Coll., Durham, is a J.P. and D.L. for
Limerick (High Sheriff 1897 and 1898, and Mayor 1916
and 1917) and was a Member of the Irish Convention
lO\7-lS.—Ballinacourtg. Castleconnell, co. Limerick;
Hibernian United Service Club, Dublin.
QUIN, William, Esq., of Carapsie House, co.
Only son of the late .John Quin, Esq., of Campsie
House; b. 1850. Is Capt. and Hon. Major late Lon-
donderry Artillery, S. Div. R.A. — Campsie House,
Campsie, co. Londonderry.
QUIN. See Dunraven and Mount-Earl.
QUINN, Sir Patrick, Knt.,M.V.O.— Cr. 1919.
Third son of Timothy Quinn, Esq., of co. Mayo, who
d. 1860, by Bridget, who d. 1908, dau. of the late
Patrick Nalty, Esq., of co. Mayo ; b. 1855. Sir Patrick
Quinn is an Officer of the Legion of Honour, a
Chevalier of the Orders of the Dannebrog of Denmark,
Vasa of Sweden, St. Olaf of Norway, St. Stanislas of
Russia, the Crown of Italy, the Redeemer of Greece
and Villa Vigosa of Portugal, and Officierde I' Instruc-
tion publique, France; has the Spanish Order of Mil.
Merit, 1st Class; was Superintendent, Special Branch,
Criminal Investigation Department, New Scotland
Yard, 1^^-18.— Mo7itserrat Road, Putney, s.w.
QUINNELL, John Bdsteed, Esq., of Eden-
i burn, CO. Kerry.
Eldest son of JohnHilliard Quinnell, Esq., of Spa Lodge,
CO. Kerry, who d. 1012, by Annie Lydia, wlio d. 1887,
2nU dau. of the late William Parker, Esq., of Hull,
Yorkshire; b. 1863; m. 1890 Emma Leonora, eldest
dau. of the late Charles Farley, Esq., of Dublin, and
has, with other issue, a son, 'John Charles, Lieut. R.A.
and temp. Major R.A.F. ; educated at the R. School,
Dungannon; b. 1891. Mr. Quinnell was educated at
Tralee. — Edenbum, Gortatlea, Tralee, co. Kerry.
HABAN, Brigadier-Gen. Sir Edward, K.C.B., ,
K.B.E.— Cr. K.C.B. 1906, K.B.E. 1919. |
Fifth son of Major-Gen. Herbert Raban, I.S.C., who
d. 1887, by Lydia King, who d. 1862, eldest dau.
of the late John Baker, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. ; b. 1850 ;
m. 1873 Edith, elder dau. of the late Col. Harvey
Wellesley Pole Welman, 1st Foot. Sir Edward Raban,
who was" educated at Sherborne, is an Hon. Brigadier.
Gen. ret., late Col. R.E., and was Instructor at the
R.Mil. Coll., Canada, 1882-3, Professor there 1883-6,
Director of Works at the Admiralty 1S95-1912. and
temp. Deputy Director of Fortifications and Works
im-l8.— United Service Club, s.w.; 35, Elm Park
RADCLIPPE, Sir Joseph Edward, Bart., of
Rudding Park, Yorkshire.— Cr. 1813.
Eldest son of Sir Joseph Percival Pickford Radcliffe,
3rd Bart., by Katharine Mary Elizabeth, who d. 1906,
only dau. of Sir Edward Doughty, 9th Bart., of Tich-
borne Park, Hampshire; b. 1858; s. 1908; m. 1881
Mary Katharine, 2nd dau. of the late John Reginald
Francis George Talbot, Esq., of Rhode Hill, Devon-
shire. Sir Joseph Radcliffe was formerly Capt. 3rd
Batt. Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt.—
Budding Park, Knaresborough, Yorkshire.
Heir, his son Everard Joseph Reginald Henry, a Magistrate
for the N. Riding of Yorkshire and Capt. ret., late
Yorkshire Hussars Yeo. ; formerly Lieut. 5th Batt. Alex-
andra, Princess of Wales's Orti Yorkshire Regt. ; educated
at Downside and at Ch. Oh., Oxford (B.A. 1